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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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OGALA, FLORIDA, .WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1911.
NO. 96.
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In Behalf Ail HI- Game Law, WkJefc
he Believes la Ib Defean of the
Bird and the Right f the.
People
Editor Evening Star:
In your daily ylssue, a short time
ago, appeared an article, headed,
"Marion County's Game Law," writ written
ten written by Rev. W. H. Coleman.
To this article I wish to make re reply.
ply. reply. :
In the first place, the article had
some sarcasm, and a great deal of
egotism, as well as misinformation.
And though the author of the article
may have taught civil government
for more than ten years, as he states,
it strikes me that he knows more of
the theory of ethics than he knows of
law.
Mr. Coleman begins by saying;
"Knowing that the underlying pur purpose
pose purpose of this so-called law is class leg legislation,
islation, legislation, and therefore unconstitution unconstitutional,"
al," unconstitutional," etc., he proceeds to dissect him himself
self himself and the new law.
- The constitution of the United
States delegates all powers to the
states of this union that are not spe specifically
cifically specifically reserved to itself. In a like
manner the state of Florida gives to
the people (and the people act
through the legislature) all powers to
make laws that are not specifically
reserved to herself by the state con constitution.
stitution. constitution. Article 3, section 20, state consti constitution
tution constitution says there shall be no local
laws on certain subjects, such as
regulating the practice of courts, col collecting
lecting collecting state and county taxes, etc.
This is as it should be. These mat
ters are state-wide in application for
the general .good. This section, when
read by an intelligent, honest man,
shows just the reverse of what is In Intended
tended Intended to be shown by Mr. Coleman.
Section 21 of same article 3 says:
In all cases enumerated in preceding
section 20, all laws shall be general
anr of uniform operation throughout
the state;, but in all cases not enu enumerated,
merated, enumerated, or excepted, in that section
20. The legislature may pass special
or local laws. Local laws have been
in operation all over the state proba
bly ever since the state entered the
Union. I believe thre is not now a
county In the state that has not a new
or many local laws. We of Marion,
up to the time that our new game law
went into effect, were operating un
der a local game law, as well as many
other local laws.
If Mr. Coleman was posted even
upon some of the state's supreme
court's rulings he would know that
this able body of men say that when
a local law conflicts with a general
statute (not the constitution, remem remember),
ber), remember), then the local law takes prece
dence over the general statute.
Mr. Coleman says he has a small
volume giving the game laws in every
state in the Union, and no other state
has any such laws as the new game
law for Marion county.
In reply to this I simply 'say that I
suppose those laws-in other states
have been dictated by, and made in
the interest of, the sporting f rater
nity, as our state game laws have
heretofore been. As our new local
county game -law now stands it is
true that It is conflicting as to dates
of the closed and open season. This
is to be regretted. The bill as orig
inally drawn was without complica
tions or ambiguity, and called for a
general open season, only in Septem
ber and October in each year. The
conflicting dates occurred in an at
tempt to amend the bill, but only sec
tion 1 was" amended, leaving section
5 unamended. Our lower court has
recently passed on our new game
law, holding some parts valid and
other parts not. .1 understand the
matter will be taken to the higher
courts for final adjustment.
Mr. Coleman should know that
even if one clause of a law should
be made ineffectual, from constitu constitutional
tional constitutional defects or other causes, it
would not necessarily kill the whole
bill. .Such has been the condition of
the local game laws that we have liv lived
ed lived under for the past two years. The
first idea in the original bill was to
shorten the hunting season from four
months, as heretofore, to two months,
thereby giving all game a better
chance to increase. The changing of
dates of open season in Marion coun county
ty county was intended to give our own
home people the benefit of all game
that might be In our county, knowing
that the hunters outside of the state
would not come to Florida in Septem September
ber September and October.
Mr. Coleman, as stated above, says:
"Knowing that the underlying pur
poses of this new game law was for
class legislation," etc. Now, if the
gentleman refers to the masses, and
not to the few upper-ten-dom gentle
man sports as a class, then I will
agree with him that the law was in
tended as class legislation a class
that I went to Tallahassee to repre
sent. The great mass of democrats,
(very few of whom are able to keep
pointer dogs all the year round in
order to hunt a few months in each
year), men who are the backbone of
our county, who probably have only a
single-barrel shotgun, and want to

kill a squirrel or a few birds that
they have gone to the trouble to pro protect
tect protect on their own properties, and

heretofore have been prevented by
our laws from killing only at a sea
son that the experts have dictated.
I was for the original bill, for if
gave every man the right to do as he
pleased on and with his own proper
ty in this game matter. The new
bill allowed anyone the right to kill
for his own home use, at any season
of the year, any game that might be
on his own Inclosed premises. If the
farmer should raise one or a dozen
coveys of quail, a drove of turkeys,
squirrels or other game on his in
closed lands, then that game belongs
more to him than to any outsider,
and he should have the right to kill
it any time he or his family might be
sick, or would relish such game just
as he would a domestic fowl. The
privilege of killing our wild game
should not be held solely in the inter interest
est interest of a very select class of people,
who are expert shots, who have here heretofore
tofore heretofore elaimed he right to enter our
fields and kill the game, merely for
sport, that has fattened on our corn,
rice etc., and who laughs us to scorn
when we object to such high handed
injustice. There is scarcely a farmer
in Marion county today who has not
been overawed or circumvented by
these gentlemen sports some of
whom do not pay taxes on a foot of
land in the county yet have claimed
the right to tresspass on another peo people's
ple's people's property under the game laws
of the past.
Have our birds increased within the
few years under the four months open
season, with more expert hunters,
pump and automatic guns in the field
every year? They have not. Then
dosen't it stand to reason that with
just half of the open season as here heretofore,
tofore, heretofore, and fewer hunters in the field,
the birds would stand a better chance
to increase?
When you sift our game laws down
who are the beneficiaries? Who are
they who are raising such howls
about our present law? Not the
working men in our factories, not our
carpenters, brick masons, plasterers,
painters, small farmers or other
working men. Not our merchants,
not their clerks. Who then is it, who
say: We want to set aside this law
that was introduced for the masses?
Bless you, can't yau guess? No
trouble to ,do that. Just a few, of., the
pump or automatic gun gentlemen,
with their thoroughbred pointer dogs,
whom it dosen't suit to get out in
September and October to do their
hunting and a few others who wish
to hold our hunting season open till
it suits those parties from the north
of us to come to Florida in the win winter
ter winter and from whom toll can be had
in various ways. The people know
who these gentlemen are and they
further know that not one man in ten
in our county gets the taste of quail,
squirrel, duck.turkey'or venison, much
less kill any of this game, during any
portion of our heretofore game sea season.
son. season. Ask any well posted man in Ocala
and he can pick out ten or twelve
men of the town who kill more quail
and other game during our open
season, than all the balance of the
other five thousand inhabitants put
together. If these old laws were in
tended for the masses, isn't it a mis
carriage of justice in this instance?
It these old laws were not intended!
as class legislation, the results have
been all that could have been asked
in that direction. Some of these
same profesional sports are holding
up their hands in holy horror at
shooting birds .not fully grown in
September and October claiming
that these birds have not a fair show
ing when so young, etc.
Now isn't it a great part of this
talk buncomb? What showing does
any bird have old or young, when
hunted by an expert shot, with an
automatic shot gun and brace of poin
ter dogs? If in the first round the
six shots fail to get all of the covey,
sight is kept on the birds that escape,
guns reloaded and dogs put on the
trail of the other birds, till probably
every bird in the covey has been killed
or wounded. Isn't this magnamanimous
treatment of the poor harmless birds?!
And all this just for sport. In reality
what does it matter with the birds
themselves whether they are killed
or die from wounds whilst young or
old? So all this talk about killing
the innocent young birds is not sym sympathy
pathy sympathy for the innocent young but
simply not so much meat or high
class sport for the experts. If any
of these gentlemen experts feel shock shocked
ed shocked at hunting in September and
October just let them stay at home.
This will give the single barrel shot
gun man, without a hundred dollar
pointer dog a chance maybe to kill
a bird now and then even up things
a little you know. Matters have been
just the other way for a number of
years.
Mr. Colemean and fellow sports sportsmen
men sportsmen do not make any suggestions as
to preserving our game by outlawing
the pointer dogs and automatic guns.
and if needs be cut the hunting sea season
son season out entirely for a number of
years. Oh no, this would let the pump
and automatic guns get rusty and
pointer dogs starve out this you
know would be class legislation

against those who kill game for sport.
These gentlemen sports who kill
the birds, simply for the fun of seeing
the harmless little things flutter, fall
to the ground, wriggle, gape and die
remind me of the old old fable of
the boys rocking the frogs, which was
fun for the boys but death to the
frogs. I am pleased to see, both the
Banner and Star have taken the hu humane
mane humane positions in the discussion of
our game laws that the game is in intended
tended intended only for feed and not for the
purpose of being maimed and killed
for sport. i
I had the pleasure and privilege of
introducing in the upper house of our

last legislature, a bill to prevent the
using of live pigeons in Florida for
trap shooting. This bill was advo advocated
cated advocated by our Marion County Humane
Society, and for the life of me I can cannot
not cannot see the difference in shooting at
a quail for sport and a pigeon for
sport both attended with the same
chances of the birds being maimed
and escaping into the bushes to suf suffer
fer suffer until death should come to their
relief. Respectfully,
E. L. CARNEY.
For Repeal 1 Tweaty-Slx Vote, bat
ProhlbltlonlMtM Have Not Gives
Up the Fight
Augusta, Me, Sept, 20. Governor
Plaisted and his council,- in session
until midnight Monday night canvass canvassing
ing canvassing returns on the question of repeal
of the constitutional prohibition
amendment "voted on at the special
election held Monday of last week, re reconvened
convened reconvened at noon yesterday to con continue
tinue continue tabulation on Mother questions
voted on at the same time and to give
clerks of the towns in which returns
are disputed an opportunity to present
evidence of error and make correc corrections.
tions. corrections. '
The figures show an apparent offic official
ial official majority of twentr-six in favor of
repeal of the prohibition law, but these
figures, Plaisted declared, are not final.
"The apparent majority on the wet
side," said the governor, ."has not dis disheartened
heartened disheartened the prohibition workers.
They still maintain the state voted
dry, and will await possible correction
in the official feturns.".
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HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located bet wen the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of
the government building and postof postof-flce.
flce. postof-flce. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Has over $3500
worth of new furniture, new gas and
wood range, etc. Best of plumbing
and electric system. House will not
need a dollar In repairs -or furniture
for years. One of the handsomest, cor corner
ner corner lets in Ocala. surr.ounded by mas massive
sive massive cement black fance. Lot Is 105 by
105 feet. The Colonial has 25 rooms
and Is now enjoylrg a splendid busi business,
ness, business, every room being occupied every
night. This Is one of the best small
$2 a day hDtals in the state and will
prove a fine investment and soon dou double
ble double the money at the price, $16,000,
6,000 down end balance 55,000 in one
and $5,000 In two years at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photograph's. It will not be long on
the market. I have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Montezuma Block Ocala, Fla.
FALL SAMPLES AND STYLE
BOOKS ARRIVING
Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes
JERRY BURNETT
n THE TAILOR
West Fort King Ave. Phone 73
THE "FOCSTAW OF YOUTH"
is the soda fountain m our drug store.
All the youth of both sexes patronize It.
but that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying It, too. Our soda is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
the popular syrups, xou will find It ex
hilarating. satisrylng. cooling. Try It
once then you will recommend It your
self. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 2JM

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Officials of the I ailed Shoe Maehlaerr
CoBtpaay Mast FaW Trial In
the Federal Coarta
Boston, Mass, Sept. 20.- An Indict Indictment
ment Indictment was returned against the United
Shoe Machinery Company yesterday by
the United States grand jury.
The defendants are charged wjth
conducting a business in restraint of
trade. Individual indictments were
also returned against President Sig Signer
ner Signer W. Winslow, Edward P. Hurd and
George W. La wson, directors.
The Indictments charge the defend defendants
ants defendants with working through the in instrumentality
strumentality instrumentality of the United Shoe Ma Machinery
chinery Machinery Company, in a way that makes
them criminally liable under the Sher Sherman
man Sherman anti-trust law.
HOWS THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of Catarrh, that can can-not.be
not.be can-not.be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo-, O.
We, the undersigned, .have known P.
J. Cheney for the last ,15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out'any obligations made
by his firm. ;
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c per
bottle. Sold' by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, Sept. 20. The past week
has been the warmest of the summer
and we are all longing for the cool
breezes of fall.
Mrs. T. N. Smith went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Thursday and returned Sunday.
While there she was the guest of Her
sister, Mrs. C. C. Pedrick.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith spent Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday very pleasantly
with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards at
Irvine.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and fam family
ily family spent Sunday the guests of Mrs.
Will Mathews at Flemington.
The Central school is progressing
nicely. Several new scholars came in
this week. v
Miss Leola "Smith and Master John
Tyson are suffering with eore eyes
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Thelma, were the guests of Mr.
.nd Mrs.S. E. Bauknight near Mic Mic-anopy
anopy Mic-anopy Sunday.
XO MORE CALOMEL FOR THEM
PeraooM Who Have iTrled Dodwoa'a
Liver Toae Find It Safer Than
Calomel and Jnwt aa Sure
Dodson's Liver Tone is a vegetable
substitute for calomel that starts the
liver to wojrk just as successfully as
calomel does, and hundreds of persons
have stopped using the powerful drug,
calomel to use Dodson's Liver Tono,
mild vegetable liquid, instead. Calo Calomel
mel Calomel often shakes up the liver too
much, and brings on bad after-effects
and sometimes salivation a terrible
condition.
The Court Pharmacy sells Dodson's
Liver Tone at fifty cents per large
bottle, and guarantees it to be harm harmless
less harmless to both children' and grown-ups.
Remember this guarantee and try a
bottle, next time your liver gets lasy.
REDDICK
Mr. James Bracewell has begun the
erection of a cozy cottage in our towm
Mrs. S. C. Mayo has gone to Indian
Springs, where she will stay for a few
days.
Mr. C. M. Cam's new building is be
ing completed fast, and he thinks he
will move in in the near future.
Miss Ruby Johnson came home from
Brunswick, Ga.. Friday, where she has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. S T.
Carswell.
'Dr. G. W. Holmes has returned from
Atlanta and reports having a very
pleasant time.
The weather has changed some, and
we hope that the warm simmer days
are over.
ATTACiv SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL.
A severe attack on School Principal
Chas. B. Allen of Sylvania. Ga., is thus
told by him: "For more than three
years," he writes. "I suffered indescri indescribable
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neys. All remedies failed until I used
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One cream mare with black mane
and tail, about 14 hands high, weight
about 700 pounds; branded on left hip
with circle S (S). If found please
notify' George Leonardy, at Leesburg.
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NEW CROP SEEDSLL
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAV, SEPTEMBER 0, 1911.

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittiager & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

ALFOXSO TRYING

TO SIT OX THE LID

' SHORT LOCAL. SQUIBS

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Mr. G. R. Ellis of Gainesville was a

guest of the Montezuma yesterday.

For Indigestion or sour stomach use

Dlgesttt at the Court Pharmacy.

J. P. Moon and H'P. Head of Tampa

were at the Montezuma last night.

Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It Is healthful and Invigorating:

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Lynne

were at the Montezuma yesterday.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Martial law has been declared T in
Spain "and troops are being sent to all

parts of the kingdom. The declaring

of martial law followed reported vio

lence in connection with the working- jpostof flee Drugstore.

. men s strike, which has become gen

eral In all of the larerer cities and is I Miss A. Miller of Tampa was a

spreading to the smaller towns. They I guest of the Ocala House last night.

are supposed to- be in furtherance of

certain plots aiming at a revolution.

FLORIDA FIRST IS FOSPATE

FOR SALE CHEAP A good type

writer desk, almost new and very lit

tie used. Apply to this office.

Judge J. B. Gaines of Leesburg was

Florida no las nrst place among me iat the Montezuma yesterday

five great phosphate producing fields

of the United States, according to an

advance chapter from Mineral Re

sources for 1910, compiled by the Uni

ted States Geological Survey

This state has an immense reserve

tnnna or a an A ntans tnr lvalAnment

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will keep this state in first place for i
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many years, annougn me nem in shotsruns of all trades and all

Idaho, Wyoming and Utah is said to makes at greatly reduced prices at

contain me greatest tonnage in tne the Qcala Pawn & company,

unitea states. xennessee is saiu to

rank second among the five fields in I E. W. McMannas and A. Erwin of

point of quantity, as well as in' point I Evansville, Ind., were at the Ocala

of actual production. The total pro-j House last night.

duct Ion last year was 2.654.988 tons.

Trunks of all styles and different

grades, steamer and large trunks, at

the Ocala Pawn and Loan Company.

A. L. Bruton, Oscar Medlin and G. D,

Winston of Gainesville were at the

YOU

ARE

LOSING

MISS PORTER'S STUDIO

For Voice and Piano lastraetloi

Open October lat

MY

IF YOU DON'T DRAW INTEREST
QUARTERLY

REMEMBER THE
MUXROE & CIIAMBLISS BANK
PAYS Yon Interest on January lat
AD AGAIN
PAYS Yoa Interest en April 1st
AND aAIV
PAYS Yen Interest on July 1st
AXD AGAIN
PAYS Yon Interest on October lat

Each Time Your Interest Draws

Interest

ENGLISH HAVE QUEER IDEAS

Americans, all of whom are ac

customed to see the sexes mingle in
' bathing at seaside and lake resorts

will find the following amusing:

London Sept. 16. William Henry,

If you want a good shotgun cheap.

go to the Ocala Pawn & Loan Co. It

has them,

A. Oliver of Rochester, N. Y., and

C. L. Shatton of Chattanooga. Tenn..

were at the Ocala House last night.

FOR SALE First class stable fer-

. m m I

cngianas lamous swimmer ana me- tilizer for yard or srarden use. Phone

saver, who was recently In .ew York. 371 or call on Dr. D. M. Boney.

nas just greatly norrinea tne austere

prudes of the Amateur Swimming As- I Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Townsend of

sociation here, who have tabooed mix-J Martin were at the Montezuma Tues-

ed bathing, in races or otherwise. iday.

Describing:, with warm approbation,

the mixed bathinK at Folkstone. where! &ave money on your sneus ana am

for years it was forbidden after other 1 munition by getting same from the

English seaside resorts had permitted ocaia pawn & Loan company.

It, Mr. Henry said

J. B. Peacock of Columbus, Ga., and

H. A. Brown of Valdosta, Ga.; were at
the Ocala House last night.

C. H. Pound of Gainesville and W. H,

Lucius of Pensacola were at the Ocala

House yesterday.

"There are; many ladies at Folkstone
who in the early morning come dowji
to the beach, undress on the shingle,
tQbA thalF anrtm faalinv n Ana tha

v.., v- I Shotguns of all grades and all

ut makes, at greatly reduced prices at

. ... t, , . jthe Ocala Pawn & Loan Company,
bathing has greatly Increased the! v 3

number of women able to swim and

at Folkestone sufficient undressing ac
commodations are not provided."
At one time there was such an out

cry that Mr. Henry had to do his best I You can get anything from a post

to explain how the English girls don I card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills

their bathing suits in public. In his! studio.

exnlanation he says:

."They come down to the beach wear- j Mrs- w- H. Baxley of Istachatta and
Ing long jnackintoshes. Some clothing Mrs- Pedrick of FortMcCoy were

Is removed first,-then the mackintosh, guests oi tne Aiontezuma yesterday

and the bather steps forth in swim-1

mine costume. At the end of their LOST A child's bracelet. Finder

swim they put the mackintosh over wm b rewarded on bringing it to the

the wet bathtmg dress, and squat onbtar thce.

MUNROE

OCALA,

THE

& GHAMBLISS

BANK

- FLORIDA

Miss Porter's studio. 109 Fort King

avenue, will be opened Oetober 1st for

the reception of pupils wishing in

struction In voice or piano music. The

following are testimonials from teach

ers under whom Mis3 Porter graduat

ed:

"To All Whom It May Concern: This

is fo certify that :" Miss Marguerite

Porter was one of my pupils for the

past two years and an 'A graduate in
piano forte. I take pleasure In testi testifying
fying testifying to the fidelity, talent and zeal

shown by Miss. Porter in her work

here, and sincerely commend her to

services in her chosen vocation."

Otto W. G. Pfefferkorn.

Director Brenau Conservatory of Music.

"It gives me pleasure to recommend

Miss Marguerite Porter as a singer

and as a teacher of voice culture. Miss

Porter has been an enthusiastic, faith

ful student and has an intelligent
grasp of the art of vocalization. Such

was my confidence In her ability that

on necessary absences from my studio.

I left her in charge and she did the

work most satisfactorily. She grad

uated in voice from the Brenau Con

servatory in 1910 with an artist's

diploma." Madame Grace Almu.

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ATTEMPTED MURDER

A would-be assassin attempted the
life of R. O. Meek, one of the most

prominent citizens of KIssimmee Mon

day night. The shot intended for Mr.

Meek just missed him. The party who
fired it escaped, evidently believing
that he had accomplished his deed. Mr.

Meek's escape from death was by in

ches.

the ground. A great commotion then
takes place under the mackintosh, and
shortly the gentle bather gets up ap apparently
parently apparently fully attired and wrings out

her wet costume. How she gets out
of it is a mystery to me. But she does
and enjoys lt--and, of course there is

no Immodesty."

ATT ESSAY OX MAN

The following is going the rounds Of

the state press over the credit of the

Monticello News. It was written by

Robert J. Burdette, over forty years

ago.

Man that Is born of woman is small
potatoes and few in a hill. He rises

up today and flourisheth a ragweed

and tomorrow or the next day the un

dertaker hath him. He goeth forth in

Hugh Boring, W. H. Powell, J. A.

Sproull. W. H. Farrar, H. W. Clarke

and Len Rivers of Jacksonville were
at the Montezuma yesterday.

We can save you one third the price

of your trunk, suit case or hand bag.

and, have any kind or style you may

wish. The Ocala Pawn and Loan Co.

T. R. C. Crowell of Eagle Lake, L. J.

Taylor of Eustis and W. A. Gray of
Bollingbroke were at the Ocala House
last night.

Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink

PLEZOL

A. O. Quinn of Atlanta, D. A. Wolf

Wildwood, Sept. 20. Still awful hot

during the day, but nights are pleas
ant.

We are glad to have our baker.

Frank Hill, back.

Messrs. W. C. Fussell, W.- D. Gamble,

jonn w HKerson went down the river

fishing Tuesday in Mr. Fussell's bi

car. They report plenty of fish to eat

and then some.

Messrs. H. O. Collier, Ocie Hooks,

Judge Smith and Walter Bell, all of

Oxford, passed through town Wednes
day -en route to Sumterville.

The band boys have completed and

painted their new band stand, and It
Is a beauty. It would be a credit to

the big town and while we are speak

Ing of the band, I want to tell you our

band is up to now. The boys play any

thing from the "Wigwam Waltz" to

all the national airs and sacred music.

We are proud of them.

There is a good deal of fever in the

country just now.
Mr. Yarborough of Coleman was in

town Wednesday.

Mr. Joe Scott of Oxford was down to

see Dr. Marter Wednesday.

Mr. W. B. Swicord, one of Coleman's

enterprising citizens, made a business

visit to .Wildwood Saturday.

Lloyd Martin accompanied his grand

mother, Mrs. Crenshaw to Coleman Sat

urday,' returning in the afternoon.

We are sorry to note that Mr. G. S.

Crenshaw has been on the sick list for

the past week. We hope to see him

out again in a few days.

During the electric storm Sunday,

lightning struck a negro's barn, killed
his horse and set fire to the structure.

We are glad to hear Mr. J. R. Wil-

kerson's little girl, who has had ty typhoid
phoid typhoid fever, is improving very fast.

The Wildwood Bottling Works is

running on full time now, with a ca capacity
pacity capacity of three hundred dozen per

day. They find a ready sale for their
entire output.

STORE FOR RENT

Half of front store downstairs nt the

Wooflmar blocs:, next to Thens-Zsehery

Furniture house for rent. Apply to

Mr. Akin or Mr. Dennett, with Oenln

Plumbing & Electric Company.

UP-TO-DATE MAPS

Latest maps of Florida and all oth

er states at Ballard's.

We are going to give away a Majestic Range, c
Favorite Gas Range and a. Barrel of Henry Clay flcrr
UEBHESDAY AFTEDCCOn, SOTGCIH 301)'
during Majestic Range Demonstration WeeK, as priz33
Nfor cakes baked and made of Henry Clay Flour. Tlie
first prize will be awarded for the best cake, which will
be first choice of the three prizes; second prize, second
choice and third prize, third choice- The only condi conditions
tions conditions are that the cake must be a Plain Cake-nOt a
a layer or fruit cake. It may be plain or iced outside.
We want all to come, whether customers of ours or
not. Come and see how we are fixed in pur nev store,
whether you participate iit the contest or not. r
Mr. W. P. Wilkerson, of the firm of Austin, Nichols
& Co., New York, will be with us to demonstrate Sim Sim-beam
beam Sim-beam goods. Come and see how line they are. Mr.
Wilkerson will be here the 20th and 21st.
This is a contest worth while and will certainly in

terest every one. We invite you to come.

Respectfully,

A MOTHER'S AWFUL EXPERIENCE

Glancing up from her work as she

heard the whistle of the approaching

train, Mrs. Ellen Hicks of Sable, ten

miles north of Denver, Colo., was hor

rified to see her fourteen-months-old

baby sitting in the middle of the rail railroad
road railroad track, directly in front of the on-

rushing flyer. In a mad dash, she

succeeded in catching hold of the

MMO.

SPARR

the morning warbling like a lark and of Cincinnati and W. -L. Borden of New
'is knocked out in one round and two Orleans were at the Montezuma last

seconds. I night.

In the midst of life he is in debt and

the tax collector pursues wherever he FOR SALE A good farm horse.

goeth. The banister of life is full of Will work anywhere, to buggy, wagon
splinters and he slideth down with or plow or under the saddle. Apply to

eonsiderable ranidltv. He walketh H. James, Martel, Fla. 9-14-4tW

forth in the bright sunlight to absorb

ozone and meeteth the bank teller

with a sight draft for $357.

He cometh home at eventide and
meeteth the wheelbarrow in his path.
It riseth up and smiteth him'to the
earth and falleth upon him, and run runneth
neth runneth one of its legs into his ear. In
the gentle spring time he putteth on
his summer clothes, and a' blizzard
striketh him far from home and filleth
him with cuss words and .rheumatism.
In the winter he putteth on winter
trousers and a wasp that abideth
therein creates considerable excite excitement.
ment. excitement. He starteth down into the cel cellar
lar cellar with an oleander and goeth back backward
ward backward and the oleander cometh after
him and sitteth upon him.
He buyeth a watch dog and when
he cometh home from the" lodge the
watch dog treeth him, and sitteth un under
der under him until rosy morn. He goeth to
the horse trot and betteth money on
the brown, mare, and the bay gelding
with a blaze face winneth.
He marrieth a red-headed heiress
with a wart on her nose, and the next
day the parent ancestor goeth under
with a fee arrest and gfeat liabilities,
and cometh to live with his beloved
son-in-law.

ROTTING THE RACE
" The damage done not only the teeth

and stomachs but the entire systems of
civilized people by the immoderate use

of cheap candy is set forth by an emi eminent
nent eminent English physician. Dr. Hopewell Hopewell-Smith.
Smith. Hopewell-Smith. He went so far in his address
before the British Medical Association
as to say they should be rigidly ta tabooed
booed tabooed by the young.

Admitting that sweets had their use.

he emphasized the-need of moderation

Sugar was one of the most nutritious
and wholesome' foods obtained from
the vegetable kingdom. The enormous

increase in the. indiscriminate con

sumption of sweetmeats in recent
years by rich and poor alike was a
sign of the luxuriousness of the age,
which pandered to the pleasure of the
populace, encouraged unemployment

and rendered the struggle for exist

ence an instrument for the production

of unfittedness, weakness and general

racial decadence and degeneracy. The

evil effects of eating sweets in child

hood hd adolescence were well known

to the medical profession.

In recent years the manufacture and

sale of confectionery had Increased
enormously. The postoffice directory
showed that there were in London

county and suburbs .4.596 confectionery
shops and 129 factories. The abuse of
sweets, like that of alcohol, tea, etc.,
was very widespread. They should be
rigidly tabooed by theNyoung and par parents
ents parents should not allow their children
eaeat any and every kind of confec confectionery.
tionery. confectionery. Sweet factories should be un under
der under rigid state control and all confec confectioners
tioners confectioners shops and their wares should
be subject to examination by govern government
ment government inspectors. Only absolutely pure
sweets should be sold and those under
. the most hygienic conditions possible.

W. S. Hudson, J. P McCleran, S. J.

Brown, James Miller, Town E. Broome
and N. F. Prater of Atlanta were at

the Ocala House last night.

Pictures framed at the Ocala News

Company while you wait, and you

don't have to wait a week or amonth,

either.

i
C. H. Breedlove, H. H. Brown, A. B

Wilson and B. R. Stripling of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville were at the Ocala House yes

terday.

When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11

East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
room in the city.

M. W. Thompson 0f Enville, F. Van

Roy of Crystal River and C. W. Jones

of Waldo were at the Montezuma yes

terday.

A full assortment of the best picture

frame material at the Ocala News Co.,
and Tex Martin knows just how to

use it.

Messrs. C. Bevill, J. A. Eaddy. Fran

cis Eaddy and Carl Eaddy of Bushnell

and Tom Bevill and C. Bevill of Cen

ter Hill were Sunday county citizens

at the Montezuma yesterday.

We have a number of very choice

double barreled, hammerless shotguns

and can save you money on them. The

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

W. F. Himes of Tampa

Rutland of Sumterville were at

Ocala House last night,
represents Sumterville in
house case.

and F. L.

the

Mr. Himes
the court-

1

If what you eat won't make you

smile, try a box of Dlgestit and then

you can't help it. At the Court Phar

macy.

W. R. Biggers of St. Petersburg, J
B. Willis of Crystal River. J. E

Bertton "of Floral City and S. J. Talter

of Dunnellon were guests of the Mon

tezuma yesterday.

The hunting season is here. Remem Remember
ber Remember we have a full stock of high grade

shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn &

Loan Company.

J. C. Bryan of Louisville, A. W.

Groves of Cincinnati, S. W. 'Fried of

Macon. H. A. Brown of Valdosta, H

Abrams of Baltimore, H. B. Roberts of

Birmingham, T. Ragland of Boston, O,

C Hewlett of, Fernandina, F. A.' Winn

and W. R. Hopkins of New York, J. B

Carson of Savannah and W. A. Owens

of Lake Butler, each represented

large and Important city at the Ocala

House yesterday.

WANTED Traveling salesman to
handle an up-to-date line, of trunks

and bags as a side one. Right goods

right prices. The Petersburg Bag

gage Company, Petersburg. Va.
Smoke Cuban Club .5 cent cigars.

COMMON COLUS MUST

BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY

For unless cured they sap the vitality
and lower the vital resistance to more
serious Infection. Protect your chil children
dren children and yourself by the prompt use

of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
and note its quick and decisive re

sults. For coughs, colds, croup, whoop

ing cough, bronchitis and affections of

the throat, chest and lungs, it is an

ever ready and valuable remedy. For

sale by the Court Pharmacy.

EDISON'S. AUTO KILLED A CHILD

Lauf, Bavaria. Sept. 17. Thomas A

Edison's automobile ran over and in

stantly killed a child of twelve at
Lauf, a few miles from Nuremberg,

bavaria, Monday. There was no care

lessness on the part of Mr. Edison's

chauffeur, but his party was detained

for a hearing. Air. Edison and his

family covered several hundreds of

miles in his automobile in France,

Switzerland, Hungary and Austria

without the slightest accident.

There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonk

PLANK'S AND OTHERS

THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S

CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED

TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO

CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS

AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE

AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE

ASK YOUR DRUGGST.

A PLUTOCRATIC PARSON

That the ministry is a paying propo

sition from a worldly standing is- born

out by the fact that from wedding

fees alone in his twenty-seven years
as rector of Trinity Episcopal church.

New Orleans, Rev. A. Gordon Bake-

well has taken in $50,000'. ;

Rev. Mr. Bakewell is careful to keep
his statistics correct and they show
that during his pastorate here he, has
performed 10,036 wedding ceremonies
for which he received an average fee
of $5; has baptized 1,099 babies and

officiated at 2,001 funerals.

A GREAT ADVANTAGE

TO WORKING. MEN

Sparr, Sept. 18. Miss Susie Lambert

child's dress, but the locomotive tore wno is-ieacning scnooi at aumiervme.

the baby from her grasp. Trainmen came home Saturday to see her sick
found the mother unconscious beside mother. She returned Sunday to re re-the
the re-the mangled body of her baby. sume her duties Monday morning.

Mr. Charlie Brown and family left

SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRINGS Saturday for Ocala to visit friends and

relatives.

The Ocala Northern Railroad Com- Mr. Terry Young, who ror the last
I m i i v. i ri r I t A

pany began operating through lw 'ii'w -Mississippi i-

trains to Bay Lake, Orange Springs tending school, returned home Friday.

and Kenwood on Thursday, September He says Sparr Is the only place for

14 th. Train leaves Ocala 7 a. m. In- him.
stead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will Mrs. D. L. Grantham, who has been
make one round trip dally to these sick for the past few days, is able to

points except on Sundays, when two be up. to the pleasure of her many
round trips will be made. Sunday friends.

trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3 Rev.vW. L. Martin, accompanied by

p. m. until rurtner notice ticKetsj-- uutmvuaa. "-

will be sold to all stations except Sil- ed his regular appointment at UKia-

ver Springs at rate of one fare for wana sunaay.

the round trio. Sunday rates between Mr. Charlie Boyles and Mr. John

Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25 Grantham attended church at Anthony
cents for the round trip. All tickets Sunday night.

limited to day of sale. Now get your Mrs. L. B. Jordan and her son ana
baskets ready and spend a pleasant daughter, Clyde and Alma spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday at the famous resort of Orange ay and Sunday with Mrs. Julia E.
Springs, one of the most delightful Thomas.
places for an outing or recreation in Mr. Elmer Falkenberg of Citra made

the South. S. P. Hollinrake, Supt. a pleasant call at the lioyles n(ome

Sunday evening.
SACRED ASSOCIATIONS A pinder boiling given by Rev. and
Mrs. W. L. Martin was well attended
It ain't everybody I'd put to sleep in anJ every one seemed to have an en-

this room," said Mrs. Jinks to the Nyaoie time featuraay nignt.

fastidious and extremely nervous Mrs. J. J. Colbert, ana Mrs. J. t..
young minister who was spending his Thomas attended church at Anthony

first night at her home. "This here Sunday morning.
room is full of sacred associations to An ice cream social given for the

me," she went on. t "My first husband little ones of the Sunday School was

died in that bed with his head on them well attended Saturday evening.

very pillers, and poor Mr. Jinks died The many friends of Mrs.. A. S. Lam Lam-sittin
sittin Lam-sittin right in that very chair there in pert are greatly relieved to learn that

the corner. Sometimes when I come she is somewhat improved.

into the room in the dark I think I see Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Dean spent

him sittin' there still. My own father Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs
died layin right on that lounge under J E. Thomas.

the winder. Poor pa! He was a speer- Miss Jettie Boyles leaves today for

itualist, and he alius said he'd appear Anthony to resume her position as

in this room againt after he died; and clerk for Mrs. Webb.

sometimes I'm foolish enoueh to look I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Colbert and little

for him. If you. see anything of him daughter Iva attended church at An
tonight, you'd better not tell me, or thony Sunday night.
ifd be a sign there was something in The farmers of this vicinity are pul

speeritualism, and I hate to think that, ling pinders and have been for the

My son by my first man fell dead of past two weeks and will continue for

heart disease right where you stand, at least two more weeks. Every one

He was a doctor, and there's two whole reports a fine yield. Mr. J. W. John

skeletons in that closet that belonged son's crop is so immense that he has
to him, and half a dozen skulls ?in that j Installed a pinder picker, run by gaso-

lower drawer. WeJJ, good night, and I lene power.

pleasant dream.--Human -Life. We are having some nice showers

just in time for the fall truck. Nearly

.BEFORE, YOU REACH TIIE LIMIT every farmer of this section has or Is

Of physical endurance, and while your Sin& to Plant some kind of truck.

condition is still curable, take Foley mostly lettuce ana it seems to be the
Kidnev Pills. Their auick action and "money crop," if it Is shipped at the

positive results will delight you For proper time and to the right place.

backache, nervousness, rheumatism.

anu an Kiuney, niaauer anu urinary niGRSTlOlV AXD ASSIMILATION

troubles. Sold by the Court Pharmacy

It Is not the Quantity of food taken

mo. safe wasted Dut tne amount digested and asslm

Wanted,Ja second hand iron safe of I Hated that gives strength and vitality

about 1000 pounds. Address H. -Gat-1 to the system.

rell, M. D., Fairfield, Fla.

APARTMENTS FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue Is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house.

Chamberlain's Stom

ach and Liver Tablets Invigorate' the

' stomach and liver and enable them to
perform their functions naturally. For

i sale by all dealers.

We have a number of very choice

double barreled, hammerless shotguns.

and can save you money on them. The

FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR COMPOUND I Ocafa Pawn & Loan Company.

J. A. Maple, 125, S. 7th St., Steuben Steuben-ville,
ville, Steuben-ville, O.. says: "For years I suffered
from weak kidneys and a severe blad

der trouble. I learned of Foley Kid

ney Pills, and their wonderful cures

so I began taking them, and, sure
enough, I had as good results as any I

heard about. My backache left me,
and to one of my business, express expressman,
man, expressman, that alone is a great advantage.
My Kidneys acted free and normal,
and that saved me a lot of misery. It 13
now a pleasure to work where it us used
ed used to be a misery. Foley Kidney Pills
have cured me and have my highest
praise." Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

Still retains its high: place as the best!

household remedy for all coughs and

colds, either for children or grown
persons. Prevents serious results from
colds. Take only the genuine Foley's!
Honey and Tar Compound and refuse

substitutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.

ROOM FOR RENT

H2 Watula street. ; t per week for

one person or $3 ;per week for two.
Young men preferred.

Don't meet your friend with a frown.
Use Digestit, and meet him with a
smile. The Court Pharmacy.

For bowel complaint in children al always
ways always give Chamberlain's Coltc. Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor
oil. It Is certain to effect a cure and
when reduced with water and sweet sweetened
ened sweetened is pleasant to take. No physic physician
ian physician can prescribe a better remedy.
For sale by all dealers.

Masons meet Thursday evening.

BROADWAY CEUTRAL HOTEL

Droadway, corner Third SL

IN TOE HEART OF NEW YOQtt

Only Medium Priced Hotel Left in

i New York

i Special Attention Given to Ladies

Unescorted
Special Dates for Snnraer

As usually treated, a sprained ankle
will disable a man for three or four j
weeks, but by -applying 'Chamberlain's i

Liniment f reely as soon as the iniu ;0nr Table is the Foundation of Our

Is received, ana oDservmg me auc

tions wllh each bottle, a cure can b
effected in from two to four days. For
sale by all dealers.

Enormous Business
American 'Plan, $2.50 Upwards
European Plan, $1.00 Upwards

We have a great many fire arms of

all kinds, descriptions and prices, both Send for Large Colored Map of Xew

new and second hand, that we have j York; Free

taken m as pledges. Tbe prices are

DAN 17 EBB, Proprietor

very low. Call and look them over
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
Will reach your Individual case If you
have any form of kidney and bladder
troubles or urinary irregularities. Try
them. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

The Only New York Hotel Featuring

" American Plan

Moderate Prices. Excellent
Good Service

Food.

EVEDY EVENING AT

The Temple: TBnesitep

Matinee every Wednesday csfl SctnrCdy
' .V
Comfortable Seats arid Electric Fans :
Cbaofje cf Prcarca Every TJlz-

PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
THE HAUNTED ISLAND A STORY OP ADVENTURE
THE LOVE OF A GYPSY GIRL DRAMA

THE HERMIT'S GOLD DRAMA
MUTT AND JEFF AND THE 'NEWS BOYS,

Prices Ten zsi Five Cects

When in Need of

Fkst-Cbss PlmMi

Write of Call on
Ocala, Florida

Estiaatts Fornistcd od 7crk in Any Pert c! C2 Slzlt
WE ISSUE COUPONS OIK IDE FQEE PIAF.'O CCrJTEST.
ASIi F0D TDEM. PflOrJE 25
25 12 S. UalaSt. 0ednt flzriln

MARION-DUNN IXDGS
NO. 19, I & A. M.

Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday erenings of each 'month.
Visiting: brethren cordially Invite i
W. T. McHWfttae. W. M
G. W. Martin. Secretary.

OCALA AERIE NO. 1814. F. IS.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday In the month, at t:lS
p. nCln Castle HalL Visiting broth broth-ren
ren broth-ren are always welcome.
F. G. B. Wei he. President.
N f Williams. Secretary.

Ill 10 UG

I have money to loan' for thirty thirty-sixty
sixty thirty-sixty or ninety days on real estate or
personal security. Lone; time loans on
real estate also in (large sums. Apply
to IL A. Kramer. Montesuma hotel
block.

SCRATCH PADS FOR SALS

PICXIC AT PAK GROVE

There will be a picnic at Oak Grove.
Oct. 7, 1911. There will boxing: In
the morning and -a ball game in the
afternoon. Everybody come and brins
well filled baskets. Oak Grove is about
three miles east of Morrlston.

A FIBHt'E NIGHT ALAR
Is the hoarse, startling cough of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup. Oft Often
en Often it aroused Lewis Chamblln of Man Manchester,
chester, Manchester, O., (R. R. No. 2) for their four
children were greatly subject to croup.
"Sometimes in severe attacks." he
wrote. "we were afraid they would
die. but since we hare proved what a
certain remedy Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery Is, we have no fear. We rely
on it for croup and for coughs, colds,
or any" 'throat or lung trouble." So
do thousands of others. So may' you.
Asthma, hay fever, la grippe, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough and hemorrhages fly before
it. Fifty cents and $L Trial bottle
free. Sold by Tydings & Company; r

DISSOLUTION NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the firm
of Smith & Roberts has been dissolv dissolved
ed dissolved by mutual consent. R. C, Smith
continues the business and C. V. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts retires. The said Smith will re receive
ceive receive all funds due the old firm : and
will pay all of its obligations. v
E. C. Smith. CV
C. V. Roberts.
Ocala, Fla., Sept, 1st, lll.- T

In cleaning up the remnants of pa

per about the office we have padded
and cut a quantity of paper into dlf-.,
ferent convenient sizes for office -work.
1 or SO cents will get you-'

enough of these pads to figure the age
of Ann on. The Star Office. -

REGRETS ARE TJZLC3
After you are burned out. The Wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav
ages of the devouring element. Never
mind 'future regrets. Have some pros-,
ent wisdom. Little trifles often cause ;
a fire, but the resultant loss Js no trifle. ;'
It costs so little to be well and fully
insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about :
it. ,--
SAVARESE AND HSIJ

life. Fire and Accideci I:

OCALA, FLA.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT

EMB
;ER 20, 1011.
FISH ARE BECOMING FOXY
SUMTER COrTV CITIZEN'S

I JJEPOSITOKS likeo feel that in bringing their
x business to a bank they, are helping to build it
up; in other words they are giving something for
what, they receive. We want -voir to feel that way
II towards us.:.' -.-T

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We Are Growing

! Grow With Us.
! '
X We want your account want to make ourselves
& useful to yon in anything pertaining to finance and
we can handle it with profit to' you aud ourselves.

i (Coinrttinnicsipciiail -Oainilk

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'DIgestit."

Eagles meet this evening.
Masons meet tomorrow night.
. 1 "in 1 ...
Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Mr. P. H. Gillen, "after a tussle with
fever, is able to be at work again.

Florida raised
Store.

rye at Ocala Seed

Digestit.'

Mrs. Arthur Clark Is. expected' home
tomorrow from Gainesville, Ga.

Buttermilk,, fresh every day at the
Postofflce Drugstore.

"Digestit.

Captain Graham returned last night
from Jacksonville.

The Ocala News Company is makins
a hit with its picture frames. f

"Digestit.

, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor of Lowell
spent last night In the city.

TIE

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IB os Hon Opown

Invites all of his young friends to be at
the H. B. Masters Com? ay's store on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th,
when each bne will be presented with
A WlnSsllc
the compliments of Buster and Tige.

.5)aBi4flaSI Et fiJ Willi

GUARANTEED HOSIERY

FOR

MEN, WOMEN AND

CHILDREN

-Each boy and girl is also requested to Bee to it that

every member of the family, father, 'mother, sister, brother
wears
Buster Brown Hosiery
25c PER PAIR Guaranteed Darnless $1.00 PER BOX
Four Pairs Guaranteed Four Months

Dontt. Forget .'the Whistles

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, Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Postofflce Drugstore?"

Mr. C. O. Scott of the Marlon Grocery

Company is quite sick.

You can get your pictures framed at

the Ocala News Company and set them

now. z.

Prof. Brinson has 27 acres in pea

nuts, as fine as ever seen.

All the Ocala fishermen intend to go I Interested la the Crtfc -, la Tom

to Orange Lake again tomorrow after-j CoIder8le Forre

noon i. e., all bat J. C. Smith. Mr.

smith savs he has to clean ud the yard I Anybody who went up Main street

on that day. but it is halfway believed I from the Montezuma to the M. & C.

that the other discioles of Walton have Bank last evening would have thought

intimidated him. One of them says that the Glidden tour had arrived. The
an Orange Lake friend has informed I street was crowded with autos and the

him that a wise old fish-has been seen sidewalks were thronged with prog progestine
estine progestine notches on a 'snag with his I perous looking men. They 'were citl-

fins, and this is capable of only oneena of Sumter county up here to hear

meaning, and that is that if Smith I the arguments in the injunction case.

trfwi tn Oransr Uko'cvorv Thursday. I Most of them went home in their autos.

the fish will refuse to bite on that day.

STAYS WITH THEM

Heron Todd Is certainly one of the
most conscientious young men in the
city. The other afternoon, a friend
stepped in the store, asked Heron to
send a phone message fer him, then
went his way. Heron 'tried to call up
the party the message was for, but
could obtain no answer." But he kept
on the job. Every time that afternoon
and next morning that he had a minute
to spare, he tried to send that mes message,
sage, message, and his friend, going into the
store at 11 o'clock next morning, found
him taking up the receiver for the
twenty-third time. A man who is so

intending to return this morning.
Among them were the following:

From Wildwood, W. D. Gamble, Hen

ry snowden. Bob Stewart and Mc Mc-Rainey.
Rainey. Mc-Rainey. ; '

Sumterville, Fred Rutland and Sher

iff Coleman.

From Oxford. Messrs. Hagood. Smith

and Collier.

From Webster, J. W. Caruthers,

Smith, Futch and B. FusseL

From Center Hill, D. C. Smith, H. A.

Smith, T. W. Smith, Tom Seville,

From Orange Home, Hon. D. H.

Baker.

ARGUIXG AGAIXST E1.ECTIOV

The Sumter county courthouse case

A LABOR-SAVING IXVEXTIOV"

faithful to his friends should be elected lis being argued before Judge Bullock
I 1 Tilw TXT

governor. J 3 oiar uca i u jicsa. "

Himes represents Sumterville ana
Judge Gaines the other side.

The people of Sumterville, feeling

Mr. W. B. Harris, formerly of Oxford, they have no chance at the polls, and

naturally wshlng to Keep tne court

house, have applied to Judge, Bullock

for an injunction against the election.

claiming that the law under which it

but now living at Day In Lafayette
county, was in the city today on his
way for a visit to his former home. Mr.
Harris has invented and natented a

most ingenious and handy machine fori is to be held is unconstitutional. The
nicking Deanuts. He has a model with 1 judge's decision is of importance tp

him. and has shown its workings to ajthe entire state.

number of practical -men, who are

much pleased with it. He expects to
return to Ocala in a day or so and give
a demonstration of the workings of his
invention.

FIVE REELS AT THE AIR DOME

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Your kodak work can De finished In
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills studio.

Mr. W. J. Seckinger of Martel was
in town today on business with Supt.
J. H. Brinson.

You don't obtain the full beauty of a
picture unless it is framed. Take it
to the Ocala News Co.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

The county judge's office today Is Issued
sued Issued a marriage license to Mr. Charles
Preston Davis and Miss Reba Bryant

All kinds of suit cases, nand bags,
etc., any priced you want, at the Ocala
Pawn and Loan Company.
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Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Tl'RX OUT TO THE TEMPLE

Tonight the Air Dome starts on a

new series of pictures that have never

been seen in Ocala before. The film
company guarantees that they have
never been here before. There will be

Mutt and Jeff will be at the Temple five pictures and it is a fine program.

this afternoon, and expect all their I Courting Across the-Court.
friends to meet them. While people! Branding a Bad Man.

are resting their ribs from laughing $5,000 Reward. Dead or Alive.

at Mutt and Jff, they will be enter- 1861 One of the best civil war stor-

talned by several other excellent sub- ies yet shown in pictures, in which

jects. Show starts at 3:30 and lasts Grant may be plainly seen.

till after 10. Priscilla's April Fool Joke. A fine

comic by the good looking -Biagraph

DR. J. V. HOOD'S TELEPHONES girls. It is all to the good.

Office, 203.
Residence, 295

INTERESTED IX THE EMIGRANTS

FOR RENT House on Fort King mt. K. Kailey or tne ucaia ana

avenue with seven rooms and a large 1 Southwestern Railway, is much inter-

attic. House formerly occupied by Mr

Will Gary

derson.
lu H. VAS EXGELKEN. M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postofflce Building, Room 4.

Doctor Blackiston is in hopes that
his fire horse. Royal Ora, is recovering,
but fears it will be a long time before
he is well.

Save money on your 'shells and am ammunition
munition ammunition by getting same from the.
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.
Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Mr. Don Peabody and sister. Miss
Sallie Lou, came up from Sanford to today,
day, today, to visit their brother, Mr. Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Peabody.

See the handsome display of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and other new jewelry in our
window. The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.

Professor Wiley of Fessenden was in
town last night. He says the academy
had a most auspicious opening and
that the work is going on smoothly.

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CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

I'I.AS AND ESTIMATES FUR XI SHED

1 O. nOX 273

OCALA, FLA.

1 G. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana wpecilications Furnished
Upon Request..
129 Sooth Third Street
OCALA FliO.-lIDA

I
DR.; J. T. SHAWY VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col
lege of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. L.
. Located at the Jones Hospital oa Sent
; ..' First Street. Weat
OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promptly Answered.

WHITE STAR TRANSFER COY
COLLIER BROSM-PROPRIETORS
PIIOKE 29G

Baggage, Freight, Pianos. Furniture
end Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gienr All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATKONAGE

DUXCAX FRIERSOX DEAD

Young Man Killed at Urookftvlile While

, k Cleanlns a IMntoI
Brooksville. Sept. 20. Cleaning a re

volver which he had disposed of, Dun

can Frlerson, twenty-five years old.

was killed here yesterday when tlje
weanon accidentally discharged. He

died in ten minutes.

1000 bushels of Texas" Red

Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.

Rust

Tulula Lodge, I. O. O. F., had a well

attended and interesting meeting last

night. Mr. J. E. Wood of Live Oak
lodge, was a welcome visitor.

When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL.

Mr. and Mrs. I N. Green started for
Stanton in their auto today, but "the
machine became cranky, or refused to
crank, and they had to return on the
train.

Trunks of all styles and different
grades, steamer and large trunks, at
the Ocala Pawn and Loan Company.

All who have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co., to have

them framed.

Mr. G. B. Tankersley of Coleman

was in town today, a guest of the

Montezuma.

We can save you one third th-3 price
of your trunk, suit case or hand bag.

and have any kind or style you may

wish. The Ocala Pawn and Loan Co.

Mrs. C. R. Sapp returned today from

a visit to High Springs.

ested in the reports or the sufferings

Apply to Mrs. William An- of Georgia and Florida emigrants to

Honduras, tne survivors or wnom were

brought back to New York half dead

last week, Mr. Bailey's wife's par

ents were among the ill-fated col

onists, and his wife insisted on ac

companying them, taking their two

children. Mr. Bailey tried to Induce

Mr. D. H, Baker of Orange Home, them not to go, but without avail, and

ex-senator of the twentieth district. Intended to go to Honduras himself

was an interested listener to the ar- this winter, to see his people and Te

gument in the Sumter court house (main if the country was what it was

case today. Mr. Baker says he has al-1 represented to be. He says his wife

ways believed the law under which land two children are now in a New

the election was ordered to be uncon-jYork hospital, and that he has sent

stitutional. I them sums of money amounting to

hundreds of dollars, but has not heard

Mr. J. E. Wood of Live Oak, or- from either them or the money. His

ganizer for the Woodmen-; is in the j anxiety is easy to Imagine.

city. He goes up to- Fort McCoy this

afternoon to install a camp in that OWEN IN OCALA AGAIN

thriving town. Mr. Wood is a candi

date for the office of state superin- I Mr. Alfred E. Owen, who for several

tendent of public instruction, and years was with Mclver & MaeKay, but

while he isn t making much noise in I went to W aycross, about a year ago.

the big papers, is getting next to the has returned, and wilt again have
plain people in a way that will, make charge of the undertaking department
his candidacy mighty interesting to of that large firm. Mr. Owen is a most

i

his opponents. Mr. Wood and Major I popular man, and was warmly wel

Tom Hall were schoolmates in their I corned on his arrival yesterday. His
boyhood. I family will be here later and will be

as gladly received as he.

FOR RENT The beautiful little flat

over Little's Shoe Parlor. All modern

conveniences, a splendid home for a

small family or a good suite of of-1 A letter announces the marriage yes-

fices. Apply to M. M. Little, Little's terday of Miss May Hester Turnley to

Shoe Parlor. Mr. A. A. McCranie, at the home of the

bride's sister, Mrs. Pike Adair, in Lake-

I have a world of confidence in hand. It was a quiet home wedding.

Chamberlains Cough Remedy for II only a few relatives being present.

have used It with perfect success," I Both bride and groom are well

writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, Poolesville, I known in Ocala, where each lived sev-

McCRAXIE-TURXLEY

Md. For sale by all dealers.

PR. H. W. COUNTS' PHONES
Office, 427.
Residence, 840.

eral years, Mr. McCranie as a clerk in

Masters store ami Miss Turnley as a
teacher Is our high school. Both were

'much esteemed and their other friends

join the Star in good wishes.'

NO CONCERT THIS WEEK

In consequence of the absence of

four members, there will be no band

concert Friday night.

NO QUORUM

The council did not have a quorum

last night, and the few members pres

ent adjourned to the Court Pharmacy

PRIME MEATS
CHOICE POULTRY

KNIFE Wl ELDER NABBED

Sheriff Galloway yesterday after

noon captured in the woods near Le-

roy Anna Sampson, who cut Pauline
Mickens so badly In. a row on West
Broadway Monday night. The Mick

ens woman will probably recover, but

she Is disfigured for life.

RECORDER HAD A REST

Everybody behaved, or wasn't found
out,- yesterday and last night, so the
recorder had no court this morning.
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Parisian Wrinkle Remover
REMOVES WRINKLES -LIKE
MAGIC
We can make any woman look ten
years younger. Nothing so unsightly
as worry marks and hollows. No mat matter,
ter, matter, how long standing your wrinkles
are. Our Remover eradicates them,
never to come back. Our Wrinkle

I Remover Is inexpensive but results

are marvelous. Used by thousands al already
ready already we will send you a package

of our Eradicajtor on receipt of 25

eents or 5 packages fl.OO.
BON TON LABORATORIES

334 S. Wabash Ave. CHICAGO, ILL.

L. ALEXANDER
, PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work.: Gives more and better
work for the money than any ofher
contractor in the city.

Ruth Scruggs, a lady in the lower

ranks of Afro-American society, an

nexed an ,: skirt, the property of

Dimple Williams of the same caste.

jJimpie at once lost ner aimpies as
well as her skirt, and complained to
the sheriffs office. Deputy Brjgance

rounded up- Ruth, and she now oc

cupies an apartment in the Hotel -de

Chalker.

FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY (Uqald)

Is a i great medicine of proven value
for both acute and chronic kidney and
bladder-, ailments. It" is specially re

commended -to elderly people for Its
wonderful tonic and reconstructive
qualities, and the permanent relief and
comfort it gives them. For sale in

Ocala by the cfourt Pharmacy.

Don't send your pictures out of town

to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills' studio. We can make them in
crayon, "sepia or pastel, and our prices
are right.

Mr. Claude Hayeraft returned today

from Green Cove Springs, where he
took a car for Dr. Chapman.

WANTED Four or five room cot

tage. Address, "Cottage, care of the
Star. 9-15-6t

Miss Nona SewelL after a pleasant

visit to her sister, Mrs. J. P. Gallo

way, returned to her home in Brooks

ville today.

Patronize the up-to-date market
that has the best selection always, that
names lowest prices always.

Miss Mary Phillips left yesterday for

Agnes Scott Institute, near Atlanta
where she will resume her studies

Miss Mary will take both vocal and in

Our meats are always of the fines strunlental instruction in music this

winter. She has a good voice and fine

talent which will well repay develop

ment.

the kind you'll want to serv,

Try us today!
W. P. EDWAR2 S
Phone 108 New City Market.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

THE

Miss Florida Condon went down to

Dunnellon today on business for the
Equitable Life Assurance Society, for

which she is the popular and efficient
agent in this territory.

If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills' studio.

The hunting season is here. Remem Remember
ber Remember we have a full stock of high grade
shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn &
Loan Company.

Mrs. W. E. Moore and children of
High Springs are in the city, visiting
Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. D. J. Bar Bar-nett.
nett. Bar-nett. .!

Frank P. Damon of Tallahassee. J.
M. Andrews and Chas. R. Jordan of
Jacksonville and O. H. Slaughter of
Birmingham, are at the Ocala House.

Mr. C. L. West is doing the clerical
work in the sheriffs office. He is an
efficient and obliging young man and
adds to his friends daily.

"We have a great many fire arms of
all kinds, descriptions and prices, both
new and second hand, that we .have
taken In as pledges. T-he prices are
very low. Call' and look them over.
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

ROYL

STANDARD
TYPEWRITER

Frank Wetherbee is also a fisher-

! man. on a late occasion he went

down on Silver Springs run and caught

a fish almost as long as himself, which
no one who knows Frank will con consider
sider consider an exaggeration. Frank corrob corroborates
orates corroborates this story by Harry Clarkson,

who not only saw him catch the fish.

but helped eat it.

$100 MACHINE FOR $65
Sold for Cash or 3Ionthly
Payments
It is unquestionably the most
practical typewriter made, regard regardless
less regardless of price.

R. L.
Room 9,
Florida.

3HRTIN,
Merchants

1 15 Machines Sold in
I Week

Local Agent,
Block, Ocala,
Ocala in One

Mrs. F. E. Haskell of Weirsdale and
Mrs. Young J. Allen of Shanghai,
China, were visitors to Ocala Tuesday,
and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Har Harris.
ris. Harris. Mrs. Allen is the widow of the

late Young J. Allen, the famous pioneer

missionary to the Celestial empire, and
who' was made a mandarin by the
dowager empress, and in that capacity
translated many foreign books into

the Chinese language. He was. the

most eminent of all the missionaries.
Mrs. Haskell is the grand aunt of Mrs.
Nicholas Longworth. Banner.

To prevent pneumonia, a cold settled
in the lungs should be attended to at

once. Put a HERRICK'S RER PEP

PER POROUS PLASTER on the chest

and take BALLARD'S HOREHOUND

SYRUP Internally. It's a wlnninj
combination. Buy the dollar size Hore

hound Syrup; you get a porous plaster

free with 'each bottle. Sold by all

druggists.

Y2)W CAN TAKE,

That Trdp

and

a. M 1 at 4 i I a

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MONEY m TKS

WHEN ONCE' A MAX HAS STARTED TO SAVE MONET HE
HAS STARTED OX THE ROAD TO SUCCESS. START TODAY r r-YOU
YOU r-YOU WILL XEYER TURV BACK.
WE WILL PAY YOU 4 PER CENT INTEREST OX TIIE
MONEY YOU PUT IN OUR BANK AND COMPOUND THE IN INTEREST
TEREST INTEREST EVERY THREE MONTHS.

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Floor Coverings of Every Description.

The Advance Styles 3

of New Fall Goods

Are now arriving and we in invite
vite invite the ladies to call and in inspect
spect inspect them. The dress fabrics
and trimmings are most at attractive
tractive attractive this season. ;
We have, and -will receive
later, many exclusive lines of
superior gbods of both domestic
and foreign manufacture.

Rheinauer & Co.

Ocala,

Florida

J. B. Stetson Hats for Men and Doyo.

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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA. ,'
Boarding school for boys, conducted, by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained on
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent swimming pool. Complete equipment;. in schoolrooms, dormi dormitories,
tories, dormitories, dining hall and recreation rooms. (
APPLY F)R PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.

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THIS SEAL STANDS TOR
quality, and Is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons,
Automobiles. Harness and- Ieather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Ererythingr that
wears wheels. maJe ot leather or goes

to maKe iarming a pleasure. -Call on
us when in. need we will eliminate

your troubles. ", ;v ;

KNIGHT & LANG,

OCALA

- FLORIDA

.Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

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We Iiave in otr large store, almost every
thing you ceroid wish for to furnish your
hornet office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish furnishings
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By
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Fortunately tne waiting interval was
not greatly prolonged fortunately,
since for the three young women the
reaction was come and the full horror
of the disaster was beginning to make
itself felt. Lidgerwood contrived the
necessary diversion when the relief
train from Red Butte shot around the
curve of the hillside cutting.
"Van Lew, suppose you and Jefferis
take the women out of the way for a
few minutes while we are making the
transfer," he suggested quietly. "There
are enough of us to do the work, and
we can spare you."
This left Flemister unaccounted for,
but with a very palpable effort he
shook himself free from the spell of
whatever had been shackling him.
"That's right," he assented briskly.
"I was just going to suggest that."
Then, indicating the men pouring out
of the relief train: "I see that my
buckies have come up on your train to
lend a hand. Command us just the
same as If we belonged to you. That
is what we are here for."
Van Lew and the collegian walked
the three young women a little way
up the old spur, while the wrecked
train's company, the living, the in injured
jured injured and the dead, were transferred,
down the line to the relief train to be
taken back to Red Butte. Flemister
helped with the other helpers, but
Lidgerwood had an uncomfortable
feeling that the man was always at
his elbow. He was certainly there
when the last of the wounded had
been carried around the wreck and
the relief train was ready to back
away to Little Butte, where it could
be turned upon the mine spur Y. It
was while the conductor of the train
was gathering TM volunteers for de departure
parture departure that Flemister said what he
had apparently been waiting for a
chance to say.
"I can't help feeling indirectly re responsible
sponsible responsible for this, Mr. Lidgerwood,"
he began, with something like a return
of his habitual self possession. "If I
hadn't asked you to come over here
tonight"
Lidgerwood interrupted sharply,
"What possible difference would that
have made, Mr. Flemister?"
It was not a special weakness of
Flemister's to say the damaging thing
under pressure of the untoward and
unanticipated event; it is rather a com common
mon common failing of human nature. In a
flash he appeared to realize that he
had admitted too much.
"Why, I understood that it was
unexpected sight of your special stand standing
ing standing on the Y that made the passenger
engineer lose his head," he countered
lamely, evidently striving to recover
himself and to efface the damaging
admission.
If chanced that they were standing
directly opposite the break in the track
where the rail ends were still held
apart by the small stone. Lidger Lidgerwood
wood Lidgerwood pointed to the loosened rail,
plainly visible under the volleying play
of the two opposing headlights.
"There is the cause of the disaster,
Mr. Flemister," he said hotly, "a trap
set, not for the passenger train, but
f?r my special. Somebody set it,
somebody who knew almost to a min minute
ute minute when we should reach it. Mr.
Flemister, let me tell you something
I don't care any more for my own life
than a sane man ought to care, but
the murdering devil who pulled the
spikes on that rail reached out, un unconsciously
consciously unconsciously perhaps, but none the less
certainly, after a life that I would
safeguard at the price of my own.
Because he did that I'll spend the last
dollar of the fortune my father left
me, if needful, in finding that man and
hanging him!"
It was the needed flick of the whip
for the shaken nerve of the mine
owner.
"Ah," said he, "I am sure every one
will applaud that determination, Mr.
Lidgerwood applaud it and help you
to see it through." And then, quite
as calmly: "I suppose you will go
back from here with your special,
won't you? You can't get down to
Little Butte until the track is repaired
and the wreck cleared. Your going
back will make no difference in the
right of way matter. I can arrange
for a meeting with Grofield at any
time in Angels if you prefer."
. "Yes," said Lidgerwood absently. "I
am going back from here."
"Then I guess I may as well ride
down to my jumping off place with
my men. You don't need us any long longer.
er. longer. Make my adieus to Miss Brew Brewster
ster Brewster and the young ladies, will you,
please?"
Lidgerwood stood at the break in the
track for some minutes after the re retreating
treating retreating relief train had disappeared
around the steep shoulder of the great
hill was still standing there when
Bradford,, having once more sidetrack sidetracked
ed sidetracked the service car on the abandoned
mine spur, came down to ask for or orders.
ders. orders. "We'll hold the siding until Dawson'

shows up with the wrecking train,"
was the superintendent's reply. "He
ought to be here before long. Where
are Miss Brewster and her friends?"
"They are all up at the bonfire. I'm
having the Jap launder the car a little
before they move in."
There was another interval of delay,
and Lidgerwood held aloof from the
group at the fire, pacing a slow sentry
beat up and down beside the ditched
train and pausing at either turn to
listen for the signal of Dawson's com coming.
ing. coming. It sounded at length a series of
shrill whistle shrieks, distance soften softened,
ed, softened, and presently the drumming of
hasting wheels.
The draftsman was on the engine of
the wrecking train, and he dropped off
to join the superintendent.
"Not so bad for mv Dart of it this

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time," was his comment when He naa
looked the wreck over. Then he asked
the Inevitable question, "What did It?"
Lidgerwood beckoned him down, the
line and showed him the sprung rail.
Dawson examined it carefully before
he rose up to say: "Why didn't they
spring it the other "way if they wanted
to make a thorough job of it? That
would have ptffc the train Into the
river."
LIdgerwood's reply was as laconic
as the query. "Because the trap was
set for my car going west, not for the
passenger going east."
"Of course," said the draftsman as
one DroDerly distrusted with his own

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lackif perspicacity. Then, arter an another
other another and more searching: scrutiny, in
which the headlight glare of his own
engine was helped out by the burn burning
ing burning of half a dozen matches, "Whoever
did that knew his business."
"How do you know?" ;
"Little things. A regular spike puller
claw bar was used. The marks of Its
heel are still In the ties. The place was
chosen to the exact rail length just
where your engine would begin to hug
the outside of the curve. Then the rail
Is sprung aside barely enough to let
the wheel flanges through and not
enough to attract an engineer's atten attention
tion attention unless he happened to be looking
directly at it and In a good light."
The superintendent nodded. "What
is your inference?" he asked.
"Only what I say that the man knew
his business. He is no ordinary hobo.
He Is in your class or mine."
"Fred, tell me you've known John
Judson longer than I have do you
trust him when he's sober?"
"Yes." The answer was- unqualified.
"I think I do, but he talks too much.
He is over here somewhere tonight
shadowing the man who may have
done this. He and the man came
down on 205 this evening. I saw them
both board the train at Angels as it
was pulling out."
Dawson looked up quickly, and for
once the reticence which was his cus customary
tomary customary .shield was dropped.
"You're trusting me now, Mr. Lid Lidgerwood.
gerwood. Lidgerwood. Who was the man Grid Grid-ley?"
ley?" Grid-ley?" "Gridley? No. Why, Dawson, he is
the last man I should suspect!"
"All right, if you think so."
"Don't you think so?"
It was the draftsman's turn to hesi hesitate.
tate. hesitate. "I'm prejudiced," he confessed at
length. "I know Gridley. He is a
worse man than a good many people
think he is and not so bad as some
others believe him to be. If he thought
you or Benson was getting in his way.
up at the house, you know
Lidgerwood smiled.
"You don't want him for a brother-in-law.
Is that It, Fred?"
"I'd cheerfully help to put my sister
in her coffin if that were the alterna alternative,"
tive," alternative," said Dawson quite calmly.
"Well," said the superintendent, "he
can easily prove an alibi bo far as this
wreck is concerned. He went east -on
202 yesterday. You knew that, didn't
youi"
"Yes, I knew it, but"
"But whatr
"It doesn't count." said the drafts draftsman
man draftsman briefly, then, "Who was the other
roan the man who came west on 205?

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(Continued Tomorrow.
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