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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
With America Regarding Sink Sinking
ing Sinking of the Ancona
VIENNA, WHILE CHEWING THE
London, Dec. 16.- The Austro-Hun-garian
reply to the American note
in relation to the sinking of the An Ancona
cona Ancona wa3 handed to Ambassador Pen Pen-field
field Pen-field at Vienna Tuesday, according to
a Reuter message from Amsterdam.
The correspondent says the reply
states that Austro-IIungary is pre prepared
pared prepared in principle to enter in an ex exchange
change exchange of opinion with the American
government and leaves it to the
Washington cabinet to draw up the
legal maxims which the commander
of the submarine which sunk the An Ancona
cona Ancona is alleged to have violated. The
Austrian government expressed 'sym 'sympathy
pathy 'sympathy with the American victims.
WASHINGTON HAS NO WORD
. Washington, Dec. 16. -Officials had
not received any work of the answer
to the Ancona, note. It .was made
clear, however, if the excerpts as con contained
tained contained in" n-ews dispatches reflected
the tone of the full text it would be
considered unsatisfactory. Officials
are not willing to enter into diplomat diplomatic
ic diplomatic correspondence which may be? pro prolonged.
, AUSTRIA IS INQUISITIVE
' The Austrian charge had no official
communication regarding his coun country's
try's country's reply, but after reading the news
dispatches conferred with Secretary
Lansing. Previously he had asxked
' what the. United States would do if
the answer was unsatisfactory.
VIENNA IS OPTIMISTIC
Vienna, Dec. 16. The situation as
regards Austro-IIungary and the
United States is considered as having
become less ten since the reply to the
American not was dispatched.
ADMIRALTY APPROVES SINK SINKING
ING SINKING THE ANCONA
Vienna, Dec. 16. The Austro-Ger-man
admiralty is entirely opposed to
any disavowal of the course of the
submarine commander responsible for
the sinking of the Italian liner An Ancona.
cona. Ancona. The admiralty approves his
conduct thoroughly. The admiralty
declares that'"- the commander would
have been considered as failing to
perform his duty if he allowed the
Ancona to escape. The reply to the
American note, it is understood, has
ISN'T GOING TO HELP
PUT HIMSELF OUT
Atlanta, Dec. 16. Mayor Wood Woodward
ward Woodward vetoed the resolution of the city
council providing for a recall election
affecting the ,mayor and four mem mem-'bers'
'bers' mem-'bers' of the city police, commission.
Six attorneys advised him the action
was legal, although he himself is af affected.
fected. affected. MALCOLM R. PATTERSON
BEATEN BY McKELLAR
Nashville, Dec. 16. Congressman
; Kenneth D. McKellar of Memphis won
the democratic nomination for the
United States .Senate yesterday over
former Governor Malcolm R. Patter Patterson
son Patterson in. the run-off primary by an esti estimated
mated estimated majority of 15,000. Governor
Patterson has conceded his defeat.
Big delayed shipment of TOYS
opened up today at THE BOOK
SHOP. 3t V
RUG, EXPRESSES SYMPATHY
ADVOCATES FOR AND AGAINST j
ARGUING WITH CONGRESS CONGRESSMEN
Washington, Dec. 16. Women fav favoring
oring favoring and those' opposing suffrage for
women appeared today to argue their
cases before congressional commit committees.
tees. committees. The House judiciary committee
wiy hear both sides. The Senate suf frage
committee will listen to the
SOUTHERN WOMAN SPEAKS
. Mrs. Pattis Jacobs, president of the
Alabama Equal Suffrage Association,
told the House committee that South Southern
ern Southern women wanted the vote, but did
not want enfranchisement confined to
state limits. Chairman Webbs ask-,
ed her why the women didn't go to the
states for the vote instead of "both "bothering
ering "bothering Congress about something it
has nothing to do with."
GET READY TO SEE
THE BASKETBALL GAME
All the lovers of athletic sports in
Ocala, and all the friends of the
bright and pretty girls making, up the
Wildcats, our prized basketball team,
should be at Camp's court Saturday
afternoon to see the game between
Ocala and Orlando. It is going to be
a swift game, and everybody should
be on hand promptly.
THE BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB
Mr. John Do'zier has been interview interviewing
ing interviewing our business men with the view of
forming an organization by the above
name and intended to work for Ocala
interests along the same lines as the
Board of Trade, without conflicting
with that organization. Social meet meetings,
ings, meetings, will also probably be part of the
plans of the new club. The idea seems
tn be meeting with favor. Mr. Dozier
had secured fifty names up to nooa
and was going after others.
Another Coruscation in the Diadem of
the German Emperor
. Rome, Dec. 16. William Howard
and George Lorillard, Americans who
investigated the conditions in Servia
and Albania, reported to Ambassador
Page that thousands of Servian and
Albanian women and children are
literally starving to death. The towns
and the roads are crowded with ref- j
ugees, who are without food, shelter!
u mum w sr i u uEB ii H i
or clothing. Great quantities of foodj Sofia, Dec. 16. A neutral zone ex ex-are
are ex-are needed immediately, it is declar- j tending two kilometers each side of
ed. "A tragedy, the like of which the j the frontier has been agreed upon be be-world
world be-world has never known, is being en-tween Greece and Bulgaria, it is offi-
AID TO AGRICULTURE
. Charleston, S. C., Dec. 16. Dele-jacy. ll-6t
gates to the Southern Commercial!
Congress unanimously approved the i ERECTORS 10c. to $7.50 at THE
resolutions adopted by the southern BOOK SHOP. 3t
commissioners of agriculture, advo-
eating a "semi-official national cham-J Santa writes from the North Pole
ber of agriculture.
fid I SH
BRITISH AIID FREUGH Mil ATTACK OF TEUTONS
London, Dec. 16. A lull has set in j
on the Macednnian front which well-:
informed observers believe' will lasts
until after the Greek elections Sun-J
day. The Allies occupy strong posi-j
tions north of; Saloniki, after their re retreat.
treat. retreat. Thf well organized retreat is f
regarded here as one result of .the
new co-ordination among the Allies.
If the Germans assault the new al allied
lied allied positions they will need heavy
guns and it will probably take some-
jtime to bring them up.
ALLIES BIG ARMY
Dispatches to London say the allied
Balkans amy numbers 200,000 men
r. ON THE VARIOUS FRONTS
It seems fairly well settled that the
Bulgarians do not intend to invade
! Greece,- an action whieti would likely
cruse dissensions in that country
which already is uneasy over the Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian occupation of Monastir. Also
it is not believed that Austrians and
Germans have sufficient troops avail
I able to attack the entente allies.
J The speculation naturally has to do
j with the Germans and their intentions,
i They are variously reported to be con con-centrated
centrated con-centrated near Monastir and-Doiran
and on the. Rumanian border and as
preparing for an attempt to drive the
entente allies from the Gallipoli pen peninsula.
insula. peninsula. All these reports lack confir confirmation.
mation. confirmation. One thing seems certain to the mil military
itary military observers that the Germans
will have to keep a close h on the
Rumanian side, not onty vs'J of
the danger of that country tiering
the war against them, but to meet
'the threat of a Russian. invasion thru
Rumania, which although little has
been said of it recently has not been
lost sight of.
Wherever the Germans move they
will find the entente allies prepared.
Saloniki is being made stronger daily
and has the backing of warships, as
also has the Gallipoli peninsula, where
the entente, positions likewise have
been strengthened. The Russians are
believed by the military authorities to
i be able to cope with any army the
'Teutonic powers can collect on the
Rumanian border, while Egypt, which
i.r said to be another of their objec objectives,
tives, objectives, also has been placed in a state
There are many persons who believe
that the Germans' purpose to rest on
their laurels in the near east for the
time being ind make a bid for victory
on the western front. Persistent re reports
ports reports come from Holland of the con concentration
centration concentration of German armies in Bel-
; giura and Luxemburg with the inten
tion of striking a blow as soon as the
ground permits it. At the present
moment the greater part of the coun
try is a sea of mud.
The reported concentration of Ger
mans doubtless accounts for the army
air raids which the entente allies are
making behind the German lines.
uen. lownsnend reports the re-
of further "Turkish attacks
against the British position at Kut-Ei-Amara,
There have been no changes in the
situation of any of the fronts.
A NEUTRAL ZONE AGREED ON
What YOU would like for a Chmt Chmt-;
; Chmt-; mas present is what you should GIVE.
I You can find it at The Court Pharm-
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.
WITH AN OPTLMISTIC REPORT
OF OK LAW AH A WORK
Secretary Rooney returned this
morning from Washington, where he
has been diligently at work in favor
of Oklawaha improvement.
Mr. Rooney brings a good report of
the prospect. He says that Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark is pushing the plan for the
improvement of the waterway, and
that there are the best prospects for
its success. Mr. Clark is on one of
th2 most important committees and
has a great deal of influence. He will
net let this most important measure
for his state fail if he can push it
Mr, Clark has introduced the bill
calling for the survey for the Silver
Springs-Withlacoochee canal, which is
to be a cut thirty feet wide with not
k'ss than six feet of water, and there
ere good prospects for its going thru.
Mr. Rooney also says that there is
almost a certainty of an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation to fight the citrus canker. All
the Florida congressmen are working
for this, and they have the help of
many of their colleagues.
SIR DOUGLAS HAIG WILL SUC SUCCEED
CEED SUCCEED SIR JOHN FRECNH
i Associated. rrtss
London, Dec. 16. The retirement
of Sir John French and the appoint appointment
ment appointment of General Sir Douglas Haig as
commander in chief overshadows all
ether war news today. Sir Douglas
Haig takes the position vith a high
reputation.- He has seen more hard
fighting than any riher British offi officer
cer officer in the service.
WILL iIUY A NEW TRL i'K
At a fairly well attended meeting
last night at the Board of Trade room
cf the stockholders cf the Ocala
Transportation Co. it was decided to
purchase a three ton truck to replace
the old one recently burned to be used
ia hauling the line's freight from the
Springs to Ocala.
Mr. Carmichael said he knew of a
thoroughly reliable rebuilt truck in
Jacksonville that could be bought
very cheap, and he was authorized to
go to Jacksonville and make the best
purchase he could of the truck to be
delivered at Ocala.
It was decided to add a small per percentage
centage percentage to each freight bill and keep
the money in a fund to pay for the
truck, the money for its purchase to
be negotiated -by the stockholders on
their personal credit. The old truck
is not worth rebuilding. It is ob obsolete
solete obsolete and the parts expensive, and it
never was much of a truck.
The members of the company are
not 'one whit discouraged and their
feelings last night were unanimous
on going ahead, that we had only be begun
gun begun to fight and would stick to the
river an dtruck route till the end.
Any two members of the "force" at
Theus Brothers furniture store may
drink bottled Coca-Cola at the expense-of
the company by presenting
this notice at the Arcade restaurant.
The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
A few selections of Schraf t's fine
candies put up specially for Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, just in at The Court Pharmacy.
jl! pi if
be Made by Teutons
OOUBLE-TRACKIHG RAILROAD FROM 'DAMASCUS THRU THE
1 DESERT GREATLY INCREASES THE DANGER
Rome, Dec. 16. The German threat ;
against Egypt is growing grave daily j
In the opinion of military men here, j
The construction of a 'double tracked j
railroad from Damascus to the Egyp- j
tian irontier is being pushed ana ex expected
pected expected to be finished Feb. 1st.. This
will make possible the concentration
or" half a million men within a month.
Army engineers are laying many
miles of tubes for the transportation
of drinking water across the desert.
HELD UP A TRAIN ON THE KAN
SAS CITY SOUTHERN
Mena, Ark., Dec. 16. Southbound f
Kansas City Southern passenger train
I No. 1 was held up by three robbers
inear here this morning. The express
safe was blown open but it is report reported
ed reported the loot was small. The passen-
ers were unmolested.
y OF THE GRAND JUR V
j Ocala, Fla., Dec. 15, 1915.
To the Hon. W. S. Bullock, Judge of
j the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor Flor-;
; Flor-; ida:
j We, the grand jurors sworn and im im-j
j im-j paneled at this, the fall term of the
: circuit court in vand for Marion coun coun-ity,
ity, coun-ity, 1915, having completed our labors,
jbeg to submit this, our final present-
j We have examined a great many
cases, and have found true bills in
those cases only where we thought a
j petit jury would be justified in bring bringing
ing bringing in verdicts of guilty.
We have examined the jail and find
, the same in a thoroughly sanitary
I condition. We find a few lights brok brok-;
; brok-; en out of the windows, and inasmuch
s az winter is on, we recommend to the
: board of county commissioners that j
the same be repaired at once. j
j We have examined the court house
; and find that some of the plastering j
has fallen off. and recommend that1
this be repaired at once.
We have examined various county
offices and find them all to be neatly
s and weir kept.
j We find that some of the justices of
!the peace throughout the county have
j failed to follow the law in giving the
(witness the proper notice as to when
;to appear before the circuit court. We
! call their attention to this matter and
request that same be not overlook overlook-jed
jed overlook-jed in the future.
j In the matter of investigating the
! acts and doings of the bond trustees
j of the city of Ocala, we beg to advise
jthat no evidence was submitted upon
! which we could take any action.
j We have referred some cases to the
j county judge for trial, and in this
j matter we request that the sheriff
imake the necessary affidavits on
i which the trial can be had.
i Having completed our labors, we
jnow ask to be discharged.
j Respectfully submitted,
j Eric J. Collier, Foreman.
Attest: W. E. Christian, Clerk.
Watch for the arrival of our famous
NORRIS Christmas candies a bqx
for everyone in the family. The Court
Historic Spot, on Which Ocala Should
Star.d, Is Now an Old Field
(From the Tampa r Times' Christmas
Ocala," Fla., Dec. 15. Of the thou thousands
sands thousands of people who travel he Ocala
co Silver Springs boulevard every
year, not many realize that about
'half way between the two places, a
'few hundred yards south of the road
is a place where some the most stir stir-Jring
Jring stir-Jring scenes in the early history of
j Florida were acted.
j Shortly after taking possession of.
f Florida, in 1820, the United States
srovernment built a chain of forts
; across the reninsula from St. Augus-
tine to Tampa. In these forts were
established garrisons intended to keep
the Indians in order. One of these
strongholds. Fort King, was in the
most populous part of the Indian ter territory,
ritory, territory, now Marion county, forty miles
south of the home of Miccanopy, king
of the Seminoles, and in the hunting
grounds cf Osceola, who became the
most famous warrior of the nation.
' Fort King was a stockade with a
block house at each corner, on a hill
about three miles west of Silver
Springs, and about the same distance
east of the present site of the Ocala
ccurt house. It was the most impor important
tant important station between St. Augustine
and. Tampa and had the largest garri-
son. it received most oi its supplies
by way of the Oklawaha river and
Silver Springs, then almost a century
ago recognized ,by the government as
a navigable stream.
Here on Christmas day, 1835, the
Seminole war began. The oflker in
command had treated Osceola with
unnecessary severity, making him a
prisoner and keeping him forseveral
d?ys in chains. When the proud sav-
. i i
age was released, he naturally sought
revenge at the first opportunity. It
c"me on Christmas day, when the
corcrcandlr. j. efficer and several of his
bo'.d'r.ates were tak:r.T dinner at
a house ccmc hundreds cf yards from
the fort. They were taken -unawares
by Osceola and his band, shot down
and scalped; the Indians escaping
! J. 1 1 ll. 1 A.
oeiore tne soiaiers irom we ion.
could come to the aid of their officers.
The massacre of Dade and his men
followed some two months later, and
then the war was on in earnest.
Was Rallying Point in War Days
Fort King was a central point for
the whites during the war. It was too
strong and well garrisoned to be at attacked
tacked attacked except by surprise, and after
that fateful Christmas day th,e sol soldiers
diers soldiers never gave the Indians another -chance
to take them unawares. Out
from Fort King went expeditions,
which soon drove the Indians from
their plantations and hunting grounds
in central Florida and compelled them.
to retreat into the swamps.
It was at Fort King in 1842 that the
Seminoles signed the treaty by which
they pledged themselves to leave Flo Florida
rida Florida and po to the west: a treaty,
which-a few bold spirits disregarded
and retreated to the Everglades, to
fight another war fifteen years later,
and where their descendants yet live.
si u y ti
(Concluded on Eighth Page)
OCALA EVENING STAB THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1915
(Continued from Last Week)
C;:;i i '. the Clat-h cf Drugs.
i "? :';c coachman tain- the reiiLs!
i .1 Durand, ii V ;oasciousl.v
c!:':n;,1i;x from hi careless air
of racc;.oer to the rave de
meanor of j h.v?iciaji. "Lend a hand.
Blair," be a.iiled as the coat h man work
ed around from the back seat by tbe
groom to the driver' place on the
Blair and Vivian, assisting as best
they could. i,!ed Durand in dragging
Artnur from the box seat to the second
one.- Here the drug. victim collapsed
"Esther? How plainly I saw her in
her gypsy dress! She spoke to me. Tb?
hunchback fellow was with her!"
"It was imagination." said Vivian
soothingly to the stricken man as the
pseud o physic-Ian. Durand, administer
ed the all too bandy hypodermic. "A
touch of un. wasn't It, doctor?"
"Yes," said Durand In equally sooth soothing
ing soothing accents.. "I think It was the sun
and too much exertion. We shouldn't
have let you drive. Mr. Powell; you are
not MrongViiough yet for tbee things."
BlaSr said nothing. lie could have
almost pitied Arthur that in so short'
a tit :e as bod elapsed sluce his injuries
his character had been so weakened
froiM his hurts and the drugs, adminis administered
tered administered 'that Arthur could he convince I
that the evidence of his own eyes was
but !he phantom of a disordered Imag Imagination.
ination. Imagination. Neither, the coachman nor the groom
had uiderstood the significance of hi
mask's collapse at the sight of two
JT mush ians with piano,' pony cart
and -'monkey by the roadside. The
ioadiman and groom, like the other
er;iuL ui me i owesi mansion, oniy
knew their master had never been men
tally the samp since his injuries at the
" mlnc.i and his first homecoming to his
new, grand mansion, a battered, shat shattered,
tered, shattered, insensible form on a stretcher.
m a lew 'moments me eirect or tnt
stimulating: drug had calmed Arthur,
rand he was sitting with closed eyes on
the second seat, with Blair and Vivian
;and Durand The conspirators decided
10 return Dome.
A passing auto coming in the sain;
- dire tion slowed Inwide tho coach, an j
the. occupants called to the driver and
the tallyho party that there was a man
. "lie looks like a tough customer, tool"
The groom on the rear seat looked
down and ordered the tough looking
customer to get off. The tough looking
customer was Luke Lovell. who had
termlned to make an asset of his secret
And blackmail either Arthur Stanley
or Blair, preferably both.
Luke Lovell growled a curse back at
tne groom and held on. The coachman
fflth practiced dexterity j' lashed the'
"whin back of the coach at a signal
from the groom. The thong cut Luke
across the face twice before he could
Shield himself. But again and again
the lash cut and stung him cruelly on
tieck and shoulders, and despite his
ardihood and determination to stand
the onslaught Luke was compelled to
let go and drop off. He" limped to the
sidewalk of the quiet suburban rest
tree by the curb.
Near him a leaking fire hydrant trick trickled.
led. trickled. Lake nioDped his brow and the
burning cuts across his face with the
cooling water. The pain slowly subsid subsided,
ed, subsided, and Luke looked about him.
' There, far off down the street, but
yet distinct to the keen eyes of the
gypsy, were -two figures plodding by
a pony piano cart, two figures he knew
as well as he knew his own Esther
Luke Lovell at the sight. Esther,
daughter of Hagar, the queen of the
gypsies: Esther, whom he had always
crazed noon with pride and a dull long-
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tng she was" not ror nun. uokp
that. But yet there stirred in him the
old sense of affection and mingled with
it a sense of shame. Bad as the brute
gypsy was there had always been some something
thing something tine and fender in his regard for
Esther. To injure her had been no
part .of all hU wild plan to make mer merchandise
chandise merchandise of what he dimly surmised
was the Sta'iikyr secret and Hagar's.
Luke's mental processes were slow,
but he was quick to realize lie had i est
have time to think of how he should
meet with Esther again did he wish
to regain her confidence, as he now
desired t' do.
Luke Lovell rose from the curb even
while cogitating upon these things and
concealed himself behind the tree. But
he could have stood plain upon the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk for all he would have been seen.
for Esther and Quabba, their head---
Luka Was Compelled to Let Go and
bowed sadly to the dust, trudged on be beside
side beside the patient pony. )
The smart tallyho rattled on and ere
long drew tip before the portals of the
Powell mansion, and Arthur was as assisted
sisted assisted off by his whilom friends.
' Such Is the power of suggestion upon
a drug weakened mind that Arthur had
thrown aside all depression and worry
soon after entering his luxurious home.
Physically his strength had almost ful fully
ly fully returned, and the plotters rejoiced
to see that under the stimulant admin administered
istered administered and their cajolments the panic
stricken remembrance of his encounter
with Esther had been dismissed by Ar Arthur
thur Arthur as an Illusion.
A half hour later Esther and Quabba
part at the alley entrance that leads
to Sankey's stables. Esther dons her
cloak agaiu to cover her gypsy attire
and removes her headdress and thus
garfed seems a passing shopgirl, nor
does she attract undue attention as
she slips rrjletly to her room by the en entrance
trance entrance of iue hotel on a side street.
Quabha stands ganing after his young
mistress wistfully until she has turned
from the street some blocks away.
Then Quabba is roused by a hand upon
his shoulder and turns to see the
swarthy face of Luke Lovell.
But meanwhile what of the Santley
fircus? Santley, the coarse grained
tyrant owner of the show, lies dead in
the morgue downtown. Beside him is
Splinters.' the 'clown., who killed Sant Santley
ley Santley and shot himself, and. with them
Is the disfigured body of La Belle, wife
t v 1 Sl
The Sheriff and His Party Grab the
of Splinters, the clown, killed by the
lion Lancelot. A triple tragedy and
all because of a woman's coquetry and
the diamond from the sky!
The new manager of the circus Is
optimistic He Is ; inclined to believe
"the big blow off," as he calls the
tragedy, will be "great press stuff for
the show." But the triple tragedy and
the panic and riot that followed it
have brought the creditors who are
numerous clown upon the show, and
It is seized for debt and will be sold
at auction. The disconsolate, perform-
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SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAP CHAPTERS.
TERS. CHAPTERS. A feud has existed between Colonel Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Stanley and hia cousin. Judge Lamar
Stanley, over an heirloom, the diamond
from the sky, found in a fallen meteor by
.an ancestor. Also, the succession to tlie
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 nther,
having had no part In this bargain, steals
the girl, Esther, reared In secret, and
leaves her son undetected as the heir. The
gypsy has obtained possession of the dia diamond
mond diamond from the sky, and a document with
the Stanley secret. Years later Haga,
gypsy queen, returns to "Virginia with Es Esther.
ther. Esther. 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 biame on Arthur, who takes the gem.
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 Richmond.
mond. Richmond. At a ball, at which "an adventur adventuress,
ess, adventuress, Vivian Marston, wears the borrowed
gem, Luke Lovell, Hagar's gypsy guard,
steals the diamond. Arthur leaves Rich Richmond
mond Richmond and goes to the west. Quabba, or organ
gan organ grinder, befriends Esther. 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 queen demented. Marmaduke
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,eserts 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 secret, leaves to seek Blair. Hagar
is under treatment and Esther is in Rich Richmond
mond Richmond society. Abe Bloom, gambler, knows
Blair's guilt and covets the diamond. He
calls it the price of his secrecy.
The diamond is later picked up by, an
Indian woman. Dr. Lee, Arthur learns,
died of heart disease. Becoming very rich
he buys Stanley hall, sold at auction,
throiigh Blake, and also provides for Ha Hagar
gar Hagar and Esther. Luke Lovell buys the dia diamond
mond diamond from the squaw, but loses it in a
fight., Vivian, desiring aid to ensnare Ar Arthur,
thur, Arthur, sends for Blair.
Esther and Quabba, also Blair, go to
the California mines to seek Arthur.
Smythe Is sent west by Blake. Vivian
Marston Is saved from drowning by Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, who is infatuated by her. Smythe
finds the diamond and gives it to Esther
to deliver to Arthur. Blair and Luke go
to the yacht and find Esther there.
Esther a ad Quabba escape while Blair
and Luke battle. Blair in the meantime
has joined Vivian in Los Angeles. Du Durand,
rand, Durand, "king of diamonds," a crook known
to Vivian, goes to a saloon to try to dis discover
cover discover the diamond. There he meets Luke
Lovell. Esther and Arthur appear on the
scene. The diamond is lost in a melee.
Esther saves Arthur, who is injured, and
he goes to Los Angeles in care of the physician-crook,
Durand. Esther follows and
is refused admittance to see him. In the
meantime Smythe has hid the diamond in
a tree. It is later found by two bill post posters,
ers, posters, one of whom murders the other for
the diamond. Arthur is "doped" by Du Durand,
rand, Durand, De Vaux and Vivian, although Blair,
who has taken -charge of Arthur's busi business
ness business affairs, protests.
The diamond passes in dice play from
the bill poster to Santley, circus owner,
who gives it to La Belle, lion tamer.
Splinters, the clown, her jealous husband,
shoots -Santley as the lion strikes down
and kills the woman. The animal seizes
the diamond. Sankey, a stableman, seizes
it and hides it in his stable. Blair and
Vivian falsify a telegram from Blake to
Arthur, making Arthur believe he suffer suffered
ed suffered from hallucination In thinking; he saw
Esther. Esther tries to see Arthur, on his
way to the races, but the plotters prevent
era ana attacnes, tneir salaries long in
arrear, realize it is a bad season for
the show business and are fully aware
the returns from a sheriff's auction
will pay little if any of their salaries.
Then Bill Hull, acrobat, remembers
the great diamond Santley gave La
Belle before the lion Lancelot killed
her Inspired to the deed by the jeai jeai-"ous
"ous jeai-"ous clown Splinters, the show believes.
Gossip as to the value of this great
gem has been rife about the circus
since Williams, the billposter, brought
it In from the woods where he said he
found It and lost it to Santley at dice.
If this diamond were recovered it
would be an asset that would perhaps
pay all salaries when sold. Bill Hull,
the acrobat, remembers Sankey, the
stableman, was one who snatched at
the diamond. Hull knows Sankey. in
a previous season, with a smaller show,
some of the animals had been stabled
W. H. BAKER,
This society has provided for during the year just closing over Eight Hundred Orphan Children of
Florida. These helpless, homebss and friendless little ones have beeen cared for just as lovingly and
with every attention that they would have in their own homes, and most of them have been placed in
permanent homes of their own with their foster parents.
To carry on this great work, which the Star considers one of the most noble works of the state, has
cost a great deal of money and the society is short several thousar.d dollars. The society is very anx anxious
ious anxious to close the year out of debt.
Won't you send some money to the treasurer whatever you can spare, from 25 cents up ? Won't
you do it now? Beter still, won't you, write the society and tell it that you wil pay so much a year,
payable quarterly, and send the first quarterly payment with your letter ?
One of the handsome little books, issued each year, containing a full report of the society's accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments will be mailed you if you write for it.
You who have of this world's goods, send a small portion of it to those who have not.
This space is not paid for by the society. It is a part of the Star's aid to this noble work.
Send all remittances to
361 St. James
v I have on my list several exceptional bargains in second-hand automobiles cars that are in perfect run running
ning running condition and guaranteed to be as represented that I can sell at astonishingly low prices and on EASY
TERMS. In some instances I will consider a trade on these cars for real estate or other property. In this list
i sa small two-cylinder runabout, two four-cylinder roadsters, two five-passenger cars and one 1500-lb. truck,
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Distributor of MAXWELL Cars i OCALA, FLA.
me siieritf is mrorineu. ana the aero
bat, donning an overcoat to hide his
tights for the .sheriff's; seizure has
stopped the shdw lends the way to
Sankey s stable. With the sheriff and
the acrobat g a policeman' and the
manager of the circus pro tern.
They have reached the stable yard
in an auto just previous tt the arrival
of Quabba with his monkey and pony
and street piano cart that, he stable stable-here.
here. stable-here. While Quabba fa es Luke Lov Lovell
ell Lovell at the alley's uiouth. the sheriff
with the acioUil and others are in thi
stable. Fr'.nl:ey has b-.en in the loft
Kearchin-: v:u::ly for t'.:e diainoii.l
where he hid it tieneath the hay.. "lie
t omes .down the ladJer and faces tlit tlit-suulight
suulight tlit-suulight from tlic upen door, and the.v
lietween him- and the da; light. gi ini
Ing like a star, tlausle. frjui the lni
rack over t lie pony's empty stall the
diamond 'from the sky!
Just as San'cey grasps, t lie diamond
from where it had -been left unseen
by Qnrtbba In his pony" hay the sheriff
and his party are at the door and grab
the slinking stableman. ...
Out from the plate they stiugglev the
diamond glitterijig in the sun. elutcbeJ
in Sankey's grimy hand, that is in turn
clutched by the others. In wresting It
from the desperate stableman the dia diamond
mond diamond is passed almost against the eyes
of Quabba and Luke Lovell. who have
hurried upon the scene from the alley
mouth at the first sounds of the strug struggle...
How well they know that dazzling
jewel! It had been a fortune for them
both, a fortune briefly held and quickly
The next day the papers ring with
the account of the recovery of the dia diamond,
mond, diamond, the aftermath of the great cir circus
cus circus tragedy. The value of the diamond
can hardly le estimated, the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles papers say. There are conflict conflicting
ing conflicting stories as to how it came Into the
possession of the dead circus proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. This only is known: It will be
sold at sheriff's auction as an asset of
the Santley circus, bankrupt
Homer Graydon. millionaire, reads
the story. Homer Graydon is old In
years, but, as he says, "young at heart."
Wicked at heart would be the truer
(Continued on Page 7)
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Wanted Her Egg -Shut.
Little Laura's mother was opening
an egg for her. The child, looking a
the whole eggs in the dish, remon remonstrated:
strated: remonstrated: "Oh, mamria, I don't want
that kind. I want a shut egg, II you
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
Seek Proper Balance.
The true Ideal both for the parents
and the child Is balance in character.
The old Greeks did not fall while they,
lired out the maxim: "Nothing too
mnch." The prodigy Is no special
comfort to himself or to his friends.
OCA LA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1915
:,t&-4JJti Our 1A-
If in doubt about what to give for Christinas, come to our .drug
store and that doubt will vanish.
Youw ill find scores of beautiful "unexpected gifts.
And it won't 'break' 'you to buy them from us.
Ant i-Monopoly Drug Store
J. G. PARRISH,
IV. H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
After Fear Years cf Dbccsragbg
Conditions, I.Irs. Bollock Gave
Up m Despair, Hasland
Cans to Rescns.
Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "1 suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, I could only sit up for a little
'while, and could cot walk anywhere at
CL At times, I would have severe pains
b my IzSt Side. ', ; A ':,.. y r -y-
The doctor was called ia, and his treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
Chat nothing seemed to do me any good.
f he Commercial Bank
ITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
Hundreds of ex-
oa can. for
a Small Sulixv
We justly claim that our
steaks are the best that can be
bought for the price.
This may not convince yon.
But we feel sure that a trial
will do so.
Step in personally and let ui
show you how we do business
on the fair and square basis.
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got rue a bottle oi
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com commenced
menced commenced taking it. From tb very first
dose, I could ten it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it win do. Ask him. He will recom recommend
mend recommend it. Begin taking Cardui today.
- Write to. Chattanooga Medicine Co- Ladles'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special
Instructions so your case and 64-paga book. Hom
Treatment far Women." sent la Uia wrapper. J-6
fj FiNggfM j
Belleview, Dec. 15. Mr. -Burt
Smith returned last Friday from a
short visit to his home in Georgia.
He had a hog killing time.
Prof. A. B. C nnor sends mc a pic picture
ture picture of the Citrus county high school,
and it shows up to be a very chaste
and substantial affair from all ac
counts that 'we can gather, Mr. and
Mrs. Connor are making quite a repu
tation as pedagogues, and the chil children
dren children and patrons think they are the
whole thing in the educational line.
The Masonic fraternity will hold
the important meeting of the year
at their hall Saturday night, Decem
ber 18. There will be an election of
officers, candidates to entertain and
several important questions to come
up for settlement. It therefore, be behooves
hooves behooves the out-of-town members to
keep the date in mind.
The chicken pie supper given at
the town hall last Thursday night for
the benefit of the Methodist preach preacher's
er's preacher's salary, was a fifteen dollar suc success.
cess. success. In ray last week's notes I made an
abrupt statement that County Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Sam Pyles, was in town to
adjust an indebtedness, but failed to
state that it laid between the county
commissioners and the town of Belle-
view for the road work done by the
county within the town limits, about
a year or so ago.
Those arriving from the cold and
wintery North during the past few
days are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mrs.
Dorothy, from the shoe and leather
city of Lynn, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. White, with
Miss Maye, from the smoky city of
Mr. Charles Oakley and Miss Mat- i
tie Oakley from that stronghold of
mosquitoes, called the state of New
Jersey. They are all members in!
good standing of the Star family. J
Miss Mary L. Goodnough, Mrs.
Conklin, Mrs. Champion and Miss
Glydas Jones, motored to Ocala one
day last week.
Mrs. Lewis Walker, of Coleman,!
visited with her mother this, last;
week, returning home Sunday. Mr.
Walker came up and accompanied her
Mr. and Mrs. Sands Ha viland spent
last Sunday in Candler, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Norton.
Miss Lottie Chambers left for her
home in Lake City Thursday after a
pleasant visit with her brother, Prof.
H. P. Chambers.
Mr. J. W. Fant made a little busi business
ness business trip to Belleview one day last
week. He and Mrs. Fant are nicely
settled in Ocala, and he has accepted
a very congenial position with one of
the oldest established business con concerns
cerns concerns in that city.
Little Miss Marienne Stanley cele celebrated
brated celebrated her tenth birthday last Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, December 9, and as a mark of
her esteem, she brought me a piece
of her birthday cake, which was
Mrs. Mattie Jones, after spending
several days visiting around among
her friends, returned to Inverness
last Monday; She is enthusiastic
over the progress and support that
Prof. Connor and his wife are re receiving.
Mrs. W. T. Evans came (down from
Ocala last Friday to the week-end at
Mrs. I. I. Nichols is visiting with
W daughter, Mrs. I. I. Strong, at
Mr. Frank Dorothy and Mr. Colby
Wellington rolled into town last
Monday afternoon, coming overland
from Jacksonville in their touring
car. After spending a couple of days
on the road. This completes the Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy household.
The Belleview Workers on Friday
night, December 17, will give their
famous annual supper where a hun hungry
gry hungry body can go and fill up to his or
her heart's content 'for. the small
sum of 15 cents.
There was a temperance mass
meeting held at the Methodist church
last Sunday night, to which a goodly
number of people attended. A regu regular
lar regular temperance program, was ren rendered
dered rendered and every one that attended
felt well repaid.
The cemetery association calls for
volunteers to help make Friday, De
cember 17, "a great cleanup day for
the cemetery. A good cause like this
should be well supported.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kendall are
building them a cozy little cottage,
wherein to set up housekeeping on
their own hook.
The Ladies' Aid will hold a thimble
party at the parsonage Tuesday aft
ernoon, December 21. Everybody come
and bring your own work and a dime.
Mr. M. M. Foxworth made a little
business trip to Jacksonville the first
of the week.
Mrs." Abbie C. Morrow Brown is en-
jowing a visit- from her daughter,
Mrs. Anna O. Harrod, from Ohio.
The circulation of the Weekly Star
is universal, and among its large list
of subscribers none enjoy it any more
than a number of our colored citi citizens,
zens, citizens, who look forward to its weekly
issue with great interest. A number
of our most substantial colored citi citizens
zens citizens have read the Star year in and
year out. And among them is Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Brown and his wife, Isabella,
jwho have just handed in the price for
ar other year's reading of the Star.
Minnie Tremere, writing from
j Southern college, says she is eagerly
j anticipating the day when she will
start for home to spend the Xmas
holidays. She is loud in her praises
of that co-educational institution, and
says that quite a number of boys and
tdrls living in and around Marion
county are taking advantage of this
Mr. George Blitch was one of th
welcome visitors to Belleview last
Mr. John E. Tremere strongly rec recommends
ommends recommends an application of kerosene
oil to the scalp as a preventative for
falling hair and baldness. This pre prescription
scription prescription of his doubtless explains the
luxuriant growth of flossy locks
adorning the top of his massive dome
The hawks have been cleaning the
voung chickens out of Belleview at a
lively rate. Among the sufferers is
Mrs. Newlands and 'Mrs. Bohanon,
who have lost a number of their best
h'ttle bMdies. The other morning the
two ladies stationed Mr. George New New-'ands
'ands New-'ands on the back porch, where the
nice cool breezes from the north
made it very uncomfortable sitting.
md instructed him to kill that hawk.
After sitting tWe four or five hour?
and smoking to Keep some warmth in
his body, hands in pocket, head erect,
a hawk swooped down,' grabbed a M-
rf'e, and was off with it before Mr.
Newlands could get his hands o" of
his pockets. As" long as the' critter
ad cornrriUed the deed he thought
he mVht as well renort progress. So
proiner into th nice warm, cozv house.
hn stated: "WaII. the hawk has got!
another ch'cken," and he has not
stODned yet, making explanations
why he did not get that hawk.
Blitchton, Dec. 15. Mr. B. C. Blitch
was on the sick list last week.
Mr. B. R. Blitch is quite sick with
Messrs. O. S. Sanders, W. P. Han Han-nonst
nonst Han-nonst Joseph Akin and J. M. Blitch
butchered their hogs last week..
Miss Legie Blitch entertained Fri Friday
day Friday night in honor of the following
Miss Opal Blitch, Paisley school;
Miss Mary Forbes, Fantville; Miss
Nogles, Morriston; Miss Bessie Blitch
Morriston; Miss Blanche Moody, Fel Fellowship;
lowship; Fellowship; Miss Emma Eklof, Blitchton,
and Mr. Rollie Barber, Morriston.
The other guests were, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Harris, Mrs. McMillion, Misses
Ada Blitch, Varina Blitch, Rowena
Hammons, Inez Peterson, Maude Fant
Maudie Fant, Leola Priest, Glenner
Howlin, Birtie McMillion and Ruby
Lenon. Messrs.", Oland Barber, Loyd
Peterson, Ferdinand Fant, Arthur
Fant, Fenton Blitch, Goree Blitch,
Roy Godwin, Grover Godwin, Labon
Hendrix, Claude Godwin," B. C. With Withers,
ers, Withers, Harry McCully, Porter Priest,
Arch Fant, Oris Willis, Alfred Pedric
Ceda Clark and Boyd Akin.
Mrs. S. H. Blitch and Mrs. J. J.
Harris served cake and punch during
Miss Nogles and Mr. Harry Mc Mc-Culley
Culley Mc-Culley won the prizes for the best
dressed doll out of a bottle, tissue
paner an da cord string.
Miss Emma Ecklof, Messrs. B. C.
Withers, Alfred Pedris and Arch Fant
tore out best animals from paper.
,Mrs. Guy Blitch will have as her
Christmas guests, her brother and
"styry Mr. and Miss Johnson, from
Mr. Bennie Hammons, of Barker Barker-ville
ville Barker-ville will spend part of the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hammons.
Messrs. Landis and Loom's Blitch,
of. Columbia college, Lake City, will
rrrive the 23rd for the holidays.
.They will have as their guest, Prof.
In All Kinds of Brick, Cement
and Artificial Stone Work
P. O. B. 358 Ocala, Fla
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
Can be supplied herein any quantity, either in bulk or hi
fancy packages. Our line of Box Candies is especially at attractive
tractive attractive this season, and our supply, of the famous
Is more complete than ever. These goods are put up in
all size packages to sell for 5 cents and upward. We have
a line of bulk candies ihat is especially desirable for
Christmas Tree packages, at very reasonable prices.
Prompt Delivery in the Ciiy
"JEWELRY" JEWELRY IS THE THING TO GIVE FOR
IT HAS MORE L-O-V-E IN IT.
TIS "SENTIMENT" THAT MAKES i LIFE SWEET, GIVE
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS TO THOSE YOU CHERISH, THEIR AP APPRECIATION
PRECIATION APPRECIATION WILL BE THE DEAREST THING IN LIFE TO YOU.
AND THEY WILL ENJOY AND ESTEEM THEIR PRESENTS
WHEN THEY COME FROM OUR STORE; OUR NAME ASSURES
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
The Reliable Jeweler
L. P. Irving, of Concord, Ga., who is
teaching, at Columbia.
Miss Emma Eklof will spend a
week with her mother, at Bay Lake.
Miss Opal Blitch will spend the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. R. Blitch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harris will take
an automobile trip to East Coast
during the holidays.
Mrs. T. J. Burgess expects to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Lillie Richard, at
Lake Butler, the last of this month.
Messrs. James and Raymond San
ders are planning a trip to Evinston
for the holidays.
Dr. Blitch arrived home Saturday
from the East Coast.
Everybody is rejoicing over our
county going dry. Let's keep it dry.
TO CURE CHILDREN'S COLDS
Keep child dry, clothe comfortable,
avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It is pleasant, sooth
ing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and re reduces
duces reduces inflammation. The first dose
gives relief, continued treatment with
proper care will avoid serious illness
or a long cold. Don't delay treatment.
Don't let your child suffer. Get a bot bottle
tle bottle today. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
25c at druggists. 2
Butter Nut Bread has the rfe'ht 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.x
A box of CRANE'S LINEN LAWN
writing paper would make a splendid
Christmas present. Get it at the Court
1-:-' ia - c 1
A middle aged man with four young
daughters wishes a steady, middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged white woman who can give best
of reference3 to keep house for him.
She would be required tb do the house
work with the assistance of the girls,
who attend school. A good home for
the right woman. Do not reply to
this advertisement unless you would
care to keep the position permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. If interested, write to G. L
Chandler, 610 Palm Avenue, Miami,:
Florida, or inquire at the Star office
for particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
Cold weathe is here. Get a bigger
lead of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mnh Phone 234. 3-tf
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Tronth and Gutters.
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Sheet Metal Roofing:.
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Imperial Rireted Culvert.
Turpentine Stills ant) Cnp.
Sheet Sletal Cornice.
Sheet Metal Skylights.
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General Sheet Metal TVrir.
Ask yoar dealer or write on for eata-1
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1915
to-AC -4V fY ,J$?Kpz$zM tew
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IL it. Carroll, General Mtjager Port V. Leaver.good, Business Manager
J. II. Benjanun, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class 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
Woodrow Wilson has only two days
tnore of freedom.
Its a mighty good thing Marion
county has gone dry. We have a
straight tip that the price of bromo bromo-seltzer
seltzer bromo-seltzer will go up 100 per cent on the
first of January,
The Columbia State, with its usual
aptness, says that a late Christmas
stopper is a counter irritant. Now,
you kr.ow you don't want to be called
anything like that.
Brother Paragraphers, let's agree
to .' hands off" the knee watches.
So, help us over the fence, we
haven't had our hands on one yet.
The people of Orlando are busy pre preparing
paring preparing for their mid-winter fair to be
held in February. Five counties will
center their exhibits at Orlando, nd
it is evidently going to be some fair.
Some people are ignorant. Lord
.Rosc berry, one of Great Britain's
foremost statesmen, said of Henry
Ford, that he understood that he was
the manufacturer of some sort of a
day in Jacksonville hoping to make
friends for his candidacy. .Tallahas .Tallahassee
see .Tallahassee Democrat.
No member of the Star staff was in
Jacksonville on "editor's day," and
from all we can obtain from the is issues
sues issues of his paper, the editor of the
Democrat is as ignorant and untruth untruthful
ful untruthful in his other statements about Mr.
Knott as he is in this one. We never
waste any time trying to argue with
a man who devotes the columns of
his paper to spite work, and it is evi evident
dent evident that the editor of the Democrat
would make any kind of a misstate misstatement
ment misstatement that he thought would injure
Mr. Knott. There is probably some
base motive behind his coarse and un untruthful
truthful untruthful viturperation, and whatever
it is time is certain to reveal it.
.... nr. - Trz-J 1 1 ruraik. T iu. & fc
K. OF P. AT DUNNELLON
It is foreshadowed that Austria will
-claim that the Ancona was sunk as a
"matter of necessity." No American
naval officer ever found it necessary
to drown vne woman or child, let alone
hundreds, and we hope this nation
Tffill die before it ever degrades itself
into thinking such a necessity can
We have received from Senator
Fletcher several packages of choice
4 garden seeds. Although we have no
place to plant the said seeds except
(he floors of our stag apartments,
which haven't been swept since some
f ;vmi loot enmmor wo Vi n vp -a numTiPr
f JamIn rrln AeHr4- n flAWOVO Q T 4
've will pass the beauty germs on to
Willis B. Powell overwhelms us to today
day today with his Christmas edition of
the Clearwater Sun, which he per pertinently
tinently pertinently calls "the world's greatest
country daily." The Sun surely i3 a
There was a district meeting of the
K. of P. at Dunnellon Wednesday
night which Was a great joy to all
There went from Ocala Knights
Gober, Ferguson, Howell, Wetherbee,
Leavengood, Potter, Benjamin, Jeff Jeff-coal;,
coal;, Jeff-coal;, Goddard, Lancaster, Baxter,
Adams, Rilea, Vandervorst, Jones,
Boyer, Walter and Lee Priest; from
Reddick, L. S. Light Jr. and S. F. Rou;
from Inverness, G. W. Scofield. The
party went in the cars of Messrs. C. B.
Howell, Frank Adams and Dallas
Jeff coat, beside two hired cars, and
despite the stinging cold had a good
trip both ways.
Dunnellon lodge is a live one. It
was instituted several years ago, and
though it has not such an immense
number of members, it yields to none
in its good works. The officers are
L. M. Kibler, C. C; W. C. Metcalf,
V, C; Jesse Moorer, prelate; L. K.
North, K. of R. &. S.; S. C. M. Thomas,
M. of A.; S. F. Groves, M. of W.; C.
E. Hood, I. G.; L. H. Knight, O. G.;
Dr. Griffith, M. of Ex.
State Organizer Sassnet was also
with the party.
The Dunnellon Knights warmly
greeted their visiting brethren, and
a couple of hours passed in discus discussions
sions discussions for "the good of the order."
At 10 o'clock the knights were call called
ed called from labor to refreshment. The
Dunnellon men led their guests from
Here is a Store Full of Un Unusual
usual Unusual Christmas Gift Oppor Opportunities,
tunities, Opportunities, and we cordially
invite you to come and'see how easy it
is to solve your gift problems, through the
aid of the many suggestions we offer.
Economy is certain and satisfaction assured, and, the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of selecting very real, because we have anticipated your
by choosing from the many lines offered us, articles, which
we felt certain would please you and meet your needs.
live wire, and that it can be kept shin
ing so brightly in a town the size of ,the hall down the street and around
rit i j 1 1 : t- A. i
the corner to a brightly illuminated
Clearwater is a big, wide, long bright-
blue merit mark to the town and the
India is not as far from Bagdad as
Better study your geography a lit little.
tle. little. It3 almost twice as far. Most
if not all f the distance from Bag Bagdad
dad Bagdad to Constantinople is covered by
rail or water transportation. From
Bagdad to India is mostly across des deserts
erts deserts or mountains that have been ter terrors
rors terrors to armies since the days of Semi-ramis.
room, where an array of well-laden
tables presided over by a bevy of
charming ladies gave bright promise
of a most enjoyable hour.
It seems that the ladies of the Bap-
itist church were having a bazar, and
the Dunnellon knights enlisted, them
in entertaining their visiting breth-
The Tampa Times Christmas edi edition
tion edition with eighty well-filled and well
. printed pages, is to hand. The Times
does not run to frills it is always
printed plainly, but everything is ar arranged
ranged arranged with the effective simplicity
that makes it easy for the reader to
obtain the contents of a newspaper.
'The eighty pages are well filled, there
ibeing much historical matter, as well
as stories descriptive of the city and
section. The Times prints a mighty
,;god paper every day this Christ Christmas
mas Christmas edition has interesting reading
for a week.
All progressive people in the state
will greatly1 regret to learn that the
Ttiossbacks of Pinellas have brought
legal proceedings to stop the bond is
.sue for good roads recently voted by
the people of that county. It will be
remembered that another bond issue
voted earlier in the year was held up
on a technical objection, and the peo people
ple people put to the trouble and expense of
holding another election. It is clearly
the desire of the people of Pinellas
If it is to be a practical gift,
why not make it a good pair of
shoes? Mother, Father, Sister,
Big Brother and even the little
tots will appreciate a remem remembrance
brance remembrance of this character. We
have bought and now .have on
display, extensive exhibits of
gift footwear of a quality that
we can vouch for and in a
range of styles to satisfy those
most discriminating in their
Many new niid-season styles
have been added to our ready ready-to
to ready-to wear department. All ad admirers
mirers admirers of distinctive apparel
should see this holiday display
which includes the very new newest
est newest models for both women and
of All A SUIT OR
No matter what other
gifts you intend to give
father or brother, you
should include in the
list a new suit or over overcoat
coat overcoat and from our very
complete showing of the
newest and best styles,
it is exceptionally easy
to find just what you
would like to give at a
price you would want to
pay. Bring his old coat
we'll get the size from it.
jS i Liu -2. u s"-i-r-.' I
Choose your Christmas here at "Store of Bargains"
and you will have more Christmas presents to give and
more in your purse. Our low prices save you money
on everything you buy.
(i ib fea
A Square Store on the Square
M t if .,- ;J,n,m in m Srt .ill
ft r l t'f rtihfclt-'-"-,-g-
ren. They not only had a most tempt tempting
ing tempting array of turkey, chicken, salad,
coffee and other good things, but the
sportsmen among the knights contri contributed
buted contributed a large number of quail, which
were temptingly added to the menu.
The ladies who had charge of this
excellent supper were Mrs. R. C.
Black, Mrs. L. M. Kibler, Mrs. S. N.
Strange, Mrs. J. T. Rawls, Mrs. J. W.
Dean, Mrs. C. C Lassiter, Mrs. Frank
Rice, Mrs. J. D. Brace, Misses Vada
Stewart, Nellie Cocowitch, Ada Knight
Plant City, Fla. "I can recommend
ut. nerees medicines. 1 t n,n'.Q vQ iatOT. lotr
1 WD VJUIUCU i 1 1 T-k
Medical Discovery f rcm Ocala, but much at home in Dun-
The 'Pleasant Pel-
, -r -yrf3. lets' cannot be sur-
-'i r'- f" Passed f or the Uver-
. 1 f I. have taken 'FaJ-
' vorite Prescription'
and found it very
J strengthening in
motherhood." Mrs. L. M. Anderson,
Plant City, Fla.
Get Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical Dis
covery to-day from any medicine dealer;
ting down of phosphate mines, and
many dreary months of business de depression.
pression. depression. ; Then another election was ordered,
and it would seem that from a bus
iness standpoint it certainly was the
time for Dunnellon to vote saloons in
again. They would bring people from j
all over Citrus and Levy counties and
a good portion of Marion, to spend
lots of money, and what difference did
it make if they raised some hell on the
side. Under the same circumstances,
almost any town wxmld have voted wet.
Dunnellon's answer to the proposi proposition
tion proposition was a three-to-one, and then
some, dry vote. On December 7, the
ballots counted up 77 against selling
to 24 for. Never to our knowledge
has a town so- emphatically stood up
for good against evil.
Even in her wild and woolly days,
gives new life and nellon. Their bright smiles and kind kind-energy,
energy, kind-energy, and there iy solicitude greatly added to the
is no better blood y i u
After the knights returned to their
hall. Cigars were lit and many bright
and witty sayings percolated thru the
smoke. A Star representative, on be
ing called on for an expression, said Dunnellon was noted for hospitality,
that from the gathering of knightly neighborly helpfulness and public
brethren in the hall, and the presence J spirit. These traits did not leave the
of the ladies at the supper, it was i Phosphate City with the saloon,
plain to him that Dunnellon was of) Dunnellon. is a good town with a
it is a powerful blood purifier, so pene- j the salt of the earth, and the sugar j splendid farming section around it.
The phosphate mines are bound to
reopen before many months, and then
it will be a better town than ever.
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and aim abudant
supply of soft water we are
able to give the public an
'exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
trating that it even gets at the impure
deposits in mc
of the system.
n j :r u v, ;
Depend upon this grand remedy to give
you the kind of blood that makes the skin
"1 Oft ViC Tv-vf Trl f 1 n4- 4-V 1r-nnM 1
ut3 ambition and energy into the entire j vx.w w,'-"""";',
was often trips to the Phosphate City
The meeting broke up about 11, and
body. You won't be disappointed. For i warm by burning the wind on their
free advice or free booklet on blood, write way home.
Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y
- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets not only
the original but the best Little Liver Pills,
first put up over 40 years ago, by Doctor
R. V.Pierce, have bsen much imitated but
never equaled, as thousands attest.
EVERY MARRIED COUPLE
Wx yevy xmcua, , contemDlate marrimm sbonlr!
to improve their roads, and the dog own thi3 complete bx)k of Life The
iu the manger attitude of the ob
structionists is a wrong not only to
their county but the entire state.
"Common Sense Medical Adviser," by
K. V. .Fierce, M. U. it unfolds the se secrets
crets secrets of married happiness, so often re revealed
vealed revealed too late. No book like" it to be
J had at any price. 100S pages bound in
The editor of the Democrat knows fSloth. Sold formerly for SI. 50.
and you know the reason he (Will
Knott) did not attend. He was mix mixing
ing mixing and mingling with the crowds (of
whom you were one) during editors
Special Offer: For a limited time we
will send one copy for 3 dimes to pay cost
of wrapping and mailing, to any reader of
this paper. Address, 663 Main St.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Dunnellon is one town which has
made a momumental record in its de devotion
votion devotion to morality. A few years ago,
Dunnellon, in the number of its sa saloons,
loons, saloons, and the consequent disorder of
the hangers-on of those places, had
almost a frontier record. As the
saloons attracted many people from
the adjoining counties, it was, from
the favorite standpoint of the liquor
men, the best of good business to
keep them running.
Then came the wet and dry election
of two years ago, in which Ocala
kept her saloons and Dunnellon' voted
hers out. Immediately after this came
the breaking out of the war, the shut-
A CARD OF THANKS
Mr. William Schmidt and family
wish to thank all their friends who
so willingly assisted them in their
Mr. William Schmid.
Mrs. Paul Schmid.
LOWELL SCHOOL HONOR ROLL.
Catherine Shockley, Amalia Nied Nied-ernhoefer,
ernhoefer, Nied-ernhoefer, Martha Niedemhoefer,
Gertrude Gladney, Lela Mae Gladney,
Edna Back, Lydia Beck, Genevieve
Hall, Amy Hall, Annie McGehee, My My-ra
ra My-ra Ray, Leonard Rou, Malcolm Ray,
Tommy Gladney, Edward Gladney, T.
We are prepared to ship you the famous Crystal River Oysters,
than which there are no finer on earth at the following prices:
Choice Selected, per Gal. S1.25
Choice Selected, per bbl. $2.00
All shelled oysters are shipp ed in sealed tins and reach you as
fresh as when taken from the wrater. We. solicit your orders.
GULF FISH & OYSTER CO.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
Oneal Green, Harold
LIVEN UP YOUR TORPID LIVER
To keep your liver active use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They insure
good digestion, relieve constipation
and tone up the whole system keep
you eye clear and your skin fresh and
healthy looking. Only 25c at your
Bear This in Mind
"I consider Chamberlain' Cough
Remedy by far the best medicine in
the market for colds and croup," says
Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Many
others are of the same opinion. Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
OCALA EVENING STAR.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1$, 1915
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IN AN ELABORATE PICTURIZATION OF THE MELODRAMATIC
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f 1
IF YOU HAVE AN ITEM FOR THIS DEPARTMENT, PHONE 106 j8
Until Christmas our store will
be open until 8:30 p. m. for the ac accommodation
commodation accommodation of our friends.
Rhcinaucr "& Co.
ftqitolia Meat Market-
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
larasof a Market
No. 10 S. SECOND ST.
Established Three Years.
CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
BEST FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH
Florida and Western Meats Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
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It Admits of No Debate I
PROTECTION from FIRE LOSS ;
Is of Even ;
IMPORTANCE TO YOU
Than the protection of the Country's
I represent the following, compan companies:
ies: companies: Insurance Co. of N. A.: Hanover
of N. Y., Equitable Fire & Marine,
New Jersey Fire, Rhode Island Fire,
County Fire of Philadelphia, 1 Wes Wes-chester
chester Wes-chester of N. Y., Nord-Deuteche of
Hamburg, First National of U. S.
E. IVI. OSB O
Thought for the Day members at the home of Rev. and!
Don't be a mischief maker. De mos' i Mrs. Stephens, was lare-e and inrlnHpH ;
good you kin do in dis world ain't many beautifully made pieces of S
much, but de mos' harm you can do j house linen, lingerie, bags, novelties j f
ana sucn like. The sale, including jg
i cakes nd candies also, was well pat-j
is a heap. Uncle Eben.
For Mr.s Weathers
Tomorrow afternoon Mrs. B. A.
Weathers will be hostess to an in informal
formal informal tea, honoring her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. B. A. Weathers of Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Williams and
daughter Joyce, have gone to Brooks-
ville to visit Mrs. Williams' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Zoller during the
The Glee Club of the University of
Florida is staging a musical comedy
to be given at an early date with Miss
Eva Futch taking the leading role.
Miss Louise DePass will take a prom
inent part. The Glee Club has often
times appeared at the Temple and if
it returns this year it will no doubt
bo greeted by a full house.
Mrs. B. S. Weathers is the guest
of Mr. Weathers' narents. Mr. nnr
Mrs. B. A. Weathers, arriving this af
ternoon from Jacksonville. Mr.
Weathers will join his wife Christ
mas eve night. This is Mrs. Weathers
first visit, to Ocala since her marriage
last spring and she is beiner extended
a Very warm welcome by those whom
she met during a former short visit, coffee and fruit cake
ana me nose oi mends of her hus-l
ronized and the ladies realized a neat
sum from their efforts.
Cycle Teas Pleasant Affairs
At bar home, 31 Dougherty street,
Mrs. L. W. Harley was hostess this
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock to a delight
ful cycle tea entertaining Mrs. Belle
Mershon, Mrs. Meade, Mrs. G. B.
Stien, Mrs. J. P. Galloway, Mrs. F. R.
Bridges, Mrs. Leitner, Mrs. Paul Du Du-rand,
rand, Du-rand, Mrs. J. T. Lancaster, Miss Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Lancaster, Mrs. L. A. Snow,
Mrs. R. W. Flinn and Mrs. A, A.
Winer. The ladies took their fancy
work and for an hour sewed and
chatted after which a tempting menu
of chicken salad, sandwiches and cof coffee
fee coffee was served.
At the Methodist parsonage Mrs. J.
M. Gross and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland
were joint hostesses at a cycle tea.
Invited by Mrs. Kirkland to be guests
at the tea were Mrs.tF. W. Cook, Mrs.
A. T. Thomas, Mrsl j. A. Bouvier,
Mrs. J. M. Luckie, Miss Cecile Downs,
Mrs. R. R. Carroll, Mrs. G. W. Martin
and Mrs. W. H. Wilson. Mrs. Gross'
guests were an equal number of spe
cial friends. Music and sewing were
the diversions arid concluding the
pleasant afternoon the hostess served
escalloped oysters, pickles, hot rolls,
Miss Blanche Whaley who is attend
ing school in Washington, D. C will
not return home for the holidays, but
will visit an aunt, Mrs. W. L. Well
born in that city.
One mefnber of Ford's peace party
is known personally to many in thi3
city Mr. F. L. Seeley, manager of
the Grove Park Inn, Asheville, and a
property owoier at Seabreeze. Mr.
Seeley expects to return to the Unit
ed States January 20.
The meeting this afternoon of the
Pollyanna club with Miss Annie At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson was the means of the mem
bers gleaning considerable informa-
tion about Geoffrey of Monmouth. Sir i
John Manderville, "The Robin Hood 1?:' If lVTT e
onj j i -n i- i nusicsa was assisuri uy ner sister,
Ballads and earlv Fno-lish rnofi-trLr,. . .
--e v. j
and prose. The meeting was an en
thusiastic one and well attended.
Mrs. F. R. Bridcres leaves in the
morning in her car to join Rev. F. R.
Bridges in Tampa and to attend con conference.".
ference.". conference.". She will be accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Francis
Bridges and Sam Phillips.
Miss Irene Tompkins, who has been,
very ill with grip and fever, is slight slightly
ly slightly better today.
Mrs. W. S. Turner, of Micanopy,
arrived yesterday for a brief visit to
her sister, Mrs. D. W. Tompkins.
,m m m
Miss Aylmer Pearce, an attractive
visitor to Ocala two winters ago, was
hostess recently to an informal bridge
at her home in Columbus, Ga. Miss
Ophelia Gray of St. Petersburg, a for
Richelieu Catsups and
Richelieu Queen Olives
Oxford and Russian
Let us contribute all these to the feast and make
it a perfect one
PHONE 199 FLA.
bride-elect, Miss Idel Shelton, as hon- j
oree. The rooms, opening en suite, i
were attractive decorated with' long
trailing vines of, southern smilax. A j
quantity of pink hearts carried out an j
effective color motif of pink and '.
white. Mrs. Thorpe, gowned in white )
braided net over white silk and trim trimmed
med trimmed with turquois blue, received the
CHRISTMAS EOX TO
A HOME MISSIONARY
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well chaiged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
ala lee & PacMiin Go
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STANDARD HAIL-ROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th inclusive, limited to reach original
starting point my midnight January 10th.
For rates or other information, call on any A. C. L. Ticket Agent or
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
Mr. Stiles McDoughal will arrive
shortly from Long Grove, Ky., to
spend the winter with his daughter,
Mrs. L. W. Duval.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greenwood
and young son left last nierht for
Jacksonville to reside. Durinsr their
residence in the city, Mr. Greenwood
?ad charge oftho shoe department of
Rheinauer & Co.
Mr. Donald Schreiber, who has been
ill with typhoid fever is now with his
frat brothers at his alma mater. Le
high University. Saturday Mr.
Schreiberr if he is strong enough, ex expects
pects expects to leave for Ocala to spend the
holiday season with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber.
The Arcadia Enterprise gives the
following account of a party given by
a former Ocala girl: Miss Dora Pe Pe-lot
lot Pe-lot entertained Monday evening in a
novel way for her home guests, Miss Misses
es Misses Angle, Randal and Arnold. The
nature of the entertainment was a
chicken pillau, given at the Owens
packing house. Music was furnished
by a Victrola, and the young people
found the packing house quite a lovely
place to dance. At a late hour the'
guests found their partners for sup supper,
per, supper, by slips of paper on which were
written names of fruit. A large table
was set with chicken, rice, salad,
cheese straws, coffee, wafers, and ev everything
erything everything tasted unusually good, for
the Pelots are noted for their good
v A bright event of this week among
the society set was the dance given
Tnesday evening by Miss Lucy Thag Thag-ard
ard Thag-ard at her home on Duval street.
Mrs. Herbert Letton, daughte or
Dr. and Mrs. A. .C. Hamblin, will ar arrive
rive arrive in the city early next week to
spend the holidays with her parents.
Her many friends in the city will be
delighted to see her again. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Mrs. Letton was before her mar marriage,
riage, marriage, Miss Minerva Hamblin and has
been an attractive visitor to Ocala.
In spite of the fact that the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist sewing circle has been filling or orders
ders orders right along, the display at the
fancy work sale held today by its
Miss Mabel Pearce, who also visited
in this city.
; New residents to Ocala include Mr.
and Mrs. Cummings, who moved today
from Muclan to the Taylor Bros, farm
on th- Lake Weir road, Mr. Cum Cummings
mings Cummings accepting the management of
the farm and Mr. and Mrs. Bascom
Adams and three children of Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, who are residing at 412 South
Pond street. Mrs. Adams is a sister
of Mrs. R. E. Layton.
Friends will be interests to learn
that there is a probability of two for former
mer former Ocala matrons returning for he
holidays Mrs. W. D. Richey of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, to visit Mrs. W. A; Knight, and
Mrs. G. C. Looriey of Atlanta, to be
the guest of Mrs. D. W. Tompkins.
Mrs. W. H. Barco and children are
guests of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Smith
en route to Martel to visit relatives
until after Christmas.
Mr." and Mrs. H. M. Hampton and
two children, expect to leave Thursday
tn their car for Arcadia to spend
Christmas with Mrs. Hampton's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr., and Mrs. H. E. Carlton.
Miss Bessie McKissack leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for her home at Fort Gaines,
Ga., to remain until New Year.
Miss Minnie Goldman, who has been
attending school in Savannah, will re return
turn return home next week, to spend the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Goldman.
The friends of Mrs. S. J. Thorpe of
Lake City, formerly Miss Annie
Rawjs of Elmwood, second daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rawls, resi residents
dents residents of Marion until recently, will be
interested in th? following extracts
frrm the Lake City Index:
A delightful event of the week was
the, miscellaneous shower on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. -S.
J. Thorpe, with Miss Cleavy Sheppard
as joint hostess and the charming
The Missionary Society of the Eap Eap-tist
tist Eap-tist church will send a box to one of
their home missionaries located on an
island off the west coast cf Florida.
The box will be packed at the resi-J
dence of Mrs. W. T. Gary on Fort
King avenue and will be shipped on
or about Dec. 2. This is a chance for
persons interested in missions to show
their interest in a practical way, espe especially
cially especially those who favor home mission
work rather than foreign. The fam family
ily family of the missionary consists of him himself
self himself and wife. Their measurements
for clothing may be obtained from
Mrs. Gary. Groceries and household
linen will also be acceptable.
The Fannie R. Gary Missionary So Society,
ciety, Society, Ocala Baptist Church.
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED
The Fuller dental offices have been
moved to the second floor of the
Union block, over Nash's store.
9-6t R.'D. Fuller, D. D, S.
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Wrk. Roofs repai ed or Re Re-shingled.
All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 437
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
From the Experience of Ocala People
IVe 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."
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
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. W atch the
columns of the Star for
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W. K. Lane. M. D Physician and
nrgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Buildinjr, Ocala.
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Have your prescriptions filled
where promptness and quality count.?
The Court Pharmacy. ll-6t
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.
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On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-'ar's
'ar's dol-'ar's worth of other groceries, for
?asb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
' ELECTPJC TRAINS $3.75 at TnE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Auto Scarfs and Veils af Fishel's.
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
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OCALA EVENING STAB.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1915
Where the Dead Lie Thick
Hills and in the Valleys of
man as the proportion of those killed
in the operations in the attack and
defense of Nancy.
Pious hands are caring for these
cemeteries, even so close to the battle
front that the German heavy artillery
'i often rakes up the sod and sends the
crosses flying in splinters. Flowers
?are planted on all the French graves
and the tri-color floats over many of
them. The graves of the Germans are
sacredlv protected but not decorated.
Pont-a-Mousson, France, Dec. 1-
(Correspondence of the Associated
Press.) French Lorraine is the
COT1 ON PLANT.
Cotton Plant. Dec. 15. We are
greatest cemetery in the world. Col- having some real cold days and hog
onies of dead, marked by lines of lining. is jn order,
crude wooden croses, lie everywhere j tj. m. Barco butchered two fine
under,newly formed sod at the edges hogs Tuesday and J. M. Brooks
of wods and thickets and in ravines j butchered several.
Germans and French. The shifting! Miss Carrie Barco returned last
of battle scenes may be traced by Tuesday evening from a week's visit
following them. They are thickest ner brother, W. M. Barco and fam fam-there
there fam-there where was fought the great ny at Rodman. She was accompan accompan-battle
battle accompan-battle for Nancy that began with the iej home by her two little nieces,
retreat of the French from Morhange Misses Marion and Wilma Barco.
and reached its climax during the Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and children
battle of the Marne. The number has 0f Ocala, who spent last week out
.l 11 -J Xl .....
Been conunuaiy sweuea since in here with the former's sister, re-
Xourteen months' struggle in the
Woevre and the Vosges.
Saint Genevieve, Essey, the Aman Aman-ces,
ces, Aman-ces, the Heights of Cuittes, Velaine,
turned to her home Sunday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Barco and chil children
dren children motored to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward and
Gerbevillers of the Grand Couronne' children and Mr. D. M. Barco and
de Nancy, Etain, the Eparges, the Miss Carrie Barco spent Sunday with
Bo.s Brule, the Bois Apremont, the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal, at Leroy.
Bois Saint Mansuy, and the Bois Le
Pretre in the Woevre are so many
cemeteries, nearly all of them with
crosses bearing names already illus illustrious..
trious.. illustrious.. Lionel Rieux, the poet, lies
Miss Helen Veal, of Leroy, was a
visitor to the Brick City Saturday.
Messrs. Turner and Harroun spent
Saturday in the woods and had very
.good luck, bagging a few quail and
Tuesday, when they voted our county
dry. It is no more a black spot on
the map of our state. We said all
honor to ihe voters, but then we must
not leave out the faithful women. Al Although
though Although they are not allowed to vote
yet, they did their part well.
But then we needn't say so much,
as the Star has already said every everything
thing everything that was needed. It is some
paper, speaking plain. Congratula Congratulations
tions Congratulations to its force of writers.
Mrs. J. M. Barco arrived last week
from the mountains of North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, to spend the winter here with
Mrs. W. M. Barco is expected to
arrive the latter part of this week,
and after a few days' visit here, will
go to Bowling Green to spend Xmas
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
The teachers of Cotton Plant and
Homeland schools will dismiss schools
Friday and spend a two weeks vaca vacation
tion vacation at their respective homes. We
wish them a very merry Xmas.
Mrs. L. A. Tucker called at Mrs.
C. R. Veal's Tuesday afternoon.
D. M. Barco carried meat to cold
A. C L. suKEDULE
at Essey: Paul Vial, who received a' doves.
bullet in his heart, in the Saint Man-1 Mr. and Mrs. .A. W. Woodward
suy Woods. Among the French bur- were visitors to Ocala Friday,
ied at Gerberviller is Jean Martin, one The Apropos Amusement club
of the heroic handful of chasseurs ( meets this week with Mr. and Mrs.
that held the Montagne there against D. N. Barco. The program committee
4000 Germans during the eleven have prepared an excellent program,
hours. Marcell Drouet is among Among other educational features is
those who lie at the summit of the a debate, subject: Resolved, "That
The dead lies thickest perhaps at
the world is growing better."
All honor to the voters' ... of
the Loisy Gap. After the Germans grand old county of Marion. What a
had captured Nomeny and Pont-a-
Mousson, they sent a regiment to
force this passage between two
heights, held by a single company of
Frency infantry. That gap became
the tomb of the entire regiment. The
cemetery of St. Genevieve is not so
dense but far more extended than that
of the Loisy Gap. The Germans, forc forced
ed forced by the resistance of the company
of infantry at Loisy to try to a flank
movement around the heights of
Sainte Genevieve, obtained a success
before the heights of Cuittes, where
Grench crosses predominate. It was
then, thinking he saw the route open opening
ing opening up for his troops, the emperor of
Germany issued his famous order of
the day: "Tomorow in Nancy." Sainte
Genevieve was still between His
majesty's troops and the Lorraine
capital; it is today the, cemetery of
most of them. The French, too, fell
in such numbers there as to disquiet
the officers, who called the attention
of Commandant M to the losses.
noble deed they executed on last
"No matter," replied the command commandant,
ant, commandant, "we won't give an inch." It re required
quired required an order from the general to
induce him to take up a stronger po position
sition position a little in the rear.
During the atacks upon the plateau
of Amance, captured on the 7th and
retaken by General Dubail on the 8th,
Emperor William is said to have ob
served the action from the edge of
the Moral Woods, behind which were
concealed the 10,000 horsemen of the
Prussian Guard his escort into Nan
cy. Velaine fell and Uhlane and Ba
varian infantry surged into the pas passage
sage passage between the two heights of
Amance. "If we can hold out the day
it will be a miracle," said the French
general in command. The 3-inchers
increased their fire to the maximum
speed just then and mowed those Uh Uhlans
lans Uhlans and Bavarians down before they
could debouch from the defile; they lie
there today in serried ranks over
which a weedy sod has formed. The
10,000 cavalry of the guard galloped
off toward Metz, and a parliamentar parliamentarian
ian parliamentarian with a white flag asked "in the
name of His Majesty for an armis armistice
tice armistice of 24 hours to bury the dead.
"In 24 hours," replied the French
general, "when the emperor shall
have given sepulchure to his thou thousands
sands thousands of dead, we shall be ready for
An estimated proportion of three
Germans to one Frenchman buried in
the battlefields of the Grand Couron Couronne
ne Couronne de Nancy, extending in a semi semicircle
circle semicircle from Gerbervillers to Pont-a
Mousson on the east bank of the Mo Moselle,
selle, Moselle, naturally takes no account of
the thousands of Bavarians dead re removed
moved removed at night by rail toward' Metz,
after the battle of Sainte Genevieve,
which decided the issue of the strug struggle
gle struggle for Nancy; nor does it comprise
the heavy death roll of the French in
annexed Lorraine, just over the fron frontier,
tier, frontier, in the disaster, of Morhange.
The evidence of those who have vis
ited all the battlefields of Lorraine
and those who helped pick up the
dead af the battle of Nancy tends to
the belief that taking the French dead
in German Lorraine and the German
dead carried from the field of battle,
there is no exaggeration in the esti estimate
mate estimate of three Germans to one French-
Go Worth by Sea
MERCHANTS MINERS T NS.G0
; New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service.; Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY. AGENT
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Pa?atka 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, .2:05
No. 49, Ocaia 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. 1
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50-p. la.
HERE you will find many attractive articles for Holiday Gifts. Many unusual
and distinctive designs have been secured for this season's business."
Watches Necklaces Bracelets Diamonds
Brooches Cufi Buttons Lavellires Rings
Lockets Emblem Pins Scarf Pin's Watch Fobs Cut Glass
Sterling Silver Solid Gold Valdemar and Cost Chains Fire China Waie
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LINE
J. E. ALLEMAN, THE JEWELER
Next to Express Office -:- North Main St.
HOTEL FIRE ESCAPE sGNS
The Star office has the regulation
hotel-room fire exit sign cards in
stock, as prescribed by the state law
nd the hotel inspector. Price, 25 for
$l;-50 for $1.50; '100 for $2 25. Pos Postage
tage Postage prepaid. d7-w-tf -11-25-15
Owes H er Good Health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets
"I owe my good health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G.
Neff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years
ago I was an invalid due to stomach
trouble I took three bottles of these
tablets and have since been in the
best of health." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
)IAJUOX-DCXN 3LSSOMC UOTKi
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A.. M., meets on the first and tnir
Thursday -evening of each month a'
8 :00v o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M
, Jake Brown. Secretary, Ad
CI1A IIkx O. 13, R. A. M.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
OK LAW AH A VALLET
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.
:30 a. m-
Nc. 71 Leave Talatka,
irrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:05 p
irrive Palatka, 5:25 m.
Holeproof Silk Sox at Fishel's. 3tw
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phoe 434. tf
Regular convocations of tlit Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on tat
rourth Friday in every month a;
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H, P.
Jake Brown Sec'y.
OCALA LOD'IE NO. 286, B. P. O E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
aud Protective Ordev of Elks, meets
'he second and fourth Uuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoftt-e, east siae.
I- H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelscr. Geise. Secietary. At.
woc mka of tub would
Fct King Camp No. 14 mbeta at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second ani fojrtb Friday. Vibitimr
rove reigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C.
Chas. K. Sa 'i Oerk.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. G.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
COXCORDIA LrODGi: F. V. OF A.
Concordia Looge, FraternaT .Union
of America, meets in Yong." Hal)
2n the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad
rKXlUHlV OK PYTHIAS
We are just in receipt of a delayed
shipment of Dolls, Toys, Games, Elec Electric
tric Electric Motors and mechanical toys at
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS very moderate prices. THE BOOK
from our own farm daily. Open night SHOP. 3t
and day. Merchants Cafe.- tf j
j Fishel still has some ENAMEL-
J Beautiful display of Ladies' and WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky cost. 3t-wky
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. Sn
aieetb at Yonge'a hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL
month at 7X0 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W." M.
Mrs. Lillian Mmmots, Sec'y.
Ocala Lodge No. i9. Conventlona
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hail, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
H-ha. K. ?ape. K. of R. S. nd
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday j
evening at 7:30 o'clock. "A warm wel- j
come always extend ;d to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G. ;
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
, r I
FULL LINE OF LOOSE-WILES' FRUIT CAKES 1 POUND AND UP.
IS sure to be made of the very best to be had if you buy your FRUITS at our store. This
season we have been especially careful in our selections for the Holidays.
Everything for your FRUIT CAKES and PUDDINGS.
"Cream" Flour, New Orleans Molasses, "Clover Bloom" Butter, Granulated Sugar
Seeded Raisins, Currants, Dates, Citron, Lemon Peel, Orange Peel, Cyrstalized Cherries, rra
Shelled Walnuts, Shelled Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Florida Pecans, Spices of All Kinds,
SMITH GROCERY COMPANY
OCALA, PHONE 434 FLORIDA
OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1915
Eastlake, Dec. 14. The Eastlake
Investment company's packing house
will cease operations on Wednesday
night for the holidays. Up to date
thirty-six cars of fruit have been ship-
of bronchitis. His friends are rejoic rejoicing
ing rejoicing in his convalescence. He hopes to
be able to return to Ocala within a
few days to resume his studies.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Johnson of
Whitefield, N. H., with their small
daughter, have taken for the winter
months the cottage belonging to Mr.
N. H. DeLane. Friend3 regret to
ped from thi3 point.
Improvements are soon to begin on j hear of the illness of the little girl,
the Eastlake Investment company ho- ; Electric thermometers are now be betel,
tel, betel, which is to be renovated andjing installed in the various fruit
painted throughout, in anticipation of j groves in Eastlake preparatory to
the season's guests. jcool weather, which may be expected
The Rose Cotage, which is occupied j at any time. The Eastlake InVest-
for the winter by Mrs. J. Merrinan
and her attractive little family, is
also to be painted.
Among the arrivals in Eastlake on
Sunday was Mrs. Cory of Springfield,
ment company's system has been re repaired
paired repaired and tested and was found to
work perfectly from every point with
which it is connected.
Mr. H. A. Evans of Ocala is visit-
Mass. She returns to the north with-1 ing friends in Eastlake for a few days.
in a few days and will be accompanied
by her grandmother, Mrs. Morril,
whose recent illness prevents her
from remaining in Eastlake for the
winter, as planned.
Harold Klock, who returned from
school in Ocala for the week-end, was
taken ill last Saturday with an attack
Mrs. H. B. Swope, who has recently
been suffering with an infected arm,
is rapidly improving.
It may be of interest to the resi residents
dents residents of Eastlake to know that the
town's altitude is 75 feet above sea sea-level.
level. sea-level. Mrs. D. S. Woodrow of Woodmar
( Continued from Page Twi.
will spend the holidays in Ocala with
her daughter, Miss Blair Woodrow,!
where they will be entertained by;
their many friends. j
Mr. Howard Lee, who has been ex-;
pected here for some time, has- arriv-
ed, and is proving himself a most ef-
ficient manager of the Eastlake In Investment
vestment Investment company's Cash Sstore.
HOW TO CURE COLDS
Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat
right. Take Dr. King's New Discov Discovery.
ery. Discovery. It is prepared from pine tar,
healing balsams and mild laxatives.
Dr. King's New Discovery kills and
expels the cold germs, soothes the ir irritated
ritated irritated throat and allays inflamma inflammation.
tion. inflammation. It heals the mucous membrane.
Search as you will, you cannot find a
better cough and cold remedy. Its use frieml ,.f Ulllh. Stauiey, tne young capi-
c h apt CP. ;;lvi.
-I Am Not John Powell!"
T her arrival in Los Angeles
Vivian Murstwu uiiracted the
ffA intention of Homer Graydon,
little of Vivian Marston. for it seems
she is ::a old friend of Powell and oul
earlier In the day. and the suave man manner
ner manner of Blair puzzled Luke. Blair told
him that he (Luke was well within
his rights in demanding a share of the
spoils Arthur's wealth.
"Call at the house." said Blair, "and
kick up a row. You'll get yours, for
I'll back you up."
Then when Luke had departed from
the office Rlair called up the police and
told them a threat cuing fellow was
hanging around the Powell mansion
evidently bent on blackmail.
Another caller at the Powell house
was Marmaduke Smythe. leal repre
sentative of the Earls of Stanley. lie
had never met Arthur Stanley. Arthur
being a fugitive from Virginia when
over 45 vears is a sruarantee of satis
On Saturday and Monday. 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one del del-lar's
lar's del-lar's worth of other groceries, foi
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
connoisseur of fair worn-
eu. i..i.;-e the accident to John Pow- j
ell. the newly rich young oil and
mining Lian. Homer Graydcn has seen e?i, tr
Earl of Stanley. But Blake, the Rich-
mond detective, had given Smythe a
letter to "John Powell" in Los Angeles.
Big Assortment of
Platters at FISHEL'S.
SZT Tk o WW fT TT YYTT TH TT7
, v QjJ
And as our entire stock must be closed out by
January First, it will be greatly to your interest to
call and see the hundreds of articles suitable for
HOLIDAY GIFTS which we are offering below actual
cost of production .;
You Will be Able to Secure Splendid Values in
We Quote You a Few Prices on Diamonds:
Ten Diamond Rings, real value
S12.00 to $15.00 for only
One Diamond Ring, real
value $89.00, for only
One Diamond Ring, real
value $79.00, for only
Two Diamond Rings, real
value $48.00, for only
Four After Dinner Rings, genuine, Diamonds set in
Platinum, real values at $125.00, $100.00, $85.00
and $75.00, for $89.00, $69.00,
SSiOO, and $55.00 respectively.
ONE AFTER DINNER RING, containing 23 genuine
Diamonds, with one large Canarien Diamond in the s
center, real value $190.00, for only
One Gentleman's Scarf Pin with nine
genuine diamonds, real val. $85, for only
All Mliicls of Musical IristFumsnts
IieolFS9 Sliott Giles Mllles, Etc.
Ladies9 and Gents' Gold Filled Watches, Stand Standard
ard Standard Movements, at Halt-Price.
You will find thousands of items here from which to select your Holiday
Gifts, and the prices which prevail will mean the saving of many dollars. We
mast close out by Jan. 1. Call and see us before making your purchases
Next to Ocala
taliat ;:Ld relative from the east, now j
in charge of Fowell's affairs. She is ;
also an' old friend, it would appear, oi
Dr. Duraud. Powell's private physician.
"In fact. VI." says Graydon to that
fair cbnrmer. "you seem to be an old
friend to everybody but me in this
Vivian smiled. She has met Graydon
in the park by telephone appointment.
Now th.:t her charge has recovered Miss
Mansion, who so capably nursed him.
has time for her social engagements
again. She must be tactful in social
matters, however, as Blair is jealous
and Iurund suspicious. But Graydon
is too f.ood a friend to lose, accord according
ing according to Miss Marston's way of think thinking,
ing, thinking, and unknown to the others con concerned
cerned concerned she has driven to the park and
kept her se ret appointment with the
"You have been cruel and neglectful
of me. Vi." -ontinues Graydon. "But
here is something in the paier that
may interest you. You Me razy about
diamonds, and I remem' r your telling
me of a wonderful me t broke your
heart when it was takcu from you by
train robbers. It was a wild story, and
I cannot say 4 believed it. But there
seem to be strange tragedies about big J
diamonds. Here, the paper says, is a
wonderful one that caused a triple tra tragedy
gedy tragedy t'li other day at the circus."
Vivir.n paled as he showed her the
uewt'iniper account. "Yes. I know."
she said. "I was there. It was a won wonderful
derful wonderful diamond and" she faltered "a
But she does not tell him the dia diamond
mond diamond was the veritable cem she lost
-Homer Graydon was a materialist. He
was skeptical of much he saw, and he
believed little of what he heard.
"He, he!" cackled the old man. "The
papers are full of wild yarns that
the circus owner gave the diamond to
the lady lion tamer, and the clown, her
husband, told his friend, the old lion,
the lady was unfaithful. The lion
killed Hie lady: the husband killed the
giver of the jewel. Then the lion
Blake informing Smythe that Powell
could tejl him something of the missing
As Vivian arrives and after Lake
left Smythe has called and has been
admitted. Flushed with wine and en enlivened
livened enlivened with drugs. Arthur is wild and
boastful. Smythe produces a newspa newspaper
per newspaper and speaks of the circus tragedy
and recovery of the great diamond.
"Suddenly Arthur dashed down his
wine glass and stood erect.
"It is the diamond from the sky!"
he cried. "I will buy it at the auction.
If you are the lawyer of the Earls of
Stanley, listen: I am the earl! I am not
John Powell, but Arthur Stanley of
Blair and Durand and De Vaux. who
were present; started in surprise at
this announcement. The lawyer's jaw
dropped, he stepped back a pace and
fell backward over his chair.
Just then the servant announced that
a rough fellow was at the door who
demanded to see Mr. Powell and Mr
The party left the library and cross crossed
ed crossed to the door. Luke had followed the
butler in! and Blair and Durand with-
', out ado seized the gj'ps.v and thrust
A policeman was waiting, and Luke,
struggling and protesting, was thrown
into an automobile and taken to the
station house, the others going along
as complaining witnesses.
At the station house Luke, strangely
silent now, was searched.
A claspknife and some silver coin
were all that was found upon him. and
then the policeman fished from an ob obscure
scure obscure pocket a small, creased, stained
slip of paper. It was a broken manila
band, such as are put around packages
of banknotes, printed on it -were the
.WELLS FARGO EXPRESS.
Over the heads of those closest to
him Luke glanced fixedly at Arthur,
who blanched and trembled. It was a
bis young mistress band and kissed It.
while contrite tears 'rolled down his
bronzed cheeks. Briefly he explained
what had happened.
"There Is but one thing to do." said
Esther. "Tell the truth. I am tired
of subterfuge and deception. I am
going back to my mother iu Iik-hmond.
She has "recovered, and sii need.- m.
I cannot shield Arthur nt ,ae expeuse'
of wronging any one. inucii as 1 Lave,
loved him and much as others have
loved him. If he has done evii things
he Is not worthy of further sacrihw-e
and silence. I know Blair Stanley to
be wkkeJ. as are all those who live in.
luxury with Arthur. So tell the truth."
"No. Miss Esther." said Luke huski huskily;
ly; huskily; "I will keep silent. They have dou double
ble double crossed me. and I will have re revenge
venge revenge in my own way the gypsy's
"There is only one course to follow,
my poor Luke." said Esther gently,
"and that is the open and truthful
"Do not mix up in this,", replied
Luke earnestly. "Go back to Ilagar
and ask her to forgive me and forget I
ever rebelled against her. 1 will at attend
tend attend to my enemies and to hers. I
will not harm Arthur if I can help it.
but on Blair Stanley and the others I
will have my revenge for their treach
ery. Tell Hagar that when 1 can get
away I shall return to her and servo
her and you faithfully again, my little
Luke's determination and contrition
were so evident that Esther made no
further attempt to change his mind.
She invoked a blessing on the rugged
gypsy and left him. convinced his loy loyalty
alty loyalty to her and Hagar was what it bad
been before money greed had led Luke
to evil courses and companions.
At the circus the auction was on.
Arthur and his quondam friends were
there; also, gloved and as though just
from a bandbox, the old beau. Homer
Graydon. Vivian divided her smiles
The tents, the animals, the circus
equipment generally, brought a few
listless bids and went at paltry sums.
Then came the event xf the sale, the
one valuable asset, the great diamond.
"How much am I offered, gentle gentlemen?"
men?" gentlemen?" cried the auctioneer.
"Ten thousand dollars!" cried Arthur.
"Mr. Powell bids $10,000!" cried the
auctioneer gayly. "Wlat else do I
"Fifteen thousand!" shouted Homer
There was a buzz of excitement as
John Powell, the mad young million-
pawed the bauble from the dead wo-' slip of paper such as had been around
man's neck, and a stableman jtole it. ; the train robber treasure Arthur had
Romantic to say the least, eh. what?" come upon in the desert, funds upon
"I was there." repeated Vivian. "1 which he had founded the great John
saw it all. The papers speak the Powell fortune!
truth I It had been among the bank notes
"Well, if you will be a good little girl
Arthur had given to Luke. It bad been
hidden among them and Luke had held
to it, when the money was gone, as evi
dence against Arthur, for Luke had
I'll go to the auction and buy this won wonderful
derful wonderful diamond for you." chuckled the
nM hon vivnnt.
"Will vou?" asked Vivian eacerlv suspicions where the money had come
"T will if rnn nrnmkn tr trva mi from.
these 'old friends' who have recently' "This looks like train robbery stuff V
monopolized you. Old friends? Pooh! said the desk sergeant.
Never mind old friends. Stick to good And then Durand spoke up. MIre-.
friends and you'll wear diamonds." 1 member this fellow." he said, pointing
"I will stick to good friends who to Luke. "I met him at a place said
get me the diamond." retorted Vivian, to be a train robbers hangout at the
"It is well enough to criticise my old mining town of Mammoth, where Mr.
friends, as you call them, but they Powell here was injured some weeks
have promised me the diamond too." f ago."
L "I'll get it for you. I'll outbid them e ii noiu mm uu we una ouu saw
if it costs every cent I haver cried sergeant. ixck mm up:
Graydon excitedly. And Luke wjis taken away.
Vivian smiled at the thought of the BJ the ald of tne Pollce station
compliment to her charms that several messenger, Luke got word of his plight
lo yuauuii aim jtsKeu iuai miuw uc
brought to see him.
Quabba apprised Esther by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. She had Just received a tele telegram
gram telegram ffom the convalescing Hagar ask asking
ing asking her to return' to Richmond, and
Esther had just wired In reply that she j
would come, guardedly adding that Ar- j
thur seemed to be under evil influocces
here and that she was discouraged re regarding
garding regarding him. ;
At the station house Esther briefly
explained that Luke had been a serv servant
ant servant of her mother In Virginia for years
and that she knew him to be honest.
Quabba waited for Esther. More
strange company, thought the sergeant.
But Esther spoke of Tom Blake, the
famous Richmond detective, and the
sergeant absolved her from suspicion,
especially when she winsomely smiled
and admitted she was of gypsy blood.
At the cell bars Luke Lovell seized
? f V 1
Vivian Marston Attracted th; Atten Attention
tion Attention of Homer Graydon.
would bid for the diamond for her
sake. Let the cost be what it xiay.
the diamond from the sky would be
hers, no matter who bought it.
Then Vivian bade goodby to Gray Graydon
don Graydon and drove away. During her ab absence
sence absence from the Powell mansion there
were callers she might have recogniz
ed. The first was Luke Lovell, set and
determined uHn what he called "hav "having
ing "having a square deal."
Luke. Lovell bad encountered Blair
Dr D. M. Boney
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 need 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 ri need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
OCALA - FLORIDA
There Was a Buzz-of Excitement
John Powell Doubled the Bid.
aire, doubled the bid. nigher and
higher rose the price proffered for the
diamond from the sky. The crowd
gasped as the bids went up and up as
though It were the Kohinoor.
"Going, going" droned the auc auctioneer.
tioneer. auctioneer. 'The last call. Am I offered
any more? Going, going gone!"
to be costisued.
Laws of the Vikings.
While the- vikings of the north
brought terror to many lands because
of their savage warfare, nevertheless,
be it said to their credit, no better
laws were made or enforced for the
time and people than theirs. Peace
among themselves they strove for. and
what words more fitting show this
spirit than the following: "Now let us
agree and be at peace, one with the
other, in good will, whether we meet
on mountain or beach, on ship or snow snow-shoes,
shoes, snow-shoes, on earth or jokul (glacier), on
the high sea or on horseback, as if
one find his friend on water or his
brother on the way. agreeing as well
one with another as son with father or
father with son in all dealings. Now
we join our hands together, all of ns.
and keep this truce, and all words spo spoken
ken spoken In this pledge of faith witnessed
by God and good men and all who hear
Perkins In Case and Comment.
OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, DECEMBER. 16, 1915
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
(Continued from First Page)
Shortly after the first war was
Toys, toy3, toys at Fishel's. 3t wky
Auto Scarfs and Veils at Fishel's.
Chaplin at THE BOOK
Mr. C. S. Cullen is expected home
the last of this week from a business
trip to New York.
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
Railroad Commissioner Blitch was
in towntoday between trains, on hi3
way back to Tallahassee from an of official
ficial official trip to Plant City.
See our line of fine candies, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, perfumes and baskets before
buying your Christmas presents.
Mr. W. F. Malcolm, one of the most
popular typewriter men in the state,
i. again with the Remington company.
He was in town today, greeting his
Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
kinds at the
We have a "complete line of ivory
bureau sets, also single pieces. Just
the thing for her X-mas present. The
Court Pharmacy. ll-6t
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
1 62 36
2 ..64 36
3 61 36
4 ..... 64. 32
5 ...69 40
6 68 40
7 65 44
8 61 43
9 66 43
10 65 36
11 71 .39
12 61 52
13 ........60 44
14 58 35
15 ........63 34
Partly cloudy tonight and Fr iday,
probably rain in northwest portion,
warmer northeast and central por portions
tions portions tonight; cooler northwest por portion
tion portion Friday.
The case of J. B. Ellis against the
Dunnellon Phosphate company fori
10,000 damages, which began yester-!
day in the circuit court, is still on as over, the fort was abandoned, and
v.e go to press. Both sides are fight- most of the people living around it
ing every inch of the progress of the removed to the neighboring village of
case, but it is likely that it will be dcala, which soon grew to a town and
j given over to the jury late this aft-; became the capital of the county of i
ernoon. i -iarion. ?
All signs of the old fort have long :
vanished. Sometimes, but very rare- j
ly, a bullet or a button has been
found cn the ground, but not even one
of these in the last thirty or forty
Saturday, Dec. 18, 10 A. 31. to 5 P. M. years. 1
i Site of the Fort Is Now an Old Field
DOLLS IN ALL STYLES j The fort stood in what is now an
Candy and Fancy Work Also on Sale old field. It is not marked. It is pret-
k e jtily situated for a town, and it would
ihnve hepn hettpr for Ocala had the
Embroidery Circle of the Presbyter-!c,ty bujlt up round the fort instead
" of crowing up at its present site. For
. j one thing it would have been nearer ;
i to the invaluable Oklawaha river and I
DRESSED DOLL SALE
GERIG'S DRUG STORE
FiUlTS FOR CHRISTMAS
At our new store r.ext to FISHEL'S we have a com complete
plete complete line of choice
FRUITS, NUTS and CANDIES
for the HOLIDAY TRADE. Our entire stock of Fanci
uiaua hlh. x-ez us serve you. J- ec Deliv
A FEAFUL PRICE Silver Springs, to which the town uon fteld in e iieicjtvUle district on
must look for water freight rates. November 16 to determine whether
See the line of manicure sets for
Christmas at The Court Pharmacy. 6t
We have a full line of Kodaks and
Brownies suitable for Christmas gifts.
Rotterdam, Dec. 15. Prussian cas-. The lay of the land also in every way tney would change the boundaries or j
ualty lists numbers 380 to 389, accord-'fits it for location of a town. No not, were presented and canvassed. It j WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
ing to the Rotterdamsche Courant, doubt that Ocala will grow back to it was found that there had been two! SALE, FOR RLNT AND SIM SIM-contain
contain SIM-contain the names of 65,340 killed, in time, the city's best avenue, Fort! vctes cast for the change and five ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
wounded and missing, making the to- King, being laid on a line and stead- i votes cast against the change, so the
tal for the war 2,244,248. This to- ,ily growing toward it.
tal is exclusive of the names of 237 J j
Bavarian, 310 Wurttemburgian, 233 BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION i
Saxonian and the naval and furkish r
j board declared there would be
PEARY FAVORS SWISS
Ocala, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 1915.
The board of public instruction in
and fnr Marion rnuntv. met in rpfu-!
A communication was presented
from the state comptroller in regard
to the collection of the taxes due by
no i WANTED At once, a crew of men
!to do sawmill and tram road work.
Limestone Manufacturing Co., Lime Limestone,
stone, Limestone, Fla. 14-tf
Mr. Tom McGuire after an illness
of several days at the hospital, is able
to be out.
Our Christmas stock of Ivory Pyra Pyra-lin
lin Pyra-lin has arrived and we have the best
stock ever. Gerig's. tf
Beautiful display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Mr. Ralph Robinson is now at Bay Bay-shore,
shore, Bay-shore, L. I., spending a few days with
friends Last week Mr. Robinson
spent several days with Mr. Donald
Schreiber at Lehigh, Pa.
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies py express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
The friends of Mr. J. F. -Webber
and family will regret to learn that
hey lost their home out near the fair
grounds today. The house was be
yond the water limits, and the fire
iad gained too much headway to put
out with the chemical. Except a part
of the furniture, the family lost all
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
NATIONAL CARTOOfl SERVICE CORP. N. Y.
(worms'.! W t
"veee Joab '.''.' """"
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake.
t is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them .11 the time.
tf Carter's Bakery.
the Ocklawaha Valley Railway, and j WANTED A young man to canvass
tna T. & J. Railway. j Marion county; a good proposition for
MILITARY SYSTEM lar session at 2 m.. at their office. lue .t""" 1 right man. Start now. Write to E.
! with all members present and acting 7? T mn'nS l s- care 0cala Star' 13"3t!
New York, Dec. 15.-The adoption ag follows: G. S. Scott, chairman; B. w yu.
of the Swiss system of, military tram- r. Blitch and J. S. Grantham, mem mem-ing
ing mem-ing b'y states and the establishment of bers, and Superintendent J. H. Brin-
an adequate aerial coast patrol as the son, secretary.
Correspondence between the attor- 1 F0R RENT Store room now beintr
neys for the board and F. W. Long & used by the pawn shop. Possession on
Co., contractors on the Ocala high ; januarv lst. 'AbdIv at Pawn ShoD.
means of preparation for national de-f The matter' of the closing the f1? buil?ne h reffrence to the Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
, . . : 45 Taiilt.v work on trip rnnf. wn; nrp.
The "fire department turned out this
afternoon, to fight a woods fire near
the limekiln in the southwest part of
town. Only the chemical could be
used, but with the help of volunteers
it checked the fire.
fense were urged by Rear Admiral schools of the county for the Christ
Robert E. Peary, U. S. N., retired at mas holidays was discussed and it
a dinner of the Economic Club of New wa3 agreed to leave the closing to
York here last night. j local arrangements, provided that all
; schools must close not later than
Why You Should Use Chamberlain's Thursday afternoon before Christmas
iougn. iieineuy. . and open on Monday January "3 1916
. Because it has an established repu-l w an M found to be apparently correct. It
taiion won uy its guuu wurK&. -t i j i i jut- tii
Because it is most esteemed by Barksdale, trustees, and Miss Isabel
those who have used it for many Mays, principal, of the Dunnellon
years, as occasion required, and are school calIed and presented a claim t WA n n-T A o, 7
best acquainted with its good quali- : .n fou' AtoT. Q ?0ol.74; Citra, $4o5.92. Total,
ties. ,. S'i,114.80. Receipts for county fund
faulty work on the roof, was pre
sented, in which, the company under- jF0R RENT A nice parlor bedroom,
tvkes to do the work over according wilh fire grate; also rooms for
to specifications. Slight housekeeping. Apply to Nj..
The treasurer's report was pre- j 600 Fort King Ave or telephona
sented and checked over and com-1502. 9-6t.
pared with the vouchers returned and '. :
WOOD We can deliver on short
notice any kind of wood, pina or oak.
Converse Mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
Rfnnsp if Innson and relieves a discussion ot tne matter it was agreea
7 ; , , itb lunuvvs; jtnunce on nanu, iovem-
cold and aids nature in restoring the to grant the teacher for the part of rt0 c-
system to a healthy condition. the term beginning after the holidays 92' f stroller for
tireJlr0t Cntam CplUm r minutes of the meeting held on P- 27f''co
any other narcotic. 7 for hunting license, $107; tax collec-
noveraoer ana o were reaa ana ap- . .. ,
, i tor for extra collections and extra
polls, $122.94; same for extra collec-!
Because it is within the reach of all
It only costs a quarter. Obtainable ; proved as read.
showed conditions "as follows: Bal Balances
ances Balances for bond interest and sinking
funds for Ocala, $1,707.14; Dunnel-
LOST One mr.::ra sized, black and
vvhite pointer dog, named Mack. Black
spots on head, back and over tail.
Toes of left hind foot crushed. Runs
occasionally on 'three feet. Last seen
?. tout ten days ago "with Mr. Goldy
Barnes on Shady Grove road.Infor-
HOSPITAL TAG DAY TnE 17TH
1: 11 J.. A I I
Mr. Stokes of the Ocala National 7 n f-o nV rW i z;iaLlu" K8UU,b lu 1115 reiuI"
ibank, called and discussed the mak- """; v..f tu. ueore acxvay, wcaia.
!. . .- county for county line pupils, $20; t
ling of bond for depository of the ,, ,.
sinking "fund and interest funds of ixikjuh, iu iini un uorotny
The ladies auxiliary board of thqlthe dfstricts that had. bonded. The !tate' .?ne J?'" taJ $??1?;84 1 1(aT1jeet; modern conveniences. Apply
Marion Conntv Hosnital has decided i--tZ from Mrs- Iaude Horne, $4?800; tax j t.v A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
-stciciai v was msu uticu iu ivmu liic .ni -tntt n i net
SEE TEE I1 ARM on the Sliver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
to have a "tag day" on Friday, De-! comptroller full information about
cember 17th. Everybody in the county te amount-of the funds to be col col-is
is col-is vitally interested in this cause and iected to meet the sinking fund and
it f is hoped every good citizen will bond interest in the several districts,
wear one or more tags, showing his Rfvisinflr'. him that the Commercial
Liilterest. l"Rnk nf Orala. the Ocala National
bank and Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National bank had signified their inten-
The Baptist sewing circle will hold
its Christmas bazaar Thursday, Dec.
16th, from 10 to 5 o'clock at the home
of Rev. and" Mrs. Bunyan Stephens.
There will be on sale a full line of
beautiful fancy work articles, cakes,
candies, salad dressings and such
Commencing with 1916 all employes
of the Western Union, including mes
sengers, who have been in the service
of the company continuously for two
years, will be given two weeks vaca vacation
tion vacation each year with full pay. Those
who have been in the service only one
year will be given one week vacation.
collector for 1914 collections, $64.72:
tuition in Dunnellon colored school, j FOR RENT One of the best located
$1.50; tax collector for 1914 collec- j stores and best -stands in the city, lo lotion?,
tion?, lotion?, $299.33. Total, $13,013.80; to-;catad on the puUic square, is for
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
tal disbursements m warrants taken ijent January lst.
up, $14,200.07; deficit, $536.27. I ran Qcala, Fla.
The following balances from dis- j
. Apply to B. Gold-dly-wky-tf
trict funds were shown: Ocala $394.47 pqt re NT Well located and nicely
f 1 Anc r-F tnv i xmr r nniflv Tno lOTiT t'
viuiio ui uuaiuviiiK uiraci vuc a v -r :n sn a on T ill rtor t -
South Lake, Weir, Dec. .16 Mr.' beine designated as depositories of tT ,T un"?no1 ;'"M the Colonial; also for light house
, .i.Vi j Jveuuicr, o.uo, fins jukki
Milton Albertson has started up his these funds for the Ocala and Citra
packing house. (funds and the Bank of Dunnellon for
Mrs. E. C. Brown and son Karl Of the Dunnellon funds, and that he be
Webster, came up Saturday and spent requested by the board of public in in-the
the in-the day and Sunday with Mr. 4 and struction to name the amount to be
Mrs. Gates. required of the several banks to be
" t- T-t rw 1 1. f
ivir. r. -.wicKer nas movea m furnished in bond.
Mayville $118.59, Weirsdale $851.21
Citra $43.13, Griner Farm $4.14. Buck
Pond $204.97, Fellowship $14.73,
Electra $42.36. Sparr $8.22, Candler
$546.68, Blitc-hton $91.77, Martel
keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
OKLAWAHA SCHOOL REPORT
The following named pupil3 were
I perfect in attendance during the
$465.27, Fort King $161.42, Capulet j month beginning November 8th and
his own house, having lately come
here from California.
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald are again
occupying one of Mr. Bickley's cot cottages.
Mr. and Mrs. Eliot from Plainfield
arrived last week.
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
Big Assortment of
Platters at FISHEL'S.
Fishel still has some ENAMEL-
A CHURCH SOCIAL
rm. v a a- a Ar 2-72- Un&dzl& $275.45, Cotton Plant lending December 3: Dorris Driggers
i T. L I j $235.95,. Oranare Lake $266.57, Oak j Pearl Blair, Agnes Marshall, Elsie
weflnesaay, uecemper Hill $58.83, Moss Bluff $17.17, Fair- j Smith, Bessie Blair, Hah Nixon, Zell
.The boarf met with all members Hffl carter Mittin, Irene Martin, Earl Lewis,
P.!TlfT.. .-eJ0ak Pedro f 12.52, Kendrick j Artie Scott, Elliott Connor, Oney
. $i 93.83, Ocklawaha $260.40, Heidt Heidt-mmms
mmms Heidt-mmms on the bonds of the board ... Tr;n ir-??;7
members being due it was ordered .iitm
Mr. M. S. Carnahan and daughter, that these amounts be paid from S;".
T;n --; ; j . , Summerneld $91.92, Homeland $50.74,
Ethel will arrive m a few days now. j county funds as prodded by-law. !shiloh $1414 TM $6f716.58.
I Mr. Scott of the board of trustees , .-ha
Tnv w, tv vih 5f wwL .t. t..:-.iJ --n-j a No further business appearing the
session on Tuesday. January 4. 1916.
' J. II. BRTNSON,
There will be a church social at the
home of W. J. Young on the Sharps
Ferry road, one half mile east of
where the Silver Springs road brach brach-es
es brach-es off, Friday night December 17.
Chicken perlo, pickles, sandwiches!
and coffee will be served from 7:30
to 9 o'clock. The proceeds will be
given i for the benefit of the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood church.
LATE TOY ARRIVALS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Giyes More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
We have just received a large ship j
men of toys for the holiday trade j
that were delayed in shipment. Tha i
goods arrived today ,the 15th, and j
will be on display tomorrow in oul
holiday store, next to the Book Shop,
. ; The Book Shop, j
Laughter A c's Digestion
Laughter s cne ci the mostg health healthful
ful healthful exertions; ;t is of great help to
digestion. A "still more effectual help
is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. If
you should be troubled with indiges indigestion
tion indigestion give them a trial. They only
cost a quarter. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
the future of Ocala and
its rich back-country.
Even during these un un-,
, un-, certain times men are
coming trom elsewhere
to profit by this city's
Cities and towns every everywhere
where everywhere are clamoring and
paying for "new indus industries!"
tries!" industries!" Ocala is getting new in industries
dustries industries with little or no
Haven you given thought
to this fact?
Why not make an invest investment?
ment? investment? The time to buy real
estate it is cheapest ancl
has a future.
LOUIS R. CIMZM.
& SONS CO.
ported that the pump was out of or
der and he was authorized to have
same fixed to the best advantage.
It was mentioned that the state j
treasurer's office was ready to accept!
and pay for the bonds to be issued by j
the Citra district upon presentation!
cl these bonds and it was ordered that State
the chairman and secretary proceed
to have same executed and delivered
A communication was presented
from Mr. S. J. McCully, farm demon-
Meet in Tallahassee
Editor Ocala Star: The Florida
Educational Association will meet at
Tallahassee on the evening of Dec.
stration agent, notifying the board 25th, at eight o'clock, and will be in
that Hobert Blair, of Ocala, had pro produced
duced produced 84 54-56 bushels of corn to an
acre, and was entitled to the short
scholarship course at the state uni university
versity university promised by the board and it
was ordered. that he be notified ac accordingly.
cordingly. accordingly. An account of E. F. Wilson for S5
for fixing the pump at the Bay Lake
school was presented and also a let letter
ter letter from the supervisor of the school
advising against paying it and the
board deferred payment for the ac
count to be revised or further ex- a special train leaving Jacksonville
plained. 110:30 a. m. Dec. 28th, and will fur-
The matter of the meeting of thejnish excellent accommodations. As
State Educational Association wa3,the only train entering Tallahassee
discussed and it was recommended j from the east or the west, it will be
that as many of the teachers as could. the official route to and from the as-
Price, Clyde Scott, Harrell Martin,
Hubert Price, Henry Connor Howard
Driggers Hugh Blair, Oran Price, Ho Horace
race Horace Blair and Charlie Scott.
J. vv. Mann, Teacher.
session until the afternoon or even evening
ing evening of December 30th.
-An excellent program has been pre
pared by the executive committee; I
speakers of distinction from points
outside of Florida and strong men
and cultured women of Florida will
deliver lectures and addresses; the oc occasion
casion occasion will be full of interest; the
proceedings instructive and helpful;
every teacher in Florida is urged to
The Seaboard railway will operate
do so attend.
The secretary reported the resigna
tion of Mrs. Charles Driggers ashmen and women interested in educa
Again not only teachers but also
teacher in the Pedro school and the
appointment of Mrs. M. L. Proctor to
( finish the unexpired term.
1 The election returns from the elec
tion are earnestly exhorted to attend
this meeting of our association.
A. P. Montague,
Pres. Fla. Educational Assn.
As soon as an attack of rheumatism
begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't
waste time and suffer unnecessary
agony. A few drops of Sloan's Lini Lini-mexlt
mexlt Lini-mexlt on the affected parts is all you
need. The pain goes at once.
A great sufferer writes: "I was suf suffering
fering suffering for three weeks with chronic
rheumatism and stiff neck, although I
tried many medicines, they failed, and
I was under the care of a doctor. For Fortunately
tunately Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment
and after using it three or four days
am up and well. I am employed at the
biggest department store in S. F.f
where they employ from six to eight
hundred hands, and they surely will
hear all about Sloan's Liniment." H.
B. Smith, San Francisco, CaljJan.
iyio. At an druggists. z
EASY TO TAKE ;
NO PAIN OR ACHE
It's no longer necessary to bear the
weakening sickness and terrible nau nausea
sea nausea that always follows a dose of cal calomel.
omel. calomel. LIV-VER-LAX cleanses the torpid
liver, and likens up the whole system
by ridding it of the clogging poisons.
Yet it works so gently and pleasantly
that you hardly know you've taken it.
LIV-VER-LAX, being purely vege vegetable,
table, vegetable, is absolutely harmless, and does
not tear up the system like calomel.
And its guaranteed to be satisfactory,
or the druggist will return your mon money.
ey. money. For sale at 50c and $1 at Gerig
Drug Stores. Adv.
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