OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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Statesmen Acknowledge that
Amsterdam, Aug. 23. The Tele Tele-graf
graf Tele-graf says that Karl Holfferich, Ger German
man German secretary of the treasury, stat stated
ed stated at a secret conference of ministers,
political leaders and influential writ writers,
ers, writers, before the re-assembling of the
Reichstag last Thursday, that a new
war loan would completely exhaust
the empire's financial resources. An
Increase of exchequer bonds would
-cause bankruptcy. lie urged the need
of preparing for an honorable peace.
Chancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg,
according to the same report, declar declared
ed declared the empire's difficulties were in increasing
creasing increasing and -advised his hearers to
use their influence to soften the bel bellicose
licose bellicose inclinations of expension policy
in the Reichstag and carefully pre prepare
pare prepare peace proposals acceptable to
the entente members.
TALIANS ARE OFF
TRANSPORTS TAKING LARGE
FORCES OF TROOPS TO
Rome, Aug. 23. Several Iroop Iroop-laden
laden Iroop-laden transports, escorted by war warships,
ships, warships, have departed from Naples,
Syracuse, Taranto and Brindisi for
an unknown destination. Orders are
sealed. It is generally believed the
troops will be used in operations
i! gainst Turkey.
ANOTHER BIG STEAMER
Queenstown, Aug. 23. The Lam Lambert
bert Lambert and Holt liner Diomed has been
sunk by a submarine after a four four-hour
hour four-hour chase. The captain and two
others were killed.
LOST IN THE STORM
Jacksonville, Aug.-23. The schoon schooner
er schooner Nettie Franklin, was lost in the
recent gulf hurricane. Two of the
crew perished, according to word
from the steamer International, which
put in at St. Andrews Bay. The In International
ternational International saved eight of the crew.
Pensacola is the schooner's home
SHERIFF CAN SOON
SET UP A SHOP
His Office is Filling Up with Recap Recaptured
tured Recaptured Merchandise
Xhe sheriff's office yesterday re received
ceived received notice .that a quantity of mer merchandise
chandise merchandise was stored beneath the rem remnants
nants remnants of an old building near Silver
Springs junction. Deputy Osteen at
c nee went to the place and found sev several
eral several cases of shoes, smoking tobacco,
cigarettes and druggists supplies,
which he brought to the city in his
The packages are in fairly good
shape only a few having been brok brok-"en
"en brok-"en open. They are marked to mer merchants
chants merchants in South Florida, and it is pre presumed
sumed presumed that they were thrown out of
a Seaboard freight train at the junc junction
tion junction and moved to their hiding place
until an opportune time for removing
them to some other point for disposi disposition.
tion. disposition. No clue has yet been obtained as to
who placed the goods where they
were found, but the railroad officials
us well as the local officers are mak making
ing making every effort to locate the thief.
This supply of merchandise, added
to .the supply of contraband whiskies
now being held by the sheriff makes
his office look like a "sure 'no ugh" re retail
tail retail establishment.
URGE NECESSITY OF PAVING THE WAY
THE EIITEIITE POWERS
FRENCH WON A
SUNK GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT
DESTROYER OFF OSTEND
Paris, Aug. 23. An Announcement
here says French torpedo boats sank
8 German torpedo boat destroyer ofT
Ostend, Belgium, this morning. The
French boats are undamaged.
TO ODD FELLOWS
Grand Master Lathrop will Meet
With Tulula Lodge This Evening
A special district meeting of the
Odd -Fellows of the section compris comprising
ing comprising Marion Sumter Levy and Cit Citrus
rus Citrus counties has been called by Dis District
trict District Deputy W. C. Blanchard to con convene
vene convene at the hall of Tulula Lodge No.
22, in this city tonight.
Members of the lodge and any
other subordinate lodge are invited to
be present at the meeting.
Grand Master W. U. Lathrop, of
Bradentown, and Grand Secretary
Blanding, of Gainesville, will be on
hand to address the meeting and make
their official visit to the district.
AT FELLOWSHIP SUNDAY
About twenty members of Fort
King camp Woodmen of the World
went to Fellowship yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon to unveil the monument recent recently
ly recently erected there to the memory of
Sovereign James A. Carter, whose
death occurred about three months
Fort King camp members were
joined at the Fellowship school house
by a number of the members of Fel
lowship camp and all marched to the
cemetery, where the services were to
Sovereign Jake Brown has been
appointed master of ceremonies and
took charge of the ritualistic work
at the grave. In the absence of Con Consul
sul Consul "Commander J. W. Lamar on ac account
count account of sickness in his family, Past
Consul Fred Burden acted consul
The services were impressively
carried out, and there were upward of
three hundred people present.
MR. BOOTHBY IS NOT
EXPECTED TO LIVE
A message was received in Ocala
this morning from Mr. F. H. Fluck of
Quakertown, Pa., announcing that
Mr. Orson Boothby, a former resident
ot Ocala, is not expected to live
through the day.
Mr. Boothby spent his boyhood
nays in Ocala and is a son of the late
Mrs Thomas Owens.
A WELL ATTENDED MEETING
The business men's class of the
Methodist Sunday school was very
well attended yesterday, and besides
a most interesting resume of the
cay's lesson, the class was treated to
an old time song by Miss Sara Gross,
who very ably sang, "Happy Day."
Ail present were appreciably touched
by Miss Gross' splendid rendition of
this popular hymn.
A FINE BUNCH OF CATTLE
We noticed a drove of apparently
about 100 head of beef cattle being
driven to Ocala" a few days since,
evidently to be fattened on some of
our fine pastures.
Germany is In
TO HONORABLE PEACE YITH
GERMAN GOVERNMENT WILL BE
Washington, Aug. 23. Secretary
Lansing has cabled Ambassador Ger
ard to ask the German government if
it has received the official report of
the Arabic sinking. He was not told
to ask for one. It is officially stated
the government is not yet sure of the
facts. This is taken to mean that
Germany will be allowed to offer an
AWAITING FULL INFORMATION
- Secretary Tumulty announced at
the White House this afternoon that
as soon as all the facts regarding the
sinking of the Arabic were ascertain ascertained,
ed, ascertained, our course of action would be de determined.
termined. determined. FIRM FOUNDATION
Mr. Chas. L. Moore was busy last
week laying foundations for the R. L.
Lang soap factory on Lincoln
Heights. The factory will have first first-class
class first-class machinery, and Mr. Moore has
put in one cf his first-class founda foundations
tions foundations fcr It.
OCALA IRON WORKS
RE-MAKING AN ENGINE
Mr. M. W. Smith, superintendent
of the Crystal River Rock Co., has
brought the company's locomotive to
the Ocala Iron Works to make it re rebuilt,
built, rebuilt, with drivers re-turned, new
tubes, cylinders re-bored, new dry
pipes and a complete overhauling.
We have just received our i.ew
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
MARION-DUNN MASONIC liODGF
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and thin?
Thursday evening of each month a
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOODMEN UP THK VOKU
Fon King Camp No. 14 mets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. VlsititK
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CONCORDIA IiODGE y. U. CiT A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yongt's HalJ
cn the second Thursday evening o
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cdrdially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KX1UHTS OF PYTI1IAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention?
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcorne to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C B. Howell, C. C
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B. P. O E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Orde of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Uueslay even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite posteffise, east side.
2. H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.
TO HAVE BEEII
HAS HAPPENED TO
Petrograd, Aug. 23. An official
communication places the German
losses in the Riga gulf naval battle
at one dreadnaught, two cruisers and
eight torpedo boats. The dreadnaught
was sunk by a British submarine.
The loss of the Russian gunboat Su Su-vitch
vitch Su-vitch is admitted, also material dam
age to torpedo boats.
IT WAS BRILLIANT AND UNEX UNEX-PECTED
PECTED UNEX-PECTED London, Aug. 23. The allies' cap
itals are jubilant over the unexpected
Russian naval victory in the Gulf of
BRITISH SUB SUNK THE BIG
Britain's interest is personal, as a
British submarine destroyed the Ger German
man German battle cruiser Moltke. The loss
of the Moltke, two cruisers, eight
torpedo boats and four transports is
the greatest naval disaster of the
PLAYED SMASH WITH GER3IAN
Petrograd and Berlin have been
sending only meager reports of the
naval operations, which are taken to
mean efforts to land forces to support
Gen. von Hinderburg's left and es establish
tablish establish armies along the co;8t on the
route to Petrograd. From details
given, it is assumed, the mosquito
fleet, submarines and land defenses,
are responsible for the victory Pet
rograd recently announced that all
arge warships had been withdrawn.
The moral effect of the victory on
the Russians is expected to be great
and will probably do much to allay
the depression caused by the con continued
tinued continued retreat. It is expected to ef
fect greatly the German plans.
BRITISH SUBS ARE BUSY
There are only artillery duels on
th western front. A. Sofia dispatch
says a British submarine torpedoed
the Turkish collier Eapahan at Haid-
ar Pasha and sunk the steamer Budoa
in the Marmora sea.
ADMIRALTY REPORT ABOUT
The admiralty says the steamer
Dunsley, torpedoed just before the
Arabic sunk was not an armed patrol.
The Arabic was not convoyed and
didn't attempt to attack the subma submarine
rine submarine or escape.
The British schooner Martha Ed
monds has been sunk.
ENGLAND EVENED UP
The British submarine that sent a
torpedo into the Von Moltke did a
whole lot to even up the score be between
tween between the subs of the two nations.
The Moltke was a big, fast battle
cruiser of 23,000 tons and carrying
over 1100 men.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's ball the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL
month at 730 oiclock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmo&s, Sec'y.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clocx. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
FOR A SfKAlNED ANKLE
If you will get a bottle of Cham
berlain's Liniment and observe the di directions
rections directions given therewith faithfully,
ycu will recover in much less time
than is usually required. Obtainable
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
"A customer came into my store the
other day and said to one of mjCclerks,
have you anvthine that will Are di
arrhoea?' 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,
will not charge you a cent lor it So
he took it home and came back iri a
day or two and said he was cured,
writes J. It. Berry & Co., Salt Creek,
Va. Obtainable everywhere.
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
8 2-tf Lattners Fiano Store.
THE GREATEST DISASTER
GERMANY Oil THE SEA
GEM CITY'S CRACK TEAM WILL
BE HERE THREE DAYS
The members of the Ocala ball
team are practicing to meet Palatka's
famous and well drilled nine, which
will be here Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday. Everybody should see
these games. They will probably be
the best of the season.
The Palatka team has a mighty
fine record for this season It has
played 32 games, out of which it has
won 24, or 75 per cent. Ocala has
done almost as well however. The
Ocala team has played 34 games, out
of which it won 23.
BOARD OF TBABE
IMPORTANT MEETING OF "THAT
USEFUL BODY THURSDAY
Thursday evening, Aug. 20, is the
date for the next meeting of the
Board of Trade. If you are a mem
ber, make your plans to be present.
SOME CANE STALKS
Mr. R. W. Blair is exhibiting at the
Board of Trade twenty-five stalks of
ribbon cane raised from Porto Rico
seed on the Taylor farm near the city
limits. They are fourteen feet high
and thick in proportion.
HAVE LEASED A
BIG ORLANDO HOTEL
Mr. C. L. Sewell of Ocala and Mr.
Loring R. Bracken of Lakeland have
leased the Empire hotel at Orlando,
and will take charge Sept. 10. Mr.
Sewell has been with the Harrington
here for some months. He is a clever
and popular young man and his Ocala
friends wish for him success.
Mr. C. E. Abshire of Owensboro,
Ky., was in to see us this morning.
Mr. Abshire is making a visit to his
old home at Belleview.
Somebody fell in love with the por portrait
trait portrait of Charlotte Burton in the lobby
of the Temple theater and stole it
Friday night. Ed Bennett says its a
good ad. for Charlotte, but he doesn't
like to lose the picture.
Mr. George Rent is in Virginia for
a few days on business for his lumber
Mr. A. D. Mitchell of Summerfield
was in town today. Mr. Mitchell
drove a horse in today which is 25
years of age and which he has been
driving to Ocala for the past twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three years, and is as spry as a colt
Editor Collens of the Summerfield
Chronicle is in town today calling on
Messrs. B. R. Blitch and J. W.
Coulter are representing Blitchton in
the city today.
Mr. George Mershon, now with the
gas company at Lakeland, and doing
well in that live town, spent Sunday
with his Ocala friends.
Mr. J. II. Mathews of Candler was
in the city today.
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery under the name "DELICIOUS'
are everything that the name indi indicates.
cates. indicates. Six flavors made fresh every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac Accept
cept Accept no other. tf
We have a few of the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
Many Dead and Nearly a. Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Missing
AGGREGATE DAMAGE POSSIBLY FIVE flllOHS
St. Louis, Aug. 23- St. Louis
county is recovering from the third
flood is as many days. Twelve lives
are known to have been lost. Nearly
a hundred are missing. There is a
million dollars damage. Two thou thousand
sand thousand families are homeless. It is
feared the fall of the Meramac river
will disclose a heavy death list.
Conditions are equally distressing
Jin southeastern Missouri and parts of
western Illinois. The property dam
age will probably aggregate five mil
lions. Thousands of farmers and
villagers are homeless.
Floods are due to the tropical
storm of Friday. The River Des
Fores went a mile out of its banks.
Before it fell, the Meramac went two
to four miles out of its banks, catch
ing thousands in summer cottages
and clubs. Many spent twenty-four
hours in trees.
Every town on the east side of the
river for fifty miles was inundated.
Twenty-five hundred families in Val
ley Park were forced to flee.
FINDING MANY OF THOSE RE
As the flood receded, many report
ed missing were found. It is thought
the early reports of twelve drowned
Mrs. E. A. Hough and Mrs. C J.
Smith are in the city today on a
Dr. J. E. Chace is having an addi
tion made to his home on Fort King
Messrs. Jim Kershaw and Everett
Yon of Gainesville were Sunday
guests of friends in the city.
NOTICE TO FARMERS
Louis R. Chazal & Son Co. an
nounces 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
hxuling. 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 ready 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.
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No.-3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
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.
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 Limited
ited Limited train.
SEE HIE r'ARSI on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh egetx ;le, milk and eggs, tf
ISLAND OF REGENERATION AT
THE TEMPLE THIS
"The Island of Regeneration" in
six parts at the Temple tonight
is to be one of the very finest
film productions ever shown in Ocala.
Peruse the following cast and see if
it can possibly be beat:
Katherine Brenton, an Idealist
John Charnock, Jr. as a Boy Bob Bobby
by Bobby Connelly.
John Charnock, Jr. as a Man An Antonio
tonio Antonio Moreno.
Valentine Langford, in Love with
Katherine S. Rankin Drew.
John Charnock, Sr., Owner of the
Nansemond Leo Delaney.
Virginia Charnock, his Wife Na Naomi
omi Naomi Childers.
Dr. Clayton, the Cha mock's Family
Doctor Jack Brawn.
Phyllis Carney, a Friend of Cath
erine's Lillian Herbert.
The story is by Rev. Cyrus Town Town-send
send Town-send Brady, and it isa "peach.
OCALA TEAM ENTERTAINED
Mrs. E- II. Mote opened her hospit
able home to the Lees burg baseball
team and their Ocala opponents and
guests after the game Thursday of
last week, invitations through the
home team, being issued some days
before. This laudable innovation in
Leesburg was to due to the sincere in
terest felt in the team's work in again
getting Lessburg into ball and the de desire
sire desire to welcome here teams playing
Mrs. Mote's beautiful lawns and
porches were decorated with myri myriads
ads myriads of flowers and no effort was spar
ed for the refreshment and comfort of
Leesburg's honored diamond folk.
About thirty Ocala guests enjoyed the
hospitality of Mrs. Mote, who was as assisted
sisted assisted in receiving and serving by Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Watts.
Among those present were, Mrs.
E. A. Osborne, Miss Rexie Todd, Miss
Mabel Meffert, Miss Margaret Wade,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies, Sam
Mathews, R. T. Adams, Carl Ray,
Dr. Crigler, Howard Clark, John
Batts, Alfred Turner, Ross Turner,
W. K. Zewadski, Clarence Zewadski,
John Needham, C W. Hunter man
ager of the Ocala team, and the
Ocala team, Messrs. J. G. Bart-ley,
E. P. Anderson, Julius Brown, Nor Norton
ton Norton Davis, Olaf Zewadski, Welsh,
Dewey, Frank Harris Jr., George
Batts, Clarence Dinkins, Samuel
Burford, Raymond Bullock, Jack
Galloway, en masse.
The appreciation of the Ocala pa paper
per paper on this courtesy shown their
team is highly valued by Mr. and
Mrs. Mote. The members of the
home team, mentioned in their order
of arrival, Archie Porter, Jack Pera Pera-ble
ble Pera-ble and Edward Thompson were
present. Leesburg CommerciaL
Mr. Bruce Meffert was in town last
Saturday shaking hands with friends.
Mr. Meffert is one of the most promi prominent
nent prominent men in Ocala, being engaged in
the lime, lumber, phosphate, turpen turpentine
tine turpentine and farming interests in Marion
county., Lake Butler item in Brad Bradford
ford Bradford County Telegraph.
Brirg us your tires and tuls 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. TTe
do not patch tubes, we VULCANIZE
them. Davies, the Tire Han. Z12-tl
OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, AUGUST 23. 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUELISIIED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITT1NGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postcfiice as second class matter
SILVER SPRINGS BOULEVARD took maiU-rs in their own hands and j or interfered with. If any man in
SHOULD BE REPAIRED ciifencd justice- according to the i the party had believed he would meet
, orders cf the court. charpe of buckshot on the way, or
It is up to the street department Thousand of Jews and Gentiles
of the city of Ocala to repair the Sil- l'-!iee an inr.ocer.t man ha cone to
ver Springs boulevard and do it at death. Ivan easily see how they
once, or that thoroughfare, which is''---." be'Iee this. Jews have been
the most traveled of any six miles of l-er.-vcuted. murdered and robbed by
road in this part of the state, will be brutal governments for generations,
almost impassable in spots. 1 myself believe d and hundreds of
CrU urnnlri Tnt rpt till bp tnr.k- n tho-.s.nds of ethers l.e!ieved that the
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance
One year, in advance $8.00 rtIir
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance .80
The paroling of that abominable;
scamp, Abe Ruef, from the Califor
nia penitentiary will give the people's j down.
confidence in the courts another jolt
c:.tspaws of those entirely selfish
nations in trying to pull each other
strip of land into her corporate limits,
taking in this road and land for ter terminal
minal terminal purposes at the head of the
This took the road out of
the country's hands and of course the
i'cNarnara brothers who dynamited
Los- Armies Times were victims
; n conspiracy acrinst organized
labor, sirnjuy because organised labor
h..d always 1 ten persecuted. I con
The Clearwater ball team came to
The Williston Courier prints a i Ocala and bested the home team in a
story about the sheriff of Levy coun- j series of games. The Ocala team
ty being seen out in the woods at-(went to Clearwater and lost again.
tempting to lynch a couple of ne negroes.
groes. negroes. The story should be investi investigated.
gated. investigated. If it is true, the sheriff
should be dismissed froiri office. If
it is untrue, he should sue the Cour Courier
ier Courier for criminal libel. Its a plain
case, cne way or the other.
The Leesburg ball team went to
Clearwater and. beat the Clearwater
team, best two in three. The Ocala
team went to Leesburg and took a
l-i o a Vmfl tn turn nut anrl tt n i w
game from the team of that city. The roadway for some distance.
county will not spend any money on tributed of my meager funds to their
it. Portions of the road are good but ?vfer.se. only to find myself victim-
other sections are very bad and rap-; ven as the Jew? have been vic-
idly becoming worse. timized in the Frank case. My mon-
Silver Springs is one of Ocala3 1 Iike the money of the victimized
greatest assets one of its few Jtv- w ert toward corruption of wit wit-places
places wit-places of interest or recreation, and i i e-ts ai.d other illegal avenues for
the way there should be made as easy the .efiatin of justice. Proof and
and attractive as possible. j indisputable evidence there was in
Yesterday afternoon hundreds of P'.ity. even as there was in the
automobiles visited the springs, many : Frark ca?e- Bjt organized labor, ac ac-horse
horse ac-horse drawn vehicles also went out i ct-; -tomed to persecution and faked up
and dozens of people walked the dis-! i'lence, branded ihi ir evidence as a
tance. The dust is terrific and the ; network of lies, even as the Jewish
broken places in the road are many ; rar.izations branded the evidence
and bad. In several places traffic -4-n-"1- 1 rank as r.o.
i;ut organized labor was wrong.
Clearwater team went to Leesburg
and was walloped two games in three
If the city will put on half a dozen
carts and a dozen men, with the road
Italy declared war against Turkey
Saturday, giving as reason the ill
treatment of Italians in Turkey and
attacks by Turks on Italians in Tri Tripoli.
poli. Tripoli. The real reason probably is
that Italy realizes her men and ships
arc needed at the Dardanelles. If the
straits are forced and Constantinople
captured, the allies are sure to win.
If not, they may lose, and if they do
Italy will suffer. Bulgaria, more than
ever, holds the balance of power. If
she attacks Turkey, Constantinople is
certainly to fall, and quickly. If
she remains neutral, the allies can
probably batter their way thru. She
isn't likely to remain neutral, for if
she does, victory to either allies or
Teutons will leave her isolated in the
midst of foes.. If she joins the Turks
in defending the Dardanelles and at
the same time strikes Serbia from the
rear, her sword may turn the scale.
It would be the part of wisdom for
Serbia to grant Bulgaria's demands,
and trust to recouping herself with
Bosnia and part of Dalmatia, if the
allies win. If Bulgaria had Thrace,
and Serbia had Bosnia and a part of
the Dalmatian coast line,' the Balkan
states would have so mueh opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to improve and develop that they
might become decent. If they had
good sense, they would help each
other against Teuton, Turk and Rus Russian,
sian, Russian, instead of making themselves
by the locals. Now, which town has 1 and sprinkHng tank this road
me uesi team; . ,..T. w
time, and while it is being done the
new work should be wet and rolled
and finished right, and it will not re-
Dr. J. Y. Porter says that t!;e bot bottled
tled bottled waters sold so largely are most-
1 V.I-,.., M J A Vi 4- itt n.f npiAn
IV laitGo. clllll ilia i nic ai icsian nati i r
iv quire any extensive repairs for a long
luunu an uvci riuiiua is 111uv.11 jiuici
and more likely to preserve health.
. A. J .A tt partment would give this road
misuse of the word "sanitary." He . .. ... .....
says it is often used as a trademark I . , i .
" I tinn aaoh ti-od L- anrl notih t no hn
on unsanitary goods, and truthfully before becQme the WQrk
says ixiav III cicuiiiiucsa, iicmi an auu i ,
3 , .' A, . need never be burdensome and the
' o I nnhli n;i 1 1 hava wnat it ic onriTlAft tn
strength to resist germs, is the best I
After this is done, if the street de-
street," as it really is, a little atten-
be sent to the penitentiary afterward,
he wouldn't have gone.
Many people and some newspapers j
speak of the men who lynched Frank j
as avtnirers of violated virtue, and
protectors of female honor. How do
they know? Are they sure that in
that crowd of masked men there
were r.une who would seduce and
abandon women? Are they absolutely
certain that among them there were
none who would not commit the
same crime Frank was accused of, if
they had the opportunity? Some of
the biggest scoundrels in Georgia!
may have leen in that crowd. They!
w ere all masked. They dare not let j
their names be known. For all the 1
clamorous approval that has greeted'
their act, Rockefeller's millions!
wouldn't tempt them into givtngj
their names to the press.
Whoever they were, they were a
l unch of midnight assassins, and Leo
Frank, alone, sick and helpless, fac facing
ing facing death and looking into eternity,
even if he was guilty. Was a braver
man than the man who put the rope
around his neck.
Some of the methods used in the
and the evidence produced against defense of Frank were disreputable
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SLATON AND THE FRANK CASE
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In his last issue the editor of the
Williston Courier, in the sort of lan language
guage language that his ignorance permits
Vim tn nso tolls wViAt the editor of
1' il .i i a m r 1
tho Sfr reminds him of. Stafford aireciea ai ine siate ot Georgia uy
does not remind us of anything. We well-meaning, but misguided people
do not waste-on people of his stamp are coming ouaer ana more voci
the time neressarv to make comnari- ferous especially among those news
I t iim l
sons; neither are we given to paying PaPe" generally Known as ine suo-
attenti6n to the objects that he siaizea i ress. ucn peop.e ana sucu
i :.i o- TOuv, wo papers .should not yell so loudly un-
suspect, however, that if any scien- are sure of their facts The
tet tnnk the trouble to analvze Staf- facts brought out in the trial of Leo
fA u mr.Qr him tn o Frank would fill a volume or two,
A A VI f 11V T X Wt A U VVIMI'M -W
tnmhle-hncr. He makes un a ball of ana no man not Paia
untrnthfnl assertions about Marion otherwise, could hardly continue to
and Levy county people and pushes believe in Frank's innocence after
it armiml. With the exrention of his reaamg me iacis. i realize mai i
. f . 1 . r 1
had smell. Stafford is harmless. It am stepping on me toes oi ine tar
i?n't worth while to be mad with him. Kfar in saying this, but the Star
eaitor nas Deen grieviousiy aeceiveu
I will not enter into the details of the
testimony whicvh convicted Leo
1 1 Frank and caused him to be sentenc
ed to be hanged until he was dead
The testimony in full can be secured
for a dime. But here are facts,
damning facts, that should be known
before speaking harshly of Georgia:
Mary Phagan died defending her
virtue in the latter part of April,
1913. Luther Rosser was employed
to defend Leo Frank April 27th, 1913,
before a single hand of suspicion had
pointed toward Frank. April 29th,
Leo Frank was detained to await ac ac-tion
tion ac-tion of the coroner's jury. Almost
immediately afterward, Governor-
elect John M. Slaton entered into
j j partnership with Luther M. Rosser,
in charge of the defense of Leo
I Frank. As governor of Georgia from
f June 1913, to June 1915, John M. Sla
ton was debarred from law practice ?
Why did Luther M. Rosser want John
M. Slaton for a partner when John
M. Slaton was, by the Georgia law,
barred from practicing law until his
term should expire? Rosser has not
answered that question. Slaton an answered
swered answered it clearly and neatly when he
commuted the sentence of Leo Frank.
The Leo Frank defense committee
sprung up in the night to outwit and
browbeat the sovereign state of
Georgia and did its work well ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly well. The trail left by the
detective William J. Burns, bribed
Christian ministers, browbeaten and
bribed witnesses and forged docu documents,
ments, documents, testifies to the efficiency of
The people of Georgia bore them themselves
selves themselves nobly. But little talk of
lynching could be heard. The senti sentiment
ment sentiment was unanimous that Frank
should have a fair trial in the state's
courts and that the people should
abide by the decision of twelve good
men and the sentence of the judge.
And let me say here parenthetically,
than the people not only did abide by
the decision of the trial 'jury, but
carried out the sentence of the court
after corruption had undermined and
made inoperative the executive head
of the stote.
The people of Georgia did not know
that John M. Slaton was a partner of
Luther Rosser, the attorney of Leo
Frank, but Slaton knew. Oh, yes,
Slaton knew very well that he was a
partner of Luther Rosser, and his
last principal act as chief executive
cf Georgia shows that he knew what
was expected of him very well. Prob Probably
ably Probably that he might be sure to remem remember
ber remember his duty as a member of the firm,
Rosser visited him secretly in the
night, a few hours after the prison
commission had decided against
Frank. And one detective Burke
knew, too, that Slaton was more than
nominally Rosser's partner, for Burke
used Slaton's office for his operations
after he (Burke) had been employed
by the Rosser firm!
The act of the citizens who hanged
Leo Frank is, therefore, morally jus justified.
tified. justified. With government corrupted
by outside lucre and inoperative, the
real government, that is, the people,
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the Mc"amaras did not lie.
Is it too much to lelieve Leo
Frank, even though a member of
that race which prides itself justly
that it is the most virtuous of races,
is guilty of the crime which all the
evidence i-hows that he committed?
Let us leave off, then, our tirades
against Georgia. In this case, she
has been more sinned against than
sinning. A Georgian.
One of the things that has been
most forcibly impressed on us in the
cou.se of some thirty-odd years of
study of news-making events is that
the writer or speaker who takesex takesex-treme
treme takesex-treme ground, right or wrong, on any
public question, has no difficulty in
making himselt understood. But the
man or public journal that takes mid
die ground is often accused by people
who are on one side of being on the
other. Yet what place except mid middle
dle middle ground is possible for the con
scientious man who is not sure that
either side is right?
We are somewhat disappointed in
our friend, "Georgian," who is a man
of more than average intelligence
and information, and who, he says,
reads the Star every day.. Where did
he see in it the assertion that Leo
Frank was innocent, or any abuse of
the people of Georgia? Hasn't the
Star maintained the people of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia were as good as any other people,
and hadacted only as the people of
any other state would probably act?
Has it not maintained that a major majority
ity majority of them firmly believed in the
guilt of Frank, and would not have
insisted on his death if they hadn't?
Why are these positive assertions of
the Star on one side overlooked and
its arguments on the other side
pounced on so fiercely?
So far from saying Frank was in
nocent, the Star has frequently said
that the -evidence against him was
very strong. It has only said, and
the great majority of the people in
the country join it in saying, that the
evidence wa3 not quite strong enough
to hang him on.
All the evidence the Star has, and
all the evidence 99 9-10 per cent of
the country have, and all the evidence
95 per cent of the people of Georgia
have, is in the Associated Press re
ports. Of these the Star knows as
much as anybody and more than
most. We doubt that "the evidence
that can be bought anywhere for a
dime" would be admitted in any.
court. We are told of much evidence
given in the Frank trial that was
never printed. No court has a right
to suppress any evidence given at a
t-ial, and the Star has never known
the great newsgathering associations
to fail to obtain and publish all the
evidence at any famous trial in the
And so the Star's position has been
and is, that Frank was probably
guilty and possibly innocent, and as
long as there was a possibility of his
innocence it was wrong to hang him.
That is the general view of the coun country.
try. country. As for the evidence that Slaton was
bribed, there isn't any. Governor
Slaton is a public man; has been in
the public eye'for years, ne has al always
ways always been highly thought of and
popular. He is well to do and had no
need to take a bribe. He knew just
how unpopular the commutation of
Frank's sentence would make him; he
knew it would put his life in danger.
If he was a law partner of Frank'3
attorney, it is impo?sible that it
should not have been known to many
men in Atlanta for the last two
years. If Rosser paid him a visit,
"secretly, in the night, a few hours
after the prison commission had de decided
cided decided against Frank," how did "Geor "Georgian"
gian" "Georgian" find it out? The fact is that the
people didn't think of accusing Sla Slaton
ton Slaton of being bribed until he did some something
thing something a large majority of them didn't
want him to do. The principal evi evidence
dence evidence they have that Slaton was
bribed is that they want to believe he
was bribed. The children of Israel,
when in the wilderness, accused
Mocs of having a graft, and the
same charge has been brought against
rjost every public man since.
But, even though crank was
guilty, ai d Slaton was bribed, the
men who lyn-ched Frank are not ex excused.
cused. excused. They broke the law in the
most fin i ant way, and they did it in
the belief that they were immune
from punishment. The whole history
of the lynching shows that they un understood
derstood understood they would not be resisted
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and some were indefensible. The
Star said so at the time. But the
man had a right to make a defense,
and had a right to the assistance of
his relatives and friends. Iet it not
e forgotten that tho-e who knew
him best believed in him mo?t and de
clared he was incapable oi such a
crimel They may have been mistak mistaken.
en. mistaken. So, also, may have been the
jurors before whom he was tried.
Now, as to criticising Georgia, the
writer was born and raised in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, believes Georgia is a3 good as
any state and its people as good as
any other people. He did his first
newspaper work in Georgia and has
always kept up with Georgia affairs
and Georgia people, and he begs to
remind "Georgian" of the self-evident
fact that Georgia people and Georgia
newspapers are just as much given
to criticising the people and affairs of
other states as the people of other
states are given to criticising them.
So they are inconsistent .as well as
foolish when they ask to be let alone.
Also, to our positive knowledge,
there are many people in Georgia
who are ashamed of the Frank lynch
ing, and the number will increase
Unless some new evidence is dis
covered, this is all the controversy
over the Frank case that is going to
appear in the Star.
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Thought for the Day
Listen well, but not to idle whispers.
Not to slanderous words that bear
Listen well that only truthful utter utterance
ance utterance Thou mayest give to every little
Hear the good alone and then .retain
Pass the evil let the wrong go by,
Cherish only thoughts that make
Keep the truth that nevermore
shall lie. Selected.
Mrs. II. H. Harold assisted by her
daughter, Miss Sidney Harold, enter entertained
tained entertained at a most delightful tea on the
lawn of her pretty suburban home,
"Pinehurst," Saturday afternoon be between
tween between the hours of four and six, in
compliment to Miss Jefferson Bell, aj
special friend and neighbor of the
hostess who leaves in a very few
days to make her home in Miami.
Mrs. Harold with her charming
diughter and the popular honoree
were gowned in dainty summer
frocks and received their guests most
graciously and Informally, and the
hour over the teacups was indeed
thoroughly enjoyable. The guests at
this pretty little party were Misses
Daisy Bell, Lila Brumby, Mrs. G. J.
Blitch, Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs. R. A.
Burford, Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Mrs. W.
H. Clark, Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. T.
H. Johnson, Mrs. Harry Walters,
Mrs. George Pasteur and Mrs. N. G.
The young ladies camping this sea season
son season at Indian Grove Park, near Hen-
dersonville, S. C, have established a
weekly camp paper known as "The
Mountain Sprout Tattler." It is prov proving
ing proving a most interesting and popular
publication and is edited exclusively
by Florida girls, Miss Janet Byrd of
Tallahassee, being editor-in-chief.
The editorial staff composed of Misses
Byrd, editor: Marguerite Frary of
Eustis, sporting editor; Lois Gray of
Jacksonville, society editor; Estelle
Eldridge of Pensacola, nature lore
editor, and Mabel Overstreet of Eus Eustis,
tis, Eustis, joke editor. Nearly all of these
talented girls have friends in this
city who will read with interest of
their good times. Something new is
planned for every day. Monday be being
ing being field day, a sack and potato and
hurdle race were enjoyed, followed by
a mock wedding in the evening.
Tuesday evening the girls will start
on a gypsy tramp and bacon bat, go going
ing going over to Batt Cave, at which place
are a number of Ocala girls, then on
to Chimney Rock and the "Wonderful
Trail," returning to camp at the end
of the week.
Mrs. Hussey left this afternoon for
her home in Jacksonville, after a de delightful
lightful delightful week-end spent with her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. G. S. Scott and family.
Mr. George Ford has returned to
Jacksonville from a short business
trip to Miami. Mrs. Ford joined her
husband there on Saturday after a
visit' in this city to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers and family.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Fort Pierce, in the inter interest
est interest of the state canning club work.
Mr. Elmore Davidson and family
were in the city over Sunday, guests
of friends and relatives, returning to
their home in Leesburg Sunday eve
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp sailed on the
Lenape from Jacksonville Saturday
for New York City, en route to her
summer home in Connecticutt.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clemments and
family of this city are most pleasant
ly domiciled in one of the Stewart
cottages for the summer at Daytona
Mrs. J. S. Sisson and daughter left
recently for Ocala, where they will be
the guests of Mr. J. B. Carlisle and
family for an extended visit. Times
Mrs. S. R. Whaley and children of
Ocala, are spending a few weeks in
the city with Misses Whittie and Hat
tie Lou Dickinson. Madison news
notes in Times-Union.
Miss Edith Moody has returned
from a week-end visit to Miss Lou
Moody at North Lake Weir. She was
accompanied home by Miss Pauline
Coulter of Atlanta, who will be her
guest for the balance of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brownlee and
children of Starke, who were the
over-night guests Saturday of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Igou and family, left
early Sunday morning for their home.
Mr. Brownlee and family have con concluded
cluded concluded an automobile tour, spending
some time with friends in Leesburg,
Eustis and Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Lisk has returned to her,
home in Fort McCoy, after a week's'
visit to Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bailey
Mrs. Whitley and Mrs. Burkhart
entertained the Baptist sewing circle
this afternoon on the church lawn
assisted by Mrs. James Engesser.
This organization is accomplishing
great things, preparatory for a large
sale that the ladies will have just be before
fore before the holidays. The social half-
hour following these meetings are,
thoroughly enjoyable. The hostesses J
served refreshing fruit punch during!
the afternoon, followed by two kinds j
of sandwiches and iced tea. j
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Ogle were vis visited
ited visited by a surprise party Saturday
evening when a number of their
neighbors and friends assembled at a
mysterious hour and announced that
they had come to help them celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary.
Immediately the Ogle home was
thrown wide open for the reception
of the unexpected guests and a mer merry,
ry, merry, jolly, good old-fashioned time was
enjoyed for several hours. Mrs. Webb
of Kendrick acted as spokesman, and
most graciously and charmingly de delivered
livered delivered an appropriate and beautiful
congratulatory speech in behalf of
the guests present, and to their sen sentiment
timent sentiment and good wishes, and in appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the friendship of this
greatly loved couple, she presented
in commemoration of their fiftieth
marrige anniversary an appropriate
gold coin. Upon a table im
mediately in front of the "bride and
groom" was placed the golden wed
ding cake, surmounted with pyramids
of snow icing with the inscription.
"To everybody's friend" traced in
golden letters across the top. The
ceremony of cutting this wonderful
cake was great fun an with it was
served refreshing grapefruit punch.
The wee sma- hours were creeping
along when the happy guests depart departed,
ed, departed, amid a shower of hearty good
wishes for many more wedding anni
versaries for Mr. and Mrs. Ogle. En
joying this affair were Mr. and Mrs.
Ogle, Mrs. Webb, Miss Julia Webb,
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. McConn, Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Small, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hill and
children and Miss Emma Washburn.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tignor are
welcoming another little son into
their home. The little fellow arrived
Friday evening at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and
family with several friends are con contemplating
templating contemplating an automobile trip to
Daytona Beach during the latter part
of this week.
Mrs. W. T. Goodyear of Ocala is
visiting her son, P. B. Goodyear, on
South Missouri avenue. She will re-
mai nabout a week. Lakeland Star.
Mrs. W. C. Cannons left on a river
boat for Jacksonville, August 11th,
sailing on the Lenape next day for
New York City, thence to Cleveland,
Ohio, to visit her daughter, Mrs. G.
H. Foote Jr., who is summering
there. Volusia County Record.
Miss Lucile Freeman entertained
from Friday till Tuesday a house
party of college girls and other
friends at her parents' camp on Lake
Kingsley. The invited guests in included
cluded included the Misses Georgia Robles of
Tampa, Marie Pitchford of Miami,
Wenona Wetherbee of Ocala and Miss
Jeannette Matthews of Starke, Pierce
Harvey of Williston, Edwin Alford of
Tallahassee and Edwin Freeman.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Reynolds and
family have returned from a pleasant
visit of several days to friends and
relatives in Ocala. Brooksville Argus.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
STUDIO WILL REOPEN
Miss Ethel Hay craft, graduate of
Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
Otto Pfefferkorn, will reopen her
studio, September 1st. Phone 131. 18t
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Both of Them Could Ride and Wr
Willing to Prove It. j
When Bag lieutenant to Admiral Sir
Henry Kepiel, commander iu chief at
Plymouth. Lord Charles Ueresford used
to hunt a good deal with the Dartmoor '.
bounds. One day when there was n
ruu. and every one was bored, one of
the ladles preeut bested jouug Beres Beres-ford
ford Beres-ford to provide some kind of sport.
Lord Charles tells the story In his
You must do something to amuse
us, the lady sald-
"Very well. I will." said I.
Amoii; the officers there were an el elderly
derly elderly admiral and an elderly general,
and I ioInted them out to the lady.
"I will get up a race between them."
She said I could not. I began with
the soldier. Ambling alongside the
' CYe. I
"WHAT ABOUT THE ADXnBAX.7"
general, I asked him if he had ridden
much in hU life.
"Of course I have!" he answered ir irritably.
ritably. irritably. "What do you mean, sir?"
"Nothing at all." said I. "I thought
I would ask. The admiral"
"What about the admiral? cried the
geueral. btarlng suspiciously at that un unconscious
conscious unconscious officer.
"He said he didn't think you knew
much about a horse."
The general lost his temier He said
he would show the admiral what be
knew about a horse.
"You can easily prove It." said ijand
before the generafl quite understood
what was happening, he had agreed to
ride a race. Then I went over to the
"Do you knov what the general says?
lie says you look like a monkey on a
horse," says I.
"Cursed Impertinence!" said the ad admiral.
miral. admiral. "I'll race him and beat him
nuy day in the week."
"If you really want a race 111 ar arrange
range arrange the whole thing," said I. And I
brought the two wmthful old gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen together, rode with them to the
starting point, gave the word, and off
they went as hard as they could pelt.
The general was drawing ahead when
his horse balked nt a soft place. The
admiral's horse did the same and threw
his rider forward on his neck.
"Get back Into the saddle and he'll
go through !" I shouted, for I knew the
horse. The admiral hove himself into
his seat and won the race.
Even In ordinary llf the unselfish
people are the happiest those who
work to make others happy and who
forget themselves. The dissatisfied
people are those who are seeking hap happiness
piness happiness for themselves. Besant-
Getting It Right.
A certain society lady has been noted
since girlhood for her ready wit. The
other day a young man of humorous
bent exclaimed in her presence:
"What could be more dreadful for a
woman than, after mendlirg her hus husband's
band's husband's coat, to find lu one of the .pock .pockets
ets .pockets a love letter from another woman T
"Fortunately." said the lady, "that
could never happen. The woman would
find the letter first, aud then she would
not mend the coat."
Would Work Both Ways.
It would be difficult to find a region
where the ups and downs of fortune
have been so sudden and extreme as
In California. In Its early days, before
its production of grain was equal to
the demand, wages of farm hands were
high, but as production Increased the
prices lowered faster than the rate of
wages. A farmer employed an indus industrious
trious industrious Irishman for five years, at the
rate of f 50 a month "and found
board, lodging, washing and mending.
At the end of the term he said to his
"I can't afford to ay jou the wapes
I have been pa.ihi-l Yu hae saved
money and I have ih thin it. At
this rate you will :;n wn my farm."
"Then I'll hire ym to u.ck for me.
said the other, "and -u an get your
farm b.iok iigain." Argonaut.
Changed His Ce'.cf.
After a visit n well l.nown ento-moUI-t.
vhi-e hi fill lak-nwicojies
hate j rvel t!i it ti ere i-; i.Iwnyj n me
living tiling t' f m.'l -r.- in on the
last cf the riim.ie-t t r-.: l nr.- l;t Men.
a New York wr"lT turned l- biui aud
said: "I -nn; lu-r- In-iieving la.Telf to
lx an indirtd'i il. I leave kn-viii my myself
self myself t' It a in imnlt v.
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
THIRTY-FIVE BCICK FOR SALE
For sale, cheap for cash, a model
S5 Buick, in perfect condition. Apply
to Davies, Mie Tire Man. 8-12-tf
f -t w x
As a matter cf fact it Is
her rignt and her doty to
enjoy perfect health and
strength to be jiut as
strong and healthy as man
perhaps more so in view of
Ce fact tli..t It Is 2:cv.-!.o Lria,-3 xnio the world the offspring
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Irrr l.-it-, .v.!: cf r.-rAilioi, cr Lave lost all hope of being
well azain it's mor thn an even chance that voa will
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f tboo-f ir. ii of women in rv-y Trx of tU rkbe tntad
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Take care of your teeth you use them often.
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''You will find just what you want in our splen splendid
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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, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
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FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915
If you want your Suit
im Good SHnajpe
We niake no charge for alterations. Clothes will be
S sent for and delivered the same day.
x ft a nTf no nri ninur1 ni?ii a hta ni?BTT
i MISS BERTHA SMITH, Manager
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
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 fNmt 160
deed records and 15 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these Is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN f
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
florid title and abstract corporation
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician, and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-he
he Max-he cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. J. K. Dickson, one of our clever
traveling men, has returned from a
visit to his family at Anderson, S.' C.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Soid by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nigni
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
As Mr. Tom Pasteur of the Ocala
National Bank was coming to town
in an auto from the lake this morn morning,
ing, morning, he met a bee going in the oppo opposite
site opposite direction. The bee was in a hurry,
but it left its sting in Tom's face
near his eye. It is generally under understood
stood understood that when a bee loses its sting
it dies. Tom says he hopes this one
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 Tire
A full line of locse leal ledgers,
note bocks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
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
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Andrew Young, who killed another
negro at Pedro last week, was cap captured
tured captured in Leesburg last night and for forwarded
warded forwarded to Sheriff Galloway in Ocala.
R. L. Marsh, second lieutenant in
Ocala's company of the national
guard, returned Wednesday from the
annual encampment at Black Point,
near Jacksonville, reporting the Sec Second
ond Second Florida regiment men in good
form. Mr. Marsh has a military com commission
mission commission as well, it being his purpose
to assemble and drill men here with
an ultimate view to a company for
the national guard. While not meet meeting
ing meeting with that response he had a right
to expect from Leesburg's former
prestige along these lines, it is still
hoped this matter can be carried
through. Yeesburg Commercial.
Care Square Deal Garage
B YONGE'S BLOCK, OCALA
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New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
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Max. Min R. F.
90 74 .56
90 75 .39
88 70 .05
85 72 .07
89 70 .03
88 70 .18
89 71 .05
89 71 .05
92 73 1.63
90 74 .02
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Local f orecast
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
Mr. Dean Ponder will leave Sunday
for a visit with his brother, Mr. L.
W. Ponder, of Ocala. He will spend a
few days at Silver Springs before his
return, enjoying the fishing and bath
ing. His mother and smaller broth
ers will return with him. Orlando
We must have cash to run our tus
iness. Bring us your vulcanizing and
we will exchange the best. vulcanizing
you ever had for your cash. Davies,
the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
THIRTY-FIVE BUICK FOR SALE
For sale, cheap for cash, a mode
35 Buick, in perfect condition. Apply
to Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
ADVERTISE IN THE STAK
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED To purchase a small or
medium size business in Ocala; must
be one that will bear investigation
Any correspondence will be kept
strictly confidential. Address "Busi
ness," care Star. 20-tf
WANTED A small farm near Ocala;
price must be reasonable. Write me
jwhat you have to offer, direction and
distance from Ocala, improvements
price, terms, etc. Will deal only with
1 owner. Address, "Quick Sale," in
care of Ocala Star. 20-6t
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house
keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
WAKTiiU from l to iuu neaa or.
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
FOR RENT A splendid home prop
erty, comparatively new, at corner of J
South Ninth street and Orange ave avenue;
nue; avenue; two blocks from high school
building; furnished or unfurnished;
will give two years lease if desired.
Rent reasonable. Address Robert
H. Sanders, Ocala, Fla. 14-tf.
URNISHED 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 pubnc
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 Apply
ply Apply 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
GALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp enter-'
tained a number of their young
friends at a week-end house party at
their summer home on Lake Weir in
compliment to two of Ocala's most
charming visitors, Misses Ludie Smith
of Louisville, Ky., and Miss Carol 1
Perrenot of Fernandina. Enjoying-
the hospitality of the gracious ho.-t
and hostess were Misses Mary Bur- J
brd, Smith, Perrenot, Caroline liar-'
riss, Agnes Burford, Mrs. C. II. Lloyd,
Messrs. Robert Leslie and Pat An-'
derson, Wriley Burford and Mr. John t
Long of Tampa. Saturday evening
Mrs. Camp invited Misses Elizabeth
Davis, Rexie Todd, Mabel Meffert,
Onie Chazal and Blair Woodrow with
the young gentlemen who were
spending the week-end at the lake
for a jolly splash party, after which
a most bounteous supper was served.
Word comes to Miami of the good
fortune of Miss Lucille Atkisson,
who, with her mother, Mrs. R. V. At
kisson, is spending the summer in
various California resorts. Madame
Schumann-IIeink has a home in San
Diego and during this summer has
sung severaj times in free concerts
for the visitors who have thronged
to the expositions in San Francisco
and San Diego. In July, Miss At Atkisson
kisson Atkisson was fortunate and talented
enough to secure a place in Schu-
mann-Heink's chorus, winning the
place over ten applicants. Miami
Miss Atkisson, with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Atkisson, were
residents of this city for several
years and their many friends will
be greatly pleased to read of Miss
Atkisson's good fortune.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Lamar will regret to learn that
Mrs. Lamar is very ill at her home
on North Daugherty street. She went
to Jacksonville last Monday and was
taken ill there. Mr. Lamar was tel
egraphed for and left on the Seaboard
limited Saturday for that city, but
on account of a wreck was delayed
several hours, and when he arrived,
Mrs. Lamar had started for home,
their trains passing each other just
this side of Jacksonville.
Miss Alice Lovell of Nashville,
Tenn., who so efficiently held a posi
tion in the county clerk's office some
years ago, arrived last week for a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West.
Mrs. West and pretty baby, Miss
Lovell and Miss Irma Brigance were
all guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Brigance at their home near Fleming Fleming-ton
ton Fleming-ton Sunday.
There will be a silver medal L. T.
L. contest tonight at the North Ocala
church to which the public is most
cordially invited, also to attend a gold
medal contest and social at the Mar Mar-tel
tel Mar-tel church tomorrow, evening at 8
o'clock. These contests are most in interesting
teresting interesting and it is hoped for a splen splendid
did splendid attendance at both these meet meetings.
ings. meetings. Mrs. Mae Bingham and Misses Win Winnie
nie Winnie Hunt and Edlocke Eycleshimer
will leave tomorrow for their visit to
the San Francisco exposition and the
mountains of New Mexico.
Miss Beatrice Williams, who has
been confined to her home for weeks,
following an operation for appendi appendicitis,
citis, appendicitis, is able to be out again, which
greatly pleases her friends.
A card received from Miss Flora
Maddox of Eminence, Ky., announces
she is having a very pleasant visit to
the. San Francisco exposition. Miss
Maddox spent some time in Ocala
and will always be kindly remember remembered
ed remembered here.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Watt and fam family
ily family and their guests, Dr. and Mrs. W.
G. McKay, of Jacksonville, have re returned
turned returned from Woodmar, where they
have been for the past ten days.
Mrs. Eulefeld and son Mr. George
"Sulefeld were in the city today frorr
Eurefeld and daughter. Miss Hilda
Mucland, combining business with
Mrs. Walter Marsh left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Lenore, N. C, for a visit of
several weeks with her sister, Mrs. D.
W. Beach and family. En route home
Mrs. Marsh will spend a short time
with another sister, Mrs. Mattie
Brown in Murphy, S. C.
Sunday's Jacksonville Metropolis
contains a most attractive full figure
picture of Miss Nadine Haddock, a re recent
cent recent visitor to Ocala. This picture
was made especially for Mr. Virgil
Boozer and will be used for art cal calendars.
endars. calendars. Miss Ludie Smith is the guest for
a few days of Miss Blair Woodrow at
Mr. and Mrs. William Jeffcoat
have returned to their farm at Ixv Ixv-ell,
ell, Ixv-ell, after a short visit in this city to
Mrs. JefTcoat's parents, Judge and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Leaven good
returned last night from Tampa,
where Mrs. Leavengood has been for
the past ten days at the bedside
of her sister, Mrs. Kurtz Wallace.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 3 IK) i
?cungest Leading Lady in World
Tells of Her Experiences in
Support of Selig Kovie Stars
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'You See? He Doe
By GRACE DARMOND.
My home Is in Chicago. One day
about two years ago I walked into
the Chicago stu studios
dios studios of the Se Selig.
lig. Selig. Polyscop
studios are not so
very far away
from my parents'
that was the rea reason
son reason I walked Into
them. The su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of
the studios need needed
ed needed 'extra people.
Ihad visited the
studios In curios curiosity;
ity; curiosity; I remained
to take part In a
Belly f e a t u r
film. That was
the beginning of my motion picture
career. One must protograph well in
order to attain any degree of success
in motion picture work. I was told
that I photographed welL My profile
is clear and my features are adapt?
able to the animated screen. I was
asked to take ether minor parts. I
liked the work there i3 a fascina fascination
tion fascination about it and I accepted.
That was about two years ago. To Today
day Today I have the honor of being as assigned
signed assigned to many important roles In
Selig Red Soal plays. I have assumed
leading feminine parts In "A Texas
Steer," "The Millionaire Baby,", "The
House of a Thousand Candles," "A
Black Sheep," and other productions
which have won further fame for the
I have been asked the reason for my
rapid success in a difficult profession.
The only answer that I can give is
'hard work. There were other inci incidents
dents incidents that also contributed to my suc success.
cess. success. One of tho most important Is
that Col. William N. Selig, president
of the company which bears his
name, gives everyone a fair op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity. He appreciates close at attention
tention attention to work and loyalty on
the part of his employees. I was for fortunate
tunate fortunate enough to please him and the
directors and was assigned to more
important role3 as time passed, and I
gave my entire time and thought to
Fcrhap3 there Is another qualifica qualification
tion qualification connected with my promotion
that should bo mentioned here. I had
had stage experience. I appeared In
the spoken drama when five year3 of
age, taking the title role of Editha's
Burglar.' Later I appeared In stock
companies. This experience In tho
art of acting was certainly of untold
benefit to me.
I have been told that I am the
youngest leading woman In motion
pictures. Maybe I am, but I have
earned the parts I play. Working in
motion pictures 53 not pastime it is
hard work. In motion pictures, as
elsewhere, work counts.
Long hours fall to those who en engage
gage engage in motion picture acting. They
report at a studio at a certain hour
in the morning. They do not leave
until a certain hour. Their day's work
is just like a day's work in any other
occupation In life. In warm weather
the sun beats through the glass enclos enclosure
ure enclosure of the studio and the thermome thermometer
ter thermometer Homttime3 registers ISO degrees.
Perhaps in this warm atmosphere one
must be coiiii'"I!ed to appear as a
character heavily bundled in clothing,
and you can Scagine one's discomfi discomfiture.
ture. discomfiture. There are many recompenses, also,
and i think, ru the whole, that the
work is ev r so much more enjoyable
th!n thn Rp-akinr stage. Girl3 who
wisu to c :.--r n.otioa pictures, hew hew-ever.
ever. hew-ever. s;.o-;M i a;;-e and think over, the
fact t h "s t tt.f are m?irklng on a
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career a branch of art which re requires
quires requires talent, intelligence and hard
work. There are many girls who feel
that If they could only appear before a
camera they would be an Instanta Instantaneous
neous Instantaneous success, yet who would go to a
business college for many months In or order,
der, order, to become a stenographer. It
stands to reason if one considers that
preparation for such a position is nec necessary
essary necessary that ever so much more time
must be devoted to learning an art
which entertains millions of people
dally. From my own experience I do
not feel Justified in advising any girl
to try to become a screen actress.
There are times, of course, when I
enjoy tho excitement of being a
player. An example of thla was dar daring
ing daring the filming of the big Selig Red
Seal play "The House of a Thousand
Candles," at the Chicago studio of the
Selig Polyscope Company. Doubt Doubtless
less Doubtless most of my readers heard of
the big car strike in Chicago, but few
of them knew what havoc it played
with, the motion picture producers.
We had many players who were work working
ing working in the "Loop," Chicago theatrical
center, and as the studio is quite a
way from this place, and there was
no auto service, Mr. William N. Se Selig
lig Selig ordered a huge truck In which all
tho players were taken to the thea theaters
ters theaters In which they were working.
There wYre other excursions, too,
during the time I was appearing In
"The House of a Thousand Candles."
One of these was made to find a
house which would correspond to the
director's Ideal "house" in which
the "thousand- candles' were supposed
to be. All the players who had friends
with homes which might serve the
purpose told the director about them,
and one day-we all got into a big tour touring
ing touring car and started our search. We
covered almost all of the city of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, and when we were all beginning
to despair of ever finding an ideal
"House of a Thousand Candles, the
director suddenly called tho chauffeur
to 6top. We were in a part of Wheaton,
a suburb of Chicago, and none of us
could see any "house, that might prove
available. The director, however,
made us all get out of the machine and
tramp up a hilL As we rounded a
curve in the road we saw beyond a
clump of trees, which had been ob obstructing
structing obstructing our view, the exact "House
of a Thousand Candles' we bad all
been hoping for.
When we returned to the "studio to
take the Interior scenes, we found
that we needed many more times as
many candlesticks for the "big set
as our property room had. We start started
ed started a search for candlesticks and can candelabra,
delabra, candelabra, and gathered them from
every conceivable source our own
homes, homes of our friends, email
shops near the studio and largo stores
in the business district of Chicago.
After getting them Ml together we
sorted them out and the director ar arranged
ranged arranged them about the "set." The
effect Is beautiful in my estimation,
and I am sure that those who see
"The House of a Thousand Candles'
will agree with me.
Mr. Harry Mestayer and Mr. John
Charles, who have the two leading
male roles, and Mr. Backus, who plays
the "character" lead, were all cast in
parts which fitted then perfectly and
enjoyed the work fully as much as I
did. The other players were also
at their best, so we went through the
entire production like a well-oiled ma machine.
chine. machine. Mr. Heffron, our director,
kept us all working together, and
while no exciting accident happened
to distinguish it from other pictures
in which 1 have worked, 1 shall re remember
member remember "The House of a Thousand
Candles" for a long, long time, be because
cause because of the pleasure l experienced In
working in it.
"About three months r.jro when I
was suffering from indigestion which
caused headache and dizzy spell3 and
made me feel tired and despondent, I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets,"
writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
'This medicine proved to be the very
thing I needed, as one day's treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me greatly. I used two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and
they rid me cf this trouble." Obtain Obtainable
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( August 23 and 24 )
81x90 inch Elmdale Sheets, full bleached, no if
?eams at only 4yw
81x90 inch Pepperell Sheets, full bleached, CfW
the best at only vw
42x36 inch Franconia Pillow Cases, full bleach- Ap
ed, a good grade at only Illy
42x36 inch Pepperell Pillow Cases, the best i i-standard
standard i-standard at only 14w
Closely Woven with Hemmed Ends
18x34 in. Bleached
18x38 in. Bleached
Every Item Mentioned in this Advertise-,
ment Sells for 25 t 35 per cent more at :
Get Your Supply on these Days I
Tickets at this low fate will
and 7th. Final return limit to
FAST, ALL STEEL, SOLID THROUGH TRAIN leaves Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 'daily at 8:30 p. rru, traveling via Atlanta, Chattanooga, 1
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, and NASHVILLE via aa altitaSa
avoiding heat of low levels.
For farther information, descriptive literature, etc., write
J. A. Yon DoMen
FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT N.C6CLL ET.
121 WEST BAY ST. JACXSONYILLC, FZJL
ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Mont Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
Music, Expression, Fine' Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment- New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde-
nominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.
SANITARY SEWERAGE SYSTEM,
Sealed proposals will be received
by the city council of Ocala, Florida,
at the office of the city clerk, for the
construction of a sanitary sewerage
syftem, until September 1 4th, 1915, at
which time they will be opened and
read publicly. The work includes the
furnishing of all labor, material and
machinery, and equipment ot every
kind necessary to construct the above
work according to plans and specifica specifications.
tions. specifications. The epproximate quantities
are as follows:
5788 6 sewer pipe.
101315 8" sewer pipe.
8145 10" sewer pipe.
2215 12 sewer pipe.
34 SO 15" sewer pipe.
260 18w sewer pipe.
51 Automatic Flush Tanks.
37 Hand Flush Tanks.
Necessary Y Branches.
1 Sewerage Disposal System.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check on any state or na na-t:onal
t:onal na-t:onal bank of Florida, or on a na
II 22x44 in. Bleached iOn :
Towels at 101
22x46 in. Bleached
Towels at .
be on sale SEPTEMBER 5th, 6th,
reach starting point September
tional bank of any other state for 5
per cent of the amount bid, drawn to
the order of the president of the coun council,
cil, council, J. M. Meffert.
The bonds have been sold, and pay payments
ments payments for work will be made in cash.
It la the desire of the city council
to let the contract as a whole to one
contractor, but they reserve the right
to segregate and let in sections if it
be to the best interests of the city.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the ofSce of the city clerk or
the engineers. Bidding blanks may
be obtained from the engineers or
city clerk. Copies of plans and speci specifications
fications specifications may be obtained from the
engineers at $5 per set to cover their
The right is reserved to reject any
and all Mds. J. M. Meffert,
President City Council,
rf. C Sistrunk, City Clerk.
The J. B. McCrary Company, En Engineers,
gineers, Engineers, 1408-17 Third National Bank
Building, Atlanta, Ga. -9-5t-mon
CHAPTER NO. IS, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of tbe Ooala
Chapter No. IS, R. A. II.. oa the
fourth Friday In every month at
8 p. m. . IL S. Wesson, It. P.
Jake Brown, Secy.