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The Ocala evening star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1915
NO. 183
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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Grim White Bear Yet Holds
Tenacious Grip

EFFORTS OF THE GERMAN ARMIES SEEM PARTLY PARALYZED BY A POSSIBLE SHORTAGE
OF AMMUNITION

London, Aug. 4 Russian rearguard
actions seem to be holding the Ger Germans
mans Germans northeast of Warsaw. South of
Warsaw General Mackensen's forces
are being badly battered. The only
Teutonic progress on the east front
is toward Riga at the extreme north
and before Ivangorod. Warsaw is
still holding out. Hope that it may
le saved is growing among the allies.
The German press accounts for the
delay, because of more difficult com communications.
munications. communications. It doesn't ignore the
Russian rearguard actions, however.
The emperor and empress have been
forced to delay their trip for a tri triumphal
umphal triumphal entry into Warsaw.
ANOTHER WEEK MAY SAVE IT
A dispatch four days old, the lat latest
est latest that has been received from War War-saw
saw War-saw direct, says that if the evacuation
can be avoided a week, it may not be
necessary.
AN EMPIRE AT PRAYER
T,he British Empire today united in
prayerful observance of the anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the declaration of war against
Germany. Practically every town and
village in the empire prayed for ulti ultimate
mate ultimate victory. The principal service
was at St. Paul's Cathedral, and was
attended by the king and queen.
ANOTHER WEEK MAY
WARSAW
SAVE
London, Aug. 4. Stubborn Rus Russian
sian Russian resistance and .slow progress of
the Austro-German advance for the
.st few days has led to the belief in
some quarters that the Germans are
short of ammunition.
The governor-general of Warsaw
was still at his post Sunday and mil military
itary military critics believed, that if the Rus Russian
sian Russian line could hold a" week longer
Russia might yet save Warsaw. On
the other hand the previous slowing
down of the Germans has been fol followed
lowed followed by greater efforts later. Berlin
records further advances along the
Vistula and in Ivangorod and Nowo Nowo-Alexandria
Alexandria Nowo-Alexandria sections, also in the
Chehn-Lublin region, despite vigorous
opposition.
WAR IN THE WEST
There has been considerable fight fighting
ing fighting in the west, in Arters, in the Ar Ar-gonne
gonne Ar-gonne section and in Alsace, but ap apparently
parently apparently with little definite results.
The Swiss reports say the Austrians
are preparing to evacuate their first
class defense lines in the Isonzo re region
gion region from Travignolo to Avisia. Other
unofficial reports tell of Italian ad advances
vances advances in other sections.
BELGIAN STEAMER SUNK
A German submarine sunk the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian steamer Keophandel.
LESS SAVAGE THAN THEY LOOK
Mildest Mannered Bunch of Savages
that Ever Took a Scalp will be
Here Tomorrow
The greatest athletic novelty in the
world is the Nebraska Indian baseball
team which has created so much com comment
ment comment by its brilliant playing during
its seventeen years of travel through throughout
out throughout the United States and Canada. It
is a rare and novel sight to see a
team of ball players all of whom are
marvelously expert and also who are
genuine Indians. When they come to
the field with scowling faces and
savage warwhoops some of the timid
people in the grand stand grow ner nervous
vous nervous but the Indians are only show showing
ing showing their irrepressible spirits and
never have trouble with anyone. It
will be a great treat to see them play
the home team at Hunter Park to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
On account of the rains, the home
team has had no chance for practice
this week, but the boys are full of
spunk, and are going to give the vis visitors
itors visitors a battle royal.

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(Associated Press)
LOCAL LEGiSLATIQN
Discussion Before the Council Re Regarding
garding Regarding the Location of the New
Water Plant
The city council met Tuesday night
in regular session. The following
members were present: Chairman J.
M. Meffert and Councilmen Tompkins,
Gerig, Knight, Roess, Moore, Smith,
Nash and Fausett a full board.
Several citizens being present and
wishing to address the councH, the
reading of the very lengthy minutes
ol the previous regular and adjourned
sessions was deferred till later in the
evening.
Mrs. M. H. Stovall addressed the
council on the matter of levying an
assessment for the Carnegie library
under the new city charter. She ex explained
plained explained that the $10,000 fund was
available for the building as soon as
the differences here were adjusted
and the matter of plans and location
settled.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger was present
and addressed the council on the
matter of the location of the new
waterworks. Mrs. Bittinger stated
that she had resided near the station
for twenty-five years, and that the
noise of the pump and machinery had
been a great inconvenience and espe especially
cially especially in sickness it was almost un unbearable.
bearable. unbearable. The existence of the water waterworks,
works, waterworks, she said, had greatly effected
the value and salability of property in
that neighborhood, and she most
earnestly protested against the con continuation
tinuation continuation of the nuisance on the pres present
ent present site or the location there of the
new plant or plants.
Mr. F. E. Harris addressed the
council on the same subject and add added
ed added an earnest plea that the plant be
moved to the city's 14-acre lot known
as the Taylor pond property, or to a
large lot between the railroads in the
northern part of Ocala that Mr. B. II.
Seymour had offered to give the city
for this purpose. Mr. Harris then
asked that the petition of the property
owners and residents of the section
surrounding the waterworks be read,
which the clerk did, and is here re reproduced.
produced. reproduced. The Petition
To the Honorable Members of the
City Council of Ocala:
Gentlemen: We, the undersigned
citizens of Ocala, residing in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of the waterworks, petition
your honorable body not to locate the
consolidated water works and electric
light plant on the present location,
but to locate same on the property
owned by the city known as the
Taylor pond property, or else to ac accept
cept accept the proposition of Mr. B. H. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour and locate the said consolidat consolidated
ed consolidated plant on the lots in North Ocala
which he offers to donate to the city
for said purpose.
We feel that the residential section
of a city is not a fit and proper place
for the location of works of this kind
and that to do so is a grievous injus injustice
tice injustice to the citizens.
On the new properties there is am ample
ple ample room for all purposes and we are
informed by persons who have given
the matter careful investigation- that
owing to the lesser elevation the wa water
ter water level in either of the other two
places rises nearer to the surface,
and the pumping can be done at great greatly
ly greatly less expensive, and the saving, in
cost in the course of a very few years
would more than pay for the differ difference,
ence, difference, if any, in the cost of construc construction.
tion. construction. It is unnecessary for your petition petitioners
ers petitioners to point to the fact that at the
present location the property of the
city is constantly menaced by the
Converse mill, which is located in
close proximity, and if the mill were
Ito burn, the water works buildings

Warsaw in
a
could scarcely escape the flames,
which would result in a general con conflagration
flagration conflagration of all surrounding property.
For that reason some of your hum humble
ble humble petitioners are compelled to carry
a heavier burden of insurance than
they would otherwise.
For these and other reasons that
perhaps can be presented to you oral orally
ly orally more forcefully, we ask that the
consolidated plant be not located on
the present waterworks site.
Signed: J. G. Batts, Mrs. J. G.
Eatts, Mrs. S. M. Lummus, Mrs. C. L.
Bittinger, S. M. Lummus, C. R. Pea Pea-body,
body, Pea-body, A. P. Gilmore, Mrs. A. P. Gil Gil-more,
more, Gil-more, M. E. Thomas by H. P. Bitting,
Mr. G. W. Martin, Mrs. G. W. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Mrs. G. F. Sanders, Mrs. Jerrie
Marshall, G. W. Martin, Jr., Mrs. M.
A. Williams, S. A. Moses, Mrs. M. H.
Pyles, Mrs. George Williams, Mrs.
Mazie Lylcs per George Blitch, agent,
Frank Harris, Mrs. Frank Harris,
Frank -Harris. Jr.
Later on in the evening, the matter
of location was discussed, but nothing
definite came of it. However, from
the plans drawn and on file and from
the reports of the engineers it seemed
that the logical point of location is on
the present lot. Mr. Meffert explain explained,
ed, explained, during this talk, that with the
ne w machinery there would be abso absolutely
lutely absolutely no noise, either of engine,
pumps or exhaust, and that as far as
being objectionable from a civic point
of view, the new buildings and ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of the lot would be a pride
and a beauty spot. The buildings
would be ornamental, the huge brick
smokestack attractive and the grounds
would be so laid out that they might
be easily beautified.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue addressed the
council on an alleged overcharge of
water rent. The matter was referred
to the light and water committee with!
power to act.
Col. R. S. Rogers as spokesman for
a committee of citizens present to
urge the levying of assessments for
the benefit of the hospital, rest room,
band and city publicity, made an elo
quent plea for these purposes, com
mencing and urging most earnestly
for the hospital, which he deemed one
of the best assets the city had. Col.
Rogers asked for one-fourth of a mill
levy for the hospital, one-fourth for
publicity purposes, which, under the
assessed valuation of the city of over
$4,000,000 will bring about ?1,000 for
each purpose. For the band and rest
room he asked for an eighth of a mill
levy each, which will bring about
$500 for each purpose.
Mr. Munroe, Mr. Harris and Mr.
Carroll approved of Mr. Rogers' re requests
quests requests and added a few words of their
own to what he said.
Mr. Niel Ferguson for the Wood Wood-mar
mar Wood-mar Sand & Stone Co. asked the
council to pay during this week $500
on the account for sidewalk paving
now due Mr. Thomas by the city, Mr.
Thomas being willing to wait until
Jan. 1st for the balance $3,000 with 6
per cent interest. The council thought
the collections might admit of this
but it did not look very encouraging
just now.
Mr. Tompkins, chairman of the
finance committee, presented and
read a recommendation which he ask asked
ed asked to have adopted, rescinding the ac action
tion action of the council at the last session
when the price of electric current was
reduced, placing the price back at the
former scale and also increasing the
water rates somewhat. Mr. Tompkins
moved the adoption of his report,
the motion being seconded. Mr. Gerig
moved as a substitute to the motion
that the report be tabled. Here fol followed
lowed followed a discussion more or less in informal,
formal, informal, participated in freely at times
by citizens present which lasted for
an hour and a half, during which time
taxes, electric light bills and water
bills, past, present and to come were
discussed and nothing arrived at ex except
cept except "much heap talk." Finally, the

NOTE FROM GREAT BRITAIN
RIGHTS OF

(Associated Preas)

question was demanded, and the sub substitute
stitute substitute motion (to lay the Tompkins
report on the table) carried on a roll
call vote, five to four, and the reduc reduction
tion reduction in current as made applicable
from Aug. 1st stands, at least for the
present.
The city officials made their verbal
reports and were excused.
The clerk's efficient assistant, Miss
Helen Scott, was granted a two weeks
vacation with pay.
Mr. Meffert read a carbon copy of
a letter written by him to Acting City
Attorney William Hocker, in which he
asked Mr. Hocker to answer several
questions in relation to the sale of the
bonds. They were, in substance: Was
the sale legal; were the commission,
attorney's fees, etc., excessive; was a
50 per cent, indemnity bond sufficient;
was it right and proper that the city
should lose the Interest on the money,
while on deposit, etc. Mr. Hocker's
written opinion in answer to this was
read, and he being present, answer answered
ed answered many questions. He said the sale
was legal, the matter of bond and in interest
terest interest was purely a business and not
a legal proposition and the council
was better able to decide that ques question
tion question than he, and as to the expenses
of selling the bonds, if the bidders
were the actual purchasers, the ex expenses
penses expenses were too high or unreasonable,
but if they were brokers and acting
for other parties (and it was not
necessary or customary to disclose
their customers in such transactions)
the charges were not unreasonable or
excessive. Law and custom admits of
a reasonable brokerage fee in such
cases. As to the attorney's fees, he
was unable to say how much was for
that purpose nor how they based
their charges. The sense of his opin opinion
ion opinion on this point was this, that if the
purchasers were acting for them themselves
selves themselves straightout, the charges, what whatever
ever whatever they were for or how divided,
were too high. If they were brokers,
they were not unreasonable. A test
case would have to be made of the
matter to determine this.
The lengthy minutes of the last
two sessions together with the min minutes
utes minutes of the board of bond trustees
were then read and approved.
Several new bills from trades peo people
ple people were in the hands of the clerk
against Policeman Koonce, with urg urgent
ent urgent requests that he be required to
pay. It was stated that the mayor
had suspended Mr. Koonce, where whereupon
upon whereupon the council on an unanimous
vote discharged him. Several mem members
bers members stated they understood he had
left town and owed bills all over the
city.
In the case of the fireman, it was
stated that he showed a desire to pay
his just bills and he was given a
reasonable time in which to do so.
A petition was read from property
owners on North Daugherty street,
asking that the street be repaired and
oi'ed from the portion now oiled to
the city limits. Referred to the street
committee.
Mr. Tompkins, chairman' of the
finance committee, had a quotation
and telegrams from the Manufactur Manufacturers'
ers' Manufacturers' Record and the Ocala papers in
regard to publishing the advertise advertisements
ments advertisements for sewer contracts and the
same were ordered placed.
Mr. Meffert expressed himself as
favoring the re-advertising for the
sale of the bonds which would only
cause a reasonable delay and he be believed
lieved believed the city would save several
thousand dollars by the transaction,
with the outlay of less than a hun hundred
dred hundred dollars in expenses.
The council adjourned at almost
midnight, till Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock, when the tax levy will be
made and other business transacted,
there being much on the table last
night that was not touched, including
the payment of bills.
Green's team of Nebraska Indians
composed of a squad of well built
young athletes with fancy names put
a crimp in the aspirations of the
Maryland Meter Association team.
Their team work is marvelous while
their fleetness of foot comes to aid
them in the pinches. They are strong
in both infield and outfield while the
superb pitching of Waukegan was a
problem that the locals could not
solve. Baltimore Sun.

REGARDING THE
NEUTRALS
Washington, Aug. 4. State depart
ment officials are preparing an answer
to Great Britain's replies to the lat
est American representations against
interference with neutral commerce.
The answer is forthcoming shortly.
The American reply will admit un
usual conditions but differentiates be
tween ships on the high seas and
ships which go to British ports and
try to run the blockade. America
contests the legality of taking the for
mer.
The German note regarding the
William P. Frye will probably be giv
en out for publication tomorrow
morning.
BRITISH
CLAIM THEY
JUSTIFIED
ARE
Washington, Aug. 4. Great Brit
ain's reply to the latest American
representation against interference
with neutral commerce as made pub public
lic public last night, rejects entirely the con
tention that the orders in council are
illegal, and justifies the British course
as wholly within international law.
"Unsustainable either in point of
law or upon the principles of inter international
national international equity," the British reply
terms the American protests against
the blockade of neutral ports. Great
Britain then invites submission to in international.
ternational. international. arbitration of any cases in
which the United States is dissatis dissatisfied
fied dissatisfied with the action of the British
prize courts. The British reply was
contained in two notes, one of which
was supplemental.
With the notes was made public the
corresiwndence over the British seiz seizure
ure seizure of the American steamer Neches,
en route to Rotterdam to the United
States with German goods. In -this
Great Britain declines to allow the
free passage of goods originating in
Germany or in territory Germany
controls. The Neches cargo came from
Belgium.
The changed conditions in warfare,
the British note contends, requires a
new application of the principles of
international law. It points out that
with submarines, mines and aero aeroplanes,
planes, aeroplanes, it is not impossible to keep a
cordon of battleships from surround surrounding
ing surrounding a port which it desires to block blockade.
ade. blockade. The present blockade by which
Great Britain seizes cargoes consign consigned
ed consigned to neutral countries, but which it
believes is intended "for Germany, is
defended on the grounds that the uni universally
versally universally recognized fundamental prin principles
ciples principles of international law is that a
belligerent is entitled to cut off "by
effective means the sea borne com commerce
merce commerce of his enemy." It also recites
vnrious German atrocities, including
the sinking of the Lusitania, declaring
these necessitate that Great Britain
leave no justifiable method of defense
unused.
The British note reiterates that
Great Britain will continue to apply
her orders in council, but will use ev every
ery every effort to avoid embarrassing neu neutrals.
trals. neutrals. It points out that American
statistics show that any loss in trade
with Austria and Germany has been
more than overbalanced by the in increase
crease increase in other industrial activities
due to the war. It takes up the
United States blockade of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy during the civil war and says
the United States developed and
changed the methods by which the
principles of international law were
rrfcde effective to particular cases.
MISS PAGE MARRIED
Ambassador's Daughter Wedded to a
Boston Man in England
I Associated Pres
London, Aug. 4. Miss Katherine
Alice Page, daughter of Ambassador
Thomas Nelson Page, was married
this afternoon at the Chapel Royal at
St. James Palace to Charles Greely
Loring of Boston. The wedding was
simple because of the war. There
were about a hundred guests, all gov government
ernment government officials and ambassadors.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank our many
friends for their kindness and sym sympathy
pathy sympathy during the illness and death of
our darling baby and granddaughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Meadows.
Mr. P. T. Wilson.

SHIPPING

Storm Played Havoc in Several
Eastern Cities

MANY LIVES LOST AND PROPERTY DAMAGE REACHES INTO
THE MILLIONS

(Associated PreTa)

Erie, Pa Aug. 4. The streets
here were rivers of running water
this morning as a result of last night's
unprecedented storm. Probably twenty-five
people perished during the
storm, fourteen bodies having been re
covering up to 9 o'clock this morning.
The damage is estimated at three
million dollars. Scores of homes and
dozens of factories along Millcreek
valley were swept away and hundreds
of people are homeless today.
An all-day rain that fell steadily
for nearly twelve hours, culminated in
a cloudburst, three inches of rain
being registered for. six hours. The
rain continued to fall throughout the
night. The Glemvood dam, which is
three miles above the city, gave way
under the strain, and a wall of water
swept through the city, carrying ev everything
erything everything in its path that would float
before it.
The' flooded district comprises an
area of eight blocks, a mile wide by
a mile in width. The telephones lines,
transit, gas and electric service of all
kinds are paralyzed and there is con considerable
siderable considerable danger from the loose-ends
of high-tension wires throughout the
flood district. Guards have been sta
tioned around the district. Details of
drownings and rescues are meager.
There are a dozen or more passen
ger trains stalled here.
FIFTY LIVES LOST
The coroner estimates that fifty
people perished.
Later Up to 2 o'clock, eighteen
bodies had been recovered.
STORM WAS FIERCE IN NEW
YORK CITY
New York, Aug.' 4. Many streets
in the lower part of Manhattan island
are yellow rivers today; the surface
and elevator traffic is badly crippled,
telephone and telegraph wires are a
tangled network throughout the city,
trees were flooded and general havoc
was wrought this morning by a tor
rential downpour that accompanied a
sixty-mile gale.
Nearly three inches of rain fell off
Sandy Hook. The schoon V. B. Chase
was sunk and the captain and one
sailor drowned. Four of the crew
were rescued.
Along the northern New Jersey
coast the damage is difficult to esti
mate. Seabright was again battered
by the elements. Water is two and
three feet deep in many streets in
Brooklyn and New York. No fatalities
have tten reported.
BANDITS ARE BOLD
N SAVANNAH AND CEDAR RAP RAPIDS
IDS RAPIDS DARING HOLD-UPS
ATTEMPTED
I Associated Press)
Savannah, Aug. 4. James T. Fen-
nin, aged eighteen, tried to hold up
the Merchants' National Bank this
afternoon. He shot at the teller, H.
. Williams, and was captured by the
police and citizens. He claims to be
from Jacksonville.
HE PLAYED A LONE HAND
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug. 4. The
Cedar Rapids National Bank was rob robbed
bed robbed of $21,300 today by a lone robber.
The teller was locked in the vault.
CAPTURE OF DACIA
CONFIRMED BY PRIZE COURT
(Associated Pre)
Paris, Aug. 4. The prize court has
confirmed the capture of the Ameri American
can American cotton ship, Dacia, taken by a
French cn-iser several months ago.
A full line of loose leal ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Ceng's. tf

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EVACUATION OF
WARSAW AIIIIOOIICED
OFFICIAL CLAIMS MADE OF VIC VICTORY
TORY VICTORY AT IVANGOROD
(Associated Pr)
Berlin, Aug. 4 The Overseas New3
Agency says the evacuation of War Warsaw
saw Warsaw has been announced by the Rus Russian
sian Russian legation at The Hague.
OUTER WORKS TAKEN AT IVAN IVANGOROD
GOROD IVANGOROD (Special to the Star)
.Berlin, Aug. 4. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the Germans have
stormed eight of the outer forts de defending
fending defending Ivangorod.
SIXTY OR MORE STRONG
Ocala Rifles are Preparing to Go to
the State Encampment
A big squad of the Ocala Rifles was
out on the streets drilling last night.
The boys are in good trim and made
a fine appearance. The company is
making preparations to go to the state
encampment at Black Point next
week. The officers expect a muster
of sixty-five men or more, and are
confident of making a first-class show showing.
ing. showing. BRITISH BUILT A
TIN BATTLESHIP
Drove the Austrian Monitors from
-Control of the Danube
Liverpool, Aug. 4 The story of the
work which British military and naval
men have been doing in Serbia, men mention
tion mention of which has heretofore been pro prohibited
hibited prohibited by the British censors, was
told for the first time in a lecture
given here last week by Dr. Crawford
Price.
"I am now at liberty to mention
the fact that British troops are fight fighting
ing fighting side by side with the Serbians,"
said Dr. Price. "When it became
necessary to put an end to the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian monitors on the Danube, the ma material
terial material at the service of the Serbians
was primitive. The British govern government
ment government having given its consent, a Brit British
ish British officer arrived on the scene. He
was, in fact, the greatest secret that
ever stalked through Serbia. In a few
weeks time he had the Austrian moni monitors
tors monitors bottled up.
"When the Serbians returned to
Belgrade after the evacuation anoth another
er another detachment of British troops ar arrived
rived arrived with them. A few days biter
the Serbians made an attack upon one
of the islands in the Danube. The
Austrians suddenly saw in the dark
a huge heavily armored craft bristl bristling
ing bristling with cannon bearing down upon
them, and they promptly evacuated
the island.
"They could not imagine the origin
of this river dreadnaught, which as a
matter of fact had been carefully con constructed
structed constructed by the British, and which
had formerly been a barge, but was
now covered with painted tin plates
and mounted two machine guns be behind
hind behind the bows. Another boat little
bigger than a ferry boat was rigged
out later and gained the name of
the Terror of the Danube. It was fit fitted
ted fitted with torpedoes and with Lieut.
Kerr accounted for one of the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian monitors."
The newest book, out on Aug. 8th and
for sale on that date at
3t THE BOOK SHOP.
For plumLuig and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone S0Q



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There will bo a very interesting!
double contest held at the Grinerj
Farm school house Thursday, August j
r.th. The fir.-t contest will be in sing-i

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Church Choir Sung by Zeda Cahoon j
'and Robert Suggs.
Somebody's Boy By Veda Gray
land Lester Wilson. j
1 Stand Up for Prohibition By

...$3.00
... 4.25
... 2.25
... .80

Receipts from the income tax are j tempt to put it up again. If it had
increasing. j succeeded, it would have made great
:iliicf.nti-nt. :imoriL' the neonle. II the

makintr the electric

The American consul in Warsaw is
named Hernando de Soto.

The Germans have certainly prov proved
ed proved that their claim that they needed
to go to war in order to defend them them-coIvas
coIvas them-coIvas was thft hiii-trest lie ever told

avw rr? rr
by a nation.
According to the correspondent of
the Associated Press, the Turks at
the Dardanelles are well fortified,
well provided and mighty good sol soldiers
diers soldiers to boot.
A lot of people have the habit of
lying with their mouths closed. Or Orlando
lando Orlando Sentinel.
They can't do it very well if they
lie on their backs.

old policy of

plant pay its expenses and the ex-

f 1 i 1 .1 4 r-

i penses oi several omer uqiaumaua

of the city is resumed, it will furnish

a strong argument to the people who

want to take the city's electric busi
ness away from it. The Star rec
ornmends the council to let the elec
trie current rate alone.

We wish Joe Reese of the Orlando
Reporter-Star would put his editorial
page back in the middle of his paper.
It doesn't look as good or read as
good as it used to did.
Mr. Wood of St. Petersburg may
be good gubernatorial timber. The
ntViM- candidates will make some

mighty deep cuts in him unless he is
as tough as seasoned hickory.
Russian and Japanese statesmen
forecast a closer alliance between the
two nations. Such an alliance would
threaten British and American inter interests
ests interests in the far east.

There is a sneaking suspicion that
Great Britain doesn't care one bit
how badly Germany whips Russia. J.
Bull always has an eye to the future.
Tampa Tribune.
The future is with him right now.

The Turks are 'steadily building a
railways thru Palestine toward the
Suez canal. When it is finished to
within a few miles of the canal, they
announce "that they intend to make
another attempt to invade Egypt.

The Clearwater Sun jogs Florida
people on the necessity for raising
limes. They are easy to raises grow
wild in some places and there is a
never-ceasing demand for them.

Victor Murdock. chairman of the

progressive party, says the progres progressives
sives progressives will put a ticket in the field next
year and he expects it to win. He is
almost as optimistic as H. L. Anderson.

There is a great deal of discontent
among some of the people in the vi

cinity of the water works at the noise

of the engines, which is positively

distressing to the sick or nervous

Therefore, they want the waterworks

removed to some other location. The
Star is informed by those wise to
machinery that when the new plant

is in operation, the machinery wil

make very little noise. The engines

now in use are of an obsolete pattern

and they are also old and strained

consequently they make a noise out of
pioportion to the work they do. In

addition to the new engines making
very little noise, they will be located

on the southwest corner of the lot a

considerable distance from the pres

ent pumping station. It would be very

unsafe to locate the water plant on

the Tavlor's pond property. The lot

has been a receiver for the drainage
from a large part of Ocala for half a
century, and there are very few peo people
ple people in the city who would be willing
to have the water supply drawn from
it. The consulting engineer advises
against it, and that's enough. The
fact that the ice factory Is in the
vicinity is no rule to go by. The
water from which ice is made is dis distilled
tilled distilled before it is frozen. There are
very few germs that could live an

hour in a block of ice, and none, soi

far as is known, that can survive dis

tilling. Mr. Seymour is very public
spirited in offering a lot for the wa

ter works, but he and his supporters

in the proposition forget that, in ad addition
dition addition to the great delay and extra
expense accepting it would involve
that there is a considerable difference
in elevation between his lot- and the
present location, which would tell
heavily in the water pressure neces necessary
sary necessary in case of fires. It is impossible
to locate the water works at any
place where they will suit everybody.

Its the Star's opinion, from what it

hears, that the present location will

suit more people than any other, and
that the council has acted sensibly in

deciding to use it.

Fiances Wilson and Fred Crews.

The Drunkard's Child By Aman-j

da Spencer and Lil Carpenter. :

Touch Not, Taste Not, Handle Not,

By Kate Davis ami James Ix-itner. j

Tell Him Little Lou is Dead By j

Thelma Cahoon and Harry Scarbor-.

ough.

411 Be There By Rosco Rheims.
Recitation, The Crimson Ballot

By Fred Crews.

Matron's Franchise Contest

Nature's Veto By Mrs. Cahoon.
The Vine Theory Disproved Mrs. 1

Hardster.

Rescued Mrs. Spencer.
Ma Can't Vote Mrs. Lotz.
Shall Women Have the Ballot-

Mrs. Bryant.

Let Your Women Keep Silent in the

Churches Mrs. Webber.

The Mother's Battle Mrs. Hewitt.
Song, When the Time Comes to

Vote, I'll be There, by the whole force

of contestants.

Short talk by Miss Minnie E. Neal,
the state president of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union.
Song, There's Power in a Vote.
Presentation of medals.
Collection.
Song, America.
Time, eight o'clock sharp.

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. AlcCARDELL

Copyrizht. 1915. by Roy L, McCardell

(Continued frim T.a? vTeeKJ

GRAND GOLD MEDAL CONTEST

On Friday night, August Gth, at
the Methodist church, this city, be

ginning at 8 o'clock, there will be a
declamation contest in which each
speaker who has already won, first, a

silver, then a gold medal, in previous

contests, will compete for the next
highest medal in the series, the grand

gold medal. Those contesting are:
Herbert Denham and Miss Mary Belle
Wilson of Reddick, W'ilson Barrett of
Belleview, Lester Wilson of Griner
Farm, Miss Emelia Sneller of Mont Mont-brook,
brook, Mont-brook, Miss Cevie Roberts of Ocala
and Miss Mamie Ruth Sanders of
Dunnellon. Miss Minnie E. Neal of
Jacksonville will be present Every Everyone
one Everyone is invited.

$10,000 For 1,000
Words or Less
For an Idea For a Sequel to
"THE
DIAMOND FROM
THE SKY"
The American Film Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company's Picturized
Romantic Novel In Chapters.

Thi contest is open to any man.
woman or child who is not connected,
directly or indirectly, with the film
Company or the newspapers publish publishing
ing publishing the continued story- No literary
ability is necessary to qualify as a
contestant.
You are advised to see the continued
photo play in the theaters where it will
be shown to read the story as it runs
every week, and then send in your
suggestion. Contestants must con confine
fine confine their contributions for the sequel
to 1,000 tvords or less. It is
the idea that is wanted.

the mo-t for sweet Esther, came the

botninz r lzeon to the rocks where It
L.nl been reared, and here Ilagar mw J
It fly In r bolen with Its mesiage and
rend the cnll for her thnt Est.ier tent
It did n"t take her h-cg to mount and
rile away. j
Within a few Lours she wag at Dr.
Lef c. ;t.iv to Uiid Esther already ;
cast out by the c-M. rrud wilow of
Judre Stanley-. Iilair Stanley's mother.
a::d i.t of kin to Ir. If. For the
d--:tor -had delayed. In his easy going

war, jut !;- iiv t" I ti iT to nuopi

Esth.-r J'-aHy. t tell Lor who she was
aiid to she rc::ti:il the heritage of

! Stanley hall and what was left of the
) estate the support-. I h.-lr vas wildly
IS'iuni-derlng.
So It w as Ila-rnr arrived jut in time
, t K'aro the shrinking Ether from fur fur-i
i fur-i th-r humiliation. Aiul as they rode

tome In the duk and t fiwl the font

1 nt the rivt-r i..ar the cpsy camp, the

! only home that sweet Esther seemed

l fated ti know, the h-M.fs of I Invar's
j hore. that lre them ljth. splashed
I water on the face of what seemed the
I corpse of a man in the sed.re.
j And the face of the seem ins corpse
j wus the face of Arthur Stanley. sou
i of Il.-tuar!
j At I In gar's wild calls the gypsies

came rumiing from their camp not tAX

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PICNIC AT ANTHONY

It is learned that Louis It. Chazal
& Son Co., in connection with their
wholesale corn business, will manu manufacture
facture manufacture meal. Machinery for this
purpose will be placed in the ware warehouse
house warehouse of the company.

Elsewhere- you will find the adver advertisement
tisement advertisement of St. Leo College, which
opens six weeks from today. St. Leo

is a superb school, and if you have a

boy to educate, it will pay you to send

for a catalogue and peruse it care

fully.

In arresting and jailing steamboat

captains and engineers and govern

ment inspectors in Chicago, on ac

count of the Eastland disaster, the

officials are after the wrong men.

What they need to do is to put the
owners of the boat in jail. Some of

these days a bunch of outraged peo

ple will capture some greedy capital capitalist,
ist, capitalist, responsible for such a massacre
as that of the Eastland, and tear him

to pieces. And they will be doing ex exactly
actly exactly right.

Henry James, the novelist, who has

lived in England for the last many

years, has given up his American cit
izenship and become a British sub

ject. We can well spare him. One

eood farmer or mechanic is worth

more than a dozen Henry Jameses.

Suppose we had followed Germany's
Belgian example and burned Port au

Prince and killed the inhabitants
when two of our men were shot by

snipers! Columbia State.
Germany would denounce us for our
inhumanity, of course.

Don't forget that everybody is in

vited to attend the basket picnic at

Anthony, Tuesday, August 17th. All
the adjoining towns are invited to
come and help make the day a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant one. There will be speaking and a

short program, also plenty of re refreshments
freshments refreshments to be sold for church ben benefits.
efits. benefits. The editors of the Star and

Banner are especially invited to come
and make us a speech. Committee.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'a hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 720 o'clock.

Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmor.s, Sec'y.

OCALA LODGE NO. 28G, B. P. O. E.

Mrs. Becker had "Murdered by

Governor Whitman" inscribed on the
plate on her husband's coffin.' The

inscription was removed at the re

quest of the police, who said it would

bo a criminal libel against the gov

etnor. Its the Star's opinion that
Whitman would not have paid the

slightest attention to it.

Prohibition is again the main issue
before the Georgia legislature. The
extreme prohibitionists declare that
no appropriation bills shall pass until
the measures they demand are enact enacted
ed enacted into law. They aim at making
Georgia air tight as well as dry.

. In asking the republics of Latin
America to help restore order in

Mexico, the United States may be

either strengthening itself or mak

ing a confession of weakness. Time

will tell which, it would be a very

good thing if all the nations of Amer

ica would form an offensive and de defensive
fensive defensive alliance, but the Star doubts

that it can be done.

They had some rain in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, but after what we saw in the
Independent about seven revivals be being
ing being needed in that town, we are not
surprised. If they don't listen to the
Independent and reform, it will rain
fire next time.

If that Clearwater jail were in St.
Petersburg the people here would, on
general principles insist that it be
put into good shape before the tour tourists
ists tourists begin to arrive. St. Petersburg
Independent.
Tourists had, better stop in Ocala
where we put them in a hotel.

Its the Star's opinion that a large
majority of the people of this city
want electric current at the lowest

rate compatible with running the
plant at a small .profit. At the re

cent meeting of the council, it was re

solved to put on the six-cent rate. At

last night's meeting there was an at-

When Mr. Bryan left the state de
partment, he took with him the his

toric old desk which had been used by

many former secretaries of state for

fifty years. The desk was the prop

erty of the United States government

and if it had been carried off by th

janitor the act would have been con

sidered plain stealing. Mr. Bryan has
never been noted for delicacy of feel feel-in
in feel-in cr.

Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth 'Buesday even-

ngs in each month. Visiting breth-

rn aiwavs welcome. jiuu nouse

opposite postofllce, ast side.

L. II. von bngelken, iu. K.
Nelson Geise, Secietary. At.

SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP CHAPTERS.
TERS. CHAPTERS. A bitter feud has existed between Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Arthur Stanley nnl his cousin. Judge
Umar Stanley. The tw has been en en-KemlereJ
KemlereJ en-KemlereJ In family jealousy over an hoir hoir-lom,
lom, hoir-lom, the li"monil from the sky, that
was foun.l in a fallen meteor by an ad adventurer
venturer adventurer ancestor. Alo. the pucresslon
to the Stanley enrldom in England may
come to an American Stanley. When
a daughter la born to Colonel Stanley of
the eldest branch of the Stanley In
Am-tr. ci ml h. mnthf-r Cit the child

dies at ita birth, the chnrlned colonel j sky.

buys a newborn e'ly toy ana euo&u euo&u-tutes
tutes euo&u-tutes him as heir. Three years later the
Kypsy mother, having had no part In this
bargain. Fteals the colonel's little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, being reared In secret, and leaves her
own eon undetected ns the heir. Tho Ryp Ryp-v
v Ryp-v mother has alfo obtained possession
of the diamond from the Fky and a docu

ment containing the secret of the raise
heir. She rears the little girl. Esther
Stanley, as her own and grows to love
her. When Esther Is grown a beautiful
young girl. Ilagar. now gyr iueen. re

turns to Virginia w'th her. Mi? r.ns a

wild pl.in that Dr. l.ee, the late Colonel
Stanley's old friend, may now adopt Es

ther, as originally intend.-d. Her hope also

Is that her son. the supposed Artnur btan btan-ley
ley btan-ley 2d. may fall In love with Esther
and thus the innocent girl may become

bv marriage what the is by birth mis

tress of Stanley hall. Dr. Eee adopt
Esther, but also demands that Ilagar turn
over to his custody the diamond from

the Eky. Dr. Lee also Informs Ilagar

that her unn, the purposed Arthur Stan Stanley
ley Stanley 2d. Is a profligate and not worthy of
Esther, but llaear hopes for the best and

with her if-plo dtprtrt. Artnur hianiej

does fall in love with Esther ana no aes

his boon companion. Illalr Stanley, the
cousin who would be tho rightful male
heir of Stanley were the Stanley fecret
known. In stealing the diamond Iilalr

causes the death of the doctor. Outside
Is Arthur, serenading Esther, lllalr. es

caping. Insultingly Infers to Arthur that
he has left Esther's room. Arthur forces
him to flcrht a duel in which Arthur Is
victor and tumbles Blilr Into an open
grave. He searches Elalr ami takes the
diamond from the sky. Ulalr is only,
stunned nnd tries, with the aid of his
mother, to place the blame for the mur murder
der murder of Dr. Lee upon Arthur. The sheriff
attempts to take Arthur, but after a
thrilling drive in a hlzh powered motor motorcar
car motorcar Arthur eludes his pursuers and k
thrown Into tho river after a sniri?hu;
His body Is seen floating down the riv- r

iV .vtfViv rf'jw; ;

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suffer!

se lactve -the pixresir

When you "fel bad" do not delay seeing your doctor and coming
to our drug store. It is easier and cheaper to prevent sickness than
to cure it once it is fastened upon you.
When you get your medicines from us they will be pure, fresh
and effective you can KNOW that they are right
4nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE

V

This is our

HOFFMAN PRESS

Manufactured for the pressing of

Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.

The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and sea

it do the woik.

ftrnin sfpain Tinndrv

Haaur Tell Arthur of Hi Parentaae. Ar-" 11 Vl V

I'hone 101 402-401 South Mam M-

from the river bank. The unconscious

form f Arthur was tenderly borne to I .:-:-.:-:-:--:-:.:-:---:--:k-c-::-:--:--: :-:-::--::::--:- -::-:-:--:-

Hngrir's luxurious van. Hut ere they

bore him then? II a gar's hand, feeling

for his fulnt heart leats in the dusk.

had closet! about the diamond from the

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge Xo. 22. I. O. O. F

mets iu Youge s Hall every Tuesday

evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting

brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

Distracting Ksther's agonized atten

tion, Ilagar had unclasid the great
jewel and hidden It In her breast un

seen, si-arce knowing why she did so.

When Arthur recovered conscious consciousness
ness consciousness Sheriff Swain nnd his deputy had
reached the camp In their search nnd

Inquired for the fugitive. No corpse

had leen found when the wrecked and

overturned nuto had been dragged from

the river bed. nnd the sheriff knew that

Arthur Stanley, dead or alive, had Coat

ed unseerf down the river. The sheriff

failed to llnd Arthur at the camp.

It was Willi blazing eyes that Ilngar

confronted Arthur when he was strong

enough to bear her fierce reiroaches.

"Mv sacrisiee has leen all In vain.'

she cried bitterly. A ruined man and
a murderer, you have wasted every

chance in life for which I bowed, my

head In bitterness nnd sorrow. Hetter

had you Ikhii bred the poor gypsy you

were born, rather than to be a fugitive

(Continued on Third Page)

THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAFKSr

A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.

Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

PHONE 34

OCALA, FLA.

ANNUAL

(MTAllrWORE EXCURSION

C. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

CHAPTER VII.
The Prodigal's Progress.

LIKE Rachel of oTd. Il-tgnr. the
srypsy. "mourned fr her rhil
f dren and would n t com comforted."
forted." comforted." Tho ye?rs h.id brought

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Kmbalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

VIA
ATLANTDC.AST UNE
RTANDAItl HAIMIOAD OF THE SOUTH
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OCALA
Washington, D. C $20.80 Richmond, Va $18.40
Norfolk, Va 18.80 Daltimore, Md 22.80
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Wilmington, N. C $12.00 Chattanooga, Tenn $13.80
Winston-Salem. N. C 14.00 Monteagle, Tenn 15.03
Hot Springs, Va 18.50 Mammoth Cave, Ky 17.93
Roanoke, Va 16.25 Warm Springs, Ga. 9.00

Tickets sold August 11th. Limit August 20th. For further information
or reservations call on A. C. L. ticket agent or
A. W. FRITOT. J. G. KIRK LAND,
Division Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville. Tampa.

' Mclvcr & MacKay

)HrtIONMUXN MASONIC TODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

A. M., meets on the first and third

Thursday evening3 of each month at

8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

A. rJ. iJurnett, w. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

WOOIMK OF THE WORLD

MISTOOK HIS MEANING

There is a bald-headed man up in
Georgia a man so bald-headed that
when his hat is off he looks partly un undressed.
dressed. undressed. The representative of a
hairdressing establishment heard
about it and went to see him.
"I would like to interest you in a
toupee," began the salesman. "We can
serve you in a
"Yes; I've been thinking abcut buy buying
ing buying a car," said the bald-headed man;

"but I've about decided to get a Max

well."

Fo-t King Camp No. 14 mrets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are aiwavs welcome.
J. W Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
CasrVe Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial weloome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Chai. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. II?, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chanter No. 13. R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in every month at

8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, II. P.

Jake r.'OJrn, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LOIGE F. I. YF A.
Concordia LoJe. Fraternal Union

of America, meets in onsrts Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of

each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

nought but a harvest of heartaches fo

1 1 n ir:i r.

The son she had borne had been torn UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

from her ere scarce ; she iwt ms jII0NES 47, 104, 303

nine ueuu uumium m

Another fresh shipment of Triola

sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.

OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 25
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.

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PHONF 503:
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK
At Srooak's Wagon Shop.

White Star Line Transfer Co.

TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY
PHONE 296

HAULING DONE

We sell
REAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

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Packing, Storing,
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
Baggage Service

the Best

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

FARE $522 HAILY BETWEEN

BUFFALO &

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PS

And the Face Was That of Arthur
Stanley, Son of Hagar!
for the child she had taken from the
house of tlose she decimal h: r ene ene-uiles,
uiles, ene-uiles, the girl Esther, the child Le h id
taken in retribution for the preat
wrong done her, the chl'.d shy Luid nur nurtured
tured nurtured in hate nnd had grown to love
with every tller of her l-in::. sweet
Esther, tho rightful Stanley, of her.
too. Ilajmr was now bereft bereft-Here,
Here, bereft-Here, w hile her bud heart still moum-

1 -CLEVEIAND

Tbe Gremt SUp -SEEANDBEE"

L. ALEXANDER

FR.VCTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Cartful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

Ki Thm Urt"

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CITY OF LKiL. 3 MaTgeT mmr I vr jj

P. M.

rVfroit mt all points Wert and
clwl mrm cruad fur iraiMMruua

v. HurrALU uanv. iuav in iu ucc a

CnrmwCu-j at (VrW for OdarVomt. lut-v-ly.

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THE CLEVLLAWU 9c BUtfALU tKAiuii -- II

X tntmnur of 1 lo rti
aad manmc Ala ta

Put -Your Ad. in the Star.



OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY. AUGUST I. 1913

THREE
ORCHESTRA
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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TRIP TO
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All

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JhAY

(If you have any item- for thi-: department, call 'phone 106)

-AT THE

TEMPLE THEATER

Thought fui tin- D:iv

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w.- livf a

ifi thf truth

nr.

t rr tin ii tiu-v will iro to Lake Weir, the

an t' i r.ul. When ' aut'ul I,eiV Taylor home there le le-I
I le-I 'itr :..1 ( ..ntir.Jc -- ready for occupancy by that time.

PROGRAM

THE. FACE OF THE MADONNA
Kalem three-reel drama, featurine Aice Joyce an(, Guy Coomh
THE GUTTERSNIPE
Vitarraph Comedy, featuring Lillian Walker and Charles Kent.
IVATIIE NEWS
Allied fleet entering the Dardanelles, p Morgan ?ro
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Olo 10:30. FIVE AND TEN CENTS

the deal for that real estate has been c'osed and the thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county hah t lfiO
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellane. i rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and amog tiuse is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man krowa
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.

florida title and abstract corporation

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.

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i-ai.fM.-r. Kf.-ca!.'.
ir the -reate.-t
Truth icjuire-

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i..rn :- hvr
( n.'.-lzoiu'l
. ,h.- frcv!.

;:r ;ci'lin-.i. j
a .thji it v. Sht is

. 1 IUlII
watch watch-on
on watch-on hr-r
gi-.-.

Mr?. Harry Whittinu'ton and two
children are spending this week visit visit-ir
ir visit-ir at i-'iemington.

.i

uth-.rity. Tiwth r.ct

lay .f Mr. arid Mr.s. Joe White.

. her own

co-rnt-tic- i.'i

a-hatn-! to 1...- Li,,wn as faked truth.
She rnakf s no fiij tuli';--. Jhe mu.-t Le
sought after, to ohtain her comrade-

! i-hip. 1 .alter y l- t o a' ;iil in ap-j
' piacliitig tr utli. 4.-u a? d .-hall'

: Mr-. W. II. Herring and Misses Her-

r-" i i inirton, of Plar.t City., who aie sum-

FROCU3 OCALA
Rate permits tfoing via One Route and Returning Another.

! receive' -eem-- to Ie nece.-.sarv. Truth;

is the .-aine ye.-teiday, t!ay and for-:

Mr. W. A. Redding, of Jacksonville,
h r ived last niirht to visit his mother.

E. J. Redding, for a few days.

jeer. Error i- transitory, often char.g-
ing her garb, continually looking for
authority to uj)hoh! her, always fliit-

irg, and has n.any d'voted, delmled
slaves." From "A 'a!l for Fait.-rs," I

lv James Rus--ll Price.

Miss Onie Ch;;al

gi:esi oi .wiss i.aroiinc

1T t -r- if. T

I .or. anu .his. Jienry i.vingsion ie ie-jt'iriied
jt'iriied ie-jt'iriied la.-t night from a week's Lusi Lusi-j
j Lusi-j ne-- trip to South Carolina. They
I made hi ief stops at Orangeburg, Kit-
' I! It'll 1 1 ..

enniLTs .villi--, pringneni anu tner

ij'omts. A portion of their trip was

made via automobile and they report

j having had a delightful time, in spite
is the over-niirhtl,,;- tm. fat.t that they are experienced

Ilarriss, m-

warmer weather than at home.

ing up toiiay trorn Woodmar to attend j mm.
the danee to he given this evening l.y Mr am, M Frank Drake and

Miss Mabel Metfeit at the oman.s! j

Club. Other members of the Laker

Weir contingent who are in town to tonight
night tonight for the same purpose are Misses
Elizabeth Davis, Illair Wood row,
Messrs. Robert and Alfred MacKay,
Edward IJrooks and James Hill.
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Miss Franklin Harvey, who since
leaving Ocala, has been visiting Mrs.
W. II. Drayton in Gainesville, and
Mrs. Edward Anderson in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, sailed yesterday from the latter
city for her home in Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb and Miss Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Gottlieb left this afternoon for
Lake Weir to sperd sometime. They
have taken a room with Mrs. C. E.
Conner.
Mr. and Mrs UVner Norwood have
moved into th? House on Daugherty
street vacated le.ont'y Ly Mr. W. P.
Eichey and family.
Mrs. Mae Eingham and daughter,
Miis Edlocke, and Miss Winnie Hunt
art planning for a visit to the Panama-Pacific
Exposition, to be followed
by a vacation among the mountains of
New Mexico. They intend to leave
Aug. 21 and travel via the A. C. L.
and the L. &. N. Their route will be
from Jacksonville to Chicago, thence
via Omaha, Denver and Salt Lake to
San Francisco. Leaving Frisco they
will come via Los Angeles to Al Albuquerque,
buquerque, Albuquerque, and there will leave the
railroad and take the ftage for the
home of Mrs. Pingham's cousin, Mr.
J. II. Block, at La Jemez Hot Springs
in the mountains. These springs, tho
they have little national reputation,
have been known to the Mexicans for
hundreds of years as a health resort.
Mrs. Bingham's cousin and family
have made their home there for a long
time, and she was their guest some
years ago. The party expects to make
a pleasant and beneficial Ptay of a
month or more at the springs, and
will probably leave Miss Edlocke for
a year's or more sojourn. Mrs. Bing Bingham
ham Bingham and Miss Hunt will return via
Kansas City and Chicago, and will be
heme some time in October.

iss Gladys Drake, will leave Friday

for Jacksonville to spend a few ds.

Mrs. Cecil Bryant and i l:-en
have gone to Asheville, N. C, to sp'
the remainder of the summer.
m
Major and Mrs. R. A. Green left
today for Nashville, Tenn., where they
will be for some time while Major
Green buys peaches for his house.
Mrs. B. Goldman and two small
children have returned from a visit
to her mother in Savannah. Mr. Jake
Goldman and Miss Minnie Goldman
will remain for a short time longer in
Savannah.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zetrouer are
visiting Mrs. L. Wilson at Pablo
Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Thomas con concluded
cluded concluded this afternoon a brief visit to
their cousin, Mr. J. M. Thomas, leav leaving
ing leaving on the limited for their home in

Atlanta,
home by
who will
weeks.

They were accompanied
Miss Callie Gissendaner,
be their guest for several

Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and
Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at. the
Temple Theater. -

Advertise uin the Star.

Mrs. E. II. Martin and Mrs. R. G.
Todd departed this afternoon for
North Carolina to spend a month or
six weeks near Franklin. They will
be met in Franklin by Mr. Martin,
who left for there last Thursday.
During Captain Edward Drake's
absence at Black Point, Mrs. Drake
and two children will visit relatives
in Jacksonville, leaving for there
next Tuesday.
Misses Minnie and Susan Stovall,
accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. T. L.
Stovall, and their cousin, Mrs. Wilson

Baugh, of Mayfield, Ky., are spending i'iorida

the summer in the Catskill mountains
and are enjoying a most delightful
and beneficial outing. They will be
joined later by Col. Stovall of the Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, who will spend several weeks
with them touring the New England
states.- Tribune.

Miss Gladys Drake has returned
from a pleasant visit of a week to
Miss Clarice Watkins at Micanopy.
Mr. ami Mrs. L. B. McKenzie are
guests for a few days of Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Mai tin at Eake Weir.

ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD

The annual barbecue at Oxford will
be held on the first Saturday in Aug August,
ust, August, being the 7th day of the month.
Arrangements will he made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar barbecued
becued barbecued beef. Cold drinks and ice
cream will be on hand all day. Every
etToi t possible will be made for social
entertainment. Everybody invited to
come and bring their friends. We will
do all we can to make the day pleas pleas-'int
'int pleas-'int and profitable for you.
Signed: F. M. Hammonds. R. M.
Dri"rers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowmar.
L. R. Lee, T. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, committee in charge.

FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE

If you will get a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and observe the di directions
rections directions given therewith faithfully,
you will recover in much less time
than is usually required. Obtainable
everywhere.
SEE HlK FARM on tTie Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf

W. K. Lane, M. D-, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Law Library Building. Ocala.

Mrs. George Close returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a short visit to relatives at
Fort McCoy.

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gray of Tampa
are at Lake Weir, the guests of Mrs.
Gray's brother and sister, Mr. John
Carney and Mrs. James II. Hill.
Miss Marie Haile who left Monday
night with her mother and sisters for
Virginia, will not returned home in
the fall but will spend the winter in
Virginia.
Miss Byrd Wartmann left Tuesday
for Lady Lake to visit Mrs. Frank A.
Teague for a week or ten days.
The young ladies' auction club will
be entertained Friday afternoon by
Miss Hope Robinson.
Miss Eugenia Fuller leaves on the
sixteenth for Galbraith Springs,
Tenn., to remain until the last of
September.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Taylor and Dr. and Mrs.
E. L. Scott and daughter Kathleen, of
Birmingham, left today for Pass-a
Grille to spend two weeks. On their

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Jacksonville
TO
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New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
Address
II. C. A VERY. AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

The Oretga Kennels
REGISTERED
Airedales, Bull Terriers, Collies.
Duroc Jersey Hogs, Rufus Red
Belgian Hares.
THOROUGHBRED
Black Orpington Fowls, Carnaur;
and Homer Pigeons, Mammoth
Bull Frog Breede..
Write for folder wanted.
Jacksonville, - Florida.

Fast Solid Through Steel Train Leaves Jacksonville Daily at 8:30 P. M.
for Chicago with Through Sleeper to St. Louis, offers you a route through
Scenic America to California.

Low Round Trip Tickets on sale Daily to

CHICAGO

ST, LOUIS

COLORADO

LET US PLAN YOUR TRIP
For handsome books on Summer Resorts and California Expositions, and
for routes and reservations write
J. A. VON DOHLEN, Fla. Pas. Agt, N. C. St. L R. R.
JACKSONVILLE - . FLORIDA

(Continued from Page Two)
Impostor who h.is squandered a herit heritage
age heritage that was not Ids!"
Arthur regarded her a though she
were, what she seemed to him. an In In-snno
snno In-snno harridan, who raged at him In
half Incoherent frenzy. Then Hagar
drew a hrnss Itcund hox from Its hid hiding
ing hiding i dace. and. owning It with n key
from her bosom, hamk-d him a sealed
d'M-unient. yellow and musty with age,
on the outside of which were the
words:
"To he njHned only after my death
In rase my son, Arthur Stanley 2d,
should prove unworthy of the name of
Stanley."
With trembling hands lie broke the
seal and realized the woman before
him had sk ken the dreadful truth.
For (here, n Mixed, was the signature of
Colonel Stanley, which he knew well,
nnd also Dr. Ia-g'a, also known to him.
ns witness.
"Nothing lelon?s to you, not even
your ii.-une. and much less this for
which you stained j-our hands with
blood!" cried Hagar hysterically. And
she threw down Into the open brass
box with a gesture of disdain the dia diamond
mond diamond from the sky.
"Hut I am not guilty of the death
of Dr. Te; lie was my friend, re replied
plied replied Arthur hoarsely. "I did kill my
supposed cousin Itlalr, and he now
lies in a grave dug for nnother, but not
for this," nnd he ioIiited to the baleful
jewel. "I killed Itlalr Stanley because
be spoke ill of Esther. Why have you
driven her out to reproach me with
what I am not guilty? Tell m. If I
am not Arthur Stanley, who Is she?
Is she my sister? I ask this, for by
every wild deed of my reckless life in
the past and for every good deed I
hope to achieve I love her!'
"Xo matter who she Is. you are not
good enough to breathe the same air
with her!" replied Hagar fiercely.
"Make the better man of yourself that
you boast you will! Make a name for
yourself In place of the one you have
lost and then return to me for a moth mother's
er's mother's blessing and to learn who Es Esther
ther Esther Is!
So saying Hagar, for she felt her
fortitude giving way, walked "with dry
ej-es and head erect from the van.
Arthur picked up the diamond from
the sky. In iter agitation Hagar had
forgotten it. and Arthur was of the
belief that his Spartan mother had left
it there that he might take It and
make some temporary use of It to
build his fortunes with. For Arthur
believed that Ulalr still lay dead by
his hand In the grave dug for another,
and with him the lut male Stanley
save the old earl in England had per perished.
ished. perished. As Arthur passed from the van he
saw Esther come toward him from
Ilaghr s side and was glad to note his
tierce, stern mother made no attempt
to stay her. And Esther had evident evidently
ly evidently been told as much as Hagar cared
to toll her.
She called him "brother and walk walked
ed walked with him to the wiod at the edge
of the camp, and there they paused
and i:i-n!e tluir f.ir.vt-!ls.
"P.4- a go 1 ni.iu. Arthur, my broth brother,
er, brother, and It t ni !' proud of youT Es Es-thr
thr Es-thr ois ere 1 tenderly. And Arthur
f!d--d h r to hi heart and kissvd her
and st rod.' aA iy
He l.iki-l l.o k n-e mid saw her
leaning ;i 5it-t a grc;it tr-e and weep weeping.
ing. weeping. I'.ut ij'-i: li r he nr the weeping
Esther l.t l.id the dark face of I.uke
I.owil i-riii4 at them through the
shnil.ln.-ry.
It was nt until next morning that
Hagar sought fr the diamond and
found It missing. Again her rage at
Arthur hurm-d high. Hagar hated the
Stanley name and dsplsed every Stan Stanley
ley Stanley p's--si.n. but she was resolved
sine.? all th? Stanley line was near at
end that Esther, defrauded of every
othT birthright, should have the dia diamond
mond diamond fp'in the sky.
Hagar had n- t wholly 1-elieved Ar Arthur
thur Arthur g'llliy ( Ir. Ie's murder, even
V!: a he bad leaii.ed of his being
su-ie ,,'. f t .:. i;-i!i.r's Hps when she
hal e. -me f-r I", the;- t Fairfax the
day l. -f. :e. llauar resolved to go to
l:h hi, .!!!. the laaie-t big city, feel feeling
ing feeling sni.- Arth ;r would there la Lld-!!!-.
i.'i i! ling tdm and se-
t urb.g the ;; .!!! from the sky for

E.-fh'T.

L'lve Artln:
law.

in u a ucjc t;efssary to

; ; own son. up to the

ContInued Tomorrow)
FRESH buttermiiK at the Court
Pharmacy fountain every day. it

THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY "BELIEVE IN OUR
JEWELRY STORE FOR JUST ONE BIG REASONWE HAVE
NEVER DECEIVED A CUSTOMER.
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS, FIRST, BY CARRYING
ONLY JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS WE KNOW
TO BE SUPERB IN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN STYLE, AND
SECONDLY, BY ASKING FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE
PRICE.
WE MAKF 'QUALITY RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
OCfUfVS RELIABLE JEWELER

NEW YORK AND RETURN

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. R WFN7FI ; FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot "of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

ilysferies of ilieiiinaflsii

Action in ihe Tissues of a Remarkable Anfifbio

S. S. S. Is a Regular Wizard la Drfrinz Out Rheumatism.

"Rheumatism I often the tfTect of fne
other blool affliction that has U-ft it. im impress
press impress in the Joints, muwles an-1 inutoi.s
covering of the ly. It works info tl.o
ttesue cells, thtme tiny, little l-io!es in
which nutrition goes .n. Ami it Ia here
that a. mostt remarkMe medicine kn-mn
as S. S. S. does Its most active ami mt
effective work.
Its action U mv .-e!otis. BcdrKM'n
rheumatics get on their f?-t as if ly
magic. That "". clammy n-nviti'-n th t
made you huRTl red hot flove U ,-.t. in
a twinkling. That excruciating i .t.n Ih t
made a feather lay as heavy a a t -n f
coal on the nkln la gne. You c.t uy ut.l
dance with glee.
Your rheumatism Is frone 3s.!;tf- '!
It Is an actual logical fact, Ih.tt .wtrr
Fure Specific flushes your l.l.-l. ;v. -s
your entire blood cirrulntin :i lit
thorough bath. It Jiift r-atuniliy nn.; In o
twinkling Irrigates evtry atom la jc-ur

W!y. It rushes Into every cell, cansaa
very borte. muHe. ligament, tendon.
r::wtui furface an-1 every nerve to thrill
v.ifh fre-d.iT. with health, with new
fi.iir.d f nririKine.
And bt of all. S. S. S. though a iW-
rful M-ai hlT.K. overwhelming enemy to
lin nd tfie cauwj of rheumatism is a-S
j.'ire us the dew on a jeach blossom
i.-r rf jI :.s the heroic works of nature,
i searc hing as the rremptory demand of
tUj most .-xact science.
Ark. t'-r ar-l ln.sit upon getting S. O. S,
t! world" cure for rheumatism.
!" r j.rivte, jrsonal advice oil 0tuT
l-"n cl.ro -ie 1 1 umritl?m write at one
t. i t- J-wirt F'.ii tUc Co.. 203 Swift Bond
i'.iu .Atlanta, fla. Their medical depart depart-i
i depart-i i-ti. I. f jmoti3 on all blood diseases, and
equipped to make perscnal blooi testa,
:.r; rovrl by the highest medical autbotl-C-t
a bottle of a 8. a today. Then
uh t c x.3 rheumatism lor all timet

Put your AD. in the STAR,



OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY. AUGUST J, 1913

FOUR
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l s -n. -r- -w i -m -r yi i S

h I If 1 A I l I II "I .1 K P VI P 2

HIGGINBOTHAM-GATES

Masons meet Thursday evening.

Mr. John T. Moore went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last night.

Mr. W. W. Condon
from Jacksonville.

has returned

Have you tried those delicious Max

ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.

The "New Exploits of Elaine," as
shown at the Temple last night, seem
an interesting as the old ones and will
keep -up the crowds. Tonight there
will he "The Face of the Madonna," a
Kalem three-reel drama, "The Gut Guttersnipe,"
tersnipe," Guttersnipe," Vitagraph comedy, and a
specially interesting Pathe News
rf-fl. showincr fighting at the Darda

nelles and incidents concerning the

shooting of J. P. Morgan.

Mr. and Mrs. James Madison Gates
of Anthony, announce the approach approaching
ing approaching marriage of their daughter Sue,
tr Mr. Nolan Kirby Higginbotham of
Gainesville, Fla., on Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon at half past two o'clock at the
Methodist Episcopal church, South.

Our sheet music stock is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8-2-tf Lattner's Piano Store.

The Odd Fellows had a well
tended and interesting meeting
their hall last night.

at-at

The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents

per glass. Try it.

tf

Mr. Joe Mathews of Flemington

was in town today. He is wearing a
"Marion" badge.

Tomorrow may be too late, so come
now and get your share of ALPINE
FLAX stationery below cost. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

Rev. Z. A. Crumpton of Berlin was
in the city today, attending to busi business
ness business affairs.

Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf

Mr. Jos. W. Dodge has returned
from a pleasant visit to his family in
Jacksonville.

Probably the most enthusiastic
worker for the Ocala and Silver
Springs canal is Mr. Baxter Carn of
the Cam-Thomas Co. Mr. Carn is al always
ways always a solid supporter of anything he

believes in, whether it be the church,
lodge or business enterprise, and if all
Ktnfk as faithfullv as he does more

undertakings would be put thru.

Mr. J. M. Barco of Cotton Plant
was in town today and says that pre

cinct will vote against division.

A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf.

Mr. C. H. Dame left Tuesday on a
two weeks' business trip to Lakeland,
Fort Meade and Plant City.

purest and most healthful of ALL
Bummer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

Mrs. C. II. Shaw of Zuber, district
superintendent of the medal contests,

was in town today making final ar

rangements for the gold medal contest

which will take place at the Methodist

church Friday night.

Mrs. G. D. Washburn entertained
her Sunday school class of twelve

girls of the North Ocala church this
afternoon at a delightful party. A

pleasant time was spent by all. Cake

and grapejuice were served during the

afternoon.

NEW NOVELS

The members of the Moose should j

not forget the meeting at .Mr. k. r.

'ogers office tonight, in order to de

bate on lodge affairs.

Don't forget the ball game be

tween the Indians and the local team

omorrow afternoon. It promises to

e the most interesting of the season.

Master Dan Burry of Orange Lake

arrived today and will be the guest

of Master Charlie Clayton for a few

days.

Dr. W. V. Newsom, who was operat-

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HOW OLD ARE YOU?

W w mm mm w mm 'w w m jmm
Do You Kriow Your Age and tho Yr I f
and Day of Your BirthT j
How o!d are you? When were joa

WEATHER REPORT
This report Is made from observa

tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.

to his home this afternoon.

ed on at the hospital recently, had im- Weihe, official observer for the gov-

proved so much that he was removed ernment. Max. Min R. F.

July 1 SS TZ .24

July 2 88

Mr. W. A. Redding, cashier of one July 3 91

of the big banks of Jacksonville and a July 4 .05

former Ocala resident, is in the city July T 90

for a day's visit to hfs mother. July o 90

July 7 94

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Mr. L. W. Duval leaves tomorrow July

to join his family at their former July 9

home in Kentucky and to visit among July 10

relatives for the remainder of the July 11

summer.
July 12

July 13

OnitA n rmmhpr of Ocala oeorjle ex-IJuly 14

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pect to attend the picnic at Oxford July 15
Saturday. Among them will proba- July 1G

bly be Mrs. B. F. Borden and family, July 17

Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and family, Dr. July 18

and Mrs. Van Hood, Dr. and Mrs. July IM

Walter Hood, Mr. E. L. Stapp, Mrs. J. July 20

II. Brinson and many others, who will July 21

July 22

on

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.90
.81

Fifty LATEST novels and two hun

dred best titles at 50c, just received 0 jf tney can fin(i conveyances.

at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t July 23 .81

the Ocala July 24 8G

The officials of the Marion County House Wine Rooms had a birthday July 25 St

Fair Association are fixing up the old todav. We don't know which one it Jply 2G 86

Board of Trade room in the Ocala vvas Ed. was a young man when he July 27

t- -1 i t-i n!i i t i 4. i TfnnsjA T find will ocen their offices lnls.nnta Virr-o nml Vn tippn crnwinc July 28 87

rausi. riue iviuuuii utei, uic ucsi,i i --iv, i

it this afternoon or tomorrow. vounerer ever since but he was call- Juiy OJ

ing in his friends of whom he has I July 30 87

Mr. W. O. Brewer of Romeo was in manv to help him celebrate. He set July 31 oi

4-. Ua tn nil nnlnlMif n tinnst trrf hsnme lnnrVl. whirh I Aug. 1

Lt Y 1 1 llfUdJr AXG tAl-vnu.u w m. v-... i vruv I

people a cordial invitation to attend was partaken of by many and enjoy

Mr. and Mrs. Kemp and daughter
Miss Lorayne expect to leave for their
tigw home in St. Petersburg Saturday
er Sunday. Mrs. Kemp and Miss
tidrayne are guests of Mrs. Weller
Carmichael until they leave.

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born? S If roti really know. See If

your children know how old they are.
! I not latisrb nt these simple questions
until yu try the test,
i According to a rwent !."ue of the
! Unltl States public health service fe fe-i
i fe-i iorts. It I.h a common occurrence to find
! ec1jx1 t hlldren. even high scbo. pu pu-j
j pu-j pIU In the junior and senior jear,
who cannot tell bow old they are. or
who. if they know their nee. cannot

tell accurately in what year they were
irn.
You will need this Information when
you apply for a marriage license, or la
registering for voting, or in seeking a
government ltiij. or In case you
claim that you are heir to a fortune
that Is going to tome other person.
You may have to go under oath as to
your age when you pay your custom
duties upon return from your next
European trip. So you should practice.
In some of our states there Is no
birth registration, so you may not be
able to prove from the records that
you ever were born. This might be
embarrassing to you tf you want to
marry in Europe.
Perhaps the easiest way to remember
your age is to form some Jingle or
rime on your birth year. For In Instance.
stance. Instance. "In 1S97 little Johnnie came
from heaven." or MIn 1SS2 little Susie
began to boo." Never mind what the
rime is. Just so you remember it. and
If, after reaching the age of forty, you
want to prove that you are only twen

ty-three years old. Just change the

rime and perhaps people will believe
you when you repeat the Jingle to

prove your youth.

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PINE ISLAND TICNIC

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the picnic at Romeo tomorrow. There Jed by all.

will be speeches on both sides of
county division, a big dinner and all

who go may be sure of a good time

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En route home yesterday after-
m 1 Ttt W T

noon irom LaKe weir air. uruce

Meffert felled a hawk measuring four

feet six inches between wing tips.
Bruce is an artist in marksmanship

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Aug. 3 88

Local Forecast

Generally fair tonight and Thurs

day.

There will be a picnic at Pine Isl

and, about half a mile west of Romeo,

at a point near the old Shipp place, on

ursday, August 5th. Speakers on

both sides will be invited to address

the people on the question of county

division. There will be sacK races,
foot races and other amusements.

The public cordially invited to attend

and bring well filled baskets. Re

freshments will be served by Mr. J.

T. Hutchins. Respectfully,

W. O. Brewer.
J. T. Hutchins,
J. B. McGehee,
J. B. Dean,
W. II. Markham,
J. D. Wiggins,
L. II. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
Joe Walker,
J. L. Starling,
General Picnic Committee.

accompanied by pain here or there extrerue rerrous-.eEa
eleeplesnesa may be faint fpell or tpani e.il jt- iz?
distress for a woro. i-he may be growing from girlhood inlj
womanhood p". n g from womanhood to motherhood or later
f uffering from that c hang-: into middle life which leaves so many
wrecks of women. At any or all of these periods of a woman's life
he should take a tonic and nervine prescribed for jnst such canes
by a pbyaiciaa of vast experience In the diseases of women.

5R. PIERCE'S
Favorite Prescription

has successfully treated more cises in past forty yesrs tan any other Inown wrorfy.

can now U had in sujr-eo t-d. tablet form a weu nn iue
dealers or trial box by mail n r-et-ipt of 50 cents in stari-.
Mis Elirb.th bordahl of I-rkrt-. 1-iU in a m-wt leU- t Dr. FVrce TTnaeMS
rmr.pUMi. 1 have weer i.- an -o-k,,. t j co. : r.cian rx imbKKat lu-aua.

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The Staff
of Life"

Bread has been called 'The
Staff of Life." It is. It is the
staple food in every home the
chief article of diet on every
table. You seldom sit down to
a meal without it. Serve your
family

ISP?

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BUTTER-HUT i s
A m

BREAD

2

See if they don't say
it is the finest bread
they ever ate. Ask
your grocer. Per 1(n

Loaf

POUND
CHOCOLATE
RASIN

CARTER'S
DELICIOUS
CAKES
In 10c Slices

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A SILVER
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I CARTER'S BAKERY, Ocala, Florida

HTiRY our Fresh Meat it will
11 please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.

Cara-Ho

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Ocala. Florida.

Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All

good good for all. Sold by Annex

I t.i Dru;? Store. lG-tf

i j ana yesteruay uia not nrinp nis r oru i

to a standstill to level his pistol on

his prey and shoot.

Advertise in the Star.

THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT

Messrs. W. W. Ilarriss and Waldo

Martin will return this afternoon

from a business trip to Leesburg and

vicinity, where they motored yester

day.-

i WHAT OCALA WANTS

A Statement from One of Our Well-

Known Citizens

"A customer came into my store the

other day and said to one of my clerks,

'have you anythme that will cure di

arrhoea?" and my clerk went and srot

him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and

said to him. 'if this does not cure you,
I will not charge you a cent for it So
he took it home And came back in a

VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open nignt stes his opinion of Doan's Kidney

and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

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"In Bottles"
OF COURSE

Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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Improvident Zulu.
The Zulu is absolutely without prop property
erty property except the hut therein he lives.

He is a strict apostle of the teach

ing oi take no thought of the mor morrow.
row. morrow. He never lays in any store and
if he has plenty one day he eats un until
til until he can hold no more. The next
day he may find nothing to eat ano
he gets along the best he can like h
bird. IMrds never store up for the
future. The Zulu is the bird of man mankind.
kind. mankind. H decorates his head with
plumage and fine colored feathers,
but he has not clothing for his bodj
except coarse woven cloth.

Try one of those frosted pints of
Fabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tl

Elizabeth Fry.
Elizabeth Fry's great work for
prison reform was all done after her
marriage. It was in 1S13 that she
paid her first and memorable visit to
Newgate prison, and in 1S17 formed

A I the Association for the Improvement

i

of Female Prisoners in Newgate,
which attracted such widespread in interest.
terest. interest. Her efforts were not confined

to Great Britain, many continental

ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK F'

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Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course

Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.

Wantea Her Egg "Shut."
Little Iaura's mother was opening

an egg for her. The child, looking at

the whole eggs in the dish, remon

strated: "Oh, mamna, I don't want

that kind. I want a shut egg. If you
please!"

Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

St- Leo Colle

Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of 'San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE

FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 5, 1 91 5

To Save Gas.
An excellent way to save gas Is to
remove the tip, insert a small piece
of raw cotton In the pipe and replace
the tip. This lessens the pressure and
a more even and a softer light is obtained.

The Essential Thing.
In Gilbert K. Chesterton's book "The
Flying Inn" is a sentence worth think thinking
ing thinking about in this day of excuses and
evasions. "'For she felt God's wind
from nowhere, which is called the will
and is man's only excuse upon thbi
earth."
Others Nssd Eve's Enlightenment.

A Kansas City minister recently r r-nlnded
nlnded r-nlnded his cougrf -atiuri that Eve did
lot realize she l tcke-.i clothing until
tie ate the appl'. "And." he added,
1 wish a few of the women of my
ongregation would cat an apple."
Causes City Star
Always Unprofitable.
In labor as in life, there can be n
cheating. The thief steals from him himself.
self. himself. The swindler swindles himself.
-Emerano

stnn ritrht her this is the nroof day or two and said he was cured.

writes xi. uerry at vx., oaii vree,

Va. Obtainable everywhere.
OCALA SEED STORE

you ve been seeking. Mr. Ashley, a

well-known Ocala citizen, gladly

Pills for the benefit of his fellow i

townsmen. His story is one you can

easily investigate. Read it.

II. J. Ashley, prop., or the Asniey

Sheet Metal Works, Ocala, says: "I

used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured

at Gerig's Drug Store, and found

them to be just as represented. They

soon relieved me or Dacnacne ana

disordered kidneys. I think if taken

as directed, Doan's Kidney Pills, will

cure most any ordinary case of kid kid-nev
nev kid-nev comnlaint and I don't hesitate

giving my name praising them.'

Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that

Mr. Ashley had. Foster-Milburn Co.
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 1

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mc'asses feeds. 65tf

Letter of the Law.
The little stenographer bad been
typewriting so steadily all day that
at bedtime her tired brain kept work working
ing working in the same way, and she found

herself murmuring: "Capital Our

space capital Father comma (Good

ness! what im I saying?)" So she

conscientiously began again. But, in
spite of her efforts, the prayer ended

with "Capital Amen period and
a sleepy, apologetic giggle

RECOMMENDS CHAMBERLAIN'S
COLIC. CHOLERA AND

DIARROHEA REMEDY

WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

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For Sale Pledge No. 1134721 jew jeweled
eled jeweled Hamilton watch adjusted to five
positions; 20-year gold filled case;
guaranteed to stand railroad inspec inspection;
tion; inspection; $45 value; for $18.50 cash.
Ocala Loan & Pawn Office. 7-27-3t

'I never hesitate to recomend Cham

berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea

Remedy, writes Sol Williams, mer

chant, Jesse, Tenn. "I sell more of it

than any other preparation oi like

character. I have used it myself and

found it gave me more relief than any anything
thing anything else I have ever tried for the
same purpose." Obtainable everywhere.

Pheasants and Turkeys.
The fame of the pheasant In Eng England
land England and western Europe rests upon
Its qualities as a pane fowl, and the
species known there are not remark remarkable
able remarkable for beauty. Pheasants are not
indigenous to America, and here the
ruffed grouse Is often mistakenly
called a pheasant. Our native turkeys
are closely related to the pheasant
family.

HESE goods are
Nationally Ad

vertised.
See the full page

advertisement
the

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FURNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev every
ery every modern, convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to public
square. Would not rent for les3 than
six months. Apply at Star office tf

FOUND A keyring containing two
door keys and five other keys. Owner
can have, same by calling at this office
and paying expenses. 4-4t

FOR RENT OR SALE Cottage on
Wenona street two blocks from high
school; good repair; large, pretty lot,
80x200 feet. Enquire Little's Shoe
Parlor. 31-6t
FOR RENT "Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
loniaL 7-tf

DESPONDENCY DUE
TO INDIGESTION
"About three months ago when I
was suffering from 'indigestion which
caused headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, I
becran takine Chamberlain's Tablets,"

writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
"This medicine proved to be the very
thing I needed, as one day's treat

ment relieved me greatly. I used two

bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and
they rid me of this trouble." Obtain

able everywhere.
The Boy's Room.

A neutral color of wall paper makes
a eood choice for a boy's room. Such

a tone will harmonize with pennants.

posters and varied trorhies sure to be
collected. Warm, gray buff. tan. dull
yellow, are all excellent foundation

colors that will not clash, no mat

ter what the color introduced.

Guileless.
The citizen who wrote to the mayor
of Milwaukee to ask if it Is true that
beer is pipod through the street mains
Into all the houses there must be a
lovely maa to tfll interesting sto stories
ries stories to.

I ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

HARDWARE

COMPANY
AGENTS
Ocala -. Florida

Fire in the Home

Beauty, like safety, demands

eternal vigilance as its price.

Tliis every woman knows.
And the safety of beauty in
the home doubles this demand.

Lace curtains and all the

pretty draperies that make for

the home beautiful are food

for flames.
A lighted match dropped

carelessly in the home may
cost the lives of your whole

family.

Don't let their deaths be due

to your dereliction.

DO NT DROP MATCHES

CARELESSLY.

But BE PREPARED IN

CAbfc. YOU UU. nave a
PYRENE extinguisher handy

in your home. It will extin-

rnilsh any incipient fire WITH
OUT INJURY TO FURN12H
INGS.

It'. N: t-.rj if Fk

Our Service
Is Prompt

We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery, service is.
The average housewife likes to
hare her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to sell sell-ing
ing sell-ing you good meat comes right
service. We are bound to pie ass
you if you care to try us.

V. H. MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.

PUT YOUR AU IN THE STAR