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OCALA FLO II DA
Orange Springs, Nov. 15. Mrs. A. J.
Pfister of Humbodlt, Iowa, arrived
here last Thursday. She wa3 accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her father, Mr. Myers. They
are well pleased with Florida and are
here to stay.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Loughery of
Ooyington, Kj., were among the ar arrivals
rivals arrivals last week and are located in
Mr. W. F. Jordan has some very fine
oranges and grapefruit in the market
here but has not shipped any yet.
W. II. Massey & Co. shipped the first
carload of naval stores last Saturday
that has been routed over the Ocala
Northern. There is quite a good deal
of shipping to and from this place and
Orange Springs is getting its share of
Mr. J. W Taylor, of the Oeala
Northern construction department, was
in town yesterday. lie said that the
rails would be laid to the G. S. & F.
tracks by next Saturday and In a very
short time this part of the road would
be surfaced and ready for the trains
to go into Palatka.
Miss Ida S. Monroe of McMeekin and
Mrs. Mary E. Bogle of Ocala, were
business visitors here last Thursday.
Mr. S. li. Martin or oca la, was a
guest of the Porter House Friday. He
had the good luck to get his sister's
horse, which had been stolen and car carried
ried carried it back home.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Blake and daughter,
Miss Emma of Forest, pjitario, arriv arrived
ed arrived with a party of homeseekers Fri Friday.
day. Friday. They, are guests of the Porter
House and are here to stay-..
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Weeds of Hen Henderson.
derson. Henderson. Ky., were among the arrivals
ifr. Harry Neitzer of Miles City.
Montana, is a visitor here.
Mr. I Turner and a relative, Mr. C.
II. Turner, ape registered at the Porter
House. They are from Algona, Iowa.
Mr. Geo. M. Spragins of Weather Weather-fields,
fields, Weather-fields, Tex., is a visitor here. He, too,
is a homeseeker.
Mr. D. I. WoiiilswriFth of Garrison,
Ky., was among last Friday's arrivals.
Mr. G. C. Barton 'of Algona, Iowa,
is registered at the Forter House,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. MeMurtry, Mc McMeekin,
Meekin, McMeekin, Mr. and Mrs. Rigby and Mr.
and Mrs. Fowler of Johnson, formed a
pleasant party who enjoyed a basket
dinner at the Springs Thursday.
Mrs. Sheldon, on Echo Duck Farm,
has been quite sick. Her friends are
glad to know she is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. True Turner and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Higgins of Interlachen,
were visiting friends here Sunday.
Mr. C. B. Hewey of Ruburn, Me., was
among Saturday's arrivals.
Mr. Charles Bartels is stopping for
a while at tne spring. in all proba
bility he will locate nearby.
Miss AJice Evans has been called to
spend several days at the New South
Farm and Home Company's office in
Mr. Charlie Woods, who has been on
the sick list. Is again able to be out.
Mr. Maurice C. Jordan gave his
young friends an invitation to a birth
day dinner last Sunday. All accepted
gladly and spent a most enjoyable day.
Mrs. Jordan served them an excellent
menu and Mr. Jordan treated them to
some fin grapefruit and oranges to
carry home. They also had pleasant
boat rides on the heautiful Oklawaha.
All eame home feelingr that they haH
spent a most pleasant day. The guests
were Messrs. Charles C. Hodges, Willie
Masses. Olin Massey and Miss Loi.
Massey and Miss Florence Hall.
Rev. P. W. Peck goes nobly on with
the church work here. He gave us a
good sermon Sunday- evening. His
subject was, "Every Man Over Against
His Own House." We should feel a
personal interest in the church work
here. '.'The harvest is great but the
reapers are few." Some contributions
are being made and we hope to see a
spiritual revival here.
Hannah Beckham, a very old and
worthy, negro, died here last Thurs
.lay. She went to sleep .and continued
.sleeping wunout rooa or dnnK seven
days and nights. When she awakened
it was thought she was better. In
few hours she was dead.
Citrus growers will notice that the
Citizen bristles with supporters of
the Citrus Exchange in its efforts to
conserve the best interests of the
fruit products of the state. Fortunate Fortunately,
ly, Fortunately, our county correspondents are
with us in this matter. Our Winter
Park correspondent never lets an op opportunity
portunity opportunity pass to speak favorably of
it and our Oakland correspondent
comes out in plain American English.
Both have short articles in this num number.
ber. number. We give the call of the Anti Anti-Citrus
Citrus Anti-Citrus Exchange people as news. But
we do so with the plain understand understanding
ing understanding tha.t though there may be two
sides to a question we think they have
entirely the wrong side. If these
have entirely the wrong side. If
these antis have fruit they know to
be; fit for market, why don't they ship
it? The law against green fruit can cannot
not cannot touch them. The fact that they
don't ship it proves it is not in con condition.
dition. condition. That's argument enough.
Orange County Citizen.
The early shipments of green fruit
out of the state of Florida do more
harm to the Florida orange, taking
the season through and through, than
all he combined enemies of Florida's
golden globe. It is all right for the
nervous shipper to say "the high
prices are running, so let's get in,'
and suiting the action to the word,
gather up a shipment of these balls of
acid and send them to the market.
They sell for a good price perhaps'
But the man who bought them is not
coming back for more and when the
shipper tries to repeat his dose, he
finds out to his sorrow that he like
his fruit, was a bit premature. It
would not be so bad if only he had to
suffer from his folly, but every ship shipper
per shipper in the state must subsequently
shoulder financial loss. New York
State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and thnt said firm will pay the
sum cf One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case cf catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem December.
ber. December. A. D. 1SS6. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, and rets directly on the blood
and rrueous surfaces of the system.
Snd for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 7oc. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
flOV WWTS POSITION
Ellis Simmons, of Zuber, 16 years of
age and finished the 'Jth grade in
school there, wishes a position in town
w:th a good firm where he can earn his
board if no more, to start with, and
learn the business and stick to it.
Would prefer to board with the fam family.
ily. family. If anyone wishes a bright, Indus Industrious
trious Industrious and honest boy on such terms,
address R. L. or Ellis Simmons, at
COUGHING AT NIGHT
Means loss of sleep which is bad for
everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound stops the cough at once, re relieves
lieves relieves the tickling and drsness in the
throat and heals the inflamed mem membranes.
branes. membranes. Prevents a cold developing
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi substitutes.
tutes. substitutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located between the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within on block of
the government building and postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Price, $16,000.
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and ?",000 In two years at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will -not be long on
the market. I have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
. outturn a Iltoek, Oeala. Fin.
The green fruit question has gone
farther than the Citrus Exchange and
is now a law of the state, and of the
United States. In the United States it
Is a matter of "pure food," but in the
state law it is more a matter of pres preservation
ervation preservation of the Florida fruit- industry.
It does seem tp ug that all those
who are unwilling to sell their birth
right for a mere mess of pottage
would support the letter and spirit pi
the law without question,.
Who are the friends of the growers?
Are they those who aim to protect oi
those who would destroy?
Why not assist in the attempt to do
good to the greatest number and thug
build up and sustain a great reputation?
What is to be gained by question
ing the law? The exact manner when
fruit is ripe, etc.? Isn't it a fact that
the general aim of the law is home
protection? Will it pay to play into
the hands of any speculator who ob
tains his money out of Florida grow
ers and who may threaten to fight the
law intended for their protection 1
There may be honest differences as to
means and methods, but any plan that
looks to the preservation of the state's
greatest industry throughout the en entire
tire entire season should receive the UaTty
support of the growers, who, after all,
are the people most vitally interested,
and with whom we stand, without re
gard to any outsiders. Orlando Citi
SUPPRESSING GREEN ORANGE
Comes From the Boston (Mass.)
Transcript in Lengthy Edito Editorial
rial Editorial of Recent Date.
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Many things gro to prove that It Is.
The way thousands, are trying to help
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W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. IT. Find-
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New York.---Recelpts of Florida or
anees snowea some increase tma
week in quantity but not in quality
In fact, considerable offerings were
nothing more than trash. This is
brought about because of so many
small green oranges and even that
fruit which reached a fair size was
evidently placed in warm rooms by
people who knew nothing about color coloring
ing coloring oranges, with the consequence
that some of them came out cooked
The trade will not take this kind of
fruit. New York Packer.
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by having a Tolley to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring element. Never
mind future regrets. Have some pres present
ent present wisdom. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss is no trifle.
It costs so little to be well and fully
insured that the poor have no excuse
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A MAIL. CARRIER'S LOAD
Seems heavier when he has a weak
back and kidney trouble. Fred Due
hren, mail carrier ai Atchison, Kas
says: "I have been bothered with kid
ney ana oladder trouoie ana naa a se
vere pain across my back. Whenever
I carried a heavy load of mail, my kid
ney trouble Increased, borne time ago,
I started taking Foley's Kidney Pills
and since taking them I have gotten
entirely rid of all my kidney trouble
and as as sound as ever." Sold by the
While the Florida Citrus Exchange
may have been over-zealous in its en endeavor
deavor endeavor to prevent the marketing of
green and immature fruit, there is no
reason to doubt the wisdom of the
crusade. Any true Floridian who has
bene north in the early winter months
knows that the fruit shipped from
Florida in September and October ar arrived
rived arrived in a condition unfit for the table.
He knows that he would not eat it
himself, and that he tried to prevent
his children from eating it. He knows
that unripe oranges will give one diar diarrhoea,
rhoea, diarrhoea, just as unripe apples and pears
will give one colic. All unripe fruit
is not only unfit to eat, but is danger
ous to health. The marketing of un
ripe fruit is injurious to the trade.
The News feels pride in the action of
the Citrus Exchange officers in defy
ing public sentiment and greed for
early money and doing its share in
preventing the formation of poor opin
ion of Florida citrus fruits. DeLand
If it's a "Lucky Curve" fountain pen
It's a good one. We have any style
you want at the Court Pharmacy.
Who In Xovr In TTI tff Balldln'C,
Corner South First and Mag-nolIa
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Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothe?
The following editorial appeared in
a recent issue of the Boston (Mass.)
Transcript, heartily endorsing the
work of the Florida Citrus Exchange:
"For years we have heard it said
that the Italian fruit venders ripened
their bananas by taking the bunches
to bed with them, but as we, person personally,
ally, personally, never obtained our bananas from
such sources that is, never knowing knowingly
ly knowingly the news was received calmly.
Within the past few days, however;
we learn that we have been frequent frequently
ly frequently partaking of "sweated oranges,"
and first we demand to know what a
sweated orange is, and second we de demand
mand demand that somebody put a stop to it.
"If given to the orange habit, our
eyes have squinted shut under the
acid persuasion of sweated fruit,
which would taste sour by any other
name. Between the end of the sea season
son season for California oranges and the be beginning
ginning beginning of the season for the Flor Florida
ida Florida variety i sa period when the fruit
dealers must be satisfied with any
kind of oranges they can obtain. Ul Ultimately
timately Ultimately this dearth will be supplied
by Porto Rican and Cuban oranges;
but, at present, the temptation is
strong on the Florida growers to
hasten their shipments when they can
sell for $2.50 and $3, even if the fruit
is green, for, holding it until cooler
weather and competition, they re receive
ceive receive only $1.25 and $1.50. The or oranges
anges oranges come North as green as? young
foliage, but by leaving them in a
closed room with a kettle of water
on a. gas stove the lightning change
is both gratifying and profitable; in
forty-eight hours they are a plausible
yellow. This process is not necessary
in getting the Florida fruit to north northern
ern northern markets; it is necessary if the
green fruit, shipped to catch the
early high prices, is to sell. The
temptation to ship green grapefruit is
even stronger with the Florida ""row ""rowers
ers ""rowers and the tangle of lawsuits which
snarls the Southern fruit dealers had
its beginning in. this practice.
"Whether this forced fruit is in in-juriisu
juriisu in-juriisu to health is a matter of dis dispute.
pute. dispute. In the contest between the
Florida Citrus Exchange and one of
these too-eager shippers, the car of
grapefruit chosen for the issue was
examined by the Federal inspectors
and three representatives from the
New York board of health and pro pronounced
nounced pronounced ripe which, of course,
proves nothing, except that this par particular
ticular particular fruit was ripe.
"This pot of trouble has been in
brew since 1907, when Dr. W. D.
BJgelow began the study of artificial
ripening of oranges. The practice was
known then to be extensive, but un under
der under the prevailing interpretations of
the pure food law it was not certain
that it could be successfully attack attacked.
ed. attacked. The government sent its agents
to Florida to smell around. The
chemists tried a few experiments in
the privacy of the laboratory. What
they learned was that the main ob objection
jection objection to the forced ripening of or oranges
anges oranges is that It does not ripen. The
color of the skin oranges, but not
tl-e chemical constituents of the fruit.
The percentage of acid remains very
high, and the sugar, which develops
in normal ripening, does not appear.
You are eating a green apple painted
red on the outside.
"Last April these experiments had
made it possible for the board of
foods and drug inspection to issue a
Bulletin to the Federal officers of this
department, declaring such oranges
to be injurious, particularly to chil
dren, and citing the passage in the j
food and drugs act under which pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings might be begun. The bul bulletin
letin bulletin reads:
The Coloring of Green Citrus Fruits.
"The attention of the board of foci
and druer Inspection has been direct
ed to the shipment in interstate com-j II
merce of green. immature citrus i a
fruits, particularly oranges, which j
have been artificially colored by hold- j
Ing in a warm, moist atmosphere for
a short period of time after removal
from the tree. Evidence is adduced
showing that such oranges do not
change in sugar and acid content af after
ter after removal from the tree. Evidence
further shows that the same oranges
remaining on the tree increase mark
edly in sugar content and decrease in
acid content. Further, there is evi evidence
dence evidence to show that the consumption
of such immature oranges, especially
by children, is apt to be attended by
serious disturbances of the digestive
(Concluded on Second Page)
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of goods is now in and is very complete, with the
very latest styles and fabrics from the leading mar markets
kets markets of the north.
We call especial. attention to the handsome new
line, for men and boys, of
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Our line of SHOES, HATS and CAPS for both men
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Our line of newest creations in GLOVES, NECK NECKWEAR,
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All we ask of the public is to let us show them
the goods. Come in to see us.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1911
OGALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
It. R. Carrroll, Easiness Manager.
J. H. lienjamln, Editor.
It begins to look like the attempt of
the southern congressmen to keep
work going on at the Pensacola and
Charleston navy yards will be effective.
Our last Thanksgiving day came
right in the middle of the Marion
county fair, but this year it will be on
Nov. 30, or almost a week after the
fair is over.
Speaking of Luxemburg, a scheme is
on foot to present it to Belgium in ex exchange
change exchange for the Congo, which will be
divided between France, Germany and
Governor Blease of South Carolina
has made himself conspicuous again
by practically endorsing lynching.
There have been some astonishing
freaks in the state government of
South Carolina since the old-fashioned
gentlemen lost control.
The New South Farm and Home
Company is preparing to make an ex exhibit
hibit exhibit at the Marion County Fair. Tt
will make a comprehensive display of
the products grown Im the territory
covered by its colonies, and we have no
doubt that the exhibit will be a most
Interesting one and convincing of the
resources of this part of Florida.
A Star reporter today saw a fine
bunch of rice raised by Mr. Francis
Kuhne near Burbank. It was as fine-
looking rice as one could wish to see.
and he has three acres of it. There
are thousands of acres of land in the
Oklawaha river valley that will grow
as good rice as can be raised any
One of the salient features of the
meeting of the State Federation of
Woman's Clubs in Jacksonville was
the address by Mrs. William Hocker of
this city. Mrs. Hocker is a lady of
wide information and culture. She
has in a marked degree the gift of
colecting facts and presenting them to
her audience in a most impressive
The king and queen of England are
on the palatial steamship Medina on
the way to India, to be crowned em
peror and empress of that vast coun
try. Although Queen Mary refuses to
ride on an elephant, and wear more
than $5,000,000 worth of jewels, the
ceremony will probably be almost as
gorgeous as the recent visit of the cir circus
cus circus to Ocala.
C. P. Rogers, the first aviator to
cross the continent in a flying machine,
had hard luck. When on his last
flight from Pasadena to the Pacific,
and almost close enough to the ocean
to hear the surf beating on the beach,
his machine failed, and tumbled into a
plowed field, smashing itself and
knocking the aviator senseless. But
the plucky birdman is having his ma machine
chine machine and his bruises repaired, and de declares
clares declares he will yet finish his flight.
Senator John Sharp Williams of
Mississippi, was the victim of a run runaway
away runaway accident the other day, while
driving from his home in Yazoo to the
railroad station. He was thrown to
the ground and badly bruised. A
friend took him into a horse hospital,
which was close at hand, and a vet veterinary
erinary veterinary bandaged his hurts. Mr. Will Williams
iams Williams made the following characteristic
comment: "I have often been called a
jackass, but this is the first time I ever
got into a horse hospital."
The annual issue of the president's
Thanksgiving proclamation is one of
the popular fakes. The president is al always
ways always held up to the public view as
directing, with deep piety, the people
of the nation to give thanks for the
blessings we enjoy. As a matter of
fact, the Thanksgiving proclamation is
always drawn up by a clerk in the
state department, and the president
probably never thinks of it until he
sees it in the papers. President Taft's
proclamation this year was issued from
Washington, while Mr. Taft, on his
tour was far out west.
Gilchrist scored a big hit with his
Thanksgiving proclamation, on account
of its brevits. It's the first time the
governor has ever been accused of
such a thing, as his messages and
state documents generally hold the
s,lalue ribbon for verbosity. Bet you
can't do it again, governor. Lakeland
The governor always gives interest
ing and generally convincing reasons
for his official acts, and the Star
thinks he should be commended for
stating them at length. If he gave
no reasons, he would be more severe severely
ly severely criticised than he is now; and yet
there Is no law that he should make
Amendment of the Sherman anti
trust law at the coming session of
Congress is to be undertaken in earnest
by Democrats of the House. In addi
tion to anti-trust legislation the judic judiciary
iary judiciary committee has decided upon revis
ion of the injunction statutes and the
laws regulating indirect contempt
cases. Efforts of the committee will
be directed chiefly toward elimination
from the statute of the' 'rule of rea
son, as interpreted by the supreme
court. A law providing trial by jury
in cases of indirect contempt of court
and modification of the Injunction re
strictions are regarded by the Demo
cratic leaders as essential to fulfill
ment of the party pledges as express
ed in the platform of the Denver con
and rheumatism, both in men and wo
men, mean kidney trouble. Do not al
low it to progress beyond the reach of
medicine but stop in promptly with
Foley Kidney Pills. They reguate the
action of the urinary organs. Tonic in
action, quick in results. Sold by the
SOFT WATER TANKS
Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company is mak making
ing making to hold rain water from the roof
of your dwelling? If not. see them.
J. E. Parker. 2021 No. 10th St., Ft.
Smith, Ark., says that he had taken
many kinds of kidney medicine, but
did not get better until he took Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills. No matter how long
you have had kidney trouble, you will
find quick and permanent benefit by
the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start
taking them now. Sold by the Court
Moos meet Thursday evening.
Interesting Meeting Held Every Daj-
nd Evening. Great Work of the
v. w. n. of f.
National Motto: 'The Love of Christ
State Motto: "Love Never Faileth."
The "Christian Women" of Florida
and many pastors from different points
in the state assembled m convention
yesterday morning at the "Christian
church" in Ocala. Mrs. F. K. Hester
led in an earnest and spirited devo
tional meeting. After singing. Mrs. J.
F. Longdon. president of the Florida
division of the Christian Woman's
Board of Missions, took charge of the
meeting. Mrs. Longdon is an unusual unusually
ly unusually fine presiding officer, being an ex excellent
cellent excellent parliamentarian and having ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding ease, tact and courtesy. The
reports of the secretary, treasurer and
leaders of departments in the work
showed a healthy activity along all
lines. The women are supporting Dr.
Mary Longdon as their medical "mis "missionary
sionary "missionary in India, and gave last year
hore than $1,000 in missions and ben
evolences. The subject of tithing em emphasized
phasized emphasized by the efforts of "The Tenth
Legion," received special commenda commendation
tion commendation and largely increased the contri contributions.
butions. contributions. Many societies had 50 per
cent of their membership giving a
tenth, according to the Biblical law.
Ocala and DeLand were the only so
cieties on the honor roll, as having
contributed to every object and ob observed
served observed all 'Special Days" prescribed
by the church.
The president emphasized the need
of interested, intelligent, consecrated
The Young People's Department re report
port report was made by Mrs. W. H. Coleman
of Ocala. state president of this im important
portant important branch of work. There have
been four new bands organized and
much interest manifested. Mrs. Cole Coleman
man Coleman said: "The contributions have
been good but the greatest value of
these bands is by no means what they
give but the development of the young
people in Bible study and missionary
training. The Ocala Junior3 number
fourteen. They gave to missions last
year $2."0i. being the banner band in
the state for gifts. The children of the
United States paid into the national
treasury of the Christian church more
than $30,000. A new" feature of the
work Is the "Home Department," for
those who live in remote places far
from a church, and for people too
feeble in health to attend. These
shut ins" can read of the needs and
contribute to the work.
Mrs. M. R. Thompson was appoint
ed to make the report for the Ocali
woman's work, Mrs. C. H. Dame, pres
ident of the society, being too ill to
Rev. W. H. Coleman made an ex
cellent report from his church. The
membership numbers 78, a net gain
during the past year of 19. The Bible
school represented more than 100 per
cent of church membership. Rev.
Coleman has held 138 services during
the year. The contributions for mis missions
sions missions and other departments of church
work amounted to $201.62. This amount
and pastor's salary made the sum total
for 1911, $990.72. Rro. Coleman spoke
with great appreciation of the hos
pitality extended to the delegates and
visitors by the members of other
churches and commended the sweet
spirit of Christian unity in Ocala.
The main address of the morning
was on "The Grace of Giving," by Mrs
E. F. Harlan, of Indianapolis. Ind. Mrs.
Harlan is one of the national workers
and on the board of the training school
located in Indianapolis. She is an ex
ceedingly strong, capable, intellectual
womanly woman. It is seldom we have
listened to an address with greater
pleasure and profit Her points were;
1st. Development from giving.
2nd. God's call for the gift of every
faculty. His example, He gave Him
3rd. The motto' of the great salva
tion Army, "Service for Others."
4. The atlas of the world should be
our prayer book.
Tell the need, fa) Study syste
matieally. (b) Study definitely, (c)
Make your own map; get pictures of
churches and workers, anything to add
6. Personal appeal and letters writ
ten in faith, in prayer, in love;
"knowledge, growth, fulfillment."
Every woman in Ocala will lose muc'i
in railing to attend tnese meetings.
Last Night's Services
The afternoon and evening services
at the Christian church were full of
interest. The papers, "Our Need, Young
Women," by Mrs. E. W. Elliott. f
Tampa, and "The Unenlisted Woman,"
by Mrs C. C. Jones of Jacksonville.
were specially good. Mrs. M. E. Harl.m
spoke in her clear, incisive way on
"The Training School," located at In
One of the best things on the aft
ernoon program was 'The Bible Drill."
by the Junior band of the Ocala church,
under the direction of Mrs. W. H. Cole
man. The ages of the band were from
seven to eleven years and it was re remarkable
markable remarkable how much of the Bible these
little folks knew. They recited in con concert
cert concert the books of the Old and New
Testament, gave the names of mission
aries in foreign fields as if they were
their closest friends, and concluded
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Scratch and rub rub and scratch
until you feel as if you could almost
tear the burning skin from your body
until it seems as if you could no
longer endure these endless days of
awful torture those terrible nights
of sleepless agony.
Then a fev drops of D. D. D., th
famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what
relief! The itch gone instantly! Com Comfort
fort Comfort and rest at last!
D. D. D. is a simnle external wash
mat cieanses ana neais tne innamed
skin as nothing else can. A recognized
specific for Eczema. Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum or any other skin trouble.
We can give you a full size bottre
2 AheSen,ui.Jle- ?'-?? If,
)1.VV auu 1 L l lit? Vrl V nisi uuuic mua
to give relief It will not cost you
We also can give you a sample bot bottle
tle bottle for 25 cents. Why suffer another
day when you can get D. D. D.?
Postoffice Drugstore and Annex, J. J.
A bank book with your
name on it showing you to
be a depositor of this bank
will talk for you. If von
have an employer it will at attract
tract attract his favorable attention,
and if seeking employment it
will help you because the fact
that you maintain a bank ac account
count account denotes thrift and svs svs-tematic
tematic svs-tematic business habits, aud
these are traits that are
sought for in the character of
an employe. It will also en enable
able enable you to start into bus business
iness business on your own accord. It
will be a pleasure to us to
issue a book in your name.
the exercise by a Bible acrostic, tak taking
ing taking each letter in each name and re
citing a Bible verse beginning with
that letter. The hand is composed of
the following children: Floyd Coleman.
James Chace, Robert Chace. Robert
Cowdrick, Ben Borden, Elizabeth
Wetherbee, Olrve Whaley, Virginia
Beckham, Lourine Spencer, Carolyn
Borden, Elizabeth Cowdrick.
Two superb addresses were given in
the evening. The first one on "The One
Question: The Power of the Gospel."
by Mrs. M. E. Harlan, was strong, log logical
ical logical and well delivered. She spoke
from three divisions of the subject:
1st. The power of the gospel to ele
vate the peoples of the world.
2nd. The power of .the gospel to
make a nation.
3rd. The power of the gospel to
maintain a nation.
Mrs. Harlan was followed by Dr.
Robert M. Hopkins. National Bible
School superintendent. Dr. Hopkins is
an eloquent speaker, and has every
phase of his great work well in hand.
His illustrations and anecdotes were
pointed anil amusing. The three main
divisions of his lecture were:
1st. The Bible school the teaching
service of ihe church.
2nd. The Bible school the evange evangelizing
lizing evangelizing agent of the church.
3rd. The Bible school the training
service of the church.
The Ocala Christian Sunday school
was one of four in the state to secure
a Front Rank Pennant."
The singing led by a chorus choir
was inspiring. Those who are failing
to attend these services are missing
a great intellectual and spiritual up uplift.
lift. uplift. Thurwlay'K Program
The program for tomorrow is full
of good things and the addresses will
be of a high order. All
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the forenoon, afternoon and evening
sessions. Following is the program:
9 a. m., Devotional Calvin Matchett.
9:15, Committee reports.
9:23, Church Extension G. W. Muck Muck-lev.
9:50. Organized Movement for men
E. E. Elliott.
10:20, American Missions Grant K.
10:50, Our Duty to
Ones J. H. Mohorter.
11:40, How to Build
Fields Ira E. Adams.
11:35, Unfinished business.
2 p. m.. Devotional, Young People
Organized for Work By pastor at Kis Kis-simmee.
simmee. Kis-simmee. 2:13, Endeavor Work Miss McMan McMan-aman.
aman. McMan-aman. 2:30, Bible Schools E. W. Elliott.
2:50. Mission Work in Bible Schools
E. E. Elliott.
3:13, Some Aims
Convention that I
Carry Out During
Suggested in this
Will Endeavor to
the Year. (Two
3:35, "Unfinished business.
3:50, Announcements and benediction.
7 p. m.. Devotional F. J. Longdon.
7:15, Address. Foreign Missions F.
8:00, Address, Home Missions Grant
8:45, Song and Final Benediction.
C. W. n. M. Of fir
The C. W. Ti. M. finished its session
yesterday. The following state offic officers
ers officers were elected for the ensuing year:
President, Mrs. F. J. Longdon, De De-Land;
Land; De-Land; vice president, Mrs. C. C. Jones.
Jacksonville; corresponding secretary.
Mrs. R. H. Lampkin. DeLand; treasur treasurer.
er. treasurer. Mrs. F. L Reames, Tampa: superin superintendent
tendent superintendent Y. P. D.. Mrs. W. II. Coleman.
Ocala: recording secretary, Mrs. E. W.
Elliott, Tampa: superintendent H. D..
Mrs. T. E. Arnold. DeLand; advisory
committee. Mrs. W. A. Dean. Tampa.
Mrs. S. C. Altman. Kissimmee. Mrs. S.
I .icksun. Hampton. Mrs. Hayden of
Mr. W. C. Moore, who will lecture to tonight,
night, tonight, was one of the speakers at the
big Christian convention held in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago during the World's Fair in 1892.
Hall's Texas Wonder Will remove kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder troubles, rheumatism,
gravel, diabetes, neuralgia, weak and
lame backs. One bottle seldom fails to
cure. Write for testimonials. Dr. E.
V. Hall. 2926 Olive street. St. Louis,
Mo. Sold by all dealers.
RESIDENCE FOK SLE
For sale, my home place, on South
Third street, with or without the cot-
1 tasre on
the corner. Apply at Star
R. R. Carroll.
' Tn damp, chillv weather there is al-
iways a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because" many people
who know by experience its great re relieving
lieving relieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price, 25c, 50c. and $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
(Continued from First Page)
"Incier the food and drugs act of
June 30, l9fG, an article of food is
adulterated, "if it be mixed, colored,
powdered, coated or stained in a mat matter
ter matter whereby damage or inferiority is
concealed. It is the opinion of the
board that oranges treated as men mentioned
tioned mentioned above are colored in a manner
whereby inferiority is concealed and
are. therefore, adulterated.
"The board recognizes the fact that
certain varieties of oranges attain
maturity as to size, sweetness and
acidity before the color changes from
green to yellow, and this decision is
not intended to interfere with h
marketing of such oranges.
"H. W. WILEY,
"F. L. DUN LAP,
"GEORGE P. McCABE,
"Board of Food and Drug Inspection
"Such a method of coloring fruit
seems plainly enough to be 'a man manner
ner manner whereby damage or inferiority is
concealed.' And the effects of such
acidulent fruit on the susceptible di digestive
gestive digestive organs of children and inva invalids
lids invalids should be enough to condemn the
"These strictures do not apply, in
the same measure, to bananas, which
even in the growing belt are picked
green to ripen in the sun, lest all
their flavor should go back into the
tree. Southern tomatoes must be
shipped green in order to be salable
in Northern markets. Our own "win "winter
ter "winter apples are picked in the autumn
and allowed to ripen in the normal
temperature of a cellar. The danger
is in selling an ignorant consumer a
citrus gold brick.
"Most of us have 'set white
and careless teeth' into such oranges
and taken them out again. We
have understood vaguely that Flor Florida
ida Florida oranges were beginning to be
obliged to beg for a market, and this
was why. Several months ago the
Florida growers, alive to this situa situation,
tion, situation, put a bill through the legisla legislature
ture legislature of their state making it a mis misdemeanor
demeanor misdemeanor to market unripe oranges.
They had realized, at last, that these
premature shipments to catch high
prices were defeating their own end.
The man who had taken an orange
as sour as a lemon was not repeating
the act, and when the ripe fruit did
arrive it found no buyers. The Flor Florida
ida Florida dealers found themselves being
discriminated against by the consum consuming
ing consuming public as a natural result of their
own haste and greed, and what the
years of protest by Northern dealers
had been powerless to accomplish
was done quite promptly by the re refusal
fusal refusal of the public to buy. This bill
has not wholly prevented individual
shipments of unHpe fruit, and it is
the effort of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange to detect and punish such ren renegades
egades renegades that agitate the courts of that
state at present.
"It is an amazingly unanimous row.
The public demands an investigation;
the government proposes to interfere;)
The Northern dealers welcome the in-j
illlU LUC OUUU1CIU giuncja
wisn tne wnoie tiling to De airea
fact is that an organization of Florida
growers voluntarily forced the issue
in the hope of making an end to
shipments of unripe fruit which were
injuring the whole market out of all
proportion to the higher prices
brought by sweated fruit. Incident
ally, the Florida Citrus Exchange is
being exploited in the national press
in the'most flattering guise of defend defender
er defender of the faith and protector of the
consumer, sounding public warning
throughout the North against the sin sinful
ful sinful traffickers in unripe fruit. The
exchange in obtaining more free ad
vertising than it could pay for in a
decade; the public welfare is served;
we are made solid with the govern government,
ment, government, and the land is instructed in
the strategy of getting something foi
nothing from the newspapers, an art
known to few save the press agent
the professional philanthropist and
artists or authors craving divorce on
grounds of temperament.
"With such a concert of dissent, the
sweating of fruit, except the humble
efforts of the Italians aforesaid, is a
practice with only a short term left
to it. And if the banana as a bed
fellow is a myth, and the ripening of
bunches by hanging in West End living-rooms
is the only foundation for
the tale, we, the people, may quiet
ourselves with the thought that we
never buy of Guiseppe or Giovanni.
If any mishap befalls him who does,
why, what can you expect of cheap
OKLAWAHA RIVER ITEMS
Note Gathered on the Hank of Flor Florida"
ida" Florida" Iot Picturesque Stream 1
the Star' Special Writer
The Mills Steamboat Line Sharp Sharpshooter,
shooter, Sharpshooter, Capt. E. I Mills, motored out
of the Blue Gates this afternoon on her
maiden voyage to Falatka. She had a
miscellaneous cargo, some of which
consisted of forty odd boxes of grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit from the Randall grove and sev several
eral several thousand pounds of household
goods. At Eureka the liner will list
eight passengers for Palatka. She will
stop at way landings and all ports on
the St. Johns in the Welaka-Palatka
territory. This vessel is due back in
Silver Springs late Saturday evening
with miscellaneous freight and pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. Capt. E. L. Mills has. by
square dealing and prompt delivery of
all goods entrusted to his typical river
boat, won over a big share of the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha river business. He proposes to
srreatlv enlarae his vessel and add
more deck and cabin room to accom accommodate
modate accommodate passenarers. The river scribe
will furnish for this column Capt.
Mills' schedule later. Mate Carl Mas Mason
on Mason and Engineer Harper Price are the
two handsome young sailors on deck.
With the wierdness of a snow clad
mountain out in the wild and woolly
west, looms the great Wilson Cypress
Company's dredge, a mass of marine
machinery with "spuds" sunken deep
and the blackened crane reaching sky skyward
ward skyward on the blue run. This dredge
works almost daily pulling logs from
the bottom, and she can be found in
the third one of the Odd Fellow links
which constitute the three lakes on
the run, a distance of one mile from
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
THE FAMOUS CHASE AND SANBORN'S
This fall our stock will be more complete than ever.
New goods are arriving daily.
Some new goods just in:
Meat Paste in Tubes.
Puree Fois Gras
Puree of Partridge.
Puree of Quail.
Puree of Pheasant.
Puree of Thrush.
Truffle Liver Sausage.
Sardines in Glass.
ROYAL SCARLET Fruits and Vegetables are packed on
grown. When you get Royal Scarlet goods you can always
2 PHONES, 16 AND 174
the grottos and Ladies' Parlor. A row
boat comes mighty handy in reaching
Capt. Bonnie Durst divides time at
his will on Sharp's Ferry and on board
his tug towing barges of lumber The
young captain saws up a cargo of lum lumber,
ber, lumber, loads it and then tows it to Silver
Springs. lie was towing an empty
lighter down stream Sunday when the
Roxie ran in collision with the Durst,
but fortunately no one was hurt. Capt.
Durst, like all local river sailors, is
a jolly good fellow.
Mr. Frank Mathews pulled out on
the marine railway several days ago
the pleasure yacht Louie Warren, which
vessel is to be overhauled and paint painted
ed painted new. He will launch the Louie
Mr. Edward Tucker announces that
he is in receipt by express Mr. C. Car Car-michael's
michael's Car-michael's new engine for the vessel
now going up at the dancing pavilion
here, and Mr. Tucker says she is a
dandy. The engine is a forty-horsepower
Palmer, with high tension mag magneto,
neto, magneto, four cylinders, five by six. The
new boat will be named the City of
Ocala. She stands now about forty forty-five
five forty-five per cent finished. Mr. Mathews
secured the services of Capt. Henry
Mason, the Oklawaha river workman,
A new vessel lies at anchor in port.
Frank Wetherbee, who ran her in
up stream from Jacksonville.
A pretty little launch hailing from
Eureka, with two men and two ladies
on board, motored up as far as the
mouth late Sunday afternoon, and then
motored back in the black night.
Mate Carl Mason and Engineer Har Harper
per Harper Price of the Sharpshooter lost their
overalls Saturday on the way up from
Eureka. They went in swimming
away down stream and hung their
overalls on the stern wheel and forgot
same when the "shooter" resumed her
voyage. Both pair of the breeches
were wired to the whel and the liner
had reached Sunday Bluff ere the young
men thought of them. The boat was
tied up and the breeches taken in, al although
though although they were torn and almost
worn to shreds by the paddle wheel.
However, the overalls washed them themselves
selves themselves while on the five-mile journey.
Mr. Wellhorner is displaying in Dr.
Carlisle's drugstore a nice bunch of
cypress shingles. The mill at Conner
certainly fills in. It is just where it
is most needed.
A neat little tug, the Swastika, with
the captain and his wife, motored
down stream Sunday and she had in
tow a large raft of crossties. Mr. Will
Whitehurst of Zuber owns the cross cross-ties
ties cross-ties and they were carried down to
Sugar cane grinding began last
week on the banks and at the "grind "grind-ings"
ings" "grind-ings" young folks love to frolic around
and cook candy. Every farmer has his
cane patch, and a number of them
grow a large acreage. The Oklawaha
river valley contains rich soil and cane
grows rank. A. A. G.
A niRGLAR'S AWFUL DEED
may not paralyze a home so complete completely
ly completely as a mother's long illness. But Dr.
King's New Life Tills are a splendid
remedy for women. "They gave me
wonderful benefit in constipation and
female trouble." wrote Mrs. M. C. Dun Dun-lap,
lap, Dun-lap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, try
them. 25c. at Tydings & Co.
Tampa, Nov. 15 rinellas county was
created yesterday from the western
portion of Hillsborough county, the
voters of that section carrying by an
overwhelming majority, polling 73 per
cent, which was 13 pe rcent more than
necessary under the act of the legis legislature
lature legislature providing for the county divis division
ion division election. The vote stands: For di division,
vision, division, 11,379; against division, 503.
PII..ES CLUED IN C TO 14 DAYS
Tour druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Fro Fro-truding
truding Fro-truding Piles in 6 to H days. 50c.
WANTED To borrow $1500 for six i
months, or one year on good security.
"X. T. Z.,' care Ocala Evening Star.
"I am pleased to recommend Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs,
colds and bronchial trouble," writes
Mrs. L. B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. "We
have used it repeatedly and it has nev never
er never failed to give relief." For sale by
"I do not believe there is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
writes Mrs. Francis Turrtin, Junction i
City, Ore. This remedy is also un unsurpassed
surpassed unsurpassed for colds and croup. For
sale by all dealers.
Tea is the chief refreshment and ladies
who buy their tea here praise it with without
out without stint. In fact, we have made a
reputation for the high qualities of our
rich teas and coffees, both of which are
having large sales among the best
families. : : : : : :
Sap Sago Cheese
Many Others too
Numerous to Mention.
For Each Day of the Fair We Will Give Ihe
Party Drawing the Lucky Number
$10 in Cash or Merchandise
We will issue lickets to all persons visiting our
building as -we did last jear 'At four o'clock each,
afternoon during the f?ir we will draw for the lucky
number for- that day. If the lucky number drawn is
not represented in peivon we fchall draw again, and so
on until a number is drawn matching one held by a
part j in the building.
We have introduced several new displays in our
building at the fair grounds this year and it will )e
worth your while to pay us a visit.
YOU MAY WIN THE $10.
Make our BUILDING your headquarters.
We have plenty oi room and will be glad to
I have just received a carload
of splendid Tennessee Mules for all
purposes. Farm, Turpentine and
Lumber Mules, single and matched
animals. They are exceptionally
fine and splendid values for the
prices asked. Call and see them
before the drove is broken.
HUGH J. NICHOLS.
LOT ON WEST EXPOSITION ST., OCALA, FLA.
Also Sales Stables at Inverness and Wildwood.
There is OttSy One
Lsixsiitairo Biranmcj) GDannnoDnzo
USED THE WORLD OYER TO CURE A COLD IM ORE DAY.
Always remember the full name.
for this signature on every box.
TEA AND COFFEE.
Pi men toes.
Crosse Rlackwell's Line
of Pickles and Condiments.
Dill, Cucumber and Sweet
Red, White and Green Maraschino
Cherries, with and without
the grounds where they are
be sure of QUALITY.
. OCALA, FLORIDA
& SUPPLY CO.
OCALA EVENING STAR. WE DXESDA Yt NOVEMBER 15, 1911
RICE Of llil
THME 15 .SLIPPING AWCV
YES TIME yWMJ CANT OPEN A
Get It from Beck; get it right.
Is never brought so clearly and force forcefully
fully forcefully to the attention of a man as
when he borrows money, and must, at
regular periods, pay the interest which
is charged for the loan. It seems to
him that the interest is constantly
falling due. Those who save money,
instead of paying it out, receive inter interest,
est, interest, which itself later on earns inter interest
est interest and steadily increases the account.
We pay 4 per cent per annum, com compounded
pounded compounded quarterly.
THE Ml'XROE & CH AMBUSS BANK,
Because of my duties as superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction I cannot
give personal attention to my 100-acre
farm on the Blitchton hard road and
for this and the further reason that
I need the money, I offer it for sale.
The features are a beautiful, healthful,
accessible location, good new houses
for occupant and help, excellent barn
with stalls and outhouses; 50 acres
well fenced in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock, implements,
vehicles, harness and feed. Plant will
inventory $7000, but must go at once.
All ready for immediate occupancy.
For all particulars see or write,
J. H. BRINSON, Owner,
At Courthouse, Ocala, Fla.
FLIES X fffc A MI A iPVVVlT TTTkTHT
Eagles meet this evening.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Moose meet Thursdaj- evening.
FOR RENT Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms. 160 X. Magnolia St.
Form the subject of constant and solieitious care on the part of offic officers
ers officers and directors of The Commercial Bank of Ocala.
Farmers, firms and business men, desiring the best service of a
strong, modern bank, will find us ready to respond to all legitimate
needs or principles justified by sound banking procedure.
Our officers are ready to consult with patrons at all times. You
are invited to call at the bank often.
Mr. Robert Taylor, emigration agent
for the A. C. L. Railway, is in the city.
Tally cards that have never been
used at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. E. P. Thagard
Ocala friends today.
is greeting his
Al'TO RACES FOR THE FAIR
Sill H FOR SI
l K i)
Astyptodu cought syrup is good for
young and old. At the Court Pharmacy
THURSDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 16TH,
7 O'CLOCK SHARP
All Candidates, who are striving to
win the Magnificent Piano, on dis
play at Hayes & Guynn's Store,
should get busy during the few
remaining days of the contest and
secure all the votes they possibly
All Ballots that have been filled
out and then erased and filled in
again will not be counted.
Mr. Don Peabody is filling a position
in the county clerk's office.
Mr. Joe Bumby. the Union veteran.
is quite sick at the Florida House.
Dr. von Engelken went up to Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh today on professional business.
Mr. Edward Drake went to Holder
this morning to do some surveying.
If you want to find a gooa boarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
Mr. Harry Peter and City Marshal
S. C. M. Thomas of Dunnellon were in
Just received, the very latest thing
in mesh bags, drawn together at top
by a chain. Weihe, the Jeweler.
Rev. J. T. Boone, pastor of the First
Christian church of Jacksonville, is
among the visitors in the city.
Nothing In the world will give you
relief for that cough like Astyptoden
Trokeys. The Court Pharmacy.
A big Hudson "30," owned by the A.
G. Gates Garage, has been stripped and
racing seats put on and the machine
has been overhauled and put in readi readiness
ness readiness for the races at the fair grounds
during the fair. Mr. Charlie Gates
will drive the car.
At the Ocala Gas Engine Works a
Number "Ten" Buick frame has been
built into a racing car, and Mr. Frances
Webber will drive it. This car was as
nearly completely built we believe as
any tin in this country.
An effort is being made to get an another
other another car of the same class to race
with the Marquette Buick, which Mr.
J. H. Spencer will bring here from
Jacksonville. Messrs. Luekie and Hay Hay-craft
craft Hay-craft will drive these cars. Automobile
races at the fair grounds have proven
the greatest drawing card that can be
Some lively motorcycle races will be
another feature of the racing program,
and at least four machines will be entered.
AMl'SIXG AXD IXSTRUCTIVE
Don't have to reproach yourself at
the close of the contest with the
sad fact that if you had worked a
little harder this Fine $400 Piano
would have been yours. You can
get votes from the following firms:
MCTAD nCCIPC On Advertising, Job Print Print-OlHIt
OlHIt Print-OlHIt UrriUL ing and Subscriptions.
The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
The Marion Grocery Company.
Mesdames Hay craft & DeCamp.
Mr. W. S. C Yonge.
Hayes & Guynn.
The above caption will describe the
Air Dome program" for tonight, which
will be full of information and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment five good subjects, and not
a dull picture in the line. Following
is the program:
The Delayed Proposal. Biograph.
A Bearded Youth.
Range Pals, an exciting western
Mr. W. T. Gary of the Munroe & j subject.
Chambliss Bank, is confined to his I The Russian Gypsy, an instructive
room today with very sore eyes. picture, showing the way these people
The Water Beetle and Its Young. In Interesting
teresting Interesting as well as instructive.
The first of the current even reels
BEST THAT HAS EVEX BEEN
The Star is indebted to Mrs. E. Van
Hood for the complete report of the
Christian convention in this issue.
Mr. William Bullock is quite ill to
day at the home of his parents. Judge I
and Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
Mrs. R. A. Burford and daughter,
Miss Mary, have returned from Atlanta.
I will be shown tomorrow night and
Macbeth Friday night.
Mr. George Hall of Wildwood is in
the city, visiting Mr. E. P. Martin at
the Arms House.
Boat goes to the Randall grove at
Conner, thirty-two mile spin; a gen genuine
uine genuine feast on oranges. Ocala Northern
A V A O V A
Mr. John Mathews is in the citv to- i lrain eaves caia ai a a. m. coais
day. He came' up to enter his superb j leave Silver Springs at 9 a. m. and re-
Last night's performance at the Tern-
pie Theater was one of the best that
has ever been here in the vaudeville :
line. The pictures were also of the
The curtain rose first on the scene
of a miniature military camp, with
Corporal Bert Wiggins, the "just for
fun soldier." It kept everyone busy
watching for all the surprising things
that would unexpectedly appear on the
curtain, and the tents, camp fires, etc.,
were all there, with Bert Wiggins'
very clever acting.
Miss Rita Walker was encored in
her song, "The Plain Country Girl,"
and also received much applause in
her burlesque on a woman's suffrage
speech, which made a great hit and
was enough to convince any man of
what "a failure a poor man is."
There were several songs and duets
which were liberally applauded. San
and Sans in "The Fashion Plate Girl,"
were up-to-date, even to the harem
skirt. Mr. Jack Baxley, a fine baritone
singer, held the attention of the au audience
dience audience with "The Song My Mother
Used to Sing," and others, also a few
of the latest jokes, closing with the
song, "What the Engine Did," and
when it came to the Atlantic Coast
Line, it was so far behind that it could
not catch a trolley car. It seemed to
strike everyone very much that way,
and for a few minutes the applause
One of the prettiest features was the
dancing of the Ramsdell Trio in their
European novelty dance, where the two
sisters dance as two ponies with their
brother driving them in tandem for formation
mation formation with dainty ribbons. The
Ramsdells are from London and too
much cannot be said of their talents.
They are three very graceful dancers.
The company is giving a matinee this
afternoon, and will give two more live lively
ly lively performances tonight, and you will
miss it badly if you do not see -one of
trotter, Satan Wilkes, in the fair races.
FOR SALE Up to date short order
restaurant. Splendid location. Inquire
of Ocala Realty Co. 11-13-23.
Pictures framed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,
Mr. O. C. Knight, a clever young
railroad man from Palatka, is assist assisting
ing assisting Mr. M. R. Williams in the A. C. L
When In jacKsonvflle stop with Mrs.
E. L, Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
room in the city.
Mrs. W. H. Dodge has as her guest
Mrs. J. J. Miller of Jacksonville, who
is a delegate to the Christian convention.
turn at 3 p. m. The late Ocala North
ern train returns from Orange Springs
and Kenwood at 7:10 p. m., arriving in
Ocala at 7:30. Twenty-five cents round
trip on train and fifty cents on boats.
Albert Anson Graham.
IMPORT A XT MEETING OF THE
LADY HOSPITAL DIRECTORS
An important meeting of the Ladies'
Board of Directors of the Marion
County Hospital Association will be
held at the home of Mrs. Clarence
Camp on Thursday morning, Novem November
ber November 16th, at 10 o'clock.
M. E. Weathers, Secretary.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IX THE
WORLD SAVED A PART OF HIS MOXEY WHEX HE CLERKED IX A
STORE. THE MAX HE WORKED FOR LIKED THIS AND TOOK
HIM 1XTO PARTNERSHIP. ABOI'T FORTY YEARS AGO HK SAVED
TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS. TODAY HE IS WORTH NEARLY TEXT
MILLION DOLLARS. MAKE YOUR OWN MORAL. f
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN $75,000
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vive Pres.
STORE FOR RENT
Half of front til ore doivnstmlra at tbe
Woodmar block, next to Tbeus-Zachery
Furniture honne, for rent. Apply to
Mr. A Kin or Mr. Dennett, with Ocala
Plumbing; A Electric Company.
We have arranged with the Ivy
poultry people to handle some of their
eggs, and those desiring strictly fresh
eggs may get them for 5 cents per doz dozen
en dozen above the price of ordinary eggs,
so far as the supply goes. These eggs
are put up in cartoons, sealed and con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously dated, and you will always
find them fresh. Cam's Store.
PHI SIGMA XIGHT CLASS
IX GRAMMAR AXD ARITHMETIC
CREATORE IS COMIXG
The greatest musical event of the
season will be the appearance at the
Temple Tuesday evening, Nov. 21, of
Creatore and his world-renowned
band. The greatest aggregation of
musical instruments in the country.
Creatore seldom goes to cities as mall
as Ocala and the Temple should be
packed to hear him.
MAY STEAVART IX TWELFTH XIGHT
Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
Mrs. W. V. Newsom and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Helen, have gone to Jacksonville
to attend the W'aterman-Potter wedding.
FOR SALE Kentucky mules and
horses. Cash or credit. Come around
and lets talk it over. Inquire Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Stable, Harrell Johnson & Co.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2.1,
HOSPITAL DAY AT THE FAIR
On that day we vwill give to the
building fund for the Marion County
Hospital ten per cent on all orders
taken or sales made at our building
on the grounds.'
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
MOXTEZUMA HOTEL ARRIVALS
No Votes Will Be Received
Miss Mattie Pyles, we are glad to
state, is much better today, and her
many friends hope that the improve improvement
ment improvement will be permanent and lead to
Later Than 7
of the 16th.
GET BUSY !
For pains in the side or chest damp dampen
en dampen a piece of flannel with Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment and bind it on over the
seat of pain. There Is nothing better.
For sale by all dealers.
Mrs. G. W. Carter and grandson, C.
D. Whitfield, arrived yesterday from
Live Oak, and will stay some time with
Mrs. Carter's daughter, Mrs. C. V. Roberts.
T. W. Towers, Dunnellon; EL B.
Richardson, Homosassa; W. W. Hunt,
D. S. Coats, Jacksonville; W. T. Moore,
G. D. Jackson, Eustis; R. M. Hytins,
Cincinnati; J. W. Willis, Crystal Riv River;
er; River; C. S. Usher, Otter Creek; E. F.
Beall, Dunnellon; J. R. Willis, W. J.
Thomas, C. H. Jones, Jacksonville; H.
A. Reynolds, Lynne; S. S. McIIvain, St.
Louis; C. W. Wills, Gainesville; Geo. H.
Brinson, Astor; W. T. Mcllwain, Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; E. L. Maloney, Jacksonville; L.
J. Kemp, Orange Springs; L. A. Dick Dick-erson
erson Dick-erson and wife, Walter Lee, Pensacola;
Mrs. O. W. Reagan, Chester, Pa.; A.
Fred DeVain. North Carolina; R. G.
Meredith, Center Hill; R. L. Paschall,
Miss May Stewart and her company
have decided that they will not have a
matinee on their visit to the Temple
on the 23rd, as the fair will be in full
swing and everybody that can go any
where will be out on the grounds that
afternoon. Miss Stewart will play
Viola in Twelfth Night Thursday eve evening.
ning. evening. It is a pretty part in an excel excellent
lent excellent play. It will pay anyone to read
the play in the next week and then go
see how well the company can per perform
form perform it.
OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
Three nights a week Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday-for boys and girls
who cannot attend day school. Hours
from 7 to 9 p. m. $5 for four weeks.
Taught by George C. Looney. School
room at 62 Fort KIngavenue, Ocala,
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to
Probably rain tonight and Thursday,
not much change In temperature, light
W. H. & F. M. SOCIETY
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary Society will meet with Mrs.
W. II. Dodge tomorrow afternoon at 3
PLEASAXT FAMILY PICXIC
nULL DOG FOR SALE
A full-blooded bull dog, nearly three
years old; brindle color. Apply to A.
J. Klutenberg, at Jeffcoat Tailoring Co.
There are inu Kinas ol CWI1 Tonk
PLANK'S AXD OTHERS
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, rates
reasonable; thoroughly cleaned and re-
papered; one block east of A. C. L. de- I
pot. No. 66 Oklawaha avenue, Mrs. C.
W. Turner. ll-13-6t
Mr. Guy Toph went this morning to
Lakeland, to meet his family, who
came up from Tampa this morning, to
spend the day in Lakeland, and they
will all return to Ocala on the 9:50
p. m. train.
MANAGERS OF THE CONTEST.
OCALA CHAPTER XO. 1.1, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter. No. IS. R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday of everv month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
XO. 19, F. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets in
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
W. T. Mcllwain, W. M.
'i. W. Martinr, Secretary.
OCALA AERIE XO. 1811, F. O. E.
OCALA LODGE XO. 286, R. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake. E. R.
Louis F. Savarese, Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Aerie No. 1814. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at 8:15
p. m.. in Castle Hall. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe, President.
N. I Williams, Secretarj.
Ocala Lodge No. 6f9. Meets each
Thursday night in hall in Gary block
Edwin Spencer. Jr., Dictator.
C. L. tapp. Secretary.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and
may be taken with perfect safety by
the most delicate woman or the young
est child. The old and feeble will also
find them a most suitable remedy for
aiding and strengthening their weak weakened
ened weakened digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale by all dealers.
You don't have to take calomel if
you buy a bottle of Nyal's Liver Stim
ulator. This is a medicine put up by
a reputable pharmaceutical manufac
turer, and sold under a positive guar
antee. It is true to the name, stim stimulating
ulating stimulating the liver, at the same time as
sisting it in its natural action. Sold
in Ocala by the Fostoface Drugstore.
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 DRUGGET.
E. McCarthy, L. R. Gemmill, F. W.
Butler, Jno. C. Boeseh, Charles Pen Pen-field,
field, Pen-field, M. S. Ewing, D. R. Youse, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; A. C. Symmes. New Orleans;
J. Rosenbloom, Florida! H. L. Hutchin Hutchinson,
son, Hutchinson, A. W. DaCosta; C. A. Pound, Robt.
E. Davis. R. V. Ott, S. A. Levy, Gaines
ville; G. W. Davis, A. J. Legg, Savan Savannah;
nah; Savannah; F. L. Durkee, Griffin, Ga.; E. D.
Hutzler, Richmond; P. C. Althen, New
York; Sans & Sans. S. Jack Baxley,
J. C. McDermott, Bert Wiggins, George
Lange, Wm. Ramsdell. Ramsdell Sis
ters, vaudeville troupe; J. J. Hughes,
Philadelphia; W. J. Smith, Inverness;
J. E. Plowden and boys, Levon; J. C.
Byars, Louisville; T. R. C. Crowell,
Eagle Lake: D. Coughlin, Palatka;
S. M. Rosenfield, J. D. Youngblood, At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; Meyer Katz. Boston: G. W. Shaw,
Kansas City, Mo.; C. I. Betts, Madison,
S. Strauss, Ohio; C. Hoover, Easton,
Pa.; Mrs. W. M. Lowrie, Floral City;
M. Crolahan and wife, Baltimore: H.
M. Meeks. W. W. Doberty, Virginia; C.
D. Martin. Chattanooga; Max Marks,
Atlanta; C. J. Handy, E. G. McCall,
New York; F. Dorn, Tampa; F. H.
Wright, Boston; F. W. Roberts. H. A.
Yesterday Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Mc Mc-Clane
Clane Mc-Clane with their daughters and sons-in-law,
and all of the children of the
Killebrew and Adcock families, went
to Orange Lake early in the morning.
in two automobiles, and spent the en entire
tire entire (fay there, fishing and shooting
ducks. They had good success, both
with rod and gun and got plenty of
fish and fowl. A great basket dinner
was spread at noon and as many of
the fish were fried as they .could pos possibly
sibly possibly eat. The party enjoyed the 'day
keenly and will long remember with
pleasure their outing at Orange Lake.
' City Officers V
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Ixlar.
Assistant Recorder H. M. nampton.
President of Council IL C. Jones.
President Pro Tern R. R. CarrolL
Clerk IL C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer W. T. Gary.
"Attorney C. I Sistrunk.
Marshal R. L. Carter.
Fire Chief H. & Chambers. -Superintendent
of Electric Lighting Lighting-Plant
Plant Lighting-Plant J. C. CaldwelL
Policemen Frank Hall, S. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M, F. Dodson.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
Aldermen First Ward L J. Knight,'
C. II. Tydings.
Aldermen Sefcond Ward J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, It. R. CarrolL
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, IL A. FausetL
Aldermen Fourth Ward II. C. Jones.5
G. A, CarmichaeL
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards.
Committees of the Council
Market G. A. CarmichaeL I, J.
Knight, R. R, CarrolL
Sanitary E. T. Ilelvenston, W. P.
Edwards, H. A. FausetL
street R. R, CarrolL G. A. Carmi CarmichaeL
chaeL CarmichaeL J. H. Taylor.
Cemetery E. T. Ilelvenston, H. A.
Fausett, IL C Jones.
Building II. C Jones, II. A. FausetL
G. A. CarmichaeL
Fire H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings.
R. R. CarrolL
Police W. P. Edwards, J. H. Taylor.
L, J. KnlghL
Finance C. R. Tydings, J. IL Taylor,
E. T. Ilelvenston.
Judiciary L. J." Knight. C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. IL Taylor. C.-R.
Tydings, IL C. Jones.
RECEPTION" TO VISITORS BY
JACKSONVILLE WOMAN'S CLUB
AND PAINT COMPANY
Miss Helen Scott, who fills a orna
mental as well as useful place in the
city clerk's office, distinguished her
self greatly today, when her sanctum
was invaded by a rat at least six in
ches long. Miss Helen. instead of
mounting a chair and squealing for
help, seized a stick and slew the var
mint, thereby proving herself at least
as brave as David when he slew a bear.
The Ocala Automobile Repair and
Paint Co. has opened a shop in the
wooden building, between the city
market and steam laundry, where they
are prepared, with skilled workmen, to
do all kinds of automobile repairing
and finishing, painting, varnishing,
etc., and any kind of fine carpenter
work or cabinet making. We guarantee
workmanship, quick jobs and close
Ocala Auto Repair & Paint Co.
Last evening in the prettily deco decorated
rated decorated club home on Duval street, the
Woman's Club of Jacksonville enter entertained
tained entertained the delegates, alternates, and
visitors to the Florida Federation of
Women's clubs at an informal recep reception
tion reception following an interesting program.
The club was tastefully decorated
with a profusion of palms and ferns.
The stage was adorned with many
pretty potted plants, intermingled with
an artistic touch of red. The reception
room was in gren and white, the ferns
being intermingled with quantities of
During the evening the members of
the hostess club mingled with the vis visitors,
itors, visitors, Mrs. W. B. Young, president of
the Jacksonville Woman's Club; Mrs.
A. E. Frederick, of Miami; president of
the Federation; Mrs. Thomas M.
Shackleford, of Tallahassee, ex-president
of the Federation, informally re received,
ceived, received, also Mrs. William Hocker, of
Ocala, first vice president of the Federation.
Holders of Lyecum tickets musn'f Mrs. Young was handsomely gownea
forget to reserve their seats Tor the 'in violet witn exquisite inmmings ua
Vassar Girls' entertainment Saturday passementrie and real lace, and made
SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRING
The Ocala Northern Railroad Com-'
pany began operating through
trains to Bay Lake- Orange Springs
and Kenwood on Thursday, September
14 th. Train leaves Geala 7 a. m. in instead
stead instead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
make one round trip daily to these
points except on Sundays, when two
round trips will be made. Sunday
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip. Sunday rates between
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
cents for the round trip. All tickets
limited to day of sale. Now get your
baskets ready and spend a pleasant
day at the famous resort of Orang
Springs, one of the most delightful
places for an outing or, recreation li lithe
the lithe South. S. P. Holllnrake. SupL
Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview was
in town last night. Mr. Tremere is ad advertising
vertising advertising his splendid horse for sale,
and will get one of the International
Harvester Company's delivery automo automobiles
biles automobiles to take his place in his mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business.
evening. Its going to Tie an extra fine
performance, and one everybody should
The Wednesday Morniner Musical
Club met this morning at 10 o'clock
in the roms of the Woman's Club, with
a number of ladies in attendance and
an interesting practice was held.
There is little danger from a cold
or from an attack of grip except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cures of colds and
grip and can be relied upon with im implicit
plicit implicit confidence. For sale by all dealers.
ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATERS
I have in stock some new and very
handsome coffee percolaters, heated by
eleetricity. Coffee made in the most
scientific manner in a few moments
without trouble, odor, or any of the
other inconveniences of oil, alcohol or
wood heaters. Every home should
have one of these percolaters. Price
is very reasonable. A. E. Burnett.
WANTED Young men to make bas baskets
kets baskets on machines in South Florida. Ex Experience
perience Experience desirable but not necessarj.
High wages. Apply Farquhar Machin Machinery
ery Machinery Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. ll-14-4t
FOR SALE Gentle horse, a good
walker and traveler; wagon, buggy and
harness. National cash register. War War-horse
horse War-horse Pit Game Stags and Pullets.
Cheap for cash. See Tremere. Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, Fla. 11-17-w4t
IT STARTLED THE WORLD
when the astounding claims were first
made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved them true, and everywhere it is
now known as the best salve on earth
for burns, boils, scalds, sores, cuts,
bruises, sprains, swellings, eczema,
chapped hands, fever sores and piles.
Only 25c. at Tydings & Co.
Mr. J. V. Tarver will move into his
handsome new home on Fort King
avenue in about ten days. Mr. Tar Tar-ver's
ver's Tar-ver's home has been built according to
his own idea's of a place to spend the
remainder of his days in and is one of
the handsomest as well as most con conveniently
veniently conveniently arranged residences in the
city. Its splendid location, and roomy
lot makes it most desirable and valuable.
Mrs. Frederick wore a beautiful
gown of black lace draped over white
satin and with pretty touches of Jet.
Mrs. Shackleford wore a lovely gown
of black Brussels net fashioned over
Mrs. Hocker was charming in a gown
of gold satin draped with handsome
black lace and made en traine.
During the evening delicious punch
was served in the reception room, and
in the room adjoining the coffee table
wa3 placed. Presiding at these tables
were several prominent members of
the club influential in the literary and
social departments. Times-L'nion.
LOST A pair of spectacles with
straight gold frames. In long case. The
right lens is very thick. Lost some somewhere
where somewhere on square. Finder please feturn
same to Star office.
CURED MEATS! i
Why not get the best for your mon money
ey money the quality that costs you -no
more at our
We know that steadily making our
service tbe best means your continued
patronage let us show you on today
order the quality we give the low
prices. Phone 108.
n. f. kiwaH) S
Phone 1U8 New City Market.
FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island Red
eggs, $1.50 for setting of 15. No. 30
Sth street. South. ll-9-6t
WANTED Traveling salesmen to
carry an up to date line of trunks and
bags. Good proposition. The Peters Petersburg
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BY LOUIS JOsKPH VANCE
Illustration by Kajr Walter
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STEEL PULLMANS, SI. Petersburg New York
M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAN1),
D. P. A..
(Copyright, 1&10, by Louis Jos. Vance;
By the time thy had passed
through the Cold Lairs, Kather Kather-Ine'a
Ine'a Kather-Ine'a strength began to fall. The
rapid pace at which they had made
the ascent from the beach had told
upon her more than Coast would bare
realized but for lnsuppressible evi evidences
dences evidences of distress she betrayed, her
laggard footsteps and her labored
breathing- Passing an arm round her
waist, he held her up and gave her
what support and help he could, but
when they had gained the summit of
the first ridge inland, between the
farm-house and deserted village, he
had to pause and rest.
From that point of vantage, with
the broad crescent of the beach spread
out beneath their gaze, they watched
the landing of the seine-boat.
Like some huge water insect of
many legs, black body silhouetted
against the silvered sea, it sped in in-snore,
snore, in-snore, four long oars to a side dip dipping
ping dipping and lifting with the rhythmical
beat of a perfect piece of machinery.
Then of a sudden with precise ac accord
cord accord the oars were lifted and laid in:
at slowly decreasing speed the long longboat
boat longboat slipped through the shoaling wa waters
ters waters and nosed the sands. Four fig figures
ures figures leaped overboard and grasping
the thwarts hauled the bows high up upon
on upon the beach. Others followed, some
lingering to help drag the long-boat
out of the tide'3 limits, some trotting
to Blackstock's aid.
With difficulty, because of the mo momentarily
mentarily momentarily fading light, Coast counted
the company of the newcomers; they
numbered, as nearly as he could es estimate,
timate, estimate, ten. With Blackstock and
Chang, that meant twelve to two
fourteen to two, if he were to include
the two coolies in the farm-house.
He withheld a groan of dismay, and
tightened his arm round the woman's
waist, unconsciously consecrating his
life to her defense. Blackstock
should recapture her only when he,
Coast, had fallen fighting.
Dimly through the gloaming he saw
Blackstock lifted to his feet before
the throng closed round him, a vague
dark blur about the boat. From the
east the tall, gaunt figure of Chang
was moving with long and steady
strides back to join them.
As yet there was no indication of
None the less, Coast stirred uneasi uneasily
ly uneasily and glanced in solicitude down at
the pale oval of the face resting
weafily against his shoulder.
"Feeling better?" he Inquired gent gently.
ly. gently. "Do you think you can walk,
She drew In a deep breath and
nodded assent. "I'm all right, now"
she said, though still her respiration
sounded harsh and uneven; "at least,
I will be presently. . Are they
coming?" she added with a start.
"No," he answered. -Thyr not
worrying about us. We cant get far
not off the Island. When we're
wanted, they'll find us easily enough,
I'm afraid. For the present, Black Black-stock's
stock's Black-stock's entertaining them with the
story of his misadventure." He laugh laughed
ed laughed shortly. "Come," he said; and
they turned again inland, moving at a
brisk walk toward the bungalow
with what purpose neither could have
"But that eelne-boat?" he asked
suddenly, a moment later. "Where
under Heaven did she drop from? You
spoke of the schooner ?"
"It's ashore," she told him. "I "saw
It all from the bungalow. ... I
had been inside, looking for my trunk
keys. I couldn't seem to find them
at first. He was in the wireless-room
when I went in, but by the time I
found the keys he had disappeared. I
went to the door and stood looking
out, wondering what had become of
him and whether I dared risk a re return
turn return to the beach and you while it
was still so light; and suddenly the
schooner shot out of the mist a little
south of the point, over there In the
west. She was running under power
I could Just hear the engine trob trob-bing
bing trob-bing and I don't think they suspect suspected
ed suspected how close they were to the island.
At all events, the next instant she
struck stopped short as if she hard
run against a wall, quite a distance
out; and in two minutes her stern was
under water. I saw the crew putting
out the long-boat and Jumping into it;
and then I ran down to the beach.
"She's the one," he said abstracted
"the schooner Appleyard was after,
beyond roubt. You heard them hall
Blackstock by name by the name
they know him under."
The woman, said "Yes," indifferent indifferently,
ly, indifferently, leaning more heavily upon him.
Out of the dusk, in which objects
were just perceptible, the bungalow
loomed up before them. By common
consent they paused, Coast looking
back toward the beach, Katherlne
peering up into his face.
"Are they coming, Garrett?"
"Not yet," he said, perplexity in his
tone. "It's as I thought: they know
they can lay hands on us at any
time. So we can go hang until they're
ready to take up our case. .
"But," he amended, squaring his shoul shoulders
ders shoulders and his jaw and infusing his man manner
ner manner with a confidence aid decision he
had been glad to feel, "we'll fool 'em.
It won't be long now."
"You mean before your friend Mr.
' Yes. He's sure to be here at al almost
most almost any minute he or the revenue
"But, Garrett . what are we
going to do in the meantime?"
"We'll have to stick to the open till
the Echo comes. Is there a lantern in
the house anything to make a light
"Why yes," she replied in sur surprise;
prise; surprise; "there's a kerosene lantern we
used at night, when It was necessary
to go to the farm-house. But . -wouldn't
it lead them to us?" Isn't
darkness our surest oover?"
"Absolutely; but I've got to have
something to signal Anniayard with.
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We agreed that 1 should snow a lignt i
on the sand pit, in event of any trou- j
ble; but he'll be counting on the cut- j
ter being here by this time, and it j
won't do to let htm make a landing j
on the beach near the long-boat."
"I understand. Just a minute . 1
. "Is there time?"
"Plenty," he said briefly, adding In-
consistently: "But hurry." j
He followed her into the house and,
while she disappeared to look for the
lantern, found his way to the divan j
and robbed it of Its covering a heavy J
steamer rug, which he folded and
tucked beneath one arm before Kath Kath-erine
erine Kath-erine returned.
"You won't want the light now?"
"No. Give me your hand,"
They stepped out Into unrelieved
night; darkness, dense and warm and
rendered tangible by its burden of
In the north arose a confusion of
manv voices: and in thai ouarter. like-
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wise, wag a firefly show of wearing
Hand In hand they stole away like
thieves, not three minutes before the
bungalow was invaded by Blackstock
and the crew of the schooner a loud loudmouthed,
mouthed, loudmouthed, roysterlng company, mak making
ing making hideous the night with the clamor
of their disputations and their curs cursings.
ings. cursings. Unseen and all unsought (so far as
they could say, with no sign given
them of either detection or pursuit) j
they hurried off as warily and fearful-
ly as wild things skirting the haunts j
of men, skulking silently over hills j
and down through hollows, over fields j
and fences, until at length they came j
witnout accident our. upon tne spread spreading
ing spreading sweep of sand to the east of the
Jong, low-lying spit.
Later they found themselves at the
end of this, the northern extremity of
the island; and here Coast put down
the unlighted lantern and spread the
rug in a slight depression between low
Cimmerian murk encompassed them,
abysmal, impassive, penetrated only
by dimmed rays of light from the win windows
dows windows of the bungalow, seemingly in incalculable
calculable incalculable miles distant.
Slowly the hours ebbed. They had
long slnoe ceased to speak. From the
regularity of her breathing Coast be believed
lieved believed she slept despite her fears,
overcome by thorough exhaustion of
very fiber, nerve and faculty. For
himself he would not stir for fear of
The light of a lantern peeped over
the ridge, inland, and descended,
wavering, through the Cold Lairs to
the beach, then became stationary
near the edge of the water, oyer
which it shot a long, slender spear of
He understood that a guard had
tardily been set over the seine-boat.
From the bungalow came thin, far
sounds of voices, now and then a
husky shout cacophonous in that hour
of calm, immutable peace.
They were drinking up there, for
getful alike of danger and their recent
Abruptly he saw that the lane of
lantern light was shattered and danc dancing.
ing. dancing. He jumped to his feet, with a
glance above that showed him a faint
flash of starlight. He held up his
hand and a breath of air blew cool
against it a shiver of breeze out of
the southwest. All this meant clear clearing.
ing. clearing. Swiftly the breese freshened. Vague
forms of mist faded before his strain straining
ing straining sight. A musical whisper and
clashing of waves echoed through the
hush of night. And like a curtain the
fog fell back and away, and was not
About two miles offshore, to the
northwest, a green light shone like a
colored star, with a white light a lit little
tle little above at about the height of the
Echo's masthead. And while he looked
the two moved and swung round, until
he saw not only green and white, but
the red port light as well, all moving
steadily toward the island.
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