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VOL 2L OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915 NO. 267
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Many Passengers and Crew Landed at Gape
LOST LINER HAD BEEN USED
London, Nov. 10. A Lloyds' dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Bizerta says 300 persons
were drowned with the sinking of the
Ancona. Most of those who lost their
lives were women and children, em em-migrants.
migrants. em-migrants. One hundred and thirty
survivors have thus far reached
Bizerta. Another Lloyds' dispatch
from the same city says there were
some Americans on board the Ancona.
The Stefani news agent of Rome says
a hundred shells were fired into the
steamer before she was torpedoed.
FORTY-ONE AT MALTA
Malta, Nov. 10. Forty-one mem members
bers members of the Ancona's crew and four
passengers have landed here.
IT WAS AN AUSTRIAN SUB
Rome, Nov. 10 Reports of the An Ancona
cona Ancona survivors say the German sub submarine
marine submarine which sank the vessel was fly flying
ing flying the Austrian colors.
ITALIAN PRINCE ABOARD
. Rome, Nov. 10. The Italian liner
Ancona, which was sunk in the Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean sea by a submarine, had
82 first cabin passengers, CO second
cabin and 339 in the steerage. Prince
Cassano Zunica was on board.
270 PASSENGERS LANDED
51 OF THE CREW
William Hartfield, general ; manager
of the line at New York, said the
Ancona's- crew numbered one hundred
and sixty, with 482 passengers, which
makes the total of the ship's company
642. .Two hundred and seventy pas
sengers are reported landed safely at
Biberta, some few suffering from in
juries. Fifty-four members of the
crew are reported landed at Cape
SOME WERE INJURED
Cape Bon Tunis, Nov. 10. Two of
the Ancona's boats with fifty-four of
her crew, landed near here. Some
SAILED FROM NEW YORK
New York, Nov. 10. The Ancona
sailed from New York Oct. 17 for
Naples, carrying 1245 Italian reser
vists and a general cargo. She arriv
ed in Maples on uct. zytn and was
due to sail today for New York. Her
gross tonnage was 80,210, length 452
feet, beam 58 feet.
For several months before Italy en
tered the war the Ancona had been
engaged in carrying Italian reservists
from the United States to Italy. When
she left this port all of her crew were
SUNK AT GIBRALTAR
London, Nov. 10. According
Algeciras-Morocco dispatches, coming
via Madrid, a British cruiser has sunk
two German submarines in the Gi
STILL HOLDS ITS GOLD SEAL
Deputy Hotel Inspector Husband
has just completed his rounds of in inspection
spection inspection of the Ocala hotels, and
again awarded the much coveted
"gold seal" to the Colonial hotel. Tho
early in the season the Colonial is full
to overflowing almost every night, at attesting
testing attesting in stronger terms than even
the gold seal its. popularity with the
A pretty transparent electric sign
now adorns the house, showing the
"gold seal." The sign is the work of
Mr. D. A. Smith and is a very attrac attractive
tive attractive one.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
FOR TRAHSPURTIHG RESERVISTS FROM
iiahtp Mnnr iifliiru
Hfliiio iviunc iviumci
ASKS HOUSE OF COMMONS FOR
ADDITIONAL TWO MILLION
DOLLAR WAR CREDIT
London, Nov. 10. Premier Asquith
will ask the house of commons to
vote a war credit of two billion dol-
ars. This would make the total
amount voted for "war purposes this
year six and a half billion. The total
for the war to date is eight billion
three hundred and ten million.
To the Members of the Boys Corn
.' Club :
The express company will bring
your exhibit to the fair free, if you
will send it to me in care of the sec
retary of the fair association. I hope
every one of you will get your corn
to the fair by the 22nd of November,
Very truly yours
S. J. McCully,
i - i
Berlin, Nov. 9, 1915. :r
THE AUCTION SALE
"We were told before our auction
sale started that the Ocala people
would not attend auction sales," said
the proprietor of the Ocala Pawn
Shop to a Star reporter today, "but
the crowds that found their, way to
this place all day Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday up to a late hour does not indi indicate
cate indicate that this is true."
The stock offered was all in first
class shape, and though there was not
much rivalry everybody enjoyed be being
ing being there whether they bought or not,
a there was always something doing,
and "repeaters" were not in evidence.
Mr. Herzenberg is a splendid auc
tioneer and keeps his hearers in a
jolly mood all the while. :i He says the
reason he can always wear a smile
while at work is that he knows the
stock to be a good clean one and he is
not required to strain his conscience
when he tells of the merits of it.
BRICK ROADS ARE BEST
Key West Morning Journal: Many
of the counties of the state are, after
many experiments, .finding out what
business men have known for years,
that the best is the cheapest, and are
commencing to lay brick roads. It is
found that the upkeep of hard surfac surfaced
ed surfaced roads is so expensive that it is al-
I most prohibitive. While the first cost.
of a brick thoroughfare is somewhat
higher to start wfth, the upkeep costs
practically nothing and lasts indefin
itely. 7 ...
MANY WENT TO GAINESVILLE
A great many of our citizens went
to Gainesville today, some on the
early train and some on the 1 o'clock
train, while a number of both private
and public cars went" thru the coun country.
try. country. The reports of those who re
turned in the afternoon was that the
Alachua county fair is a big success
and the first day's attendance was
BEWARE CHEAP SUBSTITUTES
In these days of keen competition
it is important that the public should
see that they get Chamberlain's
couch remedy and not take substi
tutes sold for the sake of extra profit.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty years. Obtainable
WHICH WILL MEET AT GAINES GAINESVILLE
VILLE GAINESVILLE DURING THE SECOND
WEEK IN DECEMBER
One of the most important. meet meetings
ings meetings to take place during the pres present
ent present winter is that of the Central
Florida Highway Association, which
will convene at Gainesville on the 9th
day of December. The association is
composed of more than two thousand
active members who are uniting their
wonderful energies toward, the crea creation
tion creation of a sentiment which will stop at
nothing short of a system of good
roads in this section, the first of
which is to be the Dixie Highway.
Every booster for good roads in the
section knows as the west coast, the
central, the middle and the western
part of the state are directly interest interested
ed interested in matters that will be discussed at
this meeting,- and should now begin
making preparations to be there.
Besides the good roads matters,
word comes from Gainesville that
preparations are already under way
for handsomely .entertaining the good
roads; delegates and any friends whoj
may go along with them, and that
town always does the handsome thing
in this line.
One of the interesting features of
the entertainment will "be a visit to
the University of Florida, affording
for those who do not already know an
opportunity to see just what the state
has provided in the way of educa
tional facilities to train her boys for
the professions and for agricultural
pursuits. This alone is worth a trip
JOHNNY J. JONES
The above popular shows are billed
to appear at the Marion County Fair
this year. The Johnny J. Jones
Shows this season are the same high
class attractions that have won the
management praise and a lasting
reputation, for a more respectable
and more substantial enterprise would
be hard to find on the road today. Re Respectability
spectability Respectability has always been a big
factor with Mr. Jones and his people,
as well, as his shows give evidence of
the fact. Unusual ability and mod modern
ern modern equipment have also figured to a
great extent in the success of the
shows. Traveling in their own solid
steel train, which is pronounced by
the high railroad officials to be the
finest train of solid steel cars on the
road today, all go to prove the latter.
Advance men of the show are not
allowed, nor do they need to make
false statements, as the attractions
are all the public could expect or de
Columns after columns of press no
tices from the cities in which they
have exhibited give them unstinted
praise for attractions, and the man
ner in which they conduct their busi
ness. It is safe to say that they will
be given a welcome return and a big
attendance. The show will be open
every day and evening throughout
fair week. For years these shows
have been the "whole show" at the
Marion e County Fair, and this year
they are better than ever before.
All members of the Fraterna
Union are requested to be present ai
the regular meeting Thursday night.
November 11th. Considerable busi
ness to attend to. Oyster supper after
the meeting. C. K. Sage, Sec'y.
Fresh Nunnaiiys candies ty express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
HCillT MAY PROVE
Washington, D. C, Nov. 10. The
American steamer Zealandia was for forcibly
cibly forcibly searched by a party from a
British cruiser at Progresso, Mexico,
the United States consul at that port
reported today. On the face of the
report, the official conclusion here is
that the British naval authorities not
only violated Mexican neutrality but
far exceeded their rights in forcibly
searching an American ship in a neu neutral
tral neutral port. The incident will probably
constitute a serious issue in the con controversy
troversy controversy over British treatment of
American shipping. The Zealandia is
reported to be loaded with rosin
which the British fear may reach the
BRITISH TORPEDO BOAT
M Associated Press)
Lortdon, Nov. 10. The British tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat destroyer Louis is reported
to have been wrecked in the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean sea. No lives were lost.
Billie Partridge, an old-time typo
and newspaper man, has quit the
newspaper business and" gone to till tilling
ing tilling the soil.
Mr. Partridge is well known thru thru-out
out thru-out Florida as a newspaper man and
printer, having worked all over Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in fact Billy has traveled exten extensively,
sively, extensively, having worked in all the prin principal
cipal principal cities of the United .States and
has traveled all over the world, hav having
ing having practically been around the world
Billy says the "cases" no more for
his. Says he sees a bright future
both in health and wealth in Florida
soil, and, knows of no better place in
the. world than Ocala for market, soil
Mr. Partridge has secured the Dr.
J. R. Blackiston place near Evergreen
cemetery, where he can be found daily
working in his garden. Although
having only fairly started, he has now
cabbage, collard, lettuce, pepper and
egg plants, ready for all those that
may want them, as well as sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes for sale. In winter salads he
has lettuce, mustard, salsify, spinach,
leek, kale, Brusels sprouts, etc., and
has radishes and green onions ready
for the market.
In addition to the vegetables he
has a strawberry bed; in fact, expects
to have something for every day in
Mr. Partridge says he sees a great
uture for the Florida gardner and
armer, as this country is facing an
agricultural crisis. We are confront-
ed by an era of extraordinary high
prices for foodstuffs. The population'
of the country is growing by leaps ;
and bounds; the demands of other na
tions for our products are becoming
more and more insistent. Here is a
cause worthy, of our mightiest effort.
No greater, no more important, no
more iar-reacmng worK lies oeiore
the gardeners and farmers of Florida
today than the upbuilding of our ag agriculture.
riculture. agriculture. It means the life of the
tate the nation.
Let Florida with her twelve-month
season, and other iavoraoie conai-
tions, over the north, lifts the standard
for agricultural progress; let us lead
the way in safeguarding our national
A fertile soil means a prosperous
people. Two things are required to
make a great nation a fertile sou
and an energetic people. There was
a time when land was cheap, when the
population was small, when there was
no market. This has all changed.
Florida's future depends on her ag
ricultural possibilities. There never
was a better time for the South to
show itself than now. Reduce the
"high cost of living," better your own
condition and help develop the state
Mr. Partridge has a fine fall gar garden
den garden started, but he says just wait till
spring and he will demonstrate what
can be done on an acre of land in
A trip through Billy's garden will
be of interest to anyone.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
SERIOUS ISSUE III GOIITRO-
II A FIRE
LOSS TO BETHLEHEM STEEL
WORKS SAID TO BE A MIL MILLION
LION MILLION DOLLARS
South Bethlehem, Pa., Nov. 10.
Fire destroyed machine shop No. 4 of
the Bethlehem Steel Co. today. The
damage is estimated at a million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. Eight hundred guns, some for
the United States, were under con construction.
struction. construction. C. M. LIVINGSTON WILL RUN
To C. M. Livingston, Esq.:
We the undersigned voters of the
city of Ocala, hereby petition you to
become a candidate for councilman-
at-large of the city of Ocala, in the
coming election to be held in said city
on Tuesday, the 14th day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. D. 1915.
S. M. Lummus, G. T. Maughs, E.
B. Green, J. E. Brigance, W. A.
Wilds, W. A. Moorhead, R. P. White Whitehead,
head, Whitehead, C. O Harris; M. Asa Belcher,
Geo. W. Davis, C. G." Moxley, 7. ": H.
Brinson, G. F. Williams, J. F. Hall,
E. P. Martin, James B." Carlisle, J. F.
Pelot, W. D. Caldwell, J. T. Lancas
ter, B. N. Dosh, J. M. Goddard, P, J.
Theus, J. S. Engesser, J. M. Guynn,
W. F.;McAteer, E. C. Atith6riyC: L.'
West, W. V. Wheeler;: 'SE'tfatheWs1,1
D. C. Stiles); F4: Gi B. "tyveihe; Sid R?
Whaley, B. Rheinauer, J. C. Smith,
H. A. 'Kramer, F. E. Vogt, O. C. Tig Tig-ner,
ner, Tig-ner, S.! P. Anthony, E. C. Greenwood,
John M. Martin, T. J. Wright,' Chas.
E. French, F. S. McAteer, E. E.
Dobbs, E. W. Kraybili; A. D.-Smith;
R. A. Sandifer, W. H. Thomas, J. W.
Johnson, T. L. Grantham, J. G. Felts,
W. C. Moore, R. L. Adams, M. F.
Dodson, H. E. Leavengood, Geo. J.
Blitch, Baxter Carn, H. F. Altman,
P. D. O'Dell, L. E. Warper, H. Ray-
sor, w. u. jviarsnan, j. Ki. uaus, a.
Slott, J. H. Livingston, W. R. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, J. R. Fort, J. Malever, M. M.
Little, C. L. Moore, J. J. Tipton, W.
H. Skyle, G. W. Cleveland, J. A.
Tucker, S. N. Igou, E. C. Jordan, E.
L. Vaughn, J. S. Burk, Geo. C. Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, J. H. Dunn, W. W. Martin, J. B.
Horrell, t,. F. Blalock, Jno. M. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, N. L. Williams, R. W: Flinn, S.
S. Savage Jr., H. E. Jarvis, M. Sam Samson,
son, Samson, H. P. Bitting, L. Dozier, Thomas
Praetor, M. L. Reynolds, J. G. Parish,
P. H. Perkins, J. M. McDonald, E. W.
Clement, J.' P. Galloway, L. A. Snow,
E. T. Spencer, W. E. Smith, G. H.
Pacettee, J. P. Phillips, A. A. Van Van-denbrock,
denbrock, Van-denbrock, H. A. Fausett, H. C. Jones,
J. D. Small, C. Flippen, J. R. Moor Moorhead,
head, Moorhead, W. E. Gray, H. ,D. Stokes, J. E.
Frampton, B. Goldman, W. D. Cam,
Joseph Shuford, C. Peyser, J. J.
Whiteside, C. R. Tydings, J. T. Cohn,
J. W..Akin, S. E. Christian, Fred J.
Burden, W. Hi Dodson, F. B. Turner,
G. R. Smith, G. D. Washburn, Harry
O. Cole, G. A. Hunter, Glover W. Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. F. B. Gates. J. D. McCaskilL L.
W. Harley, Jerry Burnett, C. A. Scan
drett, L. G. Bailey, Eddie Rentz, G.
W. Martin Jr., J. L. Smoak, T. A.
Pullen, W. W. Wood, C. A. Fort, W.
H. Fuller, E. R. Colby, C. (Ed.) Car Car-michael,
michael, Car-michael, T. D. Lancaster, J. R. White,
J. Mulligan, E. J. Collier, J. W. Hall,
C. B. Ayer, R. D. Fuller, Jesse G.
Smoak, T. B. Barnes, John D. Cilton,
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP
It maybe a surprise to you to
learn that in many cases croup can be
prevented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida,
Ohio, relates her experience as fol
lows: "My little boy is subject to
croup. During the past winter I kept
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house, and when he be
gan having that croupy cough
would give him one or two doses of
it and it would break the attack.
life it better for children than any
other cough medicine because chil
dren take it willingly, and it is safe
and reliable." Obtainable every
Teutonic Allies Moving Rapidly
BULGARIANS MEETING CONTINUED REPULSES Oil EIGHTH
London, Nov. 10. From the Allies'
viewpoint the Serbian situation is
growing steadily worse. In the north
the prospect is slightly more encour encouraging.
aging. encouraging. In the south, the Serbians re retain
tain retain only a small section of the rail railway
way railway through Nish. The Bulgarians
hold possession of the railway as far
as Veles, threatening the remainder
by their advance to Morava and the
continued southward drive of the
Germans. South of Veles, near Kriv Kriv-elak,
elak, Kriv-elak, the situation is more favorable
to the Allies.
BULGARIANS WERE REPULSED
The Bulgarians are still attacking
near Saloniki. Late dispatches-report
they have been driven back four
times with heavy losses. Allied troops
figured conspicuously in the Bulgar Bulgarian
ian Bulgarian repulses. With reinforcements
arriving an allied offensive is expect expected
ed expected soon.
ALLIES MAKE THE LOAN
A loan by the Allies to Greece was
announced, today. It is expected that
this action of the Allies will cement
the friendship of Greece and do much
to quicken the country's benevolent
intentions. The general opinion is
that the. Gjreeloekments are trying to
ayoidqapblitical- '-coritesti ::and the
behamberljf deputies probably won't
iiebdissolvtd. ; j' j I X
POSITIONS OF SERBIANS
London, Nov. 10. Every day and
every hour adds to the peril of the
Serbian armies who are fighting des
perately tb hold back Austro-Germans
from the north, and the Bulgarians
from the east, until the assistance
their allies are sending them reaches
them. In the meantime Berlin news
naners are emoted as saying that
300,000 'allied troops have been land
ed at Saloniki.
The Austro-Germans advancing
southward are progressing except in
the west where Montenegrins are de
laying the Austrians. The invading
forces are now reaching the mountain
regions of Serbia where the Serbians
are taking advantage of every hill
and gully, but the invaders have
plenty of mountain guns and expect to
shell the Serbians out.
In the south the overgrowing
strength of the French is telling on
the Bulgarians. The energetic French
offensive has kept the railroads clear
as far as Veles and has barred the
Bulgarians' route to Monistir. It will
be sometime before the Germans can
sufficiently repair the northern end of
the railroad, but they have been able
to send supplies to the Bulgarians
and Turks via the Danube to Nike-
polis, where they can go by rail to
Sofia and Constantinople.
BRITISH LOSE THREE BOATS
(Associated Press j
London, Nov. 10. The British
steamers Calif ornian. Moorma and
MacAllister have been sunk.
No. 71 Leave x alatka, 7:30 a. m.,
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:05 p. m.;
arrive Palatka, 5:25 p. to.
A complete line of Alpine Flax sta
tionerv at cost. The Court Phar
Our sheet music stoclc is up-to-date,
8 2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.
VEGETABLES, 3I1LK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and dav. 'Merchants Cafe. tf
Advertise in the Star.
IE HOUSE A
IN FINE WORKING ORDER WITH
THIRTY PEOPLE BUSILY
The packing house of the Ocala
Citrus Association is a busy place,
but not as busy as it will be a few
weeks later, when the packing and
shipping season will be in full blast.
A Star reporter went through the big
house this morning. The machinery
is running smooth as clock work and
there are thirty people busy handling
the fruit in its various stages from
the removing of the packing boxes
as they come in in freight cars from
the groves, to the placing of the
packed boxes in other outgoing cars.
The plant can pack three carloads of
fruit a day easily, and in rush time,
working a little earlier and later, four
carloads per day can be handled.
When the house is running on full
capacity fifty hands will be employed.
p lve, carloads of fruit has been
packed and shipped up to tonight, in
the first two days of work. The fruit
is coming in so far from the Camps'
grove at Istachatta," the Center Hill
Exchange and the Central Fruit com company.
pany. company. The fruit is fairly sweet and
is coloring up nicely.
No house in the tate has better
loading ; and unloading facilities. The
A. C. L. sidetrack. is right along the
f ront platform of .the house, the S. A.
L. track along the rear platform and
both the O. & S. W. and Oklawaha
Valley cars have access to the tracks.
The railroads lost no time in get getting
ting getting in the sidings, although the one
on the front required quite a lot of
excavating and that on the rear a
300-yard fill over six feet high at
the rear of the house.
It is an interesting process, this
of oranges. The fruit comes to the
house in all of the different sizes and
goes through the washing machine in
that condition, and is finally delivered
to the hands of the packers, in one or
the other of the eleven different siz
ing bins. The extreme sizes, great
and small, are. comparatively few.
The smallest find a ready market, es
pecially later in the season, at a lower
price, and the extremely large ones
are salable, but not in great demand.
The oranges travel several hundred
feet from the time they are poured
onto the platform, ready to go into
the washing machine, to the time
they come but washed and dried, in
the bin at the hands of the man who
will wrap and pack them in boxes. All
the fruit is washed, whether it needs
it or not, as the process is not harm harmful
ful harmful and the fruit can be handled this
way easier than to sort the fruit, and
with some fruit, like some people, a
little washing does not hurt.
Managers Sandlin of the local ex
change and Barnes of the packing
house are well pleased over the great
success of-4he packing house. The
less optimistic members thought they
would do well to handle 25,000 boxes
the first year, but from present indi indications
cations indications the exchange will handle
twice that amount.
The Ocala packing house will pay
from the very jump.
Ocala is proud of it3 packing house
and every man who had or has a part
in its building and operation is justly
proud of it.
TIRES AND TUBES VULCANIZED
Do not wait; bring your tires and
tubes to me NOW and have them
properly vulcanized as soon as the
need appears. We do the work right
and GUARANTEE results. Davies,
the Tire Man. 4-tf
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UCALA EVENING STAB WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
tt. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter
One year, in advance ..$5.00
Six months, in advance ...... 2.50
Three months, in advance. .'. 1.25
One month, in advance .50
One year, in advance........ $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance. ...... .80
. Peace Advocate Bryan will have
the assistance of the pork-barrel
bunch m his efforts to block the presi president's
dent's president's program for preparedness.
The Tampa Tribune rather more
than .insinuates that the Davis law is
not being observed in its city. Its a
law with many opportunities for violation.
The Panama Pacific Exposition,
which was predicted to be a financial
failure, is up to date $1,500,000 to the
good. They know how to do big
things in California.
to do as parts of it3 plan of national
preparedness, and finishes by saying:
"These are but the foundation
stones of the system proposed by the
president but without them, the struc
ture to be erected above will be worth worthless.
less. worthless. Unless Congress give us a
properly balanced system it had bet
ter refuse to empty the national
The Star thinks the T.-U. is right.
Unless the country adopts a sensible
and consistent plan and carries it out
effectually, it will spend money for
the benefit of grafters and be no bet better
ter better prepared ten years from today
than it is now.
That proposition of the Tampa Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, that Florida have a centennial
exposition in 1919 is a mighty good
one. And what better place to hold
such an exposition than somewhere
on the shores of Tampa bay?
The Atlantic Deeper Waterways
Association, a most important body,
13 in sefesion in Savannah, and receiv receiving
ing receiving the sure-enough Southernhospi Southernhospi-tality
tality Southernhospi-tality of that beautiful and historic
The "spy stories," which are the
favorite form of fiction nowadays,
will cause suffering and even death to
many honest and peaceful Germarf Germarf-Americans
Americans Germarf-Americans if this country and Ger Germany
many Germany ever become involved in war.
We do not see any sense or justice
or even technical law in the bill be
fore the Georgia legislature, to pro
hibit the sale in the state of any
newspaper or other periodical con
taining a liquor advertisement. Un Unless
less Unless the government allows the state
to interfere with the mails, which of
course it will not do, it will be utter
ly impossible to keep publications
containing liquor advertisements out
of Georgia, and the principal result
of such a law would be to annoy home
people, many of them probably oppos
ed to the liquor traffic.
The Times-Union interposes as an
objection to the president's plan of
preparedness that it will be made at
the expense of the national guard,
and wants to know why that organi
zation can't be built up instead of
organizing the proposed continental
army. The country has been tinker tinkering
ing tinkering with the national guard fifty
years, and all it could produce, if the
country went to war tomorrow, would
be perhaps a hundred thousand very
amateur soldiers. No organization
principally controlled by the states
can cut much figure in modern war.
The Times-Union gives a long list
of the things the United States "needs
CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION IN
1919 FOR OUR STATE
BY THE GOVERNOR
IN GOOD ORDER
There's dompsfw tripnr in
jV Lr4 "Puritywno'esomene
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to, your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
Dnes. "" -
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
Jome early before the rush begins.
OVER O.1 K.
Before the stork
arrives there is much
lo.talk about The
comfort of the expec expectant
tant expectant mother is the
chief topic. And there
is sure to be someone
who has n3ed or knows
' cf that splendid ex external
ternal external help, "Mother's
Friend. It 1.3 applied to the abdominal mus muscles,
cles, muscles, gently rubbed, in and has a most pro pronounced
nounced pronounced effect as a .lubricant. It soothes the
network of nerves, enables the muscles to
expand naturally, relieves strain on the lisnr
merits and thus sets at easa any undue strain
on the organs involved. And it does thi3 with
perfect safety. Expectant mothers- thus go
through the ordeal with comparative ease and
comfort. Know-In mothers who have used
'Mother's Friend speak in glowing terms of
the absence of morning sickness, absence of
strain on the ligaments and a freedom from
many other distresses.
You can get "Mothcr'3 Friend at any drag
store or they will gladly get it for you. Write
today to Pradfleld Regulator Co., 401 Lamar
Eld?., Atlanta, G3 for a highly instructive
book of great value to all expectant mothers.
It contains a valuable expectancy chart, rulee
on diet and is brimful of suggestions that all
women will appreciate.
The Marion County Fair grounds
are in excellent ojrder, and people
could begin putting their exhibits in
tomorrow if they wanted to.
Weeds and grass have been cut,
raked up and burned over the entire
grounds. The buildings, a heritage of
good work and care of former years,
are in good shape. The race track is
being worked' on and becomes better
The street committee has half-
soled Exposition street, and it is bet better
ter better than new. Last year, for the first
time since the fair was established,
it was a fairly decent street; this
year, it will be better than last.
Arrangements for amusements and
refreshments will be better this, year
than ever, and it rests with the peo
ple as. to whether they will' come up
with the exhibits and come out with
the attendance. There is reason to
believe they will do. both.
Nobody need be surprised at Kitch Kitchener's
ener's Kitchener's mission to Egypt and India. He
is far better qualified to serve the
British empire in the east than in
Western Europe. Too much has been
expected of Kitchener. In 1897, after
over a year of preparation, with the
resources of the empire to draw on,
he defeated the dervishes at Omdur Omdur-man,
man, Omdur-man, avenged Gordon and recaptured
Khartoum. A few years" later, he was
sent to crush the Boers in South
Africa, and after a year or more suc succeeded.
ceeded. succeeded. When Great Britain declared
war on Germany, Kitchener was prob probably
ably probably the most capable Briton to put
in command.. But great as his work
had been in the Soudan "and in the
Transvaal, it was a small one com compared
pared compared with what he had to do to cope
with the Germans. Probably Germany
had fifty gene'rals better qualified for
the task than Kitchener. Then, again,
any German officer might have failed
had he been met with the difficulties
Kitchener had to meet. If there is
trouble in Egypt or India, Kitchener
is well qualified to deal with it, and it
is very likely that by this time there
are many younger men in England
better able to deal with the European
end of the war than Kitchener, who is
old and "sot" in his ways, and whose
feats in' Africa were only bush bushwhacking
whacking bushwhacking expeditions compared with
the gigantic operations of the present
February 22, 1919, wil be the one
hundredth anniversary of the cession
of Florida to the United States by
In that year Florida ought to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the centenary of its acquisition
by the United States in some unusual
and impressive way.
Why not in 1919, a Florida Exposi Exposition?
tion? Exposition? Not a county fair or a sectional fair
or a state fair, as we understand these
terms, but a real exposition, national
in its scope, which will prove to be
the biggest and the best thing that
Florida ever attempted.
Can we do it?
Look at Florida's progress in the
past few years. In five years, accord
ing to the state census recently com
pleted, thi3 state increased in popula
tion more than thirty per cent. Inj
wealth and production it has increased
at a much greater rate.
What will Florida accomplish in the
next three years?
What will Florida be with three
years of development and progress
added to its present wealth and popu population
lation population and productivity and power ?
We would have three full years to
prepare for such an exposition, and
in those three years Florida will be
growing as never before, with mil millions
lions millions of new capital flowing into its
borders and with its industrial im
portance increasing at an unprecedent
In 1919 Florida could build up and
produce an exposition that would com command
mand command the attention of the world.
The historical significance of the
exposition would bring to it federal
aid and participation The govern
ment has liberally assisted all simi
lar projects. As Philadelphia cele
bra ted one hundred years of indepen
dence, Chicago the discovery of Amer
ica, Buffalo the commercial union of
air the Americas and San Francisco
the building of the Panama canal, so
Florida would celebrate the centenary
of its transition from monarchy to
republic, of its coming under the
broad folds of the Stars and Stripes.
Into such an exposition would come
not only the states of the south, and
perhaps of all the Union, joining with
us in our celebration of our American
ization, but the rich countries to the
south of us the West Indies, Central
America, Mexico, South America, sig
if ying a closer commercial kinship
and bidding for the favorable atten
tion of the great republic.
. Tampa, naturally, would be the
place for staging this exposition, be
cause Tampa is the center of the
state's most productive section and
more conveniently located with refer
ence to the neighboring lands which
would be asked to participate.
By 1919 Tampa will be a city
more tnan luu.uuu population, and
amply capable of accommodating s
show of the magnitude contemplated
Who doubts that Florida will be
able in the next three years to "make
good" on such a proposition? Who
ever doubts it doubts Florida's future
and its assured progress and prosper
The Tribune can name offhand one
hundred men in Florida who, organ
ized and determined, .could make this
project a success.
Isn't it worth thinking about? Isn'i
it an opportunity for Florida to
something big, something national national-arid
arid national-arid with an abundance of time to pre
pare for it?
Let the agitation be started noWj
in order that the movement may take
definite shape early in the new year,
The Florida Exposition 1919!
The Bulgarian commander urges his
soldiers on to battle in the name of
"Alexander, the great Bulgarian."
And if the doughty old Greek is now
regarding the Balkan combat from the
Elysian Fields, we can fancy him
murmuring in a puzzled way: "Now
when was I a Bulgarian? "Jackson "Jacksonville
ville "Jacksonville Metropolis.
Alexander was a Macedonian rather
than what we, of today, would call a
Greek, and the territory ruled over by
his father Philip roughly corresponds
to the Bulgaria of today. It should
be remembered that the ancient Greek
had little feeling of nationality as
such at that time, but that to be a
Greek was to share in a common race,
a common language and a common
culture. Clearwater Sun.
The Sun should ask some school
boy to straighten it out. Ethnically",
the Macedonians were x the "same
race as the Greeks, while the Bulga Bulgarians
rians Bulgarians are an Asiatic people, who did
not make their appearance in Europe
until hundreds of years after Alexan Alexander
der Alexander was dead. Geographically, Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria is on one side of the Balkan
peninsula, and Macedonia on the
other, and while the Macedonian em empire
pire empire of Alexander included Thrace and
other territory that now belongs to
Bulgaria, the armies of Alexander
never crossed the Balkans into Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria proper.
Fresh seeds of
Oc&la Seed Store.
Magnolia meat market, pnone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor Florida
ida Florida House, fresh oysters, fish and
Pabst Blue" Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Whereas, It is eminently fitting and
proper that a day should be set apart
for the public generally to render to
the Great Giver of all good reveren reverential
tial reverential expressions of gratitude and
thanksgiving for his merciful care
and bountiful blessings; and,
Whereas, Time honored custom has
fixed for such day a date in the har harvest
vest harvest season, a season expressive of a
benign providence; and.
Whereas, The people of this great
commonwealth, our beloved state of
Florida, as well as throughout the
entire nation, have the most profound
reasons for being deeply grateful for
the blessings which surround them
and the hallowed Christian influences
under which they. are enjoying the
blessings of liberty, peace, prosperity,
health and happiness; and,
WThereas, Our people have especial
cause for gratitude to Him, who rules
over the destinies of nations, that we!
have been free from entangling con conflicts
flicts conflicts and have not been drawn into
the consuming vortex of war; and,
WTiereas, The people of Florida
nave unusual cause ior rendering
thanks for the rich gifts of nature
and the 'wonderful opportunities
abounding in our commonwealth;
Therefore, I, Park Trammell, gov
ernor of the state of Florida, by vir
tue of the authority vested in me by
aw, do hereby proclaim Thursday,
November 25th, 1915, Thanksgiving
Day, and suggest that the day be ap
propriately observed throughout Flor
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and caused the
great seal of the state of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahassee, the capital,
this the 8th day of November, A. D.
1915. Park Trammell, Governor.
By the Governor, Attest:
H. Clay Crawford, Sec'y. of State.
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
employing all registered pharma
FLORIDA MOTHERS KEEI
Sanford, Fla. "If my testimony as a
mother, in resnect to the eood that 'Favor
ite JrTescnption aid
wul induce other
mothers to take the
same care and pre precaution
caution precaution in regard to
their cirls' health. I
will feel that my
experience has been
ter suffered from
Kiirmression. and at
intervals was in the greatest of pain, with
iizzy spells and flashes beiore ner eyes
rmKiderinff the eraveness of mv dausdi-
OT'a raw T fvrti5rilir hlipv tTint, nil vniintr
-vomen with' female difficulties will be re-
U2V2d by using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Pre-rcrintion.
rcrintion. Pre-rcrintion. takins it aceordine to directions.
It certainly was all that. my daughter
seeded for her restoration." Mrs. JXT.
Allen, 619 Laurel Ave., Sanford, Fla.
If vou are a sufferer, if vour daughter,
mother, aster need he!;', et Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription ;.i liquid or tablet
form from any mc:
Then address Dcc:.
Hotel. Buffalo. N i
medical advice entirely free, or a book on
woman's diseases sent free.
nd get confidential
The home economics committee o:
tne ucaia Woman's Ulub will give
five dollars in gold to the person ex
hibiting at the Marion County Fair
the best home-manufactured labor
saving device for use in the home,
Such articles as tireless cookers,, ice
less refrigerators, egg testers, etc.
have been put together by home in
genuity.. and there are doubtless
others in the homes throughout the
county. Bring them in to the fair
and some one will get a five dollar
The only condition is that there
shall be at least three competitors.
Our object is to do away with the old
"Man works from sun to sun
But woman's work is never done."
For further information write to
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Chairman,
11-9-tf Ocala, Florida.
Doctor Pierce's Pellets are unequaled
as a Liver PJ1. smallest, easiest to take.
One tinv, Suaar-coated Pellet a Dose.
Cure Sick Headache, 'Bilious Headache.
Dizziness. Constipation.-Indigestion, Bil
ious Attacks, and all derangements of the
Liver, Stoxnach and bowels.
The most valuable f: for both men
and women is Dor? ?- --co's Common
Sense Medical Advisor i nlcndid 1008
page volume, with en gravis 3 and colored
plates. A copy will be sent to anyone
sending inree dimes or inuxy ten uv in
stamps, to pay the cost of wrapping and
nailing orJv, to Doctor Pierce, Invalids'
'. Bcftftto. N.Y.
I am now thoroughly prepared "to
repair all kinds of surgical rubber
goods for physicians and nurses, as
well as rubber toilet and surgical ar articles
ticles articles in the home. Davies the
Tire Man. 4-tf
This is a metlicine intended espe especially
cially especially for stomach troubles, bilious biliousness
ness biliousness and constipation. It is meeting
with much success and rapidly gain gaining
ing gaining in favor and popularity. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adx.
Send us your prescriptions. We
give you prompt and efficient service.
The Court Pharmacy. 4-6t
Try one cf those fronted" pints of
Pr.Lst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Launches, Skiffs, 4
Dories, Built to
ik Years of
Making- bood m
The Florida Citrus Exchange is entering upon the seventh year of
a very useful existence. : ;
No co operative organization could hold together for six years unless
it had made good for its members.
Despite mistakes and vicissitudes, notwithstanding handicaps and
obstacles, the Exchange has steadily increased its membership and
wonderfully grown in strength. ;
It has taught the growers the power of co-operation and shown them
that by selling their own fruit-they can make more money as well as
control their own packing houses and marketing equipment.
It has shown conclusively that there is not nearly enough citrus fruit
grown in Florida to glut the markets if properly distributed, and has
secured good prices whenever in control of anything like one-half or
more of the production of the State.
It has investigated thoroughly the latent possibilities for the con consumption
sumption consumption of Florida fruits and has found that beyond question there
may be developed, by proper advertising a demand for these that will
take care of the production of every acre of citrus land in the State,
and is proceeding to do such advertising.
It has won the admiration and respect of its foes, it has gained the
love and loyalty of its "friends; it has established itself as a vital, pro progressive,
gressive, progressive, aggressive factor in the business life of Florida. The o wner wnership
ship wnership and management of this great organization is absolutely in. the
hands of its members. If you have not joined, why not carefully look
into what the Florida Citrus Exchange offers you in its seventh year.
See the manager of the local association, if there is one in your com community;
munity; community; otherwise communicate with this office.
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Florida
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a.m. x
No. 38, St Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to "Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
' No.. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m. j
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunn y y-jim),
jim), y-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
Macptollsi Meat MaMsefri
PHONE 167 f
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
. 340 North Magnolia Street
No. 10 S. SECOND ST.
Established Three Years.
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: C BEST FRESH AND SALT WATER FISn &
. Florida and Western Meats
Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
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BOILERS AND TANKS
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IP- OAK, CYPRESS
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I FIRE ESCAPES
L Competent Force of Work- tj
r men for Road Work at
w All Times. O
Dr. D. M. Boney
- f -v,
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in ned of my
services the' benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
OCALA - FLORIDA
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala,; Fla.
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repai ed or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. rAll work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
I We ship the famous CRYSTAL RIVER OYSTERS :
I in Seal Plug Carriers, which insures them reaching I
I you in a sanitary condition. W e also furnish SALT
I WATER FISH in any quantity. The most careful :
I attention is given small as well as large orders, t
Write us for further information. . j
j CRYSTAL FISH AND OYSTER CO. j
I Crystal River, Florida. 2
White Star Line Transfer Co,
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes
; the Best
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
Broadway and 14th Street.
MEW 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
CHURCHILL &. COMPANY
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
There are thousands of paths for
. thousands of feet,
There are numberless ways to
There's the deep, wood lane with its
musk breeze sweet,
Or the road by the river bed,
Or the mountain lane with its fern
Along which one lingers to roam,
But the one which is dearer than all
Is the road that points towards home.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Osborn'will
motor to Gainesville tomorrow to at attend
tend attend the Alachua County Fair.
m m m
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax of Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore have deferred their arrival in
the city until next week.
Mr. G. W. Martin after a several
days' visit home, has gone to South
lorida on a business trip.
Miss Stella Ormiston of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg is in the city, visiting friends
and attending to business affairs.
m n m
Miss Jefferson Bell left this morn morning
ing morning for a visit to Palatka and Jack Jacksonville.
At the annual-meeting of the min ministerial
isterial ministerial alliance in Jacksonville Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Dr. W. II. Dodge was elected
The regular weekly meeting of the
art class of the Woman's Club was
held this afternoon at the club house,
Today Jhl TEne
Don Caesar DeBazan Kalem. Adopted from the drama.
Remarkable scenes of actual fighting.
Phillies and Red Sox eompete for baseball championship.
Mrs. Gait photographed with the president.
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN, CENTS
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
H. MARSH'S MARKET
Ksxt.to O. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
CLEANSE THE BLOOD BEFORE MTER
Free yourself from the menace
wet sets in. Sufferers from Catarrh, Rheumatism, and
Eczema are worse in winter. Take S. S. S. now.
Advice of this character has been
given by our trained specialists year
after year as summer began to wane
and the coming of Fall heralded the
time when storms and cold are
near. We repeat this warning
here. Sufferers from Catarrh will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly find the symptoms much
aggravated as- Winter approaches.
With the first chill blasts the Rheu Rheumatism
matism Rheumatism lets itself be felt. There are
forms of winter Eczema-7-one in par particular
ticular particular called Tetter that causes
real suffering when cold weather
comes. The mere aches and minor
pains of Rheumatism not only change
in winter, but the changes are apt to
.be so decided In their violence as to
cause, the most intense suffering. Hor Horrible
rible Horrible aching pains in the limbs, in the
back, in the joints, even rheumatic
pains in the head and face sometimes
aupposied to be neuralgia. Catarrh k
back again, more intense thai, last
winter with the continual hawking and
spitting; headaches, dripping of
phlegm in the nose and throat... the
topped air passages and the foetid
odor from the breath. Is it not a
department, call "phone 106)
with Mrs. F. H. Rogers, chairman,
present. Under the leadership of
Mrs. Rogers, the class will do splen splendid
did splendid work this year. To make it con convenient
venient convenient -for more ladies to affiliate
with the class, Mrs. Rogers is consid considering
ering considering the advisability of having a
morning and afternoon meeting every
Graves of Confederate Veterans Be Be-,
, Be-, ing Marked
This morning a committee from
Dickison chapter, U. D. C, composed
of Mrs. Edward Badger, Mrs. E. M.
Howard, Mrs. Robert Blake and Mrs.
Emily Green, with Mr. Arch Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, placed iron markers on the
graves of the Confederate Veterans
buried in Greenwood cemetery.
It has been the unanimous and
earnest desire of the chapter for a
number of years to obtain suitable
markers for the graves and last sum summer
mer summer an order was given for a suffi sufficient
cient sufficient number to mark the grave of
each veteran in Greenwood, Ever Evergreen,
green, Evergreen, and the Jewish cemeteries and
now that the markers have come, the
chapter feels, and rightly too, that it
has accomplished a task dear to the
hearts of all and a most important
one. ; ;r
Mrs. S. E. Waterman, Mrs. John
Bailey, Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Miss
Josie Williams and Mrs. C. Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael compose, a. committee to mark
the graves in the old cemetery and
their duty would have been perform performed
ed performed this morning but on account of ill illness
ness illness in the family,, Mrs. Waterman
Our customers, whose tables
we serve, rest fully assure! that
they axe getting a square deal
We fill phone orders and cnt
meat for children just as ac accurately
curately accurately as though we were
serving our friends in person.
This business is built on hon honest
est honest weight, high quality el
meat and reasonable prices.
of bad health when the cold and
common-sense thing to do to avoid
these troubles, to eradicate them from
the system when it can be so easily
done with a positive remedy such as
S. S. 3.? Remember, first of all, that
the troubles we mention are blood
troubles deep-seated ones. Laugh at
the man who recommends lotions.
salves and local medicines. The trou
ble must be washed out of the blood.
Thousands of people have been perma permanently
nently permanently relieved of blood and skin dis
ease of every kind by the use of
S. S. S., and many of those who, per
haps, at first did not find the results
entirely satisfactory, wrote our physi
cians a full statement of their case,
and a little adAlce hastened the relief.
The only reason for wanting you to
write us is that we may use every ef
fort to see that you get the best re
sult from the medicine. You can then
help us by advising your friends to use
3. S. S., which you will know from ex
perience is all we claim for It. You
can write with the assurance that all
correspondence is held in strictest con
fidence, and that our physicians wili
give you helpful advice without
charge. For sale at all drug stores
Refuse substitutes. Write the Swift
Specific Company, Medical Depart
ment, Room 14, Atlanta, da.
was not able to accompany the com committee,
mittee, committee, so the work will be done as
early as possible.
The president of the chapter de desires
sires desires any person or persons knowing
of graves not marked to notify her as
soon as possible.
Tampa Tourney of Interest, to State
The Ocala Country Club has receiv received
ed received notice from the Tampa Automo Automobile
bile Automobile and Golf Club of a tournament
for the amateur state golf champion championship
ship championship to be held in Tampa December
8th to 11th inclusive. It is very prob probable
able probable that local players will enter the
Mr. L. H. Pillan3 returned today
from an over night visit to his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans at
m m m
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek and Mrs.
fH. F. Watt are Gainesville visitors
today, going up in Dr. Peek's car.
The meeting this week of the young
ladies' auction club will be held with
Miss Eugenia Fuller, who will enter entertain
tain entertain on Saturday afternoon instead
of Friday, the regular club day.
Dr. L. F. Blalock has returned
home from his sad mission to Madi Madison."
son." Madison." .
Mrs. Fred Smith and daughter of
Clearwater, will be visitors to Ocala
during fair week, the guests of Mrs.
L. H. Pillans.
The final report of the 'cycle teas
for the Children's Home in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville will .be made tomorrow by Mrs.
William Hocker, chairman, and Mrs.
Eli A. Osborn, treasurer.
Mn and Mrs. J. B. Willis of Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River, were in town today. Mr.
Sandlin, an old friend of theirs, took
them to the packing house and show
ed them through.
Miss Blair Woodrow will open her
dancing school tomorrow afternoon in
the McClane Hall. She will give les lessons
sons lessons two afternoons a week, the days
to be decided later.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Upham, of St.
etersburg, until recently of Lake
Weir, are attending conventions this
week, the f omer the Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor in Tampa and the latter the
W. C. T. U. convention in Orlando.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and little daugh
ter will leave Long Grove, Ky., Sat
urday for Atlanta, where they will
join Mr. Duval, who is paying a visit
to his father. Mr. Duval and family
will return home the later part of
The Ocala friends of Mrs. R. S.
Clark of Tampa, will learn with re regret
gret regret of her illness. Mrs. Clark re re-rently
rently re-rently underwent an operation from
which she is now convalescing.
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Blalock are in
Valdosta, the guests of-relatives for
few days, going there from Madi
son, where they accompanied the re remains
mains remains of the former's father for in interment
terment interment Monday.
Mr Sherman Hammatt and sister,
Miss Gertrude Hammatt of Jackson
ville, who are giving a series of danc
ing lessons at the Woman's Club
building will return to Ocala Monday
from Jacksonville to give the second
The "Wildcats" have challenged the
basketball team of Gainesville for a
game Friday in that city. The local
team will know by tomorrow if neces
sary arrangements for a game on
that date can be made.
Miss Ava Lee Edwards will be the
hostess with whom the "A" Club will
hold its fortnightly meeting Satur
day. Miss Edwards will entertain the
club in the evening and her guests
win include oesides the eight mem
bers an equal number of boys.
The Camp Fire Girls held their
regular meeting this afternoon, as
sembling at the home "of their guar
dian, Mrs. William Hocker. The prin
cipal work of the meeting was the
decorating of the ceremonial suits,
the girls sewing on the emblems. At
the conclusion of the meeting Mrs.
Hocker served sandwiches and choc
olate, the half -hour social being a de
hghtful feature not enjoyed by the
girls when the meetings are held at
the club house.
The Rosalind Club in Orlando met in
annual business session Monday. Mis3
Margaret R. Hart was re-elected as
president and Miss Ada Bumby was
elected secretary. Miss Hart and
Miss Bumby are delightfully known
in Ocala where they have been charm
ing visitors -"
A lovely party in Gainesville recent
ly was given by Mrs. J. Fletcher Bur
nett, a frequent visitor to Ocala, and
among the guests present were Mrs
K. H. Graham and Mrs. J. W. Mc
Collum, also frequent visitors to the
The Miami Metropolis gave the fol
lowing item which will be of interest
to the Ocala relatives of the hostess
ine co. liud was entertained on
Saturday afternoon in a most pleas
ant way, when Miss Helen Lummus
arranged a meeting at her 4 home
"Salubrity," at Miami Beach. Miss
Helen planned an informal afternoon
at which little or no sewing was done,
the young women devoting the great greater
er greater share of the afternoon to a splash
in. the surf."
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson of
Jacksonville, for several years resi residents
dents residents of Ocala, have many friends in
this section who will learn with inter interest
est interest of the birth of a son to them Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The little fellow has been
named Leslie Foster.
Of interest to the Daughters of the
Confederacy will be the following
from the Gainesville Sun: "The J. J.
Finley chapter and friends of Mrs.
John W. Tench are delighted to wel welcome
come welcome her back from the general con convention
vention convention held in San Francisco, Oct.
20th. She brings again to us the
honor bestowed on Florida in New
Orleans, Savannah and again in San
Francisco in being re-elected to the
office of custodian-general of crosses
of honor. Mrs. Tench had a glorious
trip across the continent."
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means of thanking the
physician, nurse and all who were so
kind and good to us during the illness
and death of our little darling, Roland
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knoblock.
U. D. C. MEETING
The annual, business meeting of
Dickison chapter, U. D. C, will be
held next Friday at 3 p. m. at the
home oi Mrs. Jbj. L. Uarney. The
election of officers for the ensuing
ear will take place. The president
requests a full attendance.
Mrs. A. A. Winer,
And They Called Him "Bonehead.,,
"My namesake. Heine Wagner of the
Boston Red Sox. told me a story, of
how he endured a good roasting for
being a 'bonehead on a really bright
play." said John (Honusi Wagner.
Heine was on second base, and they
had a hit and run play on. He started
for third, but instantly saw a soft liner
going square.into the shortstop's hands.
Unable to get back. Heine stood still
and let the ball hit him.
"The crowd hooted and jeered, and
one Boston paper roasted Wagner and
bailed him as the worst bit of ivory
in the business.'- They didn't realize
that Heine's quick thinking had avert averted
ed averted a double play, lu getting hit he
prevented the catch from being made
and a double play resulting from a
toss to second. As it was, the bitter
was protected and credited with a 'Me
hit. The batter, thanks to Heine.
quick bit of thinking, scored the win
ning run. but for days Heine walked
around facing charges of being a 'bone-
bead.' "-Philadelphia Ledger.
Peel, core and slice the apples. Place
them on- platters, wooden traya or any
other convenient receptacle and place
them in the sunshine. Take them In
at night and during rains. It is impos impossible
sible impossible to secure good dried fruit unless
they are protected from moisture. Pro
tect them from flies and other insects
with netting and place them out of the
dust as far as possible. Continue the
drying until the fruit has lost more
than half its weight. If necessary it
may be placed in the oven for two or
three hours fit the end. Tie the dried
fruit in paper sacks, using a double
thickness if thin skin sacks are used.
and suspend them from the ceiling of
the driest room available. When ready
to use the dried fruit wash it well. Koak
It for six hours or longer and throw
away the liquid drained off. Then cook
the fruit for several hours at a tem temperature
perature temperature slightly below the boiling
point. Mothers' Magazine.
Explaining why such substances as
soot, arsenic, tobacco, petroleum and
some aniline dyes produce cancer. Dr.
H. C. Ross of the Lister institute. Lon
don, writes to Nature "that the terms
'industrial cancer." 'smoker's cancer,
sweep's cancer,' 'arsenic cancer,' etc
namely, the diseases caused by the
commodities mentioned refer in real reality
ity reality only to a predisposition to the dis disease.
ease. disease. The commodities themselves do
not actually cause cancer. They mere
ly render the tissues prone to it. which
seems tn occur in a specific manner.
The commodities always in the first
instance produce cell proliferation, usu
ally In the nature of a warty growth,
and it is not until an open ulcer has
appeared, generally at the base of the
wart, that malignancy supervenes."
. A Pasty Complexion.-
After a busy day of golfing and an
evening of automobiling .Iaue skin
was irritated from the combined effects
of sun and wind, so she liberally "cold
creamed" her face and hands and set settled
tled settled herself for a good night's rest.
In a few minutes her face began to
feel stiff and drawn. "At last." she
thought, "the expected has happened.
I have paralysis."
Her nervousness increased when her
fingers became unmanageable and her
skin began to crack and snap.
She hastily turned on the light and
found her face-alarmingly waxy and
shiny. What could be the cause?
Finallv she rushed for the tube of
cold cream. It was labeled "Library
Paste." Youth's Companion.
The Dempsey Hat Shop has opened
permanent millinery parlors for the
season at the residence of Mrs. W. H.
Hetrick at 229 East Fort King ave
Butter Nut Bread has the right taste;
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food,
tf Carter's Bakery.
Fresh seeds of
Ocala Seed Store.
W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Buildinz, Ocala,
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DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH
There are many people who have a
distress in the stomach after- meals.
It i3 due to indigestion and easily
remedied by taking one of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs.
Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y.,
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stipation. constipation. About six months ago I
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They regulated the action of my
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Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
ii i in
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Fulgham oats for sed now in, at the
Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
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Every day we will give a
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portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915
Woodmen meet Friday evening.:
Mr. B. F. Condon has sold a fine
Reo car to Mr. T. C Carter.
Why not have'the street sprinkler
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake.
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them all the time.
tf Carter's Bakery.
Mr. C. A Harris and a friend may
call on the S. A. L. restaurant, pre present
sent present this notice and receive free
drinks of bottled Coca-Cola at the ex expense
pense expense of the company. It
Florida' Growers t Rye seed, any
quantity, at the Ocala Seed Store, tf
Messrs. Borden and Stroud are
meeting with great success with their
' Among the strangers in the city
yesterday afternoon was an auto
party from Umatilla, composed of
Messrs. E. D. Dent and Eugene Dent,
Mrs. S. W. Dent, Mrs. S. A. Dent and
Misses Ruth, Emma and Norma Dent.
They report the roads between Ocala
and Leesburg in fairly good shape.
Major L. T. Izlar has just received
a copy of the Orangeburg Sun, which
'tells of the glories of the county fair
now being held in his old home town,
Orangeburg, S. C. Among the other
features of the institution is that ad admission
mission admission is free to veterans of the
The Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will be glad to receive
orders for paper flowers. If you are
planning to decorate your car or float
for the fair parade, you will do well
to consult Mrs. W. A. Goin who will
have charge of the work.
Mr. J. S. Pearson of Chicago, a golf
expert who makes Ocala his home
during the winter, months, will arrive
in the city the first week in Decem
Mr. B. B. Baum, who has just re
turned from a visit to the north, says
that on his way south he noticed a
great number of people coming south,
many of them to Florida. A large
proportion of the latter had never
been to Florida before..
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
( WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-.
. SIM-. ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE At a great bargain, Ear
ly English dining room set, consisting
of china cabinet, sideboard, 12-foot
extension table and eight chairs, Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office, 8-lt.
FOR RENT Cozy, 5-room cottage,
electric lights, bathroom, etc; $12 a
month. Call 164. 11-8-tf
HOG TAKEN UP A stray black sow
was taken up at my place in South
Ocala on Nov. 4th. Owner can have
same by paying for feed and this ad advertisement.
vertisement. advertisement. H. S. Wesson. 5-6t
FOR SALE One good second hand
piano in excellent condition; very
reasonable terms. Apply at the Star
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
FOR RENT Large and comfortable
rooms with fireplace; nicely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; conveniently located; all modern
conveniences; rates reasonable. Apply
603 East Second street, corner San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, or at Star office.. 9-7-tf
FOR RENT A six-ioom and bath,
completely furnished, well located
residence, with every convenience, in including
cluding including garage, for rent for not less
than four months. Address "Furnish "Furnished
ed "Furnished Residence," care the Star. 13-tf ..
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address' "X," care the
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
LAND TO RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on shares. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, Star office. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE Two-story 1 house on
Fort King avenue. One of the very
best locations in Ocala. Terms to
suit. Address P. O. Box 273, Ocala,
WOOD For first class wood of
any size or length, call phone 3M
four rings. J. M. Potter. tf
FOR SALE Young mare, wagon,
buggy and harness; also Indian
motorcycle. Apply Meadows Repair
The following reports of tempera temperature
ture temperature and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
November 1 ........79 55
November 2 79 57
November 3 ........78 54
November 4 ....... ...76 56
November 5 ........78 52
November 6 . .77 51
November 7 80 72
November 8 ...79 59 .
November 9 81 57
Fair tonight and Thursday, except
rain Thursday in northwest portion
ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE INSISTS
THAT LAW BE OBSERVED
A dispatch from Jacksonville says:
"G. W. Crooke said last night that as
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon
League of Florida, he will today for
ward to the liquor dealers of Florida
the following statement:
..' 'Until the Davis law was declar
ed constitutional the Anti-Saloon
League has taken no steps for the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of same, but now that the
supreme court has spoken the league
and, we believe, the people of the en entire
tire entire state will expect the observance
of the Davis law the same as they
expect the observance of any law up upon
on upon the statute books.
" 'We enclose herewith a copy of
the Davis law and beg to advise that
we are calling the attention of the
county sheriff and solicitor to the re
ported violations of : ;
" 'Section 1 (draught beer being
sold in quart jars and cans, sealed on only
ly only with adhesive paper slips), and
" 'Section 5 (some dealers opening
for business before 7 a. m.) and
" 'Section 7 (some dealers providing
other premises with the intent to de defeat
feat defeat the policy of this act), and
" 'Section 9 (some dealers not yet
having taken" down screens, blinds,
partitions, and seats and they allow
" 'The Anti-Saloon League does not
want to give any dealer unnecessary
trouble, but begs to call attention to
section 13 of the Davis act, which
" 'That any person violating any of
the foregoing provisions of this act
shall be deemed guilty of a misde misdemeanor
meanor misdemeanor and upon" conviction thereof
his license shall be forfieited and he
shall be fined not more than $1000 or
imprisoned in the county jail not ex
ceeding twelve months.
" 'The Anti-Saloon League feels
that it should be understood by 11
that every possible means will be us
ed by the league to effect the strict
observance of the Davis act from now
The following Ocala people left on
No, 10 this morning to visit the
Gainesville, fair: Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Baum, Mrs. Marian Harris, Mrs.
Frank Drake and daughter, Miss
Gladys, Mrs.' Arch Mclver, Miss Nan
Brooks, Postmaster Rogers, Mayor
Robertson, Messrs. R. L;' Anderson
Malcolm Williams, Jim Johnson and
J. H. Benjamin.
Mr. B. B. Baum has returned from
his visit to the north, where he went
a few weeks ago to" pay the last re respects
spects respects to his lamented brother, Mr
M. H. Baum, who died in a hospital in
Cleveland,, Ohio, and was laid to rest
at his old home in Alb'on, Mich. The
funeral was largely attended, for Mr
Baum, notwithstanding long residence
m Florida, had always retained a
strong hold on the esteem of friends
in his old home.
The Happy Man.
Upon the whole matter I account a
person who has a moderate mind and
fortune and lives in the conversation
of two or three agreeable friends, with
little commerce in the world besides
who Is esteemed well enough by his
few neighbors that know him and 1
truly Irreproachable by anybodv: and
so, after a healthfu.1, quiet life, before
tne great inconveniences of old ase
goes more silently out of it than he
came in (for I would not have him so
much as cry in the exit): this innocent
deceiver of the world, as Horace calls
him. this "mula persona." I take to
have been more happy in his part than
the greatest actors that fill the stage
with show and noise, nay, even than
Augustus himself, who asked with his
last breath whether he had not played
his farce very well. Abraham Cowley.
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
lelver & MacKay
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By ROY L. McCARDELL
Copyright, 1915. by Roy L. McCardefl
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SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP
A feud has existed between Colonel Ar
thur Stanley and his cousin,. Judge Lamar
Stanley, over an heirloom, the diamond
from the sky. found in a fallen" meteor by
an ancestor. Also, the succession to the
Stanley earldom in England may come to
an American. When a daughter is born
to the colonel and the mother dies, the
colonel buys- a gypsy boy and 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
queen, returns to Virginia with her. Dr.
Lee, the late Colonel Stanley's friend.
adopts Esther. Arthur Stanley, son of
Hagar, falls in love with Esther, and so
does his companion and cousin, Blair
Stanley, rightful male heir of Stanley. In
stealing the diamond Blair causes the
death of the doctor and tries later to put
the blame on Arthur, who takes the dia
mond from him.
Arthur Stanley 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
mond. 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
turess who has borrowed it.
Luke Lovell. Hagar'a gypsy guard,
steals the diamond, and td avoid detection
drops it into a mail box. Arthur leaves
Richmond and goes to the west. The dia
mond passes into a mail 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 Bociety. 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 later stolen
from a Chinese den. Hagar is again
with Esther among the gypsies. Marma-
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
gar's secret, leaves to seek Blair. Hagar
is under treatment and Esther Is in
Richmond society, protege of Mrs. Stan
ley, who suspects her real name, and' of
Mrs. Randolph. Abe Bloom, gambler, who
knows Blair's guilt, covets the diamond
and calls it the price cf his secrecy. Blair
will not .listen to Lovell. and Arthur also
insists on his eilence. Blair returns to
Richmond and, fustigated 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. Dr. Lee, Arthur learns,
died of heart disease. Becoming very rich
he buys Stanley hall, sold at auction,
through Blake, and also provides for Ha
gar and has money left secretly in Es
ther's room. Luke Lovell buys the dia
mond from the squaw, but loses It in a
fight on Santa Barbara bay, the gem sink
ing. Vivian, desiring afid to ensnare Ar
thur, sends for Blair.
Esther and Quabba, also Blair, go to
the California mines to seek Arthur, Blair
to learn the whereabouts of the diamond
for Viviart". Smythe is sent west by Blake
Lovell repairs the coach in which Esther
and Smythe ride. Quabba catches a fish
with the diamond in" Its gills, but a peli
can bears off the gem.
The coach roils down the mountain, but
Esther and the lawyer escape unhurt.
Meanwhile Quabba returns, and he and
Esther elude Luke and Blair. Vivian
Marston la rescued from drowning by
John Powell, who falls in love with her.
Marmiduke Smythe shoots a frog and
finds the diamond.
Blair and Luke intercept the buckboard.
The driver is shot. Esther and Quabba
escape and are joined by Marmaduke
Smythe, who gives Esther the diamond
to deliver to Arthur. Blair and Luke go
to the yacht In Arthur's absence and find
Esther with the diamond. To escape them
she jumps overboard.
The Charm Against Harm.
UABBA, in the rowboat by the
bottom of the yacht's compan
ion way, heard the struggle
upon the deck between Blair
and Luke and the scream of Esther as,
to escape them both, she plunged over
the side. It seemed eternity to Quab Quabba
ba Quabba and a voyage to the gates of death
to the strangling girl ere her head
came to the surface. She instinctively
clutched the rail of the rowboat, and
Quabba drew her in. lie headed the
boat straight for the beach, for he saw
the sailing master on the wharf stairs,
bringing back the crew from their
shore, leave to the waitins: launch. To
Quabba all who are strangers are ene
mies, and he headed in a straight line
for the beach and the breaking surf.
half mile away.
On the deck the struggle between
Blair and Luke is one of vicious feroc-
ty, iti which the clothing of both i
torn. Both joy in the battle, and the
few half drunken sailors aboard, tum
bling out from the forecastle, are wild
with excitement and delight at the
splendid smashing scrap between the
burly, heavy built Luke and the lithe
and active Blair.
."Hey, Bill," cries one of the sailors,
it's two old friends with a grudge for
'I should worry. It ain't my Coat
ing palace they are mussing upT ex
claims the .other mariner. And he
Epoke truly in one sense, for like mad
dened beasts the two men tore at each
other, and the snowy deck of the yacht
was stained with blood, which flowed
profusely from both combatants.
Against the paneled mahogany of the
cabin side the fighters crashed, smash
ing and splintering glass and wood woodwork.
work. woodwork. And then, in sheer tearing rage,
combining all their strength to dash
each other to insensibility and death,
they plunged from the smashed cabin
side at the center to the stanchion
rail. At the heavy impact of the two
strong bodies flung against it the rail
bent outward and the stanchions snap snapped
ped snapped like pipestems, and the two men,
locked in death grips, went over the
side and into the water, kicking.
In the water, more active, Blair loos
ened hold and dived under. Coming
to the surface, he waited for the gyp gypsy's
sy's gypsy's head to appear, and" when Luke
rose to the surface, bubbling and gasp gasping
ing gasping for breath, Blair struck him a
smashing blow between the eyes and
swam to the companion way. naif
stunned and half strangled, Luke
screamed in inarticulate insanity of
rage and hate. Then through his dull
mind came a realization that Blair, as
friend of the owner of the yacht and
as "a gentleman'twould have the aid
and assistance of the sailors.
Leaving the matter for another day
to settle, for Luke was of a nature
that loved to nurse and cherish his
enmity, the gypsy turned and swam
strongly and doggedly to the shore.
Blair, panting, water soaked and
disheveled, leaned over tbe rope rail railing
ing railing of the companion way and looked
after Luke, also with that respect one
good fighting man has for the other.
"Hurt, sir?" a sailor asked.
"Only a little scratched," said Blair.
noting with some satisfaction that the
cold sea water had checked the bleed
ing of his wounds.
"The poor fellow must have gone
roaring mad," added Blair in explana
tion. "We had been lost in the woods
for some days, and "he must have got
hold of some whisky and have gone
clean crazy, for the first thing I knew
he sprang upon me, fighting like a mad
dogr ". :
It was this same explanation in ex extension
tension extension that Blah made to the sailing
master when the latter returned to the
launch with the sailors from their
shore leave, for the two sailors left in
the forecastle had not seen or known
of Esther's boarding the yacht in
search of Arthur or her wild leap from
it when faced by Blair and Luke. Nor
had the sailing master, mustering his
men at the end of the street leading
to the wharf at the time of Esther's
leap, known of t her. presence aboard
the yacht.' The sailing master had
seen the rowboat with Quabba and
Esther headed straight for the beach
i 2'-n' ""'C ir
" -v 'y-sy fe At
The Fight on the Yacht.
but the rowboat was too far away for
even been sailor eyes to note that the
girl was wet and weak.
"I have heard of sailors getting homi homicidal
cidal homicidal d. r.'s." said the sailing master.
"but I. never knew a landsman to get
'era that quick."
The two sr'iior who bad witnessed tbe
dtan t-oniUr.t grinned, for it had been a
bout to delight the eye. But just then
the sailing master gave a sudden ery.
"LtK-li :r that foal! What is he do
ingtrying to commit suicide:- And
the master pointed to the beach, where
the rowboat, with the tired, unskilled
hands of Quabba on the oars, was ne
gotiating the surf.
"Shall we lower a boat, sir?" asked
one of the sailors. "There was a wo
man spilled from the boat with that
The sailing master shaded his eyes
with his hnid and then said: "By
Charles E. Kiplinger
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC
Rooms 20 and 21 Holder Block
Consultation free. OfSce hours: 9
to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. m. Evenings
fry A iM
. ,V.v.V.V.v.v.v.v,.y v
i is ,.;:. T
THE TRAINED' WILD ANISLA.L SitDW, A PRINCIPAL FEATURE OF
George, the gjrl can swim, all right!
She is even helping the landlubber.
They're all right. See'. The fellow
with her Is asking some one to save
the boat. There is quite a little bunch
of people on the beach now. And our
crazy friend sees them, too, and evi evidently
dently evidently does not desire to be questioned.
for he is striking off to land farther
down the beach!'. ; And he pointed to
the bobbing head of the strongly swim
ming Luke, a mere speck above the
water halfway to the shore.
"The people on the beach don't even
see my late friend of the woods," re remarked
marked remarked Blair, with a cynical smile.
"Oh, well, let the poor fellow go. The
cold water will bring him to his
senses." And Blair turned a"d went
. .-.! jr
I 'J ' ' ?
Esther and Quabba In Santa Barbara!
toward the cabin to make another
change in his' attire from Arthur's
i "He's a cool one." said the sailing
master admiringly as he looked after
Blair, who walked in his dripping
clothes across the deck whistling. "I'll
bet he is a Virginian, that lad He
says he is. Mr. FoweH's cousin, and
Powell is another fighting daredevil
just like him. They breed .good men
in the west, but there's nothing wrong
with the fighting strain they raise in
' REAPING BENEFIT
From the Experience of Ocala People
We are fortunate indeed to be able
to profit by the experience of our
neighbors. The public utterances of
Ocala residents on the following sub subject
ject subject will interest and benefit many
of our readers. Read the statement.
No better proof can be had.
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth St.,
Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the best of satisfaction. When
my kidneys got out of order, I was
so dizzy that I couldn't straighten.
At times I' couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain across the small
of my backl had other kidney troubles
as well. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
and they brought me immediate re relief."
lief." relief." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney-remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 10
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.:
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No rih Bound
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. to...
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p. p.-m.;
m.; p.-m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
Buy your drugs from Gerig's,
Ocala's best drug store. tf
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and amoug these is the
record history of that title.
V some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK
florida title and abstract corporation'
TnK-i our f resn Meat it will
ii please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
AIsq fine Jine of Groceries.
1 S 'IE
If you have on hand a sufficient quantity of m
Bill Heads, Statements and Envelopes
to carry you by the first of the month's billing
period. If hot,
: EE us
and let us prepare you for the work in ample
time to prevent friction at bill making season.
Our facilities for turning out on short notice
Office Stationery, Programs,
Booklets, Invitations Visiting
Cards, Announcements, Etc.
are not excelled in this section of the state.
HAN U BILLS, all sizes, A SPECIALTY
THE OCALA STAR
KXIG'HTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial -relcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. -Ad
CONCORDIA "LODGE T, TJ. CT A.
Concordia Loage, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yong&'i Hall
?n the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor,. F. 11.
Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
THE JOHNNY J. JONES SHOWS
on thet nextfiu 1)
Utile IH Yi Y
AND LOCAL PHONE 51
., 1915 state and county tax books
are now open.
2 per cent discount for November
payments and one per cent discount
for December payments.
Be sure and bring or send a correct
description of your property whea
you inquire about your taxes and
when you pay them, thus- reducing
the possibilit yof an error to the
' ; - W. h, Colbert,
11-1-lra Tax Caliper.
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