The Ocala evening star

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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OCALA

VOL 20:
OCALA FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER. 27, 1913
NO. 186

ATTEMPT TO FLY

ACROSS ATLANTIC
Is to be Made Next Year by Glenn
Curtiss, One of the Most Noted
American Aviators
Paris, Dec. 26. Glenn Curtiss is-j
here looking after patent interests
rf tt-'o snrnnlnna II'c flvfnor 1 IS!

r .x.o "Mist of dead up to 72. All bodies
a center of attraction. It is the cnly ; . nr,? .v i
. , : nae been Identified. Most of the in-
water machine m the show designed.. . , ... ,. . :
. ... jured in the hospital will live, it is
for sportsmen. All others are mill- j expete;j i
tary machines. j' Vroic Attempt to Rescue
Mr.. Curtiss says he is working on, w 1
. attTx,f Members of the Calumet fire de-;
a project for a transatlantic flight;
and is backed by American capital-i part:neat relate man' stances of;
ists. He says the capitalists insist j heroic attempts at rescue. Patrick,
the crowing shall be made in a j R-Va arnvei a few utes after the
single flight in from twenty-five to j crush urrei the foot of the
thirty-odd hours, from Ireland to 8tairw'- He. estimated there were
Newfoundland, whereas, personally, about 10 pilel in a hea? when he
he thinks it wiser to make the flight acei the entrance of the building.

with at least two stops to take pe-
trol from liners. He thinks it 'wiser.
even to attempt the flight in ten or.
a dozen "installments."
1
Mr. Curtiss believes the Daily I
Mail's urize for a transatlantic flight I
may be wen before the new year is:
over j
UNITED IN THEIR AFI IJCTIOX
Christmas was a Day of -Mourning i
for All the People of
Calumet
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 2 6. On the
day Christendom sets aside as one of j
rejoicing over the birth of the Sav- i
iour, Calumet, stricken to the heart
by an almost unbelievable caiastro- (
phe stood mourning by the side of its
dead the 72 victims, most of them
children, of the frightful panic cn
Christmas eve in the Italian Hall.
This panic followed a false alarm
cry of fire during" the progress of a
Christmas tree entertainment ar ar-rangd
rangd ar-rangd for families of the copper
strikers.
"All bitterness and ill-feeling that
has existed in this strike ridden com community
munity community for months past was wiped
away by the one great, common afflic affliction.
tion. affliction. Today the people of Calumet
only can see their neighbors, their
brothers, their sisters and their lit lit-little
little lit-little children, staggering under an
almost unebarable burden of distress
and grief.

A mass meeting of Calumet citi-
zens was held yesterday to express The largest shipment of Nunnal Nunnal-sympathy
sympathy Nunnal-sympathy and devise ways and means lv's Caniies that .ver came to Oeala,
to ameliorate the suffering and scr- j'ast in at Genu's Drugstore" 12-1 otf

THE NUT CLUB This Kid COULD Have Been More Polite. ,r By f R- MORGAN
(Copyright. 1913. Western Newspaper Union.)
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to make an engagement to meet

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row of those families on which the
hand of death hai fallen. A com-!
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naittee of twelve was appointed to '.
visit each home an! ascertain whatj
financial assistance was needed.
Funis are assured and no outside aid
will te needei. j
The authorities so far have been i
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unaoie to trace a man wno is saia to 1
have gone up the stairs of the Italian i
ball and raised the cry of fire to j
which is ascritel the panic that led j
to the trageiy.
A 14-year-old girl who dieJ this
i morning brought the official revised
;
I Ryans hand and begged to be res-
cueJ. The fireman pulled the boy
to tha, HtMa fDliii-i-'i! tfltrt- TV !--
a uu-
man mass kept pressing down and
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A girl of eight or nine graped the
nrn:;s or Angeio Curio, a fireman,
kissel them and implore! him to
save her. He made a heroic effort to
pull her out but- the crush was so
great he was compellel to give up
the attempt and she perishel.
.irs. -. .iemeia, one or tne vic victims,
tims, victims, was suffocate 1 while standing
up.
Leonard Wiiman
out a crvin? bov o
fireman, took
six, uninjured.
year hini h!s mother arU si,ter lay
dea2. His seven-year-old Lrother
was taken out later.
An eie en-year-cld boy rescue 1 his
brother of nine by carrying him
own a la Icier. There were similar
rescues.
s: i?ap m:ai: HAirn.s.r)
Mexican Rebels Mjvh;j I V.r.vai tl t
C-: pt lire y I on terey
Mexico City. De?. 27. A battle
cetween the federals ani rebels is
raging near Saltiilo. which ?s believ believed
ed believed to te the opening of the cam campaign
paign campaign against Monterey by ihe reb rebels.
els. rebels. The latter city is doomed if
Saltillo falls.
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UPHELD STATE
Congratulations Due Attorney Gen-(
eral West on His Victory Over
Pullman Car Company
Tallahassee, Dec. 27. Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General T. F. West is in receipt of a
notice from the clerk of the supreme I
court of the Unitei States that the
cases of the state of Florida vs. the
Pullmaa Company, in which the
Pullman Car Company was resisting
the payment of certain taxes impos imposed
ed imposed by the state had been decided "by
the supreme court in favor of the'
state. j
The importance of the case is 1
shown by the fact that some $25,000 ;
of revenue was involved directly and j
also the constitutionality of n line of ;
taxaticn enactments and the right of
the state to impose certain taxes on
foreign corporations. j
When the case was last argued the
state was represented by Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General West and the Pullman Com Company
pany Company by Hon. Frank B. Kellogg, of
St. Paul. Minn., a lawyer of national
reputation. Mr. West is receiving
congratulations on the saccessful
termination of this suit as well, as
that of the saits against some of the
insurance companies recently set settled,
tled, settled, and which also involved approx approximately
imately approximately $25,000 of state revenue.
These amounts are taxes levied on
the gross income of the corporations
mentioned insofar as their business
in Florida is concerned. The state
levies a tax of 2 per cent cn gross
receipts upon the insurance com companies
panies companies and on Pullman car compan companies.
ies. companies. PRESIBENT IN A NEW POSITION
rii'-f .f a Volunteer Fire Depart Department
ment Department Which Extinguished an
Incipient CoiiJla&i'iitioa
Gulfport, Miss., Dec. 27. --President
Wilson discovered the home of
-Mrs. J. H. Neville on fire here yes yesterday
terday yesterday anJ while he directed two
chauffeurs and two secret service
men how to extinguish the blaze, he
allayed Mrs. Neville's fears.
The presilent was returning to
Pass Christian from the golf course
and was riding in the front seat of
an automobile when he saw smoke
coming from the roof of the Neville
home. He quickly alighted from the
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car and went into the house, where j

he encountered Mrs. Neville.
"Your house is on fire, but do not
be alarmed. These gentlemen here
(pointing to the chauffeurs and sec
ret service men), will put it out if;
you will show them how to get to
the attic," 'said President Wilson to
Mrs. Neville.
While the two secret service men,
James Sloan and Jack Wheeler, and
the two rhauffeurs, Charles Fred Fredericks
ericks Fredericks and George Robinson, rushed
upstairs, Mr. Wilson quieted Mrs.
Neville and assured -her she was in
no danger and that her home would
not be destroyed.
CUTTING FOOL CAPERS
Its Time to Have Lincoln Beachey's
Obituary Set Up
San Francisco, Dec. 26. Lincoln
Beachey celebrated Christmas day by
breaking a world's record, looping
the loop five consecutive times from
a height of 750 feet and landing in
a narrow street on the Panama Ex Exposition
position Exposition grounds.
Beachey turned a double loop at a
height of 300 feet which he said is a
record in itself, as Pegoud, originator
of this particular freak of aviation,
always has performed from a greater
height.
Special burret luncheon 50 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat.
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? GENERAL
Coupon Law of the State of Florida
to the United States Su Supreme
preme Supreme Conrt
Washington, Dec. 27. Attorney Attorney-General
General Attorney-General West of Florida has filed
with the supreme, court of the Unit United
ed United States an appeal from the action
of the federal court for Southern
Florida district in holding unconsti unconstitutional
tutional unconstitutional the 1913 Florida statute
levying a tax on trading stamps.
The court below held that this sta statute
tute statute was an unlawful discrimination
against merchants advertising in this
way and a violation of the fourteen fourteenth
th fourteenth amendment of the national con constitution.
stitution. constitution.
The court below held that this
statute was an unlawful discrimi discrimination
nation discrimination against merchants advertising
in this way and a violation of the
fourteenth amendment.
This measure was an attempt to
tax cut of existence chain of cigar
stores that had invaded Floriiia and
were obtaining trade by the prem premium
ium premium plan, like had been done in other
states. In passing the law the Flor Florida
ida Florida legislature overlooked the joker.
jand it was found that it practically
j rarrei from tne state all goods tnat
gave a coupon that was releemable
with prizes. This struck salt, sugar,
soap, cleansers an i a score of carton
goods, ?.nd would have maie
grocery business in Florida hazard
ous so far as obeying the law was
co cee "1
The case was taken into the fel
i
eral court, and three judges sitting
jea can? at Birmingham, Ala., grant
jel on injunction restraining the tax
irr i rrT)i pnTnr?iTi" iru inn-
JThis appeal v,-as from the order of
itne court, thg Florida attornev gen
eral -maintairng that the la-v
con
cerned Florida
judges thought it
ilone, whi!e the
inierferel with in- t
jtersTate cotuTuerce.
; Th5 decision v,-ill te awaitei with;
S interest, as it will create a precedent'
j to determine the right of states to!
; iax oux o: ex:s:ence any iorm of bus-
iness that any class of merchants
may oppose.
GREETING FOR THE GRILASER

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Karra Iinds that the Japs are IIis'b:&nCe than a K?'ak picture on a

Little Yellow Rrothers
Tokio, Dec. 27. Francisco
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the advanced dates

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Barra, formerly provisional presi-v
dent of Mexico, here at the head of
a special Mexican mission, took
luncheon yesterday at the Imperial
Palace. He later presented to Em Emperor
peror Emperor Ycshohito a letter from Pro Provisional
visional Provisional President Huerta, thanking
his majesty for Japan's participation
in Mexico's centennary celebration.
The emperor decorated the Mexican
special envoy with the grand Cordon
of the 'Order of Paulownia. t
As Senor de la Barra entered the
carriage which took him to the pal palace,
ace, palace, he was cheered by a crowd.

SOVEREIGN' COMMANDER ROOT
Founder and Head of the Great Or Order
der Order of Woodmen, Has Passed
Away
Hendersonville, X. C, Dec 26.
The body- of Joseph Cullen Root,
founder of the Woodmen of the
World and Sovereign Commander of
that order, who died here Wednes Wednes-day
day Wednes-day night, was sent to Omaha, Neb.,
Root's home, yesterday. A son who
hurried here when Mr. Root became
ill accompanied the body.
Intestinal trouble was given as the
cause of death. Root had been trav traveling
eling traveling in the South in the interest of
the order and his condition was. not
considered grave until two days ago.
PEEPING HUNGRY
MEN IN FRISCO
Practical Charity Shown in the Gol Golden
den Golden (late City of the Parific
San. Francisco, De?. 25. Nobody
out of work needed to eo hungry in

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L. t?.,,&,, r.-,
i the Co-Operative Bureau of Employ-
i ,. . .
i ment tables were set for all who
i
Iwjuld come; and thousanls did.
:
i ..;an3' cnurcnes inrew open ineir
dccrs tQ the noaleleS sleepin
' .
j' who apply wiU be given food
a.rd shelter," said Mayor Rolph.
"Every man can have a roof over his
I when the, supervisors will announce
a plan to provide em.pIoyment-
nie number of
idle men is esti--
mate! at 20,000.
OPEN ALIi NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
ii.lace to take j our meals. Open night
land day. J. R. Dewey, proprie-
?r. 2-28-tf
Nothing nicer for a little remem-
mee calendar. we nave me caien-
jdars for all sizes of pictures at 15c
la each. Gerig's Drug Store 12-15 tf
de nuT Club s
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913

OCALA OCCURRENCES

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HEAVY" STORM ALONG

THE ATLANTIC COAST

Mr. Henry Hurst drove down from
Citra today and paid the Star a call.

If you are interested in furniture
read ad on page 6. 11-20-tf

Call phone 291 if you want to buy
furniture. 11-20-tf

Mr. David H. Kirkland. of the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Farms Co., was in town to

day.

Mr. H. C. Benjamin of Chatta Chatta-nooga
nooga Chatta-nooga is in the. city, visiting his
1 brother, Mr. J.sH. Benjamin.

Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service at
Keating's. 11-11-tf

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Mr. Salley of Asheville, X. C

rived this afternoon to spend
week end with friends.

The Ocala Seed Store Is headquar

ters for best poultry and stock

foods A2-19 tf

watch; ElgjLjL-rpen
' W." foTTwith initials

stump."

TSuitable reward for return to C. A.

of hard work atjiifenre last ni

Mr. G. E. Camp of Oklawaha was

In the city today and paid his
spects to the Star office.

rev

Mr. J. H. Westover, commander of
one of the vessels of the Lake Weir
.navy, is a visitor in the city today.

Another fierce blizzard is sweep sweeping
ing sweeping the northern states and sending
unwelcome shiveres to Florida.

vMr.

Phil Robinson is out of town

on business which will prolong his
absence until the last of next week

if not longer.

Mr. W. B. JSallagher returned yes

?terday afterntKra from Tampa-f

whfere he enjoyed Christmaswlth

relatives. ,..-

- Mr. Max Fishel, who has been the
holiday guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Fishel, will return to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to Alabama.

WEATHER FORECAST

Cloudy and warmer tonight and
Sunday; probably rain Sunday north
portion.

Mr. Frank Sanders has returned
from a Christmas visit to his former
home in Brooksville. Mr. Sanders is
one of the valued employees in the
office of the Florida Title & Abstract

Company.

We have just received a large line
of elegant Photo Albums, Scrap
Books, Baby Books, and Auto Trip
Books which are beauties. Lpok
them over at The Court Paar-

Messrs. Arthur

Ferguson have

macy.

12-9,

Mr. James Chace- one of the best

known dentists of Jacksonville, is 1;

the city, as is hfs annual custom,
spending Christmafwiih his son, Dr.

Chace. 1

The friends of

Ciark and D. Neil

I noon mnirra tulatinir thorn nn

appointment as deputy collectorsof

the income tax. Both are popul

and effi cien t y w uTnT""m eft and wil

make good in the offies. There is

some doubt, howeveras to Mr. Fer

guson accepting.

building up a gooi

among his home people, and is not
likely to abandon it and remove to

Jacksonville.

OST Gold

face; had W.0

"C. A. H." cut on back of

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Mr. Edward Connor is wearing a Holloway at Carn-Thomas Company

bandage over his left-eve. the result Mtore. 12-23-6t

riage licenses to Mr James I. Ford
and Miss Annie Mkrkham, to Mr.
Charles Boyles ahd Miss Mina Mae

ickland.

Dr. F. E. McClane announces the
removal of his offices to the ZeButt
building; Main street entrance be between
tween between the Murray Co. and Troxler's
stand. Hours, 9 a. m. to 11:30 a.
ni., 1:30 to 4 p. m.; telephones, of office,
fice, office, 333; residence, 407. 12-13-18t

Mr. J. E. Johnson and Mr. Henry
Livingston returned last night from
a successful hurt itf tbfe big scrub.

iThere were five inMiie party and

Jthey killed three deer.

Xunnally's the standard of the
South, Liggett's the standard of the
North, either of these candies to be
had in Ocala at Gerig's two stores
only. 12-15-tf

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HOLIDAY
SUGGESTIONS
7

Walking Dolls,
Novelties
Of
All Kinds,

Hand-Bags,

Purses
and Bill-Folds,
Collapsible
Drinking Cups,
Full Line of

Cigars

in Holiday Boxes, ff

Complete Assortment
Celebrated
APP0L0 CANDY

Mr. Whitfield .Palmer, who was
the Christmas guest of his brother,
Mr. Harry Palmer, in Tampa, reach reached
ed reached home on the limited yesterday.

Mr. R. A. Burford, who has had
his Chalmers car in W. F. McAteer's
shop for several weeks, having it
thoroughly overhauled and re repainted,
painted, repainted, has taken it out and the
car looks as good as new and runs
as smoothly.

New York, Dec. 27. New York
and vicinity and miles of the North
Jersey coast suffered last night from
a combination of wind, rain and
tide, incident to a heavy storm. Two
barges, broken from their tow, sank
near Fort River, (N. J.) life saving
station, with a possible loss of ten
lives. Many fishermen's shacks and
houses were destroyed and hotel
lighting systems put out of commis

sion.

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law

steadily
practice

Harold Klock or New Hampshire
spent a day or two with his friend,
Charles Duval, and accompanied his
parents to St. Petersburg this afternoon.

Ed Mack, colored, was sentenced
to pay a fine of r ten, and costs for
using profane language in a public
place by Judge Smith today.

The county judge has issued mar-1

Rev. Bunyan Stephens made glad

the7 prisoners in the county jail on

JShristmas morning by a gift, of

fruits and other delicacies. While
there he also delivered them a short
talk on the subject of the hereafter,
which was earnestly and devotedly
listened to by the unfortunates.

Ed Tillman was tried before Judge
Smith today on a charge of carrying
concealed weapons. He pleaded
guilty and was assessed one hundred

dollars and costs or three months in

th county jail. Ed "selected" the
latter method of appeasing the de demands
mands demands of the law and will begin his
term tomorrow morning.

Anid Well EDo tHhi2 Z$M.

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We will send for your clothes and lauftcler them as
they should be laundered, returningm to your
home as quickly as first-class work cfflie turned out.
Our machinery is all of the latest mdcwhich practi practically
cally practically eliminates the possibility of injuring even the
most delicate fabrics. :

17ILL BE I

Manager Chas. W. Hunter is im improving
proving improving the opportunity of so many
of the college boys being present to
begin to make plans for the season's

baseball. The Ocala team laid aj

mighty good foundation last summer

for big success this year. A state;

league with Ocala one of the strong strongest
est strongest teams is among the possibilities.

Call phone 291 if you wish to ex exchange
change exchange furniture. 11-20-tf

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W Tompkins, C. C.

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

A TEXAS WONDER

. The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav

el, cures diabetes, weak and lame

backs, rheumatism, and all irregular

lties of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates

bladder troubles in children. If njt
sold by your druggist, will be sent

by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldQm fails to perfect a cure. Send

for testimonials from this and other

states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St..

St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad

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1913 state and count tax books
are now open. Two per cent off for
November payments and one per cent

off for December payments. Come

early and avoid the rush, being sure
to bring a correct description of
your property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

FOR SALE Five passenger, 20-

horsepower 1912 atuomobile; cheap

for cash, or will exchange for build

ing lot. Box 26, Ocala, Fla. 12-27-6t

MARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY

Court W. S. Bul-

-E. W. Davis,
P. H. Nugent.

Northwest Corner.

Ocala House Block

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W ?y Rrinson. Sunerin

Judge Circuit

lock, Ocala.
District Attorney
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court
Ocala.

Sheriff J. P. Gallowav, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Aver, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. n.

And Which and Why Among Next
Spring's Chautauqua
Attractions
Russell Conwell Church builder,
university founder, journalist, one
of the oldest of the great platform
speakers.
Signor Berini Lyric tenor, for formerly
merly formerly with the Metropolitan Grand
Cpera Company of New York.
Madam Berini Dramatic soprano.
Made her reputation with the Eng English
lish English Savage Grand Opera Co.
Miss Gay MacLaren Producer of
whole plays. Leland Powers' prote protege.
ge. protege. Presents "Man From Home,"
"Within the Law." etc. Just home
from Canal zone government engage engagement.
ment. engagement. Bertha Wooden Ladies' Orchestra
Band From Chicago. Eight mu musicians
sicians musicians capable of giving an entire

! program alone. Will appear at sev

eral sessions.
Walt Holcomb Sam Jones' right right-hand
hand right-hand man. Brings a whole horse
. A A 1 V .L 4 J J

Flakes of the tarred paper f rom i race lo ine piaiiurm. acuob excue-
I i i

off the roofs of the warehouses burn- nieni, cneers. am a maiter oi worus.

ed last night fell plentifully up town, Professor Lewis Williams Elec-

as far as Fort King avenue. Theyjtrical entertainer. Demonstrates

went high up and were waited a long Wjth comment and apparatus the

way. i great scientific discoveries, telephoto

graphy, the electrical echo, etc.

Mis's Meddie Hamilton Platform

manager. Comes from Mother Chau

tauqua, Chautauqua, New York. Or Organizer
ganizer Organizer of reading courses. Presents

daily simple, eloquent lecture-recit

als on favorite poets.

Julius Caesar Nayphe Athenian.

Gives in native costume picturesque
descriptions of the Orient, the Holy

Lands.

Byron W. King President of the

King School of Oratory, Pittsburg.

Dramatic recitals from great litera
ture. Delivers in Florida his mas
ter oration on Robert E. Lee.

The Katherine Carroll Smith Con

cert Company Personnel of four
members. Sheer lightness and bright brightness
ness brightness in instrumental music, song and
recitation.
Can you hum a tune and see the
point of a joke? Miss Dolly Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph will want you to take part in
the Chautauqua home talent enter entertainment,
tainment, entertainment, the Opera Comique.
Hal Merton Prince of jugglers
and ventriloquests.
Dr. Carolyn Geisel Of Battle
Creek. Conducts school of health
during forenoons of a week. Talk-

topics, diet, physical culture, first
aid in the home. Woman's federa federation
tion federation leader. A favorite at St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. Declamation contest. Participants
school children of Marion county.
Robley Male Quartet Not school
boy3 out for a lark, but trained sing singers
ers singers with a reputation to maintain.
Dr. George P. Bible President of
the University of Pennsylvania State
Normal College. A dramatic speak speaker
er speaker with a practical turn of thought.
Mrs. Lydia Locking Of the Jun Junior
ior Junior Chautauqua. Conducts after
school story hours seven days of the
ten.
The season tickets, of which only
400 will be sold, are already being
snatched by eager buyers. Watch
your chance to obtain the wholesale
price for the ten days' pleasure.

Fruit Cake (dark or white), pound
cake, raisin cake, fig cake, nut cake,
marbel cake, etc., 30 cents per
pound, at Cartel's Bakery. Phone
360. 12-18-6t dly

The Juniper Hunting Club, a
Louisville, Ky., organization, which
owns about twenty-five thousand
acres of land in the eastern part of
Marion county, will be here Monday
for a week's hunt. Perry Edwards,

who fills the position of chef for the
club, has been notified to be on hand
at Juniper Creek early Monday
morning prepared for the fray.

FOUND A ladies long black coat
on Fort King Ave., this afternoon.
Apply to Star Office.

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SUNSHINE
BISCUIT
Chocolate London
Golden Flakes
Whole Wheat
Wafers
Chocolate Eydrox
Cheese Chips
Brandywine
Tan San
Clover Leaf Cheese
Sticks
Macaroni Jumbles
Oxford Fruit Cake
0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY

sounds

well there

nothing quite

so sweet to the ears

bride as sterling silver.

Apart from the quality which

is high here, and the'cb&steness

of the patterns which can be seei

at a glance, it is, Important to know

that the prices are not extravagani

Oar iewelry store is the r best place in the

county to get suggestions for wedding presents

Ve have made a study of this "gift Question.'' It is our

business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.

Choose Your Gifts Here

Oar stock is varied and so are the prices. Every taste and
every pocket book- is sure to be salted. We have

many inexpensive but dainty little novelties here

besides silverware which will make excellent gifts.

This is a jewelry store where you can get Just what

you are looking for at the price you want to pay.

Everything in our fine line of silverware.

gems, jewelry, watches, etc., contains

notmne out real, tanciote values.

eoupiea wud up-io-aaie styie. M-'-y,

Dron in and let u asftint

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cnoosing your weaatns; ivj
- gifts let us prov to j0M?"M

vnu that .here Is a M:'S?MAa:

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Merchant's

Block

Ao Eo MJDSMETT,

Ocala,

THE JEWELER

CO.MMITTEES

OF THE
CITY COUNCIL

Judiciary Livingston, Taylor andi

Helvenston;
Finance Carmichael, Helvenstoa
and Weathers. ";
Light tnd Water Taylor, Weihe
and Weathers.

Street Weathers, Weihs
Bennett.
Fire Weihe, Helvenston
Carn.
Police Weihe and Bennett.
Market Livingtton, Hunter

Carn. f
Building Bennett, Carmichael
and Taylor.
Cemetery Cam, Weihe and Liv Livingston.
ingston. Livingston. Sanitary Carn, Taylor and Carmichael.

NOTICE

A regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hard-

and

and

and

COAST LINE'S TIME CARD

PHONES 16 and 174.
OCALA FLA.

CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. a B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now In effect. It
is as follows:
- Southbound
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. ra., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m.., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
Aorthbound
No. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p.m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. in.

V.are Company will be held in their
office, Ocala, Fla., on January 13th,
1914 for the transaction of such
business as shall come before the
ineetlng. 12-18-tf
H. B. Clarkson, President.
C. E. Nelson, Asst. Secretary. .'

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

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

Thermos Bottles at
Gerig's Drug Store.

all prices at
12-15 tf

Layer cake, angel cake, and ether
fancy cakes at Carter's Bakery.
Phone 360. 12-18-6t dly

Have you a house to
rent, oij do you want

to

rent a house?

i Have you something to
"sell, or do yon wish to
i a
buy a house, a lot, a
horse, or a buggy?

-Are you looking for
employment, or do you
. ifceed the services of
i -scfsie one who is?
If so,, you should pat-
ronize the STAR'S un-
classified ccamn It'll
do the work.

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tendent, Ocala; B.

K. of P. meet Monday evening.
&itt&& R- B"tch, Blitcht(
Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,



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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913
FIERCE FIGHT WITH FIRE
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW:

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The best place to hidrripney is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it- Every week we see
newspaper accounts ofA people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those otherpjaces where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then y&u know you can get it

when you want it. ?

Conflagration at the Yards of

Ocala Lum!er and Supply
j Company
! Fire broke out very unexpectedly
last night at the plant of the Ocala
j Lumber and Supply Company in the
I northeast of town.
! The company bad a large "quantity
of valuable lumber stored in ware ware-j
j ware-j houses along its switch track in the
j center of the yard, in the Y formed
j by the two railroads. In one of
Ithese the fire originated, and must
have been smouldering for some
jtime, for it suddenly broke oat with
ia blaze that sent a column of flame
heavenward.
! The fire was immediately seen

from all around that part cf town,
and an alarm sent in from Carmi Carmi-chael's.
chael's. Carmi-chael's. The fire department an answered
swered answered the alarm promptly,- and the
chief with his men and apparatus
was on the ground in a few minutes.
When they arrived, however, the
warehouse in which the fire started
was all ablaze, and they found that
their water pressure was very feeble.
This soon improved, however, and
they went into a tremendously hard
fight with the flames, in which they

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Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermcn.
: Subject, "The Universal Christ."
' 3 p. m. Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. No evening service will be held in
this church. The congregation will
unite in a union service at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the public and all strangers in the
city.
Grace Church (Episcopal)

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DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Inlerjcsfe n Savings Accounts

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(Corner S. Broadway and WatulajJ

St. Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector; resi residence,
dence, residence, 311 S. Broadway; phone 415.)
7:30 a., m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Evening" prayer.
Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Friday.
Meetings of vestry and societies at
hours appointed.

Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
11 a. m:Preaching. Subject, "The

Hue Ladies WM FM
in this bank not only a sincere desire to please
and serve them, but also the means to do so. v
W e have provided for their special benefit a
convenient, small sized check book, bound in fine
leather and stamped in gold.
Every woman will, appreciate the comfort and
cleanliness, to say nothing of the safety of paying by
check. V

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
. An Active United States Depository.

were aided by many volunteers from

the hundreds of people who gathered Birth of Christ."

from all parts of town. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school.

.r-u V fsr,,., I 2:30 p. m. Junior League.

. tua -o, Y,.,r0 thP 3:30 p. m. Senior League

hlaze started, nor the one next to it P- m. Preach ng.

nor two cars on the track alongside. The Pastors of the Presbyterian

That thev did succeed in confining BaPtist churches '.with their eon eon-the
the eon-the fire to these and a few piles of j gregations will be With us at the eve eve-lumber
lumber eve-lumber adjoining is due not only to j ninS service.
their own hard work, but to the.ab-1 AH are invited to the above named

thoroughly

15. AV. PARTRIDGE, JR.

DAVID S: WOODROW X

II. E. PILCH ER

COMPANY

EAL:::;ESTATE.

Auction Lot Sales a Specialty.
Huntington, West Va., and Ocala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Anytime.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS.
Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.

sence of wind,

past few days that had

soaked all the uncovered lumber
piled around the starting point of
the conflagration.
The progress of the fire was to the
eastward, and after sweeping the
warehouses and freight cars, it be began
gan began eating into the piles of lumber
and shingles .stacked up toward the
Seaboard. Here the firemen made a
heroic fight, in which they were aid aided
ed aided by company employes and many
volunteers, who carried the lumber
and shingles away frcm the expose?
point, while the department. men
pourel a steady f!oad into the ad advancing
vancing advancing blaze. This was a terribly

shot place, and the men couU not

have lived .so close to it if they had
act shieldel themselves behind
loors and planks while They held the
hose. Even with this 'help, their
work was fierce, as is proven by
their blistered ban is an! fa?es this
morning.
Another shed wkh a large quan quantity
tity quantity of dry lumber was in the path

j of the fire, and had the flames reach

ed it they would have swept clear to
the Seaboard, ani perhaps held the
night trains up.

Verv slowly the flames yielded to

" Junior Eptvorth Ixagne

Meets at 2:30 o'clock
at the Methodist church.

tomorrow j
It is a j

missionary subject and everybody is
cordially invited. j J
Leader, Margaret Little.

Song, From Greenland's Icy Moun Mountain.
tain. Mountain. Devotion topic. Matt. 111-17.
Prayer subject,- Children in Non Non-Christian
Christian Non-Christian Lands.
Song, Bring Them In.
A Whisper Song Ed ward Cook.
Talk, A Real Trip to Cuba Land.
Song, Tell It Again.
Memory verse, jGhn 111-16.
A Letter from China Claud Bar Bar-nett.
nett. Bar-nett. Song, A Little Bit of Love.
Talk to Juniors Miss Gladys
Keigh.
Offering and roll call.
Announcements.
League benediction.
Don't miss this program. Bring a
riend with you.

Wtadlsor Mold
Jacksonville's Finest
AND
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel oi the State
RATES
European Plan $1.50Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
Jacksonville, Florida

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WHITE STTARL LINE
VRAXSFER AXD FI It EPHOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

Teams for Ugsl
2. ill Heavy Hauling.
Picking and
Sftipphig ol
Furniture, Pianos
ard Sales.
Bflpge Service
(fee Uehl.

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
or Ceiling iu
Quality or Prlce
Investigate.
Phone 298

CHRISTMAS

DI.VXElt
for the convicts

The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will
;ive a big Christmas dinner to the

the torrents of water pourel upon nrisnners at thf Varion Frms of

them, and about U o'clock the fire-j whicn there are 200, tomorrow aft

ernoon at 3 o'clock. Anyone who

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TO OUK FRIENDS:
WE WISH YOU ALlt A HAPPY NEW YEAIII
YOU HAVE LDE THE OLI YEAR A HAPPY ONE FOR US,
BECAUSE YOU HAVE CilVEEX US LOTS OF BUSINESS.
ARE YOU GOING TO COME RACK TO US NEXT YEAR, BE BECAUSE
CAUSE BECAUSE YOU'VE BEEN SATISFIED WITH WHAT YOU GOT
FROM US. WE KNOW YOU WILL BRING YOUR FRIENDS TO
TRADE WITH US. THOSE YOU BRING WE WILL MAKE
OUR FRIENDS. BY GIVING THEM HONEST HARDWARE AT
HONEST PRICES.

fflarioi Mariwaire
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

men considered they had the blaze
under control.
Chief Chambers com men 1 his
men for their brave work, and asks
the Star to mention Messrs. Lelanj
Smoak, George Mershon, John Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Norton Davis, Francis Web Webber,
ber, Webber, Cecil Ditto. Louis Toffaletti and
Zack Peacock for their assistance
right up against the blaze. These
are by no means all who gave gal gallant
lant gallant assistance, but all the chief
could call to mind in 'the few min
;ne$ he had to talk this mornings
While the fire was in full blast.
Sunnyjim came in on its run from
Lakeland. In order to kep from
running over the hose lines stretch stretch-?J
?J stretch-?J across the track, the train, stcp stcp--
- stcp-- ed for an hour. while Conductor
Cloodyear and his men v.tnt to helr
iisht the fire.

I The origin of the lire is a mystery.
a few minutes before the blaze
j broke out, the company's watchmaD
i vassed the warehouse where it start start-ei.
ei. start-ei. ani did r.ot notice anything un-'
; usual. 1'e was in another ?-?rt oi
; the yard when the first tcnues of
i f!ane tho't thru the roof of the ware ware-j
j ware-j house ani illuminated all that part
! o!' town.
t

Mr. M. J. Roess was among the
first on the ground after the alarm
ard worked as hard as anyon? striv striving
ing striving to save the property. To a re reporter,
porter, reporter, he said he estimated his loss
at fifteen to twenty thousand dollars,
and he believed that it was mostly

covered by insurance, but he couldn't
give the exact figures at that time.
The firemen were at work nearly
all night, steadily pouring water on
the smouldering ruins, for if the
wind had risen at any time, the dan danger
ger danger would have been renewed.
Chief Chambers was the recipient
today of a very substantial check
from Mr. M. J. Roess to be divided
among the firemen as a token of

! appreciation of their hard work.
Several Thousand lKllars Shy
The company was able to fairly
estimate its loss this morning,
i Twenty thousand dollars' worth of
lumber was destroyed beside the
i building. The insurance was about
;$ 15,000. which makes it a very ex ex-pensive
pensive ex-pensive Christmas bonfire.

wishes to go is cordially invited, and
all are requested to take well filled
baskets. Those wishing to contri contribute
bute contribute to the dinner can send dona donations
tions donations to Mrs. W. T. Gary.

had been given a "life sentence" ac-. I Strong, 115 X. Sanchez street, was

cording to the statutes made and j lost by parcel post carrier. If found, I

provided in such cases.

CRUISING AND CAMPING

Mr. G. K. Robinson and a party of
friends consisting of Messrs. Ralph
Robinson, Jim Taylor, A. A. Winer,
F. E. Wetherbee and E. Pearson, left
Christmas day afternoon for a cruise
on beard Mr. Robinson's yacht down
Silver Springs run and the Oklawaha
to Lake George, where they will
camp for a week or ten days. Mr.
Bruce MefTert ani Mr. H. B. Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son will join the party today.

LARGE SHIPMENT
OF SEWING MACHINES

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
tost. Found, Wanted, For Sale
For F.ent and Similar Local Needs

FOR SALE One E. M. F. 5-pas-senger
touring car in good condition.
Apply at Tydings' Drug Store. 17-12t
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
pullets. Sacrifice if sold at once. Ivy
Poultry Farm, Ocala, Fla. 12-17-tf

'return to postoffice and get reward.

I F. J. Hubef, P. M. 12-20-tf-

LOANS 6-per cent loans ort
rms, orchard lands, city resident
or business property to buy, builds
improve, extend or refund moirt--gages
or other securities; terms rea reasonable;
sonable; reasonable; special privileges; corres correspondence
pondence correspondence Invited. Dept. L., 618
Commonwealth Eldg., Denver, Colo.,
or. 1521 Commerce Street, Dallas,
Texas. 12-6-U-sat

Pekin j I

-FOR-

FOR SALE Mammoth

:!ack eggs; $2 for setting of twelve

Apply 203 East Eighth St. 12-17-10t!
i
FOR SALE CHEAP Thirty thou-
sand good, second-hand brick. Call ;
at our office and inspect them. J. F.
Jenkins & Co. 12-i8-6t;J

RESIDENCE FOR RENT A sev

en-room residence, all modern im
ro-.ements, close in; possession No

ember 4 ch. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch ;

!

at Commercial Bank.

10-31-t

FOR RENT A six-room cottage
it 5U9 Tuscawiila street, acioss frow j
the primary school building. Aunl'jJ
to Dr. R. D.. Fuller at his o'race ovei
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-t!

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FOR RENT Lower floor of Col- j
lier building; fireproof with cement

Mr. B. Goldman, agent for the
"'Free" sewing machines in tnis part
of the state, receive! a shipment of
machines this morning which was
probably the largest single consign consignment
ment consignment ever received in OsaH. The
shipment, while more than one solid
carload, was not quite two maximum
v'.n 1c lint it fa n it ? rati tt f T i T- V. "f

. . I door; also furnishied rooms; all mod

1.415 lu uui.i Liitr su: .juitrni uku ai-

rivel over the Seaboard direct from
the fatcory. Mr. Goldman buys these
machines outright and has a force of
men selling them through the coun country,
try, country, giving easy terms on them
when terms are desired. Mr. Gold Goldman
man Goldman has bought a Ford car for his
traveling man to carry his samples
on. The "Free" is one of the best

and most durable machines in the
world.

Sweet Milk
Butter Milk
Cream
Butter
Pork Sausage,
Tennessee Style in Shucks
Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Country Fggs,

CALL PHONE 482.
Sanitary Dairy j

Corner Fort King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
Basement of Burnett Building)

"BRUNG IX ANOTHER COUPLE"

ern conveniences. une oiock iromi

the square; rent reasonable, ix-4-ii

FOR RENT OR SALE Two mod modern,
ern, modern, five-room bungalows, attractive attractively
ly attractively built and fitted with all modern
conveniences. Apply to Dr. Chace,

Holder block, or D. S. Welsh, Ocala;

Lumber & Supply Co. 12-19-lm

SEABOARD AIR L.IXE SCHEDULE

FOR SALE A 25-barrel still
complete with pump, vat, glue ket kettle,
tle, kettle, and steam pump complete. Also
five crops galvanized McCoy cups.
All for quick sale. For further in information
formation information apply to Sisal Hemp &
Development Co., St. James, Fla.
12-3-"

Judge W. E. Smith was greeted
with "Well, Jedge, I brung in an another
other another pair that wants a life sen sentence,"
tence," sentence," as he returned from dinner
today, and the pair, both of ebony
hue. blushed as the "Jedge" asked
them the usual questions in such

cases. After the formalities were all chinerv.

performed and the judge gave the
signal to "salute the bride" they! LOST PACKAGE A parcel from
went their way rejoicing that they Belleview, Fla., addressed to Mrs. I.

RAGS WANTED The Star office

will buy CLEAN COTTON rags for j
use in cleanins no rresses and ma-s

Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
9:20 a. m.; arrirs Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11: "3 a. m.; arrives Ocala .2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.

No. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:4o a.
m.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar-

12-12-tf

I rives Jacksonville 5:40 p. in.

No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:20 p. m.



FOUR

THE OCALA EYEXIA'G STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1013
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crimination made against them. The
i legislature has the power to prohibit
! saloons in the state. As long as it
j allows them, and taxes them, it
should give them the treatment their
I licenses entitle them to.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
DITTIXGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

SIXTEEN YEARS' STRENGTH.
While a bank's strength is usually shown in
figures, we consider that our real strength as a
financial institution is best expressed in the sixteen
years we have served the people of Ocala and
vicinity.
These sixteen years spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S. And
this success is a result of the Quality Service and
Absolute Security offered each customer.
Tine Monroe & CnamMiss Bank
OCALA, FLORIDA

OCALA Mil APPOINTED
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Arthur Clark and Neil Ferguson :
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PHONE 51
Will Help Collect Florida
Incomes
SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance 55.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance. ... .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance. . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance SO

George Mathews of the Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale Sentinel is a mighty smart
man, but he certainly does make a
damphool recommendation once in a
while.

The infallibility of the Associated
Press has been preached as gospel,
consequently some people read with

wide-eyed surprise that a fireworks
factory, which blew up in Rome
Christmas morning was located at
the foot of Mount Vesuvius.

In spite of the warm endorsement
of Andrew Carnegie, Senator Root
declines to enter his name as a pres presidential
idential presidential candidate. The only man
the republican party has any chance
to elect in 1916 is Theodore Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, and it will have to go to him
with the nomination if it is wise
enough to ask him to run.

After having killed a little child in
Jacksonville the street cars of that
city are to be provided with fenders.
Several years ago certain wild-eyed

made an effort to have the street cars
equipped with fenders, but the com company
pany company fought the expense and with
the aid of certain benevolent city of of-.ficials
.ficials of-.ficials won the fight. What was pre predicted
dicted predicted then has happened, the child
. A .11 I 'll 1 1 A 1.

-nas ;ueen crueiiy Kineu, ana me com company
pany company now yields to an aroused public
demand. Orlando Sentinel.
The newspapers didn't make any
C 1 A. A I 9 J

very vigorous ngut, or me icuaers
would have been put on at first.

John G. Westmoreland. In those
days of slow travel, distances were
much greater than they are now,
and Atlanta then, as now, the gate gateway
way gateway of the South, seemed a fitting
place for establishing a medical col college.
lege. college. The legislature of Georgia
appropriated $15,000 with which to
erect a building. Scarcely was this
completed and its equipment install installed
ed installed when the civil war broke out.
During the war, the college building
was used as a hospital; and Mie hills
about it were crowded with hospital
tents, where the blue and gray were
nursed and cared for side by side.

With the close of the war began the
period of reconstruction which gave
the college the hardest struggle in
its history. War had depleted the
professional ranks; physicians were
needed in every section of the South,
and needed quickly. There were
students, but no money, so in 1865,
the faculty reorganized, and met
thi3 emergency by reopening the
college, and teaching two terms a
year, a winter and a summer term of
four months each, allowing students
to come up for examination and
graduation at the end of these two
sessions. The expenses of the col college
lege college were paid from the pockets of
the faculty; and, as compensation
for tuition, the college took the stu students'
dents' students' notes. Few of these notes
were ever met. As the stress of cir-

i cumstances was relieved, conditions

radually improved."

Washington, D. C, Dec. 27. The
treasury department has decided on
another change in the method of ap appointing
pointing appointing the income tax forces in
Florida and other states. Instead
of dividing each state into districts
and appointing a deputy collector of
internal .revenue in each, its plan
will be to add to the force in the of office
fice office of the collector for each district.
However, the places only pay from
$900 to $1,600 a year and expert ac accountants
countants accountants are desired to fill them.
As these collectors must travel over

the district, examing books of cor corporations
porations corporations to decide whether the
proper amounts of taxes are being
deducted at the source.
The appointment of the income
tax force for Florida is announced
here as follows:

Inspector, Geo. W. Ward, De De-Funiak
Funiak De-Funiak Springs.
Field deputy, B. L. McDaaiel, Mil Milton.
ton. Milton. Office deputies at Jacksonville, A.
3. Clark and D. X. Ferguson, of
Ocala. These appointments were
made cn joint recommendation of
Senators Fletcher and Bryan. Ward
will receive $5 a day, and expense
allowance for $3 a day. McDaniel
will be paid $1,600 a year and ex expenses
penses expenses not to exceed $1,200 a year.
The highest salaried of the office
deputies will get $1,600 a year.

Lucius Perry Hills, an Atlanta
poet, has set cut to walk from that
city to South Florida in search of in inspiration
spiration inspiration and promises to reel off a
nrerse of poetry for every mile he
walks. Harry Floyd, our Florida
, poet, is hiking along the track some somewhere
where somewhere in North Florida on a similar

'mission, except that it's different.
.'Harry is canvassing for votes for the
United States Senate. We trast that
these two dear poets may meet each
other and spin a mile of verses in
collaboration that will get a new pace
In poetry, but heaven deliver us from
fceing compelled to read them!
Xakeland Telegram.
.Amen!

A FT KB HALF A CEXTURY,
RECEIVED DESERVED HONOR

to

hate us, and we hate them, we shall
do them no good.
We talk of the anarchy which
would follow our evacuation of the
islands. Well, is anarchy any worse
than this. Is it any worse for the
Filipinos? The present state of

things, with its "Civilize-'em-with-a-Krags
sentiment, is certainly worse
for us than any anarchy there would
be. Is it any better for 'the Fili Filipinos?
pinos? Filipinos? I say no.
I say that the longer they are sup suppressed
pressed suppressed by white people and civiliz

ed people who hate them, the worse

it will be for the influence of civili civilization.
zation. civilization. Whenever anyone tells you that
we are civilizing the Filipinos, think
of that line in the Carabaos chorus,

"Civilize 'em with a Krag!"
That's the answer! Exchange.

1 ILIPIXE POLICY A FAILURE

SEE THE
CARLOAD OF MULES
Just in at
Tompkins & Cobb's Stables.

.AIRS ADLAI E. STEVEXSOX

The death of Joseph Cullen Root
brings sorrow to the lodges of one of
"America's leading fraternal orders.
Sovereign Commander Root founded
the great society of the Woodmen of
the World something over twenty
Tears ago. He has seen it grow
from one little camp to an order that
Is excelled in America by only three
secret organizations, while among
insurance societies it takes the lead.
Sovereign Commander Root and his
closest advisers had much experience

with insurance orders before they
began their work for the Woodmen
and in organizing the new society
avoided the mistakes that brought
." the others to grief. Today, there are
Woodmen camps in all the cities of
the United States, and most of the
."towns, besides hundreds in the
.-smaller communities, for the princi principles
ples principles of the order have made it par

ticularly fitted to live and thrive in
little communities where independ independent
ent independent lodges of other orders seldom
find foothold. The Woodmen of the
Viorld have a strong hold in Marion
county, its camp being the largest
lodge numerically in Ocala, with
over a dozen camps in the smaller
towns. The order has never had any
sovereign commander except Root.
It hag recognized his worth by elect electing
ing electing him term after term from the
time it commenced its existence.
Sovereign Adviser W. A. Fraser of
Dallas, Tex., will automatically suc succeed
ceed succeed Mr. Root until the next election.

A dispatch from Athens, Ga.,

the Atlanta Journal says:
"Those students of the University
of Georgia who counted service in
the Confederate army dearer than
college honors when the call came
for volunteers in the civil war, were
sent as Christmas gifts today the
diplomas they missed by enlisting.
Although many of the university stu

dents left college to enter the army,
the addresses of only twelve are
known to the trustees, and to these
diplomas have been mailed. They
are:
"James Norwood Eelcher, class of
IS 64, Calhoun Falls, S. C'.
"James Dudley Thomas, class of

1S63, Rome, Ga.
"Henry Hillyer, class of 18 65, At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga.
' "George Baber Atkisson, class of
1S61, Maxeys, Ga.
"John Hampden Belcher, class of
1861 Benton, La.
"William Marcus Middlabrqoks,
class of 1862, Atlanta, Ga.
John Waring Weed, class of 1864,
New York City.

"Edwin Gardner Weed, class
18 65, Jacksonville, Fla.
"John Irvine Stoddard, class

1864, Tacoma, Wash.
"Matthew Pierce Briscoe, class of
1863, Athens, Ga.
"Gideon Dowse Harris, class of
1864, Columbus, Miss.
"Edwin Leigh Wight, class of
1865, Smyrna, Ga."

One of the gentlemen above nam named,
ed, named, Mr. William Marcus Middle Middle-brooks
brooks Middle-brooks of Atlanta, is a close personal
friend of Dr. Walter Hood of Ocala.
It is something worthy of exalted
note that the alma mater of these de devoted
voted devoted young men, after half a cen century,
tury, century, should strive to hunt them out
and give them the honors they gave
up in the school only to merit more
fully by their self sacrifice and ser service
vice service to the state on the battlefield.

of

of

"No profession has made as many

sacrifices or struggled along with as
little help, meanwhile giving poorly
paid service to the public, as the pro profession
fession profession of healing. The Medical Col College
lege College Bulletin' gives the following re regarding
garding regarding the Atlanta Medical College,
which Dr. E. Van Hood claims as his
alma mater, and which has sent out
hundreds of men to combat with dis disease
ease disease not only in the South but all
over the world: "The Atlanta Medi Medical
cal Medical College was founded in 1S54 un under
der under the energetic leadership of Dr.

The state organ of the prohibi prohibitionists
tionists prohibitionists says that the comptroller
has handed down a decision, that un under
der under the new revenue act separate
colored bars require separate licens licenses
es licenses and cannot be operated on the
same license with a white bar. The
tax collector of Marion county has
not been informed of any such de decision.
cision. decision. It seems to the Star that
such a law would be both unjust and
unconstitutional; and would be al almost
most almost sure to come to grief in the
courts. Railroads, theaters and
other public institutions that main maintain
tain maintain separate accommodations for
white and colored patrons are not
required to pay double taxes, and
the Star doesn't see why saloons
should have such an invidious dis-

I'seless to Try to Civilize the Islands
Thru the Medium of
the Army
The Military Order of the Cara Carabaos
baos Carabaos is composed of officers who
served in the Philippine war. It had

a banquet the other night in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Some songs were sung, and
now it will have to get along with without
out without the name of President Wilson as
an honorary member. The president
doesn't feel that he can club with
people who sing a song which runs,
"Damn, damn, damn the insurrec insurrec-tos,"
tos," insurrec-tos," and which is sung in the ver vernacular
nacular vernacular with "Filipinos" in the place
of "insurrectos." So he has with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn his acceptance of member membership.
ship. membership. The incident has a deeper mean meaning
ing meaning than .a difference of opinion
about songs, or taste in revelry.
It means that the army hates the
Filipinos, and despises Wilson and
Bryan for pursuing any course to toward
ward toward the Filipinos which smacks of

anything but force and subjection.

It means that the government can
count on the army when the army

army agrees with its policy; but that
when that policy becomes offensive
to the hates and prejudices of the
army there will be no whole-hearted
co-operation on the part of our own
army servants.
It means that the feeling which
once made Taft the butt of arm'
lampoons still exists. When Taft
was governor general of the Philip Philippines,
pines, Philippines, the phrase "little brown

brother was applied to the Fili Filipinos;
pinos; Filipinos; and there was a song which
ran "He may be a brother to Will William
iam William H. Taft, but he ain't no brown
brother to me!"
It means that the army is no
proper agency for the dissemination
of brotherhood or the spread of democracy.

It means that the whole Philip Philippine
pine Philippine experiment has teen a ghastly
failure.
Hatred never is one-sided. The
hate which the army feels for the
Filipino is, of course, returned in
full measure by the Filipinos. Neith Neither
er Neither the Filipinos nor the army is to
blame, though one would expect ed educated
ucated educated men, West Point men, offi officers,
cers, officers, servants of the government.

men trained to discipline, to show

oeuer taste tnan to exniDit sucn a

crass rebellion of spirit against the
policy of the administration. We
might expect them to suppress their

prejudices in the interests of discip discipline.
line. discipline. We might expect them to
foresee that their songs and lam lampoons
poons lampoons will inevitably reach the
ranks and the Filipinos, and that
such exhibitions as these cannot fail
to make the task of the nation hard harder
er harder in the Philippines. In other words,
we might expect a higher standard
or both morals and conduct.
But. after all. officers are made of
the same clay as privates, and it
seems net of a much finer grade of
it.
And the fruits of force are hate.
As long as we make subjects of
the Filipinos they will hate us. and
we shall hate them. So long as they

Bloomington, 111., Dec. 27. Mrs
Adlai E. Stevenson. 70. wife of For

mer Vice President Stevenson, died
last night. She had been ill several I
months. Mrs. Stevenson is survived j
by her husband and three children.)
She was elected president-general of
the Daughters of the American Rev-i
olution four times. i

We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
.iices on them.
CALL AND SEE THEM
TOEilPKDWS & OBiST,
PHONE 117 OCALA, FLA
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SOMSE JIEASOXS WHY
CHAUTAUQUA SHOULD
RECEIVE YOUR SUPPORT

Chautauqua will confer unique
distinction upon the town. It will
advertise the town by giving promi prominence
nence prominence to its best element its intel intellectual,
lectual, intellectual, moral and religious strength
and progressiveness. Xo dead town
will have a Chautauqua.
Chautauqua will be held in the
town, not in he country away from
the town. It will therefor, not dis disturb
turb disturb business, but will rather in increase
crease increase it by bringing into the town
people from the country and near nearby
by nearby towns. t

Chautauqua will unify the best

people an best interests of the town.
It is the most democratic institution
in America today. But its democ-

larges and enriches life. It xalts
ideals. It leaves behind a lasting in inspiration.
spiration. inspiration. Business men feel the
changed atmosphere and say, "It
pays," without regard to the in increase
crease increase of business it may bring.
Chautauqua is established at Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, Tampa, Tallahassee, St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and at other flourishing towns.
Ocala can't afford to fall behind
them.
How You Can Support Chautauqua,
Now, Secretary Rooney Says:
Sign Up
Chautauqua doesn't want your
money at this Santa Claus season.
It simply wants your vote.
Your vote is the pledge, for the
season tickets that will be used in
your own household in March.
Chautauqua wants your vote or

racy is builded upon the best ele-PledSe with that of 399 others, now

ments of the community's life. All
workers for the common good, how however
ever however divided into different churches,
groups and organizations, are united j
here under conditions insuring a
permanent inspiration to all.
Chautauqua is n efficient instru instrument
ment instrument for arousing and directing
public opinion along useful and defi definite
nite definite lines. The Chautauqua platform
is the only unbiased, non-sectarian,
non-partisan forum in the land. Un Un-abridge
abridge Un-abridge liberty of utterance affords

frank and stimulating discussion of
all current questions of importance,
and invariably results in marked
community uplift. The great prob problems
lems problems of the age are brought home to
the community, and help is given to toward
ward toward a practical solution for the
community's good.
Chautauqua does not dissipate en energy,
ergy, energy, nor lead to waste of money, as
almost every other form of festivi festivities
ties festivities does. A seven-day Chautauqua
will cost the community less than a
good Fourth of July celebration. Xo
demoralization of business, social or
religious life follows; there is no
"morning after." Every valuable
element in the community life is
conserved and strengthened. It en-

because it depends on two months of

talk on the part of you 400 wholesale-rate
people to stir up the single
admission fee to the proper pitch.
Season ticket subscribers get their
ten days' of lectue, music and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment at just forty cents a day.
Single admission for the evening ses sessions
sions sessions is fifty and seventy-five cents.
Single admissions through the entire
week total up to $13.
There is a book at the board of
trade rooms that looks lacking with without
out without your signature. Read the list
of attractions if you haven't. Then
come over and sign up today.
J. D. Rooney,
Secretary Board of Trade.

OCALA SEED STORE

String beans are positively scarce
this season, and we advise that you
put your orders in early. Seed houses
Lave all cut their orders down to 50
per cent and lowei 12-19 tf

REWARD

Automobile Circles
Know us to have the greatest stock
of supplies and to be the most de dependable
pendable dependable house in all kinds of motor
car work. Xo matter what you may
be short of for your machine, rest
assured we have it, and In the best
quality. We can supply all your
needs from goggles to oil can and
at very reasonable prices. t
Luckie's Garage
17 N. Main Street.

A. M. BOBBITT
XEW AXD SECOXD HAND
Furniture
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens-

ware, Crockery, Etc
Phone 481
310 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla.

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Dental Surgeon
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rhone 250

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Dental Surgeon
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Office Over Commercial Bank
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Mclver & MacKay

Funeral Directors

A suitable reward will be paid fori

the arrest and conviction of the

SE.rohor: rrrioLratlUNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

Fine Caskels and Burial Robes.

the Florida House Garage. Xotify
V. E. Gray, Ocala, Fla. 12-22-6t

Call phone 291 if you have second secondhand
hand secondhand furniture to sell. 11-20-tf

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Stomach, liver and kidney troub troubles,
les, troubles, weak nerves, lame back and fe female
male female ills disappear when Electric
Bitters are used. Thousands of wo women
men women would not be without a bottle
in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew,
Okla., writes: Electric Bitters rais raised
ed raised me from a bed of sickness and
suffering and has done me a world
of good. I wish every suffering wo woman
man woman could use this excellent remedy
and find out as I did just how good
it is." As it has helped thousands of
others, it will surely do the same for
you. Every bottle guaranteed, 50c.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913
FIVE
CHIVALRY OF THE ANIMALS WHAT TO DO VVITH THIS BOY

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COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brought to this part of Florida. We have oyerstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain In
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro protection
tection protection better than Insurance and doctors.
Kni gflnt &l Lang

Human Trait That Is Shown In' Their Case of Juvenile Criminality In France

Attitude Toward the Young and
the Weak.

That May Well Puzzle the
Social Reformer.

R. C. MUNCASTER
DIKISUC3AraCE

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Both of these are well knov n and popular appliances and will
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EL GRILLO will become an inseparable companion at the
breakfast table. Also splendid for light luncheons, etc. Boils,
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EL PERCO makes more coffee and better coffee from less cof coffee,
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One of the most interesting of all
the human traits in the animals is
that of chivalry, as shown by the ani animals
mals animals in their attitude toward the
young and weak. It is an unwritten
law in the animal world that the
young have rights which must he re respected.
spected. respected. This accounts for the un unusual
usual unusual sight, sometimes seen, when a
fierce dog who has thrashed every
other dog in the neighborhood, and
has become a terror to every upstart
in puppydom, will turn tail and flee
in an apparent terror when a young
dog or kitten is presented to him.
The maternal and paternal instincts
are among the strongest of all. Par Parents
ents Parents will grieve over the loss of the
young, but they apparently have no
conception of death. There is deep
sympathy, or something very close to
it among animals. A cry of distress
from a fellow-beast or bird in trouble
will bring others from all directions.
There is a powerful instinct on the
part of all animals to protect the
young when in trouble. Hogs and cat cattle
tle cattle are among the most dangerous of
domestic animals when aroused; the
surest way to arouse them is to in injure
jure injure their young. Let a bird utter a
call for help, and instantly the air
around will be filled with feathered
champions of the victim.

CONCRETE TO HOLD A RIVER

Here is a little life story that more
vividly illuminates the task of the so social
cial social reformer than any number of trea treatises.
tises. treatises. A couple of nights ago a'boy of
less than fifteen was discovered along alongside
side alongside the Seine by a couple of police policemen.
men. policemen. At first he refused to utter a
word, but eventually he narrated his
Odyssey. Eighteen months ago, when
he was barely thirteen, he surreptiti surreptitiously
ously surreptitiously left his parents' house in Paris,
taking with him a sum of 500 francs.
With this money in his possession he
went to Brussels, where he was short shortly
ly shortly after arrested. The police conduct conducted
ed conducted him home, but he escaped again.
Taken back a second time, he was ap apprenticed
prenticed apprenticed to a farmer, but promptly de departed
parted departed on fresh adventures. Since then
he has existed by means of begging
and thieving. Two months ago he
stole a couple of bicycles, and, mount mounting
ing mounting one and propelling the other, made
oL' for Rouen, where he sold one of the
mahchines, riding to Paris on the oth other.
er. other. This he eold in Paris, and lived on
the proceeds for a time, until, shelter shelterless
less shelterless and without resources, he was
found by the police. What can the
sociologist, the penologist, or the phi philanthropist
lanthropist philanthropist do with so youthful and
precocious a criminal? The problem is
a serious one in France, where juve juvenile
nile juvenile crime is alarmingly on the in increase.
crease. increase. Paris Correspondence London
Globe.

The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Tioxler s stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and Vill be run
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333.

Opposite A. C. L. Station.

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Material Used to Patch Holes in Bed

Through Which the Water Period- j
ically Vanishes.
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It has been found necessary to put
another patch on the bed of the Blanco
river, says the Martindale (Tex.) Dis ;
patch. This stream has a remarkable
way of losing itself, and in order to
restore it to its surface channel, a
concrete patch has been placed upon
the holes through which it disappears.
For many years it has been empty emptying
ing emptying portions of its flow into small
holes in its bed, but it was not until
about a year ago that the entire bot bottom,
tom, bottom, so to speak, dropped out at a
point near San Marcos.
In one night the river below that
point went dry. It had had a width
of nearly 200 feet and was flowing a
strong current until the sudden dis- :
appearance of the water. The drying
up of the stream meant heavy losses j
to persons dependent upon it for water
supply..
Civil engineers were consulted in re regard
gard regard to restoring the flow, and it was
decided to patch the hole into which
the water was emptying. This was
done at a heavy expense. j
A few days ago the river wore an- i
other big hole through the bed twenty i
miles northeast of here and the same
method of patching is being followed. :

LIKE "ANGEL AT THE GATE"

111 flll

Swinburne in Gorgeous Array Ap Appeared
peared Appeared to Gimpie Villagers as
Flaming Apparition.

The Man
E. M. Osborn

9

The Time The Place
NOW Holder Building

TO DO WHAT?
INSURE

For the Small Boy.
Small boys, step up and shake
hands with this venerable gentleman.
His name is Science, and he just has
presented to the aching world the
soothing assurance of a colicless cu cucumber.
cumber. cucumber. Don't see how that affects
you? That shows that your mind has
not been trained to carry a thought to
its logical conclusion. Can't you un understand
derstand understand that the advent of the colic colic-less
less colic-less cucumber presages the coming of
the crampless green apple?
With no fear of retributive stomach
ache, care-free bands of youngsters,
when that happy day arrives, can eat
their fill of the spoil after they have
overturned Giovanni's fruit stand and
sped, laughing, a safe distance along
the avenue. The immature peach
when consumed will carry with it no
moral pointing consequences.
Happy days are in store for childhood.

An amusing story of Swinburne is
told by Edmund Gosse. At the age of
twenty-three Swinburne was sent to
study history under Bishop Stubbs,
who was then in charge of a country
parish in Essex. He arrived there on
a Saturday and was excused attend attendance
ance attendance at Sunday morning church on the
ground that he must be tired with his
journey.
He had breakfast in bed, but finding
it a glorious morning he arrayed him himself
self himself in scarlet slippers and a light
crimson dressing gown, sauntered into
the garden and leaned pensively over
the gate, with his red hair flaming bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly in the sunlight.
The church bells were ringing and
the parishioners had all to pass the
parsonage gate to get to church. But
none of them dared to pass the flam flaming
ing flaming apparition, and all came to a halt.
The church bells stopped, but at the
instance of the vicar, who could no?,
believe that all the parishioners had
deserted him, were rung again.

At last the boldest man in the vil

lage bolted past the gate and the rest

stampeded after him, Swinburne gaz gazing
ing gazing at them in quiet wonder at their

strange method of going to church. church.-Pall
Pall church.-Pall Mall Gazette.

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18 14-18 and 21, with limit of January 3, 1914.
For further particulars, schedules, reservations, etc.,
apply to Ticket Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or address
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Exterminated Like the Buffalo.
Some idea of the vast numbers of

animals that Africa used to support

can be gained from a passage in W.
Scully's reminiscences. It was Mr.
Scully's good fortune in 1892 to wit witness
ness witness the last great trek of spring springbucks
bucks springbucks from east to west of the Bush Bush-manland
manland Bush-manland desert a trek on a scale
such as no man will ever see again.

Fencing, the increase of population j

and the distribution of arms have al almost
most almost exterminated the once innumer innumerable
able innumerable host. He says: "I have stood
on an eminence some twenty feet
high, far out on the plains, and seen
the absolutely level surface, as wide
as the eye could reach, covered with
resting springbucks, while from over
the eastern horizon the rising col columns
umns columns of dust told of fresh hosts advancing.

Women In War.

What a splendid courage and un

flagging zeal in their country's cause
the Boer women showed in the South
Afilcan war has never been so fully
realized as it will be now by all who

read the remarkable record just pub

lished under the title of "Petticoat
Commands." This is practically the
diary done in narrative form of a girl

who, with her widowed mother, out

witted the English officers and men
and helped their countrymen. They
were clever, cultivated and kindly wo

men, simply aglow with patriotism;

and to read what they did and how
they did it makes one realize afresh
fchat wonderful creatures women are.

Let scientists say what they will,
women are in no way inferior to men,
and in many ways vastly superior. In

resource certainly, in. tact often, in

strength of purpose at least their

equals.

An Unfcrtunate Mix-Up.
Once upon a time a gentleman en entered
tered entered a florist's shop, ordering two
bunches of flowers. One was to go to
a lady friend and the other was to go
tc the home of a friend who had just
diod. On the first he wrote: "To
help you bear the heat," the weather
being very warm; on the second he
inscribed "Sympathy." When the
flowers were delivered a mistake was
made. The lady received the bunch
marked "Sympathy," and immediate immediately
ly immediately answered, asking why she needed
his sympathy. He never heard from
the other box.

Didn't See the Other One.
In a suburban electorate the candi candidate
date candidate was being raucously heckled and,
though an amiable man as a rule, he
was provoked to the suggestion that
the coBuct of one man in the meet meeting
ing meeting at least was asinine. "If I am an
ass," roared the interjector, "there's
two of us here. Ha! Ha!" Tve no noticed
ticed noticed you," said the candidate quietly.
"I've heard you bray but I don't see
your friend."

Old London Landmark to Go.
Built by the French Huguenots seek.

ing refuge from France at the time of

the Edict of Nantes of 1685, and hav

ing passed from them to the Church of
England, and now in the hands of the
Congregationalists, the quaint old
chapel of Orange street, London, Is
about to close its doors and vanish.
Many notable preachers have occupied
its pulpit, among others Toplady, who
wrote "Rock of Ages" during his min ministry.
istry. ministry. Rev. Samuel Luke was also
minister for some years, and it was
his wife who wrote "I think when I
read that sweet story of old." An ori original
ginal original copy of the hymn in the -author's
handwriting is one of the treasured
possessidns of the church.

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of greater importance than that of the
cereal crops. Wheat, oats and barley
will occupy a considerable portion of
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Won't Chase Female Wolves.
Sometimes it is almost impossible
to clear a neighborhood of wolves,
owing to the chivalrous instincts of
the hounds about attacking "the fe female
male female of the species." Hounds have
been known to abandon a chase after
a sheep-killing wolf because it hap happened
pened happened to be a female animal. For this
reason at least one female hound is
usually taken, to insure the catching
of the quarry.

REAL vs. FALSE Economy at This Time.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of
ice until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is
going nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
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That is the way to save on your ice bill.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1013
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If you have any items for this

Dr. and Mrs. Hood Entertain at
Christmas Dinner.
Carrying out a beautiful custom
inaugurated many years past. Dr.
and Mrs. J. Walter Hood gave today
their annual Christmas dinner which
'was attended only by the close rela relatives
tives relatives of both.
Covers were laid for eleven and
the table, exquisite in its appoint appointments,
ments, appointments, was centered with a gorgeous
bouquet of rich red roses loosely ar arranged
ranged arranged in a dark brown willow bas basket,
ket, basket, the long handle of which was
tied with a fluffy bow of red ribbon.
The color motif, red and green, em emphasized
phasized emphasized the Christmas season and
was effectively used not only in the
table appointments but in the dec decorations
orations decorations of the dining room. Hand
painted cards were tied with red
ribbon and marked the places.
The menu included six deliciously
prepared courses and was served at
1 o'clock. Those enjoying the cor cordial
dial cordial hospitality of the host and host hostess
ess hostess were Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ze wad wad-ski,
ski, wad-ski, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Zewadski, Jr.,
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mr. Guy
Zewadski, Miss Marguerite Porter
and Mr. B oyer, who makes his home
with Dr. and Mrs. Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal and
family and their house guests, Mr.
and Mrs. Williams of New York,
Mrs. N. Hickman and Misses Marie
and Dorothy Hickman went, to
Woodmar this afternoon to spend
the week end
ly lakehome
Mr. Louis H.
Columbia, S.
spending Christm
Mr. and Mrs. L.
MfsT'J.' II. McClymonds and niece,
Miss Annie Sharpe, will spend the
first of next week with Mrs. Waters
at Moss Bluff, going over Monday.
Mr. John Martin, Miss Sarah Pearl
Martin and Mr. W. M. Martin are
planning to motor to DeLan.l Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for a brief visit with Mr. and
Mrs. John F. Williamson. They will
extend their trip as far as Daytona
and tire beach.
Last Saturday Mr. S. T. Sistrunk
and family started to DeLand in
their car. Seven and a half miles
this side of Altoona the transmission
box of the car broke, which necessi necessitated
tated necessitated leaving the car in the woods
and returning home by train. On
account of the unsettled weather and
the indefinite arrival of a new trans transmission
mission transmission box from the factory, Mr.
Sistrunk left Christmas afternoon
with mules and colored help to haul
the car home, a distance of thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five miles. The tiresome trip was
concluded last night at 8:30 o'clock.
Mr. J. C. West
is son, Mr. WM
M. West of
arrived in
Ocala on Chris
ve and will re re-guests
guests re-guests of their
C. L. West, at
main for ten days
son and brother. M
his home in the se
nd ward
Miss Lola Raysor. who is teach
ing this winter in a girls' college in
Alexandria, La., is spending her
Christmas vacation visiting friends
in New Orleans.
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Mr. Claude Gates of Marathon,
Fla., and brother, Dr. Paul Gates of
Macon, Ga., arrived in Ocala Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night to spend Christmas
with their mother, Mrs. Ida Gates.
Miss Fay Knapp of Daytona, is
paying a visit to her sister, Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward H. Peter on South Fourth
street.
Mr. T. C. Bailey of Newberry, is
the holiday guest of his parents, Mr.
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TO-NIGHT
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR"
6:30 to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION:
5 and 10 Cents

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and Mrs. John E. Bailey, at their
home on South Orange street. Mrs.
Bailey is spending a few weeks with
her parents in South Carolina.
Christmas Dance Last Evening
The young men of the dancing set
were hosts last evening to a lovelyH
dance given in the ZeButt building
and the affair proved to be the most
enjoyable given thus far during the
Christmas tide. Dancing commenc commenced
ed commenced at 9 o'clock and Mr. Carlton Er Er-vin
vin Er-vin on the piano and Mr. Boutwell
on the clarinet, furnished the music,
playing many, of the new selections
written especially for the new dances
which were enjoyed by a majority of
those present.
Dancing continued until 12:30
o'clock and those, present included
M'isse3 Rosebud Robinson, Hope
Robinson, Marian Dewey, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Marguerite Porter, Josie Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Eugenia Fuller, Tommie
Standley, Ethel Beasely of Atlanta,
Ethel Haycraft, Clara Johnson,
Aylmer and Mabel Pearce of Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ga., Ethel Harrell of Roanoke,
Va., Mrs. Violet Powers, Mrs. R. C.
Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Dr. and
Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Messrs. J. D. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, Pete Mcintosh, Whitfield
Palmer, W. V. Newsome, Jr., W. B.
Gallagher, A. J. Beck, Nelson Geise,
Jim Rentz, Heron Todd, R. L. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Jr., Holmer Walters, Luther
Mershon, Sim Trantham of Talla Tallahassee',
hassee', Tallahassee', Leslie Anderson, Tom Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, Sam Mathews, Clarence Mef-
ti, .orton uavis, Henry Spencer,
obert Mathews. Julian Bullock.
ley B.urford. Frank
Harris, Jr.,
ild Schreiber, L,. .A.
Shephard,
ITodd, Pat Anderson.
- rsrauuocK- etiJeroee""-
At the home of the bride,
-iiorthern part of the. city, Christmas
Eve evening, Miss -Frances E. Wetli-!
erbee was married' tq Mr. L. K. Brad-
lock, Hev. J. M JGross officiating, i
eseut were only immediate rela-
tivest'ac4-,a Jew friends
Mr. Braddock is one of the em employees
ployees employees of the Seaboard, a reliable'
and popular young man, originally;
from Callahan, Fla., but a resident
of Ocala for the last three years. His;
bride was brought up in this city,!
and has made her home with her;
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and j
Mrs. 'Walter Wells. She is an un-j
usually pretty and charming young!
lady, with a lovely character that!
has made for her firm friends with!
all who know her. j
Mr. and Mrs. Braddock will make
their home for the present with Mrs.
H. G. McDavid. They kept their
marriage so quiet that it was only
yesterday that most of their friends
had a chance to congratulate them.
Theater Party for Miss Chapman
. Miss Laura Chapman of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, the lovely young sister of Mrs.
dwin Spencer, will be the principal
uest this evening at a theater
party given by Mr. and Mrs. -Spencer
at the Temple. "Bought and Paid
For" will be the splendid attraction
and those who will enjoy the play as
members of the party will be, be besides
sides besides the guest of honor, Misses
Rosebud Robinson, Tommie Stand Stand-ley,
ley, Stand-ley, Josie Bullock, Sue Moore, and
Messrs. W. V. Xewsom, Jr., Luther
Mershon. Frederick Hocker and J.
D. McDonald. Supper will be serv served
ed served after the play.
Miss Nellie Stevens is spending
the holidays with her brother, Mr.
II. C. Stevens and family at Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. Dr. and Mrs. James Klock
were in town this afternoon between
trains, having come up from their
cottage at the lake, and left on the
afternoon train for St. Petersburg, j
where they will spend the winter.
Pr. Klock has been in Florida for
six weeks, but Mrs. Klock only ar arrived
rived arrived a few days ago.
Mr. J. B. Horrell will come in
from Morriston this evening to join
his "jeife at the home of her sister.
Mrs. R. S. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Hor Horrell
rell Horrell will return home tomorrow aft
ernoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Jewett and
their two pretty fc-hiliren, who have
been guests of ther sister and
brother, Miss Meta and Mr. Stephen
IJewett, will remain until the ,Xew
v. ..
rear
Miss Laura Chapman arrived from
Jacksonville this afternoon to spend
several days with her sister, Mrs.
Edwin Spencer.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman re returned
turned returned last night from Jacksonville.

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where they enjoyed Christmas with
Mrs. Waterman's parents; Mr. and
Mrs. B. J. Potter.
Informal Tea
Mrs. R. C. Muncaster, who always
entertains so delightfully, entertain entertained
ed entertained a half dozen friends at an aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon tea yesterday. The guests
Included Mrs. E. L. Carney and her
sister, Mrs. W. H. Scott of Savannah,
Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. J. B. Horrell
of Morriston, Mrs. M. E. Robinson
and Mrs. Emmett Robinson. The
hours with the hostess were; very in informally
formally informally spent and were thoroughly
enjoyed.

AX APPRECIATED
REMEMBRANCE
There was delivered to the office
this morning a box of fine and very
large oranges, sent with the compli compliments
ments compliments of Mrs. Jack Camp, for the
members of the Star force. The
fruit is from the splendid groves of
the Camps in South Florida, and is
highly appreciated by the recipients.
A NXOUNCEMEXT
On Monday evening, Dec. 27th,
groups of boys and "girls from the
Junior Baptist Union and from the
Methodist Sunday school, assisted by
the Boy Scouts, will present a lively
round of singing games, folk drills
and athletic contests on' the stage of
the Temple1 theater.
If ydu like the spirit of sheer fun
you wil'l be well entertained Monday
night. The proceeds of the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment will be held as a fund for
the children themselves who are
earning the money to buy tickets fcr
the Chautauqua next March.
NOTICE TO ItOV SCOUTS
Boy Scouts will meet Monday
J morning at 9 o'clock at the Temple
! theater for final rehearsal of con
tests for the evening fs entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. Come in at the stage door.
ANOTHER FLIGHT
ACROSS THE ALPS
Spite of Heavy Fog
Berne. Switzerland, Dec. 27.
Oscar Bider, a Swiss aviator, made a
flight across the Alps yesterday tho
for several hours he was unable to
see his way because of a. heavy fog.
The airman arrived here at 2:15
o'clock this afternoon, after starting
from Buc, at 9 a. m. no
I Ili:CIf PHYSICIANS WILL
OPERATE OS FREAKS
Similar Case to that of the Siamese
Twins Confronts the
Surgeons
j Paris, Dec. 2. Siamese twin
i girls a month old. who 'are joined
face to face by a strip of flesh more
than an inch thick between their
stomachs, have been brought to
Paris to be separated by a surgical
operation.
A radiograph examination sug suggests
gests suggests that the twins have no vital or organs
gans organs in common. They are so vig
orous that they have been clothed in
woolen vests inside while their arms
are imprisoned to prevent possible
injury to one or the other by the
movements.
If You
Want to Buy,
Sell or
Exchange
New or Second Second-Hand
Hand Second-Hand Furniture
Phone, write or call on
us before doing so.
We are buying, selling
and exchanging both
New and Second-hand
Furniture all the time,
and can accommodate
you.
Easy terms made on
enstallment contracts if
you are not prepared to
pay cash.
Marion Furniture
Company,
C. A. FORT. Proprietor.
West Expo ition Stree',
Phone 291.

The Last Word

You know what they
We are just reminding
that we have them.

Ocala,

CALUMET. PANIC
STARTED IX THE HALL
Chicago, 111., Dec. 27. Miss Grace
McArron, of Calumet, arrived in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago from her home yesterday, and
said the story of the man coming to
the head of the stairs and shouting
"Fire" in Italian Hall, where more
than seventy persons were trampled
to death, was not true.
"The alarm was given right in the
hall," said Miss McArron. A little
blaze started on the Christmas tree
an dsome one cried 'Fire.' Then
there was a mad rush for the doors."
CALUMET MIXERS
WOX'T ACCEPT CHARITY
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 27. Inabil Inability
ity Inability to give away one cent of the $15, $15,-000
000 $15,-000 collected for relief of the famil families
ies families stricken by the Christmas Eve
catastrophe in Italian Hall in which
seventy-two persons were killed,
confronts the committee that gather gathered
ed gathered the funds.
Members of every bereaved house household
hold household that was approached, toid those
in charge of the distribution that
they had been promised adequate aid
05 the Western Federation of Min
ers and nowhere was any assistance
wanted.
DEPORTATION" OF 3IOYER
Calumet, Mich.. Dec. 27. Presi President
dent President Charles H. Mover, of the Am American
erican American Federation of Miners, was put
aboard a train and sent out of the
copper country last night.
COXCORDjA LODGE F. "J. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. "Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
onge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovt.eigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
5 or 6 doses 666 will break
any case of Chills & Fever, Colds
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
better than Calomel andjdoes not
gripe or sicken. Price 25c.

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There is "frothing better than
these f or rwoods wear. They
are growing in popularity in
this secUpn each year. All
Hunters should try them.

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OCALA XORTHERX
No. 74, leaves Ocala daily except
Sundaj, at 1:25 p. m. Arrive Bur Bur-bank,
bank, Bur-bank, 2:30 p. m., Fort McCoy, 2:50
p. m., Orange Springs, 4:05 p. m.,

Palatka, 5:15 ,. m. Sunday trainhome, please send, them, according
leaves Ocala 1:25 p. m.; arrives Pa-1 to promise, to the Marion County
h-.tka, 4:25 p. m,. . ,' iBoard of Trade headquarters, in
Xo. 71, Leaves Palatka daily ex- Ocala, so I may arrange them 1b a

cept Sunday: 7:05 a. m.f arrives Or Orange.
ange. Orange. Springs, 8:15 a. m.; leaves Ft.
McCoy 9:20 a. m., arrives Burbank,
9:40 a. m., Ocala, 10:40 a., m. Xo.
75 leaves Palatka Sunday at 7:30 a.
m., arives Ocala 10:40 a. m.
OCALA SEED STORE
has fresh wax and green bean, seed
now on sale. Bean seed are extreme extremely
ly extremely scarce this year, seed houses, fill filling
ing filling only 50 per cent, of their orders.
Seed will be high, and if you wish to
secure seed at all you must order
early. Put your order in right
now. 12-19-tf
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Election of officers will take place,
and refreshments will follow' the
business meeting.
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CANDIES
'Tresh today and Fresh eTery day'
is oar constant guarantee. j
Every thing to satisfy the candy j
lovers here, and there is always!

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something new and delightful., "
7t .'pro tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn.
Perfect Bon-Bons and Chocolates in
... t, 'C. W. Hunte, E. T. Helvenston, G.
most Attractive Boxes 80c lt ,
. jm Carmichael, V. G. B. Weihe. C. M.
Beautiful Round Decorated and Livin ston
bon tied 2 lb Boxes $1.60, pit Att'now n t. o?.v

The rich and unique Beverly
Chocolates in violet boxes, ribbon
tied, one, two and five pound boxes,
80 CENTS POUND
And finally the Xew Dollar Box of ;
SPECIAL
Chocolates, the very tat emp1e
of the candy maker's art. They re J
different from all other H L 1 LEIvS j
Candy. Ask for the Dollar Box.
THE
At j? STANDARD OF
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T. W. TROXLER

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NOTICE TO MEMBERS
CI' GIRLS' CAXXIXG CLUBS
Will the
young ladies who -had
their exhibits of canned prpducts at
the fair, and afterward took them
permanent display.
I would also suggest that each
young lady send her photo with her
exhibit. I wish to arrange the ar articles
ticles articles so that visitors to the Board
cf Trade rooms can see at once what
the articles are, where from and who
made them, and if the young ladies
will give their cooperation we can
establish a feature that will be of the
greatest benefit to the county. 5
. Respectfully, -'
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
YOUXG HORSES FOR SALE

and thoroughly broken to work dou"-
ble or single; sound, gentle and ab- J
solutely all right in every particular;

cheap at $100 for cash. Also a ten-months-old
mare colt. See them at
my farm on S. A. L. track one mile
east of Anthony hard roai crossing. -J.
D. Robbinson, Ocala. 12-20-12t
DR. W. K. LANTv Specialist, Eye
Far, Xose and Throat, Office Law
; Librarv Building. Ocala Adv.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
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CITY OF OCALA
Mayo;- J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.,
Assistant Uecorc-r Joseph Bell.
rOnTIfl! T Vf ravine n.nn(Jn
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City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
TV. ClyatL
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works J.
A. campoeiL
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Rleve-
land.
Street
Commissioner R obert
Marsh
City Engineer
J. R. Moorhead.
A select line of Stationery Is on
display at Gerig's Drug Store and we
feel sure you can suDDlr your

j wants. .12-15 tf

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Copyright. 1313. by As?oHate$ t,ft- 1
Jnst before graduating for the n!
fstry Bruc. Steven- speut four
.in the town of Nwln-ru a h onrt ot
;hls vacation.
- Mr. Stevens found political boss
and a political ring n the town.
He found one-ha If too ninny saloons
" for a town of its population ':
lie found the sheriff of the rouufy
and his deputies and the constable lo
cahoots with the tough element.
The Justice of the peac was th
keeper of a saloon and passed drink
, over the bar. and he protected hl own
'sort when ft came to legal troubles -"Why
don't yon do something? he
asked of a merchant of the town wn
was a reoresentatlve of the better ele-
ment
"And get boycotted and driven info
bankruptcy?" was asked in return.
" "I it as bad as tbat77
'iMThe gang has us by the neck tnd
. has ui scared. We have no leader.
A few weeks later, when ready to
take up his ministerial duties. Mr. Ste-
vens asked to be sent to Newbern.
-. "But we hav a minister there." wan
replied.
"But he has lost nearly all of bis con
gregation.1
"Yes the renorta from that narisb
are not at all cheering, and I believe
Brother Baker would welcome a fan- j
fer. You know it's one of the hardest
towns in the state." j
"I have spent four days there."
"The cause of religon s reporteo' as
very lukewarm.
"I didn't know that there was any
jir 7, " h
. "WelU; you'll he apnointed to the
1 I im- I M I Mil Kill! I I I IllllIIWI A
piace. i nope you may snr uungs up
The Rev. Mr. Stevens arrived. Fe
started out with a sermon that jolted
and JarredL He spared neither Chris Christian
tian Christian nor sinner. While he criticised
the former 'or lack of backbone. t
plainly told the latter that the- crisis
had come. The crisis meant decency
and reform without any shame nhout
it. After the sermon he Unered to
", Z,7' v J
talk with members of htf congregation.,
He found them looking forward with
great timidity. .'If he started a crusade
he miwt not exoect any active help from
them. Th?y were thoroughly cowed, j
"This is to be a one man crusade," ;
he answered them. "I did not expect
your a.'d, and so I'm not disappointed." j
Monday morning the crusade open-j
( mt. Elevens visueu hip sutruii
.and. without any beating around the
J)asb he said:
"Sheriff. I am the new minister."
"Yer
"I. am going for your crowd tootb
and toe nail."
"Why do yon call fr roy crowd?" was
asked.
"Because it Is. Thre are violations
of the law every hour of the day. nd
yo" stand by without Interference.:
You drink in every saloon, and yon.
comrade with every lawbreaker. It's
the same with your deputies and the
constables. It's got to stop. Yon have
got to do yonr sworn duty." j
"Another reformer struck the town,'
eh?" was the Insulting reply. j
The sheriff went from saloon to sa-j
loon and laughed at the reformer and
said there should be no 1nterfrnce
from him. Within two weeks he was
removed and another man named by
: the minister was in his shoes. 'The
citizens of Newbern were tunned. It
seemed Incredible.
The Rev. Mr. Stevens visited the lus lus-tice
tice lus-tice in uN ssiloon and s'd:
"It's for you to enforce the law. anl

here yo are among the lawbreakers! horehound, peppermint, rosemary, and
The others are depending upon yon to j lavender,. The English oils of laven laven-disimss
disimss laven-disimss any complaint made against j der and peppermint are particularly
them. What course are you going to famous, bringing from two to five

taker
" "None of yonr huslness!"
The next day the minister complain-
ed of nine saloons which had violated
the law. Each one of them was dis dismissed.
missed. dismissed. Inside of twenty days the old
Justice was out and a new one In.
There were ordinances against Sun Sunday
day Sunday sports They had not been en enforced
forced enforced In five years. They came to
the front now. No more baseball or
horse racing.
"Beat the meddler up!" was whlsner whlsner-ed,
ed, whlsner-ed, and a shake purse was made up
to reward a scrapper for doing It It-He
He It-He started out with great ardor to
make a two minute job of It, but it
lasted only half that rime. The min minister
ister minister knocked him out with a jab on
the jaw and then had him arrested and
fined for disorderly conduct.
Then a public meeting was called at
a hall. nd the mirister did some tall
talking. He put heart into the decent
citizens so strongly that they came
out boldly to his support, and the op
position snw that their cause was lost 4
One thins more. The Rev. Xrr. Ste Ste-vensMrom
vensMrom Ste-vensMrom his pulpit raked the citi citizens
zens citizens of Newbern as they had neve
beard a minister talk before. Tby
owed a duty to Cod and to man. Tbevj
must show-up at church, whether they
were Christians or not. The Sunday,
school must be resurrected- There
must be church .work. Religion and
politics must mix until every office p
the county was filled by a decent man
The devil had had possession of Nw,
bern long enough. Now he must be
knocked down and dra triad out
There was oo devil there a year
later. A stranger -stopping at the inn
of a Sunday would have looked aronnd
Mm and mused:
"A clean town a nice town-i-a re
spectable town. Everybody seems to
be going to church, and I guess Vti
go along too."

jELLS PRESENCE OF POISON

3?
pharmacologist of Southern Univer-
V I L JT (ICpUl M IIIT'lll'VII W IIIU
I; v.-
able Appliance.
By means of an appliance devised
by Prof. W. W. Abel, head of the de de-pa
pa de-pa rlment of pharmacology of the
nfcnsWorfld'ns nniversltv. it has been

3. jfckde possible, it is declared, to deter-

mine whether persons thought to be
ff rine from t ffectg of Doison3
Tare really under the influence of drugs,
and to be able to discover almost im immediately
mediately immediately the poison they have taken.
The contrivance consists of a series
of coils and tubes which are sub submerged
merged submerged in saline solution and its ac action
tion action is said to be the eame as that of
'the kidney.
Kin making the test for poison it is
necessary to have the blood stream
fLfjik through the tubes. This is done
byjcpnnectlng the tubes with the jugu jugular"
lar" jugular" vein and the carotid artery.
The blood passes through the tubes,
which are then immersed in a pan con containing
taining containing a warm solution. By means of
a porous substance connecting the
glass tubes the foreign and poisonous
substances in the blood filter through
into the saline solution.
The solution being of the same tem temperature
perature temperature and consistency ae the lymph
in the blood, the natural ingredients
which make up the blood are not tak taken
en taken up by the solution of salt.
&f$p? allowing the blood to flow
throughVthe tubes for a given time a
specimen.of the saline solution is tak taken,
en, taken, and then it is but a simple matter
of chemical analysis to find what poi
sonrMign substance is present in
the sZBtem of the Patient.
uy QT WEDLOCK'S BOND?
.;' Q
Sociai s-rvlea Eert Lament. th
Fact That So Many of the People
Remain Unmarried.
... ... i a k a
wny are jy out or every 100 men
without" wives? A social service ex-
.pert puts the question. It is calcu calculated
lated calculated to provoke debate at this season.
It seems there are 17,000,000 unmar unmarried
ried unmarried persons in the United States, a
greater number than the entire popu population
lation population of some nations; more than
twice that of the Dominion of Canada.
Eight millions of the unmarried are
men, about 9,000,000 women "over fif-
teen of Seven and one.
between twenty and forty-four years
of age. If all these women and all
these men could be brought together
by some kind of matrimonial agency
there would be only a small number
of women left outside of the bounds of
wedlock.
t .The unattached are warned that
married persons of both sexes have
the greater life expectancy, according
to insurance statistics and other mor mortality
tality mortality records, ft is too much to ex expect
pect expect that alarm over this will provoke
a matrimonial stampede. Like most
statistics, these should not be swal swallowed
lowed swallowed whole. Is it not probable that
many persons are single because they
are sickly? One difficulty about join joining
ing joining all these maids, bachelors, widows
and widowers, of course, is that the
excess, respectively, is not in the
same place. The woman suffrage de debate
bate debate reminds us that in some states
the men outnumber the women, while
in some the women are in equal or
even greater numbers. The women
obtain the vote easier where they are
in the minority. Providence Journal.
Herb Farming.
The growing of medicinal herbs is
a very considerable industry in Eng England.
land. England. Throughout the counties of
Surrey," Suffolk, Hertfordshire, and
Norfolk there are many large .herb
farms.- Among the herbs chiefly
grown are rue, wormwood, comfrey,
times as much as the same oils pro produced
duced produced in other countries. Of late years
the street sale of little bunches of
. fresh, laverfder, particularly in Lon-
don, has consumed a considerable part
of the annual supply. But the increas increasing
ing increasing demand has led to larger produc production,"
tion," production," and it is reported that this year
there will be an ample crop and the
distillers' hearts will be made glad.
New York Evening Post.
Virginia Was Fifth Kingdom.
Virginia is known as the Old Do Dominion
minion Dominion because it was sometimes rec recognized
ognized recognized as a separate dominion. Spen Spenser,
ser, Spenser, in 1590, dedicated his "Faerie
Queen" to Elizabeth, queen of Eng England,
land, England, France, Ireland and Virginia.
When James VI. of Scotland came to
the English throne Scotland was add added
ed added and Virginia was called in com compliment
pliment compliment the fifth kingdom. And a
Virginia stood firm for Charles II. aft after!
er! after! the execution of his father, Charles,
in gratitude, caused the arms of Vir Vir-giniato
giniato Vir-giniato be quartered with those of
England, Scotland and Ireland, as
an independent member of the king kingdom.
dom. kingdom. Powerful Digestive.
' An ideal fruit for the dyspeptic
would seem to be the papaya, which
grows in southern India and Ceylon.
The digestive and disintegrating prop properties
erties properties of the juice of this fruit are
seen in the fact that the native cooks
in Ceylon wrap tough meat in fresh
papaya leaves to make it tender, or
apply a small quantity of the milky
fluid to the surface of the meat, or
put a small portion of the plant itself
into the pot when the meat will not
boil soft. Papain, a chemical extract
is said to be capable of digesting ten
to twelve times its weight of egg al albumen
bumen albumen at the temperature of the hu human
man human body.

MONKTON'S
SCHEME i

V
By F. A. MITCHEL
"Winterhorne." said Mr. Monkton.
proprietor and manager of Monkton's
Monthly Magazine. "I want a story
written on certain lines, and you are
just the man to do the job. Get away
from the city. You can't do such work
in town. Go down to the Mascott
House, in Florida, where you won't
have anything to think of but your
creation. Here's a check for your ex-
penses going and coming, and I'll write
my old friend Charlie Burton, the land- j
lord of the hotel, to send me the bill
for your keep."
Winterhorne was given the theme
he was to work up and charged to flud
o Zla he u n ...
a real model for his heroine. He was
much pleased at the prospect before
him and started with a light heart.
On the way down he tried to lay out a
plan, but he found that plans usually
came to him after he began to write,
not before. The season had not yet
opened at che southern resorts, and he
found little to distract him at the ho hotel
tel hotel where he stayed. He was mak making
ing making a beginning when one morning
after breakfast who should come up
the steps from the hotel conveyance ;
but Miss Febier. 1
"For heaven's sake." exclaimed Win-!
terhorne, "what brought you down
nere?. i
"What brought you?" j
tAnl-fnn or, ma ilnn-n t rrrifa a
story on a special plan he's taken a
desperate fancy to."
"He sent me down on the same er errand."
rand." errand." They compared notes as to the char character
acter character of the work each was to do and
found they had been given different
themes and different lines of treat treatment
ment treatment "I wonder," said Winterhorne. "what
he sent us to the same place for?"
"I can't imagine."
"He's got some scheme on hand hand-something
something hand-something for a feature to attract at attention
tention attention to the magazine. And he said
nothing about my being here?"
"No. He proposed this hotel because
he wanted to patronize the landlord,
who is an old friend of his. He was
very busy when I came away, and I
think he forgot about your being here."
"I have itr said Winterhorne sud suddenly.
denly. suddenly. "What?"
"His scheme. Didn't he tell you to
find some real model for your hero?"
"Yes. he did."
"And he told me to Gnd some .real
woman for my heroine. His plan is to
have me take you and you take me for
a model without either knowing that
the other is doing so. He'll make an
announcement to that effect just how
he'll manage it I don't know then
publish the stories one immediately
after the other."
"What! Give us away?"
"He'll probably use the stories under
assumed names."
"Mr. Monkton is a very bright man."
"He'll gain thousands in circulation
by this scheme alone."
The scribblers found the genial
warmth more conducive tp lounging
than working. If they had hit upon
the editor's scheme their having done j
so foiled it. They sat together under
the exuberant tropical foliage listen listening
ing listening to the birds sing or on the sands,
lulled by the music of the splashing
waves. Now and again both of them,
conscious of taking money for work
that they were not doing, made spas spasmodic
modic spasmodic efforts to get something done.
They agreed to humor their employer
by taking each other for a model.
The season came and went before
they brought their work to a finish.
When they returned they submitted
the manuscripts to the editor, who took
them home with him to read. One
day when they were both in the office
he called them into his private room
together and said:
"What have you two been doing
down there in Florida? 1 sent you
down for a purpose, but I don't see
that anything has come of it"
"Indeed. Mr. Monkton." said Miss
Febiger, "we divined your purpose and
did the best we could."
"Divined my purpose, eh? What
was it?"
"Why. you had a scheme to get two
stories wherein the authors should
take each other for a model."
"Oh, I did. did 1?"
"I don't see what other purpose you
could have had." said Winterhorne.
"Do you suppose I would have tried
to rope you in with so thin a scheme
as that? If I did I got most awfully
sold. You've made Winterhorne out to
be a prig, and he's made you talk like
an idiot."
Both authors flushed at this.
"I didn't send you off for that pur purpose
pose purpose at all. I had a different one in
view. You. Miss Febiger, have been
trying to earn a living at scribbling,
whii-h you are not fitted for. and were
breaking down. You needed a husband
to support yon. I concluded that Win-te:-!unie
would fill the bill and sent
yon to Florida to make a match. I'm
p'e.-ised with the success of my scheme.
Winterhorne. permit me to congratu congratulate
late congratulate yon. Miss IVhier. I wish you
happiness."
Fr heaven's sake." exclaimed the
runner, "how did y"i get on tj it?"
."How? Why. I sent a .ami author,
a wo:t::ui. to write you both up. She's
-.rot :t story that wi'l p!a-e Monkton's
Ma'-rv.ine in the tir-t rank of period periodicals."
icals." periodicals." After a little squeal of surprise from
Mi Febiger they all broke into a

STREETS OF NOTE
Writer Names 12 of World's
- Greatest Thoroughfares.

London's Center of Book and News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Publishing Has Been
Awarded the Head New York
Is Given Fourth Place.
London. Which are the twelve
most famous streets in the world? The
question is extremely difficult to de
termine, for there are two or "three
factors to be taken into account, fac-
tors which the average man is apt to
overlook when trying to solve the
problem. For one thing, a street, to
come within this category, must be
wel1 known to folk of every civilized
nation, and not merely to those of the
country it belongs to. For another.
. " T V
option at least that this street is
worthy of being reckoned among the
world's leading thoroughfares in any
case; and thirdly, the name of such a
street, wherever the road may be,
must be one which men and women
recognize as soon as they hear It, or
at any rate it must be thus recognized
by a very large percentage of travel
era, readers and educated people.
Taking those characteristics as our
guide, says a writer in the London
Weekly Telegraph, it is probable that
lue ionowing iisi or :iweniy incmo.es
a11 Ve Dest known streets in the world,
and from these the dozen most famous
streets .would doubtless have to be
chosen. The twenty celebrities of
thlS BOrt include:
Regent street, London.
Okford street, London.
Strand, London.
Fleet street, London.
Cheapside, London.
Whitehall, London.
Princes street, Edinburgh.
O'Connell street, Oxford.
High street Oxford.
Champs Elysees, Paris.
Rue de RIvpli, Paris.
TJnter den Linden, Berlin.
Avenida, Lisbon.
Foochow road, Shanghai.
The Bund, Shanghai.
Nevski Prospect, St. Petersburg.
Collins street, Melbourne.
. Burke street Melbourne.
The Broadway, New York.
Fifth avenue, New York.
These include, as will be seen, nine
British streets, two French streets,
two American streets and one each in
Russia, Portugal and Germany. It
may be taken as certain that no trav traveler
eler traveler or person whose opinion was
based on. real knowledge would deny
the claim of these twenty to be reck reckoned
oned reckoned among the most famous streets
of the world, however much it might
want, or suggest, the inclusion in that
category of one or two others he fa favored.
vored. favored. Hence, from this list I think we
should be able to pick out the chief
dozen after some trouble. We are not
now looking aOthis matter from the
point of view of beauty, or trade, or
size, or antiquity ; we are simply con considering
sidering considering the point with regard to fame
and renown, whatever be its cause, as
operating to give the street the widest
degree of popularity. And, taking that
view of it, I think we must at the;start
rule out Whitehall and Oxford street
from the London half dozen, while
similarly the Nevski Prospect and the
Rue de Rivoli may be left out of the
European section. This decision would
reduce our number by four, thus leav leaving
ing leaving us with sixteen, from which we
have yet to choose.
Now, though O'Connell street (late
Sackville street) Dublin, is one of the
most beautiful in our islands, and has
every characteristic of a grand thor thoroughfare,
oughfare, thoroughfare, I do not think it is nearly
so well known outside this kingdom as
are several others in our list here. So
we may, however reluctantly, put it
aside, too. Probably, as the Bund of
Shanghai would have to give way to
to the Fooschow road in popularity, we
can omit that also from further consid consideration
eration consideration here, famous as it is all over
the extreme east. Which brings down
our still existing list to fourteen. But
the elimination of the next two
streets from, these is a matter of most
difficult decision.
Burke street, Melbourne, may per perhaps
haps perhaps be left out in preference to Col Collins
lins Collins street, if we are only to include
one Australian road, as seems most
likely now. And, since a London street
is almost sure to be the unlucky "thir "thirteenth"
teenth" "thirteenth" which has to go, I certainly
think we must give the preference to
the Strand over Cheapside. There can
be no two opinions as to which street
is best known and most recognized by
name and fame among the millions of
our colonial cousins and foreign
friends who have never visited any
part of these islands. The immense
number of books, papers and maga magazines
zines magazines emananating from Fleet street
have won it popularity abroad in a
wonderful way. In spots which never
heard of Cheapside, grand, hoary and
historic as that dear old street is with
us in this land.
So I think cur dozen most famous
streets of the world would be the fol following,
lowing, following, probably in the order here
given:
Fleet street, London.
Regent street, London.
Champs Elysees, Paris.
Broadway, New York.
Strand, London.
Fifth avenue, New YTork.
Avenida, Lisbon.
Princes street, Edinburgh.
High street, Oxford.
Unter den Linden, Berlin.
Collins street, Melbourne.
Foochow road, SiLmghai.

Tenting
By EMERSON BURRIS ;

My doctor told me to go into the
'country and live outdoors.
To get the whole benefit of the situ situation
ation situation I set up a tent. I built a floor
with my own hands and did what I
could to make my habitation attrac attractive.
tive. attractive. In this I failed signally. It is
not in a man to beautify a home. At
any rate, it was not in me. The in interior
terior interior furnishings of mine consisted of
a cat and a trunk. As for food, I was
encamped on the bank of a stream in
which there were plenty of fish, and
when I wanted meat I could shoot
game, but not near where I was. I
had to go quite a distance for that
and usually made an all day trip of it
In the region near about me there
were scattered houses, some of them
farmhouses, some summer cottages for
city persons, for the country"' was very
beautiful and the air salubrious. The
greater part of these houses were now
vacant but there were a number of
them occupied. None of them were
vey near me, or, rather, in selecting
a camping ground I got as far as pos possible
sible possible away from all of them.
One day, on returning from a hunt hunting
ing hunting trip, on entering my tent I met
with a surprise. A dainty little wash wash-stand,
stand, wash-stand, with bowl and pitcher, stood in
one corner, while above it hung a
small mirror. Several colored litho lithographs
graphs lithographs were pinned to the tent walls.
On the floor was a wicker armchair
such as is used in summer on piazzas.
In the center of the tent was a tiny
table, with a lamp on it I had used
a candle.
That some woman had done all this
was my first thought: that she had
seen me and taken an interest in me
was my second: that she was young,
comely and otherwise attractive was
my third.
These preliminaries having' flashed
through my mind, I looked about me
to observe the cottages nearest me
with a view to .locating the lady who
had made me comfortable. The sur
rounding dwellings were all on higher
ground and my view of most of them
unobstructed by trees. There they
were, bathed in the light of the setting
sun. but not one of them had a word
of information for me. And yet I fan fancied
cied fancied that concealed in one of them a
girl had a pair of glasses fixed on me.
watching to see how I acted at the
moment of my discovery of her handi
work. So I stood in front of the tent
with my face toward the landscape,
took off my hat and threw a kiss.
No response came to me.' The cot cottages
tages cottages were as mute as before. But in
fancy I heard a musical laugh ring
ing out on the quiet air.
Building my fire in try improvised
range, a number of flat stones. I pro
ceeded to cook my supper, a brace of
quails I had shot during the day. 1
was thinking the while that my bene
f actress was watching me. And the
next day I had proof that sh? was, for.
going to the spring from which I ob
tained my water supply, on my return
I found sticking in the ground a few
yards from my tent an arrow and
wrapped about it a bit of paper bear
ing the words:
Leave anything you wish cooked at the
store and it will be attended to.
I was not slow In availing myself of
the invitation not that I needed much
culinary work done. but because I hoped
thereby to get a clew of the cook.' But
in this I was disappointed. The store storekeeper
keeper storekeeper was an oid woman, who was
very deaf, or pretended to be: at least
she turned a 'deaf ear to my inquiries.
The only reply I got was "Tomorrow."
I inferred that I was to come tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for the bird I left and when I
did so I received It deliciously cooked.
I will not specify the devices I em employed
ployed employed to find out who was my bene benefactress,
factress, benefactress, i made excuses to Chat with
several of the ladies of the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Of one I begged the loan of a
needle and thread, of another a little
baking powder, of another some qui quinine.
nine. quinine. Each and every one of these
persons granted my request willingly,
but I gained no Information from any
one of them.
I discovered my girl, however, and
by accident or, rather, by taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of seeing something that gave
a clew, naving occasion to visit the
express office at the railway station. I
saw a box bearing the label of a vend vender
er vender of sporting goods addressed to a
Miss Clara Famsworth. The size and
shape of the box led me to believe that
it contained archery goods. I straight straightway
way straightway inquired which was the Farns Farns-worth
worth Farns-worth cottage, and my informant di directed
rected directed me to one no Dearer and no far farther
ther farther than the rest, but especially well
situated to get a view of my' camp.
Tagging a bullet with a note of
thanks to Miss Fa rns worth for her
kindness to me, I fired the bullet Into
a large tree in the front yard of the
Fa rns worth place. The next day a
note enme to me through the post from
Mrs. Famsworth acknowledging that
the family had seen my camp and
! could not rs;st a temptation to make
1 it more comfortable. The lady also ex-
?jm-1 an invitation for me to call,
j I found Mr and Mrs. Farnsworth's
j family to consist of one daughter nine nine-j
j nine-j re ii years old. Now that the secret
-vfs nnt she enjoyed exceedincly ray
-les'-riptVui of my feelinzs at seeing
uy rei.t made more comfortable and at
1 Ending the note bearing arrow in my
i front yanl. As 1 had suspected, she
! h;:d watched me throvgh an opera
cI.ks on loth occasions. The laugh I
f -7 -I heard in imagination was a real
o. tiiouah too far for me to hear.

HAS CURE FOR SEASICKNESS

German Doctor Say He Is Able to
Combat and Overcome Die-
resslng Malady.
The cause and the cure for seasick
ness have been discovered by, Doctor
Fischer of Bad Nauhelm, according to
a report made by the doctor, says the
Munich Medical Weekly.
He announces that it is. the pnea-
mogastric nerve which makes trouble
for those who go down to the sea. la
ships. By artificially tickling this
nerve he has produced seasickness in
patients on solid land and by giving
it an opiate in the shape of an infinite-s
ly small injection of atropin he has
lulled it to sleep during an entire
tran3-Atlantic crossing, giving com complete
plete complete relief to the worst sufferers In.
the stormiest weather. In the course
of a series of experiments Doctor
Fischer injected drugs which acted as
an irritant to the pneumogastrie
nerve, and found that there resulted
symptoms precisely similar to those
of seasickness, including nausea, vom vomiting,
iting, vomiting, headache, etc
Shortly thereafter the physician
made a trip to America and return.
High winds and rough seas furnished
him plenty of material, and there was
no lack of seasick victims who were
willing to submit to any treatment.
The doctor injected atropin, one milli milligram
gram milligram in the case of men and three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of a milligram in the case of
women. In nearly every case there
was a rapid disappearance of all
symptoms. Nausea and vomiting dis disappeared
appeared disappeared within half an hour, and
within three or four hours the last
symptom had vanished. Even the
pulse became regular. Renewed and
heavier storms failed to counteract
the working of the drug. In only a
few cases were second injections nec necessary.
essary. necessary. The drug acted most quickly
on patients whose condition was the
worst Doctor Fischer declares that
atropin, in the small quantities neces necessary,
sary, necessary, is quite harmless.
POLITICIAN USES THE MOVIES
French Candidate for Office Shows
Himself on the Screen in Effec Effective
tive Effective Poses.
A French politician who seeks elec election
tion election to the council of one of the de departments
partments departments has adopted a time ,and
labor saving scheme to urge his
claims on his constituents. Perhaps
the Chinese praying machine inspired
him.
Instead of harranguing the voters at
election meetings he invites them to
a cinematograph theater; there to the
popular music one or two picture
comedies are shown.
Then the candidate appears on the
screen. He is seen addressing a meet meeting,
ing, meeting, shaking hands with the prefect,
and entering his motor car. Another
reel of films shows him helping an old
woman to load her donkey with a bun bundle
dle bundle of wood, indignantly refusing a
bribe, and paying a visit to an old
man stretched on a bed of illness.
In the last and most effective pic picture
ture picture of the series the sympathetic
candidate proves his heart is in the
right place by discreetly slipping a
banknote into the sick man's hand
before bidding him au revoir.
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Finland's Barometric Stone.
It is said that there is to be found
in Finland a kind of stone that ac actually
tually actually foretells changes in the weath weather.
er. weather. In dry, fine weather the stone
shows a dark gray color mottled with,
white spots, but before approaching
showers or thick mists it blackens all
over most conspicuously, of course,
at the spaces which were previously
white and gradually returns to Its
former state as the weather improves.
Its prophetic warnings are regarded
by many Finlanders as having .a su supernatural
pernatural supernatural origin, but a recent analy analysis
sis analysis of the stone explains the cause
and shows that there is nothing what whatsoever
soever whatsoever mysterious in its action. It
is composed of a ground mass of clay
and fossilized organic matter, with a
little rock salt and nitre scattered
throughout in grains and small
patches. These salts absorb the ae aerial
rial aerial moisture as it increases in amount
and dissolves In it, forming their
white color as. the drier atmosphere
evaporates the moisture from black
surface films, while they regain them.-
, Deserved to Rise High.
Joseph Skipsey, a miner and poet ot
Northumberland, learned to read by
committing to memory the appearance
of the big letters on the placards
stuck up on the hoardings by the pit
mouth. As a trapper boy in the pit
he Wrote and ciphered on the trap
door" in the intervals when no wagon,
was passing through, and then taught
himself grammar; and without any
education of any kind, by slow degrees
and some keen native instinct, he
found out and became acquainted
with masterpieces of literature. Then
he commenced to write and compose'
lyrics, and the day came when the pitman-poet
numbered among his friends
Tenyson, Ros set ti. Burn e-Jones, Will William
iam William Morris and Lord Morley.
Eggs-actly.
De Bragg, the actor, was boasting
of thrills.
w ny, ne saia, war nas no ter terrors
rors terrors for me any longer. I have been
the right of me, to the left of me, be before
fore before me, behind me, so that I was
even struck by small fragments, al although,
though, although, fortunately, not seriously
wounded by them." 1
"Oh. I remember that time," said
a quiet man who had not before
opened his mouth, "it was when yoa
opened to "Hamlet" eight years ago.
I threw one of thc?e eggs myself."



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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913

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1U LO OUU dCreb, IlOrilieril jhusk of a frost-bitten nut of which
Marioil County, Florida. Al-j Brownlow was the wrinkled kernel.
so 2,000 acres cut-over land; But could Tom have been Present
11 i j. f: i j j while the importer v as entertaining a
Weil lOCateu; nne trUCK ana j prospective customer, he would have
Orange Section. Write for! obtained an insight into Brownlow's
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Careful Estimates Made on All Con
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By CHARLES EDMONDS WALK
Author of "Th Silver Blade,"
"The Paternoster Ruby," etc
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BOOK III
Aboard the Kohinurv
CHAPTER I.
Tom Finds Employment.
It "was in an exceedingly dejected
frame of mind that Tom Phinney,
alone in Van Vechten's huge six-cylinder
car, made his way to Maiden Lane
in search of Mr. Brownlow. The low
state of his feelings was in a large
measure owing to a condition that had
grown really imminent and personal
only during the last few minutes; one
that meant renunciation of all his past
mode of living and realization of a
necessary readjustment to an uncer uncertain
tain uncertain future; he had turned over a new
leaf, foresworn idleness and frivolity,
and was going to work!
Gloomy meditations darkened his
handsome face, and in his preoccupa preoccupation
tion preoccupation he wasted a good quarter of an
hour searching for Brownlow's num number.
ber. number. In harmony with a fancied por portrait
trait portrait of the latter's establishment, he
directed his attention to the smarter,
more modern structures; and it was
quite by accident that his eye alighted
upon the right place an indescribably
shabby buildine. age-worn and de
crepit, pinched between two sky skyscrapers.
scrapers. skyscrapers. He stopped the motor and
viewed the entrance with doubt and
disfavor. But there was no mistaking
it; from the curb, Brownlow's name
could be seen on the directory board
just inside the entrance.
There was not even an elevator, so
Tom was obliged to climb two flights
of stairs, dark and dirty, to a suite of
dingy offices, in the outer of which two
old, white-haired clerks bent over pon ponderous
derous ponderous ledgers without so much as
deigning him a glance, and a trim
young lady, affording a eharp note of
contrast to her surroundings, pounded
upon a typewriter. It was she who
recognized his presence with a bright,
smiling regard, who took his card
and disappeared into another room,
and who returned presently to say
that Mr. Brownlow would see him at
once in his private office.
The farther Tom went, the more in incredible
credible incredible it became that this could be
the business habitat of the Kohinur's
owner for Tom was familiar with
every private craft that acknowledged
j New York as its home port and far
from being dazzled by a bewildering
display of precious stones, the sparkle
of a diamond here would have been so
conspicuous as to be startling.
To his unobservant eye there was
nothing to indicate what manner of
business might be carried on here.
Brownlow's private room was even
dingier and more uninviting than the
. r ii 1 .1 i:i. r,
two comfortable leathern chairs faced
each other. Two or three dark pur purple
ple purple velvet pads and a couple of jewel jeweler's
er's jeweler's lenses lay here and there upoji
the top itself. At these two places the
importer and the customer would have
been sitting tete-a-tete, the latter hark hark-ening
ening hark-ening while the former discoursed at
length upon any subject save the one
that had brought them together, until
one of the bent figures in the outer of office
fice office returned from Brownlow's safe-deposit
box in a nearby bank, bearing
beneath his arm a small leather case.
After this had been deposited at
Brownlow's elbow ard the bent figure
had retired to re-attach himself to his
own particular ponderous ledger, the
case would have been opened and its
flittering contents poured out upon
the velvet pads. Then the Iktle man's
garrulity would have ceased, and he
would have uncovered a minute kr.o.i kr.o.i-edge
edge kr.o.i-edge of gems and values against v Lid;
the sharpest bargainer krow tl.at it
was useless to contend. Vr.!:,..r".t..c-red
millions of dollars worth of precious
stones had passed through his claw clawlike
like clawlike fingers, each adding its quota to
his wealth; and thus it was that he
could indulge in a luxury like the
Kohinur.
The importer was alone, however,
when Tom entered. He rose nimbly
from his desk and greeted his caller
with an effusiveness that left the lat latter
ter latter tongue-tied.
"My dear Mr. Phinney!" cried the
little man, beaming, the while he vig vigorously
orously vigorously pumped Tom's unresponsive
right hand. "My dear Mr. Phinney!
Almost literally you have arrived at
the eleventh hour. It is impossible for
me to express my gratification at see seeing
ing seeing you. So you didn't forget the re request
quest request I made so bold as to proffer at
Mrs. Payne-French's!" He stopped
with surprising abruptness, then went
on in a tone expressive of consterna consternation:
tion: consternation: "Don't .y that you have
failed! Don't tell me you have come
here only to bring disappointment! It
would be a cruel act of kindness on
your part, but . Ahem! Sit
down!"
Tom dropped into the chair which
the other thrust at him as if he meant
to knock his legs from under him.
"Pray don't cive me anv such ill-

21 Ponds
Of
Sigar for
One Dollar.
To each cash purchaser" of $1.00
worth of other groceries, we will
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar for
one dollar on Saturday and Monday.
Remember, this offer is for these
days ONLY.
J. 1. Smith Groceyr
Company,
PHOXE 434.
Xext to Ocala Xational Bank

tidings, Mr. Phinney, for this is my
last day of grace; if I don't get a
skipper and mates for the Kohinur by
six this evening, I stand to lose" he
raised his hands in a despairing ges gesture
ture gesture "I can't bear to hear myself say
it! I can't bear to think of how much
I shall lose more than any man can
afford good, honest money, just wait waiting
ing waiting to be picked up."
This was all more or less unintel unintelligible
ligible unintelligible to Tom; but he had succeeded
In pulling himself together, and aa
soon as he could wedge in a word he
tried to impress upon the excitable
merchant that he was offering himself
tor the opening. When at last Brown Brown-tow
tow Brown-tow comprehended, he suddenly
checked himself and stared at Tom in
silent surprise; but in a moment he
3rew a long face, which put the finish finishing
ing finishing touch to his caller's discourage discouragement.
ment. discouragement. "You're not in earnest," Brownlow
voiced hi6 misgivings, solemnly wag wagging
ging wagging his head, but nevertheless main maintaining
taining maintaining an interested scrutiny upon
the young man. "Why, should you be
looking for such a billet?"
"Because I want the money," was
the blunt response. "And take my
word for it, Mr. Brownlow, I'm in
earnest. If you doubt my qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications
The other raised a silencing hand.
"I konw all about them," said he,
crisply, "else I shouldn't have
broached the matter to you in the first
place. I supposed your interest and
activity in yachts and yachting would
"My Dear Mr. Phinney My Dear Mr.
Phinney."
enable you to put me in the way of
finding what I wanted; I didn't expect
that you would er ahem!
Tom took the words out of his
mouth.
"Strike you for'the job myself, eh?
Well, I have."
Brownlow seated himself at his
desk, upon which he thoughtfully
drummed with his fingers, every now
and then directing a sharp glance at
his caller. Tom was beginning to real realize
ize realize that the employment of a captain
for the Kohinur, for some occult cause,
was not to be so simply arranged as
such matters generally are; the pre preliminaries
liminaries preliminaries were unusual and to him
unnecessary; he was becoming more
and more puzzled, for he believed that
Brownlow was needlessly investing
the proceedings with an air of mys mystery,
tery, mystery, and this made him restive.
By and by Brownlow drew a long
breath and once more gloomily shook
his head.
"I'm fearful that it's not to be,"
sighed he, heavily. "When you hear
the conditions you will back out like
all the rest of 'em. Seems like these
days navigators are too busy clipping
coupons and drawing dividends to be
attracted by a little thing like double
wages."
Tom pricked up his ears. Two pas pastimes
times pastimes had been mentioned which he,
at least, never had enjoyed. He inter interrupted
rupted interrupted with an exclamation.
"Double wages! Say" eagerly "if
the game's straight I don't care to hear
conditions. Where's your ya'cht? I'll
get my dunnage aboard without wast wasting
ing wasting any more time."
The little man bounded from his
chair and began pacing the floor with
short, nervous strides. Every now
and then he would halt with a jerk and
address a few remarks to Tom, rub his
hands together briskly and dart off
upon his promenade.
"I declare, Mr. Phinney," he spoke
vehemently, "in a way this is a rare
stroke of luck for me; but before we
go any further I must my conscience
impels me to tell you ahem! some
things. Certain details must be laid
before you before I allow you, out of
the generosity of your nature, to bind

yourself to any obligation. Tne condi conditions,
tions, conditions, I believe I may truthfully af affirm,
firm, affirm, are extraordinary; indeed, -without
exaggerating the state of affairs, I
may even go so far as to say that they
are astoundingly extraordinary; and I
must put you into possession of such
facts as I am at liberty to impart.
"But" he broke off abruptly "I
need more than a captain; I am
pledged to secure the services of a

first and second officer and a chief en engineer.
gineer. engineer. The scamps who have been
serving me in those capacities con confound
found confound 'em are poor, miserable, spine spineless
less spineless creatures whose proper walk in
life is between a pair of plow-handles
instead of upon the deck of a sea-going
craft. They are a pack of cow cowards,
ards, cowards, Mr. Phinney, when an oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, is presented to them that
smacks of adventure. As I have al already
ready already intimated, I've had the devil's
own time trying to find men for the
billets, and you'll have to ecare 'em up
somehow, somewhere, before six
o'clock. That's the fix I'm, in."
"But what is it you want to tell me?"
Tom impatiently tried to pin him
down. "If the thing depends upon so
much we haven't any time to spare.
I've a motor below, and I'm pretty sure
I can get the men."
Brownlow threw himself into his
chair and hitched it closer to Tom.
Leaning forward, in a confidential atti attitude
tude attitude and occasionally emphasizing his
remarks with a vigorous tap upon the
young man's knee, he impressively be began:
gan: began: "Looky here, Mr. Phinney here's
the way of it. A certain party wants
to charter the Kohinur for an indefi indefinite
nite indefinite period. Ordinarily I wouldn't lis listen
ten listen to such a proposal, but he offered
me a sum of money that quite took my
breath away, and ahem! to be frank
with you. just now I need the money
more than I do the boat. Do you get
me? Well! He put it up to me to
find the men I have mentioned rest
of the crew's all right but the enter enterprise
prise enterprise is wholly secret. Understand?.
Secret! They balked. And there you
are."
"A-ha!" interjected the bewildered
listener, who was now beginning to see
light. "That listens well if the
thing's not crooked."
"Crooked!" shouted Brownlow,
aghast at the very idea. "Young man,
do you think I would lend myself to
anything crooked?" Tom did not com commit
mit commit himself, and the other went pn
with much warmth. "As I say, the en enterprise
terprise enterprise is secret; I myself am igno ignorant
rant ignorant of its nature; but believe me,
Mr. Phinney it is indorsed by a name
that would astonish you were I at lib liberty
erty liberty to mention it. In point of fact, it
was that name that finally influenced
me to accept the offer. Crooked? God
bless my soul, no!"
Tom was already upon his feet. "If
that's all I'll go hunt for men. We
haven't any time'to lose. What then?"
Continued .Monday)
CATARRH CAXXOT BE CURED i
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the
disease. Catarrh is a blood or con constitutional
stitutional constitutional disease, and in order to
edies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
cure it you must take internal rem rem-internally
internally rem-internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Remedy is not a quack
medicine. It was prescribed by one
of the best physicians in this country
for years and is a regular prescrip prescription.
tion. prescription. It is composed of the best ton tonics
ics tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients
is what produces such wonderful re results
sults results in curing catarrh. Send for tes testimonials,
timonials, testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Proprietors, To'edo, Ohio. Sold by
all druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation. Ad.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Ocala Transportation
Company will be held at 7:30 a. m.,
on Monday, January 5th, 1914, a
the Board of Trade, rooms, Ocala,
Fla. 12-8-sat
C. Carmichael, President.
A. C. Cobb, Secretary.
Hopes Ker Sislcznent, Made t'eblic,
will Help Other W0liC2.
Hines, Ala. "I must confess", ssys
Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, cf this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before I commoiiced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything I ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what I eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it is
, wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
! Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
and strength.
; Cardui has helped others, and win help
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Tike Fad Remains
No amount of misrepresentation by the
peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug juggling
gling juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis,
or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of
any kind, can change the feet that
Royal Baiting Powder
bas been found by the offi official
cial official examinations to be of the
highest leavening efficiency,
free from alum, and of absolute
purity and wholesomeness
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
for making finest and most economical food.

ORDER OF EASTERX STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O E. S-,
meets at Yonge's Hall the hrst Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at D:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma.C. Burnett, W M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.
CROUP AXD COUGH REMEDY
Croup is a terrible disease, it at attacks
tacks attacks children so suddenly they are
very apt to choke unless given the
proper remedy at once. There is
nothing better in the world than Dr.
King's New Discovery. Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes
about his children: "oometimes in
severe attacks we were afraid they
would die, but since we proved what
a certain remedy Dr. King's New
Discovery is, we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup, coughs and
colds." So can you. 50 cents and
51 a bottle. A bottle should be in
every home. At all druggists. H.
E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia and
St. Louis. Ad
At Heintz Bakery go for fruit
cakes, pound cake, currant cake,
lariy fingers, maccaroons and any
other cakes you wish. Always on
hand, fresh bread and pies. 12-15-tf
DR. HOBSOX'S OINTMENT
HEALS ITCHY ECZEMA
The constant itching, burning sen sensation
sation sensation and other disagreeable forms
of eczema, tetter, salt rheum and
skin eruptions promptly cured by Dr.
Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Geo.
W. Fitch of Mendota, 111., says: "I
purchased a box of Dr. Hobson's ec eczema
zema eczema Ointment. Have had eczema
ever since the civil war, have been
treated by many doctors, none have
given the benefit that one box of Dr.
Hobsons' Eczema Ointment has."
Every sufferer should try it. We're
so positive it will help you we guar guarantee
antee guarantee it or money refunded. At all
druggists or by mail, 50 cents. H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. j
Louis. Ad I
NOTICE
Of the Stockholders' Meeting of the
Commercial Bank of Ocala
To the Stockholders of the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank of Ocala: Notice is
hereby given that on the 13th day of
January, 1914, at twelve o'clock
noon, the annual meeting of the
stockholders of The Commercial
Bank of Ocala will be held at the of offices
fices offices of H. M. Hampton, Esquire, the
attorney for the bank in Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. All stockholders are urged to
be present.
By order of the president.
GEO. J. BLITCH,
12-20-3t sat Cashier.
COXSTIi'ATIOX POISONS YOU
If you are constipated, your en entire
tire entire system is poisoned by the waste
matter kept in the body. serious
results often follow. Use Dr. King's
New Life Pills and you will soon get
rid of constipation, headache and
other troubles. 25c at druggists or
by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, or St. Louis. Vd
If you want : something to make
ycur hens lay, ccme to the Ocala
Seed Store 12-1 9-tf.
Whenever you fSeed 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
3uilds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
NOTICE
la Conntj- Jude' Coart, Marlon Coun County,
ty, County, Florida
Whereas, Harry Baxter applied to
this court for letters of administration
on the estate of Joseph Y. McKlnney,
deceased, late of the county of Marion,
state of Florida:
These are therefore, to cite and ad admonish
monish admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear before this court on or be before
fore before the
7th Day of Jaanary, A. D. 1913
and file objections, if any they have, to
the granting of letters as aforesaid,
otherwise the same will be granted as
prayed.
Witnes?. TV. E. Smith, county judge
of Marion county, Florida, and the seal
of said court this 29th day of Novem November.
ber. November. A. D. 1913. W. E. SMITH.
ll-2S-Sat (Seal) County Judge.

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Crickets as Thermometers.
It is not generally known that the
August crickets are a natural ther thermometer.
mometer. thermometer. By carefully counting the
number of vibrations to a minute one
can tell accurately, what the tempera temperature
ture temperature is. The hotter the evening the
more "rapidly they play their sharp
little instruments and, as the days
snorien ana me nignts oecome cooier
A. A
their waves of sound have greater dis
tances Detween tnem until wnen a
frost Is threatened only now and then
one more enterprising than the rest
keeps up a forlorn hope of sound.
Why they are moved to join nature's
great orchestra is a problem no one
can answer. It would seem to be
hard work to rub their wings together
so assiduously; it. must be wearing
on the corrugated little veins. Prob Probably
ably Probably they can't help it; "it is their
nature to."
! They are children of the darkness;
nothing Is heard of them in the day day-;
; day-; time, but they make up for their sl sl-:
: sl-: lence by their obstreperous tumult
w hen. the mercury climbs into the
nineties.
The Reason.
An Englishman visiting this coun country
try country was remarking upon several
things ?.hich had somewhat surprised
him while in New York.
"Most remarkable!" he said. "Your
aged New York women are so straight
and upstanding! I have not seen
even a bent-over old woman!"
Lasily explained," returned his
American friend. "When women be become
come become too old to be offered seats In
the subway and surface cars they get
straightened out hanging on to
straps."
The Tactless One. ;
"I will confess to" you," she said,
' that I am older than I look. I will
be thirty-one on my next birthday."
"Really," he replied. "Hardly any anyone
one anyone would guess that you were more
than about twenty-nine."
"That's the last time," she said
when he had departed, "that 1 ever
try to be nice to a brute." Chicago
Record-Herald.
"Movies" to Replace Sermons.
Pasadena, Cal. Motion picture
comedies and dramas are to replace
the regular Sunday evening sermons
at the Universalist church here, ac according
cording according to Rev. Alan It. Tillinghast.
pastor of the church.
j Cut Funeral Bill in Half,
i Washington. Comptroller of the
j Treasury George E. Downey cut a
funeral bill of $198 in half. He said
j a hearse and a hack were enough for
; a "decent funeraL
MARIOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
k. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each oioith at
7:30 Vclock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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