PRESS TO IE
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
British Capture Many German
CLAIM THEY HAVE TAKE!
New York, Sept. 2. An officer of
the White Star liner Adriatic, whieh
arrived from Liverpool today, declar declared
ed declared that the German submarine which
sunk, the Arabic had been caught in a
steel net. He said the U boat's crew
. were now prisoners in England. The
officer couldn't disclose the place of
capture or give any details. The
submarine was of the latest and larg largest
est largest type.
He added that, within the past
sixty days the British had captured
not less than fifty German sub submarines.
marines. submarines. SUNK BY A
' BRITISH SUB
' TERRIBLE TURK LOST FOUR OF
Paris, Sept. 2 Four Turkish trans trans-,
, trans-, ports have been torpedoed by a Brit British
ish British submarine.
FOR LACK OF EVIDENCE
Government Could Find Nothing
- Against So-Called German
Tallahassee," Fla., Sept. 2. Wilber
Ostolph, the German, charged with
entering military and lighthouse res reservations
ervations reservations to obtain information of
national defenses, has been released.
The district attorney announced he
was released because of lack of evi evidence.
dence. evidence. GAINING GROUND AT GRODNO
Teutons Announce that the Outer
Forts are Taken
Berlin, Sept. 2. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the outer forts of the
Russian fortress of Grodno have been
taken by the Germans.
JUMPED HIS JOB
Li Yuen Heng, Vice President of
China, has Let Loose
Shanghai," China, Sept. 2. Li Yuen
Heng, vice president of the Chinese
republic, has resigned. The interpre interpretation
tation interpretation placed on the act is its prepar preparatory
atory preparatory to the establishment of a mon monarchy,
archy, monarchy, which is popularly regarded as
DREADUL LOSS TO BRITISH
AT THE DARDANELLES
Berlin, Sept. 2. British losses
since Aug. 6 in the fighting at the
Dardanelles have been in excess of
$50,000 officers and men, the Constan Constantinople
tinople Constantinople correspondent of the Frank Frankfurter
furter Frankfurter Zeitung estimates. In the
fighting Aug. 28 and 29 alone, the
correspondent states, the British lost
over GOO officers. One cavalry divis-r
ion, he states, was almost complete completely
ly completely wiped out.
CRIBBS FURNISHED BOND
Mr. P. W. Warner, of Welborn,vis
in the city today as one of the bonds bondsmen
men bondsmen to secure the release of Grover
Cribbs from the county jail until the
circuit court meets. Cribbs is the
man who was several days ago bound
over for the killing of Homer Dean
at Romeo some weeks ago. The bond
being acceptable to the authorities
Cribbs was released and left for West
Florida this afternoon.
Invention by Sis Hiram Maxim to
Foil Germany's Most Dreaded
London, Sept. 2. The British army
plans to fight the German gas at attacks
tacks attacks with fire. This is the scheme
recommended by a committee of in inventors
ventors inventors headed by Sir Hiram Maxim,
who has designed a simple apparatus
which the government is now testing.
The cbject of the apparatus is to
cause large and rapidly spreading
fires by means of specially-designed
incendiary bombs thrown in the path
of the advancing gas at a distance of
seyeral hundred yards. By this means,
since the heating of the air must
cause an upward current, it is ex expected
pected expected to drive the gas up out of
Sir Hiram's explanation of the
scheme is as follows:
"The German gas at one atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of pressure is two and a half
times as heavy as air. In escaping
into the air it very quickly becomes
mixed with a large quantity of air, so
that by the time it reaches our
trenches it is, as a rule, less than 1
per cent heavier than the surround surrounding
ing surrounding air; that is, it is extremely light
as compared with the air, but it is
quite strong enough to prove fatal.
In most cases we find the air that
has only one-thousandth part of
chlorine is the one that has done the
"It occurred to me some months
ago that, if a fire could be produced
between the gas and our trenches,
the ripd upward movement of the
air would take the chlorine along
with it, and this is quite true. The
bombs that I made were to be
thrown by hand, but it was found
that, in order to be thrown any dis distance,
tance, distance, they had to be made quite
small, and, moreover,' they could not
be thrown as far as the officers wish wished
ed wished to throw them. I delivered 100 to
the government for experimental
purposes. A few of these have been
tested, and it was found that the fire
should be greaterjand farther away,
so I have designed a very much
simpler and larger form. The firm in
London who proposes to make them
have designed a machine for throw throwing
ing throwing them with great accuracy. a dis distance
tance distance of 300 yards, which will be
quite enough. By this means a fire
of any size may be produced and if
the fire is large enough the gases
must be dissipated; it cannot be
"The first bombs I designed involv involved
ed involved the use of petrol, but it was
thought that the consumption would
be so large that there might be a
shortage. I have therefore been ex experimenting,
perimenting, experimenting, and am now in posses possession
sion possession of a liquid that does just as well
and only costs half as much, while the
supply of it is unlimited."
TRYING TO RETAKE TEXAS
Possible that Mexican Agitators Plan
A Raid on a Large Scale
Washington, Sept. 2. The shifting
of three regiments of United States
troops from Galveston to the Mexi
can border is expected to be followed
by other transfers in a few days.
Washington officials are convinced
that the wild scheme of Mexican agi
tators to "recapture" Texas has some
foundation in fact. It is feared that
raiding bands may unite and attempt
to loot the larger border towns. Gen General
eral General Funston has been given a free
hand to deal with the situation.
The two regiments of infantry and
one of cavalry are now on the way
and their disposition along the border
is calculated to reassure the residents
of that part of Texas and to deter
the Mexicans from taking extreme
DIDN'T SAY IT
Denies that He Denounced Florida
Land as Not Being Worth a
The following appeared in the
Florida Metropolis of the 1st:
Topeka, Kan., Aug. 27, 1915.
Rev. S. E. Lawhon, Pastor M E.
. church, Mt. Dora, Fla.
Dear Sir: Your letter addressed to
the attorney general of Kansas, and
enclosing a clipping from The Florida
Metropolis, received. In this clip clipping
ping clipping I am quoted as saying that I
do not "consider Florida land worth
Of course, I have made no such
statement. I have, no connection with
Florida land, except that, as chair
man of the state charter board, prop propositions
ositions propositions come before that board under
what is known as the "blue sky" law,
and we have had occasion on examina
tion and investigation, to turn down
quite a number of these propositions,
but all of the propositions as stated
above are cases where the proposi proposition
tion proposition to sell the land is of such a na nature
ture nature as they have to obtain permis permission
sion permission from our board to sell. Each
case is passed upon on its own mer merits.
its. merits. We not only refuse permission
to sell Florida land, but have turned
down quite a number of propositions
to sell Texas land, Arizona land,
Oklahoma land and land in various
other states. Very truly yours,
S. M. Brewster, Att'y. Gen.
READY TO REPORT
Committee on Georgia and Florida
Lumber Trade will Give an Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Next Wednesday
Some weeks ago a few lumber men
met in Ocala and decided upon a plan
for organizing a dressed lumber man manufacturers'
ufacturers' manufacturers' association. The plans
have been in the hands of several of
the largest manufacturers of the
state since that time for perfecting,
and the committee of which Mr.
George Rentz is chairman, announces
that it is now ready to report its
work for ratification.
A meeting has been called for
Ocala next Wednesday, and all the
large lumber manufacturers of south
Georgia and Florida have been no notified
tified notified to be on hand.
The outlook for a largely increased
production during the early fall and
winter is fine, and it is for the pur purpose
pose purpose of a reorganization of the in
dustry which has been- lagging for
some months that the meeting is be being
ing being called for next Wednesday.
FRANK W. LUFFMAN
News was received in the city this
forenoon of the death of Mr. Frank
V Luff man, which occurred this
morning at tlje home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Luffman at
The funeral services will be held at
the Methodist church in Sparr at 9
o'clock Friday morning and the in interment
terment interment at the Anthony cemetery at
10:30. Rev. Outland of the Sparr
Methodist church, and Rev. Plummer
of Anthony, will conduct the ser services.
vices. services. Mr. Luffman was 24 years old and
leaves a wife, mother and father, two
brothers and a host of friends to
mourn his death.
Frank Luffman was a young man
of great promise. He devoted his
whole life to the study for his chosen
profession, the law. After he had
completed his studies as far as they
advanced at Sparr he went to South Southern
ern Southern College at Sutherland, later at attending
tending attending a law college in Demorest,
Ga., where he had been for two years
when he returned home last October
on account of failing health. Since
that time he has been spending near nearly
ly nearly all his time in the mountains of
North Carolina in search of relief
from the dread disease tuberculosis
which had attacked him and from
which he finally died. He returned
home about four weeks ago, believ believing
ing believing that he might possibly be able to
resume his studies, but it was not to
His loved ones have the sympathy
of many life long friends of the de deceased
ceased deceased in this their hour of trouble.
Mr. J. W. Colbert of Sparr was
among the visitors in town today.
PAARLESS COUNTY.. ISN'T ALTO
G ETHER PARADISE
People Have to Pay Three and Four Four-Tenths
Tenths Four-Tenths Per Cent on their
Editor Star: In Wednesday's issue
of the Star you publish a letter from
Mr. John S. Taylor, a member of the
board of county commissioners of
Pinellas county in which he says:
"As. a matter of fact, our millage has
not been increased in Pinellas coun county."
ty." county." Herewith I am enclosing a letter
from Mr. T. F. McCall, a former
member of the legislature from Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough county, and now a resident
of Pinellas. Taxpayer.
Mr. Mc Call's Letter
St. Petersburg, Fla., Aug. 31.
Mr. J. M. Gornto, Williston, Fla.
Dear Sir: Your inquiry received.
Replying to same, beg to say that
taxes in Pinellas county have doubled
several times over what they were in
For 1915 the state and county mill-
age for Pinellas county is about 34
mills. The city millage for St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg is 22 mills. The millage for
the town of "Clearwater is 25 mills,
Thus, the town of Clearwater has 59
mills and St. Petersburg has 5G mills
So, you can readily see the burden of
taxation is enormous.
I opposed the creation of Pinellas
county for the reason I foresaw that
if Pinellas was created, our taxes
would be" doubled several times, and I
felt sure that the benefits we would
receive from having a new county
would nothing like equal the cost of
the new county, and the public re
cords will bear this statement out.
Now, as to the $72,000 indebted
ness that Pinelias county inherited
from Hillsborough, the supreme court
of Florida has recently decided that
Pinellas county will have to pay Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough the inherited .indebtedness.
I understand that, if Bloxham county
is created, she will inherit approxi
mately $35,000 indebtedness from
Marion cointy; and while some of
your people argue they will not have
to pay Marion, they will awaken to
the fact sooner or later that they are
mistaken, and that Bloxham will have
to hand over the indebtedness that
she inherits from Marion and Levy.
I have resided here for twenty
years, and am perhaps one of the
largest taxpayers in Pinellas county,
also having owned property in this
part of Hillsborough before Pinellas
was created. I am therefore in a
position to know that our taxes in
Pinellas county have doubled several
times over what they were in Hills
The benefits that we have derived
from the creation of Pinellas county
are very, very few. We have only a
few miles of hard surfaced road that
were built by Pinellas county. We
hove no permanent court house nor
jail; in fact, practically nothing to
show for the enormous increase of
taxes we have had to bear.
I am very much afraid that after
we build our system of hard roads,
build court house and jail and do
other improvements that will be ab absolutely
solutely absolutely necessary, that the burden of
taxation will be so great that a poor
man cannot own property in Pinellas
-There was more property sold for
taxes in Pinellas county this year
than has been sold in Hillsborough
county in any one year. This is con conclusive
clusive conclusive proof that the burden of tax taxation
ation taxation is enormous, but nothing like
what it will be when we build a court
house and jail and complete the other
I don't see how in the world the
people of Bloxham' county can expert
to maintain a county with only $2, $2,-370,000
370,000 $2,-370,000 in assessed valuation of prop property.
erty. property. When Pinellas county was
created we had approximately $3, $3,-000,000
000,000 $3,-000,000 in assessed valuation of prop property,
erty, property, and now we have $9,000,000.
While some improvements have taken
place since Pinellas was created, the
improvements nothing like equal the
6,000,000 increased valuation on the
Now, as to your inquiry as to
whether or not the actual cash values
of property have increased in pro proportion
portion proportion to our taxes, I will say they
certainly have not. The only way our
pioperty has increased in value down
here is cn the tax books; and if Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham county is created, you will find
that your increase would also be on
the tax books.
Almost daily I hear a great many
people who worked for the creation
of Pinellas county complaining of
high taxes and wishing they were
back in Hillsborough county. As I
understand conditions with you, Blox
ham county is to be created out of a
part of Levy and Marion. Common
sense should teach any person that
three counties cannot be run as
cheaply as two counties. It takes
money to build .courthouses, jails,
hard roads and other improvements,
and this expense must be borne by
I would like to see the people of
the proposed Bloxham county benefit
by the experience of the people down
here, and if they do, they will certain
ly vote against the creation of Blox
With regards, I beg to remain,
Yours jvery truly,
T. F. McCall.
TROOPS ON TRAIL
OF RAIDING MEXICANS WHO
FIRED ON AMERICANS NEAR
Brownsville, Texas, Sept. 2. Unit
ed States troops are trailing the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican raiders who set fire to a railroad
bridge fourteen miles north of here
today. A party of Americans trav
eling from Brownsville to San Benito
in an automobile, passed the trestle
shortly before it was set afire and re
ported they had been fired upon by a
band of between 25 and 30 Mexicans.
KILL HER HUBBY
Is the Charge Brought Against Mrs.
Mohr, at Providence, Rhode
Providence, R. I., Sept. 2. Mrs.
Elizabeth T. Mohr, wife of the phy physician
sician physician who was fatally shot on an au automobile
tomobile automobile trip to Newport Tuesday
night, was arrested today, after three
negroes signed a written confession,
saying she hired them to kill the doc doctor.
tor. doctor. Denies the Charge
1 Mrs. Mohr denied the charge. She
was taken to Warren with' "the ne negroes,
groes, negroes, arraigned and held without
bail on the charge of instigating mur murder.
der. murder. Cecil V. Brown, negro, confessed.
He said Mrs. Mohr was to pay $5,000
nine days after the murder. George
Healie,-the chauffeur, was to receive
$2000 and Henfy Spellman $1000.
Healie stalled the car and the others
crept up, shot Mohr and his compan companion,
ion, companion, Miss Burger.
Bunch Held Without Bail
All four pled not guilty and were
held without bail Mrs. Mohr's at attorneys
torneys attorneys will be heard by the super superior
ior superior court here this evening on the ap application
plication application for bail for her.
A BETTER COUNTRY
DOES NOT EXIST
Summerfield Chronicle: Farmer
after farmer who visits our town,
when asked this question, "How are
the crops?" in ninety-nine out of one
hundred, this is the answer: "jCorn is
tip-top, best crop I ever made; plen-J
ty of hay and lots of cow peas. I
expect to make a big peavine hay
crop in the .fall and from present
indications the sweet potatoe crop
will be immense."
When it comes down to rock bot bottom
tom bottom facts, there is no better farm farming
ing farming country anywhere; we also have
our providential drawbacks, but any
man with judgement, backbone, work
and sufficient means to get started
can succeed here.
MORE ROAD WORK NEEDED
IN SOUTHERN MARION
Summerfield Chronicle: It now be behooves
hooves behooves our county commissioners to
do something to meet with the Sum
ter county commissioners and arrange
for connecting up the Ocala-Summer-field
road. There are two stretches
to be tmilt and much rebuilding just
north of Summerfield and repairing
the rest of the road.
There is also five miles of road un
completed between Summerfield and
Weirsdale, for which more than $1,000
has been subscribed. This piece will
shorten the central highway from
Leesburg to Ocala by four and a half
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Gommand One of the Turkish
Lines of Communication
HAVEJEVELOPED UNEXPECTED STRENGTH II! THE
' VICINITY OF RIGA
London, Sept. 2. The British pub
lic is greatly cheered by the version
of the recent heavy fighting at the
Dardanelles contained in the official
report of Sir Ian Hamilton. Sir Ian
says his forces in the northern sec
tion" of the line captured an important
tactical point commanding Buvuk and
the Annafarta valley east and north
and also made an appreciable gain
along the Australasian front.
If the British colonials now dom
inate the Annafarta valley, their guns
should have a clear field of fire upon
one of the main Turkish supply roads
leading toward Achi Baba. The
Turks, however, have another line of
communication on this part of the
Constantinople hasn't admitted the
allies' advance. A dispatch last night
from Constantinople said the allies
were repulsed with heavy loss.
The Russians are developing unex
pected strength in the north and
claim they are holding Hindenburg.
They have gained a local success near
Vilna. Various chances have been
made in Russian .commands. The most
important is the return of General
Russky to the leadership of the
GAINS FOR THE TEUTONS JN
G A LI CI A
Berlin wireless reports announce a
reversal of the Galician situation, the
result of a victorious assault, on the
Russians north of Zborow.
The English press is interested in
German promises to change tactics
of submarines and attaches considera considerable
ble considerable significance to the news that Ad Ad-miral
miral Ad-miral Von Tirpitz is taking a vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. This is interpreted as meaning
that Chancellor von Bethmann-Holl-wegg
has won a victory over his naval
colleague in the cabinet.
RUSSIANS LOST LUTSK
The capture of the minor fortress
of Lutsk, announcement of which was
made last night from "Vienna is like likely
ly likely to compel the Russians to evacuate
that portion of Galicia they still hold,
or their flank may be threatened.
Lutsk with the fortresses of Dubno
and Rovno form a fortified triangle
on Russian territory, north of the
Galician frontier. On the remainder
of the front, except in the center
where the Austro-Germans continue a
slow advance the Russians appear to
be holding their own.
The Russians have prevented the
Germans crossing the river Dvina at
Friedrichstadt, where a Cattle has
been in progress for several days.
They have arrested the German offen
sive between Friedrichstadt and the
Gulf of Riga, and are still holding
their own between Kovno and Vilna
and before Grodno.
TIME AGAINST THE TEUTONS
Military writers here believe the
Russians now stand a good chance of
winning the race for time. Autumn
rains are expected within a few weeks
and unless the Teutons gain a de decisive
cisive decisive result before then they hardly
are likely to smash the Russians.
The Teutons appear to be straining
every effort now. The Russians loss losses
es losses have been enormous and those of
the Austro-German3 have also been
SAVON A SUNK
London, Sept. 2. The British
steamer Savona, of Leith, has been
sunk. Three of the crew are miss missing.
ing. missing. MSKI) POTATOES
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
PLAIItlG FOR PfACE
POPE BENEDICT SENT A SPE SPECIAL
CIAL SPECIAL MESSAGE TO TnE
Washington, Sept. 2 Cardinal
Gibbons today presented' President
Wilson a message from the pope re regarding
garding regarding European peace. Later he
saw Secretary Lansing on the same
subject. After the White House con conference,
ference, conference, Cardinal Gibbons said he
discussed "peace with the president."
He said the submarine settlement
greatly aided the peace cause and In Indicated
dicated Indicated that he believed that peaee
negotiations would begin soon.
FOREIGN FOOTBALL TEAM
COMING TO FLORIDA
Cuban Eleven will Play Southern Col College
lege College in Tampa Dec 23 and 27
Tampa, Sept. 2. (Special to the
Star) For the first time in the his history
tory history of football, a foreign eleven will
visit this country to meet an Ameri American
can American team on its home grounds when
the Cuban Athletic Club of Havana
sends a team to Tampa to play the
Southern College eleven" January 1,
1916. Southern College will play two
games in Havana Dec. 25 and 27 pre previous
vious previous to the fray on Plant Field.
Coach W. W. Alderman, of the Blue
and White made the announcement
here today following the receipt of a
cablegram from the Havana team.
Several times, American elevens
have ventured abroad in quest of new
laurels, and the singular part is that
one of the first elevens to visit out
of this country was a Florida eleven.
The 'Gators (the University of Flor Florida)
ida) Florida) made the trip three years ago.
Monday, September 6th, 1915,
(Labor Day) being a legal holiday In
the state of Florida, the banks of this
city will be closed for business on that
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank.
BOYS OF CAMP MUCOSO
LEARNING TO SWIM f
The boys of Camp Mucoso have re recently
cently recently made some long swims in Lake
Weir. The first long swim, from the
camp to Lake Weir dock, about two
miles, was made by Marshall Cam,
Otis Green, Bob Chace, James Chace
and R. B. Bowers. Marshall Carn
then made Eastlake, three miles, Aug.
31st, Robert Connor, Edward Connor
and R. B. Bowers swam to Haskell's
dock, four miles.
The boys are now entering the con contests
tests contests for the camp prize. The con contests
tests contests close Saturday, Sept. 4th.
On next Saturday the Seaboard
Air Line will run an excursion to
Femandina, 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 $1X0 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
ILnit for Jacksonville, at $1X0. The
special features of this trip will be
the big labor day doirgs at Pablo
Beach, and Mr. John Boisseau, the
local ticket agent, is anticipating a
Lig crowd from Ocala.
OCALA EVENING STAR TITURSDA V. SEPTEMBER 2. 1913.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
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Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
In Tennessee a few days ago, $325, $325,-000
000 $325,-000 was paid for a tract of 180 acres
of phosphate land, which doesn't look
like phosphate mining is a dead in industry.
dustry. industry. Pictures of Count von Bernstorff,
German ambassador to the United
States, taken six months ago, and
those taken last week, look like a re reversal
versal reversal of the popular advertisement
"Before and after Taking." Accord According
ing According to the pictures, the ambassador
has aged ten years in ten months.
Will Varty, a newspaper man well
known in Florida, died of tuberculosis
at Saranac Lake, N. Y., Tuesday. It
was the writer's privilege to work on
the same paper with Mr. Varty in the
autumn of 1891. He was only a cub
reporter then, but was a bright young
man with a great capacity for mak making
ing making friends.
Mr. J. R. Sabiston, representing the
Inter-Southern Life Insurance Co. of
Louisville, Ky., which, under an
agreement with J. C. Luning, treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the state of Florida and the
courts of the state handling its af affairs,
fairs, affairs, is re-insuring the policyholders
of the Florida Life Insurance Com Company,
pany, Company, is in the city for the week,
making transfers of the policies here.
The Star has heard considerable
expression of opinion from people
well acquainted with the High Springs
section as to the setting free of
"Shorty" Davidson. The people up
that way had no notice that there was
any intention to pardon this thug,
and all the law-abiding citizens of
that territory are incensed athe un un-;
; un-; called for action of the pardoning
Senator Kern of Indiana warns the
president that the people of his state
think half a billion dollars for na
tional defense is too much. The Star
doubts that Senator Kern correctly
estimates the sentiment of .his state.
It he does, Indiana is populated by
2,700,000 people, mostly fools. This
country can far better expend a bil bil-,
, bil-, lion dollars on preparedness than al allow
low allow a foreign enemy on its soil a
It is stranee and sorrowful but
true that some of the leaders among
those who were trying to load the
city down with a big bond issue a
year ago, are now doing their best to
prevent the bonds voted from being
used. The people have a strong
suspicion that then, as now, the said
leaders were devoting more time and
energy to their private aims than the
The people of Fort Lauderdale
have brought themselves into unwel unwelcome
come unwelcome notice by refusing to allow a
young lady to teach in the public
school because she is a Catholic.
There is no other objection to her,
either as a teacher or a woman. The
Star is sorry to see an up-to-date
little town like Fort Lauderdale com commit
mit commit itself to such an act of religious
intolerance, and also sorry to see its
usually broadminded and progressive
friends, George Mathews,, endorse it.
The J. B. McCrary Co. has done
a great deal of work in the progres progressive
sive progressive city of St. Petersburg. And if
you want to get a certificate of good
character for the J. B. McCrary Co.
just ask the average well-informed
citizen of St. Petersburg what he
thinks of the company. The firm has
made its name synonomous with good
work and faithful adherence to con contracts
tracts contracts in that section.
The letter from the attorney gen
eral of Kansas, which appears else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, confirms what the Star thought
when it saw the report of the state
ment attributed toMiim. Florida pa
pers should be sure of their ground
before they criticise officials of other
states for making such wild remarks.
It doesn't seem reasonable on its
face that the attorney general of
Kansas should make such a state
The Germans claim they have an
nihilated the Russian army. Anni
hilated means that nothing is left.
Today's dispatches indicate that either
nothing or something is giving the
Germans considerable trouble on their
eastern front. All claims by one side
of damage to its enemy have needed
considerable discount ever since ac
counts of battles began to be "given,
and German claims are no exception.
We Americans are some liars our
selves, but the probability is that we
are as truthful as anybody.
Our inland naval experts have
mostly made up their minds that all
that is necessary to a defense of our
coasts is olentv of submarines. One
of the best submarines in the Ger
man navy is at the Dardanelles, yet
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance .80
the allied fleets operate there in com comparative
parative comparative safety. A powerful fleet of
warships could attack almost any
point on our"coast and land troops in
spite of all the submarines in the
world unless they were either sup supported
ported supported by battleships, cruisers and
torpedo boats, or operating in the
zone of fire from forts. A submarine
doesn t dare to remain on the sur surface
face surface or even keep its periscope ex exposed
posed exposed when torpedo boats or swift
cruisers are in its vicinity..
MEETING OF THE OCALA
A special meeting of the stockhol
ders of the Ocala Transportation
Company was held last night in the
Board of Trade rooms with about
25 business men present. All of them
were stockholders in the company and
a dozen were among the heaviest
shippers of the city and the best pat patrons
rons patrons of the boat line from Jackson
ville to Silver Springs.
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade acted as secretary of the meet
ing and Mr. Ed Carmichael chairman
Mr. Carmichael stated that the ob
ject of the meeting was to talk over
the lack of financial and shipping
support of the line and to devise
some means of remedying both.
He stated that the gross earnings
of the boat line for the past month
had not equaled the expenses of each
trip; that with a capacity of 60 tons
to the trip and three trips per week,
the boat was making two trips per
week and last week he had annulled
one oz tnose, and tne cargoes ran
from seven to ten tons.
He stated that 20 tons to the trip
would enable tne boat line to make a
little money, after paying all ex expenses,
penses, expenses, including the $150 per month
paid at the Jacksonville end for ter terminals,
minals, terminals, warehouse, loading and cler clerical
ical clerical work.
Mr. Carmichael stated he had to
use his own private means and in income
come income of late to meet the necessary
expenses of the line and the company
was unable to borrow money on its
own note at the banks and some ar arrangement
rangement arrangement had to be made to meet
the temporary shortage till money
could come in.
Mr. Carmichael said that if the lack
of patronage of the shipping public
and the lack of-confidence in the line
at the banks was a personal matter
or personal feeling against him, he
would get out and let some other
man take charge of the line. The
gentlemen present assured Mr. Car
michael that such was not the case
and he was the proper man for the
A list of the merchants who do not
patronize the line at all and who
have no stock in it was called for and
given by Mr. Carmichael, and another
lisl of stockholders who ship little
or no goods by the line.
One of the heaviest shippers of the
city and by far the heaviest patron of
the line is the firm of Mclver & Mac
Kay. Mr. Mclver stated the firm was
making -money on their shipments.
That it was getting everything it re
ceived, except brick, by the boat line
and made it a condition with the ship shippers
pers shippers that goods must be routed that
way and where they "were not, charg charged
ed charged the different in freight back to
them and made them pay it. Some
of the merchants complained that it
was well nigh impossible to have their
goods come by the boat line from
certain houses and points, but Mr.
Mclver said if they did as his house
did they would have no trouble.
Mr. Mclver said that the saving on
freights was so great that they had
to get out new cost and selling sheets
and in marking up goods the differ difference
ence difference in saving was very noticeable,
and he would not quit the line or go
back to the railroads for anything.
Mr. Wheeler, of the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company, said his firm had
practically all of its goods come by
the boat line and that the company
had estimated that its $500 stock
subscription in the line had already
paid for itself in savings in freight.
For immediate relief to the finan financial
cial financial condition of the line and until
the anticipated increase in tonnage
will not only enable the line to be
self-sustaining but pay the loan back,
a note was authorized made for $500
for 90 days and bankers present
stated that it would be satisfactory,
and for its security five of the best
men in the city, financially speaking,
and heavy shippers on the line, agreed
to" endorse it and stand responsible
for its payment, if the boat line
should never do so.
The faith of the few, the satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory way their freight is handled and
the big saving in freight would, it
seem, convince the skeptical that the
line is a success if they will just give
it their patronage.
It would look like, however, that
many of the merchants do not really
want a lower freight rate for Ocala,
that they are perfectly satisfied with
the exorbitant freight rates charged
them by the railroads and want to
continue to pay into their treasuries
and to contribute to the support of
the Jacksonville wholesale houses,
who enjoy the low freight rates that
we can never hope to enjoy, without
loyal support of the Oklawaha river
Now then, Mr. Shipper of Ocala, its
up to you. The few loyal shippers of
the line cannot keep it going forever
and you'll have to come in while the
water i3 fine or the project will fall
through and the railroads and Jack
sonville wholesale merchants will
have the laugh on you, and say, "I i
told you so." i
Mr. Jake Brown uses the line for J
part of his shipments. He said it was j
a paying proposition and when one
saved a clean five dollars on each fifty
sacks of sugar or corn it was worth j
The Banner and the Star are get-'
ting all of their good3 by the line j
with a saving, drayage included, of j
exactly fifty per cent on most of their
After much discussion a plan was
hit on to solicit new business and dif different
ferent different men present took the names
of certain merchants whom they were
to see and try to induce to patronize i
the line. As the line is not a public j
carrier, but a mutual artair, hauling
only the goods of its stockholders,
the committees were authorized to
offer these merchants a share of
stock of $100 on the payment of $10
down, when they were to begin ship
ping their goods via the boat line and
if at the end of six months they were
not satisfied they need not finish pay paying
ing paying for the stock or patronize the
The shippers who are now pat patronizing
ronizing patronizing the line were importuned
and promised to ship more of their
goods that way and methods will be
taken to obviate the difficulties in
routing goods that way and in deliv delivering
ering delivering at Jacksonville to the Weisen Weisen-field
field Weisen-field Warehouse Company, who care
for and load the freight at Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. These people have a first class
dock and warehouse, convenient and
safe, and all goods delivered to them
are fully insured while in their care.
The stockholders of the company
are to meet again next Wednesday
night and report on the results of
Let each stockholder and shipper
try to induce his neighbor to route
his shipments that way.
Unless this line is kept alive all of
the work that has gone before will
be set at naught and the prospects of
deepening the Oklawaha will be lost;
and Ocala, as an interior point and
a wayside station will go on forever
paying three-fifths of the freight
from Jacksonville to Ocala for 100
miles that is charged from New York
to this point, 1500 miles.
Its too early to exult, but the sen sentiments
timents sentiments credited to Germany by Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Bernstorff, is regard to the
warfare of submarines on passenger
ships, look like a diplomatic victory
for the United States; also, like a
long step by Germany on the return
to the rules of civilized warfare.
There is reason to believe that Ger
many is going to make a move for
peace in the next few weeks and de desires
sires desires the United States to act as
mediator. No doubt, President Wilson
will go as far as he properly can in
this direction. But he can't go far
unless his advances are welcomed by
the allies. That he will try to bring
any pressure to bear on the nations
at war, or that the people of America
are willing for him to do so, is out of
The shooting of that incendiary
scoundrel and triple traitor, Orozco,
by a posse of border ranchmen and U.
S. troopers, near El Paso Monday,
will please all Americans, and goes to
prove that the border people can take
care of themselves if the government
will only turn them loose. Orozco
first came into notice as one of the
adherents of Madero. Then he start started
ed started a revolt against Madero, and has
changed sides half a dozen times
since. At the time he was killed, he
was plotting a wholesale raid with
his fellow bandits on American ter territory.
ritory. territory. ST. LEO COLLEGE
Saint Leo, Sept. 2. This college is
situated in Pasco county, five miles
west of Dade City, and is conducted
by the Fathers of the Order of St.
In June 1889 a charter was secur secured
ed secured granting all powers possessed by
any other college in the state. How However,
ever, However, it was not till September, 1800,
that class work could begin. From
then until now there has been a con continual
tinual continual stream of students to its doors.
Full instruction is given in the clas classics,
sics, classics, and commercial education is not
neglected. The pioneer student of
St. Leo's is now a leading contractor
and builder in New York City. Others
are newspaper editors, engineers, doc doctors,
tors, doctors, lawyers and many are account accountants
ants accountants for large commercial houses. All
attest to the thoroughness of the
teaching body, to the whole?ome
moral training and last, but not least,
to the anxious care always exerted by
the faculty to make the boys healthy
and keep them so.
St. Leo's does not cater to the rich
of the North. It was established for
Florida boys and that's why Florida
has always given its support and
made the college the first of the
South. It is the only Catholic Ioard Ioard-ing
ing Ioard-ing school for boys and young men
in the state. The next term opens
on the 15th of September. An illus illustrated
trated illustrated and descriptive catalogue will
be mailed free on application to the
From the Sky
By ROY L. McCARDELL
Copyrizht. 1 915. by Roy L. McCardell
(Continued from L.ast SVeeK;
An Idol Adorned and Despoiled.-
TTTV T'OYKI) by the b'-po that renew-
lfv n -i;tln with her nsy
1 A 11
t r i miirht tfiid
II.. -ar to
parted that idirht with
6lie was accompanied by Quabba,
j iiow Ler iaithful attendant, and the
bulieuly insistent Luke Ivt-ll. It was
j a sad return of their striken iueen to
the grievinir Romany pe .pie.
Ilaar re onized the yypsies as pyp pyp-sies,
sies, pyp-sies, but he called on the names of
those Ion;r departed, indudhii; the name
of her dead husband. Matt Harding,
whom she evidently deemed was alive
and threatening her. For when she
spoke his name it was in jrriui revolt
and with bitter maledictions.
That ni-rht gual.ba slept with his
monkey leside him at the threshold of
llagar's van. Inside list her had sunk
in exhausted slumber on her eot beside
the fever dream ntllicted Ilajrar. Quab-'
ba's light s!u:nlar was broken by the
crunching of a pebble leneath n heavy
foot. Quabba roused and drew hi
knife, and the menacing flcureof Luke
Lovell flunk back from the accusative
moonlight into the shadows and was
seen no more.
That night at this same hour Arthur
Stanley, a fugitive and a wanderer, a
stranger In a strange land, by his
smoldering earn pure in a far western
desert, dreamed a wild dream that
roused him with a shriek. lie saw the
fear struck face of list her and near
her the sinister Luke Lovell. with
his great gnarled hands stretched as
though to clutch and crush her.
One who is in society in Richmond
may forget unpleasant things in a
ceaseless round of new frivolities.
Mrs. Burton Randolph returned from
her stay in Fairfax to find her friends
In an attitude of delighted commisera commiseration
tion commiseration towanl her. She confided to her
dearest friends that her life seemed
fated to be one of turmoil and tragdy.
But instead "of finding herself pitied
in society in Richmond Mrs. Randolph
found herself envied as a social hero heroine
ine heroine in these "delightfully dreadful af
So as the beautiful wistaria was em empurpling
purpling empurpling her house and grounds Mrs.
Burton "Randolph announced a wlsta-.
ria fete, and all Richmond society was
nervonsly expectant of more delight delightfully
fully delightfully dreadful occurrences.
But. although the wistaria fete was
a wondrously brilliant affair, accord according
ing according to'tlie society columns of the Rich Richmond
mond Richmond papers, no untoward event oc occurred
curred occurred to mar the pleasure of the day,
somewhat to the disappointment of so society.
ciety. society. Blair Stanley, with plenty of money,
but keeping se lululy away from Mr.
Abe Bloom's temple of chance, turned
up In Richmond in pursuit of Vivian
Marston. with whom he was still In Infatuated.
fatuated. Infatuated. He knew the risk he took,
for It was evident some one in Rich Richmond
mond Richmond had so ured from Al Bloom the
chek that, besides K'ing wortlJess,
had the fatal print of his thumb uin
it. For the photograph of this check
and thumb print, together with photo photographs
graphs photographs of his thumb prints taken from
Dr. Lee's study, had Ikcii in the los los-session
session los-session of Ha gar Harding when he had
struck her down.
But such was his fierce passion for
the luxurious and leautlful Vivian
Marston that Blair walked In the shad shadow
ow shadow of death for her sake.
Ho intimated as much to her when
he had led her aside !eneath the bow-
tit : ' V :
"I have gone to the foot of the gallows
for you, Vivian!"
er of the purple lIooms at his cous cousin's
in's cousin's wi-Tr.ria fete. "I have -.-one to the
foot of tin callows-for you, Vivian!
he w hi : e 1 to her.
For he ta!izc 1 that this leautiful,
lani'or.Mjs woman was one to whom an
uneru- u'.ous and desperate dcd would
np-ieal. He felt that she. too. had a
Iast and that in wh kediies they were
well iiKitehid. and for that the deier-
u., --- T ... .:v.u ill
i' fif"" ir ii " ' ii ,1
;te I'.!:iir lov-d her all the more.
IVj lo. .lf Vivian Murstmi h-i1 ILa
j-ered in Ii; ,;n-nd. IM.liiii: an exist existence
ence existence that I'lmtiiiik-al nnd -ratlin?
t h-r In tin- v:i; i.l r.-traint. a she
deemed tin 'h. if -.inv iiti.ii:il southern
s'K-f.nl rfri -tiv-:. IIr one strong, e-
ger. coni"eliin.r desire, a desire that
held L-r iu provincial KkhLcoud, was
her dt.-ire for a star her dt-iit for the
I diamond frii: the ky.
I Un iu all its lilailn-.: magnificence 1
I It hiul .-jrti.e ujii her 1.. ist. Vivian
Marston lonped to sixain hold and i"!-
j sess the diamond. Her thoughts were
dreams were l-iinht like jrnlj and red s
fc?he had heard Its try and knew
that, after Arthur. Blair was next In
claim fr Its iossesslon.
Vivian .wank her head um lllair's
breast l-eneath the wistaria ltigh. Fhe
tempted him with languorous glance
and allurln? lips. "Get and cive me
the diamond ami I wi'l le yours,' she
t '1 V.
Applies the Drrl G:sa to the Bcni
Over Kero Lsd.
whTspercd. And Blair, ran h js ho had
loupe 1 for the .iwei himself,
now loured for thN woman.
I shall. neer vt tl'.l I jret It for
you!"' he r;;!".ed lierivly. And he
would have !;!: i lu-r t seal the con contract,
tract, contract, but she drew heis-f fr mi hN
arms, and la' knew that her -;r'.;ses
hvciv only to le piirehae 1 I y Hie dl-i-
mnd. bo the pri e of the !iaiiwnd
lives. siti!s or lnnor.
But the Inxuri a:s mid viva' i .us Viv Vivian
ian Vivian was a pra -ti' al iK'rsa. sli ui i
lit do ond ujMMi tiu I out. utt ir. if ties ties-Itei
Itei ties-Itei ato, eli"t s .' a l r ..o t si-cnn-Joi
her tii.' v'.'.i I' l. r t'e-'.v.
'he -t.ns;: lel lh. !:; i. and
equally :ii: r I.r.n h, II To the
;.!. iiiMhiJ A'.ir and I. aae she
onti.le l the j.i..: ii.ii- ry f th. !":. !":.-luond
luond !":.-luond 1 toe .'.;. : ;ii o i It ? real
I'roi i Idair
ir. n'cv a
ill of !i-
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y. :.s they
jut i toru
" J Iw i"J:;a.'.i i
i all it i
i. t t I S1.
(Continued on Third Page)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Standard Railroad of the South
Tickets on sale for all regu regular
lar regular trains September 4th, and,
morning trains September 5th.
Limited to leave Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 9:30 p. m., September
For information or tickets
M. R. WILLIAMS, C. T. A.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
- V. ; : j I VI
- ? -, x J
B ROUND ocala
W TRIP JACKSONVILLE
MONDAY, SEPT- Sth,
Elaborate Labor Day Program Arranged at Tablo Beach. Govern Governor
or Governor Park Trammell will address the multitudes. There will be Auto,
Motorcycle and Bicycle Races. The features of the day will be a
100-yard dash foot race for ladies. Dancing day and night. Fire
works at night.
Tickets on sale for all regular trains September Cth. Good re re-turning
turning re-turning to and including September 9th. V
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A., JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A
Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Florida.
Vvfe canhelp yoxx have
Beautiful Teetk and HlIi?
Take care of your teeth you use them" often.
Besides, bad teeth lead to many nervous disor disorders
ders disorders and stomach troubles. A clean mouth and
teeth add zest tothe appetite and aid digestion: it
is a joy to yourself and politness demands it.
You will find just what you want in our splen splendid
did splendid line of tooth brushes, pastes and powders.
4nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE
Broadway and 14th StreeL Union Square
NEW YORK CITY
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
.American and European Plans.
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
White Star Line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR KENT LIGHT AND HEAVY
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
RL Rer. Abhott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile Easfof San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND GOMMERGIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS.
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE. EXPRESS and y
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE :
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915 i
This is our
HOFFMAN f I FI ? S
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
ii can not wear or tear. Call and see
it da the woik
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
American Plan, $2 per Day.
European Elan $1 per Day
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
. Baggage Service
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.
HER OTHER SELF Two-reel
CHARLIE CHAPLIN Essanay
THE HEART OF AN" ACTRESS
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the meresi. trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice &. Packing Co.
STANDARD RAILHOAD OF THE SOUTH
MONDAY, SEPT. 5TH
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.
ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Most 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 undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address. SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re received
ceived received from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
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ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar 9
ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, q
reliable, gentle and valuable
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught It is z medicine of known merit Seventy-fie
years of splendid success proves its value. Good for
young and old. For-sale everywhere. Price 2i cents.
BAD TASTE AND
Is in evidence when you wear -a soiled Palm Beach suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to clean them on short notice at a reasonable prk-e, there therefore
fore therefore there's no need for wearing them in a soPed condition. We
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing away with the hard
wear caused by machinery. Only soft water used. Call phone 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit
IPERUL 8TE1 LAUNDRY
Advertise in the Star.
10:30, FIVE AND -TEX CENTS
ILLE and Return
AST LB WE
J, G. KIRKLAND, D.P.A
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any item3 for this
Thought for the Day
The light heart is the happy heart.
Cheerfulness wins friends wherever
it goes. A smile will move the stern sternest
est sternest nature. Do not give up on ac account
count account of adversities and misfortune
soar with hope above them all. Be
just as persistent in being cheerful
as you are in having your own way.
L. M. Child.
Complimenting Mrs. Frederick M.
Hudson of Miami, Mrs. T. S. Tran Tran-tham
tham Tran-tham of Tallahassee, was the hostess
at an elegantly appointed high noon
buffet luncheon today at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Mrs. Trantham assisted by Mrs.
Hudson and Mrs. Bullock received the
guests with cordial informality, Mrs.
Bullock inviting them to the punch
bowl which was placed in the recep reception
tion reception hall, where refreshing mint
punch was served by the hostesses
sister, Miss Musie Bullock and cousin,
Miss Virginia Sistrunk. The guests
were invited for 11 o'clock and as
they assembled they were placed at
prettily decorated tables, four per persons
sons persons being seated at each table, made
dainty and most attractive with pret pretty
ty pretty linen, silver and cut glass. These
tables were placed in the dining room,
parlor and library, the rooms being
resplendent with a soft morning glow
from many shaded lights and banks
of trailing pink vine and asparagus
fern elaborately draped over the
snow curtains and in- vases placed
about and on the mantles. At the
piano Miss Gertie Peyser presided,
rendering her most pleasing melodies.
Serving the delicious and daintily pre prepared
pared prepared luncheon were Misses Mary
Warren Hudson, Catherine Strunk,
Mildred Bullock and Musie Bullock,
gowned in pretty white summer
dresses with pink ribbons and flow flowers.
ers. flowers. The menu consisted of fruit cock cocktail,
tail, cocktail, chicken salad, wafers, pickles,
Saratoga chips, French peas in rame ramekins
kins ramekins and sandwiches, pineapple sher sherbet,
bet, sherbet, mints and cherries. The serving
plates were garnished with pink bud
and asparagus ferns. Following this
was several beautiful musical num numbers
bers numbers rendered by Mrs. Hudson and
Miss Musie Bullock. Mrs. Hudson
possesses a wonderfully rich con contralto
tralto contralto voice and has added greatly to
the success of the many delightful
social affairs given in her honor dur during
ing during her short visit to our city. Her
selections this morning were very
beautiful, as were also those of Miss
Bullock, whose voice gave great
pleasure to her sister's guests upon
this delightful occasion. Seated at
the five tables were Mrs. Hudson,
Mrs. E. L. Carney Mrs. Mamie Howse
Stovall, Mrs. J. R. Dewey, Mrs.
George Nash, Mrs. J. II. Strunk, Mrs.
S. E. Waterman, Mrs. Charles Pey Peyser,
ser, Peyser, Mrs. P. J. Theus, Mrs. Geo. J.
Blitch, Mrs. L. A. Sheppard, Mrs. C.
W. Hunter, Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, Miss Josie Williams,
Miss Gertie Peyser, Miss Virginia
Sistrunk, Miss Annie Davis, Miss
Kathleen Jackson and Miss Marshall.
Mr. Jack Mcintosh will leave next
week for Colorado Springs to join his
brother, Mr. George Mcintosh, who
has been making his home in that
city. Mr. Mcintosh. will be away for
some time and may be joined in the
early spring by his mother and sis sisters
ters sisters for an indefinite visit.
Mr. Wiley Burford left this morn morning
ing morning for Jacksonville to meet his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Robert Allen Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford and little daughter Virginia,
who will arrive tomorrow from Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Mrs. T. S. Trantham, after a visit
of several months here and with
friends at Lake WTeir, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for her home in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Howard Clark and little
daughter will leave tomorrow for
Chicago for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Shephard. She will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Misses Nina and Nettie
Camp, who will spend some time as
the guests of their aunt, Mrs. F. E.
Futch and family.
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier is spending a
few days at Evinston the guest of her
niece, Miss Helen McRae. She will
also visit another niece, Mrs. C. L.
Richardson at Webster and her son,
Mr. John Bouvier en route home.
Mrs. B. B. Barco arrived yesterday
from Clearwater for a short visit to
her sister, Mrs. L. J. Knight, en
route to Gainesville, where she will
witness the marriage of her son, Mr.
Ernest T. Barco to Miss Lucile Glass
on the 14th.
Mrs. J. H. Livingston Sr. returned
yesterday afternoon from her annual
summer visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Beattie A. Inglis and family in Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala.
Mrs. Edward Holder has gone to
French Lick Springs, Ind., for a
months stay. En route home Mrs.
Holder will visit relatives in Cincin Cincinnati.
Mrs. E. M. Howard expects to leave
Sunday afternoon for a visit to her
husband's father, Dr. H. C. Howard
and family in Champaign, 111.
Miss Noux Duprey, a charming
young lady from Tampa, who has
been visiting friends at Mcintosh,
department, call 'phone 106)
nas sioppeu in ucaia on ner way i
home, and is the guest of Miss Evola
1 rf"V 1
; For Their Neighbors
The hardest housekeeping in the
world is the housekeeping that people
1 do for their neighbors. Half the
; troubles we have are caused by wor wor-!
! wor-! rying about what people think. What
difference does it make what they
: think, anyway? No one can live his
own life and two or three other peo peo-1
1 peo-1 pie's lives besides. What's the use
of setting up housekeeping on the
roof or on the outside walls for the
benefit of the neighbors? You would
rightly be judged insane if you sug suggested
gested suggested anything of the kind, and that
is practically what half the people do.
They can't do this because the neigh neighbors
bors neighbors would talk, and they can't do
that because the neighbors wonder if
they could not afford to do something
else. They may not say it in so many
words, but they mean it, and it is
simuly a great big vacuum in some of
our natures where moral courage
ought to be. Half the sting of pover poverty
ty poverty or small means is gone when one
keeps house for himself and not for
his neighbors. Punta Gorda Herald.
We think the foregoing a good re reply
ply reply to the all absorbing question be being
ing being asked by the Home Economic
Committee of the Florida Federa Federation.
tion. Federation. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a visit to relatives at Mic Mic-anopy.
anopy. Mic-anopy. Mr. Moore will return in a
few days, but Mrs. Moore will proba probably
bly probably remain in Micanopy for a month.
Miss Sue Moore, one of Ocala's
most fascinating and popular young
ladies, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Bryan Walker. Miss Moore has a
number of friends in Gainesville who
are always glad to welcome her
among them. Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. J. E. Johnson and little daugh daughters
ters daughters will leave tomorrow night for
Swainsbqrough Ga., to visit her sis sister,.
ter,. sister,. Mrs. J. II. McClendon and family
for some time.
Mr. W. W. Clyatt is expected home
today from Franklin, N. C. Mrs.
Clyatt will remain some time longer.
m m m
One of the very jolliest of the many
picnics of the summer season was
that of last evening when Misses
Kathleen Jackson, Annie Davis, Ethel
Haycraft, Tommy Standley, Leslie
Jackson, Margaret Jackson, Messrs.
Bethel Gallagher, Herbert Counts,
Edward Tucker, Pete Mcintosh, Bruce
Meffert and T. D. Lancaster Jr.
motored down to Silver Springs early
in the afternoon in time to enjoy an
hour's swimming, after which a
splendid picnic supper was served
and fun ran riot until near 10 o'clock.
On returning to town all the young
ladies remained at Miss Jackson's
for the night and the "slumber"
party that followed was anything but
what the name implies, but the fun
enjoyed was worth the living to tell
and this morning found a bevy of
sleepy-eyed young maidens to tell of
the various good times and jokes
played on each other.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey received
a message this morning conveying
the sad news of the illness of their
daughter, Mrs. Mobley at Norman
Park, Ga. Mrs. Mobley was formerly
Miss Errol Bailey and has a score of
friends who will regret to hear of her
FROM REV. W. II. COLEMAN
Lake Butler, Sept. 1.
Thinking that a few lines might
be of interest to your readers, I will
say that the health of my family is
fine. My health and strength is the
best in ten years.
We have just closed a two weeks
meeting. Part preaching done by
Rev. John Mullady and part by my myself.
self. myself. At the beginning of the meet meeting
ing meeting I said we ought to have about ten
additions. We had twenty-nine addi additions.
tions. additions. The peculiarity of these 'addi 'additions
tions 'additions were that the greatest number
of them were men. Monday night
there were ten additions, all adults
and eight of the ten were men. The
attendance was large and the inter interest
est interest fine. Five were added before the
meeting, thus making thirty-four add added
ed added in the last few weeks.
Our Sunday school has gradually
grown in the six months we have liv lived
ed lived here. The first -average only 22
or 23 and last Sunday we had 90.
But of, course we do not expect to be
able just yet, to hold the school up to
Our Junior C. E. is also doing fine
A $15,000 addition is now being
added to the Lake Butler school build building.
ing. building. Last year they had eleven
teachers and 364 pupils. The addition additional
al additional four rooms will allow the enlarge enlargement
ment enlargement of the school and entrance of
pupils which were crowded out last
The crops in this section are very
fine. There are many fine. hogs and
the cattle are in the finest condition
that I have seen for cattle running at
large on the commons. Cotton pick picking
ing picking is the order of the day. I know
of but one vacant house in town.
Yours truly, W. II. Coleman.
Ocala's second team will play the
Citra team tomorrow.
(Continued from Page Two)
from 'your m k ly tin hii U of an
un-evu iLW-f. iLv lii-ut of Mrs. Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph bail." said A Ik tt'ouiu. tin j:aui j:aui-Mer.
Mer. j:aui-Mer. "Tbe rhaines are a hundred to
one It 1 still hidden In this town.
Whoever stole it will want uwuvy ou
it. That's reasonable enough to as assume.
sume. assume. It will turn up."
"It 1th enough to make a man put a
thine In hith wlnduwth thaying lligh lligh-eth
eth lligh-eth Pritheth Paid For Big Dlamondth
and No Questiouths Athked. remark remarked
ed remarked Mr. Ike Bloom, who li-ped when he
was excited, and excited he was when
he heard the romantic history of the
diamond from the sky and lt price.
But especially did its price excite him.
"It shan't thllp through my handth
again If I get hold of It." he added.
I wouldn't lent it to the queen of
Thpaln." And as he ald this he gave
his brother's "lady friend" from New
York, as he called her, a meaning
"Let bygones be bygones r Ale
Bloom snarled at his brother. "VI
didn't lose It on purpose. I have tele telephoned
phoned telephoned for Tom Blake, whom I con consider
sider consider the smartest detective in this
country. He does what you pay him
to do and keeps his mouth shut. If
the diamond Is In Richmond Blake will
"In a few moments the suave and ret reticent
icent reticent Mr. Blake arrived. Placed In pos possession
session possession of all the facts the Blooms and
Vivian could give him, he remarked
that he would do his best, and the first
and last meeting of the syndicate to
find the diamond from the sky broke
up and the detective departed.
lie was followed shortly afterward
by Miss Marston of New York, whose
Richmond society friends would have
been shocked beyond expression did
they know she paid an occasional se secret
cret secret visit to the establishment of. Abe
Meanwhile where Is the diamond
from the sky? It Is not a pearl to be
cast before swine, nor Is It fated to
remain the tinsel plaything of a negro
lad who Is a herder of swine.
In the frayed and dirty dress suit,
all the dirtier for Its Jail stains, Mr.
Strap McGee makes across country,
cursing his luck. He pauses by a pig
pen to play a grim and Intensely prac practical
tical practical Joke on a negro boy bent over
the sty. Mr. Strap McGee picks up a
barrel stave and applies it to the per person
son person of the bent over negro lad.
Then Mr. McGee notes the boy, in
sudden paly and fright, has dropped
some bauble plaything Into the swill of
the swine, Mr. McGee Is not fastidi fastidious,
ous, fastidious, lie fishes out the bauble.
It is the diamond from the sky!
And it looks good to Mr. McGee, and
he flees with It at his best speed, fol followed
lowed followed by a shower of rocks from the
colored pig boy, bereftof the sparkling
thing he found In an owl's ne&u
Richmond Is not far away, and Mr.
8 trap McGee has some loose change
he won at gaming in the Jail. lie pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds to Imbibe, biding his time to dis dispose
pose dispose of the bauble hidden in his rags.
But when he drops Into the curio
shop, opium den joss house maintained
by Chinese acquaintances, his tipsy
vanity impels him to show the bauble
to the crafty Hung Li, priest, den
keeper and tong leader.
It is a fatal thing to do, for lucic has
been bad with Hung Li and his friends.
The police have closed their gambling
joint and shut down on opium smok smoking.
ing. smoking. Hung Li believes that tbe god of
the sky, the great god Lung, needs
propitiating, and then he will bring
back good luck In plenty.
lias word .from the diamond from
the sky traveled to China and back?
The efflgy of the great god Lung is In
its sanctuary In the next room, and
Lung is the god of the sky. The body
of a strangled tramp is dropped through
a trap door, and the diamond from. the
sky Is hung about the neck of the great
This night Mrs. Burton Randolph
would a slumming go. Blair and Miss
Marston are all the little partf, and
Tom Blake, the detective. Is to be their
guide. A significant glance of caution
and silence passes between the de detective
tective detective and Miss Marston when they
The Chinese quarter, with Its Joss
house, is the first place they visit. The
wily Hung Li wishes no visitors to the
inner sanctuary of his Joss, the great
god Lung, but Blake will not be de denied.
nied. denied. lie says his friends have come espe especially
cially especially to burn Incense for good luck
before the great god Lung. And so
they enter the sanctuary and behold
on the breast of Lung the diamond
from the sky!
Detective as he Is, and, possessing
great and evil powers In the eyes of
Hung LL Blake and his friends are
forced from the place. The ladles.
Mrs. Randolph again in a "state of
nerves," are sent home, and Blake
from the nearest telephone summons
Abe Bloom and his brother.
Meanwhile an English lawyer has ar arrived
rived arrived at the Randolph house seeking
Blair Stanley. "Determined upon his
quest, the lawyer gets directions and
arrives at the Joss house. Hung Li
and his confreres will have none of
the London lawyer.
But the exasperated Marmaduke
Smythe will not be denied. He 'says
he knows the persons he Is searching
for are Inside this beastly Chinese
Here now he is, re-enforced by the
excited and monev rrofferine Abraham
and Isaac Bloom and the equally ur urgent
gent urgent but more elf controlled private
detective, Tom Blake.
The investing allies, English. Irish
and Hebrew, surge in upon the in intrenched
trenched intrenched Chinese.- The struggle of the
invaders to gain the sanctuary and get
for money or by force the diamond
from the sky I now at Its fiercest.
But all the while a desperate man is
climbing the fire escape at the back
of the Chinese den. He has noted a
curtain draped window behind the Joss.
A crash of glass is heard within.
The frenzied Hung Li breaks from
i the invaders and rushes into the sanc
tuary, followed by the other Chinese,
tbe two Bloom, the detective and the
A hand through the broken glass be behind
hind behind the idol ha torn the diamond
from the fky from the neck and breast
I of the great gl Lung. With a demo demo-i
i demo-i nlac scream the frenzied Hung Li
nt-vu v uinex? swum HI ine
foot of the Idol and nims a swift blow
at the disapieariii;r hand.
Woe and !ad Iuk forever for the on-
a ui luiiaii iiu j i -i i no riimTxr rt-t j
mUsed the desi-ilin- white hand nmli
has severed the head of the creat cod
. 1 1 e Kreai l?oa
Another I.ih In excited frenzy and
down ovmes the burning altar llcht.
and the flimsy furnishings of the sane-
tuary and the whole den Itself are a
ronring Maze of fire'
(Continued Next "Week;
A CASE OF NEED
Mi. Edward Kohse, living near
Summerfield, with his wife on 20
acres of land recently purchased
there, had his house destroyed by fire,
together with everything in the
world that he possessed on the 22nd
of this month. Mr. Kohse is in dire
need of assistance, and anyone wish-
ing to help him and his family can
communicate with this
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel
ings caused by biliousness and consti-!
pation, when relief is so easily had
nu at so mue expense, rars. unas.
i-eeK, oates, .t writes: "About a
year ag I jsed 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 ha3
probably some mineral under it. The
title is clear and all taxes paid. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Box COG, 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.
aizzy speiis ana other symptoms de
A T A. 1 1 1
noung a xorpia liver ana a disorder
ed condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,
writes Miss Uiara A. Driggs, Elba, N,
Y. Obtainable everywhere.
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
tv Refreshing. 3
and FLAT SHEETS
AH Forms of Metal
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville.
Sold-bj the Ocala Lumber and
if '! i
t FLORIDA WOMAN TELLS
, Ft.Mym.FU. "Your 'Golden Med
eal Discovery and Favorite Prescript
tion are my mother
, Cy. nerve medicines. la
'. t J i;!my own experience
-A jwith both, they eer-
i t xmly were ail Ihst
Iwas needed to bring
n- 'a' fSZV.- jabout what was -de-
VlKZWl?1- I sperms
i m t
fron? indigestion, bo
' .t , muct 80 M 10 bf000?
very tlun and pale, and grew weak and
listless, with very little ambition to be
about the house. I was told by a physi-
rian that the dtTarpmrnt of my nervouj
sys.cm was the cause of the dyspepsia,
" Nf0?11 I took the 'Favorite Pre-
senption alone nad it relieved my neiT-
juua wawuun ana apprenension ana pre pre-pared
pared pre-pared me for the trying ordeal of mothcr mothcr-;
; mothcr-; hood, relieving me of its many distressing
i features. I hop-; other women looking
f orwani to motherhood may profit by
j my testimony, not only to give them com
i fort but to ptrengrhen them for the nursing
VT10 M itujaa rt-
j tT. ,r- .
hegtiS We ?oOT
manufacture noiuTshing blood. It ha
a tonic effect and soon enables the stooac i
heart to pert onn their functions La a
! SStaid. 7
j Contains neither alcohol nor narcotics,
ingredients are made public sad
rf?v Aw tf )rmica on wrapper, it s a pure ailcca ailcca-oiiice.
oiiice. ailcca-oiiice. aw u j tlvg cx tract made with glycerine froea
native roots ana lerbs.
Sold by medicine dealers in GqxIJ ct
tablet fcirm, or send 50 cents to Dr.
Pierce's Invalids Hotel, BuSalo, If. Y
for a trial box of tablets.
Dr. Ilerce'a I lea&ant Pellets EXO t2J
original little liver Pills, rhese tiay.
sugar-coated, aru-bihous granules iaf
siuJiv: and the essiert to take
A Crabby Story
At a recent church social a
young man, sitting out with a
nice girl, could find nothing to
S3y, so he makes the following
(He) "Do you like crabs?"
(He) "Does your papa like
(He) "Does your mama like
(She) "I think so."
(He) "Your brother, does
he like crabs."
(She) "I have no brother,
(He) "Well, if you had a
brother, do you suppose he
would like crabs?"
He must have been buying
crabs at v
Fresh Sea Food Place at Hoz&n'a
PHONE NO. 9
STUDIO WILL REOPETJ
Miss Ethel Haycraft, 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
WILBUR' V.-C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGETS BLOCK, OCALA
"Go North by Sea"
MERCHANTS i MINERS TRAIiS.CO
" New Yorlx
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
II. C AVERY, AGENT
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Oilier
Contractor in the dty.
OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.
SYNOPSIS OF THE GAME LAWS
Capt. J. D. Young left yesterday
for a business trip through the north.
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
8-2-tf Lattner's Hano Store.
Mr. R. B. Bullock is spending today
in Jacksonville on professional bus business.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. W. E. McArthur, a prominent
citizen of Montbrook, was in town
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
When Harry Peter's burro has
three small boys on his back, the only
thing that mars the little animal's
content is that he hasn't back enough
for a fourth.
' We have a few of the famous Shu
mate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
We have just received our new ; 1. The title to all wild birds and
bean seed for the fall planting; all s pamo is vested in the various coun coun-varieties.
varieties. coun-varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf -ties of the state.
2. The following only are game
Mrs. John M. Thompson returned birds: Swan, geese, brant, ducks, rail,
today from a visit of several months coots, mud hens, Gallinulas, shore
The Pathe News film at the Tem-'n the mountains of North Carolina, j birds, plovers, surf birds, snipe, wood-
pie last night was the most interest-J The past week she has been spending ; cocks, sand pipers, tattlers, curlews,
ing yet seen. It gave pictures of a Un Jacksonville as the guest of her i turkeys, grouse, pheasants, quail and
son, Dr. 1 nomas C Ihompson and ; turtle doves.
wife. I 3. It is a $50 fine to catch, kill,
, ?hip or have in possession .any game
Mr. William Mcintosh will leave in',hird, plumage, skin, eggs or nests
battle in the Black Sea between th
Russians and the Turks. The pic
tures were taken from the deck of a
Russian warship and were simply
magnificent. The Temple tonight will
have "Her Other Self," a Lubin
drama, Charlie Chaplin, in one of his
screams, and "The Heart of an Ac Actress,"
tress," Actress," a Biograph drama.
A full line ol loose leaf ledgers,
note bocks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
Mr. Chas". L. Moore, while attend attending
ing attending to one of his numerous contracts
yesterday, had the misfortune to get
some time in his left eye. It caused
him a great deal of pain, but will
probably be well in a few days.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's,
lar's, dollar's, worth of other groceries, for
casb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
CHARLIE ROD OFF
Ocala's Original Sea Food Man
FRESH CRABS EVERY DAY
FRESH SHRIMP EVERY DAY
PHONE 456 OCALA, FLA.
Mr. R. Lu Keating is visiting friends
in Chicago. The Star is informed
that Mr. Keating will dispose of his
business here to Mr. W. A. Konow.
Mr. Konow has been connected 'with
the house half a dozen years. He is
well acquainted with the business
and popular with all its patrons.
a few days to resume his studies for
the ministery at Davidson College. In
the spring Mr. Mcintosh will go to
Colorado Springs to spend his vaca vacation
tion vacation with his brothers, Messrs.
George and Jack Mcintosh.
On "Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries. fo
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
On Saturday and Monday, 1 J
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
lar's worth of other groceries, for
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
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
- The John Dozier Co. begs to an announce
nounce announce 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. Ct
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear. Nose and
Rev. W. G. Fletcher, who hasJThroat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
charge of the Anastasia Island Chau
tauqua Assembly at St. Augustine, is
in the city on business connected with
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and
don't let anyene make you believe
that any other is "just as good."
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
; WHEN IN IS EEL) Or
J ALL WORK GUARANTEED
fS :' x f
thereof, except as provided by law.
4. Open season November 20th to
Mavch 10th following for deer, wild
turkey, quail, doves, swan, geese,
brar.t, rails, coots, sand pipers, cur curlews,
lews, curlews, snipe, ducks and plover; Nov November
ember November 20th to December 20th follow
ing, for pheasants; and October 1st
to March 1st, following; for squirrels.
Unlawful to kill squirrels in any pub public
lic public or private park at any time.
5. It is a $25 fine to capture, kill
or injure any game bird or animal by
pitfall, deadfall, scaffold, cage, snare,
net, salt-lick, blind pen, baited hook,
baited field, drugs, poison, chemicals,
explosives, or similar device.
0. It is a $25 fine to catch, hunt
or kill any game bird or animal be
tween dark and daylight the follow following
ing following day.
7. It is a ?25 fine to kill more
than one deer, two turkey, twenty
quail or twenty-five birds of any other
species in any one day. It is a $500
fine to kill more than three deer, ten
turkeys, or three hundred of any oth other
er other game bird species in one open sea season.
son. season. 8. It is a $25 fine to barter, sell or
offer for sale any game bird or ani animal.
mal. animal. 9. It is a $100 fine to hunt out
side of your voting precinct without
a license; a $25 fine to change or al alter
ter alter a license.
10. It is a $25 fine to transport
within or without this state any game
without a proper license. It is a $100
fine for any common carrier to receive
such game for transportation.
11. The witnesses furnishing evi
dence to convict for any violation of
the game laws shall have half of the
12. Persons residing in the state
twelve months and the county six
months, may on payment of $1 to the
county judge, receive a "resident
county license;" a "non-residence
county license" for $3 and a "non-resident
hunter's license" for $15. No
license good except in county issued
No license required of resident Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans.
13. County judge to have 25c, 50c
and $1 respectively, for each license
issued. County game warden to have
25c, 50c, and $3 respectively for each
license, balance goes to county school
14. County game warden are ap
pointed by board of county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, -said appointment to be based
on recommendation in primary after
15. County game wardens may ap; ap;-point
point ap;-point deputies in each election pre
1G. All grades of licenses shall be
of different color, contain a synop synopsis
sis synopsis of the game law printed on the
back, and shall be good only for the
open season or fraction thereof imme
diately following their issue.
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.
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.
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, G: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. Tamna. 9 a. m Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.. I
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 3. m. Lim
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The MAXWELL will give you MORE Tire, Gasolene and Oil Miles
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Try one of those frosted pints of
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m 1 i
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ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house
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WANTED From 1 to 100 head of
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the
month at 80c per head. Every pre
caution will be used to keep hogs in
a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,
Oxford. Fla. 8-lC-2Gt.
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CURED BY PINES
Have you ever gone through a typ
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terious mysterious qualities. Yes, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
possesses those stimulat
ing qualities and overcomes hacking
coughs. The inner lining of the throat
is strengthened in its attack against
cold germs. Every family needs a bot bottle
tle bottle constantly at hand. 25cr No. 2.
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. Ha rner. Mont Mont-pelier,
pelier, Mont-pelier, Ind. When you have a cold
give this remedy a trial and see for
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In Ike "lr"tilt Court of the Klftta Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, Mario a
4'oaatr la Chacry.
To Chaj. V. White, arid Savannah and
Florida Phoff-pJiate and Land Com Company,
pany, Company, a Corporation.
It appearing from tin affidavit filed
In this court in a iult this day com commenced
menced commenced by N. G. Wade. Walter Ray and
Flora M. Osborn, co-partners dome
business under the name and tyle of
Morrison. Hay and Company. apraJnst
you and others, that your respective
places of residence, are of a etate or
country other than the state of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Chas. W. White, iwho resides in the
city of New Yorkstate of New York,
and Savannah and Florida rhosphate
and Iand Company, whose principal
place of business 1s in. the ity of Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, state of Georgia, that there is
no person In the state of Florida, the
service of subpoena upon "whom would
bind you. or either of you.
. Now -therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Moaday, tbe 4th day of October, A. D.
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited ae-nlnst vou 1n oy said court
by N. G. Wade. Walter Ray and Flora.
iM. Osbom. co-partners doinsr business
tinder the name and style of -Morrison.
Ray and Company, and to do further
and receive what our said court shall
have considered in that behalf, other otherwise
wise otherwise the complainant will proceed ex
It is further orderd that a copy of
thl order shall be published ,once a
week for four con.cuti ve weeks tn
the Ocala Star, a newspaper published
in said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. R Tiul Tiul-loek.
loek. Tiul-loek. Judcre of our said court, and P.
H. Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof,
at 'the court hou.e 1n Ocala. Clarion
county. Florida. this the 31st day of
Aueust. A. D. 1915.
fSeall T. IT. NVORNT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
I5y Alberta Weeks. T). C.
STATR OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foreeoinir
l a true copy of the orltrinal order of
publication in the foresroinsc cause, as
the same appears on file in nrv ot!lr.
This the 3 1st day of Autrust. A. D.
1 9 1 S.
ISeall P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit CorTrt of Marion
tf-thur Ry Alberta Weeks. T. C.x
LOST CoM ring, ?Ignet of onyx
Greek warrior intaglio. Reward at
the Star office. 28-Ct
WANTED Ten teams to haul ties;
standard prices paid. Apply to G. G.
Aired, Electra, Fla. 31-t
la th Circuit Coort of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, .Marloa
Cooaty- la Chaacery.
To John A. Rihoj. Fra-ncis K. Harris.
Susannah Jenkins. General T. Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. Faith Murphy. Mary II Ros.
A. J. Jackson. Annie M. Atklnaon.
W. II. Raker and F. It. Norman,
co-partners doinsr buines as
Norman and Company. Dickson II.
Irvine, administrator of the estate
-of J. Feater. Chas. L. Rilling.
Itulah It. Verge and Andrew J.
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court in a uit this day com commenced
menced commenced by N. O. Wade. Walter Ray and
Flora M. Gbom. cx-partners doine
business under the nam and etyle of
Morrison, Ray and Company, asrainst
you and others, that your respective
place- of residence are of a state or
country other than the state or r lor
Ida. but that your respctive plaoes
or residence are unknown to ainant
but. that there is no p-rson in the
.tate of Florida, the service of sub-
poni upon whom would bind you. or
either or you.
Now herfore. you and each of vou
are commanded to apj-ar before tht
honorable court on
loaday, the Zad div of A or ember, A.
to answer to a bill of complaint ex
hlblted against you in our said court
by N. G. Wade. Walter Ray and
Flora M. Osborn. co-r.artner doln
buini. under th name and style of
Morrion. Ray and Company., and to
do further and reeciv what our aid
court shall have con.ider-d in that be behalf,
half, behalf, otherwise the complainant will
proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
thl order shall le publish-! one
week for 8 consecutive weeks In the.
Ocala tar. a newspaper published in"
said county and state.
Witness t he-Honora-Me W. S. Rul
lock. Judse of our sail court, and I1
If. Nugent, cl-rk. and the etl thereof.
at the court house in Or-ila. Marlon
county. Florida, this the SWt day of
Aucust. A. D. 1315.
(S,alJ I. If. NFGKNT.
Cler kof the Circuit Court of Marlon
Rv Alberta Week. D. C.
JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY
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
FINE IRISH POTATOES, per pk. 25c
FINE LARGE -LEMONS; per doz. 15c
SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c
12 pound bags 4-8c
24 pound bags.-95c
The Commercial Bails
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
, Only Direct Line .from Jacksonville
Fa re includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON" SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G.WENZEL FIRIPA passenger AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
i KOTSIORJ TO
Fern an din a
B DEE ID)
: s RATES
Oxford 2.00 Sparr 1 flXO
Sammerfield . 4. 2.00 Citra 1X0
. Delleview 2.00 J Hawthorne, ... 1X0
Ocala 1X0 Campville 1X0
Anthony 1X0 Island Grove 1X0
Tickets on sale for regular trains September 4th and early
morning- train of September 5th. Tickets are good returning
on regular trains to and including train No. 23, leaving. Fernan-
dina, September 7th, 1915.
I SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT
I JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.,
Ocala. Florida. Jacksonville, Fla.
statt: fy Fixmrv.
Cor N'T V OF MAIMO.V.
I h-reiy certify that tb" foresroin
La a true coyy of tie original order of
publication in th for2o;nsc cJijf. as
tht -n Hf-r-t-HTf cn file in mv offVc.
This the 31.t iav of AuuM. A. I.
ic.ii r xr v l r: C v-r
Clerk f l"hr Circuit Court of Nfirlon ;
i.ouniy, i-ion a a,
tf-rhurs Fly Alberta Week. D. C.
ADVEKTioE IN THE ST Ah
la tbe Ore It V-wrt mt Flfflt J di
rt I Clrrmlt t Kir rid 'MmrUtm
To th unknown heir of C. II. Ilar Ilar-ir
ir Ilar-ir raven. nd tho unknown heirs of
Shedrick Atkinson. an1 all jteraori
claim-In?: an Interest in anl to 4he
northeant ruarter of the umithwept
quarter, section township IS,
ran sre 18 east, and northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of soothwet ruarter and
ourhwt quarter of norttrwent
quarter of -cti"n 25. and -went
half of outhweit quarter of sec section
tion section 23. township li. south. of
ran tre IS eat
It appearing from the allegations of
a sworn bill of complaint filed In this
court on thlw day In a s-ult commenced
y N. O. Wade. Walter Ray and Flora
if. Osborn. co-partners doln?' b-unlness
under the name and tityle of Morrison.
Ilay and Comjnr. a ra 1 ne t the un unknown
known unknown heirs of C. H. Ilarjnve and
the unknown heir of Shedrick Atkin Atkin-non.
non. Atkin-non. that the complainant believes that
there are perrons tntereste! ; in the
property Jnvolred tn the aJ 1 'suit, to to-wlt:
wlt: to-wlt: the unknown heirs of C. H. Ilar-B-raves
and the unknown heirs of
Shed rick AtklnsorC whoiw -names and
and places of residence are unknown
to the complainant and in ald bill of
complaint having prayed for relief
araim?t he aid unknown heirs of said
C. H. lia-rsr raves and the unknown
heirs of said eihedrick Atkinson.
CVo vr therefore you and each of you.
and aU other persons claiming an in interest
terest interest in or title to Jhe propeKty here hereinabove
inabove hereinabove described, are hereby T-equ I r-e-1
to appear before this honorable
Moadry tke Sth aay mt DmaWr, A. D.
to then and there make answer unto
the said bill of complain exhibited
nsrarast you In said cause now pending
la our said court, and to do' further
and receive what our said court shall
hare considered in that behalf, other other-we
we other-we ifte complainant will proceed ex
It H further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for twelve consecutive weeks In
the Orala. tar. a newipaper published
in aid county and tate-
Witness the Honorable W. R Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. udsje of our court. anJ IV
H. XuKent, clerk, and the eal thereof,
at the court houe in OeaLa. 'Marion
rottnly. I-Torida. -this the 31iet day of
Aurut. A. I.
J.Sal) r. If. NUGnXT.
Cler kof the Circuit Court of -Marion
By Alberta Weeks, I). C
STATH OP FLORIDA.
COUNtV OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foresrolnjf
I a true copy of the orisrinal onler of
publication in the foretroin cause, as
the ame appears on file tn my office.
This the31et day of Augoist, A. l.
(.Seal J P. IL XUGHXT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
tf-thurs Lly Alberta Weeks, D. C.
j TO THE PUBLIC
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ers manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
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