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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
VOL. 21.
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i II

Bulk of the Russian Army is
Wage Battle

PEOPLE OF MOSCOW AND
London, Sept. 22 Petrograd spe- j
cials agree the Russians have with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn safely from the Vilna salient,
the strategic value of which was so
great the Russian staff felt justified
in risking some of the best troops to
hold it to the last moment. Every Everything
thing Everything of military utility was destroy destroyed.
ed. destroyed. Although the main army is safe it
i3 hardly likely the whole force will
escape without heavy losses. Hinden Hinden-berg's
berg's Hinden-berg's cavalry, which was expected to
complete the encircling movement, is
still held up between Sworgon and
Moolodechno. -'
On the Vilna-Lida-Slomin flank the
Germans are advancing steadily.
Prince Leopold's progress is slower
MacKensen has paused beyond
the
Pripet marshes
If the Russian re
treat is stopped successfully it must
bo done within a week.
PEOPLE WANT DUMA RECALLED
The Zemstavo -conference at Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, as predicted, has petitioned Em Emperor
peror Emperor Nicholas to recall the Duma,
and summon a cabinet responsive to
the people's wishes.
LOCAL LFBISIAT
1 -' V
AND BUSY SESSION OF
Y COUNCIL TUES- j
DAY" EVENING
, The city council met last night in
regular session with, the following
members -present: President Pro Tern
G. A. Nash, Councilmen Knight,
Tompkins, Roess, Moore, Smith and
Fausett, 'Messrs. Meffert-and Gerig
being absent.
Roll call and reading of minutes
of the last regular and two special
sessions. Minutes were approved as
read.
Mr. II. W. Tucker asked to ad address
dress address the council and was given per permission.
mission. permission. Mr. Tucker asked the mem members
bers members if they had read carefully the
bid and the contract of Messrs. Bry Bryan
an Bryan & Co. with the city. He told them
there was a wide field for differences
in the bid made by him and that of
Bryan & Co.; that he had bid on tak taking
ing taking up the brick paving all around
the square and figured what that
work was' worth, expecting to have to
do it. That Bryan & Co. had a very
low figure on this work and he had
since learned that they did not now
intend to take up any of this brick,
or at least very little of it, but would
lay the sewers in alleys and rear of
blocks and connect with them in that
way, etc., all of which would be much
better and would probably be decided
on by the city, the contractors and
the engineers, and if this had been
plainly stated in the proposals, his
bid would have been right down to
that of Bryan & Company's. Mr.
Tucker stated that Bryan & Co. were
going to give the city service to the
amount of their bid and no more, and
it would be well for the city to de decide
cide decide at once about the sewers around
the square and the connections there thereto,
to, thereto, for if the sewers were laid in the
brick paving, all around the square,
the connections to private property
there alone would cost the property
owners more than $7,000, whereas
they could be laid on the rear of the
blocks and in alleys and connect from
. the rear and save a great part of this,
as well as the heavy expense to the
city. The court house connections
could all be run through one pipe,
under the street, to the main sewer.
Mr. Tucker's talk evidently made an
impression on the members of the
council -and set them to thinking.
Late? on-when" they cane to the mat matter
ter matter of the contract it was discussed,

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OTHER CITIES PETITION EMPEROR TO RECALL THE
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(Associated Press)
but they did not see where they could
do anything about it at this time.
The following communication was
read from the mayor.
The Mayor's Communication
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 21, 1915.
Hon. J. M. Meffert, President, and
Members of the City Council,
Ocala, Florida.
Gentlemen: Referring to sewer
contract between the city of Ocala
and Bryan and Company of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, dated Sept. lfth, 1915, and ex executed
ecuted executed on behalf of the city by your
honorable body, wherein the said city
of Ocala becomes liable to the said
Bryan and Company for $66,740.35 j
for the installation of sewer system
in accordance with plans and specifi specifications
cations specifications agreed upon, has this day
been submitted to me for my signa signature
ture signature as mayor of Ocala, and is re returned
turned returned to you herewith without my
signature for the following reasons:
First. Because the surety bond ex executed
ecuted executed and delivered to the city of
Ocala by-Bryan-and Company with
Fidelity and Deposit Company oi
Maryland as surety, dated Sept. 16th,
1915, in the sum of $17,000 has left
blank the name of the city official to
whom the bond is payable, and I
therefore think it advisable that this
bond should specify' to whom the $lT,-
should be paid in case ofldefault
in any 'of the terms thereof...
Second. Because the records in the
office of the, treasurer show, and I
am informed by Mr. W. W. Clyatt,
city treasurer, that the funds derived
from the sale of the sewer bonds
have not been turned over to the city
treasurer, so as to be subject to his
check or voucher, nor am I advised
when said funds will be turned over
to the treasurer. Therefore there is
at the present time no available
funds from which to pay for any
work under this contract, and I do
not wish to subject the city to a
liability of $66,740.35 without avail
able funds.
It is possible for the city to be
come involved in legal entanglements
with the bond purchasers at any time
until the money is in the hands of the
city, and I think the city should not
subject itself to so large a liability
until all matters pertaining to the de
livery of the sewer bonds and the re
ceipt of the money therefor have
been fully consummated; and I cam
not with any degree of prudence, sign
and deliver the attached contract
until these funds have been placed to
the credit of the city treasurer, made
subject to the check or voucher of
the city, when in due form, and the
depository in which same has been
placed has delivered to the city a good.
and sufficient bond for the asme.
Respectfully submitted,
J. D. Robertson, Mayor.
Messrs. Carmichael & Son present presented
ed presented the following offer of a water
works site, etc., to the council, which
was filed for information:
Mr. Carmichael's Letter
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 21, 1915.
To the Honorable City Council, Ocala,
Florida.
Gentlemen: We will deed the city
all the property necessary for water
works, electric light plant, municipal
docks and park if you can consistent consistently
ly consistently place them at Silver Springs.
Before deciding on this location we
feel it would only be prudent to have
the water thoroughly "analyzed and
tested. If found good, healthy wa water,
ter, water, we feel it would be an asset to
Ocala never to be dreamed of.
Yours very truly,
Carmichael & Son,
By C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
Mr. R. L. Anderson made an offer,
in writing, to the city of his nicely
located four acres of land, a little
west and south of Mr. Fausett's store
and., residence on Exposition street,
which was practically the same as

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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1915

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Yet Able to
has been published in the local pa papers.
pers. papers. The proposition was filed for
information.
The report of the bond trustees was
read and adopted, but later on in the
session, under the head of bills, the
matter of Mr. Hampton's bill for
$150 for legal services for the board
was read and as it was a part of the
expense cf the board and should have
been taken out of the proceeds of the
sale of the bonds, the action was re rescinded
scinded rescinded and the report referred back
to the board, with a request that the
board settle thi3 bill, at which time its
report would be in shape for accep acceptance.
tance. acceptance.
Report of the Bond Trustees
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 21, 1915.
City Council, City of Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: We beg to advise that
we have received returns from the
sale of the $1000,000 sewer bonds and
beg to hand you herewith our report
as follows:
Sale of $100,000 sewer
bonds i... . ; .$100,000.00
Interest July 1st to Aug.
23rd 722.22
Amount paid Hoehler,
Cummings & Prudden
for attorney's fees, com-
.missions, etc., as per
agreement . ., 4,290.00
Paid clerk circuit" court :
for validating certlfi-
cates vV:'V.! ''M: :.r:J:.,.:v 30.30
Postage on bonds to To
ledo, Ohio . 2.44
Insurance on bonds to
Toledo, Ohio 26.75
Exchange transferring
funds .. 100.00
Amount turned over to
city treasurer for which
we hold his receipt 96,272.73
We have turned over to the city
treasurer net proceeds together with
indemnity bond of 50 per cent given
by the Commercial Bank of Ocala for
the safe-guarding of these funds.
- We also beg to advise that items of
expenese as shown by the statement
above are all necessary expenses for
the safe-guarding of these bonds
while in transit and collection and
transferring of funds. t
Trusting this will meet with your
approval, Yours very truly,
R. S. Hall,
E. J. Crook,
Bd. of Bond Trustees, City of Ocala
A communication was read from
Mr. J. C. Caldwell, superintendent of
the electric light plant, wherein he
stated that for lack of certain ap appliances
pliances appliances the plant was now badly
overloaded and could not possibly
take on any more lighting on the
street department circuit. The cost,
he said, of the new appliance to rem remedy
edy remedy the shortage would be about $700
but the city could get adequate second-hand
substitutes for from $200
to $300. Pending the rebuilding of
the plant, the matter was referred to
the light and water committee to see
what the appliance could be had for
and report to the council.
A communication was read from
the engineers, Messrs. Twombly &
Henney, also another from Messrs.
Bryan & Co.
A petition of property owners for a
light on Herbert street was referred
to the light and water committee.
Contractor P. D. ODell asked for
permit to make an addition of several
rooms to the property owned by Mr.
Smith on North Main street, next to
Col. Nash. Same was referred to the
building committee.
The Ocala Bicycle Shop asked for
a reduction on it3 taxes as its stock
was only half what it had been. It
was informed that the council had no
authority in the matter as the time
had passed for these complaints.
Heart touching communications
were read from the Eureka Fire Hose

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ALLIED ARTILLERY MAKES PARTS OF THE
MAII LIS IIIITEIIABLE

(Associated
Paris, Sept. 22. The allies for
days at a time are dropping artillery
projectiles on every fifty yards square
of the German lines along the western
front. Heavy caliber guns are send sending
ing sending storms of shells upon the encamp encampments
ments encampments of the first reserves. Official
reports from observers say that pho photographs
tographs photographs taken by aviators show
parts of the opposing lines rendered
untenable.
ATTACKS BY INFANTRY
London, Sept. 22. Infantry at
tacks have relieved the protracted ar artillery
tillery artillery duels on the western front.
BOARD OF TRADE
Arrangements for Entertaining Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans to be Discuss Discussed
ed Discussed Thursday Evening
Representatives from the United
Confederate Veterans, Sons of Vet Veterans
erans Veterans and Daughters are earnestly re requested
quested requested to meet with the Board of
Trade Thursday, Sept. 23rd, at 8 p.
m. to arrange for handling the re reunion
union reunion on Oct. 27-28-28. This is im important
portant important and may be the last time
Ocala will have the privilege of en entertaining
tertaining entertaining the veterans, so let us
make this occasion the best one.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary,
Marion County Board of Trade.
Co. for payment of its bill of $500
with a year's interest, the Florida
Metal Products Co., for $150, the Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan Machine Co. of Chicago for
$2044.99 for pumps, etc. The clerk
was instructed to inform the people
that their bills would be taken care of
as early as possible.
' City Attorney Frederick Hocker
prepared and presented a resolution,
which was adopted, to proceed with
the suit against Mr. R. L. Anderson
on certain paving certificates under
the special act of the last legislature,
giving the city power to re-assess the
property, the original certificates be being
ing being faulty. Mr. Hocker was authoriz authorized
ed authorized to incur the necessary expense to
take the suits to the supreme court.
An ordinance was read for the first
time and referred to the judiciary
committee, discontinuing the alley be between
tween between lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 on the
north and lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 on the
south in Hodge's addition to Ocala, in
lieu of the right and privilege to cross
certain lands adjacent to the property
owned by Mrs. George Blitch.
The city officers made their re
ports and were excused.
The matter of the mayor's com
munication was discussed and, as the
objections had or would be overcome,
the clerk was asked to so notify him
and ask him to sign the contract with
the Bryan Co.
The report of the finance committee
was read and adopted.
Report of the Finance Committee
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 25, 1915.
To the Honorable City Council of the
City of Ocala:
We your finance committee have
the honor to report as follows:
First. That we have had a list of
delinquent city taxes upon real es estate
tate estate from the year 1911 prepared for
publication and that the. same is now
in the hands of the newspapers. We
agreed with them for a rate of 30
cents per double column line, this be being
ing being the best terms obtainable.
Second. That we have secured a
bond from the Commercial Bank of
Ocala in the sum of $48,000 to se secure
cure secure the deposit of the sewerage
bonds funds and that the same is now
in the hands of the city treasurer.
Third. That the proceeds of said
bonds have been turned over by the
bond trustees to the city treasurer.
Respectfully submitted,
D. W. Tompkins,
Chairman of the Committee.
M. J. Roess.
The matter of repairing streets
soon to be more or less torn up by
excavations for sewers was discussed,
but without any definite result.
The council adjourned at 10:30
o'clock.
Try one cf those frosted pints of
Pshst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

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Press)
ONLY GAVE HIS
OWN opinion
SAYS COL. nOUSE; IN REGARD
TO STATEMENTS IN THE
DUMBA LETTER
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 22. Col. Edward
M. House, President Wilson's friend
and unofficial adviser, whose name ap appeared
peared appeared in the letter Dr. Dumba wrote
the Austro-Hungarian foreign min minister,
ister, minister, made public last night, declar declared
ed declared today he never quoted the presi president
dent president regarding stopping the exporta exportation
tion exportation of ammunition to any country,
but gave his personal opinion. Dr.
Dumba said Col. .House told him the
United States in a crisis would have
to get ammunition from neutral for foreign
eign foreign countries, and President Wilson,
at no price and in no case, would al allow
low allow this source to dry up.
TWO HOURS TALK
BUT NO INFORMATION GIVEN
OUT BY WILSON OR BRYAN
f Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 22. President
Wilson and former Secretary of State
W. J. Bryan were closeted in confer conference
ence conference for two hours today. Neither
would discuss the . conference. Mr.
Bryan talked casually to newspaper
men for half an hour, and asked them
to help him sell his farm in Texas and
home here. He plans to tour the
south and visit his home at Miami,
Fla.
SPECIAL SESSION
.OF THE SENATE
May be Called by President Wilson to
Meet Next Month
C Associated Prsss)
Washington, Sept. 22. The presi president
dent president is seriously considering calling
an extra session of the Senate next
month. He saw Senator Stone, who
told him he believed a session should
be called to consider executive busi business
ness business and revision of the rules to cur curtail
tail curtail debate.
ADMIRALTY DISCLAIMS
THE ATTACK
Germans Declare No Sub of theirs
Sunk the Hesperian
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, Sept. 22- In a semi semiofficial
official semiofficial statement, Berlin says the ad admiralty,
miralty, admiralty, after an investigation, de declares
clares declares that no German torpedo boat
attacked the Hesperian.
VILLA WILL MAKE
A FLANK MOVE
(Associated Pre)
Washington, Sept. 22. State de department
partment department advices confirm reports
that Villa is moving troops in Sonora,
with the evident purpose of attacking
the Carranza troops under Cailos.
FLORIDA 31 AN FIRST
G. A. R. Man from St. Cload
Washington for the Annual
Encampment
in
Jacksonville. Sept. 22. A Wash
ington special to the Metropolis says:
"One of the first men to arrive here
to attend the national encampment of
the Grand Army is Peter Lamb, of
St. Cloud, Osceola county, Florida.
Dr. Lamb was a drummer boy in the
civil war."
OUR prescription department's at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

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Evidently Going In Against
the Allies

MILITARY HAVE TAKER CHARGE OF RAILWAYS O D
IS RAPIDLY MOBIUZCIB

(Associated Press)

- Sofia, Sept. 22. Bulgaria is appar apparently
ently apparently on the verge of war. The mili military
tary military has taken possession of the rail railways.
ways. railways. Ordinary traffic has been stop stopped.
ped. stopped. The people generally believe
hostilities are imminent.
AGAINST THE ALLIES
The entente diplomats generally
recognize that their cause is lost and
Bulgaria is manifesting clearly a
tendency toward the Germanic pow powers.
ers. powers. This is due to dissatisfaction of
the government at Serbia's reply in
the negotiations for territorial conces concessions
sions concessions in Macedonia, and the conduct
of Greece.
Government circles said the mili military
tary military measures were of a preventive
nature.
ATHENS IS ALARMED
Athens, Sept. 22, On receiving the
news that Bulgaria had ordered, a
general mobilization of her troops,
King Constantine summoned to con conference
ference conference Premier Venizelos and
members of the army general staff.
A cabinet meeting will be called later.
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
TO ODD FELIOWS
Grand Master will be Present at Dis
trict Grand Lodge Session Next
Tuesday Evening
On next Tuesday night the Ocala
Odd Fellows meeting will be turned
into a district grand lodge, session
after the routine business has been at
tended to. Grand Master La thro p of
Bradentown is expected to be present.
Some weeks ago .a preliminary
meeting of the district was held here
and committees appointed for the
completion of the district lodge. These
committees will make their reports
Tuesday evening, at which, time rep
resentatives of the lodges" of adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining counties will be present, and a
permanent district organization will
be completed.
Despite more or less adverse condi
tions for the past six months Florida
Odd Fellowship is on the increase,
and the officers of the grand lodge
are very much encouraged over the
outlook for a continuance throughout
the term.
Tulula lodge has set itself a pace
for the coming four months in that a
competitive arrangement has begun
which it is hoped will largely increase
its present membership. Two classes
have been organized to help boost and
the losing class will entertain the
lodge on installation night of the
next term.
CROSSED THE MARNE CANAL
French nave Made Important Gains
on the Western Front
Paris. Sept. 22. Paris heard better
news yesterday than for some time.
The morning's official dispatches
stated that French troops have at last
succeeded in effecting a crossing of
the Marne canaL If they can succeed
in holding the newly gained position,
they will be able to threaten the en
tire German line running through
Berry Aubac and the sector of Neu-
ville. Progress has also been made
by the French at Hartmans-Weiller
kopf.
BIG DITCH BLOCKED
Earth Slide Into the Panama Canal is
Extensive
Washington, Sept. 22w Earth slides
in the Panama canal near Gold HilL
are more extensive than first reports
indicated. The "big ditch" will be tied
up for ten days at least.
BEAH SEED
We have iust received our new
bean seed tor the fall planting; al
varieties. Ocala Seed Store, 8-11-tf

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SEVERAL KILLED AND MANY
" INJURED IN ONE OF NEW
YORK'S STREETS
(Associated Press 1
New York, Sept. 2. Seven were
killed and over fiftey seriously injur injured
ed injured today when a dynamite explosion
J an excavation in the new Seventh
street subway caused a. block be between
tween between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-
fif th streets. The cave engulfed a
surface car with seventy-eight pas passengers
sengers passengers and numerous pedestrians.
Over half the injured were women and
girls on their way to work. The car
remained upright but'1 partly buried.
Many were badly crushed. Gas 'and
water mains were broken. Police re reserves
serves reserves were called out, with two firs
alarmns and fifteen ambulances. The
police report that they have taien
five dead out, and two of the injured
died. s
LATEB .LIST '
2:35 p. mv The known dead nun-
be r six; injured, between efhty-re
and one hundred.-;
A NEEDED PRECAUTION
If You Haven't a Fire Card la Year
Home, Secure One at Once
Winter is coming en, and with -win
ter will come more fires. If a fire
breaks out in your heme or the tons
of your neighbor, your possession cf
a fire card may save your property,
or that of your friend.
If you ha vent a fire "card, repair the
omission at once. Call at tr.a re
station and Chief Chambers will be
glad to supply you.
PRIMARY SCHOOL
The Ocala primary school, situated
on South Third street, will open cn
Monday, September 27. The teachers
or the school year are as follows:
Beginners, boy's room 1, Mrs. V?.
T. Evans, teacher.
Beginners, girls room 2, Miss Eu
nice Marsh, teacher.
Advanced first, boys room, 4
Lulu Griffiin, teacher.
Advanced first, girls room 8, Miss
Fannie Clark, teacher.
Second grade, boys and girls, rocra
3, Miss Edith Griffin and Hiss Nellla
Stevens, teachers.
Third grade, boys. and girls, rocra
6, Mrs. Maud Rochford, teacher.
Third grade, boys end girls, room 7,
Miss MarceUa McLain, .teacher.
The principal of the school will be
at the building on Friday afterrisca
from four until five o'clock to see say
patron who may wish to confer.,, with
her.
The first faculty meeting will be
held on Saturday .afternoon at four
o'clock.
Patrons are requested not to get
any supplies until, they receive : the
lists from the teachers, and not to
ask admittance for pupils who are not
of school age.
Nellie C. Stevens, Principal.
NOTICE
Ocala. Fbu. Sept. 2L 1015.
Stockholders Ocala Transportation Co.
A meeting cf the stockholders cf
the Ocala Transportation Co. will be
held at tht Board of -Trade room
Thursday, Sept. 23rd, 7;"0 p.
sure to be on hand.
C (Ed) CarmichaeL Chrr.ru
Big supply of silver sHa Ecrr.
onion sets just received. ri:tir Z.
Co, 410 N. Hsgnc'.ia street. IS-Cl

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the grounds. Hurrah for Gus! Wil-J
liston Courier.
He probably hurrahed over to
Raleigh, to seek consolation from hi3 ;
friend, Laurence Shipton.

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TRYING MORE TECHNICALITIES

TOM LOYLESS SHOWS
UP TOM W ATSON

The Augusta Chronicle is the old oldest
est oldest and one of the most influential
papers in Georgia, having been es established
tablished established in 1785. It never did better
work for its state than now when it
presents the views of the moderate
people of Georgia on the Frank case,
and shows Tom Watson and his
filthy, untruthful and incendiary pub publication
lication publication up in their true colors.
In a three-column article in the

Chronicle a few days ago, Mr. Loyless
calls attention to the fact that in the
hurly-burly it has been forgotten that
thousands of Georgians petitioned
Governor Slaton to commute Frank's
sentence, and that among them were
some of the best people in the state.
Mr. Loyless points out that there
were bore than ten thousand Geor Georgians
gians Georgians who petitioned Governor Sla Slaton
ton Slaton to commute Frank's sentence, and
he lists the names of about a hundred,
including a federal judge, three ex ex-justices
justices ex-justices of the supreme court, num numerous
erous numerous superior and city and court
judges, many lawyers, bankers, mer

chants, and educators.
" Referring to the list of names, Mr.
Loyless says:
"Here are names that ought to
strike Tom Watson down even as
Ananias himself was stricken
when he tried to make his dupes and
followers believe that practically no nobody,
body, nobody, just mostly L. & N. lawyers,
petitioned Governor Slaton to com commute
mute commute Frank's sentence.
"Notable women like Mrs. Walter
B. Hill and Miss Mildred Rutherford
of Athens, Miss Celeste Parrish of
the state school department, and Mrs.
E. L. Connally of Atlanta (Mrs. Con-

nally is the sister of ex-Governor
Brown.)
"Educators like A. W. Van Hoose
of Shorter, President Pearce of Bren Bren-au,
au, Bren-au, Dr. Simmons of Brenau, and Dr.
H. C. White, of the University of
Georgia.
"Among the clergy such notable
men as Bishop Warren R. Candler,
Bishop C. K. Nelson, Bishop Reese
of Savannah, Rev. J. H. Eakes, pre-

siamg eiaer oi uome; nev. air. Aanuy
Jones of Augusta, Rev. C. B. Wilmer
of Atlanta, Dr. John E. White of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, and others.

"Many superior court judges either

- recommended commutation or ap

proved the governor's action, includ including
ing including such as Henry C. Hammond of

Augusta, Judge Z. A. Littlejohn of

Americus, R. N. Hademan of Louis

ville, Judge Ben Hill of Atlanta, who!
denied the second motion for a new
trial, verbally recommended commu commutation,
tation, commutation, as did the late Judge Roan,
who denied the first new trial motion.

The latter put his recommendation in
writing.

for commutation of Frank's sentence.
The opinion 'that Frank was inno innocent
cent innocent or that there was serious doubt
as to his guilt, held by them, was
based in many cases on a careful
study of the record."
Shows Watson's Utter Un worthiness
, Mr. Loyless cites the famous Glov Glover
er Glover case to show that in that case
Watson insisted on Governor Hoke
Smith doing what he now condemns
Governor Slaton for having done. In
this connection Mr. Loyless says:
"I have said elsewhere in this ar article
ticle article that this same Tom Watson on
one occasion tried to get Governor
Hoke Smith to do the very thing he
has so bitterly condemned Governor
Slaton for doing commute the mur murderer
derer murderer of a defenseless factory girl.
"It was in' the year 1906. The mur-
AAfcr vxrga rna A ft Vim Jl-vf rmo f

Watson's henchmen. Glover's victim
was Maud Williamson, a working
girl employed in the Sibley Mills, Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, and who had refused to con continue
tinue continue her relations with Glover. The

and young children, invaded the Sib Sibley
ley Sibley mill and shot this poor, defense defenseless
less defenseless woman in the back. Then, when
she fell to her knees and began to beg
piteously for her life, he shot her
again and again, till she was dead.
"Glover was tried and promptly
convicted. Then Watson came into the
case, ostensibly on the ground that
Glover was his 'friend' and once sav saved
ed saved Watson's life at a political meeting
in Augusta many years ago.
''Watson advised Glover's leading
counsel, Messrs. A. L. Franklin and
C. A. Picquet of Augusta, to try to
keeD the case in the courts till Hoke

Smith was inaugurated as governor.
Watson had strongly supported Hoke
Smith in. his race, and said he could
depend on him.
"He afterward claimed that Hoke
Smith promised him that he would do
as he asked and commute Glover's
sentence. But Governor Smith did no
such thing, although he knew his re refusal
fusal refusal to do so would bring down

upon his head all of Watson's un

reasoning wrath.
"Glover was duly executed and

every one know3 what happened after
that. Watson immediately turned
upon Hoke Smith and has abused and
slandered him ever since as he has
abused and slandered no other man
except Governor Slaton.
"And the worst of it is, Tom Wat Watson
son Watson tried to secure a fee and I think
did secure a part of it for thus try trying
ing trying to save the life of this cold coldblooded
blooded coldblooded murderer, the man whom he
called his 'friend and who, he said,
in his personal plea to Governor
Smith, once saved his (Watson's)

life."

Chris O. Codrington, of DeLand,
editor of the DeLand News, confides
that he will launch the DeLand News
as a daily again this year, beginning
about November 1. He does not say,
though, whether he will carry an ed editorial
itorial editorial column this year. The gen genial
ial genial president of the Florida Press As Association
sociation Association admits he received a lot of
advertising from his editorial policy
of last year, i. e., saying something
only when something demanded it,
but we should like to see his brain
thoughts daily they're worth read reading
ing reading and thinking about. Orlando
Sentinel.
Codrington owes it to his readers
to have an editorial column. He al always
ways always has something to say and no
man can say it better.

At Clearwater Tuesday, Menden-;
hall's attorneys again tried to retard ;
the trial. They accused the sheriff j
of partisanship in obtaining evidence 1
against their client, and demanded
that names of jurors be drawn from

the jury box.

The court sustained the sheriff. It
i3 the popular impression that it is
the duty of a sheriff to secure evi evidence
dence evidence in a criminal caser and rather
unusual for him to be blamed if the
evidence is against the defendant.
Mendenhall's attorneys assert that
the newspapers are against their
client, and in regard to this the St.
Petersburg Independent makes the
following pertinent remarks:
"The newspapers had nothing
against Mendenhall, have nothing

against him now. He has been a good

citizen, has been a leader in the affairs

of this county, and the newspapers

would have been glad to see him clear

his skirts absolutely of the suspicion
of having killed Mrs. Eliot and her
daughter. But the public will not be

satisfied with his acquittal, if it is

done by legal trickery and technicali

ties of law. The public is weary of
the quibbling of lawyers and wants
cases tried on their merits and the
real facts determined on evidence.
They do not want to see Mendenhall,
by the power of money, escape be because
cause because somebody failed to dot an I or
cross a T."

For the first time in its history,

Volusia county is going to have a
fair. It will be held in DeLand com

mencing January 25 and continuing
for five days. St. Augustine Record.
Volusia is one of the best counties

in the state. It can have a splendid
fair if it tries.

One hundred and ten thousand

pounds of mullet were brought in by

fish boats yesterday. And people will
have the nerve to say the nation's

going broke. Miami Herald.

If we didn't live in Ocala, we would

want to move to Miami.

A cracker editor calls Tom Watson

"Georgia's greatest asset." Little
puzzle for today: Find the superfluous
letters. Columbia State.
If he called him Georgia's greatest
hyena there wouldn't be any super superfluous
fluous superfluous letters.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

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ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

WANTED to hear from farmers that
have shelled corn to selL M. W.

Moore, Dunedin, Fla. It

LOST Elk's stickpin, platinum, set

with diamonds. Reward will be paid
for return to Ed Dreyfous, at the

Ocala House Wine Rooms. 9-20

William J. Bryan will be in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Friday night, on his way to
Miami, and will deliver an address
at the Morocco Temple. Any hyphen hyphenated
ated hyphenated American who desires to kiss the
peerless is enthusiastically advised to
be present.

We beg Straub not to be worried.
We never shoot a man unless we are
practically certain he is about to
catch us, and we are not anxious to
set the fashion of killing editors for
the mistakes of linotype operators.

Gus Morton, who went to Blitchton
Monday to address the voters in be behalf
half behalf of Bloxham, found upon his ar arrival
rival arrival there a big burly nigger in
charge of the ceremonies, who upon

observation proved to be "Mr. Chair Chairman"
man" Chairman" Pick Mason (the quotation is

from the Ocala speakers) whereupon

he declared emphatically that if he

had "to call Mr. Nigger 'chairman to
get the county, it was then and there
a lost cause;" cranked his car and left

MONEY WANTED On new house.

A loan is wanted on a new cottage in

Ocala; title perfect. Address "Mon
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FOR SALE A good work horse;

gentle; will work anywhere; weight
about 1100 pounds. Will sell for $80

if sold at once. Call phone 10. 15-6t
WANTED To board and room reas

onably teacher or student. Private
fahiily. Apply to Mrs. M. E. Elliott,
across from new high school, 804 S.

Alvarez street. 9-16-Gt

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and modern conveniences. Apply

,813 Fort King avenue. 9-15-?

The Diamond
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By ROY L. AlcCARDELL

Copyright, 1915. by Roy U McCtrdeU

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This contest is open to any man.
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You are advised to see the continued
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the business center, and terms would
have to be easy. Address, House,

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WANTED Any one desiring board

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FOR SALE Two-story house on
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best locations in Ocala. Terms to
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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

HARIOX-DUXX 3IA SONIC liODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

A.. M., meets on the first and third

Thursday evening" of each month at

8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOOD!; OF THE WOULD

Fot King Camp No. 14 mtet3 at

the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. nu, every

second and rourtn Friday, visum?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

CHAPTER XXI.
"The Web of Destiny.
RAGING at Vivian Marston's
cool dismissal of him after ad admitting
mitting admitting she had married him
only to gain possession of the
diamond from the sky, Blair Stanley
was not wholly pleased at receiving
money from his mother in Richmond
and news that he might return.
He had half a mind not to go back
to Richmond, but he felt sure that
there was small hope of getting trace
of the diamond now that It had fallen
into the clutches of the train robbers.
"But if Vivian gets it and Bhe will pet
it if she hears of it and such a gem
will make Its presence known. he
thought "she must send for me. $
"Only as my wife can she hoijt? to
have any claim on the Stanley heir heirloom.
loom. heirloom. And If she will not have me
without the diamond she will have to
have me with itr
So Blair Stanley paid his bill at the
second rate Los Angeles hotel and, tak taking
ing taking his valise, proceeded to the depot
to take the train back east. He won wondered
dered wondered if anything had been heard la
Richmond or Fairfax of the missing
Arthur Stanley, the rightful heir.

He smiled as he thought of Arthur's
quixotic nature in fleeing as a fugitive
accused of a crime he was guiltless of
the murder of Dr. I.ee.
"I would like to see myself be such a
fool simply because I had, gone broke
through wasting my money.'- was
Blair Inward comment. He had al always
ways always hated his debonair supposed

FOR
SALE

CONCORDIA LODGE F. TJ. OP A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonst's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad-
OcALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS

The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 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, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KNIUHTH OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial nrelcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday In every month at
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secy.

Corner lot on
Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, east of D.
S. Woodrow's
residence, and
southwest of R.
S. Hall's resi residence.
dence. residence. Price is
reasonable and
the terms are
easy. Apply to
B. N. DOSH.

by, but Esther Is at the window of her

room each day to se him pass, and
they have arranged a signal should
ever Esther need this humble, faith faithful
ful faithful friend.
The ritual is a vase of roses. Vhen
this is placed upon the window sill
Qnabb.i knows it Is a sign that Esther
need. him. and tlay by day he passes
and is relieved to see that the signal
Is not displayed and all U welL
Esther, for the sake of the absent
Arthur, on whom her thoughts con constantly
stantly constantly dwell, has carefully hidden the
documents at Stanley hall that she
found In Ilagar's strong box. She has

said no word to those around her that

would Indicate she deems herself to
be other than the gypsy daughter of

the mentally clouded gypsy woman
whom the surgeons of Richmond hope

to restore to reason such time as she

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Either In Richmond Society.
is in condition for the perilous opera operation
tion operation that will te necessary to effect
this.
But Esther knows she is a Stanley
of Stanley hall. It does not lessen her
affection for the afflicted gypsy wo woman
man woman she has known as her mother.
Esther does nut even attempt to
Judge the motives that actuated llagar

Harding in revenge for having beea

deprived of her own child, who was
reared as heir of Stanley, while she,
Esther, the true Stanley, though a girl
and heir to no great title beyond the
sea, was brought up in the tawdry
surroundings of a gypsy camp. But
tha thought that she U n Staple t of
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AN IMPORTANT LETTER

FROM A TALLAHASSEE
WOMAN.
Tallanassee, Fla. "I have taken Dr.

Pierce's Favorite Prescription and have

found it just what
it is claimed to be,
I had woman'

trouble. After my

hrst baby was born

my neaitn was

ruined. 1 was bo
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advise alt mothers to take Dr. Pierce's

Favorite Prescription. I always tell ths
pood news to all." Mrs. Saixis Sierra,
115 St. Francis St., Tallahassee, Fla.
There is nothing that will bring com

fort and renew hope to the invalid bo
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forces are at low ebb and everything

seems useless a ray of joy and assurancs

will stimulate the weary body. A letter

from a loved one has turned the tide La

manv a eaece of sickness.

Doctor Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel.

Buffalo, N. Y., has good news for every
suffering woman. W rite him to-day and
tell him your troubles, and he will send

you just the right advice to restore you

to health and bring back the roses to

your cheeks, and without charge. His

rescue of thousands of suffering women.

Many grateful patients have taken Dr.

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Send three dimes (or stamps) for mail
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Buffalo, N. Y., and you will receive a
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OCALA EVENING STAB WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1915

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(If you have any items for this
Our Evening Thought j
Every one may not be fair without,
but they be fair within. There is
nothing nearer akin to heaven and
the angels than purity. Pure thoughts
and pure words proceed only from a
pure heart. Let us therefore see to
it that our hearts are spotless and
then shall our influence be beautiful
and the lily of purity shall send forth
daily sweetness from our souls. A.
L. Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Frink were
sharing business and pleasure with
friends upon our streets yesterday,
returning to their home at Berlin
late in the afternoon.
Mrs. J. B. Borland and daughters,
Misses Ethel and Louise Borland,
with Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Dupree,
were in the city last evening, motor motoring
ing motoring down from Citra to witness the
pictures at the Temle.
Miss Lydie McDoughal left this
afternoon for Columbia College at
Lake City, where she will teach dur during
ing during the coming winter.
Miss Emma Washburn returned
home yesterday afternoon from a
professional visit of some days to
Miss Bessie Forter of Morriston.
Misses Sadie Hope and Edith Per Perkins
kins Perkins of Jacksonville are guests of
Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and family.
Mr. W. J. Hilands arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a lengthy stay
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with his family in Asheville. Mrs.
Highlands and Mrs. W. S. Hilands
will remain in the mountain city for
some time yet.
A voice over the 'phone sang glee
fully this morning, "O, I am so happy
because I am so busy; isn't it good to
be busy?" Replacing the receiver, I
smiled a yes to my happy self, and
thought God help and bless our world
of busy women. They are not too
proud to earn their own living, or
ashamed to be caught at their daily
task. They have their sweetest smiles
to give from desk, counter or print printer's
er's printer's case, and because of that sweet
smile there dwells memories in every everything
thing everything they touch, and like the brave
mountaineers they do not mind the
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An Enjoyable Evening
A crowd of the young folks had a
most enjoyable evening at Silver
Springs last evening, and passed
some very pleasant hours, boatriding
and bathing. A special treat was the
fish fry, at the preparation of which
Mrs. R. E. Brigance presided.
Those composing the party were
Misses Marjorie and Donnie Taylor,
Gamett Bose, Jettie McConn, Evola
Strong, Marguerite Moore, Rebecca
Counts, Irma Brigance, Mabel Akin,
Gertie Briirance and Mary Lena

Hayes, Messrs. Ellis Brigance, Roy
Samson, Tom Pullen, John Needham,
Willie Needham, Henry Wiley, Bill
Altman, L. L. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Whitley and Mrs. R. E. Brigance.
Mr. W. J. Crosby of Citra is spend spending
ing spending a few days in Tallahassee, where
he went Monday with his daughter,
Miss Ethel Crosby, who will be a
student at the State College for the
winter.
Masses Lula and Edith Griffin of
Sneads and Miss Marcella McLane of
Panasoffkee, will arrive tomorrow af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. These young ladies will
teach in the primary school the com coming
ing coming winter and will make their home
with Miss Byrd Wartmann.
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Reeves and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Redding were guests
of friends in the city from Inverness
yesterday afternoon.
Miss Lutie Smith concluded yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon a delightful several
weeks' visit to her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson. Miss
Smith has been one of the season's
most popular guests and her going
has caused sincere regret to a legion
of friends.
m
Silver Springs was the destination
of many automobile parties last eve evening.
ning. evening. A large number sought the
water's edge to enjoy the brilliancy
of the harvest moon and bask in its
limpid beams. Boating, picnicking
and swimming were the diversions,
for the evening was a typical mid midsummer
summer midsummer one.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Jones and little
son Herbert, are spending this week
at Daytona Beach, going over' yester yesterday
day yesterday in their automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson arriv
ed this afternoon from an extensive
bridal trip througs the southern part
of the state, visiting Miami, Key
West and Orlando. Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson will make their homo at
the Colonial for a while.
Mr. Herbert Martin of this city,
now residing in Auburn, Ala., will act
as best man to Mr. Ira Boon Kerlin
at his mprriage on October 6 to Miss
Matilea Stroud of Marion, Ala.
Mrs. J. R. Moorehead has returned
from a few days' visit to Gainesville,
where she has been with Miss Har-
riss in the interest of the state can
ning club work.
Dr. and Mrs. von Engleken left this
morning in their automobile for a
pleasure trip to Homosassa, Kissim
mee and St. Cloud, instead of on last
Monday as they had at first Intended.
Mrs. Mendenhall and daughter, Miss
Ella Mendenhall, will arrive tomorrow
to spend the winter at the residence
of Mrs. Juhan's on Ft. King Ave.
Mr. and Mrs." James Badger are
shopping and visiting relatives in the
city today, motoring in from their
home at Emathla this morning.
Miss Myrtle Thornton has returned
to her home in Gainesville after a de
lightful visit to friends in this city.
Miss Sue Moore who has been the
guest of relatives in Micanopy and
Jacksonville for some weeks is now
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Bryan
Walker in Gainesville. Miss Moore
will return to her home the latter
part of this week.
Mr. D. W. Davis' family are mov
ing home from Lake Weir, where
they have spent the summer most de
lightfully.
The Ocala School of Music will
open its eighth season of instruction
in violin, piano and science of music
on Friday, Sept. 24, with Miss Mary
Connor, director and proprietor and
Miss Maude Mcintosh primary in instructor.
structor. instructor. The studio, corner Fort
King avenue and Magnolia street, in
Jerry Burnett's building, will be open
from 2 to 4 daily.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom Jr. and little
daughter Mary, are expected today
from a long visit to Mrs. Newsom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Taylor
and family in Jacksonville.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle of Ocala,
who has been in the city for several
days visiting Mrs. Guy Mixson, has
returned to her home to the regret of
her many friends here. Gainesville
Sun.
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 443, Ocala,
Fla. 9-2-lm
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gene's. tf.

THE
DIAMOND FROM
THE SKY

(Continued from Page Two)
Stanley haft, though It be not known
nor acknowledged, brings a glow of
pride and courage to Esther's heart.
She attributes Sirs. Stanley's sudden
and substantial kindness to her to the
fact that Mrs. Stanley has more than
a suspicion of who she rightly Is. But
she and Blair's mother have tacitly
ignored the matter. Esther only knows
that her love for Arthur Is greater
than her pride at being a Stanley of
Stanley halL
She would rather arm her heart with
patience and let events shape them themselves
selves themselves as a happy fate will decree, she
hopes.
Fler dreams and hopes are all to one
end. and that U that Arthur will re return,
turn, return, all suspicion removed, and take
his place as heir to Stanley. She does
not know how to reconcile this hope
and dream with Mrs. Stanley's atti attitude.
tude. attitude. But at present Mrs. Stanley's
attitude is kind, and Esther waits, pos possessing
sessing possessing her soul with patience and her
heart with hopes and dreams.
Marmaduke Smythe. the English law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, has given up his search for the
heir to the Stanley earldom In disgust
He has left the matter in the hands of
Detective Tom Blake and departed for
England.
In his last Interview with Detective
Blake Smythe stated his opinion of
Yankees generally and the Yankee
Stanleys In particular.
"I can conscientiously say that I do
not believe the climate of this country
is conducive to a titled aristocracy.
Even the so called landed gentry are a
queer lot," said Lawyer Smythe.
"When I was here eighteen years ago
to verify the -birth of the Yankee heir
to the earldom I was in danger of my
life, I assure you.
"I had hardly returned to England
when I learned of Colonel Stanley
dropping dead and Judge Stanley be being
ing being shot or tomahawked to the moun mountains
tains mountains by natives, whether relatives or
savage redskins or a blackamoor tribe
nobody will ever know. For my part
I shall return to England and look
after the estates, and If this young
Arthur Stanley Is caught and hanged
for murdering Dr. Lee, whom I re remember
member remember as a rather decent old chap,
why, the next of kin, who Is also a
ticket of leave man or something of
that sort, can come over and claim
the earldom.
"As for this diamond from the sky.
so called. believe it Is all a hoax.
I am going back to England and
look through the archives at Stanley
castle with the hope of establishing a
blood line in England that may get the
house of lords to acknowledge Its claim
to the earldom and cut out these blood bloodthirsty
thirsty bloodthirsty Yankee Stanleys and their
blooming big diamond!
Tousln, although he had always dls dls-lulsed
lulsed dls-lulsed It, but now his hatred was rain rain-lied
lied rain-lied with contempt.
The hotel Blair had been stopping at
was near the depot, and he was pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding leisurely toward the station
when be was aware that he was being
followed by a hulking panhandler. He
turned and faced the fellow. It was
Luke LovelL a gypsy that Blair had
seen several times in and around Fair Fairfax.
fax. Fairfax. The gypsy regarded him eagerly
and touched his hat.
"It's a surprise to meet you here. Mr.
Stanley," said the fellow. "1 am out
teeing the world; I am not a gypsy any
more."
"No, you're a tramp now." replied
Blair contemptuously.
"I'll admit I have tramped." returned
Lovell, not at all abashed. "But I
have tramped to some good purpose. I
have tramped a couple of thousand
miles, and now that 1 meet up with
you i can tell you I know something
you'd give a good many thousand do!-.
lars to hear, because it would be worth
money and more than money to, you If
you knew It"
Blair regarded the" gypsy tramp with
a sneer. "It is runny," he said, "you
gypsies can tell everybody's fortune but
your own."
"Gypsies sometimes tell their own
fortunes, too," retorted LovelL Then
a sudden idea seized him. "What a
fool I am!" he cried. "Why, If 1 told
you what I knew you'd take advantage
of it, but you'd never give me a cent
The secret have Is one that I will
be paid to keep and not to telL" And
laughing sardonically the gypsy turned
upon his heel and swaggered away.
"It's queer what booze will do to
them," thought the cynical Blair. "It's
a wonder he didn't try to borrow a dol
lar from me; I believe that's the price
the gypsies ask to tell a man's fortune
They tell women's fortunes cheaper."
And he shrugged his shoulders and
forgot the incident; in. musing over Ylv
lan's desertion of himself and wonder wondering
ing wondering how his mother would treat him In
Richmond.
But while her erstwhile husband is
traveling toward Richmond the viva viva-clous
clous viva-clous Vivian, Installed luxuriously at
the best hotel, has wired her friend.
Mr. Abraham Bloom, that she Is In
Los Angeles and, having got rW of
Blair Stanley, hopes to find some trace
of the diamond from the sky. Of
course she has telegraphed for funds
to Mr. Bloom as well.
In due time she receives an answer
lag message. Mr. Bloom gallantly no
tifies her that be 13 telegraphing her
$500 and that he expects her to stay
in the far west, iu the big cities near
where the train robbery was commit
ted, for the purrose of locating the
great jewel which Mr. Bloom is deter
mined to iMjssess.
In Richmond Mrs. Stanley still main maintains
tains maintains her attitude of kindly Interest In
Esther. Mrs. Randolph Is overjoyed
to have a protege of Esther's distinc
tion ..f ;:.jM'iir;ii -e and youth.
v Hi'irnr H placed In a sanltar-iin-i
i.m !it t!ie Ut of care Esther feels
that !: t:; ji t last found friends to
h-r !.. :!! in-", and she keeps up a good
heart in ih- hoje that her foster moth
er will Ih restored to reason. Often
she appeals to the doctors to save her
mother's reason.
She hopes also Arthur will return

mun oe cirairo irroj uie wuspicina
guilt that attaches to him since bis
flight under the accusation of being
the murderer of her guardian. Dr. Lee.
But Esther lltUe dreams that the
habits of thought and the cold ambi ambition
tion ambition of a lifetime are not easily
changed. Blair Stanley's mother. In
her austere way. has been kind to
Esther. It Is true, and the frivolous
Mrs. Randolph Is kind, and also gen generous.
erous. generous. But Mrs. Randolph is only a tool In
the hands of her relative. Mrs. Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, and Esther but the destined vic victim
tim victim uf Blair's mother's secret purpose.

iue one real mend that Esther has
n
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Esther and Hgr, Hr Insans Fostsr
Mother.
In Richmond is Qtiabba." Both he and
Esther have realized It will not do for
the humble huuehhack organ grinder
;o be seen In proximity to the vounz
girl. Mrs. Randolph's latest protege.
being intriHluced Into the best circles
of Richmond. an that social light of
the old !iithern capital would have
phrased It
But every day at a certain hour
Quabba goes by the Randolph house,
up the quiet side street He does not
pause to play his vulgar tunes In such
hallowed precincts. He slips quietly
( Continued l'omorrow)
Ask for BUTTEIi 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
E. C. Jordan & Co.
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Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
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I have recently returned from
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pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
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on lenses of every description for
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the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has abont 1C0
'deed records and 45 mortgage records and SO of miscellanectis .rec .rec-orsd
orsd .rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these Is the
record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
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SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE THIS EJ
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TRY our Fresh Meat it will
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Also fine Jine of Groceries.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1915

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Board of Trade meets Thursday
evening.

Mr. Bethel Gallagher will leave to tomorrow'
morrow' tomorrow' for a fortnights visit to
friends in Ulinoise and Kentucky.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf

' Mr. C. Stanaland, of Lynn, and Mr.
Tobe Fort are business representa representatives
tives representatives from their section in the city today.

Garden and flower seed of every

kind. Bitting & Co., 410 North Mag
nolia street. 17-Gt

Mr. Usher Norwood left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Arcadia, to take a position
with the C. H. & N. Mr. Norwood

has been connected with the Ocala

railroads, first the Seaboard and later
the Coast Line, for a number of years,

and has proven most efficient. While

his Ocala friends much regret to lose
him, they hope he will prosper in his
new location.

TOOK TIIE TEST

Mr. Samuel billy, the other day,
received a bunch of heather direct
from old Scotland, and delighted some
of his compatriots by dividing the
sprigs with them.
Luela Grifliin, a colored woman was
adjudged insane yesterday in the
county judge's court. She will be sent
to the state asylumn as soon as an at attendant
tendant attendant arrives.

Mr. R. A. McDaniel, a large and
good-looking young man from Dunel Dunel-lon
lon Dunel-lon is taking Mr. Wells' place on the
police force during the latter 's vacation-
Except on the waistline, Mr.
McDaniel resembles Governor Tram-mell.

Sweet pea and nasturtium seed
just in. Bitting & Co., 410 N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 17-6t
Mr. R. T. Adams of the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington says business i3 better at his ho hotel
tel hotel than it was a year ago, and he

has reason to hope for a better sea season
son season all thru than the last one. Other
hotels in the state report improve improvement.
ment. improvement. We notice quite a number of
people going south on the trains ev every
ery every day, particularly on the Coast
Line, which is already taking a good
many winter residents to St. Peteers Peteers-burg
burg Peteers-burg and other places on the Pinellas
peninsula.
Mr. Holmes Walters is steadily im improving
proving improving from his recent severe illness
at the hospital, which news will be of
greatest interest to his many friends.
J. D. Rooney of Ocala was at Eas Eas-tis
tis Eas-tis the other day and made a speech.
The Lake Region declares he had
something to say, too. Gainesville
Sun.

The Newest Remedy fop
BACKACHE. RHEUMATISM AND DROPSY

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' Kidney, ;, Bladder and Uric Acid
troubles bring misery to many. When
the kidneys are weak or diseased,
these natural filters do not cler.nse
the blood sufficiently, and the poisons
are carried to all parts of the body.
There follow depression, aches and
pains, heaviness, chilliness and rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. ; In some people there are
sharp, pains in the back and loins,
distressing! bladder disorders and
sometimes obstinate dropsy. The uric
acid sometimes forms into gravel or
kidney stones. When. : the uric acid
affects the muscles and joints, it
causes lumbago, rheumatism; gout or
sciatica. This is the1 time to try "An "An-uric."
uric." "An-uric." :
During digestion uric acid is ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed into the system from meat
eaten, and even from some vegetables.
The poor kidneys get tired and back backache
ache backache begins. This is a good time to
take "An-uric," the new discovery of

Dr. Pierce for kidney trouble and
backache. Neglected kidney trouble is
responsible for many deaths, and in insurance
surance insurance company examining doctors
always test the water of an applicant
before a policy will be issued. Have
you set aside a bottle of water for
twenty-four hours? A heavy sediment
or settling sometimes indicates kid kidney
ney kidney trouble. The true nature and
character of diseases, especially those
of the kidneys and urinary organs,
can often be determined by a careful
chemical analysis and microscopical
examination this is done by expert
chemists of the medical staff of the
Invalids' Hotel. If you "wish to know
your condition send a sample of your
water to Doctor Pierce's Iinvalids
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and describe
your symptoms. It .will be examined
without any expense to you, and Doc Doctor
tor Doctor Pierce or his staff of assisting
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List of Teachers Who Made Certifi Certificates
cates Certificates on the Recent Examina Examinations
tions Examinations Held in Ocala
Frederick H. Andres, Fort McCoy.
Mrs. May L. Ashworth, Zuber.
Miss Emmilee Bridges, Coleman.
Robert Connor, Oklawaha.
' Miss Ethel Crosby, Ocala.
Miss Susie Ervin, Ocala.
Earl Grantham, Fort McCoy.
Miss Lena Day Godbey, Waldo.
Miss Annie Mae Hawkins, Alachua.
Thereon Hall, Lowell.

Miss Carrie Holly, Conner.
Miss Yeba Johnson, Santos.
Miss Lillie Marsh, Ocala.
Miss Eunice Marsh, Ocala.
Miss Louise Nash, Hawthorne.
Miss Tommie Standley, Ocala.
W. P. Shigley, Orange Springs.
Miss Una Shealy, Lowell.
Miss Bertha Snow, Ocala.
G. Fred Turner, Cotton Plant.
Miss Jean Teague, Lady Lake.
Miss Susan Tidball, Ocala.
Miss Clarissa Whitaker, Dunnellon.
Miss Bessie Wyche, Micanopy.
Miss Wenona Wetherbee, Ocala.
Of the 54 white applicants one gave
up the examination at the end of the
first day and one was sick one day
and took the remainder of the ex examination
amination examination but was not in line for a
certificate.
Of the certificates issued two were
of the first grade, eight of the second

grade and fifteen of the third grade,

and of those finishing the examination
seven were not awarded certificates.

List of negro certificates issued, all
of the third grade and out of twenty-

seven applicants:

Petrona Bonner, Mrs. L. A. Bryant,

Theodore Menchan, Mrs. A. A. Sharp
erson, James H. A. Smith, Ocala.
The examinations are always con

ducted under the general direction of

the superintendent and the whites
were in immediate charge of Miss
Nellie Stevens and the colored under
the supervision of Mr. B. R. Blitch

and J. D. McCall, principal of How
ard Academy.

The papers were graded by Mrs.
H. S. Wesson and Miss Elizabeth Mi Mi-zelle
zelle Mi-zelle of the Ocala school, Miss Mary

Nash of the Grahamville school and

Mr. E. H. Miller, principal of the Mc

intosh school.

HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT

Milk examination, dairy, market
and bakery inspection for the month
of August:

DAIRY

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POINTS THE WAY

Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Miss Catherine
Pyles and Mrs. Lorenzo Cullum were
pleasant guests of Mrs. Rube Redding

one day, this week at her beautiful

home on Orange avenue, south of

Ocala, and the time was spent most

pleasantly.

The many friends of Mrs. J. IL
McConn will be glad to know that
she is improving rapidly from her
long and serious illness and will soon
be herself again.

Mr. J. B. Carlisle's family went to
Lake Weir this afternoon to spend ten
days.

Mr. J. R. Martin has returned from
Atlanta.

Dr. W. R. Burns of Umatilla, with
his wife and family, were in town
yesterday and today.

The Haycraft Milliners will hold its
annual fall opening during the next
three days. This year's display is one
of the most extensive this concern

has ever had, and the ladies of the

city are looking rorward with much
pleasure to the formal opening to

morrow morning.

FOR SALE Everett Piano, excellent
condition, a bargain. Also large tub

ferns. Mrs. C. C. Bryant, 303 Watula

street. 9226t.

We have a lew or the famous Shu

mate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The

Court Pharmacy. tf

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"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-

all, Gowanda, N. Y. "WTien I began

taking this medicine I was in great
pain and feeling terribly sick, due to
an attack of summer complaint. After

taking a dose oi it I had not long to

wait Tor relief as it benefited me al almost
most almost immediately." Obtainable everywhere.

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Do you want to buy a pretty little,

bran new cottage on easy terms? If

so, address "Cottage," care the Star

office. 9-19-6t

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Li no limit to what the future has In store,

and yet during the pe period
riod period of expectancy,
much depends upon
the physical comfort of
the mother. One of the

Jjest aids Is a remedy
known as Motherj
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the muscles, it pene penetrate,
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use it with your own Land, apply It as need needed,
ed, needed, and at once feel a sense of relief.
Mothers who have learned all this froa.
experience tell of the blessed relief from
morning; sickness, tne absence of strain and
the undoubted healthful Influence Imparted to
the. coming baby.
Get a bottle of this splendid help today.
Phone your nearest druggist or seud for it.
Then write Brad field Regulator Co., 40 1 La Lamar
mar Lamar Bldg Atlanta, Ga for a valuable book
of Instruction for expectant mothers.
"Mother's Friend" is recommended every everywhere
where everywhere by women who have used it. Ami you
can read some very interesting letters if yoq
sprite for this book.

Marion Farms 74 3.1 170,000
Ocala Heights 90 4.4 5G.000

Hewitt 84 4.6 50,000

Campbell Farm ...83 4.5 91,003

Hall's Farm 80 4.3 93.000
Mrs. Pyles 72
Mrs. Roller 55
Mrs. Close 82
() Sells only butter and butter buttermilk.
milk. buttermilk. Market and bakery inspection:
Marsh excellent; Teuton, Mordis.
Carter, Heintz, Carn-Thomas, Sara Sarasota,
sota, Sarasota, Schlemmer, Dawkins, Lowe,
Fausett, good; Golman, Kasminski,
Sabie, Freeman, Thomas, fair.
H. F. Watt, City Health Officer.

BETTER BABY CONTEST

Are you getting ready for thBet thBet-ter
ter thBet-ter Baby Contest to be held by the
Woman's Club, Nov. 15-1C-17, at the
club house building, corner of Adams
and Tuscawilla streets? There will
be no cash prizes but a beautiful
bronze medal given by the Woman's
Home Companion. Get your applica application
tion application blanks from Mrs. E. G. Peek,
Ocala, Fla.

While in Ocala yesterday, the state
officials, Messrs. Knott and Luning
promised Secretary Cobb of the Mar Marion
ion Marion Fair Association that the Marion
Farms should make an exhibit at the
fair this year.

Secretary Cobb of the fair associa association
tion association with Mrs. Tweedy and Mr. E. C.
Bennett visited the Marion Farms
yesterday. If he had a little encour encouragement,
agement, encouragement, Mr. Bennett would obtain
some moving pictures of i the fair to
show our own people and send abroad.

Mr. J. M. Meffert returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon on No. 39, from Gainesville,
where he attended the meeting of the
county demonstrators. Mr. Bruce
Meffert, who was also in Gainesville,
took his father to the railroad in his
auto, and then lit out in his little tin
car for Ocala. When Mr. Meffert ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala, he found Bruce wait
ing for him at the station, and accus accused
ed accused him of riding on the engine. But
when Bruce showed him the car, he
had to concede that he had beaten
the train in the race.

NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, reupholstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Fla. 9-2-lm

A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
GenVs. tf.

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be iust as repre represented,
sented, represented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid lfver and a disorder disordered
ed disordered condition sof the digestive organs.
They are worth their weighs In gold,"
writes Miss Clara A. Driggt, Elba, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere.
WANTED A good lady canvasser

for the city of Ocala. Liberal con contract
tract contract to right party. Address J. H.
Thomas, P. O. Box 102, Gainesville,

Fla. 9-22-lt

Those cakes made at Carter's "Bak
ery under the name "DELICIOUS
are everything that the name indi

cates. Six flavors made fresh every

day and put up in 10c packages. Ac
cept no other. tf

Automobile for exchange for real
estate. Car is five-passenger Buick;
electric lighted, in good condition.

Address, Exchange, care Star. 13-12t

A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Ceng's. tf

Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at

uerig s.

tf.

For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8 2-tf Lattner's Piano Store.

Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

W. K. Lane, 2L D-, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.

Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

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

BILIOUSNESS
AND CONSTIPATION
It is certainly surprising that any

woman will endure the miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and consti

pation, when relief is so easily nad

and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.

Peek, Gates, N. Y wntes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles of Cham

berlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation." Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere.

The Statement of this Crystal River
Resident Will Interest Our
Readers
Our neighborhood town. Crystal
River, points the way in the words of
one of its most respected citizens:
M. Peterson, Box 93, Crystal River,
Fla., says: "I was annoyed by a lame
back and pains in my kidneys. It hurt

i me to stoop or lift and my kidneys

didn't act regularly. I used two box boxes
es boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills and they
regulated the action of my kidneys
md removed the lameness and sore soreness
ness soreness in my back."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't ask
for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills the same kind that Mr. Pe Peterson
terson Peterson had.. Foster-Mil burn Co,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad.5

rJKD POTATOES

Our new Irish potatoes for fall i

planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

SEE THE FA RSI on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.

NOT EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S
"I have tried most all of the cough
cures and find that there is none4 that
equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It has never failed to give me prompt
relief," writes W. V. Harner, Mont Mont-pelier,
pelier, Mont-pelier, Ind. When you have a cold
give this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what splendid medicine it is.
Obtainable everywhere.

Our Sliavxxxg .S-oi-r
will make your

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Buy your shaving things in our drug store
aud you can quickly have a smooth, clean shave.
Our soaps, brushes, strops and razors are the
finest in the market and will make your shaving a
comfort and a joy.
Don't neglect vour hair. It is easier to stop It
from falling out than to restore it after it is gone.
Get some hair tonic now.
We are always glad to help with suggestions.
4nti-Monopoly Brag Store.
WE TAKE CARE

JOHN THOMPSON
CARPENTER
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
OCALA FLORIDA

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Broadway and 14th Street.

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A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and nomelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.

American Plan, $2 per D:
and tip ..
European Tlan, $1 per I)
and tip.

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES

CHURCHILL &. COMPANY

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The Maxwell is the Best Looking,
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Of any of the 1916 Produce

The MAXWELL will give you MORE Tire, Gasolene and OIir.:iIcs
and Less Expense for General Upkeep than any automobile made, with
no exceptions. You can see the new car and get a demonstration of what
it will do by calling on the agent. Catalogs and specifications mailed on request

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