OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915
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Everlasting Russian Armies are Coming Back
at Teutons Again
611 !G THE AUSTRO-GERMAfJS
London, Sept. 16. The Russian
armies show an increasing disposi disposition
tion disposition to reassume the offensive at
many points on the eastern front.
They are not Only pressing an attack
against the Austrians in Galicia, but
for the most part are holding up the
German rush in mid-Poland. They
also assert they have thrown the in invaders
vaders invaders back near Svientsyany, where
German cavalry has cut the Petro Petro-grad
grad Petro-grad railway, between Dvinsk and
The German battering of the bridge
head near Dvinsk continues, altho
the Russians are apparently holding
them in check.
Countihg those captured in Galicia,
the, Russians have lately been taking
more prisoners than losing.
In England hopes are" rising that
Earl Kitchener didn't make an in incautious
cautious incautious prediction when he declared
Germany "had shot her bolt." It is
said here that Hindenburg's drive is
losing vigor, while MacKensen is
striving to overcome the marsh
country. The Austrians appear un unable
able unable to regain the upper hand in
BRITAIN ANXIOUS ABOUT BUL BULGARIA
GARIA BULGARIA The Balkan situation hasn't reach
ed a settlement. The British press
views Bulgaria's attitude with; some
anxiety, ..... .. .. 1
CALLING MORE MEN TO THE
Petrograd, Sept. 16. An imperial
ukase was issued today, calling to the
colors the reserves of the territorial
army. The senate is instructed to
determine the ages, number of re reserves
serves reserves "and districts from which they
shall be called.
BRITISH LOST A BOAT
London, Sept. 17. The admiralty
has announced that the British sub submarine
marine submarine E-7 has probably been sunk
off the Dardanelles.
SEVERE LOSSES AT STRAITS
The British casualties at the Dar Dardanelles
danelles Dardanelles to August 21st were 87,630.
The killed numbered 17,608.
SHIP WENT ASHORE ON
ISLAND OF SOCOTRA
Marseilles, Prance, Sept. 16. The
liner Euphrates owned by the Mas Mas-segaries
segaries Mas-segaries Maritimes, has gone ashore
on Socotra island and is probably a
total loss. Passing steamers rescued
the passengers and crew.
Moss Bluff, Sept. 15. Our school
opened Monday, September 6, with
an enrollment of thirty-one pupils,
with Miss Viola Lee as teacher.
-Mr. J. P. Davis made a business
trip to Ocala Friday.
Misses Sallie and Addye Morrison
were the guests of Miss Angy Collins
Mrs. A. W. Fort and sons, Dan and
Sidney, and daughter, Martha, and
Miss Maud Davis spent Sunday in
Rev. Colson filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment here at the Christian
church Sunday night.
Mrs. Long and daughter Katie
spent Tuesday at the .home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. O. Morrison.
Mr. George Brant of Electra spent
Sunday with his friend, Mr. Clyde
Mr. and Mrs. McKinney and fami family
ly family visited in Moss Bluff Sunday.
Mr. Andrew Halton, of Electra, vis visited
ited visited friends in Moss Bluff Sunday.
We have a lew or the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
ALL THEY CAN DO III
TEUTONS FIGURE THAT FOUR
MILLION PRISONERS HAVE
Geneva, Switzerland, Sept. 16.
La Suisse estimates that 2,571,750
Russians have been taken prisoners
by the Germans and Austrians since
May 1st. The figures were taken
from Berlin and Vienna official state statements.
ments. statements. The paper adds that before
May 1st statements showed that
1,395,000 Russians had been taken
prisoners. The war minister told the
Russian duma the total at the front
since the war started was five million
sixty thousand, consequently the pres present
ent present total Russian forces is 1,093,250.
TEUTONS TOOK ANOTHER TOWN
Berlin, Sept. 16. Army headquar headquarters
ters headquarters announces the . capture of, the
Russian city of Pinsk, about a hun hundred
dred hundred miles east of Brest-Litovsk
All the Jewish merchants will close
their stores-Saturday, Sept. 18th, for
Yom Kipper or the Day of Atone Atonement.
ment. Atonement. AFFLECK MILLINERY OPENING
The first millinery opening of the
fall season to be announced is that of
the Affleck Millinery Parlor whose
ad. appears in another column of
today's paper. The occasion is fixed
for the three first days of next week.
On Monday evening, the real open opening
ing opening occasion, there will be refresh refreshments
ments refreshments served, and every opportunity
will be given the ladies to inspect the
splendid new styles selected by Miss
Allie Wev during her six weeks' stay
in the eastern markets. Miss Wev is
noted in the millinery trade for her
artistic tastes in hot only the making
up of high class millinery, but also in
designing. All the ladies are invited
to be guests of the Affleck parlors
over Helveston's store Monday ev evening
ening evening at the formal opening.
Tuesday night, at the North Ocala
Union church, was held one of the
most spirited contests of the summer
when little Misses Clara Hogan,
Gladys Bird, Gertrude Dennon, Gladys
Watts, Gertrude Smith, Leila Hogan
and Mamie Hogan, the seven little
Sunday school pupils of Mrs. G. D.
Washburn, met in heated debate for
the silver medal which was offered
for the best declamation in the inter interest
est interest of the W. C. T. U. work. The
contest was a close one resulting in
the winning of the medal by little
Miss Gladys Bird; The presentation
was made in a beautiful speech by
Mr. N. W. Harison of Lake Weir,
who was in town Wednesday, was
anxious to obtain information of the
death and burial of Fred Gardner.
Mr. Harison says that Fred's father,
a prominent citizen of Catskills, N.
Y., came here with him, Mr. Harison,
in 1890, and was interested with him
in the old Ocala foundry and ma machine
chine machine shop. Mr. Gardner Sr., a few
years later, returned to Catskills,
and, unless he is dead, is probably
there now. Fred Gardner went down
on the east coast and married a lady
living near Cocoanut Grove. Mr.
Harison thinks Mr. Gardner's widow
is still living on the east coast. He
has sent papers containing accounts
of Fred's death, to the addresses last
known of his relatives.
COURLAIID, EAST POLAND AND
ASKS FOR All
BULGARIA WANTS TO KNOW
WHY GREEKS AND ROUMAN ROUMANIANS
IANS ROUMANIANS CROWD HER
Rome, Sept. 16. According to a
dispatch from Sofia to the Giomale
dTtalia, because of the conventration
of Greek and Roumanian .troops on
the Bulgarian frontier, the Bulgarian
foreign minister has instructed its
representatives at Athens and Buch Bucharest
arest Bucharest to request an immediate and
definite explanation of the Greek and
MANY SMALL YACHTS
BURNED AT MIAMI
Southall Shipyard Destroyed in the
East Coast City
r (Associated Press)
. Miami, Sept. .16. -Forty-five, small
yachts were destroyed when the J. B.
Southalf i shipyard was burned last
night. The total' loss is about $100, $100,-000.
000. $100,-000. DAVIS LAW DISCUSSED
Test Case Probably Planned at
Meeting of Saloon Men in Tampa
Tampa, Sept. 16. While no defi definite
nite definite information has been given out,
it is stated that a test case is to be
made in Jacksonville to ascertain the
legality of the Davis package law,
which becomes effective October 1st.
The liquor dealers of Tampa and
Jacksonville have been in session here
since yesterday and while the de deliberations
liberations deliberations were behind closed doors,
it is naturally inferred that the Davis
law was the only matter under con consideration.
sideration. consideration. Some of the delegates to
the conference have openly admitted,
however, that they intend to attack
the constitutionality of certain sec sections
tions sections of the new law on the advice of
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HEAT 0IILY TOO EVIDENTLY IIITEIi
TOR BRITAIN'S ENEMIES
London, Sept. 16. The British
prize court has condemned and confis confiscated
cated confiscated the greater part of the Ameri American
can American products forming the cargoes of
the Norwegian steamers Kim, Alfred
Nobel, Bjornsterne, Bjornson and
Friedland. The meat cargoes were
worth fifteen millions. The steamers
were seized last November. Sir Sam Samuel
uel Samuel T. Evans, president of the court,
in a lengthy judgment, said these
ships were carrying" toward Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen thirteen times the amount of
goods which under normal conditions
would be taken to that port. That
fact gave practical and overwhelmn overwhelmn-ing
ing overwhelmn-ing assurance that the goods were in intended
tended intended for Geramny, although it did
not prove conclusively that they wefe
destined for an enemy of Great Brit
ain. He said the exports of lard by
one American firm alone to Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen three weeks after the war
started multiplified twenty times.
Belleview, Sept. 15. Mrs. J. W.
Brown came in last Thursday from
North Carolina, where she has been
spending the summer' among her rela relations.
tions. relations. Mrs. I. I. Strong of Ocala was a
week-end visitor to our village.
Mr. Sam Barrett came up ,from
South Florida last Saturday to spend
the week-end with his family.
Mrs. C. H. Miller with Miss Grace
motored into town from Eustis last
Tuesday afternoon, and will make a
brief stay at their bungalow in the
west end of town.
Miss Minnie Tremere left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon for Sutherland, where
she will spend the next school year as
a studentof Southern College. She
goes there prepared and fortified, hav having
ing having three large bottles of olives in her
Mrs. Mattie Jones left last Satur
day for Inverness, where she goes to
take charge of Prof. Connor's house
for the next year. In a letter she
states that Mr. and Mrs. Connor hitse
made a very good impression in that
little city, and that their outlook for
a happy, prosperous school year is
very promising. Prof. Connor is at
the head of the largest school in the
county with a faculty of ten teachers
to assist him. The citizens and pat patrons
rons patrons of this school are delighted at
the wise selection of their school
trustees in securing the services of
Prof. Connor, and it is a foregone
conclusion that he will make good at
Inverness, just as much so as he did
right here in Belleview.
Mr. J. P. Thompson has returned to
his home at Graceville, Fla., after a
very pleasant visit with his daughter,
Mrs. J. A. McAllister.
Mr. Buster Camp of Ocala was
shopping in Belleview last Friday.
Rev. W. T. Whidden announces that
Dist. Supt. Camine will hold quarter quarterly
ly quarterly conference here next Saturday eve evening
ning evening at 7:30. The following Sunday
Rev. Carnine will preach at Candler
in the morning and Oklawaha in the
afternoon, and will conduct the regu regular
lar regular evening service in the Methodist
church at Belleview that night.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. B. Weihe, son
and daughter-in-law motored down to
Belleview last Thursday and visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fielding have
returned from their trip to Richmond,
Washington and other points in the
Mr. Worry Kilpa trick, one of our
oldest and most respected citizens,
celebrated his 86th birthday Thursday
the 16th and looks forward in happy
anticipation of seeing many another.
The W. C. T. U. met at the home of
Mrs. John T. Hames last Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and besides the regular routine
business of handing the demon rum a
whack or two, held an election of offi officers
cers officers at which Mrs. W. R. Bryant was
elected president, Mrs. Lewis Weihe
secretary, and Mrs. M. J. Ridge, treas treasures.
ures. treasures. This organization is now in fine
condition to give old hot stuff many a
good tussle through the coming fall
and winter months.
Mr. Reuben Redding of Shady was
a visitor to our town last Sunday.
Mr. L. M. Murray and Mr. Eugene
Dobbs of Ocala spent an hour or so
chinning with their friends, in Belle Belleview
view Belleview last Tuesday. Mr. Murray also
in spected with longing eye a bunch
SAYS LANSING TO LOAN BIONEY
TO WARRING NATIONS
Washington, Sept. 15. Secretary
of State Lansing has made it plain
that no violations of domestic or in
ternational law were involved in the
proposed flotation of a big loan by
the Allies in the United States.
The secretary in explaining the
government's attitude regarding loans
said it had expressed itself in oppo
sition to loans by popular subscrip
tion and which would take large sums
of gold out of the United States.
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Come to the important special
meeting tomorrow (Friday) evening
at the court house, 8 o'clock, to ar
range for the state convention of
Veterans and Sons of Veterans in
Ocala next month.
Sunk Two Austrian Destroyers Off
the Cargano Peninsula
Turin, Italy, Sept. 16 The captain
of the steamer Concettina, according
to an Ancona dispatch to S tarn pa,
says he was chased by two Austrian
torpedo boat destroyers off the Car Car-gano
gano Car-gano peninsula. An Italian sub submarine
marine submarine appeared and sank the de destroyers.
stroyers. destroyers. of fine game chickens and I am won wondering
dering wondering what he can see to admire in
them 'cause he ain't no fighting man.
Mr. Edwin Camp was a week-end
visitor to our town.
All the young people of the town
turned out last Friday night in re response
sponse response to invitations extended to
come and have a good time and cele celebrate
brate celebrate the birthday of Miss Gertrude
Carter, who is the honored guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Merrill. This
party was just like all other parties
and then some more. Every one had
a good time with a plenty to eat and
drink, and all hands returned to their
homes at a late hour, voting the diver diversion
sion diversion a grand success.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Shade with the
Misses Iona and Leona came down
from Jacksonville last Saturday to
spend the weekend with Mr. Charley
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hightower of
Heather Island stopped in Belleview
last Friday morning, picked up Mr.
Tremere and went on to Ocala, re returning
turning returning 'late that afternoon.
Postoffice Inspector Mansfield spent
several hours in town last Monday
morning, convening with Postmaster
The many friends of Mrs. Ella
Lyles Fant are glad to greet her upon
her return from a long stay at the
hospital in Ocala. Great improvement
is noted and Mr. and Mrs. Fant have
moved into the hotel where they will
Minnie and Eleanor Tremere with
their friends. Miss Lizzie Belle Mc Mc-Duffie
Duffie Mc-Duffie and Miss Kathryn Dowdell of
Bradentown and Mrs. M. T. Bohanon,
drove down to Lake Weir last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday last and enjoyed a splurge in the
Messrs. Linn Sanders and Homer
Small of Ocala, motorcycled down last
Thursday evening and Mr. Sanders
returned to Ocala in time to change
his collar and eat his breakfast and
bring Mr. Alfred Green back by eight
o'clock to renew the visit of the pre previous
vious previous evening, all of which was strict strictly
ly strictly on account of those Bradentown
Mrs. J. Dawkins Lyles and sister.
Miss Gertrude Reinhold, spent several
days in Jacksonville last week.
Prepared to Move to Threat Threatened
ened Threatened Points
IF IIIPEIIDEIiCE CELEBilATIOil HI LIEXIGO CAUSES ATTACK
Brownsville, Sept. 16. Four thou
sand United States troops are ready
today for hurry calls from any sec
tion where demonstrations against
Americans might arise, as a result of
the Mexican independence day cele
brations. The preliminary celebration
yesterday passed without any unto
ward incident. The Carranza authori authorities
ties authorities announced they would take meas measures
ures measures to quell any demonstrations on
their side of the river.
UNHEALTHY FOR AMERICANS
Washington, Sept. 16. The Am
erican consuls in northern Mexico
have been advised by the state de
partment not only to notify Ameri
cans to leave the danger zone but to
leave Mexico themselves if condi
tions become intolerable.
WELL OH THE OAT
AMERICAN LOAN TO THE ALLIES
LIKELY TO BE ACCOBI ACCOBI-PLISHED
PLISHED ACCOBI-PLISHED (Aoclate4 PrM)
New York, Sept. 16. America's
billion dollar loan to Great Britain and
France is on its way to accomplish
ment. Bankers familiar with the
pledges secured by the members of
the Anglo-French commission thought
that the announcement that the suc
cess of the loan was assured would
be decidedly premature but there was
every indication they said that the
commission's work had met with ev
ery success, equaling their expecta
The loan will probably be divided
into and probably four series. The
bonds will bear not less than five per
cent and are to be payable in dol
Resulted in Voting $208,000 for Good
Palatka, Sept. 16. Palatka is jubi
ant over the result of the bond elec
tion held in the districts comprised in
the eastern section of Putnam county.
The total amount of the bond issue,
which has been approved by the vo
ters by an overwhelmingly large
majority, is $208,000.
Among the road improvements pro
vided for are the building of brick
highways from East Palatka to Has
tings, a branch to Federal Point, and
also a highway to San Mateo.
There will be a literary meeting of
the Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety at the Methodist church, Friday,
Sept. 17, at 3:30 o'clock.
Subject: The Adolescent at School.
Hymn No. 682.
Bible lesson, Luke 2:33-62.
The Adolescent Boy Mrs. George
Solo. "Life's Lullaby" Mrs. Fred
The Adolescent at Home Mrs. G.
Discussion: The Adolescent
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SIM OF IB
EFFORTS OF GREAT BRITAIN
ARE MADE AT A TRFMITV.
DO US EXPENSE
( Associated Pres)
London, Sept. 16 -Premier Asquith
iu the house of commons, and Earl
Kitchener in the house of lords have
asked, for a billion and a quarter dol dollar
lar dollar credit, which was finally passed
and which brings the total to six bil billion,
lion, billion, three hundred and ten million
They explained the financing of the
war and warned their hearers that al although
though although the daily expenditure was
now over seventeen and a half mill million
ion million dollars, it was likely to Increase,
because of the advances to the do dominions
minions dominions and allies and provisions and
Nearly three millions "are enlisted
in the army and navy and eight hun hundred
dred hundred thousand are making munitions.
lie said that both figures must be in
creased and appealed to the women to
:,i a J : : t 4 r 1
Kitchener told the house of lords
that the German gas, fire and asphyx asphyxiating
iating asphyxiating shell attacks now fail because
they lack the elements of surprise.
He lifted the veil of secrecy in an-
nouncing tnat eleven omsions 01 new
men had reinforced Field Marshal
French's forces in France and that
more would follow quickly.
BURIAL OF BLOXHAM
Editor Star: I would like to an announce
nounce announce through .the columns of your
paper that there will be a funeral to today
day today at Williston. Bloxham county
will be buried sometime between 10
o'clock and sundown. It died last
night somewhere about dark and it
died very hard on the Levy side.
Bloxham was taken early Tuesday
morning, tne I4tn, witn a Daa pain
of cant help it, in a part of the body
that was too strong to be overcome
by such weak medicine as was ap
plied. While everything was done
that could be thought of or heard of
from Georgia o Pinellas county, even
with a few doses from Texas, but it
was to no avail, so after struggling
all day Bloxham finally gave up and
It was thought that we would have
the promoters and leaders of Bloxham
for pall bearers, but this morning
when getting ready for the funeral
we find that they are unable to act
any further. They are very weak,
suffering from a severe case of the
down and outs with nothing to stand
on, so their lieutenants will have to
serve as pall bearers.
Williston is deep mourning today.
May the Lord be with them and peace
to Bloxham's ashes. If she is ever
resurrected, we will give her a smell
of sulphur matches.
Now to each and every one who
helped by word or vote in this fight to
keep old Marion county intact, I thank
yotS one and all for your aid and
good wishes. Again thanking you, I
am always ready to defend my home
and county. C. R- Curry.
Wacaboota, Sept. 15.
Automobile for exchange for real
estate. Car is five-passenger liuicJc;
electric lighted, in good condition.
Address, Exchange, care Star. 13-121
SEE THE FARM on the Cilvcr
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
"e.Ubl.s. milk and it
OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY" EXCEPT SUNDAY
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at "Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
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One month, in advance .50
The United States troops are useful
chiefly to protect the Mexican raiders
from the Texafis. Times-Union.
It does look that way.
Every day almost, there is a report
from some Florida county bonding
for good roads or some Florida City
bonding for other improvements.
Judging by the vote in Romeo,
Lebanon and Inglis, that belated at attempt
tempt attempt at Williston to fool Dunnellon
didn't cut much ice. But we are glad
our little friend, the Advocate, was
given that nice, full-page ad.
Mr. James Menzies, freight traffic
manager of the A. C. L., writes to
Secretary Rooney that he is at work
trying to obtain good rates to New
York for the products of the Ocala
Knitting Factory. '
From the island of Barbados, down
in the West Indies, comes a letter to
Secretary Rooney, telling how an
American citizen now a resident of the
island, has received, a copy of "Facts
and Photos," and wants to know more
about Marion county.
We are going to have a mighty good
fair this year. We couldn't have
had so good a one without the help
of the people of Blitchton, Cotton
Plant, Romeo, Flemington, Geiger and
Fairfield. The people of East Levy
are invited to come over and rejoice
J Our contemporaries will do Ocala
'and the Confederate Veterans of the
state a favor by announcing that the
annual meeting of the Florida division
will be held in this city Oct. 27, 28, 29.
Ocala intends to give the old sol soldiers
diers soldiers a warm welcome, and hopes to
see them all and many of their
Supervisor of Registration D. M.
Barco, in the name of the people of
Cotton Plant precinct, thanked the
Star for its fight against county divis division.
ion. division. The Star told Mr. Barco to tell
the people of Cotton Plant that it was
a pleasure as well as a duty to make
a fight to keep such a good precinct in
Judge Reeves, who is presiding over
the circuit court at Clearwater, has
the sessions of the court opened with
prayer. There is great xneed for ab absolute
solute absolute sincerity during, the proceed proceedings,
ings, proceedings, but we doubt that the praying
will cause "any lawyer in attendance
on the court to abandon any slick
scheme by which he hopes to win a
There was nobody from Williston in
town Wednesday. We understand the
Willistonians were busy all day try trying
ing trying to identify, with a view to lynch lynching,
ing, lynching, the skiddoo number of their citi citizens
zens citizens who voted against Bloxham. The
large-hearted and tolerant people of
Northwest Marion have already for forgiven
given forgiven the few misguided ones who
tried to vote their precincts into a
Senator N. P. Bryan, Marshal J. C.
Brown and Mr. George M. Powell ar arrived
rived arrived in the city last night from Lake
county in the senator's auto, which
by the way is not the gilded chariot
his opponents would make it out io
be, but simply a sturdy and travel travel-worn
worn travel-worn roadster. The three gentlemen
passed the night at the Harrington
and went on this morning to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Senator Bryan isn't talking
politics very much. He is receiving a
warm welcome wherever he goes, how however.
ever. however. N
Two friends of Marion county and
the Star Messrs. W. T. Whittington
and G. H. Whittington, of Geiger,
were in town Wednesday, and paid
this office a pleasant call. Both did
good work for old Marion in the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The vote in their precinct was
6 for division and 60 against ten to
one. These two gentlemen converted
everybody they worked on except one,
and he was mighty penitent after he
attended the "barbecue" at Williston
At every meeting of the legislature
for the last eight years, some bunch
of self-seeking politicians have been
present with a tale of woe about the
discontent of the people of Northwest
Marion with their, county. Tuesday,
the people of the section s affected
voted on the subject. Their votes
counted up as follows: For Marion,
260; against Marion, 83. That is to
say, 3 voters out of 4, and 11 over, un unequivocally
equivocally unequivocally declared it their desire to
stay in 'their home" county. We don't
think any bunch of politicians will
have the nerve to spring this question
in the near future. If they do, it will
be necessary only to point to the vote
of Sept. 14, 1915.
Alderman Fausett offers the city a
good, well situated lot, on Exposition
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance.-. 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance .80
street, right by the fair grounds, for
a site for the waterworks. This would
locate the works in a hundred yards
or so of his residence, but he doesn't
seem to be worried about the noise.
Mr. Seymour also offers the city a
good location. And we know that a
great many people think, that if the
works are to be removed, they should
go to Silver Springs, where there is
an abundance of pure water, and
where the city could haul its fuel by
tbewater route, saving thousands of
dollars in freight rates. One thing
i?. sure the works will not be located
on the Taylor, pond lot. The people
won't have them there, and that is all
there is to it.
Our Wacahoota correspondent
"We have been reading closely the
pros and cons of Bloxham county in
the Star and Courier, and we are
afraid if Mr. Benjamin waits until
some one tells him they have heard
any of the Willistonites tell anybody
that the story of Marion county being
bonded to cut a canal to Silver
Springs was started by an irresponsi irresponsible
ble irresponsible person it will be after the elec election.
tion. election. For we can truly say they have
talked for hours trying to make peo people,
ple, people, who knew better, believe it was
true. We also note that the Courier
never prints any matter in favor of
Marion county. But no doubt they
are afraid for their Bloxhamites to
read any thing against it for fear
they would at once see the falsity of
their arguments and -change and be
staunch supporters of Marion county."
As their unfair tactics did them
more harm than good, we can afford
to forgive them.
THE MAGIC CITY
Miami, Fla., Sept. 12, 1915.
From the hotel porch looking down
on Twelfth street Saturday evening
one catches fascinating glimpses of
Miami's colorful life. The heat has
died and the golden stars sparkle in
the deep, cool darkness of the sum
mer day. The long, dry stalk of the
day begins to unfold its wonderful
blossoms and an endless stream of
people ebbs and flows along the bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly lighted streets and the evening
air is filled with speech and laughter.
Merry parties in cars bowl through
the, charming drives and along the
beaches where the lapping sound of
the Atlantic furnishes a lulling un undertone
dertone undertone to the gayer, lighter human
Tonight I suddenly came upon a
party of Seminoles solemnly filing
through the cosmopolitan throng. A
buck, holding an Indian child by the
hand led the way, closely followed by
a squaw with a pappoose astride her
hip, and behind her a young Indian
woman. All wore bright garments of
red and orange, Roman striped, and
many strings of bright beads, the
children being absurd replicas of the
older ones- I walked behind them a
block until they turned into a shop to
catch the fascinating effect as they
threaded their way, sinuous savage
line, through the picturesque scene.
Thus do extremes meet here and give
their touch to the interesting pano panorama
The impression of beauty I receiv received
ed received on my first visit to Miami has in
no wise diminished and at the end of
by second week here I find its charms
stronger than at first. I have that
within to make of me another enthus enthusiast.
iast. enthusiast. Although myself "a stranger
within her gates," I find myself tell telling
ing telling the newer comers the wonderful
story of growth and development that
Miami has written upon the pages of
her history. As the board of trade
puts' it, "Miami has grown from an
Indian camping ground to a full
grown city in eighteen years. Within
the past two years over four million
dollars have been spent in homes and
business blocks alone, and each year
more and more of the men who have
made thousands in the west and north
come here to build their homes and
live where life is at its fullest. Rocky
wastes, on which only a few years ago
were scattered the shanties of the
Seminole Indians are now made gar gardens
dens gardens of Eden, covered with homes of
men who are familiar to the world for
their wealth and their works."
Coming from a section where we
think in small sums and our horizon
is pent, into an atmosphere of pro progress
gress progress and development, where thou thousands
sands thousands are working out a giant plan,
one comes to feel the waste of the
time we have spent cutting each
other's throats and scuttling each
other's boats. Here under the vast,
solemn, tropical sky, looking across
the glittering plains of water one
comes to feel only the desire to be become
come become a part of the whole plan and to
share its mighty fate. "My thoughts
go forth, imperial in their might,
wearing a crown of light. Proudly they
go to meet Commander Time with his
incoming fleet of splendid years."
Since my arrival I have met many
people I have known before and find
many Marion county people here. Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Rowe, (she formerly
Miss Beatrice Sinclair), Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Tomberlin, (the latter formerly
Miss Florida Condon), the Chailie
family, the Godsons, Capt. John H.
Welsh, Mrs. Charles Wheeler, former formerly
ly formerly Miss Effie Welsh, all apparently
prosperous and happy. Judge J. L.
Billingsley and Judge Samuel J.
Barco, both of whom have achieved
distinction and succes, are Marion
county boys. At nearby Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale a group of Ocala boys are mak making
ing making good in business, among them be being
ing being George G. Mathews, A. J. Beck,
W. I. Evans, Julian and William
Bullock and Oscar Burnett.
Contrary to an impression in circu circulation
lation circulation in the interior of Florida that
Miami is merely a tourist town and
that there is nothing back of it, I was
much interested in the figures given
by the board of trade for 1914 which!
show that during that year Dade coun county
ty county produced 3,029,238 boxes of or oranges,
anges, oranges, grapefruit and other fruits, in including
cluding including avocadoes, mangoes, limes,
cocoanuts and pineapples, valued at
$1,086,432 and 1,905,067 crates of veg vegetables
etables vegetables which sold for $2,474,948.
There were fifteen lumber mills in the
ccunty with an output of 120,000 feet
daily and two hundred fishing boats
employing five hundred men engaged
in the fish business. The bank state statements
ments statements now show over four million
dollars in deposits in Miami and bus business
iness business conditions generally are healthy.
The section is appealingly, alluring alluringly
ly alluringly beautiful and its charm lays hold
on and finds response in the hearts of
those who love life, full, tropical and
vibrant. Jefferson Bell.
The marriage of Miss Sue Gates of
Anthony, and Mr. Nolan Kerby Hig Hig-ginbotham
ginbotham Hig-ginbotham of Gainesville, was solemn solemnized
ized solemnized in the Methodist church, at An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Saturday, Sep. 11th, at 2:30
o'clock, this being the thirty-fourth
marriage anniversary of the bride's
The church was decorated with pot
plants, southern smilax and Japanese
bamboo. The color scheme for the
decorations was green and pink on a
white background, which made a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful setting for the wedding.
Mrs. Frederick Swain accompanied
by Mrs. C. C. Higginbotham of
Gainesville, sang beautifully, "O
Promise Me" and "Beloved It Is
Morn," followed by Schuman's im immortal
mortal immortal reverie, "Traumerei," played
byMiss Harwell, who also played the
wedding marches. Promptly at 2:30
o'clock to the strains of the bridal
chorus from Lohengrin's, the bridal
party entered the church. First came
the little pillow bearer Miss Wilhelm Wilhelm-ina
ina Wilhelm-ina Gates, in an accordian pleated or organdie
gandie organdie and lace dress with pink rib ribbons,
bons, ribbons, followed by the matron of
honor, Mrs. J. Moncrief Gates. The
dame of honor, Mrs. Cannas Higgin Higginbotham,
botham, Higginbotham, sister-in-law of the groom,
and brides-maids, Misses Alva and
Esther Gates, sisters of the bride, ad advanced
vanced advanced up the right aisle as the
ushers, Messrs. Holmes Gates, Grady
C. Higginbotham, and Thomas Proc Proctor
tor Proctor came up the left, crossing in front
of the altar.
Immediately preceding the bride,
came the ring bearer, little Miss Sue
Gates, carrying the ring in the heart
of a satin rose with a shower of val valley
ley valley roses, and the flower girl, little
Miss Ida Gates strewed rose petals in
the bride's pathway, who followed on
the arm of her father Mr. James
Madison Gates, who gave her away.
She was met at the altar by the groom
and his best man, Mr. B. C. Chitty of
Gainesville. The impressive cere ceremony
mony ceremony was read by Rev. N. B. Plum Plum-mer,
mer, Plum-mer, the bride's pastor, the ring ser service
vice service being used. The bride wore a
going-away gown of midnight blue
cloth, trimmed with fur and a velvet
picture hat trimmed with ostrich
feathers, her only ornament being a
pearl and diamond pendant, a gift of
the groom. The bride carried a shower
bouquet of brides' roses and valley
lilies. The matron of honor wore a
blue accordian pleated chiffon taffeta
with shadow-lace trimmings and pic picture
ture picture hat in blue and white and carried
pink roses. The dame of honor wore
a blue charmeuse and lace with pic picture
ture picture hat in harmony, carrying pink
roses. The bridesmaids wore pink and
blue crepe de chene and picture hats
to match, each carrying arm bouquets
of roses tied with pink and blue tulle.
The bride's mother was handsomely
gowned in black messaline with chif chiffon
fon chiffon trimmings.
Immediately after the ceremony an
informal reception was held at the
home of the bride's parents. After
the reception the bridal party, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a few friends and out of
town guests motored to Ocala, where
the newly married couple took the
northbound limited for a three weeks'
honeymoon in the north and west, de departing
parting departing amid showers of rice, old
shoes and good wishes. Mr. and Mrs.
Higginbotham will be at home to their
friends after October 1st, a Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Fla., where they will reside, and
where Mr. Higginbotham is connected
with the division superintendent's of office
fice office of the A. C. L.
They were recipients of many beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and valuable presents and carry
with them the hearty good wishes of a
large circle of friends. Among the
out of town guests were Mrs. Louis
Lang, Mrs. Ida Gates, Mrs. Edward
Martin, of Ocala; Dr. and Mrs. II. L.
Montgomery, Mrs. J. E. Thrasher Jr.,
Mrs. W. L. Simonton, Mr. J. W.
Chamberlin, Miss Bernice Knox, Miss
Winifred Franklin, Miss Mary Simon Simon-ton,
ton, Simon-ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gates and
family of Micanopy, and Miss Eddie
Mae Barrett of Helena, Ga.
Advertise in the Star.
From the Sky
By R0V L. McCARDELL
Copyright. HIS. by Roy L. Mcdrdell
(Continued from Yesterday)
Wealth From the Desert.
l:S. STANLEY resolved U
make friends with Hafrar's
sui-iwstd daehter. If Arthur
Stanley, so called, was not
the rightful heir. Blair Stanley was.
But thU left the girl btir to Stanley
hall, and all could Ihj conserved and
all lm well If Blair might return aud
Even though Hajjar recovered her
faculties, she must remain silent as to
Blair's guilt were he Esther's husband,
thought Mrs. Stanley. As for Arthur
Stanley, so called, there was slight fear
.of hL returning.
The shrewd mother of Blair Stanley
guessed now the true cause of Arthur's
Might and continued absence. It was
because he also had learned Ae Stan Stanley
ley Stanley secret.
At Stanley hall Esther, made a worn
an and resolute by all the tragic occur
rences that of late had befallen her,
resolved It was her duty to examine
further Into the documents In Ilagar's
brass bound box. Esther had en endeavored
deavored endeavored vainly to lift the cloud from
Ilagar's mind by earnest inquiries and
kindly beseechlngs. But Ilagar would
only moan, "My son, give me back my
6on, my little babe."
Then Esther read the documents.
The proof was plain. She was In her
rightful place at Stanley hall, for she
was Esther Stanley. But she resolved,
through the love she bore for him she
had known as Arthur Stanley, that she
would take the secret to the grave.
She would spare Arthur the shame she
knew his proud spirit would feeL
What to her were place and position
here In Fairfax among a proud people
who, so far as their women folk were
concerned had Ignored her?
' Yet when we are young we have our
hopes and dreams. Esther's hope and
dream was the return of Arthur, the
sharing of the secret with him, and
his love. Then all would be welL So
It was that Esther was not wholly sur surprised
prised surprised when Blair Stanley's mother
called at Stanley hall and proffered her
friendship and assistance.
There were no confidences exchanged
between them EFther suspected that
Blair's mother vaguely knew, but in
her loneliness, and having no friend
save the humble though devoted Quab Quab-ba,
ba, Quab-ba, Esther was glad to accept the
proffered friendship of her austere
kinswoman, though neither spoke of
Mrs. Stanley suggested that Ilagar be
taken to Richmond for treatment for
her mental nllllctlon. She also Insisted
that Esther should go to Richmond
and bo Introduced Into the best circles
there by Mrs. Burton Randolph.
It may have been that Mrs. Burton
Randolph stood In fear of her austere
kinswoman. Mrs. Judge Stanley fear
that was augmented by the fact that
Blair's mother knew the true character
of Vivian Marston.
It also may have been that the sweet
nature and Wauty of Esther and her
gentle breeding npiealed to Mrs. Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph more than her fears of Blair's
mother It always had tecn Mrs. Ran Randolph's
dolph's Randolph's pot diversion to haven protegee.
At nay r.;i. Mrs Wamlolpb made
FTathor tvnf.-Mi imioi find nmtfgee
that originated in the
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and aidteir Bl.ur's mother In securing
the leading al.cnUt of Richmond to
treat Ilagar for her mental Infirmity.
(JuahRi had ltn left behind at
Stanley hall, hut Jti.ihha suspkrloned
that Blair" mother wa an old foe
with a now face of friendship. As al always,
ways, always, he resolved to guard Esther
and he followed her to Richmond.
Mrs. Randolph bad suggested to
Blair's motlit-r. when she found Mrs.
Stanley desired hT son's return, to
consult with that astute private de
tective. Tom Blake. In settling the
claims that were against the reckle
Blair in Richmond.
Blake effected a conference between i
Blair's mother and Abe Bloom the
Hagar and Esther Arrlv Again at
Stanley Hall With the Braes Bound
gambling house keeper, who held the
bail check for $2,000 he had cashed for
Blair, and who was the most pressing
claimant against him.
(Continued on Third Page)
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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Our Evening Thought
There is nothing more becoming
any wise man than to make choice of
friends, for by them thou shalt be
known and judged what thou art. Let
them therefore be wise and virtuous
and none of those that follow thee for
gain, but make selections rather of
t thy betters than thy inferiors. Sir
Miss Mildred Groman,of Muncie,
Ind., arrived yesterday from Lakeland,
where she has been for the past week
taking the state examination in do domestic
mestic domestic science and home economics,
preparatory to resuming her duties at
the Ocala high school as domestic
science teacher for the winter. Miss
Groman will again make her home
with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Horrell and is
receiving a cordial welcome from her
many friends who -are delighted to
have her back again.
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a summer's visit to her
old home in Conneticutt.
The -many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Rube Redding are congratulating
them on the completion of their beau-
t-Jnl new tinma rvr Oranflro 9Vfttin
tion all summer and now that it is
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i plete and thoroughly up to date resi residences
dences residences anywhere. It has all the mod-
s ern conveniences with its own water
towers that f to make conntrv Ufa
of Marion county's largest stock
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Linen Shower for Bride-Elect
Among the functions at Anthony
given last week in honor of the bride bride-elect,
elect, bride-elect, Miss Sue Gates, was a linen
shower given by Miss Grace Milligan.
Miss Milligan, assisted by Miss Lillie
Milligan and Mrs. Charles Swain,
ushered the guests into the beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully decorated reception hall where de delicious
licious delicious fruit punch was served.
The little Misses Mary Irby, Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Swain and Aline Marsh present presented
ed presented the bride-elect with a large yellow
and white basket filled with packages
which when opened were found to
contain many beautiful articles, the
handiwork of her friends.
After the articles had been admir admired
ed admired much merriment was afforded by a
drawing contest, each guest being re requested
quested requested to draw a picture of the
bride. Miss Esther Gates received the
prize, a beautiful box of candy.
A "delightful musical program was
rendered by Miss Ruth Gill, Mrs.
Frederick Swain and Miss Una
Shealey, after which a delicious ice
course was served.
The Eastern Star sewing circle was
pleasantly entertained Wednesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon by Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe. Tho
the weather was stormy there was a
splendid attendance. Suspended in the
eastern part of the parlor was a large
star, the five colors and emblems of
the O. E. S., a beautiful piece of work
done by Prof. Karl Weihe, son of the
hostess. It was admired by all and
especially appreciated by the mem
Comedy. No. G of the
believe I would have died if 1 hadn't
After I began taking Cardui, I wis
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I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an another
other another person altogether."
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bers. After the busy hour Mrs.
Weihe assisted by her two daughters,
Mrs. Karl Weihe, Mrs. Fred Weihe
and Mrs. L. F. Blalock, served sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, chicken salad, olives, wafers,
cake and iced tea.
Luncheon Honoring Miss Gates
Last Thursday at her home in An Anthony
thony Anthony Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Swain at one o'clock entertain entertained
ed entertained the Higginbotham-Gates bridal
party at a six-course luncheon. The
table was beautifully decorated, the
color scheme being green and white.
handsome crocheted luncheon set
adorned the table. In the center was
a basket of ferns and roses.
The bride was given the seat of
honor and the other guests found their
places by beautiful hand-painted place
The favors were little white and
green baskets of candied hearts, and
a gold slipper filled with rice for the
bride. The principal feature of the
uncheon was the cutting of the
bride's cake, which contained a ring,
a dime and a thimble, the dime being
found by the bride, the thimble by
Miss Esther Gates and the ring by
ittle Miss Charlotte Swain.
The love in my heart is as strong
as the hills
And as deep as the fathomless sea,
As pure as the breath of the rose
The soul of the summer with glee.
Tis fair as the light of the faithful
That gleam in the boundless blue,
No selfish mote its radiance bars,
Sweet Babette, it is all for you.
This and many more were the
beautiful verses and good wishes ex
tended this day to sweet little Babette
Peyser, who with a host of friends
celebrated her seventh birthday at
the home of. her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Peyser. The little
guests assembled at the home at 3
o'clock and after playing a number of
games all went to the Temple to see
the pictures. The little hostess was
as pretty as a fairy in her white
dress and bright ribbons and assisted
by her mother and her grandmother
and her little sister, Miss Caroline
eyser, the afternoon was one of
great pleasure. Delicious refresh refreshments
ments refreshments of ice cream and cake with
emonade were served in greatest
quantity and each little man and maid
eft most reluctantly amid a shower
of many good wishes for many hap
py returns of this day. Babette's
party was a beautiful little affair
and will long be remembered as a
happy seventh anniversary.
Miss Alice Campbell, after viewing
the wonders of the Mammoth Cave, is
now visiting relatives in Clarksville,
Miss Hilda Budd has returned to
her home in Leesburg after a few
days spent in the city the guest of
Miss Dorothy Schreiber.
Mr. James Lester is expected to
morrow from Panasoffkee for, a visit
of a few days to the family of Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
Mr.' Arthur Cobb received a tele
gram last night announcing the very
serious illness of his sister, Mrs. O.
W. Long at her home in Newberry. S.
C. Unless a more favorable message
i3 received today, Mr. Cobb will hasten
at once to her bedside.
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake left this morn
ing to join his family, who are having
a pleasant vacation at Montrose, Pa.
They will all return Oct. 1.
In Trinity Episcopal church, Gaines
ville, Tuesday, Miss Lucille Glass was
married to Mr. Terrell Barco. Both
the young people are well known and
very popular in Gainesville. Mr.
Barco is a nephew of Mrs. Walter
Hood and Mr3. W. K. Zewadski of
Miss May Bradshaw has returned
from Ocala, where she enjoyed a visit
of two weeks. St. Petersburg Inde Independent.
pendent. Independent. Sister Esther Carlotta returned thi3
morning from Jacksonville, where she
has spent the past several days as
the guest of Mrs. Porcher IEngle
Sister Carlotta was in Jacksonville
partly on U. D. C. business and partly
to look after several details in con
nection with the trip to San Francisco
which she will comiuct nevt month.
St. Augustine Record.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Massee of Ma
con, Ga., who are touring the state
in their automobile and are register registered
ed registered at the Harrington hotel for several
days, will return this evening from
an over-night visit to Homosassa.
Mr. Massee is vice president of the
Bibb Sewer Pipe Co. of Macon and
with his charming wife is having a
pleasant outing. They will visit all
of the important cities in the state
before returning to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walters, Mr.
and Mrs. Port Leavengood, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Leigh, Mrs. Etta Hood
Robinson, Miss Margaret Walters,
Mr. Ed Tucker, Mr. Charles Simpson
and Mr. Jim Johnson were a congen congenial
ial congenial party spending this afternoon on
a launch trip down Silver river in
Mr. Johnson's boat. The merry party
left the city about 1:30. Supper will
be served at Delk's Bluff. It is need needless
less needless to add that the afternoon and
evening trip was a very pleasant one.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McDavid
and children of Orlando, are in the
city on a visit to their relatives here.
(Continued from Page Two)
At idu conrerence, altnougn the ac accusation
cusation accusation was not made. Mrs. Stanley
soon surmised that Blake and Bloom
knew of Blair's rullt of the murder of
Dr. Lee- It was from Blake and
Bloom, through the njrency of the Inky
thumb print on the bad check, that the
guilt had been established, his moth mother
er mother soon Inferred. She also surmised
that it was from this source Ilagar had
obtained her proofs.
In her present condition Ilagar was
oblivious of such matters now. The
only two. then. In all the world who
knew were the detective and the gam gambling
bling gambling house keeper.
It was not necessary to enter Into any
detailed arrangements. Mr. Bloom was
sententious and explicit.
"You make good this bum check of
your son's." he said, "and me and Blake
won't say nothing or cause your son
any trouble. But, there's one thing else.
I've got. to have thin big stone which
you aristocrats of Fairfax county call
the diamond from the sky. My brother
advanced money on it, auu even u ne
hadn't that's my price for keeping my
mouth shut," he added, "and I'll see
that Blake here says nothing neither."
"But the diamond has disappeared.
We don't know where It is," said Mrs.
Stanley coldly, though In her heart ahe
raged at the presumption.
"It'll turn up them big stones al always
ways always do. It's one of the finest In the
world, but that's my prlcer retorted
Mr. Abe Bloom. "If It ever turns up
you Stanleys can replevin It- No one
can dispute your title to It. There ain't
another one like It In the world. But
when you Stanleys get It It comes to
me! That's understood and agreed, eh.
There wad a strange. Imperturbable
gleam in the keen eyes of the detec detective,
tive, detective, who had maintained his usual
taciturnity during this strange confer conference,
ence, conference, but he nodded his head and an answered
swered answered quietly, "Yes, that's understood
Reaching Richmond, It had been no
trouble for Quabba, at his old occupa occupation
tion occupation of organ grinder, to find the house
of Mrs. Burton Randolph, where he
knew Esther was stopping in Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, lie had Just reached the bouse
and had Just been ordered to move ou
by a passing policeman when a taxi taxi-cab
cab taxi-cab drove up and Blake and Bloom
alighted and entered the Randolph resi residence.
dence. residence. This visitation was such a surprise
to the policeman that he readily vouch vouched
ed vouched the information as to who these In Individuals
dividuals Individuals were when Quabba Inquired.
"Them?" said the policeman. "Them's
two of the wisest guy 8 In Richmond Richmond-Tom
Tom Richmond-Tom Blake, who runs the Blake detec detective
tive detective agency, and Abe Bloom, the big biggest
gest biggest gambler In this burg. Maybe they
are going Into society."
Then, ordering Quabba to move on
again, he moved on himself.
Quabba with his monkey and organ
moved on. but only to the side of the
house. A detective and a gambling
house keeper? These were strange
visitors indeed, and. suspecting the mo
tives of Mrs Stanley's sudden patron patronage
age patronage of Esther as he did. Quabba squat
ted close by the low window of the
reception room and listened. He over over-beard
beard over-beard enough to realize that Blair
Stanley's return was being arranged,
and he knew this boded no good to hia
fair young mistress.
After the detective and gambler had
departed. Quabba sent his ambassador
and collector of external revenue, Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, the monkey, up the wistaria vines
to the upper chamber, which he sur surmised
mised surmised might be Esther's.'
He was right In his surmise. Esther,
who. like Mrs. Randolph, had with
drawn when visitors on private busi
ness had been announced for Mrs.
Stanley, was In her room.
The chattering of the monkey on her
window sill roused Esther from a rev
erie of Arthur, and with a glad cry
she ran to the window and hugged the
affectionate little beast and waved a
welcome to the smiling Quabba below,
Then Quabba laid his finger to his lips
as a sign of secrecy, yanked the string
to recall his ambassador and departed.
Beside the track in the glaring Call
fornla desert. Arthur Stanley, or, as
he calls himself. John Powell, lay
stunned after being thrown from the
Overland limited, which he had board
ed from horseback as the train had
panted up the grade in the desert.
He had meant to warn the trainmen
of the robbers lying In wait for them.
but they had Imagined him a desper
ado single handedly attempting a hold
up and had thrown him oft.
Ells horse, as all horses he handled.
loved him. The faithful and affection
ate creature roused him by nosing at
him. Arthur, half fttunned. mounted
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his affectionate four footed friend and
galloped after the train. At the top of
the grade the ambushed robbers halt halted
ed halted the express with an obstruction on
the track too great to be risked by the
engineer endeavoring to pass through
When Arthur arrived upon the scene
two robbers were In the express car
and two were going through tthe Pull Pullmans.
mans. Pullmans. Another had compelled the fire firemen
men firemen to uncouple the locomotive and.
covering the engineer, had made him
drive the detached machine up the
track some distance from the standing
Scarce knowing what he did. Arthur
galloped by and. mounting the engine
at the end of the tender from his
horse's back, graphed with the lone
robber covering the engineer.
A desperate struggle followed by the
furnace door. Seizing a large wrench.
the engineer aimed a blow at the rob robber
ber robber struggling with Arthur, but the
blow missed foe and hit friend, and Ar Arthur
thur Arthur was stretched senseless on the
firing board. The robber, with a curse.
Jumped from the engine and ran. re
joining his companions.
In one of the Pullmans Vivian Mars-
ton, who was now Mrs. Blair Stanley
the two traveling as "Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Peyton" were among those held
at pistol's point. An envious woman
passenger to whom Vivian bad shown
the diamond from the sky had betray
ed the fact she possessed It Despite
her pleadings, cajolements and even
curses curses that were chorused by
the chagrined Blau- the chuckling rob
bers bore off the great gem with their
other booty. Laden with a sack of
valuables, and. taking also $100,000 In
bank notes from the express messen
ger, the robbers decamped.
Within a few hours the shertflC and
his posse of deputies and railroad de
tectives were hot on the trail, and
"John Powell." sheep herder, after be being
ing being lionized a few brief moments, was
back at his lonely occupation.
Vivian, despoiled of the Jewel for
which she would have risked her soul.
reproaches herself aud her raging
bridegroom that they did not die glori
ously in defending IL In her bitter
rage Vivian taunts Blair by telling him
she only married him to gain the dia
mond, and. now that It is gone, be
must go and regain tt or see her no
In vain he protests. She threatens to
give him over to the police and deserts
him at Los Angeles and wires-to Abe
Bloom In Richmond telling of the loss
of the: diamond and asking for funds
The deserted and raging Blair pawns
what possessions the train robbers
have left him. and under bis assumed
name of Peyton bides in a mean ho
tel after writing to his relative, Mrs.
Burton Randolph, to intercede for him
with his mother.
Far off in the desert fastnesses the
pursuit of the posse after the train
robbers is hotly on. A shot and the
rearmost saddle of the fleeing outlaws
Is empty. But as the outlaw fails the
diamond from the sky that he has
clawed nut fmm the sack of valuables
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files from his now nerveless baud and
Ilea Kllttertn but unnoticed by a clump
of cacti as the poss thunders by.
Another shot goes home, and the
foremost outlaw drops from his sad saddle.
dle. saddle. Another shot and his riderless
horse drops' dead in Its .tracks. As
this horse falls the treasure sack with
the banknotes falls half under the dy dying
ing dying animal. B
The bulk of Its "prostrate body masks
the treasure sack of banknotes and
hides it, from riew of the posse, that
gallops almost over the dead horse's
hoofs as the pursuit of the three sur surviving
viving surviving desperadoes goes on.
A month later John Powell, sheep
herder. Is sent to the desert to find a
strayed flock. Beneath the skeleton
of a buzzards' feast, a dead horse, he
finds the stolen treasure. In a-wild
frenzy of hysterical delight John Pow Powell
ell Powell remembers -Monte Crtsto," which,
as the wild young master of Stanley
halL he had read with greedy eager eagerness.
ness. eagerness. And so, like Edmond Dantea.
he stands erect and cries In the burn burning
ing burning desert waste. "The world Is miner
The diamond is lying .near. It
gleams In the sun on the desert sand,
among rattlesnakes and cacti, but
John PowIl, blinded with the treasure
that he grasps from the bones of a
molderlng horse, sees It not. And
there It lies! Who will get It next?
(Continued Next Week)
W. K. Lane, BL Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
THE NEW 1916 MODI
IN THE STAR
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPrES
If you want any land of furoitora
repaired, re-upholstered, -re-poli&iJ
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed," and the prices are riht.
Fred J. Burden BoxI448..Ccala,
- TO THE PUBLIC
- "I feel that I owe the manuf r rtur rtur-ers
ers rtur-ers or Chamberlain's Co lie, C- !:ra
and Diarrhoea Remedy a wcrj cf
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. V.?. her her-all,
all, her-all, Gowanda, N. ; "When 1-1 rsa
taking this, medicine I was in rczt
pain and feeling terribly tick, c ta
an attackof cuxcraer complaint; Aftrr
taking a dose of it t had not lor. z
wait for relief as it beneStai rs al almost
most almost immediately. Obtainalls ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. SJSED POTATOES
Our new, Irish potatoes fcr full
planting are now in. Ocala ,Z:zl
Store. t 8-Xl-tf
COUGHS THATrAEi: srO: D
Careful people gee
stopped- Dr, King's N
stopped. JUr, lung's rew D.;ecr.
a remedy of tried merit. It hzz
ita own oa the market fcr. 4 j
Youth and old age testify to its t
ing and healing qualities. Pntu
and lung troubles are often cm
delay of treatment. Dr. Kin '5
Discovery stops those hacking, c:
and relieves lagrippe tendenck ..
ey back if it fails. 50c and 1. No
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
OCA LA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1913
Mr. II. A. Kramer went to Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg today on business for his real
Try one cf those f ro3ted pints of
F&bst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
No trouble about finding John
Needham's auto, even on a dark
night. He has painted it a brilliant
red, and it looks like a young comet.
A 1ittoi frnm 'MniirJcfi St.rsilSS to
the Board of Trade bring3 the news
that the enterprising Maurice is do doing
ing doing well in the real estate business in
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Mr. W. R. Canova of Lake City,
traveling freight agent of the Sea
board Air Line, has been greeting his
Ocala friends this week.
Probably fair tonight and Friday.
There arrived in town a day or so i
ago from Orlando an invalid woman j
and a little child. The woman says ;
that her husband abandoned her and i
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. Fred Cook entertained at a
srwino" ti:i rtv this mrirninc nt her
she was unable to obtain work, so the h ,. v
: tome in rnmr,li merit tn ner fci ;tpr.i n.
city authorities of Orlando furnished;, Mis Lmian Cook who u her
gueat. The young ladies brought
'their spwinff rirr nnr! fnr cnrpral
Some people seem to think that ho,Jr3 had fun prickin. delicate
her with a ticket to Ocala.
A full line of locse leaf ledgers,
cote books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
The Star most highly approves of
patriotism, but it will ask the fire
station boys if they really don't think
they should haul down their tattered
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
1 V. aw y-. I wi A y.4 kn w u m:- r V v 1
I I J I I 1 I I I It HI 11111 III liri II I I 71 1 1 1 1 L I t m m
.... inngers with unru
stun tnrown on a vacant tot is au
right so long as it doesn't violate the
sanitary laws. Civic pride should be
strong enough to compel property
owners to celan up their places of
unnecessary and useless rubbish even
tho the policeman doesn't threaten
Cotton Plant, Sept. 14. It is past
election day and everything went off
eery quietly at Cotton Plant, Every Everybody
body Everybody was in a good humor and against
the creation of Bloxham county, there
being only two votes cast for its
rreation. "Hurrah for Marion!
Mrs. Rice, of Titusville, is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Newcomb Barco
at "Sunny Slope Farm" this week.
Mrs. Henry Clark, of Berlin, was'
ly needles that I th,! uest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
would not be good on account of too j "?om tarco.
much laughter. Then followed a Miss Carrie Barco spent a few days
flower guessing contest which waa J very pleasantly with Miss Ethel,
quite lively for a few minutes. When pmith at Martel the latter Part of
the points were counted Miss Mamie Iast week' -returnin home Sunday.
Mr. Holmes Walters has developed
Cross was found to te the winner of
the first prize, a pretty hand made
I handkerchief. The consolation prize
fell to the honoree and was an alum-
- m T S W ITir TTTIT! J Jt
ASK IOr CUiltK U1 Dreau auu lur. xiomies uua u"ew innm himMo evm1-li. f obt rv,oM
don't let anyone make you believe a case of appendicitis and has been fa poy thia time the fates
r w a r ri tt rT rtav in vi. j- v i r n i st i i liic a auz? bj a L-a a i -is
mo.. ojr j win decree otherwise, as all sicrns
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf sometimes fail, esneciallv when one
TO- XT.p- Anntr Caa fir
x. 1 A. AM I t a. 1- Ia4KaHi?I aViii vh litill V y-i I iIl I
Mr. tawara ureen reiurneu yesr- i d-.iu i ;n rrc r-i- : ;ii;.;
day afternoon from a ten days' camp monthly meeting at the church to-1 Waldorf salad.
and fishing trip.
morrow (Friday) afternoon at 3
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
3 2-tf Lattner's Kano Store.
"I don't see 'how you sell
such good merchandise so cheap,"
said a customer the other
Nevermind how I can
afford to do it. You just
come in and take advantage
. Splendid Bargains in
- High Quality Merchandise
I have prepared for next week.
Proprietor OCALA BARGAIN HOUSE
iced tea and sandwiches were Mrs.
Lester Lucas and Mrs. II. A.'Davies.
The triune f a Yt nniinf ycaa
Mrs. Ray Boynton of Reddick, is in ... o r ,, .
the city for a visit with her brother, T ... . 0
, , . luladys Martin and Annie Pope Eagle Eagle-for
for Eagle-for Orlando, where she expects to re- . ,
fna.111 until liic; iiuuuava v ilii uci sin-1
f ik t timv i puests was a most enjoyable one.
terf Mrs. P. L. Bilhngsley.
Mr- onrl Vr-.l .1- Tfo Till
A A VOll 3 AAA Lr ill V A A W V-A AVWAA.Aih AUAAAW f m m f v-
PEANUT BRITTLE received every "" ,
- . I f v ,WCAIWAAVV UV VJO ku A lt t VI f
Imimt IniiAh nnil tieh f Mf Tin I I Ka mm
IAstv luiivu aim iiou a. a jf win cii"
. 1 . i JJ- va uii t-iifj i iv ci LscAii rv9 cite: uai i. v
We reerret exceedingly to learn of ; A
" i rrurTiinf nsiwiik iota i t n a Avnnin r
the illness of Mr. R. B. Kyle Jr. at his b
Living in uauucui m. xtx ji i j v r mvvi:.
suffering from typhoid fever and hisL. ...
many friends in Ocala wish for him a , A' ... .
. Inome, where they will visit amone
ALAUbAVO tilt Lll? iliilti VIA WVblkCt.
. . home tonight from Union Springs,
cultural department for that exten- ,
. r . Ala., where she went a few days ago
... .. I to be in attendance upon the funeral
UUa 1X1 lUC Vlly llllilbO. I f 1 . r T 1 y-,
morning, accompanied by Miss Smith
and Mrs. O'Dell, who remained un
til after Sunday school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal and child
ren. Miss Mary Colli son and Mr.
Mattair, of Leroy, attended Sunday
school here Sunday and were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. VeaL
Mr. G. Fred Turner arrived in Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant Sunday, p. m., and began
his school duties Monday morning.
Mr. A. S. Harrom, accompanied
by Master Leslie Bell, of Croom, ar arrived
rived arrived Monday noon, returning to
Croom Tuesday evening. Mr. Harrom
came up especially to cast his vote
against the creation of Bloxham coun county
ty county and Master Bell was the pleasant
guest of his grandfather and aunt,
Mr. D. M. Barco and daughter.
Messrs. Willie Parker and Ilarry
Woodward were visitors to Ocala last
Mr. A. W. Woodward and son, Clar
ence, were business visitors to Ocala
Mrs. W. E. Veal, of Leroy, was the
guest of her sister, Miss Carrie Barco
Mr. II. W. Tucker left yesterday
afternoon for Asheville, N. C- to
Mr. George Martin returned today
I from a short business trip to Jack
, v. mi v spend the remainder of the week with
I Mrs. Tucker.
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'WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"
o Exttrsa CHiargfc
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
Mrs. John Edwards and family are
expected home late this afternoon
"I have tried most all of the couch from an extended visit to relatives at
cures and find that there is none that Old lown on the buwannee river.
equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.!
iz nas never ianea 10 give me prompt at- XT- TWooVS c-n
m mm A TT I UIIU A A A V AJ VT UUOn.1 011
pelier, Ind. When you have a cold today from Tampa over the Mallory
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yourself what splendid medicine it is. I York City.
uotainacie everywnere. i ...
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hall and little
son and Misses Beulah Hall and
Lydie McDoughal left this afternoon
for their vacation at Lake Weir.
Misses Theo and Gladys Wallis
will leave Monday for the Woman's
College at Tallahessee, where they
will enter school for the winter.
r OR SALE A good work horse;
ii ?n t i
genne; win wors anywnere; weignu Rey A B Gorbett is holding a
about 1100 pounds. Will sell for ?80 SGries of revival mp:tintrs this week
e l l n i tn if I
n soia at once, wii pnone iu. lo-ut at the Friner Farm church. Rev.
Gorbett is a Bantist and a forcible
WANTED To board and room reas- SDeaker and is convincing manv of
onably teacher or student. Private the. terrors of the broad and peril.
lamny. Appiy to xvirs. sa. r.nioic, ous of nfe
across, irom new nign scnooi, ou4
Alvarez street. 9-16-6t
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
The tombstone for Bloxham county
is being engraved by the Ocala
Marble Works of this city and the
last sad obsequies will be delivered
FOR RENT House corner Herbert
and South Third streets. Screened
and modern conveniences. Apply bv Re SteDhens on or about Thanks-
A T"1 a TT r 0m I
oi r on xvmg avenue. -io-: Living Hn hv hnbWintr
brook neath the willows, far awav
iaa a pair oi eyeglasses in ase. fro Tavlor.s nd.
T a. a. y-t I
reiurn 10 colonial noiei ana receive
FOR SALE Gas range, good as new;
i J ii r:
nas aouoie oven, rive aoiiars casn tu tn : i.n : v,
i a lie uciicv icn Lcxi( icaiu is iicic iui
takes it. Phone 384, or call at 30b b. its game with the home nine
sancnez street. io-bt
Mr. Ed W. Davis of Orlando is in
VEfiETARLFf?. MILK AND EGGS
WANTED Good piece of real estate from our own farrn dai, ODen nieht
for used, five-passenger automobile; and d Merchants Cafe. tf
electric iignts, nve new tires; car in
splendid shape. Address, Auto, care
Star office. 13-6t
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel
ings caused by biliousness and consti
pation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.
Peek, uates, 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
$20 to $35 per month extra money
to any employed person without in
terfering with regular owrk. So sell
ing, no canvassing. Positively no in
vestment. Unemployed need not ap
ply. Address the Silver Mirror Co
Inc., 123 W. Madison, St, Chicago,
111. M ll-4t
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be iust as repre
sented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de
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.
l uotainable everywhere.
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BARGAINS FOR TOMORROW
SUGAR. 16 pounds
SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb
12 pound bags J-Sd
24 pound bags.-90c
PICNIC HAMS, per lb... ... 13c
SMOKED BACON, -per 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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American Tlan, $2 per Day
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European Plan, $1 per "Day
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For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
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ACCOUNT G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
Tickets sold SEPTEMBER 25, 26, and 27 with final limit to reach the
original starting point October 15th. 1 v -
For further information call on any A. C. L. ticket agent or J. G. Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Florida.
WANTED To buy a six or seven
room house; must be convenient to
the business center, and terms would
have to be easy. Address, House,
care Star. 9-13-6t
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TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
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ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
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Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY. Winter Park, Fla,
Have you ever gone through a typ typical
ical typical pine forest when you had a cold?
What a vigorous impulse it sent!
I T T -frr a?i tAsA1 nriA Trtni lllTflPC rt
WANTED-From 1 to 100 head of IY CJZ1 4ff VTa
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the terious qualities. Yes, Dr. Bell's Pine-
month at 80c per head. Every pre- Tar-Honey possesses those stimuiat-
oonimn ,,c,i i-aon v,-.- i ing qualities ana overcomes nacsing
v.v -.t, v. Tt,. r tv,
V 1V TXT T r lUUIlSf A lie 1I1I1CI lining Ui iiic vuiuaw
. .-.-aim, vunuiuuii. aj. AKH), strenirthenpd in its attack acainst
Oxford, Fla. 8-16-26L cold germs. Every family needs a bot
tle constantly at hand. 2oc. Iso. Z.
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
VYAiMi.fc.iJ several young men as
prentices to learn the machinists'
trade. Apply in person to the Ocala
Iron Works, Ocala, Fla. 9-3t
FOR SALE New $50 RANGE for
only $28.50; fine, large, heavy cast
iron, with large brass hot water tank
and large over. New never used. Big
bargain. Can be seen at residence of
E. C. Smith, 403 Daugherty street.
(Anthony road). fri-sat-tf
URNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
P.ENT 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
With One Dollar's worth
of other G roc cri cs for
The man who likes to know "how
things work nearly always buys our
Fits-U Eyeglasses. He appreciates
the many practical advantages of
their design and construction. .We
-hall be glad to show you WI1Y Fits Fits-U
U Fits-U Eyeglasses fit so comfortably and
Dr. D. M. Boney
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
OCALA - FLORIDA
j PHONE 503
For Good Wood
: BIG Load for $1.
I YOUR ORDER WILL ITAVE
J IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
jj. L. SMOAR
At Sm oak's Wagon Shop.
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 citv.
! .- ,
la the Circuit Court f fke Fifth JJI JJI--
- JJI-- rial Clrralt mt Flrtd, Mmrtum
Cvur -tm Vmrnmrwf.
To the unknown tielrs of C. 1L Ilar Ilar-jrrave.
jrrave. Ilar-jrrave. ejrd tho unknown belrs f
Shedrick Atkinson, and all persons
clalminvr an Interest in and to the
northeast quarter oX the southwest
quarter, eection township 1 6,
range 18 east, and northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of southwest cruarter and
southwest quarter of northwest
quarter of etion 25. and -west
half of southwest quarter of ec ec-4
4 ec-4 Jon. 29. town&hlp IS, south. of
ransa IS east.
It appearing' from the allecrations of
a sworn lill of complaint filed tn this
court on this day in a suit commenced
by S. G. Wade. Walter Kay an4 Flora
iL Osborn, co-partners doinir business
under the name and tyle of Morrison.
Itajr and Coniny, against the un unknown
known unknown heirs of C. H. Ilarsrraves and
the unknown heirs of Shedrick Atkin Atkinson,
son, Atkinson, that the complainant believes that
there are pereons Interested tn the
property Involved In the eai 1 suit, to to-wlt:
wlt: to-wlt: the unknown heirs of C. IL Har Har-KTaves
KTaves Har-KTaves and the unknown heirs of
Shedrick Atkinson, whose nams and
and places of residence are unknown
to the complainant and In said bill of
complaint harlnsr prayed for relief
against the said unknown heirs of said
C. IL Ilargraves and 4he unknown
heirs of said thedrlck Atkinson.
N'ow therefore you and each of you,
and all other persons claiming: an In Interest
terest Interest in or title to the property here hereinabove
inabove hereinabove described, are hereby requir required
ed required to appear before this honorable
Mmmdmr the 6th day f Deeesaher, A. D.
to then and there make answer unto
the said bill of complaint exhibited
agrarnst you In said cause now pending
In our said court, and to do further
and receive what our said court shall
have considered in that behalf, other otherwise
wise otherwise the complainant will proceed ex
It Is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for twelve consecutive weeks In
the Ocala Star, a. newrpaper published
In aid county and state.
Witness the Honorable .w. K. T'.ui-
have con" Me red In that Twhalf. other otherwise
wise otherwise the complainant will proceed ex
It J further ordered that a copy of
this or.ler shall be published once a
week for four co-n.H-utive weeks In
the cvala Star, a newspaper published
in paid county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. R J'.u1 J'.u1-lock.
lock. J'.u1-lock. Judare of our said court, and 1.
If. Nugent, cl-rk. and the peal thereof,
at the court houce -5n Or-la. llarion
county. Florida, this the. 21t day of
Aucrust. A. D. 1915.
I Seal P. If. XT XI K NT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
V.y Alberta Weeks. D. C.
KTATK of FiornrA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the forcoln?
In a true copy of the orisrlnai oruer of
publication in the forearolng cauae, as
the amAj-pears on file In my office.
This the 31st day of Augrust, A. D.
r.eal I. IT. KUQENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
tf-thur !ty Alberta Weeks, D. C.
la the Clreult Cnrt r the "tfth Jadf Jadf-elal
elal Jadf-elal f Ire-silt ef Flerida, tlsrtam
CoantT In Cha-rery.
To Jo4tn A. l!isi&T. Francis II llarri-.
Susannah Juiklr.i, CJenerol T. Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. Falt Murj-ay, Mary F:. Ross.
A. J. Ja'kon. Ann1 M. Atkinson.
W". II. fukf-r and F. li. Norman,
co-tiartni-rs doinsr bu?inkss ss
Normin and Company. Dickson H.
Irvine. a'-ninitrator of b estate
of J. r IVater. Chas. I Illlllng-s,
I'.eulah 11. Vers and Andrew J.
It appearlnsr from an affidavit filed.
In this court in a uit this day com-m-nce,1
by N. G. Wade. Walter Ray exd
F'lora. M. Obom. oo-xartners doinsr
btjsinss under the name and etyle of
Morrlm. Itay and Company, against
you and othem. that your resnctire
pla-- f r-i"lence are of a slate or
country other than the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, b'.tt that our restrictive rJaes
of rf id-Tice are unknown to affiant.
out. that th-re Is no
Person tn tb
lock. jud;e of our said court, and I. rtate of ITorida. the service of sub
II. NuKent, cl-rk, and the seal thereof,
at the court house 1n Ocala. Marion
ounty. Florida, this the 31st day of
Aujrust. A. D. 1915.
iealj P. If. KUGKNT.
Cler kof the Circuit Court of Marlon
Iiy Alberta Weeks, D. C.
STATK OF FI)RIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foreolnr
Is a true copy of the original order of
publication in the foreeoinic cau-w. as
the same appears on file in my offic.
This the 31st day of August. A.
Seall P. IL XUGRXT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
tf-thur Iiy Alberta Weeks, D. C.
la the Clrewlt V mm rt mt h Fifth Jasl Jasl-.
. Jasl-. -t- Clre-ilt m-t Flerlaa, Mar la
Ce-Mty la t'kasetrr.
To thas. W. White, and Savannah and
In this court tn a euit this day com
menceJ ly N. O. Wade. Walter Hay and
FT or a M. Osborn. co-partners doinsr
business under the name and style of
Morrison. Ray and Company, against
you and others, that your respective
po-na u Mn whom would bind you. or
either of you.
Now t!i-refore. you ami each of yoi
fire -oTmin4M to appear before thts
ii,iKra hi, court on
Mnrfir, h -i dsv f Xevesshev, A.
to answ r to a tlll of conrpla'nt ex exhibited
hibited exhibited s'nt you 1n our said court
br N. fl. Wade. Walter Ray er.d
Flora M. 0Vrn. co-partners doinr
tnjin-Mi under the name and etyle of
Morrl'im. Ray and 0mj.iny. -and to
do further and receive what our said
fourt V.ave considered in that foe-
half. th-rw1e the complainant will
proceed ex pare.
It is further ordered that a copy of
th! order shall be publlh-d once a
week for con -ecu tire weeks in the
Orala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. R. TVul TVul-Wk.
Wk. TVul-Wk. Judi;e of our said court, arvd P.
If. Nusrent. rl'-rk. and the seal thereof,
at the court ;oue 1n Ooala. Marlon
county. Florida, this the 21st day of
Auini-t. A. Ti. 101S.
1 Sr a 1 1 P. If. Nt'G F.NT.
kof the Crcuit Court of iLarion
rlda Phosphate and Land Com- -l-r of the r.rcult Court of M
y. a Corporation. 'untr'il?04ria;. w i rv
pearlnsr from an affidavit filed ? AUr! eeks D.
KTATK OF FlORH.
OH-XTV OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foTeeoinE"
l a true copy of the orltrinal order of
P'u-blica t !on in the foreoins? cause. s
places f residence are of a state or 1 , V t y j
country other than the state of Flor-.,-7r 1 e ,ld' Au;?u-t' A- lK
Ida. Chas. W. White, who resides in the ,J!V x....,,...
city of New York, state of New York. C 'e r--, f ,Tm
and savannah and Florida I-hosphate r,'rk. f 1 ff'urt r Mar I on
and Land Company, whose principal ,''!u.ntr' i V-t- n-v
tdace of business ts In the city of a- i tf-irs I ASbtrta Weeks. Ti. C.
service of subpoena upon .whom would
bind you. or either of you.
Now therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before tbis
honoraoie court on
Moidar, the -4th day ef Oeteber, A. D
ADVERTISE IN THE ST AH.
"iMcIver k lit
sa ATisaas ff r m lfl 1 n.f ftriMnlaf sr
hibtted acralnat you In our said court i IJiiDr ilTlllf HS TinA I
it . v. iui-. aner liar mvnn r rora
if. Osborn. co-partners doins; huslness
I under the name and style of Morrison.
Ray and Company, and to do further
axul receive what our said court eJxall
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