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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Full Text
JcALA EVENINO STAR-:'-
OOALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913 NO. 108 ;

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I I l. A Xrn-A-, io rosiirno1 on 11 PPMlf III rt I l

. n r 1 uiaiiva u"luui'' H II iiw II H II I

AMI

BE IN FLORIDA

disclosed further a number of bruis

es upon the body and limbs and
head. The skull was not crushed.
One bruise was on the chest. An-

! other was on the right forearm.

Others were on the right temple and
jaw, with minor bruises elsewhere
about the body. There was no evi

dence of deliberate violence.

I The theory was accepted that Mr.

Uatcnings naa nooea unc ui
sea bass that are said to be running
niontifnllv in those waters just now,

;

ngton, Sept. 2 .-benator ; and ha(j been dragged into tne water

will go to Fforida within i fcefore he could brace himself and

pior Senator, is Coming to Arrange

His Lines of Uatth Against

Gilchrist and Stockton

J

days or two weeks for the pur-

of faking preliminary arrange-

ts fo- his campaign tor renom-

on,and his appearance will add

est 'to the senatorial contest, in

ch he and Stockton are the prin-

figures.

e nresent session 01 uonsie

been one of the busiest of Sena-

letcher's career at Washington,

declare tnat it has

useful.

TOT

HEIR

COLORS

that the line being wrapped around
one hand or becoming entangled

around his body he was towed under

Officers and Men of the CJreek Army
Treparing Against an Ottoman
Invasion
London. England. Sept. 27. King

Constantine of Greece is making
preparations for a hurried return to ;
Athens. The Balkan situation is re-i
carded bv the Hellenic government :

The king has;

marks and brands, has resigned, on

account of his removal to Cotton
Plant, where he will engage in farm farming.
ing. farming. Mrs. Wm. Griffith gave a card par party
ty party for her son, Ralph, last Monday
night- The evening was pleasantly
spent and enjoyed by all present. The
card prize, a box of candy, was won
by Miss Clara Kibler.
Coeowitch & Vanbrackle have on
exhibition a stalk of cotton which
grew from a stray seed near their
still. The texture and fiber rivals
that of the famous Sea Island cotton.
Marion county soil will produce as
fine cotton as is grown anywhere.

Dunnellon is now a saloonless

LONGER STAY

t

,j;f nnir.MnO' I h O LTinP" fi ft T - ; J

. , tto C1-V u'u";""6' town. And we beg leave io remmi

water by tne ternnea nsa auu i decided to cut short his visit to the contemporary which suggested
killed. This theory is supported b de regort of East Bourne on the to eyen
the report that several ; south coast of England, and will, that Dunnellon has four
have been jerked into the water near j cQme lQ Londf)n for a Bneclal confer-j and no galoons.

there recenuy, iroiy uulo Jv t ence wjth sir Edward Grey, tne

rocks from which they were fishing, j . foreisn secretary.

I: seems to be supported further by j A1J Greek omcers have been callelj

the fact that Mr. Catchmgs rlSht ; for acliYe service with their com

-

i Dunnellon is now saiooniebs. kju

Monday night five saloons here clos

ed their dcors quitely, never to open j

me : lor active service nu men un. -, aa;n Harrv Peter and B. F.
hand was severely contused ui.on the; man and manv of the regiments: associated in business

millions una iijl ii v --s w
Fletcher's onnonents i.nnviA a rinsr on one finger ofj tUrx 111 nf rhp

- - j QJSUu.llU.vrU. IX t lilt V. J o v- w. v

Ut he has been verj that hanj was driven hard upon tne j campaign

against Turkey are now

-i p.ffiri Pitt since he was sent fl&-., it mis'ht have been that the .. v.,-n,i

-"- ; LieillS iciuu'Jiii'cu.
Senate, and they realize that j line was wrapi:ed and caught around ; The activities Gf the Turkish

"k of beating him is going to ; that hand.

anything but cne of the "bei o!

variety.

I troops are believed by the Greeks to

in Ocala, where they will open the

jOcala House Wine Rooms, on Oct. 1.
! Messrs. Pedrick, O.Eannon and O'-

Xeal have not yet announced their

j Kfficient Knginter Officer May Re

main in Florida Until the
Year's End

Jacksonville, Sept. 27. Maj. John

R. Slattery, chief of .the army en

gineering corps at this place.'is in re

ceipt of unofficial information from

Col. Edward Burr, assistant to the

chief of engineers, and in charge of

the personnel desk, Washington, to
the effect t.at he will remain at

Jacksonville until some time in the

first of the new year, and then wil

go to Vicksburg, to assume command

of the Mississippi river engineering

work, and that the official order ex

tending his stay in this city from Oc October
tober October l-, as originally promulgated.

will be issued this montt,

future plans.

I

HIED THE TilES

Catchings of Birmingham, Draj

rjed into the Sea anJ Drowned

by a Big Fish

j foreshadow an attempt by them to: Mr? Xonh gave a party to the lit.
I recapture the port of Kavala. on the.; f,,OTl0 nf hpr snn. Kendall, on

COI1N TASSEL FFXnl Aegean sea, which cost Greece so occason Gf his eleventh" birthday.

FLORIDA'S SHARE OF THE

much in blood and treasure

i
, ...-jwtn i t, v .(!. .1 recent war with Bulgaria

in her

which was last Tuesday

Ranks in Our State

Turkish officers now on their way

fi-nm Aain Minor tn the nrovince oi

j I I U 111
Washington. Sept. 27. Secretary Thrace openly admit that Kavala is
McAdoo has deposited in national the o0jective point of Ottoman aspir-

;vern-;ations.

i banks f 24 J 90,00 of the

I ment's $50,000,000 crop moving: n the meanwhi!e Premier Eleu-

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AMERICAN EXTRAVAGAHCE

Trcmcndvus Amounts of Money Spent
Year for Alcohol and
Tobacco

.tlanta, Sept. 27. The theory j

fat the late Mr. Fred P. Catchings,

Birmingham and Atlanta, was

,ill;d by one of the strangest acci-

rjfts imaginable, is advanced upon

Sumstances which have come to

funds. The South has received near-1 therios Venizelos of Greece is trying

ly all of its quota. Deposits now are to terret out Turkey's intentions by

The

being made in the Central West

deposits so far in the Southern states
are:
Alabama, $1,170,000; Florida.
$495,000; Georgia, $1,622,000;
Louisiana. $3,075,000; Mississippi,

Carolina, $1,250,-

$1,400,000;

that entangled in his own fish-j- $2,045,000; Texas, $600,-

(ne-he was battered against subma- 000 vir2inia $S50,000.

rocks and was drowned. j

EVENTUALLY YOULL Be VvjTTH
us-sm not TodaY?

h "about his death. The theory is

he was dragged into tne o.ean $150 000 Xorth

Jacksonville, oj a gwui f 00 gouth Carolina,

batches from Jacksonville re?

that Mr. Catchings left Atlantic

cb hotel Sunday afternoon to fish

iMayport, at the mouth of the St.

is river. He was seen upon one

hose jetties about 4 o'clock, fish

making a demand at Constantinople
for the precise date' on which the
Ottoman' government proposes to re resume
sume resume the-long interrupted peace ne negotiations.
gotiations. negotiations. Some officials declare that they

know negotiations to that end have'

been started in Constantinople

DIXXFLLOX DOTS

It is a Ions

TAKIXCi A LOXG (Advocate)

AXD PKR1ROFS TRIP. As one citizen said

ways between drinks."
Washington, Sept. 26. The fifty. Earl Vann and Randolph Griffith

imoins mnstlv women and child-, "havft cone to DeLand. where they

L 4 o clock nsn
. -A;cr ti,Dir wav thrnnsrh the! will attPTid Stptson University.

rilSn-tath ihe l0ng aDd! MI'Thelma Hoffman is visiting
'orning, floating m the water U. n nQi t vt

. .,t4. in a fish- perilous jouiucj "'!? .
south-jotty, tangled in a nsn i ...,,,,. nmQio(i n. nrim t snpin? seve-!

, i ipti imraiiiiu esiciua, avv-uumu.v. li

HIS waiM as biuppeu ,.; ,l It ll in Vo,v- Vnrk nnd Rnlti-

. i vinv I lit-? "A. 1 1 1 tr i av. v,w-v-. - i ai v. v. v

maicaung pernaps tn ---

irht have occurred believed tnat oni sixiy mort-.
might nave occurrea. L'in(r.,nj norl Waters are

. . i .. 'srp iPtt in uuraiisu awic. . "'b

kat nour suuuu

disclosed

Upending the week at White Springs

primarily' You should discard that straw hat. seeking to renew their health and

water in the lungs, See Waterman for

by drowning. It hats and derbies.

thp latest soft routn.

022-tf I E- E. Williams, local inspector of

APPLiCATfOM

Knd op rsuT
AfT OF EXCELSiOiiN
VoopTTank-Tank
ADDRESS

YOU CM ALWAYS

Tea oua Mmbb?.5

oY vmhAT "TY

The sTuffTheYu
POLLYbMORRoW

iS The sTuff-
THEY PULLGO
"YooaY1.

IF You ARE EUGiBLP

vNTClV OUT FoR.
nlt scooT vers 1

Frank Fayant, in the October num

I ber of Munsey's Magazine shows

' that the smoking and drinking bill of

I the American people now reaches the

enormous figure of $2,700,000,000 a

year.

' Since the time when Columbus
braved the unknown seas in search

!of the treasures of the Indes, man

has dug out of the earth fifteen

j thousand' million dollars in gold," he-

avs. since tne panic oi-wi

! American people have spent for al

cohol and tobacco fifteen thousand
million dollars. Or 'to put these two

statements in the form of a -mathe

matical equation: the product of four

1 hnnireii and twenty years of human

5 toil, sacrifice and bloodshed, of dar-

' ing discovery and exploration of con continental
tinental continental wilderness, of cruel wars of
i aggression and conquest, of wonder wonder-!
! wonder-! fni onsriTieprine triumnhs. in the

never-ending search for the precious
metal, equals six years easy-going ex-
penditure of the American people for
; the weed that soothes and the-'cup
"that cheers."
i "How much is twenty-seven hun hun-idre
idre hun-idre l million dollars? If, a thousand
years before the time of- Moses the
! Lawgiver, the ancient Egyptians had
'begun hoarding a treasure of gold

at the rate of a dollar a minute, and

if ever since then every minute, day

and night, these thousands of years
the accumulation of this treasure

had continued, the golden hoard

would today be fiye hundred years
short of the twenty-seyen hundred
million dollars we spend in one year

for alcohol and tobacco.

"A stack of 2.700,000,000 dollar

bills would tower a hundred and for

ty miles in the sky, far beyond the

earth's atmosphere. In thousand dol dollar
lar dollar gold certificates the stack would

be higher than the Wool worth Build

ing in New York. If twenty-seven
million dollar bills were strung end
to end they would cover every mile
of railway track in the country. This
same green ribbon would reach from
ihe earth to the moon and a hundred
miles beyond."
Mr. Fayant says that the bulk of
this money is spent by wage-earners.
:t is equal to the earnings of more
;han four million workers. It is two

and a half times the wages of all the

nen cn all the railroads. It is four four-ten
ten four-ten times the great' payroH of the

steel corporation.

Sir George Paish. the English econ

omist, estimate that the American

people are saving the great sum of

Ive billion dollars a year that is,
that we are putting this money Into

new railroads, factories, farms, hom

es and other productive investments,
and thus adding to the national
wealth. But we are spending this
sum every 20 months for tobacco
and alcohol. Our enormous savings
lank hoard is the wonder and envy
of Europe, but we spend in twenty-

months as much money for tobacco
and alcohol as we.have laid by in the
savings bank in all these years of
prosperity and thrift. Every month,
we spend more than we add, to our
bank savings in a whole year.
More than half the total wealth of

the United States is incorporated in
manufacturing and industrial com companies,
panies, companies, banks and other financial fn- -stitutions,
railroads, telegraph tele telephones
phones telephones and other public service corr
rorations. The combined profits of
all the?e businesses are less than the

expenditures for smoking' and drink-'
ing. The twenty-seven hundred mil million
lion million dollars annual outlay is greater

than the total cost of all our govern-

t's salary

'down to the cross-roads schoolhouse:
jit is three times the national debt. It

U more than all Europe is spending
'for war and war preparations,
j "If our habits do not change,"
'says the writer, "we shall consume
more'tobacco and alcohol in the next
thirty-five years than could be pur-

( Concluded on Seventh Page)

NUT CLUB

There's a Reason Why Each of Our Members Are Here

By F. R. MORGAN
(Copvrisnt. 113. Western Newspaper I nmn.

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Up) to Value
. -r sm s. s-rr tt-. t st 1 .1 I r .nlnna t T QTTI dniTltJ tO OtTp V it fill

at Cost till October 15th. If you buy a suit from me, and you nnd alter
wearing it that you are dissatisfied, or that you can match it elsewhere tor
le ssthari $12.50, you can return the suit and get your money back. :-: :-.
Is JVIoney Worth Saving ?

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WHY PAY
MORE ?

OCALA, FLORIDA



TWO
THE OCAIii. EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, J 913
i
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
I OCALA OCCURRENCES I

...i

.

K. of P. meet Monday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

.Masons meet Thursday evening.

Moose meet Thursday night.

Mr. S. B. Hawk, a clever young
man who recently arrived in the city
from Macon. Ga., and has taken a
position with Mclver & MacKay, will
open Monday evening, at room No.
1, Merchant's block, a night school
for instruction in stenography, type typewriting
writing typewriting and bookkeeping. Mr. Hawk

Mr. Gilbert Proctor of Eureka is ; is a Floridian and taught for several

visiting friends in the city.

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years in the public schools. He is a
graduate of Stanley's business col college
lege college in Macon, and is thoroughly
competent to teach the most up-to-

Fishel's store will be closed during ; date methods. He has four of the

the Jewish New Year. best new tvne writers, the use of

which goes with instruction. His
terms are very reasonable, and his
school offers a splendid opportunity

Mr. W. J. Frink. who has been tot tn t hn;o uhn Hosiro t r finich thorn.

Jacksonville on a business-mission. selves in the branches mentioned

returned to Levon yesterday. and who have not opportunity to at

tend school in the daytime. See or
phone, to him for terms.

Get your school books NOW, and
avoid the Monday rush at The Mur

ray Company- 9-24-3t

Cut glass in the latest cuts and de-Ocala, accompanied Mr. Frederick
signs at low prices at The, Murray pHocker t"5AtIanta yesterday.

Company.

9-24-3t

Mr. D. E. Mclver returned today
from a business trip to Bushnell,
Coleman and Wildwood.
t s

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Look at the cut glass display in
the show window of The Murray
Company. 9-24-3t

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Mrs. J. A. Nelson of Cranford's
mill was in the city shopping today.

There's a-reason why you should
try the Strauss Cafe, for it's some something
thing something different. -23-:Jt

i A-api. r.. it. ins pi the staunch
f and swift "Sharpshooter" of Gra Gra-fcamville,
fcamville, Gra-fcamville, w'as in town today.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

Dr. Blackshear and Messrs. J. E.
.'Sherouse and Allison Wartmann ol
Citra were in town last night.

PR. W. K. liAXE Specialist, Eye
'Ear, Nose jnd Throat. Office Law
Mbrary Building, Ocala. Adv.

Mr. -E. C. Horsford of Eastman,
Ga., the young architect who will
plan Dunnellon's new schoolhouse,
was in town today.

Mr. Dal Mabry, a popular young
Tampa lawyer and well known in

The Junior C. E. of the Christian
church will reorganize and begin
work the first Sunday in October.

Mr. P. V. Leavengood, business
manager of the Star, continues quite
Ul with a bilious attack at his home
on Oklawaha avenue.

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The display in the west window of
the Marion Hardware Co. is just the
one to catch the eye of a fisherman.
Frank Anthony is a disciple of Izaak
. Walton himself, and knows how to
please the others.

Messrs. Walter Pedrick and Wal Walter
ter Walter Perkins and some friends have
returned from a very successful fish
jng trip to Salt Springs.

ALL THE LADIES WHO
TRIED
Chase &Sanborns
Seal Brand
Coffee
AT OUR DEMONSTRATION
PRONOUNCED IT THE
REST EVER.
ORDER A TIN TODAY AND
SEE IF TRi;V ARE NOT
RIGHT.
ONE, TWO AND THREE
POUND TINS.
O.K. TEA-POT

GROCERY

PHONES 10 and 174.
OCALA FLA.

Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Educational Day ser sermon.
mon. sermon. 7:30 p. m. Sermon, "Religious
Thermometer."
Special music.
Everybody welcome.
Baptist
(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Preaching.
Topic. "Studying with Christ."
3:30 p. m. Junior union.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Topic, "The Supremacy of the 'Un 'Unknown
known 'Unknown God'
Everybody welcome.
Presbyterian
(Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge, D.. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Sermon.
Preaching by Rev. Richard D.
Dodge of Cape Charles, Va.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Preaching by pastor.
A cordial invitation extended to
the public to attend 4hese services.
Every one will be welcome.
Methodist
(Rev. Jno. B. Ley, Pastor)
Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.
Be on. hand promptly and get
ready for Rally Day.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pas

tor. Subject. "Does the Church
Speak with Authority in Matters of
Morals?"
At 3:30 p. m. Senior League devo devotional
tional devotional meeting.
At 7:30 p. m. Rev. F. R. Bridges,
presiding elder, will preach. Mr.
Bridges is an earnest, forceful and
popular preacher. He should com command
mand command a good house.

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All the late shapes and, shades in
men's fall tiats are just in at Water Waterman's.
man's. Waterman's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf

. The Florida Title & Abstract Co.
and Mr. R. C. Muncaster are at home
in their handsome new offices in the
Bierman building on North Firsl
street, opposite the postoffice.

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A license -to fill prescriptions is
not all perfection demands. Perfect
quality of ingredients, absolute ac accuracy
curacy accuracy in compefunding, a complete,
fresh, well-kept stock these are all
"necessary to prescription perfection.
You get them all at Gerig's drug
stores. 9-20-tf

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Mr:( Ed Ahearn went to Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee last night, where he will" meet his
brother and spend a day or two with
him. Mr. Ahearn has been with an
engineering corps on the Seaboard
for several months.

Rev. Richard D. Dodge, pastor of
the Presbyterian church at Cape
Charles, Va., will preach at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church of this city at 11 a.
m. tomorrow.

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We were in Ludden & Bates' piano
store at Ocala Wednesday and found
Mr. A. M. Lansford very busy, but no
matter how busy he is, he will always
Cuke time to talk to his friends. You
m&ould call and see his pianos and
you will see one of the best lines for
t&e money you can get in Marion
eunty. Crystal River News.

Luckies

- Garage.
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
var owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE 3IE A TRIAL
T. C. LucScie,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Idea
Theater.

The editoY was at Ocala this week
and can say it is a business town
and one that its citizens should be
proud of. We called on the Ocala
Banner, but did not have time to
call on the Star. The Banner is an
up-to-date plant and fine boys. We
stopped at the Empire Cafe, B. B.
Baum, proprietor. Mr. and 'Mrs.

Baum are fine people and we can say

to those stopping at Ocala that you

will never be fed or treated better

than at Baura's.i Crystal River

News.

Mr. John Thompson, the young
contractor and builder, has just com

pleted the two pretty bungalows' for
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft and is now now-building
building now-building Mr. C. E. Winstoru's pretty
five-room bungalow in the second

ward. Mr. Thompson is a careful
workman and has much skill and

taste and is going to have' all the

work he can do.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall. at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Oct. 10.

G. C. SHEPHARD,

DENTIST.

Holder Block', Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 250.

Call Phone 26?
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame,
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON,
412 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

The follow'ner schedule !s not paid
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in correction? when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SF ABOARD AIR LINE

Southbound
No. "3
No. 9 (Limited).
No. 1
Northbound

o
4
10 (Limited).

Arrive
..1:05 p.m
.2-:30 p.m.
.i;J5 a.m.

Leave
1:25 p.m.
2:33 p.m.
1:40 a.m.

No.
No.
No.

.2:23 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
.4:20 p m. 4:23 p.m.

The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 33 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (.Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.

No. 40

12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.

Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (unnyjim) ... .Arrive S:50 p.m
Ocala and IIoraoaa
leave No. 49 : 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.

Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913
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io lie Hulk by Judge llkok on Election f Oloers by the U,s It
South Second Street Evening
Judgs W. S. Bullock has let the1 The Boy Scouts held a well attend attend-ccntract
ccntract attend-ccntract to Levi Alexander, the con-jed meeting last night, some thirty
tractor and builder, to build for him members being present. Hansel Hansel-an
an Hansel-an eigth-room residence with, all Leavengood, Arthur loore George
modern conveniences, sleeping porch- Williams, Robert W hite and Roscoe
e etc.." on south Second street, ; Meffert were elected patrol leaders,
across the street from D. M. Smith's j each of whom will have eight mem-

, n .,, Ko .fn-ipc oers unaer nis commanu. i n- uua
home. The house will tie two stories

and very pretty in design

Lew Alexander did the work of

ccnducted the election "themselves.

Messrs. Rooney, McClane and Ste-

n, , vpns were nresent and made address address-remodeling
remodeling address-remodeling the cottage on Oklawaha ens were i
avenue, owned by Miss Alice Bullock, es-
mention of which was made in this! The next meeting will be held Fri Fri-Pcper
Pcper Fri-Pcper a few days ago. Oct. 3. at o p m.. at which time
1 1 the patrols will be made up and
. x-i-iv guru steps taken toward securing a hall

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, other necessary features.

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I recently delivered the keys to the

The GtAD HAND goesthe man who has

ley in tne bank. Monehnnk enables vou

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y uui your pians anet others to join
an enterprise. Try t through a deal
t some MONF.Y nf V.w TvT -7 1 1 1 foil

ry it with SOME MONEY -vmirs- von will

succeed.

We shall ladlv ADVnTT

matters any time, free of cru
DO YOUR BANKIITH US
We Pay 4 per cent IntfresSaviPSs Accounts

finished job at Brooksville, the mag magnificent
nificent magnificent new Hernando county court court-hnnsp.
hnnsp. court-hnnsp. one of the prettiest in the

state. The big courthouse ana jaii

at Bushnell. Sumter county, is com coming
ing coming along nicely, the roof being com completed,
pleted, completed, and the courthouse job at
Tifton, Ga., started several months
ago, is also progressing rapidly and
has the roof on it. This firm is
figuring on several other big jobs,
private, county, state and federal

work, and thev are scattered all thei

wav from Palm Beach up the At

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lantic coast to the

New England

! states, thence west to Wyoming.

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This firm does not always get all the

The special meeting of. Fort King

Camp at Yonge's hall Friday night
was attended by about thirty mem

bers, and much business was trans
acted.

It was resolved that the monument

to the deceased soverign Walter

Young should be. unveiled Sunday
afternoon, Oct. 5, and all members

should try to attend and contribute

flowers.
Messrs. E. C.'Folk, E. L. Mills and

J. L. Smcak, Jr., were admitted from
o:her camps on transfer cards.
Vpssrs. W. C Smoak and C. H.-

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The Credit System.
This bank offers to its patrons the best facilities
for the transaction of all financial matters
that are consistent with our well well-established
established well-established policy of re responsible
sponsible responsible banking.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BAM
Capital Surplus and Profits, $85,000.00.-
An active Depository for the United States."

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j enough contracts to have two orjthe goat more lively than a JHorida

! more unaer course or ocnsiruuuuu j muie.
all the time. Mr. Williams of this Several applications were received
i firm, has the great advantage of.anj ?0me voted on, and the meting

having built a big job in nearly ev-: a j journe d at 10 p. m.

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i forty years he "has been at the work,

and the knowledge of the local mar market,
ket, market, labor, transportation and ma

terial conditions is a great asset toi

the firm when figuring on a job.

t.:, ,v?n nmnprlv train and educate young ladies and girls

. i,Spfl course for higher and better life. We solicit

vihe attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance them

;.rapidly and thoroughly, maKing me ui m

well as an elegant means of culture.
We have agreed to take a few small boys about 12 years of age in
our primary and preparatory department.
Young men's classes from 2 to 5 p. m. or from :30 to 9.30 at
night. Best attention and thorough teaching.

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Ocala, Flori.

invited to an exhibit and demonston of the most wonder-

er made. The flues o this range aJiade of Patented Key-

upper Bearing Aluminum-rusd v.etn cr.,,?, p.n(i Taile-

le has many other remarkable features, but c-. nlone makes it

tlAe-most desirable range ever nut:on the marbpf. .tTit tima is as-

fsi-red all visitors, and manv useful 'son venire

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Prof. J. II. Brinson, superintend-;
ent of public instruction, who has
been living on his farm two miles
out on the Blitchton road for several
years, has moved to Ocala to reside.!
Prof. Brinson has traded his pretty

little place two miles out on the Sil-i

ver Springs boulevard to Mr. Thorn-

sen of the postoffice for a neat cot cottage
tage cottage and block of ground on the
west side of the Anthony road or
Daugherty street, between the resi

dences of Prof. George Stuart andj

Mr. E. C. Smith.
Mr. R. J. Rivers, the sawmill man
who has been living at his mill thir

teen miles west of town on the Ocala

and Southwestern Railroad, has
moved to Ocala that his children
may attend school. Mr. Rivers is
occupying one of Mrs. Jessie Hay Hay-craft's
craft's Hay-craft's pretty cottages in the second
ward. He is a most excellent gen

tleman and his family will make a
valuable addition to our city.

Mr. J. H. Spencer of the Ocala

Gas Engine Works, whose name is
instantly associated with the Buick

automobile, he having been the agent

popular car in this part of

the state since the inception of the

automobile industry, has received

his first shipment of 1914 models.

There are two handsome touring

cars and a roadster in the shipment,

and thev are the last word in auto

mobile construction.

GEO. C. and MRS. G. C. LOGNEY,

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I am showing this season one1 of

the largest, best and most up-to

date lines of millinery that has ever

been opened in Ocala. he line em

braces goods for all classes medium

priced and fine goods, and I guarah

tPP I cln sell vou better goods tor

less money than any house in the

ritv. The ladies of Ocala and the

surrounding country are cordially

l invirpd to call and look over the

handsome stock which is now cn dis

play and ready for their inspection.

AX FXFGA NT DISPLAY
OF CUT C.I4ASS

Klein's

Ilij; lry Goods and Millinery Store
West Side of the Square

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cut glass that we remember to 'have j

seen in the city is now on display in
one of the large mirror-back show
windows of the Murray Company's
store. This company will have its
store filled with beautiful goods be

fore' the holiday trade begins.

A FIREARMS PAMPHLET

This office has printed five thous

and neat little 20-page pamphlets!

for Mr. B. Goldmen, containing only J P

firearms of all the makes, revolvers,
rifles and shotguns, all illustrated
and very low delivered prices quoted.
These pamphlets 'will be circulated
all over the country and any person,
after seeing the prices will be asham ashamed
ed ashamed to look a Chicago mail order cata catalogue
logue catalogue in the face.
"Whv Pay More?"

Last night, somewhere v down in
Shady Grove, Mr. George Deas and a
:)S-caliber pistol ball tried to occupy
the same line of march at the same
time, with the result that the bullet

caught Mr. Deas in the neck and
went cri until it lolged under his
cheekbone. Mr. Deas says that Mr.
George Johns was the man behind
the gun. Both Deas and Johns came
to town this afternoon, Deas for

treatment and Johns to give himselt

He surrendered to the sheriff

who took him before Judge bmith.

The judge placed Mr. Johns under
bond, which he easily gave.

Gcmcnlt Blocks
Phone 331
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NEAT COLOKEI) TENEMENTS

Messrs. J. F. Jenkins & Co.. the
contractors, who own a block of
ground at their warehouse and office

on North Osceola avenue, are rush-

A tra'e slogan or motto that is

rapidly becoming as well known in
this part of the state as the name of
George Washington or Evelyn Thaw,
is Mr. B. Goldman's eternal query,
which he most persistently and in intelligently
telligently intelligently thrusts in the face of the
buying public of this part of the
state and which closes every adver advertising
tising advertising sentence which he sends out
"Whv Pav More?" And, indeed, it

o- tn pnmnlption eichteen neat

ree-room cottages for colored ten-; is the best of good advice and the

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f tho" firm' nwn laborers, every man. women and child in this

and they will be given the preference.
The houses are three rooms" each,
two fire places and a flue in the third

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PERRY FRESH WATER SYSTEM
A powerful direct pressure pump operated by com compressed
pressed compressed air from small storage tank. Econom Economical
ical Economical inasmuch as you get nearly three times as
much water as is gotten by systems using the
germ proof water storage tanks.
Let us explain more fully and give you an estimate
of the cost completely installed
FULLY GUARANTEED
OCALA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO., AGIS.

See our demonstration plant in operation.

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every man. women ana c

section of Florida will be familiar
with the line and that it has a
meaning, pertinent and personal to

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room for a stove. The houses are mem. iue oiuei "1l"cu
ceiled inside, painted inside and out Goldman a letter, the envelope bear bear-and
and bear-and have broad verandas and plenty ing no address at all save this "Why
. .!. ti,., hn;ai:l Pav Mnrp." and neither city nor

doors ana iuuu?. mc nuu.-t -.

will all be completed in a very short state nor firm name. in a ver
ti. nn Pveral are already oc- short time while passing his place he

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PLUMBING
AND ELECTRICAL WORK

cupied.

I With every rans;e sold during the week of the exhibit we w ill make
a present of a set of High-Grade Aluminum Cooking Ware.
- HE SURE TO COME. REMEUKKK THE DATE.
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MANISCKIPT COVEUS

An elegant line of ia.ers manj-

senpt covers, in any color that couia

be desired, just received at the Star
office.

smilingly exclaimed that he had re received
ceived received it.

Pathe Weekly Temple tonight. It

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ways sure of teste 1 quality abso absolute
lute absolute parity standard strength, be because
cause because you're entitled to them. Gerig's
drug stores. 9-20-tf

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we employ tone but expert re are In position to Roarantee ef- jP
ery pleee of work we eonntrnet to 1anl the Inspection of the met
rigid Inspector. It eosts nothlDu to ;et onr fijrure and yoa are the jf
winner, vhether we aeenre e eontra-t or not. Give ai trial.
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THE OCA LA EVEXlAti STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

IJITTIXGKIi 5c CAHHOLL, IROIRII-:TORS
H. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Uu-.iness Manager
J. II. llenjaniin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

would naturally like to see some
i strong South Florida man go to the
! Senate, but Governor Gilchrist's can can-i
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didacy does not seem to be taken
' very seriously, and I know of no
jother Souh Floridian who will run.,
Srfifkrnn I rhink ran pvnppf an nvor-

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CONVICTS lililXG THE COIN"

SUBSCRIlTiON HATES

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

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00

Six months, in advance....
Three months, in advance,
One month, in advance. .

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Col. R. F. Roarers, who has just re-;
turned from Tallahassee, informs!

! the Star that the state convicts have
j been leased at the highest price yet
obtained for them.
There are some 1600 convicts,
over 4 00 of whom are women or

oa s partly disabled men. The bids ran

j all the way from $240 a head, which

would have been considered a big
price a few years ago, to $337.50.

after sev- of the army, when the latter, retires Tne price fixed by the state was

Col- $283.15 for able-bodied negroes and

Congressman L'Engle,

eral week's at Hampton Springs and on account of age October 11.

White Sp-ings, has returned to onel Kingman is now stationed at $250 for able-bodied white men.
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nasnimgon. ins irienas an over me ; sa annan as aivision engineer oi tne Tha rnnvirta a-prs 1ncorl rtirwlv

southeast division. He is well and'to individuals and individual firms,
favorably known in Florida. The system of leasing all the convicts
" to one big firm, which sub-leases

IMPOSSIBLE TO OTHERWISE them to others, is at an end.

state will be glad to know that he is
in- much better health.

We would like to see the next leg legislature
islature legislature pass a law prohibiting news newspaper
paper newspaper publishers from lying about
their circulation. Dade City Banner.
Why should not the legislature
pass a law against everybody lying
' and be done with it? Seems to the
Star that with the present widely dis disseminated
seminated disseminated practice of lying in busi business
ness business and social circles, to require a
newspaper man to tell the truth
would be unfair discrimination and
class legislation.

The Dunnellon Advocate has
, changed its name to the Marion
County Advocate, and Editor Paul H.
Nisle announces his intention to
make an all-county journal of his
paper.. Mr. Nisle has greatly im improved
proved improved the Advocate since he took
charge and is making it a very good
representative of the hustling Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate City. He has had uphill work
all summer, and the Star is glad to
see evidence that the people of Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon appreciate his grit and good
workmanship.

F. J. H. von Engelken of East Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, who has served as the Florida
delegate to the Southern (Commercial
Congress to study rural credits in
Euroj), and who has been abroad on
this mission all summer, is again at
home. Mrs. von Engelken, who
.spent the summer in Kentucky also
returned this week. Palatka News.
Mr. von Engelken was one of the
most useful members of the commis commission.
sion. commission. He already had an acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance with Europe that made him
specially valuable, and his letters
since returning are interesting from
a literary standpoint, as well as a
mine of information.

The Pensacola News in running its
large four-column cartoons on the
front page does much good in con condemning
demning condemning the devil's ball and other
like evils than in trying to hold the
secretary of state up to ridicule.
Grant that Bryan is wrong-in lectur lecturing,
ing, lecturing, what use is there to eternally
cast slurs at him about it? The
Cruise of the Piffle'really has no ex excuse
cuse excuse for being published. Madison
Enterprise Recorder.
Speaks our sentiments. The
"Cruise of the Piffle" would be un unfair
fair unfair in a republican sheet; in a dem democratic
ocratic democratic paper it is rotten. Let the
bright and newsy News quit disgrac disgracing
ing disgracing its pages with it.

This bank is the channel through whicH
may pass safely, promptly, under the expeir3

On vour own decision of where vnimk. rests much Oi

success. TheMunroe & Chambliss Bank s pleased to demonst

qualifications for superior service.

Hue Muneroc & (tiruMiss BaiaM

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ACCOUNT FOIt IT Ir- s- Hal of Ocala was one
i of the principal bidders, and made a
A gentleman writing to the Ma- e tU onn

(.uiitiati iui mc use ui w men.

rianna Leader says: "I see on the
trains in South Florida, on their day
coaches, were screened windows to
keep the dust and cinders out of the
eyes of the passengers, and also have
electric fans on the inside to prevent
suffocation, which looks more like
progressiveness than these antiquat antiquated,
ed, antiquated, smoked up passenger cars, called
day coaches, that we have in the

There is a lesson in this leasing of
men at a high price that the people
should heed. A man who has a
gang of convicts has a great expense
and a great responsibility. But he
can make them work.
The large and increasing number
of free men who take no interest in
their jobs, who work with one eye

on the rlork. and are alwavs on the

north end of the state. When you lookout for eader posItlon9f are in
ride fifty miles on one of these L. & a arge nieasure responsible for the
N. day coaches, in summer, you feel desire of capital to secure the work

iiKe you nave been pulled through a

brush heap backwards and beat over

of men who are practically slaves.

Intelligent and industrious free la-

the head with a soot bag and locked" bor is the he and is the kind that

capital most desires, but labor that
uses its freedom to be as dull and
idle as possible is a drag on the
world, and more so to industrious
working men and women than any
other class.

in a sweat box for punishment.'

The gentleman must have wander wandered
ed wandered into a chair car by mistake. If
he will ride from Jacksonville to St.
Petersburg on the A. C. L. No. '39, in
one of the coaches that has been on
that run for the last half a dozen

years, without a good scrubbing out .
, ... .... . Frank alpole writes a touching
ia all that time, he will decide that c
....... valedictory -to his patrons of the
the L. & N. is not the only tomato ,T x
, Manatee Record. He has been con-
can on the dump.
. j nected with the state press twenty-
'one years, beginning as a youth on
MEIUCAL MEN WEHE the old Sumterville Times. "We
OCT A FT EI! THE MAZCMA hate to leave you," says Frank, "but
With the filing of four suits by the' circumstances are such we must."
heirs of the late E. O. Painter Tampa Tribune,
against insurance companies to en-j
force the payment of policies held on' If the saloon men disregard the

his life, says the Jacksonville Me- anti-screen law, they need expect no
tropolis. another chapter in the mercy from the next legislature. The
strange case has been opened that law was passed as a compromise and
develops an interesting story of high eliminated the really damaging fea fea-fees
fees fea-fees for medical testimony. j tures whicU it originally contained.
From one of the lawyers connect-! Having been given this concession,
ed with the case it is learned that the liquor interests would do well to
the estate was asked to pay a fee of observe the law as it now stands.
$10,000 to obtain medical proof of Next time, they'll get the whole dose,
death, $100,000 if the niedical men1 Tampa Tribune.
did not have to appear in court, and :
$130,000 if they were called upon to OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY

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.The daily and weekly Stars have
steadily progressed from the days
they were first established. They
have never stopped nor gone back in
the increase of their circulation, but
very seldom in that time has public
approval of their quality and policy
been so marked as in the last six
weeks, during which time they have
secured a large number of new sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and promises of many more.
The men who make the Star work
night and day, trying to turn out
good papers, and they are much
gratified by the solid testimony that
their efforts are appreciated

the services rendered in effecting a
settlement, it was asserted.
The proposition was turned down
by the family, who obtained a proof
of death from other sources.

SITiE OF SUCCESS

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
RecordeV L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi

i dent; j. H. Taylor, president pro

tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.
XV. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.

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for Stockton. city Attornev c L. Sistrunk.

City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
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Col. Dan C. Kingman, senior colo colonel
nel colonel in the army engineer corps, prob probably
ably probably will succeed Brig. Gen. William
T. Russell as chief of the engineers

Henry Abrams of Tampa, says thej
Jacksonville Metropolis, who has

been traveling in Honda continuous-j City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
ly for twenty-two years, predicts thatj Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
John N. C. Stockton will be nominat-!Ca3,dwelV 4 4 4
' Superintendent Water Works .1.
ed for the.Lnited btates Senate over A Campbell.
Senator Fletcher by a large vote. j Marshal A. J. Brigance.
"I have found people in everv sec-' Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Hon of tho st,tP workinsr for etrwir. Sanitary Inspector G. W. nteve-

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Commissioner R obert

ton, who have never voted for hini strppf

Marsh.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

before," said Abrams. "and I am con confident
fident confident that he will win. The people
seem to have reached the conclusion
that Stockton deserves a reward for

past services in a progressive way, I Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
and expect to help him realize his. held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
ambition of serving Florida in the' Castle Hall, over the Jam?s Carlisle
United States Senate. drugstore.. A cordial welcome to vis-

Seventy-five or eighty per cent of .iting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.

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Your Pocket,
Because No

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Point.
An Edison Pen
makes writing easier than
talking.
The ink flows freely the
instant you touch pen to
paper stops when you
take your pen up.
Note the two little cir circular
cular circular reservoirs in the feed
indicated by the arrow.
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voirs reservoirs hold ink in readiness
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MONDAY and TUESDAY, SE1ER 29th and 30th

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Everything Pertaining
to Millinery

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$i. 50 to $20.00.
One of our guarantee
policies given with every
pen purchased.
Edison Pen Co.
INCORPORATED
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the commercial travelers are not only
in favor of Stockton," continued
Abrams, "but they are talking daily
in his behalf, and their number is
increasing. I believe the commer commercial
cial commercial travelers, when active and unit-

Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.

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CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall

ed, exert a much greater influence on the second Thursday evening of

than the politicians.
"Being a resident

of Tampa, I

each month. Geo.. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

School supplies of all kinds at The
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It will pay you to wait and see our line of Coat Suits before making your purchase, as we have bought the
most complete and the finest line of Ladies and Misses Ready-To-Wear goods ever shown in Ocala, We will
have them on display in about ten days.

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Giver of Good Values
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FITTING & GAS FITTING
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WAVK WD TIDK

On the far reefs the breakers
Recoil in shattered foam.
While still the sea behind them
Ur.es its forces home;
Iti. son? of triumph surge-i
O'er all the thunderous din,
t
The wave may break in failure,
Uut the tide i sure to win.
The reef is strong and cruel,
.Upon its jagged wall
One wave, a score, a hundred
Uroken and beaten fall:
Yet in defeat they conquer.
The sea comes flooding in,
Wave upon wave is routed.
But the tide is sure to win.
O mighty sea! thy message
In clanging spray is cast.
Within God's plan of progress
It matters not at last
How wide the shores of evil.
How strong the reefs of sin.
The waves may be defeated.
Uut the tide is sure to win.
With thanks to the"Outlook.'
What the W. C. T. U. is Doing
Florida

in

Gradlo IP ranttinnigf

Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE

The W. C. T. U. is sending good
speakers and literature into the neg neglected
lected neglected parts of the state like Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Waukulla and other west western
ern western counties.
The W. C. T. U. is paying a mis missionary
sionary missionary to meet all steamers that ar arrive
rive arrive at Port Tampa.
It is endeavoring to help the ne negroes
groes negroes perfect temperance organiza organizations
tions organizations among themeselves and to ed educate
ucate educate them with good literature.
It is holding temperance medal
contests among the Spanish and It Italians
alians Italians in Tampa, and distributing
good literature among them and the
Greeks and the Syrians.
In Kvuiigcli.'-tic Fftorts
The V. C. T. V. aims to secure the
reading of the Bible in the public
schools.
It strives to teach the benefit of
clean, sober, upright living to rail railway
way railway raenf street car men, post men,
policemen, and firemen.
It takes intense interest in the
spiritual welfare of the soldiers and
sailors, and by literature,. Letters,
and "comfort bags," filled with all
things a "lone" man needs, seeks to
supply a little, of the home touch to
their lonely lives.
The W. C. T. U.f by its ministry of
flowers, carries help and comfort to
the poor, the sick" and the bereaved.
In Preventative Measures
The W. C. T. U. is furnishing lec lec-tiirers
tiirers lec-tiirers to hold health institutes and
give addresses on mental and moral
hygene.
It is striving -to educate the gene general
ral general public on the danger of patent
medicines and to expose fraudulent
"cures."
In the Legal Department
The W. C. T. U. is persistently try trying
ing trying to make all acquainted with laws
for the protection of morals; to pro promote
mote promote prohibition; to fight all vice.
It works systematically to secure
the enforcement of the laws.
In Educational Work.
The W. C. T. U. plans to instruct
those having the care of children in
all that relates to the best interest
of the child physically and spiritual spiritually
ly spiritually This it does by Mothers' Meet Meet-nigs,
nigs, Meet-nigs, by enrolling the very little chil children,
dren, children, and by literature.
It endeavors to co-onerate with

public school teachers in supplying!
them with supplementary helps to
give the clearest possible teaching in
physiology and hygene, and to inter interest
est interest the students by offering prizes for
the best essays on stimulants and
aarcotlcs.
It assists the Sunday school
teacher in emphasizing temperance
truths by the most attractive posters,
beautiful Goncert exercises, mass
meetings and quarterly temperance
lessons.

It aims to supply the press with

the results of the latest investiga

tions of science as it relates to alco

hols and narcotics, to report progress

of the temperance movement, and to

keep before the reading public the

principles of total abstinence for the

individual and prohibition for the

state.

It concerns itself in every child

welfare movement, endeavoring to
prevent the employment of young

children, to secure for all youth in industrial
dustrial industrial training, and aid in reclaim reclaiming
ing reclaiming juvenile offenders.
It seeks to instill into the minds
of the young the knowledge of the
harm done by tobacco and other' nar

cotics.
These are some of the practi

works of the W. C. T. U. in our st
Can any intelligent thinking

man in Marion county afford not

society so full of good works, hi
ideals and far-reaching influence

! the W. C. T. U? If one want? to I

"A saloonless nation in a decade."
Even the liquor press admits that
Congress, having formed the amend amending
ing amending habit, may possibly be pursuaded
to pass such a measure. We must
not, however, deceive oureslves into
imagining that the task of securing
this much desired legislation is more
than begun. In every one of the
forty-eight states there must be car carried
ried carried on the campaign of "education,
agitation and organization" for nation-wide
prohibition. The desired
end will be attained, "a saloonles6
nation we will be,, in a decade or
less, if (to paraphrase Frances Wil Wil-lard's
lard's Wil-lard's words) "just where he is, the
minister will begin active work foV
it; if just where he is, the teacher
will instruct his pupils concerning it;
just where he is, the voter will dedi dedicate
cate dedicate his ballot to the movement, and
so on through the shining ranks of
the great powers that make for
righteousness from father and
mother to kindegraten toddler, if
each this day will do just what he
can, jjst where he is." Union
Signal.
Gloom in the Alcoholic Air
The -last two years have been im im-presively
presively im-presively threatening to the liquor
traffic. Beginning with the defeat in
Main, which was entirely unneces unnecessary,
sary, unnecessary, we have lost the crucial contest
oi the intervening period.
There are now nine prohibition
states. West Virginia, the last to
fall in line, was swept by a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous dry majority, although up to
the day of the election our leaders
there claimed the state. Taking the
nation at large, there has been an in increase
crease increase in prohibition territory.
The passage of the WeLVKeuyon
bill, its veto by President Taft, and
its victory over the veto by more
than two-thirds majority, apparently
marks the climax of a movement
that has been active for half a cen century.
tury. century. If the supreme court declares
the act unconstitutional, it does not
change the impressive fact, that in
the face of the united effort of all
branches of the alcoholic liquor
trade, the national congress voted
for the bill. Geo. duller, late sta statistician,
tistician, statistician, United States Brewers' As Association,
sociation, Association, in National Liquor Dealer"
Journal, April 2, 1913.

PRIMARY SCHOOL PATIIOXS

Should Pa- Particular Attention to
the Following Xotice
The attention of the patrons of the
primary school is called to that por portion
tion portion of the Florida school law which
states that only those children who
have reached the age of six. years
are of school age, consequently only
those children who have passed the
sixth birthday will be admitted.
The principal of the school will
be at the school house on Friday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, September 26th, from 4 until
6 o'clock, for the purpose of con conferring
ferring conferring with any one who wishes to
see her.
Patrons are requested not to get
books or supplies for children until
they receive the lists which will be
given out on the opening day. The
faculty meeting will be held on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 4 o'clock. School will open
on Monday, September 29th, at 9
o'clock. Nellie C. Stevens,
Principal Primary School.

MOW'S THIS?

We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned have known

F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,

and believe him perfectly honorable

n all business transactions and fin

ancially able to carry out any obli

gations made by his firm. National

Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in

ternally, acting directly upon the

blood and mucous surfaces of the

system. Testimonials sent free. Price

75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug

stores.

Take Hall's Family Pills for con

stipation, adv

Fall Millinery Opening
Announcement
Our Annual Di splay of Millinery will be held on
Monday and Tuesday,
September, 29, and 30
and we invite the ladies to call and inspect the line.
Haycraft & DeCamp
Xext to Master's
OCALA FLORIDA.

DR,.F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECLALIST IN CHROXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

Rubber
Mohair

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12.50

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

Runabouts

4-Passengeri
5. Passenger

Rubber $15.00
Mohair 20.00
Rubber.- .... S20.00

Mohair 25.00

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

WHITE STAR LINE,
TRANSFER AXD FIHKFHOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
3 J ggage Service,
the Best.

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

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Safeguards for Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves j-our health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
money.
OCALA ICE &, PACKING CO.

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A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look chen over. 9-22-tf

A TEXAS WONDER

The Texas Wonder cures kidney

and bladder troubles, dissolves grav

el, cures diabetes, weak and lame

backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in

both men and women. Regulates

bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent

by mail on receipt of $1. One smal

bottle is two months treatment, and

seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send

for testimonials from this and other

E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St

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'Don't you think if I'd
my four songs it would
act?" Stage Manager
twenty-five per cent

Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Right, my
Work Guaranteed.
J. O. McCASKILL,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

OCALA, FLA.
"If I do it, it's don- Right."

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913
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UUALiA ArT AIKo

(If you have any kerns for this department call phone 106)

Thimble Party
Mrs. Richard

for Mrs. iKxlge ; ing a pleasant stay with friends and
Dodge of Cape reIatives at Indian Springs. Atlanta

! ana otner points in Georgia. Mrs.

Charles, Va., who with her husband ;

Is spending a week here with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Xew Xew-som,
som, Xew-som, was the pretty guest of honor
at an informal thimble party given
this morning by Miss Lois Ellis. The
guests included only the girls of the
neighborhood and were Misses Mary
Burford, Minnie Stovall, Rosebud
Robinson, Martha Kate Rentz, Mrs.
Violet Powers and Mrs. Clifford Aver.

The guests carried their fancy work

and whiled away two hours pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly on the broad front veranda

Shortly before twelve o'clock Misses j
Eunice Ellis and Martha Kate Rentz;
served delicious nut sandwiches,!
olives and ice tea. Puff rice britjle

frequently during the J

Rogers went over in Columbia coun county,
ty, county, to visit one of her sons, Mr. V. L.
Rogers, at the old home plantation
near Wellborn, from where she will
return to Ocala in a week or two.

Marianna Day
According to the annual custom
established last year the Dickison
Chapter, U. D. C, celebrated today,
Marianna Day, with appropriate ex exercises
ercises exercises which were carried out at
Yonge's Hall. The hall was attract attractively
ively attractively decorated with flags, bunting
and red flowers.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, president of the
chapter, presided and in a most gra gracious
cious gracious manner welcomed all who at-

I tended and made a few remarks

about the importance of the day and
Mr. William Camp i3 home from its significance. The program began
Toxaway, X. C, where he spent the at 10 o'clock and included the fol-

was passed
morning.

summer with his brother, Mr. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp and family.

Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor and lit little
tle little daughter left this morning for
Daytona Beach where they will spend
a week.

Miss Mamie Taylor has

from a delightful visit of several
weeks spent in New York state. Miss
Taylor was accompanied north by

her sister, Miss Margaret Taylor, who

remained to study at Columbia Uni University
versity University this winter.

lowing:
Invocation Rev. Stephens.
Division song, Suwannee River
Audience.
Reading, "To the Flag of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Battery," "Message to Veterans

j at Ocala, 1890" Miss Hill. f
j Songs, "Tenting on the Old Caipp
returned Ground" an "Just Before the Bat

tle, Mother" Mrs. Winston.
Paper, "Marianna" Dr. Dodge!

Song, "Beautiful Isle of
where" Mrs. Blake.

Sonie-

honoH

Miss Miriam Pasteur left today for
Palatka, where she is assistant prin principal
cipal principal of the high school. Miss Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur has been in Palatka five years

and the good people of that city high highly
ly highly appreciate her.

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Miss Clarissa Whitaker of Georgia,
whc. will be one of the teachers in
the Dunnellon school, was in town
this morning and passed examination
before Superintendent Brinson. Miss
Mollie McKenzie of Marshallsville.
Ga., who will teach the eighth grade
of the Ocala High School, also inter interviewed
viewed interviewed the superintendent.

Mr. George Smoa

er a pleasant visit to their forme

home and friends here, left today f
their old home in Bamberg, S. C.

Bestowal of crosses of

Mrs. J. E. Bailey.
Piano solo Miss Mary Ervin.

Benediction.
Three crosses were bestowed; one
to Mrs. Xancy B. Ferguson, which
was received by her grandson, Mr.
Xiel Ferguson; one to Mr. C. J. Ross,
and the other to Mr. S. M. Lummus,
which belonged to his father. Mr.
Lummus was not present and his sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. A. A. Winer, received the
cross for him.
Only a few veterans were present,
but about seventy-five people attend attended.
ed. attended. Among them were the Children
of the Confederacy, who met at the
home of Mrs. W. T. Gary and went
in a body.
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a. , for his annual fall'trin to Xew York.

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will commence his homeward jour journey,
ney, journey, going via San Francisco and
sailing from there for home.
Two Table Auction Party
A delightfully informal affair of
the week was the two-table auction
party last evening given by Mr. O. B.
Howse at his Oklawaha home. The
guests included Misses Alice Bullock,
Marguerite Porter, Minnie Stovall,
Mrs. Violet Powers, Messrs. W. D.
Taylor, W. B. Gallagher and A. P.

Smith. At the conclusion of the
games a delicious lunch was served
including creamed chicken, aspar asparagus
agus asparagus salad, sandwiches, olives, waf wafers,
ers, wafers, hot chocolate and cake.

Mrs. F. E.
for a visit to
visit friends
her return.

McClane left yesterday

Alabama. She will also i
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in Macon, Ga., before

Mr. W. E. McGahagin. Jr., for
years, one of Ocala's most popular
young business man, now of Tampa,
joined his wife and daughter on
their visit here today.

MRS. CHAS. V. CAMPBELL.

Mrs.

widow of

Camp)ell,

W. Campbells died last night

uaugnier, .urs.

Charles

at the
W. W.

home of her

.Condon, j
jMfs. "Campbell was a Miss Sarah
"Jones before her marriage, and had
she lived to Nov. she would have
been 78 years old. She was a native
or St. Joseph, Mo., and came to
Ocala some twenty years ago with
her husband, who was a man of ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional talent and a' most useful
citizen. He preceded her to the bet better
ter better land some years ago, and most of
the time since she has made her
home with her daughter, Mrs. Con-

.urs. Campbell was a most estima

ble lady, afid will be deeply mourn-

who kneLner best and loved her in

Mjer last years.

The funeral services take place
this afternoon at the residence. Dr.
Dodge will officiate and Mclver &
MacKay will have charge. Interment
will be in Greenwood cemetery.

KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL.

Mayor Robertson and son Jack,
went to Jacksonville this morning to
join Mrs. Robertson, who went to the
metropolis to visit friends yesterday

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Miss Herminie Kotzbauer, an

tractive young lady of Summerfield

has been in the city, a guest of Mrs

Ola Potter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thomas and
three children of Ocala were here
yesterday for a few hours with
friends. They are moving to Largo.
St. Petersburg Times.
Mrs. Claude R. Kreger and little
daughter and Mrs. Arthur Clark and
little son, who have been spending
the past three weeks pleasantly at
Daytona Beach, are expected home
Monday or Tuesday.
Col. R. F. Rogers returned last
night from Tallahassee, where he
spent some days on business affairs
and shaking hands with old friends,
which was a big contract, for every everybody
body everybody in the state capital knows "Col "Colonel
onel "Colonel Bob." On his way home, he
stopped in Jacksonville, Where he
met Mrs. Rogers, who has been hav-

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
Carn-Thomas Co.
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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. BRINSON
OCALA, FLORIDA

f4' Mrs. L. X. Green and infant daugh daughter
ter daughter are home from Washington, Ga..
where the) hake been visiting Mrs.
Green's pat'eTfQs, Mr! and Mrs. Sims.
Mr. Green ioiiied them in Jackson-

Vville.

Miss Marie von Engelken was a re recent
cent recent visitor to Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
daughters. Misses Stella, Xina, Xet Xet-tie
tie Xet-tie and Carita Camp have returned
from Toxaway, X. C, where they
spent a most delightful summer
camping.
Mrs. E. M. Osborne and children
returned yesterday from an absence
of three weeks, during which time
they visited relatives in Tampa and
were at Green Springs.
'
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow is in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Terry.
She will return home Monday. Miss
Blair Woodrow is a student at the
Woman's College in Columbia. S. C.
Mrs. E. T. Porter returned to her
home at Lady Lake this afternoon
after a week's visit with -Mrs. Walter
Hood. Mrs. Porter came up for
medical treatment and her friends
will be delighted to know that she if
returning home much improved.
Mr. Lorenzo Cullum arrived today
from Batesburg, S. C and is a guest
la the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Pyles. Mr. Cullum will be married
to Miss Clifford Pyles next Tuesday.
and the marriage will.be a prominent
event in society circles.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. Jr..
who have been visiting Ocala rela relatives
tives relatives for a few days en ro'ute home
from Europe left today for Tampa.
Mrs. W. V-Stripling and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Ellwi, returned home today
from DeLandwhere they have been
for the past few weeks visiting re!a re!a-Jives.
Jives. re!a-Jives. Mrs. Sue E. Frink returned Th'r Th'r-day
day Th'r-day from Ainsley, Ala., after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit of several weeks with rela relatives
tives relatives and friends.
Mr. Alfred Butler of New Zealand,
who has been the guest "of his
cousins. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen
for the past four weeks, will shortly
conclJ.de his visit in this city and

The kindergarten and primary
school, taught by Misses Rowley and
Gates, will re-open Monday. As
children under six years of. age will
not be permitted to enter the public
school. Miss Gates will be prepared
to take them, preparing them for
the school until they are of the re required
quired required age. 9-27-lt

MISS CECILH DOWNS

Teacher of Voice Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phone
412. Fall term begins Sept. 29,
1913. Pupils may enroll at any
time. 9-27-6t

AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING

Big Bill Anderson inJtTTJrazy
Prospector." S. & A.-dtama.
"Hattie's Xew Hat." Lubin com comedy.
edy. comedy. "He Must Be Ugly." Lubin com comedy.
edy. comedy. Edith Story- in "Captain Mary
Brown." Vitagraph drama.
"General Scott's Prestige." Pathe
western drama. Adv.

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These

Canned FrO
surpass in

exceiiencv

variety

H

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The Store off Quq

CKlIlm

OPEN ALL NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf

A BEAUTIFUL, PERMANENT,
WASHABLE NEW WALL FINISH

In this city and throughout the
state, in the membership of the Order
Eastern Star, there will be great
pleasure and delight manifested in
the signal honors, which have come
to Mrs. Cora R. Franz, of this city,
who was yesterday elected as right
worthy grand associate conductress
of the General Grand Chapter, O. E.
S., which has just closed its triennial
deliberations and convention in Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. Times-Union.

What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

WHY
Send your money away from
home for your

Any one contemplating wall paper papering,
ing, papering, painting or kalsomining of walls
should see the beautiful, new, sani sanitary,
tary, sanitary, permanent, washable finish of
two rooms in the Ocala National
Bank. Those who have seen it con consider
sider consider it superior to anything ever of offered
fered offered in this territory and .prices are
very reasonable. For tnforn ation
see Mclver & MacKay. 9-13-tf

Serious sickness calls for a con consultation
sultation consultation with your doctor at once.
The next step is to take his prescrip prescription
tion prescription straight to the Court Pharmacv,
where it will be filled right. 9-26-tf

.MARIANNA DAY CELEBRATION

Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, wi

celebrate

27th, at 1'

crosses or nonor wije. bestow;

All veterans and friJ&ds of th ra .Gliding.

are cordially invitl to attonri vited to atten-1 our meetings.

Geo. F. Mershon, Dictate

Marianna Day S-Pabe
10 o'clock, at v-s.

.

rdge No. 6y:

"se, meets eacn xi

5 o'clock in the!

visitins brothers ai

The Hart. Schaffner & Marx rea
to wear clothing need no introd

tion in ucaia. aterman is exel

ne agent tor mis superior line. 9-1

E. L. Stapp, Secretary.

MARI ON-1 ) UNN MA SO X I C

ORDES OF EASTERN STAI

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E
meets at Yonge's ball the first

Marion-Dunn Lodge

A. M. meets on the first

Thursday evenings of each month,-;.

7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M,
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

'NIC LOI)G;i day evening at 7:30 o'clock any
third Friday afternoon at ?:T
Xo. 19, F. each month. ; A
rst and thff Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, WL

Miss Florrie Condon, Secretail

Pathe Weekly Temple tonight. It

THEATRICAL SEASON
AT THE TEMPLE

30th.

ir.

I ---ma:

it- :

When you can

Service, Superior!

ship, and Reason

at

The Ocala Mai

A. J. Leave

PROPRIA

Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea season
son season :
November
17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. 24th. "Bought and Paid For."
27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
28th. Bert Leigh in "The Little
Millionaire."

Coburn's Minstrels.
, Iecember
The Barber of Seville."
"The Leopard Spots."
Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
"QuoVadis.
"Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vadis."

January
1. Divorce Question.

"The Shepherd of the

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

24th.

Hills."

PROFESSIONAL CIS

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9. 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.

L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
-I-V7
Office Over Commercial Ban!
Phone 211 ?
-1-
OCALA. FLORIDA j
M. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon f
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA. FLORIDA
J. G. PURVIS
Dental Surgeon
I
Office Over Nash Dry G4i2f5 Store
I ?"
OCALA. FLORIDA

a r

Every Woman
Should Have

White Rose Delicac

On hand for use in case of emeil

cies. If unexpected companf cj

in she 4s prepared to serf

eon in a few minutes,
options: Olives. Pick

3!
Fish. etc. Let us prove

unequaled service

goods.

Smith Gro

of Ocal

jl Do You Vfc

JOSEPH BELL

Evan's Honey Boy Min- j

March
13th. Chautauqua.
"The Rose Maid."
Paul Gilmore.

Attorney at Law

y

IS

Pants

ranlng is, our

Lhonc twenty-

Office Second

Floor Munroe

Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA. FLOIIDA

and

if rnn do ther Should always

tairlT pressed.

1 w

Iresing and
business. Call
one.

DODSON &"

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SEVEJT
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1813
AMERiCAHEXTRAVAGAHCE! AH AUSPICIOUS EVENT
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TUESDAY,
and 30th.

The above
and Up-to-Date

you a hearty w

b we will have on display everything that is New

lllinery for Fall and Winter wear, we extend to

e to visit our store at all times, but the above

dates we invite Especially to visit our

fcLINERY OPENING

as we cannot b
efforts have bee
you will agree i
that has ever b

el proud of this year's opening, as all previous
nassed in rfettinrf together an arrav of Hats that

us are the most elaborate and extensive showing

JUttempted in this city.

15

Ocala House,

MINNIE A. BOSTICK

ck

OCALA, FLORIDA

xi : 'i

"T7" T. 1

Mods

Will Treat You Right,
Will Protect You.

Will Protect Your Frope

Delight in Doing Good V4

i Can Please You.

?" ionics

LAre you contemplating

?rrange your plans, or

?-a. and none

dressed to me

117 X. SANCHEZ STREET.

1. O. BON. NO. 438.

V

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Use Best of Materials.
Slight nothing.
Guarantee all Work.
Want to Know what mora you
could ask.

Kinds of ement Work Properly Executed.

i i- :i a T of

ilins a new bouse? If so, let me give you a ngure ueiuie Sua uu.m.

me what vou want and I will furnish plans accordingly. -No jou too smau
large. Give me a chance to figure on your work. I will appreciate the

1 receive prompt attention.

t
tcha.-ed for the entire wealth of the

United States today the total value
of everything possessed by everbody ;
from the Atlantic to the Pacific." J
A quarter of twenty-seven hun-'
dred million dollars is spent for to-;
bacco. and three-quarters for alco-j
hoi that is. the drinking bill is.

three times as large as the smoking'

bill. Of the two billions spent fori

; drink $1,170,000,000 goes for beer,'

$700,000,000 for whisky, brandy,!
gin. rum and other "strong drink," j
or, i i in (Ct(t rifiO for winp The

($700,000,000 tobacco bill is thus di-

jvided: $446,000,000 for cigars andj
cigarettes, $157,000,000 for smoking)

and chewing tobacco, and $240,000,-!
for snuff.
Mr. Fayant's figures show that1
beer is the drink of the American :

DODle. and that cigarettes are rapid-

ly becoming the national smoke. The

consumption of cigarettes has in increased
creased increased 500 per cent, in ten years.

"The tobacco trade grows faster j

than the population," he says. "Itj

;has, besides, the great advantage:

n,V.m. moniifiMiirincr Vlll C? 1

j over iuusl unici uiouuioi-iuiius

nesses that the profits mount up sea

men after season, in good times and

UnA U'Viqti tlmoc am had thf neonle i

j buy fewer clothes and cheaper food;)

they suspend ounoing operauuus, :
they lay aside plans for the opening I
!of new factories. The wheels of in-
dustry run slowly and manufacturing j
profits dwindle. But men go right j
: ahead using tobacco. Idleness among
working men, in fact, increases the!
i consumption of tobacco. When the j
I wage-earner is working full time in I
j factory or shop he has little time for j
i smoking; when he is out of a job he I
! has the whole day for his pipe, and j
! he will scrape up enogh pennies even I

(in the hardest times, to keep his to-;
: l aceo pouch lull. Of a brand of five-j

ccnts-a-bag tobacco, largely used by i

working men. the sales last year
amounted to $1S000,000."

Mr. Fayant shows that the smoKe;

Iii5 Sea Going Tujr Passed Through
Locks of Panama Canal

Panama, Sept. 27. The most, im important
portant important step thus far toward the op operation
eration operation of the Panama canal took

place yesterday when the seagoing
tugboat Gatun. drawing twelve and
a half feet of water, was successfully
passed through the Gatun locks and
now floats on the bosom of Gatun
Lake. This was the first attempt
made to operate the locks on the
canal and the result was highly
pleasing to Col. Goethals, chairman

of the canal commission, and canal
officials generally.

Otherwise Deuiocratic Conferees
Have Finished Work on the
Tariff Hill
Washington, Sept. 27. -The tariff
bill is a completed document, except

for the provision taxing trades in
cotton futures After more than two

weeks of constant work behind clos

ed doors, the eight democrats repre

senting Senate and House, as mem members
bers members of the conference committee.

last night settled the last of their
other differences, and reached the

final decision that they could not

agree on the cotton future tax.

CITY OF BALTIMORE
WILL TRY SEGREGATION

Black and White People Must Live in

Separate Blocks
Baltimore, Sept. 26. A new ordi

nance segregating whites and blacks

was passed last night and becomes
effective today. It makes it illegal

for blacks to move into a block in

which white people reside or for

white people to move into a block in

which negroes live.

JEWISH XEW YEAR

Next Thursday, October 2nd.
will be tfte Jewish New Ytr. All of

the Jewish stores in the city will

close in observation of the day at 6
o'clock Wednesday evening, and open
again at 6 o'clock Thursday evening.

HUERTA'S MEN AVHIPPEI)

Constitutionalists Under an American j

Officer Won Fight in
Sinaloa
Xogales, Sonora, Mexico, Sept. 2 6.
Constitutionalists under Col. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin G. Hill won an important vic victory
tory victory over the federals yesterday at
Los Mochies, Cinaloa, according to a
dispatch received here today. A num number
ber number of cannon and a large quantity
of provisions were reported captured.

OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE
A. C L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.

AGGRESSIVE ALBANIANS

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale'

For Rent and Similar Local Needs

WANTED Two or more copies of
the Osala Evening Star dated Sep Sep-temberl3th.
temberl3th. Sep-temberl3th. Bring same to. this of office.
fice. office.

BELL.

Contractor & Builder

OCALA FLORIDA.
n o t.-" r r

1

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Are Giving the Servians An Extra
Amount of Annoyance
Loudon. Sent. 2 7. The Albanian

FOR SALE Two choice corner

lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar

gain. Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf

- Tr.,r.i t Ult uti. l six room cuuac
a,,,l drink bill averts twenty-e,ght infantry, under connnand of L.sau w.tula and
d,r a yerr for every man. woman VaSha, c.nU South street3. Al)ply at

and en Id. and zb ror every iaum marcn. 1 ne oenidii die manib

Out 'of the ?2

.700,000.0(10 spent ,.rate efforts to reinforce Monastir, Southern Express Office. 9 4-tI

mU This TimfeOB-iyiY-TISrt

vour

? Win cure vour Rheumatism

home brightened uijr;1iia. Headaches. Cramps,

nfprinr DpporntillZ mcludinsr KaiSC-rtlJn Qnromo RrniSPS. Hilts Jind

minins. Tinting, Papering and Painflirn; nid Sores. Stints of Insects

i i 1.. T i m A 1

irnally and externally, rnce coc
in all Grades from 10

liELLEVIEW

icr alcohol and tobacco, the national; which is seriously threatened. The wavtfh snno wanted
Government receives $i33.00O,000 in Greek authorities are expediting the, OL ANTED ?00U wantea
I x enough to pav half the expena-l movement of Servians over the on gilt-edged real estate secu ity.
o the government, while state' Greek railways and anticipate a re-j Address, Money, care Star. 9-6-4t

and municipal taxes take $1 20,000,-; quest for the passage of an entire

Oiio more. i Servian division tnrougn oaiuui.i.

V ll "raiei

CHAl'TEIl XO. 13, K. A. M.

VW ork fully guaranteed;

erfully furnished.

all Phone 285

ac Simmons

Ocala, Florida

r
luccn oi Sea Routes''

llERCHAMV A MINERS, TRANS. CO

JACKSONVILLE TO
-annah, lialtimore, Pliiladelphla,

Jioston and Providence
ine steamers; best service; low
s; wirelesi telegraph. Through

9ts to and from principal points.

for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Asent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
JONES, C. A."

Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville Fla

inest coastwise Trip in the .World

estimates Regular convocations of the Ocala
lapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
- urth Friday in every month at

10 p. m.

C. B. Connor, Ii. P.

Jake Brown, Secretary

Ad

)FITCE OF IlECEIVEII'S SALE

.'Notice is hereby given that under

id by virtue of at decee rendered
Ulon. W. S. Bullock, judge of the
tuit court of the fifth judicial cir-

I

t of

Florida, in

tntw in chancery.

i
se

STOMACH TROUBLES

Ragland Writes Intereii-j;
Letter on This Subject

r
Iftfcon Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A.
itTidof this place, writes: "I have
takirigvThedford's Black-Draught
tndiffestion. and other stomach trnnh-

. also colds, and find it to he the

-
best medicine, I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, 1 always feel like a new man."

ervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain

w u t. IU11"

aner eating, are sure symptoms of

A A a

3r depend very largely upon your
pndits digestion.
J get quick and permanent relief
Ami these ailments, you should take
medicine of known curative merit.

ws 7o years of splendid success, in the

real merit of Thedford's Black-

O 9 wwwvbw AAA aCLlUUa

and without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c. N. c l27.

and for Marion

in a certain

therein pending wherein

Aenh Bell is complainant and R. C.

incaste'r is defendant, 1 will on
Aiulay, the th day tf OctolnT,
1913,
Ving the legal hours of sale, offer
f sale and will sell to the highest
ai best bidder for cash all the
rts, privileges, title and interests
ofR. C. Muncaster and R. C. Mun Mun-caier
caier Mun-caier and Joseph Bell as late co co-pa.ners,
pa.ners, co-pa.ners, lately doing business as

Mcaster & Bell, under and in and

to hat certain contract of date Nov.
2n 1912, between R. C. Muncaster
andj. E. Chace and Helen T. Chace;
whib. said contract is recorded in
deej records, book 150 at page 593,
offiq of clerk of circuit court of Ma Ma-rioricountr,
rioricountr, Ma-rioricountr, Florida.
C. E. Connor,
As leceiver of Muncaster & Bell.
7-2 tLi tn 10-5

rlci

OF SPECIAL ELECTION
is hereby given that a spe-

NOTJCE

-no ice

. i i i j v.

ciai election is nereuy cancu iui ue

purpofe of electing a councilman

from Ward two, city of Ocala, to fill

the unexpired term of Dr. J. V
Hood! rpsijrned. Said election will

be held at the city hall on the 7th

day of October, A. D. 1913.

I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,

II. II. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robia Robia-son
son Robia-son as clerk of said election.

In witness whereof 1 have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand as mayor of the city
of Ocala, this the 21st day of August,
A. D. 1913v J. D. Robertson,
Attest: Mayor.
H. C. .Sistrunk, Ity Clerk.

Belleview, Sept. 2 0. Following is
one of the ordinances passed by the
town council of Belleview, and it will

be advisable for the residents of the
town to note the same. It will also

i be a good idea for the country peo

ple coming to Belleview to trade to
notice the restrictions.
Ordinance No. iW.
'Prnhihirinsr tresnassing on the

sidewalks on the following streets in
Belleview, Florida, viz: On west
Front street, from the corner of Dunn
street to the corner of Dien street;
on Earp avenue to the corner of
Third street; on Foss avenue from
west Front street to the home of Mrs.
C. R. Ridge; on Stetson avenue; on
Lillian terrace, and on Robinson ave avenue,
nue, avenue, by riding or driving, bicycles,
motorcycles, and any other .vehicle,
or by riding or leading horses, mules
or cattle on said sidewalk; or by

causing horses, mules, or caiue iu ue
tied or fastened in such manner that
thev will obstruct the travel of foot

passers, on any of he said sidewalks

hofnrp mpntioned. in said town of

Belleview. Any person, or persons

violating .this ordinance shall upon

rnnvirtion be fined not exceeding

twenty-five ($25) dollars, or impris:

oned not more than thirty (30) days

for each offense committed. All acts

or parts of acts inconsistent with this
nrinanfp arp hprphv renealed. It

shall be the duty of the town mar
shal to see that this ordinance is en
forced. By order of the town counci
of Belleview, Florida."

If U rnmnroil that some SOll Of a

gun, from somewhere, is contemplat

ing the opening of a liquor saloon in
Belleview. By the votes 'cast in the

last election Belleview proudly heads

all the towns in the county in the

wet column and is therefore, an eli eligible
gible eligible candidate for a saloon, or sa saloons,
loons, saloons, provided the people vant
them, and a few other technicalities
can be overcome. How so ever it

may be the saloon men of ocaia
might have a say in' the matter. We
do not believe that the liquor inter interests
ests interests of Ocala would stand idly by
and see the revenue from this part of
the county cut off from Ocala. And
i is in our mind that if an attempt
is made to secure the opening of a
! saloon in Belleview the liquor ii.ier-

ests of Ocala would fight it ju- as
hard as our own home prohibs
WOUld.

PrtiTinx WANTED By young

The distribution of the $2,700,-; Severe fighting near Oehrida, in g g Qcala 9236t
000,000 is thus estimated by the Albania. 100 miles north of Janina,

jie.sulted in the complete success ot.
$170,000,000 the Xlbanians, who captured several

50,000,000 gUn3.
ISO, 000, 000,

writer:
Domestic growers. .
Foreign producers. .
Wages in manufacture
Wages in retailing. .

Kent 310,000,000;
Taxes 450,000,000,
Manufacturing profits.. 220,000,000!

Retailing profits 3S0, 000,000
All other expenses in
manufacture. distri

bution and retailing
( materials ) fuel,
transportation, ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, e'e 380,000,000

00,000,000 x() DOUBTFUL MEDICINES

IN OLIS STORE

WANTED POSITION Lady sten

ographer, one year's experience, who
is now employed would like position
by October 1st, where there is some
advancement. Address Box 254,
Gainesville, Fla. 9-22-St

S Even though We are most careful FOUND A bunch of keys, evi evi-i
i evi-i in our selection of drugs and chem-j dently the property of an autoist.
iicals, we guard you still further by, owner can obtain it by calling. at this
j eliminating all medicines of doubtful 0jSce and paying for ad. 9-22
strength, purity and potency. ThatV
I why when we fill your prescriptions' STRAYED One gray mare mule
jvour doctor receives the greatest co- and one brown horse mule; strayed
(operation. It's a good reason for our from our stable Friday night, Sept.
ivino c ( maTiv scientifical nhysi-! 19th. Finder return to us or notify

cutns. Whether your prescription is and receive reward. J. F. Jenkins &

either a simple or complex one, itCo., Ocala, Fla. 9-20-otd

IH!Sr.-Ni f' .l."ivr.r i win ue gncu un- 1 ...

DII'FFIiFNCE IN IEIjI r.lii tinci win le fumiiuuuuca "0-t

j of absolute reliability

Total $2,700,000,000

FOR RENT Four furnished

Our charges rooms for light housekeeping,, two

..i,,'., f on timp vpi-v mnprate. The blocks from courthouse. Appu at

However mt ctii j"

. i - 1 .i -.nr. lotlV

our oruers 10 -us uaamr
, n i.rmll lit

on- sprvlPP Is S leeuv aim l"u"'i"

You can get all your

goods quickly and easily. Our big;
stock assures you oT receiving whatj

vou ask for. That's why it is not;

Court Pharmacy.

9-26-tf

i A. V J w - mm.
1 20 0 N. Main street, or call for Mc-

' Lucas at Williams' barber shop.

drug store! METHODIST CIIUKCII

i Ocala House.

9-ll-6t

SUNDAY MORNING

FOR SALE OR RENT A seven-

ti,r 'room, two-story residence, with bath
Is the church an ultimate author-, Btaat in.

i a nn i m s.. ) rj. .uainc oLit..

even necessary tor s iu ;uy in mauei i.wmme Tvdings drugstore. 9-l7-6td
substitution. Besides, we don't be-! what does Jesus mean when he gays

lieve in it and never do it. Phoneihe has given into the hands of leter. cQt

i . l: J O Chmil v

- r.r. crof wnnr vou aui:th itpvs or ine kiukuuiu.

uui uiuci -

quickly. Our number is J54. ine
Court Pharmacy. 9-26-tf

Mclver & MacKav

Funeral Directors

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.

1). E. IcIER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
11 Work Done iy Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:

, 104
, 305
47

men be governed in their moral be behavior
havior behavior by the view of the church?
Hear Mr. Ley Sunday at 11 a. m.

What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

I tage, four rooms and bath, al mod

ern Improvements. Rent reasonable,
or will sell and accept rent as month monthly
ly monthly payments. A. E. Gervais, 309
Pine street. 9-19-6t

WE ARE THE PEOPLE

FOR SALE thoroughbred 3-year-old
Jersey bull $50; thoroughbred 2-

I 1 1 Tlmnr),i'.n linor -1 thnr-

That put the cream in ice cream. ughbred g-months-old Hampshire

Ten cent fountain service, fini -,inar $1o. thoroughbred 2-jear-old

cents; quart 40 cents, to take home $2Q Prospective

swine raisers will find these hogs

D. E. McIVEIl
C. V. ROBERTS. .
Undertakins Oilice.

with you.
ing."

"The Store Accommodat-

9-20-6t

Mrs. McManus,
Dress Maker,
209 Orange Ave.

9-22-33t

W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

DON'T LET BABY SUFFER WITH
ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUPTIONS

thrifty and prolific. Jos. L. Wiley,
Fessenden Academy, Fessenden, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 9-23-41

P. O.

PT ANS FURNISHED

ON APPLICATION
BOX 46 OCALA. FLA

Wnat Day Do You Think It Is? tf

OPEN DAY ANT) TG?rT
Mordant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot

'corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
Carpenter and Builder.

Careful Estimates Made on All Con

r. Wnrk (iives more ana ueui

work for the money than any other j

contractor iu uic i

Babies nee. a perfect skin-covering.
Skin eruptions cause them not
onlv intense suffering, but hinder
the'ir growth. DR. HOBSON'S ECZ ECZEMA
EMA ECZEMA OINTMENT can be relied on
for relief and permanent cure of suf suffering
fering suffering babies whose skin eruptions
Hove rm.io thpir lifp miserable. "Our

baby was afflicted with breaking out
tVip cirin nil nvpr the face and

! lav. -
i scalp. Doctors and skin specialists
I ailed to helu. 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.
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Being a True Account of Certain
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CHAPTER III.
In Which I Deliver a Letter.
SIR GEOFFREY'S will, as Mas Master
ter Master Ficklin read it, was a sim simple
ple simple affair. It left everything
of which he died possessed
to his daughter. Unfortunately, he i
died possessed of nothing. The docu document
ment document was mere waste paper. Every
thing was mortgaged, every family j
portrait even. Mistress Lucy appear appeared
ed appeared to have no legal right to anything
in or out of the castle, save the clothes
she wore.
The point is," Mistress Lucy said,
as Master Ficklin bowed deferentially
toward her. "that I have nothing:"
Nothing from your father, madam."
"lint my mother's estate?"
"I regret to say." said Master Fick-
iin, "that most of it has been convert-)
ed into money and lost by your fa- j
ther. There is left in my hands, ma-j
dam. only a matter of some 2,000.
out at interest, which you. being now j
of full age"
"I was eighteen on my last birth birthday."
day." birthday." "Exactly, so that it is at your pres present
ent present disposal."
"What shape is it in?"
"It is invested in consols."
Can they be realized upon?'
"Instantly."
"To advantage?"
"Most certainly."
"I thank you, Master Ficklih, for
your provident care of my little for fortune.
tune. fortune. It is most unexpected." she fal faltered.
tered. faltered. "Believe me. Mistress Lucy, it is a
happiness to do anything for you," said
the old attorney, rising and gathering
up his papers and bowing low before
her. "You may command me in every
thing. A temporary loan or"
"Thank you. Master Fickliu," said
Mistress Lucy; "you touch me greatly.'
but I need nothimr at nresent. Mv fa-1
ther made me an allowance and gener generally
ally generally paid it. It was a generous one,
and. living alone as I did. I did not
spend it. I have a few hundred
pounds in my own name at the bank.
and with that for teiniorary use and j
my mother's legacy 1 shall lack noth nothing."
ing." nothing." "Hut where will you live. Mistress
Lucy?"
"It matters little," she answered .list .listlessly.
lessly. .listlessly. "My sister and I," said the old attor attorney,
ney, attorney, "live alone in the county town.
The house is large. If you would ac accept
cept accept our hospitality until your future
is dec ided we should be vastly hon honored."
ored." honored." "I accept your kindly proffer most
thankfully." was her reply. "I have
been invited to various homes here
and there in the county, but I preferto
go to you."
"Good." said Master Ficklin briskly.
"That is settled then. I am empow empowered
ered empowered by those who hold the mortgage
to tell you that the pictures of your
father or mother or anything strictly
personal they waive their claim to."
"Thank you." said Mistress Lucy. "I
shall take but small advantage of their
generosity."
"I know that," answered Master
Ficklin. "and now I will return to the
town. If you will be ready about 6
o'clock" (it was then about 2) "I will;
return ami fetch you to our home."
"I shall be ready. Goodby."
The little lawyer bent over her hand
and left the room. I sat dumb and
silent during the whole interview, al although
though although I had listened to everything
with the deepest interest As usual, it
was she who broke the silence when
we were alone again.
"Master Ilampdou." she began, "to
vhat a sorry pass am I reduced! What
shall I do now?"
"My lady." said I, "the sorriest part
of the pass to which you have been
brought is that you have in me such
a poor counselor, a rough sailor, but
one who wouHd. nevertheless, give his
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ueuri s ojoou 10 promote jour w enure, j
or do you any service."
Now. as 1 said that I laid my hand

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on the breast of my coat, and as I
!ent awkwardly enough toward her
I could not even bow as gracefully as
the little attorney just departed I felt
the paper which I had taken from Sir
Geoffrey's hand and which I had en entirely
tirely entirely forgotten in the hurry and con confusion
fusion confusion of the days that had followed
his death. t I stood open mouthed
with surprise and shame at my care careless
less careless forgetfulness. and stared at her.
"What is It?" she asked, instantly
roting my amaze.
"I am a fool, madam, a blundering
fool." said I. drawing forth the paper,
"here is a letter addressed to you
which I should have delivered at
once." I continued, extending it toward
her.
She tore open the envelope as she

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fcpke ana arew rortn a letter, un unfolded
folded unfolded It and there dropped from it a
little piece of parchment which I In Instantly
stantly Instantly picked up and extended to her.
but she was so engrossed in the letter
that she did not see my action and
paid no attention to my outstretched
hand.
I looked at the parchment I held in
my hand. It was evidently the half
of a larger sheet which had been torn
in two. The rieht half was in my
po5c;ton. A glance showed me that
It t-.n a part of a rudely drawn map
pr;aro:itIy of an island, although lack lacking
ing lacking the other half of that I could not
be quite certain. It was lettered In
characters which were very old and
quaint, and some figures in the upier
left hand corner gave a lat.tude. Tke
outlines of the niap and the letters
and figures were all -very dim and
faded.
My lady's letter was a short one. for
she looked up from it presently, hei
eyes filled with tears, the first I had
seen there, and for tha't reason I wa
glad she should enjoy this relief. I
suppose the fact that she was so alone
and had no one else induced her to
confide in me. At any rate she extend extended
ed extended the paper to me.
"Read it." she said. 'Tis my fa father's
ther's father's last word to me."
I took it from her, and this is what I
read:
My Dear Lucy -As an ancient king cf
France once said, "Everything is lost but
honor." and that trembles in the balance
I have speculated, gambled, tempted for fortune,
tune, fortune, first because I loved It and at last
hoping to win for you. But everything
has gone wrong. You are penniless. Even
your mot'ier's fortune, of which she fool foolishly
ishly foolishly made me trustee, has followed my
own. Master Ficklin may save some something
thing something from the wreck. I hope so. I can
do no more, aad perhaps nay, certainly
the best thing I can do for you !s to leave
you. May God help you since I cannot
Your shamed and unhappy father.
GEOFFREY WILBERFORCE.
Post Scriptum. The last thing that I
possess is this scrap of parchment. It
has been handed down from father to son
for five generations. The tradition of it
is lost, but there has always been at attached
tached attached to it a singular value. Perhaps
some day the missing part may turn up.
At any rate, of all that I once had this is
what is left. Should you marry and have
children pass it to them. A foolish re request,
quest, request, but I am moved to make it as jny
father made it to me. CI. W.
I read it slowly. It was not a brave
man's letter. I liked Sir Geoffrey less
then than ever before. Some of the
ancient awe and reverence I felt for
the family went out of my heart then.
"Here." said I. "is the inclosure to
which your father refers."
She took it listlessly, but as her
glance fell fiioii it her face brightened.
"Why," she exclaimed, brushing aside
her tears, "I have the other half. It
came to me from my mother. When
she died, five years ago. she gave it to
me with much the same account as my
father gives. I have never shown it
to uuy one never mentioned it even."
"Why not?" 1 asked.
"I scarcely know. It was valueless.
I attached no special importance to it.
But now, now"
"It is a miracle." I said, "that the
two pieces should have come together
in your hands."
"1 don't yet understand what it all
means." she said, "but"
"Meanwhile," said I, "may I respect respectfully
fully respectfully suggest that you get the other
piece and let me look at it."
"You!" she flashed out in one of
those sudden changes of mood, some sometimes
times sometimes so delightful and sometimes the
reverse.
"I am a seafaring man, as you know,
mistress." said I humbly, "and I am
accustomed to study maps and charts
"It it an island!" she exclaimed.
Perhaps this may contain information
vital to your fortunes which I can de decipher
cipher decipher more easily than another."
She nodded and went rapidly out of
the room. In a few moments she came
back with another piece of parchment.
I placed tnem side by side, and the
torn and jagged edges fitted into each
other perfectly. I had laid them on
a table and we bent over them in great
excitement excitement on my part
caused by her proximity rather than
by the faded, yellow sheepskin.
"It is an Island!" she exclaimed.
"Yes," said I.
"Whereis it?" she asked.
I pointed with my huge index finger
to the figures in the upper left hand
corner and the upper right hand cor corner
ner corner marked respectively latitude and
longitude.
"That will tell us exactly."
"And you can find it?"
"If l 1 thoro when t.h fieri ires

say I can as easily as I can find the
park gate yonder."
She looked at me with a certain
amount of awe. "Why, that is won wonderful!"
derful!" wonderful!" she exclaimed.
"Not at 'all. It Is done by seamen
every day-"'"
"Have yor ever been there?"
"No." aid I. "I have crossed the
south seas several times, but I have
never chanced upon that island or,vin
fact, sailed anywhere near that lati latitude
tude latitude or longitude."
"But you know where it Is?"
"Exactly, and if I had my great
chart of the south sea9 here I could
put my finger upon it and show it to
you."
"What." she asked, pointing with
her own dainty finger in her turn, "is
that ring around the Island?"
"That will be a oral reef. I take it
They usually are broken at some point
so that ship- can sail within, but here
's a complete circle inclosing the is island.
land. island. There seems to be no entrance
anywhere. "Tis unusual and most
strange."
"Perhaps the man that drew it made
a mistake."
"I think not. The map has beju
made by a seafaring man. that is
plain."
"I see. and the island itself is a cir circle."
cle." circle." she said, bending to inspect It
more closely.
"Yes." said I. "and it is like no island
that I have ever seen, for here le two
great rings like a gigantic wall and a

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One Half of the Map of the Island.
hill or something of the sort in the
miaiu" i I.. ... i..,-..- i

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turn. My eyes are unusually keen, auvm;ortt straining, ca sca or oCicr syep syep-1
1 syep-1 saw a word written on the outside os so often distressing during tie anxious.
the island .;o;.er and between it wc&ertXfflCr'as the system for
the coral itef. "See," said I, "thbe coming event, and its nse brings om-
wonl 'st-iir. " ort, rest and repose during the term. This
. 1U as a most marked influence upon the baby.

isunrs: exciaimeu tne girl in amazesnce it thus inherits a splendid growu

ment. "Did you ever see stairs on
island'"
- "No. I have not. but these mv
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some natural means of ascent."

n is mubi Miauge anu meamu an owas5on. Mother's Friend thor thor-1
1 thor-1 s:h :i ;1 "Viiii Iimvo I iwn i f n itl-wnrhir inhrir-ti prprv nprrp. tendon and

fui. devoted servitor. Master IIamftJTfhet 8at PJ

uon. s:nJ I u.ive no hesitation in teuiu
you ail I know. My mother and fathe
were distantly related that is. the
were descendants in the nftb gener.
tiou from two brothers."
"Exactly," said 1. "Your father
note sas this parch. nent has been i

his possesion tor live generations, an Cynic Breaks Out Again,
evidently it was in the possession v "Do you think it unlucky to post
your mother's people for the sampone a wedding day?" "It-may be,'
tiUie. Who was the father of theshut if you don't postpone it you will fJ

two broihtrs?"
She thought a moment.
"Sir l'hiii, Wilberforce
name. lie was"
"A sailor:' I exclaimed.
was hi
"Yes. he voyaged in distant seas i'
Queeu Elizabeth's time. Geoffrey an'
Oiive, his suns, quaiivbed over 111
property after his ue.ith. and"
"There toa haVe it. They divide
his fortune and tore the parchmei
apart, it being thought valuable U
some reason iiud each kept ha.f." ;
"That Is the tradition as regards tV
fortune, and it ma3- account for tt
parchment." j
"What next, madam V" ,:
"The families drifted apart and gr4
ually died out until Sir Geoffrey aid
my mother were alone left of thflr
respective liaes. and without kuowhg
the relationship they met and marred
and I" she faltered and put her hjid
over her face "am the only one fcft
of the family, of either branch." j
"i'ow. here." said 1. devoutly. fJr 1
fully believed what I sail, "are the
workings of Divine Providence. "Che
parchment came from old Sir Philip,
it was torn by his sons and the pieces
came not together until in you j the
ancient lines were united."
"Yes. but what does It mean?" she
asked, turning to the table again.
"There is writing on the back."
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