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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
LOCAL NEWS
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLOKIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1915
NO. 213
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Grand Duke Nicholas Seems to Have Been
Given the Grand Bounce

RUSSIANS MAKE MORE AND
Petrograd, Sept. 8. Grand Duke
Nicholas, who has been in command
of the Russian forces, has been trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Caucasus by Emperor
Nicholas, who assumes chief com command
mand command of the Russians. The Caucas Caucasian
ian Caucasian is relatively unimportant. Small
Russian and Turkish forces are there
and fighting has been prefunetory for
several months.
EMPEROR WILL LEAD HIS OWN
ARMIES
London, Sept. 8. The army order
issued that Grand Duke Nicholas has
been transferred as commander of the
Russians, infers that Emperor Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas "in assuming the supreme com command
mand command supplant sthe grand duke.
IMPORTANT MOVES EXPECTED
The News that Emperor Nicholas
has placed himself at the head of the
Russian army, and the visit of the
French commander-in-chief, Joffre, to
the Italian army foreshadow stirring
events.
It is declared that the Russians are
nearly, if not" quite, holding their .own
against the Teutons, whose advance
at most points has been stopped, and
in places the Russians are taking the
offensive. Riga, still remains the dan danger
ger danger point. However, the fact that the
Russians are still holding their own
after the Germans advanced, to Dvina
leads military writers to conclude that
the Russians are reasonably sure of
their ability to defend the river and
in time to push far enough west to
relieve the pressure on the forces on
the Riga gulf.
AMPLE SUPPLIES OF AMMUNI AMMUNITION
TION AMMUNITION The stands the Russians are mak making
ing making suggests that their ammunition
supplies are ample. A Petrograd cor correspondent
respondent correspondent says the ammunition
shortage of the Russians has been
corrected and while the production is
slow, it is incessant and growing in
activity and method.
A GREAT OFFENSIVE IS IMMI IMMINENT
NENT IMMINENT London, Sept. 8. With Emperor
Nicholas in supreme command of the
Russian army, London, is speculating
what sector of the eastern front will
be selected as the emperor's head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. Courland appears the most
critical sector. General von Hinden Hinden-burg
burg Hinden-burg is making little progress there.
In the central sector, hejd by 'the
grand duke, the German effort to
drive a wedge is proceeding slowly.
The'Galician wing makes a stubborn
stand
General Joffre has returned to
Fiance, and British warships hpm hpm-barding
barding hpm-barding the Belgian coast lead ex experts
perts experts to believe a concentrated move movement
ment movement of the allies is imminent.
German submarines have torpedoed
two ships off the French coast, the
steamers Guatemala and Carony. The
crews of both vessels were saved.
DID LITTLE DAMAGE
Another Raid of German Air Craft
on England
(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 8. German aircraft
raided the east coast of England last
night. The official announcement re
garding the raid says:
"Hostile aircraft re-visited the east
ern counties Tuesday night and drop
ped bombs. It is known that there
have been some fires and some cas
ualties, but particulars are not yet
available. The number of casualties
will be communicated to the press as
soon as they can be obtained."
SUED POTATOES
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

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ABOUT TO TAKE THE OFFENSIVE

(Associated Press)
STORM ON THE GULF LAST
WEEK WAS DISASTROUS
TO THE SPONGERS
(Associated Press)
Tampa, Sept. 8. The death list in
the recent storm is indicated at twenty-one,
by reports just reaching here.
Eight of the crew of the schooner
Jchn Whilden were lost. The schoon schooner
er schooner Gertie with a crew of nine wast
last seen Friday with her masts gone
and helpless. A diving boat from the
sponge schooner Beatrice, with four
men, has been missing since last
week.
WILL MEET NEXT WEEK
Pan American Diplomats, Who are
Trying to Secure Mexican Peace
Washington, Sept. 8. The Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American diplomats trying to rees reestablish
tablish reestablish a constitutional government
in Mexico will meet next week to con consider
sider consider the replies to their appeal to
to the Mexican factions for a peace
conference. At. this meeting they
will plan their next step.
TURKS LOSE DESTROYER
AND A TRANSPORT
Allied Subs are Making Sea of Mar Marmora
mora Marmora Very Unsafe
Athens, Sept. 7. Via Paris. An
allied submarine has sunk the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish torpedo boat destroyer Yar His His-sar
sar His-sar in the sea of Marmora.
Got a Transport with Big Guns
London, Sept. 8. An 'Athens dis
patch to the Exchange Telegraph
Company says, a British submarine
sunk a Turkish transport carrying
twenty-eight centimeter guns from
Contsantihople to Gallipoli, in the sea
of Marmora.
ELECTRA
Electra, Sept. 7. The Electra
school opened Monday with Miss
Mary Hamilton teacher and twenty
one pupils, and with bright prospects
for a successful term.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Caldwell and
baby of Tangerine spent last week
with Mr. Caldwell's mother and
father, Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Caldwell.
Mr. T. J. Sellers has gone to Stuart,
after spending the summer with his
mother and children.
Mr. Jesse from Levon was in our
tewn Sunday.
Mr. Irvine Marsh from Palatka is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Marsh.
Miss Martha Fort spent Thursday
with Miss Maryella Mock.
Dr. P. P. Pillans and wife are here
with the former's father, Mr. J. C.
Pillans.
Mr. A. L. Barber has returned from
Umatilla.
Miss Mate Halford spent Friday a
the guest of Miss Martha Fort.
Mrs. Henry Fort and Mrs. Perry
were callers in our town Monday.
The friends of Mr. Jim CaldweL
are sorry to hear of his sudden illness
but hope he will soon recover.
Mr. Joseph Stanaland of Lynne
spent Monday afternoon with Mr. J
H. Halford.
Rev. Gorbett closed a series of
meetings here Sunday with a large
attendance and dinner on the grounds
For plumbing and electrical .work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

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AND ALLIES III THE WEST
SPANISH KING THINKS THE END
OF GREAT ARMAMENTS IS
NOT IN SIGHT
(Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 8. King Alphonso of
Spain has abandoned his plan to visit
America, because of the war. He
told Senor Cevillier, an Argentine
journalist, that after this war the na
tions would arm more than ever.
VOII TIHPITZ VILL
TAKE A VACATION
REPORTS OF HIS RESIGNATION
MADE WITHOUT ANY.'
REASON
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, Sept. 8. The reports
that Admiral Von Tirpitz, the Ger German
man German marine minister intends resign resigning,
ing, resigning, are inventions, although he in
tends taking a brief vacation, ac
cording to a Berlin correspondent of
an Amsterdam paper, who claims he
obtained the information from ex
cellent authority.
BERLIN
Berlin, Sept. 8. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Pearce spent last Sunday the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stephens.
Rev. W. J. Folks of Juliette will
fill the pulpit at the Baptist church at
Fellowship next Sunday morning,
Sept. 12th, at 11 o'clock. There will
be Sabbath school at 10 o'clock. Ev
erybody is invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards and Mr.
and Mrs. Retis Limbaugh and chil children
dren children of Williston, met Mr. and Mrs.
Joe White and children of Ocala at
the Fellowship school building last
Sunday morning and under the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful shade of trees nearby they spent
the day, having brought along their
lunch baskets to help the noon hour
pass away more joyfully. They re
mained until after Sunday school in
the afternoon and in the cool of the
evening said their farewells, each
family returning to their respective
homes.
Mr. Coyle Roe and his mother were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully last Sunday.
Mr. W. L. Mills and sister, Miss
Eva Mills, were the week-end guests
of relatives at Flemington. They
were accompanied home by their sis
ter, Miss Mattie Mills, who has been
spending a few iweeks at Fleming-
ton, the guest of friends and rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Frink were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Brooks.
Hay cutting and corn breaking is
the order of the day now.
The Fellowship school is progress progressing
ing progressing very nicely under the able man management
agement management of Misses Salters and Perry.
They have an enrollment of 70 and
there will probably be others to come
in later. Miss Salters hopes to be
supplied with another assistant teach teacher
er teacher before long.
Mrs. J. H. Clark and two sons,
Cecil and Bernard, spent last Sunday
with Rev. and Mrs. Z. A. Crumpton.
Mr. WTade Geiger of Micanopy is
spending a while in Berlin, the guest
of friends.
Quite a number of Berlinites at attended
tended attended preaching services at Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton last Sunday evening.

ALFONSO WON'T
VISIT AMERICA

EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES

VERY INDISCREET

(Associated Press)

Washington, Sept, 8. The presi president
dent president went unannounced to the state
department this morning. He brush brushed
ed brushed by the messenger into Secretary
Lansing's private office, and found
the secretary sitting in his shirt;
sleeves, talking to Mrs. Lansing. Itj
is presumed the president wanted to
confer with Mr. Lansing regarding
the letter of the Austrian ambassador,
Dumba.
The president left the executive of-J
fiees through a little used entrance
and walked unattended across the
avenue while employes and tourists!
gazed at him. Secret service men
hurried after him, but did not catch
up until Secretary Lansing's office
was reached. The president remain
ed in the secretary's office fifteen i
minutes in conference with Lansing,
who conferred with Ambassador
Dumba, yesterday.
AMBASSADOR HAS BEEN INDIS INDISCREET
CREET INDISCREET Ambassador Dumba tried to ex explain
plain explain to Secretary Lansing the letter
he wrote the Vienna foreign office dis discussing
cussing discussing the plans of withdrawing the
Hungarians from the American war
munitions plants. Both were silent
afterwards.
The impression prevails that Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Lansing will lay the
matter before President Wilson. The
text of Dumba's letter was seized
from James F. J. Archibald, an Am American,
erican, American, who was acting as messenger,
and was cabled to Secretary Lansing
yesterday.
It is understood that the use of an
American passport to shield the mes messenger
senger messenger regarded as serious as the
letter. From reliable resources it is
learned -that Ambassador Dumba said
he did not contemplate violating the
American laws.
SHOT HIS WIFE
AND HER SISTER
Smith Then Went Home and Com Committed
mitted Committed Suicide
(Associated Press)
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 8. Street
car passengers here this morning wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the fatal shooting of Mrs.
George Smith and her sister, Maud
Sloan Hunter, by George Smith. Smith
left the car, went home and killed
himself. Smith was a mechanic, 35
years of age. Mrs. Smith was suing
for a divorce.
ITALY JOINS THE ALLIES
In Declaring that Cotton in Contra Contraband
band Contraband of War
Paris, Sept. 8. Italy has declared
cotton contraband of war, says a
Rome dispatch to the Havas agency.
SEABOARD SCHEDULE
South Bound
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 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 Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
North Bound
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; A. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m".; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. tn.,
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
re.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 o. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be just as repre represented,
sented, represented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid liver and a disorder disordered
ed disordered condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,"
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba. N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere.

MA
THAT
DUMBA HAS DEEII
Large Delegation from Taylor and
Lafayette Counties on Their Way
to Lakeland
Ocala was lively awhile this morn morning
ing morning with the big delegation from Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Lafayette counties, on their
way to the Central Highway meeting
in Lakeland tomorrow. The party
stayed at Gainesville last night and
made a before breakfast run to Ocala.
In the delegation were the following:
Taylor county: J. H. Scales, J. O.
Culpepper, county judge; E. L. Will-"
iams, T. B. Puckett, W. B. Davis and
wife, W. L. Weaver, Rev. W. T. Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, John R. Kelley, chairman county
commissioners; B. Edenfield, J. N.
Deal, J. M. Chancey, W. IL Young,
members board of county commis commissioners;
sioners; commissioners; J. H. Parker, sheriff; W. II.
Bethea, county assessor; Alton C
Hendry, tax collector; D. J. Parker,
D. M. York, Jack York, Walter
Wright, B. A. Peacock, W. W. Eden
field, R. L. Adams, A. J. Johnson, R.
T. Blanchard, J.O. Holmes, Claude
Lanier, G. W. Brannon', E. A. Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, L. M. Caswell and wife, Jeff L.
Davis, Miss C. Dorminy.
Lafayette county: Mayor D. -B.
Deese and wife of Mayo, E. J. But Butler,
ler, Butler, chairman of the board of county
commissioners, T. J. McCray, E. J.
Moses, Dave Stephens, Bud Driggers,
J. J. Handley and D. C. Geiger.
' Added to these were several cars
and a number of people from Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, and they will look like an invad invading
ing invading army -when they reach Lakeland
this evening.
These people are very enthusiastic
for the Dixie Highway, and are de determined
termined determined that their territory shall be
traversed by one of its sections. They
are working for a line from Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee thru Mayo and Perry, to join the
Central Florida section at Gainesville.
LaFayette and Taylor counties, a
few years ago, were considered in the
backwoods. They are now among the
most enterprising sections of" the
state, and are working determinedly
to keep at the front. As far as
good roads enthusiasm is concerned,
they have Marion county beaten out
of sight.
They rolled out of town to the
southward about 10 a. m., taking with
them Ocala's solitary delegate. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Rooney of the Board of Trade.
YEAR OF THE WORLD 5676
According to the Hebrew calendar,
the year of the world 5676 begins this
evening. New Year day will begin at
sunset and last until sunset toraor
row evening.
: LA-
NEW CHARTER DEFEATED
Jacksonville Decides It Doesn't Want
Commission Government
Jacksonville, Sept. 8. The propos
ed new city charter, providing a com
mission form of government was de defeated
feated defeated yesterday by an overwhelming
vote. The majority against ratifica
tion was 1,945.
EIGHTY MILLIONS IN
SECURITIES ARRIVED
New York, Sept. 8. Gold and se securities
curities securities said to exceed eighty million
dollars arrived here from England
last night via Halifax.
ONE AMERICAN LOST
ON THE HESPERIAN
London, Sept. 8. A man named
Wolff, born in New Jersey was lost
on the Hesperian, according to in for
mation given the American consul at
Queenstown.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

DIE 111
DEVOTEES

lEsnt

Greasers Plan
the Rio
RADICAL MEASURES WILL- BE
THE BORDER
(Associated
Brownsville, Sept. 8. The United
States army today took the most im important
portant important step yet in the border compli complication,
cation, complication, when an order was issued
here giving army officers command
over the action of civilians,' if shoot
ing across the border is resumed.
GOVERNMENT IS GETTING WISE
TO THE GREASERS
Brownsville, Sept. 8. Evidence of
a widespread conspiracy of the part
of Mexicans on both sides of the river
to overthrow American authority
along the international border has
been discovered by state and fed federal
eral federal authorities.
Onecircular dated October 1, 1914,
appealed to Mexicans to "rise in fa
vor of Carranza and independence.
because at the rate we are going we
will soon be slaves of the Americans.
The letters found indicated that up
rising plans had been forming for
over a year. The situation today was
quiet.
MISSIONARY NOTES
The Woman's Congress of Missions,
recently held in San Francisco, was a
great occasion. More than 2000 reg registered
istered registered delegates were present. The
daily sessions were devoted chiefly to
mission study and methods. Each
topic was studied from the two stand standpoints
points standpoints of home and foreign missions,
illustrating the essential oneness of
these two branches ot the same enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. At one time there "were 37
missionaries on the platform repre representing
senting representing many fields at home and
abroad.
The last day of the congress was
known on the exposition grounds as
Congress of Missions Day The
members of the congress and a com committee
mittee committee of 100 marched to Festival
Hall, wherev a program was given and
then to the Palace of Education, for a
view of the missionary exhibit. The
line of march is said to have been the
longest seen on the grounds up to
that time, comprising a single body
of workers. All who observed it, of
whom there were many thousands,
were surely impressed with the fact
that missions is today among the
great enterprises of the world.
The New York Bible Society dis
tributed, during the visit of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic fleet to New York City, 30,000
copies of the New Testament, or por
tions of the gospel among the sailors.
Chinese Christians in Fukien prov
ince take up an annual collection for
the evangelism of the Jews.
A student in Peking has been so
impressed with the value of the New
Testament that he has purchased over
5000 copies to send to his friends.
A leading Japanese estimates that
there are in Japan 1,000,000 persons
who are fashioning their conduct ac
cording to the principles of Jesus
Christ. Fifty years ago, there was
no Bible in public circulation; today
its circulation is numbered by mill
ions. There was then ahrdly a hos
pital or asylum in the land. Christian
ity has been the pioneer in establish establishing
ing establishing homes, hospitals and refuges for
the poor, the blind, the fatherless,
the insane, the leper, the outcast and
the criminal.
The day is coming when no one will
be (failed a Christian unless he lives
for humanity as Jesus lived.
Mrs. Robert L. Bridges,
Superintendent of Publicity in the
Ocala Woman's Missionary Society,
M. E. Church, South.
TO THE PUBLIC
"I feel that I owe the manufactur
ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Wither Wither-all,
all, Wither-all, Gowanda, N. Y. "WTien I began
taking this medicine I was in great
pain and feeling terribly rick, due to
an attack of summer complaint. After
taking a dose of it I had. not long to
wait lor relief as it benefited me al
most immediately." Obtainable
erywhere.
ev-
Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

Uprising Along
Grande
TAKEII IF SH00TI1 ACROSS
IS RESUMED
Press)
ESTIMATE OF A BILLION BUSH BUSHELS
ELS BUSHELS IS LARGELY IN- t
CREASED
f Associated Frees)
Washington, Sept. 8. The pros prospects
pects prospects of a billion bushel wheat crop
are increased by government reports
based on a canvass of September 1st.
The spring -wheat prospects have in increased
creased increased fifteen million bushels since
the August report.
CANDLER
Candler, Septi 8. Messrs. U. Tillis
and Oliver Snell went hunting Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon and returned with art.
immense wild hog as their'trophy.
Mr. P. F. Fort and several others
spent part of the past week enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying camp life at Half Moon lake.
Mrs. Arthur Williams and two lit
tle children, after a few days pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. McClain
left Thursday for Tampa where Mr.
Williams has a new home in readiness
for them.
Mrs. George Russell, f Lake Weir,
spent several days of last week here
the guest of Mrs. Hiscock.
Mr. Ballard, accompanied by his lit
tle son and daughter. Laurence and
Francis, returned Friday afternoon
from a visit of several days duration
in Oxford.
Mr. P. Norris, of the O. K. Teapot
Grocery of Ocala, visited his relatives
here, Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Mathews,
last week.
Mr. Benjamin Belcher, of the Gold
en Rule grocery store, was a business
visitor- to Leesburg Wednesday.
Mr. Clinton Schnetz and family ac
companied, by Mr. Thomas Pritchett,
motored in from Inverness Tuesday,
and were the guests for two days of
Mrs. Janie Pritchett.
Mr. C. W. Quik, when business
permited, attended the series of meet meetings
ings meetings at Oklawaha, in the evenings and
gave evidence of his hospitality by in inviting
viting inviting his friends to share the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of the car rides and attending he
services.
The trustees' begin work this week
renovating the interior of the main
room of the school building.
The date of the opening of the
public school has been set for the
27th of September. Mrs. George
Thompson will again be in charge.
Mr. Harry Baxter has on exhibi
tion at his house a six-foot rattle
snake which he and Mr. John Kistner
captured while in the hay field Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. Frank Mathews has joined his
wife and son at his parents', Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Mathews.
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,
Fla. 9-2-lm
BEAN SEED
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
It is evident that the school author authorities
ities authorities expect a much larger attendance
this year. One of the rooms left un unfinished
finished unfinished last year in the primary
building has just been finished up and
put in shape for a class room. Mr. J.
D. McCaskill did the work.

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OCALA EVENING STAB WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor

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LOCAL LEGISLATION

The city council met last night in
regular session and while not a great
deal was accomplished, the gentlemen
were in session till midnight.
A full board was present, namely:
Messrs. Meffert, Tompkins, Knight,
Gerig, Roess, Moore, Smith, Nash
and Fausett.'.
The minutes of the last regular and
three adjourned or special sessions of
the council were read and approved.
There was not a single citizen
present with a request to be heard, so
written communications were taken
up and, except for several matters
taken up out of order, the council did
not progress beyond the head of
written communications.
Treasurer Clyatt presented hi3 bill
for $1075 worth of ,water works in interest
terest interest coupons paid, accompanied by
the coupons,, and same were ordered
checked up and destroyed by the

council.
The clerk notified the council that
the notes in the three banks of the
city aggregating .$5000 wrere due and
the proper officials were instructed to
pay the interest and renew them.
President Meffert stated that he
had been offered two lots on which
the sewage disposal tanks might be
located, either of which was feasible,
as reported by City Engineer Drake.
One lot was at $1800 and the other at
$700. Mr. Meffert was continued as a
committee of one to look into the
matter further.
The request of Col. R. F. Rogers
for an allowance of $15.30 on his
paving bill for work of moving his
fence back and giving the city more
room for the walk, taking same from
his lot, was granted.
A communication was read from
Mr. S. H. Christian, in the matter of
the well that he drilled for the city
but was not able to finish, onr account
of breaking his heavy drill off at a
depth of 268 feet, and was unable to
remove it. Mr. Christian said that
he had no legal hold on the council
but that he had a well that he thought
would supply an inexhaustible quan quantity
tity quantity of pure water; that there were
several streams flowing into it thru
solid rock and the water level rose to
within 40 feet of the surface; the well
was cased to a depth of 225 feet with
12-inch casing and no surface water
could get into it. The well passed
through sand, clay and lime to a depth
of 68 feet, and then through solid
rock, largely flint, for 200 feet. He
said that he had spent over $900 on
the well and would be glad if the
council would test it thoroughly and

pay him what m its judgment it
thought fair and right. The matter
was referred to the light and water

committee.
A communication was read from

. Messrs. Moffatt and Roess, asking for
the opening of Osceola street in the
northern part of town. Same was re

ferred to the street committee.

Mayor Robertson's communication
to the council on the sale of the bonds
was read and on motion of Mr. Roess

was laid on the table till the com complete
plete complete report of the bond trustees was
received. The communication was

published in full in this paper Mon
day.

A discussion ensued in the matter

of bonds of the Commercial Bank and

the city treasurer. Mr. Tompkins stat

ed that his bank had received its in indemnity
demnity indemnity bond for $48,000, same being

. made out to W. W. Clyatt, city treas
urer. The council, on advice of At

torney Hocker, asked to have the
bond changed and made out to the
city of Ocala. Mr. Clyatt wished to

know what he should do about receiv

ing the bond money if tendered him
by the bond trustees, before the bond
was changed and received here. Quite

a discussion ensued and the matte

was left with a committee of the
treasurer, the city attorney and the

finance committee.

A communication was read from
Mr. John Williams of New York, an

experienced sewer engineer. Same
was filed for information.

A communication was read from

Mr. Gerig, stating that he would be J in the way of the

absent for six weeks and wished to
be marked absent without pay
A communication was read from the
McCrary people containing a lengthy
list of contractors who had asked for
and been supplied with plans and
specifications for the new city work,
showing that bidders would be plen plentiful.
tiful. plentiful. A communication was read from
Mr. R. L. Anderson regarding the bill
for paving sidewalk on property
owned by him north of the post office,
which he claimed was an error. Mat

ter was referred to the city attorney.
Mr. Marsh, the street superinten superintendent,
dent, superintendent, stated that he had been work working
ing working on the Silver Springs road for
several days, and that the road, or a
great part of same, should be plowed
up and scraped and rolled. Especial Especially
ly Especially did he recommend that this be done
from the lime pit to the end of Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue. Mr. Marsh said that
Mr. Ed Carmichael had agreed to
haul the lime with his own teams to
repair the entire road if the city

would deliver it to the side of the

road, that is, dig and haul it out of
the quarry. The matter was left in
the hands of the street committee.

Mr. Marsh also stated that the city

was badly in need of a lighter sprink

ler, and suggested that the old one be

rebuilt with a smaller tank than it
formerly had, as such a size was

needed to sprinkle the streets when

plowed up to be repaired and that
while oil was being sprinkled with the
new sprinkler the city was left with

out one for sprinkling the brick

streets before sweeping at night or

for wetting down new work. The

matter was left in the hands of the

sanitary committee.

Mr. Koess asked to digress a

moment, and stated that he wished to

call up the ordinance introduced last

year, requiring the A. C. L. railway

to make the grades of Osceola street
conform to those of Main street on
the west and to pave the street and
approaches with vitrified brick. The

ordinance was dug up and placed on

its second reading and read and

adopted by sections, and will be taken
up for final passage at the next reg regular
ular regular meeting two weeks hence. The
ordinance calls for the re-grading and

paving of this street from May street
on the north to South Fourth street
on the south.

Mr. Smith threw a bomb into the

camp by introducing the following

resolution:
Be it resolved: First, that whereas,
the present location of the Ocala
water works seems to be inadequate
for the proposed new, combined water
works and electric light plant; and,
whereas, the property owners adja adjacent
cent adjacent to the aforesaid water works
have petitioned the city council not to
erect the new plant on said location;
and, whereas, the present supply of
water is very hard, and not of the
best quality, therefore be it
Resolved, that the proposed new
combined water ,works and electric
light plant be erected on a more
suitable location. Said location to be
determined by sinking small wells at
different places for the purpose of
testing the quality of the water.
A discussion followed Mr. Smith's

resolution, with other matters brought
in and some heated arguments pro
and con, in which Mr. Meffert and
Mr. Gerig is no uncertain terms ex expressed
pressed expressed their disapproval of the mat matter
ter matter being brought up at this time,
after months of work looking to towards
wards towards the establishment of the com combined
bined combined light and water plants on the
present water works lot, all of the
plans having been drawn with that
location in view.
Most of the other members thought
the plans could be just as well adapt adapted
ed adapted to other locations; that there was
not sufficient room now on the lot, to
say nothing of the expected growth
of the city and the plants; that it
would be better to locate the plants
in the northern part of town, either
on the city's 14-acre tract, where the
water level is much lower, or on some
other site to be selected, and did not
think that the comparatively small
sums of money that have been spent
on the present location should stand

location of the

plant at another point, if it was
thought best. It a mistake has been
made, they wanted it remedied now,
before it is too late. Finally, the mo motion
tion motion was put and the resolution adopt adopted.
ed. adopted. Mr. Fausett moved that the council
go in a body at 2 o'clock today and
view the present location of the water
works plant, taking the plans along,
and look the situation over thorough thoroughly.
ly. thoroughly. That the members go to the city's
14-acre tract and other possible loca locations
tions locations and look them over and discuss

i the matter in a quiet way and try to

arrive at a definite decision. This
motion carried.
Mr. Meffert read a very lengthy
communication addressed to the coun council,
cil, council, in reply to Mr. Moore's communi communi-action
action communi-action at the last session, when the
budget was revised and the millage
as fixed at a previous meeting reduc reduced.
ed. reduced. Mr. Meffert's communication is too
lengthy to be published today, but it
will appear in an early issue. His
contentions are that the light and
water plants should carry their own
burdens only, the consuming pubc be
allowed the benefit of their earnings
in rates as low as are justified and
that other city expenses should be
met by direct taxation.
Mr. Tompkins stated that the com

pany in the north which was buying

the bonds required the opinion of any

one of five well known bond attorneys

to pass on the validity of the $55,000
of water works bonds before they
would pay for them. They would do

this at their own expense, but wished

the city s permission. Alter quite a
talk fest, the request was granted,

but a time limit was fixed, and their
opinion must be in and the bonds paid
for by the first regular meeting in Oc October,
tober, October, being the 5th of the month.
The council adjourned at 12 o'clock,
midnight, to meet at 7 o'clock, sharp,
Thursday night, as the business be before
fore before the body was hardly touched in
the long session.

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. AlcCARDELL

Copyrijhl. 1915, by Roy L. McCtrdell

(Continued from Tasz YTeeK;

M

GOING TO HAVE A GAME

Citra Coming Over Tomorrow for the
Last Contest of the Season
Manager Hunter informs the Star
that it is probable there will be a
game between the home team and the
Citra nine tomorrow afternoon-. Citra,
we are informed, has several new
members, and is anxious to try them
out on Ocala, and Ocala, of course, is
willing.
This will probably be the last garrte
of the season, and the Star hopes our
baseball enthusiasts will turn out in
full force to see it. The Citra boys
always put up a good game, and they
and the home players certainly de deserve
serve deserve a large crowd.

LAUNCH PARTY AT McINTOSH

Mcintosh, Sept. 7. Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon from 2 till 10 o'clock, Mr. Bark Bark-ley
ley Bark-ley Neal and his sister, Miss Hattie
Gaitskill, entertained at a launch
party on beautiful Orange Lake,
across to Lochloosa. The affair was
given in honor of Miss Neal's house
guest, Miss Lola Smith of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The bathing at Garrison Beach was
enjoyed by the young people, after
which they were treated to a delicious
lunch served by the hostess.
Those present were Misses Louise
and Ethel Borland of Citra, Lola
Smith of Jacksonville and Hattie
Gaitskill Neal and Messrs. William
Christian, Dr. Walkup, E. E. Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery and Barkley Neal.

CHAPTER XVII.
"A Runaway Match."
IIS. IIL'KTON RANDOLPH,
socitty leader, sank back In
the taxkab ietulantly resolv resolved
ed resolved to Lave a real good cry

ami a thoroughly enjoyable nerve crisis
as soon as she reached her residence
and could j;lve way to her "poor
nerves" with all the comforts of home.
"I don't believe you have any nerves
at all, Vivian!" she whimpered to her
guest. "I think you have the fortitude
of a cowboy or something of that
sort, and I shall never forgive Blair
Stanley for deserting us and sending
us home alone!
"As for that Detective Blake, I am
sure if it were 1 he was depending
uion for any pay for taking us to
surh dreadful places as that Chinese
den lie would never :et his money. He
at least should have seen us home If
B!air Stanley was not gentleman
enough to do so.
"Hut the diamond." murmured Vivian
Marston. "Didn't you see how it blazed
like a coal of fire under that swinging
lamp and on the Idol's breast? They

named it right when they called It the

diamond from the sky."
"I believe you are as crazy about that

dreadful diamond as the silly Stanleys

are." whtucd Richmond's leading so society
ciety society light.
"It may be worth millions, but I

would not touch the dreadful thing!
Not that I am superstitious, but It is
bad luck, everybody says so. And that

Idol ugh! I won't sleep for a week for

thinking Of the horrid thing!"

But Vivian Marston. engrossed In the

Intense and desperate desire for the

great Jewel that had cLesfcii her since
the day she had tirt beheld It, said

nothing more, but bit her lip uud clinch

ed her hands until the nails marked

her palms. She was Impatient to reach
Mrs. Randolph's house and be alone

with her desire for the diamond.
Arriving there. .he turned her totter

Ing friend over to the ministrations of
her maid und flew to her bedroom. She

donned a peignoir, stood by the win

dow and looked out aeross the sleej4ng

city. It was after night now. Who

would get the diamond?
There had been no use to further dls
cuss the dianioud with her silly bos

less. The diamond from the sky was

a jewel to be worn by women who

dared aspire to it, u gem to be wrested

from the weak by men who cared for

no consequence except to gain It.

Who would gain It now? If Blake
got It s agent of Abe Bloom and his

brother, the pawnbroker, would she be

able to ;ajole It from these astute

Mclvcr & MacKay
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BAY LAKE

Debrews? riu iouTtea tms. nut if
Blair Stanley gjt It. Vivian knew It
would Lt? her without dispute.
Cunning s iKtevtive Illake was and
as astute n wen the I.Ioouis. Vivian

Marston felt a supreme confidence lu I
the daring unscrupulous determinatJon I
of Blair Stanley to pet the stone to j
gain her love. j
The diamond from the sky. crime
stained as it was had never been sul
lied by the hands of traders. Since the
day. acc ording to its legend. It had fal J
len to arlh in a meteor and had been
gained by the first Arthur Stanley, geu 1
tleman adventurer of colonial Virginia.

three hundred years airone. It had never
been cheajeiK-d or debased by leing In

the hands of little meu who bought
and sold its gleaming glory and ap ap-praLsed
praLsed ap-praLsed It at a ptW.

It had no pri-e; it was a Jewel to

adorn beauty at the hands of daring.

This leautiful woman of bold heart

did well to rely on the desperate young

man who had reached up from the
knees of murder already for the dia diamond
mond diamond from the sky. Now further In Incited
cited Incited by his Infatuation for her. she

knew be would not falL

After Blake and he had sent Mrs.
Randolph and Vivian Marston home.

Blake had sought a telephone and noti

fied Ate Bloom that the diamond from

the sky was on the neck of the Chinese

Idol. Then It was that Blair Stanley
had stolen away and had seized the

diamond by swift and daring action In
climbing the fire escape at the back
of the den. smashing the window and

snatrhinir the diamond.

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please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine Jine of Groceries.

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Bay Lake, Sept. 7. Mrs. B. Wilson
and daughter, Miss Maud, spent last
Sunday in Ocala and went down to

Tampa Monday on the excursion, re returning
turning returning home Tuesday on the after afternoon
noon afternoon train.
Mr. S. Perkin of Palatka was a
caller in Bay Lake Thursday.
Miss Oldia Hinson of Eureka is the
guest of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Hinson.
Messrs. Raleigh and J. B. Waldron
and Misses Donnie apd Mattie Wal Waldron
dron Waldron attended the dance at Fairfield
Friday night.
Miss Leila McQuaig of Lowell is
the guest of Misses Donnie and Mat Mat-ti"3
ti"3 Mat-ti"3 Waldron.
Mrs. Hattie Wells and two little
children were the guests of Mrs. G.
W. Kingsley Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Edith Howard of Plant City,
came up Thursday to begin her school

work at Turner Farm Monday. We
wish for her a most successful term.

Mr. Charles Melton of Palatlra was

a caller in Bay Lake Saturday.

Mr. Archibald Wells left Friday for
Montreal, Canada, to make his home

with his daughter.

Mr. A. W. Atkinson of Eureka was
a caller in Bay Lake Friday.
Mrs. F. M. Harp of Eureka was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinson
Thursday.
Mrs. G. W. Kingsley and daughter,
Miss Othella, drove over to Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy Friday.
Messrs. I. B., Bailey Waldron and
Mike Cassels motored to Citra Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon.
Mr. C. C. Morrison of Hawthorne
was a caller in Bay Lake Friday and
purchased from Mr. Mike Cassels a
fine lot of hogs.
We are sorry to say Miss Maud
Wilson is on the sick list.
Everybody remember there will be
preaching each third Saturday and
Sunday of the month.

A Crabby Story

At a recent church social a
yqung man, sitting out with a
nice girl, could find nothing to
say, so he makes the following
remarks:
(He) "Do you like crabs?"
(She) "Yes."
(He) "Does your papa like
crabs?'
(She) "Yes."
(He) "Does your mama like
crabs."
(She) "I think so."
(He) "Your brother, does
he like crabs."
(She) "I have no brother,
sir."
(He) "Well, if you had a
brother, do you suppose he
would like crabs?"
He must have been buying
crabs at
Fritz Acker's
Fresh Sea Food Place at Hogan's
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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

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2 The oven plates are riveted to malleable angle frames be being
ing being riveted to the range body, making an air-tight joint.
3 Copper pocket in reservoir is heated by contact with a
Keystone Copper-Bearing Aluminum-Fused metal pocket rivet riveted
ed riveted on the end of the range. The flame does not come in con contact
tact contact with reservoir, and there is no damper to divert the heat
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can be heated at the same time. The weight of the water, by
gravity, presses the reservoir against the heating pocket. The
reservoir holds fifteen gallons, the lid being lined with heavy
copper.
4 There is a space of seventeen inches between the top of
the range and bottom of high closet, affording plenty of room
for a wash boiler or large vessels on the top of range.
J7-Closet doors drop instead of rolling up. A rolling top is
rot sanitary because there is no way to clean it.
6 The cogs which operate the grate aro on the outside,
away from heat and ashes. They are, therefore always in con condition
dition condition to work properly.
7 The back or smoke flue plate is reinforced with a heavy
flange and ribs, which prevents it from warping or giving out
in any way under the roost severe tests.
8 Body of range has triple wall. The outer wall is a sheet
of 16 -gauge Keystone Copper-Bearing Wellsville polished "metal,
the inside flues being made of 17-gauge Keystone Copper-Bearing
Aluminum-Fused metaL Between is a heavy sheet of asbes asbestos
tos asbestos mill board.
9 The small front draft is not always sufficient, while the
end draft insures equal combustion of fuel from end to end of
the fire box.
10 The flue bottom is covered with a sheet of asbestos which
in turn is covered with a sheet of Keystone Copper-Bearing
metal, making the flue bottom threeply. This same construc construction
tion construction is carried out in the wall between the ash pit and bottom
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11 The ash pit botton is three-ply, the same as flue bottom,
which protects the floor should live coals be accidentally dump dumped
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12 Direct cold air circulation protects every section of our
fire-box linings, insuring long life. The right and left-hand
linings are built in sections to prevent warping.
13 The back wall between the high closet and range proper
is -strongly reinforced with heavy bar iron, to which is bolted
the malleable bracket supporting the tea shelf.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1915

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I OOAT.A SOfl AT. AFFATRS

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

Our Evening Thought
The beauty on the surface of our
daily life is from the central principle
vithin, as the beauty on the cheek of
health i.s from the central force at the
heart. Mark Hopkins.
Miss Grace Worsley, a charming
young lady of Jacksonville, after a
fortnight's vi.-it to Miss Ellen Strip Stripling,
ling, Stripling, left yesterday for Woithington
.Springs to spend a few days as the
guest of Miss Ethel Lamb. From
Woithington :-he will return hon.e.

m m

Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Rivers have a3
their guest for a few days Mrs. Grov-
er Allison and children of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard were promi prominent
nent prominent guests from Dunnellon in o'Jr
city yesterday afternoon.
Mi?s Minnie Lee Carlisle left this
afternoon for a ten days' visit to
Mrs. John Tillman and family in Pa Pa-latka.
latka. Pa-latka. Miss Sadie Pope, who has been the
attractive guest of the Misses Car Carlisle,
lisle, Carlisle, has returned to her home in
Jacksonville. Miss Pope is an ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly attractive young lady and
won for herself a large circle of
friends who regretted the shortness
of her visit.
Asheville, which has been the
Mecca for so many of Ocala's promi prominent
nent prominent society folks this season, has just
closed one of the gayest seasons for
many years. Of the Ocala colony

Mrs. I. S. Hall and her interesting
family are the first to leave. Mr. Hall
and sons, Messrs. Earl, Robert and
William, who left in their car Mon Monday,
day, Monday, are expected to arrive here this
afternoon. Mrs. Hall and Master Har Har-jinglon
jinglon Har-jinglon Hall will return by rail some
time during the latter part of the
week.
Mr. Charles Finley, secretary of the
Florida Senate, is in West Palm Beach
today to witness the marriage of his
daughter, Edith Adel Finley to Mr.
Robeit G. Crowgery of Jacksonville.
This marriage is one of particular
interest to Floridians, Miss Finley
being the granddaughter of Florida's
grand old man, General J. J. Finley,

jfor so many years a resident of this

city. She is a beautiful and charming
young woman and has a host of
friends to wish her every happiness.
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Miss Dorothy Lancaster, another
of Ocala's talented young musicians,
has opened a studio at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lan Lancaster,
caster, Lancaster, on Fort King avenue, and is
meeting with gratifying success. Be Besides
sides Besides a class here, Miss Lancaster

spends each t nuay and Saturday in j

Anthony, where she has a number of
pupils.
Miss Mary Bradshaw is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Mansfield and fam family,
ily, family, coming up from St. Petersburg a
few days ago.
Messrs. 'Jack and William Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh left this morning, the former to
join his brother, Mr. Robert Mcintosh

resume his ministerial studies at

Davidson College. Ocala regrets to
lose these splendid young men who
will make their future home in the
far west.
Lake Weir as a summer resort has
enjoyed a better season this year
than for many a summer past, and
there is every indication that the pop popularity
ularity popularity will increase for the people
are ralizing more and more that it is

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liO-e tt.:: U-.i.I.T. IIuii 1.1. hail. In at attempting
tempting attempting t tiKiini tlio despoller, sever-

indeed an ideal place to spend the hot; el the u.-.k .f tht- Mo! and cut down

summer months. Families from near nearly
ly nearly every section of Central Florida
have spent a portion, if not all, of

the wiiiing limp lfre the Idol Just
wheu the tive. Abe and Ike
Bloom, suppu-meiiu-d by the English

this season on its pleasant shores and j '""J". .unB. uau -ineu uu iu

many substantial and beautiful home

have been established during the past
year. The Ocala colony, which has
been large and enthusiastic, is pie pie-paring
paring pie-paring to return home now that the
school season is upon us and cool
weather is approaching. The fami families
lies families of Messrs. Chazal, Scott, Can-.p,
and Taylor have already moved home
and will be followed in a few days by
those of Mesrs. Mclver and MacKay.
Many Ocala housewives have already
renewed the annual activities neces necessary
sary necessary to perfect housekeeping and in
many homes the atmosphere is pre prevalent
valent prevalent with the aroma of the scrub scrubbing
bing scrubbing brush, foamy soaps and burnish burnishing
ing burnishing paint and varnish. Back veran veranda
da veranda lunches with "hubby" climbing the
"servants stairs" instead of the nice
clean front ones is the prevailing

(style for the moment and well we

won't tell any more, for verily we all
know what season is upon us. Let
us be thankful that domestic troubles
are no worse.
Mr. Louis W. Duval is expected
home from -Kentucky in a day or so.
His family will remain some weeks
longer.

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Mrs. II. A. Ford and daughter,
Ralph Birdsey, and children who have
been spending some time at Atlantic
Beach have left that pleasant resort

' and are now in Macon, where Mrs.
j Ford will be the guest of her daugh-

! ter for some time. Later she will be

joined there by her sister, Miss Emily

Stotesbury, who is summering in
Canada.

scene.

Iu a .b-tl l.y th Chinese den Blair,
In his quick exploration and approach,
had stumbled upon a motorcycle. In
the excitement that followed the fire
he had dropped from the last Iron lad ladder
der ladder at the back of the deu and had
whirled away through back alleys and
streets to where he knew Vivian Mar Mar-ston
ston Mar-ston would wait awake for him and
the diamond.
He had the diamond and he would
have her! He felt the great em and
the luxurious woman were worth all
he would dare for ltotu. and that was
much.
Arriving beside the Randolph man mansion
sion mansion long after midnight, he saw the
Il?ht gleaming from Vivian's window,
toward which n wistaria clambered.

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Mr. E. M. Howard has returned

; from a trip to Jacksonville, where he
accompanied Mrs. Howard on Sunday
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Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Reeves have re re-,
, re-, turned to their home in Inverness af af-.
. af-. ter a short visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. Anderson and family.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Herron, of
Inverness, who. have been in the city
for a few days selecting furniture for
their pretty new home, returned home
.yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.

! Herron were married in June. Dur

ing their stay they were most charm charmingly
ingly charmingly entertained at Marowood by

jCol. and Mr. Robert L. Anderson.
jThe other guests at the prettily ap-
pointed luncheon on Monday were:

Dr. and Mrs. Reeves, Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Reosse, and Miss Ludie Smith,

of Louisville, Ky.

Miss Minnie Stovall, with her lit

tle sister, Miss Susan Stovall, ajid

father, Col. Wallace Stovall of Tampa,

are prominent guests at the Tate
Springs hotel where they will be for

some time. It is a source of deep re

gret that Miss Stovall will not be in

Ocala this winter. She will in the fu

ture preside over the beautiful man mansion
sion mansion home of her father and brother

in Tampa.
Miss Annie Sharp returned to At

lanta today to resume her school
duties at Washington Seminary from
a most delightful summer spent with

her sister, Mrs. Fred Benjamin, in
Alexandra Bay, N. Y.
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Miss Jessie and Barco Bishop and

Irene Denham returned home Sunday
from Daytona Beach, where the Den-

hams have been enjoying a little out outing
ing outing of a month. Mr. and Mrs. Den Denham
ham Denham are expected today. Gainesville

Sun.

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church at 7:30. Everybody invited.

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It is evident that the school author authorities
ities authorities expect a much larger attendance
this year. One of the rooms left un unfinished
finished unfinished last year in the primary
building has just been finished up and
put in shape for a class room. Mr. J.
D. McCaskill did the work.

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We have just -received our new
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the Stanley title and estates la War Warwickshire.
wickshire. Warwickshire. Their minds were all upon
the heirloom of the American Stanleys,
the diamond from the sky.
possessiou U nine points ( the
law." panted Mr. Abraham Dloom
Tbe law In that a pawnbroker ain't
responsible fur a pawned article except
to the value of the sum he has advanc advanced
ed advanced on IL If we get hold of this dia
mond them Stanleys can whistle fr
it. eh. Iker
But Isaa Bloom, pawnbroker, bad
on actual crisis of nerves such as Mrs.
Burton Randolph had never leu able
to effect. In the words of his more
hardened and experienced brother.
-Ike was all Iu." lie moaned In the
corner of his tax lea b and begged tu
U'Mlet out of this thlngr
It ain't your Ore. you should wor worry,"
ry," worry," sneered his brothel the cynical
gambling housekeeper.
"For my fire, when I have It, I have
got an Insurance." moaned the un unhappy
happy unhappy Isaac Bloom. "But to see a fire
In which n diamond goes as big as
your fist, worth $1,000,000! A fire by
which you almost lose your life, as we
did well, words cant say It, and I
want that you should let me out at my
pawnshop!"
After leaving the collapsed Ike Bloom
In the haven of his pawnshop. Detec Detective
tive Detective Blake and Abe Bloom were driven
to the latter's gambling house, and
from here to the residence of Mrs. Bur Burton
ton Burton Randolph, society leader.
Aa you say there Is ?3.000 in It for
me If I get the diamond for yon. I
will tell you my theory," salj the detec detective
tive detective to his gambler client "Blair Stan
ley, who passed th bad check to you.
with his thumb print from the leaky
fountain pen on It, has got the dia diamond.
mond. diamond. It belongs to his family, you
know. If this Arthur Stanley, who
hag also fled (but I can tell you now he
Is guilty of no crime that I know of),
dies the diamond belongs to Blair
Stanley.
"But Blair does not want It for him himself;
self; himself; he wants It for that fair friend
of yours from New York, Miss Vivian
Mars ton. Blair Is crazy about that
dame and she is crazy to get the dia
mond. We'll find them at Mrs. Ran Randolph's
dolph's Randolph's If we are not too late."
But they were too late. Their In
f-Mence foncd the presence of Mrs
Randolph herself, and JiKt when she
was dropping off In a sweet sleep after
having enjoyed her nerves with all the
comforts of home. Thus aroused, Mrs.
Randolph was quite indignant at the
detective and also at the presence of
Mr. Ale Bloom. Richmond's notorious
trii mitt In huns teener

(Conuuuea Tomorrow)

NOT EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S

Vivian Marston and Blair Stanley.
He drew himself up the gnarled and
tenacious vine. Vivian came 'to the
window at the first swaying of the
vfhe. Iilalr showed her the diamond.
"Give It to me." she whispered. But
Iilalr was resolved upon the only price
he would accept for this proud posses possessionthe
sionthe possessionthe favor of n woman he lorved.
"I will wait for your Blair replied
tensely. "We must marry and leave
Richmond tonight. Blake will be hot
after us!"
Vivian nodded, and Blair slid down
the wistaria and hid the stolen motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle in the thick vines at the side of
the house.
Ina few minutes Vivian had Joined
him. A few blocks from the Randolph
lions? they hailed a belated taxi and
were urhmi to the home of the Rev
John Gray, notul lu conservative Rich Richmond
mond Richmond as "the marrying minister."
Meanwhile, driven out by the flames,
of which the Chinese den was now a
seething mass. Detective Blake, with
the Blooms, got their taxlcab and hur hurried
ried hurried away to avoid embarasslng ques questions
tions questions from the police and firemen al already
ready already heard hurrying to the scene. The
frenzied Chinamen, iourlng from the
place, were too excited to stay them.
The bewildered English barrister,
Sinythe, his reieetable gray high
hat and his equally respectable frock
coat on fire, was brushed aside by De Detective
tective Detective Blake and the Messrs. Bloom.
They were not interested in the legal

representative of the Earl of Stanley

or his search for the fugitive heirs to

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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, SEIT. 8. 1913

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OCALA OCCURENCES

Board of Trade meets tonight.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

day.

Mr. O. B. Howse left this afternoon
for a stay of several weeks at his
cattle ranch near Kissimmee.
Mr. George Batts will leave this
afternoon for Smithville, Ga., to visit
relatives for a few days en route to
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he will
take a business course.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gene's. tf.
Mr. Carl Sewell left yesterday for
Orlando, where he will make his
home at the Empire hotel. Mr. Sewell
has been bookkeeper at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington for several months and will be
greatly missed by a large circle of
friends.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
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Generally fair tonight and Thurs
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appointed with Craig yesterday eve evening.
ning. evening. He had both those pestiferous
Chinks at the muzzle of a gun, and
couldn't possibly have missed them.
But he let them go, so there will be
more trouble for him and Elaine next
Tuesday evening. The Temple will
have a full-sized show this evening,
the Pathe News, Richard Travers,
IRuth Stonehouse, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Sid-i
i Sid-i ney Drew and other stars in evi-
i dence.
Mr. F. Z. Welhoner of Palatka, aft after
er after a short visit with his daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Laura Welhoner, in Ocala,
left today for a visit to his old home
at Grahamville. He expects to visit
Marion county friends several weeks
before returning home.
Mr. F. Weston, manager of the
Cummer mines at Newberry, was in
town last night, the guest of Mr. L. R.
Chazal.
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South Lake Weir, Sept. 7. An in interesting
teresting interesting event of Sunday was the
marriage of Miss Irene Gates, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Gates
and Mr. Roy Adrian Anderson of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, which was solelmnized at four
o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents, at South Lake Weir, Fla.
The ceremony which was, witnessed
by relatives and scores of friends of
the popular young couple, was per-
forced by Rev. G. V. Albertson of;
Orlando, the Presbyterian ring ser service
vice service being used.
The rooms of the. lower floor were
beautifully decorated with palms,
ferns, white star jasmine vines and
bringing out most effectively and
tastefully the color scheme.
In the living room where the cere ceremony
mony ceremony took place the blue and white
motif was beautifully carried out.
The library and dining rooms were
in pink and white, which furnished a
pretty effect against the background
of the green palms and vines. In
the dining room from the center of
the ceiling hung a large white bell
and from this there were streamers
of pink and white lace paper to each
corner of the table and in the center
was a large A made from tiny flow
ers.
Mrs. Charles E. Brown of Webster,
a sister of the bride, presided at the
piano. The bridal party entered the
room to the strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march. As the music pealed
forth the doors from the dining room
and library were thrown open and
from the right came the .maid of
honor, Miss Elsie Morrison, an old
school mate of the bride and the
bridesmaid, Miss Leila Akins. The
bride entered with her father by whom
she was given in marriage. They
were met at the bay window which
had been beautifully decorated in
white garlands and a large white
bell, by the groom and his best man,
Mr. Thomas Pullen, preceded by Mas Master
ter Master Karl Ester Brown, a nephew of
the bride, who carried a large white
bride rose, in the center of which was
the wedding ring, and there the im impressive
pressive impressive ceremony was solemnized.
The maid of honor wore a white
("crepe de chene gown trimmed in lace
and light blue velvet ribbon. Her
flowers were an arm bouquet of white
asters and ferns tied with light blue
satin ribbon. The bridesmaid wore
white China silk trimmed with lace
and white satin ribbon. Her arm
bouquet was of white asters, tied with
a light blue ribbon.
The bride was charming in her
wedding gown of ivory white satin
charmeuse trimmed with deep shadow
lace and beautiful white pearl bead
trimmings. Her maline silk embroid
ered veil was worn with a cap effect
and held in place with a wreath of
orange blossoms. Her one ornament
was a diamond necklace. She car-
ried an arm bouquet of white bride
roses with a shower of star jessa
mine.
Following the ceremony an inform
al reception was held during which
the bridal couple received the con congratulations
gratulations congratulations of those present. Dur During
ing During the reception a refreshment course
was served consisting of pink and
white cakes .and pink and white ice
cream. Miss Grace Snook and Miss
Annie Anderson, a sister of the
groom, presided at the punch bowl
and assisting in serving were Mrs. J.
B. Dolson, Misses Myrtle Hickey,
Margaret Snook, Juanita Lytle. The
young ladies that served wore white
dresses with pink and blue girdles,
which helped to carry out the color
scheme.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson left via au
tomobile for Leesburg, Orlando, Key
West, Miami and other places be before
fore before returning from their honeymoon
and on their return about Sept. 25,
they will be at home to their many
friends at the Colonial hotel in Ocala.
Mrs. Anderson traveled in a navy
blue satin dress with hat, gloves and
accessories to match.
The bride was raised here in our
midst and for the last four years has
filled the responsible office of assis assistant
tant assistant postmaster, which place she has
held to the satisfaction of all. She
is a charming young lady and has a
wide circle of friends who will wish
her every happiness in her new home.
The groom is an Orlando young
man, and is a trusted employe of the
Seaboard Air Line railway, which
place he has filled for the past six
years and he has social and business
friends who will extend congratula congratulations
tions congratulations and best wishes.
They had a great many beautiful
and costly presents consisting of cut
glass, silver, china and many articles
in hand embroidery which showed
the esteem in which these young peo people
ple people are held. There is but one regret
which is that Mrs. Anderson will make
her home elsewhere.
A full line or locse leaf ledgers,
note Locks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
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woman will endure the miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and consti constipation,
pation, constipation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.
Peek, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation." Ob Obtainable
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Have you tried those delicious Max Max-Ixe
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don't let anyone make you believe
that any other is "just as good."
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SERVICES IN NORTH OCALA

Rev. A. B. McDonald will preach
tonight at the North Ocala Union
church at 7:30. Everybody invited.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and their
pretty little daughter left this after afternoon
noon afternoon on No. 40, A. C. L., for a trip
thru the west to the San Francisco
Exposition. They will be gone six
weeks and their friends hope they
will have the best sore of a good time.
Mr. W. E. Melson of the Smith
Grocery Co., has returned from a
trip to Mitchell Beach, near St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brewer of
Romeo are in town today. Mr. Brew Brewer
er Brewer is one of the" prominent workers in
the Bloxham county movement, and
promises to le just as friendly with
his old time friends in Marion and
Levy after next Tuesday as he is now.
Dr. R. D. Ferguson who has within
the past few weeks located at- Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, is in the city today, and while
here enlisted on the Weekly Star's
ever growing army of satisfied sub
scribers. Dr. Ferguson has for some
time past been attending to the prac practice
tice practice of Dr. II. Gatrell at Fairfield dur
ing his absence, and is rapidly mak
ing for himself a name in his chosen
profession.
Mr. II. S. Ashley, a valued attache
of the New Racket Store, was called
to his old home in Georgia Thursday
by the unexpected death of his sister,
Miss Aletha. The friends made by
this youn lady during her stay here
last winter will be shocked to learn
of her sudden death, due to a drug druggist's
gist's druggist's mistake in a prescription.
Lakeland Telegram.
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak
ery under the name "DELICIOUS"
are everything that the name indi
cates. Six flavors made fresh every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac Accept
cept Accept no other. tf
W. K. Lane, M. DJ, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf.
Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
AN OCALA
MAN'S EXPERIENCE
Results Tell. the Tale
Can you doubt the evidence of this
Ocala citizen?
You can verify Ocala endorsement.
Read this:
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street,
Ocala, says: "My kidneys were
weak and at times I coulun't control
the passages of the kidney secre
tions. I was greatly bothered dur
ing busy hours of the day. I got a
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and be began
gan began using them as directed. They
certainly acted quickly in regulating
the action of ray kidneys and reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness it my back. I don't
hesitate to recommend them to any anyone
one anyone having kidney complaint."
Price 50c. at a dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Rev. Price had. Foster-Mil burn
Co.. Props. Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 11.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, J-'OR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Model AA Maxwell run runabout
about runabout in very best of condition. Has
been run less than 1000 miles. Top,
prest-o-lije, new coil and tires all
good. A nifty little car and a bar bargain
gain bargain for cash. Address Auto, care
Star. 9-3-tf
WANTED Any one desiring board
in private family; hou?e well venti ventilated
lated ventilated and screened. Apply to 1123
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-1 m
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
WANTED From 1 to 100 head of
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the
month at 80c per head. Every pre precaution
caution precaution will be' used to keep hogs in
a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,
Oxford, Fla. 8-lG-26t.
URNTSIIED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev every
ery every modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to puDuc
square. Would not rent for less than
six months. Apply at Star office tf
LOST Gold ring, signet of onyx
Greek warrior intaglio. Reward at
the Star office. 28-Ct
WANTED Ten teams to haul ties;
standard prices paid. Apply to G. G.
Aired, Electra, Fla. 31-6t
FOR EXCHANGE Will exchange
Ocala or Lake Weir property for au automobile.
tomobile. automobile. Car must be in ood con condition.
dition. condition. Address ."X," care Star. 4-t

OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS

IAKIOX-IHN MA KON'IC TXWGK
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M.. ni?u on the first and thlr.1
Thursday evening or each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
JaJe Prown. Secretary. Ad
WOOl !t-J. OF TIIK WORLD
Fon Kir.z Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall ac 8 p. m., every
seend .tnJ ioarth Friday. VUitlcp
eovereris are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.
coNcoimn lodge r. i or a.
Concordia Ixxjge. Fraternat Union
of America, meets In Yo.iJt's Hall
en the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OcALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 25
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:10 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KXKill IN OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. !'.. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
CasrVe Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A corilal velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C C
Ctai. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B. P. O E.
Ocata Lodge No. !SS. Deneiolent
and Protective Orde.- of Elks, meet
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always velcomt. Club house
opposite postcftlr'e, east side.
H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL
month at 7X0 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Web!,, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmo.s. Sec'y.
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BOTTLED
The drink that quenches
thirst perfectly and the
one that punches out
that tired feeling.
Ocala Coca-Cola
Botiling Works
SEE RODOFF
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SHRIMP, CRABS, AND OTHER
SEA FOOD
PHONE 43S OCALA, FLA.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embnlmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala. Fla.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

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302 W. BROADWAY

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

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) White Star Line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
PHONE 296

We sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling In Quality
and Price Price-IN
IN Price-IN VEST! GATE

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

RL Rer. Abhott Charles, President., Rct. Father Benedict, Director.

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Sto Led

Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. TOST OFFICE, TELEGHAPn. TELEPHONE. EXPKESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915

HOTEL C

Broadway and 14th Street. Union Square
NEW YORK CITY

A Clean, Comfortable, Conrenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
.American and European Plans.

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES

CHURCHILL
ExceFsioiu ttj
MONBAY,
ATLAKJTD

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

$

1.60 Round Trip S

Special train leaves 2:10 p. m. on
the 15th on regular or special train.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
Tampa, Fla.
PUT YOUR AD

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PHONE 437
Packing, Storing,
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
Baggage Serrice
the Best
College
American Plan, $2 per Day.
and up ..
European Plan, $1 per Day
and up.
&. COMPANY
St. Aungestlee
SEPT.
via
AST LOlru
the 13th. Tickets good to return
M. R. WILLIAMS, C.-T. A
Ocala, Fla.
IN THE STAR