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OCaLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913
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5KST UK SOUGHT FOR OX THE Savannah, Sept. 12. Currency
OCEAN WILL LAST FOREVER (amounting to $71,900, in transit
- 'from the Chase National Bank of
SW1 PED THE SHEKELS
Somebody Got Away With $71,900
i on Its Way from New York to
DEADLY ACCIDENT 'CHARGE OF CONSFIRACYiWDitKlIIG FOR
0!i A DESTROYER!- - -! THE VATEHVAYS
.in Xew' York Upset 'by
olitical Calculations of All Parties Xew York to the Savannah Bank and
His Trust Company, and to Brunswick
;and Valdosta, Ga., banks was stolen
from a portable safe on the Atlantic
Xew York, Sept. 12. Mayor Gay- Coast Line train No. SO, between
or died on the steamer Baltic at sea Jersey City and Savannah, which ar-
r 1 i j i 'rivorl JiPre vesterrlav mnrnl n or
. uwuA vyCUUesud, "ueruuuu. I ; .7 'scalded "that
News of his death was rpfpfvd fn rniy tnousana aouars oi tne
Two Men Killed and Four Severely
Scalded by an Explosion on
Seeks to Put Thaw Mack in
Colebrook, .X. H., Sept. 12. The
case of Harry K. Thaw, fugitive from
Matteawan. free agent for three
cjpnt 1 9 The
United States torpedo boat Craven, gheriff Dre of Coos countyf N H
wnicn was aamagea at sea wnen me hag assumed the familiar
forward boiler exploded and wnicn
Approval and Disapproval of Differ
ent Routes by the Hoard of
reached Fort Screven, Tybee Island,:
; uncertainty and delay.
Washington, Sept. 12. The spe-
'cial board of engineers authorized by
aspect of Congress in 1909 to survey the route
Counsel and estimate the cost of an inland
working for I and against his return
a. i j j : j e ii z :
alter iu uieu nau u.a ul iuii iu-,to tfae asy,am agreed nQt tQ arraign
juries and four others were so badly. Wm Defore poIiCe magistrate until
tney were sent 10 me
EDAaI WILL BE FIRST
Amundsen's Trusty Boat Will Lead
Procession of Ships Across
Xew York, Sept. 12. When the
Hamburg-American liner Victoria
Luise reached port last night, it be became
came became definitely known that the Ant Antarctic
arctic Antarctic exploring steamer Fram, which
had carried Amundsen to' the South
Pole, will be the first vessel to pass
4 p. m. yesterday and then to
-ea ui ms utaiu was receiveu m ,.(. hnimital rparhpi Savannah' i
ie following message sent by wire- amount was consigned to the Savan- J'. hX jrLv ?h.'jUrn the CT Until t0d&y'
;ss and cable to Robert Adamson,
is secretary, from Rufus W. Gay Gay-or,
or, Gay-or, his son, who sailed, with him:
f "Father died Wednesday at 1
yock, due to heart failure. Notify
J .XL t fl
Adolph Kline, by virtue of his of-'exlress
ce as acting president of the board. talk.
nab. Bank and Trust. Company here.
The money was shipped by
Southern Express Company.
shortly after noon yesterday. The;
Craven came into port for inspection. wjtn
It was in tow of the Shubrick, a sis-l
tor tnrnodn hnat nnrl n tucr Thp nf
ir is nor irnrvrn noro rr a-nar imo iiioia
. . , n . 4. ficial report of the accident contains T will coot
banks in Valdosta and Brunswick the .. .. Jerome will seek
i t,i- i , lilt: uauica ui uic juuuniua not vi t.- i ; j UI- T,
i additional sum was consigned, as the i ailing in tnis, Jerome
i .j;;,. :
.uecm auu mju.tu. ;that Thaw ,8 lnsane and
I me ucau -i. .m.i,auc.i i-uici "a tnrnod nvor : tr
waterway from Boston to Rio Grande through the Panama canal.
river, yesterday submitted to Con-j On board the Hamburg liner was
gress its reports on the Beaufort, S.'Capt. Thorward Xilsen, master of the
He had with"
Thaw is charged with consnirins The special board approves a 1 0 0-, him a cable from Col. Goethals. ask-
others fto bring about his es-ifct barge canal of 10-foot depth ing that he be at the isthmus with
cape from JLatteawan and it is uponj'rom Eeaufort to Key West, at a cost rthe Fram during the month of Sep-
this charge that William Travers of ?ol,000,000. The board of en- tember and saying the Fram would
a3!C to Key West, Fla., section, and Fram, who was with
ialso on the trans-Florida section. j his perilous journey.
his extradition. iSineers for rivers and harbors does be allowed the notable privilege of
company officials refuse
f aldermen, assumed the reins of
prnment on being notified of May- EXPLORERS KILLED
W. O. Milton, water ten-; Matteawan J
usly injured: T. Gabbitt,) ,.hn T
Aiaynor's death. He will be acting
fiay until January 1. Mr. Kline is
resident of Brooklyn and a republi-f
Left Xew York Septemler 4
Mayor Gaynor sailed away from
Kew York on the morning of Septem-
er 4 on the Baltic. An hour before'
he sailed but one man, his secretary,!
new .of his plans, outside of the
iiember3 of his immeiiate family.
'he mayor's announced purpose was
brief vacation trip on the ocean.
Ie feit that the tonic effect of the
alt air would restore him in some
measure to health. The Baltic was
flue at Queenstown today.
The mayor died as the Baltic was-
hearing the other side. The news of
pis death was sent by wireless to
Juxhaven by Rufus W. Gaynor, andsteamer on the
'Olavon frATYi Pnvhoron f n X cir Vnr lr
VilJ VVl AAVS V- UA1IU V. J w t oi n
y cable. Mayor Gaynor left Xew
ttork at a time when the city was
teething inone of the strangest mu-
firemanf J. C. Dalton, water tender; iXew York ctyf who raced with Jerjof
HY THE ESKHIOS s Schmind, chief machinist's mate
Radford and Street Murdered
Their Guides in the Far
. Xorthem Regions
D. B. Smith, water i
not concur in the report of the spe-. being the first vessel to navigate the
cial board. I canal.
Former Chief of Engineers W. H.j The captain said he would remain
Bixby, who signed the report, reeomhere until Saturday, when he will
John Lanon, private detective in i aiends to Congress the construction leave for Colon by the Panama line
a -foot canal from Beautort to ; steamer of that date. He added that
Johns rher only, to be built at a! the Fram is on her way to Colon from
ome all the way to Sherbrooke, Can- 3t-
i command of
D. Lamont, who was inimeet
"We were seven miles off Martin's
jada, after Thaw's arrest in the Do-jost approximately of $1 4,000,000,. Buenos Ayres. He left her there
minion, arrived here yesterday. To!aQd recommends that the work start three months ago and went on a visit
appropriations 'to his old home in Norway, which he
had not seen since the return of the
Amundsen expedition from the South
emergencies he has been madeiat once witn annual
the Craven, says of the a special attendant from MatteawanJor about $800,000.
'arid he is waiting opportunity to get Neither of the two boards ap-
v. mnipeg, -Manitooa, sept. iz. "c muca .uailluS;his hands on Thaw and
For nearly two years friends of the industry light, bound for Savannah, him direct ror th x
explorer and naturalist, Harry Vin-
jcent Radford of New York, have
awaited news of him from the Can Can-jadian
jadian Can-jadian Northwest, where, since 1909,
he has been engaged In a hunting
tand exploring expedition. With Rad Rad-jford
jford Rad-jford was George Scott of Ottawa, a
man of considerable experience in
A story reached Ottawa from j
Chesterfield Inlet yesterday which
when there was a violent explosion
, A n t a
in the boilerroom. I do not definite;
know the cause, which must be de determined
termined determined by an official inquiry."
The explosion is believed to have
been caused by the tubes in the for-
V,aiu UUiiC1 1U11U1U utJ- of habeas corpus but decided that to
ome' around was a dangerous move
TRAIN OFF THE TRACK and held the matter in abeyance.
start with proves the trans-Florida canal at'ToIe
York line. Jthis time, although the Lake Harris
SURE EXOUGH STATESMAN
DeLand News: In her senior sen senator,
ator, senator, Florida for the first time in her
i history has in the halls of Congress
TRIED TO KNOCK
by a crowd that neither jroute, via St. Johns river, Oklawahaj
cheered nor hooted, Thaw went about j river and Lakes Griffin and Harris,
the village, accompanied by Sheriff ii3 approved whenever naval, military
Drew, apparently contented and ar commercial needs shall justify
hopeful. Local counsel yesterday 'construction.
made plans for his release on a writ General Bixby reports that before a man of national and .international
many years there will te need of a j reputation.
canal across Florida of a depth muchj During the four years of his in-
jgreater than 12 feet, but recommends cumbency of the office. Senator
jnow a 7-foot channel across Florida, J Fletcher has taken a prominent posi-
! Lawyers kept him up until a latevia the
the hour laving nlans tn racist ovtra.n.'.chobee.
Everglades and Lake
He has ordered the
Okee-iticn in all matters of public policy;
board -he is recognized as a deep thinker
jt : uilc in c ii
'dytpal political, campaigns In its his-'ign with
j may explain the long silence. A mail ; The Lakeland Telegram has
Hudson Bay route following to report of the accident ; tion to New York. to report on this project next winter. and a polished if not a flowery ora-
brings the story of the murder of to Mr. J. L. Connelly j Mr. Jerome, accompanied by Dep- The cost of a 10-foot harge canal,tor.
Radford and Street by Eskimos. J Mr. Ralph Walker of Auburndale, jmv Attorney General Franklin Ken- across Florida by the Lake Harris! Like the rest of us, Fletcher Is not
According to this report the two 'spent last night in. Lakeland, return- jnedv of Xew York reached town ves-'route is estimated at $16,500,000. above, making mistakes. He has
ing to his home this morning, andjter(j Both Messrs. Jerome and'Tne two rePrts were accompanied 'made them, as .you, reader, and the
having been up the road yesterday :-t-j 'A by many charts, tablets of estimates .vriter have made them and will con-
left Chesterfield Inlet in
a party of Indian guides
as Candidate for Re-election
land joined another party of Eskimos he was a witness to an automobile
at Schultz Lake; whence they pro- accident near Inverness, which came!
f uc uctuic ma uciJctnai "iceedea to Uatnurst inlet- near resulting ratany tor tue occu
y nnrinon nn rno c rv rtn 1 1 ciorva iiv rn .i i -v r t t t ri 1 1 .. i i
"ii'" i x wo muniiis ago me .onnvv esL poui ui me Ltti j. li. vouueii, a 1U1U&" j Jerome
reseniauves oi inaepenaeni pon-; mounted nolice learned that in an phate operator of Inverness.
lal organizations that they had pHprrntinn with thP F!slrirHn5 T?ad- accident. Mr: Walker said:
sen him as their standard bearer f ord had been killed. For months' "Just north of the lake s
the mayorality campaign. A the Eskimos kept silent and then the ness at the railroad
hrong that crowded city hall park.wruth leaked out
terday. Both Messrs. Jerome
Kennedy were indignant at the ac-
tion of the Canadian authorities who
jput Thaw over the border yesterday, j ao-uraenis, i
j "We had'o inkling of it,!' saidible ofilcial c
and blue prints and ure formidable
documents, forming the most valua-
assembled to hear him accept. He
had prepared a speech of acceptance,
but was so weak that he was unable
to deliver it, and his secretary read
it for him, the mayor standing be beside
side beside him.
One-of the tribe.Connell drove his car into the side'tice based on the habea
"To say the least, it was
a high-handed piece of work. It was
neither fair to Thaw, a lunatic, nor
to the state of New York. More-
jover, it upsets the principles of jus-
tinue to make them.
In Florida Mr. Fletcher was recog-
ontribution yet made toinizei for, many years as the leader of
Ithe literature of inland waterways, the old "Straight-out" faction of the
uiove a bpear uiruugn naaioru, anu.ui mC cai. me auiu "a, j dQ not doubt that jt wi result
when street went to his comrade s completely demolished, tnere not be-;
assistance he was killed in the same ing enougn oi it lett to pay to re
manner. The exact date of the trag- move it, except some of the tires and!
edy is not known but a small detail the engine,
of mounted police under Sergeant .chance was
Mr. Connell by some!
in more or less
of a scandal in Can-
The cost of a
Beaufort to the
not killed instantly and i
He was expected to attack Tam-; Egertson has been sent to invest!-, was much revived when taken
iiviVny nan sharply, politically, as
ioon as he returned to the city. Be Before'
fore' Before' his departure he issued a char-
TjaJiv Hall leaders and other po.liti-
v-al opponents, in which he referred
had been no indication
(the train at Inverness.
of. "Mr. Connell hit the express car sol
put lhaw across
j that they were
break in settin
7-foot channel from democratic party. lie was elected
St. Johns river is ; repeatedly as mayor of Jacksonville
estimated as follows: From Beau-1 as a progressive leader; he was sent
i'crt to Cape Fear, $2,S72,111; to to the state senate as a progressive;
Little River, $3,724,219; to Winyah he was chosen as the chairman of the
Bay, ?5,677,S00; to Charleston Har-Estate executive committee by the
bor, $1,227,S00; to Savannah river, progressive democrats, and was in
$427,400; to Fernandina, $195,000; sympathy and fullaccord with them
bt. Jonns river, ?2oi,ii'0. Con-i and with the late Governor liroward.
atcrial campaign in 1908.
hpr an.i Rroward were the
giving him an even j
mm down with no
was contemptible and coward-1. 7 t . iT
., T, , x. tmumg on to Key West, cost by sec- In the sena
nd Kennedy. "If those who i T ... n. . .
. i'.cns: To Indian river, $2,491,0o6; ; when Fletcl
o Key West, $2,127,950. 'contestants, Fletcher received many
Commenting on the fact that there votes from progressives; Broward's:
American officers in sight thev fail-
i's already an eight-foot inside route frien.is were not able to line up the-
look at the
other side of the i
Thaw, a lunati
vo them as "miserable scamps'
fri.tinn until the jl.iv nf Honnrhiro iliarr! that hp iarrprl flip
I 1 ei
Then as the sleds were beinz loaded land tore off the iron steps unier the
i I case.
Raflfnrd cnt into an altprnatinn with middle of the pxnrpss rar n-r'
one of the Eskimo tribe about thejseemed to know that the auto had hit'1" !00 hK Rothes on
inrl j- i- . . i t- . . , in.-, uaw, biiuri oi iunas ana wicn no
ana proper adjustment of the binding; the tram except some "children who ,
Mean ui litiiisi.'ui laiiun aiive ine au-
asserted that-they were seeking his'; thongs, and in anger he kicked the
Death Overturns Political Situation
saw the wrecked car lying by the
man. j track and said that there was a man
Instantly the Eskimo grasped his under it."
ATavnr flavnnr's siirffipn dpath rnm- vpr-rpaHv enoar and hpfnro ATaHfnrrll
" l J 1 ' nnd
overturns tne municipal po- couia aerend himseit tne weapon was!""A liUDut i;u, is. i'. i. i
litical situation. It removes from the; plunged into his breast. When this
field a candidate for mayor who was '.happened Street was harnessing a
expected to cut heavily into the vote j dog team, and seeing his companion
of the fusion nominee, John Purroy.fall and thinking to save him from
tthell, and leaves only the tickets another spear thrust, he picked up
i'tVinated by the democrats and the his rifle to go to Radford's assist-
fnsJnnlets Tho fnrmpr Ic hparipd w p ti r whan fha rdlmn witVi m-Vi r rr-t
Edward E. McCall, former chairman he was working attacked him from
jtomobile-he commandeered from a
'newspaper man. Thaw is not a sane
i man. That has been proven time
time again. This male it the
It was a
jrrom me ueiaware river to lieaurort, ; progressives entirely ior even me
iand that a twelve-foot route from great commoner Broward himself.
Lous Island Sound to Eeaufort has j Fletcher is not a dyed-in-the-wool
-ccn recommended, while also, either ; progressive. He wouldn't work o'
in fact or approved, there is a six to vote for a progressive simply because
seven foot inside channel between !he espoused the cause with a loud
-Charleston and Jacksonville. General j mouth.
I Bixby recommends the seven foot; While he has not yet formally an an-iranal
iranal an-iranal from Beaulort to the St. Johns, no i.ice 1 his candidacy to succeed
of the public service commission of
The mayor's re-nomination was
brought about by no particular poli political
tical political faction of party, but represent represented
ed represented only his personal popularity.
Politicians who discussed his death
today expected that his
Ocala Lodge, No. 2SC, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
behind and Street too fell, mortally
Harry Radford was born in New
York on Jan. S, 1SS1, and was edu educated
cated educated at the LaSalle Institute and
Manhattan College, eventually quali qualifying,
fying, qualifying, as a civil engineer. He had
and was a fellow of
followers traveled widely
would make no attempt to nominate; the American Geographical Society, a
,Ljcandidate in his place. No other member of the
places on the Gaynor ticket have yetjauthor of several books on travel.
A big lot of new
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
expedition in February, 1909,
tending- to be away four years.
It is known that the two men had
mapped out the region they traveled,
discovered the River Thalsen. six
Arctic Club and the .hundred miles long, amd Lady Grey
lake, 100 miles in length. They had
He left Xew York on his present assembled a fine collection of fauna.
Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Xext meeting Friday night. Sept. 12.
so that tar?s anrl nihpr lirht rra ft hinrplf. therp is no doubt that Sena-
may go from the southern New Eng-jtcr Fletcher will be a candidate in
(land coast to lower Florida without; 1914 and it's going to take some
! danger from heavy Atlantic gales. I mighty hard work to pry him away
The section of the waterway now from the position he has soaccept soaccept-most
most soaccept-most generally needed, he said, is j ably filled.
that from Eeaufort to Cape Fear,;
and recommends improvement of; OUTGOIXfi MAILS CLOSF
tnis section nrst. Next should come j
the section between Winyah Bay and
Charleston; the Charleston-St. Johns;
section coming third. I
A. C. L.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Eastern Star Chapter 29. regular
meeting first Friday
mcnth at Yonge's Hall.
come. Florrie Condon, Sec'y
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
night each. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Visitors wel-i Yonge's Hall. Fort King avenue. Vis
itors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor. N. G.
NORTH 5:05 a.
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
2:10 p. m.: 2:30 p. m.; f p. m.
I S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p.
i 4 : 10 p. m.; 9 p. m
I p m.; 9 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN: NORTH 7-
7 a. rn.; U':oa p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blltchton
Cahary 2 p. rn.
Almond cocoa soap, which is with
out an equal. Get it
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv. Pharmacy.
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, FIJI DA V, SEPTEMBER 12. 1913
OCALA OCCURRENCES f
Woodmen meet tonight.
Band concert this evening.
-ir. r. iJiitji lfii luuny iui a isil ;
to Tarpon Springs.
Itev. 'J. B. Ley went to Mcintosh
for a brief visit this afternoon.
Mr. W. G. Tilghman of Palatka
was jn the city today.
Policeman Koonce is out after two
days of sickness.
Mr. William Odell of Oxford was
in town today.
Judge W. S. Bullock left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a fishing expedition to the
You can phone 496 and have your
stationery, books or office supplies
sentsent by The Murray Co. 9-ll-3t
Sheriff Smith, of Lake, the "high "highest
est "highest sheriff" in the state, was in town
A Star reporter had the pleasure
yesterday of taking a look at the new
welding apparatus in use in Luckie's
garage. It is a small but compact
and efficient machine, and when one
considers that it welds cast iron,
something thta has hitherto been im impossible
possible impossible in the mechanic arts, it is
also wonderful. Cast iron, as most
people know, is too brittle to weld by
ordinary means, but in the fierce
flame ejected by this new machine it
melts into the cohesive tendency of
the finer metals, and when run to together
gether together and cooled, it is stronger than
when new. Mr. Luckie showed the
reporter how the machine worked,
and in a few minutes had welded an
apparently hopelessly shattered piece
of iron into its former shape. The
apparatus is as simple and speedy in
its operation as it is efficacious. Mr.
Luckie has been in business but a
few weeks but he has all he can do.
Ten cars were standing in his garage
last night, and it has not had less
than eight awaiting repairs since the
second day after it opened.
Those Kewpie dolls are cute and
will not break. They are waiting
for your girl at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 9-ll-3t
Mr. W. L. Martin, secretary of the
Leesburg board of trade is in town
today, trying to interest our busi business
ness business men in the booster train.
FOR RENT Four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, two
blocks from courthouse. Apply at
20C N. Main street, or call for Mc Mc-Lucas
Lucas Mc-Lucas at Williams' barber shop,
Ocala House. 9-ll-6t
Mr. C. R. Kreger is in Jacksonville
on a business trip, and may visit bis
wife and little girl at Daytona Beach,
before his return.
. Don't send for office supplies.' You
can save money oy getting tnem at
The Murray Company. 9-lI-3t
7Iiexall toilet cream, an excellent
and Tieautifier. At Gerig's Drug
Messrs. Jim Pyles and W. B. Gal Gallagher
lagher Gallagher returned last night from an
automobile trip of several days thru
Lake and Orange counties in the in interest
terest interest of their firms.
'Do you need an alcohol stove to
'take with you on early morning
r trips? You can heat water or coffee
"in four minutes. Look at them at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-2
Wash rags and bath towels at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-2
,:"Mr. C E. Shaw, of Aberdeen,
lliss., a well known traveling man,
left today for Jacksonville, after a
stay of a few days at the Harrington.
The injunction asked for against
the city, to restrain it from doing
certain work on the streets was serv served
ed served this morning. Until it can be dis dissolved,
solved, dissolved, work on the streets must
Mayor1-Robertson took Secretary
Rooney, Mr. A. T. Thomas and sev several
eral several other friends for a fishing party
and fry to his Withlacoochee farm
Mr. W. W. Stripling, one of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's most popular traveling men,
was here recently in the interest of
the firm he represents. Bronson
Mr. E. K. Nelson,' after a two days'
business trip In and around Ocala,
lert this morning for Dunnellon,
where he will spend the night en
route to his home in Tampa.
It Is a little late in the season, but
Twe want to call your attention to
-a nobby line of bathing caps which
yon can find at the Court Pharm Pharm--
- Pharm-- acy. 9-2
Mr. 'Chas-BrTTuiteu received news
-today thaSlr. J. L. Connell, of In Invernesswho
vernesswho Invernesswho was so badly hurt Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, is resting easily and his
mentis ire certain of his recoverv.
ie acciflent was owine to Mr. Con-
hard of hearing. He was
the railroad with his auto.
train suddenly came out of
a deep ciit. too close for him to ston
e collision. The collision
.step off the express car,
-while the auto was smashed, and the
i a .i j i j
Saed-orer, with Mr. Connell under
It He was rescued by a party head headed
ed headed by Mr. C. D. Schultz.
NOW ON DISPLAY.
HO FIT-NO PAY.
FOR THE MOOSE
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
car owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do. all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C. Luckie,
Building formerly occupied by Ides
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVCR 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
The Ocala lodge of Moose held
last night a successful meeting,
which was attended by some fifty
local members and several visitors.
The principal event of the evening
was the reception and initiation into
the order of Messrs. J. D. Rooney,
J. O. Dekle, H. C. Gettier. Henry F.
Goeke, C. H. Dekle and W. H. Har Harrison.
rison. Harrison. The initiation was presided
over by Dictator Edwin Spencer, Jr.,
and was impressively carried out by
the very efficient degree team. The
new members are first-class citizens
and were warmly welcomed into the
order. They thought it was a little
too warm for awhile, but wouldn't
have had it different when it was
After the business meeting and in-1
itiation, the Moose adjourned to the
big room on the first floor, where
they found a long, broad table, well
covered with good 'things, to which
they did ample justice. The princi
pal dish was purlo, of which there
was a large supply most excellently
cooked. Backing up this was slaw,
sandwiches of various kinds, bread,
pickles and many other things. The
solids were washed down with brim
ming gobletsfull of Secretary Bry
an s favorite brew grapejuice
which the Moose, being nearly all
democrats, have taken to like ducks
to water. After the collation, pipes
and tobacco were handed around and
the members finished the evening
with games and conversation, helped
out by the music of the superb
The Moose lodge is growing stead steadily
ily steadily and rapidly.
15AXI) CONCERT PROGRAM
The following program will be
given by the Metropolitan Band from
the bandstand this evening:
March, "Emblem of Liberty" B.
Waltzes, "Wine, Wife and Song"
March, "Cottage Grove" E. G.
Cornet duet, "Bolero" (Messrs.
Gerig and Tucker) R. B. Hall.
March, "Panama Guards" James
Overture, "L u s t s p i e 1 Keler
Selection, "A Trip to Japan" M
Overture, "King Rose" G. D
Barnard. A. E. Gerig Director.
OPEN DAY AND flGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
An elegant line of lawyers' mana-
script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
MRS. V. R. MEDLIN
Bronson Times-Democrat: Mrs
W. R. Medlin died Monday night at
Otter Creek, and the remains were
brought to Bronson Tuesday morn morning,
ing, morning, interment taking place Tuesday
afternoon in the new cemetery. Mrs.
Medlin was the daughter of Mr. Sant
Wilkerson of Otter Creek, and is sur
vived by her husband and four child
ren, father, mother and several sis
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10. 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURYIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
OCALA. FLORIDA v
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
A few of the prices
that is bound to move
the remainder of the
Spring and Summer
36 inch Pajama Checks,
per yard .
40 inch White Lingerie,
per yard ...
40 inch White Sheer
Lawn, per yard
36 inch Brown all all-Linen,
Linen, all-Linen, per yard
170 of- f.Vlrvrorl hroxro
. A CIO L. VU1U1VU VXXCXXXXILJX CX J O f Wl l
per yard . .
Fast colored Dress Lawn
per yard . .
Ladies' 10c Ribbed Vests 9
4 for . ... Jt
Ladies' 25c and 50c 1 Ar
Sailor Hats for vt
Ladies' White P. K.
Skirts at .
Men's 25c Underwear
at ... .
Men's 50c Athletic Un Underwear
derwear Underwear at .
Men's 50c and 75c Soft
Collar Shirts .
Men's Odd Shirts, 50c
and 75c goods, at
El V 1
USE STAR WANT AOS FOR RESULTSThey "Deliver U.e Goods."
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913
jT I ihi miJ?p' M' ""''mmmmm "" "J...--, : l,g 1
If a good business chance came your way, in the
shape of a piece of property or a share in a thriving
business, it would be nice to write out a check for
the amount. If sickness or fire invade $out home,
it would be nice to have money in the bank, no mat matter
ter matter what might happen, because it is a safe-guard
against possible old age or sickness and poverty.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
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We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
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"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
"a good man does not always mean a t;ood title'
"men pass away, titles run on forever."
'an abstract of title is the only means by whieh you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"
A ljJIjWW U fla
Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Right, my
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"If I do it, it's
titTul title anil abstract co.
JU tl j II MM IXlUTf
KI1NAIMK1 BY CANUCKS
Is Wliat Thaw Guards Fear May le
Colebrook, X. H., Sept. 12.
Twenty-five Canadians, several of
them outspoken opponents of Will William
iam William Travers Jerome after his arrest
in Coaticook, Quebec, last week on a
charge of gambling, and others from
Sherbrooke, where Harry Thaw re receive.!
ceive.! receive.! such an ovation in court, have
followed the fugitive across the bor border
der border into Xew Hampshire and have
revived the intense partisan feeling
so evident while Thaw was in the
Dominion. Jerome denounced one
of them in public today.
Their presence in Colebrook enliv enlivened
ened enlivened what was otherwise a typical
Thaw day for those who have been
following the erratic course of Stan Stanford
ford Stanford White's slayer since his escape
from Matteawan Sunday morning,
August 17. There was no court pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings. Thaw's arraignment being
put off by mutual consent until ten
o'clock this morning, and Thaw's
lawyers, apparently thinking him
safer in the custody of the sheriff
than at large, abandoned their at attempt
tempt attempt to release him on a writ'of ha habeas
beas habeas corpus.
The guards about Thaw's hotel
were increased last night from twelve
to twenty. The chief of police ap appointed
pointed appointed his deputies yesterday after
hearing stories that officers from
Xew York might attempt to spirit
Thaw away. He augmented them in
the face of rumors that the Canad Canadian
ian Canadian contingent might essay the same
thing with the idea of snatching
Thaw from Jerome's hands and at
the same time rebuking high Domin Dominion
ion Dominion officials responsible for Thaw's
Groups of Canadians stood about
the hotel corridors and on the street
corners throughout the day and
closely followed Thaw on the two
trips he made from his room. The
first of these was to the barber shop,
the second to the office of his chief
counsel, Thomas Johnson. Two auto automobiles,
mobiles, automobiles, engines running, stood at
the curb in front of the office all the
time Thaw was within. This so
alarmed the chief of police that he
and his men completely surrounded
Thaw when he was brought out and
escorted to the hotel.
AXDERSOX OX HIS EAR
k Washington, Sept. 12. As the cli climax
max climax of the vigorous republican con condemnation
demnation condemnation of democratic legislative
methods which has marked the cun cun-rency
rency cun-rency debate. Representative Sidney
Anderson, of Missouri, on the floor
of the House late yesterday resigned
as a member of the powerful ways
and means committee. In a speech
bitterly assailing legislation through
caucus action and partisan consider consideration
ation consideration of the Underwood tariff bill
and the Glass currency bill in com committee,
mittee, committee, Representative Anderson de declared
clared declared that the "system of legislation
established here" made his efforts on
the committee a "farce and a fraud."
Bronson Times-Democrat: Xews
of the death of Xicholas Schlemmer,
an old and highly respected citizen of
Cedar Key, was received here Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. Schlemmer' was one of the
best known men in the state, and it
'was with sorrow that his hundre's
I of friends learned of his death. He
I about eighty years of age and had
been a resident of Levy county for
mere than thirty-five years. He had
been in failing health for some time.
Mr. Schlemmer is survived by a wife,
several children and grand children.
MARIOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PITH IAS
Ocaia Loage Xo. 19. Conventions
jheld every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jaxr"s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. L OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. Mi.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13. R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
FOR RENT Upstairs furnished
for light housekeeping, consisting of
'three rooms and bath: city and cis cistern
tern cistern water. Mrs. P. H, Gillen. Xo.
1 S. 5th St. 9-10-6t
GIANT HAS WEDDED
A FLOIilDA GIKL
i The simple announcement that Mr.
; Lawrence Doyle, of Breeze, Ind., and
Miss Gertrude Elizabeth McComb, of
iSantord, Fla., were quietly married
iin Xew York City on September 3,
: may appear to the vasual newspaper
: reader as just a common place wed-
t But when it is stated that Mr.
Lawrence Doyle, of Breeze, Ind., is
that celebrity in the baseball firma firmament
ment firmament of the continent, known from
coast to coast as Larry Doyle, the
scrappy captain of John J. McGraw's!
Xew York Giants, and that Miss Mc McComb
Comb McComb is the only daughter of James
McComb, editor of the Florida Grow Growers'
ers' Growers' Xews. and well known in journ journalistic
alistic journalistic circles throughout the state, it
will be seen that the apparently
simple wedding announcement is one
of a great deal of interest, not only
in Jacksonville and Florida, but
throughout the entire country, where
Doyle is known for his powers on the
baseball diamond. Times-Union.
HOTEL FOR REXT
AT LAKELAXD, FLA.
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from new Atlantic Coast Line sta station.
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furnished; 17 bed-rooms in all; two
bath rooms, two toilets and lavator lavatories;
ies; lavatories; hot and cold water. Price of
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THE OCALA EVEXIlN'G STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IilTTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Renjamin, Editor
EntereJ at Ocala, Fla., postoffi.ee as second class matter.
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Six months, in advance 2.50 I Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.
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SENATOR KERN EXPRESSED
youngest son, just eight months old.
THE PROPER SEXTIMEXT claim this cannot be beaten, be-
; cause we doubt very seriously if any
SWTMMIXCJ OX SUNDAY
The following from Collier's t ther man ever had a 61 year old
Weekly is interesting just at this son and an eight months old son un un-time:
time: un-time: er his roof at the same time."
Senator John V. Kern of Indiana!
Incorporated in the Congressional
Record some extracts from a speech
made to the republican editorial as association
sociation association of Indiana by former Vice
"I have no doubt that the dis-
Governor Major of Missouri, says
Homer Croy in Collier's, says that
the happiest days of his life were
when he was a boy on a farm and
turbances in Mexico during the lastran away, swimming, Sunday after-
few years have been due in a great-;noon-
er or les3 degree to an effort on the! I have been a boy on a farm and
part of ambitious, cunning men to j have run away, swimming, Sunday
force intervention and possibly an-j afternoon, but my great love for the
nexation to the United States. The ( truth keeps me from saying that
exploiters of public utilities and of these were the happiest days of my
the mineral and agricultural re- j boyhood.
sources of our neighbor have un- One Sunday I invited two boys to
doubtedly thought that they would -come home with me after Sunday
gain much if they could force inter- j school. At dinner pa told me not to
vention by the United States. There 'go swimming in the creek that aft aft-are
are aft-are soldiers of fortune in Mexico who jernoon, as I might get the yellow
wouia undoubtedly welcome such a jaundice.
ikept wondering what he would find
'to set his teeth into. He came at me'
Irapidly, as if that wasn't worrying,
him. It worried me greatly, al-j
(though 1 -aid nothing to him about
lit. When he came at me I with-,
drew. I withdrew. so fast that I did
not stop to c;,en the sate fcr him. ;
Although I was not hampered by;
any wearing apparel or finery of any,
jkind, I did not make the speed I de-
sired. The dog was good at run-;i
ining. I don t know whether he was!
bred for running or not I did not;
stop to inquire. I did not stop to j
cavil. I had left all my cavil in my!
other clothes. The dog snapped at1
my calf. I removed it as rapidly as:
I could, and spoke to him in a deep;
guttura, but he paid no heed to myj
wish to be left alone. Finally I j
reached the high wooden gate behind
our barn and mounted it. Once I
was safe, the dog turned and with withdrew
drew withdrew in the direction whence he
came. No effort was made on my
part to detain him. Just as I drew
in a sigh I heard a step. It was pa
with the same hazel sprout in his'
Our greeting was short and our
conversation desultory. When I came J
down pa told me to turn my back
to him, although I felt that this was
not manners. I stood with my back
to him for a long while, first on one
foot, then on the other; part of the
time I spent in mid-air. When pa
and I had finished with the hazel
sprout it was about worn out. So
was pa. and I myself felt that we had
accomplished enough for one day. j
That night at supper mother look-;
ed at me and exclaimed: "Why, son,
it beats me where you got that mud.".
"It beats me where I got it too!"
I answered fervently, but mother
thought that was just a fill-in an answer.
swer. answer. Governor Major's happiest days
may have been the ones when he ran
est T (Swal?
If you demand the best all good business men do you vili find this bank's
service to customers far greater than just ordinary.
From every standpoint whether it be responsibility, integrity of management,
security, ability to extend accommodation, or the desire to be of assistance to
each patron you will find us ready always to do all we can to meet your re requirements
quirements requirements with complete satisfaction.
Yellow jaundice becomes
very few people. Yellow jaundice
' T P . 1 4. ll e
n uui spcLuidLuis lii .uexico sul-.makes a person look too mucn as
fer pecuniary loss as the result of though somebody had dropped an egg: away and went swimming on Sunday,
recurring revolutions, that is a mat-, in full possession of its powers on but his father must have patronized
ter for future consideration, when 'him ami thPn haH mniinimiciv hiHflon a different hazel natch from mine
stable government and peace are ful- the towel.
ly established in that country. It is I We boys wandered out to
not warrant for shedding the blood iCreek, w ooked ,nt
of Americans. To sacrifice the life Charlie Jones in Dixip dpfpnds his
JOXES DEFEXDS .JAX
of one soldier for all of the dollars
investors or speculators have ventur-
, depths of the water, but we couldn't
(see any yellow jaundice. We felt
that it had been a backward season
ed in Mexico would be the supremest for ow jaundice and that prob
bly all the spawn had been killed.
VofirK- all t V a t naa Kn ro!,l nrt "t
: J "c l"c.For some reason or other I forgot
I all about what pa had said, and in a
..j o. wisdom in respect to the
Mexican situation is embodied in
these words of Mr. Fairbanks. The
Americans who have property in
Mexico acquired it because they
hoped for big gains. Just because
Mexico is a less stable country than
the United States, money invested
there can usually make larger spe speculative
culative speculative profits. It was for these
,fit of absent-mindedness took off my
clothes. When next I noticed what
1 1 was doing I had water in my ear.
j We swam down the creek and
jinade a slippery bank, where we
would go up to the top and coast
down on the lower end of our spinal
column and our elbows. Tiring of
this, we bpean to throw murl at parh
profits that the speculators in lands, j other ming our vo5ceg ,n Hght.
mines, and public utilities went in.jhearted jaughter. i had just plant-
l- r It -v A -k I 4. T 1 5
iiau ucch cuuLKUl w nil oral- 0a a iQ.,a
nary profits they could have invest invested
ed invested their money- at home under a sta stable
ble stable government. They took a long
chance to make big profits. Now
a large- pliable handful of mud
in the ear of one of the fellows, and
was laughing at his plight, when I
saw pa coming down by the creek
with a loner, shanelv hapl-hrnsh
1.1 x i -
mat me cnance nas gone aeainst! .. s .-j
" y riiii i in n m n j ri i
The nlight had
They want thickened. Thpn it snddpnlv nwnrr-
me unuea states government to
them they are not game.
.help them out.
Senator Albert B. Fall, of New
Mexico is the war eagle of Congress.
A newspaper In his home state, the
Albuquerque "Journal," says of him:
"Senator Fall doesn't want peace
in Mexico. He was against Diaz and
for Madero until Madero won; he
was against Madero and for Orozco
until Madero was overthrown and
killed; he is against Huerta and for
Carranza now. Senator Fall is for
rebellion in Mexico. Why?"
The Nashville "Democrat" is
probably correct when it answers
this interrogation by pointing out
that the senator's Mexican mines
would be worth ten times as much
under an American protectorate.
Judging by the following from the
Sylvan Valley, X. C, News, they
must live long and stay young in
"Mr. L. M. Grant, a son of Mr. O.
P. Grant of Transylvania county,
"himself 61 years old, returned last
Tuesday to visit his old home on
King's Creek, near Brevard. Upon
arriving at the home of his father,
Mr. O. P. Grant, who is now 88 years
old, he found the old gentleman sit sit-tisg
tisg sit-tisg on the front porch nursing his
ed to me what pa had said at dinner.
I felt nonplused at myself for having
forgotten it, and decided to go to
some quiet spot and think it over
alone. With me to think was to act.
I acted with great celerity; it was
the best brand of clerity I had ever
I darted out through the under underbrush
brush underbrush toward my clothes, but some
unthinking person has removed my
raiment. The person had left no
clues. I would have been more con content
tent content if he had taken the clues and
left the clothes.
I must have clothes! What would
people think if they met me on the
moor with nothing on except a mud
bath? I wanted to save these peo people
ple people all the embarrassment I could, so
I streaked it for the house of a
neighbor. Here I intended to bathe
in the water tank and get enough
clothes to return home. But the
neighbor's dog did not know this; he
misunderstood my plans. He thought
I had designs on the house. But I
hadn t on a single design. All I had
on was a layer of gumbo and a
friendly mien. I had no place to put
my hands. The pockets of my friend friendly
ly friendly mien were missing.
The dog was a large, quick-tempered
creature and rushed at me im impulsively.
pulsively. impulsively. Without my trousers I
home city against the accusation of
political greediness as follows:
"Some thoughtless persons take
up the fight against Jacksonville,
which some Jacksonville politician,
who befouls his own nest, usually
starts and which is to create preju prejudice
dice prejudice against Jacksonville in every
political fight. The state of Florida
has a governor who is a south Flori Florida
da Florida man. a secretary of state who is
a west Florida citizen. The commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of agriculture, treasurer,
comptroller, state chemist attorney attorney-general,
general, attorney-general, adjutant-general and all the
members of the railroad commission
and its attorney are men who do not
live in Jacksonville. The great pa-,
tronage pie when it was cut by the
government furnished no slice to a
Jacksonville man. Every appoint-,
ment given out by the governor (and!
there were many of them) have been
handed out to men who did not live
in Jacksonville. When Uncle Sam:
was ready to do stunts at the pie
counter he gave Senators Fletcher
and Bryan the knife and the result
was as follows: Collector of inter-;
nal revenue went to Marianna, col-(
lector of customs to Apalachicola,:
United States attorney to Tampa and;
the United States marshal is to go to
Lakeland. Thus, when people think;
it is perfectly plain that when It!
comes to state or federal pie, the(
rest of the state has Jacksonville;
beat a mile. Of course the talk about'
Jacksonville getting everything isj
only to deceive the ignorant, as Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville hasn't had a look in in state
offices and Fletcher and Bryan have
both turned Jacksonville men down
just because they are Jacksonville
men. The talk about "Jacksonville,"
however, usually comes from a Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville man who is usually prompt prompted
ed prompted by some political scheme."
What is the difference between
berth and death? Not much, if it's
in a sleeping car designed on the
kindling wood plan. St. Petersburg
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I am neither a philanthropist or a magazine dealer.
My business is the selling of good clothes. But there is
a good clothes message in the center of this week's
Saturday Evening Post ( Sept. 13th ) so vital that I am
determined to have every good clothes-buyer in this
town read it so far as I can make that possible.
A WONDERFUL CLOTHES
So I have accordingly bought a
quantity of S. E. Posts at the full re retail
tail retail price and every man who calls
this week will get a copy FREE with
I don't claim that I am giving
away a fortune when I present a
copy of the Post. But I do claim
that if you will read carefully the
wonderful double page ad. that the
Royal Tailors have inserted in this
issue you will save yourself hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of dollars on your clothes pur purchases
chases purchases in years to come besides get getting
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Do you wonder that I am willing
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And don't hesitate to come In and
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ed solicited you won't be importuned. Just
ask for the Post and you'll get it
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There are plenty of good stories
and articles in the Sept. 13th Post.
Yes I'll admit I am willing to fea feature
ture feature the sugar coating to get you
to read the Post this week. For once
you see the big Royal ad you'll con consider
sider consider your clothes problems settled
for life and we'll both be glad I
spent the nickel.
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We have just received the most complete line of Shirt Waists in the newest creations ever brought to
Ocala. We have them in linen, Net and Silk, the latest designs in colors with Persian trimmings and or ornaments.
naments. ornaments. We invite your inspection.
Giver of Good Values
Giver of Good Values
THE OCALA EVENING STAII. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12.. t9't3
Soda crackers are more nu nutritive
tritive nutritive than any other flour
food. Uneeda Biscuit are
the perfect soda crackers.
Though the cost is but five
cents, TJneeda Biscuit are
too good, too nourishing, too
crisp, to be bought merely
as an economy.
Buy them because of their fresh freshness
ness freshness because of their crispness
because of their goodness because
of their nourishment.
Always 5 cents. Always fresh,
crisp and clean.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
CH ILimEX WILL HAVE
THKIH 1XXIXG AT THE
In arranging for the great ebautau ebautau-pua
pua ebautau-pua to be held here in the spring,
it has not been the idea of the board
oi trade to present only those things
for the pleasure and benefit of the
adult. Too little do we think of the
kiddies in our preparation for ""good
times," but in this forward move movement,
ment, movement, the Chautauqua, which the
board of trade is bringing here for
the universal uplift of the commun community
ity community as a whole, much will be provide!
for all the youngsters. They are a
vital part of the true Chautauqua and
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE Two choice corner
lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar
gain. Apply at Star office. 8 2S-tf j
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and j
motor boats at. bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on eay!
monthly payment plan. Get our j
proposition before buying or-jou will!
re&ret it, also bargains in used j
motorcycles. Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose atamp for renly. Address. Lock I
they will have their own special fea- Box n Trenton. Mich. 7-lS-tf
itures in the assembly next winter. j
This department will be termed FOR SALE White oak hall tree
the Junior Chautauqua. As it is sole-'and hat rack; has mirror, umbrella
ly for the inspiration and uplift of j rack, etc. Cheap for cash. Apply
the child, it will be kept separate and Star office. 8-2S-12t
distinct from the heavier features
capable of being grasped only by the! FOR SALE A brand new visible
"grown-ups," so that the little folks typewriter, a forty-acre farm near
will not be interferred with and their Ocala; tw well drilling machines,
time enroached upon. A special hour one horse and new set of horness.
will be set apart during the after-! Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
noon. Of course the children will Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
be greeted at the sessions of the big Fla. 8-19-lm
Chautauqua and their reduced child's
tickets will admit them to all ses-' ro: SALE A small cottage, good
sions, but the junior Chautauqua i3'locaton; cash and time; bargain if
their special department and moth- taken quick- Address' Cottage care
tne uiar. y-u-ut
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Eslimate on Your xthe attend each junior Chautauqua proved property. half cash balance
ers are urged to supply their little
ones with children's tickets and have
FOR SALE Big bargain in unim-
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee To Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
x luJ1'UUBUl on easy terms. Addhess, Box 1C4,
.J. I feature of the Chautauqua and much c-t 9-G-6t
y!will be said and done duringthese
hours to please the children and in-
. 'spire them with high ideals. Tickets man who is thoroughly familiar with
Xjwill be sold at half price for the a Shay locomotive, can get a position
children, so no parent will have an by applying to the undersigned. Only
adequate excuse tor denying their a first class man who knows his bus
little ones the privilege of the chau- ineSs need annlv. R. J. Rivers.
Am wre employ none but experts we are In position to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we construct to stand the Inspection of the most
rigid Inspectors. It costs nothing to get our figures and yon are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.
The junior department will be in
a nf rtry r,tr viz-v -f ? t V . e
ac KJL Clii CA;ci L, 111 tllC (JCiaUU Ul
v Mrs. Lydia W. Locklin:
kindergartener, author and poet.
During these hours Mrs. Lockling
will talk to the little folks in a way
own. She will tell them many
wonderful tales, all in a way the'
can easily understand and eniov.
Ibhe will tell them about the fairies;
M. W. TUCKER
WANTED A second hand ice
box; one that will hold 100 pounds!
oi: ice; must be in good repair and j
at reasonable price. Address S. K.
L., care tSar. 9-3-6t-" i
r.iW M strikes Z
j HOUSE WANTED Wanted to
rent, a modern six or seven room
: residence; must be in good location!
i .... . i
Ishe will talk to them about the sua in nrst ciass condition. Apply
Bible: she will tell them taips nf bi-'t L- O. Tyler, Ocala, House. 9-2-Ctd
1 ill :j&m$
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9-4-tf
MONEY WANTED $3000 wanted
on gilt-edged real estate security.
Address, Money, care Star. 9-G-4t
L. C. Smith & Bros.
Ball Bearing, Lonj Wearing Typewriter
Think of everything that is modern and useful in
typewriter construction then add twenty to thirty
per cent, for increased efficiency due to ball bearings
The L C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
It's compact, complete, easy to operate, durable and
proof against inexperience and carelessness.
. Ball Bearings permit closer adjustments without bind
ing than any other form of bearing. Expressed in human
effort, this means that the operator can do more work
better work, with the least physical and mental
Mail this Coupon checking tht kind of work you have to do:
Gentlemen :I am interested in a Typewriter for
General Correspondence Card Writing
Tabulating Label Writing
tory, all -in an astonishingly clear
manner capable of being grasped by
the child mind She will do many many-things
things many-things that will make the chidren
love her and stimulate them towards
the wholesome things of youthful
life. Mrs. Lockling's department is
intended for the children up to ten
years. For the older children there
will be held an oratorical contest TABLE BOARD Can supply
The winner of this contest will be ble board for two young men or for
awarded a handsome gold medal by man and wife in private family;
the Christian Culture Institution. 'room in house or immediate neigh neigh-The
The neigh-The winning of this medal will mean borhood. Address, Table Board, care
a great deal not only to the child, Star. 9-6- 6t
but the adult who has had the con-'
testant in charge during the prepar-J WANTED To rent, two or three
ation for the contest. The speakers rooms for housekeeping, or cottage;
will be marked strictly according to 'couple without children. Address
the rules governing such contestsjB12X, Star. 7-S-6t
and the speaker to whom the prize
is awarded will win it on his or her LOST' STRAYED OR STOLEN
merits. Careful preparation is there-lA light sorrel mare with flax mane
fnfA Paeon 1 1 n 1 o nrl nrnennvfirn tllld t3.il White StST
testants should begin to prenare at
1913-Fall and WMfer-1914
tail; white star in face; two
years and five months old. A lib-
nnna frvr. tha ntn.t r,,i v, -5i leTal reward for return to J. J. Gas-
w i 1 111V .UlUtOl, 1.1 il VI c:i LliCT guiu
ance of their school teacher. Any
subject may be chosen, but the
markings will be made on the man
ikin, Sparr, Fla.
FOR RENT New five room cot-
To L C SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Beat Office art Factory at Syraaee. K I
14 W. Forsyth St.,
o06 Florida Ave.,
ner in which the speaker handles thei t. 0. A.
, , 'South Sixth and Tuscawalla streets;
subject. Each school or grade should: t ,. ,
. .... , .'electric lights, bath room and other
have its candidate and these should ; .
. modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
uc siimucieu uuvvn uuriiig ine winter
to three to appear on the platform
of the Chautauqua for the final con contest
test contest for the medal. This final con contest
test contest will be delivered from the junior
Chautauqua platform before both
juniors and seniors.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Haycraft at Haycraft & Camp's mil mil-jlinery
jlinery mil-jlinery store 9-S-6t
STENOGRAPHER WANTED At
once for 30 to 60 days. Possible
-permanent position if competent.
3S9 or 342. 9-10-3t
SITUATION WANTED By an
able-bodied and intelligent man, able
and willing to do any work. Has
Ibeen in the sawmill business and is
A group of board j familiar with machinery, and will
of trade secretaries are making an
effort to get up a "Booster Trin" toitake an-v Position offering a fair re
R. C. MUNCASTER
Ocala House Block
travel from Florida to Chicago in a jmuueidnuu.
special train, distributing literature jca'a' Fa'
en route. This is all very good, butj-"
hnw tnanv nenulp would a lot of ulv FOR RENT
- i i - i
men attract to Florida? Why
not for light housekeeping, consisting of
select a hundred towns in Florida,
let each town select its most beauti beautiful
ful beautiful young woman, let the towns give
these girls the trip and the literature
to hand out? It would not be neces necessary
sary necessary to send the girls away from the
Icars. People would flock to the sta stations
tions stations and wait for handouts from
,the Florida beauties. It would be al al-most
most al-most impossible for men to get the
! people to accept their literature.
The girls could give away irainloads!
of it. Every man within a hundred
'miles of the route who had any
j gumption whatever would go to see
the display. And its only men with
i gumption that Florida wants.
three rooms and bath; city and
tern water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen,
1 S. 5th St. 9-10-6
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE!
CHAPTER NO. 13, li. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi
dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Citv Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Citv Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works ..
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
On display will be all that is New and
Authentic in Men's Suitings and Overcoat Overcoatings
ings Overcoatings for the coming season.
We Bid you welcome, one and all, and
assure you of an interesting exhibition.
TO YOUR MEASURE,
IN ANY STYLE
500 Nifty Patterns on Display.
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed.
A WORD OF THANKS
We take this opportunity to
thank .the citizens of Ocala for
their liberal support. We have
tried hard to earn it on the mer merit
it merit of our merchandise and ser service,
vice, service, and, thanks to your good
judgment, we have succeeded.
We appreciate your patronage,
and cordially invite you to call
again. Our Fall and Winter
line is most complete and we
can serve you as in the past.
Between our garments and the
ordinary tailor's product is,
that we give each order our in individual
dividual individual attention, making them
up according to your personal
instructions and your own
ideas. Our facilities are such
that we do positively give you
as good a suit for $15 as others
ask $23 to $35 and often $40
for. Stop in Saturday you
will not be urged to buy.
Clothes Bought of Us Are Pressed
FREE OF CHARGE.
Carn BIdg. l Ocala, Fla.
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The gdods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BURNETT
Akin ttts Plumber
Is now prepared to g;ve you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
J. W. AKIN
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala. Fla.
DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHIJOXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Offlce, No. S33. Dr McCIane'a Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7. Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any item3 for this department call phone 100)
Informal Dance for Misses Rurkheiin
Miss Mozelle Burkheim of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Miss Maggie Lytle of Stan Stanton,
ton, Stanton, were guests of honor last eve evening
ning evening at a very delightful summer
dance given at the home of their
hostess, Miss Josie Bullock, on S.
Third street. It was strictly informal,
the young men being invited to obtain
partners and drop in for the evening.
Mr. Raymond Bullock assisted his
sister in the duties of hostess and
Mrs. J. II. Strunk, in the absence of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock, chaperoned.
The entire lower floor of the res-;
idence, which opens en suite, was
converted into a dance hall, the rus j
being rolled back, and the veranda j
Tas used as a promenade. Ice cold j
grapejuice was served during the
evening, and dancing continued until
Enjoying this lavely affair were a
dozen or more couples which includ included
ed included several of the college set who will
leave shortly after spending their va vacation
cation vacation at home.
Miss Agnes Harris, who has often
visited Ocala in the interest of the
Woman's Club and the tomato can canning
ning canning club work, has returned to Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee and is ready to begin her
duties s s director of the home eco economics
nomics economics 'epartment of the Florida
State Col'ege for Women. Miss Har Harris
ris Harris taught the same sub'ect in the
Johns Hopkins Unherrity, Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. Mr. William X. Gramling, Jr., of
Waycross, Ga., whose critical illness
was mentioned In these columns,
died at his home Wednesday, the
cause being appendicitis. Less than
two months ago Mr. Gramling was a
guest in the home of Mrs. S. A. El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, and his many friends among the
school set join with his host of
friends at home in extending deep deepest
est deepest sympathy to the bereaved par parents.
ents. parents. Mrs. Frank Harris and handsome
grandson, Master Harris Powers, ar arrived
rived arrived home, yesterday from the
mountains of North Carolina. They
Fere located at Busbee Hall and
maae irequenc irips io points or in interest
terest interest nearby, -including ,AsheviIle.
Mr. Harris joined his wife two weeks
ago and accompanied' her home.
uioocs uwiii auu J-rciiif liiilUaSluu,
accompaniedby their father, Mr.
Henry LiVmgson, have gone to Orangeburg,-
S. c, to visit relatives,
after which he Mrs'ses Livingston
will go to Al&rJt'o spend the winter
with an aunt, and to attend school.
gston will lea his daugh-
f Miss Ernestine Brooks ha5--one to
ClearwgTfer to visit Miss Poly Mc Mc-Mullen.
Mullen. Mc-Mullen. IBelore returning Miss
Brooks will 'visijjher brother, Mr.
James BroofrsTin Tampa.
Mrs.. T. C. Luckie is expected home
tomorrow from a visit to her mother,
Mrs. Sheppard in Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. G. X. Mills of Berlin
spent the day in tovni shopping and
visiting with relatives.
Mrs. J. E. Johnson and little
daughter Sarah, returned last night
from several weeks absence, during
Quaker Rolled Oats
Kellog's Toasted Corn
Cream of Wheat
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
0. K. TEA-POT
which time they visited in Asheville.
X. C, and Swainsboro, Ga.
Mrs. George Hendree Harrison and
two interesting sons have gone to
Griffin, Ga., for a stay of several
weeks with Mrs. Harrison's mother,
Mrs. Watt. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Miss Donaldson Entertained
Miss Bess Donaldson, an attractive
visitor from South Carolina, who has
been the honor guest at several in informal
formal informal affairs, among which was a
house party given at Lake Weir by
her host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Walters, was again compli complimented
mented complimented last evening when Miss Edith
Williams, a member of the house
party, entertained in her honor. The
guests at this enjoyable affair includ included
ed included only the members of the house
party and the young men who motor motored
ed motored down to the lake in the evenings
to be with Mr. and Mrs. Walters.
Three tables were arranged for
cards and after spending an hour
and a half at that pleasant diversion,
the guests were served to a deli deli-ciously
ciously deli-ciously prepared supper, including
chicken purlo, sandwiches, pickles,
salad, olives, wafers, coffee and
Mrs. Gray Entertains in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Mrs. C. M. Gray gave a delightful
party yesterday afternoon at her
home, "Gray Oaks," on Lakeview
avenue in honor of her house guests,
Misses Alice and Mary Polk and
Frances Jordan. Old-fashioned
games, music, readings, and dancing
furnished the entertainment. Lemon Lemonade
ade Lemonade was served .through the after afternoon
noon afternoon and later ice cream and assort assorted
ed assorted cakes, followed by pink and green
mints, was served. In each mound
of ice cream was a small Japanese
silk fan for the favors. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times.
Mrs. Gray resided in Ocala for a
number of year3, her husband, the
late Rev. Gray, being rector of Grace
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E.
Harris this afternoon, a fine boy. Mr.
Harris is one of the Star's competent
young printers. He and his young
wife came here several months ago
from Jacksonville, bilt their old
home is in the valley of Virginia.
They are an estimable young couple,
and their friends warmly congratu congratulate
late congratulate them.
Mrs. Etta Robinson went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this afternoon, going espe especially
cially especially to be with Miss Elizabeth Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald during the absence of her
mother and brother, Mrs. W. K. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald and Mr. Darwin McDonald,
who will visit relatives in Monticello.
Miss Alice Sexton will join Mrs.
Robinson next week for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Xash will leave
Monday for Xew York, where they
will spend the next few weeks. Be Before
fore Before returning, Mr. Xash will pur purchase
chase purchase goods for his store.
Cardsy-feceived from Mr. and Mrs.
W. KjZewidski, Jr., who are tour touring
ing touring ihe Brftishf Isles; and the western
pari of EuTopA)n a' motorcycle, state
thafthe3"-TTfe7 envying the beauties
Mrs. W. W. Stripling and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Ellen, of Ocala, arrived Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and are guests of Mrs. Strip Stripling's
ling's Stripling's sister, Mrs. C. H. Campbell,
for a few weeks. DeLand Xews.
Mr. Henry Blount of Jacksonville,
who lived here several years ago
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Blount, has gone to Xew York for a
short visit before returning to the
University of Virginia at Charlottes Charlottesville.
ville. Charlottesville. Miss Emma Cannons of DeLand,
who has been in Europe all summer,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Cannons, reached Jacksonville today
; on the Lenape. They visited prac practically
tically practically all of the important counties
while away. Miss Cannons was an
attractive Christmas visitor to Ocala
winter before last.
Miss Anna McDowell of Ocala was
here yesterday for the purpose of
organizing a class in music. Citra
notes in Metropolis.
Miss Mary Gates returned this af
ternoon from her visit to friends in
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayo of Sum-
merfield were in the city today.
Mr. O. W. Cordero will go to Jack
sonville tomorrow, to accompany
home his wife and baby, who are
stopping with his parents on their
way home from the Carolinas.
Picnic to Lake and Silver Springs
Taking advantage of the last
Thursday afternoon holiday and the
ideal weather, combined with gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous moonlight nights, fourteen
formed a congenial party yesterday
going to Lake Weir early in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in a large auto truck. Swim Swimming
ming Swimming was indulged in and at early
twilght a beautiful picnic supper was
spread, after which the crowd return returned
ed returned horue anJ went to Silver Springs
to further enjoy the beauties of the
night. There the remainder of the
lunch was eaten. The party was
chaperoned by Miss Lillie Frost and
included Misses Sallie Bird Young,
Mary and Ruth Ervin, Mabel Batch Batch-elder,
elder, Batch-elder, Ethel and Sallie Mae Boring
of Waldo, Messrs. William and Leo
Rilea, Carl Frazier, Jack Fulcher,
Met Carter, Clarence Blalock and
Mr. Luffman of Sparr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sapp and child children
ren children returned this afternoon from
their visit to Ohio.
Miss Lulie Holder returned this
afternoon from heV visit to friends
Mrs. W. T. Cole returned today
from, three' months' pleasant visit to
old friends in South Carolina.
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
If you'll just make up your mind j
to get an early start this evening!
there is a splendid entertainment in j
store for you. The program at the
Temple for tonight is one of the best
3er; and, just think, after seeing
the entire show you will then have
ilenty of time to enjoy the band con concert
cert concert in the moonlight. Don't fail to
come early. Following is the pro-
Behind a Mask. Kline drama.
Phillips' March Engagement. An
Essanay comedy, and a good one.
The Artist's Oream. Pathe drama.
Brought to Bay. A splendid west
ern drama by the Kalem Co. Adv.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J., R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
Tennis rackets and balls at The
Murray Company. 9-ll-3t
L j i I
J . i: V..
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The Cocoa that is ALL COCOA
Until you have tried this you have not
yet tasted the most exquisitely flavored
Cocoa on the market.
Absolutely Pure, Therefore Economical.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Cotton Plant, Sept. 11. W. M.
Barco left Tuesday for his home at
Fort Green, after a week spent very
pleasatnly with his friends here.
Mr. J. P. Daniels was carried to
the Marion Conty Hospital Monday.
Mesdames A. W. Woodward and
W. M. Barco spent Monday with Mrs.
H. W. Long at Swiss Cottage.
Mrs. William Seckenger and moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Hood, of Martel, are spend spending
ing spending a few days with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds
motored out Tuesday evening and
spent the night with Judge and Mrs.
C. R. Veal.
The young folks and quite a crowd
of older folks sepnt a pleasant even evening
ing evening Tuesday at the church singing.
Mrs. W. M. Barco and two attract attractive
ive attractive little girls left Wednesday for
Ocala to spend a few days, thence to
Terrell for a visit with her sister,
Mrs. C. P. Pillans.
PHI SIGMA FEMALE COLLEGE
902 Fort King Ave. Ocala, Florida
OPENS SEP. 29 E0R THIRD ANNUAL TERM
RATES: $8.50 FER MONTH. TERMS IN ADVANCE.
t This school will properly train and educate young ladies and girls
, in a practical useful course for higher and better life. We solicit
..the attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance thera
trapidly and thoroughly, making the work in school a pleasure as
4 well as an elegant means of culture.
We have agreed to take a few small boys about 12 years of age lu
X our primary and preparatory department.
j, Young men's classes from 2 to 5 p. m. or from 7:30 to 9:30 at
night. Best attention and thorough teaching.
PIIOXK iiHH FOR CATALOG.
DON'T LET BABY SUFFER WITH
ECZEMA AXI SKIN ERUPTIONS
Babies nee a perfect skin-covering.
Skin eruptions cause them not
only intense suffering but hinder
their growth. DR. HOBSOVS ECZ ECZEMA
EMA ECZEMA OINTMENT -can be relied on
for relief and permanent cure of suf suffering
fering suffering babies whose skin eruptions
have made their life miserable. "Our
baby was afflicted with breaking out
of. the skin all over the face and
scalp. Doctors and skin specialists
failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment "and were overjoy overjoyed
ed overjoyed to see baby completely cured be before
fore before one box was used," writes Mrs.
Strubler, Dubuque. Iowa. All drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. 50 cents. Tydings
& Co., Ocala, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
St. Louis, Mo., Philadelphia, Pa ad
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Gallow-y, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carml
chael, Ocala: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W T. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson. Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitrh. Blitchton: J. S. Grantham.
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
GEO. C. and MRS. G. C. LOONEY,
! Florida's Largest and Best Year
j Round Hotel
I The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
: Home Hotel of the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
No matter what it is you have to sell, or what
is you want an ad in our Unclassified Column
ill bring the desired results.
THE OCAK1 EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913
CAHMICHAEL REPLIES TO
; LIGHT'S "llilliy FOR
!: MORE IHFQRMATIQfJ"
In your weekly and daily issups of
J tEe past, week there appeared an arti arti-J
J arti-J cle headed, "If He is Wrong, Light
Want sto Know Why." This article
I"- Purported to be written by Mr. Light,
the statesman from Reddick, who afc
tempted to give 'light' on the subject
of whether prohibition was a goodj
thing or not by some comparisons he
has made relative to different coun counties
ties counties in this state as to population,
mlllage and assessed valuations.
There is an old saying that "figures
will not lie but Is nevertheless
true that a nprson ran n arrant M
figures that they will cohvpv but halfiing tne fact tnat Alachua county has
the truth to the people.
The writer of this article was nev never
er never very favorably impressed with the
habit of knocking one's own county,
f. as Mr. Light does, for he has always
I believed that Marion county 'was the
j best county In the best state in the
ucai iittiiuii oi me wunu, aiiu it occa occasion
sion occasion should ever arise when,t". Jie
thought that taxation was unnecessar unnecessarily
ily unnecessarily high in this county, or the popula-
rJion at a standstill, and the county
X going to the "bow-wows," as Mr. Light
f suggests, for any reason, he would,
like the Arab, fold his tent and silent silently
ly silently steal away to another and a better
county, rather than stay in his own
and pelt it with' brick-bats of distort distorted
ed distorted figures.
Mr. Light attempts to show, by less
than a dozen cities in the state, wbicn
he picks out from the census reports
to suit his ov.T- purposes, that Ocala
has not increased in population as
fast as some other towns, comparing
Ocala with Lake City, Gainesville,
Tallahassee, and other places. The
few illustrations that Mr. Light, gives
totally failed to prove his contention,
because he has not given all of the
facts connected therewith. For in instance,
stance, instance, Columbia county, in which
Iake City Is located, and whichls
dry, had a population in 1900 of 17,
094, and ten years later had a popu population
lation population of 17.CS9. Leon county, in
which Tallahassee is located, had a
population in 1900 of 19,887, and in
1910, of only 19,427. These two coun counties,
ties, counties, which Mr. Light says prohibition
has helped so,, when compared with
St Johns or Dade counties, which
Ir. Light claims license has hurt so",
show that St. Johns county had a pop
ulation in 1900 of 9165, and in 1910
of 13.20S; and Dade county had a
population .in 1900 of 4955. and in
1910 of 11,933. r t;
For the information of Mr. Light
and the public, we refer to several
counties in the state where prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition has been in force for a number
of years, and to other counties where
prohibition has been unable to gain
Baker county dry, population in
1900, 4516; 1910, 4805. Brevard coun county,
ty, county, dry, population in 1900, 5158; 1910,
4717. Calhoun county, dry, popula popula-rm
rm popula-rm in imn. 5132.- 1910. 7465. Citrus
f county, dry, population in 1900, 5391;
V 1910, 6731. Clay county, dry, popula popula-'
' popula-' tien in 1900, 5369; 1910, 6116. Wa Wakulla
kulla Wakulla county, dry, population in 1900,
5149; 1910, 4802. Hamilton county,
dry, population in 1900, 11,881; 1910,
11,825. Sumter county, dry, popula population
tion population in 1900, 6187; 1910, 6696. -';:
On the other hand, a glance at 'the
wet counties of the state show, that
the great growth of this statpj has
L ibeen almost entirely in the wet coun-
l Arties. ilV s
f Escambia county had in 1900 a pop
ulation of 28,313; in 1910, 38,029. Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough county, in 1900,' 36,013; in
1910, 78,348. Monroe county had in
1900, 18,006 population; in 1910, 21,-
And so the list goes of most of the
counties in the state, showing that the
greatest Increases have been In the
wetv mil nties. and the counties that
are at a standstill and the counties
that have decreased have been the
dry counties, and Mr. Light's effort
to pick out three or four of the cities
of this state and compare thewith
Ocala, to .Ocala's detriment, is1 unfair;
and does not state the fact correotly.
Mr. Light has attempted torfbraijare
Ocala and Marion county with Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Alachua .county, .'to Ocala's
and Marion county's detriment. The
facts of the case are thatiii J900
Alachua county had 32,245 poulaCion,
and In 1910 had 34,305, an increase of
barely over 2000 people, notwithstand
Ing the fact that in' that period the
University of Florida was moved to
. Gainesville, causing to move s; there
hundreds of people who would not
have otherwise settled there. We vent
ture the assertion that if the univer
sity had not been moved to Alachua
county that Alachua county .would
show an actual decrease in popula
tion- In the same period Marion coun
ty, without the aid of a university, in increased
creased increased over 2500 in population.
Mr. Light inquires why Gainesville
shows a greater increase in popula population
tion population than Ocala? I reply, solely be-
cause of the university. The same rea- earth, and whenever it falls my lot
son applies to DeLand, to Tallahas- j to lose faith in this, my county, I shall
see, and to Lake City, each of those certainly not be the one to stay with with-towns
towns with-towns being the center of some uni-jin its limits and continually knock it.
versity. But we again assert the fact
that notwithstanding that those coun counties
ties counties in which those towns are located
have remained practically at a stand standstill
still standstill in population.
It is mentioned in Mr. Light's arti article
cle article that the assessed valuations in
Marion county have not increased in
proportion to the assessed valuations
of three or four other counties in the
state which Mr. Light names of
course selecting those counties which
suit his purpose. Examining, howev-
er' his Comparisons between Marion
and Alachua counties in regard to as
sessed valuations, I desire to say that
the comptroller's report shows that
Alachua county has assessed $3,233,
110 of real estate, while Marion coun
ty ahs assessed $3,184,300 in real es-
tate' 0r nearIy aS much- notwithstand
bia ur eeveu mousauu more pepits
than Marion county. The public will
not be led astray by the argument
that Alachua county has increased its
valuations, because it is thoroughly
understood that valuations are placed
upon property by the tax assessors of
the various counties, and that when
additional revenue is needed, either
:the millage or the property valuations
may be raised. It becomes, then, very
evident why Alachua county has rais raised
ed raised its valuations so much; because,
after the saloons were driven out of
Alachua county, that county, needing
revenue, was forced either to raise its
millage or its valuations, and preferr preferred
ed preferred the latter course. But the few
counties that Mr. Light selects to
prove his contention do not, as a matter-of
fact, substantiate his point, be because
cause because the counties of the state, taken
as a whole, show just exactly what
itie population of the various counties
of the state, taken as a whole, show,
and that is that taxes are lower in the
wet' counties than in the dry counties.
For instance: Baker county, dry,
levies, 19 mills; Brevard county,
dry, levies 20 mills; Citrus county,
dry, levies 25 mills;
dry, levies 24 mills;
wet levies 17 mills;
ty, wet, levies 14
Escambia coun coun-mills;
mills; coun-mills; Franklin
county, wet, levies 11 mills; Hernan Hernando
do Hernando county, dry, levies 23 mills; Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson 'county, dry, levies 20 V2 mills;
Lee county, dry levies 23 mills; Man Manatee
atee Manatee county, dry, levies 26 mills; Nas Nassau
sau Nassau county, wet, levies 11 mills; Pas Pasco
co Pasco county, dry, levies 22,2 mills; Put Putnam
nam Putnam county, dry, 21 mills; St. Johns
county,- wet, 18; mills;' St. --Lucie
county, dry, levies 26 mills. In ad ad-ditio'n
ditio'n ad-ditio'n to that, Mr. Light has failed to
take into consideration that in the
dry counties much larger license fees
are paid. Marion county pays half as
much taxes in licenses alone as
Alachua pays on real estate to the
state of Florida, and about four times
as much license fees as Alachua coun
ty "pays. Therefore, when Mr. Light
attempts, by three or four illustra illustrations
tions illustrations of towns in which are located
colleges, which have been placed
there within the last ten years, to
show that Ocala and Marion county
are not on a par with those counties,
he has failed to give all the facts In
connection with the case, which prove
just exactly the reverse of what Mr.
Light, is attempting to prove.
Why did not Mr. Light mention in
his summary of the conditions in this
state the statistics as given above in instead
stead instead of taking a few illustrations
which suited his purpose? Is it that
Mr. Light in his wisdom and his
searches into the facts and figures of
taxation, overlooked these matters, or
was it because he thought that his ar
ticle would be unanswered, and the
real facts given? We cannot say.
But, at any rate, I assert that the
comptroller's report and the census
report all prove that prohibition has
not only not benefited any county in
which it exists, but has been a detri
ment and injury to that county.
Briefly, in conclusion, It is men
tioned In Mr.' Light's article that Ma Marion
rion Marion county's expenses for court costs
are greater than that of dry counties,
and to prove that he compares Ma
rion with Alachua and with Ley coun counties.
ties. counties. Possibly Mr. Light was ignorant
ot the fact that in the last two years
Marion county has been put to the
expense of several thousand dollars
In the trial of one or two cases alone,
the chief among which was the Wa Waterman
terman Waterman trial, not in any way caused
by Marion county being a wet county.
He neglects to mention the fact that
within recent months Lake county, a
dry county, has been put to the ex expense,
pense, expense, in one case, of more money
than Marion county pays out in an en entire
tire entire year in court costs, namely the
Hough case, caused by drinking blind
I desire to say, as' I said In the be beginning,
ginning, beginning, that I believe that this coun county,
ty, county, with its fine progressive spirit,
with its magnificent public buildings,
including a new court house, a new
jail, and other public buildings, with
a greater mileage of hard roads than
any dry county in Florida, with its
general freeness from crime, and its
high moral tone, is the best county in
the best state in the best nation on
This county was prosperous before
the freeze, and overcame a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous set-back when its orange groves
were devastated. This city has been
ravaged by fire, by bank failures and
other catastrophes, and yet we have
grown to be a prosperous and a thriv thriving
ing thriving city, talked of favorably by all
throughout the state, and I have no
hesitancy in predicting that if Marion
county stays in the wet column that
it will continue to grow and continue
to lead the other counties of this state
in business, in morals, in progressive progressive-ness
ness progressive-ness and in thrift. Let us all pull to together
gether together for a splendid countj and let
us make her the richest and proudest
county in the state, intsead of using
her for personal political aggrandize aggrandizement
ment aggrandizement with prohibition as the stepping stepping-stone
stone stepping-stone to some selfish end.
C (ED) CAR-MICHAEL.
P. S. Since writing the above, the
following letters and telegrams have
been received from Pensacola, Plant
City, St. Petersburg, Miami, giving the
statistics of those cities which are
"wet," and showing their great
Dear Sir i am requested by the
mayor to say that owing to the city
offices being closed for a half holiday
on Saturday that the Information ask asked
ed asked for by you could not be obtained
until this morning, and he has wired
you this a. m., as follows:
Assessed valuation, 1903, $6,950,920,
based on 70 per cent, valuation.
Assessed valuation, 1912, $15,675, $15,675,-840,
840, $15,675,-840, based on 60 per cent, valuation.
Population in 1903 was 19,521, and
in 1912, 29,510.
JOHN G. WARD,
Miami, Fla., Sept. 6, 1913.
C. Carmichael, Ocala, Fla.:
Ten years ago the property valua
tion was $580,000; population, 3200;
Regretting that the delay was una
voidable, I am,
present valuation, based upon one-
third value, $5,000,000; population, 15,-
J W. WATSON, Mayor.
St. Petersburg, Fla., Sept. 6, 1913.
C. Marmichael, Ocala, Fla,:
Population in 1900, 1575; in 1913,
8500. Valuation, $S72,147 in 1903;
valuation in 1913, $C,179,S45.
J. G. BRADSHAW, Mayor.
Plant City, Fla., Sept. 6, 1913.
C. Carmichael, Ocala, Fla.:
Population ten years ago about 1100,
records all burned. Assessed valua
tion in 1907, $300,000; population,
1800. Present assessed valuation,
$S0O,00O, real value $3,000,000, ,and
population not less than 4000.
W. B. HERRING, Mgr.
LOY'Ati ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
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Strolling through the woods or clear clearing
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You can get S. S. S. in any drug
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Swift Laboratory in Atlanta. Ga, pre prepares
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ANDERSON SEEKS TO RECOVER
FROM ESTATE OF ANGIER
For legal services rendered during
rhe lifetime of Jonathan C. Angier,
for which it is alleged no compensa compensation
tion compensation has been received, Herbert L.
Anderson, one of the prominent at attorneys
torneys attorneys of the city, has filed a suit
for $12,000 damages against Henry
C. Saterfield. as administrator, and
Lydia A. Angier, as administratrix.
of the estate of Johnathan C. Angier,
deceased. In the declaration, which
was filed, together with the praecipe
for summons ad respondenrum, it is
stated that Johnathan C. Angier
died on October 25, 1911, and that
services were rendered to Angier,
during his lifetime, which amounted
to $8,929.10, but which have never
been paid. Jacksonville Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. CITI'A
Citra, Sept. 12. Miss Clara Belle
Smith left Sunday for Chicago, to
enter the Methodist training school
to prepare for missionary work.
Harry Borland of Beaver, Fla., is
here to spend the winter. Mrs. Bor
land and little son, James, wilV come
in a lew weeks.
Jack Williams left this morning
for Indian Springs.
Mrs. Fishback and children of In Indiana
diana Indiana are the guests of Mrs. Rowell.
Mrs. Melton and three children are
visiting relatives at Dawson, Ga.
C. W. White of New York is here
for a few days.
Mr. Ed. L. Wartmann came home
for a few days from Atlanta. Mr.
Wartmann says he came home espe especially
cially especially to cast his vote to help carry
Marion county dry.
Miss Byrd Wartmann of Ocala is
spending a while with her brothers
Miss Anna McDowell of Ocala was
nere yesieraay lor tne purpose
organizing a class in music.
STAV ON YOUR FEET
Taking Calomel Means Staying Home
for the Day Take Dodson's Liver
Tone and Save a Day's Work.
If an attack of constipation or bil biliousness
iousness biliousness hits you, there's no need to
take a dose of calomel and spend at
least a day getting over the effects of
it. The Court Pharmacy sells the
liver tonic, Dodson's Liver Tone,
that takes the place of calomel and
starts lazy liver without any bad
Dodson's Liver Tone does all the
good thai; calomel ever" did, yet it is
absolutely harmless to young people
and old. It is a pleasant-tasting veg vegetable
etable vegetable liquid that will relieve consti constipation
pation constipation or sour stomach or other trou troubles
bles troubles that go along with a lazy liver,
without restriction of habit or diet.
You don't leave off any of the things
you regularly do when you take
Dodson's Liver Tone.
The Court Pharmacy sells Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone and give it a strong
rersonal guarantee. They say, "A
large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
sells for 50 cents, and we will hand
any person back his 50 cents if he
tries a bottle and doesn't say that it
does all that calomel ever does and
does it pleasantly. Get the genuine
Dodson's Liver Tone and if you are
not pleased with it we will give your
money back with a smile." Adv 24
Reddick, Sept. 11. Miss Emma
Vidall, of Gainesville, was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Cromartie last week.
Miss Georgia Long, of Ocala, is the
guest of Misses Ruth Light andAnna
Sherouse this week.
Some of Reddick's most popular
young ladies were shopping in Mic Mic-anopy
anopy Mic-anopy last Wednesday.
School opened last Monday with a
Miss Nannie Jones left last week
for her home in Rochele.
Some of the young people at this
placeattended the picnic at Sparr
Mr. A. C. Maddox and sons, Clar Clarence
ence Clarence and Marshall, were visitng
friends at Decomerlast Friday and
Miss Katie Stuman returned to her
home in Gainesville Wednesday, af after
ter after a few days spent with Mr. and
Mrs. R. N. Johnson.
Miss Ruby Johnson is in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville having some dental work done.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Young, is quite ill. We
all wish for a speedy recovery.
Mr. A. Sherouse visited friends at
Miss Hattie Friday returned to her
home in South Carolina last Friday,
after a visit spent with her grother,
Mr. S. L. Friday.
Mr. Glover Denham had a very
painful accident last Thursday while
working on a house. The rafters
gave away and he fell seventeen feet.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Row were
shopping in Ocala last week.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at oace the wonderful old reliable DR.
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It puts life in a torpid liver, helps digestion, sweetens the breath, clears
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402-404 S. 31ain Street Thont 101.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh that
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Take Hall's Family Pill3 for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv
Let your heartiest meal be at night,
or whenever your work for the day
Is over. Fruit, toast, soft boiled eggs
and oatmeal make a good breakfast.
When the intermission between hours
of labor is short no heavy food should
be taken into the stomach. Hundreds
of persons who eat heartily and return
to work almost immediately afterward
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Good Dr. Josiah Oldfield has discov discovered
ered discovered that "although rr.urriages are
made in heaven, they an too often
marred at the breakfast table." But
we find that they are still oftener
marred at the dinner table. This is be because
cause because of small platters. Statistics
teach us that 9.4 husbands out of ev every
ery every ten carve on platters so ruinous
to tablecloths, shirt fronts, coiffures,
"wall paper, ceilings and the moral na nature
ture nature of man, woman and child that the
only logical consequence is dispute.
All those who have a torpid liver,
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and purify the stomach and bowels.
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Three days later Tyron Dunham en entered
tered entered the office of Judge Blackwell by
appointment. After the business was
completed the Judge said with a
smile. "Well, our mystery is solved.
The little girl is all safe. She tele telephoned
phoned telephoned me just after you had left the
other day, and sent her maid after her
hat. It seems that while she stood
by the window, looking down into the
street, she saw an automobile contain containing
ing containing some of her friends. It stopped
at the next building. Being desirous
of speaking with a girl friend who was
seated in the auto, she hurried out to
the elevator, hoping to catch them.
The elevator boy who took her down downstairs
stairs downstairs went off duty immediately,
which accounts for our not finding any
trace of her, and he was kept at home
by illness the next morning. The
young woman caught her friends, and
they insisted that she should get in
and ride to the station with one of
them who was leaving the city at
once. They loaned her a veil and a
wrap, and promised to bring her right
back for her papers and other posses possessions,
sions, possessions, but the train was late, and
when they returned the building was
closed. The two men who called for
her were her brother and a friend of
bis, it seems. I must say they were
not so attractive as she is. However,
tbe mystery is solved, and I got well
laughed at by my wife for my fears."
But the young man was puzzling
how this all could be if the hat be belonged
longed belonged to the girl he knew to "Mary."
When he leff the Judge's office, he
went to his club, determined to have
a little quiet for thinking it over. He
was annoyed when the office-boy ap appeared
peared appeared to tell him there were some
packages awaiting him in the office.
"Bring them to me here, Henry."
The boy hustled away, and soon
came back, bearing two hat-boxes
one of them in a crate and the heavy
With a start of surprise, Dunham
sat up In his comfortable chair.
"Say, Henry, those things ought not
to come In here." He glanced anxious anxiously
ly anxiously about, and was relieved to find that
there was only one old gentleman in
the room, and that he was asleep.
"Suppose we go up to a private room
Let Himself Silently Into the House.
with them. Take them out to the ele elevator,
vator, elevator, and I'll some In a moment."
"All right, sah."
"And say, Henry, suppose you re remove
move remove that crate from the box. Then
it won't be so heavy to carry."
"All right, sah. I'll be thah in jest a
The young man hurried out to the
elevator, and he and Henry made a
quick ascent to a private room. He
gave the boy a round fee, and was left
in quiet to examine his property.
As he fumbled the strings of the
first box his heart beat wildly, and he
felt the blood mounting to his face.
Was he about tor solve the mystery
which had surrounded the girl In
whom his interest had now grown so
deep that he could scarcely get her
out of his mind for a few minutes at
But the box was empty, save for
some crumpled white tissue-Daner. He
took up the cover in perplexity and
saw his own name written by him himself.
self. himself. Then he remembered. This was
the box he had sent down to the club
by the cabman, to get it out of hi 3
way. Ee felt disappointed, and turned
quickly to the other box and cut the
cord. This time he was rewarded by
seeing the great black hat, beautiful
and unhurt in spite ef its journey to
Chicago. The day was saved, and
also the reputation of his mother'3 through some unaccountable mix-up.
maid. But was there no word from lVs to bad 1 couldn't have found it
the beautiful stranger? He searched I before and so saved you a lot of wor wor-hurriedly
hurriedly wor-hurriedly through the wrappings, rv- But vou are one na tbe richer for
pulled out the hat quite unceremoni- J lt for 1 Paid tne bm yesterday. Please
ously, and turned the box upside down, accept it with my compliments." -but
nothing else could be found. Cornelia exclaimed with delight over
Then he went at the suit-case. Yes, the recovered hat
there was the rain-coat. He took it i "But bow in the world could it have
out triumphantly, for now his mother ?ot into your closet, Tryon? Tf
, could say nothing, and, moreover, was
not his trust in the fair stranger jus justified?
tified? justified? He had done well to believe
in her. He began to take out the other
garments, curious to see what had
been there for her use.
A long, golden brown hair nestling
on the collar of the bathrobe gleamed
in a chance ray of sunlight. He looked
at it reverently, and laid the garment
down carefully, that it might not be
disturbed. As he lifted the coat, he
saw the little note pinned to the lapel,
and seized it eagerly. Surely this
would tell something!
But no, there was only the message
that she had arrived safely, and her
thanks. Stay, she had signed her
name "Mary." She had told him he
might call her that. Could it be that
it was her real name, and that she
had meant to trust him with so much
of her true story?
He pondered the delicate writing of
the note, thinking how like her it
seemed, then he put the note in an In Inner
ner Inner pocket and thoughtfully lifted out
the evening clothes. It was then that
he touched the silken lined cloth of
her dress, and he drew back almost
as if he had ventured roughly upon
something sacred. Startled, awed, he
looked upon it, and then with gentle
fingers lifted it and laid it upon his
Gradually, as he looked, the gown
told its own story, as she had thought
it would: how she had been obliged
to put on a disguise, and this was the
only way to hide her own dress.
'With a sigh, he carefully folded up
the cloth gown, wrapped It in folds of
tissue paper from the empty hat-box,
and placed it in his suit-case. Then
he transferred the hat to its original
box, rang the bell, and ordered the
boy to care for the box and suit-case
until he called for them.
During the afternoon he took oc occasion
casion occasion to run Into the Judge's private
office about some unimportant detail
of the business they were transacting,
and as he was leaving he said:
"By the way, Judge, who was your
young woman who gave you such a
fright by her sudden disappearance?
You never told me her name. Is she
one of my acquaintances, I wonder?"
"Oh, her name is Mary Weston,"
said the Judge, smiling. "I don't be believe
lieve believe you know her, for she was from
California, and -was visiting here only
for a few days. She sailed for Europe
the next day."
That closed the incident, and, so
far as the mystery was concerned,
only added perplexity to it.
Dunham purposely remained down downtown,
town, downtown, merely having a clerk telephone
home for him that he had gone out of
the city and would not be home until
late, so they need not wait up. He
did this because he did not wish to
have his mother or his sister ask him
any more questions about the missing
hat and coat. Then he took a twenty twenty-mile
mile twenty-mile trolley ride into the suburbs and
back, to make good his word that he
had gone out of town.
A little after midnight he arrived at
the club-house, secured his suit-case
and the hat-box, and took a cab to his
home. He left the vehicle at the cor cor-lest
lest cor-lest the sound of it waken his mother
He let himself silently into the
house with his latch-key, and tip tiptoed
toed tiptoed up to his room. The light was
burning low. He put the hat-box in
f the farthest corner of his closet, then
he took out the rain-coat, and, slipping
off his shoes, went softly down to the
In utter darkness he felt around and
finally hung the coat on a hook under
another long cloak, then gently re released
leased released the hanging loop and let the
garment slip softly down in an incon inconspicuous
spicuous inconspicuous heap on the floor. He stole
upstairs as guiltily as if he had been
a naughty boy stealing sugar. .When
he reached his room, he turned up his
light, and, pulling out the hat-box,
surveyed it thoughtfully. This was a
problem which he had not yet been
able to solve: How should he dispose
of the hat so that it would be discov discovered
ered discovered in such a way as to cast no fur further
ther further suspicion upon the maid?
He took the hat out and held it on
his hand, looking at it from different
angles and trying to remember Just
how the girl had looked out at him
from under its drooping plumes. Then
with a sigh he laid it carefully in Its
box again and went to bed.
The morning brought clearer
j thought, and when the summons to
breakfast pealed through the hall he
took the box boldly In his hand and
descended to the dining-room, where
he presented the hat to his astonished
"I am afraid I am the criminal, Cor Cornelia,"
nelia," Cornelia," he said in his pleasantest man manner.
ner. manner. "I'm sorry I can't explain just
how this thing got on my closet-shelf.
I must have put it there myself
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Impossible. I left it m my room, I
know I did, for I spoke to Norah about
it before I left. How do you account
"Oh, I don't attempt to account for
it," he said, with a gay wave of his
hand. "I've been so taken up with
other things this past week, I may
have done almost anything. By the
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to hear that Judge Blackwell has
made me a most generous offer of
business relations, and that I have de decided
cided decided to accept it."
Amid the exclamations of delight
over this bit of news, the hat was
forgotten for a time, and when the
mother and sister finally reverted to it
and began to discuss how it could
have gotten on the closet shelf, he
broke in upon their questions with a
"I should advise, Mother, that you
make a thorough search for your rain raincoat.
coat. raincoat. I am sure now that you must
have overlooked it. Such things often
happen. We were so excited the
morning Cornelia missed the hat that
I suppose no one looked thoroughly."
"But that is impossible, Tryon," said
his mother, with dignity. "I had that
closet searched most carefully."
"Nevertheless, Mother, please me by
looking again. That closet is dark, and
I would suggest a light."
He beat a hasty retreat, for he did
not care to be present at the finding
of the rain-coat.
"There is something strange about
this," said Mrs. Dunham, as with ruf ruffled
fled ruffled dignity she emerged from the hall
closet, holding her lost rain-coat at
arm's length. "You don't suppose your
brother could be playing some kind
of a joke on us, do you, Cornie? I
never did understand jokes."
"Of course not," said practical Cor Cornelia,
nelia, Cornelia, with a sniff. "It's my opinion
that Norah knows all about the mat matter,
ter, matter, and Tryon has been helping her
out with a few suggestions."
"Now, Cornelia, what do you mean
by that? You surely don't suppose
your brother would try to deceive us
his mother and sister?"
"I didn't say that, Mother," answer answered
ed answered Cornelia, with her head in the air.
"You've got your rain-coat back, but
you'd better watch the rest of your
wardrobe. I don't intend to let Norah
have free range in my room any
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