The Ocala evening star

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 20.
00 ALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1913
NO 97
MERPRISE OF HENRY M.
SIBERIAN COWS ID ARGENTINE STEERS iSQLDIERS HAD THE BEST
FLAGLER GOES M
OF A SCRAP WITH S
LIKELY TO UUT A DIG FIGURE IX REDUCING THE HIGH COST O'
LIVING

ARCHING Oil

M

II IPS WILL, CAIUiV RAILKOAD TRAIN'S UNBROKEN ACROSS THE
FLORIDA STRAITS

nasi open sej ram

World Has Even Seen Will Soon Ik?

In Operation Between Havana
and Key West

Jacksonville, Sept. 14. A special!
o the Metropolis says: The realiza-',

n of the late Henry M. Flagler's

hopes between Key West and Havana,

o that tourists might embark in a

Pullman car in Canada or the West, j

and never laave it until they have
Ciched Cuba, is to be realized a

J?w months after his death.
'From Philadelphia pomes the

news that the Florida East Coast
Railroad will let the contract this
week for the construction of two
steel ferry boats, at a cost of $2,000, $2,000,-000,
000, $2,000,-000, for service between the Florida

city and the capital of Cuba. This-

announcement js made through C. M.
Furstenau, representative of the
Florida East Coast Railroad.
It will be the first open sea ferry
in the world, and the distance be between
tween between its two termini, is 10.j miles.

MRS. GO DREE GUILTY" RUT
RECOMMENDED TO 3IERCY

Millen, Ga., Sept. 14. Mrs. Edna
Perkins Godbee. yesterday was found
guilty of the murder of Mrs. Flor Florence
ence Florence Godbee, wife of her divorced
husband. Mercy was recommended
by the jury. Judge Hammond sen sentenced
tenced sentenced Mrs. Godbee to imprisonment
fair life.

T

V

LEA R WATER TEA3I

DEFEATED TAM I'A-CURA

HELP THE HOUSE

Also the Man, and Incidentally the
Automobile
Summerfield Chronicle: Just now
the volunteer "good roads" builder
has taken .hold of the farmer and
merchant in almost every section of
the United States and Marion county
can beast of being the first county in
Florida to get the fever. The pre premier
mier premier volunteer road to be construct constructed
ed constructed will be the Blitchton-Ocala hard
road and the people of Marion must
give thanks to Secretary Roorfey for
starting the ball to rolling and for
his efforts in their behalf.
Now then, the second piece of
road to be built is that from Orange
avenue to Summerfield, thence to
South Lake Weir. After this road
is completed other roads will be built
as rapidly as the volunteers can
spare the time and it behooves 'ev 'every
ery 'every farmer for" several miles around
to come forward and help in this
greatest work. If every farmer in
this district will come and help build
this trunk road it will not be long
before every main. road or side road
will receive attention. The Chron Chronicle
icle Chronicle asks all to give their help either
personally or with teams or with
hired help. On with the fray and
conquer the sand with the hardening
substances. An old and worn horse
will -soon prick his ears and move
along like a young one.

People of the Steppes and Pampas Waiting Tariff Change to Flood

American Market with Their Products

HUNCH OF UNCLE SAM'S HOYS HAD A LIVELY LITTLE RATTLE OX
THE RORDER

New York, Sept. 15. Butter froni, Argentine beef that ever reached
Siberia and Australia is here in bond j New York was "brought here last
waiting to make its debut into the j week by the steamship Van Dycke,
American market along with Argen- Buencs Ayres. It consisted of 1,000

quarters. On account of high price
of domestic beef, the importers ex-

OHMS' AIM IS DEADLY

tine beef, which is soon expected.
A full thousand firkins of the Si

berian product firkins weighing s'pect to make a good profit on their;

venture.

PERKINS AND RROWN
WILL RE GIVEN THE PLUMS

about 144 pounds each are stored
in warehouses waiting the passage of
the new tariff bill which would re reduce
duce reduce the present six cents per pound
tariff cn butter to two and one-half

cents, i Tampa, Sept. 14. A special to
Delivered into the refrigerators the Tribune from Washington say6:
the Siberian butter has cost twenty Attorney General McReynolds has
and five-eights cents a pound and ad- decided to recommend J. B. Perkins,

Five f the Greasers Put Out of
Action at the First
Fire
San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 14.-Mn
a fight between United States sol soldiers
diers soldiers and Mexican smugglers at Car-

rizo Springs, Texas, yesterday, one ;
Mexican was killed, six Mexicans
wounded and fourteen captured. J
None of the pursuing party was
injured.

The soldiers came upon the Mexi-

JUSTICE FOR
JACKSONVILLE

Solicited by Dixie, Which Disputes
the Allegations of Seliishness
Rrought Against Its City

(Dixie)
I There seems to be an unfounded
i
(prejudice, fomented by some persons
iin the state nf Florida, hv which

ding the tax under the proposed tar- of Pensacola, as United States mar-j cans shortly after daylight a few jajcsonviue js severely criticised for
iff it would come to the dealer at shal for the- northern, and J. C. j miles from Alimito crossing 6t the .g more tan its share-o public
twenty-three and cne-eight cents, and Brown, of Lakeland, as marshal for j Rio Grande river and ordered them j 0ji?.-.jais in tne state
to be about five cents under the pre- the southern district of Florida. The to halt. An American who is the re-j his has been fanned into a flame
vailing prices for butter of similar decision was reached after a confer-j puted leader of the Mexicans but : v ,. ftrfi11L.,,. ,n ertri,a ea

grade from domestic dairies. ence between Mr. McReynolds and
The first commercial shipments of Senators Fletcher and Bryan.

1

Tampa Times: The Tampa-Cuba

aseball team made a trip over to

learwater-Thursday afternoon and

ere defeated 5 to 4. Escobal pitch

ed a great game for the locals, while!

IcMullen pitched a good game for

Clearwater. Clearwater has an e'x-

cellent team and has defeated some

of the best teams of this section this
season.

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PHOSPHATE CITY

WILL HAVE,' A PARK

THAW WILL RE
IN COURT TOMORROW
Colebrook, X. II., Sept. 14. The
perpetually recurring writ of habeas
corpus cropped up again yesterday
in Thaw's fight to resist extradition

from New Hampshire. This time,
! and for the first time in the history

of Thaw, the writ was issued by a
feieral court.
. United States Judge Aldrick of
tha district of Xew Hampshire, grant grant-el
el grant-el the application of three of the
Thaw lawyers, Martin, Shurtleff and
Olmstead, and made the writ return

able at Littleton, Tuesday.

whose name is unknown, refused to

halt and declared that his party

would never surrender. The soldiers j

were then ordered to open fire and
at the first volley one Mexican was
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shot dead, tour other apparently

y The council has taken another, vlVAlCK STOKM CAUSED DEATH

step for a better Dunnellon by pur purchasing
chasing purchasing several lots at the Withla-

ifUoochee river, between Ohio and

AND RUIN IN GOLDFIELD
GoldfieH, Nev., Sept. 14. Gold-

I Dougal avenue to be used as a pub- field was swept yesterday by a tor-

lie park. This is one of Florida's rent from a cloudburst that cost at
natural beauty vspots, and is capable least fiYe lives, carried away scores
of being transformed into a very of dwellings and damaging merchan merchan-pretty
pretty merchan-pretty park. dise estimated at $100,000.

H yyfU VS fJTti HrVt 471

FROM
Prohibitionists' Headquarters
OI Any Responsibility Whatever For
Circular Signed
"AN OLD PROPHET"

We, the committee having in charge the cam campaign
paign campaign being waged to vote Marion County dry,
hereby positively and unequivocally deny any re re-sponsibily
sponsibily re-sponsibily whatever for a campaign circular head headed
ed headed "Show This to Your Neighbor," signed "An
Old Prophet.
This circular was not sent out by our cam campaign
paign campaign committee andvwe have no knowledge what whatever
ever whatever as to its Author's Name, Where it was
Printed or by Whom Sent Out. We indig indignantly
nantly indignantly deny any responsibilty for it to any extent
W. D.- CARM Chairman

.T.vGARY. Vice Chin.

and the brand of such absolute un unfairness
fairness unfairness to this large and generous
community that it ought to be al.
lay el. r
JACKSONVILLE WANTS THE

GOOD WILL OF ALL THE PEOPLE

jniertally injured and several receiv-,0F FLORIDA OUTSIDE OF ITS

el miner wounds. The leader of the eou'D MIIES
j stragglers realizing that the odds; lt Serves the good opinion of
were against him, raised a white ,e of the gtate of Floridaf
j handkerchief in token of surrender, j nd am gorry fQr sQme
.resiles the leader, thirteen Mexicans' faanrr .unt

All of the prisoners ol,4 tr.nr

nuawuuttl ouuuij alloc: 11 vy tit auj

were captured.

were taken to the Windmill ranch j

and a surgeon was summoned to

treat the wounded.

section of the state of Florida direct-

el against the people of the city of
T 1 1,1. ll. I V- t 1-

I jaLhcuuuiic lur suuieiiiiu& in vwucu

id do not de-

censure.

i airy under command of Lieutenant' Thp ivnv tn satisfy some of our

j The capture was made by a detach-j tjjey are not t fauit an(
Indent of the Fourteenth U. S. cav-jEene one atom Qf Censu

J McLean.

t

critics who might otherwise be goad1
friends, is to relate some of the office

SAD END TO THE LIFE jnoiamg conamons mat wouia ruuv

lo rr r-n i' r inrin? r f ton ri t W d1voT

j OF DIG TIM SULLIVAN "n i-'
I j years. (
I Xew York, Sept. 14. "Big Tim" This would be a falf period to con-
t f Inv Krtnoncfl fVflro nic noon m nro

Sullivan, the Xew York politician, iac"

who rose from newsboy to congress-

i instances in which Jacksonville has

haJ several office holders during that

I will make an exception to this

proposition with respect to the gov-

w

: man i rlpai

n; ,1j 4n4 period than any other ten or twelve
. His mangled Tbody was identified.1

yesterday by his step-brother Larry ; J 1

' trpn riavs in a Inoal niors'np. Sulli-

i , , emor-hip, because that is the highest
van who was ill, eluded his nurses in 1
the early morning of August 31 an!8,ale office in' th? Slli ot the peOI)le
I after a few hours was struck an3iin the ta,e of loriia.

j in tnat l will go back thirty years,
j I can remember when Governor
I Kerry wa3 the chief executive of the
i slate, and from then, on down to the

j : present .day.
j Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent j I erry was from Pensacola; Blox Blox-,
, Blox-, Order of Odd Fellows, meets every ;ha:n from Tallahassee; Fleming from
i Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In Jacksonville; Mitchell from Tampa;
j Ycnge's Hall. Fort King avenue. Vic- rsJoxhaai again from Tallahassee:

jitors in the city invited to be with us. jennin-s from Brooksville; Broward
I G. L. Taylor. X. G. j
I TT T ""I 1 V.n. A4 i j r t a rr m r

i v vuiueu, cueiai. auv. loncjuaea on ruin rage I

killed by a train at Pelham Parkway.

ODD FELLOWS

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On Account of the illness of Hon. Don McMullen there will be NO PRO

a HIBITION SPEAKING at the Temple Theater To-night.

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THE NUT CLUB If the Fashions Drive You Bughouse, Join Today. By F. R. MORGAN
-w M'u N x CCopj rJght. 1813. Western NewpaprUnlon.

3 Yards nell for.

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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, MOXHAV, SEPTEMBER 13, 1913
CAMPAIGN" IS QUIET

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

K. of P. meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomoirow night.

Council meets Tuesday evening.

Masons meet Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

Pathe Weekly Mutt and JeiT JeiT-the
the JeiT-the Temple tonight. It

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FIIOM Mil. TAVLOIl

N.
ville
day.

K. Higginbotham of Gaines Gaines-was
was Gaines-was at the Harrington yester-

Cranberrie at Carn-TIiomas Corn

pany.

9-1 3-4 td

Mr. E. B. Smith, a hustling, agent
tor auto accessories, bikes, talking
machines and other vital necessities,
is in the city, a guest of the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. .

Election returns
tomorrow evening.

at the Temple
dlt

Mr. Geo. L. Starks', a clever com commercial
mercial commercial traveler from Boston, is in
town, a guest of the Harrington.
Shoes, gents' furnishings, etc., are in
his line.
'
i
Messrs. It. V. Cowart, G. R. yill yill-iams,
iams, yill-iams, D. E. Jones, B. S. Hammock
and J. P. Harvey of Williston were
at the Ocala House yesterday. V
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Wash rags and bath towels at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-2.

Mr. William Anderson, who has.

been holding a position at Port In In-gli"all
gli"all In-gli"all summer, returned to Ocala

LSaturday. He says the work of

loading big steamers with phosphate
goes on steadilyat-4he port, one ship
coming in thedayhe left and an another
other another being about ready to leave. Mr.
Anderson expects Ao leave Friday
for Atlanta, where he will enter the

College, the

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You can phone 496 and have youc ., . r
. ,, the former goingto Washington, and

Lee. Lexington .Ky. and the latter

stationery, books or office supplied

sentsent by The Murray Co. 9-ll-3t

DR. W K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose And Throat. Office Law

ibrary Building, Ocala. Adv.

C. Rinaldl, the Tampa printer,

was at the Ocala House yesterday.

Rexall toilet cream, an excellent
"toilet requisite, a delicate cleanser
.-and beautifier. At Gerig's Drug
stores. r ,8-29

L. P. Lester and E. H. Ross of
' Boston were at the Ocala House 'last
".night.- : V-A.-W j'
, A .y
i
m Mr. Raymond Bullock, who has
Tseen connected with the Southern
, Express Company for some time, has
been promoted to the joffice in Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and will leave for there the first
week in October to begin his new
work.

" Those Kewpie dolls, are cute and
will not break. They are -waiting
for your girl at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 9-1 1-3 1

Mr. E. T. Helvenston, owner of
one of the largest dry goods stores
in Ocala, returned Saturday night
from a two weeks' purchasing trip in
New York City.

Mr. T. D. Lancaster, Jr., is up
again after several days of sickness.

Do you need an alcohol stove to
take "with you on early morning
trips? You can heat water or coffee
in four minutes. Look at them at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-2

fr. Fred Lansford spent Friday
and Saturday with his Ocala friends.

It is a little late in the season, but
we want to call your attention to
a. nobby line of bathing caps which

you can find at the Court Pharm-

9-2

Editor Star: Without again en entering
tering entering into details that are familiar
to the public generally, I feel that,
the citizens of Ocala, who are op opposed
posed opposed to all forms of lawlessness and
violence, will approve of the fact
that the agressor, C. (Ed.) Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, was found guilty; and further furthermore,
more, furthermore, I do not believe that any re respectable,
spectable, respectable, law-abiding citizen of
Ocala and Marion county will pass
over unnoticed, such a grave of offense,
fense, offense, perpetrated by a leader of the
saloon element upon a peaceable cit citizen.
izen. citizen. Even the friends of the saloon
cause should have the manhood to
resent such action, and I hope that
those who believe in the rights of
their fellow-citizens will show their
disapproval by voting against the sa saloon,
loon, saloon, where is fostered all forms of
lawnessness, vice and violence.
George L. Taylor.
(Advertisement)

Georgia Technological
foremost institution of
the south.

its

kind

Messrs.

Robert and Leslie Ander-

left Saturday night for school,

i ?

Jefferson CoTleg, Philadelphia,

wiifre he will begin la course lnsur-

gery.

Mr. C. R. Kreger, the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union correspondent, is home from
a business trip to Jacksonville. Mr.
Kreger is an efficient reporter and
also a clever and popular young bus business
iness business man. A good deal of the pop popularity
ularity popularity of the T.-U. in Ocala is due
to his faithful representation of its
interests. He is always on the job,
and is Johnny-on-the-spot whenever

anything happens.

A message from Mr. Frank Ditto

in Jacksonville gives the welcome
news that his brother Raiford shows

some signs of improvement.'
f

. Mr. Jos. W., Dodge returned this

afternoon from Jacksonville, where
he attended' the funeral of his
daughter, Miss Adelaide Frances

Dodge. The young lady was dearly
beloved in Jacksonville, and the
mourning for her untimely death
was universal.

and

WINTER

amplcs

acy.

J. R. Day, Arthur T. Williams, G.
E. Montgomery and' W. H. Long of
Jacksonville, were Sunday guests of
tie Harrington.

Don't send for office supplies. You
can save mjneybxgeIng them at

TneMurray Company. 9-113

-"Mr. JG.-Lege was .in town this

morning from bis home at Wood-,-"inar.
Mr. ind Mrs. Leee returned

i
last week 'from a summer outing at
Clayton, Ga. Mr. Lege' says it is a
; pleasant and picturesque country'
among the mountains, and he made
' liis stayuthere most profitably buy-

Jfatoes.

gand 'shipping JirisbptJt

- Almond cocoa soap, which is with with-out
out with-out an equal. Get it at the Court
Pharmacy. 9-2

Mr. H. C. Groves, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied his wife and son to Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Tuesday night to the University
of Pennsylvajajaasrtutned home.

"Mr. John Mathews and his father-

in-law, CapfT) DeLong, of Candler,

Jeft yesterdayfor an extensive trip
- o Chattano0grKnoxville, Chicago

and St.; Louis.

NOW ON DISPLAY.

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Tailors.

NO FIT-NO PAY.

Phone

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The wet or dry campaign is so de

void of incident as to be almost j
monotonous: With the exception of j

Saturday afternoon's skirmish, there j
has been little deviation from the or-!
dinary routine of every-day life.
Saturday's little muss was in this
wise: Saturday morning, there blos blossomed
somed blossomed out all over the county a cir circular
cular circular letter, violently abusing the
dry people, particularly the preach preachers
ers preachers and the W. C. T. U. The circu circu-lar
lar circu-lar purported to come from the wets.
As it was most ingenuously calculat calculated
ed calculated to make either a dry man or one
undecided violently angry, it is ob obvious
vious obvious that the wets wouldn't be fools
enough to issue anything of the kind.
Mr. Ed Carmichael at once began a

search for the party who issued the
document. He went first to the

Banner and Star offices, and then,!

having found it wasn't printed in
either, went to George Taylor's of office.
fice. office. When he asked Mr. Taylor if
he printed the circular, Mr. Taylor
refused to. either affirm or deny, but
told Mr. Carmichael it was none oT
his business. Ed then lost his tem temper,
per, temper, and handed George a swift slap,
which, as he is about fifty per cent
bigger than George, was a very, rep reprehensible
rehensible reprehensible thing for him to do.
Nobody was any more. sorry for it
than Ed when he had cooled down,
and he offered to apologize. Mr.
Taylor and all his friends were
naturally very indignant. Mr. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor had Mr. Carmichael "arrested and
in the recorder's court this morning
he was fined $10.

Mr. Carmichael continued to in

vestigate the matter of issuing the
circular, with the result that this
morning he issued a statement,
charging Mr. J. P. Phillips with

writing the circular and M(r. Taylor

with printing it.

Mr. Phillips flatly denies having

had anything to do with the circular

The campaign committee of the drys

also repudiates it.

Its tne Mar s opinion, based on
knowledge that it may" not make

public, that the circular was prepar

ed by some individual who was smart
enough to carry Mr. Harrison's style

to an extreme, and then issued it

with the intention of casting dis

credit on he wets at a time when

they had not time enough to deny it
before election. There is no use in

saying the wet people issued it. If

for no other reason, they have better

sense.

Issuing the circular had not done
the drys any good in Ocala, but has

probably lost them some votes. Out

in the country, where the matter
will not be so well understood for

some days, it is probably doing the

wets harm.

A CARD FROM MR, TUCKER

Editor Star: Mr. Taylor is mis

taken in saying that I had a hand in
the difficulty in his office Saturday

afternoon. I went with Mr. Carmi

chael, but I did not expect any trou

ble and had no part in it. I did not

see that Mr. Carmichael at any time

needed any help. I very much re
gretted his act and know he regret regretted
ted regretted it himself. Respectfully,
H. W. Tuck'er.-

is certainly the' on-

Sunnyjim

Almost estrery

" ...

reporter, sitting in his corner; oppo

sitethe fire station, sees the gleam

of Ahe headlight thru his window
ami looks at 1ms watch to find the
hands pointing Vight aG 9:50. If

timest train inIh-4Staia of Florida.

night, the Star's owl

ight afc

Silnnyjim is laie. it is because of late

connectionset acts of

the way. It is about

between stations In

the

ovidence on

fastest train

state.

Election returns
tomorrow evening.

at

the
dlt

Temple

Mr. Morton Riddle, general super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the A. C. L., passed
through Ocala yesterday, on his way
from St. Petersburg to Jacksonville.

Election returns at

tomorrovoevening.

the

Temple

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Mr. Lawton-Uailey returned Sat

urday afternoon from a vacation
spent in TenneXsee. Lawton hurried
home to vote"

CasFyWf"ow-n vote tomorrow.

Don't pair with anybody. The man
who offers to pair with you may
have made the same 'offer to a dozen
other men.

Election returns
tomorrow evening.

at

the
dlt

Temple

Robert Lambert and Frank
Brooks, both colored, had a difficulty
near the Seaboard depot Saturday
evening, Lambert tried to cave in
Brooks head with a rock. Lambert
was arrested and Brooks was taken
to his home on Tucker Hill. Brooks
is a peaceable, hard-working dar darkey,
key, darkey, but Lambert has a police court
record.

Pathe Weekly Mutt and Jeff at
the Temple tonight. It

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A few of the prices
that is bound to move
the remainder ofiihe
Spring and Summer
goods:

36 inch Pajama Checks,
per yard' .
40 inch White Lingerie,
per yard .
40 inch White Sheer
Lawn, per yard

36. inch Brown all- Qi
Linen, per yard Hvt
Fast Colored Chambrays Qr
per yard . ; :
Fast colored Dress Lawn jQ jQ-per
per jQ-per yard . . ""OL
Ladies' 10c Ribbed Vests 9 Cn
4 for .... i&tPt

Ladies' 25c and 50c
Sailor Hats for

Ladies' White P. K. QQu
Skirts at . VOC

Men's 25c Underwear
at . . ...
Men's 50c Athletic Un Underwear
derwear Underwear at .

Men's 50c and 75c Soft A Q
Collar Shirts .

Men's Odd Shirts, 50c
and 75c goods, at

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19c

37c

25 c

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USE STAR WANT ADS FOR RESULTSThcy "Deliver tte Goofls."

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1013
XII REE

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 your 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
We Pay 4 per cent Interest oa Savings Accounts

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MAKING READY TO MOVE

Hospital Superintendent and Nurses

i Will Soon lr in Thpir

New Home

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1 blocks of the buildings and the rest
of the way it is a very rough country
road. It will be a mighty bad place
, to carry a sick or woundel person
over, and should be put in good
order immediately. j
i Miss Marshall and her assistants
intend to give a reception Saturday
ai:erncoii an I evening. Let all
Ocala folks go and look over this
noble institution, in which they
should take the greatest pride, and
to which they should give generous
support. J

Dr.. H. C. Dozier, who is an en enthusiast
thusiast enthusiast on the subject of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital, came by the
Star office in his car, with bis father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs John
Dozier, Sunday afternoon, and invit invited
ed invited the editor to go look at the new
hospital building, into which Miss
Marshall and her assistants have
been moving their furniture for the

past few days, and the newspaper
man was glad to turn aside for Inst. FGUIid. WaMfid. Fnr Salfi

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

awhile from commercialism and pol-

! itics and take a peep at the better

side of life in which men and women
forget themselves in doing for others.
The Star has told at other times
of the healthy and lovely situation
of the new building, and has given
the plan of the building itself, so
will this time try to tell only of the
arrangement of the almost finished
Interior.
The management has never' had
sufficient funds, but, with the help

For Eent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Two .choice corner
lot?, east Oklatvaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf
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FOR SALE White oak hall tree
an i hat rack; has mirror, umbrella
rack, etc. Cheap for cash. Apply
Star, office. S-2S-12t

FOR SALE A brand new visible
typewriter, a forty-acre farm near

of the. public spirited contractors, nala. txcti ,... maiaa

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one horse and new set of horness.
Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
Hodges at Waterman's store, .Ocaia,
Fia. 8-1 9-1 m

has gone bravely and economically

' on, making every dollar do full duty.
' So it isn't strange that the building
1 yet looks rather rough on the out-

W. H. MARSH

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sde, and some parts of the interior j

are unfinished. The managers could FOR SALE A small cottage, good
use $10,000 to good advantage right location; cashed time; bargain. if
now, and the people of Marion and taken rfriek. Address. Cottage care
adjoining counties would be wise in tne Star. 9-C-Ct
raising it for them. Ocala is the :
only city in Florida except Jackson- FOR SALE Big bargain in unim unim-ville,
ville, unim-ville, Tampa and Pensacola that has proved property; half cash, balance

ever maintained a hospital. Others on easy terms. Addhess, Box 164,
have tried and failed, and but for city. 9-6-6t
Ocala a big territory would be bare
of one of these most necessary insti-, ENGINEER WANTED A capable

i tutions. man wno is thoroughly laminar with

First inside the door to the right, a Shay locomotive, can g.it a position
is the superintendent's office, plain- by applying to the undersigned. Only
ly furnished. Noticeable in this a first class man who knows his bus
room is a great, 6ig, comfortable iness need apply. R. J. Rivers,

here Is Your Moiiey ?

'While the family was at dinner over $300, hid in
a desk upstairs, was stolen from a St. Louis, Mo.,
home.
Depositing money in a strong institution is the
best insurance against fire, burglars and dishonest
servants.
A safety deposit box also affords absolute securi security,
ty, security, at a cost of as little as $5 per year, for money,
jewelry and all valuable papers.
Large and small accounts welcomed.
THE
Ocala National Bank
UNITED STATLS DEPOSITORY

chair, the gift of L. J. Brumby. Its
an old-fashioned chair, but solid, and
many who never heard of him will
take comfort in the gift of the kind kind-hearted
hearted kind-hearted Louis.
On the wall is a picture of the
building that has done duty as a hos hospital
pital hospital for the last ten years. It was

never built for a hospital, and is in

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WANTED A second hand ice
box; one that will holi 100 pounds
of ice; must be in good repair and
at reasonable price. Address S. K.
L., care tSar. 9-5-6t

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attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers in this section of the y
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the t
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convenient in many things, but noble rent' a modern si? or seven room

residence; must ce in good location

Apply
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and in first class condition,
to L. O. Tyler, Ocala, House.

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Store, Office Building or School House.
Work Guaranteed.

My prices are Bight, my

JT. O. IVIcGASKILL,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. Box 356 OCALA, FLA.

work has been done therein.
Across the hall is the operating
room. It is spacious and well well-lighted,
lighted, well-lighted, and will be the last word in
sanitary arrangement and equip equipment.
ment. equipment. Its operating table and other
apparatus are the same as those
used in Johns Hopkins famous hos hospital
pital hospital in Baltimore.
Opening out of the operating room
are other rooms for the convenience
of the doctors and keeping of neces necessary
sary necessary Apparatus in their work. Next
is the men's ward. If is equipped
with beds of the latest style, with
hair mattresses, wirewove springs,
backrests and other conveniences,
ana a handy table by each bed.
The women's ward is across the
hall and similarly equipped. And at
the end of the hall is the babies'
ward with most appropriate equip equipment
ment equipment for the little chaps. It has the
latest idea in cribs, the sides of

which are so arranged that there is kin, Sparr, Fla
no danger of some restless little fe!-

low shoving his head between the
side-rods and choking himself, as a

y j baby did in Gainesville last week.
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Upstairs on the third noor are. the

ward, most elegantly tho

-Six room cottage
corner Watula and
streets. Apply at

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MONEY WANTED $30 00 wanted
on gilt-edged real estate security.
Address, Money, care Star. 9-6-4t

TABLE BOARD -Can supply t.a

ble board for two young men or for

man and' wife in private family:

room in house or immediate neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address, Table Board, care
Star. 9-C- 6t
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
A light sorrel mare with flax mane
an 1 tail; white star in face; two
years and five months old. A lib liberal
eral liberal reward for return to J. J. Gas-

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STENOGRAPHER WANTED At
once for' CO to GO days. Possible
permanent position, if competent. competent.-389
389 competent.-389 or 342. 9-10-3t

"an honest man may hare a bad title through no fault of his own"
"a good man does not always mean a good title'
"men pass away, titles run on forever."
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine

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florida title and abstract co.

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y simply furnished.

They are large

and comfortable rooms, as, good as

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can be had at a first-class hotel, and
much better for sick people.
In each floor is a diet kitchen, in

SITUATION WANTED By a a
able-bodied and intelligent man, able
a'nd willing to do any work. Has
been in the sawmill business and is
familiar with machinery, and will

Where Shall Co To School ?

UNIVERSITY, OF FLORIDA
Gainesville
STANDS FOR BEST DEVELOPMENT
OP BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT )OF
YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and DiVl DiVl-lons;
lons; DiVl-lons; LIBERAL ARTS; LAW; KNQI KNQI-NEERING;
NEERING; KNQI-NEERING; AGRICULTURE: TEACH TEACH-.
. TEACH-. ERS' COLLEGE; EXPERIMENT STA STA-;
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UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL. 10 new brick, build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimming

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and 21 states

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TRANCE FEES. $132.50'per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A-A. Mf UHIIREE, President,

i. t pool an many suosicnary o
j in faculty and officers. 322
AiJrom 45 Florida counties, an
f r,and foreiarn countries last

STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
Tallahassee
1 College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergrarten Department.
School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Beautiful location
beautiful buildings and first-class
euuipmer throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pool. Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred and thlrteer
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, 1124 per year. Fo
tnfe-mation address,
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tales fim tie Wcs

which each patient's particular fool take an-v Position offering a fair re re-a4be
a4be re-a4be prepared. It is connected by numeration. Address, Box ISO,
a-T1' lift with the main kitchen Ocala, Fla. 9-10-tf
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in ''the basement.
The basement is unfinished, but

it is in shape f of the good work to
commence in it. It contains the
kitchen and laundry, and will contain
the directors' room.
The colored people's department,
in the rear of the main building, is
unfinished, tho it can be iLsed.
The superintendent and nurses
have their rooms in the annex to' the'
rear of the main building. They
have eight neat rooms with their

HOL'S'E FOR RENT A six-room
house near high school, $12:30 per
month." Apply to H. P. Bitting at
Tydings' drugstore. 9-13-3td

0R1E. BEAUTY
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,
JEWELRY
to do the selling. So pay us a visit,
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods 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: BUM

Ocala, Florida

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

Runabout

0. I Rubber
S Mohair

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Rubber .-
Mohair

$10.00
12.50
$15.00
20.00

Rubber $20.00
Mohair 25.00

4-Passenger

5. Passenger;

Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

FOR

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furnished

rooms for light housekeeping, two i

blocks from courthouse. Apply at
206 X. Main street, or call for Mc Mc-Lucas
Lucas Mc-Lucas at Williams' barber shop,
Ocala House. 9-ll-6t

FOR REXT Upstairs furnishel

WHITE STAR LINE,
VRA.VSFER AND FIHKI'KOop STOIt AGE
C )LLIER BROS.. Propriclors.

own bathtub and a veranda, all to for light housekeeping, consisting of

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themselves. They are moving their

own belongings into their rooms and
fixing them up as so many little
homes.
A splen3i3 thing about the build building
ing building is the wide verandas. Every
ward .opens on one of these, and the

patients beds, all of which are,
mounted on rubber tired wheels, can j
be pushed thru the doors out on the
torches, and every patient can lie f

either at full length or propped up.

three rooms and bath; city and cis cistern
tern cistern water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, Xo.
1 S. 5th St. 9-10-6t

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Baggage Service
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We Sell
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or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

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For information call on. ... M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAXD. Ticket Agent Oca!a, Fla.
DivIsioL Passengei Agent. Tampa, Fla.

ient.
One thing that the city should do
at once is to put South Orange street,
on which all travel to the hospifal
must go. in good order. It is in
fairly good shape to within two

If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties :
J. H. BRINS0N
. OCAL., FLORIDA

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THE OCALA ETEXIA'G STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1913
offense applies in this case. Seems
to the Star that it remembers an
item a few months ago to the effect
that Gaynors assailant was dead.
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OCALA' EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER A; CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. 11. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered af Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PIIOXE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance .$5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
On month, in advance 50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance. . . $S.OO
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance. 80

The University of Florida will
open for the autumn term Sept. 23.

Oscar W. Underwood of Alabama,
the democratic House leader, will
probably go to the Senate. He will
be a candidate, and his election is al almost
most almost certain.

Harry Thaw, Leon Frank, Diggs
and Caminetti have received more
newspaper space in the last ten
weeks than ten million good men
have received In ten years.

Andrew Carnegie objects to the
statue of Robert E. Lee being placed
in the Hall of Fame. The fame of
Lee needs no hall, but who will re remember
member remember Carnegie forty years after
he is dead?

The brotherhood of man is fine in
theory, but we have noticed that in
practice many men get along better
with other men's brothers than with
their own. Same way with their sis sisters.
ters. sisters.

The Manatee River Journal print printed
ed printed last week a picture of Braden Braden-town's
town's Braden-town's new school house. Its a fine
looking building, and the looks of it
encourages an Ocala man to think
what a fine one his own city can
tmild with $50000 or more.

Gainesville will soon have a great
white way. Ocala has more white
ways than she had a way back, but
it does't stretch such a long way as
it wilL

Seems to the Star like Sumter
county has more marriages in pro proportion
portion proportion to its population than any.
other county. Some three or four
amo'ng'the good people of that shire
every week.

According to the new congression congression-ar
ar congression-ar apportionment law Frank Clark
appears to be a congressman with without
out without a district. And we imagine that
Hon. Frank is willing to agree that
this. Is more calamitous than a dis dis-Trict
Trict dis-Trict without a congressman. Pen Pen-sacola
sacola Pen-sacola News.
Frank will manage to find a foot foothold
hold foothold somewhere,'

The West Florida papers seem to
have picked .Cephas L. Wilson of
Marianna as their candidate for gov governor.
ernor. governor. He is' a brother of Emmett
Wilson, the congressman. Then
there's president look here, isn't
this getting to be too much Wilson?
Orlando 'Sentinel.
Not so long as they are all good
men.

He thought she had it; she
thought he had it; they married and
neither had it. Jasper News.
Well, for Heaven's sake, don't
leave us in suspense like this! What
was It? Ocala Star.
Money. Jasper News.
O!

A picture in Friday's Times-Union
or a long line of schooners with a
forest of masts towering above them,
lying moored at the Coast Line docks
in Jacksonville, will give even the
niest casual reader a good idea of
the way the commerce of that port
as growing. Especially if he can.re can.re-cncmher
cncmher can.re-cncmher the time when seven
schooners was a big showing for the
entire port.

' In a'' letter enclosing one dollar
for a year's subscription to the
Weekly Star, a Lake Butler subscrib

er says: "You are making one of the
very best weekly papers published in
Florida. My wife says it is the best.
Please begin my subscription with
this week's issue."

Liberty was but an empty name
with Harry Thaw. When he got it,
he didn't' know what to do with It.
Tampa Tribune.
Surest thing you eve'r said. Al Almost
most Almost any other man with his start
and his money would have made a
clean getaway.

How can anybody be elected rep representative
resentative representative from the fourth district
of Florida in November, 1914, when
there won't be any fourth district
until after the 4th of March, 1915?
Tampa Times.
It does seem like putting two and
two together and calling them five.

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tilghman leave
Monday for Northampton, Mass.,
where they go to place their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Helen, and son, Master
Tom, in school for the ensuing term.
'En route home they will visit rela relatives
tives relatives in Maryland for a short while,
thus making their absence from' the
city one of several weeks duration.
Palatka Times-Herald.
Mr. Tilghman, after several days'
visit in Ocala, left Sunday for Pa Palatka.
latka. Palatka. Mr. Tilghman is one of Put Putnam
nam Putnam county's leading citizens, .and
takes much interest in Marion. His
friends here are always glad to see
him.

Every now and then we see some
moralizing about what should con constitute
stitute constitute the conduct of a newspaper.
It's easy: Be clean mentally, mor morally
ally morally and politically clean. No con concoction
coction concoction of high-sounding words can
purify an editorial than is doctored
for some selfish purpose. St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Meteor.
Brother ZIm must have been read reading
ing reading some of the high-sounders be between
tween between the lines.

"The trn commandments we

know
Though most of them we flout;

There's one more that we can't out outgrow:
grow: outgrow: 'Thou Shalt Not Be Found Out.'
Bartow Courier-Informant.
And we sure do catch Hades when
we break it.

Louis W. Zim, state senator from
St. Johns county, and editor of the
St. Augustine Meteor, is a candidate
for the office of postmaster of the
Ancient City. If President Wilson
wants to appoint a mighty good
man and please a whole lot of god
democrats, he can achieve both ob objects
jects objects by giving that plum to Journal Journalist
ist Journalist and Statesman Zim.

One of the disadvantages of a
man's attaining success is that it
often causes his sons to hang to his
coat tails while he is alive and be as
helpless as kittens after he is dead.

II I'M AX NATURE

A degree of hostility, says the Mi Miami
ami Miami Herald, exists between the man
with the auto and the ane on foot.
They regard themselves as enemies.
This ought to have the effect of pro pro-mo'ing
mo'ing pro-mo'ing solidarity among the drivers
ot" machines, but these seem to have
little grudges of their own. For in instance,
stance, instance, an automobile is going along
at reasonable speed when another
approaches from behind at an unrea unreasonable
sonable unreasonable speed and seeks to pass. If
a horn were sounded, space would be
accorded, but the chap in the rear
takes pride in shooting by like a me meteor,
teor, meteor, and with no more announce announcement
ment announcement of his arrival. The follow who
is passed is startled, scared nearly In Into
to Into the ditch, and what he says about
the offender would, for virility and
warmth, compare favorably with
the average pedestrian is ready to
say about the two.

If you demand the best all good business men do you will find this bank's
service to customers far greater than just ordinary. v
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 yoi will find us ready always to do all we can to meet your re requirements
quirements requirements with complete satisfaction.

The MuRFoe & CtiamMiss
OCALA, FLORIDA

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That the Marion county wet or
dry election is being conducted with without
out without rancor is largely due to the
sweet spirit of Frank Harris of the
Ocala Banner, who opened the cam campaign
paign campaign with a little talk on charity
and showed how "good and how
pleasant it is for brethren to dwell
together in unity" of purpose, de despite
spite despite their personal difference of
opinion. Palatka News.

General Building Contractors
OUIL-.OINC5 MATERIALS

Block Xorth East of Postoffice,

OCALA, FLORIDA

303 Xorth Osceola Street.

XUGEXT HAS BEEX NEUTRAL

Editor Star: Saturday evening I
received from Micanopy postoffice, a
lot of letters addressed to parties in
Geiger, Flemington,' etc., which were
returned to me by the postoffice at
Micanopy on the supposition that
these letters had been mailed out by
me and with the statement that they
w'ere uncalled for and could not be
delivered.
I also heard yesterday that at
Carter's Pond picnic Saturday it was
reported that I s was sending out
"wet" circulars. I had taken the
position that I would take no active
part in the wet and dry election.
But under the circumstances, I want
to say that I have always been4 a
"dry" man and shall certainly vote
the dry ticket, and that a free man
in a free country, I have no apologies
to offer to any man on the top side

of the earth for that vote, as I free freely
ly freely accord to every man without ques-

j tion, every right that I claim for
j myself.
j I answered an open letter of Mr.
Gary's in a newspaper addressed to
j me as clerk and later an open letter

of Mr. Strauss', and am not responsi responsible
ble responsible in anyway, manner, shape or
form for any campaign use that
either party has put these letters to,
the letters themselves simply stating
the facs. Respecfulyy,
, P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court.

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Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 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.
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Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Janas Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

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Congressman Frank Clark pro proposes
poses proposes a vast pneumatic tube system
for the transmission of mail to and
from all government buildings in
Washington.' The power need cost
nothing during congressional ses sessions,
sions, sessions, anyway. St. Petersburg
Times.
And our eloquent and patriotic
Frank will contribute generously to
the power.

As esteemed contemporary dopes
out some wise stuff as to whether
the man who shot Mayor Gaynor can
be tried for murder (since the
wound seems to have been responsi responsible
ble responsible for his death) or whether the
principle in law that a man can't be
put in jeopardy twice for the same

V. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
, Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA
M. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, FLORIDA
J. G. PURVIS
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
OCALA, FLORIDA

CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
ofi America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L." Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.

75 Cents Per Crate Delivered.
Cash must Accompany Orders.
J. D. BAUGH, Winter Haven, Fla.

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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. Ad

OCALA LODGE XO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mests
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren aays welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

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The best and most practical of these Is ice -out ice. It .preserves
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you good in ways too numerous to mentionand all for a little
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In your hand you hold a
five-cent piece.
Right at the grocer's hand
is a moisture-proof pack package
age package of Uneeda Biscuit. He
hands you the package
you hand him the coin.
A trifling transaction?
No! A remarkable one for you
have spent tho smallest sum that
will buy a package of rood food;
and the grocer hac cold you Vie
most nutritious food made frsni
flour ac clean and crisp and
delicious as it xas when it came
from the ovon.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY

Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
and everything in this line. When placing your con-?
tracts 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.
SPECIAWST IX CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MoClane'a Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

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JUST1CK FOIl JACKSONVILLE
(Continued from First Page)
from Jacksonville; Gilchrist from
j Pitnta Gorda, and Tramniell from
5 Lakeland.
j Tus4 in a period of thirty years
;cr so, there were two governors out
jof nine incumbents, from the city of
Jacksonville.
I can remember that the office of

'secretary of state at Tallahassee,

has been filled for twenty-five or

thirty years by the Honorable John
L. Crawford, deceased, and now by
H. C. Crawford, both of whom were
claimed by Wakulla county original originally.
ly. originally. time of Bloxham, of Tallahassee, was
filled by Reynolds of Lakeland,

jCroom of Brooksville, and now in the

hands of Knott, formerly of Lees-burg.

The attorney general's office show

ed from the time of Lamar, of Mon Mon-ticello,
ticello, Mon-ticello, through the administration of

the office by Whitfield, ? afterwards

Ellis of Quincy, and Trammell of

Lakeland, and now West, of Milton, j

a complete recognition of citizens

from every part of the state other

than Jacksonville.

In the office of the superintendent

of public instruction, through the ad

ministration of Sheats of Gainesville,

came Holloway, of Gainesville, and

now again Sheats, elected while a

citizen of Lakeland.

The state treasurer showed the in

cumbency of Collins of Ocala, Whit Whitfield
field Whitfield of Tallahassee, Knott, formerly

from Leesburg and now of Tallahas

see, and Luning, the present incumb-

en a citizen of Leesburg.

Tn the office of the commissioner

of agriculture, it was Womble of of-West
West of-West Florida, McLin of South Flori Florida,
da, Florida, and now McRae, of farianna.

The state chemist has been and is

a South Florida man, and the adju

tant general was Houston, a -West

Florida citizen, and now General Fos

ter of St. Augustine.
The supreme court shows how the

state of Florida has at least preferred

to make its selection from every
other part of the state except in the

instance of Judge Cockrell from the

city of Jacksonville.

The personnel of that court for

many, many years was Raney of Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, Liddon of Marianna, Carter
of Marianna, Maxwell of Pensacola,

Parkhill of Pensacola and Mabry of

Leesburg, all of the same having

either died or resigned.
Of the present judges of the su

pr me court we have Judges Whit

field of Tallahassee, Hocker of Ocala,
Taylor of Gainesville, Shackelford of

Tampa, and the solitary above men

tioned Cockrell of Jacksonville.

It is true that Jacksonville has had

for a few years two citizens in the

office of United States senate.

' Since Fletcher entered the upper

branch of congress and with his con

temporary, James P. Taliaferro, who

was also a citizen of Jacksonville,

rom that time about six years ago,

these two offices have been in the

hands of Jacksonville citizens.

That does not of itselt show any

inordinate greed from the Jackson

ville standpoint when you consider

all the other conditions as above

stated.

Jacksonville managed to- elect Gov.

Broward, over Senator Taliaferro, of

the same city, as United States senator.

It was when Senator Bryan beat

William A. Blount by not much over
five hundred votes in the state, that
it really brought us to the charge of

being piggish in grabbing everything

in sight in the state of Florida.

However, the state ought to know

and the citizens ought to know that

whenever Jacksonville had a senator

running from its own domain, almost

an even break was made or at least
one-third of its voting community
did not support the home candidate!

William A. Blount received a mag

nificent vote from the people of Jack

sonville.
Senator Bryan received hardly any

votes from the county of Escambia or

the city of Pensacola.

I want our critics to understand

that by the figures, JACKSONVILLE
HAS ALMOST DIVIDED ITS VOTE
WITH RESPECT TO THESE KIND

OF OFFICES, whereas, if candidates

would have run against a Jackson

ville citizen from other sections he

would" more than likely, as in the

Blount instance, have received al

most the entire vote of his own com

munity.

If other sections of our fair state

want to take some valued citizen for

the United States senatorship, by al

that is fair and proper in politica

warefare, make the argument that

your candidate is more able appar

ently, or better generally, to be the

representative of the state of Flori

da.
Make that kind of an argumen
and It is good.

When you make ONLY the argu

ment that JACKSONVILLE WANTS

TO BE THE WHOLE HOG, it is not
true, it is not fair, and I believe

when our contemporaries will study

it out and think it over, they will ad

mit themselves, that this is the kind

of an argument that -ought to be

eliminated.

They will say that Jacksonville

does not deserve, such unjust criti

cism.

They will say that the entry of any
Jacksonville citizen into a senatorial
race or otherwise shoul not rob him
of one vole because he happened eo

be citizen of one of the best neibh

bors that they have in Florida the

progressive city of Jacksonville.

THEATRICAL SEASON

AT THE TEMPLE

Manager Bennett has secured the

following plays for the coming sea

men:
September
14. Temperance lecture.

25th. Edward DOize in "The

Merchant of Venice."
November

17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic

tures.
24th. "Bought and Paid For."

27.1 Local talent, benefit hospital.

28th. Bert Leigh in "The Little

Millionaire."
30th. Coburn's Minstrels.

December
Sth. "The Barber of Seville."
13th. "The Leopard Spots."
16th. Niel O'Brien Minstrels.
22nd. "QuoVadis.
23rd. "Quo Vadis."
24 th. "Quo Vadis."
January
1. Divorce Question.

5, "The Shepherd of. the Hills."

17th. "Polly of the Circus."
25. Lecture.
26th. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
February
1. Smart Set.

23rd. Evan's Honey Boy Min

strels.

March
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.

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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY

CITY OF OCALA

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.

Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.

Council B. A. Weathers, pres

dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro

tem; S. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, j.

W. Hood. E. T. Helvenston, G. A.

nnrmiVhael. F. G. B. Weihe. C M.

Livingston.

City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Citv Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.

Treasurer and Tax Collector W.

W. Clvatt.

Citv Ensineer J. R. Moorhead.

Superintendent Litht Plant J. C

P.nlrJtvell.

Superintendent Water works-.!.

A. Campbell.

Marshal A. J. Brlgance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
Marsh.

Happens Frequently.
We don't know who puts the puno
in punctuation, but 'we do know a
whole lot of punctuation is put, into
punk.

Liickie's
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' Garage.
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-,

mobile repairing on short notice.

None but first-class workmen em

ployed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that

eaves the place. Rates will be found

reasonable as high-class workman

ship and good material can be fur

nished

. GIVE ME A TRIAL

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T. C. LucMe,

Proprietor

Building formerly occupied by Idea

Theater.

Easy to Tell Vhat He Thought.
Little Jerome, aged five, heard his

mother read from the beauty column

of the paper that eating raw carrots

would make one beautiful. A short
time ago he was called into the room
to view his baby sister for the first
time. His mother asked him what he

thought of her. Taking a good look

at her, he answered in a disgusted

tone. Let s give her a carrot. Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Tribune.

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Madam :
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need a new one?
Your family will not be happy and healthy un unless
less unless their food is well cooked. A proper range means
food.
One of our ranges will lighten the hard work of
cooking, and make it fun.
Come let us explain our ranges to you.
Marioi Hardware Co
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

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ters Bitters prompts me to write. It cured
my wife when all else failed." Good
for the liver as well. Nothing better
for indigestion or biliousness. Price
50 cents and $1. Sold by Tydings &
Co. adv.

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Himself on His Appearance

? Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen

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THE OCALl EVEMXG STAR, MOXlhY SEPTEMBER 15, 1913
PRAYING FOR PROHIBITION
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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any Items for thi3 department call phone 106)

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Miss Williams Hostess at Jridge
ITT?rEdith Williams was the host
ess this afternoon of a rufiry two-

table auction party, given at the
. home cf herents, Mr. and Mr3.

JO. K. WiTT!ains,on Pine street. The

guests IncludedMisses Janet Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, Eugenia Fuller, Gertie Peyser,

Mozelle BurAheim of Gainesville,
Justina Rhofly, Alice Bullock, Annie

Atkinson, Bess Donaldson of South
Carolina and Mrs. Howard Walters.

The jretty xiKyoi tEeatter tEeatter-noon
noon tEeatter-noon was a deck of Congress playing
cards, which wjy? presented to the
holder of the highest score. After
several rounds of the fascinating
game, Miss Williams serve! her
guests to deviled crabs, oli.es,
pickles, sandwiches, pineapple salad,
wafers and ice tea.
Mrs. Rebecca Anderson has con concluded
cluded concluded her visit with her daughter,
Mrs. William Calhoun at Bridgeport,
Conn., and is now in East Orangt,
X. J., visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Harris. Before returning home the
first part of October, Mrs. Anderson
will go to New York City to visit
Mrs. Eastman, who is pleasantly re remembered
membered remembered in Ocala as being the
guest oi" Mrs. Anierson three winters
ago.
Mr?. W. A. Kniglit entertained the
Baptist sewing circle this afternoon.
The meeting was hel l early in order
that tLe members might attend the
ladies prayer service z 1:30 o'clock
at the Christian church. Sandwiches,
pickles, sweet wafers and ice tea
composed the dainty menu served by
the hostess before adjourning.
The Methodist sewing circle met
with Luckie this afternoon at 3
o'clock at her attractive cottage near
the home of Mr. Jake Brown. At 4
o'clock needles and work were laid
aside and .the hostess served tempting
refreshments, after which the ladies

adjourned to the Christian church tod

attend a special prayer, service.
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Last Saturday evening "Master
Robert Blake entertained at his

home a number of his young friends, Kidgeway rendered

the occ

f!nmai nnd

being Jsis birthday, j n

Miss Haysraft is a popular teacher
and will have charge of the Shiloh
school this term. Titusville Note in
Times-Union.
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Miss Una Taylor in Eustis
Miis L'na Taylor, the pretty
daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Robert
Taylor, of Atlanta, once residents of,
this city, is now in Eustis visiting
and the Lake Region gives the fol following
lowing following account of a party in her
honor:
A sumptuous dinner without the
presence of the guest of honor, or a
banquet minus its host, or Hamlet
minus the Dane, was the complexion
of a social affair iast Friday evening,
when a company of guests sat down
to a toothsome dinner at the country
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoag.
To surprise their charming visitor,
Miss Una Taylor, Mr. and Jdrs. Hoag
invited a company of friends, Mr.
apd Mrs. T. F. Hemminger and son
and Mr. J. T. Willett, to dine with
them that evening. The guests all
saw Miss Taylor in town before they
departed, but kept the affair so sec secret
ret secret that she did not "catch on." Mr.
Willet's auto went out and back
with one lone disconsolate passenger
and his name need not be called
here. Next morning Miss Taylor
learned of the joke that she had
turned on her hostess when explana explanations
tions explanations were mutually exchanged.
Moral: When you want to surprise
your guests, give them a few hours
notice!
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Mr. Arch Mcintosh is the guest of
Mrs. D. E. Mclver at Lake Weir.
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Miss Ruth Moore entertained with
a party Friday evening at her home,
526 Fifth street north, in honor of
Miss Ernestine Brooks of Ocala, who
is visiting at the home of James
Cribbett and family. The evening
was spent very pleasantly with
games of rook, trail, five hundred
and viography contests. During the

evening ffiiit punch, wafers and
home-made candy were served.. -Miss
lya Hilliard assisted the hostess in
receiving the guests and Miss Ruth

some pleasing

usic on the piano. St. Petersburg

The W. C. T. U. prayer meeting
will be led this afternoon by Mrs. T.
M. Moore at the Christian church.
The meeting tomorrow will be held
at the Presbj'terian church and the
hours and leaders will be as follows:
I a. m. Mrs. J. B. Ley.
7:4." a. m. Mrs. Bunyan Steph Stephens.
ens. Stephens. 0:30 a. m. Mrs. Loveridge.
11:15 a. m. Miss Ella Tydings.
1 p. m. Mrs. Whitfield.
2:4 5 p. m. Mrs. George Martin.
4:30 p. m. Mrs. E. Van Hood.

tn joyed Times.

thuglmUtherainBg-elight-f
ur-freVhmentsw'e'f e sBrreti,"-"by

Mrs. jJilal

.Misses Liouree

Callie Gisserf

ton, Fannie

Ruth Ley, I

and Masters

Osborne, H

Liddon, Rl

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Newsom.

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mtz, Theo Beckham,

ler, Katie 3Iae Eagle-

irlisle, Nellie Liddon,

Davis, Sidney Perry

tis Connor, Morris

Ten Eycke, Van

'Dewey, Willie Mef-

b.

Miss 'Mamie Pedrick is spending

several days in Ocala. Dunnellon

Advocate.

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Miss Winnie Tucker of Ocala, is
isiting Mrs. Harry Peter. Dunnel-

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and late that evening they were
joined at the springs by Mr. Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, Mr. Herman Grimm and Mr.
H. A. Davies, Jr., and they all enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a splendid fish supper. The out outing
ing outing was a birthday party in honor of
Mr. Gordon Moorhead, who is home
on a visit to his parents from a sur surveying
veying surveying trip with Mr. Edward Drake.
It was also the birthday of Mrs.
Moorhead, which made the affair
doubly enjoyable. The crowd re returned
turned returned home by moonlight at 9
o'clock.
Mrs. W. F. Blesch is visiting her
old home in Kansas City.
Mrs. H. C. Lane, who has been vis visiting
iting visiting in North Carolina this summer,
arrived yesterday to spent several
days with her son, Dr. W. K. Lane
and wife.
Miss Alice Lindner returned to her

home at Louisville, Ky., Saturday,;

after a pleasant visit with Mrs. F. G.
B. Weihe in this city and also a visit
in Tampa.
Prof, and Mrs. Karl J. Weihe,
who have been spending the past six
weeks in this city with Mr. Weihe's

parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B.

Weihe, left today for their home in
Jacksonville.
Mrs. Paul Durand and baby are
home from their summer visit to
Mrs. Durand's old home in Pennsylvania.

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Miss Garnet Bose has returned

from Clearwater and will spend, a
week or two with her mother, Mrs.
Altman, at Irvine.
Mrs. Mae Bingham and Miss Viv Viv-ienne
ienne Viv-ienne Eycleshimer have returned
from their visit to friends and rela relatives
tives relatives at Winter Haven, and Mrs.
Bingham is at her desk in the Star
office. ; O
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Miss Nellie Stevens returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from her 'vacation in "North
Carolina.
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Mrs. Sue Mclver, who has been
the guest of Mrs. D. E. Mclver, at
Lake Weir for a week, returned to
Ocala today and left for Irvine, where
she will visit the family of her
brother,1 Dr. Davis.
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Miss Mozelle Burkheim is the
gupst of Miss Gertie Peyser for a few
days. Before returning to her'home
in. Gainesville, Miss Burkheim will
visit Miss Josie Bullock. I

Miss Margaret Porter of Ocala,
Fla., is the guest of her sister; Mrs.
Will Collier. Tuscaloosa notes in
Atlanta Journal.
Miss Meta Jewett is now visiting
Mrs. Ralph Birdsey at her home in
Macon, Ga., having concluded a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with Miss Susie Fort at
Adams, Tenn.
Rev. and Mrs. W H. Dodge re returned
turned returned home this afternoon after an

Messrs. Ralph Robinson and
Bruce Meffert spent Sunday in Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka and St. Augustine."1 They made
the trip in the latter's Ford.
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In response to a telegram MrsJ S.
A. Ellis left early Saturday morning
for Waycross, Ga., to be at the bed bedside
side bedside of her friend, Mrs. William
Gramling, who is on the verge of a
breakdown, caused by the" untimely
death of her son, Mr. William Gram Gram-bling,
bling, Gram-bling, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs, George Blitch and
Mrs. Blltch's handsome young son,
Hard Croom, left yesterday for the
mountains of North Carolina, going
directly to Asheville.
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Mr. E. C. Ro well and Miss Edna
Collier, a worthy young coupla of
Oxford, were wedded1 in that town
the other day.
Miss Sue Haycraft, of Fellowship,
spent the week-end in Titusville
Vith her friend, Mrs. S. E. Rice.

Miss Grace Milligan of Anthony is (menu for a l

the attractive guest of her sister,

rjon Dewey went to Jack

Miss Milligan will go to Green Cove sonville yesterday to spend the night

Springs to spend several weeks. j with an aut, Mrs. C. B. Wheeler, en
j route to Asheville, where she will
Mr. and Mrs. George Nash left this' enter St. Genevieve Convent for the
morning for Jacksonville, sailing winter. Miss Onie Chazal will also
from there this afternoon aboard the attend the same school, leaving for
Comanche for New York. They will there today, accompanied by her
be absent several weeks. i mnthpr Mrs t.. T? r.hxrxi

' Miss Caroline Harriss and Albert
Harriss left for school today accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their father, Mr. W. W.
Harriss. The former will enter
Shorter College at Rome, Ga., and
the latter a military school in Mer Mer-ridian,
ridian, Mer-ridian, Miss. During Mr. Harriss
absence Mrs. Harriss will be the
guest of Mrs. F. L. Mayb.
Miss Lillie Pasteur and Mrs. John
Pasteur of Lake Weir, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Lytle and infant son, of Stan Stanton,
ton, Stanton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Cullen, Sunday,, having motored
up in the former's Ford.
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Mrs. Harry Clarkson and family
who have been at North Woodstock,
X. H., for the past two and a half
months, have gone to South Acton,
Mass., where they will visit for 'some
time before returning home.
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Mrs. Bertha Hayes, formerly of
Brooksvilie, after several days' visit
to her sister, Mrs. Geo. F. Williams,
in this city, left yesterday for Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where she will in future
make her home.
Misses Jettie McConn and Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Sherouse spent Sunday with
Miss Sherouse's parents, Mr. and
Mrs.' L. N. Sherouse, at Fairfield.
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. Miss Cora Murray, who taught in
the high school last term, and is now
teaching at Weirsdale, was visiting
here Ocala friends Saturday.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and family
and Mrs. H. A. Davies, Sr., of Eng England,
land, England, spent Saturday fishing on Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs and the Oklawaha river,

Our Fresh Roasted
COFFEE
25c, 35c, 40c per Pound
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 23c
Block's Crackers, 6 5c. pkgs for 23c
Block's Crackers, 3 10c pkgs. for 25c
Cam-Thomas Co.
PHONE IB;

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Custom Tailors'
Representative is here 15, 16, and 17.

Come and see the latest and most exclusive styles
and patterns.

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Breakfast Foods
Quaker Rolled Oats
Puffed Rice
Puffed Wheat
Puffed Corn
Kellog's Toasted Corn
Flakes
Post Toasties
Cream of Wheat
Grape Nuts
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
O.K. TEA-POT
GROCERY

OCALA FLA.

absence of several weeks spent in
South Carolina, Virginia, Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Palatka.
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Miss Agnes Harris of Tallahassee
will spend one day of this week in
Ocala with Mrs. J. R. Moorhead,
coming especially' to interview' her
about the Marion county canning
clubs for which Mrs. Moorhead is the
county agent. Mss Harris will hold
these conferences with all the agents
in the state in order that the year's
work may be fully completed and
plans well laid for the work of the
new year.
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Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and two
children left Saturday for Guthrie,
Ky., to visit the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Xewton. Before re returning
turning returning home they will visit Dr.
Slaughter's relatives in Georgia.

AT THK TKMPLK THIS KVKXIXG

On account of the cancellation of
the Anti-Saloon League's speaking
at the Temple this evening, there
will be pictures shown as usual, and
the program is an exceptionally fine
one: '
"On the Brink of Ruin." Kalem
drama.
"In Diplomatic Circles." Biograph
drama.
"Signal." Edison comedy.
Pathe Weekly Mutt and Jeff. Ad.

WET Oil DRY

. This should not in any way effect
the business organization of your
city and county, standing as it does
at the forefront, the bulwark of all
business endeavor, non-political;
non-sectarian. Don't forget your ob obligations
ligations obligations to stand behind it, watch watching,
ing, watching, looking, striving to advance the

HUCCKSS IS AHEAD

FOR THE HOY SCOUTS

Hurrah Boy Scous! Hurrah every

body! Now is not this Just immense;
fine? Think of it, the good women
of North Ocala have become so in interested
terested interested in our Boy Scouts and the
woik they are doing on their two

acres, which is part of the five acres

agricultural, the industrial interests, donated by Mr. Seymour, for the
induce home-seekers and investors to school building in North Ocala, that

come and locate with us, help us to
build up every interest, advance ev every
ery every commercial industry that will
aid to 0 ;r wealth and activities.

they have tendered the. boys a nice

dinner to be given on the day they
dig" out their swimming pool, and
thus we will make the rule apply;

Don't forget our next meeting, j "No work no dinner."
Thursday, September 24th. Let ev- I know there is not a boy enroll-

ery member come out and every citi citizen
zen citizen come and join with us and co

ed on our Boy Scout list that Is go going
ing going to shirk or not be there. Hurry

operate with a movement that has i up boys. We want to get our ball

only the business uplift of county groun.1, park and pool started be-

and city as its motto.

ELECTION RETURNS AT THE
TEMPLE TOMORROW EVENING

Manager E. C. Bennett, ever on let us get this work complete; aud

fore school opens. It is up to you.
You are on your honor and a boy
scout never turns back when he has
started. Boys, come to see me and

No.

This is a prescription prepared ctpecially
for MAI ARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or 6iz dotes will break any case, and
if taken then ss a tonic the Fever will not
return, it acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken.. 25c

Pathe Weekly Mutt and
the Temple tonight. It
A big lot of new novels
Murray Company. 9-1
Election returns at the
tomorrow evening. dlt

OPEN DAY AND IGIIT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

the lookout for something that will
be of interest to his patrons at the
Temple theater, will give the elec election
tion election returns on the curtain at Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening's show.

Mr. P. D. O'Dell, the contractor,
has mommenced work on the resi residence
dence residence of Mr. William Wolf, on S.
Second street. This residence will be
a very large, handsome and modern
home.

Mr. Jake Klein left yesterday for
New York City, where he will buy a
large c"ck of fall and winter good3
for hu it :c. 'Ir. Klein will be gone
about a :.:or..l;.

Pathe Weekly Mutt and Jeff at
the Temple tonight. It

J. F. King of Perry was at the
Harrington last night.

Mr. John Juhan, the popular
young Crystal River druggist, spent
Sunday with his Ocala friends.

For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard eenwal strenethenioe tonic.

r.ROVE S TASTELESS chit: TONIC, drives out I
Malaria and bcilds up the system. A true tocic j
-tsd sure Appetizer. Fcr adults and children. 50r

All those who have a torpid liver,
weak digestion or constipated bow bowels,
els, bowels, look out for chills. The season
is here an! the air is full of disease
germs. The proper thing to do Is
to put your liver In good condition
and purifv the stomach and bowels.
SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER REGULA REGULATOR
TOR REGULATOR is the right remedy. It answers
the purpose completely. Price large
package, $1; small size, 23 cents.
Sold by all druggists. ad

stoiieach, of you that was on the
"hike" to Eastlake and 'think,
haven't you forgotten something?,
Ask the secretary.
Here's for success.
J. D. Rooney.

Pathe .-Weekly Mutt and Jeff at
the Temple tonight. It

WOODMEN OF THE, WORLD
Fo7r"tvng Camp No. 14 meets In
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
ChasK. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night Sept. 26.

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DON'T LET HAIJY SUFFER WITH
ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUPTIONS

Babies nee2 a perfect skin-covering.,
Skin, eruptions cause them not
only intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. DR. HOBSONIS 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 Ekin 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. 30 cents. Ty dings
& Co., Ocala, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
St. Louis, Mo., Philadelphia, Pa ad

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

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SHOW THIS TO YOUR NEIGHBOR

Ocala, Florida, Sept, 15, 1913
To the Voters. of Marion County
Referring to reward offered by me for information as to who is the
author of the scurrilous circular distributed by the Prohibition forces
purporting' to have emanated from the wet side in order to deceive the
public I have today received the information and know the man who wrote
it, the man' in whose shop it was printed and also the man who mailed i t
and have the ''receipt from the man for the Hundred Dollars to whom I paid
the reward.
I further state that the man in question is known as an avowed pro prohibitionist
hibitionist prohibitionist and. his name is J. P.. PHILLIPS, the printer's name being Geo.
Taylor, : Ocala,, Fla.
Respectfully yours,

C. ED CARMICHAEL.

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SPECIAL

From 7 to 8 p. m.

CASH ONLY

Any article in our store regardless
of cost and without reserve, for

S. Cents

PROVIDED, you buy another (differ (different.)
ent.) (different.) article of equal value at the
same time.
Thus, for example, you want a $5
Safety Razor: By buying some other
$5 article at the same time.
This applies to any Article' in stock
regardless of price.
FROM 7 TO 8 P. M.
ONLY ONE SUCH SALE TO A
CUSTOMER

On this day only, all
children under 15 years
of, age, who are accom accompanied
panied accompanied by parents or rel relatives,
atives, relatives, will be served Free.
Remember, children,
anything you want at the
Fountain Thursday,

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with you.

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That will make this the
Banner Day in the
entire Mstory of
our Store.

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All Day Specials.
CASH ONLY.
Any Knife in our store for 25c"
Provided you buy a Razor of equal
value at the same time.
Any pair of Scissors for 25c
provided you buy a Knife of equal

value at the same time.

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99

501 South Main

Phone 269

1. GATES' STATEMEHT

FROM 3111. CARMICHAEL

Editor Star: It is being circulat circulated
ed circulated that I divulged the name of Mr.
J. P. Phillips as the person who
wrote the article, entitled. "Show
this to Your Neighbor."

I wish to state that I did not
divulge the name of Mr. Phillips, be because
cause because my knowledge of the facts in
connection with the article arose in
friendly conversation with Mr. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips and as a part of my ork in the
postoffice, and I did not consider it
proper that I should divulge the
name of any person doing business
with the postoffice. Since, however,
there has been so much stir over
the matter, I consider it my duty,, in
order to dispel any misapprehen misapprehensions,
sions, misapprehensions, to tell all about my connection
with the matter. About fifteen days
ago. Mr. Phillips and I were in con

versation in his office, relative to an

article purported to have been writ written
ten written by Mr. Harrison, of the wet

forces. In the conversation, it was
remarked that the article was pretty

rank, and Mr. Phillips told me to just!

wait that a few days before the
election he would get out an article
along the same line, but that he
would make it a good deal stronger,
and that it would throw a bomb into
the wet camps. I do not care to
make a statement about the pur

chase of the envelopes from me, andj
the circumstances surrounding samei

unless it should become necessary
for me to do so in the courts. On
the night of the 11th inst, however,
Mr. Phillips brought to me a bundle
of letters to be mailed, and request requested
ed requested me not to say anything abqut the
matter. A few of the envelopes that
Mr. Phillips mailed that night have
been shown to me since that time,

after being opened, and they con contained
tained contained the article in Question. I am

positive on this point, because the
letters he mailed were the only
batch of letters gotten out that night
of that description, and therefore the
date thereon conclusively proves that
there is no possibility of a mistake

along those lines.
Mr. John Moore called on me
Sunday and told me that he had se secured
cured secured the name of the person who
was the author of the article, and

that the man was Mr. J. P. Phillips.

then toM him, upon being ques

tioned, what I knew about the mat

er.

I have tried to steer clear of this

matter all along and I did refuse to
divulge my knowledge of the affair

until the name of Mr. Phillips had
been obtained in connection with the

article, and I regret that in justice

to myself and the simple truth, that

I feel impelled to make this public
statement, especially since it so
vitally concerns a man who has been

my friend. J. E. Gates.

Before me the undersigned au

thority personally appeared J. E.

Gates, who being duly
(SEAL) sworn deposes and says
that the above state

ments are true. Sworn to before me

the 15th day of September, 1913.

J. G. Kichline,

Witnesses: Notary pudiic.

J. G. Kichline.
Wm. A. Jeff coat.
My commission expires Oct. 9,
1915. (Advertisement).

Editor Star: Mr. George Taylor
published an article in the Banner
yesterday morning purporting, to
give an account of a small unpleas unpleasantness
antness unpleasantness between he and I. Those
who heard the testimony In the re recorder's
corder's recorder's court can judge of the truth.

of his statements.

I desire to say that whatever else
Mr. Taylor may say about me, that
he can not charge me with being a
party to, or printing an article so
scurrilous, disgraceful and insulting
in its scope that the .manhood of this
county was shocked and enraged. He
cannot at least charge me with at attempting
tempting attempting to discredit my opponents
by attributing such an insult ? to
them, in an effort to win an election.
He can not say about me that I had
committed an act unworthy a gen gentleman,
tleman, gentleman, that I would be too coward cowardly
ly cowardly to admit it.
Mr. Taylor has never denied
printing the article, and thus mak-

iing himself a party to the insult of

fered to the most sacret things in
life, an insult to the church, the
school and the home. I regret slap slapping
ping slapping Mr. Taylor's face, but when the
horror of the insult offered, by him

I to the women of this county came to

me, and when he offered insult to
injury, I temporarily forgot myself.
Yours very truly,
C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
( Advertisement)

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Lake, City, Florida
A high-grade College whose Faculty is composed of Christian
men and women trained In the best schools. Our courses lead
to the degrees of A. B., B. S., and A. M.
Moral Influences excellent and surroundings conducive to
.Study and development of high character.
Departments: Collegiate, academic, business, art, expression,
and music. Application, should be made now for rooms.
Adress, :

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President

or W. B. JONES
Dean

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PanSs

Call Phone 267

Ocala Meat Market

when vou want First-class

Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege

tables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame.

Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
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Home Like Hotel, on the Amer- European Plan, $1 per day and
lean and European Plans. up. Special Weekly Kates.

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George Giles, J. I,. w!ey, Frank P. Gadson,
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A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier.

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(Not In corporated)

BANKER

Capital $25,000.00.
Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
of the Public.
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia St.
Ocala, Florida

FOR

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Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE

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We can save you money on your
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We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
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Try our method, you will like it.
Second-Hand Fnrniture Bought at
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Phone 481. OCALA, FLA.
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WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day time, and feel dull,
lazy and discouraged, you have
every symptom of a torpid
liver.
Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
fegular habit re-established.
It is a splendid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealer. Price, large pickage, $1,00
Atk for the cenalne with the Bed Z on the label. 1 1
you cannot get It. remit to u. we will eend hjr mail
poatoaid. Simmons Liver Brgalator ia alao pot op in
liqcl'd form for thoae whoprIfr tt. Fnce, per
bptile. Look for the Bed Z label.
I. H. ZEIUN & CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.
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I no you wear f
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If you do they should always
be ptless and nicely pressed.
Prcsing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. DODSON & RENTZ.
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WOOD)
The wood season will soon be
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for its coming now. I
: am in shape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD in any 'desir-
ed lengths. Get my prices bef or2 1
laying in your fall and winter
supply. Call Phone or leave
your orders at the Count's
eery Store, Cor. Ft. King avenue
and S. Main street.
J. H. J. COUNTS
OCAIiA FLA.
X. ALEXANDER,
PRACTICAL
Carpenter and Builder.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other j
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Fine steamers; best service; low
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Send for booklet.
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How to Keal a
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A Home Method burs to KS-
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Health.
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to Interfere with perspiration, and the
formation of protective scabL Keep
it clean and bandaged. If it is a stub stub-born
born stub-born case, flush your blood with S. S. S.
This famous blood purifier works won wonders.
ders. wonders. And you can easily give your
blood a good, thorough cleans1 n? by
tislngr S. S. S. There Is no need for
anyone, to be despondent over the ill illness
ness illness of blood impurities. No matter
how baflly they attack the system or
bow unsightly becomes the skin, just
remember there Is one ingredient in
S. S. S. that so stimulates the cellular
tissues throughout the body that each
selects its own essential nutriment
f.v.Tn the blood.
This means that all decay, all break
ing down of the tissues, ia checked and
repair work begins, s. s. s. has such

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a specific influence on all local cells as ing for you in every way t could tnillk
ToJcot. without openly searching, for that
each other. More attention is being- j I ddred not do lest I might jeopardize
given to constructive medicine thrn 1 your safety. I was almost in despair
ever beto.e. and S. S. S. Is the highest! Khen, j went tQ dIne with Mr Pnillipg
achievement In this line. . ? T T ,,,.
Do not fail to get a bottle of S. S. & j last evening. I felt I could not gc
to-day. You will be astonished at the j home without knowing at least that
results. If your abscess Is of such a y0u were safe, and now that I have
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a specialist, write to the Medical IVpt.,
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AUTHOR S'MARCM SCHUYLER" "RIorBr DEANE"
"DAVWIOf THr MORNING" ETC.
ILLUSTRATION 6y- Ttvi Wa&k

CHAPTER IX.
Dunham slept very little that night.
His soul was hovering between joy
and anxiety. Almost he was inclined
to find some way to send her word
about the man he had seen lingering
about the place, and yet perhaps it
was foolish. He had doubtless been
to" call on the cook, and there might
be no connection whatever between
what Dunham had heard and seen and
the lonely girl.
Next day, with careful hands, the
girl made herself neat and trim with a
few materials she had at hand. She
gathered her little hoard of money to
take with her, and cast one look back
over the cheerlesl room, with a great
longing to bid it farewell forever, and
go back to the world where -she be belonged;
longed; belonged; yet she realized that it was a
quiet refuge for her from the world
that she must hereafter face. Then
she closed her door, went down the
stairs and out into the street, like any
other servant on her afternoon out,
walking away to meet whatever crisis
might arise. She had not dared to
speculate much about the subject of
the coming interview. It was likely
he wanted to Inquire about her com comfort,
fort, comfort, and perhaps offer material aid.
She would not accept it, of course, but
it would be a comfort to know that
i some one cared. She longed inex
pressibly for this interview, just be because
cause because he had been kind, and because
he belonged to that world from which
she had come. He would keep her
secret. He had true eyes. She did
not notice soft, padded feet that came
wobbling down the street after her,
and she only drew a little further out
toward the curbing when a blear-eyed,
red face peered into hers as she stood
waiting for the car.. She did not no notice
tice notice the shabby man who boarded the
car after she was seated.
Tryon Dunham stood In the great
stone doorway, watching keenly the i
Passing throng. He saw the girl at
once as she got out of the car, but he
he did not notice the man In the bag
gy coat, who lumbered after her and

Gro-watched wIth wondering scrutiny as

Dunham came forward, lifted his hat,
and took her hand respectfully. Here
was an element he did not understand.
He stood staring, puzzled, as they dis disappeared
appeared disappeared into the great building; then
he planted himself in a convenient i
place to watch until his charge should
come out again. This was perhaps a j
gentleman who had come to engage j
her to work for him. She might be j
thinking of changing her place. He '.
must be on the alert. j
Dunham placed two chairs in the
far corner of the inner parlor, where
they were practically alone, save for.
an
occasional passer through the
hall. He put the girl into the most
comfortable one, and then went to
draw down the shade, to shut a sharp
of a"ernoon sunlight from her
eyes. She sat there and looked down
upon her shabby shoes, her cheap
gloves, her coarse garments, and hon-
orea mm ior tne nonor ne was giving
her in this attire. She had learned by
sharp experience that such respect to
one in her station was not common.
As he came back, he stood a moment :
I looking down upon her. She saw his
: eye rest with recognition upon the
hat she wore, and her pale cheeks j
j turned pink.
i 'I don't know what you will think
of my keeping this," she said shyly,
putting her hand to the hat, "but it
j seemed really necessary at the time,
and I! haven't dared spend the money
I for a new one yet. I thought perhaps
you would forgive me and let me pay i
you for it some time later." i
j "Don't speak of it," he broke it, in
ia low voice- "L am E glad you could ;
use it at all. It would have been a
j comfort to me if I had known where j
j it was. I had not even missed it, be- j
cause at this time of year I have very j
little use for it. It is my traveling I
hat."
He looked at her again as though I
the sight of her was good to him, and j
his gaze made her quite forget the J
words she had planned to say.
"I am so glad I have found you!" j
he went on. "You have not been out j
of my thoughts since I left you that
night on the train. I have blamed my- I
self over and over again for having j
gone then. I should have found some
way to stand by you. I have not had I
one easy moment since I saw you
last."
His tone was so intense that she ;
could not interrupt him; she could
only sit and listen in wonder, half i
trembling, to the low-spoken torrent I
of feeling that he expressed. She tried
to protest, but the look in his face
sioppea ner. tie went on witn an
earnestness that would not be turned
aside from its purpose.
"I came to Chicago that I might
search for you. I could not stand the
suspense any longer. I have been look-

sne summonea ner "courage now, and
spoke in a voice full of feeling.
"Oh, you must not feel that way..
You helped me just when I did not
know what to do, and put me in the
way of helping myself. I shall never
cease to thank you for your kindness
to an utter stranger. And now I am
doing very well.' She tried to smile,
but the teais came unbidden instead.
"You poor chold!" His tone was
fall of something deeper than compas compassion,
sion, compassion, and his eyes spoke volumes. "Do
you suppose I think you are doing
well when I see you wearing the garb
of a meniel and working for people to
whom you are far superior people
who by all the rights of education and
refinement ought to be in the kitchen
serving you?"
"It was the safest thing I could do,
and really the only thing I could get
to do at once," she tried to explain.
"I'm doing it better every day.
"I have no doubt. You can be an
artist at serving as well as anything
else, if you try. But now that is all
over. I am going to take care of j
you. There is no use in protesting.
If I may not do it in one way, I will j
In another. There is one question I
must ask first, and I hope you will
trust me enough to answer it. Is there
any other any other man who has the
right to care for you, and is unable or
unwilling to do it?"
She looked up at him, her large eyes
still shining with tears, and shuddered
slightly.
"Oh, no!" she said. "Oh, no, I thank
God there is not! My dear uncle has
'Oh, You
Are Wonderful!"
Breathed.
She
been dead for four years, and there
has never been any one else who
cared since Father died."
He looked at her, a great light be beginning
ginning beginning to come into his face; but she
did not understand and turned her
head to hide the tears.
"Then I am going to tell you some something,"
thing," something," he said, his tone growing lower,
yet clear enough for her to hear every
word distinctly.
A tall, oldish girl with a discon discontented
tented discontented upper lip stalked through the
hall, glanced in at the door, and sniff sniffed
ed sniffed significantly, but they did not see
her. A short, baggy-coated man out outside
side outside hovered anxiously around the
building and passed the very window
of that room, but the shade opposite;
them was down, and they did not
know. The low, pleasant voice went
on:
"I have come to care a great deal
for you since I first saw you, and I
want you to give me the right to care
for you always and protect you against
the whole world." ;
She looked up, wondering.
"What do you mean?"
"I mean that I love you, and I want
to make you my wife. Then I can de defy
fy defy the whole world if need be, and put
you where you ought to be."
"Oh!" she breathed softly.
"Wait, please," he pleaded, laying
his hand gently on her little, trembling
one. "Don't say anything until I have
finished. I know of course that tf is
will be startling to you. You have
been brought up to feel that such
things must be more carefully and de deliberately
liberately deliberately done. I do not want you to
feel that this is the only way I can
help you, either. If you are not will willing
ing willing to be my wife, I will- find some
other plan. But this is the best way.
If it isn't too hard on you, for I love
; you as I never dreamed that I could
( love a woman. The only question Is.
i whether you can put up with me until
i I can teach you to love me a little."
j She lifted eloquent eyes to his face.
! "Oh, it is not that," she stammered,
a rosy light flooding cheek and brow.
, "It is not that at all. But you know
nothing about me. If you knew, you
would very likely think as others do,
and
, "Then do not tell me anything about
yourself, if it will trouble you. I do
not care what others think. If you
have poisoned a husband, I should
know that he needed poisoning, and
any way I should love you and stand

I have riot done anything wrong,"
she said gravely.
"Then if you have done nothing
wrong, we will prove It to the world,
or, if we cannot prove it, we will fly
to some desert island and live there in
peace and love. That is the way I feel
about you. I know that you are good
and true and lovely! Any one might
as well try to prove to me that you
were crazy as that you had done
wrong in any way."
Her face grew strangely white.
"Well, suppose I was crazy?"
."Then I would take you and cherish
ycu and try to cure you, and if that
could not be done, I should help you
bear it"
"Oh, you are wonderful!" she
breathed, the light of a great love
growing in her eyes.
The bare, prosaic walls stood stolid stolidly
ly stolidly about them, indifferent to romance
or tragedy that was being wrought
out within its wall. The whirl and
hum of the city without, the grime and
soil of the city within, were alike for forgotten
gotten forgotten by these two as their hearts
throbbed in the harmony of a great
passion.
"My father died when I was only a
young girl. We had not much money,
and my mother's older brother took
us to his home to live. My mother
was his youngest sister, and he loved
her more than any one else living.
There was another sister, a half-sister,
much older than my mother, and
she had one son. He was a sulky,
handsome boy, with a selfish, cruel
nature. He seemed to be happy only

when he was tormenting some one. He
used to come to Uncle's to visit when
I was there, and he delighted In an annoying
noying annoying me. He stretched barbed wire
where he knew I was going to pass in
the dark, to throw me down and tear
my clothes. He threw a quantity of
burrs In my hair, and once he led me
into a hornet's nest. After we went
to live at my uncle's, Richard was not
there so much. He had displeased my
uncle, and he sent him away to.
school; but at vacation times he came
again, and kept the house in discom discomfort.
fort. discomfort. He seemed always to have a
special spite against me. Once he
broke a rare Dresden vase that Uncle
prized, and told him I had done it.
Mother did not live long after Fa Father
ther Father died, and after she was gone, I
had no one to stand between me and
Richard. Sometimes I had to tell my
Uncle, but oftener I tried to bear it,
because I knew Richard was already a
great distress to him.
"At last Richard was expelled from
college, and Uncle was so angry with
him that he told him he would do
nothing more for him. He must go to
work. Richard's father and mother
had not much money, and there were
other children to support. Richard
threatened me with all sorts of awful
things if I did not coax Uncle to take
him back into his good graces again.
I told him I would not say a "word to
Uncle. He was very angry and swore
at me. When I tried to leave the
room he locked the door and would
not let me go until I screamed for
help. Then he almost choked me, but
when he heard Uncle coming he jump jumped
ed jumped out of the window. The next day
(Continued Tomorrawj
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