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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL. 21.
u
11,11
Tidal Wave and
IT IS FFARED THAT DAMAGE
Dallas, Texas, Aug. 18. Scores
have perished in the West Indian hur hurricane
ricane hurricane that swept the Texas coast
Sunday and Monday, according to
reports received here today. Eight Eighteen
een Eighteen soldiers, it is said, were killed at
Texas City, in the regular army
camp.
Near Galveston, thirty or forty
civilians are reported dead.
Six deaths are reported at Laporte,
eight at Morgan's Point and three at
Sylvan Beach. Fifty to sixty soldiers
were injured at Texas City.
SOLDIERS KILLED IN TEXAS
CITY
Waco, Texas, Aug. 18 Twejve sol soldiers
diers soldiers were killed in Texas City and
three times as many injured, 'when
the Thompson building collapsed dur during
ing during last night's storm, says the sixth
edition of the Houston Chronicle of
Tuesday. About thirty or forty civil civilians,
ians, civilians, mostly women and children,
perished.
Military rule has been established
in Texas City.
IT MAY HAVE BEEN WORSE
THAN STORM OF FIFTEEN
YEARS AGO
Houston, Texas, via Temple tele telephone
phone telephone to Dallas, Aug. 18. The Hous Houston
ton Houston Chronicle prints an interview with
J. R. Montgomery, Houston corres correspondent
pondent correspondent for the Galveston News, who
got as far as the ; Galveston cause causeway,
way, causeway, Tuesday, in which Montgomery
declares the storm damage to be
greater than in 1900. He is confi confident
dent confident the number of dead is large.
SUFFERING IN THE CITY
Galveston, Aug. 18, 1- p. m. (By
wireless from the United States
transport Buford) There is consid considerable
erable considerable suffering in the city. The wa water,
ter, water, lighting, gas and street car sys systems
tems systems are 6ut of commission. There
is no drinking water in the city.
Three hundred feet of the causeway
was destroyed. Everybody in Fort
Crockett is safe.
BODY OF FRANK
SENT TO BROOKLYN
Corpse in Atlanta Tuesday Afternoon
Was Viewed by Great Crowds
Atlanta, Aug. 18. The body of
Leo M. Frank who was taken from
his bed at the state prison farm Mon Monday
day Monday night by a well organized mob of
some twenty-five men and carried to
Marietta and hanged, was placed in
the office of an undertaking company
here yesterday afternoon and for
several hours the crowds that block blocked
ed blocked the streets in front of the place
for a block were allowed to file singly
through the building and view the
body. The body was sent to the home
of his parents in Brooklyn this morn morning.
ing. morning. 4
An investigation of Frank's body
showed that he met his death by
strangulation and that he was not
struck by bullets or otherwise mutil mutilated.
ated. mutilated. EXPECTED IT
Leo Frank's Wife was Not Surprised
at the Lynching
Milledgeville, Ga., Aug. 18. Mrs.
Io M. Frank received the news that
her husband had been lynched in a
manner that led those present to be believe
lieve believe she had been expecting it. She
was preparing to go to her uncle's
home at Athens, Ga., when she was
apprised of what had occurred. As
far as known she did not collapse
and is reported to be bearing up well
under the ordeal.
Tires are cash, but we will give you
the bestitire service you ever put on.
you car. Immediate and liberal ad
justments always. Davies the Tire
Man. 8-12-tf

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Fierce Wind Lashed the Coast
of Texas

TO GALVESTON AND OTHER CITIES IS GREATER THAN IT WAS
FIFTEEII YEARS AGO

(Associated Press)
GOING TO BE
Belleview Team Will be Here Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow to Play the Ocala Boys
The Belleview team will be here
tomorrow for a game with the local
nine. Belleview has been polishing
off the bush league teams in the
southern part of the county, and is
well up in its work. Our giants
won't have any walkover with them,
and the game is likely to be close
and interesting.
The Star bespeaks a good attend attendance
ance attendance on the game. It will be a good
game, and it is a patriotic duty to
attend. The team lost money on the
game with Williston last Wednesday,
and when we consider how hard the
boys work we should always attend
in sufficient force to put them thru.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Official Report of the Proceedings at
the Meeting of the Board
August 16th
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 1G, 1915.
The board of county commissioners
met pursuant to adjournment with
all members present.
The following taxpayers came be before
fore before the board and complained of the
raise in their assessments, to-wit: V.
B. Potts, Mrs. A. W. Kelsey, J. L.
Starling, Acme Phosphate Co., Mrs.
Hattie Jump, B. R. Chambers, L. H.
Hiers, Martha Markham, Mrs. Clem Clem-mie
mie Clem-mie Sparkman, J. M. Hudgens, J. L.
B. Hudgens, Mary L. Hudgens, Clyde
Markham, Walter Markham, Mrs. M.
O. Wallis, Dr. T. K. Slaughter, L. W.
Duval, Lanier Robertson, W. T. Hen Henderson.
derson. Henderson. The board refused to make any
changes except as follows:
R. L. Martin: 160 acres in sec 32,
tp 16 s r 24, reduced to $100, and 200
acres in sec 11, tp 16 s, r 24, reduced
to $200.
J. M. Hudgens: 80 acres in sec 34,
tp 14 s, r 20, reduced to $150.
J. L. B. Hudgens: 40 acres in sec
34, tp 14 s, r 20, reduced to $180.
Mary L. Hudgens: 40 acres in sec
34, tp 14 s, r 20, reduced to $80.
Mrs. A. W. Kelsey: 33 acres in sec
19, tp 17, r 20, reduced to $250.
B. R. Chambers: Lots 9 and 10, blk
7, Marion Heights, reduced to $300,
and lot 7, block 9, reduced to $40.
L. W. Duval: Sec 5, tp 16, r.25, re reduced
duced reduced to $600.
W. T. Henderson: 130 acres in sec
16, tp 15 s, r 24, reduced to $320.
On motion the clerk was instructed
to draw warrant in favor of Geo. A.
Nash to pay expenses of sending
Tom Caldwell, a little boy, to his rel relatives
atives relatives in North Dakota, instead of to
the reform school, a saving to the
county of $70.
On motion the tax assessor was in instructed
structed instructed to strike from the assess assessment
ment assessment rolls all personal property be belonging
longing belonging to W. H. Blackman.
There being no further business,
the board adjourned.
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
NEGRO BOY STABBED TO DEATH
A negro boy, by the name of Louis
Shingles, about 17 years of age was
stabbed to death by Andrew Young,
another negro of about the same age,
yesterday in the Pedro section. The
wounded boy was( brought to Ocala
for surgical treatment but died last
night. At last accounts the murderer
had not been arrested.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.

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COTTON LISTED
AS
ALLIES EXPECTED TO MAKE
FORM A L A NX O UN CEM ENT
THIS EVENING
(Associated Press)
London, Aug. 18. The proclama proclamation
tion proclamation declaring cotton contraband is
expected tonight or tomorrow by
Great Britain and France.
SCOTT LOFTIN IN THE CITY
Grand Chancellor will Address the
Knights of Pythias this
Evening
Every member of Ocala Lodge No.
19 Knights of Pythias is urged to be
at Castle Hall tonight to meet Grand
Chancellor Scott M. Loftin, of Pensa Pensa-cola,
cola, Pensa-cola, who is making his annual official
visit with the local lodge.
Mr. Loftin arrived in the city this
morning from Gainesville and is be being
ing being shown the city and surrounding
attractions this afternoon by Knights
D. W. Tompkins, Wm. M. Gober and
George Rentz. They went to Silver
Springs in their rounds.
The meeting at Castle Hall tonight
promises to be a most interesting
one, and Chancellor Charles Howell
especially urges the members to
come out and welcome the highest
official of the order in the state to our
city. Several of the lodges of nearby
towns have been invited to meet with
Ocala lodge this evening.
SOUTH AMERICAN
STATESMEN SAFE
Arrived this Morning on United
States Gunboat at New
Orleans
(Associated Press)
New Orleans, Aug. 18. The Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian Minister Cardosa to Mexico
City, arrived here on the gunboat
Sacramento this morning. He was
received by the mayor, governor and
United States representatives. He is
the guest of the city. He leaves for
Washington tonight. He refused to
discuss Mexican affairs. Dr. Ortega,
Guatemalan minister, also arrived.
IMPRESSED BY WHAT HE
SAW AROUND OCALA
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secretary Board of
Trade, Ocala, Fla.
Dear Sir: During the past few
weeks, I have been absent most of the
time on an automobile trip through
the southern part of the state, going
as far as Miami, and therefore, have
not had the opportunity to thank you
for the courtesies extended me at th
time I was in Ocala, last month.
I was very much impressed by the
growth of corn, which I saw at the
Oklawaha farm, and by the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of the land, which has been
drained there, and it seems a pity to
me, that the results obtained are not
more generally known and recogniz recognized.
ed. recognized. I am very much obliged to you and
to Mr. Hocker and Mr. Sexton, who
made my trip so pleasant and satis satisfactory,
factory, satisfactory, and I hope that when you go
sight-seeing, you will come this way.
W. L. Bell.
Davenport, Fla., Aug. 17.
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
in the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

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FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST in, 1915

LEGAL STEPS HIS!
tip LB
ACCORDING TO GOVERNOR HARRIS, WILL BE TAKEN
TO THE LIMIT

(Associated Press)

Atlanta, Aug. 18. Governor Har Harris
ris Harris has announced that all the legal
machinery available will be put in
motion to apprehend Leo Frank's
lynchers. The governor came from
Fitzgerald, where he was in atten attendance
dance attendance upon the reunion of the Unit United
ed United Confederate Veterans, as soon as
he heard of the lynching. The gov governor
ernor governor declared the affair was shock shocking
ing shocking and would be investigated to the
limit. He hasn't decided what to do
immediately. It is believed that
much depends upon the findings of
the Cobb county coroner's jury, which
meets again next Tuesday. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Harris said he hasn't decided
whether it would be advisable to of offer
fer offer a reward for the apprehension of
the lynchers. Prison Commissioner
Raney arrived today from Milledge Milledgeville
ville Milledgeville and OGmmissioner Davison is
expected shortly. They say nothing
was gained in the investigation at
the penitentiary.
REWARDS WILL BE OFFERED
The governor later announced he
would offer rewards.
POSTCARDS BARRED
Postcard pictures of the body hang hanging
ing hanging to the tree have ; been barred
from the mails.
Ocala Company Showed Up Well at
the State Encampment
The Ocala Rifles returned from the
state encampment on this morning's
A. C. L. train. The boys are all
bronzed and bearded, glad of their ex experience
perience experience and glad to return home.
The company showed up well at the
encampment, and its home town
should feel proud of its record.
A Company furnished the color
guards for the regiment, from the
time of the arrival of the company
till the closing of the encampment.
That company also was the winning
company in the security and inspec inspection
tion inspection contest (patrol work).
The Ocala Rifles, during the quarter
oi a century of its existence, has car carried
ried carried off honors at each state en encampment
campment encampment and this year has been no
exception.
About one-fourth of the company
remained at the encampment to take
part for the remainder of the week
in rifle instruction. Those remain remaining
ing remaining are as follows:
Capt. F. E. Weihe, Lieut. H. C.
Campbell, Leiut. J. E. Leitner, Corp.
J. F. Marsh and Privates L. Allen, M.
G. Albritton, F. H. Andrea, W. An Andrea,
drea, Andrea, G. Bradford, H. Bradford, W.
Caruthers, W. Chalker, J. I. Gaines,
E. Grantham, R. L. Hilton, J. H.
Lane, C. E. Perry, R. A. Raines, J.
W. Stevens, L. L. Usry.
Captain Weihe stayed as assistant
inspector small arms practice. Lieut.
H. C. Campbell stayed as quartermas quartermaster
ter quartermaster of commissary for the details and
such officers and men as have stayed
to qualify to represent the state in
the coming rifle matches.
A ball game was played at Black
Point Sunday and finished later, be between
tween between Capt. Drake's company of
Ocala and Capt. Lowry's company of
Tampa, in which the Ocala boys beat
the Tampa boys 5 to 2.
PROMINENT RAILROAD
MAN HAS PASSED
(Associated Press)
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 18. It is re reported
ported reported here that T. S. Moise, general
manager of the Central of Georgia
railroad, died at Tomagami, Canada,
yesterday.
LYNCHING IN ALABAMA
(Associated Presi)
Montgomery, Aug. 18. "Kid"
Jackson and Henry Russell, two ne negroes,
groes, negroes, were lynched at Hope Hill this
morning. Another negro who was
rescued later died in the hospital.
They were charged with poisoning
mules.
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i.

ENIN

LOCAL LFGISLATIOH
I City Council Had a Long and Busy
Session Last Night
The city council met last evening
with all members present except
Councilman Moore, who is absent
from the city, and was excused. Min Minutes
utes Minutes of last meeting were read and
approved.
Mr. Roess offered a resolution in instructing
structing instructing the bond trustees to for forward
ward forward the $100,000 sewerage bonds to
the purchasers in Toledo. Upon roll
call all voted for the resolution ex except
cept except Messrs. Gerig and Meffert.
The clerk was instructed to for forward
ward forward to the McCrary company fifty
copies of plans and specifications for
the city sewerage plant, to be fur furnished
nished furnished to prospective bidders.
A petition from property owners
on Hazel street (Fox Lane) asking
the council to provide drainage for
said street, was referred to the
street committee.
A communication from the Mc McCrary
Crary McCrary company calling the attention
of the, council to the fact that no
hour was named for the opening of
the sealed bids for sewerage con construction
struction construction on September 14th. Clerk
was instructed to inform all bidders
that no bids would be received after
September 13th, and that they would
be opened at 3 o'clock p. m. on Sep September
tember September 14th at the council chamber.
Bill of Mr. R. A. Burford for attor attorney's
ney's attorney's fees in connection with the
bond validation case before the cir circuit
cuit circuit court was referred to the finance
committee. The communication ac accompanying
companying accompanying the bill stated that the
case had been appealed to the state
supreme court by Messrs. Anderson
and Camp, and that as that court
was now taking its summer vacation
the matter would probably not come
up for hearing until the early part of
October.
A report of the police committee
recommending the discharge of Po Policeman
liceman Policeman Felts for absenting himself
from the city while on duty was
unanimously adopted, and said officer
declared discharged from the force.
City Engineer Drake presented an
estimate of the cost of draining the
low places at the intersection of Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and May streets and also at
Magnolia and Van Buren streets.
Report referred to the street commit committee.
tee. committee. The condition of these streets
after a very hard rain shows that
they need attention. This is the
section surrounding the Seaboard
passenger depot, and a great deal of
inconvenience is caused the traveling
public by the immense quantities of
water carried to this point from the
uptown section, with no adequate
drainage.
Engineer Drake also reported on
several locations for the sewerage
disposal plant. Report filed.
A communication was read from
Mr. R. B. Bullock regarding the pro proposed
posed proposed opening of South Fourth street
from Sanchez to Watula street. He
offered the city free of charge a right
of way through his property for this
street, and further offered his pro professional
fessional professional services gratis in case it
becomes necesesary for the city to
erter condemnation proceedings
against property owners in th sec section
tion section to be used for said street. The
Ocala sub-school board has alo con consented
sented consented to donate the portion of its
property necessary for the opening
of the street.
The application of Oliver Fipes for
the position of police officer was re referred
ferred referred to the police committee.
A communication was read from
the Southard Construction Co., Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Fla., offering the services of
that company in any capacity requir required
ed required by the city in the construction of
the new electric light plant. Com Communication
munication Communication ordered filed for refer reference.
ence. reference. The condition of the wooden awn awnings
ings awnings and sheds on North Magnolia
street opposite the Florida House
was reported dangerous from a fire
standpoint as well as unsanitary by
Sanitary Officer Cleveland. Referred

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Another Air Raid on Eastern
England

ALLIES AI THE DARDANELLES,
MADE SOME
(Associated
to the building committee with power
to act.
The matter of making new- con contract
tract contract with the Ocala Steam Laundry
for furnishing steam from the elec electric
tric electric light plant was referred to the
light and water committee with
power to act.
Pol'ccman Walter Wells applied
for leave of absence, which was re referred
ferred referred to the police committee with
power to act.
At a former meeting a resolution
was referred to the fire committee
lookipg to the purchase of an auto
fire truck. This resolution was re
ferred back to the council without
recommendation. Mr. Roess moved
that the resolution as originally pre
sented be adopted. Motion carried
unanimously. The resolution provides
for the purchase of an auto truck for
$5500, paying in five installments
beginning with one of $500 on Jan.
1, 1917, the last one payable on Jan.
1, 1920, with interest at rate of C per
cent per annum.
The light and water committee
made its report, which was approved
as follows:
Water Works Department
Operating and profit and loss ac
count from Jan. 1, 1915, to July 1,
1915.
DEBITS
General Expenses:
Salaries $ 1,515.00
Stationery and printing. 42.40
Miscellaneous 70.06
$ 1,627.46
Operating Plant:
Labor 637.87
Fuel 2,767.99
Waste and lubricants... 85.06
Boiler and engine 101.69
Miscellaneous 20.91
$ 3,613.52
Distribution-Maintnance:
Labor 305.87
Pipe 120.61
Fittings and supplies... 47.75
Repairs 54.54
$ 528.77
Insurance 152.00
Interest coupons 2,725.00
Refunds 32.90
Total expense $ 8,679.65
CREDITS
Water cents $ 7,916.60
Sales of meters 143.07
House rent, etc 59.74
Rebate 149.27
Total receipts $ 8,268.68
Balance Loss 410.97
Note: This shows a loss of $410.97
during the operation of the water
plant from Jan. 1, 1915, to July 1,
1015. Your committee cannot see
where the waterworks can be operat operated
ed operated more economically than they have
been.
In previous statements it has been
asserted that the cost for pumping
water is about 17c per thousand feet,
and on an average it brings the city
about 13c per thousand feet, so if
previous reports are correct the city
loses 5c on an average per thousand
feet.
This shows the urgent necessity of
building our combined light and wa water
ter water plant. We are assured by en engineers,
gineers, engineers, the city recently employed,
that water then could be pumped at a
cost of not over 6c per thousand feet
and at the rate of present consump consumption
tion consumption this would mean a saving of 13c
per thousand feet.
Council then adjourned until 3
o'clock this afternoon, when the re report
port report of the consulting engineer will
be made on the proposed light plant.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

NO. 195
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AFTER A DESPERATE BATTLE
ADVANCE
Press)
Berlin, Aug. 18. Official announce announcement
ment announcement is made that the Russian fort fortress
ress fortress of Kovno was stormed and cap captured
tured captured by Germans last night. Over
four hundred cannon were taken.
ANOTHER AIR RAID ON LONDON
London, Aug. 18. Zeppelins raided
the eastern counties of England last
night. Ten persons were killed and
thirty-six hurt. The property dam damage
age damage was slight. One Zeppelin is"
thought to be damaged.
UNABLE
TO CHECK
ADVANCE
TEUTON
The fall of the Russian fortress of
Komo is a development of unmistak unmistakable
able unmistakable importance. Its ultimate sur surrender
render surrender was expected here, as Berlin
announced the fall of the outlying
forts yesterday. The Russians are
apparently unable to check the Teu Teutonic
tonic Teutonic advance, which is being pushed
steadily. The pressure is not expect expected
ed expected to be relaxed until the Germans
make another attempt to separate
the Russian armies and capture
Litovsk.
DESPERATE FIGHT NEAR THE
DARDANELLES
An official report from Sir Ian
Hamilton confirmed the news from
Turkish sources that a landing party
on the Gallipoli peninsula near Suvia
Bay had been heavily engaged.' Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton states the British left won 500
yards. He reports the repulse of the
Turkish attacks against the Aus Australians.
tralians. Australians. CONSTANTINE KEEPS GREECE
OUT OF THE CONFLICT
There is little change in the near
east. The former Grecian Premier
Venizelos, it is believed, has reached
an agreement with King Constantine
to form a new cabinet. It is not con considered
sidered considered probable, however, the result
will be an early alignment with the
allies.
WILL GIVE UP VILNA
Petrograd, Aug. 18. Preparations
for the possible evacuation of Vilna,
fifty miles east of Kivno, are under
way.
STUDYING PLANS FOR
THE UNION STATION
A number of A. C. L. and Seaboard
officials were in town this morning
studying plans for the new union
station. On being interviewed by a
Star reporter, they said they had not
come to a full decision about the loca location.
tion. location. If the station is located on this
side of the Seaboard, it will be much
more convenient for the people of
the city. The principal objection to
this is that it will cause the Coast
Line trains to make an extra stop,
beside having to start at the bottom
of a grade.
The officials present were E. B.
Pleasants, chief engineer, II. O. Mc Mc-Arthur,
Arthur, Mc-Arthur, district superintendent, L. L.
Sparrow, engineer of roadways, of
the A. C. L, and Bennett Land, divis division
ion division engineer and L. B. Bums and IL
G. Harden of the Seaboard.
Superintendent McArthur came
over from Gainesville with Road Road-master
master Road-master Robinson, in Mr. Robinson's
observation car. The other A. C L.
officials came in Mr. Pleasants car.
The Seaboard men arrived on the
night trains. All left for their re respective
spective respective stations as soon as the con conference
ference conference was over.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Salomi, Cervelat and Frankfurter
Sausage, Cold Boiled Ox Tongue.
Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon, Minced Ham,
Philadelphia Cream, Pimento and
Roquefort Cheese, Dromedary Dates,
Seeded Raisins. O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery,
ery, Grocery, phone 16.- 17-3t

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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1913

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B, R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
PHONE 51
SUBSCRIPTION RATES

INCOMPETENCY 1
A N D DISHON EST Y i

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
"Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance 80

THE FRANK CASE

The state millae has been fixed at!
six mills, or a half mill more than'
last year. With exceedingly large!
increase in the taxable valuations of j
the state we cannot fiyure by any!
mathematical process w hy the in- j
crease. Taxes should be lowered,'

and it seems to us that the demand
for business men in office grows more

important every day. Taylor Coun- i
ty Herald. j
In an effort to explain this in increase
crease increase R. J. Patterson, member of
the Trammell-anpointed state tax

commission, says that the recommen

dations of the tax commission were
disregarded by the legislature of

1915; that an unduly large amount

was voted for expenditure by the

state board of health; that the citrus

The Star is not surprised at the
lynching of Leo Frank. A few days

after Frank was sent to Milledge Milledge-ville,
ville, Milledge-ville, the Star pointed out how such an
occurrence was not only possible but
probable. The most 'surprising thing
about the performance is that it was
deferred so long.
Very few murders in the United
States have drawn as much attention
as that of little Mary Phagan, the
factory girl, by either, her employer,
Leo M. Frank, or his negro assist

ant, Conley. There has been a heat heated
ed heated discussion and a great deal of ill
feeling. The people of Georgia have
done wrong in some things. It is
possible they have the blood of an
innocent man on their hands. On the
other side, the country at large has
been unjust to Georgia.
Because, those who sympathize
with Frank, or most of them, have
gone clear away from the evidence
and assumed that Georgia was per

secuting an innocent man, knowing
him to be innocent that the people
of the state are a cruel mob clamor

ing for blood. The opinion is deep

nnH wide-snread that Frank was

convicted more because he was a
Jew than because he was accused of

the murder of Mary Phagan.

The Star is reasonably well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the people of Georgia
and does not believe they would be

willing that any innocent man, Jew
or Gentile, should be put to death. If
one thing is more sure than another,
it is that a great majority of them

believed in the guilt of Frank. A

good many in other states believe he
was guilty. It is beyond dispute
that the mass of those who believe in

Frank's guilt live near the scene of
the crime, and the mass of those who

believe he was innocent dwell at

distance, are imperfectly acquainted

with the evidence and labor under
the mistake that the prosecution was

only persecution.

The murder of Mary Phagan was

a most revolting crime. The little
girl not only lost her life, but her

body showed marks of ill treatment

more vile than even that of a rape

fiend. It is no wonder the people of

Atlanta saw red, and we are not
sure that the people of any other city

and state would have acted any dif

ferent.

There is no use in going over the

evidence against Frank. It was very
strong. Many a man has been hung
on less. But there is a possibility he

was innocent, and for that possibility

Slaton did right in commuting his
sentence.
The men who lynched Frank did
wrong. They broke the law they
were pledged as citizens to uphold
and brought a disgrace on their
state that years will not efface. No
matter whether Frank was guilty or
innocent, they are guilty. Men who
in hot blood lynch a rape fiend gen generally
erally generally have justification. Men who
in cold blood will take a, shrinking,
helpless human being, carry him for
miles and then deliberately put him
to death are. cowardly and cruel.

then started on its journey to the un unknown
known unknown end. Throughout the ordeal,

according to prisoners who gazed on j canker fund smacks of class legisla-

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. McCARDELL

Copyright. 1915. by Roy L. McCardell

Esther ns a Stanley lias f.iil.-d. ere yi t
It was l-eun. through the l.it!i of Ir
Lee, suiioel!y at th- hands f the
fugitive yoUi:C xur.ster .f t'..N vcry
Luanslon. Ila-rar will U-." it ;:.
that IthT eiit r-i uj-:i the I -1 ; : ri
in life to whl h she .c:o;.; by rihr
of Lirtli.
The formalities nr :i e; e;-Ilagar
Ilagar e;-Ilagar has Installed h. r if :u. 1 Kstli.T
In Stanley Ull.
So eventful have !n the la-t few

i years of her life that Esther has

to wonder. In the death of I r. I.--.
Esther realized sh.' It a friend, an 1

! one who had something to tell h r. If

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the scene Frank did not falter but ac

cepted the situation stoically." A
prisoner who witnessed the seizure

said that four men grabbed Frank by
his arms and legs, while a fifth

cauerht him by the hair. In this

tion; that the legislature was remiss

in not enacting a corporation fran- j
chise and inheritance tax; that the i
people are careless in the matter of

issuing bonds; that the corporations
successfully evade payment of an i

fashion they dragged him down the equitable proportion of the taxes,
steps. Frank never uttered a word, s any department of the state
but apparently he was suffering in- government more important than the
tensely and groaned from pain inflict- board of health, which should at all

ed by the rough handling.

HIS CHANGE OF HEART

Twelve or thirteen years ago R.
Iudson Burr, chairman of t'2 state

railroad commission, rode into office

by making rabid "pot metal" attacks

times be liberally provided witn

funds?

Is it not the duty of the state to j
assist in waging a fight upon a par-;
asite which threatens to ruin the

great citrus fruit industry? Does not!

the national department of agricul-1

ture do infinitely more for the agri

on the railroads. Burr was for "the cultural development of Florida than

people," and he could say nothing the professional politician controlled
too harsh against the railroads and state does itself?
the newspapers which were supposed If the corporation franchise tax

to represent the railroads. The arid the inheritance tax are needed,

Times publishes an exclusive story in j why hasn't the governor and his co-

which Burr is shown to have snubbed I horts who have been in Tallahassee

Rev. J. B. Mitchell, pastor of the

Hyde Park Methodist church and

chairman of the board of trustees of

Southern College, the great Meth

odist institution at Sutkerland, also

other ministers, when requested to

grant a hearing on the subject of

forcing the Atlantic Coast Line rail

for years, sufficient force of charac

ter to force the passage of needed
laws on this subject? A majority of
both houses have been with them on

most questions. Why not on this?

The people have striven for years

to get the state officials and legisla legislators
tors legislators to do something in behalf of

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CHAPTER XI.
"Shadows t Sunrisa."
AWN breaks upon a waking
world In summer. The farmer
rouses for his early tasks, the
sluccard and the rich

way to continue depot service at I good roads, but without success. !NoW

Sutherland, seat of Southern College. they are going ahead themselves and

whi a the nofinip's npwsnanprs nit-1 in 1 1 m-o k nm n tnp nnpst nicnwav i . .

...... r- r r-r ...... - - jjier Bleep on in nam ueus nuti nun.
terly condemn Burr the Times-Union, system in the south. Still Mr. Patter-j At Stanjey nan there Is still a notice

owned by the Atlantic uoast J-.me, son says the people are careless in i n bankruptcy tacked upon the batterea

Seaboard Air Line and Florida East the matter of voting issues of bonds. I nml aaiucked door. The wiudow shut- now domiciled, Artliur. the fugitive.
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They Are Hgar Harding a'nd Esther,

Her Daughter.
this secret is shared by linear, who
she supposes Is her mother, Esther
realizes It will be told her in the full fullness
ness fullness of time.
In Richmond Vivian Marston. from
whose fair losom the diamond from
the sky had been snatched the nlsht
of the ball, had caught no glimpse of
the face of the man. uf the thief and
8tranler. Search had nt revealed It.
and so Luke Loveli had lecn release 1.
At Farmer Smith's, a dozen miles
away from Stanley hall, where, un

known to him. Ilairnr and Esther nr?

White Star Line Transfer Co.
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ters are closed, the weeds rankle on the

lawn, and already the proud mansion
of Stanley hall seems going to ruin and

Coast railways, and the Miami Her- Would he stop all material progress
aid, organ of the 'Florida East Coast, I in order that a coterie of political

attempt to quiet the storm. Now 1 demaeoerues, while repeatedly refus

..!. a i it. i I . i ; mn,. docar,

wnere aoes inai piace vne irwiiu u ,ng to pay vne nuh A carriage drives up and stops at Its

the "peopul" in tnese days ana umes : continue to boast oi "economy oi au- rtal From It alights a gentleman
Politics is indeed a rotten game, ministration." of hal egVLi half real estate agent ap-

lsn't it : Tampa Times. If the corporations successiuny
It is time for the people to get evade the payment of an equitable
wise to the demagogue and stop elect- proportion of taxes, why hasn't the
incr to office men whose stock in trade povernor. the comptroller, the tax

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pearance. lie assists iwo xauies uum
the carriage. One U woman of mid middle
dle middle ace. In rich anfl matronly black

silk, and the other a fair young girl.

is rabid abuse of corporations. Rail- j commissioners or some other individ-

roads and other corporations are j ual or body, courage and ability
part of the state, and railroad men J enough to force them to pay their

are part of the people. It is to the just proportion of taxes?
people's interest to elect men who With all due regard to Mr. Patter Patter-will
will Patter-will try to do the square thing on son, we think his explanation of
both sides. It isn't to the public in- present conditions is the strongest

terest that the railroads impose on condemnation of the state adminis adminis-the
the adminis-the people or the people impose on tration that we have yet seen. In ev ev-the
the ev-the railroad. Justice to both means ery feature it is an unintentional ad-

the welfare of both.

One thing is certain, and that is

that if we have efficient national pre preparedness,
paredness, preparedness, we will have to have an

entirely different system from that

which has managed our army and

navy since the United States be-

came a nation, rne army ana navy

departments have always been under J war

the control of civilians, and the said

civilians have always put in a good

portion of their time and sacrificed a

ot of the public money to finding

jobs for- office-seekers. If all the use-

ess officials in the pay of the United

States government were turned out,
and those left compelled to do full
work, the government could run on

75 per cent of the present expense

without making any other saving.

Among other sneers at Britain is

the common one that England's bat

ties have been fought by the Irish and

Scotch. A close study of history
would reveal that the English have

done some good fighting for them

selves, but a point which England's
-critics have missed is this: All the

Scotch and Irish who have ever

fought for England have gone into

the British army of their own free
will. In the armies of Germany and

Austria are hundreds of thousands

of Bohemians, Slavs, Poles and Ital

ians who have been driven into the

ranks by force and are fighting un

der compulsion against men of their

own blood in the opposing ranks.

The people who apprehend that
the Methodist church may go into
politics as a whole may quiet their
fears; it is impossible that it will do

any such thing. The average Meth

odist is a good citizen, however, and

as much interested in good govern

ment as anybody. Arbitrary conduct

by public officials toward a church or

the members of a church is an af affront
front affront and an injury to the entire

people more than it is to a church

State officials are not the bosses but

the servants or tne people ana
church members and non-church

members alike can stand together on

that principle.

Leo M. Frank may have been
guilty according to the bulk of the

evidence, he was. But in his trial

loner imprisonment, when wounded

by a fellow prisoner and even when
in the hands of the mob, he behaved

like we would all suppose an innocent

man should. He was quiet and coo

and made no useless complaints. The

dispatches from Milledgeville says

"Frank was shoved down into the

bottom of the car and the procession!

The guards at the Georgia prison

farm were certainly careless for

their position, and it looks like they

were also corrupt and cowardly. If

they have any sense of decency, they

will leave their offices and get out of

the public sight as soon as possible.

We expect some of them can afford
to retire.

Representative L. S. Light of Mar

ion county, is said to contemplate

running for railroad commissioner.

Somebody, in fact several some somebodies,
bodies, somebodies, ought to run. Tampa Times.

Well, Light has the vote of one big

county to push him.

mission of incompetency on the part
of the powers that be that have for
so long time held office through "four "four-flushing,"
flushing," "four-flushing," refusing to pay the state's
debts, even when they had the money
on hand with which to pay those
debts, and because of the weak weak-kneedness
kneedness weak-kneedness of many newspapers.
In refusing to pay those Indian

claims to Floridians, twelve

years alter tne money wmi wiutn
they should have been paid has been

turned over to the state by the na national
tional national government, they have made
Florida appear to be a thief among
commonwealths.
What is needed at Tallahassee is a
display of business ability and com common,
mon, common, every-day honesty. Tampa
Times.
There is a great deal of truth in
the foregoing. There is a" strong
feeling in Florida that the state gov government
ernment government is afflicted with dry rot, and
needs a good shaking up.
NOTICE TO FARMERS

modlshly attired.

And yet these two, the elder woman
and the younger, are gypsies, for It Is
Ilagar ITardlng and Esther, her daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Since that exciting night at Mrs. Ran Randolph's
dolph's Randolph's ball In Richmond Ilagar has
had one resolve. With her son a
fugitive and the diamond from the sky
vanished as mysteriously as It had
come, Ilagar has centered all her hopes
and all her desires on Esther. Ilagar
has wealth, what need to hoard It
further now? So she has come to
Fairfax, not as a gypsy woman, but as
a dowager of means, and rented the
Idle mansion from the trustee In bank bankruptcy.
ruptcy. bankruptcy. If the plan to rehabilitate

STUDIO WILL REOPEN

Miss Ethel Haycraft, graduate of
Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
Otto Pfefferkorn, will reopen her
studio September 1st. Phone 131. 18t

Louis R. Chazal k Son Co. an announces
nounces announces that it expects to be ready to
purchase corn about September 5. In

order to avoid having corn brought to
Ocala and taken back again, the com company
pany company asks that the farmers make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements with the company before

hrulincr. This will save the farmers

unnecessary trouble. The company

will not be able to purchase corn until

about September 5 because it finds
that its warehouse and machinery

will not be readv before that date.

The first shipment of machinery ar

rived yesterday and Mr. John Chazal

was busy placing it in the warehouse

The warehouse of Mr. S. H. Christian,
opposite that of J. F. Jenkins & Co.,

has been leaded by the Chazal firm.

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labored for his dally bread. The wln wln-scme
scme wln-scme little 11 ve-y ear-old daughter of
the farmer had twined herself around
Arthur's heart.
Happy and hardy and healthy wen
his days. He followed the plow and
faced the sun and sans. IIe.was pnln pnln-Ing
Ing pnln-Ing no fortune In the world's poods,
but he was happy In the clean, oihmi
air life of a farmer's helier. Only did
a shadow come to his face when he
thought of Esther and his bitter moth mother,
er, mother, Ilagar. Was Esther hi sister or
was 6he, too, a changeling? No matter
which, Arthur's love for her wn dep
and pure as a brother's. Ho would
make a name for himself for her sake,
and so he faced the morning sun and

sang, and so he faced the shadows of

twilight and mused of her.

One dav when little Nellie Smith

brought him hi luncheon to the field a
torn scrap of newspaper that covered p
portion of It caught his e3e. It was a
front page "scare head" of a Richmond
paper that In big tyi hysteric told of
the robbery at Mrs. Randolph's ball
and the subsequent added excitement
of his flight and fight when arrested
on a charge of murder. Then Arthur
wondered again If he had done right In
protecting Rlalr. An Impulse seized
him to go to Fairfax and give himself
up. to the authorities and let the whole
truth be known.
But then he re in em le red the secret
was Hagar's and that she had suffered
much. So far neither Ilagar nor Es-

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thers connection with hini was known.
No on? but Le and Ilngir knew he was
not the heir of Stanley, for, though
Esther hd called him brother. It wa
plain to Arthur that the swevt girl had
said the word to comfort him.
Then nl hy realized that much in
expiation must le endured by him. lie
felt that whfn the time tame Ilacar
would si-eak. and until then he was
bound to silence.
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a "iaGipiKg saand" Extended to fii3

Middle Aged Woman

Thought lor th.- Day
If winkles nii.i.4 v. Jitt'-:

on our

blow.--, let then, not he v. rifU-n on ou

liiiir a ba-ket picnic at Silver Springs, I

Au-u.-t '.'Ant. The chapter has invited'

-eeral other chapters to join them

hearts. The -rii it

flow old. Jame- A. Garii-Id

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There was a gold medal contest
held at Anthony, August 17th., in

enntction with their big picnic. The

day was perfect for both. The speak

in-' was from the school house ver

anda and the crowd was seated out

side, and it was one of the most

quiet and orderly as well as atten attentive
tive attentive we have ever seen at an out-of-doors
gathering. The speakers were

Mi.-.-es Zeda Cahoon, Maryela Bray,

(and Amanda Spencer; Messrs. Lind

ner McConn, Ellis Simmonds and

i Robert Suggs. Mr. Simmonds, of

Mrs. attei on Tucker will leave J Kendrick, won the medal on "Blund "Blund-in
in "Blund-in a few clays for Waynesviiie, N. C.,ers" The medal was presented by
and other points in th- mountains toKjr. y. J. Crosby in a few well chos chos-spend
spend chos-spend the balance of the summer. I er words commending the young peo peo-L'efore
L'efore peo-L'efore returning home she will spend j for the pood work they are do do-some
some do-some time in Baltimore the gut-st 'fjii.r an( at the same time improving
fsiends and relathe-. themselves. "Mr. Robert Suggs, of
Oak, who stood second in the con con-Mr.
Mr. con-Mr. and Mrs. Aiv- K. Willis andjt -t was presented with a beautiful
family, recent :u ri ;.ls from Ma.v-a- j cake.
chu.-etts. located for the j.i--ent at! Mr. .1. D. Rooney gave a short talk

Lake Weir, were visitors to our city
vcsteidav. Mr. Willis came to Flor

in behalf of the Children's Sunshine
Society, who gave the picnic, and al-

ida to purchase a winter home and is J so for the temperance workers. Tho

greatly pleased with what he has ji dges for the contest were Messrs.

J D. Rooney, B. II. Sanders and a
Mr. Knight.

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Miss Ethel Bishop arrived home
yesterday afternoon from a stay of
several weeks in Gainesville, attend

ing the summer normal school. Since

the closing of the school Miss Bishop
has been the gue-t of friends.

Miss Mary Connor is spending her j

vacation at the home of her parents
at Oklawaha.
Miss Ethel Crosby will teach the
Keystone school this coming winter,
the session beginning on the i:th of
September.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley and daughters
departed this morning for Madison.
They will also make a visit at White
Springs before returning home.
Mrs. James, Taylor and little
daughter are at home from a delight delightful
ful delightful visit to Mrs. Taylor's mother,
Mrs. Allen in Louisville, Ky., and her
sister, Mrs. Stoeckle in Pittsburg, Pa.
Mr. Taylor met his family in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, returning with them yester-

I day afternoon.

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Mr. Tom McGuire left yesterday
for Cleveland, Ohio, to join a large
party of friends for a cruising trip,
which will include the entire Great
Lakes region. Mr. McGuire will be
away for some time and expects to be
joined by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. A. McGuire in the autumn.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland and
Miss Cecile Downs spent today in
Leesburg, motoring down early this?
morning.
Mrs. W. T. Gary and children will
return tomorrow from an extended
stay at Daytona Beach.
Misses Ellen and Lillian Clarkson
were up from the lake yesterday,
Miss Ellen remaining in town for a
few days with her father and brother,
Misses Ludie Smith and Martha
Kate Rentz are guests of Miss Blair
Wood row at Woodmar until Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning, when they will return
for the ball game that afternoon.
Mrs. Wm. J. Edwards and family
are spending some time at Wacahoota
the guests of Mrs. Edwards mother,
Mrs. V. P. Smith and family.
Miss Nettie Camp has as her guest
at Lake Weir Miss Agnes Burford.

BAY LAKE

Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President.

Ki'v. Father Benedict, Director.

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Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL, for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1S89
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL tOUFSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH. TELEPHONE. EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDMESDAY, SEPT. 15. 1915

Bay Lake, Aug. 16. Mr. D. M.
Waldron and family have returned
from Salt Springs. All report a
pheasant time.
Messrs. E. Hinson and I. M. Hin Hin-son
son Hin-son drove over to Salt Springs Mon Monday
day Monday and returned Wednesday, but did
not succeed in getting any fish.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinson were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Hinson
Sunday at Sunshine Villa.
Mr. Mike Cassels and sister, Miss
Othella, enjoyed a few days fishing
on Lake Kerr and were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Williamson.
Messrs. J. B. Waldron and Mike
Cassels motored over to Citra Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon and as they were re returning
turning returning home got stuck in the mud mud-hole
hole mud-hole and did not arrive until Sunday
morning.
Mr. Baily Waldron and sister, Miss
Mattie, motored over to Eureka Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to meet their brother Raleigh,
who has been at Salt Springs for
several weeks.
Mr. Mike Cassels attended the
purlo at Eureka Friday evening and
reports a nice time.
Mr. J. C. McNeil of Louisville, Ky.,
was the week-end guest of Mr. G. W.
Kingsley.
Mr. A. W. Atkinson of Eureka was
a recent caller in Bay Lake.
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. D.
Brinson of Mill Creek is very ill with
fever.
The large crowd which gathered at
the church Sunday was disappointed
when the minister did not come, but
after singing some familiar songs
all returned home, hoping they would
not be disappointed next time.

BARACA-PHILATHEA
SOCIAL FRIDAY

As the clock chimes eight next Fri Friday
day Friday night
Come to the church; don't be late
there's be a light.
We'll measure you only 5 cents for
every foot you are high.
Boiled peanuts, O my!
And for every inch over one cent,
just think.
Come one, come all, meet with the
Baracas and Philatheas
In their new hall.
Public is invited.

BEAN SEED

Little Miss Clifton Sexton is at
home again after a delightful visit to
Mrs. McDonald in Jacksonville.
Mr. George Rentz has presented
his family with a very handsome new
Hudson six, which luxury they are
most generously sharing with their
rrany friends.

Miss Mary C. Connor left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Oklawaha, where she will
visit her parents. Miss Connor will
return to the city in ample time to

We have just received our new
bear, seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf

FOR A St'KAIXED 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,
ycu will recover in much less time
than is usually required. Obtainable
everywhere.

We must have cash to run our bus business.
iness. business. Bring us your vulcanizing and
we will exchange the best vulcanizing

open her studio on the loth of Sep-! ycu ever nac or yur cash. Davies,

tember. Gainesville Sun.
H. G. Seagroatt of Tampa spent
Saturday and Sunday in the city.
While in New York recently Mr. Sea Seagroatt
groatt Seagroatt was presented with a silver
loving cup by the Bustanoby Musical
Club, for having the best voice of

jany member of the club. Gainesville

Sun.
Mr. Seagroatt spent Monday in this
city with friends.

the Tire Man.

8-12-tf

Our sheet music stock Is up-to-dat.
Daily demonstrations.
S 2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.

ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
Music, Impression, 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.

Miss Katie Mae Eagltton has re returned
turned returned home from a pleasant vi.-it to
friends at Lady Lake.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Win-ton are
expecting the former's father. Dr. C.

Winston, of Winter Haven, tomor- ways on hand at Gerig's.

?EED POTATOES

Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed

8-11-tf

Store.

SEE '1I1K r'AKM on tUe Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegett jles, milk and eggs, tf

A full line of loose leal ledgers,
rote books and memorandums al-

tf

j vow or Saturday, for a visit of ev
.a! weeks.

For plumbing and electrical work
5-ee H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 1

Ocala Chapter No. Z O. E. S.,

will celebrate the birthday of Robert Dr. Watt's Office is now in th-

Morris, founder of the order, by giv-J Holder Block.. Phone No. 7. 17-5t.

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Fairfax the iew ll-'.i.; r-Ji;rn
bad gr.? abroad. Ti. i :.. .. f L r
comlug as ir. l.o 's :;..;..
Olid the liiv-teiy of h. r -:o ;i .;, ;
ture at his d- .th a-M-d !; ; t
gossip that wi-nt tliii:ii t!, cuairy cuairy-slde
slde cuairy-slde when it was known llml i '.i a
Laiids !:.' tl.u k wi'!;nii. v. ;:. i
name of ll : ir Il inllnr I 1 th.-;t
she was lather's iaoth r. Pr. I.e"s
erstwhile ward had ivturiM-d t Stan Stanley
ley Stanley LalL
But with the yonn mn of Fairfax
county Esther's pt-ntl.- ways ;:n.l ji ji-quantry
quantry ji-quantry had one far in th few sh-rt
month she had lived beneath the !-tor's
tor's !-tor's roof an his ad ito I d-nichtrr.
And now, when It w:w known E-;hr
had returned t Fairfax and dwelt at
Stanle3 hall, the young men .f th
community aain carno riV-king to
seek her favor.
First and i:i-t constant f t the call

ers ujon the new orcupints of Stttn'ey
hall was Bert Randolph.
Few, except thos who understand
the rauiilieatloiK tt kitli and n-::!n-gulnity
in the old south, ran compre comprehend
hend comprehend the strong tlos lint I 1. ..I and
marriage make In Virginia.
The Stanleys, the Kan do!ph--. the
Lees, the Iiever'ys, the Hunter a!; 1
the other famous old families l...-d
und hated fiercely, but strhtlr among
themselves.
Both Itlalr Stanley's mother, who
was a second cousin, and Pert Ran Randolph's
dolph's Randolph's mother, who was a J'rst ctiin.
had invited the chagrined Mrs. p.urton
Randolph to Fairfax and forgetfulness.
But Blair Stanley. leing in Richmond
and infatuated with Ids kin woman's
vivacious guest. Vivian Marston. hads-
warmly seconded his mother's Invita Invitation
tion Invitation that Mrs. Purton Randolph and
her guest were greatly pleased to ac accept
cept accept it.
"My aunt is a stunner!" Pert Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph blurted boyishly to Ha car and
Esther. "Ralph, here, knows what a
good sort she is, and shll be wild
about you. Miss Esther, won't she.
Ralph?"
And Ralph Hunter, also smitten of
Esther, nodded eager nent. for the
two young men had ridden over to call
upon Esther every day since she and
her supiosed mother, Mrs. Hagar

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life vrhen

a time? in every woman's
r organirm undergoes an

important rnan.. This is a critical

re nod. It is n ti.r.o when a woman needs

her full Le-lth ur.J strength. For vour ovm

sake you should anticipate this turning point.

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Br. Pierce's Favorite Prescription

has been recomniendofl for over forty years as a
tc-.'C for X7cmca who err about to experience "tba
turn cf Ufa." It H helpful in the equalization of
th3 circulation cf ti3o Ilood and in regulating the
; ir n of the howclo. I Tcrvousrs and lowepiritsdis lowepiritsdis-v.
v. lowepiritsdis-v. 'I-'t. IIaxr:n-T3 arrj cor.tntment tke their place.

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Had Ridden to Call Upon Estncr.
Harding, hal occupiel Stanley hall.
The generous minded young men were
keen to realize there was n velleil Iios
tlllty against the strangers who now
had taken up their nlsnh; at Stanley
hall.
"Yes," Pert Randolph rattled on,
"Aunt Is a stunner she's broad mind minded,
ed, minded, too, not stiff and narrow like our
Fairfax women folks. I do not know
why she is going to visit Phiir Stan Stanley's
ley's Stanley's mother Instead of mine, but any anyway.
way. anyway. Aunt Purtoti Randolph will be
here to attend the Fairfax tournament,
which comes off In a couple of days.
I have a bill of it with Lie. It's t?i
biggest event wo have In Fairfax, and
poor Arthur Stanley was set on win winning
ning winning the wreath this ear. How he
practical for It. He would have won
it last year, but Plalr Stanley, who is
older and iniKh heavier than he. leat
him out by a nasty bit of interference.
Didn't he." Ralph V
Ralph was jui. k to say he thought
Blair had ridden unfairly, and Pert
went on with his chatter concerning
hhJ stunning aunt and the coming tour tour-n
n tour-n anient.
I would be surprised if Aunt Pur Pur-ton
ton Pur-ton didn't go wild nlout Ilsther," Prt
continual. "Sh- loves to have pretty
girls around h'-r. and any girl sh.
chaperons Is made a l'!l of Ri--h:.v.(d.
for Aunt Purti'ii Randolph surely
does queen It mightily In Itiehmond
society."
While he was speaking the young
Randolph of Fairfax produ d a hand handbill
bill handbill prliitel In I Fn'!i-!i text, which
read :
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to i i : :c a m i: n r
TH CAI.I.ANT c.WALIIT.. AND
S';fll:i:s ANI K'NKIHT.S OF
;-.i;:fax c fnty
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OI.T't: TIM-: ('"KNAMnNT
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Affleck Millinery
PARLOR
We wish to announce to" our patrons and
fm-nds that we have made arrangements to guar guarantee
antee guarantee to our customers better service than they
have received at our hands for several seasons.
We have secured the nble and efficient services of
a trimmer direct from Armstrong, Cater & Co, of
Daltimore, bringing with her their highest and
most excellent recommedation and comes to us as
a trimmer of seventeen seasons' experience and
one having fine artistic taste and exceptional
capabilities At present she is in the above
wholesale house getting up our pattern hats while
receiving all the new ideas and watching develop developments.
ments. developments. She will also attend the large openings in
New York and as early as the Leading Styles of
the season are fully determined she will arrive at
the Affleck Millinery Parlor, thoroughly equipped in
in every way to serve the people of Ocala and
vicinity with the most exclusive ideas in Millinery
with every new novelty and design with all the
latest styles from the Parisian Modistes.
HELVENSTON'S STORE
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has n.4.t 160
deed records ami 4." mortgage records and 50 of miscelUnoeus rec rec-irds.
irds. rec-irds. or about pas of record matter and among the is"
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WIIUH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

Jortrtte title and abstract corporation

ocala, fia.

Phone Orders
Taken Here
We take orden by telephone.
This-ii done to save you tix&e
and trouble.
Now, you naturally wouldn't
order by phone if you didn't
get good cuts and fair weight.
When we invite you to order
by wire we therefore intend to
give you first class, prompt
errice.

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

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ADVERTISE IN THE STAR,

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RY ourTresh Meat it will

ii please you. Fresh Veg

etables in season.
Also fine Jine of Groceries.
&FM-TlRia (Do
Ocala, Florida.



OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. 1913

FOUR
NAVAL EHEEiiS HIGHEST COURAGE.
PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.

Masons meet tomorrow night.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.

Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at

Gene's.

A new line of high grade stationery

in all the latest styles and cuts at
Ciari rr'a tf

THIRTY-FIVE BUICK FOR SALE

For sale, cheap for cash, a model
35 Buick, in perfect condition. Apply

to Davies, the Tire Man. 8-1Z-U

The wind has played the deuce with
the upholstering of the Marion Fair
arch across Broadway, between the
Commercial Bank and Masters' store,
tearing several yards of the cloth
loose and leaving it to flap to the
breeze.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Whittington of

Geitrer Drecinct and their son and

dauehter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. G. H.

Whittington, were in town today. The
Messrs. Whittington are efficient

workers against county division.

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous

PEANUT BRITTLE received every

few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous

PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

We have a few of the famous Shu
mate and Chase razors which we wil

sell below cost price to close out. The

Court Pharmacy. tf

Mr. and Mrs. Grumbles of Dunnel-

lon, who were in town yesterday,

were accompanied home by Miss

Pansy Souter, who is spending her
vacation with her aunt, Miss Fanny

Clark.

Judge W. M. Gober has returned

from, a visit to Mrs. Gober and the

children at Commerce, ua.

Messrs". H. W. Tucker, E. C. Ben

nett, Will Bullock and R. T. Adams
had a pleasant fishing expedition to

Gum Slough yesterday.

' Sergeant George Woods had a bad

fall the first day in camp at Black

Point, while assisting to roof the
company kitchen, but remained on

duty.

Mr. J, F. Caldwell of Plant City, on
his way back home from a visit to

Jasper, stopped in town last night to

visit Dr. P. M. Smith. Mr. Caldwell

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Obscure Heroes of the Warships
When a Battle Rages.

The Bravery That Goes Hand In
Hand With Cowardice.

BOTTLED UP BELOW DECKS. A MEDICAL VIEW OF HEROISM.

7
They Get None of the Glory and the j
Fine Thrill of Combat, but Just a

Little Harder Work Than Usual.
Perils of the Officers and Stokers.

The World's Estimate of True Valor,
It Is Claimed, Is Superficial and Silly,
as That Which It Stamps With Ap Approval
proval Approval Is Lack of Sensibility.

WEATHER REPORT

This report Is made from observa

tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official bbserver for the gov

ernment. Max. Min K.

Aug. 1 90 74 .56
Aug. 2 90 75 .39
Aug. 3 88 70 .05

Anv. 4 92 74

AUG. 5 93 75
Aug. 6 85 72 .07

Aug. 7 89 70 .03

Aug. 8 88 70 .18

Aug. 9 91 72

Aug. 10 89 71 .05

Aug. 11 89 71 .0o

Aug. 12 92 73 1.63

Aug. 13 90 74 .02

Aug. 14 89 74 .03
Aug. 15 89 75 ..

Aug. 16 91 76

Aug. 17 91 76 ..
Local f orecast
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs Thursday;
day; Thursday; showers Thursday north and
central portions.

People who went to the Temple
last night watched Craig Kennedy

hunt thru two reels for Elaine, and
were i not much more comforted than

he when he dug up $7,000,000 instead.
They are confident he f will fall over

her next Tuesday night; however.
Tonight, there will be a Pathe News,
"The Innocent" Sinner," a three reel

Kaleni drama and Lilian Walker in a
Vitagraph comedy.

Guileless.

The citizen who wrote to the mayor

of Milwaukee to ask if It is true that

beer is piped through the street mains

Into all the houses there must be a

lovely man to tell Interesting sto

ries to. "' 1

ist' OCALA FRATERI1AL ORDERS

Mr, John T. Moore is up in Geor-

Uvisiting Mrs. .Moore who is at a

sanitarium in that state.

Bring us your tires and tubes to be

vulcanized. We have the best equip

ped plant, in apparatus, material and

knowledge in this section of the state.

A "casing vulcanized by us is as good
in that spot as if it were new. We

do not patch tubes, we VULCANIZE

them. Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf

Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex

Drug Store. 16-tf

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR RENT Well located and nicely

furnished rooms in residence next to

the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf

WANTED From 1 to 100 head of

hogs to fatten on shares, or by the

month at 80c per head. Every pre

caution will be used to keep hogs in

a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,

Oxford. Fla. 8-16-26t.

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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter. No. 29. O. E. S-

meets at Yonge'u hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of eacL

month at 720 o'clock.

Mrs. Emilv Webb. W. M.

Mrs. Lillian Simmoas, Sec'y.

ODD FELLOWS

Tuljjla Lodsre No. 22. I. O. O. V..

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'cfloclt. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting

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

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

IIARJON-DUNN MASONIC IODGE

Mnrinn-Diinn T-ndce No. 19. F. &

A. M., meets on the first and third

Thursday evening" of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

A. J. JBurnett, w. xa.
' Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

WOODME OP THE WORLD

Fort Kiner Camn No. 14 meets at

the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.

J. W. Lamar, C C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

CONCORDIA LODGE F. TJ. OF A.

FOR RENT A splendid home prop

erty, comparatively new, at corner of!

South Ninth street and Orange ave

nue; two blocks from high school
building: furnished or unfurnished;

will give two years' lease if desired.

Rent reasonable. Address Robert

L Sanders. Ocala. Fla. 14-tf.!

URNISHED RESIDENCE FOR

RENT An eight-room residence, ev

ery 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

FOR RENT Five room cottage with

modern improvements, four blocks

from square; garage on premises. Ap-

ply to Geo. J. Blitch. 8-ll-6t

FOR RENT Three rooms furnished

Tor light housekeeping; lights and wa

ter free: or two rooms for ?12 per

r&onth; three rooms for $15 per

.month. Fine location on South Third

street. Inquire at Star office. 10-12t

FOR SALE A dozen 10 to 11 month

oldlioes: cheap" if sold at once. Ad

dress A. B. Williams, Martel, Fla. lt.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union

of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of

each month. Geo. L.. Taylor. ai.

Chas. K. Sage. Secretary Aa-

OcAI.A TTSMPLTS

PYTHIAN SISTERS
Th cicala Temole Lodee No. 28

Pvthian Sisters, meets every Tuesday

nffpmonn at 2:20 at Castle Hall, west

of courthouse. Visiting members are

cordially invited to meet witn us.

Lena Tompkins, M. l.
Kate B. Howell. M. R.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodee No. 19. Conventions

pvptv Mnndav at 8 r. m at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial irelcome to vis

iting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.

Unas, iv. sage, iv. or it. a. au

There Is a man in the navy who la
too often forgotten, even by the au authorities,
thorities, authorities, when they are "dish In j: out"
rewards and praise for successful oi oi-erations
erations oi-erations at sea. and that man is the
man who makes the wheels go round
Inside the ship.
If the wheels stop then the modern
warship lies on the water like an arm armed
ed armed tin can. waiting for suie one to sail
round it, plug it full of holes and
sink It.
A fighting ship, to put up any sort
of battle at all. must be able to get on

with it at the rate of knots, as the sail sailors
ors sailors say when they mean at high sieed.

and the men who make that iMssibk'

are the engineers and the stokers. Th

engineer officers are highly skilled
scientists, with no use for the fear of

death.

The stoker, far below the waterliue,

shovels coal, and he gathers there is a
battle on. when there is, by the fact

that he has to work twice as hard as

he thoucut he could, and by the infer

nal racket made by the guns, and by

the projectiles of the enemy, which

have found a new home auoaru uie

shiD.

He has none of the glory and the fine

thn txf tmttlp imiv an increase in

his ordinary work.

He works by lamplight to keep steam

uu. and he knows there has been a vie

tory when some one tells him, unless
h hanneus to be working in his

"spare" time at the ammunition hoists

nonr th roariiiir CUI1S.

Even now in many ships and once' In

all the engineer officers and their men
are shut down in their working place.

and they cannot get out, for it Is nec

essary for them to so be closed up. It Is

not. of course, necessary to keep tnem

there to make them do their work, but

because the ships' engines run under
forced draft, and the only way to get

that is to batten down the stokeholds.

They become, in fact, part of the pipe,
if one can call it that, along which the

air is Dumped to the fires to make them

burn more fiercely, just as one bucks up

I Mi th hollows. If

IUC SWIV UV."
the hatches leading to the upper decks
were own the air would be pumped

out through them and would not pass

through the white hot furnaces.

If she is torpedoed and sinks sud

denly down co the engineers and the

stokers without the chance of swim

miner for it as the others have when

the order "Each man for himselfT Is

given by the executive officer in charge

of the vessel.

In the case of the oil driven war

ships there is not, it need hardly be

said, that added risk for the engine
room staff. There is no need to shut

them down, and in case of sinking
they have no further risk than that
entailed by the time taken for the or

der to pet down to them and for them

to eet un on deck. They are, however.

the people most likely to go to frag

ments when a torpedo comes knocking
on the ship's side, or, rather, down
among her foundations.
And there are steam pipes filled with

scalding and sudden death, flooding the
engine room in an instant with biting,
blinding, searing fog, somewhere above
boiling point, for high pressure steam
la hotter stufT than comes out of the
spout of a kettle. A shell through the
main steam pipes, and goodby to those
who are near the damage.
The engineer officer knows all thl
azsg. often has seen some of the things
that can happen taking place on a
small but significant scale. While the
gunners get the glory he watches th
wheels ko round, listens not to the

scream of the shells or the hammer

strokes of projectiles on tirmor plate,
but to the telltale hours of the com

plex mechanisms over which he pre

sides with the coolness of a naval of officer,
ficer, officer, the skill of a man of science and
the tenderness of a Red Cross nurse.

Every moment may be the last mo moment
ment moment the life in his body has. but he

must not think of that.

Down there in the bowels of the

fighting 6hip he must keep his mind
clear to think of a thousand details.

and he must do it without any of the

exhilaration that comes from watching
the effect of the guns on the enemy's

hips.

He never sees a shot go home; he

never sees an enemy's flag pulled down

in defeat.

He sees only his engines and the men

tendlncr them.

If all goes well and the enemy runs

or strikes the engineer commander

hears all about It at mess. If things

go wrong he feels it quite unmlstak
ably in his person.

Get one unlucky shot Into the engine

room and it Is up to him. so long as

volition Is left to him. to put that thing

right, and he must not draw fires unti

there Is not another thing he can do

first. In battle so long as there is a

dog's chance to do so he must keep

steam up. for steam is the breath of
life to the ship, and he must take risks

when he is making repairs that would
give the landsman spasms. London
Answers.

"What is true courage?" asks the
American Journal of Clinical Medicine,
and answers that the world's estimate
of courage Is suierncial and silly.
"Highest In the world's scale of hero heroism."
ism." heroism." it says, "Is the cool, careless au audacity
dacity audacity that marches up to the mouth
of the cannon with a flower In its cap
and a frivolous song on Its lips, as
serene as on parade. Such bravery is
really the very lowest In the scale. If
indeed It be In the scale at all, except
In the sense that zero Is a part of the

scale. It is not courage at all. but

sheer lack of sensibility, either from
ignorance or from accustomedness. It
Is In quality the same mental attitude
in which the ignorant. Impassive mine

worker walks around in the nreoamps.

and when they explode he. too. be

comes a popular hero.

Next highest In the world's gauge-

next lowest In the true scale Is the

courage that dares a quick danger in a

sudden emergency. In Itself this Is

hardly a more genuine brand of cour

age than the first, except that It In

volves a more or less unselfish disci

nllnlntr of the man previous to the de

mand that is made on him. Even so.

It is more n matter of habit than or

quality. The fact that there Is no time

to count the cost robs it of any delib deliberate
erate deliberate merit. Many a man. In fact. Is

surprised into a heroism which Is real

lv no part of him. Certainly It Is no

high grade of courage. Rather, let us

say. It is a negative sort of quality, to

which if a man 'does not respond on

demand we conclude there is some pos

itive quality of poltroonery about him.

"Still lower In the world s estimation

still higher In actual worth is the

couraire which calmly and deliberately

holds Its course of duty In the face or

almost certain calamity and mlsfor

tune, the quiet resolution to meet one's

fate in the face of foregone disaster

and disappointment, the steadfast set

tine of one's face to go to Jerusalem.

Of all forms of heroism none will so
surely win the love and confidence of
human hearts, which Is worth a hun

dred times the admiration of human

minds, than this.

Higher yet in the true scale lower

yet In the iopu!ar guage is the cour

age that sustains Itself, as It were.

upon nothing but Its own unconquera

ble stamina. The man who. though his

fights be all defeats, still fights, who

though he has been a ftflure In the
past and knows hlm&elf (as many a

keenly sensitive man knows himself)
to be a failure and is doomed to be a

failure for the rest of his life, rises pa

tiently and indomitably every morning

to face the inevitable defeat of the day

with equanimity 'and sweetness there

Is a courage, my masters, of which the

kings and victors of the earth are not

capable.

"Hut there is a yet higher quality of

courage, the highest of all in the true

cale. but so little esteemed lu the pop

ular mind that it will hnnlly be ac

corded a place in the scale "nt. all un

less, as I said in respect ofthe first

tvpe. to 1 zero is to le a imrt of the

gauge. It Is the courage of cowardice.

the bravery of the man who Is nfniid.

but who in mortal funk and abject

fear, with throbbing heart and sweat

ing brow, forct.4 himself to do the

thing from which he shrinks. This
which the world sneers at as cov:rd

ice. is the highest courage of alL In

fact, it 1.4 the onlv true tGUiv.ge. for It

sets all the agonized effort of a man's

soul against all the fears and terrors

that the iowers of darkness can bring

upon him."

Wounds of th Abdomen.
When a ierson has a bad
wound of the abdomen the
shock and the hemorrhage call
for immeillate treatment, togeth together
er together with attention to the open
wound, and a doctor cannot be
called too quickly. If he cannot
come at once it cannot do any
harm t elevate the foot of the

ibed and maintain the body heat

bottles, mustard appuvu orertue
9 I.AM- .r f (j ol.-.t n

pood plan to pive ttu MiiTeror a

a & turn .v-r
out other stimulants. V,y the
means the patient can he!i-

fed to rally, so that wlit-n the dc dc-tor
tor dc-tor arrives he may le able to
stand iimie vigorous treatment.

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NOTICE

To Fruit Stands.. Groceries and Meat

Markets
Acts of 1915. Chapter C953. No. 147.

Section 2. It shall be unlawful for

any person, firm or corporation to

sell or offer for sale food for con

sumption in the raw state, or which

may be consumed without further

cookinir. at any meat shop, butcher

shop, market, grocfry store, fruit

stands or any other places where food

13 exposed for sale, without having

such food securely screened by wire

netting with mesh sufficiently close to

prevent the admission of flies.

All persons in business of this kind

will please comply with these require

ments. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Fla.

RECOMMENDS CHAMBERLAIN'S

rni.in rnni.FRA AND

DIARROIIEA REMEDY

"T riavT Vipsitnt tn reeomend Cham

berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea
Rmpdv" writes Sol Williams, mer

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

than any other preparation oi iiKe
character. I have used it myself and
frnnrJ it crave me more relief than any

thing else I have ever tried for the

same purpose." UDtainame every

where.

Mushroom.

To tell & mushroom merely eat

Th. arMtrlmen th.it you may meet.

And note, next day. witn studious care.

If you've atayeu hero or cone eisewnere.

Uetroit journal.

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On Way of Seeing It.

She What are some of the world's

createst Inventions?

Herself Mv husband's reasons for

coming home late. Stanford Chapar

ral.

Which?

Tla love that makes the world r round.

I very often said:

T wonder if It is the world

Or lust the lover's head? L.lfe.

Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and

Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the

Temple Theater.

FARE $5 92 KDAILY BETWEEN

&v,CLEVELANB

Retribution.

When that milkman goes on the

stand as a witnes lie will meet with a

fitting fnte.

-How so?-

"They'll pump him. Omaha He.

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T. e Great Ship "SEEAriDECE"

Th Uwt .t.4 mo eortly -Uvnr on mny LnUn-1 trUT cf ti- r.vmz vwr..'-

turn, foe l-u prrt. -rrrvnc mimin"

'CITY OF FRII7" 3 r ..gTtiiieT't .tewmr w w. y

I;UTWK1-N

BUFFALO Da'ly, May 1 st to Dec. 1 c t CIVELAN D

Ajtivc Ciercijuxl

CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A. M.
Resular convocations of the Ocala

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

fourth Friday in every month at

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

Jake Krojm, secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodee No. 286. Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth "Buesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcomo. 'Club house

opposite postofflfe, east side.

Ij. H. von Engelken, ti. K.
Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.

First Indian West Pointer.

The Orst Indian to receive an ai

polntuient to West Point was David

Moniae. a Creek. He was bom in Ala

ban in and was a cadtt of tlie Milltar

aeadeiuv from Seitt. ii. 1S17. until July

t, 1S22. when he was raduateI Jind

appointed a brevet e oinl peii'eiiaiit in

the Sixth infantry. On the expiration
of hi.s graduation leave on Iec. l.

1S22. he resine-.l from the army to be

come a co. .on plnnter In his ti.itive

state. During the war In Florida in

lSOii asrninst the Semlnoles. Monlac be

came captain in a regiment of mounted

Creek volunteers and became a major
In that regiment Nov. 15, 183G. He
was killed six days later In the battle

of Wahoo swamp. New York Sun.

THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT

" A mefnmor rme into mv store the

other day and said to one of mjfcclerks,

nova vnn unvtnirff Tnnr. win cre ui-

arrhoea?' and my clerk went and got

him a bottle oi namDeriain s wjuc,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and

said to hun. "if this does not cure you,
I will not charge you a cent for it So
ho tAt it home and came back in a

Hair twn nnd said he was cured."

writes J. II. lierry & uo Jsaic vrees,

Va. Obtamahie everywnere.

Oldest Chess Problem.

The oldest chesa problem on record

Is thoueht to be that contained In an

ancient Persian manuscript attributed

to Caliph Kailfen Mutasln Blllah. who

relraed In Bacdaa A. it. nj io ri

But the reader would have to learn the

old rules before It was intelligible. For

example, the queen could make a move

of only one square at a time and mat
on a diagonal, but a queen promoted

from a pawn was allowed to make a
move of two souares diagonally. The

bishop had no iower over any pquare

except the third from which It sti
on Its own diagonal line, but it was

allowed to vault over any piece that

happened to be between. In short. It

vai a totally different game. Chess in

the precise form In which we know It

and play it today Is a comparatively
modern game. London Strand Mn;::i

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THE CLLVtLANU -Sc BUFFALO TRA-Nf C" "'Vjj?

Many Kinds of Rheumaticm

One Sure Mode of i rcatment
Authorities Say Don't Use Liniments. Treat
It Through the Blood. You Can't Rub It Out!

SEABOARD SCHEDULE

Advertise in the Star.

Charity begins at home, but don't let
selfishness start there too. Detroit
Free Press.

nmpesslonless" Paintings.
Dorothy had been with her aunt to
an exhibition of modern paintings,
and ehe was describing what she had
seen. "What kind of paintings did
you say they were, dear?" asked her
mother. "They were those impres impres-lonless
lonless impres-lonless paintings." "id th child-

South Bound

No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;

Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50

a. m.; Ar. lampa b:6U a. m.; ivv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg

9:30 a. m.

Xo. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17

p. m.: Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.

Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg

8 p. m.

No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson

ville 1:30 p. m Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;

Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.

North Bound

No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.

m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam

pa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.

Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,

6:45 a. m.

No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.

Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.;

Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.

No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30

a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.

m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim

ited train.

POINTS THE VAY

Whether vour trouble Is Sciatica.

-
Lumbago or the dreaded Articular

Rheumatism, the answer Is the same.

You must treat it throueh the blood.

That is the only way to rid the sys system
tem system of uric acid, purify the blood and
revitalize the nerves. If the blood i

freed from impurities, I lb eu mat Ism
must go. This in short Is the exnet

knowledge pained by the research lab laboratories
oratories laboratories cf the S. S. S. Co., In Atl.m Atl.m-ta.
ta. Atl.m-ta. Th re ts. -s have born ma'le f .r
fifly yeirs. They l now whnt I'.'j.u I'.'j.u-rnatUxu
rnatUxu I'.'j.u-rnatUxu is. Tljy ki.w that' S. S. S..
the reL.arL: b! L'.t.d touic. vrLI. h

they or!!natel. will relieve you of
i:heunialism. Take S. S. S. today.
The eomplet rer-overy of thousands
of suff"rTs by the use of S. S. S. is
jMjsitive prof that you can be re relieved.
lieved. relieved. S. S. S. is a blood tonic
n purif; r that r-tores the blood,
revitalizes It, cN-aree it, makes It
pure as it was brfor it became
poisoned with Impurities. S. S. S.
frivi-s. St Ftrenp-th to drive out these
impurities tin uric arid and organic
poison ami with it the IIIu nmaiLsm.
('tf S. S. S. i.t yo -r drusrclsff If
you n-d pe 1.1 rdvice, write to S. S.
S. Co., Atlanta. Ga.

Where Steadiness Is Requisite.
A steady hind in military affairs Is
more nquisite thrui in peace, because
an error cornmitt' .1 in war may proy
aTemediable.- nacon.

Ancther fresh shipment of Triola

sweets just in at Genga. tf.

VEGETABLES. 3IILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open nignt

and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

The Statement of this Crystal River

Resident Will Interest Our I
Readers j
Our neighborhood town. Crystal

River, points the way in the words of

one of its most respected citizens:

M. Peterson, Box 93, Crystal River,

Fla- says: "I was annoyed by a lame

back and pains in my kidneys. It hurt

me to stoop or lift and my kidneys

didn't act regularly. I used two box boxes
es boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills and they

regulated the action of my kidneys
nd removed the lameness and sore soreness
ness soreness in my back."

Price 50c. at all dealers. Don t ask

for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills the same kind that Mr. Pe Peterson
terson Peterson had. Foster-Milburn Co.,

Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad.5

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con

tract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

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