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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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VOL.21. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1915 NO. 207
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Submarines Will Hereafter Give Passenger
Ships a Fair Show

BERNSTQRFF INFORMS WASHINGTON THAT THE REQUIRED
GOVERNMENT AT BERLIN

Washington, Sept. 1. Count von
Bernstoff, the German ambassador, on
instructions from Berlin, verbally in informed
formed informed Secretary Lansing today that
Germany had accepted the principle
that passenger liners' should be warn warned
ed warned before an attack by submarines.
Bernstoff later will communicate the
information in writing.
Secretary Lansing said he would
withold all comment util a written
memorandum had been received.
The accepting of the principle that
passenger ships are not to be attack attacked
ed attacked without warning is considered by
this government as an acceptance of
the president's last note on the Lusi Lusi-tania,
tania, Lusi-tania, and establishes clearly that
Germany yields to the United States'
demand in regard to safety of neu neu-tralsron
tralsron neu-tralsron the high seas.
PUT IT DOWN IN BLACK AND
WHITE
Count Bernstorff later sent Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Lansing a letter confirming his
verbal assurances.
LETTER FROM A PROMINENT
CITrZEN OF PINELLAS COUNTY
Largo, Fla., Aug. 23, 1915.
Hon. J. S. Blitch, Montbrook, Fla.
Dear Mr.1 Blitch: I desire to ac ac-knowledge
knowledge ac-knowledge f receipt of your letter, in
which youinquire as to conditions in
Pinellas cdurfty, especially in regard
to the 'effect-' upon same by the crea creation
tion creation of the" new county.
In reply I wish to say that I have
lived in this territory all of my life,
forty-four, years, and was well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with conditions before the,
having represented Hillsboro county
twice in the legislature before the
division and was elected twice to rep represent
resent represent Pinellas county since the divi division,
sion, division, and am now a member of the
Board of County Commissioners, be being
ing being chairman of the board.
Our division bill was passed to be
voted upon by a three-fifths majority,
as I understood yours to be, and ours
was ratified by seventy-five per cent,
majority, and I am confidently of tbe
opinion that if the matter,, should be
submitted "back to the people on a pro proposition
position proposition to go back to the mother mother-county,
county, mother-county, that it would be defeated by
a majority of not less than ninety ninety-five
five ninety-five per cent, in fact I do not believe
there are ten tax payers in the coun county,
ty, county, who would be willing, if it were
possible to do so, to go back to Hills Hillsboro.
boro. Hillsboro. I have been informed that
there is some argument made in your
territory that there is a great of dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction in Pinellas county, and I
wish to very flatly deny that this is
true. As a matter of fact, our millage
has not been increased in Pinellas
county. In proof of this statement,
I desire to call your attention to the
fact that the county millage in Hills Hillsboro
boro Hillsboro for 1914 was twenty-two as
against' eighteen in Pinellas. I wish
to state in this connection that the
valuation in this county has not been
increased, except in some cases where
property was not on the tax books at
all, or at a very ridiculously low valu valuation.
ation. valuation. There were several very large
properties in Pinellas which were dis discovered
covered discovered to have been entirely exempt
from taxation. One of the strongest
fighters we had against division in
this territory was one of the parties
whose property was not on the tax
books. I wish also to say at the pres present
ent present time the valuation in this county
is on a basis of fifteen to twenty per
cent of the actual valuation. I make
this statement advisedly, being a
member of the board of commission commissioners,
ers, commissioners, and it thereby being my duty to
sit on the equalizing board. While
our total valuation has increased from
about $3,000,000 to $9,000,000, it is
almost entirely the result of develop development,
ment, development, which is a direct result of the
creation of the new county.
I might further call your atten attention
tion attention to the public schools in this coun-

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(Associated Press)
MAKING SOME
OF THE III
JUDGE PATTERSON AT MARIET MARIETTA
TA MARIETTA MADE A STRONG CHARGE
TO THE JURY
f Associated Pre-s)
Marietta, Ga., Sept. 1. Superior
Court .Judge Patterson charged the
grand jury of the Blue Ridge circuit
today to investigate the "recent
lynching "in this county." His charge
was extemporaneous. He didn't men mention
tion mention tuy name of Frank. The jury
will Jjegin work on the case late to to-daT
daT to-daT Thirty-five witnesses have been
called, according to the sheriff's of office.
fice. office. The judge told the jury he did
not want them to be private detec detectives
tives detectives or secretr service men, but to
ferret out any crime brought to their
attention.
BRYAN WOULD BE AN
HONORED GUEST IN BERLIN
Berlin, Sept. 1. The imperial Ger German
man German government considers the sink sinking
ing sinking of the Arabic a closed incident,
according to the semi-official state statements
ments statements in the newspapers. The blame
is to be placed on the submarine com commander
mander commander when he returns, if he ever
does. There is considerable bitterness
in military circles over the alleged
weakness of the German chancellor,
and a corresponding feeling against
the United States. The newspapers
promise that William Jennings Bryarf
will be given a cordial welcome if he
will visit Berlin.
ty. I believe we have one of the
best organized school systems of any
county in the state. We have at the
present time four fully accredited
senior high schools in the county,
while at the time of division we had
none. In my home town, Largo, when
Pinellas county was created four
years ago, we had a little three-room
frame school house employing three
teachers. Last year we built a very
handsome school building with four fourteen
teen fourteen rooms, large auditorium, with
halls," etc., at a cost of about $25,000,
and will this year employ eleven or
twelve teachers. I might add further
in this connection that under Hills Hillsboro
boro Hillsboro administration of affairs we on only
ly only had a five months school term and
now we have eight months regular
and are paying our teachers on an
average of about 25 per cent more
salary than .they received while we
were a part of Hillsboro, and practi practically
cally practically every community in this county
has made the same progress in their
schools as the one above referred to.
I might add further that our road
system has been wonderfully improv improved
ed improved since the division. We have built
many new roadsand some expensive
bridges, and we are as well equipped
in this respect as any county in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. In conclusion I wish to say that
from the experience we have had in
Pinellas county that it has fully con convinced
vinced convinced me that smaller counties are
best, as it brings the government
closer to the people and stimulates
pride in home affairs and tends to a
more rapid development generally,
and I believe our experience is the
experience of all other new counties.
Hoping that you will win out in
fine shape in your election on the 14th
of September and feeling that if you
do that those who are opposing the
creation of the new county will soon
be fully convinced of the wisdom you
have taken in the matter.
Yours truly,
adv John S. Taylor.

E WILL BE MADE BJ THE

FOR ALL
THE FANS
ALL TURN OUT TO SEE THE
HOMEMADE GAME TOMOR TOMORROW
ROW TOMORROW AFTERNOON
All Ocala baseball patriots will go
to Hunter Park to see the game to to-morro
morro to-morro wafternoon. In the first place,
its going to be a great game. In
some ways, it will be the most inter interesting
esting interesting game played here this summer.
The contending teams will be made
up entirely of home talent, and there
will be doubly- individual interest, a
twin interest, so to speak, on each
play.
In the Second place, the baseball
association needs the money. It has
done more work this season than any
other season, and its receipts have
been small. It owes some on the
new grandstand, and in other ways
is in the hole. Let all the faithful
fans turn out and help it out.
Following is the line-ups (subject
to change) of the two teams:
First Bullock c, Roy Galloway p,
Chazal lb, Batts 2b, Dinkins ss,
Leavengood 3b, Anderson If, Sam
Burford cf, Blalock rf.
Second Bartley c, Harris p, Ben Bennett
nett Bennett lb, Davis 2b, Blitch ss, Dewey
3b, Jack Galloway If, Clark cf, W.
Burford rf.
All the champions will be out, with
one or two of the old-timers and
some of the comers. It will be a good
game. -Be sure to see it.
BERLIN HAS NO
NEWS OF THE BOAT
Fears that the Sub which Sunk the
Arabic has Foundered
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Sept. 1. The German ad admiralty
miralty admiralty suggests that the submarine
which torpedoed the Arabic possibly
has foundered or been sunk by the
British. High officials declared they
have received no news of the sinking
of the Arabic and most of the boats
which were on the wrest coast of Eng England
land England at that time have returned. None
had any news of the Arabic disaster.
The officials declared it" would be
lamentable if the submarine has been
lost and nothing ever learned of what
happened.
SIXTEEN MEN SLAUGHTERED
By Explosion in a Coal
Boswell
Mine at
Johnstown, Pa., Sept. 1. Sixteen
miners, mostly foreigners were kill killed
ed killed yesterday by a gas explosion in the
Orenda Mine at' Boswell. There were
three hundred in the workings at the
time of the explosion and several were
injured. The others escaped.
WAR EXPECTED TO
LAST ALL WINTER
Paris, Sept. 1. That France ex expects
pects expects the war to last all winter is
quite evident from the statements
made by Minister of War Millerand
on his return from the front, where
he went on a tour of inspection. Great
preparations have been made by the
French for a winter campaign.
ITALIANS AnF PROGRESSING
ON THE ISONZO
Rome, Sept. 1. Announcement is
made in Rome that the Austrian
army is in full retreat in the vicinity
of Valsurgans and the upper Isonzo.
The Italian forces continue to make
remarkable progress.

BANDITS

ARE EXPECTED

ACROSS THE BORDER

(Associated Press)

Sierra Blanca, Texas, Sept. 1- The
men of the Big Bend country, in the
v'cinity of the boundary line in El
Paso and Culberson counties are un under
der under arms today fearing reprisals by
General Pascual Orozco's organiza organization
tion organization known as the "Colorados," as the
result of the killing of the noted Mex Mexican
ican Mexican leader by United States troops
and rangers Monday. An appeal has
been made for military protection. It
is believed that the followers of
Eduarde Salinas and Bosque Bonito
were connected with General Orozco's
plans and might attempt to avenge
his death.
FUNERAL OF MR. PYLES
Arrangements have been completed
for the funeral of Mr. Jesse Pyles,
who died in Saluda, N. C, yesterday.
Services will be held at the residence
of Capt. S. R. Pyles near Shady at 3
o'clock tomorrow (Thursday) after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Dr. J. M. Gross of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, officiating.
The pall bearers will be Messrs.
Peyton Liddell, Herbert Counts, Sim
Lummus, James Pyles, George Blitch
and J. H. Benjamin. They are re requested
quested requested to meet at the Mclver &
MacKay undertaking parlors at 2
o'clock sharp.
PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY
Indicated by the Constant .Improve
ments Made in Ocala
Progress and prosperity marks ev every
ery every feature of the recent business
changes in and about Ocala. Many
concerns are making preparations for
a big fall business by increasing their
facilities for handling it. The Smith
Grocery Company has just installed
a large double-header coffee grinding
machine, probably the most up-to-date
that has made its appearance in
the city. It is equipped to grind this
favorite beverage into all degrees of
fineness from cracking the kernal in into
to into halves to a powdered consistency.
It is operated by a half horse power
electric motor and is the pride of the
establishment.
ANOTHER OIL COMPANY
COMING TO OCALA
District Superintendent.il. O. Mc Mc-Arthur
Arthur Mc-Arthur of the A. C. L., was in the
city today, looking after affairs for
his road. He informed the Star that
the Texas Oil Co., a big corporation,
and a rival of the Standard, is anxious
to establish a depot in Ocala and will
do so if it can find a suitable location.
This would be a very good thing for
this city and the Star hopes the
Texas company will find what it is
looking for. The matter will be de decided
cided decided in a day or so.
HAS A NEW HOME
'
Cigar Company Located Next to the
Fire Station
The Ocala Cuban Cigar Company
has moved its factory to its new loca location
tion location on Osceola street, next door north
of the Star office. Mr. J. T. Clayton,
the proprietor, several weeks ago
bought out the Counts Pressing Club,
and consolidated it with his own, ani
has put partitions in the building so
as to accommodate his cigar factory.
His El Bonita cigar is gaining in
popularity every day with the local
trade and he is contemplating adding
several workmen in the near future
to supply the demand.
BRITISH SUB BLEW
UP A FAMOUS BRIDGE
Athens, Sept. 1. A British sub submarine
marine submarine has succeeded in partially de destroying
stroying destroying the great Galata bridge con connecting
necting connecting Stamboul and Galata in the
heart of Constantinople. The Otto Ottoman
man Ottoman capital is said to be in a panic
over the remarkable feat. It is ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged to be a wonderful act of
daring for the reason that the sub submarine
marine submarine was compelled to traverse the
sea of Marmora and penetrate the
innermost section of the Golden Horn.
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

TO
RAID Rl FORCE
(
TOWARD PENCE
FALLING OFF IN ENGLISH MON
EY CAUSES THE FINANCIAL
WORLD MUCH FEAR
(Aaaocl&ted Press
New York, Sept. 1. English money
took another drop today, pounds
selling down by a five and quarter
cent drop. This has caused the grav gravest
est gravest anxiety' as to the effect on Amer American
ican American exports.
WILL SUPPORT VILS01I
CHAIRMAN TILLMAN FAVORS
REASONABLE INCREASE IN
THE NAVY
(Associated. Press)
Washington, Sept. 1. Chairman
Tillman, of the senate naval commit,
tee, discussed national defense today
with the president. Later he said he
favored a reasonable increase in the
navy and would suppoit the presi president's
dent's president's recommendations.
LABOR DAY
Monday, September Cth, 1915,
(Labor Day) being a legal holiday in
the state of Florida, the banks of this
city will be closed for business on that
day.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank.
BIG GRIST MILL FOR BERLIN
Sure to. Be a Great Convenience for
Farmers of that Section
Mr. J. L. Smith is in the city today
arranging for the moving to Berlin
of a splendid new grist mill outfit. It
is of the very latest make and power
is to be furnished with a 15-hp gaso gasoline
line gasoline engine. He hopes to have it in
operation at His place near Berlin by
Saturday, the 11th. This will be quite
a convenience to the people of the
Berlin section, who have had to have
their grinding done at distant points.
MENDENHALL IS A SICK MAN
Timely Attack of Pneumonia May
Delay His Trial
Tampa, Sept. 1. A special to the
Times from Clearwater says: J. J.
Mendenhall, in jail here charged with
the murder of Mrs. C. W. Eliot and
Miss Susie Eliot of Tampa, is a very
sick man. So sick is Mendenhall that
it is possible his illness will cause a
postponement of the investigation of
his case by the grand jury which will
be convened next month by Circuit
Judge Robles.
Mendenhall is threatened with
pneumonia. His illness began with a
congestive chill several days ago. He
has had considerable fever, but that
has been subdued and today he is
somewhat improved. He has lost
about' twenty pounds weight, and his
physicians, Drs. Bowen and Dicker Dicker-son,
son, Dicker-son, say he is a very sick man.
In -order that he might have better
ventilated quarters. Sheriff White White-hurst
hurst White-hurst has had the prisoner removed
to the second story of the jail, where
he has been given a room by himself.
A guard is maintained day and night.
Mendenhall's illness possibly had
its origin with the electric fan which
he had installed in his cell some time
ago. The prison has been extremely
hot during the past ten days and the
current of air created by the fan in
the humid atmosphere caused him to
take cold, his physicians believe.
A full line ot loose leai ledgers,
note bocks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Ceng's. tf
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

POUNDS

PEPMAM

Russians However May Lose
the Port of Riga

FIGHTING STUBBORNLY AND 17I1IIIG REARGUARD AGTI0II3
Oil GALICIAII FROIIT-

(Associated Press)

London, Sept. 1. Germany's plan
for driving three wedges into the
Russian defensive lines is being car carried
ried carried forward, but not with the same
speed as marked the sweep over
Poland. Riga is almost isolated and
unless Russia can soon throw heavy
forces against Gen. von Hindenberg's
exposed flank, this fort must fall into
the hands of the invaders. Although
this attack seems to have been check checked
ed checked for the moment, the Russians have
been unable to develop a counter of offensive
fensive offensive in that region, comparable
with their activities in East Galicia,
where on the river Stripa they have
inflicted serious losses on their op opponents.
ponents. opponents. BOTIIMER BEATEN BACK
General Bothmer, whose forces
broke through the Russian lines on
either side of the Brezazby, in Galicia
has been checked at some points on
the Stripa river. Along the rest of
the front the Germans claim to be
making headway. Some, however,
who got through the forest east of
Bialystok have suffered reverses at
the hands "of "the Russian rearguard.
The most interest is at the two wings.
EXPENDING LARGE AMOUNTS
OF AMMUNITION
For a period of five or six days on
the western front, a rain of shells
from French guns has been poured
on the German trenches. The object
of this unusual attack is not disclos disclosed,
ed, disclosed, but it is not believed so much am ammunition
munition ammunition would be wasted merely to
damage the German works.
PUZZLING BALKAN PROBLEM
The Balkan problem is again to the
fore. Emphasis is placed on reports
that Roumania and Bulgaria are
seeking to arrive at an understand understanding
ing understanding with the entente powers, with
hopes of succeeding.
ANOTHER BUNCH OF MINERS
WALKED OUT
Although an agreement was reach reached
ed reached yesterday between Welsh miners
and mine owners, the men have no
thus far accepted. It is reported to today
day today from South Wales that 25,000
more miners are on a strike.
DARING AVIATOR DEAD
It is reported from Paris that
Adolphe Pegoud, a famous French
aviator, has been killed. Pegoud was
the originator of upside down flying
and looping the loop in an aeroplane.
GOING TO TRY FOR GRODNO
German troops fighting for Grodno
are now in front of the outer line of
fdrts that guard that stronghold, ac;
cording to a German statement.
German troops stormed the heights
on the banks of the Stripa, north of
Zborow, overcoming a temporary de delay,
lay, delay, after repulsing the enemy's re resistance.
sistance. resistance. STRIKE AGAIN SETTLED
Later information says that the
miners in South Wales have accept accepted
ed accepted the settlement of the coal strike
as was arranged yesterday.
BERLIN WANTS A
MILLION BALES
Cash on Delivery at 15 Cents for
American Cotton f
(Asoc!tcd Press)
Berlin, Sept. 1. An offer to pur purchase
chase purchase one million bales of cotton at
fifteen cents, delivered in a German
harbor, has been transmitted to the
United States by German business
men.
xtlKD POTATOES
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

Li
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SHOULD BE TAKE!!
WITH SALT
BERLIN'S CLAIMS ARE ALMOST
TO GREAT TO BE BELIEVED
(Associated Prs)
Berlin, Sept. 1. An official review
of the eastern campaign given out by
the Overseas agency estimates that
since May 2nd the Russians hare lost
300,000 men killed and wounded and
1,100,000 captured by the Germans.
THE JEWISH NEW YEAR
The Jewish New Year will begin a
'week from today, Wednesday evening
September 8th, with solemn service
in the temples and synagogues. The
Thursday morning service comprise
a more elaborate form of worship
and combines some vestiges of anti antique
que antique ritual with expressions of human
experiences and feelings true and real
for everybody and 'at all times.
The Jewish New Year's festival is
the oldest of all festivals celebrated
in the civilized world. But it is
unique for its significance as well as
for its antiquity. The secular New
Year (on January 1st) is a day of
gratifications; men rejoice in what
they have achieved; it is a day for
sordid inventories. The Jewish New
Year's day, however, is a time for se
rious thought on the meaning of life;
it evokes pious contemplation of the
difficult and inevasible problem as to
right and wrong and its appeal is
not that we should get more mt of
practical life but value more genuine genuinely,
ly, genuinely, more truthfully, more morally the
life God has entrusted t& us.
Much of the success and failure of
our work depend, not upon our equip equipment,
ment, equipment, but upon our motives. The Jew Jewish
ish Jewish New Year's Day, accordingly, la
placed by a wise tradition at the be beginning
ginning beginning of Autumn, when men enter
upon their enterprises and obligations
with zest and zeal. Just then they
need a right interpretation of life
and a true measure of its values.
The antique features of the ritual
of that day express the aspirations
all men feel equally. The trumpet
calls, constituting the central part in
the worship of that day are appeals
for the moral stir which men should
feel when they contemplate their ex experiences
periences experiences and seek for re-enforcement
of their hopes. The calls are
also an appeal to the large sense of
life. Our week-day wishes and
prayers are self-centered and do not
give"u3 a perspective of our relations
and obligations to the community
and fellowman, and of their influence
upon us. But the New Year's day of offers
fers offers us an occasion to re-afSrm our
respect for and trust in providence
which is the organization of all lives
into an all-encompassing justice. The
Jew comprehends this as a comfort
in the case of misfortunes and as mo monition
nition monition in the successes he may have.
The function of the New Year's day Sa
to establish a moral judgement in our
life and experiences.
ALLIED POSITION
DESTROYED BY OTTOMANS
Constantinople, Sept. 1. It is ofl ofl-cially
cially ofl-cially stated there that the Turkish
artillery has succeeded in destroying
the position of the allies at Sedd-ul-Bahr.
RUSSIAN SUCCESS IN
THE CAUCASUS REPORTED
Petrograd, Sept. 1. An cfUdal
statement says that 5,000 Turkish
soldiers, a large amount of guns and
a great quantity of munitions cf war
have been captured during recent
fighting in the Caucasus. m



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B, R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
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One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
BLOXHAM MEN DENY
STORY ABOUT BOOZE
Three prominent citizens of Blox Bloxham,
ham, Bloxham, Messrs. L. C. Hester and Shelton
Phillips of Williston and W. O. Brew Brewer
er Brewer of Romeo, were in Ocala Tuesday.
They were very. sore on the Star, be because
cause because of its printing the story last
week that Bloxham leaders were try-
iu ueiuue me uejru voters m
their precincts by promising them
that if Bloxham was created it should
be a wet county.
It happened that this worthy trio
met a citizen who knew them, and
also knew the Star much better than
they did. He advised them to go and
see the Star, and they took his ad advice.
vice. advice. They called on the Star and the
Star was glad to see them, and they
had a short but pleasant session and
a heart to heart talk.
The three gentlemen assured the
Star that neither they individually
nor the campaign committee of Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham had ever made any such promise
to the negroes, and the Star willing willingly
ly willingly accepts their statement. From
what the Star knows of Messrs. Hes Hester,
ter, Hester, Phillips, Brewer and other lead leading
ing leading citizens of "Bloxham," it doesn't
believe they would stoop to such dis disreputable
reputable disreputable tactics.
At the same time, it must be- re remembered
membered remembered that some hundreds of
"Bloxham" citizens are working for
the creation of the new county. Some
of them are not as scrupulous as the
gentlemen who visited the Star Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, and some of them have undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly spread this wet story among the
negroes. Some of the negroes have
given information of this inducement
held out to them to a number of rep reputable
utable reputable white citizens of Northwest
Marion, and they passed the infor information
mation information on to the Star. Of course the
men, who have used these disreputa disreputable
ble disreputable tactics will receive the merited
contempt of the better men on both
sides.
Politics is a game, and a rough
game, but the Star tries to play ac according
cording according to the rules. It never makes
any statements unless they have a
fair amount of probability behind
them. If it does a political opponent
an injustice, it is always ready to
correct and apologize if necessary.
".Bloxham can't say the same
thing. It has made a number of mis
statements about Marion, has not
corrected any of them, and we doubt
that it will.
To begin with its principal argu
ment against Marion has been that
county money was used for work on
Ocala' streets. This statement was
not only untruthful but absurd. Its
falsity is proven by the records. But
"Bloxham" orators repeat it at every
opportunity.
Then there is that story about
bonding the county for a canal from
Silver Springs to Ocala. It was
created by a "liioxham" man tor a
purpose, and has been worked for
that purpose ever since.
We asked Messrs. Hester, Phillip3
and .Brewer about the canal story.
They said they obtained it from a re
port in the Ocala papers of a Board
of Trade meeting. We gently called
their attention to the fact-, that a
"Bloxham" man had given the story
to the Gainesville Sun and had it
telegraphed to other papers in the
state ten days before the said Board
of Trade meeting had been held. We
also assured them that as a member
of the Board of Trade and of the
canal commission the Star knew to a
certainty that such a thing as bond
ing the county to cut the canal had
never been considered or even
thought of.
We wonder if Messrs. Hester, Phil Phillips
lips Phillips and Brewer are going to be as
fair to the Star as the Star has been
to them, and announce that the
stories of work on Ocala streets be being
ing being paid for with county money, and
of Marion county being bonded for
the Silver Springs canal, were made
by irresponsible parties and there is
no truth in them. If any Marion
county man hears Messrs. Hester,
Phillips or Brewer handing out such
a line of talk, will he please notify
the Star right away.
A Star reporter spoke to Capt.
John M. Graham about forming a

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rifle club for Ocala. Mr. Graham said
the great trouble would be about find finding
ing finding a target range. It seems to the
Star like some of the people with
large properties near Ocala might
have the patriotism to offer the
ground necessary for a range.
TEN-EAR EXHIBITS
WOULD BE BETTER
William Gist of Mcintosh, one of
Marion's leading farmers, and a
director of the Marion Fair Associa
tion, who was in Ocala Tuesday,
made a timely little spiel to the Star
about the exhibits necessary to ob
tain prizes in the corn-selecting con
test.
The association -offers prizes to
farmers and farmers' boys who make
exhibits of not less than two dozen
ears of corn. Mr. Gist says, and the
Star agrees with him, that ten ears
of corn is not only enough, but best
for such an exhibit. His opinion on
this subject is in line with the prac practice
tice practice of the agricultural department.
The Star recommends the directors
to change the exhibits from twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four ears to ten. Its true that an
nouncement of the larger number has
been made in the catalogue. But the
Ocala papers will give notice of the
change, and there is hardly a farmer
in the county who doesn't read one of
them.
STRIKING AT THE FEE SYSTEM
The Star has received the following
leter from Mr. F. A. Wood of St. Pe
tersburg, who will be a candidate for
governor in the primary next year:
Editor Star: As a business man,
resident and tax-payer of the state of
Florida for the past fifteen years I
have become very much interested in
the abolition of our present fee sys system
tem system as compensation for our county
officials.
I am sure that the people of Flor Florida
ida Florida as a whole agree with me that
our county officers should be placed
upon a salary basis. The question is
how to best accomplish this.
Having been a member of the last
legislature where the passage of laws
is more or less a matter of compro compromise
mise compromise among the members and 'where
so many interests are presented and
lobbied for or against, I have come to
the firm conclusion that it would be
almost impossible to get a piece of
legislation as far reaching as this
would be, enacted at any general ses session
sion session of the legislature.
If something be not done between
now and the general election of No November,
vember, November, 1916, these county officials
will be elected again for four years,
thus delaying the enactment of any
law that will give us relief.
Therefore I have thought best to
undertake the task of traveling over
the state and laying this matter be before
fore before the people of every community,
asking them to sign petitions such as
the enclosed, requesting the governor
to call an extra session for the pur purpose
pose purpose of passing such legislation as
will put these officials upon a salary
basis.
Assuming that you as a citizen are
interested in helping to put our state
on a business basis I would appre appreciate
ciate appreciate an expression of your opinion
as to the plan outlined.
Awaiting with interest your reply,
I am Very respectfully,
F. A. Wood.
The letter is accompanied by a pe petition,
tition, petition, asking the governor to call an
extra session of the legislature not
later than the last week of April,
1916, for the purpose of enacting such
laws as are necessary to place all
county officials on a salary basis.
Its the Star's opinion that the fee
system should be abolished and judg judging
ing judging by what it sees in the press the
leading newspapers and most promi prominent
nent prominent men all over the state are of the
same opinion. The full iniquities of
the fee system were found out and
abolished in England many years ago.
America inherited it from England,
and it had more excuse in thinly set settled
tled settled counties and states, where it was
practically impossible to pay officers
salaries. Most of our larger and
more progressive states have partly
or entirely abolished the system, and
it is time Florida was following their
example.

WELCOME VISITORS

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. IIu!on and ;
their two interesting children, Mis
Mary and Master Jame?, of Miami, Miami,-who
who Miami,-who are spr:Iini the week in Ocala,
are most welcome visitors to our;
city. Mr. Hudson is state .senator
from Dade county and a candidate
for governor. He is not talking pol-'
itics, however, but he and his family
are making a social visit, meeting old :
friends and making new ones. Such j
visitors are always doubly welcome in
our city.
COMING NEAR nOME
Mrs. L. P. Butler, of 82C Central!
avenue, has received woid from her
sister in England stating that their
brother, Stephen Robson, was killed
in action on French territory and
their nephew, David Reese, was re recently
cently recently wounded at hill CO in France
and returned to England, where he
has recovered sufficiently to start
work in an ammunition factory. Mord
and William Reese, nephews of Mrs.
Butler, are engaged in Red Cross
work in the trenches and while not
actually on the firing line have writ written
ten written back to their English relatives
that the dangers to which they are
exposed are almost as great as thoso
encountered by the men doing the
fighting.
Mrs. Butler's youngest brother,
Albert Robson, is a marine on one of
the vessels of the English fleet trying
to force the Dardanelles and at last
accounts 'was uninjured. The letter to
Mrs. Butler from her sister states:
"Lots of things have happened since
you were here, but I think the most
terrible thing, that has come to the
world is this awful war. The last 13
months have been a terrible time for
father and mother. We get a letter
from one of the lads most every day,
and Mord, if he lives, will go over to
see you. He is still full of life and
fun in spite of his experience at the
front."
A native of Middlesborough, York Yorkshire,
shire, Yorkshire, England, Mrs. Butler knows
many families who are represented
in the British regiments fighting
against the Germans. She has' nam named
ed named her apartmenjt house on Central
avenue the Middlesborough, and has
made St. Petersburg her home for
some years. Stephen Robson, who
was killed while with his English reg regiment
iment regiment in France, was her eldest
brother. St. Petersburg Times.
Mrs. Butler is the wife of Mr. L. P.
Butler, the express messenger, who
has been passing thru Ocala on the
A. C. L. two days in three for the
past dozen years or more. He is a
brother of Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs.
Mamie Fox of this city.
If "Shorty Davidson" of High
Springs fame, has been pardoned by
Governor Trammell, an offence has
been committed against the peace and
dignity of the state of Florida. Any
Floridian who signed a petition in
favor of Davidson's release should
be ashamed of the act Tampa Times.
You are right, Frank. We happen
to know something about this case.
Sanford Herald.
If Davidson has been turned out,
why has his principal Kelly been kept
in? Or has Kelly been turned out un
known to the people.
SEABOARD EXCURSIONS
Qn next Saturday the Seaboard
Air Line will run an excursion to
Fernandina, Pablo Beach and Atlantic
Beach, and the exceptionally attrac attractive
tive attractive rates from Ocala to all three
points will no doubt be taken advan advantage
tage advantage of by many of our people to
visit the seashore for a few days. The
rate from Ocala is only' $1.50 for the
round trip, and tickets are good for
return on all regular trains the fol following
lowing following Tuesday.
On Monday they will sell round
trip tickets with a three-day return
limit for Jacksonville, at $1.50. The
special features of this trip will be
the big labor day doings at Pablo
Beach, and Mr. John Boisseau, the
local ticket agent, is anticipating a
big crowd from Ocala.
NOTICE
There will be a special meeting of
the stockholders of the Ocala Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Company at the Board of
Trade rooms Wednesday night at
7:30. All requested to be present.
30-at C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
SEABOARD SCHEDULE
South Bound
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa C: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
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m. y
No. 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, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
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
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Masons meet Thursday evening.

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. AlcCARDELL
Copyrlzbt. 1915. by Roy L. McCardell
(Continued from Tast VTeetc;
SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP
TERS.
A feU'I has -xist J l-twe?n Colon! Ar
thur Star.Ky anl l.i cousin. JuJse Lamar
Stanley, over an : tirom. the diamond
from the sky. funl hi a fallen meteor by
an ancestor. A!, tl:e succtwion to the
Stanley earlJom in Knslanl may come to
an Arm-riean. When a daucMer is torn
to the colonel nnl the mother dies, the
colonel buys a Kyiy boy and substitutes
j him. Thre years later the R'iy mother,
I having had no j.urt in-this bargain, fttealz
the girl, hehi'4 r-ared in scret. and leaves
her eon undetected as the heir. The KTp KTp-fy
fy KTp-fy has obtain! josses ion of the diamond
from the eky. and a document with the
Stanley secret. When Ksther is grown a
beautiful young Kir!, Ilaarar. now gypsy
queen, returns to Virginia with her. Dr.
Iee, the late Colonel Stanley's friend,
adopts Esther, but demands that llagar
turn over to him the diamond from the
feky. Arthur Stanley, Fun of llasrnr. falls
in love with Ksther and so does his com companion
panion companion and cousin, Blair Stanley, rightful
male heir of Stanley. Ln stealing the dia diamond
mond diamond Blair causes the death of the doc doctor.
tor. doctor. Outside is Arthur serenading Esther.
Blair, eseaing, infers that he has left
Esther's room. Arthur forces him to
fight a duel fn which" Blair is only
stunned. He tries, with the aid of his
mother, to place the blame for the murder
of Dr. Lee upon Arthur, who now has the
diamond. The sheriff attempts to take
Arthur, but he eludes his pursuers and
joins Hagar, who reveals his identity and
upbraids him for his wild life. Needing
money, he pawns the diamond In Rich Richmond.
mond. Richmond. Blair is in Richmond, and he, too,
ja forced to visit the pawnshop. The two
agree to stand by each other. At a baTLM
at which a supposed New York belle Is
the guest of honor, they are stunned to
find the diamond on the visitor. She Is
an adventuress who has borrowed It.
While Hagar is telling the "belle's" for fortune
tune fortune Luke Lovell, IIagars gypsy guard,
eteals the diamond and to avoid detection
drops it into a mail box. A sheriff tries
to arrest Arthur on the murder charge.
He escapes from Richmond on a freight
train. The diamond passes into a mail
bag, which is lost from a wagon and Is
picked up by Quabba. an organ grinder.
Quabba's monkey steals the diamond and
leave it in a nest In a tree. Arthur is
robbed by hoboeH. who leave him In tat tatters.
ters. tatters. He seks work at a farm. Hagar
take-s Esther to live at Stanley hall. An
old time tournament is held. Arthur at attends
tends attends in disguise, proves himself the best
knight, defeating Blair, but is betrayed
by the latter to the sheriff. Quabba, In
jest, handcuffs the sheriff and Blair. By
daring horsemanship Arthur escapes. Lat Later
er Later he leaves the farm. Tom Blake, a de detective
tective detective hired by Hagar, produces finger fingerprints
prints fingerprints proving Blair guilty of the death
of Dr. Lee-. Blair and his mother quarrel
about Vivian. Hagar proposes silence to
Mrs. Stanley as the price of Hagar's and
Esther's beiigj received in Fairfax society.
Blair strikes down Hagar and steals the
fingerprints and money from his mother.
The diamond is found by a negro boy.
CHAPTER XV.
A Mind In the Pat
A DULL, aching reset
ed in the boson
mother as with u
sentment burn-
som or liiair a
voice bourse
to her own ears she called to
summon Blair to make his part of the
bargain with the implacable visitor,
who waited for them In the somber
living room upstairs, with the photo
graphs of the guilty thumb prints of
lilalr.
No answer was returned to her call
and Mrs. Stanley remembered again
the bitter quarrel she had had with
Blair over Vivian Marstou.
With a bitter sigh the realization
came to her aain that all the stern,
persisting ambitions that had embit
tered her life the desire for the earl earldom
dom earldom and the great diamond for her
most unworthy son were not worth the
heartache and tragedy that had dark
ened her life.
It was with a fierce resolve. In a
sudden revulsion of desperation and
despair, that Mrs. Stanley returned to
the living rooui to tell her strange vis
Itor, Hagar, to do her worst, let the
Consequences be what they might.
For herself the austere Mrs. Stanley
resolved to strive no more for the sake
of her dissolute and desperate son.
"I will make no bargain with this
woman even to save Blair from the
gallows was her grim thought. "Nei
ther she nor the strange girl who was
Dr. I.ees ward and whom she now
mothers at Stanley hall shall have so
cial countename from me."
But as she ascended the stairs to
make known her resolve she heard the
slam of a door and the sound of hur hurrying
rying hurrying feet from the living room to the
chambers at the back of the house.
She opened the door from the stair
landing to the living room. The cen
ter table was overturned, and there
were other signs of a struggle, but the
room was empty.
Then a muffled groan, a low moan of
pain, fell u'ion the ears of Blair's moth-
Ir. Tbe sonnd came from near the
lloor, behind the fireplace.
Mrs. Stanley pressed the spring, and
the wall with the fireplace turned out.
and thcr in the semidarkness of the
'Tory's billing place' lay the uncou
scious figure of Hagar. It was man
acled with the sheriff's handcuffs that
Vivian Marston had brought to the
house after the tournament in mockery
of Blair.
The form of Hagar lay half reclining
against the rifle 1 family strong lox.
Mrs. Stanley picked up the key of the
handcuffs, lying near, and unfastened
the manacles on the wrists of the
fazed and unresisting Hagar.
Then the judge's widow realized that
here was the culmination of the wick
ed deeds of the sou she had inculcated
with a lawless desire for things that
were not his.
She raised Hagar, dragged her out
into the room and closed the hiding
! place.
She was not surprised to note
that the photographs of tbe thumb
prints were gone. She revived Hagar
and regarded her stricken visitor, pre
pared for a harsh defiance with no
thought of compromise.
But the whole expression of Hagar
bad softened to a uathellc cowed wint

ru;ii. Hit i;nv i-:n 1 yfui:-r, her
eyes ni"M ami j!;nliii.
5li turi.exl I i Mr. t.iij!oy with out out-stretf!icl
stretf!icl out-stretf!icl ari.i- :in-l nr.iri.intcl. "(live
tm my hihlT Arl tln Itl.tir's uiolh uiolh-T
T uiolh-T saw tl-.it the? !-v. l.t-r s: h-:ilt
the Mr:t !.- vi-it-.r had l-;zittl Ii-r of
all realization f tin i-re-n-M.
The suit-ken brain f linear Hard Harding
ing Harding w:i-s i oumz snt uf ; rett tit haji haji-pc
pc haji-pc nit.tr. Her niiii.l was in the past.
Dut the ju!-e"s wj.hnv was not aware
that the liTl"itl intellect of the wo woman
man woman lf re her dwelt only on thejrreat
tragedy of Ha-ar Ilanlin'H -life, the
sale of her son to le foisted as the
male heir t the earldom and the Uia
mond from the sky, nearly twenty
years ntro.
Mrs. Stanley had no suspicion of the
import of Il.ijrar's words, but she real realized
ized realized the razed woman was no menace
to cither herself r her son. and she
led her downstairs and to the door,
where she set her on her way to Stan Stanley
ley Stanley hall.

At Stanley hall in the gathering twi twi-itrht
itrht twi-itrht list her waited for 1 1 .mar. It was
a sad hunieeomtntr. The dull eye of
Hapar ;:leam-d with ret t.nition of the
ortals of Stanley hall, lint the face
of list her, the trentle. loving Ksther,
was the face of a stranger to her.
.Manned and weeping. Ksther led the
moanintr woman she deemed to le her
mother np the broad steps and into
the wide hallway of Stanley hall.
Here a lit fee. wild hane en me over
Ilasar. She sprang to the door of the
library ami threw It ieii.
'See. he is in here!" he cried. "They
have him in there, the child they stole
and sold from me. See the diamond
that Mazes on his little breast! Take
off the diamond! There is a curse on
It for all our race! Take off the fine
raiment! CJIve him back his rags! He
Is my son!"
As It had leen with Ulair Stanley's
austere mother, the wistful Ksther
sensed no import mice in the wild
pleadings of Ilatrar.
Now. too, even the crazed mind of
Hagar seemed to realize the library
was empty ami unoeeupied, for she
gave a wild cry and fell sobbing on
the breast of Ksther.
Summoning the servants, Ksther had
linear carried to her chamber. The
er Continued on Third Page)
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Tickets sold for all regular trains, limited to leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville at 9:30 P. M Thursday, September 9th.

M. R. WILLIAMS, C.T.A.
Ocala, Florida

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Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
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music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
hew rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
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boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.

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Standard For Fifty Years
Modern science has proven that boils and carbuncles, pimples and un unsightly
sightly unsightly skin blotches, are the danger signals of diseased blood. Scaly skin
and itching of Eczema, Scrofula, rashes all skin diseases are aggravated by
bad blood it's the infected blood that's dangerous. Don't wait for the
boils. If you have pimples and blotches, take instant action. Pimples tell
you that your blood is filled with impurities. You must wash out your blood,
strengthen and stimulate it to healthy action with Nature's own blood tonic,
S. S. S. It Is the standard blood purifier of the world. Don't use any
drugs, don't use ointments and salves. S. S. S. reaches the blood, drives
out the Impurities. It makes healthy perspiration the poison is literally
sweated out through the skin. Boils, blotches, Eczema and the Scrofula in indications
dications indications disappear. It does what salves and lotions can never do it goes
to the very root of the trouble by reaching the blood. Your skin beeomes
clear and you soon feel the vigor of the return of perfect health. S. S. S. Is
purely vegetable. You can get it at any druggist's, but you must take
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"What the Mirror Tells." If yours is a long standing case, write for expert
advice to S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga.

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Phone Orders
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We take orders by telephone.
This is done to save you time
and trouble.
Now, you naturally wouldn't
order by phone if you didn't
get good cuts and fair weight.
When we invite you to order
by wire, we therefore intend to
give you first class, prompt
ervice.
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AST LISSE
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Tampa, Florida.

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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Thought for the Day
We have careful thought of the stran-
And smiles for the sometimes
guest,
But oft for our own the bitter tone
Tho we love our own the best.
Ah, lips with the curve impatient,
And brow with the shade of scorn,
Twere a cruel fate, were the night
too late
To undo the work of morn.
M. Sangster.
Miss Mary Burford entertained a
dozen friends last evening at a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful dinner party in compliment to
her charming guest, Miss Carol Per Per-renot.
renot. Per-renot. The large dining room of the
Burford home was most attractive in
its decorations of pink Killarney
roses, three bowls of these exquisite
flowers being placed along the table.
Cluster candlesticks were decorated
in fluffy bows of pink tulle, the same
being artistically used on the cock cocktail
tail cocktail glasses. The place cards were
done in hand painted rose buds, tied
with pink and with the cut glass and
silver appointments the table was
very beautiful. The electrolier was
shaded in soft pink, which cast a
delicate glow over the entire room,
making it a perfect picture. At 7:30
a delicious six course dinner was
daintily served, after which the
guests repaired to the spacious par parlors
lors parlors and music was enjoyed through
the balance of the evening, the ar artists
tists artists being Miss Perrenot and Miss
Cecile Downs, both rendering their
sweetest selections in both voice and
piano. Enjoying this pretty dinner
party with the hostess and honoree
were Miss Martha Kate Rentz, Lydia
McDoughal, Beulah Hall, Rosebud
Robinson, Cecile Downs, Messrs.
Frank Harris Jr., Jim Rentz, Wiley
Burford, Whit Palmer, Clarence Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert and Robert Anderson. It is a
matter of sincere regret that Miss
Perrenot is -leaving today and this
beautiful party was indeed a fitting
farewell compliment.
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Mrs-. Rex Todd is expected home
this evening from a delightful and
beneficial outing spent at Franklin,
N. C.
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Yocum left
yesterday afternoon for their home in
Tallahassee after a few 'weeks' visit
to their daughter, Mrs. W. T. Gary
and family.
Mr. R. C. Camp returned home yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a few weeks
visit to his family at the Manor in
Asheville, where they are spending
the summer.
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Mr. Harry D. Palmer passed thru
the city yesterday en route to New
York from Tampa, where he will
spend his vacation.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal and
family have returned to .their home in
the city from the lake, where they
spent the summer.
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Mrs. J. W. Aiken and sons are at
home again from a several weeks'
outing at Lake Weir.
Invitations have been received in
this city to the marriage" of Miss
Lucile Glass to Mr. Ernest Terrell
Barco of Gainesville, the wedding
ceremony to take place Sept. 14th at
Holy Trinity church in that city. Miss
Glass is the lovely daughter of the
late Arthur L. Glass, and is well
known in this city. Mr. Barco is a
son of B. B. Barco of Clearwater,
formerly of Ocala and a brother of
Mrs. Walter Hood and Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski, both of this city. Mr.
Barco has just returned from the
Philippines and since his arrival has
been practicing law in Gainesville,
where he graduated from the Uni University
versity University of Florida some time ago. Mr.
and Mrs. Barco will make their home
in Gainesville, where he will con continue
tinue continue to follow his chosen profession.
Mrs. Newcomb Barco, who has been
so ill at the hospital, has sufficiently
recovered and is now at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood, where she
will remain, for some time before re returning
turning returning to her home at Cotton Plant.
Mr. Frederick Hocker returned
home this afternoon from a month's
rest and recreation spent in Eliza Eliza-bethtown,
bethtown, Eliza-bethtown, Ky., visiting his wife and
little son who are guests of Mrs.
Hocker's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Mont Montgomery.
gomery. Montgomery. Mrs. Hocker and son will
remain a month or more before com coming
ing coming home.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gerig and little
daughter Margaret, expect to leave
next Tuesday for the Pacific coast for
a visit of several weeks. During their
absence they will spend some time as
the guests of Mrs. Gerig's sister
and brother-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Ed Edwin
win Edwin Wolfe, who are stationed near
San Francisco.
Mrs. L. F. Blalock was hostess this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock to the East Eastern
ern Eastern Star sewing circle. The ladies
met informally and were most cor cordially
dially cordially greeted by Mrs. Blalock and
her mother, Mrs. Richardson, after
which sewing bags were opened and
for an hour or more nimble fingers
tried in vain to keep in rhythm to
the merry clatter of the happy guests.
After a refreshment course of iced
tea and sandwiches, a most enjoyable
musical progras was rendered, Miss

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Cecile Downs and Mrs. Frederick
Hud.-on giving several of their choic choicest
est choicest selections, which added no little
to the thorough enjoyment of a per perfect
fect perfect afternoon's pleasure. Besides a
large number of the members of the
Eastern Star being present, Mrs.
Blalock invited as a special honor to
the ladies, Mrs. F. R. Hudson, Mrs.
E. L. Carney, Mrs. George Taylor,
Mrs. L. P. Wilson and Miss Cecile
Downs to be her guests.
Eastern Star Picnic
The picnic at Silver Springs Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, given by Ocala chapter No. 21,
O. E. S., to celebrate the birthday of
Rolert Morris founder of the order,
proved a splendid success. In spite
of the clouds and rain the "Stars"
were shining indeed when forty sat
down to enjoy the dinner consisting
of all the good things imaginable.
Dinner was served under the pavil pavilion
ion pavilion on one long table seating the en
tire crowd and was prepared by the
ladies headed by the committee com composed
posed composed of Mrs. A. E. Burnett, Mrs. II.
S. Wesson and Mrs. L. E. Yonce and
v.as certainly a feast.
The crowd went out in autos at 10
a. m. and spent the day boating,
playing cards and bathing in the de delightful
lightful delightful water of the springs, and re returned
turned returned to Ocala about 5 p. m.
Nelson-Rorebeck
Thursday noon will witness a very
interesting wedding, when Miss Ruth
Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
K. Nelson, and Captain Curtis Rore Rore-beckof
beckof Rore-beckof Key West, are united in mar marriage.
riage. marriage. The ceremony will be pro pronounced
nounced pronounced by Rev. John Graham, of
Brooksville, who is a cousin of. the
bride, and the guests will include only
relatives and a few intimate friends.
The wedding is to be quiet as the
groom is in mourning, but it will be
a most interesting and pretty affair.
The colors used in decorating will be
pink and lavendar, and the wedding
music is in charge of Miss Bessie
Moffatt, violin; Mrs. James A. Mc McKay,
Kay, McKay, piano, and Miss Estelle Byrd,
vocalist.
Captain Rorebeck and his bride will
leave Thursday afternoon on the boat
bound for Key West, to which point
the groom was recently transferred
from Fort Dade.
Miss Nelson is a very charming
young girl and since he announce announcement
ment announcement of her engagement has been the
recipient of a number of charming
social favors, showers, luncheons and
card parties. She will be greatly miss missed
ed missed by a large number of friends but
all will join in wishing her happi happiness.
ness. happiness. Captain Rorebeck has a large num number
ber number of friends in Tampa and this vi vicinity,
cinity, vicinity, having been located at Fort
Dade for some years. He is fortunate
in winning such an attractive bride
and the couple will have the very good
wishes of all. Tampa Times, Aug.
31st.
Mrs. I W. Spellman has returned
to Jacksonville after a week-end
spent in this city as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. William Wolf.
Senator and Mrs. E. L. Carney
charmingly entertained Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Hudson and family last
evening at an elaborate seven-course
family dinner. This little affair was
perfect in its appointments, the table
being ornamented with a mound of
pink roses and maiden hair fern. The
evening was spent informally and
was one of great pleasure.
Mrs. J. A. Haynesworth and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Matilda Haynesworth of
Union, Ala., are making a lengthy
stay in the west, seeing the exposi expositions
tions expositions and other sights. Miss Haynes Haynesworth
worth Haynesworth will be pleasantly remembered
here as a guest a short time ago of
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock, and went
to California as a delegate of the
sorority of which she is a popular
member.
Mrs. T. S. Trantham has invited a
number of friends to be her guests to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 11 o'clock to meet Mrs.
Frederick Hudson of Miami. Mrs.
Trantham's guests will include all of
those who entertained for her prior
to her marriage a few months ago
and the affair will be a beautiful
compliment to one of the state's most
popular matrons.
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The Star's delegation to the Panama-Pacific
Exposition, Mrs. Bing Bingham
ham Bingham and Misses Hunt and Eycleshim Eycleshim-er,
er, Eycleshim-er, after brief stops in Chicago,
Omaha and Denver, spent Sunday in
Salt Lake City. They are now in San
Francisco, where they will remain
until Monday, when they will leave
for Los Angeles.
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WHEN IN NEED OF
PLUMBING
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
THE PLUMBER
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l:w I'.iuir Stanley had dealt Ilapar
with the heavy poker had made uo cut
or external wound. She was mmu in
fevered lefp, and Esther was forced
to leave her ledide at urgent sum summon
mon summon from lelow.
There she fuml Luke Lovell. head headman
man headman for IIaar here as well as at the
gypsy camp, hidden In the mountain
twenty mile away.
Suspl iouiiig that II a gar wa.4 ill tiotu
of mind and budy. Lovell had already
usuned authority. Even now lie was
ordering the wandering hunchback or organ
gan organ grinder from the place.
But if Quabba was frail he was cour
ageous. He was Insisting he would
not leave the place until he had naid
farewell to the strance. grand lady
who had ?iokeu Romany to him and
also farewell to her fair faced daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, who had also bidden him to stay
and le refreshed.
There was something o oyti and
true in the htinehhack' resjieetful gaze
that, stranger as he was. it made Es Esther
ther Esther take his hand, after sternly dU-
-Give me my child!"
missing the scowling Lovell, and beg
the humble hunchback to stay.
"Do not leave us," she whlspered whlspered-'Somethjng
'Somethjng whlspered-'Somethjng tells me you will le a
friend, and we have no friends now
save ierhaps our gj'iwy ieopIe." Ami
even as she sioke Esther recalled the
scene In the graud stand at the tourna tournament
ment tournament and how this hunchback wander wanderer
er wanderer had warned Arthur that he had
been betrayed.
At this Juncture a carriage drove up
to Stanley hall. From this a strange
figure alighted, the figure of a tall,
lank, serious, side whiskered English Englishman
man Englishman wearing a plaid suit witli a heavy
mourning band on the arm and a
glistening white tropic helmet. This
strange individual had a rifle in the
carriage.
At the sight of Quabba's chattering
monkey the lank Englishman grew
wildly excited. -Some of their native
wild beasts r he exclaimed and rushed
back to the carriage for his rifle.
It took some effort on the part of
both Esther and Quabba to reassure
t.
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Gun.
the excited visitor that Clarence, the
monkey, was not at ail a wild beast of
the Virginia jungle, but simply an itin itinerant
erant itinerant organ grinder's friend, compan companion
ion companion and collector of external revenue.
Then the Htranger made known his
name and errand.
I am Marmaduke Smythe, barrister,
of Loudon, England, solicitor and agent
of the estate of the earls of Stanley of
Stanley castle, Warwickshire. he said.
"Lord Stanley died there a month ago
from the infirmities of old age. l-:in
no heir In England, the succ-iioii fall falling
ing falling to the eldest oii of the elder
branch of Stanleys of this place. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley halL
l rememler It well, for I was here
to verify the American heir nearly
twenty years ago. And a leastly ex experience
perience experience I hail, mj- dear young lady.
I was ambushed by croaking savages
and fell off a horse and was thrown
not off the horse, but figuratively
thrown Into the midst of a terriiic and
bloodthirsty fend lietweeu folonel
Stanley and Judge Stanley, loth rip
snorting, bally fire eaters, as you Yan Yankees
kees Yankees way down east in Virginia say.
"So my errand, young lady. In the"
wild parts of the American border is
to notify young Arthur Stanley, both
Colonel Stanley and the judge lelng
dead, that he is the Larl of Stanley,
and the title ami estates await him In
Warwickshire."
And then it was Esther's painful task
1 to tell the strange caller of the accua-

i tions against the young man he iougnt.

of his wild tlUcht and disappearance.
My word:" ext!airued the. embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed Im loti lawyer. "What a dread dreadful
ful dreadful way im wild Yankee have of
tomahawking each other, don't you
know! If the Atm-ri-an earl is a crim criminal
inal criminal in hiding I must notify -the next
of kin. the late judge's son, whom I
distinctly rememl- r a a vicious little
!egrar who lift me severely.
In ease hi lordship, as I must call
him. the fugitive, is captured by your
White cap ehap he will undoubtedly
!e lynched, as is your Invariable cus custom
tom custom on tLe Amerie-au frontiers here. I
Ielieve. Heiu-p the son of the late
judge will the Earl of Stanley.
"That Is. provided, of course. the
London lawyer added, "that thl non.
Blair Stanley, as he would le called
with us, has not nut grown his vicious
propensities as a child. For I assume
If he bites your prominent lorder ruf ruffians
fians ruffians he will le tomahawked or lynch lynched
ed lynched or put an end to In some unpleasant
manner. So you must excuse my tak taking
ing taking leave, as I must notify the next of
kin."
And be rflisod his tropic helmet po politely
litely politely and walked in a wide circle
around the ehatterlng monkey, Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, as thonch he rather doubted the
al!e;red harm less nes of the animal he
deemed a deniren of the local Jungle.
At the gIKnv threshold of Mrs. La Lamar
mar Lamar Stanley's houe the I"ndon law lawyer
yer lawyer reelvi further confirmation of
his personal t-ellefc 'that Blair Stanley,
whose vicious pro;eiiitIes he remem remem-lered.
lered. remem-lered. would never outgrow the san sanguinary
guinary sanguinary pPH-n-dties of his childhootl.
In the bitter ni'! that now olsessel
her Blair's nvther Informed the star startled
tled startled lawyer that her son. now next In
line for the proud Stanley earldom, had
fled, no one knew whither, and be
Imped to never see his laee again.
All she would say in reply to the
barrister's nervous pleadings for he
dreaded a Ions seareh for the heirs of
Stanley in lrbarou America was
that Blair ralsht found at the home
of Mrs. Burton Randolph, hi cousin.
In Richmond. Ami for that place the
lawyer took the first train from Fair Fair-far.
far. Fair-far. (Continued Tomorrow)
A CASE OF NEED
Mr. Edward Kohse, living near
Summerfield, with his wife on 20
acres of land recently purchased
there, had his house destroyed by fire,
together wih everything in the
world that he possessed on the 22nd
of this month. Mr. Kohse is in dire
need of assistance", and anyone wish wishing
ing wishing to help him and his family can
communicate with .this office, dw tf
BILIOUSNESS
AND CONSTIPATION
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and consti constipation,
pation, constipation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.
Peek, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation." Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere.
WILL' EXCHANGE FOR AUTO
I will exchange, even, an eighty eighty-acre
acre eighty-acre tract of land within plain sight
of the depot at Leroy, Marion county,
for a five-passenger touring automo automobile,
bile, automobile, in good running condition. Land
is good land to cultivate, and has
probably some mineral under it. The
title is clear and all taxes paid. Ad
dress, Box C0C, Ocala, Fla. 8-27 dw tf
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and -found them to be just as repre represented,
sented, represented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid liver and a disorder disordered
ed disordered condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold."
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere.
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MANY WOMEN OF OUH
HOME STATE WOULD
TESTIFY.
'Ft. rctrrsburg, Fla. "I used Dr.
Pierce a Favorite Prescription before tncl

I or several weeks
after the birth ti
v my baby. Thia
course I followed
with each of my
three babies and
that 1 waa comfort comfortable
able comfortable and free from
t h e annoyan oca that
m with mirh tt ermm
" V-yTy: di t ion. Mjr chil chil-jrC,:
jrC,: chil-jrC,: d ren were born witli
" "77 la a very ehort
tune the medicine built up the tissues and
waa the means of the regainment of my
health and strength. It fitted me for
nursing and helped increase the supplr.
MKS. N. L. WELIA 310 Ninth Rt. Knrih
SU Petersburg, FLu
in t forget that the Burest way to
keep the womanly health is to tase Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioa. It pro promotes
motes promotes perfect regularity. It cures ia ia-fiamm'ation,
fiamm'ation, ia-fiamm'ation, ulceration and weakness.
It eoothea and strengthen lh nrnw
drives away despondency, and gives a
ncaiiny appetite and relreshing sleep.
It makes childbirth easy, and nuTsinjg
mothers will find in it a strength-giving
tonic.
"Favorite Prescription contains no
alcohol. It is extracted from native root
with pure glycerine. Buy it new, in
liquid or tablet form, from your druggist
or send oO cents or $1.00 to Dr. Pierce,
Invalid' Hotel, Buffalo, N. for tab tablets.
lets. tablets. -Write for free book oa wotaaa'i
diseases.
Constipation causes and seriously aggra aggravates
vates aggravates many diseases. It is thorousyily
cured by Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Feileta.
One a laxative two or three a cathartic
These tiny, eugar-eoated, anti-biiiouj
granules the email est arid ca&iest to
take.
A Crabby Story
At a recent church social a
young man, sitting out with a
nice girl, could find nothing to
say, so he makes the following
remarks:
(He) "Do -jou like crabs?
(She) "Yes."
(He) "Does your papa like
crabs?" K
(She) "Yes.
(He) "Does your mama like
crabs."
(She) "I think so."
. (He) "Your brother, does
he like crabs."
(She) "I have no' brother,
sir." l
(He) Well, if you had a
m brother, do you suppose he
would like crabs?"
He must have been baying
crabs at
Fritz Acker's
Fresh Sea Food Place at Ilogan'a
PHONE NO. 9
STUDIO WILL REOPZTJ
Miss Ethel I lay craft, graduate of
Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
Otto Pfefferkorn, will reopen her
studio September 1st. Phone 131. ISt
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Erabalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
GENERAL REPAIR
WORK
FURNITNRE and
GENERAL REPAIRS
PROM IT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
ROBERT EBNER
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGES BLOCK. OCALA
"Go Worth by Sea"
MERCHANTS MINERS TRANS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and 'Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
Addre5s
IL a AVERY, AGENT
Jaeksonrille, Fla.
L. ALEXANDER!
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Otler
Contractor in the dir.



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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1913

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OCALA OCCURENCES

Mason3 meet tomorrow evening.

Mr. Heron Todil is in town off the
road, visiting his friends for a day or
so.

IS

AHEAD

City Council ill Let Contract for
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the Water and Electric Plant S

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

Ocala's second team will play the
Citra team Friday.

Our sheet music stock 13 up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8 2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.

Everybody is glad to see Miss
Helen Scott back at her post in the
city clerk's office. She is a very pop popular
ular popular young lady as well as an effi efficient
cient efficient city official.

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
A gentleman from out of town
went into one of our drugstores yes yesterday
terday yesterday and called for a drink of Jap Japanese
anese Japanese oil. It took a pint of ice cream
to cool him off inside after taking it.

At the ?necial mpptinc nf the ritv

Mr. R. S. Rogers, president of thejcouncil held yesterdav afternoon it
Florida Title & Abstract Corporation, j was decided to at once pr0ceed vvith
at Ocala, and Frank Sanders of thejthe placinff of a contract for the erec-

same company, were in the city yes

terday. During the day they were in

consultation with Barney R. Colson, t

president of the Alachua County "Ab "Abstract
stract "Abstract Company, but it was impossi impossible
ble impossible to find out anything as to the na nature
ture nature of their business. Gainesville
Sun.

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnL-hed rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf

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

tion of a new water and electric plant

The date set. for opening the bids for

this work is October 14th at 3 p. m.

The clerk was ordered to place the
advertising in accordance with this

resolution.

This being the only business for
which the special meeting was called,
the council then adjourned till next
regular meeting night.

Dr. T. K. Slaughter is representing

the Levon section in town today.

A gentleman coming up from Lake Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Martin return-

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

The Pathe News with some mighty
interesting pictures will be at the
Temple this evening, also a fine
Kalem drama and a Vitagraph com comedy.
edy. comedy. 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
The Star is informed that the public-spirited
town of Belleview is do doing
ing doing some good work on its main
street, which is the thoroughfare of
the Lake Weir road and national
highway, and will therefore be appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by all.
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
Mr. George Davis has accepted a
position with the Court Pharmacy
and will enter upon his duties at the
fountain about the eighth.

Weir today says that thousands of
little birds, looking something like
canaries, but smaller, have been fly flying
ing flying around in the lake region for the
past few days. They are of the same
species of birds as those which flock flocked
ed flocked into Ocala by the hundreds one
night a few mon&s ago. They were
then jgrobably going north, and are
now going south.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.

W. J. Lee, the wounded high diver
at the hospital, is better today and
his physician thinks he will recover.

Mr. Sonny Geise, who has been one
of the popular attaches of the Court
Pharmacy, will leave next week for
Fort Lauderdale to accept a similar
position with the drug firm of Beck
& Andrews. Ocala will miss Sonny,
who numbers his friends by his ac acquaintances,
quaintances, acquaintances, but will wish for him
unbounded success in his new field.
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Mr. Bethel Gallagher is home again
from a combined business and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure trip to Tampa.

ed this afternoon from Franklin, N.
C, where they have been spending
their summer vacation. Daily moun mountain
tain mountain climbing and an abundance of
high altitude air has been very bene beneficial
ficial beneficial to them.

September opened up nicely in the
county judge's office. Before noon to today
day today Judge Smith had issued the fol following
lowing following couples licenses to wed: Mr.
John Percy Dudley and Miss Effie
Holly of Conner; Mr. Pay Adrian
Anderson and Miss Irene Gates of
South Lake Weir; Mr. Marble Stone
and Miss Marie Stewart White of
Dunnellon. -The matrimonial knot of
the first couple was tied by the judge
at his office and the happy couple re returned
turned returned home this afternoon.

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.

WANTED Ten teams 'to haul ties;

standard prices paid. Apply to G. G.

Aired, Electra, Fla. 31-Gt

Mr. Bernard Zachery, formerly of
this city but now of Waycross, arriv arrived
ed arrived yesterday for a few days' visit to
his friend and former partner, Mr. P.
J. Theus. x

SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.

For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker.- Phone 300. tf

Mr. W. H. Mitchell of Belleview
was in town today and paid the Star
a pleasant call. Mr. Mitchell is an ex extraordinarily
traordinarily extraordinarily well read man and has
made a special study of the Bible.
Few men in this county are as well
posted on the scriptures.

Mr. M. L. Payne, one of the solid
citizens of Northeast Marion, was in
town yesterday.

Mesrs. Edwin Green and Leslie An Anderson
derson Anderson will leave early in the morn morning
ing morning in the former's car for Crystal
River, where they will spend the next
ten days camping and fishing at -Mr.
Greene's pretty river place "The
Rocks" near the gulf.

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous

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

Masons'meet Thursday evening.

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THIS IS THE NEW 1916 MODEL

FOR RENT A splendid Home prop property,
erty, property, comparatively new, at corner of
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
M. 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 public

square. Would not rent ior less than
six months. Apply at Star office tf
LOST Gold ring, signet of onyx

Greek warrior intaglio. Reward at

the Star office. 28-Ct

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A CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
who were so good and kind to us in

the sickness and last trying hours

of our dear husband and father. We
pray that we all may be gathered
around the great white throne where
sickness and parting shall be no more.
Mrs. B. I. Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Griggs.
'Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Martin.

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The MAXWELL will give you MORE Tire, Gasolene and Oil Miles
and Less Expense lor General Upkeep than any automobile made, with
no exceplions. You can see the new car and get a demonstration of what
it will do by calling on the agent. Catalogs and specifications mailed on request.

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BLITCIITON
Blitchton, Sept. 1. Mr. James
Bartley of Williston was the guest of
Mr. Loonis Blitch Wednesday night.
Dr. Blitch, Mr. Loonis Blitch and
Miss Legie Blitch attended a -ball
game in Ocala Thursday.
Misses Legie and Oda Blitch, Em Emma
ma Emma Eklof and Messrs. Fenton and
Loonis Blitch were dinner guests
Thursday evening of Miss Mabel Beck
at Cottage Hill.
Mr. Newton Markey and Mrs. Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie Harvey and daughter of Ocala
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Jordan.
Mr. B. R. Blitch is attending the
meeting of the school board in Ocala
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Thacker and

two sons and Mr. Homer Howard of

Sarasota, who have been touring
Georgia in a Ford, spent Saturday

and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. S. II.

Blitch en route home.

Mr. Landis Blitch returned home
Sunday from Kissimmee, where he
was the guest of Mr. C. A. Carson Jr.

at Camp Hammock.

Mr. W. P. Hammons spent Tuesday

in Ocala.
Dr.' Blitch left Tuesday for an ex
tended trip in South Florida.
There will be services at the Bap
tist church Sunday.

We had a much needed shower

Tuesday.

Mr. J. S. Blitch of Montbrook was

a Saturday caller.

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

NOT EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S
"I have tried most all of the cough

cures and find that there is none that
equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.

It has never failed to give me prompt
relief," writes W. V. Harner, Mont Mont-pelier,
pelier, Mont-pelier, Ind. When you have a cold

give this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what splendid medicine it is.

Obtainable everywhere.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf

The John Dozier Co. begs to an

nounce that its mills are up and

working, and it is prepared to fur

nish any formula that its customers

may desire, outside of its regular line.

at the lowest possible price. We sell

to everybody. We pay the highest

price for country corn on the cob. 6t

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

Ceng's. tf.

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From the Experience of Ocala People
We are fortunate indeed to be able
to profit by the experience of our
neighbors. The public utterances of
Ocala residents on the following sub subject
ject subject will interest and benefit many
of our readers. Read the statement-

No better proof can be had.

Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth SU
Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills an' they have always

given the be.st of satisfaction. When

my kidneys pot out of order. I was

so dizzy that I coulJrTt strafsrhten

At times I couldn't get about, owing

to rheumatic jain across the small

of my.backl had other kidney troubles

as well. I used Doan's Kidney Pills

and they brought me immediate re
lief."

Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't

simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that

Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Mil burn

(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. M. P. Geiger, of Green Cove
Springs, has been appointed as teach teacher
er teacher of mathematics in the Ocala High
school for the coming year to succeed
Miss Carrie Dean, resigned. Mrs.
Geiger comes highly recommended
and is rated as one of the best teach teachers
ers teachers in the state. She is the wife of
Prof. M. P. Geiger who was princi principal
pal principal of the Key West school for four
years. This appointment completes
the corps of teachers for the high
school and Prof. Brinson is to be con congratulated
gratulated congratulated upon securing such a
strong faculty.

Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane are en

joying a motor camp at Pablo Beach ;
for two weeks, leaving here early!

Monday morning with their machine

well stocked with all camping neces necessities,
sities, necessities, and they expect to have a

most thrilling and unusual trip.

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Miss Alice Sexton concludes today

a charming visit to Mrs. Maude

Horn and family in Asheville, where
she has been fo rtwo weeks. She
goes this afternoon to Charlotte, N.
C, for a visit to her uncle, Mr. Bar Barney
ney Barney Barnett and family.

Miss Helen Scott returned yester

day afternoon from a visit of two
weeks to relatives in Tennessee.

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hudson and

family who are spending a few days

in our city expect to leave on Satur

day for Tampa, where they will spend

next week. They are touring the
state in their automobile and having a
wonderful trip.

Dr. H. C. Dozier left this morn

ing for a fishing trip on Lake Weir

and to spend tomorrow with his fami family
ly family who are summering in one of the
pretty cottages at North Lake.

Mrs. Rowena Chapel one of the

efficient nurses at the local hospital

left yesterday for a two weeks vaca vacation
tion vacation the first part of which will be
spent with her brother, Mr. Chapel,
who is superintendent of the Monarch
Grove, and the last week with an

other brother and a sister at Pablo

Beach.

Miss Roxie Connele returned yester

day afternoon from a visit to her pa

rents at Bell, Florida, and is again

at her post of duty at the Marion

County Hospital.

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Mrs. E. Van Hood and daughter,

Miss Marguerite Porter, who are en enjoying
joying enjoying life at Bat Cave, near Hender-

sonville, N. C, were recent prominent
visitors to Asheville and with the
Ocala colony are sharing the pleas pleasures
ures pleasures to be derived there as at no

other resort in those beautiful moun

tains.

Mrs. J. W. Aiken, who with her

sons, and Mrs. A. F. Joyner and fami family
ly family have been enjoying an outing at
Lake Weir for several weeks moved

home yesterday afternoon.

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Mr.J. S. Norton, of St. Peters

burg, is the guest of Capt. and Mrs.
S. R. Pyles and family coming up

especially to attend the funeral of Mr.

Jesse Pyles, and to meet his wife

who has been spending the summer
near Tyron, N. C.

Mrs. W. M. Wilson and children of
Miami, are guests of Mrs. Wilson's

parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W.

Martin at their home on Orange av

enue.

Mrs. Charles Tydings and son, Rob

ert, who are spending the summer

with relatives in Ohio, will be the
guests of Mrs. Tyding's brother, Mr.
Ted Davis, in Clevlan'd after the
14th.

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BEAN SEED

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

TO THE PUBLIC

"I feel that I owe the manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Wither Wither-all,
all, Wither-all, Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began
taking this medicine I was in great
pain and feeling terribly sick, due to
an attack of summer complaint. After
taking a dose of it I had not long to
wait for relief as it benefited me al almost
most almost immediately." Obtainable everywhere.

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JUST LOOK AT THESET PRICES
, FOR
TUESDAY,- WEDNESDAY, Mg THURSDAY
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WHITE BACON, per lb. 12c
SUGAR, 16 pounds for $1.00
FLAVO COFFEE, a fine seller, lb, 15c
OCTAGON SOAP, 6 bars,.. ......25c
EXPORT SOAP, 7 bars,..........25c
SPANISH OLIVES, per bottle .....8c
ALAGA SYRUP, per can. 8c
PLAYMATE FLOUR
FLASHLIGHT lfsfng FLOUR K.bgj5000c
FINE IRISH POTATOES, per pk. 25c
FINE LARGE LEMONS, per doz. 15c
SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c

me Commercial Banli

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.

NEW YORK AND RETURN

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville

Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of liberty Street.
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Oxford 2.00
Summerfield 2.00
Belleview ; 2.00
Ocala 1.50
Anthony 1.50
Tickets on sale for regular trains

morning tram of September

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Citra 1X0
Hawthorne, 1X0
Campville 1X0
Island Grove 1X0

September 4th and early

Tickets are rood returning

oh regular trains to and including train No. 33- leaving Fernan-

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Ocala, Florida. Jacksonville, Fla.

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