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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03270
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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TAFTS 13,NO-MLE TOUR


During the Next Two Menths, the
President Will Visit Thirty-fiv
States of the Union


Beverly, Mass., Sept. 13.-But three
days remain of the president's vaca-
tion. Tuesday morning Mr. Taft will
bid adieu to Beverly. He will prob-
ably motor Into Boston from his sum-
mer home here. Tuesday night he
will be the guest of honor at the ban-
quet of the Boston Chamber of Com-
merce. The following morning at 10
o'ckock he will start on his long Jour-
ney back to Washington, a Journey
that will carry him through thirty-
five states and territories of the Union.
The first stop will be Chicago, where
be will speak at a banquet Tuesday
night From Chicago he will journey
-trough the northwest, making stops
at nearly all the principal cities.
During his tour the president will
traverse the Royal gorge of the Rocky
mountains, will visit the Seattle ex-
position. will spend three days in the
Yosemite valley, will stop off at the
Grand Canon of the Colorado. will
spend two days with his sister in Los
Angeles, will greet the president of
Mexico at El Paso, will take a four
days' sail down the Mississippi, from
St. Louis to New Orleans, with varied
stops en route, and will spend four
days on the ranch of his brother, Chas.
P. Taft. near Corpus Christi. Texas.
Leaving New Orleans on November 1,
the return to Washington wll be
made by way of Jackson. Miss.: Co-
lumbus, Miss, Birmingham, Ala.;
Macon. Savannah, Charleston, Augus-
ta. Columbia, Wilmington and Rich-
mond, arriving at home on the even-
ing of November 10.
The president will be accompanied
throughout the trip by Captain Archi-
bald W. Butt, military aide; Wendell
W. Mischler, assistant secretary; Dr.
J. J. Richardson, of Washington. D.
C.; James Sloan, Jr., and L. C. Wheel-
er of the secret, service, and Major
Arthur Brooks, the president's confi-
dential messenger. Six newspaper men
will make the trip. and for short dis-
tances the president will have for
company numerous governors. United
States senators and other men In pub-
lie life.

I THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM
was seen In the red face, hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams.
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight
from eczema had, for five years, de-
fled all remedies and baffled the best
doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But," writes his
mother, "seven bottles of Electric Bit-
ters completely cured him." For erup-
tions, eczema, salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters is supreme. Only 50c.
Guaranteed by all druggists.

EXPERTS WERE APPOINTED


By President Taft to Assist in the
Administration of the New
Tariff Law
Beverly. Sept. I1.-President Taft
announces the appointment of the na-
tional tariff commission as follows:
Prof. H. C. Emory, of Yale. chairman;
James B. Reynolds, of Boston; Alvin
H. Sanders, of Chicago. The board is
authorized to employ experts to In-
vestigate the foreign and domestic
tariff.
The tariff commission will assist
President Taft in the execution of the
new tariff law, especially applying to
the maximum and minimum clauses
to the nations unfriendly to the United
States. No announcement of the
amount of salaries the commission is
made. Congress appropriated $75,000
to cover the salaries and expenses of
the investigations of the commission.

TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Center, N. Y., G. B. Burhana,
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and aft'-r
four years I am again pleased to sta*e
that I have never had any return of
those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. Sold
by all druggists.

ASKED FOR MORGAN'S AID

Greatet of American Financiers Will
Care for Harriman's Stocks
Arden. N. Y., Sept. 13.-One of the
last men to talk with Edward H. Har-
riman before his relapse of last Sun-
day that ended. n his death, was J. P.
Morgan. The financier came to the
Arden house Thursday of last week.
when the encouraging Improvement
noted in Mr. Harriman's condition was
at its height, and in spite of his bodily
weakness, the head of the Union Pa-
cific was as well fitted to discuss bust-
ness as at any time in his life. For
nearly two hours the two leaders of
American finance sat on the porch In
the sun. It is believed that at this
conference plans were laid to support
the financial market in the event of
Harriman's death.


TO BE HAPPY
you must have good health. You can't
have good health if your liver is not
doing its duty-slow but sure poison-
ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
r.... *the stomach and bowels right


SOUTH AMERICAN :QUABBLE
HAS SIMMERED DOWN

I Rio Janeiro. Sept. 1 3-A treaty con-
cluded Friday by B.aron RI, Itranco.
the Brazilian minister of foreign af-
fairs, and Senor l.ernan V'elard*-. the
Peruvian minister, has put an end to,
the frontier question bntww-cn B'razil
and Peru in the Amazon. Each coun-
try retains its actual possessions in
the Amazon.


IT SAVED HIS LEG


"All thought I'd lose my leg." writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis.. "Ten
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptions.
eczema, salt rheum. hbils. fever sores.
burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
all druggists.

SPANISH ARE SUCCEEDING

Melilla, Morocco. Sept. 13.-Rein-
forcements to the number of 11.000
men have arrived here.
General Marina, commander of the
Spanish forces in Morowcc. continues
to advance his line. with the object of
outflanking the Moorish pIwition at
Mount Gurga.
The Spanish advance columns have
encountered many natives who beg for
the restoration of peace.
WARNING

Do not be persuaded into taking
anything but Foley's IHoney and Tar
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, h-iy
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
stops the cough and heals the lungs.
Sold by all druggists.


TIE UP YOUR DOG

If he is Vicious, and You Want Uncle
Sam to Deliver Your Mail
Washington. Sept. 13.-Mail carriers
are not required to deliver mail at
residences where vicious dogs are Iper-
mitted to run at large.
As a protection to mail carriers, the
following resolution has been adopted
by the postofflce department:
"Carriers are not required to deliver
mail at residences where vicious dogs
are permitted to run at large. Per-
sons keeping such dogs must call at
the postoffice for their mail."

HAVE YOU A BABY
Then watch it closely. And above
all things don't let it suffer for any
length of time with worms-that If
fatal. If its complexion gets yellow
and pasty, if it is listless., cross or
peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatiu-
lence give it White's Cream Vermifug".
The only cure that never fails and has
no bad effects. Sold by all druggists.

PAID TO BE A POET

New York, Sept. 13.-That Blood-
good Cutter, former poet. I,ossessed a
fortune of nearly $1.000.000 became
known yesterday when the attorney
for the executor of his estate filed his
accounting with the surrogate of Nas-
sau county at Mineola. Mr. ('utt,.r
left $900.462.95. The will makes the,
Bible Society of Manhattan the chl f
beneficiary, about $635..000 going to
that organization.

KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER

A merciless murderer is nppcendiciti-
with many victims. But Dr. Kinc's
New Life Pills kill it l.y pr.eve.ntio:..
They gently stimulate stomach, livcr
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis. curing cn-
stipation, biliousness, chills, m alar;a,
headache and indigestion. 25e at all
druggists.


SHE CAN THROW STRAIGHT


Power
Mix together one package k4 M
Cra pfwtu (any Savor) and two heap-
r.r trale:ersonfuls of corn starch. Dis-
solve in a little cold milk. Stir thismix-
ture into one quart of boiling mil and
cook until sufficiently tbick. usually from
one to two minutes. Serve with milk.
Scream or any good pudiang sauce. Use
double boiler orstir constantly to present
scorching. May be garnished with taw-
b bcrris or any small fruits.
Stir a package of Jell-O Ice Crem
Powder into a quart of milk md
make two quarts of fine ice cream at
one cent a dish.
S Illutrated Recipe Book re.
TLH -u- e p-ur C -BN.Y


ICE! ICE!


Bay ke Fro Id Wems

They say, but if you will examine
carefully the ice which melts so rap-
ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in it, that the center is what
is called "snow lee," which, being por-
ous. allows it to melt quickly.

'*Crystal Ice"

The kind we turn out Is as clear
and perfect as It is possible to make
ice, and is the most economical Ice
to use. Ask the man on the Red
Wagon to stop and see you.


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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St Joseph. Toeg
Boys-from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along Physical. Intel-
lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Heal thy Location. Magnificent Swimmlog
Pool, Complete Equipment in Schoolr ooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall at
Recreation RoonLa.


Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.

St Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida
FALL TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH


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HOW'S THIS

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re,-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheny & Co..
Toledo. 0.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yeats. and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations maili
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak-en intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
monials sent free. Price 7',. prr bot-
tle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

TURBINE ENGINES
FOR BATTLESHIPS

Washington. Sept, 13.-Parso's tur-
bine engines are to be installed as the
motive power of the two now Ameri-
can battleships Wyoming and Arkan-
sas, authorized by the last Congress.
Contracts for these ships will be
awarded by the navy dIep,:rtment this
week, one to the Wm Cramp Sons &
Co.., and the other to the N.-w York
Ship Building company of ('amden,
New Jersey.

READ THIS:

Dunnellon, Pla., Sept. 1st, 1909.-I
have sold Hall's Texas Wionder of St.
Louis, Mo.. for six y.eats. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer foi it. It is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. G .o. Ohnrnacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
bottle.


PEARY AIEED THE PLE


And the State Depatment at Washing-
ton Doesn't Know What to Do
With It

Washington. Sept. 13.-The follow-
ing mEs.sage was received at the state
department yesterday from Command-
er Peary:
"Battle Harbor, Sept. 10.-Hon. See-
retary of State. Washington. D. C.:
Respectfully report hoisted Stars and
Stripes on north pole April 6. and for-
mally took possession that entire re-
gion and adjacent for and in name of
president United States America. Re-
cord and United States flag left in po-
sition. "Peary."
Acting Secretary Adee. of the state
department, in an answer to inquiries
said that the state department had no
comment whatever to make as there
was no question before It.

PEARY AT BATTLE HARBOR

Arctic Explorer Interviewed by the
Captain of a Fishing Steamer
St. Johns, Sept. 13.-According to
Caltain Neilsen, of the fishing steam-
e.r Taff. which arrived here last night
from Battle Harbor. Labrador. Com-
mander Peary's steamer. Roosevelt.
was badly damaged by ice In the north
and may not get to North Sydney be-
fure September 25.
The Roosevelt struck a rock while
entering Battle Harbor and was fast
fur six hours, but was not seriously
damaged by this accident.
While the Roosevelt was stranded.
Capt. Neilsen went aboard to offer his
assistance. Capt. Neilsen says that
Commander Peary and Capt. Bartlett
showed him over the ship and told
hini that the pole had been reached.
When Capt. Neilsen asked Peary If
lhe was confident that he had found
the pole, the commander replied:
'Oh. I got there: you may rest as-
sured of that."
The crew of the Roosevelt are all
well. but look thin and tired and, ac-
cording to Capt. Neilsen, the most
worn-out looking member of the ex-
pedition is Commander Peary himself.
Ne'ilsen was Informed that the Peary
:party underwent severe hardships in
their night and day marches during
the final stages of the dash to the
pole. The expedition encountered
blizzards, and, according to Capt. Nell.
sen. was obliged to kill dogs for food.
Prof. Ross Marvin was drowned and
:an Eskimo was lost.
The party journeyed over 400 miles
on sledges over fair ice conditions, al-
though at one time Peary and several
of his men had a narrow escape from
Iwing carried away by a break-up of
an ice floe. The Roosevelt was moor-
ed in latitude k2.30 during the winter.
Capt. Neilsen said that the rigging
of the Roosevelt presented a curious
sight. About forty musk ox heads
and heads of reindeer were suspended



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to dry. On the deck are twelve dogs,
the last of nearly 200 taken poleward.
Above the deckhouse are kennels con-
taining foxes and other animals which
Commander Peary is taking to the
United States. In the hold of the ves-
sel is a large supply of skins and furs,
a number of Eskimo skeletons and
bones of strange animals.

AUTO FOR SALE

A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.

BOTH MAY BE BLUFFING

French Suspicious of Cook and Peary,
and the Feeling May Become
World-Wide
Paris, Sept. 13.-Interest in the po-
lar controversy continues unabated.
but Commander Peary's reiterated
charges have somewhat disconcerted
the newspapers, which are now much
more inclined to suspend final judg-
ment until proof is submitted.
Some of the papers treat the af-
fair in a humorous vein and ask,
whether it is not possible that both
are bluffing. They point out espe-
cially that there is nothing in Peary's
recital inconsistent with the state-
ment made by Cook and that neither
had a white man with him when he
claims he reached the pole.

A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of
Robinsonvile. Del.. wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick, and
coughed all the time and if I did n)t
have consumption, it was near to it.
I commenced using Foley's Honey ani
Tar, and it stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well. and have gain-
ed twenty-eight pounds, all due to
good results from taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-
gists.

RIGHT UP TO NOW

Seattle Exposition Wants Cook and
Peary Among Its Exhibits
Washington. D. C.. Sept. 13.-The
Washington representative of the
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition has
received word that the exposition
management has cabled Peary and
Cook, urging them to avoid hot-bed
centers of controversy and submit evi-
dence to an international board ,of
geographers and scientists to he as-
sembled at the Seattle Exposition.


HIPPITY HOP
Are you just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane? 'n-
less you have lost a limb or have a
deformity-if your trouble is rheum't-
tism. lumbago, sprain, stiff joints, or
anything of like nature use. Ballard's
Snow Liniment and in no time you can
throw away your crutches and be as
well as anyone. Price 25c. 50c and $1
Sold by all druggists.

CRAZY MAN SWAM
ACROSS HELL GATE
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WOODMAN SID & S TORH CIAIrY
OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK. OCALA. FLORIDA.

CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE W& SAND, COMMON SAND.

We have a stone crusher at work in Ocala, and are prepared to do aM
kinds of Cement Work, Build Foundations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
Prick. Build Sidewalks, Artificial Stone Fences, Stone Mantels. We make
Blocks for Foundations for house work. which look better than brick. ad
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FINE ARTS, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIALL ARTS, AND
BUSINESS.
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed; electric
lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health codi-
tions; fine gymnasium, athletic fields, boating, tennis courts, gelf lik;
baseball, football and basketball teams champions of Florida a 3M.
SNearly a quarter of a million dollars endowment: expenses moderate;
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Tampa will have to get a astle -
her if she really proposes to p-I af
a celebration of the openatg of the
Paunaa Canal In 111. as man Dies
S Calif, is In the eld for the ame par-
po. Ps and that city has organied a
-company apitalised at a amull1 del-
Sars. Memrs. Jao. D. Spreckelt In -
man J. Oage and U. 8 Orant, Jr., a
at the head of the movement
SCoammmsemer J. N. Mathews is o
few days nmd full of trouble and a
because be' i good nature and the
other cdmmiso ers *4 him the
matter of servlag the pubik. eserdr
his duties as a member of the board
at the late meetMra of that body. he
was eempelled to go to the Wiha-
cooebee bridge) at Galter ad nte the
effets of the higbwater em the ame.
The water flooded the bridg the
Sfset tore away the abutmeatm a
left the structure aImpesbabl an had
It not been anchored this new Irn
bridge would be bobbing up and dwa
In the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Matew
Shs sent word to the Austin Cot-
struetion company to send a feorws
men here to repair the bridge, one of
the meet Important In the county. tor
the past month a ferry has bee don
duty at this point, the bridge being out
of commissoes

The Tampa Times mder the able
editorial and business management at
Sr. D.B. McKay t forging alog
splendidly. Its news service i now
enriched by full press dispatehesand
t the paper is gualnai patrerge tead-
Ily among the bestaerchants and ad-
vertiers of the progressive and rapid-
ly growing city of Tampa. Its fater-
dy Itaue coatained 21 pages, fll of
I' interesting and nstructive news and
editorial mtaoer, and an array of irt.
class ads that must cause the besl-
Sess manaemen rs heart to eap with
Genuine pleasure. Here is to the Tam-
pa Thio, one of the cleanest and Mbt
conducted papers in the state. May its
shadow never grow lees.
The new fertilter plant which Mr.
W. D. Carn is building on land pur-
chased near the lime plant, south of
town, is progressing nicely, the foun-
'dation having been laid and the build.
lag started. The building will be
Ixtlee feet, one story. It Is the per-
pose of Mr. Carn and the company
with which he Is connected, to have
the building ready for work about the
middle of ,November. This is a deslra-
Sble Industry and we trust the ooa-
S ay wll be s.oomftal aI furnishing
our farmers ad truckers wth such
fertlliser as their Industry demands.
Celery lands at aoru that sold a
Year ago for $100 aad $12 an acre are
now being dispesed of or W$ to $
an acre. Reently number of Kal-
Samasoo, Mich, celery growers hav I t-
vaded Sanford and made puehases of
celery lands. Recently a party a SIa.-
Sford who hoesteaded a piece of land,
6 acres, six years ago, sold the asse
."-' tfor $17,50. Tids Indicates how rapid-
ly and valuable these celery lands have
f become and the Industry which has
'been remarkably successful, has made
:~ anford a city of first magnitude In
Orange county.
Tom Jones and family are taking
their outing wth friends at Irvie.
SDuring Mr. Jo6es' absence from the
city, Mr. Paul Weathers is serving as
cashier in the H. B. Masters store.
C. Dame. organizer of the Wood-
mena, returned from Leesburg Satur-
day noon. where he organized a new
camp with 25 members, among them
the representative citizens of the city.
He said Leesburg was a coming, that
it was a nice, clean town and Its peo-
ple among the cleanest of earth.

*rs. W. J. Sheridan and bright Ilttle
daughter have gone to Daytona to
Spend several weeks.


Mr. C. L Grace, who has charge of
the Sumner Lumber Co. track, was In
town Saturday. For the past month
he has taen Mr. Gutherle's place as
section foreman of the A. C. IL at Ken-
dric, while Mr.' Gutherie was taking
his vacation.

I. L. Martin, one of the thrifty ar-
ers of Mos Bluff, was in town Satur-
day. shoppnaC, and reports a great
plenty la the crop line. Mr. Martin
aid the Mb gator was gone and they
are glad of It.
The Misses helton and Pansy
Souter. who spent the summer pleas-
atly In New ork City, are now the
webtsa of their aunt, Mrs. Neff in
Jacksoiville.

Rev. 0. H. Harrison. late retor of
Grace Episcopal church, who has been
sick since e left here several month
ago, with his family as been at Orif-
fa, Ga.b m t of the time, has recover
ed and returned to Jacksovlle, where
he has charge of St. Marys Mission
under Bishop Weed.
Mr. Lon K. Edwards of Irvalewas
la town Saturday and attended the
funeral of his sister-l-law, Mrs. Ner-
toon awards.
The follbwig were the pall bearers
at Mrs. Nortone awards fueral: J.
W. Alken. J. A. Bouvier, P. PhilpL
W. D. Cam, T. M. Moore ad B. R.
StriplUa. Rev. R. H. Barnett assisted
by Rev. H. & Gabby, conducted the
relalos exeremes.


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Rt. Rev. Wi. Crane Gray. D .
who officiated at St. Barabas church
last Sunday. preacbed an uumably
powerful srmoan and made a noune.
meat about the new retor, who win
arrive some time la Octobe. lRev


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How e that. This Is not an auto-
mobile, but one of those new 8-Inch
Westinghouse electric fans that I
have Just received. Let me place one
or two of tlam In your home or on
your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elec-
trical mpnly man.




THE AIR DOME


Moving Pictures

and Vaudeville.

bIme M at E aOta lahmmnt Frisb
ed by Home Peo* e

NEW PICTURES EVERT DAY
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT

PrOa for the Eveotmn
THE STEADMAN TEAM

ROOSEVELT HUNTING LIONS IN
AFRICA
(Full Reel)

Admission 20 and 10 Cents
H e. Uptn ast 7: p. m.
H. W. wtuKEmk, PROPRIETOR


* SlARTIN-ORDON
Lt Thursday Mr. miausel Martin.
of the Ocala law frm of Davis & Mar-
ti, gave his many Ocala friends and
elsewhere a genuine surprise by go-
igg to Largo and marrying Miss Nel-
lie Gordon. The ceremony took place
at the home of the bride. Mr. Martin
returned home Friday and his bride
arrived today. For the present Mr.
and Mrs. Martin will make their home
with Mrs. George Close, sister of the
groon.
Mr. Martin Is so well known to the
people of Ocala and Marion county
that he needs no Introduction at our
hands. He is the talented son of Rev.
Harmon Martin, of Fort McCoy. He
secured his education at his home
school supplemented by a course In
the Ocala High School and later was a
s~pdent at Stetson University. He
prepared himself for the law by at-
tending a law school at Lebanon.
Tenn. He also followed the profession
of teaching, having taught very suc-
cessfully the Fellowship school for a
number of years, where he became a
prime favorite with both pupils and
patrons. Here he met the present Mrs.
Martin, a pupil of his school.
The Gordon family, now of Largo,
were former residents of the Fellow-
ship neighborhood. The bride Is a
lovely young lady, endowed In heart
and mind with all the admirable vir-
tues of her sex. The Star wishes the
young couple all the happiness and
swess Imaginable In their married
Me.

SEEKING HOMES
The following persons arrived in
town Saturday afternoon and are at
the Florida House, temporarily. They
formerly resided at Pine Bluff. Wyo.,
but came here from New York. They
are: W. H. Thomson, wife, Misses
Jennie and Bessie Thomson and Mas-
ter Marion Thomson. Mr. John Thom-
son. They are here to thoroughly look
us over. Mr. Thomson came down
last winter and was so well pleased
with what he saw that he concluded to
bring his family this time. He Is one,
of the men Mr. Z. C. Chambliss' adver-
tisement n the Breeders' Gazette of
Chicago, attracted to Marion county.

KENTUCKY HORSES FOR SALE
I will have a car of choice Kentucky
bred horses at my place at Evinston,
Fla, for sale after Aug. 20th. I have
spent two months around my old home
at Lexington, Ky,- selecting this stock
from the farms. This stock has been
carefully selected and bought for spot
casm direct from the stock ralsers. I
am In position to save money to pur-
chasers of good horses. Address, L
H. Willis, Jr., Wvinston. Fla.

\ THE BEST PRO i ION
Not a single "phone has burned In a
house In Ocala. A telephone Is better
than Insurance. In case of burglars or
Are you need quick action. You get
that day or aight with a telephone.
Residence rates, 3$ per quarter in ad-
vance. Ocala Telephone Co.

S SKILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any job of
painting, no matter how large or how
small, or how one the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do It
right Houses painted inside and out
Graining, gilding, hard oil finishing,
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed.
Address P. O. Box 135, or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw,
Ocala. Fla. tt

"WOODMAR"-FOR RENT
GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Furnish-
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
ARGTLE COTTAGE-Furnished;
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1, for the winter; furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.

SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE
A $40 scholarship In the Stanley
Business College, of Thomasville, Ga.,
for sale for $10. Apply at the Star
office.
3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING


LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
830-4C104.65-Los Angeles and San
Francisco on sale various dates.
Limit October 31. Variable routes
and stopovers.
$M40-Seattle. Washington. Variable
routes and stopovers. Limit Octo-
ber 31.
For further Information call on or
write F. J. Huber, C. P. & T. A.; or
J. K. Kirkland. D. P. A. Tampa. Fla.
LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND BILLS
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In-
voice ledgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Siction 8 of Chap-
ter 488, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H.
Dombrook. purchaser of tax certificate
No. 529., dated the 3rd day of June. A.
D. 1907. has filed said certificate In'
my office and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county, Florida, to-wit: lots
1, 2, 4, 5, 6 block G Montague sec
26 tp 15 south r 22 east. The said
land being assessed at the date of the
Issuance of such certificate in the
name of J. C. DUBois. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 14th day of September, A. D.
1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of August, A.
D. 1909. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.


ANOTHER MARTYR TO SCIENoT
Prefeseer Marvin, who Lost his Life
on the Peary Expedition
New York. Sept. 13.-Friends and
relatives of Prof. Ross G. Marvin, the
young scientist of Cornell University,
are at a loss to understand why Com-
mander Peary did not mention In his
first dispatches the fact that Prof
Marvin had been drowned. The young
man's aged mother had received no
tidings of her son since last October
until in a news dispatch Commander
Peary reported that the scientist had
lost his life. Marvin was a native of
Elmira, N. Y., and in his boyhood was
poor. but by pluck and energy he earn-
ed high rank as a scientist. So relia-
ble was he that Peary made him chief
scientist of the expedition and placed
him in command of his supporting
party. He was 30 years of age.

COOK IS COMING ACROSS
Danes Give Him a Royal Send-Off for
His Trans-Atlantic Journey
Copenhagen. Sept. 12.-Dr. Cook's
reception at Christiansand yesterday
resembled the return of a victorious
warrior to his country. Every vessel
was decorated and a salute of seven
guns was fired in his honor.
Responding to an address of wel-
come. Dr. Cook said: "When Captain
Sverdrup's book, 'New Land.' was
published, I saw a route to the North
Pole, but I told no one. The oppor-
tunity came to try this route and
Peary seems angry because I did not
ask his permission. I am Indebted to
Captain Sverdrup for my success.
Amundson is starting out on a new
polar expedition. There Is much for
the future to do. The world should
support him."
Dr. Cook Is due te arrive in New
York September 21st.

PELLAGRA RESULT OF POVERTY
It Should be a Fashionable Disease
Among Newspaper Men
Washington. Sept. 13.-Clinical anal-
ysis of many cases of pellagra have
been made by surgeons of the marine
hospital service in an endeavor to as-
certain not only the causes of the di-
sease, but also the methods of treat-
ment.
Dr. C. H. Lavender is inclined to the
belief that it is "essentially, though
not exclusively, a disease of poverty.
ill-nourishment, bad hygienic sur-
roundings, and often alcoholism."
In the Judgment of Dr. Lavinder no
specific antidote for the disease has
been discovered, but the use of arse-
nic has proven beneficial in combat-
ing certain toxic manifestations.

HOO HOOS WILL MEET
IN FRISCO NEXT YEAR

Hot Springs, Ark., Sept. 13.-After
tlecting officers for the ensuing year,
the national convention of the Concat-
enated Order of the Hoo Hoos ad-
journed to meet next year in San
Francisco. W. A. Hadley of Chalham,
Ontario, was elected supreme snark of
the universe.

SEEDg
New crop of garden and flower
seeds Just received. Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Fla.

Have you seen the picture puzzle
post cards at the Ocala News Co?

CLUBBING RATES
The Ocala Weekly Star and the
New York Produce News. $1.50.

ELECTRIC SMOOTHING
IRONS ON TRIAL
I will place an electric smoothing
Iron in your home on a few days' trial.
upon request at my office, or by card
or phone. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially in
hot weather. Connect the cord with
one of your light drops and in a few
,minutes the iron Is hot. No smoke
or dirt and ,heat only where it is
wanted. H. W. TUCKER.
FIRE WOOD-F;RE WOOD
We have a large suppy of fire wood,
both pine and oak, fireplace and stove
lengths. Good seasoned wood.
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered, cash. Call at factory or
*PHONE 170-Gee. GILES & CO.


CARD OF THANKS


We take this method of thanking
the public through the columns of
your paper for the liberal patronage
that has been extended us through
the past season In our business, as
we have not been able to deliver
cars, as the entire country as a
whole bought more cars than the
Buick factory could produce. We
are just In receipt of letters giving
us a slight inkling of our 1910 pro-
duct, assuring us of the fact that
there will be no question In the fu-
ture that we will be cared for. Our
1910 models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November, and
we have the assurance that if we
should need 100 cars we can deliver
the same. Our models 10 and 17
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be increased 20 per cent.
We will also have a model known
as No. 18. practically the same as
our No. 17, only slightly a smaller
car, and will sell fgr about $1400
complete, and we think this model
will hold the rest of them for quite
a while. We will also have a $600.
a runabout, 2-cylinder, opposed
motor in front, under the board,
cone clutch in fly wheel. selective
type transmission and double chain
drive, 30x3 1-2 tires; and we want
to say to the public that so far as
pulling through sand is concerned,
this car has no equal. Thanking our
friends for past favors, we are
.Very espectfuly.
OCALA GAS .NGINEN WORKS,
Per J. H. Spencer.


CASTOR IA

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MWll autao


Bear the
Signature f W 0f

Bear in mind we carry a full line of
Staffords and Carter's Inks; also
fountain pens from $1 up, at the Ocala
News Company.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Ellwood
Johnson. purchaser of tax certificate
No. 1225, dated the 3rd day of June. A.
D.. 1907, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county, Florida, to-wit: lots
1. ZU3, 4, 5, 6. 20, 25. 2,. g7. 8, 29, 30
bik Vf. Leroy. sec 5 tp. 1 a r 20 e. The
said land being assesed .at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of Ed Pasoe. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 14th day of September, A. D.
1909:
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of August. A. D.
1909. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla.



WE MUST ALL DIE

IT IS MY TIME TO DIE
YOUR FALL GARMENTS

Work Guaranteed and Prices Right

OCALA PRESSING CLUB,
W. F. Marlow, Proprietor


A. MIe LA ISFOEI
ftm.,ft mb"w ffiw


os every rapper of Doctor Plore
Golden Medical Iacovery because a full
list of the Ingredients composing tt Is
printed there in plain English. Forty
yearsof experience has proven it super
worth as a blood purfier and aIvigarat'
Ing tonic for the re of stomach disorder
and all lver ils. It builds up the run-
down system as no other tonic can In
which alcohol s used. The active edle-
Inal principles of native roots such as
Golden Seal and Queen's root, Stoe and
Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Black
Cherrybark are extracted and preserved
by the use of chemically pure, triple
refinedglycerine. Send to Dr. .V.Pierce
at Buffalo N. Y., for free booklet which
uotes extracts from w econd ed-
Seal authority such as D Barthow,.
Kn. c Coe. Ellngwood and a
bost o e. showing that the m oot
can be upos lor their eurative
action all weak statesof the stomach
eeompnledhy Indgestioee or dyspe la
as well 1 iou or lver e-plals-t
iad Ia waiaUn diseases where there
Is r~an d gradual rmtag dow
of tttr and sytem.
MOMg blo a so levels
g ^ v&"lr & r ad rt

as all skin affectces, blotcheb, p.aple
ad eruptions as well as crofalous swl-
lings ldld open rundag mare or ulee
are cured and healed. In treatag old
running orea, or ulcers, It Is well to Ia-
mure their healing to apply to them Dr.
PieB's All-Heaial ve. Ifyourdrug
ist don't happen to have this Salvea
stock, sead ffy-four cents In pota
tampa to Dr. V. Pler, Invalids' Hode
aod Surlcal Inaitute Buffalo, Y., and
M large boz of the *All-Heallng Salve
will reach you by return pst
You cant afford to accept a secret no
trum as substitute for this non-alcoholle,
medicine or KmnOX courMromox, not
Oven though the urgent dealer ay
thereby mae a little lger roAt.
Dr. Pere's Plesant Pellets reulao
and naoratsrto a stmch, Ifer aadbowels.
aruu--- a" t gr a4l1, mW t I Sam
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INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 per cent Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.,
NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me Intense
suffering." she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been
troubled in twelve years." Mrs. So-
per lives in Big Pond, Pa. It works
wonders in coughs and colds, sore
lungs, hemorrhages, Ia grippe. asth-
ma. croup, whooping cough and sll
bronchial affections. S0e and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug-
gists.

CORD WOOD FOR SALE
I will sell 400 to 500 cords of best
quality wood at Montague station for
$1.50 a cord at det .t. Address C. E.
FoEestrom. Montague, Fla.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF MARS
Taken from Top of Mount Whitney by
California Scientists
San Francisco, Sept. 13.-A party of
Lick observatory astronomers return-
ed late last night from an ernedition


CLYDE AKIN
Young Clyde Akin of BUltchton is
dead. His associates heard the rustle
and saw the splashing of the waters
of Blue Sink, and It was over. Death
came unheralded, came as the.shad-
ows steal at evening over the earth.
softly closing the flowers and touch-
ing them to sleep, silently and loving-
ly, in the promise of a bright awaken-
ing.
So he fell asleep. Nature disenwr.ed
the vital cord and Clyde passed
serenely into rest on the other shore
of that mysterious home.
Yes. Clyde is gone. but be left behind
him for our Instruction the lesson of a
beautiful life of sympathy, humility
and Christian service.
The love that all the people bore
him was illustrated by the scenes that
occurred about the brink of Blue Sink,
where his mortality remains.
If there bm one soul at whose ap-
proach the pearly gates of the celes-
tial city shall open widest and offer
free entrance to its glories, surely it
shall be that of Clyde.
Whether we shall meet him again
we cannot tell; we only know that
here we shall see him no more. Hu-
manity revolts at the thought that the
heart's affections, which brighten.
adorn and purify our lives: the love of
mother, father, brother, sister, yea.
kindred and friends, are all buried in
the deep.
We deplore his loss to the commu-
nity, church, Sunday school, and the
exemplary life, which was fraught
with assurances of good to his asso-
ciates. S. H. B.

M. J. O'BRIEN

President of the Southern Express
Company is Dead
New York. Sept. 12.-Col. Michael J.
O'Brien, president of the Southern Ex-
press company, died last night from
pleuro pneumonia, after an Illness of
three weeks In his apartments at
Sherry's.
Col. O'Brien was taken ill Just three
weeks ago after a trip, according to
his annual custom, through Europe,
and was removed from the steamer to
his apartments in a critical condition.
The funeral services will be held at
St. Patrick's cathedral Monday, morn-
ing. The Interment will be i Chat-
tanooga. Tenn, the family home.

CAPTAIN S. C. TUCKER
Gainesville, Sept. 12.-Sapt. Samuel
C. Tucker died at his home in East
Gainesville about 6 o'clock Friday
morning, after a lingering but patient
illness covering a period of several
months.
The captain was in his 65th year.
his birthday coming last January. He
was born near Brooksville. but when
quite young moved to Alachua county.
and was reared by his uncle, Samuel
R. Pyles. near Newnansville.
He was in the Confederate army and
for four years was sheriff of Alachua
county. During Cleveland's first
term he was registrar of the United
States land office at Gainesville.

VALUABLE BOOKS

They Should be in Every Household
Are Highly Recemmended
Their Titles are: "What a Young
Boy Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Man Ought to Know": "What a Young
Husband Ought to Know"; "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a
Young Girl Ought to Know"; "What
a Young Woman Ought to Know";
"What a Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
Know."
These books were written by emi-
nent persons, well qualified for the
task and are worthy of any one's
time to read, especially persons to
whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and Its sacred func-
tions and are commended by noted
persons, male and female. No parent
can bestow a worthier or more com-
mendable gift to their daughter or
son.
Rev. L. B. Warren, the former be-
loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church has given these works highest
commendation and urges parents to
buy them for their boys and girls, as
does Rev. H. E. Gabby, Rev. R. H.
Barnett and Rev. W. H. Coleman. F.
A. Bone, a worthy young man. prepar-
ing for the ministry, is solIciting for
these valuable volumes and we trust
he will be kindly and liberally receiv-
ed in Ocala.


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trimmed, Trimmings ot all kinds, Rib-
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ornament, is coming in every day.
Formal announcement of the opening
of the new fall goods will be made in a
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1 i mllnery and the new goods are arriving daily. We have an especially
FNy line of Imported and domestic trimmed hats In the most beautiful
shapes Also all styles and a great range of prices in untrimmed shapes.
Ou stoek Of plImes, bought early before the recent advance in price, will
be the inest ever shown here. Also the new style willow plumes, the new-
st thing. Velvets and silks for trimmings. Feathers and ornaments of all
biads. Mrs. Haycraft spent three weeks in the markets of the east study-
fl the styles and making the selections In person and we feel safe In say-
ng we have this fall just what the people of Ocala and Marion county will
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A GREAT SUCCESS

The public demonstration of the working of the Burglar
Alam System, installed by the Electric Protection Company
of Mi enapolis, Minn., in our bank, has taken place, and
we wish to thank our patrons and friends for the interest
they have manifested in this ap-to-date improvement.


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ialty. New Mirrors Mado'and Old Onese-silvered, Glaw
Frosting, Gilding, Graining, Kalsomining, Furniture Ke.
pairing, etc. "Quality a little higher-prices a little lower."

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Mamusturers of cement brick, be ilding blocks, hexagon and otagon
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ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE


A regular meeting wil be held in the
Buaday school room of the Methodist
church Monday night. Sept. S1th, at
So'clock. H. C. Packham, Sec.
WAITING ROOMS AT LOWELL
The State Rallroad Commission has
required the Atlantic Coast Line to
erect waiting rooms at Lowell. or
show reason why at a meeting of the
commissioners In Tallahassee Oct. 15.
ROOMS FOR RENT
)Visgant furnishe rooms for rent at
the Wslteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
Jam&

FOR SAL AT' LAKE WEIR
'ipv of the handsomest and best lo-
eated hoes on the east side of Lake
Wer. Good houses, orange grove and
pi~nt ypt land: cheap for cash. Apply
to P. W. Ditto, city.
HAIR WORK DONE
Al kinds of hair work done. Ratis-
tact io uarantetd. Harriet Hill, 212
North Magnolia street

HOUSES TO rENT
On- trt aKig avenue, one of the most
modern and convelnent residences In
the city. Apply to 13 Fort King av-

ICE MAN WANTED
Wasted, aa ggertic man to drive
lee Waigos dever and collect Apply
to Uleoda Pheklng & Ice Co., city.
POINTER 00G FOR GALE
A wel trained thoroughly broke.
polater do. Sr sale, cheap. Apply at
U Wat Broadway. Orala, Fla.
8-CAOND4NEAl AGS WANTED
At t0 plat o the Florida Packing
mad le C.. Oeala. Fl
HOME FOR SALE


AMERICAN AVIATOR
AHEAD IN ITALY


Brescia. Sept. 1.-Glenn H. Curtlss
the Aperican aviator who won the in-
ternational cup at Rheims, captured
another prize in the aviation meet
here yesterday, covering 70 kilometres
(31.05 miles) In 49 minutes and 24 sec-
onds. His share of the prize was $4,-


HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT
The A. E. Handle house, one of the
most convenient and beat built houses,
lage lot and all conveniences in the
houe, located in third ward near high
school building, for rmat sal. Ap-
ply to David 8. Woodrw, Holder
Woek, Ocala, Fla.

FURNISHED COTTAGEE
AT LAKE WEIR

For rent. a completely furnished.
small cottage on east sidq of Lake
Weir. Apply at Star office.
Many people delude themselves by
saying. "It will wear away," when
they notice symptoms of kidney and
bladder trouble. This Is a mistake.
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy. and
stop the drain on the vitality. It curea
backache, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder trouble and makes every trace
of pain. weakness and urinary trouble
disappear. Sold by all druggists.
HARNESS MENDED
Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. Slmmon at
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.

ONCE A FAINT DREAM
BUT NOW A THRILLING REALITY
You can positively have your shoes
re-soled and finished off to look like
new. by an electric stitching and fn-
ishinf machine. D. W. Goodwin. Shoe-


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Then try a bottle of Dike's Hair Tonic,
at the Court Pharmacy.
Little Walter Ray. Jr.. of Martel. is
dangerously sick with fever and tDr.
Walter Hood siwnt the night with the
sick child last night.
If the glare of the sun hurts your
eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for 26c. The Postofflce Drug-
store.
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Mr. E. L. Maloney. proprietor of the
Ocala House. is confined to his rooms
by sickness. He was taken ill Satur-
day afternoon.
-We want your prescription work
aLnd are prepared to offer you the most
skilled pharmacists and the purest of
drugs to compound them. Tydings &
company.

Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight.
Prices 10 and 20 cents.
The Montezuma had a good day
Sunday. Quite a number of Saturday
guests remained ver for the excellent
Sunday dinner.

R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
will sell, any make of second-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.
Messrs. Smith & Roberts. of the
Ocala Furltiture Co. had the best day
last Friday they had for a long time.


r MI. JltSI AVYCRAPT


FALL


K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Filing cases at the Ocala N.w4s Co.
Rebekahs meet Friday evening.
"Waukt: ha" ;ii;err Ale at Ballard's.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Mr. C D. Yates rf New TYork is a
guest of the Orala House.
Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight.
Prices 10 and 20 cents.

Mr. A. A. Holmes of Atlanta. is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. J. L Sutton of Richmond .s a
guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. F. M. Townse-nd. Jr.. of Jack-
sonville. is at the Ocala House.

Mr. W. N. Snelling and son of Low-
ell'are guests of the Montezuma.
Peroxide Cream, for the complexion.
at the Court Pharmacy.

.Mr. J. S. Crosby of Martin is a guest
of the Montezuma.
Mr. I. P. Rainey of Oxford Is at the
Montezuma.
Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight
Prices 10 and 20 cents.
Mr. A. D. Hartsell and Mr. W. L.
-*Bsett of Holder are guests of the
Mbntezuma.
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle,
at the Poetofflce Drugstore..

Mr. L. T. Hayman of Jacksonville is
4 guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. H. C. Judd has rented the J. P.
Phillips cottage on Fort King avenue.
Phone the Court Pharmacy. We
send for, fill and deliver your pre-
scriptlbns promptly.
Robert Munroe. the turpentine man
of Anthony, was a business caller in
town today.
Mr. A. B. Hals.ll and bride of Oak.
were in town this morning, patronizing
Marcus Frank's clearance sale.
FOR RENT-House on Fort King
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee
Miller. Apply to J. P. Phillips.

Mr. F. B. Beckham. the popular
phosphate Inspector for Mr. Cullen,
spent Sunday at home.
ft. C. Davis &' co., or Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c.
each; $7.50 per dozen.

Mrs. D. S. Woxdlrow and lovely
daughter came up from Woodmar to-
day.
WANTED--A good young man to
take orders and deliver goods. Apply
a( the Star office.

Mrs. E D. BDlaine and children re-
turned yesterday from Atlanta, where
they have been for the past month.
Three cents will fan you for ten
hours. Get one of those ?-Inch Wes-
tinghouse fans from H. W. Tucker.
Mr. L. L Horne is in possession of a
very fine dog that came by express
Saturday.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
Sholes typewriter? R., C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.
Miss Maggie Nixon of Lake Welr
opened her school at Fort King last
Monday under favorable auspices.

FOR SALE-My house; the best
corner location in Ocala on the mar-
ket. Address B. J. Potter.
A. D. Hartwick and W. L. Passett
of Holder, dined at the Montezuma
Sunday.

FOR SALE-Harvard piano, nearly
new; $125 easy terms. A. M. Lans-
ford, phone 328. Ocala.
Are you troubled with dandruff?


Ev-


it guaran-
best that


can be made from soft


winter wheat.

elusively by


Sold ex-


TEAPOT
T E A P 0 T
GROCERY


Messrs. J. J. and J. P. Luffman and
Franklin and Patrick Cahoon, who
are guarding the educational interests
of the Oak school, were interviewing
Supt. J. H. Brinson this morning.


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OCklRIEYX


VAUDEVILLE AT THE
AIR DOME TONIGHT
The famous Stedman team. boy and
girl. will be at the Air Dome all this
week. commencing this evening. These
cl.vver people have made a good im-
pre-sion in Jacksonville and will no
doubt do as well in Ocala. There will
i- a change of program every even-
Ing.
Master Herbert is only thirteen
years old and is one of the smartest
young actors in the United States.
The Cordele, Ga, Rambled, says of the
clever couple.
*Miss Stedman and Master Herbert
r, eived more genuine compliments
upon their work at the Star theater
last evening than probably any team
that has ever appeared at this popular
little play house. Miss Stedman has,
:a rich. clear and distinct voice and it
is a real pleasure to hear her, while
Master Herbert is cute and very pleas-
ing."

MARCUS' SALE A BIG SUCCESS
The ?totck reduction sale at Frank's.
which opened this morning, Is the
biggest kind of a success and from
the opening hour until the time this
paper went to press the store was
crowded and the regular and extra
clerks secured for the sale were all
kept on the move to wait on the cus-
tmers. Marcus Frank has held an
annual stock reduction sale each fall
since he commenced business. During
these sales he offers great bargains in
good merchandise and the people
know it and flock to the store. This
has been a newspaper advertised sale
strictly, as the thousands of big her-
alds usually mailed out by Mr. Prank
were not used this time. The sale
lasts for 10 days and, like good wine,
will Improve with age.

THE INDIAN SASEBAS) TEAM
The Chickasha Indian baseball team.'
a team of full blooded Indians who are
making a tour of the state, will play
the Ocala team In this ity two games
on Thursday. Sept. 16th, afternoon and
evening. The evening game, played
by artificial light is a great feature
and always draws a crowd. The sys-
tem of lighting, carried by the Indians.
makes the diamond and field as light
as day. It is expected the attendance
will be very large on this occasion. Mr.
Sylvester is posting the city with col-
ored lithographs advertising the game.

THE ANDERSON BUILDING%
The tearing away process has been
completed at the Anderson building
and the new work is now going on.
Much timber and brick Is on the
ground and the work of rebuilding the
big building will now be pushed for-
ward very rapidly. There was really
nothing left of the building except the
joists of the two floors and the joists
on the first floor were removed while
the new foundations were placed. All
the joists in the building are as sound
as when laid. They are all heart pine,
such lumber as in hard to get now. To
one unfamiliar with these things, it
looks like the contractors would have
bIen better off to have removed every
stick and stone before commencing #,--
hmilding. It will not lw in any sense a
r.'built or remodeled building, but a
new one.





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A MOST INTERESTING SUBJECT!
One of the reels at the Air Dome
tonight will be "'Roosevelt Hunting"
Lions in Africa." taken on the scene
by a famous staff artist. It alone is
worth more than the price of the
show.

DR. GUERRANT LEAVING OCALA

Dr. E. P. Guerrant has packed and-
shipped his household goods and will!
leave himself in a few days for Green-'
ville, C., where his wife and child-
rem are visiting Mrs. Guerrant's father,
Dr. Davis. Dr. Guerrant will spend a!
short time there and will then go tol
Cornell University, at Ithica. N. Y..
where he will take a full four years'l
course in medicine. Mrs. GuerKant
and the children will go to Ithica as
soon as he is settled and will reside
in that city until the doctor graduates.
when the family will move back to:
Ocala. Dr. Guerrant has sold his in-B
terest in the big barn to his partner.,
Mr. Ed Carmichael. He will retain his!
home on Fort King ave-nue,. renting it "
unth he returns. He says the prop- If you are interested in or are thinking of purchasing a small runabout
erty is not for sale. Dr. Guerrant has car, there is nothing for the money so powerful, reliable and possessing such
many friends here who will be sorry hill-climbing and sand-pulling quallitles as the Brush. You can get deserip-
for his temporary departure and will
befor hisglad temporary departur and agail tive catalogues by calling on or wrltJng
be glad to have his return and again


become a citizen when he has perfect-
ed himself in his new profession.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY'S
PRESIDENT DEAD

Ctp. G. T. Maughs. manage of the
Southern Express company's office in
Ocala, has placed the office in mourn-
Ing on account of the death of Presi-
dent O'lrien. which occurred at his
home in New York City Saturday.
Mrs. ILbrney Spencer and children
have returned from their summer ,out-
Ing at Lake Weir.
Mrs. Chase. E. Taylor. after a visit to
friends in Ocala, went to Tampa Sat-
urday, to join Mr. Taylor. who has a
position in that city. Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor have many friends in Ocala,
who hope they will do well in Tampa.
but would be glad to have them return
to their former home here.
Miss Estelle Lyle.s arrived from
South Carolina this merliing, utl
went on to Orange Lake. where she-
will teach school. She was a gu-st of
the Campbell House while here.
A card from Mr. E. H. Mdoe to a
friend states that his party caught over
1,800 pounds of fish in three days. THey
are at a small jlace on the coast of
Maine and art. having a fine time.
Mrs. E. L. Maloney and son, Herbert,
who have be.n in Jacks,onvill for sev-
eral weeks with Mrs. Maloney's daugh-
ter, Mrs. S. A. lawl.i, returned d home<
Saturday night.

Henry Barnett. who has been spend-
ing his vacation with his parents, Rev.
and Mrs. R. H. Barnett. will leave to-
morrow morning for Oxford, Ga., to
finish his senior year in Emory Col-
lege.


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SUNNY JIM'S COTTAGES CARD OF APPRECIATION
Mr. Mf. E. Robinson has given the Since the tragic death of our boy,
contract t the' four "Sunny Jim" cottages, corner have been filled with sorrow and our
of Exposition and Pine streets. The lives with gloom. Prom the hoar
Ocala Lumber and Supply Co. will Clyde disappeared In the waters of
furnish the material. Mr. O'Neal has a Blue Sink, loving friends and M ad
for,.e of men at work this morning and neighbors have not ceased effort eight
exxplets to have the houses completed and day to recover the drowned boy.
by Octobt-r 15th. Mr. Robinson is for which we extend out profound ap-
showing his faith in Ocala by his predation. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Akin.
works and as soon as there cottages Blitchton. Florida.
are ready he will build two others on
land he owns near the Seaboard depot. Mr. George T. Self, of DeLand,
Mr. Robinson sees what many others grand master of the order of Odd
have seen, that good property in Ocala Fellows of Florida passed through
i a safe investment and brings in a Ocala today on his way to Dunnellol
good income on the money invested, to inspect that lodge. He will be in
Ocala tomorrow night. The Oeala
FRESH SEEDS lodge of Odd Fellows should give him
We have in our fresh, supply of re- a hearty greeting.
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planting. Tydings & Co.


J. L. Smith and wife of Martel, were DON'T NEED GLASSES Mr. Chas. J. PhilltpE came up yes-
business callers in the city today. Mr. tI-rday from Eustis, where he has sev-
Smith is one of the leading merchants Many people do no need glasses but eral building contracts and spent the
of Martel and when the hen is on and most people do.ay with his familyreturning this af-
strictly attending to business. he gath- You may be one of the majority r rnoon.
ers and sells more eggs than any man There are two ways of finding out.
in Marion county. One-await for time and disease to
drive you to It. The rainfall at Lake Weir yester-
Mr. B. Goldman. of the Globe, re- Two-Consult us about It d wa~ quite hoavy, it raining there
turned Sunday from a trip north, hav- We Can Tell You whether or not you a" through the day. Notwithstanding
ing purchased a very attractive line of, eed them. DR. D. M. BONEY, this fact the motor boats were all out
fall and winter goods. Mrs. Goldman Eyesight Specialist. and the. laike dwl-lers had a great deal
and the children accompanied him to Ocala, Fla. of Ilaur- on th, water.
No-w York. but are now in Savannah Offlee hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
for a week or ten days. to 4:30 p.-m. Optical office and lab- Fred M.ention. a very reputable col-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. or,'d citizen. was before Justice Lyles
Mrs. E. Van Hood and daughter, Miss this morning for ,re-senting the claims
Marguerite Porter, are at White Miss Mary Bell. Mrs. W. T. MrI- o f hbnevolent societies without a Ii-
Springs. where they will remain for a waine's sister, went to Woodmar this c (-n.-s. The- justice took no action as
ftw days. Miss Marguerite has been afternoon, where she will visit Mrs. he thought he was not liable under the
quite ill. From there she will go to R. R. Carroll until Thursday. when law and left it for others higher in au-
Alabama to visit her sister. Mrs. Col- Mrs. Carroll and Merris will return thority to interpret the law governing
lier at Tuscaloosa. for a short time be- i home. such cases.
fore the opening of college.
LOST-Between O. K. Grocery and The cl(oyv. ,or pace and quiet hovers
Mrs. R. A. Brice and children are, laundry, yellow pocketbook contain- ov-r the city. In the hall of justice
near Pine. visiting Mrs. Brlce's Ing $9.45. Finder please return to W. this morning thrre was not a case.
mother, Mrs. Hall. C. Kimler, at laundry and receive rt- II"w is that for a city of over 6,000
Sward. people. W#- art- getting good sure.
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Howard Academy opened this morn-
'ing undl-r favorable auspices. Prof.


Mr. H. C. Martin of Brooksvine.
one of the eminent lawyers of that
place, was in town today on legal
business before Judge W. S. Bullock.
Attorney J. C. DeVant, Jr. another of
Brooksville's leading attorneys, pas
also in town today.
H. T. Hinton, the popular salesman
In the grocery department of the H.
B. Masters store, spent Sunday with
his parents at Sharpe's erry. He
said the Oklawaha river waa up and
way over its banks.


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"Well," mU the u a who had a&
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La te rsw that a the blo
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me a S&a, h aving bm imonf d
M t vry forcibly at a etrva
frm ti uNino ti great ai had
smo hoi app mrasm with 1d usary-
asg alll at tahe dock @&*k I
a.m Oms scowled and kt tlher
lset Iu- to theUmslvea.
T voea of the ether partIs to
the eiversato were a t audn to
tI iriasr.bu t hat of te preldent,
wit as al pmstratimg roan4 burst

"1 dat give tn whdte what you
r yew umaoft dmanderstd Let
l -em stri, strtke and be d-d. But
yt al 'e thti from o-that ny
M- wsw fool mough to ttrow up
I jobde aosfr good ad IL He'll
Swrk again for the Iatln-Amrl-
-m -'-lp oImpany Im tihn or any
otbr ertp r take are of that. r
sdw wh and what I am ff they
dot know."
h dor spoued, a two white
fted, Itnmidateda mum omrgs, cap
hBuL o were eroB b luHaoking
mC eri wli x kbwrrs iuraJ the
i "Mnd of wr. aey tded
I0*Ot p ~th as u dMrrln drAea
s. did nt brenaf tboely usti they
Sendl themsel o the mu trean-
et 3-6lu 3, Mss 3 s ft em the surmet
fsu an they O mpoed their brow
a&d M elod mond for asaloo, nome-
tIS" o th a.ogant Insolence with
t tey ad da ended audl -e of
the ha t' the company aand wrbch
d been pIduy cowed out of tham
I tt bnrmdable and holeb i per-
-mwh at the op doer of the
me. t wMh ty ad bem through
to alel oftheir t review ptain
Ammes W~hmI prideat and geral
m-saw toft tLn, glrd after ai
dprt- g v-st m-I m round- the of-
Sae Tem wa ded alene, and ev-
emy iNleume from the highbts to the
as ubemI"mm *l "*npumb
am%" vrybwo oelse, mve wen
o bn Wmai wa u gb, became
deplyfrtmSd In his wsor.-
tSI up MLn. mth nd tel him I
ut to m him at on amI growled
ID me oam In parntiua o e
-s Is room and sda-md the
In a owr buto, however, h bellb
-, Mi s b Mspmdadl to tt wth
II arity not cstomeary In any other
euss I an Hew Tork.
S Mr. Brob to m en r.c" was
Jt el e r eceved.
e bey hured out and apomached
of ath ma behnd the ber lat.

"Mr. hseksth captain waa you,"
M. buska dl not reply, but he got
deww h-brey and witt bud grace
aom st ool and moved with equal
elemMen to the pre met room.


yet Ibsainued ate eumulye,
mek came today," was the ia
s- -ply.
iTul-memtl

"AU ~t, That's alL"
-ok went omt dene the door

Be wau i a bed temper hie-ff and
-as- ueaort to ueceal It. fee a ul-
h scowl mar vl He hasibum and


su-sy newt ifa. rot only wo
ob b --o ha bnmi ht a rateb

whiner meu sat w d l bee-il-y-
"en h i amelt thl "m wbat
o o b rm wan r and atn s eelg u
V-1ut hauat bie. And If He
esehm and eb 1t a eri at MriS
noworst ar mwr at hal thy wwen
Oe r udu u" mumis me of hi
iew A sodpng bb 0 hbw
asn i=o ede we nver takm I
IlyUf, for wth am Inta of tlOUPO
hy aln wUth a esagisUm ee
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"I hops Ut h -g-rho em do srWlkI'
you sweating blood to any extent un.
der the grinding procs"
"Jenklns, yo're a-a camel." retort
ed Brooks. "For a wp of ay you'd
let yourself be loaded till the last
straw broke your back. and tbm you'd
lick the hand that erusbed you."
"Sure" said Jenklns enthdlstlcHy
"Anybody can load me up that wnts
to."
"And I'll back his liquid capacity to
equal that of any camel" chimed In
another clerk while every one within
erahot grin
"Oh, you can laugh," aiumbled
Brooks. "but it doesn't alter the truth
of what I ay. It's men like him that
have made our society today what It
a moulless, heartless oppressive
civilation n which Croemsums walk
roughshod over the men who are
dowa and thrust them deeper bito the
slough with one foot as they climb
higher and higher to the power that
the poAAeMAo of Inooceltable wealth
carries with It."
"'Tws ever thur sighed jenkalm
"But there I yet hope. Our Josepb
bhath received a call to uplift the down-
trod."
"Bfow did he get tt? What to his
recardr went on Brook, Ignoring the
Interruption. "Why, be started out as
a sealer or a south Patcif trader.
which is those days was the ame as
bene'a pirate, and you know and
know that his name was a terror to
Nlormem from f an Francco to Anu-
tralla. He made his first money by
bullytn and ill treating other men and
killing them, too. on occasion. Its a
matter of common knowledge. And
he's been a buccaneer ever since
Didn't he bunko and Wandbag my fa
thbIn-aw out of control of this com-
pany? And what bas he done since
then but act the brutal tyrant over
everybody connected with It. beating
US down to the lowest wage a man
can est. on that be may add to bbhi
dirty heap, running this omee with
t boot and rope end as though It
were hib lawless hilp and we were his
groveling Lasear crew. I hope the
longaboremem do strike They would
be doing humanity a service if they'd
u hin fuli of bullets."
"There's a lot of truth In what
Brooks Mys," assented a youthful
clerk In low toes, looking around cau-
touly as u be did so.
Well. after all, I don't see that
Ms'Ws got such a feree kick coming."
observed Jenklns to the disgruntled
ortor.
T"ou don't, ehb? sneered Brooks.
"You think $20 a week is big pay for
an accountant and collector who's
handled half the money of the line for
five years. eb'
"No; I mean that you are at least
solid with the bose and sure of your
Job, which is more than anybody ele
hern t, and that you stand to become
an o icer high up In the company one
of these days. WilliamIs a friend of
our family, Isn't be? You yourself
have boasted often that be visits you


and your wife."
"That's Just It.
vantage of his
wife's people to
rubit In. Other
ary rared but I


The swine takes
relatlons with
keep me down
people get their
doot Do you


that a square deal?*
"It hardly seems so but perhaps
there a reason. He may bare ome
object that will appear In due course.
and you'll go up several numbers at
one sweep. In the meantime," contin-
ed Jektins, lowering his vole, "I
wouldn't let on like you ave this aft-
ernoou if I were you. Joe. It can't do
any good and might do you a deal of
barm. You don't know who might bear
you, and the bos somehow knows
everything that goe on in the office "
"I don't care," affrmed Brooks sul-
Ifly. "I'd Just ga lef tell him to bhis
face what I think of him. and. by
gum, I will oem of them days, darn
hlmr
*A rll ribt" ed Jenkins. "I hope
I'll be around at the time so that I
cau perform for you the last sad rite
of gathering up your scattered re
maim. Ah, here's Jimmy Smltb

CHAPTER II.
AMIC S SMITH. superintuedent 01
the Utl-Amm-.Asn- 0<--s*m*l


IN


Add to all this a voice like a foghorn,
the effect of wbkich, when be raised
It, was. as he knew full well, to make
hls subordinates quake and to intimi-
date others who had to do with him.
and It will be realized that he lived up
fully to his reputation of being a hard
man.
For his quiet, unmovable and thor-
ougbly capable dock superintendent be
entertained a certain respect. He
knew from experience that the man
was not the least bit afraid or even
disturbed by his bullying manner and
his bellowing and that his glare, al-
ways squarely met, had no more effect
upon him than It would have upon the
bronze statue of Washington which
stands sentinel on the steps of the sub.
treasury In Wall street
Smith lowered himself slowly and
easily Into a big armchair beside the
president's desk.
"Two delegates from the Longshore-
men's union were here Just now." an-
nounced the captain. "They say the
freight handlers are going to strike."
"Ya-as' said Smith Interrogatively.
"Yes. What do you know about it?"
"Nothing except that they came to
me with a demand for higher pay for
the men. I referred them to you."
"Well, 1 didn't leave 'em any loop-
hole for doubt aa to my position In the
matter."
"You turned them downrw
-Turned 'em down! Of course.
What do you think? Suppose I hand-
ed 'em a raise on a silver platter and
bud 'o*nm out nf th onmr?"


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career by engaging In mininng Scant
success attended his efforts n thbb di-
rection however, and after working
with the dogged determination that
was one of his traits until even his
patience was exhausted be finally en-
tered the employ of the steamshtp
company In whose service he bad
risen to bis present position, with
headquarters Jn New York.
There was something about Smith
that caused men. and women also, for
that matter, to take to him on sight
The unbounded good nature, big heart.
edness and unselfishness beaming In
his blue eyes and in his whimsical
smile were written to every line of his
clean shaven face. Another thing that
made him remarked by all who came
In contact with him was his absolute
imperturbability. In all his thirty-
seven years of existence be never bad
been known to "get a move on," not
'even when a premature blast In a
| mine had sent the diggers belter skel-
ter for safety and carried death and
suffering to many. Smith bad walked
tranquilly away amid the rain of rock
and earth until it was all over. Then
be had returned and organized the
work of rescue, his placidity causing
the others Instinctively to look to him
for direction. Nor wma his speech
more hurried than wer his move.
mentL. He spoke but lttle. and then
his words came in a quiet, even. dis-
tlnct drawl But be "got there" as
quickly as most men, and a good deal
quicker than some whose nerves were
highly strung and with whom rapidity
of action was as necessary a breath-
ing, for be was possessed of keen pow-
ers of observation and common sense.
an earnestness of purpose that gave
his utterances weight and an Integrity
u unshakable as the rock of Gibral
tar. As a fitting, almost necessary.
complement of such a nature he was
endowed with a sense of humor that
added not a Uttle to the attraction be
exercised for those who knew himt
na146Pntly well to be able to appre
date hbi qualities of heart and mind.
He took a calm, all embracing survey
of the office as he entered, looked over
to Brooks' desk and saluted him with
a cordial motion of the hand and in.
structed a boy to notify Captain Wl-
llame of his arrival. He was ushered
Immediately Into the chiefs presence.
That worthy, who, like his superin
tendent, was clean shaven, was seated
at hIs desk In hbt shirt sleeves, and
the whole room, despite the wide open
windows. was thick from the smoke
from an old blackened corncob pipe at
which be was pufing vigorously. He
was a burly man, and the sort, thick
neck, the broad shoulders, the power-
Mfl big jointed finge and the mus
des that stood out In bunches on the
hairy arm disclosed by his rolled up
shirt sleeves denoted that he possessed
unusual physical strength. An ugly
man to get into an argument with was
Williamsm, one who, it needed no mind
reader to Judge, would be capable of
following the word with a blow that
would crush an ordinary opponent
For years. a Brooks had Intimated.
be had led the roughest life a man
can lead, hammering by sheer brute
strength a way to wealth by ways In
which scruple had counted for nothing
at all and expediency for a good deal,
and his entrance upon a higher plane
of civilizaton had not Impartbd much
polish to hb a-peamoe, hablta or
speech, which were tbose of tim old
time sailing ship mariner, although of
late years he had striven to conform
more closely to the examples of re-
finement be witnessed In the only po-
lite society he cared for, which was
that of the family of hils dead friend.
Stanley Harris, who was general man-
ager of the'Latin-American line when
be obtained control of It He had a
way of glaring at a person from un-
der his bushy eyebrows with a scru-
tiny that seemed to read through and
up and down him and made him most
im at ease under It
He made his decisions promptly, an-
thortatively, after the manner of a
man accustomed to command and to
be obeyed without question, and he
never changed them, at least in his
businem and administrative dealings.


Ind the Ink splashed from the wdLs to
their sollcryUtal stand.
Them labor agitators ain't got
no notion of the ftne of things
They ain't got a grasp on economic
conditions for a cent. They got to do
something to live without working so
every once In awhile they go to the
men as pays 'em to be walking dele-
gates, gives 'em some glib talk about
their rights and advises 'em to strike
for more money. Do they look around
and try to find out whether an ad-
vance Is warranted by the conditions?
Nary a look. Do any of the men they
hand out their advice to try to find
out? Not on your life! They go ahead
like a lot of sheep and strike and
starve and blame the restJt on cap-
ItaL"
Smith nodded.
"If they carry out their threat and
quit." continued the captain. "you
will clear an the strikers from the
docks, throw 'em off If necessary.
knock their silly blocks off, but tell
them as wants to work that full pro-
tection wifi be given. Ill arrange
with police headquarters to have a
sufficient force of bluecoats on bind to
gurd our property and will also not
fy our docks at other ports to be pre
pared. You will fix up accommodations
for the strike breakers In the sheds
here until the trouble is over and
make arrangements to bring men from
the Inland cities. In this matter you
need spare no expense. Understand?"
"I guees so," replied the superin-
tendent.
"Then It's up to you."
"Anything elm you want to sm me
about?"
"Not now. You can get In touch with
me any time you want me. You know
about where I'm to be found."
Smith drew In his long legs, raised
himself from the chair and took up
his hat to go.
"See here, Smith," said the captain.
his voice rising gradually to Its fear-
some bellow, "f's nigh on to twoscore
years since I took my first vessel, the
Sally Moran, out of Frisco as master
and owner, bound for the south se
Islands to trade. and I've commanded
my own ship every minute since and
held my own against all sorts of lub-
hers as would have done me and done
for me If they could. And do you
think I'm going to be dictated to by
any white Itered gas bag of a crawl-
ing delegate who comes here holding a
knife to my throat by threatening a
turnout without giving me a chance



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to meet It If I don't give In to his de-
mands on the spot? No. sir, not by an
all fired sight No, sir, not In a
thousand years! I own this outfit
froui keel to main peak, and If I can't
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Seizing a thick ruler ou the desk, he
snapped It without apparent effort, and
as he sat glaring there with his di-
sheveled hair, his pugnacious, massive
underjaw protruding and his big fists
tightly clinched on the broken wood,
causing the muscles of his arms to
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"I don't know but what you're right
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titled to do what you like with your
own."


He went out and on his way to the
omce exit stopped at Brooks' desk.
"Well, bow's things, boy 'be In-
quired with an Interest so kindly that
one might have thought there was
nothing elm in the world with which
his mind was bccupled and never could
have suspected that there lay before
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of one of the most Important steam-
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up to supper tonight. Emma was say-
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"That's so. I've got to square my-
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my fault altogether." -
"Then we'll expect you to supper?'
"I can't promise, because I've a deal
to do between now and this evening.
but I'll come if I can."
"So long. Jlmsy.-
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