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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE i
VOL. 21.
Seawall Broke

ij! S i lLy 1 I

BELIEVED THAT AT LEAST 200 PEOPLE IRE DROWNED Oil

San Antonio, Texas, Aug. 18, 4:0"
p. m. Over 500 bodies from Galves-1
Ion ate being washed ashore on high!
points near Houston, recording to an
unconfiirned rumor over
irto here this afternoon.
the wires ;
A lineman
made tl.
report to the wire chief, j
en
UNDER MARTIAL LAW
Galveston, (By Courier to Houston)
Aug. lo.----? to mi swept and battered
with a loss of but fourteen lives, Gal Galveston,
veston, Galveston, fortified by her enormous
seawalls has emerge! frcm one of
the most severe storms In the 1'tovy
o? the Gulf of Mexico. About buo
hr.uses have been destroyed and the
island is covered with debris.
Four of these dead are United
States ; (.Idiei :. and ten are civilians.
The. fourteen persons who lost their
lives were trying to reach the Tre Tre-mont
mont Tre-mont hotel during the heighth of the
storm. Several thousand were quarr
tered in this hotel when a thousand
feet of seawall was washed out, one
breach of 25 feet being in front of the
Hotel Galvez.
The greatest need today was for
water. Martial law has been declared
and the mayor stated no outside as assistance
sistance assistance was needed.
SEAWALL SAVED THE CITY
Houston, Aug. 19. The seawall tid
its duty; Galveston was saved by it,
said Dr. Vernon Powell, official rep representative
resentative representative of the Galveston Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Association, on his arrival here.
The greatest property damage was
along the beach, where the houses
were flimsy. Practically all houses
on East Twentieth street and near
the Boulevard, an area of half to two
blocks in width, to Fourth street,
were demolished. The wharves were
lightly damaged.
Sixty people were trapped in a ho hotel
tel hotel at Virginia Beach, which collapsed
during the storm, according to Rev.
T. J. Sloan at Houston and Sheriff
Kemp of Wharton and between four fourteen
teen fourteen and twenty perished.
MANY DROWNED IN THE LOW
LANDS
San Antonio, Aug. 19. Fourteen
bodies of storm victims were recover recovered
ed recovered at Galveston by noon Wednesday,
according to Charles S. Hayderf, staff
correspondent of the Light, who has
returned from Galveston and Hous Houston.
ton. Houston. It is doubtful if more perished
ia the city proper. Deaths were
heavy on the low lands and shipping
in the bay. They will probably reach
two hundred.
DAMAGE AMOUNTS TO TEN MIL MILLION
LION MILLION DOLLARS
San Antonio, Aug. 19. The damage
estimates at Galveston reach ten mil million.
lion. million. Citizens are jubilant at the way
the seawall stood. A four-masted
schooner is half-way across it. The
greatest need is food and water. The
wreckage is much throughout the
Ity. It is doubtful if the public ser service
vice service corporations will resume for sev several
eral several weeks. None of the newer brick
Luildings are damaged. It is esti estimated
mated estimated that 500 houses are wrecked.
CORPSES
ALL ALONG
COAST
THE
Galveston, Aug. 19 (By Courier)
The total missing and known dead
for a hundred miles along the Texas
coast, on both sides of Galveston, are
193. The known dead are less than a
hundred and twelve. The known dead
and missing here are twelve. The
property loss here is severe.
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 Grot Grot-ery,
ery, Grot-ery, phone 16. 17-3t

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Waves But Couldn't Entirely

Save the City
OF GALVESTON
C Associated Press)
fl OF FRANK
9 5
i ACT HAS LEAKED OUT THAT
HE DIED WITHOUT MAKING
CONFESSION
( Associated Pi ess )
New York, Aug. 19. Frank's body
arrived this morning. It was taken
to the home of Otto Stern in Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, where his parents awaited it.
The body was later taken to an un undertaking
dertaking undertaking establishment. Several
motorcycle policemen and detectives
met the train.
FRANK DID NOT CONFESS
Marietta, Ga., Aug. 19. It has be become
come become known by underground meth methods
ods methods that Frank did not confess. His
last request was to be allowed to
write to his wife. Whether the re request
quest request was granted is not known.
WOODWARD'S WARNING
San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 19. J. G.
Woodward, mayor of Atlanta, Ga., in
an address here last night, declared
that Leo Frank suffered the "just
penalty for an unspeakable crime."
The Atlanta mayor at the same time
warned Former Governor Slaton, now
in California, not to return to Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. SLATON'S STATEMENT
Former Governor Slaton of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, who is visiting the exposition
here, issued a formal statement con condemning
demning condemning the address delivered last
night by Mayor Woodward of At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Mr. Slaton termed Mayor
Woodward "a garrulous old fool," and
called the Frank case one of football
politics.
WASTING THEIR TIME
Atlanta, Aug. 19. Governor Har Harris
ris Harris conferred with the prison commis commission
sion commission on means of apprehending
Frank's lynchers. Will make a state statement
ment statement later.
FRANZ JOSEF IS EIGHTY-FIVE
Birthday is Being Celebrated in Vien Vienna
na Vienna and Berlin
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, Aug. 19. The eighty eighty-fifth
fifth eighty-fifth birthday of Emperor Francis
Joseph was celebrated enthusiastical enthusiastically
ly enthusiastically in Vienna and Berlin, yesterday.
DEAN OF SACRED
COLLEGE IS DEAD
( Astociatt-J Preset
Rome, Aug. 10. Cardinal Serafine
Vannutelle, dean of the Sacred College
is dead at the age of eighty-cne.
FORT KING
Foil King, Aug. 19. Mrs. John
Freyermuth returned Saturday from
the hospital.
School will open August 30. Miss
Vida Outland will be the teacher.
Mr. Brr.bham and family of Orange
Lake were visiting Mrs. C. R. Young
last week.
We are having some fine weather.
Iay making is the order of the day.
Mr. Clarence Cork was in our burg
last Saturday.
Bring us your tires and tubes to be
vulcanized. We have the best equip equipped
ped equipped 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

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OOALA,

THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION

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THE SHIPPING AND SHORES
SURVEYING THE SITUATION
Committee of the Ocala Packing
House Looking Over the
Country
The committee of the Ocala pack packing
ing packing house, appointed to inspect other
packing houses in the state, left this
morning with Manager Sandlin, of
the Marion County Sub-Exchange, as
his guest in his car, on a two days in inspection
spection inspection trip. The committee will
visit the modern packing houses at
Leesburg, Tavares, Eustis, Orlando,
Winter Park and other places and
get an idea of what they want from
these different houses. The commit committee
tee committee is composed of Chairman S. T.
Sistrunk, Senator E. L. Carney, Mr.
J. H. Mathews of Candler and Mr. F.
W. Brooks of Candler.
AN IMPORTANT EVENT
Ocala Lodge K. of P. Visited by the
Grand Chancellor of Florida
The Ocala lodge Knights of Py Pythias
thias Pythias was honored at a special meet meeting
ing meeting last night by a visit from Mr.
Scott M. Loftin, grand chancellor of
the state organization.
Mr. Loftin addressed the members
in a half-hour speech on the work the
lodge is doing in the state, and spoke
very encouragingly of its constant
growth in almost all sections. His talk
on fraternal lines was greatly enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by all present.
Other Knights, members of the
local lodge, made short talks during
the evening, and all in all a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable and profitable meeting was
held.
Several members of nearby lodges
met with the Ocala boys at last
night's session to hear Grand Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Loftin's address.
MEETING OF THE
CHAUTAUQUA ASSOCIATION
There will be a meeting of the
Chautauqua Association this evening
a I the Board of Trade room at eight
o'clock. All members are requested
to be present.
W. T. Gary, Pres.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
for their beautiful floral gifts, kind
comforting words and sympathetic
thoughts in the recent loss of our
only child.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Price.
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, Aug. 18. Miss Addye
Morrison was the guest of Mrs. J. S.
Martin Sunday.
Mr. A. W. Fort and family made a
pleasure trip to Salt Springs last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Griggs of Ox Oxford
ford Oxford and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mar Martin
tin Martin were guests of relatives here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans and
daughter Miss Dixie and Mr. Sykes
Allred and Miss Myrtle Mock of Elec Elec-tra,
tra, Elec-tra, were guests of the former's
daughter, Mrs. J. S. Martin, Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. Otis Fort of Lynne was a
pleasant caller at the Bluff Sunday
afternoon.
Miss Ma'id Davis spent Tuesday
night with her friend, Miss Celia
Collins.
Miss Mary Hoyt Martin spent last
Wednesday in Ocala.
Mrs. Collins and children were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison Wednesday.
Quite a number of Bluffite3 were
entertained here at the movie show,
which left Saturday for Grahamville
after showing here at the Moss Bluff
schcol four nights. Everybody re reported
ported reported having a pleasant time.

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FLOKIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1915

! MOTHER

HAVE SEIiT THE WHITE STAR LINER
TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA

(Associated Press)

London, Aug. 19. The White Star
liner Arabic has been sunk by a Ger German
man German submarine, off .Fastnet, near
v here the Lusitania sunk. The Arabic
sailed from Liverpool yesterday.
Available reports indicate that most
of the 410 passengers on board were
saved. The first reports said all
were saved by a steamer. Later re reports
ports reports say the Arabic sank in eleven
minutes, and the question was raised
whether it was possible to save all of
hei passengers. The message to the
White Star Line offices left the ques
tion open. It said fifteen or sixteen
boat? weie making for Queenstown.
Central News and Exchange Tele
graph dispatches said the passengers
were rescued. The press association
message said eleven boats got away.
It is feared many passengers were
lost.
FOUR HUNDRED SURVIVORS
Queenstown, Aug. 19. Two steam steamers
ers steamers are expected here in two hours,
bringing about 400 of the Arabic sur survivors.
vivors. survivors. It is presumed that allwere
rescued. So far nothing definite is
known.
The Arabic was a big passenger
boat. Her net register was 10,002
tons.
PINELLAS ROADS WILL
BE BRICK PAVED
Voters Authorized a $715,000 Bond
Issue by 181 Majority
St. Petersburg, Aug. 19. Advo Advocates
cates Advocates of the brick highway system for
Pinellas county won a victory yester yesterday
day yesterday and carried the election author authorizing
izing authorizing the county commissioners to is issue
sue issue bonds to the extent of $715,000,
with which seventy-eight miles of
brick highways will be constructed.
The majority for the bonds was 181.
The vote was, for bonds, 809, agpinst
C28.
CANDLER
Candler, August 18. Mrs. Albeit
McClain is in Gainesville, the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Will Williams
iams Williams and family.
Mrs. James Pritchett is visiting
Ocala relatives.
Mrs. Ballard and two children have
returned from Oxford, where they
hr.ve been visiting relatives for sev several
eral several 'weeks.
Miss Mabel McClain, who has been
a student at the Gainesville normal
during the summer session, returned
home Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall and
baby daughter of Palatka, were the
week-end guests of the former's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Marshall.
Mrs. W. W. Jones left last week to
spend the remainder of the summer
at various points in Vermont and
Canada.
Mr. Dozier Caldwell returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from the peach section of
Georgia, after an iflfsence of several
weeks.
Mrs. William Hiltz was a shopper
in the Brick City Monday.
NOTICE TO FARMERS
Louis R. Chazal & 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
hfuling. Thiswill save the farmers
unnecessary trouble. The company
will not be able to purchase com until
about September 5 because it finds
that its warehouse and machinery
will not be ready before that date.
The first shipment of machinery ar arrived
rived arrived 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 leaed by the Chazal firm.
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
"A customer came into my store the
other day and said to one of mclerks,
'have you anything that will ere di diarrhoea?'
arrhoea?' diarrhoea?' and my clerk went and got
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
said to him. 'if this does not cure you,
I will not charge you a cent for it. So
he took it home and came back in a
day or two and said he was cured,"
writes J. H. Berry & Co., Salt Creek,
Va. Obtainable everywhere.

FNIN
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COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

LOCAL LFGiSLATION

Plans and Specifications for New
Wal er and LIcctric Plant Adopt Adopted
ed Adopted by the Council
At the adjourned session of the
city council Wednesday afternoon the
following members answered to roll
call: Messrs. MciTert, Gerig, Knight,
Smith and Tompkins. Mr. Nash ap appeared
peared appeared later.
About two hours weie devoted to
the examination of the plans and
specifications for the new electric
lu,ht and water plant. Mr. Henney of
the Twombly & Henney Co., the city's
consulting engineers, was present and
i::plained in detail all the work sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. Upon motion of Mr. Gerig the
plans, as submitted, were adopted,
all present voting in th"e affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Nash the finance
committee was instructed to have
printed 100 copies of these plans for
distribution to parties desiring to
make bids on same, and also to ar arrange
range arrange for the placing of an adver advertisement
tisement advertisement for sealed bids in the local
p.ipers and in the Manufacturers'
Record.
No date ha yet been fixed for the
receiving of the bids, but this will
probably be fixed at the next regular
meeting of the council.
After closing up the matters above
referred to the. council adjourned
until next regular meeting night.
SEVERE ILLNESS OF
TWO LITTLE CHILDREN
The little two weeks old son of M
and Mrs. O. II. Rogers at Lyme is
ery ill, and a physician is staying m
the house with the child night and
day. An eight year old daughter of
the family is also quite ill but is "im "improving.
proving. "improving. The eleven months old son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Rogers of Welbourne,
c critically ill. Both of these are
sons of Col. and Mrs. R. F. Rogers
and the serious illness of their grand grandchildren
children grandchildren has been a great source of
anxiety to them during the past
week.
B A R A C A P 1 1 1 L A T II E A
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.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
The Lake Weir W. C. T. U. held its
regular meeting Thursday afternoon,
August 12th.
Opening song. He Will See Me
Through.
Reading of the 53rd Psalm.
Lord's prayer by all.
Minutes of last meeting read and
approved.
The Lake Weir Union has present presented
ed presented fifty W. C. T. U. fans to the
Weirsdale Presbyterian church which
seem to be appreciated very much.
Several bills were ordered paid.
Miss Harriet Simpson took charge
of the literary part of the hour. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, Current Events.
Reading, Police Ordered to Keep
Women Out of Liquor Houses, by
Miss Snook.
Reading, Pellagra Rapidly Increa3
inf, by Mrs. Reed.
Reading, International Conference,
ry Mrs. Sigmon.
Also readings by Miss Simpson.
Miss Jessie Cameron, Mrs. Ra?t.
Mrs. Simpson, Miss Grace Snook
Miss Grace Simpson and Mrs. Cam
eron, everor.e having something to
.-ay on the subject.
Adjourned to meet in two weeks.
For plumbing r.r.d electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone StK;

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flip ipt

Russians Hold East Bank of
River

FRENCH

ACTIVE BUT COMPARATIVE QUIET Oil
ITALIAN FRONTS

(Associated Press)

London, Aug. 19. The Russian re
ports don't concede th total loss of
Kovno. They claim th Germans
have captured only the fortifications
on the left bank of the Niemen.
South of the Bughe uermans are
now before Brest-Litov -k, the Rus
sians greatest military station.
Novo Georgievsk, invented for ten
days, is in imminent danger. Reports
lrom botr. sk'es indicate a desperate
battle may be under way on a line
parallel with the Bialystok and Brest-
Litovsk railroad.
NOT MUCH DOING IN THE WEST
On the British section of the west
ern front there has bv o serious
r.fantry fighting jir.ee tht? advance i.t
llooge. The French, however, are
more active. Paris announces violent
artillery engagements in the Artois
region, in the Champagne beyond the
Meuse and in the Vosgcs attacks with
grenades by the German crown
prince's army were repulsed.
An Austrian squadron attacked the
island of Polegesa, in the mid-Adriatic,
seized by. the Italians early in the
ar. Landing attempts were defeat defeated.
ed. defeated. There is. no further change in the
F.alkan situation.
BRITISH LAND MORE TROOPS AT
SUVLA BAY
It is announced officially that the
British have landed additional troops
at Suvla Bay," on the Cnllipoli pen peninsula.
insula. peninsula. IN DANGER OF BEING ENVEL ENVELOPED
OPED ENVELOPED The capture of Kovno would place
the Russian army in serious danger
oi" an envelopment for the first time
since Grand Duke Nicholas began to
retire from Galicia in May, accord according
ing according to military observers. Besides
opening the way to Vilna, an open
town from which nearly everything
ueful to the invader has been tak taken,
en, taken, the fall cf Kovno will destroy
the last protection except th Russian
field army, to the main railway to
Petrograd and puts the Germans in
a position to threaten the Hanks of
the Russian armies, retiring to the
Brest-Litovsk line and thoe operating
in Southern Courland.
SIXTEEN INCH SHOOTERS
West Kovno fell before German 1C 1C-inch
inch 1C-inch guns, which never yet have found
fortifications they could not s-ubdue.
At virtually eery other place the
Germans have taken little 1-ooty and
few prisoners, indicating the Rus Russian
sian Russian retreat is orderly.
It was officially announced in Petro Petro-grad
grad Petro-grad that the Russian i ate still hold holding
ing holding fortifications at Je.-ia, two and
one half miles frcm Kovno..
SCIIOCI NOTICES
The public is hereby notified that
there will be no changes in th school
text books used in Marion county
from what they have leen for the
last five years during the next two
years. This is by a special art of the
last legislature and al.-o a general
act postponing the changing of the
state adoption until 1''17.
Also, the loard of public instruc instruction
tion instruction will meet on Tuesday, August
:;i, 1914, instead of at the regular
meeting time. At that time the
teacher's examination will in pro progress
gress progress and there will be ni school bus business
iness business transacted.
Very respectfully yours,
2twky J. II. Iirmon, Supt.
FOR A S PICA IN ED ANKLE
If you will gt a lottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and oh erve the di directions
rections directions given therewith faithfully,
ycu will recover in much lcs time
than is usually required. Obtainable
everywhere.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pobst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

NO. 196
ID)
BRITISH AI10
I
STflOMBQLI IS SPOIITIIIG
ANCIENT VOLCANO OF SICILY
IS AGAIN IN ERUPTION
f Associated Pre)
Messina, Sicily, Aug. 19. The
chief signal officer on Stromboli Is Island
land Island reports that Stromboli volcano is
emitting large quantities of lava,
forming a fiery lake between the era era-forming
forming era-forming a firey lake between the cra crater
ter crater and the sea.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, Aug. 18. Mr. R.
J. Wells and wife and Mr. Waits'
family leave tomorrow for their
hemes in Hawthorne, after spending
a month here enjoying the spring.
Mr. W. C. Townsend's family of
Like Butler are now in their summer
home here until next month. They
were delayed in making their trip
here on account of sickness in the
family.
Mr. Chas. J. DeLancy and sister,
Miss Margaret, in company with Mr.
George H. LaViolette of New York
City, are at the Carlton House, or as
it is now called Homeplace hotel.
Mr. Henry Hall's family will re return
turn return to Lowell Friday.- They have
been enjoying the invigorating wa water
ter water of Orange Springs for several
weeks.
Mrs. W. H. Harrison with her
daughter Miss Adelaide, and friend
Miss Kathleen Wyckoff, of Citra, are
visiting Mr. R. L. Carlton's fanrly,.
r also are Misses Mary and Susie
rrvin of Ocala.
Messrs. W. II. Wimberly and Ches Chester
ter Chester Livingston of Jacksonville are
rere on their summer visit to the
.'ormer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Wimberly.
Mr. J. C Rast took Messrs. R. J.
Wells, Kinney Townsend and Mrs.
Wells, Mrs. Waits, son and sister,
Miss Willie Wallace and Mrs. J. R.
Wimberly to Blue Springs yesterday
in his launch, the Wanderer. After
fishing and bathing in the refreshing
waters cf that spring, they returnee
home praising the grandeur and
beauties of the Oklawaha, as well at
the spring.
Miss Jenie Carter left for her
home in Knoxville, Tenn., Thursday,
let the regret of her many friends
here. She is a great church and Sun Sunday
day Sunday chool worker and with her pleas pleasing
ing pleasing manner she endeared herself to
the whole community.
The work the boys did on the
ipring last week is appreciated by
all.
Mr. F. W. Sears has started a new
industry for Orange Springs, that of
making brooms. He puts up a first
class broom and we are in hopes thai
he will make a success.
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 consumption
sumption consumption in the raw state, or which
may be consumed without further
cooking, at any meat shop, butcher
shop, market, grocery store, fruit
stands or any other places where food
L 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 requirements.
ments. requirements. J. P. Galloway, -Sheriff
Marion County, Fla.
Use Nyal's xamiiy rtrft edies. All
good good for alL Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 15-tf

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OCA LA EVENING STAR THURSDAY. AUGUST 19. 1913

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGER & CARROLL. PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

SAVANNAH NEWS HAS j
KEPT ITS SENSES

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The Savannah Morning News W
one of the oldest and most ir.fiuentiul
papers in Georgia. The following
from it may be con.-iik-i -l a fair ex expression
pression expression of the sentiment of the West
element of the .-tate:

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
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One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
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The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. McCARDELL

Copyright. 1915. by Roy L. McCardell

People who live on sandbars by the
gulf, like that on which Galveston is
situated, can never have any security
to life and property. The hand of
man has never yet built a protection

that a tidal wave couiani bweeo
over.
The Atlantic ocean is the most
honest among the seven seas. It is
always rough and grumbling and al always
ways always openly dangerous. But it
doesn't smile on you in the morning
and send a billion tons of water over
your home before midnight.

Some newspapers, which should
know better, insist that the govern government
ment government of counties by boards of com commissioners
missioners commissioners is similar to commission
government in cities. What foolish foolishness
ness foolishness this is. A board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners is elected every two years
by popular vote. It manages the af affairs
fairs affairs of a county on exactly the
same principle that a council manages

the affairs of a city or town, it is
representative government, pure and

simple.

Governor Harris of Georgia has
offered rewards for the apprehension

of the lynchers of Frank. If Gov

ernor Harris had done his duty in the
first place, Frank would not have
been lynched. Now, if he will say,
"There is no use for me to try to do
anything; a large element of the
people are in league to uphold and
protect that band of midnight asas asas-sins,".he
sins,".he asas-sins,".he would tell the exact truth
and give even the most rabid of the
lawbreakers of his state something to
think of.

The Lynching of Frank
The lynching of L. M. Frank makes
a black chapter in the hi-tory of
Georgia. It is a chapter that every
Georgian who loves "his tate and is
nroud of her achievements will read!

i
with a feeling of regret and sorrow.

The question as to whether Frank
was guilty or innocent doesn't enter
into the matter. The question wheth whether
er whether or not there was ground for corn-

any man, or even the life of a woman, muting Frank's sentence to imprison imprison-The
The imprison-The people of Georgia should under- ment for life isn't an issue. The sim sim-stand
stand sim-stand that the world will not look at pie facts are that Frank was a pri pri-the
the pri-the matter as they do. True, only oner of the state, was serving a life
x i. : : iiicio ic wnrnpfl c-mtnrra in tVi tntis nrion. find a

loo irue, L i j" r- ,rcw...t. - finUh k.,(i fiu Announcement-

A and the courts are lnem- mob of masked men broke into the; . .

",,VJ , . ,. ,. A .1 lhe Mea or theui suspecung ue iu-
cient, but it is the fault of the people prison, carried him to a distant part d ol ,r Lee... chimea In the equally
that such is the case, and the remedy 0f the state and in the early morn-; roM minded Kalph Hunter. "Why,

lies not in mob law but in closer at- jng hours hanged him until he w-as;rtuur for aij uis wlld ways had the
tention and public spirited interest in dead. jbc-st and kindest heart In the world,
public affairs. As for those who say It is seldom that so great an out- And he loved Dr. Lee like a son. even
they would have taken part in the rage against the peace and dignity of if they dJd have some jolly old rows
lynching had they been able, we a state is committed. That .uch an
would do most of them the honor to outrage blots the civilization of the j ..put why Arthur away?

disbelieve them, a man wun great state oi Georgia is I'roiuu.m.j f u v bllu .juiitv. and we

blood heated from a great wrong regrettable. There isn't a citizen who j ma have our fauitH in Fairfax, but

done to a woman relative or iriena i loves the state and noicis ner repuia- We are all kin. nntl we all stand to-

this Miije attenion. mat a uium facen
hunchback orjran grinder with a mon monkey
key monkey limited into the dryard of Farm
r Smith's. lVr tinl.K'i! Well eoiild
be realize that riches seldom bring
happiness eicoially wlieii we lxe
them ahu.'t as quickly as they bare
been gained.
IJut the Jy and giee of the little

flve-year-M daughter of the Smiths
cheered Quabba.
"Kids are always glad to see us.
anyway. Clarence." he said, and he

1 Wants 1

(Continued from Last Week)
CHAPTER XII.
Th Tournament.

rt UT ixr Arthur Stanley won t
i-C be here to ride this year,"
exclaimed the good natured
young man when they had

& X l.r- j
I i
j J V in', i ruiMM in" 1

crid Bert

is one thing. A man cold-bloodedly J tion dear, whether he sympathized pother when outsiders make trouble"

helping to kill an utterly defenceless with Frank or believed that hanging asked Ualph Hunter.

hniYiiin heme is anotner. ana most oi was too eooci ior mm. miu uwsiu,

those who proclaim themselves able deplore this lynching tragedy because Randolph Impulsively. "Can't you see
w l -s-v t m ..! Allocs l-ri fw' V

to do such a thing misundersUnd U is a blot on the state's zoo, -wTouMa
their own natures. On the other hand, The state had Frank in its custody Mn 1 nhtMt Arthnr. ,mubiM?

a great many people denounce the and it was responsible for his protec-; yju kow Mfca lZsiher ,jked LIm
act; among them are some who be- tion. It had tried him for a heinous Qf all of ug
licve in Frank's guilt, but who right- crime, he had been found guilty and ( ..0ht I)ray do forrive me. Miss Es-
ly consider his lynching a much sentenced to death, and his death sen- ther," cried the contrite young Hunter.

greater crime. j tence had been commuted to life im-, "But I Just cant keep quiet about Ar-

prisonment. The state was hound to mur. Keeping quiet implies we uo ue ue-that
that ue-that the sentence was carried licve those awful suspicions."

f Tho ctntP'5 nnthoritv was brush-? "1 thank you for that," said Esther

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tuted for it. The state was defied by

The proceedings against the alleg alleged
ed alleged German spy in Tallahassee have

been delayed on account of the neces

sity of obtaining an official inter
preter. If Ortolph can't speak Eng

lish fluently, he isn't a spy. Does
any sensible man suppose the German
government would be foolish enough

to send for a spy into an English

speaking community a man who can't
speak English. The man may be

shamming, but it is more than likely

he is a harmless foreigner on no bus

iness but his own. There is nothing

in that part of Florida that the Ger

man government' needs to know that

. it couldn't find out in the congres

sional library or some other place in

Washington.

In the Star's opinion there should
be at least one railroad man on every

railroad commission. It is only

We know he Is guilty of nothing ex-

I cept being a reckless boy, with no fa-
; tlior iind Tin mother

And who was responsible for this ira:rar 8Toke ur for the first time.

uphold the Yes." she said huskily, "he bad no
state's au- mother."

Thev had ample warning "I'll tell you something ahout Ar-

Tn rusnnntA to the Star's inauirv of

w i I..

Manaeer Charles E. Simmons of the

Woi-lfd "Hnw's business"?

vsv-aia iv ' I m r 1 i

he said that while the volume was ""ure ox me a vu

:a ui -AaA fr-nm mnaritv. law: U niorxunaieiy ine

CUIlslUClauijr icuuvvi i .
. I tnorities

work was noiaing up remarKauijr nnioini, "It

considering the general trend of P ; T. -n onl told He

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ua u-,. mAa nmviiAn fnr his was going to ride lu'iue wurnameui

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TIIONE 31

OCALA. TLA.

It Was Marry Group.
played his blithest tune3 and Clarence
was prompted to his best comedy by
the appreciation of the small but select
audience.

When Arthur, working on the Smith
farm under the name of John Fowell.
came across the fields at nunset with

his employer It was a merry group

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f ,1 i:f on ollmnt th WHS "w 7. r .- .1 AnnVJi'l

u: A o nporn in Kir- I ,nauc "41 "- vn tnntr whv? v ell. Artnur WAS ae- I lueT lOUna iu uif uwija.v. v-.

iii.iuiiiiicB uiauc " i I . i.i .t. i,

m nham Ala As these machines aimosx succes.hiui, n.u .w tennIueJ to win thi3 year. It was ana Clarence oemn rv,
" conclusion that others would be made. ,lwn MUa r.Kfhpr wfla nt Dr. Lee's he best from the board, as all wandering

were manuiacuirea in comuum. u.."7 ... .

in tho imn I Ana tnere aoesn i eem ij told me. lie was resoivea 10 win o ue ujilsucw DUvu.v

"I'm on my way to tne tournament
at Fairfax." Quabba said.

The Fairfax tournament! Arthur stir

red with a sudden resolve, ne would
gol He would win the wreath and
crown Esther queen of love and beau

ty! It was a wild risk to take, a dar

ing thing to do, but he longed to pee
Esther, and the love of romance and

the Inclination to the dramatic were
the heritage of his gypsy blood that

overcame all caution and discretion.

rr -wonlil co! II Is heart beat like a

he

... i -v,f it,. :.ftn Ana mere uoesn i i. tola me. ne wasresoivea iuaiubuub
with large foundries right in the iron w r inv

belt it is quite a feather in the.cap of .pc- f-i- Wu.

Ocala" industry to be in position .to d tai-l -W T1 do .t for h.m. cried

make them up ana snip mat aisiance. nunter. "All the girls of Fair-

Smce the closing of nearly all tne t , i fnv nr wild for tho honor. But we'll

I frW rt tl'Olf TA tt VI CI

Phosphate mines in the hard rock dis- q ;.p I win it for Miss Esther. One of us will

trict, from which the Ocala Iron block Blair Stanley, and the other will
Works always drew a good portion d in taking him from the state the .,
f ; kc;occ tu manaffPment has P"son and the states authorities as ,.n r. cbuckle1 voung Randolph.

l e. I :1. o.o in Lilmff ... .

been broadening its working terri- a oru"-" -uu,r,s lliat lIie cnivniry ot
" i tut mn0,c a prisoner from a county sheriff or kuj5bt In the tournament of Fairfax?

xory. w u. u f rom a county jaii. TUars a trick like Blair Stanley played

are oeing niiea ai-pouus iai uikui

mo,f no cnul tVint fpnr that an nlmost 1 am astonished at you.

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trom Ucala. Lffnrt wnnhl bP made to lvnch Frank Ralph," he added, with mock serious- drum with the resolution. Forcing him

The constant, tho slow, increase oil; Mnci uogs. Rplf to crak with a calmness he far

nsifi n ifci uul 1 r 111 liicil i vj l vsicaw a c w

i r r iVA ."4- oAtrAfo 1 tvArtri a a

Dusiness, ui uic ya. v,i i1Mn ,i;a

very encouraging to the management P ctnm()nT w;n not

tUlllUIUCU, UUl UlUk Ttun.iiiv..v .....

of the iron works.

The Daily Tropical Sun was visit-'
ed yesterday by William Eversfield,
who was fined in mayor's court yes

terday morning for using profane

language on the public highways, and

satisfy the people of Georgia who
feel that their state has been put in
a bad light in the estimation of the
whole world and who realize that
sharp and stinging criticisms will be
leveled at her civilization.

It isn't Frank they are thinking

matter of fairness that there should requested us to omit any mention i of about'nor his crime nor his extraor-

, a i r Kiz the case. When we informed mm

De, anu me presence ui uuc man aui
to give expert advice would save the that we were trying to run a news-
nnnt the

commission many mistakes. ine r i. ,j v,
Star knows" a number of railroad news when we had it, he told us that
men who, if they were on the com- he wouldn't give us any more work
mission would give all the people and would have his friends do like like-faithful
faithful like-faithful service; in fact, they are wise. He also informed us that he
more to be trusted than some men was a reader of the Daily Tropical
who seek office on a platform of Sun, and when we asked him if he
abusing the corporations, and whom was taking the paper for the news he
the corporations can generally buy in replied that he was. The Daily Trop Trop-a
a Trop-a few months after election. If we ical Sun intends to print .the news
had a commission with one expert and-cannot be influenced or bribed,
railroad man on it, and all determined and a request to omit news items is
to do justice to both people and rail- considered by us as an insult, and
roads, it would be worth more than a we do not care for the man's business
A.. a xtt tn thp statp. who desires to have news suppressed.

You have a aaily newspaper in your

I .. TTT Tl T V.

It is an axiom that a lie will travel town support it. west x-am

miloe wViilo tr-ntVi i5 mittinc on its oUn

All !aughed, relieved of the tension from feit, he spoke up and said:

the mention of Arthur's flight under it jf i can spared for the day, and

trrribln suspicion had brought upon the if Vnu will lend me Starlight. Mr.

little group, and soon after the young gmith, and if you will make me

men rode away, declaring that Esther
should be crowned at their hands ami
the socially powerful female relative
from Richmond should take the young
mistress of Stanley hall under the ben benefice
efice benefice of her esteem.

It wn nlnAit nt this same time, on

The stand of the Sun is to be high

lv commended, and the people of

West Palm Beach should appreciate

it. There are a good many things

that happen around a town that do
not need to be printed, and the Star
leaves such things out when, in its

opinion, more harm than good would

boots. CoDDerhead Viereck in The

Fatherland.
Painfully correct, worthy sir.
Otherwise you couldn't have started
your paper. Columbia State.
. The Fatherland was quite decent
when it'started. It was only after it
A h J v. Vv 1 ? s o ah M AV4- X -V 4-V 1 AMl V VT

wouldn't be turned to the support of bf done b Panting them. However
ir.. tv,. i4. a Tf if any person was to threaten to do

perfectly proper and to be expected things to the paper ?r anybody con con-that
that con-that a German-American should take ected with it, if it d not suppress
r a oi. an item, we would tell him to go take

H1C Blue vx man ji agamoi, I , , i i
nn.. v a t-.c I a walk, and if his walk took him to

lies. v lien lie guca aui liici tuu lonco -:11t
iL ., jr 4. I Gehenna we would not be specially
the side of Germany against America """

he becomes obnoxious. Men of grievea

ViorpV! sfnmn sTinnld en back to

r tp t j u-. I rr Watt's Office is now in the

vjei many j.a uicic ia ai ucinEn i
r i zn v,r I TTnlHr Rlnrk. Phone No. 7. 17-5t,

vierinany auu nmci.a, uicj nm fv
to jail, and their utterances now may
be the occasion of thousands of in- rirflTT.v urn f IH?ADI71I

nocent people being persecuted. dlUDlU If ILL IlLUrLll

Opinion on the lynching of Frank jijss Ethel Haycraft, graduate of

in Ocala is evenly divided. There are Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
a good many ex-Georgians in the city, otto Pfefferkorn, will reopen her
and most of them approve of the studio September 1st. Phone 131. 18t

Their opinion on the sub-

dinarily sensational trial, nor the de deplorable
plorable deplorable events that followed it. They
are thinking of their state and the

harm that this lynching of a pris

oner, whose case had attained nation nationwide
wide nationwide importance,, will do it, and think

ing of that they feel that the care
necessary for safeguarding the pris pris-nner
nner pris-nner was not exercised that there

was a lack of efficiency and of a feel

ing of responsibility somewhere.

The governor says that he will

make every effort to discover the

lynchers and bring them to justice.

He is expected to do that and if he is
successful he will strike a blow at
lynch law that will have a lasting ef

fect and be a blessing to the state.
We cannot hope to have a full meas measure
ure measure of success for our efforts to make

this a great and prosperous common

wealth if mob law flourishes in her

borders. If prisoners can be taken
out of her-prison by a mob and lynch lynched
ed lynched when commutation of their sen sentences
tences sentences doesn't meet with popular ap approval.
proval. approval. We shall hear it said that the com commutation
mutation commutation of Frank's sentence was an
encouragement of mob law. That
may be so, but that isn't the question
that is confronting us now. The ques question
tion question is the incalculable damage that

has been done the state, the people of

the state, by a few lawless men. The

only way to offset that damage is to
search out and punish the men who

put the blot on the state's fair name

and thus show that Georgia's civili

zr.tion doesn't approve of lynch law

or lawlessnes of any kind. We want
the world to understand that our laws

are just and fair and that in our
courts the scales of justice are held

evenly.

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lynching

ject, however, is based on a firm be belief
lief belief in the guilt of Frank, and the
very justifiable feeling that no punish punishment
ment punishment can be too severe for a man
who would commit such a crime. Not
a few say they would have joined in
the lynching had they had an oppor

tunity. Its the Star's opinion that
when the returns begin to come in,
and they find how greatly the affair
has disgraced their native state in
the eyes of the whole world, they will
admit to themselves, if to no one else,
that the act was a most indiscreet
one. The good name of a state is
worth more than the punishment of

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had come to their door in the guhe of

a tramp, but they could see by his
ways and manners he was no tramp.
They Judged him by his open, manly

countenance and gentle courtesy, and

whatever was bis secret they felt it

was no dishonorable one.

On Starlight, then, the farmer's
blooded saddle horse. In his new cheap
best clothe, and with his black silk
mask and ostrich plume the farmer's
wife had furnished from her Sunday
finery, Arthur rode away with the best
wishes of the farmer and his wife and
his little girl, "to show," as Farmer
Smith expressed it. "those stuck up
Fairfax swells a taste of old Kentucky
quality."
Qualla had len gone flare the day
before, but Arthur overtook him near
Stanley hall. They wared at -ach other
as Arthur galloped past. And then
Arthur reim-d his horse in a little coise
of wood near the mansion. Did he but
know It. It was the sjt where he had
been Imrn.

He had last seen Esther at Hagars

camii, but he was not surprised to

catch the flutter of her dress at the

window of the balcony that overlooked
the tardea at the hide of Stauler halL

lie had well remembered flagars part parting
ing parting words that she would take Esther

to dwell at Stanley halL
Cautious and as quiet as he was In
stealing toward the house, the keen
ears of Luke Lovell. at Stanley hall
that day with messages to Hagar from
her gypsy folk, heard his cautious foot footfall,
fall, footfall, and from a hiding place saw
Arthur throw a hastily scrawled note,
tied to a stone, through the open bal balcony
cony balcony to Esther's room. The note
begged her to meet him at the old stile
at the top of the hill, back of Stanley
halL And Esther was there to keep
the tryst.
"You must not do this!" she panted

wildly when Arthur explained his pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Hut Arthur laughed and paid

her a brotherly compliment for her
.bright eyes and fair cheeks, set off all

the better for her agitation and the
beautiful white frock that she hsd

donned for the tournament.

"I will ride wearing your favor. Es

ther, dear. said Arthur, and be took
the silken sash she wore and kissed

her and rode a war. placing on his

mask as be adjusted the sash as a

scarf.

At Stanley hall Hagar impatiently

waited for Esther, the carriage horses

restless at the portals of the mansion.

"Where have you been." she asked.

-gathering flowers. 1 suppose?" For

as an excuse Cstber had hurriedly
gathered a handful of roses to account
for her delay.
At the Fairfax fair grounds all waa
bustle and excitement. The gentry
were driving in and taking their aeati
In the gayly decorated grand stand.
Already Dlalr Stanley's mother, with
her guests. Mrs. Burton Randolph of
Richmond and the beautiful lady from
New York whom Blair was all atten attention
tion attention to. Vivian Mars to a. had taken their

:-it .-ij.il ivrr s.f.ilins r.d Holding tn
.'r'.ei. Is ;::.d - : : ii t luces.
l'!i.-i1:TS:::.i r .vain vas bustling about
Hid In his !,e:vy. In .itiertiig way teas-

in n hun hi ru k oruan grinder who,
with ii tnonUey. had !eeii the subject

of much tiiHUsettuMit on the tournament

ground. Sheriff Swnln was Jocularly

pretending he would arret both the
musician nod his monkey, and be was
shaking the o3i-.tl handcuffs at these
coin Katherlng entertainers.

And now the master of ceremonies
made the announcement the masked
knights were la tilt in a general melee

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I

(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
' A word and the skies would brighten,
i A word and the clouds would riy;
A word and the soul finds healing,
And hurt hearts cease to sigh.
Oh, word ere too late be spoken,
' Let the threshold of silence be
crossed,
Ere the thread of thy fate be broken
j And thy chance forever lost.
! Mark CJriswold.
j Misses Mary and Anna McDowell
j are at home from a f-hort visit to Mrs.
J. J. Gerig at her Lake Weir cottage.
jMrs. Gerig and Miss Margaret Gerig
expect to come home tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and so'ns
returned to Lake Weir this afternoon
after a stay at their home here since
j Monday.
I mm
Miss Irma Blake has invited a num number
ber number of her friends to a musical which
?he will give next Tuesday evening at
8:30 at Mr. Herbert Lattner's studio.
This affair will be one of the very
nicest given this season and is being
eagerly anticipated. Miss Blake is
one of Ocala's most winsome and
talented musicians; she is a graduate
in voice and piano, receiving her de decrees
crees decrees from the Woman's College at
Tallahassee. Miss Blake's accompanist
will be Miss Mamie Gro;
of this
city.
A telegram received late last eve evening
ning evening announcing the death of Mrs.
Julian Carr at Durham, N. C, has
cat a gloom over the hearts of the
host of friends of the Carr family in
this city. Mrs. Carr passed away at
the Carr summer home, Hillsborough,
near Duiham, the end coming sudden suddenly
ly suddenly and unexpectedly. General Carr
was a recent visitor to this city, com coming
ing coming especially to be in attendance
upon the marriage of his cousin, Miss
Josephine Bullock to Mr. Thantham
d Tallahassee.
Mrs. Chester A. Fort and family
left today for Oklawaha, where they
have taken one of Dr. Henry's "cot "cottages
tages "cottages for a seasor
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Miss Hallie Ley, who for two years
has had charge of the kindergarten
work of the English Classical school,
is in the city for a few days' visit to
her sister, Mrs. T. F. Alexander, in
Suburb Beautiful. Miss Ley's many
friends and former patrons will re regret
gret regret to learn that she will not be in
school work in Tampa this winter, al although
though although her old position was open to
her and urged upon her by Miss
White, principal of the English Clas Classical
sical Classical school. In view of the fact that
her parents, Jlev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley
now reside in Orlando, and that she
.has a most flattering offer to open
kindergarten work in that city, she
has definitely decided to accept the
offer tendered. A feature, therefore,
of her present visit is to superintend
the packing and shipping of her fur furniture
niture furniture and fixtures to her new home.
Tampa Times.
Miss Winnifred Cobb, after 'a short
visit to Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane, left
yesterday afternoon for Brooksville,
where she joined her parents, en
route- to Dunedin, where they will
visit for some time. Miss Cobb will
be with Mrs. Lane for another visit
of a few days en route to her home in
Tallahassee.
at
Mr. Morris Smith spent yesterday
and today in the city the guest of his
father, Dr. D. M. Smith and family,
leaving late this afternoon for Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, where he will remain the fol following
lowing following week, enjoying a much needed
vacation.
Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb and daughter,
Miss Nellie Gottlieb have returned
from a fortnight stay at North Lake
Weir.
Mrs. J. S. Sisson and daughter,
Miss Sadie Hope of Jacksonville, are
guests for a few days of Mrs. Sis Sis-son's
son's Sis-son's brother, Mr. J. B. Carlisle and
family.
Mrs. W. D. Caldwell has as her
guests at her home on South Lime
street her sister, Mrs. Inez White of
Memphis, Tenn. They leave today
for a week's stay on the shores of
beautiful Lake Weir.
Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and daugh daughter
ter daughter Miss Ollie, have returned from a
week's visit with relatives at Stan-1
ton.
Capt. J. D. Young came in yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from an extended
stay at his beautiful farm in Virginia.
Captain Young also spent some time
in Washington and Atlanta. He left
immediately for Mucland, where he
makes his home at the residence of
Mr. Gus Waters.
Mr. Bethel Gallagher and Mr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Tucker are entertaining a num number
ber number of friends this evening at a
chicken pillau on the banks of Silver
Springs. The crowd went down early
in the afternoon in time to enjoy the
i-athing, after which the picnic sup supper
per supper will be prepared by Chefs Galla Gallagher,
gher, Gallagher, Tucker and Johnson. The fried
chicken, of course, will be rivaled by
heaping pots of delicious pillau,
pickles, rolls and the innumerable
other good things that go to make an
affair of this character par excellent.
The party will return by moonlight.

department, call 'phone 106)

Those enjoying this bounteous sup supper
per supper party with Messrs Gallagher and
Tucker are Misses Ellen Leigh,
Virginia Sistrunk, Ethel Haycraft,
Tommy Standley, Etta Hood Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Margaret Walters, Lois Dame,
Alice Bullock, Messrs. Nelson Geise
and Holmes Walters, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Leavengood, Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Ponder and Mrs.
Howard Walters.
W. M. S. Literary Meeting
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will hold its lit literary
erary literary meeting on Friday August 20th
at 4 p. m., promptly; topic "Our
Home Mission Schools."
Following is the program.
1. Apostle's Creed.
2. Hymn; Holy, Holy.
.1. Prayer.
4. Scripture Lesson.
't. Ruth Hargrave Institute, Key
West, Florida; Dr. Gross.
fj. Holding Institute, Laredo, Tex Texas;
as; Texas; Miss Mamie Gross
7. An Appeal for the Missionary
Society; Mrs. Harnett.
8. Vocal Solo; Miss Sarah Gross,
y. Statistical Record of our Home
Mission Schools; Mrs. J. Walter
Hood.
10. Benediction.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Leader.
Mrs. S. G. Moyers returned this
afternoon from an overnight visit to
Jacksonville. She was accompanied
home by her son, Mr. George Moyers,
who has been spending the summer
with relatives in Virginia.
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Mr. Herring and family of P.'ar.t
City, who have been occupying the
Brail ford cottage at the lake for sev-
eial months, returned to their home
today. Mrs. Herring was formerly
Miss Ieila White of this city. She is
a sister of Mrs. Joe White and has
many friends here who were pleased
to meet her again.
One of the largest parties ever en encamped
camped encamped on the banks of Salt Springs
is being enjoyed this week by seventy-five
or more citizens from Citra
and surrounding vacinity. The wood woodland
land woodland surrounding these wonderful
springs presents a beautiful picture
and is a veritable white city, tents
being pitched 'seemingly in almost
every available nook.
Miss Beulah Hall and Miss Ethel
Harrell will leave soon for South
Carolina, where both young ladies
have accepted positions to teach in
schools the coming season.
Miss Lou Moody and her house
guest, Miss Pauline Coulter of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, were guests of friends in the
city yesterday afternoon.
Miss Emma Washburn and Miss
Leila Frampton are guests for today
of Miss Agnes Crago at her home
north of the city. This evening the
ladies will go to Griner Farm to par participate
ticipate participate in the silver medal contest,
returning home by moonlight after
the exercises.
a
Miss Agnes Crago has accepted the
position of teacher at the Griner Farm
school for the coming term. The fall
term opens the latter part of the
present month.
Miss Edith Williams will have as
her guest next week Miss Pauline
Coulter of Atlanta.
Mrs. G. W. Cleveland will return
home tonight after spending a week
with her son, Mr. Wrilbur Cleveland,
at the Hotel Kibler in Lakeland and
her niece, Mrs. G. S. Davis of Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. Mrs. Marcus Frank and children,
who have been visiting relatives in
Savannah and in the mountains of
North Carolina, returned home this
afternoon. Mr. Frank met them in
Jacksonville.
The literary class of the mission missionary
ary missionary society will meet Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Methodist
church. An interesting program has
leen prepared.
. Mrs. Clarence Philips and three in interesting
teresting interesting little daughters Irma, Mary
Ellen and Lounita, arrived this eve
ning from Jacksonville and will spend
two weeks with Mrs. Philips sister,
Mrs. George Taylor.
The many friends of Rev. and Mrs.
Roy Bowers will regret to learn that
they are contemplating making their
heme in Eustis this coming winter,
Rev. Bowers considering accepting
the principalship of the Eustis high
school. Ocala will lose one of her
best families and it is sincerely hoped
they will reconsider and continue to
make this city their home.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
will celebrate the birthday of Robert
Morris, founder of the order, by giv giving
ing giving a basket picnic at Silver Springs,
August 31st. The chapter has invited
several other chapters to join them
and a splendid time is anticipated.
Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and
don't let anyone make you believe
that any other is "just as good."
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf

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with bauilM laim-s jit ;i Muall wrvatk
usi-uJ-l souif t -:.- f t fr.'-:i tn -'
ground I : i 1 1 ; i. r at lull m tub
' obJH t. the Pi i-ki kiii!:t v, cu!d
f bear it CT a bis ;r:ir J "iat wa t le
aujUdsel the vj. I..r tut. lst
hrst-uiau of all t!.t ki:ih; 'f Iairlax
would c-r"!i ih- i..:iiJ .f -:.jiag
as im- n of low a til i.-:tLty. and
alsu by t!i pn at:tt iva .f rivat Iku Iku-quvts
quvts Iku-quvts ready at lei. 1 s le. t thf iiu-vu'?
attendant ladies f li.nr.
The busies b!ew. SU-ri.T Swaiu an
knight svi;-s !ml distribute t!;e Inures,
and the knights lined far dnwn the
track. The busies blew aain. and ou
they came, twenty of h in abreast,
wearing the sashes of their ladies,
masked and plumed and all intent
upon tearins off the guerdon.
Blair Stan'ey. tn a lisht bay hunter,
wearing the erinisn a!i faTor of
Vivian MarMuii. was In the lead; rlos.
behind was a Tuiisht on a white hre
with a black star on Ps forehend. A
Ktranse hrre t Fairfax, where t-verv
horse and man of b!HM Ms known.
What horse was it. and h was the
rider? He wore a snow white scarf
and sat his horse ns Ikv:iiuc a Virgin Li
gentlenian-or perhaps n Kenturkian.
Blair in the lead werved to block
the oncoming knights behind him. but
the stranger veemed to l prepared for
the me. lie spurred his horse around
and crossed In the very front of Blair.
The shock threw the bay hunter over,
and Blair fed headlong; r the ground,
and the strange knight's siear ioiut
lifted the wreath they strove for from
the wire. As B!air ft II h got a glimpse
of the horseman who had unseated
him, close up. And then Blair Stanley
knew him. It was Arthur Stanley!
A surge of hate and humHLitioti rag raged
ed raged in the liosom of Blair to Ik un unseated
seated unseated in the pne!ice of Vivian Mar Mar-Btou.
Btou. Mar-Btou. to whom he had loasted he
would lear o.T the wreath and crown
her on her Hrst day in Fairfax as
queen of love and beauty!
lie Jim i inI from the scene to whore
Sheriff Swain stoid by the end of the
grand stand, watching the surprising
end. of the contest and ceasing from
hLs "clumsy jesting with his handcuu".t
at Quabba.
The defeated knights, with the ex exception
ception exception of the unhorsed Blair, who had
limited away, ranged their horses In a
semicircle and held their lances at
salute.
Arthur. Iearing the queen' crown
and the bouquets, approached the
white faced, trembling Esther and said
in a feigned voice. "I crown thee queen
of love and lveauty! Then he present presented
ed presented the Itouquets of the Indies of honor
to the nearest women Vivian Marston
and Mrs. Burton Bandolph.
At the far end of the grand stand the
raging Blair was iointiiig to the victor
and saying. 'That is Arthur Stanley,
the murderer of Dr. Iee. Go and get
hlmr
Hardly knowing what he was doing,
but In anger at the clumsy. Jesting
sheriff, a wild Idea to discomfit that
ofllclal and the unhorsed Informer for
the sake of the gallant looking victor
seized fJiTabba.. With n deft clutch of
his quick fingers he clasjKil the dm dm-gllug
gllug dm-gllug end of the handcuffs to the wrist
of Blair. The other end was around the
sheriff's wrist, and that eager official
and the Informer were soon wildlv"!
pulling iu opposite directions. Leaving
his organ and carrying the frightened
monkey in his arms, the nimble hunch hunchback
back hunchback ran through the grand stand and
whispered his warning to Arthur.
At this very moment, obedient to a
signiflcfl nt look from Blair's mother.
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It Was Arthur Star.iey!
Mrs. Randolph and Vivian Marston had
IointIlj tlirowri down the bouquet
iiii-l ha 1 tnn.td th-ir IkkUs ou Itht-r.
Tla hik'-'ii "-f v- :ii'l l-auty was nn nn-iickii'iw
iickii'iw nn-iickii'iw It !- 1 uu-1 "t-t!ir'iifl.
At tlii" 'j ii J iHr -t In. mlll.it ion
of thr 1 n:'h-r .f II.ti:;ir !? whole as
setuoly ur-u I atu the
boa !-( shout- -f t!i. h ui'I' iinTe l .heri3"
v-i-.- In in:, ".i- ihat man! He i -Arthur
St a"-y. w.u ;-.J for murder!"
A lout ro.ir it from the cxcit''l
;!;!'.; :: ;.!!tj t.i th ir ft ami
wo: : n -i-.e-iii.t-I Artht:r. at the Ty
fr!ri II :!.. r t l.i:: !f. ran down
!! sii-!.' .-ti !. .::!!,' the rail at n
l-i:iil. v-iu!fd on his liorse. natohin
th; n fi:" fro': tli- imtto l.nl ns fte did
so f -1 r -it fh" !-r;:-'jMt commands of
the s .:-;. T t!i t . : i -k -t 1 kniuht !os.m1
In on Arthur an I. fu'uiniin him round.
dro him and his horse toward the
trr.ind -t:tnd. ti u.'lin. Ghtlur for
life -Mid lilrty.
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OCALA OCCURENCES

Our

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new Iri.-h

are now

potatoes for
in. Ocala
8-11-tf

fail
Seed

Whereas, God in his infinite wis
': m has called to the Letter land be
'r.d the father of our .-ister, Mrs

e it

Belleview, Aug. IS. Mrs.
Kendell has gone to Tavares
.-ome civil engineering work

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to

for

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

Mr. G. D. Blackwell
was in town today.

of Live Oak

Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries 'L 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf-

Dr. Black of Dunnellon spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in town and visited Silver
Springs.,.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's.
Mr. R. B. Bostwick, stock claims
atrent of the Coast Line, was greet

ing his Ocala friends yesterday.
THIRTY-FIVE BUICK FOR SALE
For sale, cheap for cash, a model
35 Buick, in perfect condition. Apply
to Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
Roadmaster Robinson of the A. C.
L. is in town, helping make connec connections
tions connections for the Chazal grist mill.

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Yesterday afternoon while Mr. G.
I). Washburn was pitching hay into
the barn at his home he became the
victim of a most peculiar accident.
In throwing the hay into the door far
above his head in .some way two tinei
broke off the fork and dropped, one
nassing through the gentleman's up-

lip and the other jammed

d. That we, the members of j Mrs. Charles Wintcn and children.

per

itself

intn his ricrht cheek, making a mu.-.tji.

painful and ugly wound. Mr. Wash Washburn
burn Washburn is in consequence laid on the
shelf today, blue and stiff in the neck,
but congratulating himself that the

accident was not any worse.

Ileed
He
Bast

i; g that only time can soften her sor sorrow,
row, sorrow, we l eg her to look to the heav heav-er.Iy
er.Iy heav-er.Iy father for help and comfoit and
tru-t always in the time when the
hjuse of many mansion shall be
..p:' to us and the dear ones gone

fore shall be waiting to welcome us
the eavenly home.
Mrs. S. A. Buckley,
Mrs. E. Simpson,
Mrs. T. B. Snook, Com.
Grace II. Snook, Press Cor.

! land company.

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Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the
nnrpst and most healthful of

summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf,

best, 1
all!

BLITCHTON

On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Iar's worth of other groceries, for

WEATHER REPORT

This report Is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.

Weihe, official observer for th

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

Mr. Will Hogan, one of the efficient
engineers on the High Springs and
St. Petersburg division, spent last
night with his Ocala friends.
Tires are cash, but we will give you
the best tire service you ever put on
you car. Immediate and liberal ad

justments always. Davies the
Man. 8-12-tf

ernment
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Blitchton, Aug. 18. Misses Floyd

and Winnifred McCully of Berlin and

Mr. W. M. Wilson left this after-i their guest, Miss Bertie Coggins of

noon for Chicago and Denver. Uefore ; "- K"ls "l -'"aa

returning home Mr.

also to visit Texas.

Wilson expects

We have a few of the famous Shu

mate and Chase razors which we v ill

sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

Mr. E. S. Hoyt, of Birmingham,

Ala

in charge of the insurance de-jber uncles, Tr.

Miss Opal Blitch, who is teaching
at Paisley, spent the week-end at
home.
Mrs. Callie Davis of Inverness is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. S. II.
ditch for several weeks.
Miss Pauline Curry of Lakeland

s.-nt last week here, the guest of

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Blitch, Mr. B. R

t,a Tv'nio-Vits rf Pvthias i Blitch and .Mr. J. .M. liiitcn.

yiXl llliciiv vji .- .w. ..... - j

for the southeastern territory, m

the city in the interest of that con-

90

88

... 92 74
93 75,

85 72 .07

89 70 .03
88 70 .18

" 91 72

89 71 .05

89 71 .05
92 73 1.63
...90 74 .02
89 74 .03
89 75
91 76
91 76
90 73

Local rorecast

Unsettled tonight and Friday, prob-
erenerallv fair

south portion.
As vou can see by the program else

wnere, mere is a uuc p'6-ai"

cern. lie iraveis in an amu dim
shield of the order is beautifully
painted on its sides, leaving no doubt
as to his errand while on the road.
CITY CLERKS' FINANCIAL
STATEMENT FOR JULY

Rev. A. L. Prisoc of Berlin was a
business visitor to the city today. He

was accompanied by his bright little Tempe tonight, and it will pay you to

son- j be present

:

Mr. S. P. Hollinrake of the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Valley railroad, has gone to
New7 York City on business with the
owners of his road.

Mrs. M. L. Ferguson and sons of

j Tampa are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.

P. Ilammons.
Mr. Brewington spent Monday in
Ccala.
Mr. W. II. II. Blitch of Morriston
called Monday.
Mrs. S. II. Blitch, Mrs. Callie Da

vis of Inverness, Miss Legie Blitch
ard Mr. Loonis Blitch motored to Ir-

August 3rd, 1915. jvine Monday, and were guests of Dr.
City Council, Ocala, j aP,i ,irs. j. l. Davis.

Dr. Blitch left Wednesday lor a

'I A i.

following report of receipts and dis-;woeK on ine ea coa.

during the montn oi i ir. i.anuis uiucn expects iu

J Wednesday for kissimmee where he
jwill be the guest of Mr. C. A. Carson

Jr. on his ranch thirty-five miles from

The Honorable

Florida.

Gentlemen: Beg leave to submit trio

bursements

July, 1915.

by

Receipts
tax collector:

OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

Mr. J. C. Pillans of Electra was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. R. E. Layton of the Chero Chero-Cola
Cola Chero-Cola company, has been confined to
his home for several days with an af affliction
fliction affliction of boils like unto that of Job.

A messTRre has been received from

Miss Parks, the lady who was so
badly cut on an auto windshield, out
on the Dunnellon road Sunday. Miss
Parks is at the home of her brother,
Mr. Parks, who is a prominent citi citizen
zen citizen of Gulfport, near St. Petersburg.
She is much better and her recovery
is assured.

Collected

Taxes
Licenses
Interest on deposits

Collected by marshal:
Fines (police court)
Delinquent personal tax.

Collected by stock impndr.
Pound fees
Col. by city attorney:

! Tax certificates

83.03
10.50

3.27
$ 97.40
163.50
131.25
$ 2'. J.75
.$ 15.65
.$ 41.21

town.
Miss Mamie Fant of Irvine is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rose Fant.

GOOD THINGS TO EAT

Collected by clerk:
F L. DeDt.. service $ 2,523. 4

E. L. Dept., meters
House rent
Assessments (paving) ...
Sidewalks (assessments)
Transfers

Salomi." Cervelat and Frankfurter

S: u-ago, Cold Boiled Ox -longue,
: 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-
cry, phon IH. 17-3t

Anrtnei -resn shipment or Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
casb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayes have re removed
moved removed from the house at the corner
of Fort King and Tuscawilla, which
they have occupied for some time, to
the Carmichael cottage, corner. Fort
King and Sanchez.

Miscellaneous
W. W. Dept.,
W. W. Dept.,
House rent .

rents.
meters.

Total collections .
Bal. on hand July 1,

18.00 ;

35.00 i
100.00
50.00
. 2,000.00
2.10
. 2.328.32
450.52
15.00 ;

$ 7,522.08!
i
.$ 7,971.73 j
. 4,977.S4 1

1915.

Total $12,949.57
Warrants Drawn During July. 1915

324.75

nnnpn OF F.ASTFT1N STAR

v I o

Salaries, omcers, cierKs, etc

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S., 1 Police Department

meets at Yonge's hall the second and Salaries
TVinrorlou Qvanui era ff (&cL IViincc: ffP? Jind COSt

LUUl kU 1 uuict ,T

month at 3t o ciock.
Mrs. Emilv Webb. W. M

Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.

ODD FELLOWS

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

Tulla Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets iu Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extend sd to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
HAUION-DUNX MASONIC IiOlGK

Marion-Dunn Lodge 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. E. Bunvett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOODMEN OF TIIK VORIj1

Feed for prisoners.

Sundry expense

300.50
0.00
9.00
19.45

Street Department:
Labor
Feed
Sundry expense .
Surveying

Sanitary Department:
Labor and expense
Feed

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 precaution
caution precaution will be used to keep hogs in
a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,
Oxford, Fla. 8-16-26t.

Fon King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiticjr
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- CT
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CONCORDIA LODGE y. u. OF A.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternat Union
of America, meets in Yongt's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Cha3. K. Sage, Secretarv. Ad

FOR RENT A splendid home prop property,
erty, property, 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
M. Sanders, Ocala, Fla. 14-tf.
BURNISHED 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

Health department
Market: Insurance
Contingencies
Pound expense
Sidewalk paving .
Fire department:
Salaries
Feed
Supplies and repairs
Sundries

$ 401.55
285.42
75.82
51.98
71.25
$ 484.47
373.95
75.83
$ 449.78
100.00
33.75
187.01
, 01.55
500.00
200.00
30.55
91.G7
38.47

450.09

E.
W.

L. Dept 3,880.25
W. Dept 1,410.01

Total warrants drawn.

Disbursed

bv City Treasurer
July, 1915

S 8,297.01

During

General fund
Electric light fund.
Water works fund

.S

2,072.25
3.097.50
1,3'JS.OO

Balance on Hand

OuALA TEMPLE

PYTHIAN SISTERS
rrl i it- 1 T A V OQ

Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday "ntere" t
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west Bond "tere
of courthouse. Visiting members arei1"

Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.

S 7,08.
August 1, 1915

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Water

Water

works

works

fund
fund
fund
bond

fund

502.87
190.97
2.04S.35
1.021.75
1.337.23
20.00

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention Convention-held
held Convention-held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial 'veloome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

FOR RENT Five room cottage with
modern improvements, four blocks

from square; garage on premises. Ap Ap-oly
oly Ap-oly to Geo. J. Blitch. 8-ll-6t
FOR RENT Three rooms furnished
for light housekeeping; lights and wa water
ter water free; or two rooms for $12 per
month; three rooms for $15 per
month. Fine location on South Third
street. Inquire at Star office. 10-12t

CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.

FOR SALE A dozen 10 to 11 month

old hogs; cheap if sold at once. Ad Address
dress Address A. B. Williams, Martel, Fla. lt

Regular convocations of the Ocala

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

fourth Fridav m every montn a

8 p. m. H. S. Wresson, n. r.

Jake rt'oam. Secretary.

Accounted for as Follows,
" Treasurer's Report
In Munroe & Chambliss. .$
In Seaboard Nat. Bank....
Sinking fund at interest...
Coupons previously paid...
Coupons, general bonds now
turned in '.

as

Weir Union, extend to Mrs j who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.

our heartfelt sympathy, know j Weihe for the past few wet-KS, return-

i ed to their home at Bushnell Tuesday. ;
j Mrs. M. T. Bohanon and mother,
i Mrs. Newland, made a business trip

to Ocala Monday.
Mrs. O. S. Shade accompanied by:
the Misses Leona and Iona, came
down from Jacksonville Saturday to
spend the week-end with Mrs. V. D.
P. Pratt.
Mr. Wm. R. Kilpatrick is making
improvements to his home by adding
a porch and a coat of paint. 1
One of the most cheerful items of
news this week is that Mrs. Ella Fant

i improving steadily and hopes are

entertained that she will soon be able
to be up.

Mrs. E. A. Polly of Ocala has been
visiting with friends and relatives in
the village the past week.
Mrs. R. A. Snow returned to her
heme at Wildwood last Tuesday, aft after
er after a pleasant visit with her daughter,
Mrs. M. A. Dudley.
Mr. II. W. Alderman,vpresident of
Southern College at Sutherland, with

Mrs. Alderman and their little boy,
stopped over in Belleview for a couple
oi hours last Tuesday, soliciting bus business
iness business for the school.

Miss Mabel Whidden, sister to Rev.
W. II. Whidden, pastor of the M. E.
church, arrived in town last Satur Saturday
day Saturday and will assume charge of the
household affairs at the parsonage.
Last Saturday afternoon the whole
town was almost scattered out of its
senses by one of the most unearthly

rackets coming down the pike and
giving a very fair imitation of a bat

tery of Gatling guns. Investigation

soon showed that it was nothing

more than an old well-digging outfit,

on wheels, self-propelled by a gaso

line engine that had a frog in its

throat and was trying to cough it up.
It was one of the most unearthly dins
ever heard in the town. It was driven

by a colored man who left it out on

the street while he went over to the

garage to get some needed tool or
n-pair part. About that time the

owner of the machine, Mr. W. B.
Turner, of Micanopy and Frnitland
Park, came driving up in a big Buick

j rw

car and inquireu oi ..ir. iremtrie

where his driver had irone to. Mr.

Trcmere told him that his old ma

chine had been making such a rump

us that the town marshal had placed

him under arrest for disturbing the

peace, and that he was held over at
the town calaboose and at the same

I time pointed over across the railroad

track to the garage, and told him to
t'o over there and iret his man out.

This man Turner is some josher him

seif, some times.

Master Hardy Croom of Ocala eel

ebrated his tenth birthday by taking

a great big joy ride. Mr. and Mrs,

George Blitch hitched up their big
Maxwell touring car and with Miss
Harold and Miss JefTie Dell as com

pany to impress upon Master Hardy
the seriousness of the occasion, they
motnrpn forth- and as a matter of

course, their first stop was Belle

view, where Master Hardy was turn turned
ed turned loose on the ice cream, confections
and other delicacies dear to the

palate of the average boy. After that

they proceeded on their way to Lake

Weir, where they had a high old
time in disporting themselves in the

waters of the lake, and so passed his

tenth birthday.

Mr. Rexford Nichols went around

last Thursday with something on his
mind, and to those that were willing
to listen, ie was willing to impart

the secret, which was nothing more or
less than that he was celebrating his

34th birthday, and on the day follow

ing his sister, Mrs. I. I. Strong was

struggling with the same emotions

and the weight of years was not so

crushing by the number of ten. These

are momentous days in the lives of
some of us.
Mr. Fritz Hatcher of Oklahoma
and Mr. Clifton Long of Suwannee
county, Fla., members of the student
body of the University of Florida,
who are touring the state on their
bicycles boosting the university and
advising young men to come and join,
diverted from their regular schedule
at Ocala and came down to Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view last Monday morning and spent
a couple of days resting with the Tre Tre-meres,
meres, Tre-meres, and then proceeded on their
way rejoicing. The university turns
out a great set of boosters.
Mr. Tremere spent last Sunday in
Orange Park, and last Sunday hob hob-nebbing
nebbing hob-nebbing with the business men of
Jacksonville.
Miss Minnie Tremere is deep in the

:-tuily of school announcements and
catalogues, trying to make up her
...

Mind where she will go to school.
The number of propositions offered
i. so great that it is hard to decide.

CRUMMY STWW81E

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 437

The only store in town that real really
ly really saves you money.
Compare our prices with what you
pay elsewhere.

90c

CAMPBELLS PORK
AND BEANS
One pound cans of Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's Pork and Or
Beans at Ow

One dozen cans or
over, per doz

LARD
10-pouiid buckets of (Qr
Snowdrift 7t)L

Medium size buckets

of Snowdrift

Compound Lard at per
pound v

38c

y

Per Pound

12c

MISCELLANEOUS
Full Cream Cheese IQp
at per pound ly w

Regular large 15c
cans good salmon

Van Camps tall
cream, per doz .

Small size cans at iCp
per dozen 43 v

10C

90c

EXPORT BORAX
SOAP
Seven Bars for
25c

GROUND MEAL
ll pounds for
25c

Those cakes made at Carter's Dak

cry under the name "DELICIOUS"
r.ro everything that the name indi indicates.
cates. indicates. Six flavors made" fresh every

day and put up in 10c packaRes. Ac

cept no other.

tf

SEAIiOAHI) SCHEDULE

South Bound
Xo. l Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa G:S0 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
0:30 a. m.
No. 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.
Xo. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 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, 0:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.

Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
0:45 a. m.

No. 4. Lv. Tamiia. 9 a. m.: Ar.

Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.

10 Lv. St. Petersburg. 8:30

a. m; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
rr..; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.

M I 1 i Ill H 3 SAN IVYf K

nut in wjjs

A

fr fc. .. t

ihUW ail

V
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4

VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignl
nd day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
We must have cash to run our bus business.
iness. business. Bring us your vulcanizing and
we will exchange the best vulcanizing
vcu ever had for your cash. Davies,
the Tire Man. 8-12-tf

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

RECOMMENDS CHAMBERLAIN'S
COLIC. CHOLERA AND
DIARROHEA REMEDY

"T npvpr becitAto to recomend Cham

berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea

i pmfk-" writps Sol Williams, mer-

chant, Jesse. Tenn. "I sell more of it
,181.-- than any other preparation of like
rVinmrtpr. I hftvp used it myself and

,Kr I found it gave me more relief than any

thing else I have ever tried lor tne
me purpose." Obtainable everywhere.

1 im?- Mv&Hfclii!

fui.Sfk 5nv..i.arH t&vs-M&

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

3,073.22
25.00
800.00
80S.00

475.00

OCALA LODGE NO. 28G. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S. Benevolent
aud Protective Orde.- of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tfciesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
nnnosite no3toffi''e. east side.

L. H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secitary. At.

$ 5
Outstanding Scrip, August 1.
General fund

Electric light fund

Water works fund

.181.22
1 !."

4 4 .0(J i

249.75
45.00

on tne Silver
furnishes the

Mrrlmnfc f nfp t VCTV d3V Wltll

fresh v?getr le, milk and eggs.

SEE lilt r'AKM
Springs road which

tf

ill
mt wi fli w'w

DESPONDENCY DUE
TO INDIGESTION

ome are on salt water, some are by

a lake and some boast of being locat located
ed located on the banks of a river, while
again others are in the hills and
others boa.t of being in the moun mountains
tains mountains and then others show Jie ad advantages
vantages advantages of being entirely away from
any kind of a body of water, and each

and every one of them can prove J

ronrlusivelv wherein their particular

THE STEPPING

STONES TOX
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m mm w m m m-wr m nil ta I t

MJPJJP. r2 OUR CLASSIFIED
feH5t"i-"i"i."-. j ADS OFFER EETT

-vj- rjr'u L c-Ttn.- rrt :v ff it

BETTER 1

PACTIONS AKD f

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7:14.75

Respectfully submitted.
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, foi
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

"About three months ago when I
was suffering from indigestion which
caused hi a lat he and dizzy spells and

'rrndo: me fed tired and despondent, I

began taking Chamberlain's Tablets."
writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N.
4 i

"This medicine proved to e tne ery
thmr I needed- as one day's treat-

mpnt relieved me creatlv. I used tWJ

hot.tlrs of Chamberlain's Tablets and

they rid me cf this trouble." Obtain

able everywhere.

location is the best

ti e mo.-t desirable.

and safest and

-4

BEAN SEED
We have just received our i.ew
lean seed for the fall planting, all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf

A fti! line of !o sc lent ledgers,

note lA.oks and rrnnorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CAB TENTER AND BUILDER
- Careful IMimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor In the city.