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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

EVENING

STAR

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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1915
NOT 238
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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Russian Armies Seem to
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ALLIES IH FRANCE AND FLANDERS PREPARING TO RESUME
THEIR OFFENSIVE

(Associated Press)

London, Oct. 7. The Allies having i

broken with Bulgaria, news is expect

ed momentarily that that nation is in
active rarticitation in the war on

Germany's side.

BASEBALL BULLETINS

Greece is forming a coalition cabi

net. Pending this her policy will be ..vto nnx. -t-t. rum predicted that she will be a popular

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Year

(Associated Press)

Washington, Oct. 7. The congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations of officials, friends and rela relatives,
tives, relatives, were showered on President
Wilson today following the announce announcement
ment announcement of his engagement to Mrs. Nor Norman
man Norman Gait of Washington.' The fact
that the president decided to marry
again gave the capital a topic over overshadowing
shadowing overshadowing for the moment interna international
tional international and domestic politics. The news
came as a surprise to all but the in intimate
timate intimate friends of the president and
Mrs. Gait.
Mrs. Gait is regarded as a woman
of rare beauty and charm and it is

obscure. There is no misgiving here,

however, that she will co-operate in
any way with Bulgaria. The crisis in
the Greek cabinet didn't impede the
landing of French troops at Saloniki.
The fact that these forces are on
Greek soil is considered the best
guarantee that Greece will ultimately
join the Allies, with whom Premier
Elect Zamimis is in sympathy. N
RUSSIANS ARE RECOVERING

Dvinsk on the eastern front is now

THE WORLD'S SERIES
TOMORROW
The first game of the World's

ies will begin in Philadelphia tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 1 p. m., eastern time. Shortly
after 2 p. m., central time, reports
will begin to come into Ocala, where
they will be received at the Temple,
and given out as fast as the operator
can take tehm. There will be only a
minute or two between the diamond
in Philadelphia and the Temple in

the scene of the struggles that are j Qcala.

most likely to bring decisive results. An our iOVers of the sport should

hostess in the White House, bhe is

j about thirty-eight years of age and
young appearing. Her husband died
- f about eight years ago. Before her

marriage she was .Miss ditn iiouing
of Wytheville, Va. Just when and
where the wedding will take, place
has not been decided, but it will prob probably
ably probably occur in a few weeks at the
home of the bride-elect.
It was Miss Margaret Wilson and
her cousin, Miss Helen Woodrow
Bones, who drew Mrs. Gait into the
White House circle. They met her in
the autumn of last year, and she

The Germans are still concentrating beat the Temple during ;he game to j sp.ent a mnt .is sufmer at ish

against JJvinsK, evidently Dent on a near the' results.

supreme effort to take that city. ine xhe baseball bulletins will not in

Russians, however, are delivering terf ere with the regular Temple pic-

nard blows all along the line, lhe ture snow. which will beein as soon

as a guest of Miss Margaret Wilson.

This was the president's opportunity
to meet and know her. Since the pres president's
ident's president's return to Washington he and

FARMER'S DAT

OVER FOUR BILLION BUSHELS OF GRAIN. IS THE LOWEST
ESTIMATE

Washington, Oct. 7 The wheat
crop of the United States this year
will be the greatest in the history of

the country. The government's pre

EVIDENT THAT THERE WILL BE
A CRQWD OUT AND MUCH
WORK DONE
Mr. A. C. Cobb, secretary of the
Marion Fair Association, has been in indefatigable
defatigable indefatigable in his efforts to have a

good crowd out at the fair grounds ; liminarv estmatP placC3 the. total

tomorrow, to celebrate farmers' day.
tt v j ii u at one billion two million twenty-
He has interviewed all our business . , , ,
, , I nine thousand bushels, one hundred
men and many other people, besides1 , .. ...
. . and eleven million bushels over the
every farmer that came to town, andi.rt. ... .
, j 1912 record, which was the high water
secured the promise of a good atten- .
dance j mark. The com crop is estimated at
The' work will begin at 6 a. m., and'hree billion twenty-six million one
it is hoped to revolutionize the looks i h,undred and fifty-nine thousand bush-

CIS.

(Associated Press)

AM

of the grounds by sundown. Had
there been more time to drum up a
crowd and prepare refreshments there

would have been a large, round oc-!
casion. As it is, the principal cele-J
bration will be to see who can do the j
most work, and all hands will supply j
their own rations. There will be j
plenty of ice water, however, John j
Taylor furnishing the ice and Arthur ;

Cobb the water.

TEUTON DIPLOMATS

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ACROSS THE RIVERS

DRIVE COMMENCED OF AUSTRO AUSTRO-HUNGARIANS
HUNGARIANS AUSTRO-HUNGARIANS ACROSS
THE DANUBE

(Associated Press)
Berlin, Oct. 7 Large German and
Austrian forces have invaded Serbia,
crossing the Drina, Save and Danube
in many places, says the war office.
These forces have established firm
footholds.

I w U 4 w CHU -V y W X A IV, I A Hill tli 0 3WA j -
British and -French press professes to Ls the game is over, at 3:30 or a few ;Mrs' Galt ha.ve, sent. E v evenmss

see a Russian- recovery, for which the minutes later

allied Activities in the west are given
credit.

hS FRENCH SLOWLY GAINING

The French capture of Tahure and
Summit hill is regarded of consider considerable
able considerable local important. The hill is less
than 200 feet high and was one of the
most important position held by the
Germans on that sector.

French officials say the Germans COMING FROM THE SOUTH TO

TROPICAL STORM

violentlv bombarded Lascarpe last

night and delivered four counter at attacks
tacks attacks against the new French posi positions
tions positions near Souchez and north of Ta Tahure.
hure. Tahure. All these attacks were repuls

ed with heavy losses to the Germans.

ADVANCING ON SERBIA

SWEEP THE GULF COAST

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 7. Another trop

ical storm appeared to be approach approaching
ing approaching the gulf coast, according to the

weather bureau, this morning. Storm

warnings have been ordered disolav-

Unconnrmed reports say mat an ed f rom Mobile to Cedar Key.

Austro-German army, estimated to
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be a nail million, is proceeaing mm NATIONAL GUARD IS

NOT MUCH GOOD

Hungary to make an attack on Ser

bia. Military observers think there

" In -the Opinion of the National Con-
no evidence of a heavy withdrawal

from the eastern or western fronts.
HELD UP HINDENBURG

ference for Defense

Washington, Oct. 7. The

three

days session of the National Defense

The Russians are on the offensive Conference closed here yesterday with

in some sections. Von Hindenburg the adoption of resolutions urging

was held up with a heavy drive on immediate military and naval in in-Dvinsk.
Dvinsk. in-Dvinsk. He is receiving reinforce- creases. Congress is also urged to

ments for another attempt to force create a national defense council

his way through the city's out de- General H. OdenLake, commander of

together and last night she was a

guest at a dinner at the White House.
PRESIDENT'S WEDDING PLANS
President Wilson's marriage will
probably take place the first week in
December, at the home of the bride-

elect here. The honeymoon' plans

have not been completed, but it has

been indicated that the trip might;

include the San Diego Exposition.

President Wilson will be the third
president of the United States to
marry while serving as the nation's
chief executive, Presidents Tyler and
Cleveland being the other two.
President Wilson and his fiancee
will make their first public appear appearance
ance appearance together at a houseparty at the
home of Colonel House, in New York.
Many social events are being planned.
A corps of clerks have been assigned
to social work for the next two
months.

SPECIAL RATES TO THE FAIB

fenses.

TAHURE TAKEN

the Army and Navy Union, said the
National Guard is virtually useless as
presently constituted, and its paper

strength, in the opinion of military

In .the Champagne region the
French have captured Tahure and

c- fti ; : 4.1 I v..-

oumrai. mn. aaUie y thousand effectives in war time.

Uerman second line oi aeiense. ine
general allied artillery bombardment
seems to be preparing a way for the
continuation of a general offensive.

The Marion Fair Association Is try

ing to secure specially low rates to the

fair for Wednesday, Nov. 24.' Mr. M.
R Williams, the accommodating

agent of the Coast Line, has taken

the matter up with his road.

CITRA

Citra, Oct. 6. Hon Ed. L. Wart
mann has returned to Atlanta to ac

company Mrs. Wartmann back home.
Talmadge Dupree, W. J. Crosby

ITALIANS MAKING ADVANCES

The Italians record another advance

toward Rovereto, which has so many
times been reported as evacuated by

the Au stria ns.

experts, would shrink to twenty-five j and J. S. Wyckoff are over at Gaines

ville this week.

i Miss Josie Malphurs is here to

I spend the winter, with her uncle and

! attend school.
Mr. Johnson and daughter, Mrs.
Haitien Carswell of Reddick, spent Sunday

HEADQUaR

TERS AT THE

OCALA HOUSE;

BEGINS TO LOOK LIKE GREECE
IS LOST T6 THE ALLIES

(Associated Pres.)

London, Oct. 6. Alexander Zaimas
has accepted King Constantine's in

vitation to form a new cabinet, says
;a Reuter Athens dispatch. fle assur assur-i
i assur-i ed the opposition that they will be al-

DUNING THE REUNION FOR THE,owed representation. A list of min-

CONFEDERATE VETERANS listers will be presented to the king in

OF THE STATE

la few hours. Zaimas will be the new

nremier and foreign minister. It is

Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. C. Carmi-j expected former premiers Coun-

aris, Ehallis, Dragoumis and Otkia

chael and Secretary Rooney are busy

securing homes for the Confederate

Veterans who will be here Oct. 27-29.
They are receiving prompt and gen

erous response, and it is evident
there will be no lack of hospitality
for the old soldiers.
Messrs. D. E. Mcjver, L. R. Chazal
and W. T. Gary have been busy col collecting
lecting collecting funds in behalf of the S. C V.,
and are also meeting with fair suc success.
cess. success.
The headquarters for both the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans and the Sons of Veterans dur during
ing during the reunion will be at the Ocala
House.

will be among his associates.
CONSTANTINE FAVORS TEU TEUTONS
TONS TEUTONS AGAINST HIS
COUNTRYMEN
Paris, Oct. 7. A .Petit Journal
Athens dispatch says the rupture be between
tween between the Greek king and Venirelos
followed a visit of the German min minister
ister minister to the king after the session of
the chamber of deputies at which
Venizelos outlined the policy he ex expected
pected expected Greece to follow.
While the crisis in the Greek cab-

i inet has not retarded the landing of
J allied troops in Saloniki and opera operations
tions operations toward the Serbian frontier,

The recently organized degree team ; actual Greek rapport nay be liking
of Fort King camp. W. O. W met at!and the Alhes need heavy reinforce reinforce-the
the reinforce-the K. of P. hall last evening and put ments KinS Constantine received
on its first rehearsal. With but onethe French minister yesterday but
or two exceptions the full member- j did not mention the landing of French
ship of the team was present, and the j trooPs and entente powers are
work taken up with an interest that!101 the PPalr sentiment in
was gratifying to those in charge, j Greece will force King Constantine to
At this meeting the team elected j UP hii Plic? of neutrality.
Sovereign Chas. E. Harris as captain j
of the team and attended to other de-1 A BAD BREAK

tails to complete the organization. (
Tp nrnSnort fnr n rnmr.Ptont d. Says the St. Augustine

RILEY'S BIRTHDAY

INDIANA LEADS THE PROCES PROCESSION
SION PROCESSION IN HONORING THE
POET

DEGREE TEAM AT WORK

Automobile traffic

Record :

between Jackson-

TREATY WITH HAITI

(Associated Press
Washington, Oct. 7. The

chamber of deputies has ratified a with Mrs. Stuart Ramey.
new treaty with the United States by Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Barcus have re
! a vote of seventy-five to six. It now turned from their trip to West Vir

awaits action by the upper house. Ac- ginia

cording to advices from Admiral Cap

erton, conditions are quiet.

IS YOUR BABY ENTERED?

crroo foam i a now acpnrdmc tft tVl

sentiment of a number of the older ville and St- Augustine has been al al-members
members al-members of the camp, brighter than'most entirely suspended because of
ever before l'e dplrate condition of the un-
By the fourth Friday of October. Paved four-mile section of the John
the 22nd inst on which date the lodge Anderson Highway in Duval county,
meets in semi-monthly session. the iust north of the St. Johns county
captain of the team hopes to be able line- few automobihsts who have
i i i a :

t rmt tfco f,,11 ,Wrn u-nrk with, managea 10 ge. mrougn i.u siuri-

Mrs. Blackshear and little son, out a hitch.
Pope, are expected home this week.

Mr. Valentine, representing Robt. NONE EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN tourlnP Party composed of a gentle-
T. Cochran of New York, spent sev- j rnan and three ladies was compelled
eral davs in Citra this week. have tried most a11 the cou?h to remain stalled in the mire and

cure? ana una mat mere is nor.e mat v -ll -;-.Vt Unr, Tho cnt h-vv

of decidedly unpleasant experiences. It
ii said that a night or two ago a

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people who cannot or do not take plication cards furnished

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10-7-tf

Eugene Peek.

vourself what a splendid medicine it

tor will take a post-graduate course, j is. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

an automobile over the road.

(Associated Pre)
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 6. Indiana
today led in the celebration of the
birthday of James Whitcomb Riley.
Every school in the state devoted the
day to the Hoosier poet. The climax
of the day will be reached tonight
when friends of the poet will enter entertain
tain entertain in his honor at a banquet.
HOMELAND
Homeland, Oct. 6. Mrs. M. F.
Sanders of Early Bird, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker and
family dined with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Parker Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Parker, who has un undergone
dergone undergone a successful operation at the
Gainesville hospital, has returned
ohme. We are glad to say that she
is considerably improved.
Mrs. A. J. Marlow has-been quite
sick for several days, but. under the'
efficient treatment of her doctor, she

is now out of danger.
Mr. Frank Parker made a business
trip to Early Bird last Monday.
Homeland school under the efficient
management of Miss Helen Thornton,
is making good progress.
J. F. Parker and son James, Mr.
H. R. Rodd en berry and Mrs. M. F.
Sanders motored to the Brick City
last Tuesday on a business and shop shopping
ping shopping trip.
The Homeland friends of Miss
Carrie Barco of Cotton Plant are
sorry to hear that she is sick and hope
for a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Williams of
Dunnellon were visiting relatives and
friends in Homeland last Sunday and
Monday.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ollie Roddenberry
returned home last Sunday after
Fpending a pleasant week with their
parents at Citronelle.
The Florida Cracker Grist Mill Co.
commenced business last Saturday,
and judging from the power used.

they certainly can make meal and
grit?..
Mr. Willie Parker was calling in
Leroy Saturday evening. There must

be some attraction there, Bill.



TWO

OCA LA EVENING STAR.TIIURSDA Y. OCTOBER 7. 191$

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. McCARDELL
Copyright. 1915. by Roy L. McCardell
(Concluded on Last Page)
$10,000 For 1,000
Words or Less
For an Idea For a Sequel to
"THE
DIAMOND FROM
THE SKY"
The American Film Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company's Piclurized
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This contest is open to any man.
woman or child who is not connected,
directly or indirectly, with the Film
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ing the continued story. No literary
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You are advised to see the continued
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SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP CHAPTERS.
TERS. CHAPTERS. A feud has existed between Colonel Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Stanley and his cousin. Judge Lamar
Stanley, over an heirloom, the diamond
from the sky, found In a fallen meleor 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
xlonel buys a gypsy boy and. substitutes
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 eky, and a document with the
Stanley secret. When Esther Is grown a
beautiful young girl, Hagar, now gypsy
iueen, returns to Virginia with her. Dr.
Lee, the late Colonel Stanley's friend,
adopts Esther, but demands that Hagar
turn over to him the diamond from the
sky. Arthur Stanley, son of Hagar, 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
The sheriff attempts to take Arthur into
custody, but he eludes his pursuers and
Joins Hagar, 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 Mars ton. Is the
guest of honor, Arthur and Blair find the
diamond on the visitor. She is an adven adventuress
turess adventuress who has borrowed it.
Luke Lovell. Hag ax's gypsy guard,
steals the diamond, and to avoid detection
drops it Into a mail box. Arthur leaves
Richmond and goes to the west. The dia diamond
mond diamond passes into a mall bag, picked up
by Quabba, organ grinder. Quabba's
monkey steals the diamond. Hagar takes
Esther to Stanley halL
Tom Blake, a detective of Richmond,
who is hired by Hagar. produces finger
prints convicting Blair. Hagar proposes
silence to Mrs. Stanley as the price of
Hagar's and Esther's being received in
Fairfax society. Blair strikes down- Ha Hagar
gar Hagar and steals the finger prints, leaving
the gypsy demented. The diamond is
found by a negro boy and Is taken by 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 he
seeks Blair instead. To win Vivian. Blair
steals the diamond, later marrying her
and leaving for the west. Their train is
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 must
regain the diamond for her. Luke Lovell.
driven from the camp after learning Ha Hagar's
gar's Hagar's SfCit-t, leaves to seek Blair. Hagar
Is under treatment and Esther is in
Richmond society, protege of Mrs. Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, who suspects her real name, and ot
Mrs. Randolph. Abe Bloom, gambler, who
knows' Blair's guilt, covets the diamond
and calls it the price of his secrecy. Blair
will not listen to Lovell. and Arthur also
Insists on his 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.
Dr. Lee, Arthur learns, died of heart dis disease.
ease. disease. Becoming very rich he buys Stan Stanley
ley Stanley hall, sold at auction, through Blake,
and also provides for Hagar. Luke Lov Lovell
ell Lovell buys the diamond from the squaw, but
loses it in a fight on Santa Barbara bay.
the gem sinking. At the auction Smythe
buys a mounted deer head.
CHAPTER XXV.
The Man In the Mask.
NDEIi the moon and with the
boom of the surf falling dully
on his ears, spent, panting,
chilled to the bone, Luke Lov
ell drew his dripping bulk up on the
sand and for a few anguished, aching
moments felt all the qualms of death
ere yet comes the dulling peacefulness
of dissolution.
Vaguely he heard far off the shouts
f men and the reverberations of hur hurried
ried hurried footsteps along the wooden cause causeway
way causeway of the dock.
For a few brief moments of anguish,
tow-nra -&nd fatisrua th --1r- rraa

TT Tr

crawling u;' fr-jiii the ?ea. cared little
whether hf lived, died or fell into the
hand-! of hU i-neiiiivs. Hut with re
turning lire:Uh and life aiue fear.
Lovell knew that in the murky wa waters
ters waters beneath "the nj'ii a brine strau
;!ed cv-rr.se heaved with the tide. What
answer had he to give to hi.s enetuiet
regarding this dead accomplice or his
living self? There had been a strug struggle
gle struggle in the lat. a death combat in the
water, a cry across the night, a t'ur' t'ur'-iing.
iing. t'ur'-iing. hideous cry and then silence. And
now the shouting crowd uion the pier
was searching with eager eyes across
the waters for the living or the dead.
And the diamond from the sky? It
was now the diamond beneath the pea!
It seemed plain now to the terror
stricken mind of the half drowned
gypsy that no evil hand could hold
the diamond.
In hands alien and evil, the diamond
would not abide, and with all the ter terror
ror terror of the night upon him Luke Lovell
felt relieved that this talisman of woe
lay at the bottom of the bay.
Rested now. he rose to his feet and
staggered away In the darkness, as he
realized the pursuit was coming in
his direction. Let the diamond stay
with the dead; let the living answer
the enigma of the struggle and cries
in the night upon the waters as !esf
they might. Luke Lovell resolved on
flight and distance between himself
and the diamond now in the deeps.
Sunrise finds him far back in the
mountains, and such is the influence
of the great fear that has been upon
him that in the desperation of his
acute if not chronic reformation Luke
Lovell asks and secures work In the
capacity of blacksmith's helper at a
forge at the mountain mines.
Now while he works and works well,
for all gypsies are tinkers and smiths
when they do or will work, let us see
what has become of the others whose
destinies are concerned with the gem.
Arthur, known as John Powell,
since striking oil has become possessed
of the touch of Midas. He prospers
and waxes in riches and power and is
Intoxicated with his own success. It
is not that be has lost thought and
hopes and affection for Esther, but
Esther is far away, and he is young,
and the adulation that men render render-and
and render-and women, too Is sweet to him.
Already in the oil fields of California

' he is known as "the golden man." lie
dreams of empires, as Cecil Rhodes
dreamed and realized in Africa. Ills
money Is not hoarded, his mind is upon
mines, frait farms, vast cattle ranches,
manufacturing plants and all forms of
financial and commercial activities.
The quiet lanes of Virginia, the tur turmoils
moils turmoils of his reckless youth that enliv enlivened
ened enlivened them, seem far away. Since he
found the outlaws plunder In the des desert
ert desert and made It the lever with which
he moved poverty and hardship from
his way money has become to Arthur
a mighty thing.
In his ambitious plans and activities
Arthur deems that money will do all
lie sends money to his agents, the se secretive
cretive secretive Richmond detective, Blake,
thinking he does well and that this
money will aid Esther and Hagar.
while he plays with time and destiny
at high stakes in far California.
And ever the dark eyes of Vivian
Marston are on him. But she keeps
aloof and bides her time. Here at last
Is a prey worth waiting the hour to
strike at. She resolves to play the
game boldly and well well-She
She well-She has need of helpful assistance.
Her thought turned to Blair. She
knows that for some strange reason,
inexplicable to both Blair and herself,
Arthur Stanley had sacrificed himself,
borne even the onus of murder, con confessed
fessed confessed by flight, murder he knew him himself
self himself guiltless of and Blair implicated.
But why? This she did not know, nor
did she care.
She only knew that Arthur would
not betray Blair and that Blair would
not betray Arthur. She knew that,
while Blair secretly, yet with Intense
bitterness, hated his supposed cousin.
Arthur had eagerly sacrificed himself
for Blair. t And now that Arthur, as
John Powell, was Indeed a golden
man. Vivian remembered his strange
attachment for Blair and thought it
well to apprise Blair of the change in
the fortunes as well as the name of
Arthur Stanley and have Blair come
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Luks Lovsll Works as a Blacksmith's
Helper.
out to the west as a willing and valua
ble accomplice In her designs to strip
the golden man of all his gold.
In Fairfax Bir was surprised to

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dt-revl. In the presence of Vivian Ulan
was as a m..n under a toxic seil. liui
he remembered with bitterness her
liirlit :nii scornful dismissal of hiru
She had married him. given herself to
h:m for the diamond from the sky. He
had riskM his life for it and her.
Yet when the train robbers had
despoiled them of the great gem she
had thrown him aside and mocked
him. And now she needed him and
sent for him. Blair was young, full
blooded and evilly unscrupulous and
passionate.
The sweet and beautiful development
f Esther's character and person, now
that he was relieved of the intoxicat intoxicating
ing intoxicating presence of Vivian, had roused in
Blair's breast a longing for Esther that
he thought was love.
Was it true, as A be Bloom, the gam gambler,
bler, gambler, had hinted, and Abe Bloom had
known the lady of old. that Vivian
Siarston possessed several husbands
and that her marriage, secret and
hasty, to Blair In Ilichmond previous
to their flight with the diamond was
null and void?
Blair's mother had taunted him with
this and bad lightly dismissed the
thoughts of Vivian and the marriage
from her mind. It was Blair's mother
also who constantly Inspired him with
thoughts of Esther. The very day the
letter had come from Vivian to Blair
Blair's mother had received a letter
Vivian Marston Thinks of Blair In
Faraway Virginia. 1
from Lawyer Hunter, the legal adviser
to the Stanleys, and who aa referee In
bankruptcy had charge of the sale of
Stanley hall when It went to Detective
Blake as highest bidder for some un unknown
known unknown client.
In this letter from Lawyer Hunter,
a letter in reply to some queries Mrs.
Stanley had made, the lawyer had
written:
Dear Mrs. Stanley In reply to your in inquiry
quiry inquiry the dlarsond from the sky is legally
the property of any sole heir of the late
Colonel Stanley, whether a son or daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Irrespective of family tradition re regarding
garding regarding it and the earldom of Stanley, etc
Very truly. RALPH HUNTER. 8R,
Attorney at Law.
Mrs. Stanley had shown this letter to
Blair.
-You know my suspicions," she re remarked.
marked. remarked. I have reasons to believe
that this girl, Esther Harding, Is the
real and only heir to all that Colonel
Stanley died assessed of. We have
no proof of this, but I believe the gyp gypsy
sy gypsy woman, Hagar Harding, possessed
such proof, and the girl now has It,
"Whatever this proof Is, It can be as assumed
sumed assumed that the girl carries It with her,
especially now that she has disappear disappeared.
ed. disappeared. She would not be likely to leave
so Important a document In any hid hiding
ing hiding place.
"We cannot move In the matter le legally,
gally, legally, for suspicions are not evidence,"
Mrs. Stanley went on. "Any lawsuit
might mean the return of Arthur Stan Stanley
ley Stanley to tell the truth so far as he knows
It regarding the death of Dr. Lee. You
would be implicated, and the gambler,
Abe Bloom, and the detective, Tom
Blake, evidently possess proof of your
guilt.
"For while the gypsy woman, Hagar,
who has been an Imbecile since you
struck her, had only photographs of the
Incriminating thumb prints. It Is evi evident
dent evident that Blake and the Blooms have
the originals the thumb print on the
bad check and the thumb prints you left
In the doctor's study on the cashbox
and elsewhere. The price of their si silence
lence silence is the diamond when it cornea to
light.
"If this girl Is the rightful heir of
Stanley, the diamond Is hers, and if
Arthur Stanley Is an Impostor, the earl earldom
dom earldom In England Is yours.
"We are bound to silence owing to
your rash and reckless acts. We must

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sale Is not legal, and If this girl Esther
Is the real Stanley the estates must be
restored to her. and the diamond from
the sky rightfully belongs to her
What will she care for the family tra tra-ditions
ditions tra-ditions If it ever comes about that she
Is able to prove or desires to prore her
claim? Doubtless she la keeping silent
out of regard for Arthur Stanley.
"There Is one simple thing to do.
Blair; you must marry this girl. Then
you will hare a clear claim to the title,
and you will also possess Stanley hall
and the diamond from the sky. No
matter where the diamond may be. It
must ultimately come to light. Ton
can then choos whether you will sur surrender
render surrender it to the Blooms as the price of
their f Hence, as la now arranged, or
buy them off from the wealth that
comes to you as the Earl of Stanley in
England."
CHAPTER XXVI.
Blair Sesks ths Documsni.
TI1E reckles. desperate and u
scrupulou ancestor, the first
Arthur Stanley, who had found
the diamond from the sky In
the fallen meteor 0U years agone, had
a worthy descendant In the equally
reckless, desperate and unscrupulous
Blair Stanley.
It is to be doubted if Blair Stanley
gare any thought of the great wrong
he might do the gentle Esther In the
furtherance of the cold ambitious
schemes of his mother and his own im impulsive
pulsive impulsive lawless ones. He cared not a
whit whether If he should marry Es Esther
ther Esther such an alliance would be biga bigamous
mous bigamous and shameful In case his mar marriage
riage marriage with Vlrlan should proTe subse subsequently
quently subsequently legal and binding.
To get Esther and to get the diamond
by such means, not to speak of the
Stanley earldom In England, appealed
to Blair. The thought of Vivian fight fighting
ing fighting for her rights as the consort of an
earl appealed to Blair's cynical sense
of humor.
With a meekness almost puritanical
in its sleek hypocrisy be had answer
ed his mother to the effect that be
would do as she desired. He prepared
himself, at his mother's suggestion, to
return to Richmond and make amends
with the disgruntled relative and so society
ciety society leader, Mrs. Barton Randolph.
for Mrs. Randolph had developed an
unwelflsh fondness for Esther.
Meanwhile Esther had been received
with open arms by the gypsy people
when she had returned with Quabba
when first set tin Ant n search of Ar-

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other search of Hagar's Tan at the
camp had been fruitless. There was
no trace or evidence of any wealth
that it had always been supposed that
Hagar possessed.
Esther announced to the gypsies
that, while Hagar gave evidence of
eventually recovering, it was necessary
that she (Esther) mus( Journey far to
seek a friend who could aid her in
these days of trlaL The generous
Romanys of the tribe pressed their lit little
tle little hoards of money upon Esther,
whom they acknowledged their prin princess.
cess. princess. But Esther refused to accept.
The more canny and practical Quab Quabba,
ba, Quabba, however, accepted all tributes of
this kind, unknown to Esther, and se secreted
creted secreted them against coming days of
need.
Followed far from the camp by the
kindly gypsies, and even the little gyp gypsy
sy gypsy children who loved Esther with the
loyal devotion of their elders. Quabba
and Esther set out upon their way.
Quabba was further gladdened by a
royal gift of a large street piano and
cart and pony to haul It.
Starting west and north upon their
quest for Arthur. Esther and Quabba
with their quaint equipage took their
way. They halted at the farm of
Farmer Smith, where Arthur had
worked, and proceeded on. intending to
skirt through Richmond to ascertain
Hagar's condition ere going west.
Journeying to Richmond, Blair Stan Stanley
ley Stanley beheld Quabba and Esther and the
pony and organ cart as his train pass passed
ed passed by them. The reckless Blair had
no patience to wait till the train reach reached
ed reached the next station. He pulled the air airbrake
brake airbrake cord, alighted, and as the train
pulled out he hid by the roadside by
the track, and after Esther and Quabba
had tolled past him on foot by their
pony organ cart, he stealthily trailed
them to the outskirts of Richmond.
From here he hastened to Mrs. Ran Randolph's,
dolph's, Randolph's, and made his peace and en enlisted
listed enlisted her sympathy and co-operation
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where Hagar was. and as he had rur
mlsed. they found Estner.
The appeals of the good hearted Mrs.
Randolph had no effect in dissuading
Esther from her wild plan of searching
for Arthur, Journeying eTen across the
continent on foot with a gypyy bunch bunch-back
back bunch-back to do so. until she appealed to her
through her love for Hagar.
"Suppose your mother recovers and
needs your said Mrs. Randolph ear earnestly.
nestly. earnestly. "Stay with ma, and be ray lit little
tle little adopted daughter again tHI yosr
mother recovers. You can see she Is
improving. Let your gypsy servant go
and seek Arthur Stanley. I am sure
X do not know what strange reason
actuates you In your desire to find him.
If he cared for you he would let you
know -where be is. If he is not guilty
of murdering dear on Dr; Lee why
should he run away? Don't you see.
a 'nice young girl can't do such de delightful,
lightful, delightful, romantic things? It's all rUrht
in books, my dear Esther, but in real
life a young girl going across the world
to seek a sweetheart without a chape chaperon
ron chaperon would be talked about. To st
"talked about" was Mrs. Randolph's
Idea of mundane damnation.
Esther realized the sense and sincer sincerity
ity sincerity of Mrs. Randolph's kindly pleading
and agreed to' aDfde Dy ner aance.
Quabba took up his lodgings in the
part of the town of Richmond be was
familiar with, preparing to start short shortly
ly shortly in his search for Arthur, and Esther
returned to Mrs. Randolph's.
With his rising fortunes in the west.
Arthur kept Lis secret agent in Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Blake, the detective. weU sup supplied
plied supplied with funds, though cautioned to
silence, a caution hardly necessary
with the taciturn Blake, the man be behind
hind behind the scene, who seemingly was at
the bidding of all and yet was ever the
master of his own deep methods.
A bootblack, a well grown youth of
twenty, loitered fcy the Randolph man mansion
sion mansion the day of Esther's return with
Mrs. Randolph and Blair Stanley. A
bootMack hastened to the private oCce
of Detective Tom Blake and breath breathlessly
lessly breathlessly reported the presence of Esther
and of Blair in Richmond. Blake took
half a dozen banknotes of large de denomination
nomination denomination from hit wallet and In Inclosed
closed Inclosed them in a large plain envelope
with a note that read. "Sent by Ar Arthur
thur Arthur to be used as necessary."
Twenty minutes later the bootblack
furtlrelr climbed the. wistaria vjne to
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OCA LA EVENING STAB THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915

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GAINESVILLE AND LIVE OAK

The following interesting letter

was written br our Belleview corres- j tween moving pictures,

pondent concerning her experiences
at the normal school and state post

masters' convention last summer:

exciting a place to stop in, so I went
on in to Jacksonville, telephoned a
friend that I had arrived and be-

eating and

; the ball game the time was passed

away very comfortably until train

jtime. The next time I go to Live

The University City is a great lit-

Oak via Seaboard, I will buy me an
around the world excursion ticket and

r i j ww w that wa
churches are progressive, they would go a

send autos out to the University and
carry those who wished to go to
church and then carry them back
again. I call that practical Christiani Christianity,
ty, Christianity, and it was appreciated.
Gainesville has a special breed of

. ,,. i- most of the people that live in or
birds of prey, and big enough to shoot..
The boys amuse themselves by watch- Their me their
intr them bore through tin cans, ancit ,

then chnchiner their bills on the in- ., . .

side, and them their antics after they
are fastened and left to die a miser-

Live Oak is one of those old time

places, with a touch of the anti-bel-lum
times clinging to it, with the
modern progressive spirit creeping in
with an agressiveness that is start startling
ling startling to the populace of the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country, for, bear it in mind

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able death. How cruel!
There were over four hundred stu students,
dents, students, from all sections, most of them

I young women, and all were animated

by the desire to fit themselves lor a
higher walk in life, the great majori majority
ty majority were fitting themselves for teach teachers,
ers, teachers, and they were very earnest and
studious.
There was plenty of good hard
work, and plenty of diversion in the
way of games, walks and visiting the
surounding grounds and as the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of young men and women de departed
parted departed and spread out over the state,
and other states, each to fill their own
little niches in the world, they will one
and all look back with kindly re-

! are those that have seen Live Oak
! crow from a junction point in the

pir.ey woods to what it now is.
The two principal business streets
cross each other at right angles, and
lined on either side of the streets are
business houses that have done busi-
ness tibere since before the memory of
the oldest inhabitant.
I have hard it said that Live Oak
was one time the gateway to Flori Florida,
da, Florida, the same as Jacksonville now is,
that in the early days a traveler to
Florida had to travel all day to get
from Savannah to Live Oak, and
spend the next day getting from Live
Oak to Jacksonville. Be that as it
may, Live Oak is now plentifully
supplied with railroads, and Live Oak
is the gate way to Middle West
Florida, some four or five railroads

1 1 n 4-Via fnsii1 r Via Vii rr i

iiitmui alines lu mc lacuitj -e , . ... .
, ., ,. A, .... i,lal helping to swell the tide of travel
buildings, the beautiful grounds, thei r u

bounteous supply of "grub and above .
. j . ... I this point. There is the old reliable

ail, 11CS Ui 11ICI1USI11JJ vnafc ir,.iv-.

which I had so often played and sung,
and in so doing had wondered what
manner of stream it was that inspir inspired
ed inspired the composition of a song that is
heard around the world, and thrills
all who hear it with its weird plain plain-tiveness,
tiveness, plain-tiveness, and makes them think of
ohme. And there it was, a slow,
black, sluggish serpentine stream that
crawled and twisted on its mysteri mysterious
ous mysterious way, filled one with a sense of
awe and home sickness, and my mem memory
ory memory carried me back to a night on
shipboard, a thousand miles from
here, a happy gathering of young
people, strangers all, happy? Yes!
Carefree? Most certainly! Someone
in a soft sweet voice started the song,
"Way Down Upon the Suwannee Riv River",
er", River", and as one after another the
crowd joined in, and the voices float floated
ed floated across the dark waters, I had such
a rain in my heart that I went to my
state room and cried and cried, and I
wished I was home ,and the last I
remembered was a faraway harmony
that sounded like "far from the old
folks at home, and that night by the
river in a quaint old hotel, where we
held a sort of informal banquet,
where we fed ourselves with all the
tempting viands that are raised in
Suwannee county, and as I listened
to the talks and speechifying that
men are prone to indulge in when
they are away from home, I sat and
listened and could almost feel and
hear the river pursue its stealthy way
to the sea.

(To be Continued)

A. C. L. SCHEDULE

formed during this brief school period

A school like this is a great place
to meet people one knows and people

j one use to know, also people that you
l know of and those that know of you

land those that know your friends and

jvica versa. I met a number of young!

Seaboard runnning east and west
from Jacksonville, on to Tallahassee
and beyond to Chattahoochee if one
desires, and there is the A. C. L.
forming a trunk line from Savannah
through Waycross on to High Springs
and Dunnellon, and so on down to

j people that I already knew,. and also Jl
.v.i l v fk.t t Woc are a cuPie oi ntue rauroaas mat

tined to know branch out to the southwest and are
eme T ii i j i doing their share to develop thi3
One person that I was really glad;, 7
w r i-i heretofore new and unbroken coun-

to see was aiiss uary Lonnor, 01

Ocala. Miss Connor was not there as

try, &nd last but not least, Live Oak,
in. i is. 4-

a student, but as an instructor in her
. . Tionly eight or nine miles from the
chosen profession, that of music. 1. 0
, . T . v, old Suwannee river, and easily reach-
wondered thereat, for I knew she had
. n 1 v.,. ed by automobile, where one can view
a prosperous music class in Ocala, but 1 J ,

it gradually unfolded in my mind that

and seeking wnder fields fori r x, .

iUCAKU, anu uiere lur me 111&1 nine

I viewed this grand old river, of

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like other prosperous and aggressive
people she was simply following that
universal law of business called "ex

pansion

the display of her talents, and so it
came to pass upon the opening day of

Jthat big school Miss Connor did the

honors in the music line and acquitted j
herself with distinction, and as the'
school progressed it was my pleasure

to hear many compliments paid to
her ability as a teacher of music.
I also learned that Miss Connor

maintained a school of music in
Gainesville, of some pretensions and
my curiosity led me to investigate.
I found a conservatory of music equal

to almost anything in Florida, a
handsome suite of seven rooms, fitted
up in luxuriant style, with instru instruments
ments instruments of high class, standing around,

'gave it an air of business that was

pleasing to see. One large concert

; grand piano took my eye and ear; it

was capable of giving forth a sound
as gentle and as soft as a breath of
summer air stirring through the foli foliage,
age, foliage, or pouring forth a sound almost
equal in volume to a crash of thun thunder,
der, thunder, and all it lacked was the master
hand to make it talk, weep or move
the listeners soul to untold heights
and my fingers ached to provoke an
expression from its mysterious
depths.
Miss Connor has a magnificent pros prospect
pect prospect for success in this little Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville city, and I know that she will
make good.

When the big university opens for

the Fall term Miss Connor will be

found at the head of the musical de

partment equipped to give service of
a high order in her branch of the big

college, and I know that the people of

Gainesville will appreciate her efforts

to give them a high class conservatory

for the teaching of music

Feeling the need of a change of air,

and the Postmasters' Convention

about to convene in Live Oak, I pack packed
ed packed my bag and hied me to that breezy

little city out among the red clay hills
of middle west Florida, and thereby
hangs a tale; instead of taking the A.
C. L. Ry., which. is almost an air line
from Gainesville to Live Oak and
wThich has a very good schedule, I con consulted
sulted consulted with a representative of the S.
A. L. Ry., who was very zealous in
behalf of the interest of his road, and
he advised me to go via Waldo and

Baldwin over his road. I did not know j

any better, so bought a ticket over
his road and started out with great

anticipations. We made Waldo and
Baldwin O. K., but the conductor, who
was no one else but our friend, known
to all of the traveling Belleviewites
as Captain Johnnie Brice, told me
that I would wait in Baldwin eight
hours for a train going to Live Oak.
Now wasn't that a stunner? I had
not lost anyone in Baldwin, and I did
not want to stay in Baldwin, it is too

enormous springs as they gush and

bubble up from mother earth, boiling

up volumes of water that serve to
feed the old river and help to push

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Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line

will arrive and depart in Ocala at the

following times:

No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg, z:its-z:zo a. m.

No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jackson-ille,
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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-

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No. 141. Wilcox. Gainesville and!

Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.

No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson

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No. 43, Ilomosassa to Ocala,

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No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa,

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No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines

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No. 150, Wilcox 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-

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The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
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boxes at the October meeting instead
of the November meeting, by order of

the committee.

COUGHS THAT ARB STOPPED

Careful DeoDle see that they are

stopped. Dr. King's New Discovery is
a remedv of tried merit. It has held

its own on the market for 46 years.

Y'outh 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

ey back 11 it fails. 50c and l. no. Z.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL PATRONS

As the attendance in the beginners

class of both primary schools is small.

the board of trustees of the sub sub-school
school sub-school district has authorized us to
admit children to these classes who
will be six years of age by Christmas.

Ella M. Mendenhall,
Principal North Ocala School
Nellie C. Stevens,
Principal Primary School.

On Saturday and Monday, 18

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol

lar's worth of other groccrie?, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phoe 434. tf

FAME

-DAY-

Ocala people should help
to celebrate it.

The farmers are coming
in from the country to CLEAN
UP THE FAIR GROUNDS:
THE TOWN P E 0 P L E
SHOULDN'T LET THEM DO
ALL THE WORK.
1
The Fair is more import important
ant important to the town than to the
county.
Let our citizens turn out.
and do their share. Let every
man help all he can, if it is
only an hour.
REMEMBER THE DAY

Friday,

OG .0 0

Early in the morning.

Whether a rigid press censorship Is

a military necessity or even a military
advantage in these days of scouting
aeroplanes, field telephones and wire wireless
less wireless la an open question. Certainly In

this war the German general staff has

known exactly what the British army

was doing considerably before the Brit British
ish British public knew, and the German nary,
as Its raids show, has not needed Eng

lish newspapers to ajprise it of the
disposition of the British fleet.
The question of military censorship
Is an old one and has always led to
friction. It is worthy of note that
the New York Evening Post, whose
editor U the son of a prominent army
correspondent in the civil war. consid considers
ers considers the correspondent at the front a
military evlL
The harm that the army correspond correspondents
ents correspondents may do lies not alone in the be betrayal
trayal betrayal of secrets: they often become
the spokesmen of the generals whom
they accompany and unwisely foster
antagonism between rival generals,
also between generals and their supe superiors
riors superiors and between the army and the
government.

Try one cf those fro3ted pints of
Patst Blue Rihton at Johnny's. tf.

In some sections of the country the
inhabitants take it as an evidence of
hard times that tramps are appearing
in greater force than csaaL These
tramis come from the cities. This Is
an Indication that employment is fan
the wane- Tbey so to the country,
asking for food on the plea that they
are tramping to 6me distant p!ace
where they are promised employment
If shown to the woodpUe or asked to
go into the fields they demur, which is

pernal Just" as welL TDe city dere derelict
lict derelict has no muscle for the bucksaw and
ax. the crowbar and spade.
Incidentally there is farther erklencs
of hard times in ths scarcity of money
la circulation. All classes doing busi business
ness business complain that collections are slow.
However, they account for this on the
ground that the slbw payers hare mon money,
ey, money, but hoard 1U so there is really no
hard times at work. If everybody would
lire normally, buy what he wants
and can aTTord. and pay for It, hard
times would be a topic to talk about
in the corner grocery and nothing more.

Better to apply firmness to the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican situation late than not at all, and
nothing is to be gained by waiting.
The firmness must be drastic, and
therein lies the trouble. Mexican char character
acter character must be made over. Partly
through distrust of foreigners similar
to that in China, partly owing to dis distrust
trust distrust of rulers in the past who never
developed faculties of self rule among
the masses, there is a spirit of unrest
at work in Mexico which amounts to
uneasiness. The average Mexican of
good Intent will be low at learning
when to trut. wbom to trust and how
to trust ome!Iy or some entity high higher
er higher up.

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT INCOLD

I "I have ued Chamberlain's .ablets
' 1 m

ana louna in era 10 oe just as "repre "represented,
sented, "represented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid liver and a disorder disordered
ed disordered condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,'
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba,
N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.



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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, OCTOBER V, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUELISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R- U. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second cla's matter
PHONE 51

ANSWER TO ANDERSON

SEABOARD SCHEDULE

i

The letter of Mr. C. L. Anderson. ;
in yesterday's Star, in regard to post-
por.emtnt of work on the union sta- I

tion, was inaccurate and inconsider- a. xn.; Ar. Tampa G:C0 a. m.; Lv.
ate. It was inaccurate because it ac-'; Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg

South Bound
No. 1. L Jacksonville, 0:30 p. in.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:43 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:00

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Domestic) (Foreign)
One year, in advance $5.00 One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance '. 2.50 Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 1.25 Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance 50 One month, in advance .80

Pinpllas will vote acrain on bonds to beat the West Coast out of its

for good roads on Nov. 16. share in the Dixie Highway.' As
usual, Jacksonville is trying to 'beat'
Wonder what is the matter with nobody after a road gets here we
Germany's submarine campaign. jwant it to have as many branches
land as much length and breadth as it
Gainesville has voted by a large jean accumulate."
majority for a Carnegie library. j

If all the loafers in this country
were shot, there would be no hard
times.

cused the Star and certain citizens of

doing things they didn't do. Mr. An

derson accused them of doing these
things because they didn't do things
he thought they should do.
It was inconsiderate because it was
calculated to give the outside world
the impression that our town i so
hard up that the postponement of the
erection of a S50.000 building will
bankrupt the city, and that Ocala is
so destitute of promise that our
young men are leaving in shoals.
Going somewhere else to build a
home and make a fortune is an

NO BOARD OF TRADE

MEETING LAST NIGHT

The notice of a' Board of Trade

" j meeting last night was an error. The
This year's cotton crop is the j board meets on the second Wednes Wednes-smallest
smallest Wednes-smallest since 1909. It will not be j day night, not the first. The secretary
more than 11,000,000 bales. I phoned a correction to the Star yes

terday afternoon, but in the hurry of

making up his message was overlook overlooked.
ed. overlooked.
The board will meet next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening, and it is very necessary
that the members should attend in

force.

The citrus seminar at Gainesville
this week was the most largely at attended
tended attended and successful yet held.

King Constantine is evidently a
hyphenated Greek, and is ready to
sacrifice his country to his German
relatives.

Gasoline, which is selling at 10
cents a gallon in New York, costs 20
cents in Ocala. The poor, down downtrodden
trodden downtrodden transportation companies are
pocketing the difference.
Thonotosasa will have its second
annual farmers' day on Saturday,
Oct. 23, and has invited Secretary
Rooney of the Marion County Board
of Trade to be present and help
make the proceedings interesting.
. r

The growing demand of the Amer American
ican American people: Fewer legal technicali technicalities
ties technicalities and more common, every-day jus justice.
tice. justice. Tampa Times.
They may demand until they are
black in the face, but until they elect
better men to office the demands will
not be granted.
Senator Underwood of Alabama
predicts a great wave of prosperity
ahead for this country. For the last
year- or two it has succeeded in keep keeping
ing keeping quite a good ways ahead of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but we will catch up if we keep

or trying.
There is a very interesting, tho not
disinterested, history of the "great
war of 1920," running in the Father Fatherland.
land. Fatherland. It tells how Great Britain,
France, Japan and Mexico, invade the
United States. Every public man
that Germany does not like gets it in
the neck.

The board or county commissioners
adjourned Tuesday afternoon. The
commissioners will meet in special
session next Tuesday, to consider the
petition for a wet or dry election.
The dry people claim they have much

more 'than the requisite number of
names on their petition, and it is
likely that a wet or dry election will

be ordered for some time in Decern

ber. The commissioners should be
careful not to order it on the same

day as the day of the city election,

which is always held the second Tues
day in December.

The National Rifle Association pro proposes
poses proposes to train men in every county
as-a primary class for graduation in

the army of national defense. But

what a soldier needs now is a knowl

edge of machinery and practice m
handling bombs with these one man

is worth fifty riflemen. Times-Union.
Not out in the woods. Five thousand
mounted riflemen scattered in loose

array over Florida sands, or as many
on foot in a swamp, could block the
advance of any army that depended

on machines.

. To further carry out their resem resemblance
blance resemblance to "stores," the Florida saloons
should soon put on bargain sales
half -pints marked down to thirty thirty-nine
nine thirty-nine cents, etc. Tampa Tribune.
They would have to mark them up
in Ocala. We think they could mark
them down to 14 cents and not lose
money.

The Atlantic Coast Line has issued

orders to its yard men not to block
the Gainesville road with cars, while

using the track scales at the Gaines

ville road crossing. That's all right

as far as 'it goes. But the railroad

men have promised to move the
scales, and the Star isn't going to let

them forget the promise.

Says one of our well informed pub public
lic public men, the plea of the railroads that
they are too hard up to do any build building
ing building right now is mostly a pretense.
Earnings, if is true, have fallen off.
But it was never so easy to borrow
money "at low interest on good secur security.
ity. security. Right 'now, -in his opinion, is the
time, to make improvements.

uermany says ureat Britain and

France have violated Internationa

law by using colored troops. That

shows Americans what they have
coming to them. There are several
regiments of colored troops in our
army, and in case of war negroes
would enlist by hundreds of thousands.

If the chief editorial writer on the
Tampa Times had seen Perry Wall's
"movie," and was a practical printer,
he would appreciate the Star's advice
about a new cut instead of being
peeved over it. When a moving pic picture
ture picture film becomes worn, so it makes
a man's face look like a map of
Mars, itsnot a very good advertise advertisement
ment advertisement for- him.

The Star reserves judgment in the
Arabic case. It may be, as many
Americans claim, a great diplomatic
victory for Wilson. It may be simply

a wise decision on the part of Ger Germany
many Germany to allow Wilson to save his
face. If by doing this, Germany can
induce the American government to
think its hands are free to annoy the
allies, at the behest of our beef
barons and cotton brokers, it will
Jpve helped itself enough to pay for
tX hundred Arabics.

GENERAL REPAIR
WORK
FURNITNRE and
GENERAL REPAIRS
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
ROBERT EBNER
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGE'S BLOCK, OCALA

American trait. All the older men in
this town, and many of the younger

ones, came here from somewhere else.

The writer has been here almost

twenty-three years, and no year of
that time has passed without some of

our young men going away, rrom

Miami to Nome, from the Rio Grande

to the St. Croix, are scattered men

who were born in Ocala or vicinity.
On the other hand, so far as the Star

knows, there is not a single promi

nent business man in Ocala who was

born in the city.

Some of our young men have gone

away in the past year. Other young
men have come in. There is no scar

city of young men in Ocala. Every

where you look, you see them; and

ew of them are idle.
There were no "self-elected repre

sentatives of the city" at the meet

ing of Sept. 29. Those present not

only did not claim to represent any

body but themselves, but they gave

warning they did not. What they did

was open and above board. There

were at least a hundred invited to at-

tend, ana ir only twenty-nve were

present, it wasn't their fault the

others were not there. Colonel Roe

ers was the oldest man present, and

it was the natural and proper thing
to invite him to preside. The. Star

didn't take any hand in running the

meeting. The editor of the Star went

simply and solely because he wanted

to tell the railroad men of certain of

their short-comings and derelictions
toward the public. He did so in plain
language, suggested the remedies and

the railroads promised the troubles

should be abated.

It was not necessary for Mr. An

derson to try to inform the public

that such abuses as rough and un

safe crossings could be corrected by

the city government. The Star has

frequently told the council that it

had the power and it was its duty to

attend to these matters. But the

council has done nothing.

What agency in this city has fought
railroad oppression as steadily and

as successfully as the Star?

We suppose all the readers 'of this
paper understand its position. on the
union station question. The Star has

always advocated an union station for
Ocala. It never has wanted a station
at the crossing, which it considers the

most unsafe and inconvenient and one
of the ugliest locations in town. We

will cheerfully corroborate Mr. An

derson by saying we will wait no

only a year, but two, if we can ob obtain
tain obtain a better location. To our pos

itive knowledge, a considerable nam

ber of our citizens agree with us on
this issue.

However, we congratulate Mr. An

derson on one thing. He may not

shoot straight, but he comes out in
the open to shoot. He doesn't sign a
fictitious name to his criticisms of

the Star and then send it to another

paper. And we hope he is one of the
young men who will stay in Ocala.
We would miss him if he went away.

0:30 a. m. j
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;j
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:1? i

p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.

Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.:
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
North Bound
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam

pa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.

Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.

No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.

Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. to..

Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.

No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30

a. xn.; Ar. Tampa, 10:o0 a. m.; Lv.

Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.

m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim

ited train.

This Is our
HOFFMAN PRESS

Manufactured for the presicmg of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.

The pressure being direct, not sliding;

it can not wear or tear. Call and se
it do the work.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Mala St.

a

All the accusations against Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, of selfishness in regard to
the Dixie Highway have been able to
elicit from the Times-Union is the
following paragraph:
"Jacksonville is accused of 'trying

Go Worth by Sea

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service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.

Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
Address
H. C. AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

MARKETING BUREAU MEETING

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Annual meeting of stockholders of
lorida Marketing and Distributing

Bureau will be held in Jacksonville at

company's office, 2110-12 W. Monroe

street, at nine o'clock a. m. Monday,
October 11th, in stead of on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Be governed accordingly.

J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
L. S. Light, President.

White Star Line Transfer Co

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We sell

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Ceiling in Quality
and Price
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Shippin of Freight,
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Baggige Service
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RAILROAD SCHEDULE
No. 71 Leave Palatka, 7:30 a. m.

arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.

No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:03 p. xn.;

arrive Palatka, 5:25 p. m.

MANY WOMEN OF OUR

HOME STATE WOULD
TESTIFY.
St. rptprfbure. Fla. "I uncd Dr.

Pierce's Favorite Prescription before and

for several weeks
after the birth of

my baby. This

course I followed

with eath of my
three babies and

IT. am clad to testify

that I was comfort

able and free from

theannoyancesthat

eo with such a ooa-

-dition. My chil chil-A
A chil-A dren were born with

jcgjjgj- the greatest ease.
' - la a very short

time the medicine built up the tissues and
waa the means of the regainment of my
health and strength! It fitted me for

nursing and helped increase the supply."
Mas. N. L. Wells, 310 Ninth St., North,

bt. Petersburg, Fla,

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THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy daricg
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle. -Keep
your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.

Ocala Ice & PacMiugi Co.

PHONE 34

OCALA. FLA-

NEW YORK AND RETURN

VIA

Don't foreet that the surest way to

keep the womanly health is to use Dr.

Pierce a xavonte Prescription. It pro promotes
motes promotes perfect regularity. It cures in inflammation,
flammation, inflammation, ulceration and weakness.
It, soothes and strengthens the nerves,
drives away despondency, and gives a
healthy appetite and refreshing sleep.
It makes childbirth easy, and nursing
mothers will find in it a strength-giving
tonic.

"Favorite Prescription contains no
alcohol. It is extracted from native roots
with pure elycerine. Buy it now, in

liquid or tablet form, from your druggist
or send 50 cents or $1.00 to Dr. Pierce,

Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for tab tablets.
lets. tablets. Write for free book on woman's

diseases.

Constipation causes and seriously aggra aggravates
vates aggravates many diseases. It is thoroughly

cured by Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.

One a laxative; two or three a cathartic
These tiny, sugar-coated, anti-bilious
eranules the err.-" rrwiiiat to

take-

T. A. Carroll, of Jacksonville, and
and W. W. Harriss, of Ocala, both for former
mer former residents of Gainesville, are here

attending the Citrus Seminar. Their
old University City friends are al always
ways always delighted to see them back and

grasp their hands. Gainesville Sun.

Pheasants and Turkeys.
The fame of the pheasant In Eng England
land England and western Europe rests upon
Its qualities as a game fowl, an l the
species known there are not re uark uark-abJe
abJe uark-abJe for beauty. Pheasants are not
Indigenous to America, and here the
ruffed grouse is often m!3takenly
called a pheasant. Our native turkeys
are closely related to tbe pheasant
family.

TO THE PUBLIC

"I feel that I owe the manufactur

ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera

and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of

gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. White

hall, Gowanda. N. Y. "When I be

gan taking this medicine I was in
great pain and feeling terribly sick,
due to an attack of summer com

plaint. After taking a dose of it I

had not long to wait for relief as it

benefited me almost immediately.

Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
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

FOR
SALE

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Corner lot on
Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, east of D.
S. Woodrow's
residence, and
southwest of R.
S. Hall's resi residence.
dence. residence. Price is
reasonable and
the terms are
easy. Apply to
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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. If not, : '-
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and let us prepare you for the work in ample
time to prevent frictionat bill making season.

Our facilities for turning-out on short notice
Office Stationery, Programs,
Booklets, Invitations Visiting
Cards, Announcements, Etc.
are not excelled in this section of the state.
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OCA LA ErTLNG STAK THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS j

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

Our Evening Thought

A Southern girl is all mellowness, j
softness and dusk. Her eyes can be

gay but they never lose the velvet
softness of a Southern night. All
the things that whisper out of the
word "South" she is made of. Jessa Jessamine
mine Jessamine flowers and yellow roses, slow
flowing waters and sweet pine woods,
blue-bonnet hyacinths, the mocking
birds, magnolias and the golden moon
of the South. Her skin is warmly
white, eyes and hair of shadowy cop copper
per copper and as sweet as a sun-warmed
grape she is the woman who under understands.
stands. understands. N. B.

Dr. E. Van Hood will address the
Woman's Hospital Association in
v Gainesville tomorrow evening. The
meeting will be held for the purpose
of infusing enthusiasm into the pub public
lic public mind of the importance of having
a new hospital in the city. It will be
a big rally, with many prominent and
wellvknown speakers.

Mrs. R. S. Hall returned yesterday
afternoon from a short visit to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where she was the guest of
Mrs.'B. W. Blount and family since
Sunday.
Eastern Star Sewing 'Circle
Mrs. J. H. Spencer pleasantly en entertained
tertained entertained the Eastern Star sewing
circle Wednesday afternoon. After
the busy hour with needles, Mrs.
Spencer, assisted by her bright
daughters, Misses Louise, Loureen
and Mamie Sue, served delicious
sandwiches, pickles and iced tea.
St. Petersburg has an incinerator
that is especially fond of being fed on
cats. Last month's record was 157.
Wonder if we could not borrow it for

a few weeks, as Ocala's supply is
about to outrival the poverty microbe.
We certainly approve of our sister
city's method of getting rid of the
cats, especially stray cats that wan wander
der wander about the city, making the nights
hideous and killing the birds.

to their .home from a summer spent
in the mountains of North Carolina.
They made the trip" to and from the

zy that he hopes "they will light on
some of the evils of the day and raise
Cain with everything that needs it."

mountains in
iliac car and
outing.

The Anthony Woman's Club met
yesterday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. Mason Tison with a large at attendance
tendance attendance and much enthusiasm. This
is one of our youngest clubs and was
organized last February at the home
of Mrs. Moore in Anthony with a
large roll of members. Yesterday aft afternoon's
ernoon's afternoon's meeting was unusually inter

esting. Mrs. J. R. Moorhead was the
specially invited guest of honor to
give a talk on the "betterment and
improvements of school grounds, do domestic
mestic domestic science and' the maping out of
a general routine of club work for the
winter." Her talk was most prac practical
tical practical and instructive and thoroughly
interesting and encouraging to this
little band of co-workers. There are
great possibilities in store for this
organization, for especially in the
rural districts is the force and power
of woman's influence for the better betterment
ment betterment of a community felt, and it is
in our little sister cities and villages
that their power can be more deeply

appreciated. The afternoon as Mrs.
Tison's guest was greatly enjoyed
and in her beautiful home was dis dispensed
pensed dispensed that hospitality which has
through the ages made the old south
famous. Assisted by several members
of the club, the hostess served de delicious
licious delicious pure ice cream, sponge cake
and grapefruit ade.
4
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. McElroy Sr., of

Orlando, were guests for the day of

Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier, en route

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PROGRAM

PATH TO THE RAINBOW
(Lubin three-reel Drama, featuring Earl Metcalf and Orme -Hawley.)
CLAIM OF HONOR.
(Biograph Drama, featuring Augustus Anderson.) s
MRS. JARR'S AUCTION BRIDGE. (No. 9 of the Jarr Series, feat feat-uring
uring feat-uring Harry Davenport and Rose Topley.)

FORD WEEKLY.

ADMISSION FROM 3:$(CTQ10:30, FIVe AND TEN CENTS

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

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

their handsome Cad- If we did that in Ocala there wouldn't

had a most delightful I Le any town left.

Cleanliness is the one chief asset

of every city, and no city, would poi

wrong by strictly following the fol following
lowing following commandments:
1 Thou shalt locate, report and
r Volish all public nuisances.
2 Thou shall not spit on side sidewalks
walks sidewalks or in any public place or con conveyance.
veyance. conveyance. 3 Thou shalt remember that filth
breeds flies and that flies make fun funerals.
erals. funerals. 4 Thou shalt not sweep the side sidewalks
walks sidewalks in the business section after
half-past seven in the morning.
5 Thou shalt not throw tin cans
nor rubbish in any back yard, vacant
lot or alley.
6 Thou shalt provide a covered re receptacle
ceptacle receptacle for all manner of house and
stable refuse.
7 Thou shalt gather and burn all
sorts of combustible rubbish.
8 Thou shalt not haul refuse in
leaky or overloaded wagons.
9 Thou shalt wage continual war warfare
fare warfare on weeds, dandelions and untrim untrim-med
med untrim-med trees.
10 Thou shalt whitewash or paint
thy building and shalt keep thy prem premises
ises premises constantly clean.

Our Dolly Vardens
Fashion is always attractive in ev every
ery every new guise, and never was it more
agreeable than now. It is woman's
natural prerogative to look younger
than she really is and fashion has
securely fixed herself in the feminine
mind this year by taking off quite a
few years wherever desired. All a
woman had to do to become modish
to a degree is to wear her skirts prop properly
erly properly short and her boots proportion proportionately
ately proportionately smart and she at once lessens
her years and adds the sprightliness
of youth. There is something pre preeminently
eminently preeminently feminine about the fall
skirt, there is certainly coquettish
charm about real feminine frills. The
girl of today will be quick to realize

and appreciate the opportunities that
are being revealed to her in the return
of the famous Dolly Varden styles,
daringly short with dainty slippers

peeping to and fro. It is a welcomed
style in which we are all privileged to
rejoice.

Had little Miss Alethia Ashley liv

ed a few more days she would have

celebrated her sixteenth birthday and

number of her friends and school schoolmates
mates schoolmates gathered last evening at the
home of Mrs. C. V. Roberts and
wound garlands and fashioned beauti

ful floral bouquets which were placed
in a large box and shipped this morn

ing to Moultrie, Ga., where on Satur Saturday
day Saturday they will be placed by loving
hands upon the grave of their little
departed friend and loved one, who is

sweetly sleeping in the family bury- Margaret Perry, for a few days. Mrs.

ing ground near that city. Across i Mershon was a resident of Gaines-

the lowly mound will be placed a ville a number of years, and her

chaplet containing these words out-1 many friends here are always glad to

lined in cedar, "16 October 9, 1915, : greet her. Gainesville Sun.

Alethia Ashley." This beautiful and!

artistic piece was done by Mr. Pez- Mr. 0. B. Howse left yesterday for

zullo. It will be remembered byjP few days stay at his cattle ranch

many tnat tnis little girl was tne vie- near Kissimmee

tim of a wrongly filled prescription,

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson and a
number of friends enjoyed an all-day
picnic and fish fry at Silver Springs
today. Among the party were Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Livingston, Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Ponder and Miss Justina
Rhody.
Mrs. L. Mershon is in the city from
Ocala and will be a guest of Mrs.

and her passing was very sudden and
heart rending, especially to her host

of little friends in this city, and their! qq

tribute of last evening is indeed a
beautiful and touching one.

Big supply of silver skin Bermuda

onion sets just received. Bitting &

410 N. Magnolia street. 18-6t.

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Baum are spend spending
ing spending today at Crystal River, combining
business with pleasure.

Most complete line of tablets, pens,
pencils, etc., for school children, at
Gerig's. tf

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin return returned
ed returned last evening from a few days'
stay in Gainesville, where they have
been in the interest of the citrus sem-

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

HARIOX-DUXN MASONIC I3TX3E

Sflmtie Csunmp SSLmne

AND RETURN
VIA

ATLAWTIO.COAST LOWE
STANDARD f!.I! i' AD OF THE SOUTH
ACCOUNT NATIONAL liiFLE MATCHES

Tickets sold October 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 13, 14 with limit to October 20th.
Extension limit to November 2vtn 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 zry A. C. L. Ticket or
. J. G. KIR a LAND,
Division Pas sen?; Agent, Tampa.

mar.
Mr. E.. L. Wartmann of Citra is

spending a few days in Atlanta, where
he went on Sunday last to accompany
his wife home after a visit of some
weeks to their daughter, Mrs. Eugene
Cox.
Mrs. Peabody returned to her home
in Sanford this afternoon after a fort fortnight's
night's fortnight's visit to her son, Mr. Clifford
Peabody at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Batts.
Mrs. Owen Geise is the guest of

her daughter, Mrs. Sales in Tampa
for a few weeks, going down last
Sunday.
Mrs. T. C. Clayton, who has bee
sick for some time, is steadily recov recovering,
ering, recovering, and was able to return home
from the hospital a day or so ago.

Mr. S. T. Sistrunk went up to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this afternoon to meet his
daughter, Miss Virginia Sistrunk,
who will arrive there from Alabama

tomorrow, and accompany her home

Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and

family from Summerfield .spent the

day in the city combining business

with pleasure.

Mr. T. S. Kyle left this afternoon

for his home in Gadsden, Ala., after

a stay of several days at the Muck-

land farms and in this city.

Miss Hilda Eulenfeld was the visi

tor today in this city with friends,

returning to her home at the Oklawa-

ha River Farms this afternoon.

Miss Minnie Stovall and her little
sister will arrive on Sunday from

Tampa for a visit instead of Friday

as they had first intended.

iiss Annie Atkinson ana .Miss

Mary Wyatt Galbraith are spending

a happy fortnight with Miss Helen

Chevann in Kroxville. Miss Chevann

is entertaining in their honor eight of

her best girl friends at a delightfu

nouseparty. it is needless to say

that the young ladies are having

magnincent time, .miss Atkinson is
expected home some time' the latter

part of next week.

The ladies of Sanford are going to

issue the Sanford Herald on October
i 15th, and the editor is kind enough to

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. it
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter -No. 13, R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday In every month at
8 p.m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.

Jake Brown. Sec'y.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
ueetb at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 730 o'clock.

Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Liliian simmofis, Sec'y.

WOODLE OF THE WORLD

Fot King Camp No. 14 mwU at

the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every

second and fourth Friday. VIsltlLp

?ereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extend d to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

JUST ARRIVED
An Extremely Stylish Line of
New Pattern

HAT

Call and See Them
MINNIE A. BOSTICK
MILLINER
Harrington Hall Corner
First Class Dress Making in Connection.

The Commercial Bank

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

HOTEL CHURCHILL

Broadway and 14th Street.

Union Square

NEW YORK CITY

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

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES

American Plan, $2 per Day.
and up ..
European Plan, $1 per Day
and up.

CHURCHILL & COMPANY

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. EL

Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benetolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Uuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house

opposite po3tufflet east side.

i. H. von bngelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secretary At.

OuALA TEMPLE

PYTHIAN SISTERS

The Ocala Temple Lodee 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. M. R.

CON'CORDU LODGE r. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union

of America, meets In Yoagfc ? Hal
n the second Thursday evening o

each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. il

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-

KMCiliTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodee No. 19. Convention

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Casrle Hall, over the James Carlisle

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis

iting brothers. C. B. HowelL C. C.
Cha-i. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad

? "We Treat Your Laundry White"

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Yew CeMsiiPS

Will last longer and look better if yon send them to n to be
laundered by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for. your laun laundry
dry laundry just call PHONE 21 and let us prove to you that there is no
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SIX

OCALA EVENING ST A R.TH URS D A Y, OCTOBER 7, 1915

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the following la.n(3s in the city of Ocala wi'.l
be eold at public auction on
Moaday, ffce First Day of otfmbfr, A. D. 1915
at the city hall in Ocala. Marion county. Florida, or so much thereof as wjll
toe necessary to ray the amount due for city taxes herein set opposite :i
same, together with cost of such eale and advertising-.

DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION
All blk 11 O S (for 1514)
104 ft n and s by 112 ft e ana w in se
cor blk 13 O S for 1911. 1812. 1913.
1914)
SO ft e and w by 120 ft n and s in n
cor blk 13 O S (for 1914) ..
Lots 2 and 3 blk 17 O S (for 1911. 1912)
All blk 22 O S (for 1911. 1912. 1913
1914)
Lot A sub bik 13 OS (for 1912 1914)..
60 ft e and w on w side lot 2 blk 2a O
8 (for 19"1. 19.14)
Com 25 ft e of sw cor blk 2o O S. e 2o
ft n 112 ft w 25 ft s 112 ft (for 1911.
1912. 1914)
Com 70 ft w of se cor blk 2d O S. w
25 ft n 112 ft e 25 ft a 112 ft (for 1913
1914)
Com 95 ft w of se cor blk 2o w 2a ft
n 112 ft e 25 ft s 112 ft (for 1914)...
rVim at rw rctr lot 2 blk 27 O P. P 10 ft
e 112 ft ti 50 ft -w 112 ft s 40 ft (for
1911 1914)
E lot 4 blk 27 O S (for 1914)
72 ft n and by 56 ft e and w in nw cor
lot 2 blk 27 O S (for 1912, 1914)
Lots 2 and 3 blk 28 O S (for 1914)
S lot 1 blk 33 O S (for 1914)
S lot 1 blk 35 O S (for 1914)
W lot 2 blk 35 O S (for 1911. 1S12.
1913 1914)
S or'lots 3 and 4 blk 35 O S (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 28 O 6 (for 1914)
70 ft n and s by 157 ft e and .w In se
cor blk 40 O S (ror li) ........ ...
Cnm TT. tt w nf ne cor blk 47 O S. s 0
ft e 18 ft s 40 ft w 25 ft n 110 ft e
m r, n h ( for 1914)
Com 124 ft s of ne cor blk 47 O S. s 100
ft w 1734 f t n 100 ft e 1734 ft. also
u of blk 47 O S (for 1914)..
30 ft n and e by 60 ft e and w in ne cor
lot 1 blk 48 O S (for in, iiw, is")
-vm 55 ft of tip. cor lot 1 blK 48 O S,
s 25 ft w 115 ft n 25 ft e 115 ft
rJmsft ft & of tic. cor "lot 1 bik 48 O S.
. e 25 ft w 115 ft n 25 ft e 115 ft
(for 1814)
S lot 2 blk 48 O S (for 1914).........
N lot 4 blk 49 O S (for 1913, 1914)...
Su lot 4 blk 49 O 9 (for 1914)...
All lot 2 blk 51 O S (for 1912. 1914
rvm at nw cor blk 52 O S. e 134 ft 8
15ft ft w 15 ft s 12 ft w 119 ft n 131
ft (for 1912. 1914)
rrm a t yip ror blk 57 O S. w 119 ft s
102 7i ft e 119 ft n 102 Ti ft. also com at
.iVnr iw 57 O S. w. 87 si ft n 100 ft
e 294 ft s 3 ft 42 ft s 24 ft e 18 ft
s 73 ft (for 1914) I I
Lots 8 ,9 Holder sub of blk 57 O S
(for 1914) ;
Lots 1 and 4 blk 64 O S (for 1913. 1914)
64 or lots 3 and 4 blk 56 OS (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)
TV's or lots 2 and 3 blk 69 O S (for 1912,
1914)
S lot 2 blk 70 O S for (1911. 1913.
1914)
30 ft e and w by 1154 ft n and s in
sw cor lot 3 blk 75 O S (for 1914)...
Com 30 ft e of sw cor blk 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)..
Com 45 ft s of ne cor blk 13 N S S. s DO
ft w 112 ft n 90 ft e 112 ft (for 1911
1913, 1914)
N lot 1 blk 18 N S S (for 1914)
Si4 lot 1 blk 19 N S S (for 1912. 1914)..
S lot 2 blk 19 N S S (for 1911. 1912,
1914)
S4 lot 3 blk 19 N S S (for 1912. 1914) .
N lot 3 blk 15 N S S (for 1911. 1912,
1914)
All lot 1 blk 20 N S S (for 1914)
All lot 4 blk 23 N S S (for 1911. 1912
1914
Lot 6 Snowde-n's sub blk 24 N S S (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
adjoininsr blk 35 N S S (for 1911,
1912. 1913. 1914)
6H blk bd s by 7th st e by Lime st
N S S (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
NK 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
All ex 112 ft e and -w by 130 ft n and
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 R Allred's
s 35 ft e 205 ft n 35 ft w 205 ft (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Com at e cor lot 10 blk C Allred's
60 ft ti 120 ft if 60 (t s 120 ft (forj
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
Ted's (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)...
"W lot 7 blk D Allred's (for 1912 1914)
All blk E Allreds (tor iii, iiz, xvia
194)
All fat 1 blk F Allred's (for 1914)..
All lot 1 blk H Allred's (for 1912, 1913
1D14)
All lot 1 blk 1 Allred's (for 1914)
All lot 3 blk 1 Allred's (for 1911, 191Z
1913, 1914)
Lots 1 and 2 blk 2 Allreds (for 1914)
of ne4 lot 4 blk 2 Allred's (for
1911, 1912, 1913, 1914)
eU lot 4 blk 2 Allred's (for 1914)...
NwU lot 4 blk 2 Allred's (for 1911
1912. 1913. 1914)
Ail ln.t a hVlc 3 Allred's (for 1911. 1912.
1913 1914) j
All lot 4 blk-5 Allred's (for 1914) 1
Lots 1 and 4 blk 6 Allred's (for 1914).'
All lot 4 blk 8 Allred's (for 1914)....'
Lots 1234567911 Fla Central
Land Co eub lot 1 talk K Allred's (for
1914)
All lot 4 blk 1 Fla Central "Land Co
rfh fhlkn 2 and 4 Allred's (for 1914).
Lots 6 7 blk 1 Fla Central Land Co eubj
blici 3 and 4 Allred's (lor 19141.
All lot 1 blk 2 Fla Central Land Co
aub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914).
Lots 2 5 6 9 blk 2 Fla Central Land Co
Aiih hlka 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914).
Lots 3 4 'blk 2 Fla Central Land Co sub
blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 7 and 8 blk 2 Fla Central Land Co
sub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)
Lots 11 and 12 blk 2 Fla Central Land
Co sub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for
1914)
Lot 5 bik 3 Fla Central Land Co sub
blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 191)
"Lots 9 and 10 blk 3 Fla Central Land
Co sub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (fori
1914)
Lot 12 blk 3 Fla Central Land Co sub
blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for 1914)....
Lots 2 and 4 blk 4 Fla Central Land
Co sub blks 3 ani 4 Allred's (for
114'
Tt 5 fi and 8 blk 4 Fla Central Land
Co sub blks 3 and 4 Allred's (for
1914) i.
lot 1 blk 5 Allred's (for 1914)..
SVi lot 3 blk 5 Allred's (for 1914).
All lot 4 blk 5 Allred's (for 1914).
All WIV ft X''rtA,9 it or 1914
Lots 1 to 26 incl Fla Central Land Co
sub blks 1 and 2 Allreds ior ii)
Lots 29 to 56 Incl Fla Central Land Co
sub blks 1 and 2 Allreds (ror isn)
All lot 1 blk T Allred's (for 1914)
All n and e of r r of lot 2 blk Y All-
rA'a for 191)
Tts i 1 3 4 5 6 7 Pevmour's ?ub sw
part lots 2 and 4 blk Y Allred's (for
1914)
All n and e of r r lot 4 blk Y Allred s
(for 1914) .-
Lots 7 and 10 Clyatfs sub (for 1914)..
Lots 8 and 9 Clyatt's sub (for 1914)
Lot 17 Clvatt's sub (for 1914)
120 ft e and w on w side lot 20 Clyatfs
sub (for 1914)
15 r 22, n 682 ft w 480 ft s 682 ft e
680 ft (for 1913. 1914) j
Com on w side Dausrherty st 440 ft si
of old city limits, s 163 ft w 409 ft n.
163 ft e 409 ft (Tor 1913. ism
Lots 1 2 3 10 11 12-13 14 15 16 1. 18
Palmer's plat (for 1914)....
Shi lk 1 Gregrg and McMasters (for
1913. 1914) -
Nij and s'4 lot 22 Smith and Daush-
ertv (for 1912, 1914)

All lot 23 and w 2-3 of lot 24 bmitn

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m
Gary Sirs F R $ 5 03
Unknown .,
!9 1;
J R White 11 55
Mrs M E Smith ) 13 02
Unknown
F W Ditto
114 15
13 05
14 93
Unknown
Giles R M ..
12 OS
Unknown
Odd Fellows Lodge
Unknown.... ....
J D McDuffy
Unknown
10 50
10 50
6 75
13 35
11 48
9 90
8 i3
S T Sistrunk .. ..
Unknown
Mrs. F R Gary ...
Unknown .
Prescilla Cody
Unknown .
Weihe F G B
34 62
16 0
24 OS
20 44
D S Wood row
43 43
Carmichael and
Unknown .
Son
40 43
16 15
Unkaorwn
4 99
Unknown .
Nannie Echols
Unknown .. ..
C H Stewart
Unknown
4
5
22
99
18
50
9
90
11 48
George Giles
48 30
D A Clark & Walter Ray217 92
Baxter Cam
107 67
157 95
591 08
39 83
16 50
40 13
10 20
63 75
E P Rentz .
R S Hall
George Giles
D S Woodrow
Unknown .
Unkaown .
Unknown
R R Carroll
Unknown .
8 93
8 6T
A Brooks I
10
5
20
17
50
O L Crooks
Nellie Garrison
Unknown
Unknown
5 4
13 05
22 80
13 05
10 50
Unkown
D S "Woodrow
Unknown . .
J A Quarterman
8 93
C C Shooter ..
Unknown .
55 06
4 39
39 83
14 14
D S Woodrow
D S Woodrow
Unknown
24 38
2 03
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
14 93
57 45
Unknown
Unknown
45 15
4 39
Unknown
4 99
Mrs Lottie Jarvis
William Lucius .
Smith and Roberts
16 80
7 05
13 35
9 90
19 65
2 03
George Ourry .. .,
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown .
Brag Scrtven
2
2
5
1
90
03
53
40
64
93
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
12
22
Unknown
Unknown
22
22
W J Good en
Unknown .
22
22
22
22
22
22
W Johnson
2 4
Unknown
Unknown.
Unknown
Unknown
59
56
40
85
42
23
38
23
4
54
15
Unknown .
Z
1
1
1
2
1
15
15
15
15
15
15
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
B H Seymour
M T Orr
Unknown . .
B H Seym&MT
Walter "Wells..
Mrs D A Smith.
2 33
Unknown
Unknown.
2 03
2 33
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
2 03
15
03
8 15
22
Unknown
63
64
24
03
60
8115
22 S Benjamin.
8 15
22fUnl
known
8H5
22 1 Unknown
8 15' 22 (Unknown
15122
15?22
B H Seymour
B H Seymour
Unknown .
7 05
63
24
Unknown.
1 54
Unknown.
1 84
Unknown..... ...
Un known
24
24
03
93
8:i5'22!F Smith
s:i5'22;t McCormick ..
! I
8!15!22IP Stewart
1 54
E C Smith.
13 63
8il5'22'E C Smith
i I
8 '15' 22 ;Un known.
4 20

OWNER OR LEGAL

?E C Smith
Ie C Smith
i
Baxter Cam ...

5 48
3 12

DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION

2j f: n and s by 100 ft e and w in nw
cor lot 28 Smith and Dauzherty f or
1914)
100 ft e and w try 1 2 j ft n an3 s on w
f'.-i- of lot 29 Smith and Daueherty
tfor 194)
Lot. 3 32 and 33 Smith and Daugh
rty (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 35 and s" lot 28 Smith and
Daufrherty f or 1914)
N 'i lot 3s Hmith & Iaurherty for 1914)
Ml lot 39 Smith Ac Dauirherty ifor 1912.
1914)
All lot 42 Smith and Daupherty (for
1912. 1914)
All lot 46 Smith & Dausrherty (for 1914)
All lot 48 jmith and Daugherty (for
1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 55 Smith and Dausrherty (for
1911. 1914)
El2 and nw; lot 58 Smith and Dausrh
erty ifor 1914)
Lots 53 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 Mlddletown
(for 1911. 1914)
All lot 7 Reardon's Middletown (for;
1914
Com at e cor lot 1 Reardon's Middle-
town, e 69 ft n 162 ft w 69 ft s 162 ft
ifor 1914)
105 ft fi in ne cor blk 9 Caldwell (for
1913. 1914)
Com at ne cor blk 10 Caldwell, w 70
ft s 104 ft e 14 ft n 9 ft e 50 ft n 9
ft (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
Com 70 ft e of nw 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 (for 1914)
W4 blk 18 Caldwell's (for 1914)
0 ft n and a by 105 ft e and w In nw
cor blk 20 Caldwell's (for 1914)
Lots 1 and 2 sub of blk 21 Caldwell's
(for 1914)
SeU blk 22 Caldwell's (for 1914).
E- blk 23 eH blk 24 Caldwell s (for
1912. 1913, 1914)
Com 144 ft e of .sw cor blk 29 Cald
well's, e 70 ft n 0 ft w 70 ft s 70 ft
(for 1912. 1914)
Com 150 ft -w of se cor blk 30 Cald
well's w 60 ft n 123 ft e 60 ft s 123
ft (for 1914)
N4 of e4 blk 31 Caldwell's (for 1913
1914)
Lot 6 Benton's sub blk 34 Caldwell's
(for 1914)
90 ft e and w by 100 ft n and m in nw
cor blk 36 Caldwell's (for 1914)
0 ft e and w bv 120 ft n and s In nw
cor blk 37 Caldwell's (for 1914 ....
Lots 4 5 6 blk 1 Benjamin's cub 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
CaldweU'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 lving n or lot 13 blks 40 41 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's (for 1914)
142 ft e and w by 118 ft n and s in nw
cor blk 44 Caldwell's (for 1914) ...
Lais 7 and 8 Hatcher's sub n'j blk 4
Caldwell's (for 1914)
50 ft n ad s by 10j ft e and w in nw
cor swU blk 45 Caldwell's (for 1914)
ex 150 ft e and w by 87 2-3 ft n
and s in nw cor blk 46 Caldwell's (for
1912. 1914)
65 ft n and s by 118 ft e and -w In nw
cor blk 47 Caldwell's (for 1912. 1914)
Lot 6 lluffu-m's sub blks 52 and 55
Caldwell s (Tor 1914) ..
Lots 11 12 Buffum's sub
Caldwell's (for 1914)
55
Lot 1 and e4 lot 2 sub of blk 53 Cald
well's (for 1911. 1912. 1914)
WU lot 2 sub of blk 53 Caldwell's (for
1914)
Lot 3 Teaaue's re-survey blks 54 59 60
Caldwell's (for 1914)
E 1-3 lot 4 Teasrue's re-survey blks 54
59 60 Caldwell's (for 1912. 1914)
Lot 11 Teague's re-survey blks 54 59 60
Caldwell's-(for 1914)
W blk 62 Caldwell's (for 1914)
Com at s-w cor blk A Cald-well's. n 290
Xt e 470 ft s 290 ft w 470 ft. also com
at ne cor blk A Caldwell's, w 40 ft s
127 ft w 110 ft s 130 ft e 250 ft n
to n o b (for 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' (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 X Callwell's. 623
ft s 250 ft w 100 ft s 290 ft e 723 ft
n 540 ft (for 1914)
All lot 5 Oklawaha Tark (for 1914)
Lots 8 9 10 Oklawaha Park (for 1914)
All lot 126 Llnwood Park (for 1914)..
All lot 127 Llnwood Park (for 1914)...
All lot 128 Llnwood Park (for 1914)
Lots 131 and 132 Llnwood Park (for
1914)
Lots 14 4 and 145 Llnwood Park (for
1914
Lots B and C blk 1 Woodrow's plat plat
book A wa-Ke 129 (1911. 1912. 1913
1914)
All lot C blk 4 Woodrow's plat plat
book A TkAsre 129 (lor 1911. 1914)...
Com 398 ft e of Intersection Ft Klngj
ave and Tuscarwiiia t. e izo it n nz
ft w 120 Xt s 142 tt (for 1913. 1914)..
Com 100 ft e of e cor blk TJ O 8, II
ft 119 ft w 81 ft s 119 ft (for 1914)
Com 100 ft w of Intersection Ft Khut
ave and Watula t. s lis it w if it
n 119 ft e 6 ft (for 114)
Twn io 15 and e4 lot 9 Stem
berger's rur (for 1911. 1912. 1913.1
1914) -1
Com at a pt 210 ft e of a pt 235 ft a of
nw cor blk 80 O S, s 77 Iks e 1.72 chs
n 77 links w 1.72 chs (for 1911. 1912.
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 with r r to pt' of p o b
rw to tp o (tor 1914)
Com on e side Osceola t 40 ft n of m bdy
of seo 8 tp 15 r 22. e to S A L w to
Osceola t n. to p o b (for 1914)
Com at a pt 522 yds n of Alvares grant
on Vine with Osceola t n 571 rt e
567.9 ft to rlg-ht of way of 6 A L tt
thence sw with r r to p o o iior ivu.
1912. 1914)
Com 76 ft m of nw cor sec 17 tp 15 r 22.
s 80 ft e 105 ft n tO (tw 105 Xt (for
1411 191?. 1913. 1914)
Com 1402-3 ft of srw Intersection of
Smith and Orange sts 8 76 ft w 100
ft n 71 It e 100 ft (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
Wicrhi3Ti1 ratk (for 1914)
All lot 14 blk D Dunn's Highland Park
(for 1911. 1912. 1914) ..............
All lot 3 Masmolia Place (for 1914)...
Lots 7 8 9 Magnolia Place, (for 1914)...
All Irtt 15 Maironlla Place (for 1914) ..
Lots 13 14 15 Magnolia Place (for 1912.
Lo r1 Vs lV 20 2i Magnolia Place (for
1912. 1914) ...v
All lot 25 Magnolia Place (for 1913.
t?J sCtiA'H MacrnoVia Pla'ce for 1914)
All lot 31 Masmolia Place (for 1912,
14UI
Lots 41 and 42 Magnolia Place (for
1912. 1914)
All lot 47 3lagnolia Place (for 1914)...
Lots 50 and 51 Magnolia Place
1913. 1914)
Lots 66 and 67 Magnolia Place
1S14
(for
(for
Lots 68 and 69 Magnolia Place (for
i qi 4
Lots 71 and 72 Masmolia Place (for
1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 77 78 79 80 81 90 91 92 93 and 94
Magnolia Place f or 1912. 1914)
Lots 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 and 89 Mag-
nolai Place "for 1914)
Lots 1 2 3 4 and 5 blk 1 Talmetto Park
Ifr.r 1914
Lot 9 excel-1 east 10 ft blk 1 Palmetto
Park tfor 1914)
Lots 4 and 5 blk 2 Palmetto Park (for
1914)
Lots 2 and 3 blk
i. u rt. 1 91 4
4 Palmetto Park (for

Lots 2 and 3 blk 5 Palmetto Park (for-
191 4 J
Com 32 ft e of w cor Alvarez grant, e;
14.14 c1!. n 7.v7 chs w 14.14 chs 8 7.07
chs (for 1914
I.t 9 anl 2) Iiull'x-k's sub ne'4 (for
1914
All lot 10 Bullocks add (for 1914) ...

OWNER OR LEGAL
T- t w v- r t- ti

s.
! ? 5
. f. s-
I I.
i i i
Mrs J F Crawrord
Mr J F Crawford
E C Smith
1 S
7 35
21 06
14 93
5 IS
iH S Chambers ..
!R W Fllnn .. ..
e C Smith
28
3
3
3
E C Smith
90
03
J A Iittman ...
Unknown
59
90
05
54
'J F Hollinshcd
Id S Woodrow
iWm Hocker ..
E W Davis ...
J D Robertson
43 58
16 50
15 23
J H Spencer
W D Davis
18 08
30 98
R R Carroll
R R Carroll
45 15
Wm Wolf ....
28 32
12 27
5 41
D S Woodrow
J R Moor head
Citizens Investment Co
20 40
4 39
D S Woodrw
Mrs Musie Bullock
C E Brown
105 79
27
Mrs M 3 Brown
Mrs. T II Livingston
Mrs S D Souter .....
G T Llddon .i
C W Hunter
E P Rentz .".
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown ..... ...
T J Killebrew
7 25
CS 33
t 63
16 SO
22 02
79 45
4 69
. 5 40
48 00
1C 50
0 12
4 9
10 20
10 20
51 45
16 50
16 50
4 69
43 28
Mrs L B McKean
Baxter Cam .. ..
Baxter Cam
Unkpown
IF W Ditto
Mrs M E Fox
L F Blalock .,
Unknown
; Unknown .. ..
E E Robinson
l J Roess ...
H M Hampton
C L Anderson
40 13
55 88
87 38
24 38
13 05
33 15
22 80
5 18
5 18
5 It
IF G iloorhead
B H Sanders
Unknown
D S Woodrow .,
Mrs J F Pedrick
Unknown
R C Connor
130 99
DA Clark & Walter Ray
79 80
9 90
12 27
85
85
85
I n known ..... ... ..
D S Woodrow
C C Bailey
W K Zewadski . .p .
C B Woodrow
J R Dewey
94
67
Ocala Lbr A Supply Co
Mrs J A Miller
5
2
D 6 Woodrow
Heirs Mrs L P Pike...
W T Gary
39 4
t 63
t 93
7 05
S 29
13 95
4 20
9t 15
19 95
t 93
IS 35
3 90
5 09
3 13
2 82
J II Bpencer
Ditto and Maloney
Unknown
Citizens Gas Co
Citizens Gas Co
Unknown .
Stephen Hodge
Unknown. .
T P Drake
Unknown .
T P Drake
Unknown
A L 'Woodrow
R L Anderson
D S Woodrow
8 33
2 82
Mrs F M Morrison
B II Seymour
...I
12 57
12 83
2 89
4 23
3 04
5 32
2 33
22
2 83
2 83
5 79
12 41
8 43
20 40
1 08
2 33
3 90
1 94
Unknown ..
D S Woodrow
E E Robinson
E E Robinson
B W Partridge and
E E Robinson
F E Weatherbee ....
Woodrw & Robinson
L F Savares
Mrs Cora McClure ...
B H Seymour
Im E Robinson
F E McClane
I
Unknown
Ocala Lbr & Supply Co
T F Means

j
t
t
!
19'15
J

Jacksonville Dev Co.
Paid
..I
Fla Central Land Co..
16

Unknown

8 33

DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION

Lot 12 and 13 Bullock's sub neU (for
1913. 1914)
ion at nw cor of ne of ne1. sec 19.
tp l. r zz. s 3.1. chs e 3.17 ch n 3.17i
chs w 3.17 chs (for 1912. 1913. 1914.i
Com 109 ft .w of ne cor of nw of ne
-c iv ip i r zz. -w zto n zio rt e
260 ft n 210 ft ifor 114 I
Com 210 ft of nw cor of ne1 of aeUl
i y tp i r zz. w si? rt zi9 rt e
589 ft n 210 ft w to t o -b for 1914
Com 732 ft e of nw cor of ne1 sec 19
tp 15 r 22, e 239 ft 420 ft w 273 ft'
n 320 ft e 34 ft n 100 ft (for 1914)...!
Com 698 ft e of nw cor nel sec 19 tp
15 r 22. 100 ft e 34 ft n 100 ft w 34
ft (for 1913. 1914)
of se blk 82 Gary's add (for 1911J
151J. JJH)
97-. ft n,1 w hr 11? ft n a r. m n
cor.blk 85 Gary's add (for 1914) ...I
40 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s In se;
cor blk 85 Gary's add (for 1914) ...
50 ft e and w by 112 ft n and In se
cor blk 84 Gary's add (for 1912. 1914)!
Com 40 ft w of e cor blk 85 Gary's add j
w 50 ft n 112 ft e 50 ft m 112 ft (for
1914)
90 ft e and w on e side blk 86 Gary's
add ifor 1914)
Com 20 ft "w of ne cor blk 87 GarVs
aid. w 80 ft m 1154 ft e 80 ft n 1154
ft (for 1911. 1912. 1914) j
Com 135 ft w of ne cor blk 88 Gary's
add. w 45 ft s 112 ft e 45 ft n 112 ft
ifor 1913. 1914) j
45 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s In se.
cor blk 88 Gary' add (for 1913. 114)!
Com at nw cor blk 88 Gary's add w 45
ft 112 ft e 45 ft n 112 ft (for 1913.'
1914) 3
All blk 89 Gary's add (for 19f4)
All w of S A L r r blk 90 Gary add
(for 1914) j
All hlk lis fla t-i-.. A4 f fn. Itllt I
I . 7Wll-lA t?
it v r .-v r oik 3 uvn ma
(for 1914)
3
50 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s In ne co
blk 100 Gary's add (for 1914) J
Com 121 U Xt w of ne cor blk 100 Oary'
add w 50 ft i 112 ft e 50 Xt n 112 ft
(for 1914)
Com 225 ft w of ne cor blk 100 Gary'
add. n 112 ft w 45 Xt s 112 Xt e 45 ft
(for 1913. 1914) I
Lot bounded n by s 3rd st e by S A Li
r r 8 by S 8th st w by iw bdy of -wWl
of e4 (for 1914)
Lots 135 141 and 143 Gary's add (for
1914)
Lots 136 139 and 145 Gary's add (for.
1914)
E v, lying w of K A L r r blk 2 Scot fa
survey (for 1914)
All of P A L r r blk 2 Scott's rurrey.
(for 1912. 1914)
Com 84 ft w of e cor blk 5 Scott's sur survey
vey survey n 112 ft w 81 ft s 112 ft e 81 fti
(for 1911. 1912. 1914)
All e of S A L r r blk f Scott's survey
(for 1912. 1914)
Com 85 ft w of e cor blk 9 Scott's sur
vey n 119 ft w 4 rt s 119 ft e 45 rt
(for 1913. 1914)
60 ft e and w by 119 ft n and a in n
cor Wk 9 Scott's survey (for 1914)..
794 ft e and w by 119 ft n and a 1n nw
cor blk 10 Scott's xur (for 1914) j
Lots 3 to 13 and 16 to 33 Incl Connor's
eub blks 5 and 6 Scott's snrvy (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 blk 1 Lincoln Heights (for
1912. 1914)
All lot 8 hlk 1 Lincoln Heights (for
1911. 1914)
Lots 1 to 13 lnc blk 2 Lincoln Heigh tj
for 1914)
Lots 1234567 14 15 and 16 blk 3
Lincoln HHghts (for 1914) i
All ex lots 2 4 and 22 blk 4 Lincoln
Heisrhs for 1914)
All lot 2 blk 4 Lincoln Heights (for
1914)
Lots 4 7 8 10 12 13 and 14 blk 5 Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Heights (for 1914)
All lot 5 blk 5 Lincoln Heights (for
1914)
Lots 9 and 11 blk 5 Lincoln Heights
(for 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 1 and 4 blk 6 Lincoln Heights (for
1912. 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)
All lot 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 inches off n end lot 3 blk 2
Ditto's revised rdat (for 1914)
All lot blk 2 Ditto's revised plat (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 1 blk 3 Ditto's revised plat (for
1914)
All lot 2 blk 3 Ditto's revised plat (for
1912. 1914)
Lots ? and 10 blk 3 Ditto's revised plat
(for 1912. 1914)
Lots 1 2 and 3 4lk 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. blks 12 13 14 15
IK ntm S A & 7 and 1 Hlk 1
Dak Ridtre (for 1914)
All lot 4 blk 4 Oak Ridtre (for 1914)..
All lot 1 blk 11 Oak l.idge (for 1914)..
All lot 1 blk 17 Oak Ridge (for 1914)..
All blks 19 20 21 22 23 24 Zi Z Z7 ZS
331 ex lot 1 blk 20 Oak Ridge (for 1914)
All ex 72 H ft n and by 72 i rt e and
w in se cor lot 1 E G Smith's (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
U acre on w side lot 3 E G Smith's (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
55 ft n and s by 163 ft e and w In se
cor lot 3 E O Smith's (for 1911. 1912.1
1913. 1914)
Com 40 ft e of nw cor lot 5 E G Smith's
e 45 ft 13SH ft w 45 ft n 1J8V ft
(for 1913. 1914)
40 ft e and w by 1384 ft n and s in nw
cor lot 5 E G Smith' (for 1911 ,1912.
1913. 1914)
Co-n at aw cor lot SEO Smith's, e
177H ft n 1S9H ft vr 177 ft 139V 139V-ft.
ft. 139V-ft. also com 85 ft e of nw cor blk 5
E G tmith's. 43 ft 138.V4 Xt w 43 Xt
n 1384 Xt (for 1913. 1914)
Com 39 ft w of ne cor blk SEO Smith's
w 39 Xt s 138 Xt e 39 ft n 138 V
ft (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
50 ft e and w by 100 Xt n and i in tw
cor lot 6 E O Smith's (for 1913. 1914)
Com SO ft of w cor lot f. e SO ft n
100 ft w SO Xt 8 100 ft (for 1911. 1913.1
1914)
50 ft e and w by 110 Xt n and s In se
cor lot 6 E Smith's (for 1912. 1914)
N lot CEO Smith's (for 1911. 1912.
1913. 1914)
Com 40 ft w of se cor lot 7 E G Smith's
w 76 ft n 89 ft e 78 ft 89 ft (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
40 ft e and w by 99 ft n and s in se cor
lot 7 E a smith's (ror lii. lJiz.
1913. 1914)
E of swU lot 7 E G Smith's (Xor
1911. 1912. 1913. 1814)
W of swU lot 7 E G Smith's (for
1911 .1912. 1913. 1914)
Nei of nwU lot 7 E O Smith's (for!
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
j 52 ft e and w by 85 ft n and s In ne
cor lot 7 E u smith's (for nil. J91Z
1913. 1914)
E lot 8 E O Smith's (for 1911. 1912.
1914)
W of e 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 O Smith's (for
1914)
Lota 1 and 2 Giles sub lot 11 E. O
Smith's (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)..
Lots 3 4 5 GHes sub lot 11 E G Smith's
(for 1912. 1914)
Lot 11 Giles' sub lot 11 E G Smith's
(for 1911 .1912. 1914)
43 ft e and w on e end lot 12 E G
Smiths (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)..
Com 4314 ft w of ne cor lot 12 E O
Smith", v ft s 174 ft e 43 Xt
n 174 tt (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914).
i T ft m and w rn w ni1 lot 1 2 V. G
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)...
lil. in en t. nf 1. It f n Amllti'a

(for 1914) I
Lot 4 and 5 nub of lot 13 E G Smith's!

Ifor 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914 I
Lot 1 wib of lot 14 EG Smith's (for'
1911. 1912. 1913. 194)
Lo 2 sub of lot 14 E G Smith's (for
1911. 19:4) I
Lot 3 sub of lot 14 EG Smith's (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lot 4 sub of lot 14 EG Smith's (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 5 and sub of lot 14 E G Smith's
Ifor 1911. 1912. 1912. 1914)
501 All W KEG Smith's (for 1911. 1912.

1 1913. 1114)

a
m m
m Z
-..
b o
OWNER OR LUG AT.
- i I
'li IS ?!
Munroe it CharoMLss tr
3.99
29 40
7 25
4 29
7 as
2 24
31 9S
32
1 94
3 90
12 87
1 87
IS CS
2 63
2 33
2 63
3 49
1 23
2 S3
2 S3
4 C9
2 63
5 93
Heirs E L Freyermurh.
Mrs M E Lyles
Unknown ;..
E E DeCamp
P Michael ..
Unknown .
J H Brown
John McNeil
.
c u &uu w a ...
J D McCaU
W T Gary
Unknown ..
Unknown ...
Lydia Bevill
T I
Ml
F It Gary
;Ocala and W R R.
S Mrs. F R Gary -....
Ocala and 8 W R R.
B Goldman
Unknown .
Mary Jones
I
(18 15
22 Clark Ray
Johnson Co
t
S
I
4
2
93
4t
4S
49
33
I
Heirs T R Gary
W T Gary
I
I
Mrs F R Gary
M Morgan
R A Tate
E T Helvenston
5 7S
S 42
Heir Wm Young
19 95
f 27
2 33
'3 D Stwart
D Stwart
F Rogers .....
n
Johnson 95 5S
Clark Ray Johnson Co.
Unknown
W II Spikes ..........
Clark Ray Johnson Co
jClark Ray Johnson Co
Clark Ray Johnson Co
Unknown
Clark Ray Johnson Co
Andrew Scott
Unknown .... .... ...
Unknown..... ... ....
Clark Ray Johnson Co
f 72
1 54
3
4
29
1
F W Ditto
Unknown ..
' W J Good en
'Forest Wright
unknown ....
H Hampton
F W Ditto
A L Izlar
2 33
f-90
I
1
20 55
93
85
1 23
92
24 SS
IS 69
20 29
20 29
S 1
10 29
U;15
22 'Clark Ray Johnson Co
Hat tie Mcintosh .. ....
Chas F Schneider
Woodrow, Curren
and Chaxal .....
I Ellis Wingo
Clark Ray Jonnson Co
Mortis Solomon
Unknown .
Cella Jones
R C Marry
Unknown ..
Mary Pearson
Unknown
Mary Pearson
AUce Woodard
C SS
2 SI
3 99
S 7t
S 4S
19 29
C Wlggin ....
Unknown . .
Wm 911 es.
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknewn
Unknown
Mrs M E
4
5
S
s
4 20
S
2
3
3
Fox
H A Fausett .
C C Shooter
Unknown ....
Unknown
H Felder
Unknown
7 95
2 99
7 84
3
John Daw kins
Ella Bythewood
Sam Dawkms
!wm Mitchell
L.
(.iiiwnunu ....
known
In
Grahim
3
1
f Unknown ....

1C 59
25 95
7 05
13 35.

Carrie Felder
Unknown .....
Susan Jacobs

42
23
SS
53

54

12
S3
0
54
93

29
43
SO
C4

29
22
99
90
f
48
03
90
12
90
k
20
27
29
23
SO
so
99

aBd Dausrherty (for 1914)

.1

1 16i50



OCALA EVENING STAR.THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1913

SEVTZr

T

DESCRIPTION OF LXD
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION'

Lota 1 Z 3 4 6 7 ub of lot IS E G
Smith's for 1911, 1&12. lan, 1 & 1 3 .
All lot 22 Mitchells first plar (for U'll,!
1912, 1913, 1914)
E lot 1 Mitchell's revi.-ed tfor 1&14).!
All lot 1.1 Mitchell's revised Xor 1911. j
1912, 1313. 1914) i
Lots 15 and 47 Mitchell's revised (for;
1911, 114)
All lot 16 Mitchells revise! for l&ll.l
1912 ,191S. lji4) i
Lots 17 and IS Mitchell's revised (tor,
1912, 1913. 1&14) j
All lot 33 Mitchell's revised (for 1914)
Lots 39 43 and 54 Mitchells (for 1911,'
1912, 19-3. 1914) I
All lot 41 Mitchell's revised (for 1914i
Lot3 45 and 46 Mitchell's revised (fori
1912, 1914) I
Lots 56 57 and 58 Mitchell's revised (for;
1913. 1914)
Lots 9 10 11 12 12V 27 28 30 31 32 42!
Mitchell's revised (for 1911. 1914)...
All lot 1 J Green's add (for 1&12. 1914) j
All lot 2 S J Green's add (for 1911.1
1912. 1914) I
All lot 4SJ Green's add (for 1911. 1912.
1914)
Com at sw cor lot 18 E G Smith's add.
w 50 ft n 100 ft e 50 ft s 100 ft (for
1914)
Corn at sw cor lot 15 K G Smith's add.
rw 49 ft s 83 ft e 49 ft n 83 ft (for
1914)
Com 759 ft iw of ne cor of aw1, 4 118
w 50 ft s 224 ft e 50 ft n 224 It (tor
1914)
Lots 1 and 3 blk 6 West End (for 1911.
1912. 1912. 19141
Lots 14 and 16 blk 8 West End (fori
Lot9 lV blk 8 "West" End" (for'isii," 1912.
1912. 1914) i
Lots 6 and 8 blk 9 West End (for 1911.
1912, 1913, 1914) -!
All lot 18 blk 9 West End (for 1911,
1913, 1914) v,wi
All lot 19 blk 9 West End (for 1911.
1913 1914)
All lot 12 blk io West End (for 1914) -Lots
14 and 16 Tlk 10 West End (for
1914)
Lots 15 and 17 blk 10 West End (for
1913, 1914)
Lots 18 22 and 24 blk 10 West End (for
1912, 1914)
AH lot 20 blk 10 West End (for 1914)..
W lot 4 and all lot 6 llk 29 West
End (for 1914)
All lot 24 blk 29 West End (for 1913.
IiOtVl'and Y "blk SO We'sV End' (for 1912,
1913 1914)
Lots 21 22 23 and 24 blk 30 West End
(for 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 1 to 10 inc blk 49 West End (forj
lJts1l)'to"i6inc oik 50 West" End "(for!
1912, 1914)
Lots 1 4 5 8 and 9 blk 1 Western (for
1912. 1913, 1914) ,VVo"iV
Lots 12 and 13 blk 1 Western (for 1912.
1913. 1914) 'V"L1
All lot 1 blk 4 Western (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 5 Western (for l1)--:;
Lots 3 and 5 blk 5 Western (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 5 Western (for 1912, 1913.
1914)
ID 14)
Lots 5 and 9 Reardon's Due West (for
1 914 j . .t
Ail lot 10 Reamdon's Due West (for
19141
Lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and 11 blk 51 Santa
iMaria Place lior ;;,-0Vwv,?i'
Lots 1 to 24 Inc ex lots 21 23 blk -71
Santa Maria Place (for 1914)
Lots 21 and 23 blk 71 Santa Maria
T-l T 1QU
iOots 1 to 28 inc blk 72 Santa Maria
Place (lor
Lots 30 and 32 blk 72 Santa
All blk 73 Santa Maria Place (for 1914)
Maria
LOtS 1 tO 28 inC D1K. iMJlia
' Place (for-1914) ....... ....
Lots 29 and 31 blk 74 Santa
Place (for 1914) ...........
Lots 30 and 32 blk 74 Santa
Maria
Maria
AU blk T 75 Santa Maria Place (for 1914)
Com 25 ft s of nw cor of sw'
208 ft e 208 ft n 104 ft w 104 ft n
'mi ft m 104 ft (for 1914)
Lots 1 to 16 inc Columbia City (for
IxrtVAV to 25 toe Columbia City (for
Lots 26 "to '"40 inc Columbia City (for
1914) ... ...
Com 198ft"n of se cor of nwY of ne
198 ft w 420 U s 198 ft e 420 ft (for
1914 ) ........ .........
fn-m Ki72i ft s of ne cor of nw1 .
C s 160 ft w 204 ft n 160 ft e 204 ft (for
N ex 50 'ft eand'w by 100 ft n and Vin
ne cor lot 1 Cline's (for 1911, 1912,
1 A1 I
r. Ve A Vt w cor lot 3 Cline's. n
- 86 ftwMft n 68 ft e lit ft n 40 ft w
112 ft n 14.6 It e iSUO.w n as ... "i
152.6 ft (for 1912. 1914) ......... .
tin ft and w by 100 ft n and s Jn sw
50 ??1TL aA (for 1912. 1914).
Lot 7 and s lot 8 Cline's
1911, 19iz, lai'J :;" i'oi"i' 1V1V
NVi lot 8 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912.
. -i a i ..............
Nw lot 9 Cline's add (for 1911. 1912.
n49 lot X10 Kline's "add (f or mi," 1912.
N&otiUne'a' 'add '(for i912, 1213.
xifnd ie "loV'12 Cllne'"s add (for
1 i'at 2 Cline's "add" ("for 1914) .....
lit 13 Cline's add (for 1912 1914)
VifSi AA (for 1912. 1914).
SS lot Cttai's add (for 1911. 1912.
Sw" ho 9174 CUn'e's "add" (for 1911. mi)
All lot 18 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912.
Se1 lot1 20 Cline's add (fori9ii." 19 IS..
ii w 9V Vltn"e;sadd" (fori9i4)
All lot 23 Cline's add (for 1911, 1912,
Alf lot Y Tucker Hiil '('for 19l'i, lVlV,
1 A1 4
All lot 13 Tucker Hill (for 1912. 1914)
All lot 14 Tucker Hill (for 1911. 1912.
.-i9.111 2 At o Ar lot 2 Dunn's N
add n l9Vft -w IO ft : ,169 ft
e 105 ft (for 1911. 1913, 1914)
a vi hv 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 iby 105 ft e and w In se
cor lot 2 Dunn's xm w auu xaxx
- 1912. 1913, 1914) -y;m:
rr-i; iti rt -n anil s on n end lot 4
Dunn's N W add (for 1911. 1912,
SH9lot ""Dunn'V N W add "(for 19 11.
mio ion 19141
E4 lot 6 Dunn's N W add ( t or 19141
N of n lot 11 Dunn's N W add (for
1911, 1912, 1913, 1914)
ci4 -ny, ex 37 ft e and w on w end
t 11 Dunn's N W add (for 1912.
s49 lot ll1 Dunn'i "n W "add ( for 'isih
Ne lot 12 Dunn's N W add (for 1911
11S. 1914
S and neU lot 14 Dunn's N W add
All lot 16 Dunn s N W add (for 1912
Semiot 17 "Dunn's N W '("for 1911;
1912. 1913, 1914)
70 ft a and w by 115 ft n and s an sw
cor tat 18 Dunn's X W add (for 1912.
i9i?iV PUnr,' Nrv4dd (for'i9i4)"
7 7 9 11 12 13 14 blk B
A.. "vt w aAA (for 1914)
Lots 6 8 and 10 blk B Dunn's N W add
iJts! ""O 7 "9 and 14 blk C Dunn's
NW add (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 2 3 4 5 7 9 and 11 blk D Dunn's N
txt J j rnv 1012 1914
Lots 6 8 and 10 blk D Dunn's N W add
lOIQ 10111
r Af VV't i n 11 12 and 14 blk E
. t5T'- V W add (for 1911, 1912.
u it -. -
imo 1011 ......... .....
All blk F Dunn's N -W add (for 1911,
All9blk Dunn's N W 'add '(tor 1911.
t m ion IQH
Lots 1 3 5 7 blk I Dunn's X W add (for;
19141 1
Lots 9 11 13 and 14 blk J Dunn's N W
(for 1911, 1912. I9i3ni 'V V;
Lots 10 and 12 blk J Dunn's N W add
(for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lots 5 10 and 12 blk L Dunn's N W add
(for 1912. 1913, 1914)
All lot 9 Mk L Dunn's N WT add (for

ii4 :::,'
All lot 1 blk 6 Western (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 6 Western (for
All lot 1 Reardon's Due West (for 1912,

1914)

j OWNER. OR LEGAL

r. Li
, "fi REPRESENTATIVE
if ?
c- H
rn
Unknow n .
i Unknown
tJ C .Shooter
10 20
1 24
(Unknown
i
Unknown
I Unknown
f mm
Unknown
Mrs M E Fox
10 60
1 24
7 or,
85
7 05
3 90
18 48
4 39
Unknown
i Unknown.
E W Ditto
I
Unknown .
H A Fausett
F W Ditto
Unknown .
Ida Mitchell
67
Unknown
1 84
3 42
8 63
7 05
iS J Finley
15;2
W O Bartley .
Unknown
Celia Adams .
84
05
05
49
90
24
69
90
Unknown
J D McDuffy ..
Abe Lambright
Unknown .
Lucy Hall ....
Ed Mathews
Unknown .
Unknown .
C C Shooter
03
8
Ocala Investment Co..
Unknown ... ..
5
01
Unknown
Unknown
90
7 05
Unknown .
H A Fausett
Unknown .
3 12
4 69
Wm Ponder
J W Manns
J "W Manns
E D Mack
19 65
93
93
3 60
Smith and Roberts
Henry Gillam .. ..
J D McCall
80
08
93
J C Boozer .
J A Michael
48
2',
S Simmons
54
H A Fausett
Unknown .
19 65
3 90
2 33
Sam Hampton
Unknown .
3 1
Cicero Mitchell ..
12
Unknown
60
Unknown
3 12
S and M Sawaya ..
2 33
M S Sims
Un known
33 I
82 1
18
15
22
Unknown .
Unknown .
Unknown .
15
54
54
John Brown
33
18
15
Unknown.
Unknown
Unknown
4 99
18
15
63
15 54
H A Fausett
F W Ditto ..
H A Fausett
J J Johnson
Andrew Scott
L T Gloster
Unknown
6
3
14
si
90
93
19 65
13 35
19 65
5 48
J C Boozer
3
1
3
6
7
2
90
Unknown .
24
60
J C Boozer
F W Ditto
B Williams
Unknown .
Sarah Ward
i 9
05
03
7 05
Unknown . .
48
60
Euegne Dixon
Unknown
7 05
Unknown
Unknown
7
9
84
90
P C Coleman
15 72
H Holland
22 32
Unknown
4 20
Unknown.
4 20
Unknown
Unknown
35
D S Woodrow.
Unknown. ...
60
7 05
Unknown.
Unknown
Unknown.
Unknown.
5
1
4
2
78
24
69
33
Unknown.
10 20
7 05
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
3
3
42
60
Unknown
W A Alexander
69
33
Unknown ....
J C Boozer
68
90
64
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown .
J W Haynes .,
Unknown .
Celia Austin .
E C Smith
9 59
11
11
13
5
3
3
8
4 S
9
37
1
j R Blaeklston
1 01

DESCRIPTION OF LAND
AND SURVEY OR ADDITION

Lot.
fo
6 ar,i s ui'ri. L. Dunn's N
W aj.
i:m. ui::. I9ic. iH)
All It 13
I -j 11
All i.Jt 14
19i:J. 19
All ex let:
blk L. Dunn's N add
( for
(for
oik L. D
4 l
.r.n's N W add
12 and 14 tlk N Dunn's N Wj
add f.jr 1911. 1912. 1914)
. . t
adi
i
(for!
Jfor!
t
"ad i
-
(for;
I
add
. . i
(for
"(for
Eots 1 to 12 ir.o blk Dunn's N
W
(for 1911. 1913. 1914)
Lois 2 and 4 bik P Dunn's N add
1911. 1912, 1914)
Lois 0 7 9 blk P Dunn's N W .add
1911. 1913. 1914)
All ex lots 11 13 blk Q Dunn's N W
(for 1911. 1912, 1913. 1914)
Ail lot 11 IHk R Dunn s N U add
111. 1914)
Lots 12 and 14 blk R Dunns N
for 1912 ,191 4
All lot 5 blk T Dunns N W add
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lot 9 blk T Dunn's N W add
1911. 1913. 1914)
All lot 14 blk T Dunn's N W add (for
1911. 1912. 1913. 1914)
All lor 2 blk U Dunns N W add (for
1913. 1914)
Lots 3 4 5 7 9 and 10 blk I Dunn s
W add (for 1911. 1912. 1913. 1914) ...
All lot 2 blk 2 Goss add (for 1912. 1913.
1914)
Nt2 of n4 and swi lot 4 blk 2 Goss
add (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
SVz of n4 and .ei lot 4 blk 2 Goss
add (for 1912. 1913. 1914)
Lot 1 and n'i and se't lot 4 blk 3 Goss
add (for 1914)
All lot 3 blk 3 Goss add (for 1911. 1912.
1914)
Lot? 1 and 4 blk 4 G033 add (for 1911.
1912. 1913. 1914)
Iot 2 and 3 blk 4 Gos add (for 1914)
Si lot 2 blk 1 Goss add (for 1912. 1913.;
1914) 1
All lot 3 blk 1 Goss add (for 1911. 1512.,
1 913. 1914) I
Sw'i lot 1 D 1 K 1 uoss aaa iior jimi..
1912. 1913. 1914)'
Ne1; and n'jr 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" and 3 blk 3 Goss add (for 1911
1913. 1914)
All lot 1 blk 4 Goss add (for 1311
1914)
All lot 4 blk 4 Goss add (for 1911. 1912.1
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 Z.
116 ft e and w on e side lot 4 dik i
Goss add (for 1912. 1914)
Com 83 ft w of ne cor lot 1 blk 2. w
91 ft s 100 ft e 93 ft n 100 ft Ooss,
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 Z
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 nVi of nwU lot 4 blk 3 Goss add
(for 1911. 1912. 1914)
s'i of lojts 2 and 3 blk 4 Goss add (for
in HI
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)
All lot 3 blk 2 Goss add (for 1914)...
All lot 4 blk 2 Goss add (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 3 Goss add (for 1911, 1912.
1913. 1914)
All 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)
All lot 4 blk 4 Goss add (for 1914)
All lot 1 blk 3 Ilea's add (for 1914)..
Lots 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 blk 3 Begrs's
add (for 1914)
All lot 5 blk 3 P.esrar's add (for 1914)..
Lots 13 16 and 17 blk 3 Bess's add (for
1914)
Lots 1 2 sub lot 6 sub nwU of nw
(for 1914)
Lots 3 to 22 inc. ex lot 11 blk 6 sub nwli
of nw4 (for 1914)
SM lot 7 sub nw; of nw; (for 1")14)
All lot 8 sub nwU of nwU (for 1914)
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi
cial Circuit of Florida, Marlon
County In Chancery.
To John A. Bishop, Francis E. Harris,
Susannah Jenkins. General P. Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. Faith Murphy, Mary E. Ross.
A. J. Jackson, Annie M. Atkinson.
W. H. Baker and F. B. Norman,
co-partners doing1 business as
Norman and Company. Dickson 1L
Irvine, administrator of the estate
of J. L. Feaster. Chas. L. Bllllngrs,
Beulah R. Verge and Andrew J,
Mark ham.
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court In a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by N. O. Wade, Walter Ray and
Flora M. Osborn. co-partners doing
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
ida, 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
poena upon whom would bind you. or
either of you.
Now therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Monday, the 2nd day of November, A.
D. 1015,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in our said court
by N. 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 reecive what our eaid
court shall have considered in that be
half, otherwise the complainant will
proceed ex parte.
It Is further ordered tnat a copy or
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 S- liui-
lock. Judge of our said court, and P.
H. Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereor.
at fhe court house In Ocala. Marion
county. Florida, this the 31t day of
August. A. JJ. 1915.
1 Seal 1 1. h. .mukm',
Cler kof the Circuit Court of Marion
County. Florida.
By Alberta Weeks, D. C
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
I3 a true copy of the original order of
publication in the foregoing cause, as
the same appears on nie in my oince.
This the 31st day or August, A. u.
1915.
fSeall P. TL NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
tf-thurs By Alberta W eeks, D. C.
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi
cial Circuit of Florida, Marlon
CountyIn Chancery.
the unknown heirs of C. IL Har
To
graves. and the unknown heirs of
Shedrick Atkinson, and all persons
claiming an Interest in and to the
northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter, section 6, township 16,
range 18 east, and northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of southwest quarter and
southwest quarter of northwest
quarter of section 25, and west
half of southwest quarter of sec
tlon 29. township 15, south. of
ran it a 18 east.
It appearing from the allegations of
a sworn bill or complaint niea in tnis
court n this day in a suit commenced
by N. G. "Wade. Walter Ray and Flora
M. Osborn. co-partners doing business
under the name and style of Morrison.
Rav and Comnany. against the un
known heirs of C. H. Hargravea and

OWNER OR LEGAL

ii; REPRESENTATIVE
X
I i I
I I i
Geo A Bad:
J C Boozer
1 07
1 CS
5 01
8 0
2 96
Unknown ..
,P J Theus
jUnknown ..
J C Boozer
junknawn. .
Unknown .
'j H Taylor
H S Stark
!n Summers
jH Holland
Unknown
90
1 38
2 01
2 01
1 70
2 01
1 38
7 37
2 73
7 8?
Jas Maxey
Unknown
Unknown
H Lambriffht
Unknown. .
48
94
30
90
03
69
V Heirs Wm Toung
1 1 Unknown
1
4
6
1 'Unknown
1 'Unknown
2jHeirs Wm Young Young-2,'l"nknown
2,'l"nknown Young-2,'l"nknown 4
7
1
7
11
0
2
3
3
3
05
86
03
78
2 Unknown
t
Unknown.
2'H Lambrlgrht.
2!unknown..
03
2!Unkn
10 wn.
73
12
2T J Anderson
2'Unknown .
3'R Anderson
12
0
3 Laura Goss
1 86
3 F W Ditto
4 20
3Unknown.
2 00
Unknown
3 Unknown.
1 15
Unknown
Unknown.
Unknown.
05
03
Unknown
Unknown
Joseph Wesley
Unknown
Unknown.. ..
Unknown
54
03
9 42
3 22
85
85
2 10
77
77
2 01
m
4 I
77
77
3 60
T'nknown
4 (Unknown
Unknown
Unknown.
4 Unknown. .
4 Unknown. .
4!Unknown..
22 1 Jane Morris
1815
I
IR'13
1815
1
22 H A Fausett .,
22 Florence Berry
01
85
&0
?3
16
03
60
18-13
Wm. Stewart
1
1811
Ditto and Maloney
1 8 1 1 5
Unknown
Ditto and Maloney .
Addie Hunter
18' 15I22
18I15 22
"W. W .CLYATT,
City Tax Collector.
the unknown heirs "of Shedrlck Atkin
son, mat tne complainant Deiieves mai
there are persons interested In the
property Involved In the eall suit, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: the unknown heirs of C. H. Har Har-graves
graves Har-graves and the unknown belrs of
Shedrick Atkinson, wnose names and
and places of residence are unknown
to the complainant and in said bill of
complaint having prayed for relief
I a grains 1 tne saia un Known neirs 01 saia
C. H. Hargraves and the unknown
heirs of said Shedrick Atkinson.
Now therefore you and each or you.
and all other persons claiming an In
terest in or title to the property here hereinabove
inabove hereinabove described, are "hereby requir
ed to appear before this honorable
court on
Monday the 6th day of December, A. D.
191S
to then and there make answer unto
the said bill of complaint exhibited
against you In said cause now pending
in our said court, and to do further
and receive what our said court shall
have considered In that behalf, other otherwise
wise otherwise the complainant will proceed ex
parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for twelve consecutive -weeks In
the Ocala Star, a newspaper published
In said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our eaid court, and P.
H. Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof,
at the court house in Ocala, Marlon
county. Florida, this the 31st day of
August. A. D. 1915.
fSeall P. H. NUGENT.
Cler kof the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
By Alberta Weeks. D. C
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I herebv certify that the foregoing
1.4 a true copy of the original order of
Dublication in the foregoing cause, as
the same appears on nie in my omce
This tne 3lst cay or aurusi, .a. u,
1915.
f Spall P. H. SLOENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County. Florida.
tf-thurs By Alberta Weeks. D. C
A Master or One
Tlave you ever loved anj other
rlrls?" breathed the ma I An tremu
lously.
WelL 1 have attempted a few kin
dergarten. prep school and college
courses in affection,' responded the
man In the case, "but this represents
a real purpose to get rid of xsij bache
lor's degree.
Whereupon he took a little firmer
hold. Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Professional Reticence,
"Did that man quote you correctly In
that interview ?
"I can't tell." replied Senator Sor
ghum.
"Don't you know 7"
-Yes, I know, but I can't tell nntil
I have learned how my constituents
like the article. Washington Star.
NOTICE
I guarantee til my work and would
be pleased to hear from any that is
unsatisfactory. D. C. Baldwin, type typewriter
writer typewriter repairer, Carlton House, phone
193. It

THE

DIAMOND FROM
THE SKY
(Continued from Second Page)
Estnefs vrlndow-and a moment later
dropped unseen down beside the Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph mansion and hurried away. A
little later Esther found on her bureau
by the window the large envelope with
the banknotes and the mysterious mes mes-eagre.
eagre. mes-eagre. Esther kissed the note because it
seemed almost the personal proximity
of Arthur. The money, which was $1. $1.-000.
000. $1.-000. hardly concerned her at all except
that she realized it would smooth the
path of Quabba to the west in seeking
Arthur. That Arthur knew where she
was and had strong though secret In Influences
fluences Influences working In her behalf was all
well enough perhaps to his masculine
manner of thinking.
But in Esther the eternal feminine
manifested Itself in the desire to be
near the one she loved. Nothing else
mattered.
Just then Mrs. Randolph's maid, the
smiling Flfl. entered with a rase of Es Esther's
ther's Esther's favorite roses, chattering her
happiness at seeing Esther again. Es Esther,
ther, Esther, who had secreted the note and
the money at Fill's knock, asked the
maid to place the flowers in the win
dow.
!
H."
.r.
I. Pis..
'..: r.-s: if
Quabba Was Struck and Hurt.
It was the old signal for Quabba.
and when that faithful soul stole
through the street on the watch for
some sign from his young mistress he
saw the signal, and Clarence, the mon
key, was sent up the wistaria for Es
ther's message.
Clarence clambered down again with
half the money that had been In the
mysteriously placed envelope and with
it a scribbled message requesting Quab
ba to go at once to Los Angeles to lo
cate' Arthur, where Esther had last dl
rectly heard of him. Quabba smiled.
kled his hand and doffed his cap to
hi fair young mistress at the wiDdow
and hurried away.
But much was to happen ere Quabba
left Richmond. Some teasing boys at
a street corner annoying Clarence, the
monkey, and Quabba. caused the latter
to step In the path of a trolley car
Immediately be was struck and hurt,
but not badly.
Blair Stanley had seen Quabba turn
round the corner of the Randolph man-
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slon and had followed him at a tils
tance. wondering what might be the
hunchback's reason for loitering neax
where Esther was. Blair, the trailer,
intent upon his own quarry, did not no notice
tice notice that he in turn was trailed by a
bootblack, a well grown youth of twen twenty.
ty. twenty. When Quabba wa- knocked down
by the trolley and braised and dazed
Blair was among the first to come to
his assistance. Quabba was able to
give the address of his lodgings and to
refuse to go to a hospital. lie and
Clarence, the monkey, were placed in a
taxi and were driven off. to the cheers
of the multitude, who regarded then
In the light of heroes for the danger

they had passed.
It was Blair's perverse nature that
saw in the accident a reckless way to
trap Esther and search for the Stanley
document his mother believed that Es
ther always carried "with her. . 4
He scribbled a note and, seeking a
messenger, his eyes lit upon the boot.
black. The note was to Esther and
was written as though by a stranger
witnessing the accident to Quabba. It
gave the address Quabba had given
after the accident and it requested Es
ther to come to see the injured man.
reading as though Quabba had asked
the 6tranger to send the word.
The bootblack bore the message
promptly to his employer. Blake, tha
detective. That astute man behind the
scenes calmly assumed the bootblack's
guise and delivered the note in person.
Mrs. Randolph plaintively objected
to Esther's going alone to such a part
of town as the address of Quabba'a
lodgings. But It was broad day and
Esther laughed at her fears.
Meanwhile Blair Stanley had pro
ceeded to the lodging house and. aided
by the convincing argument of a tea
dollar bill, had no trouble In convinc
ing the landlady that he was a detec detective
tive detective expecting to trap a shoplifter.
Blair proceeded to Quabba's room
and. finding Quabba daxed with pain.
bound and gagged him. It was an ad adventure
venture adventure Just to Blair's liking. He had
slipped on a mask before surprising
and overpowering Quabba, and when
Esther's light step was beard at the
door, directed by the landlady on the
landing below. Blair, still masked,
op&ed the door and dragged Esther
within.
If Blair had expected an easy victim
he found he had caught a Tartar. Es Esther
ther Esther fought like a little tigress, and
every effort Blair made to search her
for the Stanley document was repulsed.
Blair's perverse nature rejoiced la
this vigorous defense of the slight but
wiry girL Quabba struggled to free
himself to assist Esther, but Just then
the door opened and a stalwart boot bootblack,
black, bootblack, who was none other than Tom
Blake, the detective, joined in the fray,
lie owed Blair something on an old
score, and right merrily he proceeded
to pay it off.
Blair fought like a madman. And
then Quabba tore himself loose from
hls bonds and, forgetting the bruises of
his accident, joined In the melee. Blair
was young and strong. Physically he
11
BUir Fought Lik a Madman.
was a match for the detective, even
ihougli the latter was aided by the ac active
tive active and x-jpple Quabba.
The thne sided fisht boiled out of
juiUia'x shabby room and down the
rivkety staircase. Halfway down
ihf ifilr. the balustrade on the upper
lai.diii- bavins already given way
tb !ei tive and Quabba. punching
ui ii.uz n. A 2iovlns. pushed Blair out
Thi- u:ir.- ti;:utrade. banisters and
ll. !:r-.";.- :? und fell over, and Blair
. .-j.! .w:i v. itli them backward and

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:r:k -. 5'!i .-1 heavy thud on the land land-:it
:it land-:it t: f the tair In the cor cor-.
. cor-. i'l-T !.-.
K-r- r w! tjuabba and Blake, ran
fi. -t.i-.r f?inucb the dut and
. vr t V the hndd!eI Insensi-'
!. fT". '..i iiukU"! man
T .- :..' :l.t-I u;i the mask and
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"EIGHT

OCA LA EVENING STAB THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915
EXTRA COUNCIL MEETING It
WILL BE HELD THIS EVENING
nr. at. a onr.TTRF.NnFS I
The city council will meet this eve- J

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ning in special session.
NEW RESIDENTS FOR OCALA

Off

Masons meet this evening.
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.

Sid Whaley is getting fat.
See tne line of Kexall school
plies at Gerig's. tf

sup-

Mr. Jere W. Crook of Bartow was
a visitor to our city yesterday, com combining
bining combining business with pleasure.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place. tf
There are some bear hunters in
Ocala. Jim Johnson killed a bear
-with a pocketknife, and Ed Bennett
would have kjlled a bear had there
been any bear there.

WEATHER FORECAST

Rain tonight and Friday, except
generally fair exertme south portion.
Miss Tincey Holly of Electra, who
was operated upon at the hospital
yesterday for appendicitis, is doing
well today. Miss Holly is a sister of
Mrs. Chester A. Fort, of this city.

Mr. Littledale of Hawthorne was in
the city this week. Mr. Littledale,'
his wife and nephew will move to
Ocala in a few days to reside. Some j
time since he traded property in Haw- j
thorne for Mr. J. W. Kea's residence ;

here.

U. D. C. MEETING

Big supply of silver skin Bermuda
onion sets just received. Bitting &
Co., 410 N. Magnolia St. 18-6t

Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8-2-t Lattner's Hano Store.
Captain Edward Drake of the Ocala
Rifles, who has returned from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, proudly wears the bronze
medal for marksmanship won by him himself.
self. himself. The medal is for 80 per cent,
which is good shooting.
. Garden and flower seed of : every
kind. Bitting & Co., 410 North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 17-6t

One of our young friends is sprout sprouting
ing sprouting a luxuriant mustache, which is
very becoming, but if we give his

name he will probably shave it off, as
another of our young friends" did last

summer.

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida.

Cashier G. W. Neville of the Bank

of Dunnellon was in town today.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open night

and dav. Merchants Cafe. tf

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

For plumbing ana eiectrlcal work

see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

Best school tablet on the market

REXALL, at Gerig's. tf

Fresh Nunnally's candies by express

twice a week at Gerig's. tf

BURBANK

The regular monthly meeting of

Dickison Chapter U. D. C, will be held

at the residence of Mrs. R. G. Blake,

Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

Mrs. Winer, Cor. Sec'y
For pine or oak wood call 3 M, four

rings, tuick delivery. 9-27-6t

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CITY CLERK'S FINANCIAL

REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

ROOMS FOR RENT And furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; large
rooms, rates reasonable, opposite
postoffice. Call 206 N. Main St., or
M. Lucas, at Ocala House Barber
shop. 10-7-6t
FOR RENT Large and comfortable
rooms with fireplace; nicely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; conveniently located; all modern
conveniences; rates reasonable. Apply
602 East Second street, corner San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, or at Star office. 9-7-tf

FOR SALE New 2-passenger 4

cylinder roadster, in good condition;

also movable garage, can be moved
anywhere. Address ""Roadster," care

Ocala Evening Star. 5-6t

WANTED To buy a second hand
bath tub in good condition; must be

cheap. Address P. O. Box No. 10,

Ocala, Fla. 10-5-6t

FOR SALE One share of stock in
Beddick Packing & Ice Co., $100. Will

take $75 CASH; want money quick.

P. O. Box 602. 10-5 4
"HELP WANTED Salesman, exper

ienced, with good records. Attrac Attractive
tive Attractive proposition for the right man.
Positions open for some now; other

vacancies later. Give full particulars

of your past work and references in

first letter. Address, The Thomas

Advertising Service, Tampa, Fla. 6t

LAND-TO RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard: fenced. Will be

rented on .hares. Apply to R. R

Carroll, St-r office. 9-30-tf

COTTAGE FOR RENT A small cot

tage, well located. Owner will re

model same according to wishes o

tenant. Apply to Davis S. Welch. 29-tf

Burbank, Oct. 5. Mr. and Mrs.

Dort and family from California are

living on the Daskam farm. We wish

them all kinds of good luck.

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Langworthy and

family left Monday morning for Day-

tona Beach, to spend the winter.

Mr. Walker of Norfolk, Va., is here

Inspecting his land. He expects to

buy the Dr. Harding farm.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dickerson and

son have moved into the home of Mr.

L H. Langworthy for the winter.

Miss Emma Austin is attending

high school at Daytona.

Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Wursey of

Pittsburg, Pa., are here inspecting
their land. They expect to make

their home here in another twelve

months.

Mr. W. C. Bogue and son are re

modeling the company's office and

wjien completed it will look as good
as new.

There was a surprise party given
at Mrs. V. H. Turner's in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Wursey last Monday
night. The evening was enjoyed in
music and dancing. Refreshments
were served, cake and coffee. There
were about 50 people present. They
all departed at a late hour, wishing

all another happy gathering.

Miss Mary McLin, Burbank's school

eacher, started school Monday. There

are a good many on the roll.

Mrs. Stanley Chambers and family

eft for Tampa Sunday to make their

home for awhile. Mr. Chambers has

accepted a position there with the

gas company. Mr. Clarence Cham

bers came up on baturday and ac

companied her to her home.

Mr. Max Bogue, one of our old

settlers, left for Jacksonville Sunday,

where he has accepted a government

position in the postoffice there. Max
is one of our bright and energetic

boys and all wish him success.

Mr. J. McNash has gone to Detroit,

Mich., where he has accepted a posi position.
tion. position. His family expects to go in the
early spring.

Mr. Dort was a visitor to the

county seat Monday.

Mr. Overend was in the Ocala hos

pital a few days. He had cataracts

removed from his eyes. He is im

proving fine at this writing.

Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Bernard and

son were in Burbank Sunday, guests
of Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and family.

We have a new store keeper at

Langworthy's store in the person of
Mr. Charlie Ross.

Miss Ruth Hubbard is spending a

few days at Fort McCoy, the guest
of Mrs. T. P. Bernard.

Mrs. Stress has moved in one of

Mr. Overend's houses. She sold her

horse and wagon and furniture to

Mr. Dort.

Mr. Herbert Turner was in .Palatka

one day last week.

Mr. A. K. Priest received a gaso

line engine yesterday.

The T. P. Benard Co. expect to

plant an acre of lettuce this fall.

Mrs. Herrrfan Knoll and little

daughter and little Miss Poppee

spent the day at Mrs. M. D. L. Gra

ham's.

-Mr. and Mrs. Charley Teuton are
rejoicing over the arrival of. a fine

baby girl at their home, Sept. 25th.

Mother and baby doing nicely.

Ocala, Fla.. Oct. 5. 1915.

The Honorable City Council, Ocala,

r londa:
Gentlemen: Receipts and disburse

ments during the month of Septem

ber 1915, are as follows:

Receipts
Collected by tax collector:

Taxes $ 390.90

Licenses 5.00
Collected by marshal:
Fines, police court 92.75
Delinquent personal taxes 234.36

Collected by stock impounder:

Pound fees 19.00
Collected by clerk:
E. L. Dept., service 2,130.27
E. L. Dept., meters...... 78.00
Tax redemptions 2.08
House rent 45.00
Assessments, paving .... 429.80
Assessments, sidewalks . 161.71
Sale of fertilizer 1.00
W. W. Dept., rents 73.35
W. W. Dept., meters..... 22.13
W. W. Dept.. Miscel 22.50

Collected by city attorney:
Tax certificates 33JO

Total collections $ 3.747.75
Bal. on hand Sept. 1, 1915. 7,335.08

WANTED Any one desiring board

in private family? house well venti

lated and screened. Apply to 1129
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-lm

Total : $ 11,082.83
Warrants Drawn During September

Salaries, officers, clerks,

etc $ 770.00

Police department:

Salaries 30o.00
Witness fees and costs... 18.15

Feed for prisoners 6.50
Sundry expense 10.07
Street department:
Labor 238.30
Sundry expense 16.18
Surveying 15.00

Sanitary department:

Labor and expense Z68.7J

Health department 100.00
Contingencies 113.00
Pound expense 62.00
Fire department:
Salaries 290.00
Supplies and repairs 4.05
Sundries 48.33
Bond interest fund 75.00
E. L. department 2,205.90
W. W. department 1,472.89

E have just completed and have ready for de

livery, an up-to-date map of the County

24x34 inches in size and showing all sections in quar quarters.
ters. quarters. Price $1.00.

If yt)u own one or two parcels of "land in the
County and will send a list of them at the same time
you send order for the map, we will show their loca loca-tion
tion loca-tion (in color) so that you can see; just now near a
town, railroad, county road or schoblQuse your land
lies. ' "-r"' '
A postoffice or express moneyffer or just a
dollar bill will do the business.

flMEM m

C O IF2. IP O IF2. AJTT I O

South ol Postoffice Bldg.

J CALA

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Fixing the Blame.

The Parson To whom am I Indebted

for this visit? The Bridegroom To

Mamie's mother; she thought I'd been
courting her long eDonsh. and she said

so. Philadelphia Ledger.

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to

.jthe Colonial; also for light house

keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf

FOR SALE Two-story house on
Fort King avenue. One of the very
. best locations in Ocala. Terms to to-suit.
suit. to-suit. Address P. O. Box 273, Ocala,
Fla. 17-tf

An Exception.

"Nothing can be short and long at

the same time.

"What's the matter with a dachs dachshund?
hund? dachshund? Baltimore American.

Total warrants drawn.. $ 6,019.09
Disbursed by City Treasurer During
September, 1915
General fund $ 2,273.47
Bond interest fund 75.00
Electric light fund 2,286.92

Water works fund 1,509.28

Balance On Hand October 1, 1915

General fund $ 1,389.67

Bond interest fund 126.56
Sinking fund 2,058.96

Electric light fund 1,330.15
Water works fund 12.82
Water works bond fund.. 20.00

Accounted for as Follows, as per

Treasurer's Report

In M. & C. National Bank.$ 2,513.16
In Seaboard Natl. Bank.. 25.00

Sinking fund at interest in

Commercial Bank 800.00

Coupons paid, no voucher

issued 1,550.00

Coupons now turned in

(W. W.) 50.00

$ 4,938.16
Outstanding Scrip October 1, 1915

General fund $ 81.00

Electric light fund 37.00

Water works fund 4.38

$ 122.38
From the treasurer's report it will

be seen that the city treasurer has re

ceived from the board of bond trus

tees from the sale of sewer bonds

$96,272.73.
Respectfully submitted,
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIUATION

It is certainly surprising that any

woman will endure the miserable feel
ings caused by biliousness and con

stipation, when relief is so easily had

and at so little expenese. Mrs. Chas.

Peck, Gates. N. Y., writes: "About a

year ago I used two bottles of Cham

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

tainable everywhere. Adv.

WOOD

Our past IIve9 build the present,
which must mold the lives to be. Sir
Edwin Arnold.

Advertise in the Star.

PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL IIAVE
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
J. L. SMOAR
At Sm oak's Wagon Shop.

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Hard Water.
The streams of water used In hy

draulic mining are said to be so swift
that if one tried to hack into them

with a sword the weapon would fly to

pieces. The water is moving so rapidly

that It has no time to yield beneath

the stroke and In consequence Is like a

bar of Iron.

A small bag cannot be made to con

tain what is large. A short rope can cannot
not cannot be used to draw water from a

deep well. Chlnete Proverb.

Cause of Water Bubbling.
, There is an erroneous impressloa

that water bubbling violently is hot

ter than water at the boiling point.
As a mater of fact, the ebullition is

caused by the escaping eter.m. which

means lost heat All water (except

in a high elevation) reaches the boil

ing point at 212 degrees Fahrenheit
and however fast or slow the water
may he boiling It rexsUas at that temperature.

A CLOGGED SYSTEM

NEEDS ATTENTION

Are you bilious, dizzy and listless?

Dr. King's New Life Pills taken at
m a

once seizes upon constipation ana

starts the bowels moving naturally

and easily. Moreover it acts without
griping-. Neglect of a clogged system
often leads to most serious complica complications.
tions. complications. Poisonous matters and a body
poorly functioning need immediate

attention. 11 you wisn to waice up to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning happy in mind and
entirely satisfied, start your treat treatment
ment treatment tonight. 25c. a bottle. No. 2.

Riches From Gift Bestowed.
When you give away happiness yon

all de time gits richer an richer in it.

-Atlanta Constitution.

IUSBAM) R

ESCUEID

DESPAIRING WIFE

After Four Tears cf Discouragiaf
Conditions, BJrs. Bollock Gare
Up ia Despair. HssBas.3
Cast to Rescue.

Catron, iCy. In an Interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Betne Bullock
writes as follows : Ml ssSsred for four
years, wiSa womanly trontles, and daring
this time, I could only sit cp for aCle
while, and could not walk anywhere at
tZL At times, 1 would hare severe pains
la my left side.
The doctor was caned ia, and his trest trest-ment
ment trest-ment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed tgahu After
Bat, nothing seemed to do me any good.

I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle cl
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com commenced
menced commenced taking iL From the very first
dose, I could tell It was helping me I
can now walk two miles wfchect s
tiring me, and am doing a3 my work.
If you are an run down ten wcminly

trouble, doot ghre cp la dszpsli. Try
Cardui, the woman's toclc It has helped
more than a million women, la in 10
years of continuous succcis, and shrdi
surely help you, too. Your drugjSst fas
sold Cardui for years. He knows whst
it will i do.' 'Ask him. He wf3 recces
menf.iL Begin taking CarfrJ todiy.
"Write Ui Outtaaaoca MttfkfcM Col. tW
Advisory Dt-. Chcaanaofa. Trna.. far '-veiaJ

JnMtructioru m yovr mm as 4 M-pxa book. otd

TrtMMM far Wt

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the eirv

NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS

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

FACTS FOR SUFFERERS

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

WHEN IN NEED

ED OF
2

PLUMBING

PHONE 235

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
THE PLUMBER

Pain results from injury or con congestion.
gestion. congestion. Be it neuralgia, rheumatism,
lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain,
bruise, sore stiff muscles or whatever

pain you have yields to Sloan's Lini- i
men t--b lines new fresh hlood. X

solves the congestion, relieves the in- j y
jury, the circulation is free and yourjX
pain leaves as if by magic. The nature j
of its Qualities nenetrate immediatelv i 'f

to the sore spot. Don't keep on suf- -Crr&fJ&&Q frv-CC-o--X-:C-fr
fering. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini Lini-ment.
ment. Lini-ment. Use it. It means instant relief, j
Price 25c. and 50c. 1 bottle holds six n w 0
times as much as the 25c size. No. 2. VlClVCr 0 MACHOy
On Saturday and Monday, 13 1 UNDERTAKERS and EL1BALIIERS

i-xjuuu- ui sugar lur x, wim one uoi-

other groceries, for ;

lar's worth of

cash- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf i

PHONES 47, 104, 303
OCALA, FLORIDA