German Armies Entered War
saw this Morning
If IS FEARAD THAT STUBBORN RESISTANCE OF RUSSIANS
WILL PREVENT LARGE NUMBERS FROM ESCAPING
'Wlin, Aug. The Germans took
! su'.v r-.i. morning, says an army
( If j" us 1 1 cj.s announcement. The
;la'i tmor-s undr Prince Leopole
tf ;i. y an I last night broke thru
uu-r : n j inner lines of defense, i
RUSSIANS MAY HAVE HELD ON
l.'.is -ion, A Jiff. 5. The fall of War War-a.v
a.v War-a.v is considered so certain here it
,u3 cea:od to be a matter of specula speculation.
tion. speculation. The vast German turning move movement
ment movement in the north is exciting the Al Allies'
lies' Allies' concern. Observers here fear
the evacuation of Warsaw is too late
to rave the Russians from a grave
disaster, which is inevitable if Gen.
von Ilindcnburg's army crosses the
COMMUNICATIONS MAY BE CUT
To the north the Germans are on a
line with the River Ekau, east of
Mitau and forty miles south of Riga.
German cavalry is scouring the coun country
try country in such numbers the railroad is
At Kupischki, fifty miles from
Dvinck, the Russians are fighting
stubbornly. If the Germans win here,
it would make the capture of Dvinck
certain soon. Dvinck is an important
junction of the Petrograd-Warsaw
railroad. ,i: : :
LIGHTING'' LINES SWAY BACK
Desperate battles are taking place
along "the Narew. The Russian de defense
fense defense is like a stone wall. The Ger Germans
mans Germans have advanced only near Os Os-trolenka,
trolenka, Os-trolenka, where they captured several
thousand prisoners and forced the
Russians back at Lomza. Berlin re reports
ports reports the Germans have occupied the
western portion of Ivangorod fort fortress.
ress. fortress. Petrograd claims the Ivangorod Ivangorod-Warsaw
Warsaw Ivangorod-Warsaw railroad is still open.
QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT
Compai-ative quiet prevails on the
STEAMER WENT UNDER
London, Aug. 5 The British steam steamship
ship steamship Costello has been sunk.
Crazy Mother Drowned Her Four
Children and Herself in
Deatsville, Ala., Aug. 5. Mrs. Lee
Tatum, aged thirty, temporarily in in-snne,
snne, in-snne, threw her four children, ranging
in age from nine years to four months,
irto a well and drowned them. She
then leaped in and drowned herself.
The Tatum family occupied a farm
BURNED IN THEIR BEDS
Dreadful Death of Three Children at
(Associated Press i
Delevan, WTis., Aug. 5. Three chil children
dren children of George G. Bryant, president
of the Racine Rubber Company, were
burned to death early today when fire
destroyed eight cottages at Lake
Delevan, near here. It is believed the
lire started from an overheated chim chimney.
ney. chimney. "Messrs. John Chazal and Julius
Brown made an auto trip thru South Southwest
west Southwest Marion and Northeast Citrus
yesterday. They say that the coun country
try country is full of corn.
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GERMANY WILLING TO MAKE
GOOD FOR THE FRYE, BUT
CLAIMS SHE HAD THE
RIGHT TO DESTROY.
Washington, Aug. 5. The contro controversy
versy controversy between the United States and
Germany over the sinking of the
American sailing ship William P.
Frye is still unsettled. The latest
German note, again justifying the
German course, and reiterating a wil willingness
lingness willingness to pay for the ship was pub published
lished published today. Germany still claims the
act is not in violation of the Prussian Prussian-American
American Prussian-American treaty of 1828, or of inter inter-rational
rational inter-rational law.
Germany accepts the American pro proposal
posal proposal that damages be fixed by two
experts, one to be chosen by each
country. Germany promises to pay
promptly, with a stipulation that pay payment
ment payment be not regarded for violation of
American rights. If this is unsatis unsatisfactory,
factory, unsatisfactory, the United States is invited
to arbitration at The Hague.
It is considered likely the commis commission
sion commission method, without waiving treaty
rights, will b. satisfactory to the
BUSINESS IS BETTER
COMPLICATION WITH FOREIGN
COUNTRIES WILL ADD TO
VALUE OF COTTON
Washington, Aug. 5. General bus business
iness business conditions throughout the coun country
try country continue to show an improvement,
but until the crops are harvested a
full measure of improvement cannot
be judged, the Federal Reserve bulle bulletin
tin bulletin said yesterday.
Crop prospects are bright and in
several reserve districts war orders
have brought a boom to many indus industries.
tries. industries. W. P. G. Harding, of the Federal
Reserve Board, in analyzing the con conditions
ditions conditions confronting this year's cotton
crop in yesterday's issue of the bulle bulletin,
tin, bulletin, said there would be ample funds
to handle this year's crop and mark market
et market it all as shipping, financial and
other conditions are much better than
The "cotton tragedy of 1914" will
not be repeated, he declared. He
warned the Southern people that in
their desire to see a broad market
established for cotton that they must
do nothing to embarass President
Wilson in international affairs. Mr.
Wilson owes a h'gher duty to the
South and to the whole country than
the establishment of cotton values,
and may be trusted to do his duty as
he sees it, regardless of others. He
called attention to the fact that com complication
plication complication with foreign countries would
not enhance the value of cotton.
A STRIKE AVERTED
New York, Aug. c. A strike of six
ty thousand garment workers was
averted yesterday when employers
granted a partial increase in wages
and made other concessions.
The Book Shop has been appointed
exclusive agent for the sale of all
school books for Marion county. Books
on hand for all schools now open. 8-5
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION
IN SPITE OF STUBBORN RUSSIAN
RESISTANCE, TEUTONS ARE
MOVING STEADILY ON
London, Aug. 5. The Austro-Ger-
mans, whose aim is to capture War
saw and if possible a large part of
the Russian army, are declared by
Berlin and Vienna to be continuing
their successes throughout the Polish
In North Poland the Teutons claim
to have driven the Russians back on
the advanced positions at Lomza.
Teutons have crossed the Narew river
near Ostrolenka, after vicious fight
ing in which thep captured a large
number of prisoners and cannon. Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians claim to have captured the
western portion of the Ivangorod
fortress and other Teutonic successes
are claimed, but the Russians at all
points are continuing strong rear
guard actions, which, though declared
to be merely to allow the main Rus Russian
sian Russian armies to retreat seem more like
strong counter offensives.
In the west comparative calm pre
vails except in the Argonne and Vos Vos-ges,
ges, Vos-ges, where the French claim they re
pulsed the German attempts to re
capture lost ground or take any new
trenches. The same kind of fighting
seems to continue in the Austro-
Italian theater, with Vienna claiming
to have repulsed the various Italian
From a conference between minis
ters of the Allies and Greek govern
ments new moves of the greatest, im importance
portance importance are expected in that section.
Berlin, Aug. 4. Miss Carrie Barco
of Cotton Plant is the guest of Miss
Faye Beck this week.
Miss Una Crompton is spending a
short time in Ocala, the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crompton.
Mr. William Dehon, of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, is visiting friends and relatives
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Howell, of Ocala,
were callers at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. McCully last Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Louise Crompton is spending
this week at Blitchton, the guest of
Miss Oda Blitch.
Misses Rosa Lee and Inez Collins
have returned to their home at Irvine
after spending a while very pleasantly
as the guests of the Misses McCully.
Rev. W. J. Folks, of Juliette will
preach at the Fellowship Baptist
church next Sunday morning, August
11, at 11 o'clock a. m. Everybody is
invited to attend.
Miss Floy McCully returned home
last Monday after visiting relatives
at Irvine and Evinston for a few days.
Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
OH IN POLAND
FLORIDA, THUKS DAY, AUGUST 5, 1915
w v v Ui" '"'VVUi LVL -T-.-.--. ff j
TO BE "STUJINKU"
IN MESIORY OF MRS. WILSON
i r lowers wiu De Laiu on tier urave in
the Georgia City Tomorrow
f Associated Press)
Cornish, N. IL, Aug. 5. Flowers
will be placed on the grave of Mrs.
Wilson at Rome, Ga., tomorrow. She
will have been dead a year then. The
president will be unable to go to
Rome, but the grave will be carefully
At Least Twenty-Seven Lives were
Lost in the Storm at Erie
Erie, Pa., Aug. 5. Twenty-seven
are known to be dead and the prop property
erty property loss is estimated at three mil million
lion million dollars in the mile long wreck wreckage
age wreckage path of Tuesday night's flood
here, which demolished three hundred
houses and fifty stores.
Very little wreckage has been re removed
moved removed last night and it is believed
that more bodies will be found. Twen Twenty
ty Twenty arrests were made for looting.
CUT DOWN TO A CAPTAINCY
Beavers, the Well Known Atlanta
Police Chief, Given a Set-Back
Atlanta, Aug. 5. Jas. L. Beavers,
Atlanta, Aug.5. James L. Beavers,
chief of the Atlanta police depart department,
ment, department, was found guilty of insubor insubordination
dination insubordination yesterday afternoon by the
board of police commissioners and re reduced
duced reduced to the rank of captain.
It was announced that the charges
of inefficiency were not sustained.
The election of W. M. Mayo to serve
as Atlanta's new chief, was announc announced.
ed. announced. W. II. LATIMER
Walter II. Latimer, grand keeper of
records and seals of the Grand Lodge
Knights of Pythias of Florida, died at
his home at Tavares Tuesday morn morning
ing morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. Latimer is well
known to the members of this order in
Gainesville and throughout the state,
and the news of his death will cause
genuine sorrow. He was regarded as
one of the really strong men in Py Pythian
thian Pythian councils in Florida. Several
weeks ago Mr. Latimer suffered a
stroke of paralysis, and from the first
his condition was considered serious.
The funeral services were conducted
in Tavares yesterday morning.
Fifty LATEST novels and two hun hundred
dred hundred best titles at 50c, just received
at THE BOOK SHOP. .-. 3t
For plumbing and electrical- work
J see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300
LIST DF DEABWi I
COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
A .HUNDRED T HO US A NJ ) DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS WORTH OF DAMAGE
FROM FLOODS NEAR
- ( A ssot-J.it ei1 Pres&j
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TTnf 'Wy. AHfrVR. Damage es estimated
timated estimated ii hutlred thousand dollars
has been caused by streams swollen
by rains flooding the lowlands. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of head of stock have been
drowned. Biidges -.vere washed away
and train service tkmoralized.
AN OCALA LAW TIRM'S OPINION
Consulted by the HiIIslorouj;h Board
of Commissioners as to the
Budget System J
Tampa Times: From the legal firm
of Hocker & Martin of Ocala, a letter
was received by the board of county
commissioners this morning stating
that they had advised the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Marion county that in
their opinion chapter '11 of the acts
of the legislature referring to the
budget system and the feature of it
that provides certain penalties for
the failure of the commissioners to
carry out the letter of the act is
either a dead letter or remains in inoperative
operative inoperative as the constitutionality of
the act must be tested. 1
Grounds for this statement, the let letter
ter letter says, are found in the fact that
the title of th act dvs not refer to
The letter will be turned over to
the comm!:.-inr.ers attorney, Karl
If the contention li true, then the
law itself is practically nonenforce nonenforce-able
able nonenforce-able as there would l? no penalty for
refusal to ol-y it. There is a possi possibility
bility possibility of a test ca.;e being made by
some county board in the state.
TO CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS
Since our state ronvention in April
rwhen I was elected secretary of the
state union. I have h-en trying to get
in touch with all Endeavorers and
others who are intere-ted in our work.
I shall be very gh U gi any in in-formatien
formatien in-formatien or rende an s. ice pos possible.
sible. possible. If there i s ie i;i your
town or chunh, I til ; pp i;ite the
opportunity of help"- g you t organ organize
ize organize one, and I -tand ready to help, in
any way, Heties now existing. I
will greatly appreciate your hearty
cooperation. P!ea-e write me of the
work in your section, giving names of
societies; tho-e to address where so societies
cieties societies may l.e organized ar.d all in information
formation information which may he helpful. I
wish to get acquainted with all of our
workers though they may not be con connected
nected connected with a society at present.
State Secretaary Florida Christian
Endeavor Union, Johnstown, Fla.
TRIAL FIHSI OF PEACEFUL
Washington, Aug. J. Six Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American diplomats, invited to join
the United States in formulating
plans for restoring peace to Mexico,
have arrived for a conference with
Secretary Lansing at 2:30 this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The first result expected will
be a ground work of understanding
for an Ail-American project to re
establish constitutional government in
Mexico and preserve Mexico's sov
ereignty, and so convince the world
the United States is acting as Mex Mexico's
ico's Mexico's best friend. The diplomats are
only partly advised of President Wil
son's plan. The purpose of the con conference
ference conference is to invite help in working
out a plan. As far as known, the
plan proposes the cessation of war
fare and establishment of a provis provisional
ional provisional government by factions. If this
fails, the American nation will assume
MEXICO WANTS TO BE HEARD
Mexican representatives are taking
steps to get their claims before the
CARRYING OUT PLANS OF
PA N-A M ERI C A N CON F ERENCE
Pledges Being Received from South
and Central American Presidents
t Associated Press)
: Washington, Aug. 5. Pledges of
cooperation in continuing the work of
the recent Pan-American financial
conference are being received from
the president of South and Central
American republics,' replying to Presi President
dent President Wilson's message.
FROM THE BORDKit
Nothing Doing for Carranza's Men at
Washington, Aug. 5. The retire
ment of Carranza troop3 who were
attacking Nogales is officially an announced
nounced announced here.
Shady, Aug. 4. Mr. Ollie Manning,
who, we understand, has been In
South Florida packing peaches, is in
Shady again. We believe there is "a
peach of a girl" here whom Ollie likes
Mr. Perry has returned to Starke,
after a pleasant visit here with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Miss Corinne Hernandez of Fernan-
dina, who has been visiting relatives
at the Marion Farms, is now the
guest of Miss Bonnie Purvis.
Mr. Gaskins and sons are grinding
their sorghum cane this week.
Dr. Purvis has been corresponding
with a vocal music teacher who will
come here in a few days to organize
a singing class. Those interested in
this can learn all about it by coming
to the church Sunday at 3:30 p. m.
We had a good attendance at Sun
day school Sunday. This is a union
Sunday school and we hope everybody
in the community will take interest
and come and feel welcome.
The rural mail carrier was on duty
or. this route Monday and we believe
the majority of the people hereabout
had their mail boxes up.
Mi-s Blanch Miller recited a beau
tiful ioem, "The Last Hymn" at Sun Sunday
day Sunday school last Sunday.
The patrons- of Shady school are
asked to meet at the school house
Saturday, Aug. 28th, to clean up the
hcue. and yards and put things in
"apple pie order" for the first day of
school, Monday, August 30th. The
ladies are requested to bring lunch
and we will all work and have a good
Miss Daisy Albertson of DeLand is
the teacher for this school for the
METHODS; IF THEY FAIL UNITED
ASSUME THE TASK
IN REPLY TO DEMAND FOR AN
EMBARGO WILL SOON BE
Washington, Aug. 5. The Amer American
ican American reply to the Austrian note, sug suggesting
gesting suggesting an embargo on war exports to
the Allies on the ground that the
traffic has grown until it has violated
American neutrality, will soon be
ready. It denies the United State
can stop the shipment of munitions. It
would be a direct violation of neutral neutrality.
ity. neutrality. PROBLEMS FOR THE
Reddick, Fla., Aug. 2, 1915.
Editor Star: I believe that a close
study of the amount of money the
new Bloxham county would receive
under the present millage made by
the old counties in comparison with
the money assessed in the other new
counties in the state will help the tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer and voter in the proposed coun
ty to better decide how to vote.
These figures are found on page
148 of the state tax commission's re report.
port. report. They include county taxes,
state taxes, license taxes, sub-school
taxes, sub-road taxes and total taxes
for all purposes. The collections, of
ccurse, are less than the amount as assessed.
sessed. assessed. The total amount of Levy's assess assessments
ments assessments is placed at $74,000. That part
of Bloxham taken from Levy would
be about $30,000. That part going to
Bloxham from Marion would be
$12,000. This would make a total
assessment for Bloxham of about
Now let us compare Bloxham's $42, $42,-000
000 $42,-000 with the amount assessed by the
other new counties:
Palm Beach, $492,000."
$153,000 of Palm Beach county's tax
is drainage tax; $242,000 other tax.
Taxpayer and voter, if the new
ounty of Bay needs $74,000 a year to
meet its demands, what kind of ser service
vice service can Bloxham give you taxpayers
vrith but $42,000?
Taxpayer and voter, if the county
of Seminole needs $162,000 a year to
please the demands of its people, how
can the county authorities of Bloxham
give to you good service on but $42, $42,-000?
Taxpayer and voter, if the new
county of Pinellas needs $172,000 a
year, how will Bloxham give all the
new improvements needed on but $42, $42,-00)?
00)? $42,-00)? Bloxham $42,000, Palm Beach
Taxpayer and voter in Bloxham
county, how are you going to improve
your condition by dividing your num-
Ler of taxpayers and at the same
time increase your number of offi officials?
cials? officials? How are you going to better your
condition by dividing your receipts
ar t! at the same time increasing your
Taxpayer and voter, is Bloxham
county going to help the farmer or
on-e new officials?
Taxpayer and voter, why are there
so few people outside of Williston
working for the new county?
Taxpayer and voter, do some think thinking
ing thinking oefore you vote. L. S. Light.
OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUELISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
ASKS FOR INFORMATION
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
One year, in advance $5.00 One year, in advance $3.00
Six months, in advance 2.50 Six months, in advance 4
Three months, in advance.... 1.25 Three months, in advance.... 2.2.,
One month, in advance 50 One month, in advance 80
That Jacksonville man who went to
Savannah to rob a bank, and was put
in jail, should have remained at home.
"Seeing America First" will be the
enforced policy of all our people who
can go anywhere thi winter. Florida
will have its share, "and it would be
a paying policy toUhis section of
Florida to endeavor fh have its share
How many, do you suppose, of the
autoists who intend to come South
this winter know of Silver Springs,
and that Silver Springs is near Ocala,
and that Ocala is (or should be) on
the Central Florida division of the
There is a great deal of friction be between
tween between Germany and Roumania. Ger Germany
many Germany insists on shipping ammunition
thru Roumania to Turkey, and Rou Rou-mania
mania Rou-mania refuses. In this case, Germany
is trying to do the very thing she
blames the United States for doing.
In the following, the Lakeland Tele Telegram
gram Telegram makes a remark that should be
framed and hung in a prominent place
in every newspaper office:
"From intense conviction that
makes us blind to everything except
that which we want to see, good Lord,
It must be admitted that in quot quoting
ing quoting American blockade rulings of the
civil war as a precedent for her pres present
ent present policy, Great Britain has tne
United States dead t? rights. And u
the United States was situated, as
Great Britain is new, it is more than
likely that the United States would do
as Great Britain is doing.
out, it will attract a number of tour
ists to pasF thru Marion county next
winter, and subsequent winterr.
While Marion county does not depend
r.n tourists, yet it would be profitable
a.; well as pleasant to have several
hundred.', rot to say thousands, pass
thru eveiy year. From Live Oak to
Orlando, thru Gainesville, Ocala,
Leesburp and Eustis, they would see
the bent and prettiest of Central
National Geographic Society Calls for
Statistics of this Section
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade has received the following let
Washington, July 01, 1015.
Secretary Board of Trade, Ocala,
Fla.: The National Geographic So Society,
ciety, Society, many of who.-e 400,000 mem members
bers members reside in your immediate terri
tory, is interested in the gathering oi
I statistics concerning many features
of commercial geography for the var various
ious various cities and towns of the United
States. If it is not inconsistent with
the policy of your organization, the
society will be pleased to receive
your handbook and a roster of your
members. Yours sincerely,
Gilbert II. Grosvenor,
Director and Editor.
From the Sky
By ROY L. AlcCARDELL
Copyright. 1 9 IS. by Roy L. McCardell
"FACTS AND PHOTOS
Another testimonial to the value of
that artistic little book, "Facts and
Photos," is contained in the following: iuotlitr, know of the en-untiT Blair
(Continued from Yesterday)
She telegraphed from the nearest
railroad station, from which they took
train to Kir-hiumid. This telegram was
to the Blake agency, an.l It was sent
to recall Tom Rl.ike. the head of the
concern, from Fairfax to Richmond.
No suspicion in the slightest had been
directed at Blair in connection with
the doctors murder, nor did any. living
soul in Fairfax, save Blair and hi
Detroit, August 2, 11115.
Secretary Marion County Board of
Dear Sir: We would like very much
to have a half dozen conies of your
ND THE EASTLAND liule booklet entitled "Facts and
A few weeks ago, the world was Photos, Ucala, Marion county, t lor-
shocked and the United States enrag
ed at the torpedoing of the Lusitania, We have just purchased a large
in which the lives of over a hundred block of your city bonds and are dis dis-Americans
Americans dis-Americans were lost. tributing them among our custom-
Such warfare, to an American, ers. In order to help us in this, we
seems inexcusable. The American would like to have some of your book book-government
government book-government and American naval of- lets. WTe would also be pleased to re re-ficers
ficers re-ficers would prefer to make almost ceive any other printed information
any sacrifice for their country and in- that you have. Very truly yours,
cur any personal risk rather than Wm. J. Wardall,
commit any act that would cause the For Wm. P. Bonbright & Co., Inc.
death of women and children.- We Saturday night as we were "seeing
hope the day will never come when the sights" in one of our leading dry
our ruling sentiment shall be other- goods stores, we noticed a bunch of
ladies' hose hanging above the counter
had had with Arthur in the doctor's
dooryard nor of the grewsome duel
across the open grave at midnight that
had followed Blair's wild ruse to de defame
fame defame Esther's gHl name that Arthur
mizht not susjKH-t hini of murder and
roMvry, the real guilt Blair felt the
But in order to be safe, and at his
mother's suggestion. Blair Stanley had
gone to Richmond, his mother giving
the excuse that he went to attend to
urgent matters brought about by the
doctor's sudden and tragic death.
Esther, too. was gone from Fairfax
now. ana this, with tne ingut oi Ar Arthur
thur Arthur and the presence of the Rich Richmond
mond Richmond detective, made the countryside
of old aristocratic Fairfax. county ring
with rumors and the revival of old,
long forgotten tragic and mysterious
happenings among the Stanleys.
In Richmond Arthur Stanley, giving
himself the name of John Powell,
found humble lodgings awaiting oppor
tunity to slip from Richmoud when the
The Tampa board of trade invites
commercial bodies thruout South
Florida to send representatives to a
meeting in Tampa Aug. 12, at which
it is expected to plan for a big South
Florida fair in that city this winter,
and set on foot other projects for the
development of this section of the
However, there is some excuse for and a large tag attached which read cry Um uaJ dkJ Jown
it was necessary for him to have only thought any altercation at such a
the Germans. c per yard, only iu yards to a cus
They believed that in destroying tomer." After gasping a few times
the Lusitania, they saved the lives of and rubbing our eyes, a breeze blew
manve or urn motaer. ana counted
upon Blair's presen.ee at her grand
ball, the event of the social year In
Also Blair thought of Vivian Mars Mars-ton.
ton. Mars-ton. Glorious Vivian, luxurious Vivian!
She had rome to Richmond, sworn
friend of Mrs. Randolph, who hd met
I her the winter before at Palm Beach.
It was known of Vivian Marston that
fche was a wealthy and dashing young
widow, hiirh in the circles of New
York's "four hundred.
Blair Stanley bad met her at his
mother's cousin's mansion, and Blair
had been first among those to fall vic
tim of her charms.
Arthur Stanley entered the pawn pawnshop
shop pawnshop of Ike Bloom, brother and some
said partner of the redoubtable Abe
Bloom, king of the Richmond gam gamblers.
blers. gamblers. The pawnshop was dlvUVd into
partition spaces. Arthur saw tie vul vulture
ture vulture eyes of Isaac Bloom gleam when
they fastened upon the diamond from
the sky, with its antique chain and
Only too eagerly did the pawnbroker
hand over the $300 Arthur asked on it,
and only too eagerly did he hide It In
Arthur was about to slip from be behind
hind behind the privacy partitions to the
street when he heard a voice say, I
want $50 on this watch. lie stag staggered,
gered, staggered, half fainting with fear and Joy,
asrainst the partition.
It was the voice of Blair Stanley!
There could be no mistake. In a re revulsion
vulsion revulsion of feeling to 'find he was lot
a murderer and that Blair was alive
and well Arthur threw himself around
the partition and Into the arms of
Somewhat surprised, but feigning Joy
also, Blair repeated his supposed cous cousin's
in's cousin's cries of wild delight. Then be
made haste to explain that Dr. Lee
had called him to his study and had
given him the diamond from the sky
and that, having done this, the doctor.
who was greatly agitated, had fallen
dead in his chair.
"I was afraid I would be suspected
of killing him for the diamond, now
could I explain when you caught bold
of mor lied Blair ellbly. "I did not
mean any reflection upon Esther, as
tirtiifht 1 AlAV he continued. 1
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eternal vigilance as it3 price.
This 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
A lighted match dropped
carelessly in the home may
cost the lives of your whole
Don't let their deaths be duo
to your dereliction.
DO NT DROP MATCHES
But BE PREPARED IN
CASE YOU UU. Have a
PYRENE extinguisher handy
in vour home. It will extin-
r-'iish anv incipient fire WITH
OUT INJURY TO FURNISH
some of their men, and their men
stand between their country and for foreign
eign foreign invasion, which would be hell on
their women and children. Their logic,
from an American standpoint, is con considerably
siderably considerably warped, but it is logic, just
the same. If their policy of blood and
iron prevails, it will become the rule tive these days.
of the world, and they must suffer
the card over and the other side read
"15c per pair." Ocala Star.
That's nothing. A St. Petersburg!
firm had a window full of ladies' un underwear
derwear underwear advertised "one-fourth off.
St. Petersburg Independent.
Only one-fourth is very conserva-
funds. To obtain these he resolved to
pawn the diamond from the sky, be believing
lieving believing that no living person save Ha-
gar knew of its existence.
In eighteen years the diamond from
the sky had almost come to be regard
ed as a myth In Fairfax county. Some
there were who claimed It had never
from it if ever they become
weaker. All this they knew.
A couple of weeks ago, the East
land capsized in the Chicago
Our request that Central and South
American nations help us to restore
peace in Mexico will cause some of
their people to believe we have con confidence
fidence confidence in them. It will cause many
more to believe we are afraid to
tackle the job ourselves.
Besides the A. B. C. League, Boliv Bolivia,
ia, Bolivia, Uruguay and Guatemala will be
asked to help us restore peace in Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, and we can't say the Initials arc
especially reassuring. Columbia, (S.
Is there anything else reassuring
England has wronged us Germany
river, has added insult to injury, and we
and almost a thousand lives, most of fear the United States is rather slow,
them of women and children, were but France deserves and receives our
lest. And there was absolutely no deepest sympathy and warmest ad ad-reason
reason ad-reason for this slaughter except in miration she has wronged nobody,
the avarice of the owners of the boat, and is resisting wrong. Times-Union.
The men who owned the boat knew
its deficiencies and had known them Good Americans, salute the gallant
for years. They knew they were French, descendants of those heroes
breaking the law and exposing the who helped us gaia our freedom, and
lives of their passengers to risk. They who are proving worthy of their fore-
had not a single ennobling sentiment bears by the stand they're making
among their motives. They were against the Germans. While the Rus Rus-cowardly
cowardly Rus-cowardly and avaricious. They had sians are retreating and Englishmen
not the courage and patriotism of men are fighting among themselves, the
on the German submarine who sank! Frenchman is fighting like the gallant,
the Lusitania, and the people drown- lovable devil that history proves him
ed in and under the Eastland had tc be. Here's to La Belle France and
more right to expect absolute safety her offspring, whether they be fight fight-than
than fight-than those who went down with the ing men or winsome women! Tampa
Lusitania. I Times.
The Eastland horror is not the only
"Be a good man, Arthur, my brother!"
Maxmilen Harden, the noted Ger German
man German editor, has been banished to
northern Scandinavia by his govern government,
ment, government, because he was too free in his
remarks about its policy. We would
tragedy that shows that America
swarms with men who will risk or
inflict any damnable wrong on their
fellow citizens for money.
AS MUCH EXCITEMENT
If those Americans who go abroad
on belligerent ships loaded with am-
The General Slocum, the Iroquois munition could be induced to play
theater, the Triangle factory, the with the hind legs of a mule, they
holocaust at Calumet, the burnt offer-1 might get as much excitement with-
almost anything about the United inS of children in an Ohio school, the out bringing their country into trou-
States government if we thought ii
would send us to Greenland for the
remainder of the summer.
constantly recurring mine massacres I ble. Times-Union.
and railroad wrecks, show the indif
ference of men trying to make money EUCALYPTUS TREES
to human life. The sweatshops, the PLANTED IN MARION COUNTY
slum tenements, adulterated food,
shoddy clothing, the illicit traffic in J The eucalyptus tree, which is deem-
Mayor Bowden of Jacksonville has
wt n who are run- drugs, and many other things, prove ed by many the coming tree of Flor-
omo,r Tfci ; n ur nn which daily the existence of men and women ida, has found its way to Marion
the public'conscience is waking upho for money will commit' any county and in the past few weeks
, j. u ciueltv on other men and women. several hundred of them have been
f nlWnn nnd denutv sher- War be the raSinS t,Ser planted, "Marowood
iffs to turn a gun loose after a man
wolves and snakes of cruelty
and Arden ob-
andjtaining the greatest number. Quite a
I i t : i A n I i i i a. f 1
Who is guilty generally of nothing avarice naum every iiiKuwy .u iflW plants nave oeen ei uu
misdemeanor, or maybe I pamway oi. peace, anu win cuiuwuc iawns ana some nne specimens me
to ao so iui men ana women are wise i also to be seen a snort aistance on tne
and brave enough to compel every hu- Silver Springs road, beginning at Ok-
man being to be just to his neighbor, jlawaha avenue. The tree is imported
from Australia where many speci-
Sovo Viiinrtr tlinnsnnd tourists mens reach 4UU ieet in neiernt. ineir
more than a
only of being frightened. Every once
in a while a man is killed or badly
wounded and some of these days,
soon perhaps, some officer too ready
with his shooting iron will go to the
penitentiary for ten years as a warn
ing to others of his class.
for Florida during the approaching growth is marvelous which adds to
winter! This is the prediction of men their prime asset, commercial wood
who have studied the situation close- value. The tree is known to keep
Tf Marion rountv does not do some ly and Miami will get her big share away mosquitoes and miasma. The
hustling in the next few weeks, Ocala of the business. Miami Metropolis. mosquito cannot tolerate and will not
is going to be left off the Central Ocala can get hers, if she will remain in the immediate vicinity of
Florida division of the Dixie High- hustle
;iir a lrr.-cr nothino' has been done
J " . ... . A T 1. r- ...1 !, U
the enterprise. Marion county The Ucala Star is ot tne opinion tute at iangnorne, i a., wueie ue
a eucalptus grove, says Prof. alters,
who conducts a plant research insti-
rn tno pnrprnrisp.
stands lowest in membership, having that if a canning factory were start- made a more or less extensive investi investi-onlv
onlv investi-onlv three members, while the little ed in Ocala it could find half a hun- gation of the eucalyptus family which
a. r vi7:t tt v,oo 'n ririon. rlrp.l rliflFWfmr vnriptips of fruits and numbers several hundred varieties.
VUWIl Ul H1LCI uavcii uao uv, vic . . i
An 41 Sanford 28. St. Cloud 36. vegetables in Marion county, alone, to With its commercial value and mos
nH ovpii Perrv has 15. Alachua to put up. It is so all over Florida, and quito chasing proclivities it would be
ih north of us with 5 members, and we ought to have the canning factor- veil to plant every available spot in
Lake to the south with 6, are doing ies. Clearwater Sun.
XT l.'ttlo hotter vt these three We could have them -if
counties are in the choicest part of hard enough.
Florida and the highway thru them
Marion in eucalyptus trees. Florida
we tried climatic conditions are particularly
favorable to the growth of the tree.
would add very greatly to putting
them before the world.
That editor on the east coast who
said he could run a paper without
"exchanges" is a chump. We had had
no papers for two days, with four ex exceptions,
ceptions, exceptions, and were running around in
circles trying to edit this sheet.
You can edit that east coast shee'
without any other literature than a
railroad time table and an almanac.
The Star hears it rumored that L.
S. Light of Reddick, ex-representative
and a little giant in figures, has
an ambition to be railroad commis
sioner. If elected to that office, he
would be something more than a rail-
PICNIC AT ANTHONY
The Star is afraid that our people
do not properly appreciate the im-
The bright meteor seen over a
great area of Florida a few nights
ago is said to have fallen on the Wal
ters farm some miles out from Ocala.
A chance for some of our Ocala
friends to get a diamond from the
sky. Clearwater Sun.
If we pick it up we will hock it to
nortar.ee of the Dixie highway. If it Goldman and go to Clearwater lor a
is properly advertised and marked week's vacation.
Don't forget that everybody is in
vited to attend the basket picnic at
Anthonv. 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.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
existed at all and others who believed
It had been a bit of old trumpery that
Colonel Stanley had fuund valueless
It was only when he came out of his
hldlncr nlace after several days that
Arthur dared buy and read a Rich Richmond
mond Richmond paper. There were no further
accounts from Fairfax of the death of
Dr. Lee and the flight of his supposed
Arthur also came to the conclusion
that the death of Hlair Stanley and his
being found shot through the head In
a new grave Intended for another had
also ceased to be a three days wonder
In the Richmond ncwspaiers. In Fair Fairfax,
fax, Fairfax, like enough, the whole country countryside
side countryside was still agug at this double trag tragedy.
edy. tragedy. Arthur reasoned, but here In Rich Richmond
mond Richmond the palters gave no mention to It
now. Their one aosoruing lupie was
the ball to In? given by Richmond's so-
cietv leader, the wealthy Mrs. Burton
The New York Society "Belle,"
EAXWIIILE. desiderate ftd
fear stricken. Rlalr Stanley
was endeavoring to forget
his ierll. present and prospec
tive, in wild und reckless Indulgences
While his fugitive cousin lay in hum humble
ble humble lodging. IUalr Stanley lorded it at
a fine hotel, and every nii?ht found him
gambling at the exclusive establish establishment
ment establishment of Abe Rloom. In desperation,
finding himself "cleaned out" at Mr.
Rlooin's luxurious temple of chance.
Blair had got that astute gentleman to
cash his personal check on the Rank
In a few days this would be returned
marked "No "funds." Rlair well knew,
but be hoped meanwhile to recoup his
losses and laugh in Abe IllooTn's hawk hawklike
like hawklike face as he "made good the bum
check" out of the winning he ex expected
pected expected to gain at Abe's own roulette
the $2,000 went the way of the
$ZrM) his mother had given him back
Into the coffers of the gambling house
keeper who had advanced the money
on the worthless check.
One desperate chance was left. Blair
resolved to pawn his watch and with
the proceeds invoke the wheels of
chance apaln and by a streak of luck,
who knows, win back all and so square
himself and the check when It came
back, for Blair found Richmond to his
liklntr. Then, too, he worried over the
mysterious visit to Fairfax of Tom
Blake, the detective. Who had hired
There was also the ball to be tven
time and the doctor lying dead might
jeopardize her good name. I was too
frightened to explain, and you were
too ancrrv to listen to me.
"I was only stunned and got home
nil rtoht. But there has been a de-
ttoMve hired, and I believe he will
pIpw. and tout evidence
would only tend to convict me, and
Arthur reflected that Dr. Lee had
known he was the BiHirioua heir and
that the diamond did properly belong
tn Rlair In eonseauence. lie did not
tell Blair the Stanley secret, that be,
Arthur, was but a gypsy changeling.
But he resolved to stand by Blair and
thus in reparation do what good he
could until the time came when he
might telL So for the time being be
resolved to keep IIagars secret and
. Blair was quick to take advantage
of Arthur's Joyous and softened mood.
"T novnr will able tO DTOVe I did
not kill Dr. Lee." he said, with affected
sadness. "True, there would not be
any proof to convict me. but the sus sus-niMnn
niMnn sus-niMnn of it would ruin me. You must
stand by me, Arthur.""
And Arthur, In the foolish Impulsive
generosity of his nature, promised.
The relief he ft'lt at seeing Blair alive
Placed him in the mood to promise
anything that Blair might ask.
Then. too. with an Inward shame,
he realized that after all he was an
impostor and stood In Blair's way, and
yet he could not bring himself to be de despised
spised despised of Blair should he tell him the
The spirits of Blair rose correspond
Inglv. With Arthur gone, suspicion
-vonl.l furnrtr r'st itikjU th hidden fU-
This is our
Manufactured for the press.-ng of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call and see
it do the woik
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 Scuth .Main SL
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
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.
(Continued on Third Page)
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
ATLANTA OAST LOME
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OCALA
Washington, D. C $20.80 Richmond, Va 5180
Norfolk, Va 18.80 Baltimore, Md 220
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Wilmington, N. C $12.00 Chattanooga, Tenn $13-j
Winston-Salem, N. C 14.00 Monteagle, Tenn 15.03
Hot Springs, Va. 18.5U Mammoth Cave, Ky 17.9.
Roanoke, Va 16.25 Warm Springs, Ga 9.00
Tickets sold August llth. Limit August 20th. For further information
or reservations call on A. C. L, ticket agent or
A. W. FRITOT, J. G. KIRK LAND,
DirUion Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agent,
White Star Line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENTLIGHT AND HEAVY
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak'i Wagos bbop.
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
by Mrs. Burton Randolph, who was a
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. 1913
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
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CHARLIE (DOPIE) CHAPLIN in The Tramp.
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Wlil?r ai. iir.f' L. C. Shumway.
.rflhV BECOMES A LANDLORD. YitriPiaph comedy, featuring
vVul!j Van ar.fj Nita Frazer.
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Oto 10:30. FIVE AND TEN CENTS
The Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
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Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and
Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the
8 Saved GirPs Life 8
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re-
ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes J?
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. O
J "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
H liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
5? they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's jj
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never he without O
in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe,
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fi-e
years of splendid success proves its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 2S cents.
in the Star.
(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
True love's the gift which God has
It is the secret sympathy,
. Which heart to heart, and mind to
In body and in soul, can bind,
I Party for Little Guests
Tuesday afternoon thirty-six of
! Ocala's belles and beaux assembled at
! the home of Judge and Mrs. W. E.
; Smith, when little Miss Chivalette
i er.tertained from four to six in com com-I
I com-I pliment to her four house guests. The
little folks enjoyed immensely a pea peanut
nut peanut hunt on the lawn, after whicn
they were entertained on the broad
veranda, which was very attractive
with pot plants, ferns and jardinieres
of cut flowers. Games and music
were enjoyed by the little folks, after
which ices and cakes were served. It
was indeed a jolly little crowd and
when the hour for departure came the
guests marched in the dining room,
where there was awaiting each, as a
souvenir, a gay little ribbon-tied box
of candy. The little ones departed
reluctantly each wishing for another
Eastern Star Sewing Circle
Mrs. Fanny Anthony was the host
ess of the Eastern Star sewing circle
on Wednesday. During the afternoon
Mrs. Anthony assisted by Mrs. I. I.
Strong served refreshing punch,
wafers, sandwiches and mints.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann en
route to their home at Citra from a
visit to relatives in Fordyce, Ark.,
stopped in Atlanta to pay a several
days' visit to Mr. Wartmann's sister,
Mrs. Eugene Cox.
Mrs. Emily Green, Messrs. Edward
and Otis Green and Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-tiunk
tiunk Sis-tiunk left at 5 o'clock yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in the former's car for the
gulf to spend a few days camping
Misses Catharine and Mildred
Pyles will return home on the 9
o'clock train tonight. The Misses
Pyles, who are two of Ocala's most
popular college girls, have been honor
guests at house parties given at Pab Pablo
lo Pablo Beach and Palm Beach for the past
three weeks and en route home from
the latter place made a brief visit to
friends in Palatka.
Mrs. John Brown of Wildwood was
a visitor between trains yesterday en
route to Raleigh, N. C, to visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. m
Mrs. Henry Perry and two sons,
Henry and William, who have been
visiting the former's daughter, Mrs.
J. O. Dekle, left yesterday for Wild Wild-wood.
wood. Wild-wood. Cards were received in Ocala this
morning from Mrs. H. C. Groves and
Mr. Henry Groves, mailed in Utica,
N. Y. They are motoring back to
New York from Grand Rapids in their
Mr. John Spencer returned this
morning from Bassey Island, where
he took his family yesterday for a
sojourn at their gulf cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mr. Earl
Hall and Master William Hall left to today
day today for a motoring trip to North
Carolina mountain resorts. Robert
and Harrington Hall are at Camp
Sapphire, near Brevard, for the
month of August, and will join their
parents for the trip home.
Mrs. J. W. McCollum, a charming
matron of Gainesville, has concluded
a short visit to her sister, Mrs. James
Knight, leaving yesterday for Clear Clear-wrater
wrater Clear-wrater to visit Mrs. B. B. Barco, an another
other another sister.
Mrs. Mary Bogie and son Mr. Frank
Bogie, leave Saturday for Savannah
for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clements and
children expect' to leave in a few days
for Daytona Beach to spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the summer.
Mrs. Ardis Waterman will leave
next week for Jacksonville to spend
some time visiting her mother, Mrs.
B. J. Potter and sister, Mrs. Mallory
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin, who
have been spending some time in Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, returned home Tuesday.
m m m
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Burnett are com comparing
paring comparing the attractions of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg today with their home city, Day Daytona,
tona, Daytona, the noted east coast tourist cen center.
ter. center. They have not determined how
long will be their stay in the Sunshine
City. St. Petersburg Independent.
m m m
A new club organized in connection
with the Eastern Star, to promote so sociability
ciability sociability and personal interest among
the members, met yesterday after-
ttroon with Mrs. Charles D. Hulbert. I
About twenty members of the order
were present and spent the afternoon
pleasantly and profitably with sewing.
St. Petersburg Independent.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Reece and Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Pemberton leave to-
department, call 'phone 106)
morrow in their car for Ocala. They
expect to be gone for a week or ten
days on an outing, after which Mi.
Reece will probably drive the car
back here while Mrs. Reece goes on to
visit the wholesale millinery houses i-i
order to collect her fall stock of
goods. Tuesday's Clearwater Sun.
Miss Hall Given a Dance by Miss
Miss Mabel Metiert, the lovely le- l
butant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Meffert, gave the dancing set an eve-
ing of unalloyed pleasure when she
entertained from 8:30 to 1 o'clock last
night at the woman's club in compli compliment
ment compliment to her vivacious and popular
guest, Miss May Hall of St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. The many windows and the large
double doors of the spacious club
were opened wide and though the
evening was one of the warmest of
the summer, the dancers found the
club with its natural coolness increas increased
ed increased greatly by several electric fans,
most delightful. Lively music was
rendered by the orchestra for the
program of sixteen dances and four
For her party Miss Meffert wore a
most becoming dancing frock of white
accordian plaited silk with lace bodice
and lace trimmings. Miss Hall, a de decided
cided decided blond, looked particularly lovely
wearing white chiffon with tunic and
trimmings of old rose chiffon. They
welcdmed the guests very informally
and receiving with them were Messrs.
R. L. Anderson, Jr. and Welsh Dewey.
Frozen punch was served during
the evening by Misses Agnes Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford and Louise Rentz and at inter intermission
mission intermission an ice course was relished.
Mrs. Meffert assisted her daughter
in making the evening so pleasant for
Enjoying Miss Meffert's charming
courtesy were Misses Hall, Lois
Dame, Rexie Todd, Theo and Gladys
Wallis, Ellen Leigh, Ludie Smith,
Margaret Wade, Nellie Beckham,
Onie Chazal, Caroline Harriss, Carol
Perrenot, Mary Burford, Beulah Hall,
Sarah Pearl Martin, Virginia Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, Dorothy and Marion Long,
Margaret Jackson, Alice Sexton,
Edna McClane, Elizabeth Davis, Blair
Woodrow, Blanche Whaley, Martha
Kate Rentz, Sue Moore, Avalee Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Catharine and Mary Harriet
Livingston, Annie Moorhead, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Harriss, Messrs. Clarence and
Fred Meffert, Paul Weathers, Robert,
Leslie and Pat Anderson, Welsh Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, Holmes Walters, W. B. Gallagher,
Norton Davis, John Chazal, Sam
Mathews, Carlisle Izlar, Julius Brown,
Leroy Bridges, Joe Blalock, Richard
Stroud, T. D. Lancaster, Jr., Carol
Blalock, LaG range Sistrunk, Albert
Harriss, Clarence and Olaf "Zewadski,
Sam Burford, Wayne TenEyck, W. M.
Martin, Bernard Koonce, Joe Borden,
Carlton Ervin, Whit Palmer, Earl
Hall, Lahdis and Loonis Blitch and
Frank Harris, Jr.
A very informal and most enjoya enjoyable
ble enjoyable occasion was the dinner given by
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bostick yesterday,
being in honor of their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary. The guests
were Mrs. W. R. Thomas and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Black
and children, all of whom did ample
justice to the delightfully prepared
dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Bostick have
many friends here who wish for them
many more nappy anniversaries.
Col. and Mrs. W. E. Kay and Miss
Ramona Kay, leave tomorrow for
New York, Philadelphia, Atlantic City
and Columbus, Ohio, after which they
will go to Canada, returning at the
end of two months via the New Eng England
land England states. Metropolis.
In Columbus they will visit Col.
and Mrs. Kay's son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muncaste.,
formerly of this city.
A large bridge party was given on
Saturday evening by the management
of the Manor for the guests and their
friends. Nine tables were made up and
the party was given in the sun parlor.
Miss Ethel Walker of Gainesville,
Fla., won the ladies' prize, and the
gentlemen's prize was won by Mr. W.
J. Hilands of Ocala, Fla. Asheville,
(N. C.) Gazette-News.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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Steamers. Low Fares. Best
Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. a AVERY, AGENT
(Continued from Tape Two)
gltlve. I'.lair heaved a sigh' of relief
and tben s-ai.l to Arthur. "You do not
know ruy mother's cousin. Mrs. Bur Burton
ton Burton Randolph, who pives the grand ball
In Richmond tonight Come, let us
have one CJtir, oLe pood time together.
In memory of the old days at Stanley
hall before you j; to the west. I will
introduce you under any name you
cnoosie. TL.-re i a stunning young
New lork widow luts of money and
style about her I want you to meet.
She's Just my style and I want your
approval of her."
Arthur hesitated a moment and then
realized that if the pursuit were still
hot on hi trail the last place he would
be sought for would be at a high soci
ety function. So be shook hands with
Blair and exclaimed heartily:
"I II go you. Blair: One good fling
before I po west to make my fortune.
And If I make it. Itlair, I promise you
that you shall share It.
For Arthur all his generous Impulses
were now founded on the desire to
Hagar's Half Servant, Half Bodyguard,
recompense Blair for the heritage he
had. unknowingly till now, deprived
him of. And Arthur was young. For
him the strong, brotherly affection he
bore for Esther and the desire In hU
heart to do justice to l.lair were now
the m-iin motives of his life. And he
would have this farewell Joyance with
Blair took him first to Abraham
Bloom's private "club," and here, de despite
spite despite Arthur's wiser counsels, counsels
the wisdom of which he now wonder wondered
ed wondered at himself. Blair plunged again at
roulette and lost the money he had
got on his watch at the pawnbroker's
and half of what Arthur had got from
the same source on the diamond from
the sky, of which, of course, Blair
Up to Richmond this night of Mrs.
Randolph's ball came Hagar. She
brought with her Esther, from whom
she was resolved never again to be
parted. Ilagar brought also as half
servant, half bodyguard her lieutenant
in her gypsy queeushlp, Luke Lovell.
Tom Blake, the detective, returned to
Richmond at her summons and met
her. It took but few inquiries with
the means at Blake's command to lo locate
cate locate Blair Stanley, cutting a swath in
Richmond's gayest circles. It was with
surprise Ilagar learned, and a happy
surprise, too. that Blair Stanley was
alive and seemingly uninjured the
while Arthur had believed he had kill killed
ed killed him.
Later in the evening Blake brought
her word that Arthur was with Blair
under an assumed name and It was
evident was going to the Randolph ball
with Blair that night.
On many occasions the thrifty Ilagar
had turned such fashionable functions
as the Randolph ball to good account.
She knew the idle rich welcomed the
diversion of the impromptu appearance
of a gypsy fortune teller on such occa occasions.
sions. occasions. As a gypsy fortune teller she
determined to npiear and confront Ar Arthur
thur Arthur and get the diamond ere he left
Richmond to make his way in the
Meanwhile a fair vision was on the
threshold of Abraham Bloom's private
"club." This fair vision was none oth other
er other than the stunningly attired and viva vivacious
cious vivacious woman of the world. Vivian
Abe's "club" was on a quiet side
street. The supposed "New York so society
ciety society belle" ran little risk of being
seen by any of Richmond "best soci society
ety society ieopl" at 4 in the afternoon as
she hurriedly passed from her waiting
cab Into the double doorway of the
Abraham Bloom received the up up-Josed
Josed up-Josed "New York society leader" with
an astonishing air T frindly familiar familiarity.
ity. familiarity. Vivian M:ir-t..-! imv n-.t have
been a society v York,
as the rest of but
it was true !:. a
gay New Yorker ':ad
met her then on in
one when he i..; :,e-troi-olis.
AU-':" a-ke-l Vivin
met on of ur
Randolph, at P:il:n
" x. ell. I
i ly dames. Mrs.
iU-uh last winter.
I made a hit with her
and I am here
as her guet-
"She gives that blir blowout you hear
o miK-h about t"iii'!it. I want to pick
up some ri-h guy of Richmond and
marry and settle Uown auuii;' the
southern aristocracy. I Lave got plen plenty
ty plenty of fine cIoth. but I had to hock
my Ice In New York to get them and
"I want to beg. borrow or steal a
fine outfit of Jew-lry. and I want you
to help me get the loan of some, un unless
less unless you get enlargement of the heart
and present It to me."
7ilx on that generosity atuXT. YL old
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
tort m Bwttt m m
In 10c Slices
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
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Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street. j
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
fCrnr" repnea air. diuou.
Is bum. There's no money in Klch-
mond except the old Confederate bills
they printed here by the ton during
the war. But I got a brother who
runs a hock shop"
"And you and your brother catch
them coming and going." merrily Inter
jected the New York society leader, so
called. "After you break the boobs
your hock shop brother gets their Jew Jewelry."
elry." Jewelry." "Never you mind about that, klddo,
replied Mr. Bloom affably. "I'll give
you a note to brother Ike to lend you
all the Ice In the refrigerator. He'll
fix you out with sparklers till you'll
look like a chandelier."
The lady departed from Mr. Bloom's
establishment with a compelling note
to his brother, the pawnbroker. The
best Mr. Ike Bloom had in the shop
was the diamond from the sky. In
a fatal moment he displayed It to the
opulent looking lady friend of his
brother. Miss Mars ton of New York,
and that dazzled young person had
eyes for nothing else.
"That for me!" she cried, "and noth
ing else! It would be a sacrilege to
wear anything else with that!"
"Be very careful of It." warned the
cautious Bloom reluctantly. "I don't
know where It came from, but when
you wear that I know you are wearing
one of the finest diamonds In the
"They can't come too good for me,
Mr. Bloom." said Vivian, as she gazed
enraptured at the great Jewel In its
That night Vivian Marston. in all her
luxuriant beauty, set off as it was by
the diamond of the sky blazing on her
fair bosom, was the cynosure of all
eyes at Mrs. Randolph's ball as she
stood with her hostess In the receiving
Arthur and Blair gasped at her beau beauty,
ty, beauty, but stared as if turned to stone to
see the diamond from the sky gleam gleaming
ing gleaming on the bosom of this fair stranger
Ilagar, admitted as soon as her appli application
cation application reached the hostess, happy to
have the novel diversion of-real gyp
sies to tell fortunes at her ball, gasped.
too,-to see the diamond flaunted bold boldly
ly boldly by this dark, luxurious stranger
from the great city.
She thought Arthur had given this
bold faced beauty the diamond from
the sky, and her heart again harden hardened
ed hardened to him.
Esther, dazzled by the lights and th
luxury, clung timidly to Ilagar'a arm.
She had never seen the diamond from
the sky before nor had she ever beard
Outside Luke Lovell loitered Idly,
awaiting to guard Ilagar and Esther
back from the ball when the function
should come to an end.
-Shall we have the fortune first?"
asked the hostess of her guest from
New York. "It wU: be great fun and
help to get things started."
Ilagar had given no sign of recogni recognition
tion recognition to Arthur, and he in turn was re relieved
lieved relieved that his gypsy mother did not
seem Intent on creating any scene. lie
stood aloof with Blair and silent, a yd
See if they don't say
it is the finest bread
they ever ate. Ask
your grocer. Per tflr
uuaia, i luiiua x
though fascinated at the diamond from
the sky blazing on the breast of Vivian
How came It here? was the thought
of both of them, for In all their recon reconciliation
ciliation reconciliation they had sedulously avoided
discussing the baleful gem of their an ancestor.
cestor. ancestor. "I have a wondrous fortune to tell
this lady," said Ilagar huskily as she
Indicated Vivian- "Will the lady go
aside and wait for me?"
"What fun! You must tell me all
your wondrous fortune! Now, don't
forget!" exclaimed Mrs. Randolph as
Vivian Marston smiled and nodded as assent
sent assent to this and gilded away to a seat
by a low, heavily curtained window
In the small tea room off the great
Vivian had Just ettled herself with
the serene self satisfaction that she
A Strong Hand Clutchod at Hr Throat.
was the sensation of the evening, shs
and the great blazing gem upon her
breast. Then she saw Ilagar, leaving
Esther to be gently patronized by Mrs.'
Randolph, coming toward her to tell
She settled herself back in the low
gilt chair against the parted velvet
hangings of the window, and then she
felt a strong hand clutch at her throat,
throttling her through the curtains so
she could not shriek aloud. Then a
brawny forearm drew back her shape shapely
ly shapely neck, and the strangling hand loos loosened
ened loosened its bold on her neck and snatched
away boldly the diamond from th
(Continued Next Week)
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EL1BALUEHS
PHONES 47, 101, SCS
.: OCALA, FLORIDA
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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, AUGUST 3. 1915
C. T. U. PROGRAM
Masons meet this evening.
Dr. Newsom rested well last
night and is doing very well today.
Mr. P. V. Leavengood attended the
Romeo picnic today.
Mr. C. B. Strickland returned last
night from a trip to Gainesville.
Captain Russell of Lake Weir was
in town today.
Have you tried those delicious Max-
ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
The A. C. L. has mended the breaks
in its line down in Pinellas, and No.
40 came thru from St. Petersburg on
imA tnriav for the first time since!
The. Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents
per glass. Try it. tf
BOUT "WE -SfVH
The following program will Le ren-1
dered at the silver tea to be given j
by the W. C. T. U. tomorrow after
noon at 4 o'clock, at the residence of
Mr .and Mrs. R. Ii. Bullock. Every
one is cordially invited to be present.
Instrumental solo, "Impromptu," by
Miss Dorothy Lancaster. j
Vocal solo, "Mammy's Song," byt
Miss Sara Gross.
Vocal olo with violin obhgato, "Uh,j joe White
Dry Those Tears," by Misses Sara
Gross and Gladys Martin.
Piano solo, selected, by Miss Irma
Song, "Absence," by Miss Gladys
Reading, selected, by Miss Mamie
Vocal solo, "A Little Pink Rose,"
bv Miss Musie Bullock.
Vocal solo, selected, by Miss Irma
Reading, by Miss Mamie Gross.
Introduction of state president.
Miss Minnie E. Neal, by Mrs. T. E.
PINE ISLAND PICNIC
(Continued from Third Page)
There will be a picnic at Pine Isl
There will be a very interesting and, about half a mile west of Romeo,
! double contest held at the Griner at a point near the old Shipp place, on
! Farm school house Thursday. August Thursday, August 5th. Speakers on
Mrs. V. G. Mason has as her guest 5th. The first contest will be in sing- j both sides will be invited to address
her sister, Miss Evelyn White, of ing by the young people. the people on the question of county
Plant City, who is a frequent visitor. Song, The Hymns of the Old division. There will be sack races,
in Tampa- She has a number of Church Choir Sung by Zeda Cahoon foot races and other amusements,
friends here Tampa Times. and Robert Suggs. jThe public cordially invited to attend
Mi Vhit uns n rprpnt vUitnr to Snmphndv's Rnv Bv Veda Grav i and bring well filled baskets. Re-
i Ocala, the guest of her brother, Mr. and Lester Wilson. j freshments will be served by Mr. J.
Stand Up for Prohibition By i nutcmns. uespecuuuy,
W. O. Brewer.
GRAND GOLD MEDAL CONTEST
This report Is made from observa observa-Tomorrow
Tomorrow observa-Tomorrow may be too late, so cornel ... Mr F G. B.
Mr. Linn Sanders has removed the
Times-Union bureau from its location
between the Globe and the Ocala
Bargain House to the Board of Trade
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
lar's worth of other groceries, for
Max. Min R. F.
90 74 .56
WWW. 90 75 .39
WWW. 88 70 .05
Mrs. L. T. Izlar returned yesterday
from Hawthorne, where she enjoyed
u pleasant visit of two days with
The many friends of Miss Carrie
Dean of Gainesville, who has been an
efficient member of the high school
faculty for the past two years, will
be sorry to learn that she has sent in
her resignation to the school board
and that the same has been accepted.
A CORDIAL INVITATION
You are cordially invited to attend
an old-fashioned singing at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Sunday evening, August
8th, at 8 p. m. Come and help sing
some of the old songs your mother
sang. Chorus of forty voices. A large
orchestra. Plenty of fans.
W. M. S. MEETING
The Woman's Missionary Society
will meet Friday afternoon at 4
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
The Indian baseball team arrived
last night on No. 9 and took up their
headquarters at the Empire Cafe.
They are an athletic set and should
have a walkover with our amateurs.
Partly cloudy tonight and Friday, o'clock at the Methodist church.
probably showers Friday.
Charlie Chaplin will be at the Tem
ple tonight; also Cutey who is almost toss Bluff, August 4 Mr. J. P. Da
as funny. There will also be an in- vjs ma(ie a pleasant visit to Ocala Fri-
teresting Lubin drama, featuring (jay
Velma Whitman and L. C. Shumway. Mrs. s. J. Martin left Tuesday for
Swansea, S. C, where she will visit
Mr. J. C. Wheeler has gone to Mur- relatives and menus
freesboro. Tenn., to move his family Mr. W. V. liouthit and iamuy, wno
to Ocala. where they will reside in j moved here about a year and a half
future. Mr. Wheeler wiH be actively ago, returned to Alabama last week
enfraeed in the management of the Their many friends regret their de
Maiion Hardware Company. He for- parture.
Yesterday was the eighth birthday
of Miss Frances Bowie and to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the happy occasion Mrs. B. B.
Bowie invited ten little girls and boys
to go to the matinee with her daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. After witnessing the pictures, a
visit to the Court Pharmacy was
made. There ice cream was served
the guests who were Violet and Her
bcrt Jones, Nellie Wallis, Sarah
Johnson, Lucile and Felder Lang,
Frank Ditto, Jr., Adaline Malever,
Mabel Goldman and Edward Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. Attesting her popularity. Miss
Frances was the recipient of a num
ber of pretty birthday gifts. The
prty was also enjoyed by Mrs. Bow-
t's sisters, Misses Georgia and Katie
Quinney of Louisville, Ga.
Mrs. Eli A. Osborne and Miss Mar
garet Wade were luncheon guests to
day of the former's cousin, Mr. Carl
lay at Martel.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Our sheet music stock is up-to-date.
8-2-tf Lattner's Piano Store.
merly resided in Ocala when with the
International Harvester Company and
beside his stock in the Marion Hard
ware Company, has a pretty orange
grove at Candler.
Secretary Rooney has been confin confined
ed confined to his home for the last four days
by a carbuncle on his left leg. It is
getting better but the doctor' does not
ullow him to bear his weight on it. In
spite of his disability, he keeps up his
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
The Indian baseball team, which ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala last evening, defeated
the: Gainesville team yesterday by 3
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tl
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham left
this 'afternoon for Cape May Point, N.
J.. to SDend the remainder of the
The fire this morning was in a small
cottage near the water works. The
fire was caused by a defective flue.
The department put the blaze out be
fore it did much damage.
Mr. A. David of Jacksonville, a
cousin of Messrs. S. A. and N. Moses,
wholesale grocers of this city, is in
town on a ten days' visit to his cous cousins.
ins. cousins. Mr. David has a large dry goods
store on Main street, Jacksonville.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
We are glad to know that Mr. A
M. Morrison who has been very sick,
Misses Katie Long and Celia Col-
jlins spent Saturday night with their
friend, Miss Sallie Morrison.
Little Miss Elsie Davis spent Fri
day night with little Miss Alice Col
Mr. M. O. Morrison and Mr. Clyde
Collins made a fishing trip to Pine
Bluff Saturday and was well reward
ed for their efforts.
Mr. Elton Stanaland of Lynne vis
ited Sunday school here Sunday af t-
Mrs. M. N. Waters and Miss Angy
Collins made a pleasant call Sunday
Blitchton, Aug. 4. Messrs. B. C.
Blitch and J. T. Burgess spent Satur
day in Ocala.
Misses Legie Blitch and Emma Ek
lof and Messrs. Landis and Looms
Blitch and Alonzo Folks attended the
ball game in Ocala Thursday after
Miss Opal Blitch entertained a
nnrnhpr of her friends Friday evening
at the home of her parents, Mr. and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E
Mrs: Tl. R. Blitch. I Martin.
MprS. T-nndis and Loonis Blitch Miss Annie Lee Marsh spent bun
. I i -il i r i it: f v.
x i: 1 f frianHs I QaV Willi Iier lneilU, HS3 Altmt
tTi j set.-hack I Fort.
party in honor of Mr. Alonzo Folks of
Mr. E. A. Osborne of Ocala was a
Dr. Blitch and Miss Legie Blitch
motored to Ocala Tuesday to meet
Mrs. Charles Henry Price of Palatka,
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
who will be their cuest for two weeks, meets at Yonge hall the second ana
tc- : nfr,.ii.. xzWn fourth lhursdav evenmjrs or eaci.
1,usa uc""";,c "ll"VJU"'' .V ?OA V1 V
and ner guest, imss mourns oi irvme, Mrg Emi,y Webb w M
were Saturday caiiers. Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
Fiances Wilson and Fred Crews.
The Drunkard's Child By Aman Amanda
da Amanda Spencer and Lil Carpenter.
Touch Not, Taste Not, Handle Not
By Kate Davis and James Leitner.
Tell Him Little Lou is Dead By
Thelma Cahoon and Harry Scarbor
I'll Be There By Rosco Rheims.
Recitation, The Crimson Ballot
By Fred Crew a.
Matron's Franchise Contest
Nature's Veto By Mrs. Cahoon.
The Vine Theory Disproved Mrs.
Rescued Mrs. Spencer.
Ma Can't Vote Mrs. Lotz.
Shall Women Have the Ballot
Iet 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
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.
Time, eight o'clock sharp.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
J. T. Hutchins,
J. B. McGehee,
J. B. Dean,
W. II. Markham,
J. D. WiggiM,
L. IL Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
J. L. Starling,
General ricnic Committee.
Advertise in the Star.
On Friday night, August. Cth, at
the Methodist church, this city, be beginning
ginning beginning 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, Wilson Barrett of
Belleview, Lester Wilson of Griner
Farm, Miss Emelia Sneller if Mont Mont-brook,
brook, Mont-brook, Miss Cevie Roberts of Ocala
and Miss Mamie Ruth San "ers of
Dunnellon. Miss Minnie E. Neal of
Jacksonville will be present Every Everyone
one Everyone is invited.
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Soid by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
FRESH buttermiiK at the Court
Tharmacy fountain every day. tf
& afore toc 6tcf see Ow
Hie I.ake Weir W. C. T. U. held its'
regular meeting Thursday afternoon.
July 29th. The meeting was called t-
Miss Katie Mae Eairleton left this oruvr :?y me ireMueiu. a .iaicvi
afternoon for Lady Lake, where-she the Lord's prayer which was followed
...:n i u ck- t i,niM dv tne readme oi ine im rsaini.
I 1 1 1
Tfatme for a week. r.ini memueis ami iwo v.Mior, r
spor.ded to tne roil can. responses
T-k O 1U f 0.n I iim I Will" OUT SlillC OJIItCI S. iUIIIUtca Ul
ami Snnnlv Go., exnects to leave pievious mming wtfrtr reau anu u
--"-It.' r I
Snturdav for Montezuma. Ia.. where proved
he will join his family and early in
September bring them home.
ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD
Some time was taken up in discus
sing the plans for Mrs. Sigmon's sil
ver medal contest which the union de
sires to have the last of August or
the first of September. The union de-
The annual barbecue at Oxford will cided to pay Mrs. Rast for the silver
be held on the first Saturday in Aug
ust, being the 7th day of the month.
Arrangements will be made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar
becued beef. Cold drinks and ice
cream will be on hand all day. Every
effort 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
ant and profitable for you.
Signed: F. M. Hammonds, R. M.
I) riggers, 1. P. Rainey) R. P. Bowman
L. R. Lee, T. B. Baldron, S. C. Car-
uthers, committee in charge.
NOW FOR (I i$V; fr KL? ii -EH
THE AUW ifki T Tk
medal contest which she is getting up
in her Sunday school class.
Two bills were ordered paid.
The literary part of the hour was
conducted by Mrs. Reed, the subject
being: Quiz on W. C. T. U. Organi
zation. Mrs. Reed had some very in interesting
teresting interesting questions to ask the mem members.
The subject of next meeting, "Cur
rent Events from the Press," by Miss
Harriet L. Simpson.
Roll call, "authors."
Friday afternoon Mrs. Washburn
and Mrs. Shaw brought down three
gold medal contestants from Ocala" on
the afternoon train. Bathing Avas en
joyed in the lake. Supper was served Jg
at the church, the weather preventing g
them from having it in the park as
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
"A customer came into my store the
other day and said to one of my clerks,
have vou anvthincr that will cure di
arrhoea?' and my clerk went and got planned. .The following contestants
him a bottle of Chamberlain s Uoiic, took part: Misses Mary Ela Bray and
lnoiera and uiarrnoea ftemeujr, t; r,.rrv nf nrah' Amanda Smn
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PHONE 118, - OCALA, FLA.
Mr. J. W. Coulter spent
morning in the Brick City.
Miss Opal Blitch left Monday for
Paisley, where she will teach school
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Miss
Mabel Hendrix of Morriston were
Mrs. O. S. Sanders returned home
Sunday from a visit east of Ocala.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren alwaj's welcomo. Club house
opposite postoffir;e, east side.
L. H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh veget jles, milk and eggs, tf
The newest book, out on Aug. 8th and
for sale on that date at
. 3t THE BOOK SHOP.
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
3650 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville.
Electra, August 3. Mrs. Ida Hig Hig-ginbotham
ginbotham Hig-ginbotham and son Charles and her
little niece Miss Mae Mason, who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella
Sellers, has returned to her home at
Miss Annie Marsh spent Sunday as
the guest of Miss Martha Fort and
Mr. Wilson Caldwell as the guest of
Mr. Samuel Fort.
Miss Myrtle Mock, who has been
visiting friends at Lynne, is home
Miss Birdie Armstrong who has
been visiting Miss Dixie Pillans, re returned
turned returned to her home at Madison this
Mr. D. E. Caldwell made a business
trip to Ocala last week.
Messrs. S. Allred and G. W. Brant,
Jr., made a business and pleasure trip
to Graham ville and Connor recently.
Miss Mae Halford spent Sunday
with her friend Miss Francis Marsh.
Mrs. G. A. Sellers is staying with
Mrs. J. J. Hudnell during her illness.
Mrs. Hudnell's friends hope to see her
out again soon.
Mr. J. P. Halford, who was carried
to the Ocala hospital and had an op operation
eration operation performed, is still improving.
His friends are glad to hear it.
Mr. M. O. Morrison of Moss Bluff,
spent Sunday with Mrs. J. H. Hal
ford, who is sick.
Fishing is fine sport these days.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
On Saturday and Monday. 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Tul jTa Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F..
meets iu Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clocli. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extend sd to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
LniOX-IUXX MASONIC I-ODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" or each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
said to him, 'if this does not cure you,
I will not charce you a cent for it., So
he took it home and came back in a
day or two and said he was cured,"
writes J. II. Berry & Co., Salt Creek,
Va. Obtainable everywhere.
cer of Zuber, and Mr. Lester Wilson
of Griner Farm. Lester Wilson won
the gold medal. The judges were Mr.
II. IL Rast and Mrs. A. M. Reed of I
Weirsdale and Mrs. S. A. McCook of
Pahst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best. Leesburg. The Lake Weir Union pre-
" . I i i ii i .u a: a
mirpst and most healthful of ALL senveu w me w vk
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf receive the medal great bunches of
Deautiiui roses, urace xi. ohwk,
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEED3
"WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"
No Extaa Cluarge
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
to indigestion j -p fvr t TMQ nnTTFflF WTNTFT? PARK
"Alrvii tVirca mnnth a crn when I IWUUlllU V-XJUiJV-Jj
was suffering from indigestion which I r-n- mw,A nri Ttntirnl r"mnna in Florida College. Academy.
i i j : i. j .j : 11 l I
causea neaaacne ami uijr f t...:- t Art. TYimt;. .nd Industrial Art. Bu-
marlo mo fool tiroH nnrt rfpsnondent. II Aiiuoiv.
i v. i:t tui'I ina Tprhfri Course
beiran takincr Chamberlain's Tablets" mess.
I . it I XT I . ...
WANTED Two or three live men to I writes mts. yeo. iion, iuaceuuu, x. Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, hre protection, line gym
sell and collect sick and accident
surance. Call at office over Teapot
Grocery Store between 5 and G p
P. C. Wind, Manager.
in- Anis meaicine uruvru V I nasium. no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment, inree teacners oi
I thine I needed, as one davs treat-1
ment relieved me greatly. 1 used twoi JL.. n- il1s(n. Khftol. full banking eouinment. New chemical
. m. bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and I
: l l n -a fnrin, AnnirtTvofl with pvcrv m nA p rn Hpvip analvsis of
a. . M I ill i uvaiLai uuu: AbVA f w- - -
they rid me of this trouble.
WOODMEA OF THE WOULD
Fort King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and foarth Friday. Vibitir.?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Tlerk.
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
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
CastVe Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Cbas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake R'OJvn, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OT A.
Concordia Ixxjge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yongt's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Gee L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary Ad
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, m Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mfr'asses feeds. 65tf
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
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.
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 less 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
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping Inquire at the Co
Education la the instruction of th
Intellect In the laws of nature, under
which name I Include not merely
things and their forces, but men and
their ways; and the fashioning of the
affections and of the will into an
earnest and loving desire to move In
harmony with those laws. rlluxley.
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
hoatinc. nwimminc. coif, tennis, football, basketball: Christian but unde
nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park. Fix.
COLIC. CHOLERA AND
"I never hesitate to recomend Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea
Rpmedv." writes Sol Williams, mer
chant. Jesse. Tenn. 'I sell more of it
than any other preparation of like
character. I have used it myself and
found it eave me more relief than any
thing else I have ever tried for the
same purpose. UDiainame every
A full line of loose leal ledgers,
note books and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf
FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE
RL Rer. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Sto Leo Colle
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City ami On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES,
$225 FOR TEH SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH. TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15,1915
If vou will eet a bottle of Cham
berlain's Liniment and observe the di directions
rections directions given therewith faithfully,
you will recover in much less time
than is usually required. Obtainable
Way Out of the Difficulty.
Refore beirg taken to visit friend
for luncheon she was admonished not
to ask for her favorite portion of
chicken, the drumstick. Upon bellg
asked which piece ehe would like she
remarked, at the same time looking
at her mother wistfully, "You put It
over here and I'll help myself."
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
TnE STATE UNIVERSITY
Hiehest standards, ranking with the
largest and best Universities of the
North and Kast.
317 student la-at session. Total en
rollment tS9. Including summer school.
Tuition free, excepting $20 per se semester
mester semester for law.
For further Information addreaa.
X. A. MURFIIKKE. PmUcst
KI.OItlDA STATK t'OLLEGR FOR
WOMBX, TALLAHASSEE. FLC
Standard the same aa those of the
he', colleges and universities In U
.Modem build In us and equipment; all
473 students refrular term; 1CJ sum summer
mer summer It-rra; total enrollment last ses session
sion session 3.
Tuition free in college and normal
For catalouga and Information write,
EDWARD CO 31 RAO I Preside t.