FFERED V 1 1 H PRESIDENT AND OTHER
liS RESIGNATION PROPHECIES
(Special by Associated Press to Star)
WASHINGTON. D. C 5:15 p. m.,
June 8. Secretary Wm. J. liryan
this afternoon submitted his resigna resignation
tion resignation to President Wilson. The resig resignation
nation resignation was accepted. The secretary
tendered his resignation to the pres president
ident president as the result of differences of
opinion over the United States note
about to be sent to Germany.
REASONS FOR BRYAN'S RESIG RESIGNATION
NATION RESIGNATION Washington, June 9. William Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Bryan today-returned to private
life, after two years and three months
as secretary of state. He resigned
yesterday because he couldn't join in"
approval of the note to Germany, or
reconcile its principles -to the preven prevention
tion prevention of war, which he claims is near nearest
est nearest his heart.
Mr. Bryan'? resignation has de developed
veloped developed an unusual situation in do domestic
mestic domestic politics and made a grave turn
in the United States' foreign policies.
The main features are the effect Mr.
Bryan's resignation will have on the
relations between the United States
and Germany. There had been inti intimations
mations intimations from official sources in Ber Berlin
lin Berlin that the United States note could
not be taken seriously, as it was
known Mr. Bryan was committed
against drastic measures. It is be believed
lieved believed his withdrawal from the cab cabinet
inet cabinet will produce a profound 'impres 'impression
sion 'impression in Germany at this critical stage.
The American note is expected to
go forward today. All the cabinet
officers but Bryan approved of it.
Mr. Bryan states he will continue
in support of President -Wilson pol-.
liticalljr. He remains in Washington
a few days, and will then take a vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. LANSING SUCCEEDS BRYAN
Robert Lansing, counsellor for the
state department, became secretary
of state ad interim today, and may
hold the office until the close of the
FOREIGNERS TAKE NOTICE
Foreign diplomats interpret the
withdrawal of Mr. Bryan as signifi significant
cant significant of a more forceful course by the
United States, and many of them
have cabled their government in
cipher the change and is significance.
IT MAY BE NEEDED
IN THE ATLANTIC
Washington, D. C, June 9. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Daniels announces that the pro proposed
posed proposed cruise of the Atlantic fleet to
San Francisco, through the Panama
canal has been abandoned.
HE WAS RATTLED
Yesterday afternoon, a young man
named Tindale, saying he was from
Kendrick, applied to the county judge
for a marriage license, and. obtained
it. Later, he returned, saying he had
given the name of the wrong young
lady. He obtained a license in the
name of himself and Miss Lucile
Vidal, said." to be from Gainesville,
and then not knowing that Judge
Smith was an adept at marrying, he
chased himself all around town look looking
ing looking for a preacher. All were out of
town, and the young couple started
northward. At 8 o'clock a phone mes message
sage message from Reddick said they passed
thru there and were still going.
. Thirty-Six for 23 Cents
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supplied in well-corked glass bottles,
containing 3 sugar-coated white
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THE STAR IS
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SECOND NOTE TO GERMANY
THAT THE UNITED STATES
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PROMPT WORK DONE ON IT BY
LAKE COUNTY PEOPLE
Messrs. R. R. Carroll, R. S. Rogers
and J. E. Close returned yesterday
afternoon from Eustis, going down in
a Maxwell "25." The road building
crew of Lake county is grading the
road between- Leesburg and Tavares
and in spots the fills made of new
white sand are almost impassable.
The stretches of bad road are short
and it is possible the contractors may
have them fixed temporarily so the
cars can pass over, them tomorrow on
their way to Orlando. Unless this is
done cars will do well to detour via
Eustis, turning off about four miles
beyond Leesburg at the far end of
the long stretch of picket fence paint painted
ed painted "red, white and green," taking the
left-hand instead of the right hand
fork of the road.
On information supplied by the
Star, Secretary Rooney of the Board
of Trade called up the Leesburg
Board of Trade this morning early
and asked them to have the contrac contractors
tors contractors get busy and fix the bad places
in the road, where the new fills have
been made, so that cars for Orlando
could pass over with comparative comparative-ease,
ease, comparative-ease, and to let us know results.
The Board of Trade, of Leesburg,
called Mr. Rooney a short time4ater
and said that the contractors and the
Leesburg people had anticipated this
matter, knew that many cars would
be passing that way, and the fills had
been put in good shape last night. So
it will now be all right for the Ocala
cars to go direct from Leesburg to
Tavares, on their way down.
RECITAL BY OCALA.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Miss Mary Connor's pupils will give
their recital at the Temple tomorrow
afternoon and evening. These annual
recitals of Miss Connor's school have
become quite an institution, and are
looked forward to with pleasant an anticipation.
ticipation. anticipation. The afternoon perform performance,
ance, performance, beginning at 4 o'clock, in free,
but at the evening' performance, be beginning
ginning beginning at 8, the small admission of
25 and 15 cents will be charged to de defray
fray defray expenses. See program on sec second
ond second page.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OP METROPOLITAN BAND
A business meeting of the above
organization is called in the room
over the Commercial Bank on Friday
night, June 11th, for election of offi officers,
cers, officers, secretary's report and for a dis discussion
cussion discussion as to the best plan to keep
the organization going. This invita invitation
tion invitation is extended to all bandmen, mus musicians
icians musicians and the business men of the
city who have the welfare of the
band at heart, and it is hoped that
everyone interested will attend this
meeting which is called' at 8:15 p. m.
A. E. Gerig, Director.
B. F. Borden, Secretary.
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small close of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you will enjoy a full, free, easy
bowel movement in the morning. No
griping, for Po-Do-Lax is Podophylin
(May Apple) without the gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the cause of consti constipation
pation constipation by arousing the liver, increas increasing
ing increasing the flow of bile. Bile is nature's
antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of bile, digestion in bowels is
perfect. No gasr no fermentation, no
constipation. Don't be sick, nervous,
irritable. Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax
from your -druggist now and cure
your constipation overnight. Ad. 1
THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
WILL ENTER OH A VIGOROUS
List of Those Booked to Attend the
Good Roads Meeting
Here is the final line up. Meet at
board of Trade rooms, Magnolia St.,
to begin leaving at 4 a. m., Thurs Thursday
day Thursday 10th, giving ample time to reach
Orlando for the meeting at 10 a. m.
Everyone whao has a car please fill
up your car from list of those who
have notified me they would go. Iet
everyone come to Board of Trade
rooms, and all cars assemble, or come
by there, to check out.
Cars Going or Hoping to Get Away
L. Bf Mershon, county commission commissioners.
ers. commissioners. L. H. Chazal, leave from East Lake,
take car full.
H. C. Jones.
Dr. Walter Hood.
J. J. Gerig, car full.
D. S. Welch.
John Moore, full car.
Dr. A. T. Izlar.
Dr. E. Van Hood, full car..
J. E. Johnson, full car.
- B. F. Condon.
List of Those to Be Taken Up by
Those Having Cars
Geo. L. Taylor.
W. W. Wood.
C. L. Anderson.
A. L. Cobb.
A. E. Gerig.
W. C. Blanchard.
B. H. Sanders.
A. E. Burnett.
R. S. Rogers.
D. E. Busier.
The following are going in cars as
Chas. P. Chazal with Chazal.
R. L. Martin with Chazal.
W. R. Pedrick with Moore.
R. E. O'Farrell with Jones.
H. J. Ashley with Moore.
D. S. Woodrow with Chazal.
Please phone S81 we can complete
list. Won't you telephone, if you are
going in a car, and arrange to pick
up these who will go if cars and
space are provided?
St. Petersburg representatives,
spent last night at the Ocala House,
three cars of them, taking in Silver
Springs and left today for Orlando.
The party was composed of the pres president
ident president and secretary of the board of
trade, two newspaper men. Pinellas
county commissioners and other good
boosters. Hurrah for Marion and
Ocala! Do your duty.
J. D. Rooney.
W. C. T. U. Silver Tea
From 4 to C o'clock this afternoon
the W. C. T. U. held a mother's meet meeting
ing meeting and silver tea at the home of Mrs.
R. A. Burford. The affair was well
attended and enjoyed by all present.
A delightful program of music ar arranged
ranged arranged by Mrs. T. E. Bridges, presi president,
dent, president, contributed greatly to the suc success
cess success of the afternoon. Among those
asked to take part were Mises Mabel
Aiken, Marie Burnett, Ruth Rentz,
Isabel Davis, Marguerite Porter,
Mary Lee Hill and others. Punch was
served in the hall, Misses Mary Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford and Hallie Ley presiding at the
bowl, and ice tea and sandwiches
were passed in the dining room by
Miss Porter and Miss Agnes Burford.
Assisting in entertaining besides Mrs.
Burford and Mrs. Bridges, were Mrs.
Van Hood and Mrs. Walter Hood and
several other members of the union.
GOAL A. PLOltlDA WEDNESDAY,
OF THE TWO ITIOIIS WILL SOOII FULLY
TO? OUT THEIR METTLE
London, June 9. From Caporetta
to the head of the Gulf of Trieste the
forces of Italy are consolidating in
positions along the Isonzo river. In a
week, perhaps sooner, the first ser serious
ious serious battle along this front should be
fought.' Clashes up to the present
have been of a preliminary nature.
ITALIAN CITY BOMBARDED
FROM THE AIR
Rome, June 9. The Italian war of office
fice office statement this morning says an
Austrian aeroplane dropped a number
of bombs on Venice today. Several
private houses were slightly damag damaged
ed damaged and women and girls injured. Sev Several
eral Several bombs were dropped further in
land, and one person killed and sev several
eral several injured. The Venice dispatch
says no historic buildings suffered.
The property damage was slight.
RUSSIANS FIGHT A LOSING BAT-.
In the eastern area the Russians
are fighting desperately to stem the
Austro-German advance in the direc direction
tion direction of Lemberg. The general feeling
is that unless the Russians succeed in
developing a counter (offensive on a
large scale, the entire Galician situa situation
tion situation will remain unfavorable to the
FRENCH STEADILY GAIN
In the western theater, slow but
steady French gains predominate the
TURKS SUNK A TRANSPORT
Constantinople, June 9. The Turk Turkish
ish Turkish official statement today says ar artillery
tillery artillery fighting continued Tuesday on
the Dardanelles front. Turkish shells
sank one British transport and drove
ON THE WAY TO ORLANDO
Pinellas County People Bound for the
Good Roads Meeting
A distinguished party of Pinellas
county people were at the Ocala
House last night, coming thru here
on the way to the good roads' meeting
The party consisted of County Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners George Edwards, George
Stahl and Dr. Byrd McMillan and J.
S. Davis, attorney for the county
commissioners; Mr. Paul R. oBard oBard-man,
man, oBard-man, W. L. Straub, editor of the St.
Petersburg Times, with his daughter,
M iss Blanch Straub, C. C. Carr, man manager
ager manager of the Times, Mrs. Carr, A. Nor Norwood,
wood, Norwood, president ol the board of
trade, L A. Whitney, secretary of the
board of trade, Lew B. Brown, editor
of the Independent and A. W. Fisher
and W. S. Downey.
They went on to Orlando this morn morning.
ing. morning. INSTALLED A HOME
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT
Mr. H. W. Tucker has jusl finished
installing an electric lighting plant
for Mr. John M. Smoak at Fairfield,
to light his handsome residence and
store, which is located close by.
Mr. Tucker is representing the
General Electric Company and is pre prepared
pared prepared to install these isolated electric
lighting plants for homes, stores, pub-!
lie halls, etc.. in the country districts
for small towns where there is no pub
lic service plant. These plants can
be installed very cheaply and will
supply abundant electricity without
any trouble and with only a nominal
expense after installation.
Mr. Tucker expects to cover the
country, introduce and install these
plants, which he says is one of the
greatest conveniences of modern
times for the people of the rural dis districts.
tricts. districts. Lodge memorial day for the Wood-
Jmen, Knights of Pythias and Odd
Fellows will be celebrated by them
on Sunday afternoon at the Temple
theater. All the members are re requested
quested requested to be on hand at 3 o'clock at
the K. of P. hall, from which place
they will march to the theater in a
Our. fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. t
JUNE (J. 1915
FRANK WILL PROBABLY HANG
FOR MURDER OF MARY
P II AG AN
( Associated Press)
Atlanta, June 9. By a vote of two
to one, the Georgia prison commission
today declined to recommend com commutation
mutation commutation to life imprisonment of the
death sentence pronounced on Leo M.
Frank for the murder of Mary Pha Pha-gan.
gan. Pha-gan. The commission presented its
report to Governor Slaton, who is at
liberty to either reject or approve its
iecommendations. Commissioners E.
L. E,ainey and R. P. Davidson voted
again a recommendation for clemency.
Commissioner T. E. Patterson voted
in favor of commutation.
The majority report pointed out
that all court decisions were against
Frank; that no new evidence had been
shown; that the commissioners felt
"constrained to not interfere with the
enforcement of the orderly judgment
of the courts."
Commissioner Patterron, dissenting,
said a consideration of the evidence
left his mind open as to whether
there wa? room to doubt the story
told by James Conley, negro, the one
' FEED THEM ALL
BILLION BUSHEL CROP THIS
YEAR INSURES PLENTY OF
Washington, June 9. A billion
bushel wheat crop, the greatest
grown in the world's history, is in in-dcated
dcated in-dcated for the coming harbest in the
forecast by the federal crop report reporting
ing reporting board on the growing of winter
and spring wheat crops.
HOME PLACE HOTEL,
ORANGE SPRINGS. FLA
The place to spend your vacation
for health, rest and pleasure. White
sulphur water and fine bath'ng. Miss
Jennie Carter, Orange Springs, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. wed-3t
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Short?. Hay and Molasses feeds. G5tf
A lG-year-old boy, Oscar Higgin Higgin-botham,
botham, Higgin-botham, who said he was from Arca Arcadia,
dia, Arcadia, has been in the city since Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. The boy said he left home to
find work and pretended to Le trying
to find something to do. He called at
the Star office Saturday afternoon and
has been seen on the streets ever
since. This afternoon, on aJvice
from Sheriff Di.-hong of Arcadia, the
lad was arrested by a deputy sheriff
who took him to jail in a car. At the
jail yard, before the deputy could get
out of the car, the ly leaped out and
ran. The deputy fired his pistol sev several
eral several times to make the loy stop, and
finally the loy fell to the ground and
laid there till picked up. He was not
injured, the deputy having no inten intention
tion intention of hurting him. He was locked
up to await word from the authori authorities
ties authorities or his father at Arcadia. It is
said this is the second time the boy
has run away from home.
Rexali Liver fr'alts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
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FULL TFXT WILL BF GIVEN THE PRESS
" FRIDAY MORIIIilG
EVIDENT FROM BRYAN'S REMARKS THAT IT WILL BE ANY-
THIHG BUT HUMBLE
Washington, June 9. Robert Lans Lansing,
ing, Lansing, counsellor for the state depart department,
ment, department, was today appointed secretary
of state ad interim, by President
Wilson to succeed William Jennings
Bryan." The change in the cabinet
took effect with the dispatch of the
rejoinder to Germany on the Lusi Lusi-tania
tania Lusi-tania incident, which states in unmis unmistakable
takable unmistakable terms the demands of the
United States. Differing not in the
object sought, the prevention of war,
but in the method of approaching the
problem, Bryan resigned rather than
sign hla name to the note. The decis decision
ion decision to send the note to Germany to today
day today was reached after a conference
between President Wilson and Mr.
Lansing. It will be given out for
publication in Friday morning's
Secretary Bryan this afternoon
made public the statement of his
resignation simultaneously with the
dispatch of the American note to Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. Mr. Bryan advocated in his
statement that difficulties between
Germany and the United States should
be investigated by an international
commission, that Americans should
be warned to keep off belligerent
ships, or those carrying ammunition
through the canal zone.
BRYAN SAID GOOD-BYE
Mr. Bryan called at the White
this afternoon and bid the president
good-bye. The meeting was cordial.
CHURCH SOCIAL IN"
The North Ocala Union Sunday
school will hold a social on Friday
night, June'll, beside the church. Ice
cream 5 cents a plate, cake 5 rents a
slice, and chicken purlo at 25 cents a
dih will be on sale. The King's
Daughters will also have a table full
of useful articles for sale ranging in
price from 5 cents up. The church
will be open so the young people may
enjoy singing- together. Everybody
welcome. Come and help us clear our
church from debt. Member.
1. HICK ENS FOR SALE
Fat hens, 18 cents per pound gross
at the Marion Mercantile Co. 5-5t
POSTM AS 1 URS EXAMINATION
Saturday, June 12. 1915
The United States Civil Service
Commission announce that on the
date named above an examination will
be held at Ocala, Fla., as a result of
which it is expected to make certifi certification
cation certification to fill a contemplated vacancy
in the position of fourth-class post postmaster
master postmaster at Martin.
CASE AFTER CASL'
Plenty More Like This in Ocala
Scores of Ocala people can tell yon
about Doan's Kidney Pills. Many a
happy citizen makes a public state-;
ment of his experience. Here is a
case of it. What better proof of
merit can be had than such endorse endorsement?
ment? endorsement? L. B. McKcnzie, assistant superin superintendent
tendent superintendent electric light plant, G07 Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla St., Ocala, says: "I have used
Doans Kidney Pills off anl on for;
the past -three years and they have
never fallei to relieve me when my
kiJneys have been drsorderd, bring bringing
ing bringing on attacks of backache. I hare
frequently told ray friends about
Doan's Kidney Pills."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McKenzie had. Foster-Milburn
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BOARD OF TRADE
MANY IMPORTANT MATTERS "TO
BE ATTENDED -TO AT TO TONIGHTS
NIGHTS TONIGHTS MEETING
The first meeting for June of the
Board of Trade will Le held this even evening.
ing. evening. There will be two very
important matters to' look after. One
is the place Ocala fhall take on the
Central Florida section of the Dixie
Highway. The other is -making a
fight to hold the section of Marion
county that the Bloxham divisionists
are trying to take from us. By hard
work and good luck, we may retain
it. At any rate, it 13 to the interest
of every citizen of" Ocala to try.
HOW OCALA WILL LOOK
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS HENCE
(Continued from Yesterday)
Tho it was very early, before 5 a.
m., there were many people AitCne
dining room, and as thjcy-tlid not seem
to be trying to catch a train, I in inferred
ferred inferred it was their regular breakfast
hour, which was confirmed by the
waiter bringing me a rather substan substantial
tial substantial feed. After breakfast, I de descended
scended descended to the office, not being able
to restrain my anxiety about my two
nickels, for it seemed too good to be
true that they would really bring me
The same clerk was behind the
desk, in conversation with an alert
looking man, who, notwithstanding
the passage of years I had no diffic difficulty
ulty difficulty in identifying as Louis N. Long
Jr., tho he was only an 11-year-old
boy, sturdy, self-reliant, but always
courteous as well as smart, when I
saw him last. He managed the hotel
now, while Louis N. Sr., who came to
us in the days of depression of 1913 1913-15,
15, 1913-15, sat back in placid "content and
watch things run smoothly on the
foundation he laid twenty-five years
As I had had a shave and haircut
since he saw me, the clerk had to
look at me twice before he recognized
me. Then he introduced me to Louis
Jr., asked if I had everything I
wanted, and added that as soon as the
banks opened, at 8 o'clock, I should
have the money. Meantime he handed
out twenty dollars in small bills, at
the same time asking my name. Re Remembering
membering Remembering a handle fixed on me by a
friend years before, and which seem seemed
ed seemed very appropriate now, I told him
it was "Old Scooter," which he 'ac 'accepted
cepted 'accepted with the utmost politeness,
and told me one of the hotel autos
was at my disposal to take me around
the city, a courtesy which I found was
extended to every guest from abroad.
A bellboy led me thru a passage to
a garage in ths northeast corner of
the building, about where Spencer's
place used to be. In a minute I found
myself in a neat little runabout.
which was soon whisking thru the
streets ct a live!y rate.
I have already described the build build-ires
ires build-ires about the square, and I found
thig description cf edifices, tho not so
high, reaching from Adams street to
South Fifth, and from Osceola over to
Orange not a very great area, but
owing to the height of the buildings
able to cover twenty thousand bus business
iness business people who could attend to two
or three times as many customers.
That is to-say, tutt in this space
seventy or eighty thousand people
co'dd riove around at once without
being in each other's way. Locks like
(Continued on Second Page)
Splendid fcur-year-old mare, good
buggy, wagon and harness for sale at
a facrifice. Have r.o need for them.
J. IL Brinson, Ocala. C-l-eod 4t
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Late yesterday afternoon, the Star
received a dispatch saying that Will William
iam William J. Bryan, secretary of state, had
tendered his resignation to President
Wilson, and that his resignation had
been accepted. As the paper had al already
ready already been printed, the Star bulletin bulletined
ed bulletined the dispatch, and the news was
soon known all over the city.
A Star spoke to over a hundred
people, all of them democrats, re regarding
garding regarding Mr. Bryan's resignation, in
the course of the evening, and with
few exceptions they were glad of it.
However, among the few who regret regretted
ted regretted it were some whose opinions are
of weight, all the more that they
seem to think with their hearts rather
than their heads, and that "sort of
thinking is of the kind that no states statesman
man statesman can afford to disregard.
The reasons for Mr. Bryan's resig resignation
nation resignation are set forth in. a dispatch on
another page. They were, however,;
well understood beforehand, and his i
resignation has been expected since
Saturday night, when dispatches
Washington said he was oppos
ed to the general tenor of the Ameri American
can American reply to the German note.
Mr. Bryan has been a great disap disappointment
pointment disappointment to the American people as
secretary of state. His going on the
Chautauqua circuit last summer did
not fit with the ideas of the people as
to the dignity of his office, and before
he had been in the cabinet very long
it was reported on the best of au authority
thority authority that he was only an orna ornamental
mental ornamental figurehead in his position, the
real work being done by the assistant
secretary, Robert Lansing. Since be becoming
coming becoming a cabinet officer, Mr. Bryan's
principal work has been reconciling
differences between the administra administration
tion administration and democratic leaders, in which
he has been both faithful and efficient.
When it came to any serious question
of foreign affairs, Mr. Wilson's hand
began to be felt. Mr. Wilson and Mr.
Bryan seem to have been in exact accord-in
the Mexican policy until a few
days agoVand they also agreed on
European affairs until the Lusitania
incident, when affairs began to take
on an aspect that does not suit the
latter. He evidently takes the view,
which it is only reasonable to say is
held by a considerable number of Am American
erican American people, that the sinking of the
Lusitania, while an unjustifiable act,
does not give us reason for a break
Mr. Wilson's act in breaking with
Mr. Bryan (for that is what it will
really amount to), shows that he has
definitely made up his mind to push
matters to a certain point, to attain
which is necessary in his opinion to
the dignity and safety of the country.
If Germany will not also come to that
point in the spirit of amity, a policy
will be inaugurated that will almost
certainly lead to our becoming in involved
volved involved in war.
Its the Star's opinion that the de decision
cision decision for peace or war does not lie in
the hands of either Mr. Wilson or Mr.
Bryan. The sentiment of the country
, is overwhelmingly in favor of Amer America
ica America taking a strong hand against the
foreign insults that Europe, and Mex Mexico
ico Mexico have lavished on us without
stint. There is a feeling that our
ultra peacefulness has brought us
nothing but injury and may all the
more inevitably drive us into the
very evil we have tried so hard to
avoid. If Germany slights this feel feeling
ing feeling too much, war will certainly fol
In tendering his resignation, Mr.
Bryan wrote the following note to the
"It is with sincere regret I have
reached the conclusion that I should
return you the commission as secre secre-;ary
;ary secre-;ary of state with which you honored
me at the beginning of your adminis administration.
tration. administration. Obedient to your sense of
duty and actuated by the highest mo motives,
tives, motives, you have prepared for trans transmission
mission transmission to the German government a
note in which I cannot join without
violating what I deem an obligation
to my country, and the issue which it
involves is of such moment as to re remain
main remain a member of the cabinet would
be unfair to you, as it would be to the
cause which is nearest my heart,
namely, the prevention of war. I
therefore tender my resignation- to
take effect when the note is sent, un unless
less unless you prefer an earlier hour.
"Alike desirous of reaching a
peaceful solution of the problems aris arising
ing arising out of the use of submarines
against merchantmen, we .find our ourselves
selves ourselves differing irreconcilably as to
the methods which should be employ employed.
ed. employed. It falls to your lot to speak of officially
ficially officially for the nation, but I consider
it to be none the less my duty to en endeavor,
deavor, endeavor, as a private citizen, to pro promote
mote promote the end which you have in view,
by the means vhich you do not feel at
liberty to use.
"In severing the intimate and
pleasant relations which have existed
between us during the past two years,
permit me to acknowledge the pro profound
found profound satisfaction which it has given
me to be associated with you in the
important work which has come be before
fore before the state department, and to
thank you for the courtesies extended.
"With the heartiest good wishes for
your personal welfare and for the
success of your administration, I am
my dear Mr. President,
"Very truly yours,
"W. J. Bryan."
Mr. Wilson's Reply
Mr. Wilson accepted the resignation
with the following note:
"I accept your resignation, only be because
cause because you insist upon its acceptance,
and accept it with much more than
deep regret and with a feeling of
"Our two years of close association
has been delightful to me. Our judg judgment
ment judgment was in accord in practically ev every
ery every matter of official duty and proba probable
ble probable policy until now. Your support of
the work and purposes of administra administration
tion administration has been generous and loyal be beyond
yond beyond words, your devotion to the
duties of the great office and your en energies
ergies energies to take advantage of every
great opportunity for the service of offered;
fered; offered; has been an example to the rest
of us. You have earned our affec affectionate
tionate affectionate admiratidh and friendship, and
even now we are not separated in the
object we seek, but only in the method
by which we seek it.
"It is for" these reasons my feeling
about your retirement from the sec secretaryship
retaryship secretaryship goe deeper than regret. I
sincerely deplore it. Our object is the
same: we ought to pursue them to
gether. I yield to your desire only
because I must and wish to bid you
God speed in parting. We shall con
tinue to work lor the same causes
even when we do not work in the
HOW OCALA WILL LOOK
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS HENCE
(Continued from 1st Page)
a large order, but the Ocala House
had 4000 rooms, the Harrington 2000,
and 8000 people could.be in those two
buildings alone without crowding. Of
course there never were so many peo
pie in the business center at once, but
there was room for them.
There were no streetcar lines on
the square, nor within two blocks, but
from there on they ran in every di
rection, on double tracks, which no
foot passenger might walk on except
at the crossings. Tall traffic police policemen
men policemen handled the crowds with little
trouble at the more important places,
and as we passed the intersection of
Broadway and Magnolia I recognized
a familiar face yes, it was my tiny
friend Felts, Who liked me so wel
that whenever he met me he used to
slap me on the back with a force that
I sometimes, thought would break me
in two. Uoniound him : he never
knew how hard he could hit. He
hadn't changed much he is one of
the sort that never grow old.
' Racing out Exposition, across eight
railway tracks where there used to be
four, I found a solid line of stores
clear out to the fair grounds. These
had come east clear to the O. & S. W.
track, which from Martel in was a
section of the great M., St. L. & S.
transcontinental line, with a local
branch running south from Martel to
Floral City, and from there to Bay Bay-port.
port. Bay-port. The fair grounds were covered
with up-to-date race tracks, fine ex experiment
periment experiment gardens and concrete build buildings.
ings. buildings. Fausett's snug home and old
wooden" store had disappeared; in
their place stood a spacious mansion
amid well laid out grounds. The
modest store Fausett was building
when I saw him last was now the last
high building to the west a twenty
story department store. My chauffeur
said Fausett was live and well, doing
a big business, and president of the
North Florida Fair Association.
Nothing like plenty of hard work to
keep a man alive and happy.
We whirled around thru the south southwest
west southwest of town and soon arrived at the
Athletic Field, where Hunter Park
used to be. Here we found grounds
reaching from South Eighth street to
the top of the hill opposite the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, and from Orange street to Or Orange
ange Orange avenue, laid off for baseball,
football, polo, tennis, and several
other outdoor games, with immense
grandstands, and a big gymnasium in
one corner. In the center of the field
was a monument, and the car halted
by it. so I could see who it stood for.
It was Charlie Hunter, natural as
life, and looking so alive that I half
expected him to say, "Listen."
"What did he do to be perpetuated
in bronze?" I inquired.
"Moving spirit in breaking up pro professional
fessional professional baseball and putting am
ateur sport in its place," "Was the an answer.
swer. answer. "About sixteen years ago pro professional
fessional professional baseball had become so com commercialized
mercialized commercialized that winning a series was
pimply a matter of which club had
the most money. People had quit go going
ing going to see the games, and all the
sport connected with them was bet betting
ting betting in poolrooms, which had become
as bad as the betting on horseracing
some ten years before. Hunter led
the amateur movement here in Flor Florida
ida Florida with the Ocala team, which was
the strongest in the state. People
began going to amateur game3 in
crowds, and let the professional ex
hibits strictly alone, so professional
baseball, which had become a great
evil, died, but amateur games are
more in favor than ever."
"I suppose Hunter is dead?"
"Live as a cricket, and will be out
here to see the game with Citra this
"Of course, we went by the hospital,
and I was rejoiced to see the edifice
I knew as one of wood had evoluted
into one of marble. At the main en entrance
trance entrance stood another monument to one
of the surgeons who had done the
most good work up to 1925. You all
know him, but it would be a violation
of professional ethics to give his
name. Beside, my not doing so will
allow every member of the Marion
County Medical Association the right
to believe it was him. Its all right
to say, however, that there was. a
ovely portrait of Miss Marshall in
the main hall. She was Miss Mar Marshall
shall Marshall no longer she went to Europe
and nursed to health from the effects
of a fearful wound a great French
general, who fell in love with her, as
any sensible man would. She told
him she was wedded to her profession,
whereupon he carried her off in an
aeroplane to his chateau by the
Rhone, and told her she would have
to stay there till she consented. To
this whirlwind courtship she surren
dered: and now they lived happily
two-thirds of the year in Paris, but
came to Ocala every winter, and she
invariably helped the doctors in at
least one operation, to keep her in
mind of old times.
At every few blocks we came to a
roomy brick building with plenty of
halls thru and galleries around it,
each building the center of a turfed
and shaded playground. Thru the
wide and numerous windows could be
seen young folks at their studies, so
I needed not the' signs, th Precinct
Schoolhouse" to telFme what they
Business had driven the churches
from near the square, but they were
in full force in other parts. Grace
church had grown into a stately pile
of stone on its old site on Watula,
and the great Catholic cathedral had
arisen on Oklawaha, but all the other
churches had removed to other sites.
There were plenty of them, and all
had abolished their archaic bells.
All the streets were paved; all the
unsightly poles were gone the wire3
were underground. I soon noticed that
I missed two familiar things, but
couldn't think what they were. At last
I realized that they were bicycles and
About the time when the 1915 citi
zen would be coming to his store or
office to-wit, 8:30 a. m. after hav
ing been over most of the town, I tld
the chauffeur to return to the hotel
Reaching the square, I had him let
me out at the corner of Broadway and
Main, and seeing the Court Pharmacy
in its usual place although it was
bigger and finer and the mountain of
the Holder block towered hundreds of
feet above it I stepped in and ap ap-Droached
Droached ap-Droached the counter. An old man
whose skindeep expression of sol
emnity veiled a skinfull of humor,
came to meet me. It was, yes, it was
Sonny Geise, who I thought was
president of Chiliconcarne or some
other South American republic by this
time he and J. D. McDonald were
going to South America as soon as
they could charter the City of Ocala.
"What can I do for you, sir?" he said
I was tired and dropped heavily
into a chair. "Dope," I said.
Sonny stared at me. "Its many a
long year since I had that order,'.' he
said. "Do you mean coca -cola?"
"Alas, my dear sir, it is no longei
made. The W. C. T. U. found it was
sapping the vitality of the nation, and
the government prohibited its manu
facture over a dozen years ago. You
must be from Georgia. I understand
they moonshine considerable coca-cola
up that way."
(To be continued in our next)
RECITAL OF THE OCALA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
AT THE TEMPLE THEATER THURSDAY AFTERNOON AIID EVEII-
II1G, JUNE 10
AFTENOON PROGRAM, BEGINNING 4 O'CLOCK ADMISSION FREE
1. Piano Quartette
Reveil de Lion (A de Kontski)
Margaret Little Floyd Coleman
Millie Osteen Maud Mcintosh
2. Piano Solo
(a) Robin Waltz (Keathley) Gertrude Mayo
(b) Youth's Marching Song (Nurnberg) Chivalette Smith
(c) Betrothal March (Lindsay) Elliott Connor
(d) Dancing Bear (Wandell) Nettie Mathews
3. Violin (a) Tender Avowal (Engleman).. Lyndel Mathews
Piano (b) Hornpipe (Hartmann) Mildred Bullock
Violin (c) Spanische Tanze (Moszkowski) Mary Brooks
4. Piano Solo
(a) Rose Waltz Mamie Johnson
(b) A Lost Penny (Beethoven) Fairy Hester"
(c) 'Neath the Greenwood Tree (Wildermere) Maud Little
(d) Balancelle (Wachs) Gladys Brooks
5. Violin Solo-
Berceuse from Jocelyn (Godard) Margorie Burnett
6. Piano Solo
(a) Bagatelle (Beethoven) Adeline Malever
(b) Longing for Home (Jungman) Elizabeth Bennett
(c) Wood Nymphs (Martin) Nat Mayo
7. Violin Solo Solo-Hungarian
Hungarian Solo-Hungarian Dance (Brahms) Melville Little
8. Piano Solo
(a) Petit Rondo (Bohm).... Webster Gillen
(b) Spring Song (Mendelssohn) Mary Brooks
(c) Military March (Schubert) Virginia Neeley
9. Violin Solo
(a) Romance (Pieczanka) -r... Floyd Coleman
(b) Sextette from Lucia (Donizetti) Comyns Hester
10. Piano Solo
(a) Gigue Britonne (Bachmann) Sam Phillips
(b) Impromptu (Schubert) Gertie Brigance
11. Violin Solo
Caprice (Ten Have) Cevie Roberts
12. Piano Solo
(a) Fifth Nocturn (Leyback). Miriam Connor
(b) Sleigh Ride (Tschaikowski) Meme Davis
13. Violin and Piano Ensemble
Rondo Finale Op. 12 (Carl Bohm)
First Violins: Second Violins:
E. C. Smith, Jr. Miriam Connor
Marjorie Burnett Floyd Coleman
Earl Hester Melville Little
Ruby Fausett Lyndel Mathews
Cevie Roberts Comyns Hester
Nat Mayo Henry Connor
Margaret Little Leader:
Millie Osteen Mary C. Connor
All accompaniments played by Mary C. Connor.
1 1 ( Ui lbiyf lf)f7
The way to settle the trouble in
Mexico is for all the revolutionists to
hire stenographers, and they can be
come dictators. Clearwater Sun.
American business men say their
stenographers sometimes tdictate to
It is beginning to percolate thru
the understanding of the public that
the Athens liar is in the same class,
and perhaps a little more classy, with
the Shanghai liar of 1904 and the
Cape St. Nicholas liar of 1898.
Germany brings to light a treaty
between Germany, Austria and Rou Rou-mania,
mania, Rou-mania, binding each not to aid in any
attack on one of the others until
1920. There was also a treaty bind binding
ing binding Prussia to respect the neutrality
Truth crushed to earth will rise
again, but she is often too late in ris rising
ing rising to do thevictims of falsehood any
Just think how dreadful distressing
this hot weather must be to lapdogs.
Don't Try to Substitute. No Man Ever
Built a Business on "Just as Good."
Give Your Trade Just What They Want
When They Want It.
PROGRAM FOR. SEVENTH ANNUAL CONCERT, BEGINNING AT 8
P. M.(GROUPS IN COSTUME) ADMISSION 15 AND 23 -CENTS
1. Orchestra, Songs of Uncle
E. C. Smith, Jr.
Dr. F. E-McClane
Mr. Frank Mathews
Mr. A. E. Gerig
Mr. B. F. Borden
Mr. Fred Weihe
. Mr. G. A. Nash
2. Piano Solo Solo-Dancing
Dancing Solo-Dancing Waves (Pieczonka)
3. Violin and Piano "Indian" arr. Thurlow-Lieurance
(a) The Weaver
(b) Love Song
Henry Connor and Webster Gdlen
4. Piano Solo . A
Nocturn Op. 37 No. 1 (Chopin) Cevje Roberts
5. Double Piano Duett
Jingle Bells (Feans)
Chivale'tte Smith Gertrude Mayo
Nettie Mathews Fairy Hester
6. Melody in F Rubenstien-Tobini) Earl Hester
7. Double Piano Trio
Fanfare Militaire (Archer)
Mamie Johnson Adeline Malever
Mary Brooks Virginia Neely
Gladys Brooks Elizabeth Bennett
8. Violin Solo
Deuxienie Mazurka (Godard) Manam Connor
9. Piano Solo and Accompaniment
Valse Caprice (Rubinstien) Millie Osteen
INTERMISSION, THRE EM I NUT ES
10. Violin and Piano Ensemble m
"Hearts and Flowers" (Tobini)
First Violin: Second Violin:
E. C. Smith Miriam Connor
Margorie Burnett Floyd Coleman
Ruby Fausett Melville Little
Cevie Roberts Lyndel Mathews
Nat Mayo Comyns Hester
Mary Brooks Henry Connor
Margaret Little Leader:
Millie Osteen Mary Connor
11. Piano Quartette
Militare Galopp (Lichner)
Sam Phillips Maud Little
Nat Mayo Elliott Connor
12. Piano Solo
Valse Styrienne (Wollenhaupt) : Floyd Coleman
13. Piano Quartette
Cevie Roberts Miriam Connor
Gertie Brigance Meme Davis
14. Violin Solo
Spring Awakening (Bach) Nat Mayo
15. Piano Quartette
Tannhouser Overture (Wagner)
Marie Burnett Ruth Rentz
Maud Mcintosh Mary Connor
10. Violin Sola; with Orchestra Orchestra-Concerto
Concerto Orchestra-Concerto Op. 10. E Maj (Viextemps)
E. C. Smith, Jr., accomp. Temple Orchestra
17. Delivering of Diploma
E. C. Smith, Jr., Graduate. L.S'
"If you have anvtlxinA the matter
witu your qye, ear, nose or vtivotz?
attend to if" Smlt 3tuA, Hxezz
Attend quickly to the least ailment of your eye,
ear, nose or throat. "A neglected eye causes head headache
ache headache and nervousness; a neglected ear may cause
permanent deafness; a neglected nose will result in
catarrh; a neglected throat may cause chronic bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis or worse evils. When you treat such tender
organisms, come to us for your remedies and know
that they are absolutely pure and of proper strength.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
1E A. IBOHsBICD
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ROUND TRIP RATE FROM OCALA
.TICKETS ON SALE FOR ALL REGULAR TRAINS JUNE .14.
GOOD RETURNING ON ALL TRAINS UP TO AND INCLUDING
NO. 1, LEAVING JACKSONVILLE JUNE 17th. 1915.. FOR FUR FURTHER
THER FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL ON OR WRITE
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets Sold Daily Stop Overs
Final Limit October 31st. Variable. Routes.
M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND.
Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla. D, P. A., Tampa, 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 LI3IIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1Foot of Liberty Street.
l" fr"! jjJgg"'- ,,111, NT' I
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made oa all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Ctb r
Contractor in the city.
OCALA feVENTNG STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1915
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
HT1RY nnr Frpsh Mpat it wi
please you. Fresh Veg
etables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.
(If you have any items for this department call 'phone 106)
Thought for the Day
We must never undervalue
person every person is
work of God. DeSales.
j Mr. Richey is a traveling man, and
with his charming family will be cor-
dially welcomed to the city. Quite a
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
RATES'-' 75c to S1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
---'Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
FJjI-XTIHC ELEVATOR SEIIVICFj PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
- The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
No matter how you like your
roast cooked, you will surely be
satisfied with it if bought here.
Our roasts are fine. We cut
your size carefully.
You know very well that in
buying meat you trust a lot to
the experience and honesty of
the butcher. That's why we
can safely urge you to come
here and let us serve you.
H. MARSH'S MARKET
lext to 0. (. Grocery Ocala, Fla
Piano Recital Given by Miss Wart Wart-mann's
mann's Wart-mann's Pupils
The piano recital given last evening
by the pupils of Miss Byrd Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann at her studio was listened to
with great pleasure by the relatives
and friends of the younp: folks taking
A program, representative- of the
very best in piano music for both jun junior
ior junior and senior pupilsv was rendered,
and all taking part did so with much
credit to themselves and their able
instructor. Miss Wartmann's recitals
are always among the most interest
ing events of the kind gi.-en each
year and the one last evening was no : J
exception to the rule. J
The program opened with "The j
Royal Hunt" (Holzen) played by I J
Elizabeth Home. Elizabeth Wether-
bee followed, playing Beethoven's:
"Polonaise Favori"; then Olive Wha-jJ
ley with Massenet's "L'Arragonaise," J
and Ruby Edwards with Sartorio's j
"Gavotte." The four numbers were
played in a most pleasing manner. j J
Phil Em Bach's difficult "Solfeg-jj
gietto" was handled with skill by;
Willie May Lang, who enjoys the dis- j J
tinction of being Ocala's youngest j
composer of music. Miss Lang played I w
with assurance and splendid tech-!
nique. "Souvenir de Pologne" (Pil-jj
czonka) by Carita Camp and "Rondo
in C" (Beethoven) by Annie Rooneyj.
were two attractive selections with j
which the young musicians pleased
their audience greatly by their splen-l
did and artistic renditions. j
The initial number of part two was
Bohm's "La Gitana," prettily given )
by Miss Ethel Home. Another inter-;
esting selection was "La Moraime" j
by Miss Virginia Beckham. Miss ;
Nettie Camp excellently rendered Pil- j
czonka's "Tarantelle." Miss Marguer-1
ite Edwards deserves praise for herj
exquisite numbers, "A Shepherd's (
Tale" and "Shepherd'e All and Maid- j
ens Fair" from Nevin. The execution
interpretation of "Salon Etude," j
played by Miss Lillian Clarkson with
the left" hand alone, formed the sub- j
ject of much favorable comment. j
Among the exquisite closing num- j
bers were "The Harp" (Jensen) and i
"Caprice Espagnol" (Maskowski) j
ably rendered by Misses Katie Mae
Eagleton and Avalee Edwards.
Misses Annie MacKay and Fanny j
Carlisle, pupils of Miss Wartmann,
were unable to be present on account i
of illness. ;
The efficiency of Miss Wartmann's j
method of teaching is attested by the!
composure of each performer in ren- j
dering her piece, indicating thorough i
familiarity of work being done. The i
program was rendered with accuracy
and with remarkable quickness.
number of Ocala people have moved:
to Lakeland good people drawn to aj
good town, and the latch string hangs
.t j r 1
on me outbiae lor any um. ui me Womau wIUl hish areh,-d brows, reci reci-same
same reci-same kind who may wish to come and nizi through a wabbly jointed tele tele-take
take tele-take up their residence in live, lovely scope the leaders la a i.rocvI. n .f
(Continued from Last Week)
The Spirit of the Marsh.
STEAM yawl, with Mack smoke
louring from her Hovej l; e.
suddenly stopped Its chun.Ii:;;
half way across New York I ay
as the principal passenger, u long i.us. d
Lakeland. Lakeland Telegram.
Miss Mamie Gross, who has been
teaching in Laredo, Texas, for the
past winter, ha3 concluded her school
duties and is now the guest of her
sister in Fort Worth. Miss Gross is
expected home next week.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
5 Oc pqund
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 Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Cocoa
coa Cocoa nuts, Butter Toffee and
Fresh shipment just receiv received.
ed. received. Troxler's
flve speedy UiwtorUats which swtpt I
rapidly toward her.
"Turn around quick.' the woman or
tl&red as the first motorboat bore d;vn.
and she dashed a cinder fryui her
beady eye. "Here comes the runaway
'I'm turning her now, ma'am." re
ported a short, thick Individual whose
round face was one consecutive
smudge. "Don't you hear our engines
"There she goes!" screeched IlonorSa
Blye as the long, narrow steel gray
boat flashed past, bearing, leslles Its
driver, a beautiful young girl In a
yachting costume, protected as much
as possible from the flying ppray in the
arm of a tall man with a soft felt h it
and a loosely knotted cravat.
Why, she Lsu't with my husband!"
cried nonoria lilye.
"Ko'm," confessed Bill Wolf, putting
a rresn smudge on hLs round fare as
tlje cinder laden smoke rolled down;
"not now." Ills perplexity cleared.
He spied the second boat. "There he
"Gilbert! screamed the woman n
the second boat shft by, driven by n
heavy man with a rouud head and
thick lidded eyes and carrying :is Its
passenger a dark, handsome man with
a black Vandyke, whose whole atten
tion was fixed on the beautiful girl iu
the forward boat. "Giily!" The dark.
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
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
4f. '-.:"--. ..
4 REELS EXCELLENT
ADMISSION: From 3:10 to 10:30. 5 and 10 Cents.
This is our
Manufactured for the prescng of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being Y
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding.
can rtot wear cr tear. Call and se
do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
402-404 South Main SL
Nd Warner Gritted His Teeth
Clinched His Fists.
handsome man paid no attention. "You
viper!" she shrieked; then 'she whirled
to Bill Wolf. "Why don't you turn this
around and chase them?"
"We're turning, ma'am." reirted
Bill Wolf, looking anxiously in at the
engineer. ."Don't you hear the engine
The third boat shot past, driven by
a white mustached man in evening
"That's the creature who corrupted
my husband!" shrieked Honoria. "He
was with Gilbert the night he took his
trunk awayl You beast!" she scream
ed, and then she caught sight of the
occupants in the fourth lioat, a little
chauffeur with blazing eyes and the
tO VOUr WantS for harvesting tiniest of mustaches and a stiff woman.
Miss Jean Teague of Lady Lake is your Crops at reasonable .-rhe maia or the runaway bride!"
Misses Edith and Bessie Hine ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from Bradentown for
a visit with their uncle, Mr. "J. W.
Akin and family.
We are prepared to attend
v HT MP nHT-SAVF W-
WATCH FAT? MY ANNOUNCEMENT
jys to Youy S
a visitor to Ocala until Monday, at
which time she will go to Gainesville
to take an eight weeks' summer
course at the University of Florida.
The monthly meeting of Dickison
Chapter, U. D. C, will be held Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W.
-Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and two sons
are in Jacksonville the guests of Mrs.
Caldwell's mother, Mrs. D. E. Mc Mc-Intire,
Intire, Mc-Intire, leaving for there today. They
will be away a -month.
Miss Agnes Burford leaves tomor
row for Fort DeSoto to visit Miss
Nellie Nelson for a week.
Mr. B. A. Weathers is spending a
few days in Jacksonville the guest of
his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Ford.
A happy event in juvenile society
in Tampa this week was a party giv given
en given Monday. by Mrs. Claude Park in
honor of the sixth birthday anniver
sary of her daughter, Jessie Lee.
Among the guests were little Misses
Marie McKean and Alice Miller, who
are frequent visitors at the home in
this city of their grandparents, Judge
and Mrs. Wr. S. Bullock.,
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Trantham are
guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Bullock, arriving last night
from Tallahassee. Mr. Trantham will
remain in the city only a few days,
explained the Justly famous detective.
Bill Wolf. "Do you notice that we're
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the on!y thing
yet to do is to see if the title Is- good. Marion county has M-mt 160
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanovus 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 kxows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN. HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
florid title and abstract corporation
"ENTERPRISE" Canning Onllit. "H"s ma-amr
TUDrrcr7rc I eu turner, uie ueerieu Krwiu.
itlKtC. 0.O I tt T.i .. 1. 4t r. 1.
CARLOAD No. 1 and 2 Cans
boat darted past. Ned held binoculars
to his eyes, and they were focused al-
TomalO Wrappers & Fniil JarS ternately on beautiful June Warner iu
! the arm of the artist and upon the
IN ANY QUANTITY
filcIVER & MacKAY
IOAG DIS TANCE PHONE 4 7
OCALA, :-: FLA.
closely pursuing Gilbert BlVe-' With
him were a plump and placid small
man, who drove with unwelcome
creases in his brow, and a generously
plump young woman, who was half
'We're turned, ma'am." said Bill
Wolf, clutching Ilouoria Blye by the
elbow. Don"t you see the I ederal
On the dock there stood a watchman
who consisted of an overocat and cap.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.C0
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
Action in ihe Tissues of a Remarkafclo JlniMsfo
S. S. S. 13 a Beffnhr WLzsrd in Drifinj Out Rhmmatlsm.
Tlheumntlm Is often the effect of some
other Mood affliction that haa left Its im
press In the Joint, muscles anl mucous
and silently, motloulessly hour by hour covering of ti e hody. It works into tho
he looked out toward the bay. A swift tu ce'; Jf-J" in
" ... .. which nutrition iroes en. An-I It is fcfre
motoruoat, sienuer iinrei. Fieei gray.
dashed up, and from it the artist quick quickly
ly quickly lifted beautiful June Warner. The
overcoat and cap moved not a mu-cle.
but from far off Ned Warner, Lu the
fifth boat of that strange regatta,
through his powerful binoculars t-aw
that landing, saw June cling to her
fcewly found protector, saw, from the
bend of his head, that the artist's eyes
were filled with appreciation for the
beauty of the fair little runaway bride.
Straight up the dock they ran to tJie
that a most rmarkMe medicine known
as S. S. H. does Us most active and nost
Its action Is rrio .elous. Bed ridden
rheumatics pet on their feet as if ly
magic That cold, clammy sr-sation tl .M
made yoi hu? a rJ hot stove l T"" 1"'
a twlnklir?. That excruciatlTis; U.'.t
made a feather lay as heavy as a ton f
coal on the 5kin Is gone. You get vp und
Your rh-umatlni Is irone p.li!luto!T:
It Is an actual lopical fact, that J-wft's
Pure F;clfic flushes your W'nA. plv.-
your entire LIckkI circulation a ft-c
thorough bath. It Jut naturally and In s
It rushes Into every cell, cans
every ix.ne. mucie, nirameni, inwon.
mucoos surface and every nerv to thrill
with freelt-rr. wi:h health, with new newfound
found newfound princ.nf-3".
, nd tst i f f.ll, R. S. R. though a pow powerful
erful powerful fearcMn?. oerwhtlmfng.enemy to
Kaln ai.d Um cause of rhumatlBm Is as
I-ure r.m tie dew on a jxach blossom, as
rfwerfal as the heroic works of nature,
i j-arr:-,tr as the i-crcmptory demand of
the tt' t xriCf rrlTsc?.
. -for ai. insi-t upon petting S. S. S.
Xi.f vvi.rl.i's cure (r rheumatism.
F r rrtv'e. i-eror.al advice on stab stab-!
! stab-! .ri hr "ie rn t. it'.m write at ones
1. th hv.-'t i-f- 'i.ic Co.. 205 Swift Build-.
;.am'.i, Via. Their medical depart depart-r.it..t
r.it..t depart-r.it..t i- f juiua on all blool diseases, and
l.-s 4i.!,-r- to rr.ftVe p'-rsonal blood tests,
rrrrJYc-d iy the hirt.-st medical author author-tin.
tin. author-tin. ft a little of K. F. S. today. Than
but Mrs. Trantham will stay until j H C AVERY,
July. This is Mrs. Trantham's first j
L. D. JONES,
Agent, Coml. Agt.
w fr ttt a w--stx m t a
rpnl visit hprt sinrt her mnrriafP in! r xiu9 x. xr. a.
February and she and her husband !City Ticket ffice 25 Hoan Street
are bein? cordially welcomed by their Jacksonville, Fla
...um.. j ;k.v:-&--8- powerful Ifnulars Ned Warner saw
I uunnmsrnam. cire way n n ui ui
street and hailed a
A keen little racer dashed up. f-pray-Ing
the water in a plltterin? translu translucent
cent translucent sheet as it curved into the slip.
From it sprang the black Vandyked
Gilbert Blye in time to see the taxb-ab
whirl away with beautiful June June-Through
Through June-Through his powerful binoculars Ned
Warner paw Blye gesticulating with
anger, saw the heavy, round headed
Edwards climb clumsily upon the dock
and stamp nis foot.
A third boat, n trim, lithe little cut
ter. From It scrambled the white mus mustached
tached mustached Orln Cunningham. Through his
passing taxi and twinkling irrigate every atcm Li yuurjuway t x. riicurru.tisra f.r all tlme
FARE $3 22 fcDAILY BETWEEN
I BUFFALO ci
.;ijj7TrmTTrKrr--,i .,,' I
LV'-'wum '4sZ?T::' ''viS
Mr. J. Sanford Jewett left
this i ::
city this morning: for Ocala, where he
joins his family, who are visiting: y
there for a week. From there he will j 11
go to Atlantic Beach to attend the Y
druggists convention, being away
two weeks. Lakeland TeTe- i
LEVITT PACKAH0 B00E
Music Teacher and Composer f.
Violin, Piano and Voice
Fxpcrt Piano Tuner
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Richey
child of Ocala, have moved to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland and until they can get a house
andj.J. Talk to me about it ovet
Tury, and Ned finally pritted his teeth
and cllnelie-i his Csts as he saw these
scoundrelly pursuers of his lovely bri!e
race cp tlie dock. They hailed a pas-
Th Great Ship -SEEANDEIIE"
"CITY OF BUFFALO
(Continued on Fourth Page)
Tell your physician, and leu him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled a 3 written nj
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. t
kJ TV Iar7t ol mat vastly hour
f-" t:na for 1- norgtn.
i -CITY OF ERIE- 3 M?ifl Sir-M-r-.
C BUFFALO Daily, May 1 st to Dec 1 tt CLEVELAND
!, I.jfTa'o - TO P.M. LnvtC! -nd - 'P.M.
THF. CLVLLAhU Sc iiUFFALO TRANSIT CO. ClrUnd. Ohio
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
they are stopping at the Tremont.4vAM&4X
. bCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JCNll 9, 1913
Fresh shrimp today. Rodoff at
Keating's Buffet. Phone 22. tf
Mr. Earl Hall, a student at Tome
School, Maryland, has returned for
the summer vacation.
Gerig's drugstore has just received
a fresh supply of pebble candy.
40 cents a pound. G-7-tf.
Try some of those deviled crabs,
fresh every day at RodofTs. Keating's
Buffet. Phone 22. tf
Mr. B. H. Logan, traveling sales
man for the Jellico Mining Co., of
Chattanooga, Tenn., spent last night
in the city and left this afternoon for
Tampa, where he will stop at the
Hillsboro hotel until Sunday.
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
Will Smith, the negro who so bru
tally insulted a young lady clerk in
one of the Ocala stores several Sat Saturday
urday Saturday nights ago, will have a hearing
before Judge. Smith at 9 o'clock to to-morrow
morrow to-morrow morning.
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
Mr. Duncan, the leading attorney
of Tavares, Mr. W. M. Wilson of this
1 city, who is spending a great deal of
time in that city for the Florida Title
& Abstract Corporation, and Mr.
Jackson of Toulon, 111., of the firm of
Thompson & Jackson, who is here
looking after extensive land matters,
came up this morning from Tavares.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Mr. J. 0. Dekle, who recently went
from Ocala to Tavares, has a good
position there with Mr. S. R. Johns
and likes the little place very much.
Mr. Johns has a large general store
and also manages the hotel.
Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street, flome made cream candies,
20c and 35c boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm
"The Exploits of Elaine" at the
Temple last night brought forth the
mark that she was "some woman."
She shotranother miscreant, bringing
him down out of a church steeple. To Tonight
night Tonight the Temple will have the Pathe
News, a Vitagraph drama and an Es Es-sanay
sanay Es-sanay comic.
Representative Crosby was in towti
from Citra yesterday, interviewing
his Ocala friends. Mr. Crosby great greatly
ly greatly regretted Mr. Bryan's resignation.
Rev. S. J. Winchester of Savannah,
is in the city, and intends to give
some lectures on the social evil and
the single standard of morals. He
comes very highly recommended, and
his lectures, which 'will be given at the
courthouse next Monday and Tuesday
evenings, will deserve large audiences.
LACE and :
Thursday, June 10th.
We are offering several
hundred yards of
Some looks like hand
made, at per yd.
LOOK AT THE WINDOW
This report is made from observa
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
June 1 75 G4 .02
June 2 88 70 .04
June 3 02 G
June 5 85 04
June C 8G G4
June 7 85 G5 .02
June 8 89 CJ
Fair tonight and Thursday.
The store room recently vacated by
the Ocala Bazaar is bein repainted
and fitted ud for a' mercantile es-
.... -n :i
tablishment. Just wno wi occupy n
is still under the "kiver."
'The large electric sign of Theus
Bros., at the corner of Fort King
avenue and South Magnofia St., at attracts
tracts attracts a great deal of attention. The
sign is a most artistic one and is the
work of Ocala's young artist, Mr.
Louis Tupper, who is receiving many
compliments on his artistic ability.
Ground has been broken for a new
warehouse building on the corner of
South Third and Magnolia streets. It
will be 45x80 feet in size and for
the present one-story, though it is
thought that another story may be
Mr. Jim Goins and Mr. E. L. Gran Granger
ger Granger of Connor were in the city today
doing some trading.
Dr. J. E. Chace is at Pass-a-Grille,
helping the other members of the
board of examiners to pass judgment
on ambitious young dentists. ;
Mr. Ed. Dreyfous has gone to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta to be with his friend Mr. J. H.
McCorkle, who recently moved to that
city from Ocala and is seriously ill.
Mr. McCorkle has a great many
friends here who will be sorry to
hear that he is ill.
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.
Mr. W. J. Crosby came up last
night from Loughman, near Kissim Kissim-mee,
mee, Kissim-mee, the thrifty little, city of 1500
people, built up there in the past few
years largely by Mr. Crosby's efforts.
Mr. Crosby is preparing to have a
sale of lots at auction from his hold holdings
ings holdings in the next few days.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300
Calr 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
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful cf ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's. Place, tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tfG
WANTED Orders by Altar Guild
for children's garments, aprons,
hemstitching and embroidering. Call
phone 70. 5-tf
STRAYED June Gth, fox terrier,
six. months old, white, tan ears,
name spot. Reward. 230 Broadway or
Star office. 8-Gt
FOR EXCHANGE Will exchange a
slightly used $25 gas range for a
wood stove or other furniture, or will
sell it cheap for cash if sold at once.
Apply P. O. Box 517, Ocala, Fla. 6-8
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT "Well located and nlcel
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also tor light
Housekeeping. 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 RENT Large well located resi residence
dence residence 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 333. tf
WANTED A position by a sixteen-year-old
boy, willing to do any anything;
thing; anything; has a bicycle. Call phone 528
or the Star office. 9-6t
LOST Between Ocala and Belleview,
a blue serge coat with initials L.
F. S. Finder will be suitably reward rewarded
ed rewarded by notifying L. F. Causey, Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, Fla., or leaving at Star office. 9tf
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT
A case of the Crystal River Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company against the Dunnellon
Phosphate Company, which began
some twelve years ago, is being tried
in the circuit court here this week.
The jury was drawn Monday morning
and the cae has been moving along j
as rapidly as a constant fight of the j
opposing counsel would permit. j
The trial of this case occupied ten j
days in this court some ten years ago j
and vas .decided in favor of the de-
fendant company. Later developments
showed that certain lands which
should have been included were not
included in the former case and a new
trial was granted by the circuit
court. The court's decision to grant a
new trial was upheld by the supreme
court, hence the present trial.
Properties valued at upward of
$100,000 are involved in the case, and
many witnesses have been summoned
to appear from all parts of the state.
"Messrs. Anderson & Anderson are at attorneys
torneys attorneys fo rthe plaintiff, while the de defendants
fendants defendants are being represented by Mr.
Raymond B. Bullock of this city, and
Messrs. Bisbee & Bidell of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, assisted by Mr. H. L. Anderson
It is thought that the case will be
concluded by the end of the week.
U. D. C. MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
Dickinson Chapter 'U. D. C, will be
held Friday, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. W. W. Har-
Mrs. Winer, Sec'y.
There will be an A. C. L. excursion
to Lake Weir tomorrow. The Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Sunday school picnic train leaves
at 8 o'clock in the morning, and re returning
turning returning leaves the lake at 5 o'clock.
Rates, 50 and 25 cents.
Mr. Carter II. Dame arrived in the
city last evening from the Pinellas
section, where he has been attending
to his organization work for the
Woodmen of the World. He leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning for Miami and other
east coast towns in an official (?)
capacity for the Woodmen. It is ru rumored
mored rumored that he will not return to
The baseball game with Waldo to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow promises to be lively and the
fans must turn out in force.
W. K. Iane,-M. T.. "Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
For roofing, guttering and sheet
metal work phone 3SS. R. E. Yonge
& Company. 31-ot
SEE rllIK r'AKM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf le.. milk and eggs, tf
If you want to rent a house, get a
b argain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Neuralgia Pains Stopped
You don't need suffer those agoniz
ing nerve pains in the face, head, arm,
shoulders, chest and back. Just apply
a few drops of soothing Sloan s Lini Liniment;
ment; Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfortl Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a bottle, today. 3 ounces for 25c, at
all druggists. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 1
Get an EL FLO No. 3 OCanner. The
Marion Hardware, Company, Dis
How Mrs. Ha r rod Got Rid of Her
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried evervthine I
heardof, imt the only relief I got was
temporary until last spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drug
store, I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pt..n in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
OomsnfoGs Fuf ore
mother revolves in
bcr mind all we un understand
derstand understand by destiny.
And it Is of the utmost
Importance that her
physical comfort be
our first thought. Therai
is a most ftpiendia rcm-e.-Ty
fcr tLls purpose,
known as "Mother's
Friend. It Is applied
over the muscles of the
In, and at onca penetrates to relieve all
strain on nerves, cords, ligaments and all
parts involved. It makes the muscles so
pliant that they expand naturally. And at
the same time they are invigorated by ths
nhsence of harassir.gr pains so apt to distress
the mind. "Whatever will add to the comfort
cf the expectant mother Is a great and help helpful
ful helpful influence since a calm. and peaceful period
must have a wonderfully beneficial Impress
upon the cominsr child. Cet a bottle of
Mother s Friend' of any druggist and you
will realize vhy so many women declare it
to be the most helpful remedy they know cf.
"Write todsy to Bradfleld Rejruhitor Co, 403
Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga for a splendid
book of great interest and, value, to every ex expectant
pectant expectant mother.
(Continued from Third Page)
The marriage of Mr. Walter Lid Lid-dell
dell Lid-dell and Miss Rosella Martin was a
beautiful event in Jacksonville yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening. The wedding took
place in the Snyder Memorial church
and the ceremony was performed by
the bride's father, Rev. J. H. Martin.
Mr. Liddell is a Marion county boyj
born at Santos where he lived with his
parents until after his graduation
from the Ocala high school and from
the law department of Stetson Uni University,
versity, University, after which he went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to practice his profession. He
has the congratulations of his many
friends in this section. The bride
was attended by Miss Nellie Fuller
and Miss Ella May Davis of St. Au Augustine.
gustine. Augustine. Little Helen Wood was
flower girl and Master Lonnie Farris,
nephew of the groom was ring bear bearer.
er. bearer. The groom 'was attended by Mr.
J. A. Rosenberg as best man and Mr.
Frank Smith "of Orlando was grooms groomsman.
man. groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Liddell have
gone north on a wedding trip.
The third of a series of charming
informal parties at which Miss Meta
Jewett has entertained for her sister-
in-law, Mrs. Sanford Jewett of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, was given this afternoon.
The diversion was auction and four
tables were arranged for the guests,
two in the living room and two on the
piazza. Flowers and fern constituted
the attractive decorations. After the
interesting games an ice course was
served and dainty prizes awarded.
Spending the afternoon pleasantly
with Miss Jewett and Mrs. Jewett
were Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mrs. C. S. Cul-
len, Mrs. C. L. Anderson, Miss Mamie
Taylor, Mrs. M. J. Roess, Mrs. J. J.
Gerig, Miss Emily Stotesbury, Mrs.
Albert Gerig, Mrs. L. P. Wilson, Mrs.
E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. E. J. Crook,
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. E. J.
Mills-Price, Miss Minnie Gamsby and
Miss Lou Gamsby.
m m m
Mr. II. M. Hampton has returned
from a business trip to Jacksonville.
Mrs. Hampton, who accompanied him,
is the guest of Miss Saunders and
will not return until later in the
Mrs. T. E. Bridges will give her
Sunday school class a picnic to Lake
Weir tomorrow afternoon and the af affair
fair affair is being most pleasantly antici anticipated
pated anticipated by the girls composing the
Miss Maude Alexander of Brooks-
ville has many friends in Ocala who
will be delighted to learn that she
will arrive in the city tomorrow for a
few days' visit witn her cousin, Mrs.
E. T. Helvenston. Miss Alexander is
en route to Jacksonville to visit her
brother, Mr. Gary Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and little
daughter of Clearwater, were guests
last night of Mr. Smith's sister, Mrs.
L. H. Pillans en route to Martel to
visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs.-J. L.
Mr. Charles Pillans-of Fort Green,
came up yesterday to visit his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans at
The friends of Miss Frances Mclver
will regret to hear of her illness.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe are
planning a motoring trip to Georgia
the first of July. They will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied to Atlanta by Mr. J. M.
Thomas and his niece, Miss Callie
Miss Blair Wood row, who since the
close of the Woman's College in Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, S. C, has been the guest of a
schoolmate in Columbia, has returned
kome. Miss Woodrow is a popular and
attractive member of the college set
and her friends regret that she did
not stop in Ocala before going on to
Lake Weir to join her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow at their
Miss Annie Davis who has been
spending three weeks in town, expects
to returnlo her cottage at Lake Weir
tomorrow afternoon. She will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Miss Collie Clark, who
will spend some time with her.
Harold Meade and LaG range Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, who have been enjoying camp
life at Lake Weir for a week, return returned
ed returned home this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Talley of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, who have been to "Gaines "Gainesville
ville "Gainesville to attend commencement exer exercises,
cises, exercises, where their son Mr. Ralph Tal Talley,
ley, Talley, graduated from the law depart department
ment department of the university, stopped over
today with Mr. T. I. Arnold on their
Mrs. R. A. Green will arrive from
Clearwater tomorrow, and make her
home for the next few weeks at the
Mr. Harry Peter has brought his
family from Dunnellon, and they now
occupy the Barse residence on Wa-
Ethel Thayer, the young daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pillans is ill.
Mrs. J. M. Gross requests the mem members
bers members of her class to meet tomorrow af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at the parsonage.
WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office. i
(Continued from First Page)
liig taxi a hd whirled away up the
A fourth boat. A little French chauf chauffeur
feur chauffeur with a tiny mustache and a btltT
woman with Lizh tbek Imins who
bent and unln i.t paiufuily as sbe was
pulled to the dock.
IIeyr The overeont and cap at last
had moved, ra;:J!.v. violently. They
pounced liwrwn Ileurl and M;irie.
"You're pinched I"
"Pinched, monsieur? ImiKjssiMe!
protested Henri in astonishment. "For
what Is it that we are pi'u. bed? Heboid
the lioat! We have returned It." Marie
started to run away.
"Hooray r On his Mde Henri jerked
end. lauh'nu payly. sprinted after
Marie, t p on the street, in the shelter
of a warehouse, stood a touring c ar. As
be ran Henri reached In his pooki t fur
a key. Hehiud them came i-ouudln the
overcoat and cap. blowing a shrill
watchman's whistle throuH the sl?t In
the collar. The fugitive frui justice,
easily outdistancing the heavy rubier
boots, galiied the -car. With a bow
which Innl in it all the prate and gal gallantry
lantry gallantry which could have been display displayed
ed displayed had be used mu h more time Henri
assisted V'rie to her seat. He sprang
In beside her. He Inserted bis key. lie
pressed the starting luttoiu Sileuce!
Bah! The motor was cold!
"You're under arrest: And an iron iron-like
like iron-like middle linger thumped Henri on
the shoulder. A iolivman had arrived.
"Arrest, M. Ouktr':" criM Henri.
"Impossible." And he made another
effort to start his engine. "Look, the
boat we have"
"Do you know Officer Dowd?" asked
"Dowd'" repeated the solemn police policeman,
man, policeman, shaking his beaL
"Do you know Olllccr Moran?"
"Can't say as I know Moran.".
"Do you know Olhcer O'Tooler And
she beamed high up into the solemn
"O'Toole? OToole? East side?"
"IJsteu. XI. Officer, eh?" broke In
Marie had furtively kicked him on
"We took the boat. yes. but you will
."Get it? He says lie took the boat'"
This tvas from the cap iind the over overcoat
coat overcoat '
,yrake 'em along: rumbled the cap
"I guess I'll have to take you." the
ofllcer said regretfully. "Will you
walk or will you ride? It's only up a
couple of blocks."
"Walkr. exclaimed Henri in aston astonishment.
ishment. astonishment. "Never:" He rushed to the
front of his car and cranked it. Off
they went to the police station.
"TI I'UttTIVE eyed butler with a
f young face on the withered
and stoied body of an old
I man admitted the runawav
bride and her escort Into a ma'dll ma'dll-ceut
ceut ma'dll-ceut studio hung with rare tapestries,
embellished with exquisite paintings,
fitted with quaint furniture ami ol
Jects of art from all over the world.
And here June Warner was introduc introduced
ed introduced by Artist Durban to his 'wife, a
bright eyed woman of great charm.
She received June with almost gushing
"The Spirit of the Marshes, laughed
Durban, and it was with a profession professional
al professional eye that he this time surveyed the
beautiful girl. "It was an utterly lin lin-lossible
lossible lin-lossible adventure, my dear." He
stood before an elaborately carved
Florentine table, while the ladies sat
in the inglcnook. In the Care of the
grateful lire. His eyes still glowed
with the excitement of the morning,
and lie laughed. "First time I've had
n chance to use the revolvers you
make me carry when I go out for the
marsh sunrise. I was busy sketching,
trying to catch that wonderful scarlet
of the sun and Jrtie mist you know,
my dear when suddenly I heard a
piercing scream. It could come but
from one direction the hut- Immense!
A real adventure: I folded my easel,
drew my revolvers and told Jimmy to
push through the reed for life or
r- k 4
Juna 33 "the Spirit of the Marsh."
de.ith. Before we could reach the hut
there were shrieks uiwn shriek.' In n
younz tdrr voice, then shot.s. one aft
er another. Wonderful" lie shook
brick his lon Iciir and lnushed. and
ld- wife paled. June trembled and
;;rew fnint wit!i tbe memory of It. and
her eyes dSten-'ed with a recurrence
nf her terror. "As we burst through
the t.iil m;irs!i rushes I saw on the Is Island
land Island this te:intifi:I crenture held by
a cijrantir murderer. A woman with a
lear.tiful silk shawl over her rouzb
clothln? was running toward the hut
Another murderous thief was lying on
the ground. I town the channel from
the opeu water there came two sjed
boats, one driven by a man with a
mustache". In evetlus clothes and a
silk hat, and the other, driven by a
round headed man, canied a dark,
handsome fellow' with a black Van Vandyke,
dyke, Vandyke, who stood up shooting two re revolvers.
volvers. revolvers. I tired. In the air. Tbe gi
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gantic murderer un-p. ed I Is Iauti Iauti-ful
ful Iauti-ful creature, and she ran s". inking to
my boat, in Uirur nof onlnf the d;s d;s-'lK?rate
'lK?rate d;s-'lK?rate bandit, but of the I ;en in the
boats. Jijiimy threw on lu.l spetd.
and away we darted, hotiy j.ursul by
an entire bay full of shout gestic gesticulating
ulating gesticulating i-opIe. .It was ma.elous! 1
have never enjoyed such a looming!
You poor denrr The aijot's wife
was instantly contrite. "You mut be
tired and ild and half famished and
frightened to death. And you're all
Aet!" She raised Juneby the hand.
"The Spirit of ths .Marsh, mused the
artist, studying June critically.
Mrs. Durban! bright eyes sparkle!
back at him as sire led June away to
her own pkmhs. where she selected a
negligee for her beautiful charge.
In a richly, furnished otTlce which
contained 110 hint of business except
for its telephone and the long rows of
push buttons sat Gilbert Blye and Oriu
Cunningham and T. J. Edwards In
earnest conference, Cunningham still
In his evening clothes, Bdwards stiil
with his pajamas buttoned Inside bis
coat and the carjH-t slliiers on bl
feet. Button, after lyitton the black
Vandyked man pushed, and one aftet
another silent, stealthily moving, nou nou-communicative
communicative nou-communicative meucame Iu nit 1 with
grave faces received their instructions
Henri and Marie stood In front of a
mottle factl desk sergeant with a
sausage-like n-d mustache.
"Your names be demanded.
"Voila." ngrteably returned Henri.
-I am-ughl And he lifted -his foot
sharp!'- Marie hid kicked him ou the
IIe Is Jul.'s Lefon. snapinsl Marie.
"Non! Nu! NonT Indignantly ob
Je-td He nri, and there ensued a vigor vigorous
ous vigorous argument.
Ai:L I am Hose Hes'er calmly
"What's the charge?" asked the desk
"Jiwiplitg a boat- ThLs hoarse In In-formati
formati In-formati n ninf from the overcoat and
"I d m't know about the Frenchman."
whispers! th. phenomenally long p
Herman In the t-ergennt's rod ear. "but
the girl Feems to le nil right. She
knows 0:n-er Ikj vd oji the east side
and Moran and O'Toole 'and that
"Oh!" The information s enied to
have some we'zht- The officer raised
heavily from his wide chair and
waddled through tlie door Just back of
him. was gone long. Kiient min
utes, but when he came back his brow
was liiaottcd Ir.to what seemed im immanent
manent immanent corrugations. "So you're a
friend of Dowd and Moran and O'Toole
and that brinohr he thundered at tbe
luckless M-rie. "Well. I telephoned
em nil. rnd not a one of Jem knows
any Boe IIrper! k 'em up!
"Bnt. moi i --:!. It Is all a mL?take!
crleI tf:e ietii! JnUs I'fon. "Made "Made-mols!p
mols!p "Made-mols!p i-i im"
Crick! T':it kl k on the shin was
distinctly ai:dlb'o throughout the little
room, bit it hid it elect. Henri" at
last had the. hint. :n.d be shut his lips
tightjy t'r-t!ier lx-nenth hLs tiny mus mustache
tache mustache as he and Marie, to the Intense
era t Location of the overcoat and cap.
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were tea away ana locKed la their re respective
spective respective cells.
In tbe d.iinty nse and whit drawing
room which NVd anJ June Warner bad
fitted up to Jk? their nest Xed at In
couKtiltatlon v.1 1 h June's fither and
mother and Bobble Blethering and
June's bosom friend, Irl. and the
three dete- tlvcu. Oa the oor by Mrs.
Moore's feet lay June's han'some col collie.
lie. collie. Bouncer, but at tbe Crst mention of
his mlstrefs name be was up and
"Your wife's dog? said the chief cf
Ned's detective force, and N d nodded.
"We'll take him."
Out In the lay a steam yawl, its
stovepipe coIJ. was being t-wed majes majestically
tically majestically in by a row!at. at the oars of
wbicli sat a thin whiskered fisherman
and a boy with cracked knuckles and &
short, thick man. whose face was one
continuous rotary muJge. This man
was Bill Wlf. and through his smudjre
were already streaking rivulets of coo cooes
es cooes t to IL Oa board the yawl and urging
her crew with helpful voices and ges gesture
ture gesture was Ilonoria Blye. cinders ta her
high arched brows, cinders in her dark darkened
ened darkened hair and cinders in her dlsposl dlsposl-tioo.
tioo. dlsposl-tioo. 'Ccntlnued Tomorrr.w)
Lame back 13 usually due to rheu rheumatism
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Hard working people are most likely
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