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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS THIE
VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1915
NO. 214
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
RAINS WILL HELP ARABIC INCIDENT
DID GREAT
STRUCK HEART
IMMENSE
HOT FAIR TO
CHOP OF MAIZE
TRE RUSSIANS
DF THE G1TY
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RUSSIANS ON THE GALICIAN
FRONTIER INFLICTED ON
THEM A SEVERE
REVERSE

(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 9. For the first time
in many weeks the Russians, accord according
ing according to their own statements, have in inflicted
flicted inflicted a severe reverse on their op opponents.
ponents. opponents. Tuesday's battle near Tarn Tarn-opol,
opol, Tarn-opol, seventy miles east of Lemberg
and near the Calician frontier, while
not conclusive, is regarded in Eng England
land England as indicating that the Russians
have reached a stage where they pro propose
pose propose striking back after a long re retreat.
treat. retreat. The Teutonic forces engaged
included not only Austrians but Ger German
man German troops. The Russians say 8000
prisoners were taken. They say the
victory would have been pronounced
but for the inferiority of their artil artillery.
lery. artillery. The German center is forging
ahead slowly by virtue of sustained
pressure, but in the north Hinden Hinden-burg
burg Hinden-burg is still unable to force the pas passage
sage passage of the Dvina.
Grand Duke Nicholas is on his way
to his new headquarters in the Cau Caucasus.
casus. Caucasus. The European press is not in
accord on what this change means.
It is suggested it might mean a vig vigorous
orous vigorous offensive on the Turkish fron frontier
tier frontier in connection with an effort to
force the Dardanelles.
By means of aid raids and gun fire
from the sea and artillery bombard bombardment,
ment, bombardment, the.- French and British con continue
tinue continue to hammer the German positions
in the west "without launching in infantry
fantry infantry attacks.
SONS OF VETERANS
Called to Attend an Important Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Tomorrow Evening
There will be a special meeting of
the Sons of Confederate Veterans at
the court house. Friday evening, Sep September
tember September 10, 1915, at 7:45.
Ocala will entertain the' state con convention
vention convention of the Sons of Veterans in
October next, and every member is
urged to be present to discuss various
features of the approaching conven convention.
tion. convention. D. Niel-Ferguson, Comdt.
W. T. Gary, Adjutant. :
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, Sept. 8. Wednesday
night Miss Lula Sanders entertained
a number of her friends with a pop popcorn
corn popcorn party and a peanut boiling.
Mr. B. C. Blitch spent Thursday in
Ocala.
Messrs. Joseph and Boyd Aiken re returned
turned returned home Saturday from several
weeks at Dunnellon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Burgess are on
the sick list.
Prof. J. H. Brinson and Messrs.
Ayer and Colbert of Ocala were call callers
ers callers Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Handberry and daugh
ter and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of
Inverness, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harris
of Morriston and Mrs. Carrie Potts of
Fellowship and her guest, Mr. Wade
Geiger of Micanopy, were Sunday
guests of Mrs. S. H. Blitch and fam family.
ily. family. Mr. Walter Pedrick and a party of
friends from Ocala passed through
Sunday.
Miss Cattie Davis returned to her
home at Inverness Sunday with Mr.
J. L. Davis, with whom she is mak making
ing making her home.
Mr. B. R. Blitch is spending this
week in Ocala.
Mr. J. S. Blitch of Montbrook and
Messrs. Eli Hester and Jasper Willis
of Williston, were Saturday visitors,
talking Bloxham county.
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8 2-tf Lattner's Tiano Store.
W. K. Lane, M. EL, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.
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
I will exchange, even, an eighty eighty-acre
acre eighty-acre tract of land within plain sight
of the depot at Leroy, Marion county,
for a five-passenger touring automo automobile,
bile, automobile, in good running condition. Land
is good land to cultivate, and has
probably some mineral under it. The
title is clear and all taxes paid. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Box 606, Ocala, Fla. 8-27 dw tf

WEATHER WILL AID THEM IN
PLANS TO CARRY ON
THE WAR

(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 9. Commenting on
the removal of the Grand Duke Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas from the head of the Russian
armies, the military expert of the
Times says that unless some mistake
is made, the plans of the grand duke
for retreat can be successfully car carried
ried carried out. He believes with the com coming
ing coming rains, the Russians can fight when
they want to and retreat at their
pleasure.
Berlin newspapers take various
views of the change. Some see in it
a political move only and praise the
grand duke's leadership. Others say
the responsibility for defeat rests
alone with him and for that reason
the change was made.
SOl'IIIIC M 1 11 ES III
THE WHITE SEA
ENTERPRISING GERMANS MAKE
RISKY EVEN THE WATER
ROAD TO ARCHANGEL
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 9. The captain of
the Russian steamship Dwinsk, arriv arriving
ing arriving from Archangel, says he waited
six days outside of Archangel until
the course was cleared of German
mines! He passed north of Iceland
and saw no German warships.
DISTINGUISHED NEWSPAPER
WORKER IS DEAD
Elmer N. Hancock, for Many Years
Editor of the Savannah News
(.Associated Press)
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 9. Elmer N.
Hancock, for thirty years editor of
the Morning News, was found dead
in bed this morning. Acute indiges indigestion
tion indigestion is believed to have been the
cause of his death.
BULGARIANS PREPARE
TO GIVE BATTLE
Putting Heavy Guns at All Important
Points
(Associated Pres3
Paris, Sept. 9. A Dedeaghatch dis
patch to the Temps says the Bulgar
ians are actively fortifying strategic
points with heavy guns.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Tuesday, August 31, 1915
The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion county, met in regu regular
lar regular session' on the above date at its
office in Ocala with G. S. Scott, chair chairman,
man, chairman, and B. R. Blitch, members, and
J. H. Brinson, secretary, present. J.
S. Grantham, member, absent.
Messrs. Rawls and Atkinson, trus
tees of Fellowship school, called and
made request for a second assistant,
fifteen large sized desks and one rec
itation settee and one teacher's desk
and for cement to fix the well. The
request was granted with reference
to well and they were also directed to
have two sanitary closets built.
Mr. G. S. Scott, one of the Fairfield
trustees, called and made request for
second assistant and for certain lights
for the house. The lights were grant granted
ed granted and action on the request for teach teacher
er teacher was postponed.
Mr. J. D. McCaskill, contractor on
room of the Ocala primary school,
called and had an understanding with
the board that the account could be
paid when work was completed and
accepted by the Ocala- trustees and
chairman of the board and superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. A request that the Wesley Chapel
colored school be re-established was
presented and also a petition for the
same and the matter was left with
Mr. Blitch to investigate and report
upon to the superintendent as to the
feasibility of re-opening or not.
Mr. John Fogelstrom called and se secured
cured secured final settlement for contract
on Capulet building.
Mr. W. J. Seckinger called and
made request for permit to send all of
his children to the Fellowship school
and also that aid be given high school
pupils of the county to attend the
county high school. It was agreed to
grant the permit to send to the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship school but no action was tak taken
en taken on the county aid request.
Mr. Willis and others from the Old
Town neighborhood called and renew renewed
ed renewed a request made at previous meet meeting
ing meeting of the board to have a new school
granted. They proposed to donate the
land for the lot and wanted the coun-

CAPTAIN OF SUBMARINE HAS

J
REPORTED AND SAYS HE
ACTED IN SELF DEFENSE
( Associated Press)
Berlin, Sept. 9. A German subma
rine commander has returned to his
base of supplies and reported to the
admiralty that he torpedoed the liner
Arabic, believing she was about to at
tack the submarine. He says he fired
in self defense.
The report says the submarine was
destroying a freighter when the Arab
ic was sighted. The submarine was
then on the surface. The Arabic
swung around as if to attack the sub
marine. The commander was still in
doubt as to the Arabic's intentions
when she changed her course a few
points, but kept headed in a direc
tion bringing her nearer the scene.
He continued to observe the liner's
actions until the Arabic again chang changed
ed changed her course and headed directly for
the spot where the submarine lay, as
if he had sighted the undersea boat.
Then the submarine commander be believing
lieving believing his craft endangered submerg submerged
ed submerged and fired the torpedo.
GERMANY EXPRESSES REGRET
Berlin, Sept. 9. Germany's note
concerning the sinking of the Arabic
was sent Ambassador Gerard yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. It ascribes the sinking as an act
of self defense.
The note expresses regret for the
Americans lost and offers to refer the
question of reparation and compensa compensation
tion compensation to The Hague for settlement. It
further, says the submarine com commander
mander commander uas instructed not to attack
passenger vessels unless they tried to
escape cr attack a submarine.
SENSIBLE BILL PASSED
THE ALABAMA SENATE
Would Enable Convicts to Help Keep
their Families from Want
(Associated Press)
Montgomery, Sept. 9. The Ala Alabama
bama Alabama senate has passed a bill provid providing
ing providing that one-fourth of the gross earn earnings
ings earnings of convicts be sent to their fam families.
ilies. families. ty to furnish the furniture and the
teacher for the coming term and ma material
terial material for a new school building.
Tuesday Afternoon
Mr. J. D. Young, one of the Buck
Pond trustees, called and made re request
quest request for an assistant teacher. Action
was postponed.
Mr. J. S. Grantham sat with the
board from the beginning of the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon session.
The people from Old Town com community
munity community came back to find the decision
of the board and as the proposed
school would be within the territory of
the Fellowship school district the
details to be decided upon with the un understanding
derstanding understanding that the county is will willing
ing willing to furnish the materials and to
grant the school.
It was agreed to grant permit to
W. J. Seckinger of Martel to send
his children to the Fellowship school.
Minutes of the last session were
read and approved as read.
Mr. C. C. Priest, Jr., one of the An Anthony
thony Anthony trustees, called and made re request
quest request for 25 large sized desks, a
teacher's desk and chart, and to have
the inside of one room painted. Re Request
quest Request was granted.
A proposition from S. E. Civil, of
Span, to put down a well at the Ja Jacob's
cob's Jacob's Well school was presented and
it was agreed to have the well put
down and to take off one month of
school to apply on it.
The superintendent reported that it
had been found impracticable to put
down a pitcher pump at the Hard
Rock school and that a deep well pump
had been authorized at $80.
A request from W. W. Bush, of Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, for permit to send a
pupil to the Ocala school was present presented
ed presented and granted.
The secretary reported the settle
ment of the matter of the warant of
the Ocala district in favor of the A.
B. Rou estate that was reported lost
by having a bond for the indemnifi
cation of the board in case of loss ex
ecuted, and having given a county
warrant as an advance to the dis district
trict district warrant for $500.
A communication was presented
from the comptroller with reference to
the unpaid taxes of the Oklawaha Val Valley
ley Valley R'y., and the unpaid taxes of the
S. A. L., in the Citra district.
A communication from the state
superintendent was presented notify
ing the board that the state board of
education would renew their bid on
the Citra bonds to be effective when
they had been properly advertised un
der the law. The board then passed
a resolution as follows:
That there be due advertisement
made of the offer of the $8000 in bonds

ZEPPELIN SHOWERED BOMBS
ON THE DEFENSELESS PEO PEOPLE
PLE PEOPLE OF LONDON
(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 9. Twenty persons
were killed and eighty-six injured in
last night's Zeppelin raid near Lon
don.
Much private property was destroy destroyed,
ed, destroyed, but no soldiers killed nor source
of war supplies injured.
TEUTONS CLAIM TO HAVE TAK-
EN A LINE OF FRENCH
TRENCHES
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Sept. 9. The war office an
nounces an important victory in the
Arganne, where a long line of French
trenches has been taken.
BOY BURGLAIt
. t
Who Caused the Death of an Aged
Woman, has Confessed
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 9. Owney Talex,
a Russian Finn hallboy at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. Elizabeth Nichols, who
met her death last night at the hands
of robbers, was held for murder after
he confessed, the police say, to a part
in the crime. The robbers tore $10,000
worth of jewelry from the aged widow
but overlooked a strong box with
between $250,000 and $500,000 worth
of gems. It is believed the widow died
of fright.
to be sold to the highest bidder, the
bids to be opened at 3 p. m., on Tues
day, October 5, 1915, at the office of
the board in Ocala, Fla.
A protest was presented from the
supervisor and some patrons of the
Silver Springs school against two
patrons being allowed to send some
children to the Ocala school. The
matter was discussed and it was
agreed to allow them to send.
A communication was presented
from Mr. D. R. Zetrouer, one of the
Shiloh trustees, suggesting that there
be a metal tank supplied their school
for securing water. It was ordered
that the secretary take the matter up
with the entire board of trustees to
see if it would be satisfactory with
them. He also requested blackboard
paint which was ordered to be fur-
matter was refered to them for the
nished as soon as it could be secur secured.
ed. secured. A letter was presented from the
state board of health calling atten
tion to the law of 1915, in regard to
providing sanitary closets for all the
schools and it was agreed that all
closets should be made in such a man
ner by screening and otherwise that
they can be kept in a sanitary condi condition
tion condition and free from flies, and that it
shall be the duty of the teachers and
trustees and supervisors to make in inspections
spections inspections and see that they are kept
in decent and sanitary condition.
A letter was prr rented from the
head camp of the Woodmen of the
World in Omaha, Neb., directing that
instead of the interest payments be being
ing being made on the Ocala district bonds
at the Metals & Mechanics National
Bank of New York, as provided in
the bonds, the interest could be set
tled in New York exchange by send
ing same to the First National Bank
of Omaha, Omaha, Neb. This was
done for the reason that the entire is
sue was held by the Sovereign Camp
of the Woodmen of the World at Oma
ha.
A letter from the city clerk of tH
city of Ocala was presented notifying
the board that a right of way was
wanted across their primary school
property for the opening of South 4th
street. It was agreed that there were
no objections to the opening of the
street through the property.
The superintendent was authorized
to purchase 25 primary reading
charts.
A request from the Summerfield
colored school was presented for a
well to be supplied with water and it
was agreed that if they would dig a
good well the board would furnish
material for it.
The board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday Morning Session
The board met with all members
present and acting.
Mr. Grantham reported that the
patrons of the Fort McCoy school had

IMPORTANT SUCCESS
III AHGOIIIIE

CHICAGO NEWSPAPER LEARNS

ZEPPELINS SAILED OVER
LONDON
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Sept. 9. A dispatch to
the Daily News from its London staff
indicates, the News says, that last
night s Zeppelin raid was over the
heart of London, but-the censors are
withholding details. The" cablegram
to the News said "The News office and
staff are safe." The News offloe ia in
the heart of London.
ARCHIBALD MAY
BE
T OUT
AMERICAN NEWSPAPER MAN
WHO WORKED. AGAINST HIS
COUNTRY'S INTERESTS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 9. Secretary
Lansing has cancelled the passports
of James Archibald, the American
newspaper man who the British sec secret
ret secret service men found carrying the
famous Dumba letter. This is the first
official action in the case. Archibald
is in Rotterdam. He can have only
an emergency passport to get home.
GEORGIA MAN GIVEN
FAT POLITICAL JOB
(Associated Frees
Washington, Sept. 9. William I.
Denning of Georgia has been appoint appointed
ed appointed chief clerk of the postoffice depart department.
ment. department. held a meeting and in place of Mr.
Stanborough and Mr. Sistrunk, who
were away for an indefinite period,
they recommended Messrs. T. M.
Pierce and E. L. Bosshardt for ap appointment
pointment appointment as trustees. It was order ordered
ed ordered that they be duly commissioned.
It was ordered that two lengths of
blackboard be sent to E. S. Tyner,
supervisor of the Paisley school.
The following bills were audited
and ordered paid from county funds:
W. J. Edwards for interest on war warrant
rant warrant No. B417 $43.75, Mrs. Mary E.
Rou for advance to Ocala district for
payment on warrant to A. B. Rou for
$800 $300, Commercial Bank for in interest
terest interest coupons $56', J. M. Graham for
interest coupon on Farson warrants
$30, J. U. Brinson for salary $150, G.
S. Scott for service on board $6, B. E.
Blitch for same $11.20, J. S. Gran Grantham
tham Grantham for same $11.80, Mrs. E. J.
Cardy for interest coupon $42, S. IL
Blitch for interest coupon $131.25,
J. M. Graham for treasurer's commis commission
sion commission on funding warrants $233.79,
Martel Lumber Co. for lumber for
Hog Pond building $7.20, E. E. Con Converse
verse Converse for material for repairs at
Pedro $7.50, Ocala Banner for min minutes
utes minutes $2X0, E. E. Converse for desks
for Jacob's Well $31.80, J. H. Brinson
for postage $3.25, E. C. Jordan & Co.
for chairs and stovepipe for Mt. Olive
school $3.90, Ocala Star for grade
books and report cards $48X0, Collier
Bros, for hauling and packing black blackboard
board blackboard for Irvine school $.75, D. B.
Brinson for repairs at Mill Creek $3,
E. E. Converse for flooring for Moss
Bluff school $23.75, Commercial Bank
for interest on general school war warrants
rants warrants retired by treasurer $267.81,
same for same $G8.91, J. W. Aiken &
Co. for fixing valve at high school
$1X5, Jno. M. Graham for treasurer's
commission $55.48, the Book Shop for
office supplies $.75, Rentz Lumber Co.
for lumber for Fort McCoy repairs
$9.09, S. D. Collins for fixing pump at
Fort McCoy $2, J. J. Zolusky for
pump and pipe for Fort McCoy $2.75,
if. McQuaig for partition in Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy school house $5, Mclver & Mae Mae-Kay
Kay Mae-Kay for building material for Blaze
Pond $19X0, same for table for Ped Pedro
ro Pedro $6X0, same for table for Jacob's
Well $2X0, same repair material at
Indian Mound $-80, same for material
for repairs and table for Martin $6.10,
same for shingles for Irvine school
$31.85, same for material for repairs
at Silver Springs $10, same for re repair
pair repair material at Belleview $4.80, Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware Co. for repair material
a Hog Pond school $.96, Fame for
Fairfield school $7.23, Ocala Star for
minutes $2X0, examination notice
$4.50, notice about text books $1.45,
dormitory advertisement $6.72, Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank for expense in trans transmitting
mitting transmitting warrants to Chicago $12X0,
same for interest coupon of M. L.
Payne $147, for teachers' salaries
$1181.85, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas for
office help $24.
The following were ordered paid
from district funds: on Mcintosh to
Taylor Printing Co. for warrant book

H

Amount of Corn Raised this Year

will Promote Prosperity to an
Amazing Extent
Marion county's great corn crop has
set many people to thinking and has
made many a farmer feel good over
the prospects of a crib full of corn
and a loft filled with fodder. This
year he not only has the prospect of
feeding the corn to his work stock.
fattening his hogs and cows and
poultry with it, but he is in grinding
it in the numerous country grist
mills, into grits and meal, and also
into ground and mixed feeds for his
stock. Then there is a ready sale for
cash for his surplus in Ocala.
One of the first men to take ad
vantage of the corn crop to help him
self as well as his neighbors and to
keep some of the money at home that
has been going west for corn, was
Mr. John Dozier of the John Dozier
Co., the feed and provision firm
which is a close neighbor of the Star.
Mr. Dozier bought and had installed
in the back of his room wholesale
place of business on Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, and m all ready for operation as
scon as the first of the corn crop was
cured and ready to grind, a huge elec
tric motor, silent and powerful, to
which he had belted a corn mill that
will grind meal, grits or just crack
the corn, or any of the stages be between.
tween. between. This will will also grind al alfalfa,
falfa, alfalfa, oats or anything else of that
nature that is fed into it, including
corn cobs, and will do one as well as
another.
Along side of it is a corn shell er,
operated by the same power and the
shelter will shell and the grinder
grind as much corn with the help of
one man in a day's time as several
two-horse teams can haul.
As a result, Mr. Dozier is buying
Marion county raised corn for all of
his demands, paying cash for it, and
will continue to do so, to the exclusion
of western corn, as long as he can
get corn without weevils in it.
Right here the Louis R. Chazal
Sons Co.will come in, and when, the
uncured corn begins to fill with weevil
it will have a huge supply that has
ben cured and treated and therefore
kept free from the little corn pests,
so that in all probability Mr. Dozier
will use Marion county corn till an another
other another crop comes in.
Mr. Dozier sells half a dozen or
more mixed feeds. He will now be
able to put up all of those mixed
feeds and, in fact, is doing so right
in his own warehouse. He can give
a man any formula that he desires,
corn and oats and alfalfa, or add cot cotton
ton cotton seed meal, one or all of these and
in any proportion that may be desir desired,
ed, desired, and put his own label on the bags.
The county has not grown enough
oats for its own use this season, hence
there will be little or none to sell,
but by another season Mr. Dozier ex expects
pects expects to be able to buy his oats t
home also.
In this connection we can mention
that Mr. Shuey has a grist mill at his
home in the fourth ward and is grind grinding
ing grinding corn for all who apply on the old-,
fashioned toll plan.
Giles &. Company are doing the
same and are grinding a lot of it
each week.
$1; on Belleview to-Belleview Trading
Co. for chalk and nails $1.70, E. M.
Brown for building concrete steps
and corner fence post $21.90, Mrs.
Mattie Jones for cleaning school
house $3; on Fantville to Mary Forbes
for teaching $5; on Reddick to Taylor
Printing Co. for boundary lip $X0,
A. J. Nystron. & Co. for balance due
on maps and charts $16.70; one Pine
Level to Taylor Printing Co. for war warrant
rant warrant book $1; on Weirsdale to An Andrew
drew Andrew Catanza for work on school
grounds $13X0, C S. Gates for matt-rial
and labor for repairs on school
house $79X2; on Citra to the Ocala
Star for bond notice $3.75, Taylor
Printing Co. for boundary alips $X0;
on Griner Farm to Taylor Printing
Co. for warrant book $1; on Buck
Pond to Taylor Printing Co. for boun boundary
dary boundary slips $X0; on Sparr to Taylor
Printing Co. for boundary slips $X0,
A. J. Stephens for cleaning school
house $2, A. J. Nystrom It Co. for
balance on maps, etc, $23.25; on Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship to J. L. B. Hudgens for slat slating
ing slating blackboard $8X8; Taylor Print Printing
ing Printing Co. for warrant book $1; on Fort
King to E. J. Johnson for drilling out
pump $.75, the Book Shop for sup supplies
plies supplies $12.10; on Capulet to John Fog Fogelstrom
elstrom Fogelstrom for fixing toilets $4, same for
final payment on new building $194,
Taylor Printing Co. for warrant book
$1; on Fairfield to Taylor Printing
Co. for boundary slips $X0; on Char Charter
ter Charter Oak to Marion Hardware Co. for
repair material $2X9; on HeidtviUe to
W. T. Strickland for books, window
shades and incidentals $11.96, th
Book Shop for bocks and chalk $12X7;
on Pleasant Hill to the Book Shop for
school books $7.09; on Fort McCoy to

THEY ARE VICTIMS OF THE WAR

SAYS THE SWISS PRESI PRESIDENT
DENT PRESIDENT (Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 9. Neutral nations are
justified in protesting against the
war because they are its victims, ia
the opinion of the president of Switx-
rland, who expressed views in an in-
L001G0VE0
THE LOCATI0I1S
Members of the City Council Hare
Not Decided on the Site for
the New Waterworks
The members of the city council
met yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
and taking the plans with them went
to the city water works site, between
South Fourth and South Fifth streets,
where the city owns three-fourths of
a block and looked the place over
thoroughly. Then then went to the
14-acre lot formerly called 'Taylor's
pond. and other lots or sites, includ including
ing including the one that Mr. E. IL Seymour
proposed to donate to the city. No
decision was reached, as the tneetin
was an informa olne, but the mem members
bers members seemed to stand just where they
did at the session of the council Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night.
The Star Ls of the opinion that the
council would do well to leave the
water works plant where it Is and go
ahead with the building of the com
bination electric light and water
works plant there. As for the r.ci
that has been talked of, the machin machinery
ery machinery of the new plant will be absolate-
y noiseless, and as for any unsightly
eature, the hew plant will be very
sightly and an ornament to that part
of town.
W. A. Morgan for scrubbing school
house $5; on Anthony to Union School
Furnishing Co. on contract of April
4, 1915, $46.65 and the same amount
payable in 1916 and 1917; on Lowell
to A. J. Nystrom & Co. for balance
due on maps and globe $20.75.
It was agreed that in the case of
applications for assistant teacher it
would be required that the monthly
report show the required average be before
fore before any extra teacher would be
granted.
The secretary was directed to send
accounts. to all adjoining counties
upon whom we would have claims for
uition of line pupils.
The treasurer's report was re
sented and showed conditions as fol-
ows: For county funds of ordinary
account balance from last month
$769.27, received from comptroller for
March i exemptions $31.95, tax collec
tor for regular 1914 collections
$774.20, polls regular $72 and extra
$20, J. II. Brinson for sale of Cap
ulet old school house $13, total re receipts
ceipts receipts for August 1915, regular $1, $1,-740.42,
740.42, $1,-740.42, total disbursements for same
$1499.99, balance $140.43. On loan
fund received from superintendent for
oan from J. M. Blitch on coupon war
rants $700, from W. J. Edwards on
same $2500, from Ocala Lodge P. &
A. M. $1400, balance at beginning
$792.77, total receipts $5392.77, dis disbursements
bursements disbursements from same in redemption
of warrants $4024-08, balance $1363
On funding warrant account, to Pow
ell, Gerard & Co. receipt of $23X79.17,
disbursements in redemption of coun county
ty county warrants $23X63X0, balance
$25X7.
On district funds the following bal
ances were shown: Ocala $87,15, Mc-
ntosh $89X8, Belleview $334X9,
antville $63.01, Dunnellon $18X2,
leddick $163,73, Pine Level $261X2,
Mayville $81X1. Weirsdale $SS9.10,
Citra $3X6, Griner Farm $4X1, Buck
Pond $223X5, Sparr $9.16, Candler
$568X0, Fellowship $12X5, Electra
$48.78, Blitchton $03.79, MarteL
$308X3, Fort King $154X1," Capulet
$394-04, Linadale $261X8, Cotton
Plant $236X9, Orange Lake $204X4,
Oak Hill $38X8, Moss Bluff $48.45,
Fairfield $6X8, Cotage Hill $24X4,
Charter Oak $346.71, Pedro $40.44,
Kendrick $108.41, Oklawaha $192X2,
leidtville $363X4, Pleasant Hill
$187.19, Fort McCoy $39X2, Anthony
$143X3, Summerfield $59X2, Home Homeland
land Homeland $111X3, Shiloh $1X1. Ttotal
$6319X2.
Balance in district bond interest
and sinking fund accounts as follows
was shown: Ocala $757.04, Dunnel-
on $688X6, Citra $366.76. Ocala'a in
terest coupons had been redeemed for
past year of $3750.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in re gulf x
session on Tuesday, October 5, 1915.
J. n. Brinson, Secretary.

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I
MARION OR 3LOXIIAM?
Next Tuesday there will be in the
northwest precincts of this county an
election, in which the people will de decide
cide decide whether they will remain in Mar Marion
ion Marion or go with a part of Levy to form
a new county of Bloxham.
We do not know how this election
is going. We are confident that if the
people have taken careful thought of
their own welfare, they will remain
in their own county. That the peo people
ple people of Northwest Marion have had
grievances, we know. And they know
that the Star has for the -past two
years and more voiced their griev grievances,
ances, grievances, and insisted that their wrongs
be righted. A strong move in that
direction began before the county
division question came up. It is now
in full swing. Much is being done and
more will be if the county remains
undivided. Of course, if division wins,
the work will stop, and the people of
the separated precincts will have to
look out for themselves.
Why it is that the people of North Northwest
west Northwest Marion should think they will be
better off in a small and wdak county
like Bloxham than they will be in a
large and strong one like Marion, we
cannot understand. Human nature- is
the same in all counties. In the event
of division, Northwest Marion will
not have the county seat. It will be
an annex to Bloxham. It will be the
richest part of the county it will
have to pay the bulk of the taxes. It
will at once have to assume the bur burdens,
dens, burdens, and will be last to derive ben benefits.
efits. benefits. What benefit there will be will
at once go to Williston. The rest of
the new. county will have to wait.
. Williston understands that. That is
why she makes the fight.
Williston has insisted that all Mar
ion was being taxed for the benefit of
the county seat. This is untrue. The
tax books show that Ocala pays more
in proportion than the other precincts,
and consequently the county seat
helps the county more than the county
helps the county seat. That is be
cause Ocala is a city of six or seven
thousand people. In Bloxham, on the
other hand, Williston is a village one one-tenth
tenth one-tenth the size of Ocala.' Its taxes will
not mets its own proportion of ex
penses. In Bloxham, truly the county
seat will impose on the county until
the county seat is much bigger than
it is now, and that will be years in the
future.
It has been the argument of Wil
liston that Marion county has been
taxed to build roads around Ocala.
Again this is untrue. All counties
begin their improved roads at the
county seats. Marion's begun at
Ocala eighteen years ago. They have
been building away from the town
for eighteen years. They are far out
in the county, some to the county
lines, and all the others building in
that direction. Ocala money is doing
more than its share to build them. If
the county is divided, the work will
have to begin over. The people of
Bloxham will have to commence
building roads from Williston out into
their precincts. That will ..suit Willis Willis-'
' Willis-' ton, but it will not be good for the
remainder of the county.
The people of Northwest Marion,
as we have said, have reason to be believe
lieve believe they have been neglected, but
that they have been has not been the
fault so much of Ocala as of the rest
of the county. In the primary of
1912, five commissioners were chosen.
Of these, only one was from Ocala
Four were in other districts, and the
one chosen to look after the north
west was from Dunnellon. Very nat naturally,
urally, naturally, he worked for Dunnellon. This
term, the neglected precincts have
their commissioner, and he is work
ing for them. He is working as effi
ciently as any man in "Bloxham"
could work, and he has behind him
the resources of a big county. If the
county is divided, all of Bloxham will
have just about as much resource as
there is now in the one commission
er's distric t represented by Mr
' Hutchins. And after all, Northwest
Marion has been no more neglected
than other parts of the county. There
are yet hundreds of square miles in
this county that have no improved
roads, and most of them are in the
east and south.
Also, it has been alleged that the
county is taxed for Ocala schools,
Even a child should know this isn'i
true. Ocala has $75,000 worth of
school buildings, but the Ocala sub sub-school
school sub-school district pays for them. It is issued
sued issued bonds for the purpose. Mean Meantime,
time, Meantime, Ocala's contribution to the gen
eral fund helps pay common school
expenses all over the county. Every
little schoolhouse in a small precinct
has help from the county school
board, but the Ocala district helps the
board. No use in disputing this. The
records show it.
Some of our friends in the north
west have an idea that in going to
Bloxham they will obtain a new deal
and have, dealings with a new set of
men. It seems to the Star that they

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should realize that men are much
alike everywhere. Bloxham officials
will be like Marion and Levy officials.
They will be no more devoted to the
public good, and no less prone to look
ing after their own interests. The
best-thing for the citizen to do is to
work to elect men who will try for
the public good, and that he can do in
Marion as well as in Bloxham.
Another delusion is that so much
money will be saved to taxpayers by
going to Williston instead of to Ocala.
It will rather make the taxpayer an
extra trip. Williston is a little town
on one railroad. Ocala is a big town
and a railroad center. People in
Northwest Marion will have to come
to Ocala or go to Gainesville to do
business just as much as ever. And
people who could pay their taxes and
do their trading at the same time by
coming to Ocala will either have to
make the additional visit to Williston
or pay the higher prices on a smaller
range of merchandise that is inevi
table in a smaller town.
The Star has very little mercenary
interest in this county division ques
tion. It is not likely to lose any bus
iness by division. Its interest in the
matter is principally sentimental. We
have a good, big and symmetrical
county a county that is able to do
things. We are sure it is better to
live in such a county than in a little
weak one, that will look like it has
been chopped out of the map with a
dull butcher knife. We have, in the
northwest precincts our friends who
have been with us since the paper
started. They don't need to be told
we have a sincere friendship for them
and want them to stay with us, and
we have had plenty of reason' to be
lieve in the last few weeks that they
want to stay with us.
We will warn these friends of ours
and Marion to be careful in these last
days "of the campaign, and look out
for some wild-eyed, wild-fired story
of the Bloxhamites at the eleventh
hour. Something like that eleven
mile canal from Silver Springs to
Ocala. Whatever it will be, it will
not bear investigation, and its only
strength will be the hope of some
people believing it because it will be
too late to contradict it. However, if
the people of Blitchton, Flemington
and the other northwest precincts de decide
cide decide to go into another county, the
Star will have no reproaches for
them. It is their right to decide the
matter for themselves. If they go,
they will go with and ever retain our
best wishes for their prosperity. If
they remain with us, we shall be glad
to have their help in steadily improv
ing the best county in Florida, and
the one that can the most surely pro promote
mote promote and guard their interests.
The members of the council who
are trying to have the waterworks
located on the Taylor pond lot are
taking on themselves a grave respon
sibility and one that may cause Ocala
untold harm. It will be a very bad
advertisement for our town for it to
be known that the waterworks are
located in the natural cesspool of half
the city, in ground that has been re
ceiving drainage from hundreds of
residence lots for fifty years or more.
If this becomes -known and of course
it will become known it 'will 'be use useless
less useless to expect people to come here,
Dr. D. M Boney
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and will be the greatest incentive to
people to move away. Well3 in that
area, in this geological formation can
never be safe. An epidemic of typhoid
would be liable at any time. The re report
port report of the engineer alone should
have decided this. The water supply
in the present location has been tried
for over a quarter of a century. Talk
about lack of room is foolishness. As
long as water has to be pumped out
of wells, there is room and to spare
on that lot for waterworks for a city
of 25,000 people. Another thing that

causes the Star to wonder is that in
the past few weeks two of the coun-
cilmen who expressed doubt on the
subject Tuesday night, told one of its
reporters that the present location of
the water works was the best place,
and they expected them to remain
there. What has caused this change
of heart in such a short time?
It is one of the institutions and
principles of this country that every
man, either born here or coming here
from abroad, has a right to work
wherever he can obtain work, and
that the government will protect him
in that right. This is our law, writ
ten and unwritten, and Ambassador
Dumba, in threatening Austro-Hun
garian workmen in thi3 -country, has
transgressed it. He should be sent
home. We can imagine what howl
would go up in the pro-German press
if the Russian ambassador was to
bring pressure to bear on the Slavs
in this country, to compel them to
work in the said munition factories.
Yet he would not offend our institu
tions any more than Dumba has done.
A dispatch received in Amsterdam
from Berlin states that the German
submarine which sunk the Arabic ha3
made its official report to the German
admiralty. The submarine commander
tells the story that when the Arabic
changed her course to approach an another
other another vessel that had been torpedoed,
he thought the liner intended to ram
the submarine, and therefore ordered
her torpedoed. The English reports
to the effect that the submarine which
sank the Arabic had been sunk of
captured, have been declared in the
Berlin dispatch to be untrue.
Marion county is more interested in
its county seat fight than the great
European war. But what gets us is
that Representative Light fought for
the division of Pinellas county and is
fighting against the division of Mar Marion.
ion. Marion. Clearwater Sun.
The reason for that is that Mr.
Light understands the question and
you do not.
If coal oil had been left to the con control
trol control of the small operators would it
not have been as helpless as cotton?
If cotton had a mind in control would
it not become a world power like
Standard Oil ? Times-Union.
Very likely; with a few men mak-
mg immense fortunes and several
millions 'working for small wages.
The Star never took any stock in
the story that Von Tirpitz had been
dismissed, and is surprised that any
American should do so. Von Tirpitz
exactly suits the class now in the
saddle in Germany and riding the
German people to death.
Everybody on this side of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic is trying to guess in which
direction the Teutons will launch
their next offensive. Unless the Star
greatly mistakes, the next big offen offensive
sive offensive will be from the allies.
Mr. Roosevelt wants America to be
a meddler, Mr. Wilson wants it to be
a mediator and Mr. Bryan wants it to
be a door mat.
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South' Bend Malleable Range sold
during our special range sale. Date
September 8th to 14th. Marion Hard
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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 :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.; Ar. Tampa 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.,
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
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
1SED POTATOES
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. McCARDELL
Copyright. 1915. by Roy L. McCardell
(Continued from Yesterday)
The'idei." s!e murmured Indig
nantly, "the idea. Hut when the
cynical Mr. Bloom Intimated that Mrs.
Randolph's truest, the vlvnclou Miss
Marston. was u friend of his. Mrs. Ran
dolph sensed another Impending scan
dal and "canje down off her perch, as
Mr. Bloom afterward described it. She
led the wav to Miss Mars ton's cham
ber. But the bird had flown and the
detective and gambler hurried away
leaving Mrs. Randolph Inwardly re reproaching
proaching reproaching herself that she had -taken
up' an adventuress and had her as a
guest on the strength of a Palm Beach
Intimacy. Suppose this came out In
the papers?
CHAPTER XVIII.
A Runaway Marriage.
WIIILK Mrs. Randolph was In Indulging
dulging Indulging In another luxuri luxurious
ous luxurious nervous collapse at this
crownlugeoutreteuips the de detective
tective detective and gambler, were on Uieir way
to the railroad station to bead off the
fugitives. Half way to the depot the
front tire on the tax lea b blew out with
a loud explosion.
Tom Blake looked at his watch. "Blair
Stanley and the lady and the diamond
can't get a train out of Richmond for
over an hour yet." said the detective.
"I have a hunch that they know this
and I bet two to one they hare Im
proved the shining hour by waking up
Parson Gray, 'the marrying minister,'
and getting spliced. I have a wedding
present, a pair of bracelets for the
groom.
Mr. Abe Bloom did not ask any ques
tlons. He realized there might be scv
eral reasons that such a piece of pun punitive
itive punitive Jewelry could be clasped about
the wrists of Blair Stanley.
At the preacher's house, which was
near by, neither Blake nor Bloom were
surprised to see a waiting taxlcab.
Blake questioned the driver briefly and
mounted the steps of the parsonage.
The front door was unfastened and he
and Bloom glided silently into tbe
lighted hallway.
They could bear the voice of the Rev.
John Gray droning. "1 now pronounce
you man and wife!" Blair Stanley and
Vivian Vivian Marstou no more more-were
were more-were faciug the minister and "Blair was
extending to his eager eyed bride the
Jewel with which he had won her. the
diamond from the sky.
Blake stepped forward and with a
deftness acquired by long practice,
snapped his handcuffs on the wrists of
Blair, exclaiming, "We want the dla
mond, and I arrest you for the murder
of Dr. Lee-'
Vivian did hot scream, she clutched
the diamond and drew It to her breast.
Blair, roused to a frenzy of fright and
rage at the thought of losing Vivian
and of being haled off as a murderer,
swung his manacled hands with all bis
strength.
For once Tom Blake was caught nap napping.
ping. napping. He was knocked back over a
chair and lay a moment stunned. Abe
Bloom was next to feel the heavy
swinging double blow of the Infuriated
Blair.
Vivian, quick as thought, pressed the
button of the electric light switch near
the door, and she and Blair rushed
from the room. Blair pausing Just in
side the hall to draw back the sliding
door. They dashed from the place and
were la their taxlcab and away before
the excited and Irresolute minister had
thought to turn on the light. The de detective,
tective, detective, still dizzy from his stunning
fall, roused himself and hurried after
the fugitives from the house, followed
by the astounded Mr. Bloom.
The taxlcab of the newly married
pair was gone. The detective and tbe
gambler ran to their vehicle In the
next street and. finding the burst tire
had been replaced, ordered the driver
to make for the depot.
On their part, the fugitives bad not
proceeded to the depot. It was the
more subti Vivian who suggested a
daring scheme of escape from the city.
Dismissing their taxi near Mr. Ike
Rlnom'a rm wnsjinn thv rou"d that
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OCALA. FLORIDA
A Crabby Story
At a recent church social a
young man, sitting out with a
nice girl, could find nothing to
say, so he makes the following
remarks:
(He) "Do 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
Acker's
Fresh Sea Food Place atHogan'a
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nervously dozins "lender of tnooer on
portable prujH-rty. He wa not loath
to admit tbe fair VlTian for. awakened
now, be was horribly frightened at tbe
Idea of bt.'li: aluue.
But while cbattt'rtus some excuse,
the fair Vivlau lavished her smile

upon the pawnbroker. Blair stopped be- j
hind the unsuspecting lice Bloom and
throttled hiui with tbe chain of the I
handcuffs.
Theu they lound, gagged and blind blindfolded
folded blindfolded the unfortunate and fright en enfeebled
feebled enfeebled Ike Bloom. From his varied
and wonderful stock of goods In pawn
the two adventurers were not long In
selecting complete disguises. Vivian
attired herself as n natty youth, crown crowning
ing crowning her dlscuise with a boy's curly
wig. "hoc Led" but this same day by
a stranded vaudeville actress.
Blair arrayed himself In a somber
frock coat, a" silk hat, and a black
cravat. With cosmetic from Vivian's
vanity case be darkened his visage and
the two. taking dress suit cases, with
their own and such other attire as
struck their fancy, shut the spring lock
door on the bound and Indignant pawn pawnbroker.
broker. pawnbroker. With the passengers that took the
3:10 a. m. train north was a natty col college
lege college boy and a bent gentleman of mid middle
dle middle age of clerical aspect, evidently the
collegian's father.
Blake bad stepped a few yards away
to get a view in the light of tbe faces
of a young married couple, leaving Abe
Bloom to scan the otber passengers.
"They didn't get on this train." splut spluttered
tered spluttered Mr. Bloom. "but I wish 1 had
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- Blessed is the man who has the gift
of making friends for it is one of
God's best gifts. It involves many
things, but above all the power of go going
ing going out of one's self and seeing and
appreciating what ever, is noble and
loving in another one. Thomas
Hughes.-
Miss Justina Rhody will leave early
tomorrow for Baltimore, where she
will spend some time the guest of
relatives.
Mrs. J.""C. Smith and children re returned
turned returned home today from a six weeks
outing with relatives in the western
portion of the state.
' Dr. James Chace and little son,
James Jr., left this afternoon for
Jacksonville and will sail tomorrow
for New York City.
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and children
have returned from a round of visits
with relatives in Jacksonville and
Fernandina.
.JVIiss Mildred Pyles will leave Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for Jacksonville, where she will
spend Sunday and Monday the guest
of. Mrs. Ion Farris. From Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Miss Pyles will go on to Gaines Gaines-yille,
yille, Gaines-yille, Ga., to resume her studies at
iBrenau.
iMrs. J. R. Moorhead returned home
.Tuesday night from a business and
(Pleasure trip through South Florida
in' the interest of pineapple canning,
Preserving and jelly making. During
her stay in Fort Pierce Mrs. Moor Moor-;head
;head Moor-;head was the guest of honor in the
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Lr Goodwin, who own a 40-acre pin pinery,
ery, pinery, and it was under the shade of the
mango trees on this beautiful estate
that the mysteries of pineapple pre preserving
serving preserving were worked out. Mrs. Moor

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head went as far down at Stuart and I
Jensen. She is charmed with the east
coast and if Ocala and Marion coun county
ty county do not look well to their laurels,
they may lo.e of their most valued
citizens. At Cocoa Mrs. Moorhead
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. j
Schoonermaker and at this place she
was associated with Miss Lilly Neid Neid-enhofer,
enhofer, Neid-enhofer, a former Marion county girl,
and prominent worker in the Marion i
county canning club work.
U. I). C. Developments
During the past few months the
three candidates for the presidency
of the United Daughters of, the Con Confederacy
federacy Confederacy have been conducting active
campaigns, each apparently confident
of election at the general convention
which will be held in San Francisco
in October.
Mrs. Livingston Rowe Schuyler of
New York city, formerly a resident
of Ocala, has before been in the race
for this office, and it is said was de defeated
feated defeated owing to her residence in the
north, which some of the women
thought would detract from her influ influence
ence influence with the general organization.
Undaunted by failure a few years ago,
Mrs. Schuyler is again in the race and
her constituents fdtl sure of her elec election.
tion. election. Mrs. Frank G. Odenheimer has the
support of the Virginia division, which
is probably the largest delegation.
Mrs. E. B. Lamar, of Macon, an announced
nounced announced her candidacy some time ago,
and has been conducting an aggres aggressive
sive aggressive campaign and has secured the
pledges of many in the south, when,
like a bolt out of a clear sky, has been
issued the announcement of Mrs. La Lamar's
mar's Lamar's withdrawal from the race.
It is expected that the vote will be
exceedingly close with just two candi candidates
dates candidates in the field for Mrs. Odenheimer
and Mrs. Schuyler have many ardent
supporters. Exchange.
Mrs. Schuyler was formerly Miss
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Leila Rogers, daughter of Col. St. ;
George Rogers, who maintained a ;
large estate for many years near this
city where "Rock Hall," owned now
by Mr. C. P. Howell, is located. It is
sincerely hoped that Mrs. Schuyler ;
will win in this close contest.
A special from the News and Ob- i
serves, at Durham, X. C, gives this
description of the funeral of the late :
Mrs. Julian Carr, who has many
friends and relatives throughout Flor Florida:
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"Durham, X. C, Aug. 20. The fu funeral
neral funeral of Mrs. Nannie Graham Carr,
wife of Gen. Julian S. Carr, will be I
held from the Durham home, Summer-j
set Villa, tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. The services will be conduct-
ed by Rev. A. McCullen, pastor of
Trinity Methodist church, who will be
assisted by Rev. G. T. Adams, of Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, j
"Scores of floral tributes have come
to the stricken home from admiring
friends of Mrs. Carr and her distin distinguished
guished distinguished husband from all parts of
the state and nation. A floral tribute
from President Wilson was delivered
to the home yesterday together with
an expression of condolence of Mr.
Wilson. Other designs also came
from Washington.
Mr. William Can.r. accompanied by
his cousin Miss Stdla Camp, will
leave next Wednesday for college, the
former to resume his studies at Wash Washington
ington Washington and Ixe University and the
letter to enter Hollins, Va.
Miss Helen Veal of Cotton Plant,
is the attractive house guest of Miss
Katie Mae Eagleton, coming in this
morning from her home.
Gen. W. W. Harriss and daughter,
Miss Caroline, have returned from a
delightful week end spent with friends
in Tampa. They made the trip in
their automobile and had a splendid
outing.
Mrs. William Dale and little daugh
ter, Virginia, who have been sum summering
mering summering in the Adirondacks have re returned
turned returned to their home in Gainesville.
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Miss Eugenia Fuller, who has been
spending the past month at Galbraith
Springs, Tenn., will leave that popu popular
lar popular resort on Tuesday for a week's
visit with friends in Spartenburg, N.
C, and Greenville, S. C. Enroute
home Miss Fuller will spend a day
at. Washington Seminary, in Atlanta,
the guest of her cousin Miss Sarah
Martin, who is a student there.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, sr., of Ocala,
is a pleasant visitor in the city, being
the guest of her three sons who are
Jiving here. Mrs. Zewadski has a
number of friends in Tampa who are
always glad to welcome her to the
city. Tampa Times.
Mrs. Zewadski will return home to
morrow evening.
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Mrs. Newcomb Barco, who has been
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Hood since her serious illness at the
hospital some weeks ago, left yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, for her home at Cotton Plant,
accompanied by her husband and sis
ter, Mrs. Rice, of Titusville, who will
be her guest for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston, Dr.
Winston, Mrs. Whitfield and Master
Cornelius Winston motored to Gaines
ville this morning for a day of rec recreation
reation recreation in that city.-
Miss Onie Chazal will leave early
Monday morning for Asheville, N. C,
where she will resume her studies in
St. Genevive Convent for the winter.
Mrs. Gilmore and three little child children
ren children returned yesterday from a stay of
some weeks at Lake Weir. They were
accompanied home by Mr. Gilmore
who joined them there Saturday to
spend the week end.
Mrs. Roy Bowers wil join her hus
band at Camp Mucoso tomorrow re
turning on Monday with Rev. Bowers
and Prof, and Mrs. Cassels, who have
been at the lake since last Monday
supervising the camp during the ab absence
sence absence of Rev. Bowers in Sustis.
'
Mrs. L. A. Gable and little sons
have returned from a visit to rela
tives in the southern part of the
state, and is again deep in the inter
est of her pretty little flower garden
at her home near the Ocala high
school.
St. Augustine, the first permanent
European settlement in the United
States, celebrated its 350th birthday
yesterday. St. Augustine was found founded
ed founded by Menendez de Aviles Sept. Sth.
Accompanied by his chaplains and
numerous ecclesiastics, Menendez
came ashore with great waving of
flags and amid the roar of cannon
and drum and trumpet blasts, the
chaplain arrayed in rich sacerdotal
robes kissed the cross and planted it
in the sand by the side of the royal
standard. Thus was consecrated the
United States' oldest and most inter interesting
esting interesting city.
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on exhibition at our store from Sep September
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(Continued from Page Two)
t La t xf.n.j. f i:. r n; tni uK tnal
drp;n d :i -ls:;irette in luy eye from the
car vi:iil i-v .! iLo train pulled out.
"That yMiii ieilow" was Vivian
Mnrstoii.
lu tl.e gypsy amp the proximity of
the Iionjaiiy peple brought no return
of mental health to the atMicted Hasar
In the trying day that followed the
devoted II-1 her would have given way
to di.:iir. but for the cheering pres presence
ence presence uml loyalty of her new aul faith faithful
ful faithful friend and servant. (Juabba. the
huiichbark organ grinder.
Sedition was at v.k among Ilagar's
tri!e. Ilverywhtre I.uke Loroll was
wLipring evil counsel. He had de determined
termined determined to wrest the reins of iower
falling from the hands of Hagar. Once
leader of the gypsies, he felt it would
be an easy thing to coerce Esther Into
marriage ai d thus be assured of his
Romany kingship.
Ilagar's wealth was a proverb among
the gypsies, and while they loved Es Esther,
ther, Esther, they listened to I.uke when he
whispered to them that now that Ila Ilagar
gar Ilagar was bereft of her reason her
wealth belonged to and should be shar shared
ed shared by the tril?.
Quabba sought in every way to cheer
Esther. While Ilagar sat iu her van
moaning ami muttering for a child, a
son that none had ever heard had leen
born to her. (Juablm would take Esther
for walks upon the mountains, know knowing
ing knowing Ilagar was afe among the gypsies,
attended by the elder women waiting
and watching faithfully near by nt
such times.
The favorite sit where Esther and
Quabba daily climbed to talk of Arthur
and to wonder where be was nnd
when they would hear from him was
to the mountain's top, where a great
balancing rock swayed to the lightest
touch and had menaced the valley be below
low below for centuries.
Upon such occasions they took field
glasses with them and would watch
the roads for miles away, wondering
If every distant rider were Arthur re returning
turning returning to them.
Upon one such occasion Quabba turn turn-ed
ed turn-ed the glasses uon the gypsy village
In the hollow at the mountain's foot.
There was some excitement in the
camp. It was evident. The figure of
Luke Lovell on an eminence In the cen center
ter center of the camp could be plainly seen.
The gypsies had gathered around him.
and It was evident Luke Lovell was
haranguing them to some evil purpose
of his dwii.
Esther and Quabba ran down the
mountain, arriving breathlessly at the
camp just in time to find Luke Lovell
leading the gypsies to Ilagar's van to
desHII it of Ilagar's supposed wealth
and divide It. For this Luke was to
be made chief of the gypsies, king
where Ilagar had leen queen and
Esther princess.
When Esther and Quabba pushed
themselves through the circle of gyp gypsies.
sies. gypsies. Luke had brought out the sup supposed
posed supposed treasure chest from the van
without protest from the crazed Ilagar.
It was a brass bound lox. of which
Esther had Intely carried the key.
Esther had seen the box open nnd
had noted it contained only pome pa papers,
pers, papers, yellow with age. These she had
not deemed it her province to examine
until Arthur returned.
But now she stepjed forward, backed
bj' the active ami deterudued Quabba.
and dc lied Lovell to open the box.
"I have the key!" she cried, produc producing
ing producing it from her bosom. "And you! and
she turned an indignant glance upon
the gypsies "if you. have no respect
for your queen or for me nnd listen to
the words of Luke Lovell I will open
the box!"
bhe did so, and as she did Luke
thrust his knotted hand In among the
documents as If searching for coins or
gems. He brought out a bulky, time
stained document, the seals broken. It
was superscribed. "To be opened at my
death, in case my son, Arthur Stanley
2d. should prove unworthy of the Stau-
Ie3r name."
Esther snatched at the paper, but It
was open in Luke Lovell's hand, undat
a glance Esther and the sinister gypsy
both knew the Stanley secret!
Quabba struck with bis dagger men
aeingly. and Luke surrendered the pa
per to Esther's eager grasp. But he
grinned, secure in a knowledge that
was iower and should be (he was re resolved
solved resolved ujion this wealth to him as It
had been to his long dead chief, the
greedy Matt Harding.
Esther covered her eyes with her
hands, clutching the document all the
tighter as he did so. Arthur was her
brother he was not the heir of Stan
ley. She tottered and would have
fallen.
A hoarse murmur of rage rose from
the emotional gypsies. They loved
Esther, and they loved the crazed Ha
gar. who now came feebly from the
van and asked in a weak voice. "What
Is it. ray children?"
Led by the enragea Quabba. the now
infuriated gypsies stoned Luke Lovell
from the camp and by this act ban banished
ished banished him from the tribe forever.
On the far western plains the young
fortune seeker who called himself John
Powell, but who had been known In
proud Fairfax as the heir of Stanley,
found fortune hard to find. The hard
and lonely work of a herder was his.
On the very day that the Stanley secret
was revealed to Esther and Luke Lovell
Arthur, or, as he is cow known. John
Powell, tastes new ad ven hires.
A cacipre"s smoke behind a great
rock on his desert range had lured
him near. Four plotting "long riders'
are behind the rock, and he overhears
them plan the robbery of the Over Overland
land Overland Limited.
He mounts his horse and rides awaj.
The marauders rouse np and fire after
him. but they deem him to be a pass passing
ing passing inquisitive herder, who has not
been near enough to overhear them,
and they depart uion their way to con con-summate
summate con-summate the robbery.
It Is a congress of tramps. In far
away Virginia,, tha$ plays a cart la tl;e

next pnase or our strange story. I.nKe
Lovell. the banished gypsy, has fallen
In with this convention or seasoueu

I ne'er do wells. He arouses their crim
inal cupidity with hW tale of gypsy
wealth easy to secure If they let him
lead them in a rakl on a nearby gypsy
camp, defended only by a dozen timid
gypsy men.
After the Incident of Luke's perfidy
Esther resolved never to leave Hagar or
the documents again unguarded. Esther
had not nerved herself to delve further
Into Ha gar's secrets. She waited for
Arthur's return with Impatient long longing.
ing. longing. Every day she sent Quabba to
the mountain top by the great rocking
stone to watch for Arthur's coming.
It was on sentinel duty here that
Quabba saw the desperate tramps, a
ragged and brutal horde, fired by Luke
Lovell's tales of treasure, raid the
gypsy camp. Quabba saw through
the glasses the outnumbered gyi-sy
men fight valiantly only to be over overcome.
come. overcome. Through the field glasses he couLl
descry the bulky form of Luke Lovell
drag Esther from the van. with Ilagar
clinging feebly to her.
Quabba resolved upon a deierate
thing. Better death to Esther, he
thought, than she should le in the
power of Lovell and his brute horde
even for an hour.
Selling a heavy pine branch lying
near by and applying It as a lever, the
half delirious Qnabba pries at the
rocking stone.
It poises a moment on Its pivot, then
slowly sways and falls roaring down
the mountain side. Gathering impetus
with every foot of fall, it starts an
avalanche of rocks and dirt and
stumps.
Mightier, greater, vaster, heavier
grows the landslide started by the
ponderous rocking stone, now whirling
down the mountain side In a great mass
of dirt and rubble, until it seems the
very mountain Is falling.
A roar from the valley below, and
then a cloud of dust that rises like a
fog shrouding the scene. The gypsy
camp is wiped out. overwhelmed and
annihilated.
(Continued Next Week;
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Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.

Sons of Confederate Veteran3 meet
tomorrow night.

Mrs. B. F

home from a
lake.

Borden and children are

pleasant visit to the

Mr. George Rentz informs the Star

that the meeting of the dressed lum

ber manufacturers of Georgia and
Florida held here yesterday afternoon
was one of a great deal of importance
to the trade. The action taken at
thi,s meeting on various aspects of the

A new line of high grade stationery

in all the latest styles and cuts at
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Mr. John A. Hall, a certified public
accountant, is in the city for a week
or two.

WEATHER FORECAST

'TAKE A PEEP

Generally fair tonight and Friday. At the best range on earth as you
pass our store. Come in and let the
Camp Mucoso will have its formal m from the factory explain its ex ex-closing
closing ex-closing next Monday afternoon and elusive features. Its the famous South
the boys who have been making it Bend Malleable range. Marion Hard Hard-their
their Hard-their home for the summer will leave -ware Company. 9-5t
for their various homes. The promot-

ers of Camp Mucoso have had a thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly satisfactory season and are

Messrs. Gus A. Morton and Max
Strauss of Williston are among the

greatly pleased with the prospects for ; prominent citizens of the Bloxham
a busy one next summer. ? territory in town today. Gus hasn't
; muc hto say in Ocala about the pro-

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Adcock and much to ?a' in Ocala about the pro-

business he says is not at present for children of St. Petersburg arrived in I- bord "sue in Marion county for

publication, but that a statement will Ocala at 11 o'clock en route overland ; l"e construction ol tne ucaia-aiiver

shortly be given out that will be of to Newton, Ala. They are spending ;

the remainder of the day here with :

EP WORTH

LEAGUE
BUSINESS

MEETING

A bu!ines meeting of the Senior
Ep worth League will be held Friday
evening at 7:30 at the Methodist
church. All members- of the league
are requested to be present at this
meeting, as the annual election of of officers
ficers officers will take lace. Those interest interested
ed interested in the league, tho not members, are
cordially invited.

n

Mrs. II. A. Fausett and daughters
are expected home tomorrow from
their visit to Indiana.

. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.

Dr. Dunn, the veterinarian, is very

busy these days. He returned yester

dav from a trio to Green Cove

-
Springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gordon and
little daughter are home from a very

pleasant visit to Hot Springs.

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

Today is the last of the summer
half holidays in Ocala, and those most

affected are making good use of it by

spending the afternoon in the woods.

Mr. Bethel Gallagher has returned
from a business trip to Leesburg and

vicinity.

Mr. E. B. Duncan returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a visit to thriving and
growing Sarasota. He brought a
howdy to the Star from original Rube
Allyn.

great interest to everyone. Yester

day's meeting was a representative Mrs. Adcock's parents, Dr. and Mrs.

Mr. J. W. Coulter of Blitchton who

, a. tt i-io -c r.ri- tv c l., is in nit; cuy on business louav. savs

one, ana was neia in tne narnngxon x-. i Jitwuc. hh i vt" 7

Hall dining rooms. There was an was made in eight hours, including',"- ar uu, ng uie

afternoon and evening session. one stop for tire trouble and another

for breakfast, which is exceptionally

TaV J T? T.v fnrmprlv Methodist eood time. They will resume their!

few scattering votes they had in the

Marion county side of the territory

some days ago.

Mr. Leslie Anderson returned Tues

day evening from a week's fishing;
at "The Rocks," with Mr. Edward i
Green, who is spending some time at

his pretty river camp. Mr. Green
will not return for some time yet.

OCAIA FRATERNAL ORDERS

IIAKION'-DUXN MASONIC IX3IK3E

pastor in this city, now of Orlando, journey early tomorrow morning.

was in the city today, on his way

home from Micanopy, where he at- Rev. A. B. McDonald will hold ser-

tended the funeral of his brother s vices during the remainder of the

wife. Mr. Ley has many friend3 in week at the North Ocala church. The

Ocala and they are always glad to see I meetings will last until Sunday in-

him. He is having a pleasant pastor- ciusive, and the public is cordially

ate in Orlando, but will always have hnvi ted to attend.

a warm place in his heart for this

city. I Mr. I. Dod Israel, a former Ocalan,

is among the popular knights of the

Miss Ethel Seymour, who has been I grip in town today. He is represent-

acting as stenographer for the Rentz ling a large jewelry concern in Phil-

Lumber Co. at Fort McCoy, is in town a delphia, of which he is a large

for a visit to her relatives and friends J stockholder. As usual with Mr. Israel

here. he called on the Star and left the

necessary wherewithal for another

Those cakes made at Carter's Bak- year's weekly visits of the Star.

ery under tne name ulliuuuo

are everything that the name mdi- PAY YOUR GAS BILL TOMOR-

cates. Six flavors made fresh every ROW (the 10th) OR THE SERVICE

day and put up in 10c packages. Ac- WILL BE DISCONTINUED. It

cept.no other. tf

Mr. George Martin came in last I

Mr. R. S. Hall and sons arrived this

afternoon in their auto from Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, N. C, where they have been for

the past few weeks.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

A. M., meets on the first and third

Thursday e-.enlnsr of. each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad

The members of Dickison chapter

of the U. D. C. will meet with Mrs.

J. C. Caldwell at her home on Watula

street tomorrow afternono at four

i
o'clock. The secretary is especially

anxious that all attend.

. WOODMB OF TT1K WOULD

Mr. James Caldwell of Electra, was

brought to the hospital yesterday by

Dr. P. P. Pillans, for an operation,

which was most successful.

Fot King Camp No. 14 mt-et3 at

the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vlbitinp
sovereigns are always welcome.

J. Wr. Lamar, C C.
Chas. K. Sage, lerk.

COUGHS THAT ARE STOPPED

Careful people see that they are
stopped. Dr. King's New Discovery is
a remedy of tried merit. It has held
its own on the market for 46 years.

Youth and old age testify to its sooth

ing and healing qualities. Pneumonia

onil Inner trmiKloc ore rf tr ran s hv

-.T1 il T 1 1 1 TT "!.... .... I w .

Messrs. wnitwortn, uiooa anu r. kj. night from a business trip tnrougn delay of treatment. Dr. King's New

CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. GT A.

Concordia Lodfe, Fraternal Union

of America, meet? In Yon?&s Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of

each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M

Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary Ad

OcALA TEMPLE

PYTHIAN SISTERS

302 W. BROADWAY

PHONE 437

Some More Low Prices for this Week End

POUNDS
OF
SUGAR

FOR

IL
u

With One Dollar's worth

of other Groceries for

Cash on
MONDAY and
SATURDAY
AT THE
Smith Grocery Co.
Ocala, Fla.

Bennett are planning a fishing trip in the middle western section of the

the Lake Bryant section for next state in the interest of his farm.

week.

An alarm of fire about 11 o'clock

rather hast night called the fire department

night. j to South Orange avenue, just beyond!

One of the

The Board of Trade had a
slimly attended meeting last

Those present discussed public affairs Mrs. Williams residence.

informally but profitably. Dr. Walter little cabins in the Woodrow quarters
Hood gave some good advice on chem- was in full blaze, and those on each
istry. side of it had caught. The residence

across the street was also in danger.

Mr,

Discovery stops those hacking coughs

I and relieves lagrippe tendencies. Mon

ey back il it fails. 50c and 1. No. 2,

Try one of those frosted pints of

Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

-The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28

Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday

afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are

cordially invited to meet with us.

Lena. Tompkins, 31. E. u.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.

THE COLDS OF MANKIND

CURED BY PINES

ical pine forest when you had a cold?
nn i

o. o. uuvu.i, wuu wcx jso me Doys naa io wont uveiy. xney i TIriw nnpr(1, -.nil i,lrio.a fn

Asheville, N. C, lor tne past niteen put the fire out in time to save every- take in those invigorating and mys mys-months,
months, mys-months, arrived home this afternoon, thing but the central shanty where itjterious qualities. Yes, Dr. Bell's Pine-

ct, WoC o.ti thi lar-iioney possesses tnose stimuiat-

KNTUHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday at 8 p. m at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

Have you ever gone through a typ-1 drugstore. A cordial velcome to Pla

iting brothers. C li. lioweii, t.. l.

Ctas. K. Sage, K. of K. S. Ad

Mr. Duvall's friends will be glad to

know that his long stay in the moun

tains of Asheville has entirely re

stored him to health.

frame was left. The cabins on each
side were badly singed, but still hab habitable.
itable. habitable. Chief Chambers thinks the
house where the fire started, and

coughs. The inner lining of the throat

is strengthened in its attack against

cold germs. Every family needs a bot

tle constantly at hand. 2oc. No. 2.

CIIAPTKU NO. 13, It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chanter No. 12, It. A. M., on the

fourth Frldav In every month at

8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, H. P.

Jake Brown, Sec'y.

OUR prescription department is at J which was empty, was set on fire

YOUR service at all times. Accuracy

is the watchword which insures you The fire department was called out

careful comnoundiner. The Court just before three o'clock this after

Pharmacy. tf

A CLOGGED SYSTEM

NEEDS ATTENTION

Are you bilious, dizzy and listless?

Dr. King's New Life Pills taken at

noon bv an alarm from South Tenth once seizes upon constipation and

street. The fire was

A A A l 1 1 7 A 11 :

discovered on 8ro "e oweis moving nauirauy

Mr. James E. Johnson is re-chris- the roof of Mr. E. C. ureen s resi- erinin? Neelect of a cloireed system

tening the launch "Minnie, whicn neiuence on &outn xsmtn street near tne i often leads to most serious compuca-

purchased a few days ago for the hospital. Neighbors had put out the I tions. Poisonous matters and a body

ouver opnngs-vwiiwaiia niuc, attention. If you wish to wake up to-
giving a launch party this afternoon, the firemen. The damage was almost morrow morning happy in mind and

The party consists of Misses Edith nil. The department was handicapped entirely satisfied, start your treat-

WilHams Virtrinin SistmnV. Justin a I m Erettincr out of the station on ac-iment tonight. 25c. a bottle. No. i,

Rhody and Lois Dame and Messrs. Ed count of the A. C. L. passenger train

Tucker, W. B. Gallagher, Dr. E. G. standing in front of the place. The

Lindner and the host. A luncheon will I hook and ladder truck was compelled

be among the late afternoon features to wait for the train to be moved be-

of the occasion, and later a swim in fore coming out.

beautiful Silver Springs. These

Thursday afternoon half holiday Fresh shipment of Norris famous

EED POTATOES

Our new Irish potatoes for fall

planting are now in. Ocala Seed

Store 8-11-tf

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Kmbalnier
Phone 10 Ocala. Fla.

for

$1.00

SUGAR, 16 pounds
PLAYMATE FLOUR

SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c

12 pound bags.. 4-5C
24 pound bagc90c

rpanri

yy

OH

im 8r lie

PICNIC HAMS, per lb. ..13c
SMOKED BACON, psr lb. 15c
LIBBY'S TRIPE, large cans,. ..20c
LIBBY'S LUNCH TONGUE, 20c
SLICED BACON, Beachnut Brand, 30c
EAGLE BRAND MILK. 15c

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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. !-2-lm

-OTICB

the Oreo It Cr f (W FIflk JmAi
ftml Orenlt mt Flr4, Martoa
To ftia.s. V. Whit, and arannah tnJ
Florida I"Tio.iha te and Land Com Com-iany.
iany. Com-iany. n CorjKratlm.
It aiipt-arlnx from an affidavit fi!l
In thU court in a tmil this day com-m-ncel
ly N. O. Wade. Walter Ray ajid
Flora M. Osbom. co-partners doin
Jine-a under the came and style of
Morrison. Hay amd Company, against
you and others, that your respective
plaoe of residence are of a state or
ountry other than the state of Flor-i-la,
Chas. W. "hite. who resides In the
city of New York, state of New York,
and SavannaJj and Florida Fftosphate
and Lafld Company, whoso principal
place of business 4s in the city of ba ba-vannah.
vannah. ba-vannah. state of Georgia, that there Is
no person tn the state of Florida, the
service of subpoena upon whom would
bind you. or either of you."
Now therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Madir, the 4kr Amy f Ortober, A. D.
1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited ara1nt you In our said court
by N. 3. Wde. Walter Itay and Flora.
yt. Onborn. co-partners doins; business
under the name and style of ilorrlsoii.
Ray and Company, and to do further
and receive what otir said ennrt Khali

evening at a O ClOCK. A warm wel- I have considered In that behalf, other-

BILIOUSNESS

AND CONSTIPATION
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and consti constipation,
pation, constipation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.
Peek, Gates, N. writes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles cf Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

come always extended to visltinr
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

narties on the river are becoming verv PEANUT BRITTLE received every

u I

popular with our young people. few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD

"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets

and found them to be just as repre

sented, a quick relief for headaches, i

WH

ERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

Have you tried those delicious Max

fxe cherries ? 50 cents per pound, at I dizzy spells and other symptoms de

Gerig's. tf

THE STATE UNIVERSITY
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Highest standards, ranking with the
largest and best Universities of the
North and East.
387 students last session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 639, Including summer school.
Tuition free, excepting $20 per se semester
mester semester for law.
For further information address.
A. A. MLItPHnEE, President.

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOMEN, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
Standard the same as those of the
best colleges and universities In tns
country.
Modern buildings and equipment; all
modern conveniences.
473 students regular term; 163 sum summer
mer summer term; total enrollment last ses session
sion session 636.
Tuition free in college and normal
school.
For catalouge and Information write,
EDWARD CONRADI, President.

i .IS A&jf .""flllBf
jwpjwiBrsw isw- r- rJ ;j

Rt. Rev. AblMJtt Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

co College

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. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH. TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915

UNCLASSIFIED. ADS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

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-lite, new coil and tires all

good. A nifty little car and a bar

gain ior cash. Address Auto, care

Star. 9-3-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. 7tf

WANTED From 1 to 100 head ofj
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the j

month at 80c per head. Every pre

caution will be used to keep hogs in

a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,

Oxford, Fla. 8-lG-26t.

noting a torpid liver and a disorder

ed condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,"
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N.

Y. Obtainable everywhere.

We have a few of the famous Shu-1

mate and Chase razors which we will

sell, below cost price to close out. The

Court Pharmacy. tf

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. "When I began
taking this medicine I was in great
pain and feeling terribly sick, due to
an attack of summer complaint. After
taking a dose of It I had not long to

wait for relief as it benefited me al

most immediately." Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. A full line or locse leai ledgers,
note Locks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf

Moving Day!
You may change your
home but your drink
never! v

X

5
I
5!

BOTTLED

URNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev every
ery every modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to public
square. Would not rent 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. 4-6t

WANTED Several young men as
prentices to learn the machinists'
trade. Apply in person to the Ocala
Iron Works, Ocala, Fla. 9-3t

GALVANIZED,
CORRUGATED,
and FLAT SHEETS
AH Forms of Metal
Roofing
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY
3650 Evergreen Ave.. Jacksonville.

The drink that quenches
thirst perfectly and the
one that punches out
that tired feeling.

I Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works i
I x
:-X'-:"X::"X":"X"-
SEE RODOFF

Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

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.

r I

wise the corrmlainant -will proceed ex

Tvartr.
It In further ordered tha.t & copy of
this order Khali be published once &
week for four conjecutive week In
the Ocala. Star. a. newspaper published
tn paid county n-id state. -

l WitrveB the Honorable W. S. Bul-

Jiock. Judjce f our afd court. nd P.
Pain results from iniurv or con-11- Nret. clrk. and the seal thereof.

. r t f ha tAiiet T-is"w?t?A

FACTS FOR SUFFERERS

vdtivu. w ucuicugia, iiicuuiuiiMU, ; count v.

court houe 1n Ocala, Varior:

Florida, thla ttre 31ft day of

Aucust. A. 1915.
fSal P. IL XUOnNT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County. Florida.
By Alberta Weeks. D. C

lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain,
bruise, sore stiff muscles or whatever
pain you have yields to Sloan's Lini Liniment
ment Liniment brings new fresh blood, dis dissolves
solves dissolves the congestion, relieve the in.

jury, the circulation is free and your ) f.ro APPo

yam leaves as u. oy magic, ine nature
of its qualities penetrate immediately
to the sore spot. Don't keep on suf suffering.
fering. suffering. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Use it. It means instant relief.
Price 25c and 50c. 1 bottle holds six
times as much as the 25c size. No. 2.

NOTICE

To

la the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Flcrlda, Marios

loaatr U Ckaarerr.
the unknown hir of C. lla.r-

trravej. and tho unknown heirs of
Sh-drlck Atkinson, and all persons
claiming an interest in and o the
northeast quarter of the aouthwcut
1'Jarter. ft-ction 6. township 1,
range 18 east, and northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of southwest quarter and
outhwwt quarter of north-west
quarter of section 25. and west
half of southwest quarter of sec section
tion section Z'i. township IS, south. of
raniro 18 eat.
It ap;.caHng from the allegations of
a sworn bill of complaint filed In thi
court on this day in a suit commenced
hy S. O. Wade. Walter Kay and Flora
M. Osbom. eo-j-artners dolnsr bulness
under the name and style of Morrison.
Ilay and Comjny, against the un unknown
known unknown heirs of C. II. Harsrraves and
the unknown heirs of Shedrick Atkin Atkinson,
son, Atkinson, that the complainant believes that
there arc persons interested In the

property involved in

I hereby certify that the forescoinjr
Is a true copy of the orljrinal order of
publication In the foregoing cause, as
the same appears on file In my office.
This the 31st day of Augiit. A. D.
191T,.
rseal P. TL NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, norlda.
tf-thur Tly Alberta Weeks. D. C.

NOTICES

la the Oreo It Court of the Fifth
eial ClrcHlt of Florida, Mario
"ootr I si C'haacery.
To J'hn A. isiwhop. Francis TL Harris.
iusannaJi Jenkins. Genera.1 P. Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. Faith Murphy. Mary Fl Hoss.
A. J. Jackon. .Xnnie M1. Atkinson,
W. II. Baker and F. B. JCorman.
co-x.artners doinir business e
Norman and Company. Diekaon IJL
Irvine, administrator of the e-itate
of J. U Fesster. Chas. L. Billings.
Hulah R. Verge aowl Andrew J.
Maxkham.
It appearing from an affldarlt filed
In thl co-jrt In suit this day com-me-nced
ly N. G. Wade, Walter Hay and.
Flora M. Obom, co-partners doini?
bis!nes under the name and otyle of
Morrison. Hay and Company, ajralnst
you and others, that your respective respective-place
place respective-place of residence are of a otate or
country other than the. state of Flor-.
Ida. but that your respective placea'
ft res'.-lence are unknown to afnant.
but. that there is no person In tha

ftate of Florida, the service of-wub-

II B 74X1 1 MUIL. IU .....

wit: the unknown he!r of t? ir Te. i If !na u?OT w-norn wocia yo-a. or

Sht!rTokanAtkAe,onU "iJfo0.? nime.8 Nth Jrfore. ym, and eai of you
.VpTakce'slofnridrncreare

asralnwt the .aid unknown heirs ol

c,. II. Harsrraves and the unknown

heirs of said frihedrick Atkinson.
Now therefore yHi and each of you,
and all other persons claimlntr an In Interest
terest Interest jn or title to -the property here hereinabove,
inabove, hereinabove, described, are "hereby requir required
ed required to appear before thi honorable
court on
.Moariar the th rir of Decern Her, A. I.
11S
o then and there make answer unto
the sail bill of complaint exhibited
asalnt you In said cause now pendlnjr

in our saia court, ana

vAil sdr. the Sad dsr of XtrroWr,
r aMi n. ins,
., . it answer to a tlll of complaint

... Liiri i .

- - ....... VMa r-ct'. V. M t 1 A A
have -on.iiIert-l In that benalf. other-

I -.-: tiit. com;i!iinant will proceed ex
i-s r:e.

It is further ordered that a copy of
t'iis order shall be published once a
week fnr twelve consecutive weeks In
the O-ala iir, a newspaper published
in county and state.
Witn-s the Honorable W. H. Ttul Ttul-lfk.
lfk. Ttul-lfk. jude of ojr said urt. and I.
II. NUi;ent. lerk. and the seal thereof,
at t'.ie court hue 1n 0!la. Marion
funty. Flor!d:. this the 31st daj- of
Aui'uM. A. I. 191S.
isiij v. ii. xir.nsT.
Cler kif the Circuit Court of Marion
County. Florida,
I5y Alberta Week. I. C.

lor
SHRIMP, CRABS, AND OTHER
SEA FOOD
PHONE 456 .... OCALA, FLA.

STATH OF FTjORIDA.
IVM.NTV OF MAHION".
I hereby certify that the foreicoinsr
Is a true copy of the original order of
publication in the foretroin oatise. as
th same axpears on file in my office.
This th 31t day of August, A. D.
1 S 1
Seal P. II. JfUOEXT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Floridr.
tf-thurs By Alberta Weeks. D. C.

comnlalnt ex

hibited aranst you In cur said court
hv X. Wade. Walter Bar and.

Flora M. Osbom. co-partners dolnsr
business under the name and style of
Morr! -.on. Itay and Company., and to
do further and reecive -what our said
court shall ttve considered In that be behalf,
half, behalf, otherwise the complainant will
proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
wwk for 8 consecutive reek In the

On la Star, a tierrpaper published In

nd state.

Vftrtes the Honorable W. a Pul-

-cV. ju-tee of our said court, and P.
II. Nu vent, clerk, and the seal thereof,
at the court home in Ocsla. 'Marion
county. Florida, this tho 31st day of
Xisi-t. A. I. 191j.
f. sea 11 P. If. NUGENT.
ler kof the Circuit Court of -Marion
'- C.Minty. Florida.
By Alberta Weeks. D. C.

STATF. OF FirmiOA.
lYIl'XTV OF MAfilON.
I hereby er:ify that the f ore jroin sr
l a trtie.copy of the orlRinal order of
"biirstl'-n in th? forevoinsj cause, as
th ame appears on nle In toy office.
This the 31t day of August. A. U.
i : i
f.-"all P. IL NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County. Florida.
tf-rhurs By Alberta Weeks. D. C

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

ADVEKT1IK IN THE ST Ah

Ocala Chapter, No, 20:- O: 1Z

meets, at Ycnge hall the second &ai
fourth Thursday evenings of
month at 720 o'clock.

lira. Emily Webb, Yi.
Mrs. Lillian Sim races, Eczj.

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