PRESS TIL IE
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
SIDENT Ai POPE
E HER SENT
GOING TO GIVE
BRITAIN GIVES UP
E FOR PEACE
OF A HIDE
BEEN TA I
ARE READY TO OFFER THEIR
GOOD OFFICES TO BOTH
TEUTONS AND ALLIES
Washington, Sept. 3. Details of
what transpired at the conference be be-tween
tween be-tween President Wilson and Cardinal
Gibbons yesterday are still lacking,
hut the conference has caused wide-f-prpad
discussion. The cardinal de de-lived
lived de-lived a message from the pope in
which it is known his holiness praised
the president for his stand I for peace.
The pope's message will not be
made" public by the United States, it
was learnr d today; also the United
States will make no further efforts to
bring about peacein Europe until as assured
sured assured that its good offices will be wel welcomed
comed welcomed by both sides, The Vatican,
which is in close touch with Austrial
officials, takes the view that the
pope's message means the Germanic
allies are ready to discuss peace any
time. Similar word would have to
come from, the other side too, before
the president would act.
POPE IS PLEASED
Baltimore, Md., Sept. 3. Cardinal
Gibbons declined today to tell the de details
tails details of the conference with President
Wilson yesterday. He said a cable cablegram
gram cablegram had been sent to the pope say saying
ing saying that the president expressed great
satisfaction over the communication
the pontiff sent to him.
LA LIBRE BELGIQUE
Brave Little Brussels Newspaper
Which Germans are Unable
Amsterdam, Sept. 3. Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding all efforts of the German
authorities in Brussels, there still ap appears
pears appears at frequent intervals a little
newspaper calle.d La Libre Belgique.
Nobody knows who edits it or where
it is published. -The publisher's ad address,
dress, address, according to the inscription
beneath the title, is "Kommandatur,"
the German headquarters, which is
the editor's little joket of course. A
copy is always delivered to each of
the leading German officials.
The aim of the. paper, ; according to
its own statements js "to sustain the
spirit and patriotism' of the Belgian
people. Events M' the war are dealt
with in airy fashion and the people
are shown why they need not be dis discouraged.
couraged. discouraged. i i
INSIST ON ITS RIGHTS
A New Note to Great Britain, is
Washington, Sept. 3. The new de de-,nand
,nand de-,nand that Great Britain and the al allies
lies allies "obey the law" with reference to
United States commerce is being
finished today and will go forward
probably this week. The note opens
with the statement that the Unitel
States insists upon its rights accord according
ing according to the established, rules of war warfare.
fare. warfare. It rejects the rules as laid down
by the British prize courts and the
methods employed in the blockading
of Germany. It denies that civil war
precedents are applicable to the pres present
ent present situation.
President Wilson seeks to make the
British note proof against attack. He
realizes that unless an agreement is
"reached with Great Britain 1 before
Congi-ess convenes there will be great
pressure brought to bear on him for
retaliatory measures against Britain.
THE BODIES FOUND IN
THE WRECKED SUBMARINE
Honolulu, Sept. 3. Two more bod bodies
ies bodies were found in the hull of the sub submarine
marine submarine F-4. A notebook with much of
its contents illegible was found, but
there was nothing in it to clear up the
mystery of the vessel's sinking. The
book contained records of the sub submarine's
marine's submarine's batteries. None of the bod bodies
ies bodies found have been identified except
that of eGorge T. Ashcroft of Los
Angeles., This makes a total of three
bodies found among the debris.
ANARCHIST FIGHTS FOR ITALY
Rome, Sept. 3 The anarchist lead leader
er leader Sbarra, who was one of the lead leaders
ers leaders of the strike riots at Ancona in
June 1914, and who is now serving at
the front, has been named for the
silver medal for bravery on the field.
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-pel
pel Mont-pel ier, Ind. When you have a cold
give this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what splendid medicine- it is.
THAT ANOTHER BIG STORM IS
ABOUT TO STRIKE US
Washington, Sept. 3. Hurricane
warnings ordered up at New Orleans
to Cedar Keys. A storm near Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda is expected to strike the coast
tonight or tomorrow.
AMERICA SHOULD ARM
Ex-President Taft Warns Against
the Folly of Unpreparedness
San Francisco, Sept. "3. William
Howard Taft advocated preparedness
for war yesterday, illustrated its ne necessity
cessity necessity and detailed means to that end
in his address at the Taft exercises
at the exposition.
He said Germany'" yielding to the
administration's demands should
cause great rejoicing and an occas occasion
ion occasion for congratulation $ to the presU
dent, which, however, should not lead
the people away from their duty of
BUTCHEKED BY BANDITS
Bodies of Americans Found in Vicin Vicinity
ity Vicinity of Brownsville
Brownsville, Sept. 3. The bullet
riddled bodies of two Americans, who
were kidnapped by Mexican bandits
were found twelve miles north of here
late yesterday in the bed of a dried
lake. Both bodies were brought to
COIN FOR COTTON
British Government Paid for a Big
Bunch of Bales
Washington, Sept. 3. The British
embassy here yesterday remitted
three hundred and twenty-three
thousand dollars to W. Gordon Mc Mc-Cabe
Cabe Mc-Cabe of Charleston, S. C, for Amer American
ican American cotton taken from the steamships
Baltic and Carolinas by the British
authorities, several months ago. The
payment represented nine cents per
pound. The cotton was invoiced at
over ten cents a pound, but it is un understood
derstood understood that the difference will be
Oklawaha, Aug. 30. Aseries of re revival
vival revival meetings is being held in the
Oklawaha church by Rev Henderson.
John Lewis autoed to Leesburg
Rev. Staats and family, of Candler,
are spending a week camping on Lake
Robert Rogers, Mrs. Dr. Henry,
Mrs. Woodrow, Miss Ula Fort, Miss
Mollie Chalker, Roy Cline and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Mann were business
visitors to Ocala Saturday.
Two very heavy rains visited this
The Oklawaha school has been in
session two weeks with an attendance
of thiry-six pupils.
Mrs. Laura Delila Cline, who has
suffered for some time with tubercu tuberculosis,
losis, tuberculosis, died Saturday morning August
28, at five o'clock, at her home two
and a half miles northeast of Okla Oklawaha.
waha. Oklawaha. The remains were taken to
the Oklawaha Bridge Church where
the funeral was conducted by P. L.
Duriso. A very large cortege of
mourning relatives and friends fol
lowed the remains to their last rest
ing place. The deceased was born at
Grahamville, this county, January 2,
1892. She was united in marriage to
Roy Cline, May 14, 1913. She was
a member of- the Oklawaha Bridge
Baptist church having become a mem
ber in 1910. Left to mourn her death
are a husband and baby, a mother,
two sisters, three brothers, besides a
host of friends. Everything that lov.-
ing hands could do was done by her
loved ones during her long illness,
and the sympathy of many friends
was manifested by beautiful floral
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
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
all, Gowanda, N. Y. "WTien 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 1 had not long to
wait for relief as it benefited me al
most immediately." Obtainable ev
COCOS AND HIS CROWD HAVE
TAKEN TO THE TALL
Cape Haitien, Sept. 3. The cruiser
Tennessee arrived and landed 100
artillerymen with machine guns to today.
day. today. General Cocos, the revolution
ary leader, and his followers, who re
fused to lay down arms, have retired
to the interior, after leaving a force
at the outskirts of the city to shut
off communication with the interior.
EOT AIMER BUIICH
BROWNSVILLE REPORTS OFFI-
CERS HAVE LAID OUT THREE
Brownsville, Sept. 3. Three Mex
ican bandits operating north of here
were killed last night by county offi officers
cers officers fourteen miles north of Browns Brownsville,
ville, Brownsville, according to information reach
ing the city today.
In addition to the three men a Mex
ican woman was killed. She left her
husband to come to the soldiers for
protection and was accidentally kill
ed in the dark.
RELEASED ON BOND
Mrs. Mohr Had Full Charge of Her
Providence, R. I., Sept. 3. Altho
accused of inciting the murder of her
husband, Dr. Franklin Mohr, one of
the richest physicians in the state,
Mrs. Mohr, his wife, had full charge
of the doctor's funeral. She issued
invitations to only a few friends.
Detectives have been searching the
brook near the scene of the murder
for the revolvers said to have been
used by the three negroes who, charge
that Mrs. Mohr hired them to kill her
HARRY THAW ASKS
FOR A DIVORCE
Charges His Wife, Evelyn Nesbit
Thaw, with Misconduct
Pittsburg, Sept. 3. Harry Thaw,
through his attorneys, has filed a pe petition
tition petition in common pleas court, asking
a divorce from his wife, Evelyn Nes
bit Thawr charging misconduct with
John Francis of New York.
The petition is very brief, cover
ing less than one typewritten page.
Thaw alleges that his wife was guilty
of misconduct with Francis in De December,
cember, December, 1909, and January,- 1910, and
at various other places and times.
Thaw also declares she deserted
him in July, 1909. The petition con
tains nothing to throw light on the
identity of Francis.
BUNCH OF GRAFTERS
Commission Government Has Not
Brought "Honesty to Nashville
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 3. Former
City Commissioner Lyle Andrews,
former City Treasurer Charles Myers
and former City Recorder W L. Mur
ray were arrested here last night,
charged with grand larceny in appro appropriating
priating appropriating municipal funds. Each is
charged with stealing ?2G,000. The
arrests followed an alleged confession
of former Assistant City Treasurer
PARISH GOT THE PORKER
Ransom Parish, a colored man
from the Silver Springs Park com
munity, was taken before Judge
Smith this forenoon on a charge of
having appropriated a fine hog which
was the property of a neighbor. After
hearing the testimony it was decided,
Ransom's statement to the contrary,
notwithstanding, that he had ap
propriated said hog to 'his personal
use without having gone through the
formality of securing a change of
title, and he was sentenced to pay a
fine of fifty dollars in ral legal ten
der or serve three months in the
county road gang. Not having the
stated amount of cash on hand, Ran Ransom
som Ransom will do service for the county for
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 sel
to everybody. We pay the highest
price for country corn on the cob. Ct
RUSSIANS ARE RETIRING FROM
THE RIGHT BANK OF THE
N I EM AN RIVER
London, Sept. 3. The evacuation
of Grodno is under way. Petrograd
officially admits the Russians are
withdrawing from the right bank of
the Nieman. The loss to the Rus Russians
sians Russians of their last stronghold has
been expected and evident forv soma
time. Grand Duke Nicholas had no
intention of leaving enough men to
maintain a long defense and then be
penned up at Grodno.
Along the Galician front the Rus Russians
sians Russians continue to retire but not with without
out without inflicting heavy losses on their
pursuers who have been shaken by
vigorous counter attacks. The Rus Russians
sians Russians claim another success near
Vilna and in the center and north the
progress of the invaders is not so
Heavy artillery action continues in
the west with the real purpose of the
allies still obscure.
BOUGHT INTEREST IN
OCALA FURNITURE BUSINESS
Mr. J. D. Clinton, of Valdosta, Ga.,
has purchased an interest in the Mar
ion Furniture Co. from Mr. Chester
A. Fort, and will be actively connect
ed with same in the future. Mr.
Clinton has had fifteen years exper
ience in this line of trade and was for
five years connected with the Davis-
Hammond House Furnishing Co.,
now the leading concern of its kind in
Tho the Marion Furniture Co. is
now carrying a handsome line of
goods, this will within the coming six
weeks be increased to twice its pres present"
ent" present" size, as every indication points to
a large fall and winter business. And
with two such hustlers as now, com
pose the working end of the concern
they will be certain to "get theirs"
while the getting is good.
Mr. Fort opened business in Ocala
ess than three years ago, and from a
small beginning is now among the
caders in his line. This was accom
plished by a whole lot of energy and
push, combined with a liberal use of
printers' ink at the right time and
place. (Modesty prevents us men mentioning
tioning mentioning the place).
In the face of the general slump in
business some months ago, Mr. Fort
has been keeping consistently at his
ublicity work,, and in this way kept
his business up to the' standard of
better times all throughit.
The new team, Messrs. Fort and
Clinton, is a strong one and is bound
to be felt by competitors in this line
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Sept. 1. Rev.
G. V. Albertson and daughter of
DeLand, came over last Tuesday and
spent the balance of the week at the
home of his brother. Miss Daisy Al Al-bertson
bertson Al-bertson went on to Shady.. Saturday,
where she will teach school this fall.
Rev. Albertson returned to DeLand
Mrs. William Phillips of Tampa,
who has been the guest of her par parents
ents parents for the past two weeks, returned
to Tampa this week.
Mr. Milton Albertson and Mr. J. M.
Douglass motored to Shady one day
Miss Leila Akins of Webster ar
rived Monday to be the guest of her
friend, Miss Irene Gates this week.
Miss Myrtle Hickey will give" a
miscellaneous shower for Miss Irene
Gates Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. E. B. Sherman visited Ocala
between trains Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bickley were callers
In our midst Tuesday. We are sorry
to say that Mrs. Bickley does not gain
strength as fast as her friends would
The wedding of Mr. Ray Anderson
of Orlando and Miss Irene Gates will
be solemnized at the home of the
bride next Sunday afternoon. Rev.
G. V. Albertson will officiate. Miss
Elsie Morrison of Oklawaha will be
maid of honor and Miss Leila Akins
of Webster, will be bridesmaid and
Mr. Leonard Pullen of Ocala will be
best man. Mr. Anderson i3 employ
ed by the Seaboard Air Line Railway,
having been with the company for the
past six years, and Miss Gates has
been the assistant postmaster of the
South Lake Weir postoffice, which
place she has filled to the satisfac
tion of all its patrons, and she will
be greatly missed from here when she
goes to Ocala to reside. The wedding
is looked forward to with a great deal
of interest, as both these young peo
ple are popular in their home towns.
Misses Elsie Morrison of Oklawaha,
Annie Anderson of Orlando and Mrs.
Chas. E. Brown of Webster will ar
rive rFiday to attend the wedding.
THE GERMANS HAVE OCCUPIED
GRODNO AND ARE AD ADVANCING
VANCING ADVANCING ON RIGA
Berlin, Sept. 3. The Germans have
RESOLVED TO HAVE RIGA
Berlin, Sept. 3. German troops
are advancing on the important city
of Riga on the Baltic, and it is offi officially
cially officially announced that further gains
have been made, a position within
forty miles of the city having been
Emperor William has conferred
upon Field Marshal Von Hindenburg
the Order of the Black Eagle, the
highest decoration in the emperor's
KILLING MANY CHRISTIANS
War and Disease Greatly Reduce the
Faithful in Persia
New York, Sept. 3. At least a
thousand Christians have been killed
and four thousand have died of dis disease
ease disease since the Turkish occupation of
Urumiah, Persia, according to a let letter
ter letter from a missionary given out by
the Presbyterian foreign mission
WILL WED SUNDAY
Mr. A. N. Brass of Perry, and
Miss Mae Winston of Dunnellon, will
be married at the home of the bride3
mother, Mrs. Ada Winston in the lat latter
ter latter city Sunday afternoon. They will
leave immediately for their future
home in Taylor,' county, where the
groom is a successful farmer. The
young couple have many friends in
this county, both having lived here
for some years, but Mr. Brass moved
to Taylor county a .few years ago,
and the marriage is the culmination
of a romance begun while he resided
Candler, Aug. 30. Miss Margaret
Jenkins, of Ocala, was a recent guest
of Miss Olive "Hilty for a few days.
The following were among the Tam
pa excursionists from this place on
Monday: Mrs. Arthur Williams and
sister, Miss Mabel McClain; Mr. and
Mrs. J. x Mathews, John Kistner and
Mr. Lewis Kline has gone to St.
Petersburg for an indefinite stay.
Mrs. Frank Mathews and son,
Frances, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Mathews for several
V Mrs. Albert McClain returned from
Gainesville Tuesday evening. She was
acompanied home by her daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Williams, and two child children
ren children for a visit of several days be before
fore before going to Tampa to join Mr. .Wil .Williams,
liams, .Williams, where they will reside indef indefinitely.
initely. indefinitely. Merchants Quick and Belcher auto
ed to Ocala Thursday afternoon re returning
turning returning by moonlight.
Mr. Stewart was entertaining some
friends last week.
. The Presbyterian church -has re
cently been screened, adding to the
comfort of the congregation at both
the morning and evening services.
Baily Gray, of Jacksonville, is vis
iting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. B. Staats and children, Mrs.
T. Gillispie and children, and Mr.
DeWitt Staats are enjoying camp life
on the shores of Lake Weir.
Mesdames John Mathews, Frank
Mathews and Geo. Thompson were
shopping in Ocala Monday.
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson
ville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tarn
pa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. rru; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. nx.
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.Tn.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
rc.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim-
I ited train.
BRITISH TRANSPORT AND THE
LIVES OF HUNDREDS OF
Berlin, Sept. 3. A message from
Sofia says that the Overseas News
Agency states that a British trans transport
port transport struck a mine off the Dardanelles
and that 1250 soldiers, 320 officers
and 100 members of the crew were
lost. Six hundred bodies were recov
AS WAS EXPECTED
COBB COUNTY GRAND JURY
NOT FIND ANY LYNCHERS
Marietta, Ga., Sept. 3.- The Cobb
county grand jury investigating the
lynching of Leo M. Frank, has re reported
ported reported that it was unable to find
evidence enough to indict anyone for
the crime. They found several clues
but were unable to find anyone who
could indentify the party.
FAVORED HIS FRIENDS
Bloxham Commissioner Partisan in
Revising the Registration
The board of county rommisaioners
met Monday to revise the registration
books. The meeting was not adver advertised,
tised, advertised, and nobody was aware of it ex except
cept except the Bloxhamites, who were there
in force to advise the board how to
revise. The anti-Bloxhamites had no
representatives at the meeting, be because
cause because they didn't kno wthere was to
be such a meeting.
The revision was done strictly in
the interests of Bloxham county.
Commissioner Abercrombie was mas master
ter master of ceremonies, and he struck off
those whom he knew to be against
Bloxham county, regardless of facts,
and. retained those whom he knew to
be in favor of Bloxham county, re regardless
gardless regardless of facts.
E. A. Osborn was stricken because
he had removed from the county.
Russell Limbaugh, who removed to
Ocala two years ago with his family
and has lived there ever since, was re
tained on the list. He is -for Blox
ham county, and Osborn is against it.
Don Epperson, who went to Penn
sylvania two years ago, was not
stricken, because he is in favor of
Lee George Edwards, who removed
to Osceola county two years ago, was
notr stricken, because he, is in favor of
W. W.'Tyner, who has been run
ning a drug business in DeSoto coun county
ty county for a year or longer, was not
stricken because he was in favor of
Bloxham county. I
J. W. Sapp was stricken, and he
has not been out of the county for
one year, and his removal is only
temporary, but he is against Blox Bloxham
ham Bloxham county.
R. P. Priest was stricken, and he
has not been away from the county
for one year yet, but he is against
J. II. Phelps was stricken because
he is against Bloxham county.
J. D. Heisler was stricken because
he is against Bloxham county, and
he i3 only out of the county tempor
W. O. Brewer, who has lived at
Romeo, in Marion county, since 1907,
and has conducted a turpentine busi
ness there, was not stricken, but he is
in favor of Bloxham county.
You have heard of the republicans
revising the tariff in the interests, of
the rich manufacturer, but the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings Monday, in the interests of
Bloxham county, can go them one
This is not to reflect on the four
commissioners who do not reside in
the affected territory, for they did not
know, the facts, but Commissioner
Abercrombie, who lives in the affect
ed territory, was the man who did the
work. The writer believes that the
other four commissioners will right
this wrong next Monday, when the
stricken voters appear and present
facts showing that they should be re
stored. An Observer.
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable leel
ines caused by biliousness and consti
Dation. 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
FIVE HUNDRED WENT TO EU EUROPE
ROPE EUROPE TO nELP TOE BRIT BRITISH
ISH BRITISH AND FRENOT
Washington, Sept. 3 More thaa
500 American boys under eighteen
have been discharged from the Brit British
ish British army at the request of the state
department. A majority of these en enlisted
listed enlisted in Canada after misrepresent misrepresenting
ing misrepresenting their age.
PICNIC NEAR SPARR SEPT. 11
Secretary Rooney, Ocala, Fla.
Dear Sir: There will be a basket
picnic at the Wissahickpn Orange
Grove on Sept. 11th. We earnestly
desire your presence on that daUj.
Come and bring your friends.
Yours very truly,
Geo. L. Carlton, Supt.
INTERESTING GAME BUT
A SMALL ATTENDANCE
The two teams of home boys put op
a good game at Hunter Park yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, but there was a very
small crowd out to see them play.
The line-ups were as follows:
First: Davis, c; Harris, p; McLeod,
lb; Gates, 2b; Dewey, 3b; Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, ss; J. Galloway, If; Keefe, cf;
Second: Jones, c; Anderson, p;
Dinkinv lb; Batts, 2b; Blalock, ss;
Brooks, If; Bennett, cf; Slott, rf. r
The score was 9 to 9. The boys
from the junior teams played well on
both sides, and proved that they -will
be competent to fill places in the
ranks in coming seasons.
The junior team is expecting a
game with Citra this afternoon.
A MISCELLANEOUS SHOWXR
South Lake Weir, Sept. 1 A mis mis-mellaneous
mellaneous mis-mellaneous shower for the bride-elect.
Miss Irene Gates, was given by Hiss
Myrtle Hickey at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ilkkey
on the shores of beautiful Lake Weir
Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 1st.' Miss
Hickey and Miss Gates, the honore
and her bridesmaid. Miss Leila Akins
ot Webster, received in the large and
spacious hall. The guests were then
ushered into the parlor, where they
were entertained with a program con consisting
sisting consisting of music, games and other
amusements, among them being a
peanut contest which furnished much
laughter. Miss Grace Snook won the
first prize, which was a beautiful
China cup and saucer and Miss Joan-
ita Lytie carried off the booby prize.
a peanut man, she being the only
young lady lucky enough to carry
away a man.
After the contest all the guests
were invited into the dining room.
where the honoree was showered with
a great many beautiful gifts which
had been secreted in a large basket
decorated in pink and white which
carried out the color scheme of pink
and white throughout the home. Af
ter Miss Gates had opened up the
presents to the admiration of all.
Miss Hickey assisted by her mother
served delicious ice cream and cakes.
and after spending a delightful after
noon the guests departed for their
Those present were Misses Irene
Gates, Leila Akins, Juanita Lytle,
Grace Snook, Margaret Snook, Ruth
Dickinson, Minnie Albertson, Lillian
Walling, Willard Bishop, Mrs. Henry
Rast and little daughter Nellie.
Citra, Sept. 1 Miss Byrd Wart-
mann of Ocala visited relatives here
Miss Ethel Crosby and two little
sisters are guests of Mrs. Connell at
Mrs. Driver and daughters, Mar-
jorie and Dorothy, returned last week
from Jacksonville, where they were
the guests of Mrs. W. J. Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Colbert have return
ed from Anthony.
Mrs. M. J. Timmons and children
are back from Orlando, where they
have been visiting relatives for the
past few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Lambert are at Green
Mr. Hunter has returned to Fort
A very instructive Sunday school
institute was held here last Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Mr. Wilder was the speaker for
from a visit to relatives in North
Mr. Feagle who will be the prin principal
cipal principal of the Citra school this term,
will arrive today and school will open open-Monday.
Monday. open-Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Haddock were guests
of Dr. and Mrs. Creckmore last week.
OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postof&ce as second class matter
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chairman to represent the northern i
district in their efforts to secure the
Anyway, September 2nd will long j
he remembered in Wild wood as a bite j
day by the Woodmen and their
LAID TO REST
Of the Russian
By MILLARD BLAKEMAN
Transportation men are prophesy prophesying
ing prophesying a big tourist business for Florida
thsi season. We hope their prophecies
will pan out better than those they
made last autumn.
The Star had a pleasant visit yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from State Senator
Blitch of Levy county and Judge Hal
Adams of Mayo. Both are prominent
Woodmen and were on their way
home from the big Wqodmen picnic
The fall term of the Marion coun county
ty county teachers' examinations will take
place next week, and for this especial
purpose many are returning earlier
than would otherwise be necessary.
P. large attendance is expected in
both the white and colored departments.
county, following a series of incidents.
A sister of the dead man, who resides
in Jacksonville, recently swore out
warrants for the arrest of the 22 now
being held under bond. ;Clearwater
From all the Star can learn about
this case, the town marshal of Tren
ton had a warrant for Dr. Owens' ar
rest, but when he tried to serve it, he
found the doctor armed and determin determined
ed determined to resist. The jnarshal called in
help, and a pitched battle followed, in
which Dr. Owens was killed. He was
heavily armed and had a big supply
of cartridges, so it is fair to infer
that he did a great deal toward bring
ing his fate on himself.
Now, we are going to have a lot of
slush from the hyphenated press
about Germany's magnanimity and
sense of justice dn agreeing to Amer America's
ica's America's demands in regard to submarine
warfare. Americans without hy hyphens,
phens, hyphens, however, will suspect that if
Germany agrees to America's request
it will be because Germany has more
to make by consent than refusal.
The Star doubts exceedingly that
the British government can show the
scalps of the fifty German submarines
that it claims its navy has captured
in the last sixty days. At the same
time it must be remembered that the
British are the most daring and ef
ficient seamen in the world, and it
wasn't to be supposed that they were
going to overlook anything that could
be done to meet and checkmate sub
marine warfare. It is very likely the
British have had some success against
the submarines, and they will prob
ably find means to more and more ef
ficiently fight them as the war goes
The funeral of the late Je??e Pyles
was held yesterday afternoon at 3
o'clock from the residence of his
father, Capt. S. R. Pyle?, at his beau beautiful
tiful beautiful country home "Glenhurst," the
home of Jesse's boyhood days and
surrounded by a score of his boyhood
friends who came to pay their last
tribute of love and remembrance. Af After
ter After several appropriate hymns, among
them being "Asleep in Jesus" and
Abide with Me," sung by Mrs. L. F.
Blalock and Mrs. C. E. Winston, Rev.
J. M. Gross assisted by Rev. Bunyan
Stephens, spoke the most beautiful
and impressive thoughts, followed by
a most touching prayer offered by
Rev. Wr. G. Fletcher of St. Augustine,
a valued friend of the family. After
this short but impressive service the
casket was conveyed to the private
family burying ground several miles
distant in a beautiful woodland spot,
where into the ages the whispering
winds among the pines will sing their
sweetest vespers, and the memory of
the wealth of beautiful flowers placed
by loving hands upon the new made
mound will ever soothe the aching
void of broken hearts left to mourn.
The pallbearers were Messrs. J. J.
A mt-ting of a revolutionary commlt commlt-te
te commlt-te broke up In I'etrugrad, and the
ine in Iters' went out one sometimes
two at a tluie la order that they
should not attract the attention of the
Ioliee. A couple emerging from the
building went together down the street.
"1'eter," said one to the other la an
-What Is It. Iran?"
"We have n traitor among us, a spy
of the government, who has Joined our
circle to betray us."
'Heavens: What can we do to cir
"It will be Impossible without mak
ing sacrifices. I am going to the chief
of ioliee to denounce him as a traitor
to the government, one who pretends
to serve it while betraying Its secrets
to the circle. Iiut I will not be believed
unless I betray several of our mem
bers at the same time."
"Cut they will be sent to Siberia."
"We must contrive to get them off
befwre they go. and if that Is Impossible
we must attempt a rescue."
"A rescue! Impossible!"
"We shall see."
Ivan Demizorf the next day was
eloi-eted with the chief of police. lie
named four men who were plotting
against the government. Including the
Circles are thing In which people
move and reason.
Those who move la circles Imagine
that they make the world go round,
and thoe who reason in circles are js js-ltlve
ltlve js-ltlve of It- However, a wheel U really
the only thlnsf that can move in a cir circle
cle circle and get anywhere.
The i-eriphery of the face makes a
circle, every l"rt of which Is equally
distant from a ioint within, called the
Society has circles, especially under
its eves. Tho.se who move in social
circles move because they are so un- J j
easy they cannot keep still.
Marital jars ami connubial pugilism
influence the belief that the family cir circle
cle circle mlirht frequently termed a ring
with equal appropriateness.
The girl who has many graceful
curves generally has a large circle of
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LABOR BAY EKGUElSIIlN
OUnSiliy TRIP UnKSoWiE
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WILL EXCHANGE FOR AUTO
I will exchange, even, an eighty-
spy, and recommended that they be I acre tract of land within plain sight
Pyles, Peyton Liddell, R. O. Conner, confined in a rooin on the top story of a Uf the depot at Leroy, Marion county.
Compulsory education has its draw drawbacks.
backs. drawbacks. It only forces an 80-day
schooling each year, and the child
can not be compelled to go to school
if he or she is necessary to help sup support
port support the family. And if the child has
no clothes there is no law to provide
funds for them. Then again it may
be necessary to employ a team and
wagon in each school district to
bring the children to school, and a
truant officer to see that the law is
enforced. Compulsory education under
the Florida law is a debatable sub subject.
ject. subject. Clearwater Sun.
It is well for Americans to go slow
about adopting anything that is com compulsory.
pulsory. compulsory. If it hadn't been for com compulsory
pulsory compulsory military service in Germany,
there wouldn't have been any war.
There seems to be a general dis disposition
position disposition among'the newspaper men of
Florida to favor a change in the per personnel
sonnel personnel of the Florida railroad com commission.
mission. commission. It looks bad for the mem members
bers members of the commission to be riding
around the state in the private cars,
and as the guests, of the railroad of officials
ficials officials whose acts the commission is
supposed to supervise. Rotation in
office might not be amiss. DeLand
In the Star's opinion for a railroad
commissioner to ride around the state
in the car of a railroad official, is one
of the most suspicious things he can
do. The policy of the commission for
the last two or three years looks like
the commissioners have been riding
in private cars almost too much.
That story in the Williston Courier
about the sheriff of Levy county being
implicated in a lynching, like most of
the stories in that sheets proves to be
. a fake. It seems that two negroes
living near Raleigh were arrested on
a charge of cow stealing and taken to
Williston. These negroes say that
certain Williston men took them out
and threatened to lynch them if they
did not confess. They were bound
and blindfolded and ropes put around
their necks, and, they say, they were
hauled off the ground with the ropes
and choked two or. three times each
in the attempt to make them impli implicate
cate implicate themselves or somebody else.
The sheriff says that he took the ne negroes,
groes, negroes, by their own consent, out in
the woods, with a photographer, and
Douna tnem in oraer to obtain pic pictures,
tures, pictures, which he intends to use as evi
dence against the men who gave them
the third degree. He produces affi affidavits
davits affidavits of the men concerned to prove
that he tells the truth. The affidavits
also affirm that the negroes were
treated with extreme cruelty by Wil
Twenty.-two Alachua county citi
zens charged with the murder of Dr.
Owens, of Trenton, some weeks ago,
waived preliminary hearing in Gaines
vine Monday, ana tneir case goes
over until the fall term of the circuit
court. Dr. Owens was killed some
weeks ago by a mob of frenzied citi citi-bens
bens citi-bens at or near Trenton, Alachua
The Woodmen of the World of
Sumter county district, including the
camps of Center Hill, Webster, Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, Bushnell and Wildwood put over
one of the biggest events of the year
with their barbecue and picnic at
Wildwood yesterday, with the assis assistance
tance assistance of Mayor McRainey and other
public spirited citizens of that city.
There seemed no end to the proces procession
sion procession that began to file in town at an
early hour and when the dinner sig signal
nal signal was given it is estimated that
there were over seven hundred on the
The first part of the day's pro program
gram program was a big Woodmen parade, in
which the Wildwood camp was ac accorded
corded accorded the place of honor at the head.
The procession stopped in the public
square, where scats and a speaker's
stand had been prepared for the day's
Mr. H. E. Martin, who at present
guides the destinies, of the Wildwood
camp as its consul commander, was
master of ceremonies, and introduced
Mayor McRainey, who delivered an
address that left no doubt in the
minds of his hearers as to the genu genuineness
ineness genuineness of the appreciation of having
the crowds present as their guests.
Mr. George W. Scofield,.of Inverness,
state court solicitor for this district,
icsponded to the welcome address in
a most fitting manner.
. Judge Hal Adams of Mayo, who
was present by special invitation, de delivered
livered delivered an address on "Woodcraft and
Its Relations to the Home." Mr.
Adams never fails to make a favor favorable
able favorable impression on his hearers and in
following out the theme of his subject
in his speech of Thursday at Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood he added many new laurels to
his already extravagant size wreath.
Mr. Adams has for the past six years
been one of Florida's representatives
at the sovereign head camp conven
tion and is looked upon in that body
as one of its members whose opinions
are always worthy of consideration.
He only recently returned from the
convention held at St. Paul.
After. Mr. Adams' address dinner
was announced and the hundreds
wended their way to the bounteously
filled tables prepared by the good
people of Wildwood and vicinity. Be
sides the usual "picnic dinner there
was served a quantity of well bar
becued meats, and tho the crowd was
large and hungry there was a super
For the well arranged dinner, as
well as the entire day's doings, a
great deal of credit is due the ar arrangement
rangement arrangement committee of which Mr.
Robert C. Thagard was chairman.
After dinner Senator J. S. Blitch of
Williston, at present head consul of
the Florida jurisdiction of the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen of the. World, was introduced and
made a splendid general talk on
wj.f tt: -t
u uuun xx t,. iiia many years ox ex experience
perience experience in the ranks of woodcraft
enabled him to give his hearers much
interesting information of this the
largest and strongest fraternal insur insurance
ance insurance order in the world. Mr. Blitch
read the following telegram from the
governor, who was scheduled to make
"Mr. R. C. Thagard, Wildwood, Fla.
It is with deep regret that it was not
possible for me to leave my official
duties to be present at the picnic to today.
day. today. Kindly extend to the gathering
my best wishes for a grand a success successful
ful successful celebration. Park Trammell, gov governor."
ernor." governor." At this juncture our reporter left
for Ocala and we can only surmise
that the balance of the day proceeded
according to schedule. Among the
other announced features of the day
was a ball game between Wildwood
and Oxford. It was also announced
that there would be several speeches
on the subject of bonding Sumter
county for good roads purposes, for
which an election has been called. It
is proposed to bond for $250,000, and
it is said that if those in charge of
the movement will agree to divide the
county into three districts, each to re receive
ceive receive an equal amount of the funds,
the proposition will carry. Just what
disposition of the matter was made
we did not learn. Capt. D. H. Baker
of Orange Home, has been chosen
Joseph White, Herbert Counts and G.
J. Blitch. As the grave was closed,
"Jesus Lover of vMy Soul" wa3 sung,
followed by the benediction.
Mclver and MacKay had charge of
certain bunding, a window or wmcn for a five-nassene-er tonrini? automo
bile, in good running condition. Land
could be seen from windows on the
opposite side of the street. "Other con-
is good land to cultivate, and has
uTiIratiirs I r tclilcul "Telll 1nrn whprn
- i '"' ... . i i m I
they are, will communicate with them prouaoiy some mineral unaer n. ine
. Belleview, Sept. 1. Mr. John Lyles
and Mr. J. W. Fant Jr. were visitors
to Ocala last week.
Mr. Lanier of Dallas spent several
hours in town last Thursday.
Mr. Daniel Boone made a business
trip to Oxford one day last week.
Mr. L. W. Walker and family iTave
moved to Coleman, where Mr. Walker
will take charge of a turpentine still.
Mr. J. O. Hightower was in town
last Friday and stated that he had
carried Mrs. Hightower and Mrs. Tre
mere over to Salt Springs the Tues
day morning before and left them
there, and that they could not get
away until he went for them and that
he did not propose to do so for a week
or so anyhow, and he has just about
kept his word. Now ain't, that a
pretty how de do?
Mr. McClain of Candler passed
through Belleview last Wednesday
afternoon with a fine trotting horse
that he had driven through from
Reddick since that morning and pro
posed to make Candler before night.
The Masonic fraternity has not
held a meeting since June, and it is
the lodge's plan that the next regular
meeting will be held on the Saturday
night on or before the full of the
moon, which will make it Oct. 16.
Mrs. G. R. McClendon is quite ser
iously indisposed, and it will be sev
eral days before she is up and
around among her friends.
Mr. Cecil Bryant of Ocala spent
Sunday in town visiting with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bryant.
Master Bennie Shedd returned from
Beaufort, S. C, last Saturday night,
where he has been spending a couple
of months with Mrs. Shedd, near the
Miss Ellie Tremere, Mrs. Bohanan
and Mrs. Newlands drove down to
Lake Weir and called on Mr. C. E.
Connor last Monday afternoon.
The Belleview public school opened
its doors for the school season of
1915-16 last Monday morning, with
Prof. Chambers in charge and Miss
Sallie Sigmon as assistant. The
opening enrollment showed a large
number of children on hand, and a
very successful school year is pre predicted.
dicted. predicted. Prof. Chambers is an ex experienced
perienced experienced educator, having taught in
the public schools the past eight or
nine years, including considerable
high school work, at such places as
Fellowship and Romeo, and it is his
purpose to teach" one or two grades
higher than has been taught here for
several years. Miss Sigmon is well
and favorably known in school circle
in this county and is somewhat noted
for her effectiveness and success in
teaching the primary grades. Prof.
Chambers has already formed classes
to pursue the studies in ninth and
tenth grade work. Several parties
from out of town are planning to take
advantage of the superior educational
facilities offered by the Belleview
school, and we can see no reason why
a large number of students from the
outlying districts should not come in
and participate in the good things
that the Belleview school has to offer
in the educational line.
Mr. Edwin Camp of North Lake
Weir spent last Saturday and Sunday
Rev. W. T. Whitten has converted
his large touring car into a roadster,
and with the addition of a coat of
paint and varnish, it makes quite an
attractive tootsey wootsey wagon.
and can be arrested." The chief assent
ed to the plan, the arrests were made.
and the prisoners were confined as sug
Spies were set to watch the opposite
side of the street, and If any one was
si-en making signs to the prisoners the
police were to be Informed. The men
were held several days, but no one was
seen to be communicating. Not only
did the spies become tired of watching
and consequently careless, but those
guarding the prisoners relaxed their
vigilance. It was hoped that they
would all go to sleep at the same time.
but they did not. Finally Ivan Demi
zorf confessed to the chief of police
that his plan was a failure, but It was
agreed to leave the prisoners where
they were one day longer. If at the
end of twenty-four hours no other fish
were hooked the four men were to be
scut to Siberia.
That night at 8 o'clock a man of
dark complexion, wearing a red fez.
was. seen to enter the building where
the prisoners were confined. About
half past 8 a woman with, a long stride
went In ; later a negro and still later a
man in Montenegrin costume. The
last of these persons passed in at 10
o'clock, and none of them were seen to
In the morning when the relief
guard went to the building they found
the door of the room where the prison
ers had leen placed locked. They call
ed and were answered by the guard
within and told to break down the
door. They did so and found the guard
bound and gagged, while the prisoners
were gone They told the relief that
during the previous evening they were
set upon by a number of men dressed
In different costumes, who had suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in snatching their, guns, had
overpowered them and taken away the
The man who wore the fez, first en
tering the building, was Iran Demi
zorf: the others were members of
the circle of which he was a member.
They concealed themselves In different
parts of the building, and near mid
night the negro, who was so black that
he could not be distinguished in the
darkness, crept up to the top Btory,
where the prisoners were confined, and.
peeping, saw that of the four men com
posing the guard at the door three were
sound asleep, and the other was doz
ing. Returning, he reported what he
had seen, and the rescue party, headed
by Ivan Demizorf, crawled up the stair
case. On reaching the top Demizorf
awaited his opportunity, then made a
dash for the gun of the man who was
One of the other men of the rescue
party got the gun of a man who was
asleep without encountering any re
sistance, but the two remaining res
cuers were obliged to fight for the oth
er weapons. However, it was not a
minute before every guard was cover
ed by a gun In the hands of a rescuer.
Demizorf opened the door where the
prisoners were confined and found
them all awake and Intensely interest
ed in what had been .going on out
side. There were now double the num
ber opposing the guards, and their guns
had been taken from them. Ropes and
gags had leen brought, and the first
thing done was the insertion of the
latter. Then the guards were bound.
laid on the floor, the door locked, and
the rescue party departed with the
The three bona fide members of the
circle made their escape across the
border. One remained In Germany
the two others went to America. Dem
izorf did not dare face a suspicion of
having had a hand In the rescue.
though he had leen well disguised, so
he made off for parts unknown. He
turned up In the United States, where
he !ecame a head center for an asso association
ciation association of exiles who plotted to aid
their fellow workers In Russia.
The fourth mnn who was rescued
was never heard from after his rescue.
It Is supposed that he suffered for his
treachery before the party separated.
title is clear and all taxes paid. Ad
dress, Box C06, Ocala, Fla. 8-27 dw tf
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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
M. R. WILLIAMS, C. T. A.
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YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
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COTTAGE PRAYER MEETING
Cottage prayer meeting will be
held Sunday night at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb at Ken Ken-drick.
drick. Ken-drick. Subject, law. Leader Mr.
Shaw. Everyone welcome.
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
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rS -J I The expectant
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And it Is cf the utmost
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the ume time they ar Invigorated by the
absence of bar&ssics pains bo apt to distress
the mind. Whatever will add to the comfort
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most hare a wonderfully benGcial impress
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Elaborate Labor Day Program Arranged at Pablo 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 returning
turning returning to and including September 9th.
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A., JOHN BOISSEAU, C T. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Florida,
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages, of record matter and among these is the
record history of that title.
that he has got it alL
checking before the abstract man knows
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American Plan; 2 per Day.
and up ..
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Shippin of Freigh't,
Pianos, and Safes.
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Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
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WEALTH OF THE POOR Es.sanay Drama.
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CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
THE GREATEST HOr WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
thi.-? hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest 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 $k
Next to O.K. Grocery
Catarrh a Blood Disease
S. S. S. Drives It From Your System
Because Catarrh affects the nose
aru throat, causing sores in the nos nostrils,
trils, nostrils, stoppage of air-passages and
gathering in the throat, it has been
common practice to treat Catarrh by
lotions, washes and sprays applied to
these -parts. This mode of treatment
is entirely wrong. It cannot give per permanent
manent permanent relief, and it is liable, to irri irritate
tate irritate and aggravate the trouble. Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh cannot be trifled with. If al allowed
lowed allowed to run on it will disease the
bronchial tubes; settle on the lungs,
the stomach iadeed it is a very se serious
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The fact that jit causes headaches is
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for thi3
Thought for the Day
Kinship of souls, how sweet it is
To live our little lives each day,
That other lives may touch our own.
And be the better for it, aye.
m m m
Senator and Mrs. Frederick Hud Hudson
son Hudson and family left this afternoon for
Tampa in their car, after spending a
week in thrs city and ic?nity. Ocala
has been greatly honored by their
visit and the social chairs of the
week have been charmingly graced by
Mrs. Hudson and htr chaiming little
Mrs. D. M. Smith is visiting her
niece, Mrs. W. M. Wagnon, in Tampa
for a few days.
Mr. John L. Edwards returned this
morning from a visit with his wife
and daughters, who are spending
some weeks pleasantly with relatives
at Oldtown, on the Suwanee river.
Miss Marguerite Porter, who hasi
been for the past few weeks at Camp
Minnehaha in the mountains of North
Carolina, expects to leave that pleas pleasant
ant pleasant resort this week for DesMoines,
la., where she will visit her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Lyons, until Christmas. While in Des DesMoines,
Moines, DesMoines, Miss Porter will add to her
already superb musical education by
taking lessons at Drake University.
Miss Jettie McConn has returned
from Orlando, where she went to help
her sister nurse her little nephew
thru a severe attack of sickness. The
little boy is recovering.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe of this city,
the two Mrs. Webbs and Miss Webb
of Kendrick and Mr. C. E. Connor of
Lake Weir went to Gainesville yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to join the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and other lodges of the Eastern
Star in anniversary services on
founder's day, the birthday of Robert
Morris, who founded the order. There
was a large attendance, the ceremon ceremonies
ies ceremonies were most impressive and were
followed by a most pleasant social
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Bitting and
family are now making their home at
Belleview, having moved up from St.
Petersburg last week, where they
have resided for the past two years.
Miss Louise Singleton has return
ed to her. home in Inverness' after a
week's visit to Miss Ethel Haycraft.
Miss Mildred Warner, a former
student of the Ocala high school will
arrive during the latter part of this
month from Kalamazoo, Mich., where
she has been the guest of a sister, to
spend the winter with her parents,
Judge and Mrs. Lester Warner.
Mrs. Rex Todd, who was expected
home Tuesday evening, remains in
Atlanta with her son, Dr. B. D.
Todd, who is ill with typhoid fever.
His friends in this city will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to learn that his condition is not in
the least alarming. Mrs. Todd hopes
to return home next week.
Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr. and little
daughter Virginia, who were expect expected
ed expected to arrive this afternoon from Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, will not come until some time
later, perhaps Tuesday.
Miss Sara Agnew is expected to
arrive this afternoon from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a visit of two weeks to her
sister, Mrs. J. Carstens. Miss Agnew
has just returned from a professional
visit to Nova Scotia and her friends
are delighted that she will spend her
vacation at this her old home.
Mrs. A. E. Richardson will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for a visit to her husband and
son in Atlanta. Mrs. Richardson wjll
be accompanied by her little garnd garnd-son.
son. garnd-son. Master Fred Blalcck and expects
to be away about two weeks.
Mrs. George Campbell will leave
on the" early train tomorrow morning
for a few days visit to her cousins,
Mrs. Fred Zamaner and Mrs. E. W.
Fuller and family in Jacksonville.
Miss Byrd Wartmann is the guest
for a few days of Mrs. D. E. Mclver
and family at Lake Weir.
Little Miss Alice Sexton is spend spending
ing spending the week with Miss Frances Mc Mclver
lver Mclver at Lake Weir.
Senator and Mrs. Hudson and fam family
ily family and Senator and Mrs. E. L. Car Carney
ney Carney spent yesterday afternoon visit visiting
ing visiting friends around Lake Weir. A
rwim was enjoyed by the children in
the party at Idlewild and a boun bounteous
teous bounteous picnic supper was served at the
Rheinauer dock. The entire after afternoon
noon afternoon and evening were thoroughly
enjoyed and Mr. and Mrs. Hudson
are charmed with the beauties of
Mr. Joseph Bell and Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Goin are spending today at
Mrs. W. H. Clark, who has a class
of fifteen splendid boys of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Sunday school entertained them
at a motion picture party at the
Temple yesterday afternoon. The
pictures for that especial afternoon
proved extra entertaining for the
fact of Charlie Chaplin's appearance.
department, call "phone 106)
Assisted by her daughter, Miss Collie
Clark, Mrs. Clark royally entertained
her guests at the Court Pharmacy,
where all kinds of ices and creams
were served. Those enjoying thi3
pretty compliment from their belov beloved
ed beloved teacher were Francis Bridges,
Frank Rent, Robert Spencer, Ralph
Simmons, Van Hood Liddon, Charles
Clayton, Ernest Holt, George Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, Irvin and Herbert Miller, Carl
Wenzel, Earl Bryce, Fred Winer and
Tampa Times, 2nd: Today at high
noon Miss Ruth Nelson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson, of Tampa,
and Capt. Curtis Rorebeck, U. S. A.,
were united in marriage in the pres presence
ence presence of relatives and a few intimate
The wedding was one of the pret prettiest
tiest prettiest which has occurred in the city
in some time. It was surrounded
with much interest, as the bride and
groom are both well known and pop popular
ular popular with a large circle of friends.
Pink and lavendar were the chosen
colors and these were beautifully in intermingled
termingled intermingled with a profusion of as asparagus
paragus asparagus fern and handsome potted
plants, making a most artistic and
attractive setting for the bridal
party. The reception hall, large living
room and the parlor of the Nelson
residence at 111 Hyde Park Place are
connected by broad double doorways,
and were decorated lavishly. As Asparagus
paragus Asparagus fern entwined the woodwork
and stair railing and fluffy festoons
of the fern draped the chandeliers of
each room. Large clusters of the
pink and lavender asters were used
at every available point, and inter interspersed
spersed interspersed the fern drapery on the
Preceding the ceremony a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful musical progres was rendered by
Mrs. James A. McKay, piano; Miss
Bessie Moffatt, violin, and Miss Es Es-telle
telle Es-telle Byrd, soloist. The numbers were
beautifully rendered, each lady be being
ing being a talented musician. The selec selections
tions selections chosen for this morning's wed wedding
ding wedding were:
"Romance" (Wieniawski), Mrs.
McKay, Miss MofTatt.
"To You" (Oley Speaks), Miss Es Es-telle
telle Es-telle Byrd.
"Abendlieb" x( Schumann), Mrs. Mc McKay,
Kay, McKay, Miss Moffatt.
"Dawning" (Cadman), Miss Byrd.
"An Idyl" (Robert Kramer), Mrs.
McKay, Miss MofTatt.
At the appointed hour of the wed wedding
ding wedding the strains of the wedding march
were heard and the bridal party de descended
scended descended the stairs, taking their places
in the parlor, where Rev. John Gra Graham
ham Graham of Brooksville, a cousin of the
bride, performed the impressive cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. As the bridesmaids descended the
sairs in couples, each couple received
a floral arch of lavendar and pink in intertwined
tertwined intertwined with pink and green, from
the two little sisters of the bride,
Misses Elizabeth and Virginia Nel Nelson.
son. Nelson. The little girls wore dainty white
lingerie dresses, made in high waist
design, and their ribbons were pink.
The bridesmaids wore charming
frocks of white lingerie with pink
and lavender jackets, and their hats
were white, trimmed in the color
which matched the jacket work. The
wedding procession from the stair to
the altar was very lovely and t the
floral arches which the girls carried
in place of the usual bouquets, made
an unusual and very lovely feature.
The bridesmaids were three sisters
of the bride Misses Emma, Edna
and Nellie Nelson and Miss Phiilis
Carnes, Miss Fannie Lawrence, Miss
Mary Adams, Miss Harriet ft Larner
and Miss Marion Harvey.
Following them came the bride,
who wore a handsome costume of
cream-tinted satin charmeuse, fash fashioned
ioned fashioned with graceful long train, and
trimmed in exquisite silk shadow
lace and dainty pearls. Her veil was
charmingly draped, and she carried a
handsome bouquet of bride's roses
and valley lilies, formed the shower.
The bride is a dainty type and she
was more than usually, charming in
her wedding robes.
Master Bobbie Bahrt, wearing a
suit of white, was the important little
train-bearer. As the bridal party
took their places, little Misses Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth and Virginia Nelson carried
ropes of asparagus fern and pink and
lavender streamers to the altar, con connecting
necting connecting the arches and encircling the
wedding party. The groom had no
attendant, meeting the bride at the
After the young couple had receiv received
ed received the many good wishes and congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations of their friends a charming
wedding-breakfast was served in the
dining room, which was beautifully
decorated in white and green. The
bride's table was centered with a
large cluster of white asters and the
chandelier above the table was en entwined
twined entwined in a luxurious profusion of
fern with flowers and white maline
intermingled, streamers of the latter
extending to the table. The place
cards were beautiful, hard-made, and
they were the work of the bride's
brother. These were unique and each
one bore some appropriate design or
inscription for the guest for which it
was intended. The pink and lavender
was carried out in pretty ways, the
glass stems being tied with tiny rib ribbons
bons ribbons in these tints. The candles were
(Continued on Last Page)
z A Comedy of Love
4 By CLARISSA MACKIE
Trent ham people always called the
G:3C train "tbe Cupid express," be because
cause because It luvarlably carried one or more
It was the close of a March day, ex exactly
actly exactly G:2G p. m., and the Cupid express
had Just snorted away cityward with
two of Treutbam's fair brides nud In Incidentally
cidentally Incidentally the newly made husbands.
The Faber twins had Just le&i mar married.
ried. married. It was a double wedding, and
all the town bad turned out to send
them off with a suitable merrymaking.
"Where Is Edith?" inquired Mrs. Wil William
liam William Blake, craning her neck around
the carriage. "Where is Edith T she
repeated sternly as her niece took her
place In the surrey.
Cora Morris voice was guilty.
"Edith Is walking home." she said.
Mrs. Blake drew a sharp breath.
"Walking?" she interrogated.
Cora nodded, but her face beneath the
white hood of ber cloak was serious.
"Not alone?" declared Mrs. Blake In
the decisive tone of one who knew.
"With Harley Lane. confessed Cora.
"Ah!" Mrs. Blake's tone was freez freezing.
ing. freezing. She sank back in ber seat and
was silent. Bitter thoughts crowded
It was like an unkind fate to decree
that her only child, Edith, should fall
In love with Judge Lane's son.
She had always tried to keep them
apart and was openly rude to young
Lane. And Harley was disconcerting disconcertingly
ly disconcertingly polite to her.
"Mrs. Blake would be the Jolllest
woman in the world if she would only
forget her grouch against the world,"
said her would be son-in-law to his fa father
ther father one day.
But the Judge had frowned and look looked
ed looked very uncomfortable.
"I wonder why your mother is so
set against me," remarked Harley as
he tucked Edith's hand under his arm
and marched down the street.
Edith's eyelashes flickered aa the
surrey passed them at a corner where
a street lamp shone brightly.
"I don't !elleve she really hates you.
Ilarley," she said. but some one has
whispered a bit of ancient history to
me. Years ago mother was engaged
to marry your father. They quarreled,
and neither forgave the other. Both
married. There you are, sir!"
"The deuce!" whistled Ilarley; then
he added hastily: "They've both been
widowed for fifteen years. Why didn't
they marry each other?"
"I don't know." sighed Edith. "They
couldn't really have cared."
"Dear, do you know I was wishing
that you and I had courage to throw
conventions to the four winds and
elope on th Cupid express some day!"
"They would never forgive us, dear,"
murmured Edith, "and we couldn't
really be happy If they didn't"
"I know it There's only one thing
to do, then to convert them to our
way of thinking."
"How can we do that?"
"1 didn't have an idea until you told
me that once they had been sweet sweethearts.
hearts. sweethearts. Listen to this scheme."
Mrs. Blake saw them lingering at the
front gate. Her handsome face grew
sterner, and her lips straightened Into
a thin line.
Her hands smote sharply together In
a passion of wounded pride.
"His son of all men!" she "moaned
One April afternoon Mrs. Blake re returned
turned returned from her euchre club to find
the house strangely silent"
' "Miss Edith r repeated Jane, the
maid. "Why, Miss Edith left the
house an hour ago. She carried a suit
"A suit case?" Interrupted Mrs.
Blake. "Did she say where she was
"No, ma'am. I wouldn't have known
about It only I heard the front door
close, and I looked and saw Miss Edith
running down tbe walk. A cab was
there. She Jumped in and was oft!
"Very likely she has been called over
to -her cousin's In South Trentham.
She will telephone to me no doubt"
The clock in the ball chimed the
quarter after G, and mingled with' It
was the sharp. Insistent tinkle of the
Winona Blake's voice shook a little
as she lifted the receiver from Its book.
"Yes?" she Inquired.
It was Edith's voice, shaking Id
"Mother, dear," she quavered, -would
you consent to my my marrying Har Harley?"
ley?" Harley?" An Instant's silence, then, the moth
ers voice, cold and terrible:
"No daughter of mine ever will mar marry
ry marry him!"
"Mother!" Edith's voice was stricken.
"Where are you?" asked Mrs. Blake.
"The railroad station."
"Walt until I come!" ordered Mrs.
Blake, and. hanging up the receiver,
she rushed from the house, still wear wearing
ing wearing her hat and ber most becoming
afternoon gown gown-There
There gown-There was no time to call Thomas.
Before he could harness one of the lazy
blacks into the runabout the Cupid ex express
press express would be away from the station!
As Mrs. Blake hurried up the stairs
she heard the thunder of the approach approaching
ing approaching train. Her lips tightened.
I will go along, too!" sh thought.
"Edith Is a minor, and
"Here, madam!" A conductor almost
lifted her to the steps, and as she stag staggered
gered staggered acros.- the platform into the
coach a shower of small particles fell
stinglngly upon her face.
"KIce!" called somt-Jjody from the
"Where's the bridegroom?! some one
asked in a loud wbi;p4-r.
"The oUl party In the pray overcoat
See the confetti .n his hat?"
And at thi moment Mr. Blake col collided
lided collided with nonie one in the nlle. They
graspvd eacu oilier and wa.ved with
the moving train.
"Tour-glared Mrs. mate.
"YouT glared Judge Lane.
A murmur ran through the car.
Smiles spread from face to face, for
was not this the honeymoon train, and
did they not recognize a bridal couple?
There was the handsome middle aged
pair In gala attire; there was the con confetti,
fetti, confetti, rice. Somewhere In the rear a
light headed youth whistled the wee weeding
ding weeding march from "Lohengrin."
Furiously embarrassed, angry and
quite helpless in the face of so many
whole hearted strangers. Judge Lane
accepted the nearest proffered seat and
poshed the equally embarrassed, angry
and helpless lady into It
"We may as well sit down." he snap snapped.
ped. snapped. "Yes!" she gasped. "Of course you
know why I'm here?"
"I'm on the same errand. I waa
searching the train when I met you.
Ilarley telephoned me for my blessing
be fore they were married. Bah!
"Tickets, please!" smiled the conduc conductor.
tor. conductor. Mrs. Blake suffered a cold chllL Her
pocketbook was .t home. Could she
accept money from John Lane?
She did. for without asking her per permission
mission permission he opened a bulging pocket pocket-book
book pocket-book and paid for both tickets.
Grinnlnsly the conductor punched
the rebate checks and gave them to'
"Congratulations, Judge." he said as
he moved along. "I knew the Cupid
would catch you some day"
A cold horror settled upon the two
in the seat So they were supposed to
be a newly wedded pair!
Both were thinking of one day thir thirty
ty thirty years ago wben they plighted their
troth In the apple orchard beneath a
snow of blossoms.
It was before the day of the Cup'.d
express, but they had planned a wed wedding
ding wedding Journey, and Jt had never come
And now, each one In pursuit of an
eloping child, they had met after all
these years. People believed they
were a honeymoon couple!
"Absurd!" declared Mrs. Blake aloud.
"Ridiculous!" huskily agreed the
"Perhaps you had better see If they
are on the (.rain." suggested Mrs.
Blake after awhile.
That's a good Ideal" and Judge
Lane escaped to the rear coaches.
After awhile he came back.
"They are not on the train." he said
"How odd!" cried Mrs. Blake. "But,
then, Edith didn't say she was mar married.
ried. married. She only asked permission, and
as she was telephoning from the rail railroad
road railroad station I concluded they were go going
ing going to take this train."
"So I Inferred from Harley's mes message,"
sage," message," responded the Judge stiffly.
"I boe they are not married. It is
out of the question T went on Mrs
"Out of the question," agreed the
A silence fell between them, and
then Mrs. Bhike felt a blush creeping
over her smooth, pale cheek.
Was he looking at her?
Slowly her eyes turned toward him,
until, through her lashes, she could
see his blue eyes regarding her" with
an odd wlstfulness.
"Absurd!" Khe c bided henself sharply.
"Winnie." be .whispered suddenly,
"you haven't forgotten, after all?"
"I never could. John." she whispered
"Then let this be our wedding trip."
he urged after awhile.
"But we must return tonight," she
cried hastily. "I must be sure about
"And Harley." he added.
"About Edith and Harley, she gen gently
tly gently corrected herself.
When the 11:15 train from town
drew Into Trentham that night It
found two anxious young people'pac people'pac-lng
lng people'pac-lng the platform.
"They will never forgive us for lur luring
ing luring them nlonrd that Cupid train,"
said Edith nervously.
"They might." Harley smiled cryp cryptically.
tically. cryptically. -Here they are. Edith! To Together
gether Together and looking sheepish! p Why,
father," he -aid reproachfully, Tve
been worried to death about you!
Where have you been?"
The Judge blushed and clung to his
wife's baud. "Why. we've been get getting
ting getting married!"
"Married!" echoed Edith. "Without
saying a word to me? Why, mother!"
"But you and Ilarley have married
without consulting us"
"Married?" interrupted Edith Inno Innocently.
cently. Innocently. "Why. mother, dear. X wouldn't
marry without your blessing. And 1
want a home wedding, with all my
friends and heaps of present and we
shall take the Cupid express, shan't
A Rmlle flickered on riarieys face.
"Sure we will, if dad doesn't ob object"
ject" object" But the bride and bridegroom, walk walking
ing walking ahead, were so absorbed In each
other that they ueter answered the
question. But. as Uarley told hi
sweetheart, it was one of those ques questions
tions questions that answered themselves.
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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 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 wishing
ing wishing to help him and his family can
communicate with this oGce. dw tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see IL W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
On next Saturday the Seaboard
Air Line will run an excursion to
Fernandina, Pablo Beach and Atlantis
Beach, and the exceptionally attrac attractive
tive attractive rates from Ocala to all threo
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 $L50 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 -dav 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 Bolsseau, the
local ticket agent, is anticipating a
big crowd from Ocala.
THE VALUE OF ANYTHING
IS ACCORDING TO WHAT
Kissinxmee, Fla. "The vuluo cf aay
mediaine is according to what it accoxa-
Ehshes for one in
ad health, and the
val ue of Dr. Pierce's
f V x j. Favorite Prescrip
ts "WT- tion and Pleasant
a ." .'jVi. Pellets U more than
J4' J f'j.f I can state. I had
: Decn in an exceed
ingly run-down con con-riitinn.
riitinn. con-riitinn. reuniting
J :froni chill, fever
p"""l""r A" C' and amp. &A verr
lit Ue ambition for
work rj" rJeMtirt
I was bo tired that life itself was a burden.
My stomach was deranged, too, and appe appetite
tite appetite gone, and the nerves were in such an
irritable shape that I could not stand any
noise or bad news, even the familiar nobea
on our farm would set my nervea quiver quivering;
ing; quivering; and to make bad matters worse, I
was in the 'change with much of the
serious, unpleasant and uncomfortabla
features that occur at this precarious
time of a woman's life. The 'Favorite
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what brought the best of changes ia my
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benefited by using the 'Pellets.'" Mes
J. A. IIicxs, Railroad St.
Middle aged women about to experi experience
ence experience that dreaded change of life, ehouLJ
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Not only does it build up the entire
system and make it strong and vigorous
enough to withstand the organic distur disturbances,
bances, disturbances, but it has a quieting effect upon
the feminine organisro.
A Crajby 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
(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
l would like crabs?"
He must have been buying
Fresh Sea Food Place atHogan's
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EP WORTH LEAGUE
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
8 2-tf .Lattner's Jiano Store.
HA SB AFK
All members of the Senior Ep-j
worth League are requested to be (Continued from Third Page)
present at the special business meet-'
ing of the league this evening at in the same tints, which was repeated
7:30 at the Methodist church. j as much as possible in the several
Captain and Mrs. Rorebeek left this
Mr. Watterson Tucker has returned
from a combined business and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure trip down the east coast.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. Bernard Zachry left yesterday
afternoon over the Seaboard for his
home in Waycross, Ga., after a few
days' visit to his friend and former
partner, Mr. P. J. Theus.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
A burnedlbridge at Maddox, up in
North Florida, gave the Coast Line
trainmen "much trouble yesterday.
No. 40 northbound and No. 9 south
-bound had to transfer, which made
them both late.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Mr. W. P. Huckaby, a veteran op
erator from Tarpon Springs, is help
ing Agent Williams with the day
work at the A. C. L. passenger sta
tion. Mr. L. W. Lambert has the
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
County Commissioner Hill, of
Alachua, and Mr. Taylor of the
Baird Hardware Co., of Gainesville,
were in town yesterday in Mr. Hill's
car; Secretary Rooney joined them
and they inspected the streets and
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the .watchword which insures you
Careful compounding. The Court
Ocala's second baseball team will
play Citra this afternoon at Hunter
Park. The Citra team is the only
one that has defeated the colts this
season, and with their desire to re
gain their prestige no doubt the
game today will be an interesting
one. Battery for Ocala, Reuben Bla
lock and Cecil Jones.
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-Lx&
Lx& Max-Lx& cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
At the Board, of Trade rooms is
bunch of genuine, old fashioned
goober-peas, grown on the farm of
Mr. J. M. Fennell near Kendrick.
These peas are extra fine for hog feed
and are very prolific in Florida's
sandy soil. It is from their supposed
habit of digging up these peas that
the Georgians have gained the nick
name of "goober-grabbers."
ladies went to Orange Springs yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon on a fishing trip and
returned at nine last evening, having
had a fine picnic and caught a good
string of fish.
Mr. J. E. Lofton, wife and sister,
Mr. W. D. Shuffield, wife and chil
dren, Mr. Harry Shuffield of 'lampa,
who were on their way home from
Arlington, Ga., where they have been
for the past three weeks, stopped
over for supper in the city with their
friends and former neighbors, Messrs.
Layne and Layton, at their home on
Oklawaha avenue. Mr. Lofton is a
large furniture dealer and the
Messrs. Shuffield are prominent law
yers of that city. The party was in
three large touring cars.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
lar's worth of other groceries, for
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Some miscreant invaded Mr. C. W.
Mnffatt's nremises last night and
stole his pants. Mr. Moffatt, unlike
a newspaper man, had some other
pants, so he was able to array him himself
self himself this morning and go out of doors.
He found the missing pants on the
back steps with the pockets turned, a
small sum of meney in them having
been taken, but Mr. M's. treasured
pocketknife still in one of the pockets
We are so afraid somebody will steal
our nants that we sleep with them
under our head.
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
Ae the Temple tonight will be the
the eighth episode of "The Diamond
from the Sky," "Ham in the Nut
Factory" and those usual favorites
G. M. Anderson and Margurite Clay
ton, in a drama.
The Lake Weir W. C. T. U. was
called to order by the vice president,
Mrs. Cameron, in the absence of the
president, Mrs. Reed.
Song, "He Leadeth Me."
Psalms Gl-02 were read in concert.
Minutes of previous meeting read:
and approved. I
A letter was read from Miss Neal
and it was voted to send the Union
Signal to one of the officers for the
Moved and carried the union send
the Crusader to the teacher of the
A box of literature was sent to the
Marion county convict camps.
It was decided to have the young
people's silver medal contest the sec
ond Friday in September.
The Lake Weir W. C. T. U. will
give a reception Friday evening, Sept.
3rd, .at the church for the school
teacher and children. Everybody is
invited to come.
Roll call. "Praises." Eleven mem
bers and two visitors were present.
The literary part of the hour was
conducted by Mrs. Kelley. "Mother's
Meeting." She took as her subject,
Heart to Heart Talks," from the
Mother's Magazine. Also giving a
very interesting talk.
The next meeting will be held at
the church Thursday afternoon, Sept.
9th, at 3 o'clock. It is requested that
all members be present as far as pos
sible, as officers for the ensuing year
will be elected at this meeting.
Grace H. Snook,
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
On Saturday and Monday, 1?
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, fo
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
IFIRE SIHI OYSTER;
Solid Quart 50c
Solid Pint 25c
Moderate Prices on all kinds Fresh Fislt and Meat Z
10 SECOND STREET
WILL BUY OR SELL
I am now prepared to buy and sell Corn,
Hay, Grain and Feed Stuff of all kinds. It
will pay you to consult with me if you are in the
market either to buy or to sell. Corn must have
shucks removed, arid be well matured.
Call on me at ray stables on West Broadway,
H. Ja BJD!HlfLLS
PHOIIE-356 --- OCALA FLORIDA
LAKE WEIU W. C. T. U.
Messrs. C. N. Kirkland, J. J. Wat
ers. E. P. Pacetti, E. G. Rivers, Claud On Saturday and Monday, 17
Smith, Mrs. Kirkland and two other pounds of sugar for ?1, with one dol-j afternoon for Key West, where they
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tl are to make their home. Captain
Rorebeek was stationed at Fort Dade
for some time, and he made a host of
friends in Tampa and thi3 vicinity
while located at that fort. His trans transfer
fer transfer to Key West was a source of gen genuine
uine genuine regret.
Mrs. Rorebeek is one of Tampa's
most attractive and accomplished
young women She is a popular mem member
ber member of the younger society set, and
her departure from the city will be
regretted by a host of friends and
The bride's traveling costume was
a very handsome suit of white taffeta,
with a white taffeta sailor to match,
and her shoes, handbag and other ac
cessories were likewise in white.
Captain and Mrs. Rorebeek receiv
ed many handsome and useful wed wedding
ding wedding gifts, attesting the love and
friendship of a large number. The
young couple enjoy the very best
wishes for success and happiness of
all their friends.
Orange Springs, Sept. 1. From
Citra Saturday came Messrs. V. J.
Kunze, Ralph Shortridge, Solan Lam
bert, Harry Massey, Guyton Melton
and the Misses Etta Burleson, Onie
Lambert, Jessie Shortridge, Adelaide
Harrison and with them was Mrs. N.
Coker from Lily, DeSoto county.
They spent the day at the spring en
joying the fine bathing.
Mrs. W. H. Pegram is on the sick
Messrs. W. J. Crosby, Paul Dupree
and Jack Sherouse of Citra were in
town Monday on business.
Mrs. Pegram has as roomers this
week Messrs. Walter Crown, Ray
mond Crown and Van Taylor, from
Mrs. Riley of Hawthorn is .spend
ing this week at the Pegram House.
Mrs. F. H. Pedrick is in Ocala to
day interviewing the dentist, having
Mr. C. L. Minderman is in Jack
sonville this week.
Mr. J. R. Fishel of Miami was here
last week looking after his property
near town, also Mr. K. Abolin of Con
-Mr. F. W. Sears has bought the
Massey home here and expects to
make extensive improvements on it.
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; al'
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Model AA Maxwell run
about in very best of condition. Has
been run less than 1000 miles. Top
prest-o-lite, new coil and tires al
good. A nifty little car and a bar
gam for cash. Address Auto, care
FOR SALE New1 $50 RANGE for
only $28.50; fine, large,, heavy cast
iron, with large brass hot water tank
and large over. New never used. Big
bargain. Can be seen at residence of
E. C. Smith, 403 Daugherty street
(Anthony road). fri-sat-tf
WANTED Any one desiring board
in private family; house well venti
lated and screened. Apply to 1129
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-lm
! FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house
keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7t
WANTED From 1 to 100 head o
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the
month at 80c per head. Every pre
caution will be used to keep hogs in
a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,
Oxford, Fla. 8-16-2Ct.
BURNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev
ery modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to public
square. Would not rent for less than
six months. Apply at Star office tf.
LUal uoid ring, signet oi 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. 31-6t
daughter, Mrs. Mobley at her home in
Norman Park, Ga. Mrs. Mobley has
typhoid fever and her death is mo momentarily
mentarily momentarily expected. Her sister Mrs.
Minnie Reed and brother, Mr. Lawton
Bailey, are at her bedside. Mr. and
Mrs. Bailey have the sysmpathy of a
host of friends in this their deep af affliction.
Mr. H. J. Ashley received a tele telegram
gram telegram this morning calling him to
Moultrie, Ga., on account of the ser serious
ious serious condition of his daughter, Miss
Alethia. The telegram from Mrs.
Ashley is very brief, but states that
here was an error madp in the fill
ing oi a prescription, and requests
Mr. Ashley to come at once as his
daughter's condition is serious. Mr.
Ashley left on the early Seaboard
train for Moultrie, and it is hoped
that he will be greeted with good
news upon his arrival.
Mrs. John Sauls of St. Ietersburg
passed through town today on her
iy to Atlanta to spend a month.
Mrs. H. W. Woodward and three
children arrived this afternnon to
spend some time with Mrs. Wood Woodward's
ward's Woodward's brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Pacetti at their home
on Daugherty street.
Miss Byrd Young is the guest of
relatives in Tampa where she will be
for two weeks enjoying a portion of
her well earned vacation.
Miss Alice Campbell is having a
most delightful visit to friends and
relatives in Louisville, Ky., and
thoroughly enjoying the novelty of
September fires, as the weather up
there is quite autumny.
Mr. Sebron Weathers is a prominent
visitors from the Cotton Plant sec
tion in our city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wartmann en
tertained at a beutiful little family
dinner at their cozy bungalow home in
Citra Wednesday evening in compli
ment to Senator and Mrs. Frederick
Hudson and family. Mrs. Hudson and
Mrs. Wartmann were former neigh neighbors
bors neighbors in Kansas and their meeting
was indeed a most pleasant one.
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The fun of the good old summer
time is to observe how very much
many of the married men enjoy
"playing bachelor." The chances are
that if "wifey" could only catch'em
their condition might remain perma
Next Thursday will mark the clos
ing of the half holiday season among
the different stores in this city. Next
Thursday afternoon there will be
many a yawn stifled between dry hot
palms in, a vain effort to overcome
that regular Thursday siesta if eeling.
Fond memories of those happy vaca
tion afternoon's will linger long in
the hearts of the clerks with a deep
appreciation that cannot be express
ed in mere words towards the merci
ful spirit that prompted the move
ment of half holidays. As the dear
old vacation time closes a grateful
prayer is made to the honor, of the
employers and 'as the general set settling
tling settling down to earnest work is begun a
better and more loyal spirit is deeply
manifested for "In so much as ye
have done it unto one of the least of
these, so will I do unto thee." A gold
en rule true now as in the days of
Mr. Neil Ferguson returned yester
day afternoon from a month's vaca
tion spent in the North Carolina
mountains, at Waynesville, Juniluska
Asheville, Mt Mitchell and Franklin,
He declares he comes home "heart
whole and fancy free" but a little
bird! has whispered.
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Master Van Hood Ferguson, returned
home Monday afternoon from
months visit to relatives in the wesj
tern portion of the state. She was
accompanied home by her mother,
Mrs. Mattie Sistrunk, who will be
her guest for some time.
At least fifty people are expected
to leave the city in Sister Esther
Carlotta's party on October 6, for
San Francisco. The party is now
being organized and will enjoy a tour
that is probably the most elaborate
and extensive of any to leave Flon
A month will be consumed in the
tour and the principal points of inter
est in the far West will be visited
with many side trips included. The
annual convention of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition will be at
tended and a week spent in 'Frisco.
Applications are now being receiv
ed from various people and any one
may join the party up to September
15, when the list will be closed. Two
special cars will take the party west.
leaving the city on the Seaboard Ah"
line railway for New Orleans. Jack
There will be gold medal contest
this evening at the Griner Farm
school house, to which the public is
Master Jack Igou left this after
noon to spend the week end with
Master Kenneth and Master Reggie
MacKay at the "Highlands" on Lake
Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey received
a telegram this morning announc announcing
ing announcing the very critical illness of their
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,
GET RID OF THOSE
POISONS IN YOUR SYSTEM!
You will find Dr. Bell's New Life
Pills a most satisfactory laxative in
releasing the poisons from your sys system.
tem. system. Accumulated waste and poisons
cause manifold ailments unless re released.
leased. released. Dizziness, spots before the
eyes, blackness and a miserable feel
ing generally are indications that you
need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take
a dose tonight and you will exper-
ience a graieiui renei Dy morning.
25 cents. No. 3.
A PINE WHOOPING
Mothers, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
is just the remedy for your children's
cold ailments. The fact is that pine is
a quick enemy of cold conditions. Its
Qualities loosen the mucous in the
throat, soothe the lungs and open up
the air passages. The combination of
honey, soothing and pleasant, with the
loosening pine quality makes this an
ideal cough remedy for children.
Each passing year brings for it, new
friends. A family of growing children
cannot afford to be without it. 25c
a bottle. No. 3.
TKfl 0 ffil fRfiilfPFP7 i
302 W. BROADWAY
JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES
' 4 FOR
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY
WHITE BACON, per lb.: ...J2o
SUGAR, 16 Dounds for ...v ..$1.00 l
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 g S
FLASHLIGHT I?sfng FLOUR S.bgi5000c
FINE IRISH POTATOES, per pk. 25c
FINE LARGE LEMONS, per doz. 15c
SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c
You may change your
home but your drink
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The drink that quenches
thirst perfectly and the
one that punches out
that tired feeling.
SHRIMP, CRABS, AND OTHER
table delicacies 4h
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Fare includes meals and stateroom berth. ,wwm?
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket .Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
Pablo Ccacli :
Atlantic Beseh -1
EXCIK M TO
Oxford 2.00 Sparr ?10
Summerfield 2.00 Citra 110
Belleview .. .' 2.00 Hawthorne, ... ISO
Ocala 1.50 Campville 1X0
Anthony 1X0 Island Grove 1-50
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 Fernan-dina,
dina, Fernan-dina, September 7th, '1915. j
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT
JOHN BOISSEAU, C T. A, G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Ocala, Florida. Jacksonville, Fla.
TRY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries;
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