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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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 15, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID03272
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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A Matter of National Sentiment, a
Trophy the Proudest Nation is
Glad to War
A If to eaae ase reakm a
the ientite Doubtlng Tbomas
Ss who had bee reading the at-
apb with their pessimists
reCsal to credit Dr. fredertck Cook
ith his greatest modern geograph-
cal attainmets came the electric lash
wIch, translated lut the vernaclar,
became tr and sris ailed to
the north pola" The signature to ths
wonderful massage was "Peary," and
that wa eaoulg to mk It of so-
prames iportaMne
Peary disoered the pole on AprU
190 and co sequently reached the
coveted gol early a ar later than
Dr. Cook. He did not find any traces
at Cook's expedits near the pole.
Pery's Last Trip.
Comainodore Peary left New York on
his ast trip on July?, 10W, to oin his
exploration steamer Roosevelt at Syd-
ne, Cape Breteb,tr the dash to the
le The vessel wa admirably equlp
pad tersuh a expect, ad ahe es.
plor wAS cMAmant M en g
"I I have erdary good Lack." he
maU Just befor his departed, my
reads In -New York may take It for
grand that I,wml make my final dash
g the eomlag wntIer, if i .Ujo
rsech the pole to e winter of ImUS
which s the hop w my fe ou
w hear of my tatemp between Aug
u and Sept. 156 im -
The exptoer arried at Cape T ok,
Orenland, July 31 190n On Ag. 11
th Roosevet was at Etah, which
polat seleft SepL. 8 Hehad a ood
pply af 3allo dogs and provi-

T IMst werd at Peary prior to
Message was received Oct. 7, 190
ftb Hany WolMy, a wealthy real
Sdet oc New Baven, CoL. who was
lft by the expeadton at tab In care
C Pearys provionoa. He said that
be RooWvt leftt l b ta e As 15 oe
as marthemra ourney.
Bone idM e the crse the explorer
tok may be gaind iom his plans as
he outled them before his departure
1Is idea was to reach the pole by the
m eamt route," a way wideh he
1a-elf bad studied and developed
during e fs b r expedtftna. The ad-
vantagP o th route that it allows
Sbas of saule approxImately 100
lUs nar the goal than the Spit-
b-r camc am eWf rlval
The advantage of the rout a
peared rn Peary's trip In 190 when
be attained the northernmost point
huafrto enh by man- degrees
ante at the trty-.tb meridian
ef west eigtub Ths was on Apri
L Te eomnnmsder ea his prsat
e 4 dM sm hoped to olow the path
take thrme years ago.
OCawmht lee Drift.
O uatrvely smooth traveling he
thr and an be reaebed latitude
8 degsm 12 minmtem There he en-
counetrd a ttrrife storm wbich held
m prisoner while th Ie drift ear.
ried im senty ile to the eas
Thes hankpe and. OW cOwtt-,

Uto between the heavy, rough, nearly
motionless e embayed In the great
I bright between Cape Jesap and Crock-
er Land, and the less heavy, more mo-
bie iee of the central polar sea, mov-
ing steadily from the Ice encumbered
areas north of Bering strait, across
the pole toward the north Atlcntle In
a broad stream between Cape Morris
Jesup and the northern point of Franz
Josef Land.
"I have little doubt of my ability to
mabe s leab-that the eighty.
aurth pur aMl-stead of tb north
oat ef Grant Land (83 degrees north
attitude my point of departure, with
ftA loaded sedge If ths is done
ft will sortea the route by nearly 100
M*e and distinctly simple the

"On the return march In the next
nidlikn 1 probably shall do volun-
tartly what I did tavoluntarily last
time-that Is. retreat upon the north
coast of Greenland (a course diagonal-
ly with the set of the Iee) Instead of
attempting to come back to the north
coast of Grant Land (diagonally
against the set of the Ice).
Feature of Plan.
Th man features of my program
are. fret, the utilization of the Smith
found, or 'American' route. This
mst be accepted today as the best
of al possible routes for a determined.
aggressive attack upon the pole.
"Second.-The selection of a winter
base which commands a wider range
of the central polar sea and Its sur-
rounding coasts than any other poRsl-
ble base in the arctic regions. Cape
Sheridan Is practically equidistant
from Crocker Land. from the remain-
ing unknown portion of the northeast
coast of Greenland and from my 'Near-
est the Pole' of 1906.
"Thrd.-The use of sledges and Es-
kimo dogs. Man and the Eskimodogs
are the only two machines capable of
uch adjustment as to meet the wide
demands and contingencies of arctic
travel. Airships, motor cars, trained
polar bears, etc., are a premature,
except as a means of attracting pub-
lle attention.
"Fourth.-The use of the hyper-
borean aborigine (the Whale sound
Eskimo) for-the rank and file of the
sledge party. It seems unnecessary
to enlarge upon the fact that the man
whoe heritage Is life and work In
that very region must present the best
obtainable material for the personnel
of a serious arctic party."
His Previous Recard.
Commander I'c-ry has stood in the
foremost ranks of arctic explorers for
early two decades. He was born at
Crsson Springs. Pa.. In May. 1856 He
entered the nary In 1881. His first
polar experience was acquired In 1886,
when be made a recconnoissance of
the Greenland Inland Ice. In June.
1891 he sailed from New York on the
Kite and. making his headquarters at
McCormick bay. on the west coast of
Grenland. penetrated as far north as
latitude 82. In 194-5 he reached the
svety-elgbth parallel on the west
Greenland coast. In 1SO-9 be went to
between the serenty-ninth and eighti-
etb naraltta on the eas t c of Ells-


of ohe asgei~og i coist of
Greenland the distance e abput 6 de-
rees, or 80 geographical aMle
Then xt winter mand ering (
1900) e used Fort Conge as his be
and croed over to Grenlad and fol-
lowed a out pitlouy traversed In
studying the eoast In latitude 88 de
we 0 10 uan0t0 after Iatbna the
land, be omeountered a breed streak of
open water wMcb could et reased.
He tben turned beck. In Aprl, 1901,
be procedee fta Fort Conger In a
northwestrly direction tewatr Cape
Heelsa This was to have been h
point of depature hfm Grant land.
His dos gave out before be got there
and a third spring was permitted to
pass without litprovil the opportu-
nity so teaptingly at hand. In 1902
the latter program was repeated.
with a Uttle better fortune Pery actu-
al ot out of the e fty or ixty
umled from the ocean. On April 21 he
was In latitude 84 degrees 12 minutes,
the highest attained on tis sde of the
pole. He then found so many openntgs
In the Iee, however, that a farther ad-
vance was foolhardy.
That Commodore Peary ad a very
clear Idea of what the discovery of the
north pole would mean to the discov-
err, the country be represented and
to men of science s Indriated by a
statement he made on the eve a hi
lat expedition. He saMd:
"The attainment of the pole spells
national pretge. For three centuries
some of the best men na the beat coon-
tries have devoted their lives to tMs
quest and without nuess. The con-
quest of the norh pole the lut great
geographical prse wMeh the world
has to offer to advrettunr man. For
that reason I feel by every right that
this grat country of o should be
the winner. Once won there wll be no
future challenge. To the first conque
or belong the spoils and the glory.
Entirely regardless of any Intrins
value, the discovery of the pole wll be
as I lstlnct a milestone to the history
of the globe as was the discovery of
America by Columbus
The efforts whch have been eam
red on for the past 00 yearn to nd
the vole ha resulted a seerUi a

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very large amount of scientific mate.
rlal and Information and of greatly
widening our geographical horizon.
Stll more important Information is yet
to be obtained from the remaining
great unexplored area and artlcularly
In this case n connection with the
polar sea, the hydrography of which Is
entirely unknown. And yet, without In
any way desiring to detract from the
value of such work and results, I feel
that the great meaning of this con-
quest les not in these. It is rather a
matter of national sentiment and the
fact that the north pole is a trophy
which the proudest nation In the world
wvll be glad to win and wear looms
very large to mes.

was seen In the red face, hands ani-
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of Henrietta, a. His awful plight
from eczema had. for five years, de-
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doctors, who said the poisoned blood
had affected his lungs and nothing
could save him. "But." writes his
mother. "seven bottles of Electric Bit-
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all blood disorders and rheumatism
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Mr. Geao T. Self of Dead, gad
paid Tala L dge Na. & Oa lb. a
eleal vist IsNt ght amd ha rsew
a repal recepu a He wm ad lthe
6001eru of the Initiatory d e OR
W. 1 Chmbsm a M l ONiP tod
tho,lose Mthe imeleatW ein da6
ad taL proe-edd to a- y the led e
a s iI talk the egod f the
oder ma the wederl wo I t hs
aooei.pis.d s@INce it was oabish-
d I- Salttmore April 1M It
wedarfl growth ad the ud I bu
done Is the weorldM was Y s b-
OdL 6 spoke of the etl u SIWN
peogle have to the order beea- it I
of a sorst matre. This Onl ftor
the -od t the order at ue.osethat
sel pe ohseme Ho a thas t
iiIsmors spoho agIst the order s.
came of this feature af b rs s-
meat and thua told a very i
story of a ma who had traveled the
woMd oe and see am the wmelders
and Narv of nature amd se day
pad" a san rr and saw an o tall
a"led to the lsde of tbr dew nd
protrdin through a ale to e out-
side. He sloked ad ledned made
a note In his diary about this rutage
Incidet. Finally his atlias attract-
ad bOe Mttetlon of the *t of tha
tammery who questioned him on his
tie-r. The trvelr aid: TV trav-
eled te rmu over, but ur woadero
knows as been& to ame how tht s
got through that bole Is the door,
horn, b f and hid ad them ot
stuck en his tadl Mr. Satf is very
asa gtlerman ad Saaem fiends
w"nrs t pa goe Mr. Se is a con-
tractor and builder, livd b ohood
and young manhood day i Orlud
whrs he b showed his aieg and them
moved to D Oeand nd teen h had
net the advantages n school Is his
youth, determined to take a ours at
the a ot U tn Stetson University.
He made *ppleistlow, was admitted
and part of this unuuaMl proceed
was h entered athe lass with
his sm who wre student at the
same tis, but e rsoon outstripped
them nd abLedt bh m ote with
redi t to h-imef and the Institutlon
that has made Dand famous.
Theo d master sports he Odd
hl*Ui len of Florida grswiag ad
thea~n a bight future for the orde
Il tie state. The memb rs at Tu r
lode woore delighted with Mr. eirs
vIt and trust he can meet with them
again ore his term of office expires
Mr. lf ges from Ocala to Biushn
to viit thad I tO_ bL AfLe the
bml tsf theas wou eWas tasmet-
0 O refresments. emisin of. lee
creeM Oake*, msde and Cfm
were passe and hear atily esoed by
Amasg the visiting brothers attend-
lng the meeting of the Oeals Odd
lIew last night were Mr. 8.
Ru of Ofrd, and Mr. 0 W. Car-
udter, ao Coleman. Mr.fBah re-
ported that Captain Bl MaKay, who
St winter sold hs orange move at
umunerield and moved to Tampa,
wnr be a berbed Is the coesmaris
bumsim hais ft ed to OXCM hi
old hoeM to recruit his health and is
-etti along nicely. r. Cruthers
said h has the contmet to beld the
smew 'saeoi m at Coleman and
ease up to got certain -lmberto Wa-
te the building so that ths term
of school canbs .taught. Ji I.. The
building will be a credit to the pub-
He, sprit of the town and the interest
the people take in the education of
ther e lIdrma He also reported that
tbe blid a of aom r in Coaean was
quite active and tha it Iwas the con
mm of opinion amoe trucker
that this -sso would e the largest
areme wanted In Warm S prigp
Hammoek keon na history. The
past a was an o,-soptlemar goepd
o aad .Coeman Is thriving as .It
never did before.
8. L Ori the sueMIIful farmer
and mo grower of' Oxford, was
bhere thlds morning and asoM a pair of
good mules to Messrs. Tompas and
Cobb. Mr. Orlggs says the arr
and truckers of Oxford ate preparing
for tha bI8mt upa rib and sausage
campahn ever couduotd I that proa-

Mrs. Charles rLyrs of Sum r.
ied was r town this rslg visit-
ig her mother, Mrs. aney Wallae.
Mrs. Lvers Infoumed the Sar repor-
ter that her so, Wallace, who Is the
L A. L a t i bradetow was
married to a very sweet woman. Missl
Addl aiterlna. who foe several

term was principal ol th Bradea-
town school Tis season she pre-
sides ver'th Saratota school.
I. A. Wliams, of North Delphi,
La. whom CoL Lvtiengto has been
showing our fie farming and truck
lands, left today for Tampa to see a
favorite Sephew and tend his trip
to Ft Myers. Mr. William was so
\ weH pleased with Marion that he bu
about made up his amid to Rvest in
Ocala ads, but will first co it
several of his childrm and other who
propose to cast their lts together,
when they have the bowl weevil whieh
created m havoc In the cottem field
of oIalianl.

Mr. T. J. McRae. the Gaheav
Pmrehad11 broker, was Is towA
day and samd Fld was bru
more tha twice as much mefebar
than she did a year ago. Mr. Mel
wanted to know if Ocala dtdnt hi
a cadidte for Coeares His ans
wa that Ocala bad no candidate a
vrmaa =ath. nehuan bum %. IN-

Givs His sem' S n ide t
at sumtervwle


. Editor Star: I wish to make some
carrectkos In your paper as to the
statement of my friend, Mr. Daval.
who I know would not misrepresent
anything wrongfully or Intentionally
do so to malead the public, as to the
trouble that has befallen upon my
Mr. Duval states that my son and
hie wife did nott along amicably
together, ot which Mr. Duval was
wroagfully Informed, for there never
was any trouble between my son and
is wife, and I have In m, poieasson
two letters his wife wrote him only a
short time before the trouble, and she
wre one Friday before the tragedy
occurred. Both letters were written
very affectionately to her husband.
and, I never beard of anything pass-
lng between my aon and his wife. I
had ever heard that his wife's father
and motherwere trying to separate
them until after the tragedy occurred.
My son's wife wrote him a very af-
fectlioate letter on Friday, telling
him to be sure and come up on Sun-
day ad tae her out In the country
to the unveiling of the W. 0. W.
monument at the Sumitervile cem-
etery. They passed the day together.
d everyone who saw them said they
were as pleasant as they could be.
My son returned to his wife's father's
bqme after they had spent the e na-
In riding around, and my son told
h wife to get ready and accompany
thim hone. Her parents refused to
let her go, which started the trouble,
and told him that their daughter
should never live with him any -t ore.
They treated him very badly and
made him leave. He came home on
Sunday night and went back Monday
to see If his wife would not come
home with him. Then the tragedy
occurred and as to what passed be-
tween them I am unable to say for I
'do not know, and no one regrets the
deplorable affair more than I. If I had
known there was any trouble between
my son and his wifes family, I should
have done all In my power to prevent
any trouble. But I didn't dream of
such an occurence. They undoubtedly
had him wrought up over tme thought
of parting from his wife and be did
not realize what he was doing, as he
was devoted to his wife and the
thought of being separated from her
caused the trouble.
Yours very truly.
Thomas Bevill.
Center Hill, Fla. Sept. 24. 1909.
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not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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We, the undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
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Family Pills for constipation.

Battle Harbor, Labrador, Sept. 15.-
"I am the only white man who has
ever reached the North Pole, and I
am prepared to prove this."
This statement was made to repre-
sentatives of the Assoelated Press by
Commander Peary, when the Asso-
ciated Press tug after a stormy pau-
sage from Sydney, pulled up along-
side the steamer Roosevelt Peary
"This is a new record in newspaper
enterprise and I appreciate the com-
plimenLt. I have already stated pub-
licly that Cook has not been to the
pole and this I reaffirm and will stand
by It, but I decline to discuss the de-
tails of the matter. These will come
out later. I have said Cook's state-
ment that he had reached the pole
should not be taken seriously, and
that I have him nailed by concrete
proofs to support my statement. In
six months you probably will get the
whole story. It would not be pollcy
for me to enter upon a full debate
with the subject as It now' stands. To
do so I would be giving out much in-
formation of which other uses could
be made. I Intend to wait until Cook
has Issued his full authorized state-


:Is name Is "bad cough." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he wi;l
steal your health away. If he appears
In your house arrest him at once with
Ballard'p Horehound Syrup, it may
mean consumption I you don't. A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price Sc. tc and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.

Mr. J. D. Williams of Arcadia, for
many years a resident of Ocala and
for several terms marshal of the city.
arrived in town yesterday and will be
here for a month visiting friends.


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I will have car of choice Kentucky

bred horses at my place at Einston.
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
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am in position to save money to pur-
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H. Wlis, Jr., vmlnston. Fla.

r ale after Aug. Ch I have
m the m. This stock has been

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the Pepbete City

Miss Annie Feinberg left Tuesday
night for New York, where she goes
to buy goods for her father's store.
The Inverness Chronicle says:
"Cray Kibler, of Dunnellon, was In
Tampa Wednesday." The Chronicle
should not use our mayor's nick-
name thusly.
Orville Barnes returned from
Madison Monday. where he had
been visiting relatives for several
Work goes merrily on in the pav-
ing of our streets. When through,
Dunnellon will have streets second
to none In the state for a town of
this size.
Mrs. Ed. L. Anderson and son,
Marion, left Sunday for Atlanta,
where they will spend some time as
the guests of relatives.
Messra Harry Peter, N. H. Bos-
well and Wiley Hood went up to
Ocala Tuesday to look after some of
Mr. Boswell's mules.
Mrs. 8. M. Thomas left Mon-
day mornef for Tampa and Green
Springs, -whefi she will spend some
Mrs. N. H. Boswell was quite ill
the first of the week, but is much
improved now, we are pleased to
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sanders re-
turned last Friday from Ocala,
where they had been visiting rela-
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mizelle and
babies are at Green Springs spend-
ing the holidays.
J. D. Odum, of Gaiter, left last
Friday night for the western part
of the state to lok at a turpentine
farm that he and Mr. George Pette-
way expect to buy.
J. L Ward, of Dothan, Ala.,
brother to Mrs. Noravander Wat-
kins, died at the home of his sister
in this city last Thursday night His
remains were escorted to the train
Saturday morning by the local lodge
of Weqdmen of the World, of which
he was a member, and a number of
friends and relatives, and were ship-
ped to his home at Dothan. The
corpse was accompanied home by
Mr. and Mrs. Noravander Watkins
and the mother and father of the de-
ceased, who arrived here last Fri-
day afternoon, too late to see their
loved one alive.
The play, "A Box of Monkeys." by
local talent, was presented at the
opera house last Friday night. A
large audience was present, and by
the applause given the players it
was very evident that the play was
greatly enjoyed. The play was
given for the benefit of the churches
of the city and a neat sum was real-
ised for each of them. Miss Annie
Feinberg deserves great credit for
getting up the play and the players
also come in for their share of
credit and praise.
We see by the Tampa papers that
Capt. W. B. Denham. general man-


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Is In every sese oThe Sale Mf SableM rI
besi s trade a we have ever a l
is aLs othat opeitheIg day we dM et have w isi wf
as promp ay s we should Hke tb have dIe lijM w
as, we ow have plenty o lerks to o wantt i i
your Meantoe to a few aSpecals" Iof E S IAL ALE .a ,ay ii
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Yard wide Tafetta Silk, assorted colors, $1.25 quality,
at only. ..... ... .. ...... ... .. .......6
46-inch Mohair, assorted colors, 75e quality, at
only ........ . ... ...... ...... ..... 4 e
Suesine Silk, assorted colors, sells for 47 1-2c, sale
price only ...... ...... ... ... ...... ......
Brown Dress Linens, good grades at upward from d4e
large asortement of White Dress Goods, sultable for
Waists and Suits, that sold for nearly double, to go
at upward from .................. ........7e
36-inch White Linen Lawn, worth 40c, at only ....2 e
36-inch White Linen Sultings, worth 50c, going at
only............... ..... ........ .......24e
99-inch Linen Sheeting, suitable for ladies suits, at
.only ...... ..... ............ .......... .. .
Colored Dress Lawns that sold up to 15c, going in this
sale at ......... ...... ...... ................e
Dress Lawns In assorted colors, going at upward
tlom ............. ......" ..... ........ .13 14e
40-inch White Lawn, good quality, 15c value at only 10e
36-inch Pereles in the newest shades, fast colors,
only ... . .... ... . . .. .. . . ..
40-inch Whlte Lingerle, very nice, worth 25c at
only ... ... ... ............ . .. ....... -14
White Cross Barred Nainsooks, good quality, at only ge
Colored Madras, suitable for children's dresses at
only ........... . ..... ..........
Arnold Colored Satines (known as broadcloth) worth
19c, at only ...... ..... .... ............. .0e
Simpson's and American 3-4 Percales, the best made,
worth 8c, at .............. ...... ...... .... Se
28-inch Unbleached Sheeting, worth 5c, at only .... 4e
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheeting, good weight, 8 values,
at only ...... .... ...... ...... ....... .51
S39-4nch Unbleached Sheeting, very nice quality, 10
goo0 ; at .... .......... .. ..... ...... ;6*-4
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, no starch, 10c quality, at
only .... ..- .i .... .... ...... ..... .e
Amoskeag Ginghams, good for aprons, 8c quality, at
only ..... ................. ....... .. 51*c
Apron Ginghams, thin but serviceable, 6c goods, at
only ..... ........... ......... .. ..4 14e
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, sells for 25c, at only .... 19C
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 33c goods, in this sale only 23c

J. & P. ,pe rad. all is. d air *
SGold Red Nges at per paper only ...... .
u o .a Strings at 'oly fbr .......
. tm'.uarats BtD Papes for ...... ... ,

3 page P l Tablets for ...... ........... .
ppo y1t Pnc1s at. tor ......
U Ir Clocks tor .. .........
S72-RI ch Moealto Bars, Iron frame, for . -.....
,laDee Mquilto Bars, Iron frame, for only ..$.- '
Good quality Window Shades at upward from .n .
.o' Peca. Shirt Waists, well made an
at only .. ... ...... ...... ......
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aspet s a lot of suits that we have he sm a Wlh *
S to $9.98 which so in this sale for .... .....$4.
* Another good lot is all wool worsted suits, made up e :
, .theert test style, the kiad that we have bee get
" $S;;.-t BO for, only .: ... ....... ..-. .... .
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Sp "' t.
Our speWal for this ale ir a lot of pants that w.e ..
been belmg up to' ~ 98, which will o at ..
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Another good lot Is some all wool pants MiBui.
the vry-latest style, fll peg, belt strap, sMa,
Sbuckles and well worth up to $5, all go inl thd a
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We want to take this opportunity to thank the people for their liberal patronage dining the Sale
as well as before it began. The short notice given of ttlle Sale is proof conclusive that the public has
learned to know that when we say "SPECIAL SALB" it really means that we have reduced our prices

to rock bottom for the occasion.

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down the fence under the grand the full particulars in regard to this
stand frst; and the fact that if the 'affair between the Camp Phosphate
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S : : T 1)ns. 1umt PAlP Mi lI AN ATTEMPTED ROINMEY

S-' Last night at 10:M Mr. Gu Haley
w Ias returning to thie Ed Carmchn
Raw"Lr S meet thi,'" vc home, when looking over to the Ray-
agles met hi e en ing. s tor place he saw suspicious characters
1.A^;- MlB ewaround the house. He summeaed Mr.
FA LILL I ons meet tomorrow night.
Mason meet tomorw n Carmichael and together they went to
ARRIV mt day ven, investigate. Tey ot itn few
SI ebeah t riday evening few of the mn when the supposed
.R fl I M"Wsaukesha" Ginger Ale at Bllard's housebreakers broke and ra Mser
.Carmnnlchael and Haley. having no
SMr. Will Jeffcoat is on the sick list arms, called in Sheriff Glallway. who
O w iMr. ayeraft boght aor splendid line of hnds10 and a lshb put bloodhounds on the trail but the
m eI nw go ~s ware urrvipg daily. We have n espeeglay Filing cases at the Ocala News Co. dog became cnfus and notlbng
S 3rItr M I M taprted t d dt-rie r h--" t bats in t be I Dr. Walter Day is on the sick list. a e
i--s. Ae an styles sad a grat range of prices r untrimmed shape. AT THE AIR DOME
t r k e lsen, beglht early before the recent advance I price, will Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight.
b g i eva r r sh e e. Al the new style willow plames, the new- Prices 10 and 20 cents. tr to the r Dme byd their
S1 Veves d d for trimmings. eathers and rma nts a s. H. C. Mills s quite Ill at her splendid singing. They had a goed
I-In M I sayrft spent three weeks In the markets of the e st stdy- home on Oawaha avenue, crowd and frequent applause last ev-
In tMe slats nd making the selections In perse and we feel safe In ay- ening. Go around this evening and
Sb- gu b fti just what the people of Oeala and MaYrl county will Have you seen the picture puzzle hear them. and eee the pctrs "Miss
pp-sm e In ad see the new goods. pot cards at the Ocala News Co? aust" will be a new one on
There re re 2t arrivals at the Ocala EAGLES MEET THIS EVENING
ous yesterday. Regular meeting Aerie 114. P. O. ..
z aPer Crea ar ter cotmh to be held this evening. Important
*~ ytft t e rt &o ry. business aNd Ilntiatlo. Le t 811 mem-
EL-- -,2..... bers be presacntL
Mr. D. A. Clark of Martel Is a guest
Rose-Violet Talcum, 25c. the bottle, In a postcard to "Tex" Martin, Mr.
at the Postoffce Drugstore. E. H. Mote, who has been spending
the last few weeks at Eaatpet, Me.
AN IM Mr.E. R. Bliss. of Orlando, Is at the describes his success In catching fish:
T *T ANY RIP Montezuma. First day, 6; second day, 82; third
O SC I I f41.CUC_4_L E d day, 95; total, 24e; 1840 pounds, cod-
Mr. John Gamble of Dunnellon is a fish, halibut. haddock under and
guest of the Montezuma. pollock some welahinag 6 pounds."
Mr. Mote also writes of the bracing
SNathan Mayo of Summerfleld was sea breeses, which m kes overcoats
WK CARRY A A OMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRESI AS a business caller In town today. necessary on summer mornings. East-
por Is on Passamaquoddy Bay, an
,' W LL AS OTHER AUTOMOILE SUPPULES. AUTO Mr. Robert Thagard of Dunnellon, am of the Bay of Fnndy, where the
1 WAUIRI AN ND TIRE VULCA IG UN was an town yesterday. tide sometimes ries sixty feet.
P IOMFLY AT R EASONALE PRICES A new shipment of peroxide cream Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb purChas-
Jut In at the Court Pharmacy. ed five very fne horses yesterday at
Wildwood for their livery business,
SAtlIA I O l WOl API. A The first brick were laid this morn- also a pair o good mules for 8. L
I = IROUN W URS, UAl.U L U Ing on the new opera house building. Gritgg of Oxford and sold a pair of
mules to Mr. J. W. Croby for his
logging camp at Martin.
Vaudeville at the Air Dome tonight lo camp t art
Prices 10 and 20 cents.' Misses Cora and Ossle Griffin, of
Mr. Will Marlow and family have Anthony, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
M-r. WillM-arlow and famly have A. R.-Griffin. were In town this morn-
OEIUA returned from High Springs. In, slopping.
Mrs. Jake Brown and children will Mr. D. C. Clifton from Holly Hill
SE UM AH TELparents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fort
rm lE. m cD ld has returned tehefy esteday be.
.if* METfromU u her vst oDunnellon. ing called there by an accident to her
g C-l i $ 1 P, &d I fi Dr. and Mrs. Crswell made a visit
Sto friends at Ctra today. Mr. John W. Sylvester went to St.
SM rak Wetherbe ad children Petersbnrg this afternoon to visit his
Mrs. Frank Wetherbee and children mother and sister for few days.
S are expected home from Shell Island mother and sister for few days
U a V Mr. and Mrs.- T. T. Munroe will
ePhone the Court PharmaM We leave in a short time for their former
Sre prepared to IM y e ders fer e nt wri e whever e' oe the Curt Pha We home In the hbibla4ds of New York
Sil emest ltek, hm di eks, hMl amad ed for, f l an d deliver your pre state, where they will spend a month
nd iM kins f ning mete al. W emply skilld workme erlptmons promptly. or six weeks, tarryng until the weath-
*IT alM eof pavq ma A We pesI ed A Mp t er g wets c hwd enoh to feme the
o ros, fa p qui niSee "Marshal Dinkins left for Tampa last r ets old enough to freese the
night to attend to business and Mr. A. malaria out of their systems.
JA4 ES R. MOORHEAD. MA GR. Brct marshal tda. Mr.K. Ege of 'the Ocala
OR N oTimes-Union Bureau, went to Gaines-
n _-- .__FR RENT--Hous on Fort King ville this afternoon to remain over
avenue formerly occupied by Mr. Lee ll tomorrow.
? n Miller. Apply to J. P. Philllps.
I There s a lady in this village who
New crop of ardesn dbd lower A fresh supply of the celebrated thinks so much of her husband that
V i VJm just received. W. ALnd-or hole-proof hoelery for women has she dresses in black whenever he goes
drugintst and sns. Ocala, aC been received at Fishel's away, even for a day.
Sk m J W AND VIMr Henry Barnett left yesterday Mrs. C E. Culbreath and little
HEALTH AN VITALITY for Oxford Ga., to resume his studies daughter are visiting Mrs. Culbreath's
at mory College. parents at Winter' .rven.
Te say, but if you will examie Cosmetics and lotions will not clear t ory parents at W ter Haven.
ear ly the eIe which melts so rap- your compimp p les and R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville. Mr. rank Drke, who has bee
blotches like Uis' Orlno Laxative, will ll l any make of second-hand din some me north, returned
y a t that the seems to for landiestion, stomach and liver typewriter, upon easy terms if desired. yesterday He was met n orth ackson-
be int tt, that the eupter la what trouble and habitual eonstnpation. vlle by yi He was met ackson-
Ito si w Ice," which, being per. Cleanses the s Aem and is pleasant Mr. Ed Tucker made a business vle by his wife and daughter.
em It t melt quoekly, to take. Sold by all drugglsts. visit to Inverness and DunneUon yes- DeWltt's Little Early Risers, the
I SC ARSHIP FOR Sterday. safe, sure, easy, genUte little liver
St IC SCHOLASHIP FOR SALE pills. The original Carboliwed Witch
Do not forget tnat you can find any- Hazel Salve Is DeWitt's. The name Is
The i d we tnra out Is qs ear A $40 bscolarship in the Stanley thblg you want l crockery and glass- plainly stamped on every box. It Is
-a a c 1 as It Is possible be abt make B College, ot ThomasvUle. G., was at the Ocala News Co. good for cuts, burns, bruses, sore
se A Is the most eeoomical e for sale for $1. Apply at the Star boils and sunburn-but ft is especially
to s. Ask the m- on the Red e* Mrs. Haskell and niece, of South good for piles. Sold by all druggists.
Wa ,toe teand see yoa. Lake Weir, were in town today shop-
-- KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER ping. James T. Carswell and Will T.
FU I & --- Henderson, from across the river, are
..S Al A merciless murderer is appendicitis R. C. Davis & co, or Jacksonville, in town today, the latter being super-
with many victims. But Dr. King's handle silk typewriter ribbons, 756. visor of the Key Pond school,; Inter-
E n N I Ua1 mV New Life Plls kilu It by prevention. each; $7.5S per dozen. viewed Supt, J. H. Brinson.
ra They gently stimlate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging Mrs. Sanders of Brooksville, who Dr. Abernethy, the great English
IbM 5 ftM 5 that Invites appedleltsle, eurtag con- has been visiting friends in Ocala, re- physician, said: "Watch your kidneys.
stlpation, blllonmess. chils, malaria, turned home today. When they are affected. Uie is in dan-

headache and indigestion. 2e at a l ger." Foley Kidney Remedy makes
Sdruggists. Three cents wm fan you ftr ten healthy kidneys, corrects urinary ir-
SeJ. PHl LLI S hours. Get one of those I-Ineh Wea- regularities, and tones up the whole
3 CENTS FOR IS HOURS RUNNING thaghosa funs from HK W. Tucker. system. Sold by all druggists.
L Rind D=_ e _oo is that. This is met sa auto- *
m"-- BOOeHo oha Th I no Mr. William Hocker returned yes- We ant your prescription work
PL a Fp onu eofthosle wI 8-.inI terday from Daytona, where he visited and ar prepared to offer you the most
Upni hvls Westinghouste electric vs tha t his wife-and children, skilled pharmacists and the purest of
.. Ullea *e*u"t. have Just "reeeved. Let me-jae one
UaR eLortu stwo o tsl I or am s o an l drugs to compound them. Tydings &
or two of them In yoar home or on Have you-men the new viiblea6- company.
M memo T ,1 tt- your OWL H W. Tueor, telmo-holes typewriter? R. C. Davise Co.,
trieyma n .general agents. Mr. Sanford Jewett has moved from
one of the Huburn cottages in the
NIR DEATH IN 00 POND Mrs. James W. Sanders of Early second ward to the cottage near
I It wams a thrilling experience to Mrs. Brd, was in town yesterday, the guest James Carlisle on South Third street
Ida Soper to face death. r ye rs of her sister Miss Lillie Frost. owned by Miss Pauline Sullivan.
RD raseere lun trouble srav Omed le Marshal Dinkins was received into Mr. W. H. Thompson and family.
1time M she write my s at. a Tulula Lodge I0. O. F.. last night on who came here from Wyoming Sun-
remedies faled and doctors sad I wa a transfer card from his home lodge day, have rented the Padgett cottage.
L l AMre B. O. incurable. Then nDr a Kw at Oxford. near the Jewish synagogue, which has
6 W e. Ard O Icrable.ThnDr. s New D been furnished for them and will
Scovery brousgt quick relief and a cure Bear In mina we carry a full line or keep house there until they ind some
so permanent that I have not been Staffords and Carter's Inks: also place suitable to their needs, which
lIvnes in ig eY a.-. f- ountanl peas from $1 up, at the Ocals they will purchase.
per lives In BIg Pod. Pa. It wmrtw News Company.
woeders i. coughs and cols, so News Com
AAll M f dos by icm ld inoins Sg ore SPECIAL fARLY BREAKFASTS
uIng,. hemorrhage Is grippe. sth-
d fi wua t ma. croup. whooping cough and un Ths wish extra ertybk-
broehlal affections. Sc and 1t. Trial tsts esa get same at the Elk Cate, as
bCD CCU~ottle fwe. Guaranteed by all dru- TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
-- FISHS" oc oe Nt 'Guarteedyas dr Carisle Center. N. year. B. Bur ta.
THE MEW PRUr A500 writes: "About four years ago I wrote
I r BelW s#raasts of choice N sL* le "p1ame has burned hi a you that I had been entirely cured of
trh aM at water Mbh of the best home i Ocal. A telephoe in better kidney trouble by takig two bottles
W* IsAL I Ihe e ntblg bet ash. than logaceu In aseoftburglars or of Foley's Kidney Remedy. and after
, hnae tkem rht_ An yoe need quick act o u. Teeet four years I am ain pleased to sta'e
m J_ r m uthat day or neght with telephone that I have never had any return of
W M. TUOKER t ne nte pe q puter ad- those symptoms and I am evidently
W TV I Ireva nce. Ocala TeWSepose C cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
'ene S. Mty M Remedy will do the same for you. Sold
--A- Lby all druggists.


Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for it than other
High grade Flour. Ev.
ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft
winter wheat. Sold ex.
clusively by



ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
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 8. Woodrow.
Holder Block. Ocala, Fl.

The A. E. Handly hoems no of the
met convenient and best built hoes,
lop let and all ovenoiences in the
heme, located in third ward near high
seesol building, fer ent or sale. Ap-
ply to David S. Woedrow, Holder
Week, Ocala, Fla.
We have In our fresh supply of re-
iable garden and flower seeds for all
planting. Tydings & Co.


. A fve-passenger automobile, two-
cylinder. chain drive. In first-class
condition and everything complete, for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.

Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
SlnUg done. Apply to J. T. Simmons at
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.

Many people do no need glasses but
most people do.
You may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One--awat for time and disease to
drive you to it.
Two-Consult us about It.
We Can Tell You whether or not you
ansd tbm. DL D. M. DONET.
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocmas PFt
Offce hourly: to 10 a. m. and 1:3
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms t and 4 Gary block.
I will sell 400 to 5 0 cords of best
quality wood at Montague station for
31.50 a cord at detit. Address C. K.
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla.




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from the tohe p o n1 I- nth s
yJacks avite r afte a idt aVt
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Mr. Mr A ei m nse rsfe

Dun*ell Supply Co* eame nn ft-
saned and hwent on to J6ak- e
this morning to look ater Ma-

Mr. W. TArol o ae Mand my

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MvUr., Aw. Re hA e w mals e er
Dunnellon Supply Co, came up om
that city last eight on the Srd fJm
trial and went on to Jakasmwnl
this mornn a to look after smne M
nes ma tters.

note. returned last night rspet c
of tilhe here with was e abd e u-

Mr. Otto Le briteg retard et
a visit to his parHets at oaeolt k Mr
Mrs. Lohrig will retrn to Ogal this
winter and Mr. Iohrlg will apet part
of the lme with them.
Mr. George B. Steli has bought a
Buick touring car. He bought the car
in Jacksonville and will run It through
the country as soon a the water re-
cedes a little.
Mr. C. C. Steveas of Bersin. cae
In this morning to meet Mrs. Steven
who returned today from Jacksonville.
where she visited her gandn Mr.
Ernest Rawls and family.
The Elks held a session lat night.
The attendance was light ad but lit-
tle business was transacted.
Mr. D. A. Castleburry of Rilbhmod.
Va.. s among last night's arrivals at
the Monteuma.
Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview. wlp
came up yesterday to attend the meet-
ing of the Elks was a guest of the
Montezuma last night.
Mrs. Charles Gates postmistre at
South Lake Weir. was In town today.
She said her husband was In L. Pe-
tersburg repairing Mr. F. 8. Upbha's
Mr. J. D. Odom is back from hs trip
of Inspection In West Plorida. He said
he saw some very fne turpentine
If the glare o the sun hurts your
eyes get a pair of smoked glasses
from us for i&e. The Postofbe Drug-

Wilbur Counts, who for some tme
has been assisting Mr. T. W. Troxer.
will transfer his services in a few
days to the Ocala News Co.
Miss Mary Bell and little nephew.
William Mellwaine, returned this aft
ernoon f a ew days' visit to Mrs.
R. R. Carroll at Woodmar.
Mr. Beal and daughter of Martn,
were pleasant visitors to our eity to-
and your muscles sore from cold or
rheumatism, when you slip or sprain
a Joint. strain your side or bruise
yourself, Painkiller will take out the
soreness, .and fx you right in a jiffy.
Always bave it with you and use 1i
freely. The oldest, the cheapest and
tile best medicine for internal and ex-
ternal aches and pains In man Is Per-
ry Davis' Painkiller, and for over sev-
enty years it has been the great
standby for emergencies In thousands
of families all over the world. Don't
go home without a s0c or one of the
new size 5e bottles. 3

Messrs. T. J. McRae and R. Bos-
tick of Gainesville. are guests 6f the
Messrs. Harry Peter and John Gas-
ble of Dunnellon came to Ocala yes-
terday in Mr. Peter's Buick car.
WANTED-An intelligent boy, 12 to
1C years old, to act as otGce boy and

learn the business. Apply at once to
Ocala Lumber and Supply conmpay,
Clyatt building.

Dr. H. C. Mils Is In from tiaverals
the western counties. While absent
he purchased a pair o fine horses to
drive on his travels.

"All thought rd lose my leg," writes
J. A. wenson. Watertown, Wis, "Teo
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last lad me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well." Infallible for skin eruptlone
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"Te been clumsy all my life, that's
alL. everything I've ever had in my
hands that was worth muh Ive gen-
rally let lip and fal Out n Colo-
rado when I was a kid around Lead-
vle they used to say that I sure
would tur out to be a sawed o and
hammered down, good for nothing
man. So you see the way things have
turned out. ve broken about even
with that prophecy."
"How broken even?"
making their side for the book, I
win the t bet and lose te second.
There ain't nothing sawed off and
hammered down about me, is there?"
"I should say not," she said. with a
merry laugh. "You've been pulled out
mke a piece of taffy."
Then I win but It was In doubt
quite some time. Never really did
start to grow until I was fifteen, and
then I Just eased out into my present
altitude. But the second proposition-
that good for nothing bet-I guess they
"Nonsense, Jimsy. How can you say
such a thing? You're good for a whole
"Emma," be declared solemnly,

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I was no mue, however. Joe's sulkl-
neas had aunk In; his temper was vi-
dous, deep and Ingrowing, a temper
se*btasu e had never suspect In
alna man an ber pettng, an her rovng
eoaxin. could not wean him from it
Se pressed her cheek more loosely to
Ms and fondled him, but he Jerked
away from her embrace and surlily
sought another chalr.
As he did so the bell rang from
"U bet that's Jimmy now," be mut-
Mulc hurt, but disguing her feel.
I Emma hurled Into the kitehea
and passed the button that opened
th entrance door of the houe.
There was a knock, the unlatched
door opened, and James Smith walked
"Anybody at home," he demanded,
"Wbt a solitary living soul" Emma
assure him. "Come In."
"Helo, Joel You a dead one. too?"
he mai
"Almost" replied Brooks, brighten-
Ing up a little n spite of himself un-
der the Influence of his friend's good
natured smile and cheeriness that lros
Itively emanated from him. "Just
come up?"
"Yep, and I reckon in about time to
help." he said, glancing at the crock-
ery on the table.
"Just In time" assented Emma,
whom drooping spirits aso began to
re under the diversion caused by his
advent "But Art explae what you
mean by not coming to dinner."
"I couldn't come, really. I tried my
beot, but I had to attend to such a lot
of business that couldn't be put off
that I was unable to get here n time.
I hope you didn't wait long for me.
rm awfully sorry."
"You look t-I don't think." she
scolded. "Go on; get busy If you're
going tor
"All right." he answered, taking up
a small pile of cupe and saucers very
gingerly. "Where do theas go? If
you left It to me, like as not I'd be
putting a nup plate behind the door
and slip a broom Into the edeboard."
"They go right In here."
He stopped on the way to the side-
board and turned to Brooks.
"Sn the latest extra, Joe?" be In-
quored. "be Orinoco wasn't hardly
scratched getting out of Rio Janeir."
"You don't ay"
"Kind o' cramped ever the bar. She'll
only be a day late now."
"Do be careful with those cups. Jlnm-
sy," admonished Emma. "They're
"Domt you suppose I know thatI
"I mean real china," she empba-
"All chnta and Chinamen look alike
to me Here's the paper, Joe. You'll
nd all about the Orinoco on the In-
side page."
He drew It trom his pocket and as
he did ano one of the cups balanced on
the saucers slipped off and smashed to
bits on the carpet.
"Now, Jimsy, you certainly are going
to get It," commented Joe, rising and
taking the paper extended to him.
Smith looked appealingly at bhis
'Jlnsy," she chlded, assuming an
expression of mock gravity, "bow
could you-my very best Sunday go to
meeting chinaI How could you!"
"Not how could I-how did 1" he
corrected, stooping and picking np the
pieces. "You know, Emma, I've had
butter fingers ever since I was a little
shaver, and I guess I always will
have-tIn bhesinems and everything else."
"Why, how do you mean?'

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whom we entertain the mot iaaer.v= et ad dait
therefore, partiCcilare har cokemrn"g the iuW ad iayM: iiMR rWO 6
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than 40 e proven such a boom... W. .a am S1 mm -- a bwlht-
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Medical Adviser, a great family doctor nk kd b iiod a ad i &
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about which very womr, wheheer yadg er i mmmad, hdi d kn. b t
which their sense of delicacy urko tahkem t hem* d.miefh.1i ija daot,
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"Of course Joe wouldn't take a cent
that don't belong to him," said Sath.
"I know that Williams does too. o
SI guess be figures him safe and don't
see the least bit of use in paying him
"But I wont stand it!" Brooks de-
lared, walng wroth again and fing-
ing himself In his chair. "Why do you
get raises Jimsy? You've been ad-
vanced time and time again "
"Lord, I don't know," be replied. "I
Just tell the old fellow that I ealculate
I'm worth more money. 'COm screos
or we separate,' I my, and so fr be's
always come."
"I was so glad to be of your last
good luck," remarked Emma sincerely.
A look of regret came over Smith's
"I only wish Joe had got it Instead
of me," he said.
Brooks Jumped to his feet.
"You dount need to wish that
Smith," e cried excitedly. "'m no
object of charity-no, I can't And
you're like all the rest of the emaptal-
te crowd-grid, grid, grid. We,
look out, there's going to be a smashup
-you understand? A smashup, and you
all go-mllionahrem toadies and-well
that's all I've got toqay."
He snatched his bat fram a book In
the hall and went out wthot another
word, alemming the froat door behind
him so heavily that the glasses onthe
sideboard rattled.
Emma gased at Smith In blank d
"I can't understand Joe," she aid.
shaking her head wony and pr-
plexity. "He's growing so morose and
"It's funny, ain't It," obered Smith
reflectively. "Joe's ust rushed out
filled up to the throat with anarchy,
socialism, smashups and all that stu.
almost ready to throw a boaml"
"He s, yet If Wiams had raised
him today S10 a week e would have
been a firm believer in capital and the
way it works."
She sged, took a seat oppoite to
him at table and with great ear-
nestness started in to question him.
"Jimmy," she began, "t ell e hoest-
ly-why doesn't Joe get onuy
"I really don't Pnow," he averred.
"I'm afraid you do" Emmansisted.
"Honest, I don't I've been so busy
getting along myself that I haven't
paid much attention to any ne else."
He paused and gased up at the ce-
ing, engrossed n thought
"You know, Emma," he went on sud-
denly, turning toward her,"this get
tng along business is a fny game.
Such a lot depends on what a man
means when he gets along Some get
along when they have got a lot of
money, some when they have a wife
and a home and a bunch of kds, some
when they are able to pick pockets
and fool the coppers. Getting along
and why you do or why you don't do-
pends a good deal on where you want
to get"
"And you. Jimnsy she questioned.
"Have you been getting along?"
"Oh. yes I guess o. I alnt got a
whole lot to kik about; perhaps .aI t-
te less, maybe a little more, than-Joe.
But the great Idea s not to get sore.
Joe's al right. Maybe he's ust being
prepared for a better living When it
comes hell appreciate It more."
"Somehow I don't seem to under-
stand him as I used to," she onfessed.
"There's been a change that worries
me-that worries me. greatly."
Three sharp rings of the bell put an
end to further conversation, and she
rose disappointed, and pushed the bht-
"That's mother's ring" she said.
"Please help me to bring some chairs
from the parlor. We can't go there be-
cause everything's covered up and in
disorder. They're papering the room
I shouldn't wonder If Captain Wfl-
liams were with them. He takes
mamma and Beth out i his new auto
and has brought them around here
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"But Willams-be don't lose her. He
"I should think you'd be glad." re-
marked Emma. "She's a brand new
ship. Isn't sher
"No, I'm not glad," he declared fu-
riously, rising and walking about the
room. "I'm tired of him, of his rot-
ten old steamship line, of all of it-
you bear? Of all of It"
"Joe, please!" she protested. "You
know I"-
"I know you've slaved and bore with
me long enough! Here I am-handling
all the money of that line, ain't that
so. Jlrnsy?"
"That's right," admitted the latter.
"But what's the matter?"
"Matter? Isn't It matter enough that
I should do all this for a mean. misera.-
ble living? I suffer and work. and
work and suffer, for that nasty, nig-
gardly salary and this beast, this wild
animal of a Williams, keeps us all
starving-yes, starving! Don't I de-
serve something a little better? Do
you know what I could do? I could
steal thousands, and no one would
ever know It!"
"Joer' she ejaculated, greatly shock-
"Oh, I'm not going to do It; but. with
all this responsibility, when I ask for
money I don't get it-not a dollar. You
do, Jimsy: you're single and you can
quit. And then Williams-what does
be do? Comes around here to my
wife with my mother-in-law-d-n him
--and rubs it in."
Emma looked at him pleadingly.
"Joe, you mustn't Captain Williams
means well, but"-
He turned upon her savagely.
"That's It-he means well. He
meant well when he was a south Pa-
cific trader. He meant well when he
treated his crew like dogs. e meant
well when he'd kill a sailor with as
much thought as a spider kills a fy.
He meant well when he cheated na-
tires, murdered men, smuggled China-
men Into this country, sunk vessels
for Insurance. He meant well when
be came east, bought the Latin-Amerl-
can company and put your father out
of business, and now-now that he
has his money, his millions maybe, be
means well when he refuses to give
his men a fair share of what they pro-
duce. Means well? Yes, be does-
"Joe, are you crazy?" demanded his
wife, alarmed and a little angry at his
"Well, there's a whole lot of truth
in what Joe says," put In Smith con-
ciliatingly. "You see, Williams did
start out as a captain of a south Pa-
cific trader, but, like most of them
fellows. I guess he stole a good deal"
more than he traded. He had'the rep-
utation of being the strongest man on
the coast or in the tropcs--could break
a man's arm with as much ease as
tou'd snap a straw. He's harsh, Wil-
liams Is-harsh! When he came east
he got control of the latin-American.
He loved money, and he got It-most
any way he could. Yes, Joe ought to
have more, that's sure. He ought to
have more."
"You know I should," went on
Brooks, somewhat mollified by his
friend's acquiescence and support and
drawing a bulky pocketbook from the
inside pocket of his waistcoat. "I've
got control of all the money of the
company. That's my Job. Why. here.
this alone is the afternoon collections.
too late to put in the safe. nearly
$3.000, more than twice as much as I
get in a year. I could take It all and
then not be caught or at least not for
months, but"--
"Why. Joe, I'm surprised!" his wife
broke In.

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