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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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" VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915 NO. 232
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TfcEGRAPH SERVICE

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from German Trenches

TURKS SUFFER DEFEAT HEAR MESOPOTAMIA

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(Associated
. London, Sept. 30. The struggle on
the western front has become clearly
a battle for the possession of Lens,
which is nine miles northeast of Ar Arras.
ras. Arras. The capture of this town would
bring into the foreground the possi possibility
bility possibility of the Allies re-taking Lille."
North of Lens the Allies hold hills
70 and 140, dominating the towifcvA
Paris official dispatch last said said
merely that this crest had been reach reached.
ed. reached. Presumably a terrific counter at attack
tack attack is raging there today.
ALLIES ADVANCE IN CHAM CHAM--
- CHAM-- PAGNE DISTRICT
'Today's official reports relate "fur "further
ther "further French advances in the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne district. Some detachments
got beyond the German lines but
were i orced to return to r. the second
German defenses, which hid been
their positions, because of heavy rifle
and artillery fire." '
FIGHTING IN MUD AND FOG
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Rain, fog and muddy grounds are
hampering the movements of the
armies. The Allies', offensive has been
confined to a stretch of less than thir thirty
ty thirty miles. The general belief here
-is that this is merely a prelude to
what is, coming. There is the usual
speculation regarding the shifting of
the German forces from the eastern
front to the west. Reliable informa information
tion information is lacking. Against the report
that some Prussian guards have been
sent west,' there are rumors that Hin-
denburg has been heavily reinforced.
The Austrians are apparently re receiving
ceiving receiving fresh troops also.
BRITISH NEARING BAGDAD
The British victory over the Turks
in Mesopotamia brffigs General Sir
John Nixon's men within 150 miles of
Bagdad. The news came unheralded
here, as the fighting there had been
almost forgotten. Whether the Brit British
ish British will try to reach Bagdad is prob problematical.
lematical. problematical. The concensus of opinion
is that the Turk' resistance is crushed
. there.
ZEPPELINS VISIT THE ENGLISH
COAST
An Amsterdam dispatch to the
Central News says six Zeppelins
were seen at. Aerschot today, travel
ing west.
STORM WARNINGS
ORDERED UP ON ATLANTIC AND
' GULF COASTS STORM HAS
, SPENT IS FORCE
C Associated Tress)
Washington, Sept. 30. The West
Indian hurricane which is raging in
the central interior of Mississippi to today
day today has spent much of its force. Gen General
eral General rains are forecasted" for the next
thirty-six hours in East Mississippi.
Storm warning have been ordered up
from Cedar Key to Mobile and from
Jacksonville to Wilmington.
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be just as repre represented,
sented, represented, a quick relief" for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid liver and a disorder
ed condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,"
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere.

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Press)
FINANCIERS ARE PLANNING TO
PLACE BONDS IN TWO
WEEKS
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 30. Announce Announcement
ment Announcement was made -this morning that the
completion of the details of the
method for marketing the half billion
dollar Ahgl(T-French five-year bonds'
will probably be made late today by
J. P. Morgan and company represen representatives.
tatives. representatives. Financial institutions are in
conference today, looking to the adop adoption
tion adoption of some . definite program for
placing the issue of bonds on the
market within a fortnight. The finan financiers
ciers financiers are trying to decide the size of
the subscriptions that -will be allow allowed,
ed, allowed, when the bonds will be sold and
the terms for smaller denominations.
Indications are that the life of the
syndicate will be sixty or ninety days.
OCALA'S CAR WAS
THE BELL COW
Says the Times-Union in regard to
Ocala's car. in the Dixie Highway
parade:
The Ocala delegation yesterday in
the Dixie Highway parade insofar as
one car is concerned, has the. just
claim to winning the honors as the
official "belleow." Besides being gen
erally dolled up in colors and with
several printed placards, the Ocala
people actually had a number of
cowbells. The particular car contain
ed D. E. Mclver, M. L. Reynolds,
Harvey-Clark, Judge Titcomb and J.
D. Rooney. There were- a number of
other Ocala people in'the parade also.
REMODELING 3IG HOUSE
Mrs. Kate Brinkley'is having the
large Anderson residence on Fort
King avenue, recently purchased by
her, entirely remodeled and will move
into the property in about two weeks.
Mr. John Thomson, the contractor,
is doing the entire job. The house i3j
being newly papered and painted, in
side and out, screened", a new porch
added in the rear, a sleeping porh: on
the east side, three private bath
rooms with modern plumbing, and
the entire premises worked over and
beautified. The servant's house is
being rebuilt and and new garage is
being added. Mrs. Brinkley will have
a number of very choice rooms to
rent which, with the excellent loca-
tion of the property, will be in ready
demand.
; ;
NOTICE
I wish to announce that Dr. C. W.
Moremen of Bartow, Fla., is now as-1
sociated with me in my dental prac
tice
Dr. Moremen is a graduate of
the Southern Dental College of At-
lanta, Ga., which is recognized among
the best, schools in the country.
9 30 tf Dr. L. F. Blalock.

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EMPEROR WILLIAM JOINS
TROOPS IN THE WEST
(Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 30. The war office
this morning announces- the capture
of an important German defensive
work south of Ripont." In the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne district French troops have
gained a footing at various poinis on
the German second line defenses.
FRENCH VICTORIES DENIED
GERMANS
BY
The Allies' drives in the Artois and
Champagne districts have brought
gains in both aras, according to the
French. However, German accounts
deny this.
DESPERATE FIGHTING IN THE
CHAMPAGNE DISTRICT
In the Artois region the -French
claim to have reached hill 140, east
of Vimy, which commands the plains
to the east, and the roads and railway
which runs south to Leas. In the
Champagne district the Germans are
making desperate efforts to keep the
French from the railway junction,
north of Massiges. This railway con connects"
nects" connects" the German armies InHhe Ar Ar-gonne
gonne Ar-gonne with their base at Vouziers.
BELGIANS
PUT GERMANS
ROUT
TO
The heaviest fighting is under way
south of the Lebasse canal, where the
British are attacking the German's
third line of defense. Belgium -has
stripped the German troops and rein reinforcements
forcements reinforcements are arriving from the
east, here," to meet the British.
EMPEROR WILLIAM AT y WEST WESTERN
ERN WESTERN FRONT
It is .reported that the German em emperor
peror emperor has arrived on the western
front. The Germans are. tryfng to
divert the Allies with' artillery ac actions,
tions, actions, north and south of the Aisne.
GERMANS ADMIT- LOSS'OF niLL
NO. 191 ;
Berlin, Sept. 30. The loss of hill
191, in the Champagne region north
of Massignes to the -Allies, is an announced
nounced announced here officially.
BAD
ADVERTISEMENT
FOR CITY BEAUTIFUL
. Editor. Star: I notice an article in
one- of Ocala's papers headed,
Ocala More and More Becoming the
City Beautiful
and wish to say that the paper in
question has failed to notice what I
have seen in the four days I have
been in your city.
-1 have noticed every morning be between
tween between the hours of about 6 and 8
o'clock, from two to three drivers of
public automobiles stretched out on
the front seat of the car with their
ffeet either extending out to the walk
or .to the street and sound asleep. Be
sides they seem dirty. In all, it is not
a pleasant sight.
I am covering a big portion of the
United States, towns and cities of
very size and this is the only place
(Ocala) where such conditions exist.
Have 'you any police in this town?
Or are they blind or do not care to
see ? Likewise, what about tthe hotel
managers in front of whose hotels
such conditions exist. To say the
least, I am astonished at Ocala and
so are others, and yet it is "The City
Beautiful." Yours truly,
A Traveling Man.
. Little Children.
The influence of Uttle chUdren is to
avoiAr ,ico ma.r, t,t irnmon

j Their example tenches lore. hope, faith, j one and the prospects for Fort King
trust, contentment, joy, delight and ; camp having a competent degree team
s cheerfulness, and quickly to forgive! in the near future are very bright.
land forget unkindness. injustice andi The committee is pushing the work
j Injury received from others. Srjjht along and has decided to hold

A 1 TIPVV 1 J 1 I T 1 i- T I Tl III 1 I 1 I I I H I I
uemonsira0.
Here's where I show mv class.'
th nrofpi-;iir h ilpmonstntwl
j the PI.oblem on tbe Mackboard.-Dart-
j mouth Jack o Lantern.
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It is difficulties which show what
men are. Eplctetus.

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VINCENT BLOWN UP IN WHITE
SEA MONDAY CREW WAS
SAVED
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 30. The Amer-j
ican sailing ship Vincent was blown
up by a mine Monday, Sept. 27th, off
Cape Orloff, in the white Sea. The
vessel was a total loss but her crew
was saved. Captain Amberman of
the Vincent and three men were in-j
jured when the vessel struck. The
loss of the Vincent is reported in con
sular dispatches to thestate depart
ment. The men are t Archangel.
THE PASSING OF THE HIGHBALL
i
At
10 U Clock lonight the Curtain
will be Rung Down on the Se-
ductive Highball and Cocktail -r

Many of the young men of the city,'two and a half blocks up in the busi.j
and some of. the older ones, too, are ness section. There is considerable!
preparing to celebrate in great style pr0perty damage as a result of the
this evening the last hours of the j stornu 0ne man s kiUed during during-highball,
highball, during-highball, dry Martini and Manhattan j the night by a nve wire.
and the last "schooner" to cross the

bar unless the unexpected happens j WORST OF STORM nAS PASSED
and the Davis law is knocked out. j j
, , The restoration of wire orinter-
Unless the unforseen should come communicatioQ
to pass, 10 o clock tonight will see the U Qrleans .g anxiousl awaited.
last of these scenes enacted, in the F e wireless messages re-
bars of the city and after that ourceived tod indicated A&t the storm
the glass, either with -or without k. ,-A, ,..f

"sideboards," will be used no more,
nor will the pop of the cork be heard,
nor the glad foam rise up and smite
one behind the brass rail and along
l v xt :n
. ,
be heard the oft-repeated phrase,
"Lets have another" and the wefl-
known anyswer. "Don t care if I do."
After tonight the boys will take the
bottle of "liker" and. the half dozen
, , ... ....
of "bud" and. retiring to the middle
- . . . i
of, the street, look up into the.face of
the sun or moon as the case may be.j
tip the vessel up and let its contents
gurgle down.
Out of pity to the boys, who will
stand there no longer and drink to
their heart's content, the bartenders
tomorrow morning will drape thej
mirrors in their places with goods of
some subdued shade, that the anguish
of their former patrons cannot be
fleeted there.
That they may have nothing to re
gret,.when the opportunity is gone
and cannot be- recalled, the "boys1
will make themost of tonixtht and

that all may be accommodated and nojPmts souUl baye Mn annuIIe1 annuIIe1-draft
draft annuIIe1-draft beer be left on hand to spoil, it' FIVE PERSONS MET DEATH IN
is rumored several of the "pharma- J NEW ORLEANS
cies" have tapped numerous keps and j
barrels of the brew, and will insert New Orleans, Sept. 30. Five are
little mbber tubes, hanging the. free known to be dead, many injured and
ends over the polished surface of thej property loss reaching millions of

bar, so soon to become only a table
on which to wrap "original packages.,,
Some of these, tubes will be long and
some short, that both Jeffs and Mutts

may ue auie 10 reaca in em ana gei
their full share. NEW ORLEANS
The "boys" have made arrange- j gale with a velocity of eighty eighty-ments
ments eighty-ments with the street and sanitary j six mijes an bour swcpt the city, de-

departments of the boara or public
works to take them away at closing
time and tuck them in. their little
beds., As they will not have another
opportunity they feel like, this one
must not be neglected, and you can't
blame them much, now can yon?
, :
MEMBERS OF TEAM SELECTED
The
. 1 1 T

last semi-monthly session ofFortlj! 0cock yesterday.. All wires are
King camp, W. O. W. to formulate j down and train has Uen an.
plans for. the organization of a de-nulletL The city was in darknes4 iast
gree team, met last evening in -con-! nJghtf owipg to the floodmg of the
ference with the officers of the lodge. electric plants and the only communi-

i me rosier oi me camp was careiuuy
jone1 OVef t. Wil1
be Placed on the team decided uPn:
. O I
! ine meeunff was an eninusiasuc
I rehearsals on Wednesday evening of
i each week. Those members who have
teach week. Those members who have
been selected to serve on the -team
will be notified at an early date, and
the first meeting of the team will be
held on next Wednesday evening. At
that time a captain will be elected and
the work taken up in earnest.

New Orleans and Mobile Hit
Last Night

SCORES OF BUILDINGS III THE CRESCEUT CITY DESTROY DESTROYED
ED DESTROYED MAHY LIVES LOST

(Associated Press)

Mobile, Ala., Sept. 30. The high
nd prevailing off the coast here
last night averaged from twenty-five
sixty miles an hour. The Mobile
! river at 7 o'clock this morning was
cived by the .Associated Press came
through at 2 o'clock this morning.
The telegraph companies are working
hard to restore their lines. The loss
""'"
of life is not believed to be heavy.
Qne r that Un were Renown
haye ,ost their Um ,n dt
proprtloss heavy.
breakine of levees gouth of tbe dty
i?A I I Lrf
is reported. A heavy property loss
, .j
aiong me coast is expeciea.
v;- v,. k, ?i
the fftte of a numbr o tQwn
families ar Aed missing
u n
,
(MOBILE
.
BUSINESS DISTRICT IS
FLOODED
" N
Business men along the water

! front district in Mobile used wagons
re-!nd boats to reach their offices this

(morning. The entire section is flood-
l60
TRAIN SERVICE ANNULLED
. . . .
flle & Nashlle trains for
dollars was caused last night by the
most severe gulf storm in the history
of the city.
jLEVEES r OVERFLOWED
BELOW
!molishing scores of buildings and
; stripping the roofg from hundreds of
j others. The steamship Creole, which
jwa8 movjng up the Mississippi river,
;reprted by wireless that the levees
Movr the city are overflowed,
j
! CRESCENT CITY'S COMMUNICA
TIONS DESTROYED
The city has been without commun-
is fro th Southem Pacific
! Reamers in'the harbor.
..
j RIFLE StiL AD LEA ES
TOMORROW MORNING
.
Captain Edward Drake of the Ocala
Rifles with a squad of the company's
best rifle shots will leave
tomorrow
for Black Point, Jacksonville, to at-
for Black
. tend the international rifle shoot,
j where several hundred men from all
'over the country will be encamped,
.
! For plumbing ana electrical work
see IL W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

MUS WILL
surheiider b

AFTER CONFERENCE WITH AM AMERICAN
ERICAN AMERICAN OFFICERS ISLAND
REBELS READY TO QUIT
(Assocta.td Prs)
Cape Haitien, Sept. 30. Haitien
rebels resisting the American military
forces here agreed to lay down their
arms, at a conference yesterday with
American officers. ;
ROONEVS RESOLUTION
The Jacksonville Metropolis of yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon,- which contained
more than two pages on. the Dixia
Highway meeting, which had just ad adjourned,
journed, adjourned, carried in the first column
of the first page, in big black type,
the following resolution introduced
by Secretary Rooney of the.. Marion
County Board of Trade:
"Whereas, The meeting at Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is one of the great links in the
Dixie Highway; and,
"Whereas, These meetings that
bring together not only the delegates
of the counties in our own Jstate, but
also our sister state, and are, the
great factors of education that mean
the final success of this great project;
and,'
"Whereas, So much has been said
at the different gatherings and espe
cially in Jacksonville, along lines of
federal aid; therefore, be it
"Re solved, We endorse' the joint
action of the Senate and House look looking
ing looking to the working out of a federal
good roads bill, to bring this, and that
we 'endorse Senator Bryan's action
and efforts along this line and pledge
our united efforts in encouraging our
representatives and senator's in work working
ing working ou this great plan that will ben benefit
efit benefit this national interstate highway."
:
KNITTING FACTORY. BUSY
The Ocala Knitting Factory is now
employing 25 people and they are
just as busy as bees. When the new
machines arrive and the capacity for
knitting the web from which the gar garments
ments garments are made is doubled, this force
will have to be greatly increased.
Shipments are made of the finished
goods of the- factory almost every
day, and northern money comes right
back in return for the mill's prpduct.
The agents in New York who are
placing the entire output of the fac factory
tory factory have, just sent a sample of an
English v manufactured knee-length
union suit, with request for a sample
to be made like it to be sent to Eng England
land England for a firm there that wishes large
shipments of the goods.
An eastern capitalist who was in
Ocala a few days ago looked over
the plant of the Ocala Knitting Fac Factory
tory Factory and said it had the best plan
and the most promising outlook of
aliy business of its kind that he knew
of. This man had heard of the en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, the only thing of the kind in
the state, and wanted to see just what
was being done. He was astonished
at the smooth way the factory was
running and turning out its "finished
work and the perfect marketing plan
the company has inaugurated.

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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Learengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
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crossings several times a day, they
would be fixed in short order.

The Track Scales

COTTON PLANT

Cotton Plant, Sept. 29. The "good

"Another preat nuisance is the track o!d time" hates t0 dePart- a.s

scales wout on the Coast Line, by the

we are having some real warm

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance .... 2.25
One month, in advance .80

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Gainesville road crossing. This is pitrinuer mo5l Kone.
one of the most traveled roads in the The equinoxial gale missed us, we are
state. You can't stand at the cross-!1 to
ing two minutes at any hour of the'. ur farmers have finished gather gather-dav
dav gather-dav without seeing an auto pass.i In acorn and rePrt an abundant

Everytime there is a box car over the -,Ci,u- UUM't,s

crossing, there is liable to be a block-iauierea m ine muy. uatnenng

ade. It has caused a great deal of Pnuxs ana mowing nay is me cniei

complaint among the people of city

and country. One Marion county

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DESIRE A DELAY

young

Six Months Grace Asked for by the
Railroads in Building the Union
Passenger Station
The railroads entering Ocala asK
for a delay of six months in building
the union passenger station. Their
reason for the request is the falling
off in business, in which the roads
have suffered with the rest of the
country.
No doubt they have N reason. The
railroads passing thru Ocala are
running more trains than they did in
prosperous years The Seaboard
runs six thru trains a day. The
Coast Line runs four thru trains and
ten local trains, but neither road is

doing half the passenger business of
two years ago. The freight business
is lighter, tho of course not so much
affected as- passenger traffic, for tho
people can stay at home they have to
have goods.
At the Board bf Trade rooms Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, Mjessrs. Brand and Mc Mc-Arthur
Arthur Mc-Arthur of the Coast Line and Parsons
of the Seaboard met a number of
citizens and asked for an expression
of opinion on a request to the rail railroad
road railroad commission to allow a delay in
beginning work on the station. The
meeting was informal of course. They
gave their reasons for asking for a
delay, and promised in return to do
away with some of the 'causes of
friction that exist between the roads
and the citizens. The meeting was
very harmonious and promoted the
good feeling that has been growing

between the roads and the town of

late.

, President Rogers of the Board of

Trade presided. Present were Mayor
Robertson, Messrs. Meff ert and Knight
of the city council and County Clerk

Nugent and Messrs. Munroe, Chace,
" Taylor, Jake Brown, H. C. Jones, R.

T. Adams, Carroll, Benjamin, Haile,
Malcolm Williams and several other

plain citizens. Mr. Parsons' secre

-tary, a remarkably' smart
stenographer, took notes.

Mr. Rogers called the meeting to

order, and then Mr. Brand of the

Coast Line explained the joint re

auest of the two railroads and the

reasons for his making it.

Mr. Brand stated that conditions,
bad at the time the union depot was
ordered built, were, now much worse
with his road, that both passenger
and freight earnings had fallen off to

an alarming extent and this falling

off in revenue was ereater, each

1 month, over that of the month be
fore. He then read from the finan

cial report of his road, covering the
entire system, and the figures were

rather startling. He stated that his

company, as well as the Seaboard

earnestly hoped the business men o

Ocala wrould join them in a request to

the railroad commission for a stay o

the order requiring the commence

ment of the depot at Ocala for six

" months, or to May next, instead o
" November.
The Star Wanted Concessions

Following Mr. Brand, Mr. Benja

min of the Star arose and stated the

. position of the paper as follows:

"Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: It,
my opinion, or rather the opinion o

the paper 1 represent, that tne re

quest these gentlemen have to make
of Ocala is reasonable, and should be

granted, but it will be something o

a concession to grant it, and I think
that in return they should make us a
few concessions that will not cost

them much and will do the city
great deal of good.
Decision is With the People

"In the first place, the people should

be consulted This is an informa

meeting and has no official standing.
It can express no opinion except that

of those present, and should bear no-j

more weight with the railroad com commission.
mission. commission. Bear and Forbear
"Times are hard and money is
scarce. Its the duty of the people to
help each other. The people and the
railroads are dependent on each other.
The railroads couldn't live without
the people; the people would have a
mighty hard time getting along with without
out without the railroads. Also the railroad
men are of the people. The bulk of
the money the-people pay to the rail-

loccunation now.

grand jury mentioned this crossing in
it3 presentment. I have heard it

Prof. G. F. Turner spent the week weekend
end weekend at his home at Gaiter.
Mr. George Roddenberry of Leroy

i i t a. tT' J i r

cussed and discussed by hundreds.! ny aner a
The railroad men tell me the scales Wenng illness. His remains were
are not used much. I don't know, butila,d 10 rest ,n St- Johns cemetery.

roads goes to pay the workers among
the railroad men, who have as hard
tasks and as much trouble in mak making
ing making both ends meet as anybody.
"The proposition to delay building
the union station will probably meet
considerable opposition. A number
ot our people are very anxious to
have the station. And we would all
be glad to have work on it start, be because
cause because it would help business, and
though business is not as dull in
Ocala a3 in some other places, a little
help to it would be most welcome.
And so I am sure that if any man of
influence fights the proposition for
delay, he will very likeljrcause a pro protest
test protest that will have considerable
weight with the railroad commission.
What the Star Wants
"So I am going to ask this meeting

to ask these representatives of the
railroads to do a few things for Ocala

things that should have been done
lone time ago, union station or no

union station, and things that will

have the great beauty of not costing

much while adding greatly to the
safety and convenience of the peoplee

Do Away with Danger
"The first is, putting a' gate at

Magnolia street crossing of the Sea

board. This is the most dangerous

place in the city. The traffic is con continuous,
tinuous, continuous, day and night. There is no
safeguard except a watchman, and he

is on duty only part of the time.

Many-times people have had narrow

escapes, and only the care of the
trainmen has averted seovral trag

edies.

'The Exposition street crossing of

the Seaboard is almost as dangerous,

owing to the iact that the trains

pass it at considerable speed ten
miles or more. It needs a gate; a
watchman is an imperative necessity.
There have been several accidents at

that crossing, and only good luck has

prevented fatalities.

Rough Rider Crossings
"The next thing is the condition of
he crossings on our principal streets.

Magnolia and Exposition on the Sea Seaboard,
board, Seaboard, Oklawaha, Broadway and Fort

King on the Coast Line, are in very

bad shape, and are going to stay that

way until a different rail is laid. Ev Every
ery Every few weeks, I see the section man
on the Coast Line repairing the cross

ings near, the Star office. With a

great deal of hard work, they take up
the planks, put some padding between

the ties, and then put the planks back
again. In a week, or at least two,

the crossing is just as rough as ever.

A car that goes straight across at

any speed gives its occupants an un

merciful bouncing. I will guarantee

that if the presidents of the Seaboard
and Coast Line lived in Ocala and

had to ride in .autoes over those

f A.1 A. 1 V. t 1

I have been laid up there twice my-ir -Pwy exienaea io xne De De-self,
self, De-self, and I travel very little. I have!reayed relatives of the deceased.
known men to miss trains on account Mr D M- Barco was a business
. 'tr;;t rti tu i x c : ,, f

rie Barco accompanied him as far as

Martel and spent the day very pleas

of them. The scales have no busi

ness so close to a public road and
street, and if the law was invoked,
they would have to go. It would be
the proper and graceful thing for the
railroad to move them without any
further dispute.

Others present may think of other

antly with Mrs. L. A. Tucker.
Mr. C. R. Veal was a business call caller
er caller in Ocala Saturday.
Master Willie Veal was the guest
of Master Edwin Veal at Leroy last

things, but if the railroad represen-'Saturday
tatives will consider what I have! Mr and Mrs- A- Tucker and
mentioned, I will say that I think baby were dinner ests i Miss Car Car-thvir
thvir Car-thvir f KfcnnM Vw rnnsirfprod in ne Barc Sunday, as were also Mr.

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return.
Let lis Help Each Other

and Mrs. W. E. Veal and children of
Leroy.

Mrs. W. E. Veal and Miss Carrie

. "Ocala has been imposed on a great jBarco were between train visitors to
deal by the railroads, especially by.Qeaia Tuesdav

the Coast Line, and our protests have
been treated with indifference, and
once met with insult. Since Mr.
Brand has been in office, f it has seem seemed
ed seemed to me that there has been a differ different
ent different p6licy and a disposition to treat
the people like they were the friends

Master James Woodward and Mr.
D. M. Barco have been on the sick
list but are now able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sanders and
mother were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A W. Woodward Sunday.

.Mr. and Mrs. J. 2i. iirooks were

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of the road. Mr. McArthur has beenjguests of friends at Martel Uat Sun

jvery considerate and ready to help.

The Seaboard has not treated Ocala

fquite so badly, but it hasn't had quite

much of a chance. I would like

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so

for the management of both roads to
understand that we are trying to
build up a good and a pretty town,
and I am sure if they will help us all
they can it will pay them not only in
good feeling, but in dollars an cents."
Mr. Parsons of the Seaboard fol

lowed and made in substance the
same talk and gave figures to show
that his road had suffered a loss in
business equal to that of the A. C. L-,
and gave the figuers in passenger and
freight receipts for Ocala for the. six
months last past, which showed a
heavy loss in business. He gave the
number of passengers moved in the
state over his line for a considerable

period and compared it with corres

ponding periods of some time since,

showing a heavy dropping off.

Discussions followed by Mr. George

Rentz, Mr. B. IT. Seymour, Mr. H. C.
Jones and Dr. J. E. Chace, who oppos

ed the granting of the six months
time and said they thought if the rail

roads were iriven that much time they

would come before the people at the

end of that period and ask for a fur further
ther further extension and they feared if this
was granted it would weaken Ocala's

position and the building of the depot

would be indefinitely postponed.

The railroad officials assured the

gentlemen that it would not be in
their hands at all and they would
have to obey the mandate of the
commissioners and proceed with the
work.

Most of the other gentlemen pres present
ent present expressed themselves as being in
favor of the extension and thought it
well to meet the railroads half way
and show a friendly spirit and an ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of the conditions that con confronted
fronted confronted them. Among those who
stated their views along this line
were Messrs. T. T. Munroe, Jake
Brown, Col. R. F. Rogers, J. M. Mef Mef-fert,
fert, Mef-fert, P. H." Nugent, J. H. Taylor and
R. R. CarrolL
Finally, after a free discussion on
both sides, a resolution was offered to
be written and signed by the chair chairman,
man, chairman, asking the railroad commission
to comply with the request of the
railroads and grant the extension of
six months. This was seconded and
passed, two or three only voting
against it.
After the meeting adjourned, Mr.
McArthur promised the citizens that
the nuisance of the weighing scales

and blockading the Ocala-Gainesville
road in the northern part of town, be being
ing being in his jurisdiction, would be
obviated, and the officials of both
roads promised to do all that could
be done to remedy the other causes of
complaint that Editor Benjamin had
enumerated.

day.
Mr. and Mrs. C R. Veal and chil children
dren children were afternoon guests of Miss
Carrie Barco and Mr. D. M. Barco.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N.- Barco were

callers at the home of Mrs. W. E.
Veal last Thursday.
Your comments, Mr. Editor, on the
Clearwater Sun's little speech anent
Mary Phagan's message were just to
the point and very appropriate." But
then j-ou always have the knack of
saying the right thing at the right
time.

HAPPENINGS AT HOMELAND

Mr. George Roddenberry passed
away at his home near here Wednes

day morning, Sept. 15th, after a short
illness. The burial took place at St.
Johns cemetery Thursday, Mr. J. F.
Parker reading the burial service. Mr.
Roddenberry leaves a wife, father,
mother and brothers and sisters to
mourn his departure. The people of
Homeland extend their sympathy to
the bereaved ones.
The people of Homeland desire to
add their measure of thanks to the

Starfor its excellent fight for main maintaining
taining maintaining the boundary lines where they
have been for so many .years, and

think that in acknowledgement fpr
this service every family in Marion
and Levy county which would have
been affected by the county divisioh
should read its interesting columns
every week (or daily if possible). The
lukewarm position taken by the other
county papers was especially notice noticeable
able noticeable during the campaign, and the
people should by all means remember
the Star when they are thinking of a
paper that stands by the people when
they most need a 'mouthpiece to speak
their ideas and opinions on public
matters.. Long may the old Star
shine in the homes of Marion and
Levy.
Mr. J. F. Parker has been making
several business tripp over the county
this week, one to Early Bird and later
to Ocala.
The farmers here are blessed with
an abundant crop of com and hay this
season.
Capt. S. R. Pyles, a member of the
board of county commissioners, was
among the prominent citizens in
Homeland this week.
A number of our young folks at attended
tended attended colored preaching services at
Cotton Plant Tuesday evening, and

were very much interested in the do doings
ings doings of the brethren in black.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
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SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.

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

Garden and flower seed of every
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1st day of October, 1915. To continue
to drive your car without first secur securing
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new 1916 tag, after that date, is in
open violation of the laws. of Florida.
Yours very truly,
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9-29-wed Tax Collector.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915

ucl MARMADUKE. HES MUST HEAR HM PER- ) J fTrl f" KwS X CT V f
rf StYIm adoutou HE WISHES IJCV 1 III ,, 7 J ?' -i-hr)
Cartoon Co.. N Y.T81
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Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
Alabama Means Business
It is gratifying to note that the
sheriff's office has inaugurated an

earnest campaign against bootleggersJ

and blind pigs in and around Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala. Deputy sheriffs have been
appointed who will devote most of
their attention to those fellows who
have not yet realized that prohibition

in Alabama is no joke. The report
comes from Birmingham that so far
the sheriff has confiscated more than
2000 gallons of liquor, and is gradu gradually
ally gradually dawning upon the would-be boot bootleggers
leggers bootleggers that the prohibition law will
be enforced to the letter.
With such activity on the part of
the county officials there is no danger
that prohibition will not prohibit in
that city.
Drunkenness Drops in Birmingham
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 10. The
Labor Day celebration here' this "year
was the most successful and the most
orderly that Birmingham has ever ex experienced.
perienced. experienced. The fact that this year
Birmingham is dry accounts for it all.
Last year the saloons were operat operating
ing operating in full swing and Labor Day here
was marred by numerous accidents
and 106 arrests for disorder. This
year with three times the population
there were only 11 arrests and no ac accidents.
cidents. accidents. m m m
During the recent encampment of
the military companies of Alabama,
near- Montgomery, there was practi practically
cally practically -no drinking. A gentleman high
in military circles told us that here heretofore,
tofore, heretofore, perhaps a third of the boys
would return from an evening in the
city so drunk that they had either to

Dr. D. M. Boney

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be put under guard or kept their
friends busy smuggling them into the
camp and to bed before the officers
saw them. This year they would en enjoy
joy enjoy a picture show, have a -soda, milk
shake or ice cream and by1 10 o'clock
return to camp and quietly retire.
Yet some of our dear deluded friends
still insist that "there is more drink drinking
ing drinking under prohibition laws." May
God anoint their eyes that they may
have a vision of truth and be convert converted
ed converted from their error.

The following words from Life are

interesting: "It is a hard question,
this contemporary rum question. It

needs to be talked over a great deal.
Our friend the distiller is strong for
the Constitutional right of every in individual
dividual individual to act for himself in matters
of personal choice. We all are strong
for that, but, after all, when a dis distiller
tiller distiller in the exercise of his constitu constitutional
tional constitutional right has made and sold rum to
XY, and he in the exercise of his con

stitutional right has soaked it up until

he is helpless, whose constitutional

duty ought it to be to support, nurse
and bury him? It is because so many
people have to clean up so much after

whisky that whisky has so few

friends." Bear in mind that the above

is from a secular illustrated paper

that makes its appeal to the worldly.

A. C. L. SCHEDULE

Lake Weir W. C. T. U.

The Lake Weir W. C. T. U. held its

regular meeting Thursday afternoon,

Sept, 23rd. The president. Mrs. Reed,

called the meeting to order by sing

ing Rock of Ages. "The reading of
Temperance Service by alL Prayer by
Mrs. Sigmdn.. The president asked
for the reading oi the minutes of last
two meetings, which were read and
approved. A rising vote of thanks
was given our outgoing president,
Mrs. Reed, also the secretary, Miss
Margaret Snook, for their faithful
work. The time of .the meeting was
changed'from 3 to 2:30 o'clock. The
following officers were oppointed:
Mrs. Rast, president; Mrs. Cameron
and Mrs. Guthery, vice presidents;
Mrs. Buckley, corresponding secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Miss Margaret Snook, recording
secretary; Mrs. Sigmon, treasurer;
Mrs. Snook, mother's meetings; Miss
Minnie Albertson, Sunday school;
Miss Grace Simpson, superintendent
scientific temperance; Miss Grace
Snook, press correspondent; Mrs.
Simpson, superintendent flower mis mission;
sion; mission; Mrs. Kelsey, superintendent
Christian citizenship; Dr. Swan, sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent medical temperance; Miss
Harriet Simpson, superintendent of
contest work; Mrs. Sigmon, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of rescue department; organ organist,
ist, organist, Miss Grace Simpson; Union Sig Signal,
nal, Signal, Mrs. Cameron. Mrs. Sigmon had
charge of the literary hour, which she
made very interesting. Adjourned to
meet in two weeks. Press Cor.

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.

No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, WiEox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No.' 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
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This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for, the coming season. Write ns for
samples and prices.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1915

Copyright. WIS. by Hoy L,. PZcCardell
A novelization of the photo play selected as the best in over 19.000 sub submitted
mitted submitted to the scenario department of the Chicago Tribune in a $10,000 prize
contest during December and January. The manuscripts in this competition
came from many sections in the United States and Canada. Authors of note
as well as thousands of amateurs took part.

(Continued from Yesterday)
CHAPTER XXIV.
Arthur Strikes It Rich. I
t
ES. dear,' Ilagar had mur- i
ujt'.red when Esther had fold-
ed her in her arms; I know -who
you are. but 1 Just I
cannot remember now. Maybe tomor- j
row I will remember. They toot my
boy away; they put a great Jewel ;
on his breast. I remember that, and i
I remember you came and were my j
baby in hjs place. I will remember
tomorrow. I am tired now, but kiss
me, dear child, for I see by your eyes
you love me, and I will remember to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow who you are."
"She wilf not remember you tomor tomorrow,"
row," tomorrow," whispered the kindly house sur surgeon
geon surgeon as he led the weeping Esther
away. "It may be many months be before
fore before she remembers you. Her recov recovery
ery recovery will be slow, but I feel that I can
.assure you that in the end it will be
complete."
So It was with a hopeful heart and
feeling resolute for her adventuring in
search of Arthur that Esther bid adieu
to the kindly head of the sanitarium
and rejoined Quabba, who, with his
own personal attendant, Clarence, the
monkey, waited for her in the shadows
up the quiet street, and, trudging sifVv
by side, the girl and the hunchback,
the latter carrying the .sleeping mon monkey
key monkey and a small bundle of Esther's
hastily packed belongings, took- their
way from city streets to country -lanes,
while on them gleamed the light of
the myriads of diamonds in the sky.
She was happy. Ehe felt sure that
Arthur prospered in far California and
was the unknown friend.
Esther had only known that with
the clouding of Tlajrar's mind after
her visit to the house of Mrs. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley in Fairfax no trace of any wealth
or means that Ilagar, supposedly had
been possessed of could be found. Save
for a modest sum of money on her per person
son person when she returned to Stanley hall.
Ilagar, it was ascertained, had no fur- 4
ther funds that could be found.
In the sudden journey taken to Rich Richmond
mond Richmond and in the events that followed
after Ilagar had been, placed in the
sanitarium and Blair had returned to
persecute Esther, abetted by his moth mother,
er, mother, Esther had kept no heed of the con conditions
ditions conditions that so vitally affected Stanley
halL Ilagar had leased It. but the
property, ruined by Arthur's profligacy,
-was to be sold in bankruptcy proceed-
ings.
Esther had not been aware that this
impended. The morning following her
flight, however. Mrs. Stanley received
from Fairfax a letter from the referee
in bankruptcy Informing her. as a par party
ty party concerned, of the scheduled sale of
Stanley hall within a few days.
As a party concerned. Lawyer
Smythe, representing the English Stan
leys, received a like notice as he was
on the point of departing to England,
disgusted with America in general and
the erratic and, as he thought, criminal
"Yankee" Stanleys in particular.- But
he deemed his duty called him to the
' sale.
When Mrs. Randolph's maid an announced
nounced announced that Esther's room was in dis disorder,
order, disorder, her bed not slept In and that
Esther was gone, Mrs. Randolph
promptly had an attack of nerves.
' while Blair raged and fumed. Mrs.
Stanley alone remained cool In the face
of this surprising news. (
"She has no -friends and no money,"
said Mrs. Stanley calmly; "she will not
go'far We will find her back here or
with her gypsy friends before long."
"The nexc thing." continued Mrs.
Stanley, "is to run down to Fairfax
' for this sale. 1 know of no one In
Fairfax with the means to .purchase
the place. If your father only could
have lived to see the day he cbuld have
bought. in Stanley hall, home of his
enemv. at a bankrupt sale he would
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Y

By- Aior i. aic cardbll

have I .-evii ;i li:ipv r.i:::i i i pric
will for :i son;:, .n 1 i shall i :y it."
AM Fairfax. turiA'd u :it tu. a :- tlo;.
ale of Stanlev ha!!. The old ;ui-sto
In Jest He Aimed His. Gun at the
Trophy.
crats came to sigh over the vanishing
glory of the old regime.
But to the poor' whites and the care careless
less careless colored population It was a fete
day and a free picnic. Dog fights and
the presence of the eccentric English
lawyer. Marmaduke Smj-tbe, enlivened
the proceedings.
As no purchaser of the whole had ;
come forward, the auctioneer was pre- j
pared to sell the historic and proud old
place and all the. fine, old furnishings
it contained, in separate lots. Pictures,
ornaments, rugs had been brought out
upon the broad piazza to make the
auctioneer's work the easier.
Among all these furnishings and
chattels nothing so took the eye of the
English lawyer as a fine mounted deer
head that he was informed bad been at
Stanley hall for over a century. In
fact, none knew how old it was. To
the lawyer about lo return to Insular
England from what he and his friends
deemed the wilds of America, nothing
appealed so much as this. In Jest he
aimed his' gun at the trophy as though
it had fallen to his prowess as a Nlm Nlm-rod.
rod. Nlm-rod. He resolved to purchase the deer
head and take it to England as a tro trophy
phy trophy of good hunting in "the Jungles of
Virginia." At his request it was put
up as first thing to be sold, and he
bought it. The Jokes and mockery of
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Vivian Marston Dines With an Elderly
Admirer.
the crowd nettled ilarmaduke Smythe
beyond endurance. ad so, taking his
purchase, he mounted his horse and
awkwardly bore it away.
He had hardly gone when Detective
Blake arrived, driven over from the
Fairfax depot, followed in another sta station
tion station carriage by Blair Stanley and his
mother and the agitated for every lit little
tle little thing upset her, and she would tell
you Mrs. Randolph Randolph-Blake
Blake Randolph-Blake asked that the house and the
funiishl-gs be offered as a whole, and
tendered au owning bid of $2,000. Mrs.
Stanley drew her thin lips together,

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SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP CHAP-TERS.
TERS. CHAP-TERS. A feud ha existed between Colonel Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Stanley and his cousin. Ju Jgei Lamar
Stanley, over an heirlooni. the diamond
from the sky. found in a fallen meteor by
an ancestor. Also, .the succession to the
Stanley earldom in England may come to
an American. When a daughter is born
to the colonel and the mother dies. the
colonel buys a gypsy boy and substitute
him. Three years later" the gypsy mother,
having had no part In this bargain, steals
the girl, being reared in secret, and leaves
her son undetected as the heir. The gyp gypsy
sy gypsy has obtained possession of the diamond
from the sky, and a document with the
Stanley secret. When Esther is grown a
beautiful young girl. Ilagar, now gypsy
queen, returns to Virginia with her. Dr.
Lee, the late Colonel Stanley's friend,
adopts Esther, but demands that Ilagar
turn over to him the diamond from the
sky. Arthur Stanley, son of Ilagar, falls
In love with Esther and so does his com companion
panion companion and cousin, Blair Stanley, rightful
male heir of Stanley. In stealing the dia diamond
mond diamond Blair causes the death of the doc doctor
tor doctor and tries later to put the blame on
Arthur, who takes the diamond from him
Blair, escaping, infers that he has left
Esther's room. Arthur forces him to
fight a duel in which Blair is only
stunned. The slx-riff attempts to take
Arthur, but he eludes his pursuers and
Joins Ilagar. who reveals his Identity and
upbraids him for his wild life. Needing
money, he pawns the diamond in Rich Richmond.
mond. Richmond. At a ball, at which a supposed
New York belle. Vivian Marston. is the
guest of honor, Arthur and Blair find the
diamond on the visitor. Sue Is an adven adventuress
turess adventuress who has borrowed it.
Luke LovelU Hagar's gypsy .guard,
steals the diamond, and to avoid detection
drops it into a mail box. A sheriff tries
to arrest Arthur on the murder charge.
He escapes from Richmond and goes to
the west. The diamond passes into a mail
bag, picked up by Quabba, organ grinder.
Quabba's monUey steals the diamond.
Ilagar takes Esther to live at Stanley
hall.
Tom Blake, a detective of Richmond,
who is hired by Ilagar. produces finger
prints convicting Blair. Ilagar proposes
silence to Mrs. Stanley as the price of
Hagar's and Esther's being received In
Fairfax society. Blair strikes down Ila Ilagar
gar Ilagar and steals the finger prints. leaving
the gypsy demented' The diamond la
found by a negro boy and Is taken hjr a
tramp. The latter Is murdered by Hung
LL It Is stolen just as a slumming party
enters Hung Li's den. Hagar Is again
with Esther among the gypsies. Manna Manna-duke
duke Manna-duke Smythe. lawyer, arrives to announce
Arthur is heir to the deceased Earl of
Stanley. Learning Arthur is a fugitive be
seeks Blair instead. To win Vivian. Blair
steals the diamond, later marrying her
and leaving for the west. Their train la
robbed, Vivian losing the diamond, which
a. slain train robber drops In the desert.
The $100,000 he stole Is found by Arthur,
now known as John Powell, sheep herder.
Vivian deserts Blair, telling him he roust
regain the diamond for her. Luke LovelL
driven from the camp after learning Ha Hagar's
gar's Hagar's secret, leaves to seek Blair. Ilagar
is under treatment and Esther Is In
Richmond society, protege of Mrs. Stan Stanley,'
ley,' Stanley,' who suspects her real name, and of
Mrs. Randolph. Abe Bloom, gambler, who
knows Blair's guilt, covets the diamond
and caUs it the price of his secrecy. Blair
will not listen to Lovell. and Arthur also
insists on hte silence. Blair returns to
Richmond and. Instigated by his mother,
pays unwelcome court to Esther, Mrs.
Stanley asserting Vivian had been married
before. The diamond is picked up by an
Indian woman. Esther, resolving to. find
Arthur, leaves Richmond with Quabba a
attendant.
ana Clair nervously tasnea nimseix to
a suppressed and murderous anger.
The Stanleys had not expected compet competitive
itive competitive bidding. Blake admitted acting1
for an unnamed client
Neither Blair nor his mother dared
openly affront the interloper, as they
deemed him. But they bid desperate desperately
ly desperately to the limit of their resources only
to see Stanley hall and all its furnish furnishings,
ings, furnishings, save the deer head already pur purchased
chased purchased by the English lawyer, go for
520.000 to Thomas Blake, the agent of
the unknown highest bidder.
They dared not vent their cold an anger
ger anger upon the smiling and inscrutable
Blake, but Mrs. Stanley turned with a
torrent of bitter, contemptuous gibes
upon poor Mrs. Randolph, who hap happened
pened happened to remark that her poor nerves
were shattered and that she wanted
to faint.' In consequence Blair and
his mother went to their house in Fair Fairfax
fax Fairfax and did not return with Mrs. Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph to Richmond.
Esther reached the gypsy rendezvous
worn and exhausted, not knowing of
the sale of Stanley halL The gypsies
received her with wild delight, but she
only stayed with these sincere though
humble friends long enough to make
another unavailing search for ETagars
missing hoard.
Meanwhile what of the diamond from
the sky?
It gleams upon the breast of a pa papoose
poose papoose nursed by its stolid mother, in
the eJaxe. of th California sunshine.

outside an adobe hut. Luke Lovell.
it is fated, is to see and gain a;aln
the diamond from the sky. lie has
taken up with associate a-? bad as
himself and has become a tMotlgier.

or illicit whisky Hddler. Wuh a com- 4
panion of his own ilk be parses by
the dfsert Indians hut and sees the
ciamond the s-juaw has found gleam
lng in the sunshine, a pajKxses play plaything.
thing. plaything. It Is only a bit of glass and tinsel In
the -mind of the sodden, drink craving
Indian father. Despite the angry pro protests
tests protests of the squaw, the glistening orna ornament
ment ornament Is bartered for the vile whisky
of the eager white nan.
And so the diamond moves on again.
Santa Barbara, on the seacoast, re resort
sort resort for rich tourists, is not far away,
and thither Luke Lovell and his crony
bear It, seeking a purchaser able to
buy this gem of price.
With Arthur Stanley that was. who
ts John t Powell now, how fares It?
How hate his fortunes, fortunes to be
founded on stolen means, prospered?
Not welL
Arthur has fallen into the -hands of
oil sharks and has invested the outlaw
plunder In the Good Elope wells. The
Good nope wells have been a Joke. of
these oil fields. But who is to warn a
guileless young Investor?
John Powell has played with high
stakes in a crooked game and has lost.
Ills men who laughed at him behind
his back for his simplicity now feel
for him.' Jack Wilson, his foreman,
seeks his despairing young employer
and finds him in the shanty that Is
the office of the Good Hope wells.
"I am sorry, boss." says Jack, -but
I'll tell you something. There is oil
in the Good Hope. We've struck every
Indication. If you only had money to
drill deeper the oil Is there. That mon money
ey money you sent east would save your
"It's too late now. Jack; that money
saved something more to ine than these S
wells." f
"I'm from Pennsylvania." says Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. "I believe if we Wrpedoed the
big well we.'d start the 01L I know it
ruins a well if the oil doesn't start,
and already the shysters are coming to
take the property away from you be because
cause because we didn't strike oil. and the last
payment is due. So let's do something
desperate, boss; let's torpedo the big
welir
John Towell Is desperate, and he
agrees. The man of law representing
the unpaid owners hears of the plan
and arrives with an injunction.
But the desperate John Powell de
fies law. .as 'when he was known as j
.mr.ur Maniey no UeticU all order. The
lawyer is held back waving the "scrap
of paper." the injunction. The nitro nitroglycerin
glycerin nitroglycerin charged tonedo is lowered to
the bottom of the well, the heavy Iron
detonator Is dropped, and all run for
their lives. A throb shakes the earth,
and the derrick rocks. Then arises a
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won't hurt -me! That's be-
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some that's why they won't
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geyser of mud and a spuming fountain
of roaring oil and gas!
The big Good Hope well has conx
in a" gusher! John Powell is a mil millionaire:
lionaire: millionaire: No such gusher Las ever been known
in those lieMs. as the Ung dry and long
despised Gool Hope becomes. No oil
LiilLkmaiie eis rich so quickly as pop popular
ular popular young John I'uwelL
Ills associate. Jack Wilson, wearing
impressively his first dres suit, gives
him "the swellest banquet with cab cabaret
aret cabaret trimmings" that Los Angeles lead leading
ing leading restaurant has t-ver known.
Vivian Marston dines with an elder elderly
ly elderly admirer at this same restaurant the
night of the banquet.
John Powell's associates toast and
praise him for the pluck and resolu resolution
tion resolution that snatched victory from defeat,
and ever Vivian's dark eyes are on the
dashing and handsome feted oil mag magnate.
nate. magnate. Her elderly admirer testily en endures
dures endures the pangs of Jealousy.
But It is not love or sudden infatua infatuation
tion infatuation that iimK9 the dark eyes of Vivian
Marstou to the youug millionaire at the
head of the festal board. Where has
she seen this lauded young favorite of
fortune before?
John Powell's secretary enters def deferentially
erentially deferentially with a telegram. It has
come to the offices of the Good "Hope
Oil company, and the secretary, think thinking
ing thinking it important, brings lt to the feast.
Arthur opens It and reads:
Esther He rdlnic departed parts unknown.
Ilagar Hard!n better. Bought In Stanley
hall for $20,000 you sent. Will keep r r-erythlng
erythlng r-erythlng quiet. BLAKE.
Esther departed for parts unknown.
Arthur crushes the telegram in his
nervous grasp. Mechanically, he hears
the friends that honor John Powell
chant Jovially. "For he's a Jolly, good
fellow r As one dazed be rises and

departs with his happy, felicitating
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The Big Good Hop Wall Has "Com
In a Gusher!
sociates and Is hardly aware of the
dark eyes of a luxurious woman fas
tened upon him.
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tValled by the green high hills and
the gray and higher mountains at Its
back. beautiful Santa Barbara slopes
down to the sea.
Fair as the gardens of the Lord
seems the scene to the deseft burned
eyes of Luke Lovell and his fellow
bootlegger as they stand upon 'the hill
neat the old mission and gaze upon a
panorama as of paradise below them.
Far off at anchor on the sapphire wa waters
ters waters of the bay a great white yacht
rides like a swan upon the tide.
44 A guy rich enough to own a skiff
like that can afford to buy the dia diamond
mond diamond from us." growls Lake Lovell.
That night they untie a rowboat at
the water's edge, and Luke Lovell
pulls upon the oars to bear them out
to a purchaser for the diamond from
the 'sky.
But .the evil men do who fall be beneath
neath beneath the great Jewel's baleful spell Is
not yet at an end. Luke's companion
rises stealthily behind him and strikes
him down.
There is a hoarse cry in the night, a
.death, struggle on the water The boat
goes over, a drowning man gasps in
agony, and the dlamondTrom the sky
Is sinking In the deep, cold waters.
(Continued Next Week)
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AND CONSTIPATION
. It" is certainly "surprising that any
woman will endure Ihe miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and consti constipation,
pation, constipation, when relief Is so easily had
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas,
Peek, Gates, N. writes: "About a.
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone I06)

Our Evening Thought
Sepffember strewed our woodlands
over j
With many a brilliant color.
The world is brighter than before,
Why should our hearts be duller.
Sorrow and the scarlet leaf,
Sad thoughts and sunny weather;
Ah, me, this glory and this grief
Agree not well together.
Mr. and Mrs. Payton Liddell of
Santos were visitors to our city yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, combining pleasure
with business.
Master Clarence Camp is happy in
the possession of a very beautiful
Shetland pony, a gift from his great
uncle, Mr. J. L. Camp in Franklin, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Lowe of St.
Petersburg are in. the city for a few
days and are registered at the Har-

Mrs. Harry Walters will be the
hostess' tomorrow, afternoon of the

young ladies' auction club at ner
home on Wenona street.
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Mrs. R. L. Bridges left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Thomasville, Ga., where she
will be the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Cyrus Hudson for several weeks.
Dr. and, Mrs. C. W. Moreman of
Bartow, who have been the guests of
Dr.' and Mrs. L. F. Blalock and fam family
ily family for several days, have decided to

make Oca la tnejr nome .ana on to

morrow will begin housekeeping in
Mrs. M. A. Williams' house on Orange
avenue. Dr. Blalock and Dr. More More-man
man More-man have formed a partnership. Mrs.
Moreman will be quite an aquisition
to the social circles of our city, and
she and her husband are receiving a
cordial welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp and chil children
dren children and maid returned yesterday
afternoon from a summer spent at
the Manor in Asheville.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wilson of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, are making their home for the
winter with Mrs. M. A. Williams on
Orange avenue. Mr. Wilson is night
clerk at the Harrington Hall.
Mrs. W. J. Hilands and Mrs. W. S.
Hilands and little daughter Helen,
who have been spending the summer
at Asheville, N. C, will return home
tomorrow. Mr. W. S. Hilands went to
Jacksonville this afternoon to meet
his wife, baby and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe cele celebrated
brated celebrated their 35th wedding anniver anniversary
sary anniversary last evening at their home sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by their children and grand grandchildren
children grandchildren and a few close friends. The
pretty home was decorated for the
occasion in trailing pink vine. Auc Auction,
tion, Auction, dominoes and music were the
principal diversions of the evening,

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the occasion being of the utmost in

formality. Delicious fruit punch was
served throughout the evening and at
11 o'clock a refreshment course of
ice cream, cake, mints and sandwiches
was served by Mrs. Carl Weihe and
Mrs. Fred Weihe. The g Jests present
for this delightful evening and to
shower good wishes and congratula congratulations
tions congratulations upon the bride and groom of (
thirty-five years were Mr. T. R. Rabe, i
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane, Mr.
William McClane, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ;
Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kille-:
brew, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb,'

Mrs. Webb, Miss Julia Webb, Mrs
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Mr. T. R. Rabe, after a few days' t

visit to his sister, Mrs. F. G. B. 1

Weihe and family, left yesterday aft

ernoon for a short visit in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville en route to his home in Birming

ham. Mr. Rabe is charmed with

Florida and in all probability will

locate in Jacksonville, going into the

drug business.

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Mr. Holmes Walters was moved to

his home this morning from the hos

pital, where he has been for the past

several weeks. Mr. Walters is great-'

ly improved from his recent severe

illness and his many friends hope to
see him out in a few days. i

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Mrs. James Mortland of Tampa will
leave that city within a few days to

join his wife, at her old home at

White Creek, New York, where she

has been all summer. Mrs. Mortland

was formerly Miss Sara Frazier of

this city, and has a legion of friends!

who will be greatly interested in ;
learning of her summer pleasures. I

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Mrs. J. II. Spencer and family are

enjoying a visit from her father, Ir.

Mole, who makes his home at Vassey
Island on the gujf-
The Woman's Missionary Society
will hold its regular business meeting
Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
the Methodist church.

HANDED IT BACK.

His Compliment Was Returned With
the Sharp End Foremost.
Former Senator Blackburn of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky was lu Washington some time
a:o and recountt-d a few anecdotes
reminiscent of the days when all the
senators who really nmounteJ to any anything
thing anything wore black slouch hats. One of
tlioe tales related to Charles Towne of
Minnesota, who at that time was serv serv-Iiiij
Iiiij serv-Iiiij a twenty-ciht day term In the sen senate
ate senate by appointment. A twenty-eiht
day term Is rather a short time to pet
in a Pieech In the senate, but Towne.
it .appears, had a speech In his system
and it had to come out.
It did come out and get Into the
senate. According to Senator Black Blackburn,
burn, Blackburn, it was one grand oratorical ef effort,
fort, effort, full of fire and ginger, with plen plenty
ty plenty of blood and thunder infused into It
the very kind of speech, in short,
that is not offered every day before the
senate.
, Among those who listened to the
speech was Senator Depew of New
York, who promised himself the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of "taking a crack" at the unso unsophisticated
phisticated unsophisticated twenty-eight day senator
from Minnesota. After the end of
Towne's speech and while his friends
were crowding about him to offer their
congratulations. Senator Depew march marched
ed marched up to the senatorial novice. A
magnificent effort," saidhe, "a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful speech. Your diction was really
beautiful, but your logic was execra execrable."
ble." execrable." Unperturbed by this doubtful com compliment,
pliment, compliment, Towne smilingly came back
at him. "Thank you, senator, for your
nppreeiatlon'of the things In my speech
which you could understand," said he.
Exchange.
True Fortitude.
True fortitude I take to be the quiet
possession of a man's self and an un undisturbed
disturbed undisturbed doing his duty, whatever
evil besets him or danger lies In his
way.-- Locke.
Stopping the Fire Wagon.
When the first railroad was laid over
the western plains and the. care began
running to San Francisco the Indians
viewed the locomotive from the hill hilltops
tops hilltops at a distance, not daring to come
nearer the "fire wagon." A train of

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Ker.drick, Sept. 29. Mrs. Eerline is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. T.
Perry.
Mr. Roger Dyles, while riding his
bicycle without a light last Tuesday
night, ran into a team and consequent consequent-has
has consequent-has a badly bruised face.
Mr. A. H. Goodyear was visiting
friends in our burg Tuesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. W. E. Clark left last Friday for
his old home in South Carolina.
Mrs. F. C. Blowers will join her
husband in Pennsylvania in a few
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Blowers will
make their future home in Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. Mrs. W. E. Clarke, who has been ill
is able to be out again.
Mrs. J. B. Webb is badly bruised
up from the accident which happened
last week. Mr. Livingston's and Mrs.
Osborne's car ran together.
- Mr. J. W. Lyles has been sick for
the past week.
Miss RutTi" Blowers of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg is visiting her parents at their
home near Kendrick.
Dr. Stevens, of St. Petersburg,
spent a few days with Mrs. J. B.
Webb-- t
Mr. R. A. Yonge was a visitor in our
midst Sunday.

NOTICE

The chorus practice at the Metho-
dist church will be Friday evening at
seven thirty o'clock instead of Thurs-
day evening. The change to Friday
night is made to accommodate mem- j
bers of the'ehorus who are attending
school. Let all members be present

Friday evening at 7:30.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.

MILLINERY

The Dempsey millinery will be on

display in room 206, Harrington Tall, j
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of

this week. A large line of ready to
wear and pattern hats to select from.
The ladies of Ocala are cordially in invited
vited invited to call. -Open evenings. 29-2t
COUGHS THAT ARC arOPPED

Careful' people see that they are
stopped. Dr. King's New Discovery is
a remedy of tried merit. It has held
its own on the market for 46 years.
Youth and old age testify to its sooth soothing
ing soothing and healing qualities. Pneumonia
and lung troubles are often caused by
delay of treatment. Dr. King's New
Discovery stops those hacking, coughs
and relieves lagrippe tendencies. Mon Money
ey Money back if it fails., 50c and 1. No. 2.
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith (grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and
don't let anyene make you believe
that any other is "just as good."

Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf

GfdtfSa&O

THEY O A ZED IK WOXDEB.
cars was to them "heap wagon, no
boss." An Apache chief gathered a
party of warriors and went several
hundred miles to see the terrible fire
wagon that whistled louder than the
eagle's scream and- poured out dense
black smoke, and upon the scene they
gazed in wonder. W. M. Thayer says
In hbj "Marvels of the New West" that
the redskins grew bolder and once at attacked
tacked attacked a fire wagon, exacting to cap capture
ture capture It. When they failed and many
were injured they said. "Fire wagon
bad medicine:"
The Indians stretched a lariat across
the track, breast high, each end being
held by thirty braves.
"When the engineer first saw It he
'lidu't know what on earth was the
uatter," said the narrator, "but In a
ulnute more he burst out laughing,
rle caught hold of that throttle and he
vlened her out.
"He struck that lariat going about
forty miles an hour, and he just piled
those braves up everlasting promiscuous."

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is the
record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows

that he has got it alL

MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME LN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK,

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, fia.

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Y Will last longer and look better if yon send them to us to be
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the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your liun-
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Imperial Slcam Laundry ;

Enough Said.
Contrary to her custom, a Boston wo woman
man woman strayed far enough from home to
encounter n ni!!eiost on which she saw
Inscribed "1 M. from Boston." Think Thinking
ing Thinking it a pravestoue, she read softly.
"I'm from Boston,' and then com commented
mented commented thoughtfully, "now simple and
sufficient-" Lippincotfs.

Cur sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
3 2-tf Lattner's Piano Store.

On the Merry-go-round.
One melancholy, serious faced Indi Individual,
vidual, Individual, despite the fact that he was
apparently suffering Intensely, persist persisted
ed persisted in riding on one of the merry-go-rounds
at a fair. Becoming convinced
that there was something seriously
wrong with him, either mentally or
otherwise, a man asked him how he
liked It.
" 'Like It? he reiterated, with a pain pained
ed pained expression. 4I don't like It at all;
on the contrary, the infernal thin?
makes me sk-k."
'Then why do you i-erslst lu riding?"
I csked curiously.
"I can't help it. he replied confid confidingly.
ingly. confidingly. 4The man who owns this merry-go-round
owen me mney. and the only
way I can get even Is by taking it out
Lu rides."

Sflmtte CaDMP'SonvMe
AND RETURN
VIA
ATLANTA AST LOW

STANDARD HA into AD OF THE SOUTH
ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE 3IATCHES
Tickets sold October 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 with limit to October 20th.
Extension limit to November 20th may be secured by depositing: tick ticket
et ticket with Union Ticket Agent, Jacksonville and payment of fee of 50c
For further information call on any A. C. L. Ticket or
J. G. KIRK LAND,
Division Passenger Agent. Tampa.

OF INTEREST TO SHIPPERS

Daily Package Car is Running on the
Oklawaha Valley Railroad
A daily package car has been plac placed
ed placed in service between Jacksonville
and Ocala via the Florida East Coast

Railway and the Oklawaha Valley
R. R. This car leaves Jacksonville at
the close of each day's business, arriv arriving
ing arriving in Ocala the following morning.
Immediate notice of arrival of freight
and efficient service will be given patrons.

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OCALA EVENING STAC, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1915

NOTICE

Notice is hereby griven that the following lands in the city of Ocala will
toe gold at public auction on
Mondmy, tfce First Day of Xovember, A. D. 1815
at the city hall in Ocala. Marlon county, Florida, or ho much thereof as will
foe necessary to pay the amount due for city taxes herein set opposi:e the
same, together with cost of such eale and advertising.

DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION
All blk 11 O S for 1914)
104 ft n and s by 112 It e and w in se
cor blk 13 O S (for 1911, 1912, 1313.
1914)
SO ft e and .w by 120 ft n and s in ne
cor blk 13 O S (for 1914)
Lots 2 and 3 blk 17 O 6 (for 1911, 1912)
All blk 22 O S (for 1911, 1912, 1913
1914)
Lot A sub blk 15 O S (for 1912 1914)-.
60 ft e and w on w side lot 2 blk 25 O
8 (for 19'1, 1914)
Com 25 ft e of sw cor blk 25 O S, e 25
ft n 112 ft w 25 ft s 112 ft (for 1911,
- 1912. 1914)
Com 70 ft ,w of se cor blk 25 O S, w
25 ft n 112 ft e 25 ft 112 ft (for 1913
1914)
Com 95 ft w of se cor blk 25 w 25 ft
n 112 ft e 25 ft s 112 ft (for 1914)...
Com at aw cor Jot 2 blk 27 O 6, s 10 ft
e 112 ft n 50 It iw 112 ft s 40 ft (for
1911 1914)
it r iul ij k v i. i & y l i 4f .......
72 f t n and s by 56 Xt e .nd w in nw cor
lot 2 blk 27 O B (fOT 1912, 1914)
Lots 2 and 3 blk 28 O 6 (for 1914)...
S lot 1 blk 33 O 6 (for 1914)
lot 1 blk 35 O S (for 1914)
WH lot 2 blk 35 O S (for 1911, 1912,
1913. 1914)
S or lot 3 and 4 blk 35 O 6 (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 38 O 6 (for 1914)
70 ft n and s by 157 ft e and iw In se
cor blk 40 O 8 (for 1914)
Com 75 it ,w of ne cor blk 47 O S. s 70
ft e 18 ft 8 40 it w 25 ft n 110 ft e
to p o b (for 1914)
Com 124 ft s of ne cor blk 47 O S, s 100
It w 1734 it n 100 ft e 173 V4 ft, also
W Of WA blK 47 O H (lor 19141...
30 ft n and by 60 ft e and w in ne cori
lo? 1 blk 48 O S (for 1911, 1912. 1914)
Com 55 ft s of ne cor lot l due 48 u s.
s 25 ft w 115 ft n 25 ft e 115 ft
(for 19141
Com 30 ft s of ne cor lot 1 blk 48-O S.
m 25 ft w 115 ft n 25 ft e 115 ft
(for 1914) .
6 lot 2 blk 48 O S (for 1914) .".
N lot 4 blk 49 O S (for 1913. 1914)...
8 lot 4 blk 49 O S (for 1914)...,
All lot 2 blk 51 O S (for 1912. 1914)
Com at nw cor blk 52 OS, e 134 ft e
120 ft w 15 ft e 12 ft .w 119 lt n 131
ft (for 1912. 1914)
Com at ne cor blk 57 O S, w 119 ft s
102 ft e 119 ft n 102 ft. also com at
se cor blk 57 O S, w 87 ft n 100 ft
e 29 ft s 3 ft e 42 ft s 24 ft e 18 ft
s 73 ft (for 1914)
Lots 8 ,9 Holder sub of w blk 57 O S
(for 1914) I
Lots 1 and 4 blk 64 O S (for 1913, 1914)
6 or lots 3 and 4 blk 56 O S (for 1914)
S or lots 3 and 4 blk 68 O S (for 1914)
100 ft sq in se cor blk 67 O S (for 1914)
W or lots 2 and 3 blk 69 O S (for. 1912.
1914)
S lot 2 blk 70 O 6 for (1911. 1913,
1914) v.-
30 ft e and w by 115 ft n and s in
ew cor lot 3 blk 75 O S (for 1914)...
Com 30 ft e of sw cor lk 75 O S, e 40
1-3 ft n 115 ft .w 40 1-3 ft s 115 ft
(for 1914)
75 ft e and w by 30 ft n and s in nw
cor lot 2 blk 70 O S (for 1913. 1914)..
Cora 45 ft s of ne cor blk 13 N S S. s 90
ft -w 112 ft n 90 ft e 112 ft (for 1911.
1913, 1914)
N lot 1 blk 1JNSS (for 1914)
S lot 1 blk 19 N 6 S (for 1912. 1914).
S lot 2 blk 19 N S S (for 1911, 1912,
1914)
S lot 3 blk 19NSS (for 1912. 1914).
N lot 3 blk 19 N 8 S (for 1911, 1912,
1914)
All lot 1 blk 20 N 6 S (for 1914)
All lot 4 blk 23 N S S (for 1911, 1912,
1914
Lot 6 Snowden's sub blk 24 N S 6 (for
1914)
N lot 2 blk 25 N S S (for 1911, 1912.
1913, 1914)
"W lot 1 blk 34 N S S (for 1914)....
All blk 35 N S S (for 1914)
140 ft n and s on n end of blk e of and
adjoining- blk 35 N S S (for 1911.
1912. 1913, 1914)
S blk bd s by 7th st e toy Lime st

N S iS (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
. K fractl blk 1 N S N (for 1913. 1914).

All fractl blk 4 N S N (for 1911, 1912.
1914) ..... ...
All blk- 13 N S N (for 1911, 1912, 1913.
1914)
Ail ex 112 rt e ana w oy isu rt n ana
s In ne cor blk B Dunn's Central (for
1911, 1912. 1913, 1914)
Lots 5 6 7 blk A Allred's (for 1914)....
Com 105 ft s of nw cor blk B Allred's
s 35 ft e 205 ft n 35 ft w 205 ft (for
1911- 1.912, 1913. 1914)
Com at se cor lot 10 blk C Allred s. e
60 ft n 120 ft -w 60 ft s 120 ft (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 12 9 10 blk C Allred's (for 1913.
1914)
Lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 blk D All
red's (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)...
W lot 7 blk D Allred's (for 1912 1914)
All blk E Allred's (for 1911, 1912, 1913,
1914)
A11 lot 1 blk F Allred's (for 1914)..
All lot 1 blk H Allred's (for 1912. 1913,
1314)
All lot 1 blk 1 Allred's (for 1914)..
All lot 3 blk 1 Allred's (lor 1911, 1912,
1913, 1914)
Lots 1 and 2 blk 2 Allred s (for 1914)
6 of ne lot 4 blk 2 Allred's (for
1911, 1912, 1913, 1914)
SeU lot 4 blk 2 Allred's (foril914)..

i Nw lot 4 blk 2 Allred's (for 1911,

1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 3 blk 3 Allred's (for, 1911, 1912.
1913. 1914)
All lot 4 blk 5 Allred's (for 1914)...
Lots 1 and 4 -blk 6 Allred's (for 1914)
All lot 4 blk 8 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 123456789 11 Fla Central
Land Co sub lot 1 blk K Allred's (for
1914)
iAll lot 4 blk 1 Fla Central Land Co
eub Iblks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914).
Lots 6 7 blk 1 Fla Central Land Co sub
blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)
All lot 1 lk 2 Fla Central Land Co
sub blka 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914).
. Lots 2 5 6 9 (blk 2 Fla Central Land Co
erub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914).
Lots 3 4 talk 2 'Fla Central Land Co sub
Iblks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 7 and 8 blk 2 Fla Central Land Co
ub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)
jli s ii tfciivi i4 dim. r is V'Cirix'zii ianu
Co sub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for
1914) ...
Lot 5 blk 3 Fla Central Land Co sub
blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 9 and 20 blk 3 Fla Central Land
Co ub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (lor
1914)
Lot 12 blk 3 Fla Central Land Co ub
blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 2 and 4 blk 4 Fla Central Land
Co sub blks .3 and 4 Allred's (for
1914)
Lots 5 6 and 8 blk 4 Fla Central Land
Co sub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for
1914)..
K lot 1 blk 5 Allred's (for 1914)...
S lot 3 blk 5 Allred's (for 1914)..
All lot 4 blk 5 Allred's (for 1914)..
All blk 6 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 1 to 26 incl Fla Central Land Co
sub blks 1 and 2 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 29 to 56 Incl Fla Central Land Co
sub blks 1 and 2 Allred's (for 1914)
All lot.l blk Y Allred's (for 1914)
All in and e of r r of lot 2 blk Y All Allred's
red's Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Seymour's sub sw
part lots 2 and 4 blk Y Allred's (for
1914)
All n and e of r t lot 4 blk Y Allred's
(for 1914)
Lots 7 and 10 Clyatt's sub (for 1914)..
Lots 8 and 9 Clyatt's sub (for 1914)
Lot 17 Clyatt's sub (for 1914)
120 ft e and w on w side lot 20 Clyatt's
sub (for 1914)
Com 746 ft n of se cor of sw4 sec 8 tp
15 r 22, n 682 ft w 480 ft s 682 ft e
680 ft (for lt13. 1914)
Com on w side Dauprherty t 440 ft s
of old city limits, s 163 ft w 409 it ni
163 ft e 469 ft (for 1913. 1914)
Lots 1 2 Z 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18)
Palmer's plat (for 1914) ...

S blk 1 Gregg and (McMasters (for
- 1913. 1914)
N V and seU lot 22 Smith and Daugh-
ertv (for 1912, 1914)
All lot 23 and tv 2-3 .of lot 24 Smith
and Daugherty (for 1914)

-
-s
5 ;
S 5 03
39 15
11 55
13 02
114 15
13 05
14 93
12 08
10 50
12 57
10 50
75
13 25
11 48

OWNER OR LEGAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Gary Mrs F R.
Unknown
J R White
Mrs M E Smith..
Unknown
F V Ditto
Unknown
Giles R ai
Unknown
Odd Fellows Lodge ...
Unknown. .
J D McDuffy.
Unknown .
S T Sistrunk .
Unknown .-. ..
9 90
8 33
34 62
16 i0
24 OS
20 44
Mrs. F R Gary
Unknown .
Prescilla Cody
Unknown . .
WeJhe F G B
D S Wood row
40 4:
Carmicnael and Son
v i
Unknown
40 43
16 15
A 99
Unknown
Unknown .
Nannie Echols
Unknown .
C H Cte-wart
Unknown .....
99
18
22 50
9 90
11 48
George GJles
48 30
D A Clark & Walter Ray
217 92
107 67
157 95
591 08
39 83
16 50
40 13
10 20
63 75
8 93
S 6?
10 20
Baxter Cam
E P Rentz
R S Hall
George Giles
I S Woodrow
Unknown
Unknown'
Unknown
R R Carroll
Unknown .
A Brooks I
O L Crooks
5 17
22 50
5 47
Nellie Garrison
Unknown
Unknown
13 05
22 80
13 05
Unkown
D 6 Woodrow
Unknown
J A Quartennan
10 50
8 93
55 06
C C Shooter .
Unknown .
D S Woodrow
D S Woodrow
Unknown
Unknown .
4 39
39 83
14 14
24 38
2 03
14 93
57 45
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
45 15
4 39
Unknown
4 99
'Mrs Lottie Jarria
William Lucius .
Smith and Roberts
George Ourry ..
Unknown . ......
Unknown . . ...
16 80
7 05
13 35
. 9 90
19 65
2 03
2 SO
. 2 03
S 53
1 40
2 64
93
2 64
S 59
1 66
1 40
. 85
Unknown ..
Brag Scrrven
22
22
22
Unknown
Unknown
22
W J Good en
Unknown .
W Johnson
22
22
22
22
22
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
715221Unknown
Unknown .
B H Seymour ..
3 42
1 23
1 38
1 23
2 64
1 54
2 33
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
M T Orr
Unknown .
B H Seymour .
Walter Wells.
Mrs D A Smith
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
2 03
2 33
03
1 23
2 03
15 22
15 22
15 22
15122
Unknown ....
S Ren jasmin .
Unknown
Unknown . -.
Unknown
B H Seymour
B II Seymour
Unknown .
2 63
1 64
1 24
2 03
3 60
7 05
7 63
1 24
1 54
815'22
8 15 22
8!l5l22
Unknown
Unknown
1 84
1 24
1 24
2 03
93
1 54
13 65
4 20
6 5S
5 48
3 12
Unknown
Unknown. .
8llS
8115
8!15
8 15
22 IF Smith
P Stewart
E C Smith.
8 15
!
E C Smith .. ..
Unknown
R.15!2?
I
W i 1 k.. .
E C Smith

DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION

-j ii n ana s oy iuu it e ana w in nw
cor lot 28 Smith and Daugherty (for
1914)
100 ft e and .w by 125 ft n a tvi s on w
side or lot 29 smith and- Laugherty
for 194)
Lots 31 32 and 33 Smith and Daugh-
erty dor 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 35 and s lot 38 Smith and
Dausrherty (for 1914)
N lot 3S Smith Ac DaurDerty for 1914)
All lot 39 Smith c Daugherty (for 1912.
1914)
All lot 42 Smith and Daugherty (for
1912, 1914)
All lot 46 Smith & Daugherty (for 1914)
All lot 48 Smith and Daugherty (for
1912. 1S13. 1914)
All lot 55 Smith and Daugherty (for
1311. 1914)
E and rw4 lot 58 Smith and Daugh
erty (for 1914)
Lots 63 64 Smith and Daugherty (for
1914) ..,
49 1-3 ft n and s on n end of lot 2 and
all of lot 3 Reardon's Middletown
(for 1911. 1914)
Ail lot 7 Reardon's Middletown (for
1914)
Com at se cor lot 1 Reardon's -Middle-
town, e 69 ft n 162 ft w 69 ft s 162 ft
(for 1914)
105 ft sq n ne cor blk 9 Caldwell (fori
1913. 1914)
Com at ne cor blk 10 Caldwell, w 70
ft s 104 ft o 14 ft n 9 ft e 50 ft n 95
ft (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
Com 70 ft e of tw cor blk 10 Caldwell's
e 70 ft s 104 ft w 70 ft n 104 ft (for
1912. 1913. 1914)
65 ft n and s by 105 ft e- and w In sw
cor blk 12 Caldwell's (Tor 1914) ..
W blk 18 Caldwell's (for 1914) ....
70 ft n and by 105 ft e and w In nw
cor blk 20 Cald,well- (Tor 1914)..
Lots 1 and 2 sub of blk 21 Caldwell's
(for 1914)
Sehi blk 22 Caldwell's (for 1914)...
E blk 23 e blk 24 Caldwell's (for
1912. 1913. 1914)
Com 144 ft e of w cor blk 29 Cald
well's, e 70 ft n 70 ft w 70 ft a 70 ft
(for 1912. 1914)
Com 150 ft rw of e cor blk 30 Cald
well's w 60 ft n 123 ft e 60. ft s 123
ft (for 1914)
N of e blk 31 Caldwell's (for 1913
1914)
Tkt 6 Rftntnn' jub blk 24 Caldwell's
(for 1914) I
90 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s In nw
cor blk 36 Caldwell's (for 1914)
70 ft e and rw by 120 ft n and s In nw
cor blk 37 Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lots 4 5 6 blk 1 Benjamin's sub blks
40 and 50 Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lot 3 blk 1 Benjamin's sub blks 40 and
41 Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lot 6 blk 2 Benjamin's sub blks 40 41
Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lot 7 blk 2 Benjamin's sub blks 40 41
Caldwell's (for 1911, 1914)
Lot 8 blk 2 Benjamin's sub blks 40 41
Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lots 11 and 13 blk 2 and part lot 10 blk
2 lying n of lot 13 blks 40 41 Cald-
nvell's (for 1914)
142 ft e and w by 118 ft n and s in nw
cor blk 44 Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lats 7 and 8 Hatcher's sub n blk 45
Caldwell's (for 1914)
50 ft n a-d s by 105 ft e and -w In nw
cor sw U oik 4 5 ca.id.well s (lor 1914 )
WV4 ex 150 ft e and w by 87 2-3 ft.n
and -S In nw cor blk 46 CaK well's (for
1912. 1914)
65 ft n and e by 118 ft e and w In nw
cor blk 47 Caldwell's (for 191Z. 1914)
Lot 6 Buffu)m's sub blks 52 and 55
Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lots 11 12 Buff urn's sub blks 52 55
Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lot 1 and e lot 2 ub of blk 53 Cald-
iwells (for 1911, 1912. 1914).:
W lot 2 sub of blk 53 Caldwell's (for
1914)
Lot 3 Teague's xe-urvey blks 54 59 60
Caldwell s (for 1914)
E 1-3 'lot 4 Teague's re-survey blks 54
59 60 Caldwell's (for 1912. 1914) ....
Lot 11 Teague's re-survey blks 54 59 60
V Caldwell's (for 1914)
W blk 62 Caldwell's (for 1914) ...
Com at w cor blk A Caldwell's, n 290
tt e 470 ft 290 ft .w 470 ft. also com
at ne cor blk A Caldwell's, w 40 ft e
127 ft w 110 ft s 130 ft e 250 ft n
-to p O b (Tor 1914)
All blk D Caldwell's (for 1911, 1912
1914)
All blk E Caldwell's (for 1914)
All blk H Caldwell's (for -914)
All blk J Caldwell's (for 1914) ......
Com at nw cor blk O Caldwell's, s 7.09
chs e 7.13 ohs n 7.09 chs w 7.13 chs
(for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Com at ne cor blk N Caldwell's, w 623
ft s 250 ft .w 100 ft s 290 ft e 723 ft
n 540 ft (for 1914)
All lot 5 Okfcvwaha Park (for 1914)..
Lots 8 9 10 Oklawaha Park (for 1914)
All lot 126 Linwood Park (for 1914)..
All lot 127 Linwood Park (for 1914)...
All lot 128 Linwood Park (for 1914)
Lots 131 and 132 Linwood Park (for
1914)
Lots 144 and 145 Linwood Park (for
1914)
Lots B and C blk 1 Wood row's plat plat
book A page 129 (1911. 1912. 1913
1914)
All lot C bdk 4 Wood row's plat plat
-book A naze 129 (for 1911. 1914)....
Cor 398 ft e of lntersecion Ft King
ave end TuscarwiJla st, e 120 ft rt lit
ft w 120 tt S 142 -ft (Tor 1913. 1914)..
Com 100 ft e of e or blk 76 O 6, e 81
ft n 119 ft w 81 ft s 119 ft (for 1914)
Com 100 ft w of Intersection Ft King
&v and Watuia st, s 119 ft m 66 rt
n 119 ft e 66 ft (for 1914)
Lots 10 15 and lot 9 Stern Stern-bergers
bergers Stern-bergers eur (for 1911. 1912, 1913
1914)
Com at a pt 210 ft e of a pt 235 ft n of;
nw cor blk 80 O S, s 77 Iks e 1.72 ohs
n 77 links -w 1.72 chs ,(ror 1911. isiz
1913. 1914)
Com on e side Osceola st 165 ft n of
bdy of sec 8 tp 15 r 22. s 125 ft e to
S A L r r ne rwith r r to pt cf p o b
fW tO T O D tfor 1914)
Com on e side Osceola st 40 f t n of s bdy
of sec 8 tp 15 r 22. e to S A L ew to
Osceola st a to p o d dor iij .
Com at s pt 522 5-ds n of Alvarez grant
on Ainfy 'with Osceola t n 578 ft e
567.9 Xt to right of way of SAL Tr
thence w with rrtopoo (tor
1912. 1914)
Com 76 ft a of nw cor sec 17 tp 15 r 22.
s SO ft e 105 ft n 80 ft.w 105 Xt (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914) 1
Com. 1402-3 "ft s of aw Intersection of
Smith and Orange sts 71 ft iw 100
t 76 ft e. 100 Xt (for 1913, 1914)...
Blks ACE and F Dunn's Highland
Park (for 1914)
Lots 12 3 blk B Dunn's Highland .Park
(for 1914)
Lots 1 2 3 4 17 18 19 20 blk D Dunn's
Hisrhland Park (for 1914)
All lot 14 blk D Dunn's Highland Park
(for 1911, 1912. 1914)
All lot 3 Magnolia Place (for 1914)...
Lots 7 8 9 Magnolia Place (for 1914)...
All lot 12 Magonlia Place (for 1914) ..
Lots 13 14 15 Magnolia Place (for 1912
1914)
Lots 18 19 20 21 Magnolia Place (for
1912. 1914)
All lot 25 Majmolia Place (for 1913,
1914)
Tts 27 and 36 Majrnol'a Place for 1914)
All lot 31 Magnolia Place (for 1912.
1914)
Lot. 41 and 42 Magnolia Place (for
1912. 1914)
All lot 47 Magnolia Place (for 1914)..
Lots 50 and 51 Magnolia Place (foT
1913. 1914)
Lots 66 and 67 Magnolia Place (for
1914) '.
Lot 68 and 69 Magnolia Place (fori
1914)
Lot.- 71 and 72 Magnolia Place (for
1912. 1913. 1!14)
Lots 77 78 79 80 81 90 91 92 03 and 94
Magnolia Place (for 1912. 1914)
Lots 82 S3 84 85 86 87 S8 and 89 Mag-
nolai Place (for 1914)
Lot 1 2 3 4 and 5 blk 1 Palmetto Park
(for 1914)
Lot except east 10 ft blk 1 Palmetto
Park (for 1914)
Lot 4 and 5 blk 2 Palmetto Park (for
1M4)
Lots 2 and 3 blk 4. Palmetto Park (for
113. 1914)
Lots 2 and 3 blk 5 Palmetto Park (for
1914)
Com 32 ft e of sw cor Alvarez irrant.

14.14 ohs n 7.07 chs w 14.14 chs s 7.07
chs (for 1914) J
Lot 9 and 10 Bullock's sub ne' (for,
1!M4) .1
All4ot 10 Bullocks add for 1914) ...I

OWNER OR LEGAL
REPRESENTATIVE

5
(Mrs J F Crawford
1
168
7 35
21 06
14 93
5 18
38 55
3 90
2 03
3 59
3 90
7 05
1 54
Mrs J F Crawford
E C Smith
H S Chambers ..
R W Fllnn .. ..
E C Smith ......
E C Smith...
J A Ilttman
Unknown
J F Hollinshed
D S Woodrow
Wm Hocker .
E W Davis J 43 58
J D Robertson 16 50
J H Spencer
15 23
18 08
20 98
45 15
21 32
12 27
5 48
20 10
4 39
W D Davis
R R Carroll
R R Carroll
Wm Wolf
D 6 Woodrow
J R Moor head
Citizens Investment Co
D S Woodrow
Mrs Musie Bullock
105 79
C E Brown
27
7 35
5 33
8 63
16 50
.22 02
79 45
4 69
5 40
48'00
16.50
60 12
4 69
10 20
10 20
51 45
16 50
16 50
4 69
43 28
40.13
55 88
87 38
24 38
13 05
Mrs M S Brown .....
Mrs. T H Livingston
Mrs S D Souter .....
G T Llddon
C W Hunter
E P Rent ..
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown ..... . i 1.
T J Killerew
Mrs L B McKean ...
Baxter Cam
Baxter Cam
L'nkscwn .... ....
F W Ditto ....
Mrs M E Fox
L F Blalock ..
Unknown
Unknown .
E E Robinson
M J Roess ....
II M Hampton
C L Anderson
F O Moorhead
B H Sanders
33 15
22 80
5 18
5 18
5 18
Unknown
I) S Woodrofw .
Mrs J F Pedrick
Unknown .......
R C Connor
130 99
79 80
9 90
12 27
85
85
85
' 1 94
' 6 67
D A Clark & Walter Ray
Unknown
D S Woodrow
C C Bailey
W K Zewadskl
C B .Woodrow
J R Dewey.
Ocala Lbr & Supply Co
Mrs J A Miller
D S Woodrow
Heirs Mrs L P Pike...
W T Gary .
J H Spencer
Ditto and Maloney ....
S 78
2 33
31 64
t 63
t 83
7 OS
S 29
13 95
4 20
Unknown
Citizens GLs Co
citizens Gas Co
Unknown
15
19 95
f 93
13 35
3 90
5 09
S 12
2 83
8 23
2 82
12 57
12 88
2 89
4 23
3 04
5 32
2 33
5 32
2 S3
2 83
5 79
12 41
8 63
20 40
1 08
2 33
3 90
1 94
Stephen Hodge .
Unknown. .
T P Drake
Unknown .
T P Drake
Unknown ....
A L -Woodrow
R L Anderson
D S Woodrow
Mrs T M Morrison ...J
B II Seymour
Unknown .
D S Woodrow
E TJ Robinson
E T? Robinson
B W Partridge and
'E E Robinson
F E Weatherbee
Wood row & Robinson.
L F Savares
Mrs Cora. McClur
B II Seymour'...
Xf E Robinson
F E McClane
Unknown
lOcala Lbr & Supply Co'
T F Mrans
Jacksonville Dev Co
Paid

DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION

Lots 1 and 13 Bullock's mb ne (fori
1913. 1914)
Com at nw cor of ne of ntU, sec 19
tp 15. r 22. s 3.17 chs e 3.17 chs n 3.17
chs w 3.17 chs (for 1912. 1912. 1914).
Com 109 ft .w of ne cor of rrw of rtti
c 19 tp 15 r 22. w 29 ft a 210 ft i
260 ft n 21 Xt (for 1914)
Com 210 Xt of nw cor of neli of nei
19 tp 15 r 22. w 369 ft s 210 ft e
589 ft n 210 ft w to p o b t for 1914 1
Com 32 ft e of nw cor of neV4 sec 1H
tp 1 r, 22, e 239 ft 9 420 ft w 273 X
n 320 ft e 34 ft n 100 ft (for 1914)..
Com" 698 ft e of nw cor ne4 sec 19 tri
14 r 1 jqo it e 34 rt n 100 Tt w 34
ft (for 1913. 1914)
S of sei blk 82 Gary's add (for 1911.
1912. 1913. 1914)
97 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s In a el
cor blk Gary s add (for 1914) ...
40 ft e and w by 112 ft n and In sel
cor blk 85 Gary's add (for 1914)
u 11 e ana w. oy 112 rt n and in srt
cor blk 84 Gary's add (for 1912. 1914)
Com 4 3 ft w of se cor blk 85 Gary's add
w 50 ft n 112 ft e 50 ft s 112 ft (fori
1914)
90 ft e and w on e sVde blk 86 Gary'
aUd HOT 1914)
Com 20 ft w of tie cor Wk 87 Gary'
add. w 80 ft s 115 ft 80 ft n 115
ft (for 1911. 1912. 1914)
Com 135 ft w of ne cor blk 88 Gary'iJ
add. w 45 ft s 112 ft e"45 ft n 112 fd
(for 1913. 1914)
ix e sjki w oy nz rt n and s in sei
cor oik 5 viarjrst aaa ( I or ii3. 1914)
Com at nw cor blk 88 Gary's add w 45J
ft s 112 ft e 45 ft n 112 ft (for 1913J
1914)
All blk 89 Gary's add (for 1914)
All w of 6 A L r r blk 90 Gary's add!
uor ishj
All blk 98 Gary's add (for 1914)
All w of S A L r blk 99 Gary's add
(lor 1914)
50 ft 0 and w by 112 ft n and c In ne cori
blk 100 Gary's add (for 1914)
Com 121 ft w of ne cor blk 100 Oary'H
add w 50 ft 112 ft e 50 f t n 112 til
(for 1914)
Com 225 ft w of ne cor blk 100 Gary'H
add. n 112 ft w 45 ft s 112 Xt e 45 ftJ
(for 1913. 1914)
Lot bounded n by 3rd st e by S A LI
r r s by S 8th st w by iw bdy of w
or se (ror 1914) s
Lots 135 141 and 143 Gary's add (fori
1914) i
Lots 136 139 and 145 .Gary's add (fori
1914) i
E lying w of S A L r r blk 2 Scott'H
survey (for 1914)
All eofSALrrblk2 Scott's survey
tlOT IS1Z. 1914)
Com 84 ft w of ee cor blk 5 Scort's ur
vey n 112 ft w 81 ft 112 ft e 31 ft
(for 1911. 1912. 1914)
All e of S A L r r blk 8 Scott's survejH
(tor 191Z. 1914)
Com 85 Xt w of se cor blk 9 Scott's sur
vey n 119 ft w 45 ft s 119 ft e 45 txi
(for 1913. 1914)
60 ft and w by 119 Xt n and n In nl
cor blk 9 Scott's survey (for 1914)..
79 Xt e and w by 119 ft n and in nw
cor blk 10 Scott's sur (for 1914)
Lots 3 to 13 and 16 to 33 incl Connor's
ub blks 5 and 6 Scott's survy (for
1911. 1912 ,1913. 1914)
Lots 1 2 3 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 blk 1
Lincoln Heights (for 1914)
All lot 13 lk 1 Lincoln Heights (for
1912. 1914)
All lot 8 blk 1 Lincoln Heights -f for
1911. 1914)
Lots 1 to 13 inc blk 2 Lincoln Heights
for 1914)
Lots 1234567 14 15 and 16 blk 3
Lincoln Heights (for 1914)
All ex lots 2 4 and 22 4lk 4 Lincoln
Heights (for 1914)
All lot 2 blk 4 Lincoln Heights (for
1914)
Lots 4 6 7 8 20 12 11 and 14 blk 5 Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Heights (for 1914) .i
All lot 5 blk. 5 Lincoln Heights (for
1914)
Lots 9 and 11 blk S Lincoln Heights
(for 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 1 and 4 blk Lincoln Heights (for
19IZ. 1914)
Lots 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
and 18 blk 6 Lincoln Heights (for
1914)
All. lot 3 blk 1 Ditto's revised plat (for
1914 J
All loi 4 blk 1 Ditto's revised plat (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All ex 22 inches off n end lot D blk 2
Ditto's revised plat (for 1911, 1912,
1913, 1914)
All ex 22 inchesioff n end lot 3 blk 2
Ditto's revisedJplat (for 1914)
All lot 6 blk 2 Ditto's revised plat (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 1 blk 3 Ditto's revised plat (for
'13141 '.
All lot 2 blk 3 Ditto's revised plat (for
1912. 1914)
Lots 7 and 10 blk 3 Ditto's revised plat
(for 1912. 1914)
Lot 1 2 and 3 tlk 1. blks 2 3 4 5 6 and
7. lots 1 2 and 3 blk 8. blks 9 and 10.
lots'5 and 6 blk 11. b-Iks 12 13 14 15
and 16. lots 2 3 4 5 6 7 and 8 blk 17
Oak Ridfre (for 1914)
All lot 4 blk 4 Oak Ridge (for 1914)..
All lot 1 blk 11 Oak Kldge (for 1914)..
All lot 1 blk 17 Oak Ridge (for 1914)..
All lot 1 blk 20 Oak Ridge (for 1914)..
All blks 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
ex lot 1 blk -20 Oak Ridge (for 1914)
All ex 72 Xt n and s by 72 ft and
w In se cor lot 1 "E O Smith's (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
M acTe on w side lot 3 E G Gnrith's (for
1911. 191Z. 1913. 1914)
55 ft n and by 163 ft e and w in se
cor lot 3 E G Smith's (for 1111. lilt,
1913. 1914)
Com 40 ft of nw cor lot 5 E O m1th'
e 45 ft 138 ft w 45 ft n 138 ft
(Tor 1913 1914)
40 ft e and w by 138 ft n and In nw
cor lot 5 E G Smith's (for 1911 .1912.
1913. 1914)
On at sw cor lot 5 E O Srndth's. e
. 177 Xt n 119 ft w 177 ft m 1J9U
ft. also com 85- ft of nw cor blk 6
E O Hmith't. 43 ft 138 ft w 43 ft
n 138 ft tfor 1911. 1914)
Com 39 ft w of ne cor blk 5 E G Smirh's
w 19 Xt s 118 Xt 39 ft n 138
ft (for 1911. 1112. 1913. 1914)
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s Hi aw
cor lot i EG Smith's (for 1913. 1914)
Own 50 ft of sw cor lot 6. 50 t
100 ft w 50 Xt s 100 Xt itor 1911. 1912.
1914)
50 ft e and w by 110 Xt n and s In e
cor lot 6 E G Smith's (far 1912. 1914)
N lot 6 -E O Smith's (for 1111. 1912.
1913. 1914)
Com 40 ft w o se cor lot 7 E G Smith's
w 76 ft n 89 ft e 76 ft 89 ft

(fort

1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
40 ft e and w toy 89 ft n and m 4n e cor
lot 7 E G Smirh's (for 1911. 1912,
'1913. 1914)
E of sw lot 7 E O emlta's (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
W of w lot 7 EG Smith's (for
1911 .1912. 1913. 1914)
Ne of rvw4 lot 7 E O Smith's (for
1911. 191Z. 1913. 1914)
52 ft e and w by 85 ft and m In ne
cor lot 7 E O 4mlth's (for 1911. 1912,
1913. 1914)
E lot 8 E G Smith's (for 1911. 1912.
1914)
W of lot 10 E O Smith's (for 1914)
E of e lot 10 E G Smith's (for 1911,
1914)
W of w lot 10 E Q Smith's (for
1914)
Lots 1 and 2 Giles, sub lot 11 E. O.
Smith's (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)..
Lots 3 4 5 Giles trub lot 11 E G Smith's
(for 1912. 1914) 1
Lot 11 Giles' sub lot 11 EG Smith's
(for 1911 .1912. 1914)
43 ft e and w on e end lot 12 EG
Smith's (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Com 43 ft w of ne cor lot 12 E G
Smith', w 43-t ft s 174 ft 43 ft
n 174 ft (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)..
43 Xt e and w on w end lot 12 EG
Smith's (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)..
Com 87 ft w of ne cor lot 12 EG
Smith's w 43 ft 174 ft e 43 ft n
174 ft (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)...
Lots '2 and 3 sub of lot 13 E G Smith's
(for 1914) ...'
Lot 4 and 5 ub of lot 13 EG Smith's
(for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lot 1 iub of lot 14 E G Smith's (for
1911. 19l2. 1913. 19M)
Lot 2 sub of lot 14 EG Smith's (for
1911. 1914)
Lot 3 si:b of lot It EG Smith's (for
1911. 112. 1913. 1914)
Lnt 4 sub of lot 14 E G Smith's

(fori

1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lot 5 and 6 ?ub of lot 14 EG Smith's
(for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot KEG Smith's (for 1911. 1912.
1113. 1914) ;

OWNER OR LEGAL
REPRESENTATIVE

r
8 O
t-
LLfcJ
19
15
Munroe tt Charobliss tr
3- 5
29 43
.
4 :j
Heirs E L FTeyermuth.
Mrs M E Lyles
Unknown
E E DeCamp
P Michael
Unknown . .

2 24
31 S5
3 12
'1 S4
" 2 Si
12 7
1 s:
13 .3
2 1
2 Zl
2 f ?
3 t )
1 23
2 12
4 C3
J
u
. 8 S3
1 SS
5 S
5 4
4 1
2 2 3
. 5 7S
5 4S
19 r ;
: zz
,
2 Z2
It
t IZ
1 cs
S 73
lit
13
1 4
3 i:
4
10 Si
1 4
3 n
4 20
5 41
3 SI
1 Zt

J II Brown ..
John McNeil
Unknown ....
J D McCall
W T Gary
Unknown
4
Unknown ...
Lydia Seville
B Rkhardson .
Mrs. F R Gary
Ocala and S W R R.
-Mrs. F U Gary
I I I
; Ocala and s" W R R.,
I I I
iB Goldman
Unknown
Mary Jones
18
15
22
Clark Ray Johnson Co
tr.i.. n t r
; a a ui J
! TT rti J
a ur7 .....
Mrs P R Gary
M Morgan . .
R A Tate
E T Helvenston
Heirs Wm Young
S D Stwaxt
. . 1
R F Rogers
H Johnson .......
Cfark Ray Johnson
Co.
t
Unknown ..... ...
W If Spikes .......
Clark Ray Johnson
Co
Co
Co
Clark Ray Johnson
(Clark Ray Johnson
funknown .... ...
Clark Ray Johnson Co
Andrew Scott ..... ...
Unknown ....
Unknown .. .
Clark Ray Johnson Co
F W Ditto ...........
Unknown
'W J Good en
! I
t
'Forest Wright .
lunknown . X .
I
H Hampton
F W Ditto
A L Ixlar
18
15
22
Clark Ray Johnson Co
Hattie Mcintosh

20 5
9 3
5
1 23
93
24 sr

Chas F Sdhneider
woodrow. Curren
and Oiaxal .....
Ellis Wlngo ..... ....
Clark Ray JoSmtfon Co
Morris Sokwrxm
Unknown

is ee
10 13
10 20
i
5 7f!
10 2C'

Cella Jones ..
R C Murry ..
1
'Unknown .....
Mary Pearson
Unknown . . ....
Mary Pearson ..
Alice Woodard ..
2 2
S S
i
f
5 71
lfl 2
i
4 r
C Wiggins
Unknown ...
Wra Giles .....
Unknown
Unknown ..... ...
Unknown ..... ...
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Mrs M E Fox ....
H -A Fausett
C C Shooter
Uckn own .... ....
Unknown '.
II Felder ...
Unknown
s
s i
2
i
8 1
2
3I
2 I
i
3 t
f
7j
.2
"I
4
i
i
John Daw kins
Ella By the wood
uSam Dawklns .
Wm Mitchell .. ..
lunknown ...
Unknown .....
In Graham ..... ..
I
'Unknown
Icarrie Felder .......
I
I u tik 71 own . . .

I

9U3'
!

:2 Fla Central Land Co..
(Unknown

16 50
8 33

Susan Jacobs

i Baxter Cam
16:50



. .
OCA LA EVENING STAR THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1913
f TRY OUR. I
!-OV f
rfsCRIPTION OF LAND
OWNER OR LEGAL.
DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION
OWNER OR LEGAL

I 4

' r j'

ID SURVEY OR ADDITION
ii Ri:rIiESi:NTATIVE
1 rn'piNVTTivp

dob

12 3 4 6 7 sub ot lot is lv. j
:th' (fnr l&ll. 1912. 113. 1 & 1 - ;
t 22 Mitchell's first plat 'for mi.'
,12, 1S13, 1914) i
Mot 1 Mitchell's revised (for 1!14).!
Hot 13 Mitchells revised nor ijxi,
512, 1913, 1914)
! 15 a.nd" 47 Mitchells revised (for
111 111111
ot 16 Mitchells revised tior uii,
1 1 .1 iyi4
17- ana l iiucneii s ie
i i Kit?. 1 & 1 4
ts 39 43 and 54 Mitcnens .ior wii,
tqi" 19144
A.C " -ft..
All lot 41 Mitchell's revised (for 1914)
Lots 45 and 46 Mitchell's revised for;
1912 1914) ;
Lots 56 57 and 58 Mitchell's revised (fori
Lo""' 10 "l lVV2 2T '30 31 3242!
Mitchell's revised (for 1911.
All lot 1 S J Green's add (for 1912. 1914)
All lot 2 S J Green's add (for 1911,
1912, 1914) - - Yo'.V
'All lot 4 i J Green's add (for 1911. 1912.
Com1 Lt s w "cor Jot 18, E "g' SnrtYh's aAd
w 50 ft n 100 ft e 50 ft s 100 ft (for
Com"' wwr'VoVls'EG JK
-w 49 ft s 83 ft e 49 ft n 83 ft (for
1914)
Com 759 ft rw of ne cor of swv
w 50 ft s 224 ft e 50 ft ti 224 ft (for
18
Lo-ts 1 and 3 blk 6 West End (for 1911,
Lotl121419Ind blk 'i 'West End ( f of
-1914) .
Lot 18 blk 8 West End (for 1911. 1912.
Lo1ts1a1nd48 blk V West' End "(for lVlV.
tai ion 19141
All lot 18 blk 9 West End (for 1911
1913. 1914) . . ... WW
ATiiOt 19 D1K v v est iii-
and 16 Mk lOWestEml (for
Lots 15 '-and lY blk 10 West End ( for
1913 1914) .......
Lots 18 22 and 24 blk 10 West End (for
1912, 191)
All lot 20 blk 10 West End (for 1914 J..
W4 lot 4 and all lot 6 blk 29 west
Ail lot 24 blit 29 West End (for 1913,
Lots 1 and V blk 30 West End (for.1912.
Lots 21 22 23 'and 24 blk 30 West End
,1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 1 to 10 inc blk 49 West E?id (for;
1914) ...... .,-.;:?...
Lots 1 to' 10 lnc blk 50 West End X for
1 cii 10141
Lots 14 5 '8 and 9 blk 1 Western (fort
1912, 1913, 1914) ,VV,V
Lots 12 and 13 blk 1 Western (for 1912,
Ni9i3, 1914) v.
lot 1 blk 4 Western (for 1914)
lot 1 blk 5 Western (for 1914) ...
,i 3 and 5 blk 5 Western (for 1914)
lot 7 blk 5 Western (for 1912, 1913.
1-blk VweVtern (fiMiii)"::
7 blk 6 western (ior ijuj.-..
1 Reardon's Due West (for 1912,
and 9 Reardon's Due West (for
.... ......
ot 10 Rearndon's uue west, uur
a4)
J 1234567. 8 and 11 blk 51 Santa
iaria Place (for 1914) ......
l 1 (to 24 inc ex lots 21 23 blk 71
Jrianta Maria Place (for 1914) . ..
)ts ZX ana : oik. t a auia ..ia. ia
PlafP (for 1914)
T nts 1 tr 28 inc blk 1Z Santa .Maria
Place (for 114)
7vts 30 and 32 blk 72 Santa Maria
Place (for 1914)
All blk 73 Santa Maria Place (for 1914)
Lots 1 to 28 inc blk 74 Santa 'Maria
TlaA (for 1914)
T.nts -29 and 31 blk 74 Santa tMaria
P-lae (for 1914)
TrfYt 30 and 32 blk 74 Santa Maria
Place (for 1914 )
All blk 75 Santa Maria Place (for 1914)
rvim 25 ft s of nw cor of SW Va.
s 208 ft e 208 ft n 104 ft w 104 ft n
104 ft w 104 ft (for 1914)
Lots 1 to 16 inc Columbia City (for
914 . . ... ...
ts 17 to 25 inc Columbia City (for
14)
26 : to 40 inc uoiumoia uity vior
)14)
4- 1QR -f.fr n nf fcr -nf nwVi of ne1
t 198 ft W 420 ft 198 ft e 420 ft (for
1,914)
ti 617. zi rt s oi ne cor oi nw
(160 ft w
14)
lex 50 ft
w 204 ft n 160 ft e 204 ft (for
e and w by 100 ft n and s in
cor lot 1 Cline's (lor 1911, xsiz,
113. 1914)
06 ft e of w cor lot 3 Clines, n
ft w 56 ft n 68 ft e 112 ft n 40 ft w
12 ft n 14.6 ft e 208.6 ft s 208.6 ft wi
152,6 ft (for 1912. 1914)
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s in sw
i cor. lot 5 Cline's add (for 1912, 1914).
Lot 7 sand lot 8 Cline's add (for
1911, 1912, 1914) . .-.
NMs lot 8 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912,
1913, 1914)
Nw4 lot 9 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912,
1913, 1914)
N lot 10 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912,
1913. 1914)
N lot 11 Cline's add (for 1912, 1913,
1914)
N and seVi. lot 12 Cline's add (for
1912, 1914)
Swl4 lot "2 Cline's add (for 1914)
N lot 13 Cline's add (for 1912, 1914)
All lot 16 Cline's add (for 1912, 1914).
SeM lot 17 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912,
1913, 1914)
SwVi lot 17 Cline's add (for 1911. 1914)
All lot 18 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912,
1913. 1914)
BeU lot 20 Cline's add (for 1911, 1913,
1914) ...
All lot 22 Cline's add (for 1914)
All lot 23 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912,
1913. 1914)
All lot 1 Tucker Hill (for 1911, 1913,
1914)
All lot 13 Tucker Hill (for 1912. 1914)
All lot 14 Tucker Hill (for 1911. 1912,
1913, 1914)
Cdm 40 ft n of se cor lot 2 Dunn's N
-W add, n 169 ft w 105 ft s 169 Vi ft
e 105 ft (for 1911, 1913, 1914)
30 ft n and s by 105 ft e and w in ne
cor lot 2 Dunn's N W add (for 1911,
1912. 1913. 1914)
40 ft n and s toy 105 ft e and w In se
cor lot z Dunn's N w add (for 1911,
1912, 1913. 1914)
V ex 30 ft n and s on n end lot 4
Dunn's N TV add (for 1911, 1912,
l13. 114)
ilot 5 Dunn's N W add (for 1911,
1912, 1913, 1914)
lot 6 Dunn's X W add (for 1914) .
H of n lot 11 Dunn's N W add (for
1911, 1912. 1913, 1914)
Vi of n ex 37 ft e and w on w end
lot 11 Dunn's X V add (for 1912,
1313. 1914)
pVs lot 11 Dunn's N W add (for 1914)
Ne4 lot 12 Dunn's N W add (for 1911,
1912. 1913, 1914)
5 and nel4 lot 14 Dunn's N W add
(for 1912. 1914)
11 lot 16 Dunn's N "W add (for 1912
1914).....
e lot 17 Dunn's N W add (for 1911,
1912. 1913. 1914)
0 ft e and w bv 115 ft n and s .in sw
cor lot 18 Dunn's N W add (for 1912,
1913, 1914)
11 blk A Dunn's N "W add (for 1914).
lots 1 2 3 4 5 7 9 11 12 13 14 blk B
Dunn's X W add ffor 1914)
ots 6 8 and 10 blk B Dunn's X "W add
(for 1914)
ots 1 2 4 6 7 9 and 14 blk C Dunn's
N W add (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
ots 2 3 4 5 7 9 and 11 blk D Dunn's X
w add (for 1912. 1914)
lots 6 8 and 10 blk D Dunn's X W add
(tor 1913, 1914)
ts 1 3 5 7 8 10 11 12 and 14 blk E
Dunn's X W add (for 1911, 1912,
1913. 1914)
11 blk F Dunn's X W add (for 1911,
1912. 1913. 1914)
tl blk G Dunn's X W add (for 1911,
1912, 1913, 1914)
ts 1 3 5 7 Dlk I Dunn's X W add (for
1914)
ts 9 11 13 and 14 blk J Dunn's X W
.(for 1911, 1912. 1913. 1914)

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ts 10 and 12 blk J Dunn's X W add:
(for 1911, 1912, 1913. 1914) . I
ts 5 10 and 12 blk L Dunn's X W add!
for 1912. 1913, 1914) j
! lot 9 blk L Dunn's X "W add (for.
,914 I

Unknown .

7 05
10 2t.
1 24
2 52
3 "2
6 ';7
10 0
1 21
7 05
85
7 05
3 90
18 48
4 39
4 30
6 67
1 84
3 42
8 63
7 03
7 84
7 03
7 03
' 2 49
3 90
1 24
4 69
3 90
7 05
2 82
1 54
2 01
3 90
7 03
3 12
4 69
6 75
19 65
93
93
3 60
2 80
1 08
93
5 48
6 27
1 54
15 63
3 90
2 33
3 12
3 12
3 60
3 12
2 33
2 33
.2 82
2 15
1 54
1 54
2 33
4 99
2 63
15 54
6 87
3 90
14 93
19 65
13 35
19 65
5 48
3 90
1 1 24
3 60
6 75
7 05
i 2 03
7 05

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;C C Shooter
I i
Unknown ..
Unknown
Unknown
(Unknown
Mrs M K Fox.
Unknown
Unknown.
F W Ditto
Unknown .
H A Fausett
F W Ditto
Unknown ..,
Ida Mitchell
Unknown
S J Finley
15
W O Hartley ..
Unknown
Cella Adams ..
Unknown
J D McDuffy .
Abe Lambright
Unknown .
Lucy Hall
Ed Mathews
Unknown .
Unknown .
C C Shooter
Ocala Investment Co.
Unknown
Unknown .
Unknown
Unknown
H A Fausett
Unknown -. .
Win Ponder .
J W (Manns .
J W .Manns .
E D Mack
Smith and Roberts
Henry Oil lam .. ..
J D McCall
jj C Boozer
j J A Michael
fc Simmons .
II A Fausett
Unknowff .
Sam Hampton
Unknown .
Cicero Mitchell .
Unknown
Unknown
S and M Sawaya
M S Sims
Unknown
18
15
22
Unknown .
Unknown .
Unknown .
John Brown
15
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
15
H A Fausett
F W Ditto
H A Fausett
J J Johnson .
Andrew Soott .
L T Gloster
Unknown
J C Boozer
Unknown .
J C Boozer
F W Ditto
B Williams
Unknown .
Sarah "Ward
Unknown
Euegne Dixon
5 48
3 60
7 03
7 84
9 90
15 72
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
P C Coleman
H Holland ..
Unknown
Unknown
22 32
4 20
.4 20
7 33
7 05
3 60
Unknown.
Unknown
D S Wood row.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown
Unknown.
Unknown
7 05
5 78
1 24
4 69
2 33
10 20
Unknown.
Unknown
7 03
Unknown.
Unknown
3 42
3 60
4 69
2 33
7 68
3 90
Unknown
W" A Alexander
Unknown
J C Boozer
Unknown
2 64
Unknown.... ..
Unknown
Unknown .. ..
J W Haynes
9 59
11 78
11 78
13 35
5 79
unknown .
Icelia Austin .
e C Smith ...
3 37
3 12
J R Blackiston
1 0

W add,
All lot 13 blk. L Dunn's N W add (for
1 1 1 4
All lot 14 blk L Dunn X W add (for
1M3. 1 M 4 ...
All ex lots 12 and 11 Mk N Dunn's X W
a.dd (for 1M1. 1M2. 1914)
Lots 1 to 12 inc blk Dunn's N W ad-!
(for lull. 1H13. 1914)
Lots 2 and 1 blk P Dunn's X W add (for
111. 1912. IjH)
Lots 5 7 i blk P Dunn's X W add (for
1911. 1913. 1914)
All ex lots 11 13 blk Q Dunn s X W ad i
(for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 11 blk R Dunn's N W add (for
1911. 1914)
Lot 12 and 14 blk R Dunn's X W add
(for 1912 .1914
All lot 3 blk T Dunn's X W add (for
nil, uii; 1
Ail lot 9 tik r Dunn s x w add (ror
1911. 1913. 1914)
All lot 14 blk T Dunn's X W add (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 2 blk U Dunn's N W add (for
1913. 1914) ..:
Lots 3 4 5 7 9 and 10 blk U Dunn's N
W add for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914) ...
All lot 2 blk 2 Goss add (for 1912. 1913.
1914)
Xl2 of nJi and swi lot 4 blk 2 Goss
add (for 1912, 1913. 1914)
SVi of n4 and .eV lot 4 blk 2 Goss
add (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lot 1 and n'j and seVi lot 4 blk 3 Goss
add (for 1914)
All lot 3 blk 3 Goss add (for 1911, 1912.
1914)
Lots 1 and 4 blk 4 Goss add (for 1911
1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 2 and 3 blk 4 Goss add (for 1914)
S2 lot 2 mk 1 Goss add (for 1912. 1913.
1914)
All lot 3 blk 1 Goss add (for 1911. 1912
1913. 1914)
Swi lot 1 blk 2 Goss add (for 1911.
1912. 1913. 1914)
XeV; and ni of nwi lot 1 blk 2 Goss
add (for 1913. 1914)
All lot 2 blk 2 Goss add (for 1912. 1913.
1914)
Lots 3 and 4 blk 2 Goss add (for 1911
1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 2 iwid 3 blk 3 Goss add (for 1911.
A 1 1 lot 1 blk 4 Goss ad d' ( for 1911"
1914)
All lot 4 blk 4 Goss add (for 1911. 1912.
1913. 1914)
Si lot 3 blk 1 Goss add (for 1911. 1914)
83 ft e and w on e .side lot 1 blk 2 Goss
add (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
34 ft e and w on w side lot 1 blk 2.
116 ft e and w on e side lot 4 blk 2
Goss add (for 1912. 1914)
Com 83 ft w of ne cor lot 1 blk 2. w
93 ft s 100 ft e 93 ft n 100 ft Goss
add (for 1911. 1914)
Lots 2 and 3 blk 2 Goss add (for 1911.
1912. 1913. 1914)
94 ft e and w on w side lot 4 blk 2
Goss add (for 1914)
Lots 1 and 3 blk 3 Goss add (for 1911.
1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 2 blk 3 Goss add (for 1914)
All ex n2 of n w V lot 4 blk 3 Goss add
(for 1911. 1912. 1914)
S' of lots 2 and 3 blk Goss add (for
1914)
Lots 3 and 4 blk 1 Goss add (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 2 Goss add (for 1912. 1913
1914)
All lot 2 blk 2 Goss add (for 1911. 1914)
Xll lot 3 blk 2 Goss add (for 1914)...
All lot 4 blk 2 Goss add (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 3 Goss add (tor 1911. 1912
1!13, 1914)
Ml lot 3 blk 3 Goss add (for 1914)....
All lot 4 blk 3 Goss add (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 4 Goss add (for 1911. 1912.
1913. 1914)
All lot 2 blk 4 Goss add (for 1914)...
All lot 3 blk 4 Goss add (for 1914)
MKlot 4 blk 4 Goss add (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 3 Beef's add (for 1914)..
Lots 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 blk 3 Befrjr's
add (for 1914) ;
All lot 5 blk 3 Read's add (for 1914)..
Lots 13 16 and 17 blk 3 Bes?j?'s add (for
1914) ;
Lots 1 2 sub lot 6 sub nwi of nw'i
(for 1914)
Lots 3 to 22 lnc e lot 11 blk 6 sub nwV
or nwu (tor 1914)
Si lot 7 sub nw'i of nwi (for 1"14)
All lot 8 sub nwi; of nwU (for 1914)
NOTICE
In the Clreult Court of the fifth Judi
cial Circuit of Florida. Marlou
County In Chaacery.
To John A Bishop,, Francis E. Harris.
ousannan jenKins, uenerai 1 Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. Faith Murphy, Mary E. Ross,
A. J. Jackson, Annie M. Atkinson,
W. H, Baker and F. B. Norman,
co-partifers doing? business as
Norman and Company, Dickson H.
Irvine, administrator of the estate
of J. L. Feaster. Chas. L. Billings,
Beulah R. Verge and Andrew J.
Markham.
It appearing from an- affidavit filed
In this court in a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by X. G. Wade, Walter Ray and
Flora 'M. Osborn. co-partners dolnsr
business under the name and style of
Morrison, Ray and Company, against
you and others, that your respective
places of residence are of a state or
country other than the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but that your respective places
of residence are unknown -to affiant,
but, that there Is no- person In the
state of Florida, the service of sub subpoena
poena subpoena upon whom would bind you, or
either of you.
Xow therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on v
Monday, the 2nd day of November, A.
D. 1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in our sild court
by X. G. Wade, Walter Ray and
Flora M. Osborn. co-partners doing
business under the name and style of
Morrison. Ray and Company., and to
do further and reeclve what our aid
court shall have considered In that be behalf,
half, behalf, otherwise the complainant will
proceed ex parte.
It Is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be -published once a
week for 8 consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published In
said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P.
H. Xugent, clerk, and the seal thereof,
at fhe court house in Ocala. Marlon
county. Florida, this the 31st day of
August, A. D. 1915.
Seal P. H. XUGENT,
Cler kof the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
By Alberta Weeks, D. C
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Is a true copy of the original order of
publication in the foregoing cause, as
the same appears on file in my office.
This the 31st day of August. A. D.
1913.
Seal P. H. XUGEXT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida,
tf-thurs By Alberta Weeks, D. C.
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida. Marlon
County In Chancery.
To Chas. W. White, and Savannah and
, Florida Phosphate and Land Com Company,
pany, Company, a Corporation.
It appearing, from an affidavit filed
In this court in a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by N. G. Wade, Walter Ray and
Flora M. Osborn. co-partners doing
busine-ss under the name and style of
Morrison, Ray and Company, against
you and others, that your respective
places of residence, are of a state or
country other than the state of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Chas. W. White, who resides in the
city of New York, state of New York,
and Savannah and Florida Phosphate
and Land Company, whose principal
place of business is in the city of Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, state of Georgia, that there is
no person In the state of Florida, the
service of subpoena upon whom would
bind you. or either of you.
Now therefore, you and each of you

Ivj'.s 5 and S.r.lk L Dunn's X
for l'jll, U12. 1913. 1914 ..

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J C Boozer
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Unknown. .
J II Taylor
H S Stark
N Summers
H Holland ..
unknown . .
iJas Maxey
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1 Unknown
1 II Lambri?ht .. ..
1 Unknown
l'Helrs Wm Young
1 Unknown
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2!H Lambrisrht.
2 (unknown.. .,
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2T J Anderson
2lUnknown
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Laura Goss
F VT Ditto
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4 (Unknown
4!l"nknown
4 jUnknown.
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4 Unknown
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Jane Morris .
TI A Fausett .
Florence Berry .
Wm. Stewart
Ditto and Maloney
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Ditto and Maloney
Addle Hunter
V. V .CLY.ITT,
City Tax Collector.
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Monday, the 4th day of October. A. D.
191S,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you In our said court
bv X. O. Wade, "Walter Ray and Flora
M. Osborn. co-partners doing bualnea
under the name and style of Morrison
Ray and Company, 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
parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Ocala Star, a newspaper published
In said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bol Bollock.
lock. Bollock. Judge of our said court, and P.
II. Xugent. clerk, and the seal thereof,
at "the court house 1n Ocala. iMarion
county. Florida, this the 31st day of
August. A. D. 1915.
Seal P. H. XUGEXT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of 'Marion
County, Florida,
By Alberta Weeks, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA."
COUNTY OF MARION.
I heTeby certify that the foregoing
is a true copy of the original order of
publication In the foregoing cause, as
the same appears on file in my office.
This the 31st day of August. A. X.
1915.
Seal P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida,
tf-thure By Alberta Weeks, D. C.
OKLAWAHA VALLEY
RAILROAD SCHEDULE
No. 71 Leave Palatka, 7:30 a.
arrive Ocala. 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala. 1:05 p. m.;
arrive Palatka. 5:25 p. m.
. Advertise in the Star.
Go Worth by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS. CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
Address
IL C. AVERY. AGENT
Jacksonville, Fix.

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If you have on hand a sufficient quantity ot
Bill Heads, Statements and Envelopes
to carry you by the first of the month's billing
period. Knot,
SEE US
and let us prepare you for the work in ample
time to prevent friction at bill making season.
Our facilities for turning out on short notice
Office Stationery, Programs,
Booklets, Invitations Visiting
Cards, Annonncements, Etc.
are not excelled in this section of the state.
HAND BILLS, all sizes, A SPECIALTY
THE OCALA STAR

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Inst-nct '2rs3 Reatan.
There lias be?n c:r;-:it In England
of recent years a reaction afralnst rea reason,
son, reason, an uvowid worship of Instinct
ami tradition ami ?vtn prejudice. The
doctrines of this reaction are in them themselves
selves themselves fascinating, and they have been
preached by fascinating writers. The
way of Instinct and old habit la so fall
of ease, so facile and strong and tm tm-tronbted!
tronbted! tm-tronbted! Look at. the faces of .men
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
LRIOX-DUXN" 3HSOJTIC IXDGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenlns of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice
A. uuraett, W. Mm
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOOD3LK.N OF THE WORLD
Fort Kin Camp No. 14 xnteU at
the K. of P. Ball at 8 p. m.. every
econd and fourth Friday. Visltl&p
nverelgns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A. 3L
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the
fourth Friday In every month at
8 b. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secy.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. Fn
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended .to visitlns
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
sneeU at Yonge'k hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eaci
month at 720 o'clock..
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. SL
Mrs. Lillian simmoca, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SS. B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protectee Order of Elks.' meets
the second and fourth Duesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoQse, east side.
2. IL von En ge Ik en, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secretary. At.
OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 2S
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 IL R.
CONCORDIA LODGE T. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Tonga's Hall
.a the second Thursday erenlng of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad
KXIGMTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m-, at
Casrle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial "v el 00 me to la la-it
it la-it inc brothers. C B. HowelL C C
Chaa. K. Sage, K. of R. 8. Ad

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who are wrapped cp la some natural
and Instinctive purpose. Look at a dog
chasing his prey, a lover pursuing his
beloved, a band of vigorous men ad advancing
vancing advancing to battle, a crowd of frlenda
drinking and laughing. That shows
os, say the writers aforesaid, what life
can be and what It ought to be. "Let
us not think and question, they say.
"Let us be healthy and direct, not fret
against the main current of instinctive
feeling and tradition."
In matters of art such a habit of
mind may be valuable. In matters of
truth or of conduct It is, I believe, aa
disastrous as it is alluring. Gilbert
Murray In Atlantic

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Price 25c and 50c 1 bottle holds six
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NOTICE

la Ike Clrralt Oart f tk Fifth Jmdi Jmdi-rial
rial Jmdi-rial CI r rait ( FUrtda, Start
CMatr la Caarry.
To the unknown heir of C IL Xlar Xlar-rare.
rare. Xlar-rare. jrd the unknown nclra of
Shediick Atklneon. and all persons
claiming- an Interest in and to he
northeast quarter of the aouttrweat
quarter, section township IS.
range IS east, and northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of southwest quarter and
southwest quarter of norttrwee-t
quarter of sedation 25. uid weat
half of southwest quarter of sec section
tion section 29. townehlp 15. south, of
range IS eat.
It appearing from the allegratjons of
a sworn bill of complaint filed tn this
court on this day in a suit commenced
br N. o. Wade. Walter Ray and Flora,
M. Osborn. co-partners dolnjr business
under the name and style of Morrison.
Ray and Company, against the on on-known
known on-known heirs of C. II. HarfrraTes and
the unknown heirs of Shedrick Atkin Atkinson,
son, Atkinson, that the complainant believes that
there are persons Interested In the
property Involved In the salt suit, to to-wlt:
wlt: to-wlt: the unknown heirs of C. H. Ilar Ilar-grave
grave Ilar-grave and the unknown heirs 0
Shedrick Atkinson, whose TJ&rnes and
and places of residence are unknown,
to the complainant and In said Mil of
complaint having prayed for relief
ag-ainst the raid unknown heirs of said
C H. HarssrsTes and the unknown,
heirs of said Bhedrick Atkinson..
is'ow therefore you and each of you.
and all other persons claiming an In Interest
terest Interest In or title to the property cere cere-inabove
inabove cere-inabove described, are hereby requir required
ed required to appear before this honorable
court on
Msr ta ta 'T ef DeeesaWr. A. D.
ISIS
to then and there make answer unto
the said bill of complaint exhibited
against you in said cause now pending pending-In
In pending-In our said court, and to do further
and receiTe what oar said court shall
have considered In that behalf, other otherwise
wise otherwise the complainant will proceed ex
parte.
It. is further ordered that a copy of
this order ehall be published once a
week for twelve consecutive weeks In
the Ocala Star, a newspaper published
In ald county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Jiulxe of our said court, and P.
IL Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof,
at the court houe 1n Ocala. Marion
county. Florida, this the 31st day of
Ausrust. A, D. 1915.
I .Seal J P. IL NUGENT.
Cler kof the Circuit Court of Marion.
County. Florida.
By Alberta Weeks. D. C
STATR OF FLOP.IDA.
COr.VTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foregoing foregoing-l
l foregoing-l a true copy of the original order of
publication in the foregoing cause, as
the ame appears on file In my office.
This the ilt day of August, A. D.
1915.
I SealJ P. IL NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County. Florida,
tf-thurs By Alberta Weeks. D. C.



EIGHT

OCA LA EVENING STAB THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1515

OCALA OCCURENCES

4
Mr. Tulle Hickson of Mcintosh is
among the prominent Marion county
citizens in town today.
Mr. and Mrs E. C- Beuchler of the
Anthony Farms are in the city to today.
day. today. Mr. Beuchler says, he has just
completed harvesting over a hundred
tons of splendid hay.
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerigs. tf.
Mr. Frank G. Moorhead of Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. C, arrived in the city this
morning and will be here for several
days on business connected with his
timber interests. Frank is an old
timer in Ocala and never tires of re
lating reminiscences of the earlier
days.
A full line or loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al al-ways
ways al-ways on hand at Ceng's. tf
Governor .JTrammelPs Sunday school
proclamation is being worked to the
-limit by the Ocala Sunday schools. If
you don't intend going to one of the
city churches on that day, you'd bet better,
ter, better, hie the tall timbers, as there'll
be "no rest for the weary" on that
day outside the circle.
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of -other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Today rounds out the half -holidays
;for the season of 1915. The business
houses hereafter observe the regular
winter schedule of six full days' la labor.
bor. labor. The summer to one arid all
taken as a whole has been one of en enjoyment,
joyment, enjoyment, made doubly so by the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the half-holiday cus custom.
tom. custom. Have you tried those delicious Max Max-bee
bee Max-bee cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Eerig's. tf
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WEATHER FORECAST
Probably local rains tonight and
Friday; cooler northwest portion.
There will be more men in the Bus Business
iness Business Men's class of the Methodist
Sunday school Sunday, Oct. 3, 1915,
than has ever been in a Sunday school
class in this county before. This will
be a great day in Sunday school work.
Come! Every man in the county will
be welcome. Bring your family. The
crowd will be large but we will have
a place for you. 9:30 a. ml
Sweet pea and nasturtium seed
just in. Bitting & Co., 410 N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 17-6t
Messrs. Marcus Frank and B. Gold Goldman
man Goldman spent Tuesday in Gainesville,
where they went to bid on the stock
and fixtures of a big drygoods firm
which recently failed. They bought
the entire fixtures that cost $2500 a
few months ago for only a fraction of
that sum.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Patst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
Judge George de Muro and a party
of friends from Inverness was in
town today.
Mr. T. I. Arnold of the McDowell
Crate & Lumber Co4 is ill at his
rooms at Mr si Arms boarding house.
Dangerous Nitroglycerin.
Nitroglycerin is a fearfully danger dangerous
ous dangerous explosive- and at a temperature of
only 100 degrees that is, very little
more than the warmth of the human
body it begins to decompose.
Tons of nitroglycerin are turned out
every day,' for It Is the explosive frm
which guncotton Is made. But all the
mixing vats are artificially cooled by
coils of cold water pipes.
The cleaner nitroglycerin is made
the less the danger. Consequently it
undergoes any number of -washings be before
fore before it is fit for use. In the earlier
days of its manufacture nitroglycerin
waste water was allowed to run away
through open 1 drains, or Into streams.
It was not realized that this waste con constituted
stituted constituted a source of danger until, one
day, a flash of lightning, striking
ground near a factory, which was soak soaked
ed soaked with this compound, caused a fear fearful
ful fearful explosion. A cavity twenty feet
deep was blown In the earth, and the
factory itself, although fully 200 yards
away, was practically demolished.
London Answers.
Destroying Guns.
It may be necessary to destroy guns
to prevent them falling Into the hands
of the enemy, or to make captured
runs useless. If a mall amount of
dynamite or other explosive Is avail
able, of 'course this can be done very
effectively. If not, the breech of the
gun Is closed and the hinge joints
smashed as much as possible with A
handspike or pick. If there Is time a
few rifle shots fired at the vital points
of the gun effectively Jam the mechan
ism so as to make It useless. ,TVIth
rifles, the butts are broken off and the
barrels destroyed as much as possible.
To do this the rifles are well heated
over a fire and smashed up with heavy
hammers. Ammunition Is destroyed
by placing tt In a deep pit and setting
it on fire. Telegraph wires are cut up
Into small pieces and the poles cut
down and broken up. London Ex Express.
press. Express. t
LstTbem Hunt For It.
A. minister in a local church known
for his absent 'minded n esB by the mem members
bers members of his own family, but not to his
congregation, saved himself from com complete
plete complete exposure at a recent service by
his quick wit.
He had studied his sermon carefully,,
but had neglected to make any nota notations
tions notations of the number of the chapter and
verse from which the text was taken.
In the pulpit he announced the text
and then stopped short while the con congregation
gregation congregation waited to hear from what
place in the Bible it was taken.
As he noticed absence of notes to this
fart he quickly announced. "I'm going
to give you a week to find from what
chapter and verse this phrase was
taken." So was exposure averted.
Columbus Dispatch.
Titles of Victor Emmanuel.
The author of ''Rejected Addresses"
preserved the name ot a certain Mr.
Pole, as the longest imaginable, in the
well known lines:
Bless every man possessed of aught to
give.
Long may Long Wellesley Tynley Long
-Pole live.
but Mr. Tole's name was as nothing to
the titles of the king of Italy, many of
which are derived from the older king
dom of Sardinia. Where his titles end J
it might be difficult to say, but they
begin, king of Italy, Sardinia, France,
Spain, England, Jerusalem, Greece,
Alexandria and Hamburg, ruler of the
midway sea, master of the deep and
king of the earth. Christian Science
Monitor.
SEE THE FAB.M on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.

CITRA

Citra. SeDt. 29. Miss Savon. Mr.'
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Dupree
motored to Ocala yesterday. J
Miss Blow returned to Jacksonville t
last Fridav. She will have a posi-!
tion is one of the schools there. Mr.
Talbert of White Springs takes Miss
Blow's place in the Citra school.
Dr. E. Van Hood of Ocala was here
Monday on professional business.
Miss Elizabeth Parramore is visit visiting
ing visiting her aunt at SL Augustine. She
was accompanied there by her brother
who had been visiting here for a few
days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Talley Smith and
aunt, Miss Savon expect to leave next
week for their old home in Wilming Wilmington,
ton, Wilmington, Del. Citra jegfets very much to
have to lose this excellent, family.
Ray Moody has one to Petersburg,
v a.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramey had their
house broken into Sunday and about
thirty dollars stolen.
Miss Susie Ervin spent Sunday
with her mother in Ocala.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, Sept. 29. Nice Showers
fall every day and are fine on fall
gardens.
Mrs. M. R. Beck and Misses Rosa
lie and Leola Smith returned from the
house party given by Miss Loleta
Rawls, of Montbroo, Saturday, while
Miss Theora Smith left Williston on
the early morning train for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to attend the teachers institute
which was in session at that place.
Mrs. I. N. Rawls left for her home
in Montbrook Saturday after a few
days .spent pleasantly with Mrs. C.
M. Smith- and other friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. C, .M. Smith, Mrs. M.
R. Beck and Miss Rosalie Smith and
Mr. Cedrick Smith attended' church
at- Flemington Sunday and were
guests to dinner of Mr. J. M. Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. Mrs. Chas. Mixson and grandson
Lorin Lyles and Dr. C. G. Mixson of
Gainesville were Sunday afternoon
callers here.
Mr. and Mrs C. R. Curry and Miss
es Ethel Senn and Thelma Curry at attended
tended attended church at Flemington Sunday
and were 'guests of Mrs. C. M. Gray
for dinner.
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, Sept. 29- Mr. Norwood
of Texas held a series of meetings
here last- week, which were well at attended.
tended. attended.
Mrs. J. M. Fort spent Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon with. Mrs. J. H. Fort.
Mr. Grady Reynolds, of Lynne and
Misses Myrtle, and Marzella Mack, of
Electra, were the guests, of Miss
Martha Fort, Sunday.
Master Raymon Davis visited his
friend, Master Edwin Sellers, last
week. '
Misses Annie and Francis Marsh
visited, Mjss Maud Davis Sunday.
Messrs. H. E. Martin and W. C
Caldwell visited the Brick City Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. Andrew Holton and mother and
Misses Sallie and Addie Morrison were
the guests of Mrs. Collins Sunday.
Mrs. Pillans and daughter. Miss
Dixie, visited Mrs. J. S. Martin Sun
day afternoon. r .
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Morrison spent
Saturday with Mrs. John Chalker in
Oklawaha.
Mr. and Mrs.' A. M. Morrison visited
in Oklawaha Saturday and Sunday.
VEGETABLES, BULK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
uaraen ana nower seed ox every
kind. Bitting & Co, 410 North Mag
nolia street. 17-6t
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Mver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E'JDAUIERS
PnONES 47, mi, 305
ocalaflomda
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.
v Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
OCALA FLORIDA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made cn all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

BELLEVIEW

Belleview, Sept. 29, Mr. J. O.
Hightower of Heather Island ajid Mr.
Sim Savage, the real estate manip-
ulator of Ocala, were scurrying
around Belleview and its environs
last Tuesday morning, which probably
indicated that there was some kind of
a big land deal on the string. That
Savage man is a winsome little crea creature,
ture, creature, when he has a prospective vic victim
tim victim in tow.
Mr. A. L. Miller of Leesburg, pass passed
ed passed through last Tuesday morning in
his Hudson six, bound for Ocala,
where he met Mrs. Miller on her way
home from the mountains of North
Carolina, where she has been spend
ing the summer.
Miss Gertrude Carter returned to!
ner nome ai ionani last veanesaay,
alter a pleasant visit to inena3 in
Belleview. She was accompanied by
Mrs. R. L. Cumner.
Mrs. I. N. Nichols spent several
days last week in Ocala, visiting her
daughter, Mrs. I. I. Strong.
Prof. H 5- Chambers made a bus
iness trip to Ocala last Saturday.
Mr. Ted Drake of civil engineering
fame,, spent last Monday in town run
ning land, lines.
Mrs. J. J. Nelson returned last
Monday from her summer's outing,
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED,. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED At once, two six to eight
months old Barred Rock cockerels,
six pullets, five months or older.
State prcie delivered at Ocala. Ad Address
dress Address Box 317, Ocala, Fla. 30-tf
WANTED The return portion of a
icket from Qcala to Washington, D.
C, .for use in ten days or two weeks
from this date. Apply at Star of office..
fice.. office.. 9-30-6t
LAND TO' RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on shares. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, Star office. 9-30-tf
LOST Ladies' bathing suit in black
bag at or between Silver Springs and
Ocala. Finder will please return to
Miss Nellie Goodwin at Rheinauer's
store. 9-30-6t
LOST Elks stickpin, platinum, set
with diamonds. Reward will be paid
or return to Ed Dreyfous, at the
Ocala House Wine Rooms. 9-30-3t
COTTAGE FOR RENT A small cot cottage,
tage, cottage, well located.. Owner will re
model same according to wishes of
tenant. Apply to Davis S. Welch. 29-tf
FOR RENT Upstairs consisting of
three rooms and bath. Furnished for
light housekeeping; city and cistern
water: electric lights. Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th street. 29
FOR SALE Five chair barber shop,
known as "17 Barber Shop", establish
ed 15 years. Street cigar and shine
stand in connection. Owner wants to
engage in otheni business; price rea
sonable. Address Ed. Gross. West
Palm Beach, Fla.'
25-t.
FOR REifT Five room cottage for
rent, '70S South Sanchez street. Ap
ply to Baxter Cam. 25-15-tf
FOR SALE Refrigerator, ice box
and restaurant fixtures. I desire to
sell quickly m order to forget. Ap Apply
ply Apply Box 424, Ocala, or at Star of office.
fice. office. 25-t.
WANTED Three upstairs rooms, un
furnished, for light house keeping, at
$2 per week. Apply to Mrs. O. L.
Batchelder 308 West Broadway. 25 6t
WANTED 12 or 15 head of hogs to
fatten on shares; best of feed and
running water in the field. Address,
Allan' Rodgers, Montague, Fla. 25-t
MONEY WANTED Fifteen hundred
dollars wanted for one, two or three
years; gilt-edged personal property
as security worth three times the
amount, insured for $2500. Address
Box 164. 25-12t
WANTED Any one desiring board
in private family; house well venti ventilated
lated ventilated and screened. Apply to 1129
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-1 m
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also f,or light house
keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOR SALE Twa-story house on
Fort King avenue. One of the very
best locations in Ocala. Terms to
suit. Address P. O. Box 273, Ocala,
Fla. tt-tf
FOR SALE Young cow, fresh, one
horse, buggy, one-horse wagon, two
sets harness and a brood sow. Cheap
for cash. Apply N. II. Dunlap, on An Anthony
thony Anthony road, 2 miles from Ocala. 3t

spent with friends on the Hudson
river.
Miss Mabel McClain and Mrs. John
Mathews of Candler, cantered into
town last Tuesday afternoon or two
as pretty mounts as there are in this
section. They just rode over to say
howdy to their friends, and to com

pare the quality of Belleview ice
cream with that of Candler.
Mr. Charles Schram went down to
the depot the other day to get a ship shipment
ment shipment of pigs that he expects to have
considerable success with. He says
these pigs are of the automatic, self self-feeding
feeding self-feeding kind, and their growth will be
watched with deep interest.
The regular monthly thimble party
was held at (hehome of Mrs. W. R.
Bryrnt on the Summer-field road last
Tuesday -afternoon.
Quite a goodly
number of ladies attended.
Mrs. John T. Harnes comes in ard
lays down the coin with the preemp preemp-tory
tory preemp-tory demand that we place the Week Weekly
ly Weekly Star in his possession each 'and
every week, so that she will be able
to keep. up with the current Belle Belleview
view Belleview news and happenings. This .we
gladly agreed to do for Mrs. Hames
has been a Ttader of the Star for ten

FALL TAILORING EJifOSITlOn
Thursday, Friday and Szlzi.C:7
SEPTEMBER 30. AND OCTOBER 1 WJD 2
MR. DILLARD. AN EXPERIENCED TAILOR Ff
ISAAC HAMBERCER AND SONS MEN'S TAILOR!,,
ESTABLISHMENT. BALTIMORE. WILL BE MERE 0
THE ABOUE DATES WITHTHE NEWEST AND LATES1
STYLES AND FABRICS FOR YOUR INSPECTION. ALL
GOODS AND FITS GUARANTEED.

WE MOST CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO CALL.

Ocala,

Respect Your Loved Ones
Who Have Passed Away

By erecting to their memory a Tombstone over thir
resting place. It is the last tribute you can show them.
Our facilities for making all kinds of
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, MARKERS, IRON
or CEMENT FENCING. ETCL,
are unsurpassed, and our prices. will be found reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Let us submit specimens of our work. Call or
address
OCALA MARBLE WORKS,
Opposite Catholic Church
NORTH MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA, FLA.

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it big one and growir. I';:
A little message from Ccr.
frdra Mrs. Cogswell, states itz:
about the time the weather Ic L
get endurable that the fact c.
upon them that it is almost tin:

begin to prepare for their trip ?
The young people of the village
looking forward to the arrival cf
Cogswells with eagerness, for it is
their hospitable home that the yo-nt
sters turn themselves loose and er.jo;
themselves to their hearts coiteiA
Ye! And Mrs. Cogswell always keep 3
them busy while they are doing it.
The tolling of the church bell Fri Friday
day Friday morning, Sept. 24th. announced
the death of Mrs." Alice Ross, wife cf
George Ross. George and Alice Ross
for many years recognized leaders cf
the colored .race in this section, were
looked to for- friendly advice ari
counsel by many of their race. AV.:?
Ross was one of the most respect 1
colored women, and her demise wi'l
: leave a void that will be hard to f.'J.
and she will b" greatly missed- Tl.s
funeral services which were held tt
Mt- Pelier church, were attended lj
a vast concourse of her friends.
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