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la a Dlfflevltr t Baa la a Flarfal
TaMie 'With a Former
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 26th)
In a flffht said to have started In a
friendly tussle. Sheriff John N. Lang Lang-ford,
ford, Lang-ford, of Bradford county, was shot to
death In room 134 of the Duval hotel
Sunday afternoon, shortly after 4
o'clock, by his friend. W. T Andrews.
29 years of age. of Raiford. Andrews
is now a prisoner In the Duval county
Jail, charged with murder, while the
body of Sheriff Langford was removed
to his home in Starke. Bradford coun county,
ty, county, this morning.
From J. W. Hatcher, a friend of both
Sheriff Longford and Andrews, and a
member of the legislature In 1S09,- a
clar and detailed account of the af affair
fair affair was given to the Metropolis this
morning. Mr. Hatcher has a stevre and
livery barn at Worthington Springs.
The three, Langford, Andrews and
Hatcher, came to the city Saturday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. They went at once to the
Duval hotel. They were out for a
harmless good time and went to the
Rathskeller. Here they had several
drinks and Sheriff Langford finally left
them, saying that he had some busi business
ness business to look after, and would meet
them later in the night.
After Hatcher and Andrews left the
Rathskeller they took a cab and drove
to the number given them by Sheriff
Langford. Here they were Informed
the sheriff was not In. Then they drove
away. Later they returned to the
number,' again looking for the sheriff.
and were again told he was not there.
At this Andrews is said to have be
come angry. He started cursing and
drawing his gun he fired it into the
air. A ffew minutes after Policeman
Sweat arrested Andrews who was
searched and the gun found. The
young man was sent to police head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. Hatcher succeeded In ar arranging
ranging arranging bond for his companion, and
after $100 had been put up by J. J.
Williams, a local liquor dealer, An
drews was released. Hatcher then went
to the hotel, where he found Sheriff
Langford already In bed, and he, too,
Andrews did not return to the hotel
until about 5 o'clock, Sunday morning.
but when he passed through the lobby
the clerk says he was perfectly sober.
He went to his room and soon he and
Sheriff Langford came Into Hatcher's
room and woke him up. The sheriff
and Andrews engage;'! in a rough and
tumble tussle over the bed and room,
but later all three went out and got
After breakfast they separated and
Hatcher did not see his .two friends
again until about 3 o'clock In the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, when they returned to the
hotel. They all went up stairs to together,
gether, together, and all had a drink from the
bottle. There were no words, and al although
though although both Andrews and the sheriff
seemed to be slightly under the Influ Influence
ence Influence of liquor, Mr. Hatcher says he did
not consider either of the men to be
Soon after the trio had adjourned to
their rooms, Sheriff Langford and An Andrews
drews Andrews started scuffling again, and soon
were pulling each other's hair and car carrying
rying carrying on a general rough and tumble
scrap, although apparently without any
111 feeling. Both were laughing all the
time. Hatcher says, until Andrews
threw the sheriff off the bed and Lang Langford
ford Langford made some remark that the young
man did not like.
Andrews Is said to have remarked
that the sheriff had It on him because
he carried a gun. whereupon Sheriff
Langford took off his revolver and
threw It on the bed. At this Mr.
Hatcher says he became worried and
tried to talk the two out of having a
further argument. He says he parley parleyed
ed parleyed with them for perhaps half an hour,
when suddenly Andrews remarked to
the sheriff that he could whip him with
nothing more on "than a Jaybird." An Andrews
drews Andrews Is said to have removed his
shoes and started to throw his sus
penders off his shoulders when Sheriff
Langford jumped for his gun, which
was still lying on the bed.
Hatcher says he realized there was
going to be trouble and ducked be behind
hind behind a dresser. Almost immediately
there was a pop! pop! an interval of
perhaps a second or two, then two
more shots in quick succession. Looking
up he saw Sheriff Langford sinking to
the floor with Andrews standing away
from him with the smoking pistol
clutched tightly In his hands and his
lips drawn and blue while over his
face spread a ghastly pallor as he
realized he had shot his friend to
Xo Family Feud
Although it was at first reported
that there had been a family feud be
tween the Langford and Andrews fam
ilies, this Is denied by relatives of
Sheriff Langford and young Andrews.
A member of the Andrews family was
shot some time ago. and although It
was never known who had killed the
man It was generally believed the shot
had been fired by Sheriff Langford.
John X. Langford had been sheriff of
Bradford county for the past five years.
He was a, married man, having three
children, ranging In ages from 9 to 15
years. He was very popular with res residents
idents residents of the county and had hundreds
of friends both In Bradford county
and In Jacksonville.
Young Andrews, son of A. Dennis
Andrews, of Raiford, is also married.
and Is said to have two children.
The coroner's jury held the inquest
before Justice of the Peace Abbott In
the criminal court room this morning.
and held Andrews wltholit bail for the
murder of Sheriff Langford. Attorney
I. L. Farris represented the defendant.
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GOOD KEXDRICK FARM FOR SALE
A first class farm, two miles south
west of Kendrlck and about the same
distance from both the Kendrlck and
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property, 40 acres of cut-over land
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arate separate if desired. 60 acres under fence,
20 acres of which has grown up in
bushes and email pine saplings. First
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well of never failing water. Fairly
good dwelling house, two barns, etc.
Lot of peach, some figs and young or orange
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clear of debt. A bargain at $2500. If
interested, inquire at the Star office.
Survey of the Oklatvaha River Will be
Flatbed by (he Flrt of
The survey of the Oklawaha river
by United States engineers, will be
finished by the end of this month
judging from the progress male on
thi3 survey during the past thrte
months. The work was started at
Lake Dora and has continued on from
there towards the mouth of the river
The survey is being made preparatory
to determining the cost and to making
plans for the work of improvement of
this scenic river. Times-Union.
Law Held at Leant One nig Criminal
to the Last
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 26. Col. Columbus
C. Wilson, former president of the
United Wireless Company, died late
last night at the United States prison
here. Wilson was serving a sentence
of three years for using the mails in
an attempt to defraud.
CALOMEL GIVES OXLY
So Powerful It Shock Liver and Leaven
It Weaker than Refore Doilnon'M
Liver Tone a Perfeet Siibntltnte
Nearly everybody who has ever tried
calomel for constipation or a sluggish
liver has found that it gives only a
temporary relief. For calomel is such
a powerful drug that it shocks and
weakens the liver and makes it less
able afterward to do its duty than in
the first place.
This is one of the reasons why the
Court Pharmacy would rather sell
Dodsons Liver Tone to you than calo
mel. We know that Dodsons Liver
Tone is a pure vegetable liver tonic
that will cure constipation quickly and
gently without any danger of bad after
effects. We guarantee it to do this
with a guarantee that is simple and
fair. If you buy a bottle of Dodsons
Liver Tone for yourself or your child
ren, and do not find that It is a per perfect
fect perfect substitute for calomel, then come
back to the store and get your money.
If you dont get value for your money
out of this tonic, its your right to ex
pect your money back, and we will
gladly give It to you.
Do Well the Thing at Hand.
Don't waste life In doubts and
fears; spend yourself on the work be
fore you. well assured that the rlgnt
performance of the hour's duties will
be the best preparation for the hours
of ages that follow. Emerson
CURED OF DIABETES
Springfield, Mo.. October. 1909. Hall's
Texaa Wonder, of No. 2926 Olive street.
St. Louis, cured me of a severe case of
diabetes 'and I recommend It to any one
suffering from kidney trouble. Mrs.
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8mall 81ns Only the Beginning.
It Is astonishing how goon the whole
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dulged fn makes a hole ynu could put
your head through. Charles Buxton.
IXDIAN KILLED ON TRACK
Near Rochelle, I1L, an Indian went
to sleep on a railroad track and was
killed by the fast express. He paid
for his carelessness with his life.
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Some people are always giving good
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"1 wish I did not have so powerful
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Mr. W. s. Gunsalus, a rarmer living
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rhoea Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for four fourteen
teen fourteen years, and that he has found it to
be an excellent remedy, and takes
pleasure in recommending it. For
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Enameled ware sale at Fishel's.
Dinpalr Over Illlln aad LaFoIlette'a
Flllbunter Tie Houne and Senate
Washington, Aug. 27. Although
Congress was scheduled to adjourn
Saturday night, and all of the con congressmen
gressmen congressmen expected to either be at
home or well on their journey from
Washington by this time, the House
and Senate both met again this morn morning.
ing. morning. All this because the Senate has so
far failed to take out of the general
deficiency bill several items which the
democratic House will not agree to.
and the fact that Senator LaFollette
on Saturday afternoon started a fili filibuster
buster filibuster whk-h he says will last until
the Senate votes upon adoption of the
Penrose resolution for an investiga investigation
tion investigation of the campaign contributions
made, it is alleged, by the Standard
oil Company to the republican national
campaign fund in 1H04 and of the cor correspondence
respondence correspondence between John D. Archbold,
George W. Perkins and others relative
to the $25,000 contributed in l'J04.
When the Senate met this morning
at 10 o'clock new matter was injected,
being a demand for an investigation
of the elections of Senators William
Chilton and Clarence Watson of West
Virginia. The petition was signed by
Governor Glassock and other citizens
of West Virginia, through Senator
Gallagher. The petition called atten attention
tion attention to charges of bribery made public
in reference to the elections of the
House Marking Time
Over in the House things were quiet
enough today. The first hour was
spent doing practically nothing. Ma Majority
jority Majority Leader Underwood declared that
he and Speaker Clark would keep the
House in session all summer if neces necessary,
sary, necessary, unless the Senate got through
with its filibuster.
flOO REWARD, f 10O
The readers of this paper will be
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one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all Its stages, and
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Chivalry ha3 never been shown to
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of the upper classes, particularly the
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Relief In n Few Seconds
Yes, an itching, burning, irritated
skin relieved the moment Zemo touches
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wash, composed of tymol, glycerine,
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lieves relieves and cures every form of skin
and scalp eruption, and if you are not
entirely satisfied with results from the
very first bottle, druggists will refund
your money. Endorsed and sold in
Ocala by the Tostoffice Drugstore.
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house, barn and granary, good chicken
houses and runs; two horses and
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Summerfield. Fla. P. O. Box 98.
MARTIAL Lfll'l III 11
Prinoner May be Shot Without Trial
Anywhere la the Territory of
Juarez. Aug. 27. The suspension of
constitutional guarantees throughout
Mexico went Into effect yesterday and
the entire republic is now under mar martial
tial martial law. Prisoners of war may be shot
See-aen of Horror
Waco, Texas. Aug. 27. "AH around
Torreon the telephone poles are dec decorated
orated decorated with dead men, murdered by
the soldiers, and at Rialta last week
23 bodies were hanging at one time."
Lee Austin, now in Waco, was told
this in a letter from a friend in Za Za-catecas,
catecas, Za-catecas, Mexico. The Zacatecas friend
sends photographs of the greusome
views to be seen. In these pictures
men are seen hanging from the poles.
He writes in part:
The country is in bad shape and
getting worse. The government sol soldiers
diers soldiers are murdering all the rebels
they can catch and the rebels are do doing
ing doing the same thing. The general opin opinion
ion opinion of about ninety per cent of the
people is against Madero, but they
swallow their dislike in order to save
something of the country and have
some sort of a government to protect
The Entire Story of AH the Arcbbold-
Oyster Bay, Aug. 27. What Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt knew and did In the matter of
Archbold's alleged $100,000 contribu contribution
tion contribution to the republican campaign of
1904 and what Roosevelt said to the
late E. H. Harriman and what Harrl-
man said to Roosevelt about Harri Harri-man's
man's Harri-man's $260,000 contribution, are mat matters
ters matters which William Loeb, Jr., Roose
velt's former secretary, is prepared to
testify to before the Senate investiga investigation
tion investigation committee.
TIIE OXLY WAY
Many Orala Clllzena Have Discovered
Just what to do when the kidneys
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John II. Brooks, N. Orange St.,
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OCALA EVENING &TAft, TUESDAY AUGUST 27, 1012
OCALA EVENING STAR
Ilitlinger & Carroll Proprietors,
ft. It. Carroll, liuslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Kntered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla.. as second class mail matter.
The health authorities have official
ly declared Cuba free from the bubonic
Will the editor of the St. Petersburg
Daily Times please look over his mail
ing galleys aad find out when and why
the Star was taken off his exchange
The state campaign in Maine, which
began Monday, has interest added to
It 1 xr t Via Anr.AiranAa r f 4 rr nrn ri t 1 T
shall of Indiana on the stump for the
KIssimmee has voted for bonds to
tne amount of $60,000 for municipal
Improvements. Ocala needs at least
$60,000. added to the $100,000 recent
ly voted, for sewerage.
Palatka haa had a whirl at the blue
laws. After a Sunday with the lid on.
the council Is preparing an ordinance
that will allow the people a reasona
ble amount of liberty. They would
take it anyhow.
One of the Seaboard men informs us
that the crew of their train from Or Orlando
lando Orlando to Wild wood remains idle at the
latter place all day, so It might as
well come on to Ocala and add to the
business and convenience of the peo
pie of this entire section.
It begins to look like the vindictive
district attorney at Los Angeles will
be unable to find a Judge to try Dar
row the second time. Twelve Califor California
nia California Judges have refused, but he might
Induce Detective Burns to ship one In
By the way, why did this item with
other Interesting dispatches from the
Associated Press wire, appear only in
the Jacksonville Metropolis and Lake
land Evening Telegram and not in the
up-to-date Ocala Star? Lakeland Eve
The Star was too busy reprinting one
of the Telegram's feminine editorials
Emil Seldel. vice presidential candl
date of the socialist party, and former
socialist mayor of Milwaukee, will
make an address In Jacksonville Frl
day. September 13, and another In
Tampa next day. The socialists of
Ocala had hoped to have Mr. 3elle
pay them a visit, but his time In the
state will be limited to two days.
The Star would credit the following
If It knew Just who to credit It to
This Idea of animation In self-moving
bodies was Illustrated In the case o
an old man who recently tried to walk
across the street In Horton, Kan.,
keeping out of the way of a puffing
motor car. The old gentleman had
safely dodged the critter when he was
knocked over by a motorcycle, coming
In the auto's wake. As he rose, brush brushing
ing brushing the dust from his clothes, he said:
Who'd have thought that automobile
had a colt?'"
The forty-foot auxiliary yacht Nau Nautilus.
tilus. Nautilus. In which Senor Corsi and a young
friend left Jacksonville May 31, Is
missing. The Nautilus experienced
rough weather after leaving Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, but reached Norfolk safely. A
day or so later the little vessel stood
out to sea from Norfolk, bound for
New York, and hasn't been heard from
since. Senor Corsl Is a musician of
note. He Is a native of Italy, but for
the last few years has made his home
at West Palm Beach.
A few years ago It was the generally
accepted Idea that the northern busi business
ness business man, statesman or mechanic stood
for all that was progressive, while
their contemporaries In the South were
reactionary and out of date In the ex extreme.
treme. extreme. But of late the southern men
have come to the front, not so much
In the wild rush for money and- the
grind that wears out so quickly much
that Is best living for, but In the pro progressive
gressive progressive Ideas that if carried out will
secure solid prosperity and happiness
for the nation. This is the best pro pro-gresslveness
gresslveness pro-gresslveness and the kind the South
has a right to be proud of.
Speaking of the tendency of juries
to acquit themselves of crime, the
Chicago Tribune wants all female
criminals tried before Juries of their
own sex. In order to Introduce this
method of procedure, we would have to
remodel our constitutions, state and
national, and when this was done we
would probably find we had only ar arrived
rived arrived at the opposite extreme. A Jury
of women would be more likely to
hang another woman on suspicion than
to do her justice. Women are more
severe In their judgment of other wo women
men women than mea are severe to other men,
and they are even more prone to ex excuse
cuse excuse the wickedness of men than men
are to pardon .the errors of women.
It Is best for a man to be polite to
his friends and to Indulge In horseplay
only with those he is ready to fight.
Down In the nature of every civilized
man Is the primitive instinct to resent
everything that looks or feels like he
Is being bested by another man. How
thick the layer of civilization over
this original trait is, no man knows
for sure of himself, let alone of an another
other another man. It is always there, and
the heat of passion engendered by
conflict will always kindle a blaze
when It becomes hot enough, and with
some men It flares up like the ex explosion
plosion explosion of gunpowder. A case In point
Is the tussle that resulted Sunday in
Jacksonville of the death of Sheriff
Langford at the hands of his friend.
One of the best features of the
Times-Union Is Us "Short Talks." The
editor of that department keeps a close
watch on the press of the state and
whenever he sees an article or an Item
describing any Improvement, he makes
a kindly mention of the fact. This is
only of ethical encouragement to the
newspaper men. but it is of material
Advantage to their communities. The
late Louis J. Brumby, who was a skill skilled
ed skilled Journalist and an acute observer,
said that he had found the "Short
Talks" a great help to him In his work
of running a trade journal. "When "Whenever
ever "Whenever I wrote of any large enterprise."
he said. I always received a note in
the 'Short Talks.' and each note al always
ways always brought one or more inquiries
from some interested parties, whose
attention had been called to the enter enterprise
prise enterprise by seeing it mentioned In the
Enraged by the slaughter of their
co-rellglonlsts in Macedonia and Al Albania,
bania, Albania, the Servian Christians clamor
for war with Turkey. There Is a bunch
of little nations in the Balkan penin-
ula which are panting to be let loose
at Turkey at this time when the Turks
already have their hands full with the
tallan. Roumanla Is the lar??et and
Montenegro the smallest, with Bul
garia and Servia holding second and
third place. No doubt that Greece also
would join in. Turkey could whip
the whole crowd If they had no back-
ng, but with the assistant- of Italy
they could drive the Turks into Asia.
Then they would probably go to fight-
ng each other. There will be no ces
sation to throat-cuttins and thieving
in that part of the world until ?orr,
powerful nation takes control.
Rev. Harmon Martin, who died at
hi3 home at Fort McCoy. Sunday, was
one of Marion county'3 oldest and best
Ife was born In Georgia seventy
year.3 ago, and came to Florida a ten-
year-old boy, with hi. parents, who
ooth lived many years In this county,
died and were buried here. Harmon
Martin began his education in the
schools of Marion couniy. When a
youth he went to Texas and became a
student of P.alley University. Daring
his studies at that institution, he was
an inmate or the same nouse wun
Gen. Sam Houston, the Texas Washing
ton, and was favored with the friend
ship of that great man. hen within
a year of graduation, young Martin
left his studies to enlist in the Con
federate army, and served faithfully
and bravely thru the entire four years
of the great war.
After the war was over Mr. Martin
returned to Florida, and shortly after
married Miss Carleton of Island Grove.
To this union were born ten children.
eight of whom are yet living. They
are Mr. George Martin of Texas, who
was here on a visit to his father only
two weeks ago Messrs. Sam H.,
Emanuel and Elam Martin and Mrs.
George Close of Ocala, Mrs. J. II. Mar Martin
tin Martin of Island Grove. Mrs. Curington of
Wildwood. and Miss Stella Martin of
Fort McCoy. Mrs. Martin also sur survives
vives survives her husband.
Mr. Martin taught In the schools of
Marion and Alachua county for years,
and for four years, prior to the in incumbency
cumbency incumbency of Mr. Marion L. Payne, he
was superintendent of schools for Ma Marion.
rion. Marion. During his work as a teacher he
was ordained to the ministry, and on
retiring from office devoted himself
exclusively to preaching. Most of his
labors were performed as a missionary
for the Marion Baptist Association,
hut he was also a pastor of several
churches. He was much loved and re respected
spected respected and a power for good in his
His funeral at Fort McCoy was the
most largely attended that has been
held there In some time. All the
neighborhood gathered at the last ser services,
vices, services, and many rime from a distance
to pay the last trilmte to their loved
and honored friend.
MRS. w. n AIXISOX
Mr. C. V. Roberts of Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, was called this morning to Fort
McCoy, where he prepared for burial
the body of Mrs. W. B. Allison, who
died last night.
Mrs. Allison, with her husband and
children, came to Fort McCoy from
Pennsylvania about eighteen months
ago. She was G3 years old, and leaves
besides her husband two sons. Messrs.
E. R. and A. D. Allison, and two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. Justine Darrow and Mrs.
Maggie Brindle. The funeral will take
place at Fort McCoy tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. W. M. Stafford, manager of the Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon Advocate, censures a Dixie cor correspondent
respondent correspondent for calling attention to al alleged
leged alleged vices in Dunnellon. Mr. Stafford
denounces the writer bitterly and
should remember that abuse of a wit witness
ness witness without disproving his charges is
an acknowledgement of guilt. Mr.
Stafford fails to deny that there Is
open gambling in Dunnellon. The Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate is a good newspaper and Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon is full of good people. I hope
Dr. Davis Is wrong in his charges, but
he has made them and the denial Is
missing. He is met with only abuse.
If Dunnellon has open gambling the
authorities can stop It and should
stop it. Dixie.
Nevertheless, Dr. Davis was unjust
to Dunnellon, and Dixie would have
been more just to its friends there to
have taken his charges with a grain
of salt. The work in the phosphate
mines around Dunnellon lias atracted
to that town a number of people who
have demanded the amusements sup supposed
posed supposed to be popular In a frontier
camp, but the place has never been the
sink of iniquity that Dr. Davis de described
scribed described it to be; and his attack upon
It did him no honor. Dixie may take it
from the Star, which has been Dun Dun-nellon's
nellon's Dun-nellon's next door neighbor for over
eighteen years, that the vast majority
of the people of Dunnellon are pro progressive
gressive progressive and law-abiding; and doing
their best to hold evildoers down.
The Appeal to Reason announces
that it will try to obtain justice for
John Wittman, a crippled miner of
Kansas. Wittman, according to the
Appeal, is a foreigner, who came to
this country some years ago, and was
crippled for life in a coal mine, owing
to his employers failing to provide
safety appliances according to law. He
was also induced, according to the Ap Appeal,
peal, Appeal, to refrain from trying to obtain
redress in the courts until his employ employers
ers employers were protected by the statute of
limitations, they having promised to
remunerate him for his injuries, but
when his time for entering suit had
expired, they broke their word and
left him to shift for himself. If the
Appeal has stated the facts, it de deserves
serves deserves success in its suit. It is well
understood by working men that if
they meet injury while working for a
corporation, it will fight their claims
to the last; and this is one of the
things that makes labor so bitter
SCHOOL HOOKS AT MARTIN'S
The Ocala News Co.. G. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.
SEEDS, NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.
XOTICE, MEMIIF.RS OF
TIIK HOARD OF THAW:
Get your certificates framed at the
Ocala News Co.
Kitchen utensils at Fishel's.
XOTICR TO CIlKIlITOItS
Notice is hereby triven to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and "ill
other persons having claims and de- f
"lands against the estate of Cora I
Smith, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 27th. i:n:i-L Smith.
As Kxecutrix Last AVill and Ttament
or Cora L. Smith. Deceased.
ill if fill
Having Entered Into an Agreement
With nx Holder to t.lvr Tbera
Their Mall Seven Day In the Week,
the (iovrrnmrnl nvr Withhold It on
Postmaster Frank J. Huber desires
to call the attention of the public to
the following letter received from the
postofflce department, in order that
there will be no misunderstanding in
regard to the Sunday mail service at
"Washington. D. C. Aug. 21. 1M2."
"Postmaster, Ocala Fla., Sir: The
postofflce appropriation art for the
fiscal year ending June ."0. 1913. pro provides:
vides: provides: That hereafter postoffices of the
first and second classes shall not be
open on Sundays for the purpose of
delivering mail to the general public,
but this provision shall not prevent the
prompt delivery of special delivery
"Under this law you will close the
general delivery, carier.s' windows and
lock boxes and discontinue all deliver deliveries
ies deliveries by carriers on Sunday. You will
note, however, that special delivery
mail is to be excepted and you will
therefore arrange to have on duty a
sufficient force to handle this mail
"The department desires to reduce
Sunday work to the minimum so that
as many of the employees as possible
may enjoy a complete day of rest on
Sunday. You should, therefore, require
only a sufficient number of clerks to
report for duty on that day in order
that transit nnil and the mail collect collected
ed collected for dispatch may be handled with without
out without delay. If no mail is dispatched on
Sunday a very early collection should
be made on Monday morning and the
mail for local delivery distributed be before
fore before the carriers leave for their first
"C. P. Grandfiell,"
"First Assistant Postmaster General."
In compliance with this law all mail
received up till midnight Saturday will
be distributed and boxed; special deliv delivery
ery delivery mail, only, will be delivered on
Sundays. Monday mornings all mail
will be boxed by the usual time. All
mails will be dispatched on Sundays as
SIC KNESS OF A
WORTHY COLORED CITIZEN
Solomon D. Stewart, one of the best
known and most generally liked col colored
ored colored citizens of the city, is lying at the
point of death at his home in this city.
Stewart is secretary of the Metropol Metropolitan
itan Metropolitan Realty & Investment Company,
assistant secretary of the Grand Lodge
of Colored Odd Fellows and has been
for many years a Baptist minister and
teacher in the public schools of the
county. He came to Ocala when a boy,
and has been associated most of the
time with Frank Gadson and his store.
Stewart came from Tallahassee, where
many years ago his father was post postmaster.
master. postmaster. There is no more honorable
nor generally respected colored citizen
in this county than he, and his many
friends, both white and colored, hope
that his lire will be spared.
KNIGHTS OF PTTIIIAS
Ocala L,odge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:20 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. F- S.
I Am OHcrtafl' 10,
rnTUCICTIWr fiV Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Silver Silver-lUlMOliMlniU
lUlMOliMlniU Silver-lUlMOliMlniU lir ware. Suitcases, Trunks, Musical In Instruments,
struments, Instruments, Shot Guns. Revolvers. Fishing Tackles, Baseball
Goods, Men's Hats, Shoes, Tailor-Made Clothing, and Hundreds
of Other Valuable Articles, Upon which I Guarantee to Save every
Purchaser from 15 to 35 per cent, on the amount the same goods
can be bought for elsewhere.
My reason for offering SPECIAL PRICES on these goods at
this time is that I am OVER STOCKED and mnst reduce my
Stock. I will make liberal allowances on used Revolvers,
Gnns, Trunks, Jewelry, Etc., In Exchange for Purchases Made.
BARGAINS IN ALL LINES
Why Pay More?
West Side of Courthouse
I Make the Most Liberal Loans on
All Articles of Value.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Up-stairs rooms for
gentlemens only one door east of post post-office.
office. post-office. 28 X. 1st street.
FOR RENT Three connecting un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ground floor rooms; no chil children.
dren. children. Rooms, thi3 office.
FOR SALE Two-cylinder Indian
motorcycle, 1911 model, in good condi condition.
tion. condition. Price, $150, cash. See Otto
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my 4-year-old
mare or will let for feed.
Perfectly gentle, works anywhere. J.
M. Gates, Jr., Anthony, Fla.
FOR SALE Furniture: Wardrobe,
range, dressers, beds, child's bed,
chairs, table, kitchen safe, kitchen
cabinet, chiffonier, rockers, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, washstand, center table, car carpets.
pets. carpets. 1. O. Box 21. Ocala, Fla.
FOR RENT 131 South Watula
street, 2-story, seven rooms, large lot.
$lo. II. C. Packham.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yon ge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit
ors in the city Invited to be with us
A. M. Lansford. N. G.
W. L Colbert, Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge. No. 699, Loyal Or
der of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L.. Stapp, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO 2SC, D. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Josejh Bell, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meet3 on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jnke Brown, Secretary.
CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m
C. E. Connor, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp, No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg
ular meeting Friday evening, Sept. IS,
at Yonge's Hall. Every member Is
urged to be present and visitors al
ways welcome. B. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
LOTS FOR SALE
Nice corner lots, South Ninth and
Sanchez streets, Magnolia Place, for
sale cheap. Dots of building In this
part of town. John M. Graham.
Crockery sale at Flshel's.
SENT BY WHOSE HAND?
WINGED MESSENGER 8AVEO
LIVES OF SAILORS.
Bird Practically Forced Captain to Al Alter
ter Alter Course of His Vessel and Thus
Effect the Rescue of Drown Drown-Ing
Ing Drown-Ing Men.
The following story was published
by a sea captain In "Aftonbladet" of
Stockholm recently. There are many
people still living in Arendal who re remember
member remember the occurrence which is here
One dark night several years ago a
sailing vessel from Arendal, Norway,
was crossing the north Atlantic, on
its way from America to England.
There was a strong east wind, against
which the ship was tacking. As it
drew toward eight bells In the even evening,
ing, evening, the captain was walking back and
forth on the bridge, trying to make up
his mind whether to put about or to
continue on the same course for an another
other another watch or two.
As he walked he suddenly received
a blow on his chest, which, he discov discovered,
ered, discovered, had been dealt by a sea bird.
Then his winged assailant quickly dis disappeared
appeared disappeared to leeward.
A few moments later the captain
was Just giving the command to turn
the vessel when he again received a
blow in the chest from the same mes messenger.
senger. messenger. Then the bird disappeared as
before in a southwesterly direction.
After this had been repeated several
more times, the bird, after each blow,
flying off toward the southwest, the
captain, who thought there must be
something supernatural in the matter,
decided to follow the bird. Instead of
turning back, he caused the boat's
course to be sent toward the south southwest.
west. southwest. This was no sooner done than
the bird settled down on the ship's
railing beside the captain.
The boat now sailed at a great pace
before the strong wind. But although
a sharp watch was kept aft as well a.4
forward, half the night passed and;
nothing unusual was discovered.
The crew began to joke about the
"old man's" maneuver, and the cap captain
tain captain himself doubted the wisdom of
continuing to sail out of hie course,
losing distance which a great deal of
tacking would be required to regain.
At 2 o'clock In the morning "he was
on the point of giving the order to
turn again, when the lookout on the
foreyard sung out that he saw a glow
as of a fire ahead.
All the waning Interest woke again!
Soon the vessel found itself ap approaching
proaching approaching a burning ship, and it lay
to as close as was practicable. :
A boat was lowered and found man
men floating about on hencoops, pieces
of wreckage and other floating articles
from, the burning ship. They were
weak and exhausted, having chosen a
slow death in the ocean to being
burned alive or suffocated by the
When the sufferers had been cared
for to the best of the rescuing vessel's
ability and the vessel's bow had been
turned again toward England the sail sailors
ors sailors found that the bird was still on
board. Nor did It leave the boat
again. But one day, after the vessel
had reached the English channel, one
of those who had been saved from the
burning ship kicked the bird to death
In revenge for a bite from its bill
"Critics had praised me, academies
had granted me exhibition apace,"
said the artist, "still I was modest
enough to think I wasn't any great
shakes as a painter. The thing that
finally convinced me that maybe I
was no dub after all was the remark
of a woman who knew a good deal
more about bargain counters than
she knew about art. She studied a
picture that had made critics over overwork
work overwork their vocabulary in praising it
and her only comment was: 'My, I'll
bet the Henrietta cloth in that
woman's tea gown cost every cent of
$2.60 a yard,'
"Just as a matter of curiosity I
looked up my model and found that
the dress she wore bad cost Just that
a yard. Then I knew that I had
been gifted with the divine Are. To
depict values so faithfully that ex experienced
perienced experienced shoppers can tell the most
of the cloth you paint seems to be
hitting old art up at a pretty lively
Rue Oullbeur Raett.
The municipal councillors of L
Mans recently decided to name one
of the streets In that town after Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Wright This decision appears
to have been very popular, but many
of the Inhabitants, according to a
French contemporary, are experienc experiencing
ing experiencing great dlficulties in regard to the
correct pronunciation but the name
is now being horribly mangled, espe especially
cially especially by the younger generation, and
"Vilbure Vrlght" appears to be about
the nearest popular approach to the
real thing. Our contemporary, by the
way, informs its readers that "Oull "Oullbeur
beur "Oullbeur Raett" is the correct rendering.
We are not sure whether "Raett" Is
right London Globe.
JERSEY BULL FOR SALE
A fine, full-blood, three-year Jersey
bull for sale. Can be seen at my
place, two miles south of town. R. O.
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy." writes M. E.
Gebhardt. Oriole. Pa. There Is nothing
better. For sale by all dealers.
AMATEUR NIGHT WEDNESDAY
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are fast a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried In oar Great Ftfrnlttfre, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things yotf want
For the Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Of flee Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc .
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Uouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets. Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc
1. Handsome Mahogan, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or .Rockers, Tables, Sofas Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
; Bedroom Furniture
. Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseje
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Cliiffonlers ad
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
n Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and,
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept.
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness Sad ?
Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc, In the Coutnry.
.sidles. Lap Robes, Whips and Everytliing for the Horse or Vehicle. j
" McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia,St. OCALA, FLA.
62 Ft King Ave., Ocala, Fla. Telephone 338
FaU session of four scholastic mo
as heretofore $8.00 per month, or S33
two per cent a month, on the three
repeated checks and receipts.
Courses embraced in regular curriculum include a thorough preparatory
course, and the four college classes.
our personal explanatory teaching and
tion to his work can accomplish a grade In four months, thoroughly and un
derstanding! We grant diplomas: D.
M. A. Our diplomas are as well recognized and accepted throughout the
South as those of any other college.
Our annex is a thorough business
ble entry, shorthand and practice in
and easily comprehended. Rates as
These advantages are at your own door. We do not canvass for scholars,
but we would be pleased to have as many desks taken as possible by our for
Address for Particulars, GEO. C. or Mrs. G. C. L00NEY
FISK AND FIRESTONE TIRES
QUALITY AND SERVICE
EAYCKAFT & BAVIIES
Bring Yonr Tires and
ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
KNIGHT t LAMG
North ol Government Building
nths opens Sept. 2nd. Advance rates
per session, which is a deductions of
remaining months to save the trouble of
EXiGL l .'
We do not say college years; for with
assistance a good student with devo
S., A. B., A. M. and for young ladles.
course. Bookkeeping, single and dou
typewriting; all the very best systems
Tabes to be Vulcanized
TIIK FA It SIGHTED AUTOIST
doesnt wait until he actually needs
supplies before getting them. He
provides himself abead so as to be
ready for emergencies. He doesn't
buy any old kind of supplies either.
He buys the kind we sell and the
more he knows about supplies the
surer he is to obtain his here.
OCALA EVEXI7TG STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1912
Extracts From a Mary
"I MUST SAVE
Here it ia on the 14th of the month and my earnings
are ahout all gone. Of course I was compelled to make
some necessary purchases and the doctor bill of six dollars,
I had not counted on. If I could only make up my mind
to save a little each month! But I would have to forego
some of my pleasures, I fear. As it is, I am only working
for my board and clothes, and I DO work hard. If I
could only save."
TOE WAY TO SAVE-HAVE AN ACCOUNT AT
AS with an expensive, high power
racing automobile, so with groceries. The human ma machine
chine machine needs the best fuel to get the greatest efficiency
from it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself--for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food.
That is YOUR fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
for you. because they are made from Whole Wheal Flour.
Educator Wafers. Educator Toasterelt (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator luncheon Biscuit, Tducator Sweet
Graham. Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
IL Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
Made in One, Two and Three
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ROASTS. BAKES. STEAMS, STEWS, FRIES, BOILS.
Separate I.il for Each Compartment Water Sealed Top Solid
Aluminum -Lining enr:ttod "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Cooking
Utei.sil. Terfect Insulation Beautifully Finished
Vulcanised Hardwood Case
Whenever we advertise an article you know that that In itself is an as assurance
surance assurance of merit of true worth. You have come to have confidence In our
When we say, then, that In our judgment the "Ideal" Fireless Cook Stove
Is by all odds the best fireless cooker made, it will Immediately revive in
your mind the idea you have had of buying a fireless cooker.
Futting off the purchase of an "Ideal" means more to you than depriving
yourself of a luxury or an extravagance. The purchase of an "Ideal" Is un unquestionably
questionably unquestionably true economy in its broadest sense.
The -avlng of 80 per cent of your fuel bill; the saving of time, strength
and labor; the matter of cooking your food in a more nutritious and healthy
way; the conservation of your energy, health and looks, are all problems
which the "Ideal" solve effectually.
Drop in and let us show you that the foregoing Is all solid fact.
IVIarlon I-IapdLwane Co,
Compartments Ten Sizes
Kitchen utensils at Fishtl's.
Dairy supplies at Fishel's.
Enameled ware sale at Fishel's.
Crockery sale at Fishel's.
Glass ware sale at Fishel's.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Mr. George Davis is out after a se severe
vere severe illness.
Mr. and Mrs. G.
T. Leak went to
Dr. A. L. Hlaloclt, phyalclaa, of flee
phone No. 132.
Mr. Thos J. Perry of Citra wa3 at the
Ocala House last night.
Mr. A. D. Williamson of Bradentown
was at the Ocala House last night.
Ladies hats at less than wholesale
prices at 52 North Magnolia street this
Mr. T. C. Luckie returned yesterday
from a visit to Mrs. Luckie at St. Pe Petersburg.
While shopping, stop and cool on at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company.
Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerig's Postoffice Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
Mr. Arthur Masters of Lakeland was
in town last
night, a guest of the
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores.
W. T. Sheppard and C. A. Pound of
Gainesville were at the Ocala House
Millinery stock at 52 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street must be sold this week at
Mrs. Sanford Jewett came up from
the lake today for a visit to Mrs. C. 11.
Violet Dulce Talcum, as soothing
and comforting as an ocean breeze, at
Gerigs Postoffice Drugstores.
Mr. K. M. Howard went to Auburn Auburn-dale
dale Auburn-dale this morning, to take a look at
his fine grove.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mrs. J. E. Chace and children will
return Saturday from Eastlake. where
they have spent the summer months.!
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.
If you want to find your friend while
down town, go to the Court Fharmacy
they all meet there.
Don't suffer with heat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en en-Joying
Joying en-Joying a dish of that good ice cream.
For quick service In anything you
want In the drug or toilet line, call
284. the Court Fharmacy.
If you want to see a busy prescrip prescription
tion prescription counter, look In at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Martin returned
Sunday from Atlanta, and are now at
home to their friends at the Arms
When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Glrard, No. 11
East Duval street. Just oft Main. Best
75c. room in the city.
Mr. L. S. Cleveland is acting: as of
ficial stenographer for the board of
arbitration in the Ocala waterworks
Mr. X. J. Wicker of Coleman was in
town today on business for himself
and the firm of Wicker Brothers of
Montezuma, Ga., and Coleman.
Mr. II. D. Bassett of Lakeland, one
of that thrifty city's most progressive
citizens, was in town today and yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. Baxter Cam, accompanied by his
brother, Mr. V. O. Cam. from Winter
Haven. went to Jacksonville this
morning for a few days visit.
Mr. J. W. Aiken has rented for a
month one of Dr. Henry's cottages at
Lake Weir, and his two children and
Mrs. Edwards, who Is looking after
them, went down there for a vacation
The Ocala National Bank is consid considering
ering considering sending a representative to the
meeting of the American Bankers As Association
sociation Association in Detroit next month, but
our other banks will not be represent represented.
ed. represented. Mr. C. T. Anderson of Belleview was
in town today, on his way home from
a visit to Fort McCoy. He brought
news of the death of Mrs. Allison at
Fort McCoy last night.
Ellen Morgan Myers, a colored wom
an, died last night at her home on
Tucker Hill. The body will be buried
this afternoon at 3:30. Keller & Co.
are in charge.
Rev. Campbell Gray and family left
today for Orlando, where they will
spend the month of September, and
from there they will so to Key West.
their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Gray
will leave a city as well as a church
full of friends to regret their depar
ture and hoping they may make their
home here again in the future.
W. J. Sheridan of Ocala, who has
just completed laying two miles of
granolithic sidewalks at Alachua, was
here Sunday, but left on the morning
Seaboard for Daytona Beach, where he
will spend a day or two with his wife
and daughter. Mr. Sheridan resided
here several years ago and has about
decided to "pitch his tent" here again.
Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the
best of drugs, and delivered to you
promptly? Then try the Court Tharm Tharm-acy.
acy. Tharm-acy. .Send or phone 284.
DIXXELLOX AXD GAINESVILLE
VS. OC ALA ON THE DIAMOND
Tomorrow afternoon, the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball team will s:o to Dunnellon to play
against the nine of that place, the
members of which have been working
hard to get in shape to retrieve last
week's defeat. The Ocala boys will go
to Dunnellon on the 2:20 short, and
return on Sunnyjim. Fleckenstein and
Brown will be the battery for Ocala.
The Gainesville team will be here
Thursday afternoon to play the locals,
and the Star hopes the whole town
will turn out to see our boys play, for
it is an encouragement they are en entitled
titled entitled to. The Gainesville boys are In
fine form; they beat the Tallahassee
team three straight games last week,
and yesterday they defeated the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Eagles by 6 to 1.
ARBITERS BUSILY EMPLOYED
The city council met yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in special session. The articles
of contract and agreement, in the mat matter
ter matter of arbitration between the Ocala
Water Company and the city of Ocala.
were read, agreed upon and executed
in due form in triplicate, by Messrs. R.
L Anderson. Judge Felton and T. H.
Powell for the water company and
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk for the
city of Ocala. Judge Bell then ad administered
ministered administered the oath to the arbitrators,
and the council adjourned.
The arbitrators immediately organiz organized
ed organized and went to work with their task.
This morning their session was open open-and
and open-and the public invited to be present.
Mayor Robertson, different members
of the council, the gentlemen from
Macon, and a good many Interested
citizens were present throughout the
day, coming and going as they felt in interested.
terested. interested. There is much for the com
mittee to do and many people to be
heard as witnesses, much documentary
evidence to be considered, reports and
schedules to be scanned, and the phys-
ical plant to be examined. All of It
will be gone into thoroughly as the
FRANK'S GREAT SALE
Marcus Frank's great sale continues
to be the sensation of the week. Mon Monday
day Monday was just as good a day as Satur
day anu the bi:r force of clerks could i
not wait on all of the eager shoppers!' J- MeDnald. Pete Rodgers. Henry
who came to reap the benefits of the i Polhtzs an1 Drs- w,Uer and Gore- Be
many rare bargains. All this weekjtween three antl four hundred dollars
the business will continue, growing 1 were cleared and on account of the
better each day. the proprietor pre-??rand the boys will go to De-
dicts. until Saturday the crowning day Lan'1 Friday evening to present it
of the sale Is expected. If you want!lhere in the era house,
merchandise, real bargains in new and) Afler tn minstrel Wednesday eve eve-stvlish
stvlish eve-stvlish as well as seasonahle crnnrt. nln the Kissimmee cottage was the
attend this sale and supply your
wants. You will never have a better
chance to spend a dollar where it will
bring you better returns.
THE CITY LAUNDRY
Messrs. Elmer DeCamp and his son,
Mr. A. W. DeCamp are preparing to
open their laundry, which will proba probably
bly probably be called "The City Laundry."
These gentlemen own a fine 2',-acre
lot on the paved street between Judge
Lester Warner's residence and the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Railroad. They will commence
the erection this week on this site their
new building, which w'll be 50x30 feet.
The maehinerv for the laundrv.
which is to be the most modern to be'I;:u?:ene Rev,er- Messrs
had, has been purchased, part of it In
New York and part In Jacksonville,
Mr. DeCamp. Jr.. having just returned
from the last mentioned place, where
he bought part of the machinery. This
machinery will begin to arrive in a
short time and will be here by the
time the building is ready.
The Messrs. DeCamp hope to be ready
for business by the first of October and
will certainly not be much later than
! t Vi o f In nrvanino- f r Kiicinocc Thiv
will put on an automobile delivery,
which will not only make the city
collections and deliveries but will call
for and deliver packages at all of the
nearby points in the county. Among
other features that the company will
make a specialty of will be the hand
Ironing of shirts. Mr. DeCamp, Jr.,
has had six years' experience In the
laundry business in charge of various
laundries In the north, and his father
nas also had several years experience,
and both are familiar with the business
they are going into. They come of a
family of laundry people, there being
four other members of their families
in charge of laundries in the north.
Mr. Bacon, who Intended to start a
laundry here, but dropped the idea
when he learned that the DeCamp's
were also going into it, has gone to
Daytona, where he has a position as
manager of a laundry.
If Ed Carmichael lost "Lady Lou"
would C. Wesley Hunt-her?
"The Seventh Son," a stirring war
story, showing Abraham Lincoln and
exciting battle scenes was the fea feature
ture feature picture here last night and when
it was finished there were few dry
eyes in the audience. It will be shown
tonight again. A grand story of a
mother's love, something beyond com compare;
pare; compare; a picture with a fine moral. 'The
Treasure Cave" Is another fine picture,
full of thrills.
Maurice Costello, the clever dramatic
actor, will be featured in the Vita Vita-graph
graph Vita-graph picture. 'The Nemesis." a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful story. "The Female of the Spe Species"
cies" Species" is a Biograph western, and its a
dandy, full of thrills, and a fine west western
ern western story. "How Moving Pictures Are
Made and Shown" l- -an Edison In Instructive
structive Instructive picture. We are all crazy
about moving pictures and here's a
good chance to see just how they are
Mrs. Lula Bradford returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday nieiht from her pleasant sum summer
mer summer vacation. She left Tampa on May
29, and visited Mrs. Clarence Camp
at Ocala for several days before going
to Jacksonville, where she was the
guest of Mrs. B. W. Blount. At Ocala
Mrs. Bradford was joined by Miss
Stella Camp, who made the entire trip
with her. After leaving Jacksonville
they went to Monteasrle, Tenn.. for a
month. They greatly enjoyed the
chautauqua at that point and visited
all the interesting points surrounding
that place. Mrs. Bradford spent a few
days in Nashville. Tenn.. as the guest
of Mrs. John McCreery and then she
and Miss Camn went to Indian Springs
for three weeks. They enjoyed that
resort very much and made many
friends while there. Miss Caroline
Harris, another attractive young girl
of Ocala. was Miss Camp's guest for a
week during that time. Miss Camp
Is a charming hostess and irave many
functions in her honor. Miss Harris
u srndincr the summer with her
mother at Forsythe. Ga. Mrs. Bradford
stopped a few days in Ocala before re
turning to Tampa s-aiuraaj nib-;'-Tampa
OPEN DAT AND NIGD7T
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
Dairy supplies at Fishel's.
BREKZES FROM THE BEACH
Item of latere! Concerning the Ocala
Colony by the Oeeaa
Seabreeze. Aug. 27. Miss Fanny
Robinson, who has been the attractive
guest of Miss Eugenia Fuller, left ta ta-day
day ta-day for Savannah, Ga.. to visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Miss Edna Borland has come from
Fort Myers to visit her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Borland. Be Before
fore Before returning home Miss Borland will
visit in Ocala.
Mrs. Bate Perdue has arrived at the
Seaside Inn for a stay of several
weeks. Mrs. Murray and daughter,
Elizabeth, have also been guests at
this popular place.
Misses Irene and Laura McClendon
of Alabama have completed their visit
to their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
John Martin, and are the guests now
of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams in De De-Land.
Land. De-Land. Mrs. Louis Lang and pretty daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Murray Louise, have returned to
tneir nome In Lake Helen after a stay
of two months on the beach.
Tuesday Mr. G. A. Tacetti of Ponce
Park entertained seventeen of his
friends at an all day picnic. The han-
py crowd left at 9 o'clock aboard the
launch "Weona" and went to Knox and
Beed's beautiful orange grove, eight eighteen
een eighteen miles up the Halifax river. An ele?
gant dinner was served soon after
landing and then the guests roamed
over the hundred and ten acre grove,
enjoying the beauties of one of the
show places in the state. It was an
ideal day for the guests, who were:
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Rogers, Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Eugene
Revier. Mrs. James Revier of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Henry, Misses
Eugenia Fuller, Fanny Robinson. Ethel
and Louise Borland. Annie Atkinson,
Messrs. Pete Rogers, Kenneth Mills,
Dr. Clark and Dr. Gore. The "Weona"
is the handsome boat of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Henry, who are down from St.
Augustine to enjoy the fishing at
The hit of the season was the min minstrel
strel minstrel given Wednesday by the Daytona
boys for the benefit of the charity
fund of the local lodge of Elks. Among
those who made it a success and are
well known by many Ocalans were:
Messrs. Otis Pellier. Harry Erickson,
scene of a merry chafing dish party.
Welch rarebit was made and served
with the various things that go with
it. Mrs. Sistrunk's guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Rogers, Mrs. Eugene
Revier, Mrs. James Revier, Drs. Clark
and Gore, Messrs. W. J. McDonald and
Messrs. Norton Davis and W. V.
Newsom were popular week end visit visitors
ors visitors at Daytona Beach.
Another very happy picnic was giv given
en given last week by Mr. Pete Rogers
aboard the launch "Sterling." Those
enjoying the day as Mr. Rogers guests
were: Misses Annie Atkinson, Virginia
Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers.
Mrs. Sistrunk, Mrs. James Revier, Mrs.
W. J. Mc
Donald, Kenneth Mills and Mr. Hooper.
dinner was spread at Tonee Tark and
afterwards a visit to the Mosquito
Inlet lisrhthou.e was made.
AIR DOMR THIS EVKMXR
-The Idol Worshipper." A Vitagraph.
featuring Maurice Costelle.
"A Railroad Engineer." Featuring a
thrilling race between death and a
giant locomotive, showing a thrilling
'Life With a Circus." A feature forAuRust 3l Coupon tickets sold all
every child, showing all kinds of ani animals.
mals. animals. Don't let a single one of the
children miss this, rain or shine. It is
What Are You Paying?
Hams (Diamond C...l7ic per lb
Blue Hen Matches per package. .15c
G Cakes Kxport Borax Soap. . .2.c
Baker's Chocolate per lb JWc
Van Camp's Bed Kidney Beans
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee per lb 30c
Larce Bucket Cottolene $1.30
Medium Bucket Cottolene oOc
Best Creamery Butter per lb... 35c
n 3 lb. lots from the tub (i. e.
3 Tackages Jello and Ice Cream
I uwucr ...... ........
3 Tackages Lipton's Jelly Tab-
3 Cans 5c Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser
cans an tamps jiuhuuj
13 lbs. Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
Old Country Blend Tea per lb. .30c.
5 Gallons Oil OJC
. ik ono
t-uil tream v, iit-t -c- yrtri iu
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per id oc
TToinz Vinegar ner call on 33c
Cl T i r-rn ftfr 111. .........15c
oaih -. v. f - -
24-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour $1.00
ilh Cart Henrr OaT MOur ouc
rnm of Wheat ter nackace. . 13c
Wostnn Pnotinr? Oil 30c
r,-r-irw-nnfl Tjrd llC
Fine Irlah Potatoes, per peck
Lord De La Ware oap per can...
Whole Grain Rice for flXW)
Occident Flour, 12 lb
lOc. Karo ymp.
LUGGING MONEY AROUND
in any considerable amount is both risky aud unbusi unbusinesslike.
nesslike. unbusinesslike. The greatest business men in the world carry
very little cash on their persons.
A Check On The Ocala National Ban
is as good as cash anywhere. People with an account
there can etart on their vacatoins or outings, can pay
their expenses wherever they go, stay as long as they
like aud never have a single worry about their money
being stolen or lost. Why don't you have an account?
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IH 7MM
H. aTCKEB, Cuhltr.
TSO. L. E1WARDI Pre. CLARENCE CAMP. Vie. FtM.
THE ROYAL PRESSING CLUB
Wilbur Counts, Manager
Successor to W. J. Gabel
CLEANING, PRESSING AND DYEING
High Grade Tailor Made Clothes
GUARANTEED TO FIT
Your Patroiiage Solicited
Phone 443 Ocala, Fla.
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
showers tonight or Wednes-
WEATH till ItHlUliT
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester
Clear, southwest wind.
Maximum temperature, 84 degree?.
GOLD WATCH FRBR
A gold watch will be given away at
the Temple Theater on Saturday night.
this week, all coupons good on Satur-
jday night. In a few days we will have
our new service In running order and
we guarantee It will be better than
any shown In any other house In the
city, and positively from thirty to
sixty days later in release date than
others. The price will still be 5 cents
to all. We are not going to try to
make you come to the Temple, but we
are going to mane the snow so mucn
better at 5 cents than any other at 10
cents, that you will not want to go to
any other place. Three reels, good mus
ic and illusrated song tonight. Don't
miss a good one. Don't forget amateur
night Wednesday. Lots of fun. Nothing
but clever jokes will be allowed on our
stage from now on. Be sure and see
MUCH NEW MU2L-IC
Mr. B. F. Condon has just received a
large quantity of the latest and best
musical pieces, which he will sell at
specially low prices. Give him a call.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. I depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte ana luncnes i
FIXE fil' WAS FOR SALE
At one dollar and twenty-five cents
a crate, deiivereu. .aaress, j. v.
Baujih, Winter Haven, Fla.
COOK WANTS POSITION
A good settled colored woman wants
place as a cook. Apply at Star office.
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis Is row open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 313. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
WP. -n medicines as meritorious
" Chamberlain s Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would
be much better off and the percentage
I of suffering greatly aecreasea, wrues
Lindsay Scott, of Temole. Ind. For
sale by all dealers.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
ATTENTION L. T. L.
The Loyal Temperance. Legion will
hold an Interesting meeting on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock at
the home of Mrs. George Martin. All
legioners come and each one bring a
nooT and HF.nn tea
Ton!, for Rbenmaf turn. Kidney
Illadder Trouble Price SOe.
Dr. Living ton's Dlnpepclne Powders,
for Indlgrefttlon and Stomaek Tron Tron-blc
blc Tron-blc Price SO Ceata
Dr. UTlaKtonM Golden Catarrh Balm,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price SO Cents
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR SO PAY
Tbcte Remedies Can Always be Foaad
at the Court Pharmar, Ocala, Fla.
Washington vmary s
Tb South'! moat beautiful fwniury. HOMNj
ia private park and baildincaoa liaou fWea fWea-trasttrmt.
trasttrmt. fWea-trasttrmt. Buardiof department limitaa; Mrta Mrta-bl
bl Mrta-bl (acnltr of aicbtaea paeialiala. Small rlmu;
aoal eoonas for graduatm with I'r mm
adaaaa la piano. Fipa Orcaa. Vkotta. Voiea.
Art. Expnaatoa. butimaie Kcmbm. Physical CalV
ara. Certificate admits to Claas a OoUafa. Tkirtr
fifth rear. Illustrates catal.
Llewelljr. D. A Zmma B. Scatt, Prladpala.
"Queen ol Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS SILVERS TRANSPOR TRANSPORTATION
TATION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia.
Hon ton and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
IL C. AVERY. Agent,
L D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Flnent Coatwle Trlpn la the World"
Accurate Huildingr runs. Blun Prints
tnl Specifications made. Lands Bar Bar-reyed
reyed Bar-reyed and Matted. Close Estimate
cade on Erection of Buildings of any
taaracter by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult mm at.
Northwest Corner Ocala Haaac IH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred creditor.,
itor., creditor., legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claim and de demands
mands demands asalnet the estate of R. J. Nel Nel-on.
on. Nel-on. deceased, to present said claims
dulv nroven to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the first
publication or this notice, to-wu: Au August
gust August 21st. 1912. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex-offlcio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson. Deceased.
OC ALA ETE5TXG STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1012
n wMy cooling y
IP pc F REFRESHING f
3 Q)A ZZLs HEALTHFUL M
"Phew, but its hot what will you drink?"
SrJn for mine every time." Drink it as often as you
wish, it can't harm you. Doctors say its good for y ou.
SrJnt is pure that's sure. Made from the pure juice
of Florida's choicest grape fruit no coloring matter no
chemicals. It's the purest and most satisfying summer
drink that ever wet a parched throat
MaMfcM4 EclMilr by THE GRA-FRU COMPANY Arrxfia. n, O. S. A
A. T. Thomas, Pkks. J. Thompson, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
$ stock or special designs.
y Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street raving 01 all de-
scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
X Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti-
$ mates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA
v "The Motorcycle with a Thousand Speeds!"
This 18 how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian's "flexibility" of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
This device enable the Indian rider to regulate his
wjoed from 4 to 60 miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By this action the
clutch can be "slipped" and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power is fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This feature and magneto supplied without extra
1 11 mat t
cnargo on au IV IX Model Indians.
Ask for a free demonstration.
O. IF. CONDON
Distributor lor Marion County 0CMA, FLORIDA
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per .lay and up.
Special W'eekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
1 4l- ibmms ii jr."
Effective June 9th
Ocala Northern Railroad
will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
S. P. HOLLINRAKE
Gen. Pass. Agent
r At.. I
Contractors in Cement
"Count the Indians
On the Roadl"
4 H.P. Single Cylinder $200
7 HJ Twin Cylinder - $250
Corner Bay and Hogan Sis.
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In l-'aoh Room. Free Raths.
rooi.r.sT nooMs, nr.sT iif.d
i.m;i: siili: hooms
Take Street Car at T'nion Station and
ttet on at Hogan Street.
Author "Tbe Pisneer'
"Tsmsrrsws Tangle," etc
Doin. J. Lavln
The Glance He Bent Upon Her Wat
Sharp and Grew in Intensity.
The waiter brought fish a fried
emelt and she roused herself and
picked up her fork. She did not no notice
tice notice that a man was standing near
her in the archway, the edge of the
lace curtain in hiB hand, looking
about the room. He threw a side
glance at her which swept her shoul shoulders,
ders, shoulders, her hat, and her down-bent pro profile,
file, profile, and looked away. Then, as if
something in this glimpse had sud suddenly
denly suddenly touched a spring of curiosity,
he looked back again. His second
survey was longer. The glance he
bent upon her was sharp and grew In
intensity. He made no attempt to
enter or to move nearer her, but any
one watching him would have seen
that his interest increased with the
prolongation of his scrutiny.
As if afraid of being observed he
cast a quick surreptitious look over
the room, which in Its circuit crossed
the mirror. Here, reflected from a dif
ferent point of view, Demy was Bhown
in full face, her eyes lowered, her
hands moving over her plate. This
man scanned the reflection with im
movable lntentness. Berny laid down
her fork and pushed the fish away
with a petuJant movement, and the
watcher drew back behind the lace
curtain. Through its meshes he con
tinued to stare at the mirror, his lips
tightly shut, his face becoming rigid
in the fixity of his observation.
The waiter entered, his arms piled
with dishes, and she made a beckon
ing gesture .o him. He answered with
o jerk of his head, and, going to the
table where the Spanish women sat,
unloaded his cargo there, as he set
it out exchanging remarks with the
women in their own language and
showing no haste to Berny's summons.
She moved in her chair and muttered
angrily. The man behind the lace cur curtain
tain curtain advanced his head and through
the interstices of the drapery tried
to look directly at her. In this posi position
tion position he could only catch a glimpse of
her, but he saw her hand stretched
forward to take one of the red beans
from the glass saucer in the middle
of the table. It was an elegant hand.
the skin smooth and white, the fingers
covered with rings. She again beck
oned, this time peremptorily, and the
waiter came. The listener could hear
her voice distinctly as he watched her
reflection in the glass.
"Why didn't you come when I beck
oned?" 6he said sharply.
"Because I had other people to wait
on," said the waiter with equal asper asperity.
ity. asperity. "They was here before you."
"WThat's the matter with the dinner
tonight? It's all bad."
"I ain't cooked it," retorted the
man, growing red with indignation,
his swollen eye glaring fiercely at her.
"And no else's complained. I guess
It's what's the matter with you?"
Berny made an angry movement
sometimes alluded to as "flouncing"
and turned her head away from him.
"Get me an enchilada," she said per peremptorily,
emptorily, peremptorily, "and after that some frl frl-Joles.
Joles. frl-Joles. I don't want anything else."
The waiter moved away and the
man behind the curtain, as if satisfied
by his long survey, also turned back
into the general room. Close to the
opening there was an unoccupied
table, and at this he sat down, laid
his hat on the chair beside him, and
unfastened his coat. To the servant
who came for his order, he asked for
a cup of black coffee and a liqueur
glass of brandy. He also requested an
evening paper. With the sheet open
before him he sat sipping the colTee,
the slightest nolse from the inner
room causing him to start and lift
the paper before his face.
He sat thus for some fifteen min minutes.
utes. minutes. The Spanish women and the
child emerged from the archway and
left the resturant, and a few moments
later he heard the scraping of chair
legs and Berny's voice as she asked
for her bill. He lifted the paper and
appeared buried In its contents, not
moving as Berny brushed back the
lace curtain and passed him. Her
eyes absently fell on him and she had
a vague impression of the dark dome
of a head emerging from above the
opened sheets of the journal. As rte
rustled by he lowered the paper and
followed her wijh a keen, watchful
glance. He did not move till the
street door closed behind her, when
he threw, the paper aside, snatched up
his hat and flicked a silver dollar on
to the cloth.
"No change," he said to the waiter,
who came forward.
The surprised servant, unaccus unaccustomed
tomed unaccustomed to 6uch tlDS. stared astonished
trier rrrm as bp nurnea aowo tn pas- i
sage, between the tables, quickly
opened the door and disappeared Into
the darkness of the street.
Berny was only a few rods away,
moving forward with a slow, loitering
step. It was an easy night to follow
without being observed. Walking at
a prudent distance behind her, be kept
her In sight as she passed from the
smaller streets of the Latin Quarter
Into the glare and discord of the more
populous highways, along Kearney
Street, past the lower boundary of
Portsmouth Square. He noticed that
she walked without haste, now and
then glancing at a window or a passer passerby.
by. passerby. She was like a person who has
no objective point in view, or at least
Is in no hurry to reach It.
But this did not seem to be the
case, for when she reached the square
she took her stand on the corner
where the Sacramento Street can
stop. The man drew back into a door
way opposite. They were the only
passengers who boarded the car at
that corner, Berny entering the closed
interior, the man taking a seat on the
outside. He had it to himself here.
and chose the end seat by the win
dow. Muttering imprecations at the
cold, he turned up his overcoat collar
and drew his soft felt hat down over
his ears. By turning his head he
could see between the bars that cross
the end windows, the Interior of the
car shining with light. Its polished
yellow woodwork throwing back the
white glare of the electricity. There
were only three passengers, two depressed-looking
women in dingy black,
and Berny on a line with himself in
the corner by the door. He could see
her even better here than In the res restaurant.
taurant. restaurant. She sat, a small, dark figure.
pressed Into the angle of the seat,
her hands clasped in her lap, her eye
down. Her hat cast a shadow over
the upper part of her face, and below
this the end of her nose, her mouth
and chin were revealed as pale and
sharply-cut as an ivory carving. She
seemed to be 6unk in thought and sat
motionless; the half of her face he
could see, looking very white against
her black fur collar.
He was furtively surveying her.
when she started, glanced out of the
window and signed to the conductor
to stop. The man on the front dropped
to the ground and stole lightly round
the car, so that its moving body hid
him from her. Emptiness and silence
held the street, and he could easily
follow her as she walked upward
along tbe damp and deserted side
walk. Half-way up the block a build
ing larger that those surrounding It
rose Into the night. A mounting file
of bay-windows broke its facade, and,
a few steps above the level of the
pavement, a line of doors with num
bers showing black on Illuminated
transoms revealed it to the man oppo opposite
site opposite as a flat building. Here Berny
stopped and without hesitation, evl
dently as one who was familiar with
the place, mounted the steps and
walked to the last of the doors.
The man, with soft and careful foot
steps, crossed the street. As he drew
nearer he saw that she was not using
a latch-key, but was waiting to be ad
mitted, leaning as If tired against the
wall. He had reached the sidewalk
when the door opened, vouchsafing
him a bright, unimpeded view of a
long flight of stairs carpeted in green
Berny entered and for a moment, be
fore the door closed, he saw her
mounting the stairs. She had not
asked for any one, or Indeed made a
sound of greeting or inquiry. She
was therefore either expected or an
habitue of the place. When the door
was shut he, too, mounted the porch
steps and read the number on the
transom. He whispered It over sev several
eral several times, the light falling out on his
thin, aquiline face with a sweep of
dark. hair drooping downward toward
Satisfied with" his investigation, he
left the porch and walked rapidly
down the street to the corner. Here
there was a lamp, and halting under
its light he drew from his pocket a
leather wallet and took therefrom
Dominlck Ryan's card with an address
written on it. The penciled numbers
were the same as those on the door
he had just left, and he stood looking
fixedly at the card, an expression of
excitement and exultation growing on
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