The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.
OCALA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 1UU
NO. 8

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WOOD GIVES

STERN WARNING

Kven our Little Army is Not Supplied
With fiuns and Anunu-nition

Washington, D. C, Jan. 8.

I could be organized into twelve in-1 makes up its mind to do ho it can;

Ifantry and five auxiliary divisions strike us at any time"
i with an aggregate war strength or i Field guns wanted fc a force of

j2&2,000 men. needing 174 batteries, j 500,000 men, the general declared, j
lo" 69C guns. The aggregate of the ; would be used for defensive pur-!

;two forces thus would be 367,000 poses, as this country would not go
j men, or approximately two field arm-j abroad with an army of that size,
lies short of the force of 500,000 men. Gn the other hau l, he said, it hardly
!These two field armies will require j was likely any nation would sen", any

1336 guns. The United States gar-I smaller army than 500.000 or C00, C00,-jrisons
jrisons C00,-jrisons abroad have 68 guns. Not- j 000 men across the Atlantic ocean
ling that the militia has in its hands j to this country, alte- disposing of 1

the guns it this country's fleel. if ever such an;

nr ran

Jut Lit

mm

ITS HIS M :

upon which to convict Jasper of mur-

The jury was composed of Ber-

After an K.vperience oi Many Years
And With All Parties KiiKlih
State-..au i. Out

. .. '.summarize, tcr the regular army and i
influenced by the Mexican situation.: , r :
, . t volunteers we would need oLt guns,.
Maj. Gen. Wood, chief or staff of the: ;
, . . t .for the militia 696 guns. i
army, has advised committees of ;
Congress that they should appro-j Insufficient Ammunition j
priate $3,000,000 for field guns and; Gen. Wood said that total appro-j
ammunition for the regular army, ; priations, up to Oct. 1, last by the j
and $3,000,000 for the militia. j House military, and appropriation;
"If you sent our troops into war j committees provide for only 2 I .'..(: s;

as tney are now, without guns oram-.rcunas oi ammunition ior nici nici-munition.
munition. nici-munition. it would be absolute ern field guns, all of which ammuni-

slaughter," the 'general told the tion will not be manufactured until i
ilouse military committee. jJime 30, next. I
'If called into the field suddenly.! "Of this ammunition," he added.
wc should have to go vv'th a small a! "e have at present in this country
lowance o ammunition, and we IS 6,50 S rounds and for the 2.95
should have neitnr guns' nor am-. mountain gun 15.106 rounds, or $
munition enough f;v our field arti!- total of 201.611 rounds. And this,

"to invent happened.

JESSE 8ILIIISIE!
m w jdi

jnard Shaw (foreman); Sir Edward!
Russell, W. W. Jacobs, William de

Morgan, William Pett Ridge, Arthur j
Morrison, William Archer, Justin II.

j McCarthy, Francesco Berger, Ridg Ridg-i
i Ridg-i well Cullum, Coulson Kemahan and

Thomas Seceombe.
The wholly spontaneous character
of the proceedings the opposing
fV.unspl nnt hovin? rnnsnlte-1 tvith

Birmingham. Eng.. Jan. 9. Jos-, , , .
, . 'each other or each others briefs
eph Chamberlain, the venerable irit- i , . A.
. , , i added to the enjoyment of the af-!
ish statesman has decided to retire.. . . ;
, i fair. The trial had never been re- i

ironi paruameni, at tne next general ;
election. He has served continuously t

as a member of the House of Com Com-nons,
nons, Com-nons, since 1S76. all this time rep rep-resenting
resenting rep-resenting West Birmingham.
Joseph Chamberlain at the outset
cf his political career was a radical.

BUNNELL'S THE

FIRST FLORIDA Ml

To Apply ftr Stock in the Reserve
System Under the
Xew Ijuw

Wi.I liavi- a SI

S Nun i'l'wiii Mar:;

! Scut in tin' Cotiri'miw

ery forces."
General Wood, in a written state-
m-ent, said:
Gvn" V(.;d's Stateineiit j
"We neither have guns nor am-
munition sufficient to give any gen general
eral general commanding an army in the

is all we have. At Mukden in nine
days the 1,'j24 guns expended 250. 250.-'0u
'0u 250.-'0u rounds.
"The present daily output or' ordi ordinance
nance ordinance factories for three shifts run running
ning running night and (lay, is not above
1,600 rounds. The war department

Jesse L. Billings-ley oi Miami has
been appointed by Governor Park
Trammell to succeed .Judge H. F.
Atkinson as judge o:' the criminal
court of re:-ord in an i for Da !e coun county.
ty. county. Judgo Atkinsons' reignat:o:i
was accept e 1 several weeks ago by
the governor. !: took effe-t on Jan1
uary 1.
MI!iK:i:.V WANT
TO Vi: Mil A Ii:.lB3 s

i hearsed. The stage in the hall was
.set as a court scene and all the wit

nesses, who included impersonators;
jot Dickens' characters, appeared in

:the costumes of the period.
The judge caused a ripple of hum-
I nr 1 hrmiehniif Thp inrv tv-;s hirt-

the late William' .

,, ,. iuen 10 consiuer xne case; tae lore-
art Oladstcne in several cabinets, ,
. , 'man sprang up and announced that
president oi the ooard or trade' v

f the local govern- .
iveraict at the luncheon interval.
5 became a unionist ,.

, , i v nen tne veraict was given, counsel
at' tne time of the break m tne lib- , ,
, for both sides protested that the

erui pari". oer uome ru;e kjt lreianu , ,.
, , .P-.ry ought to be discharged.

ana i:e nas secretary or state tor tne

and president o
ient board. i

St. Augustine, Jan. 9. First in
Florida to act under the new cur currency
rency currency law, the Bunnell State Bank
yesterday made application by tele-

': graph for stock in the reserve bank

: system provided under the new cur

rency law. This action was author-

( ized at a meeting held in the after-
! neon at Bunnell.
Xo ether state tank in Florida
has yet made application for stock
' in the system and this gives the
Bunnell bank the distinction of be be-,
, be-, ir.g the first.

PHi:rKiiiiKi sririnK pact

The

colonies at the time of the Boer war.

j foreman retorted that the jurymen To a Lingering Death from the

lie

now 7-S years old.

were too ready to be discharged The

Dreaded Disease Tuberculosis
Xew York, Jan. 9. The bodies of

Dili. !;:: tiii; .vvstkhv

i judge then committed everybody!
1 i!i'(?pnt pxppnt birr self fnr rnntpmnf

I P , i Joseph Shufilay, 46 veari-old, and his
iof court and the j.rcecedins endea. '

OF FDWIX DltOOD i

field anv assurance of success if at-j wa3 obliged last year to equip part

torkprl in- nn prmv nf f nual si7e of tne regular army with obsolete 7-;
tacked b an armj oi equal size on.it7pr. ?T1.h .:pfrp 'Ten Dairymen of Wilmington Were
which is supplied with its proper 1Iuh oMtzera and o-mdi siege gun
quota of field artillery. j battery material because of lack of Indicted for I-ornuug a Trust
"It is my belief that no modern sufficient ammunirion for the mod- Wilmington. X. C, Jan. 9. Ten
war between first-class powers will.ern g'-nis- prominent local dairymen were in-
last for one year and unless private The ,vai" department is trying to dieted and arrested, yesterday, charg charg-manufacturers
manufacturers charg-manufacturers are encouraged to accumulate l,29o field guns of vari- e(j with violating the anti-trust law law-manufacture
manufacture law-manufacture ammunition for our ous calibers, of which u3 yet have Dv making an agreement to advance
... . t.lin?TrrMTMQti'lfr'r finrl ( n ... ....

guns, they will not De m a con-,1-" v,v"- miiK ironi ten to tnirty cents a quart

-1 S .. ;,- ill" Charles Dickens Finish Finish-id
id Finish-id in a 3 lock Trial in
Iii don

FIRST II TO Flf

London. Jan. 9 Students of Dick- Across Tampa Bay from St. Pete to
eii met at King's Hall, Coent Gar-j Tampa with an Aviator

oen last night and gathered up the
thread: of Dickens' unfinished tale,
' The Mystery of Edwin Drood."

The entertainment took the farm

wne, Amelia, a year younger, were

: found last night in a gas-filled room
i in their home by a physician whose
I call at their request was part of a
! carefully-arranged suicide pact,
j Letters written by the couple stat stated
ed stated that both were sufferers from
. tuberculosis and had been told they
j had only a few weeks to live. Prepar-

St. Petersburg Independent, Jan., ations to carry out the suicide pact
S. At an average height of 200 feet were begun three weeks ago when
above the water, the record for the Shufflay was forced to give up his

of court proceedings in which John new 15ne tne Benoist airboat return- position as shipping clerk, which he
Jasper was placed on trial for theiei from Tampa this morning with had held for twenty, years. The con

dition to do so -until after the war is j Vv'ood saii il was not his 5:iea that They gave bond. They furnish most murder cf Edwin Drood. G. K. Mrs. L. A. Whitney as passenger, pie owned their home and Bank

the country constantly should be of the milk fol. Wilmington. All are Chesterton, the novelist, acted as making the trip in 21 minutes. The dcoks snowed deposits of $3,000.

! jrdge. trip over, from here to Tampa, was'
j The trial was held under the au- j niade by Tony Jannus and Mrs. QCAIV LuntiK XO. 280, B. P. O. K-

spices cf the Dickens Fellowship and xv hitney in 4 minutes actual Hying

finished.

ADVOCATE

ui ants to Pumsii

Drunkenness With Murder

"The war department believes aft- armed to the teeth in preparation for wel to do
er extended study that, in case of j war but that !t should be reasona-'
war with a first-class power, an army bl" prepared for war. He said he ( xTKMPElt XCE
of 500,000 men will be needed to!did not care 50 much whether Con-,

give this country any chance of sue-zs ae war ueparuneni me Missjssj j

cess against invasion ana mat tnis ""'"w
force will be needed at once. To and shoes, as they could be gotten at

make it efficient it must be given its n time- j Jackson, Miss.. Jan. 9. A bill
proper quota of field artillery. To do j "But," he continued, "you cannot proposing to execute anyone who
this, this artillery must be on hand, nialte a large quantity of field guns takes a drink of whisky and to give
for it cannot be supplied after war is and ammunition without taking the body to medical colleges for dis dis-started."
started." dis-started." months or years to do it. We would j section was introduced in the state
The general suggested that the absolutely helpless if we did not legislature here yesterday.
United States' regular mobile army nave tnem- Xo country can go into j
should be organized into three in-! the field today without a liberal sup- j CHAPTER NO. 1.3. il. A. 1.
fantry and two cavalry divisions with ; P1 of artillery unless it goes in to ;
an aggregate war strength of about i De licked. And we are as liable to Regular convocations of the Ocals
75,000, requiring 54 batteries or 21G,have war as anybody else. j Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
guns. "If we are unprepared for war, ; fourth Friday in every month at
With the cooperation of state gov- j there would be more temptation for j 2:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P,
ernors, the militia, he said, now a country to strike us, and if it Jake Brown, Secretary. au

i many leading literary men of Lon-j time but 19 minutes were spent on. Ocala Lodge, Xo. 286, Benovelent
don took part. Bernard Shaw was i tne water while the pilot fixed some &nx protective Order of Elks, me?ts;
i foreman of the jury and his sallies, slight defect in his engine. Jannus the second and fourth Tuesday even-

i wdth Chesterton's pompous gravity
as judge, gave an enjoyable turn to
affairs.
J. dimming Walters, a well known
authority on Dickens, was leading
counsel for the prosecution: W. Wal Wal-I
I Wal-I ter Crotho, author of Charles Dick Dick-!
! Dick-! ens as "A Social Reformer" acted

saia Mrs. nitney was as satistact- jngs in each nnonth. .Visiting breth-
ory passenger as he has ever car- ren a' ways welcome.
ried and did not lose her nerve even Chas. W. Hunter E R

Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.

Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. Heintz Bakery. 12-3 1-tf

when he had to drop to the bay.
Mrs. Whitney was the first woman
to be a passenger on a regular air air-boat
boat air-boat line between two cities. Sever Sever-al
al Sever-al other women have been taken

for the defense. He declared there short flights with Jannus in his air-

was every reason to believe "Drood" j craft here but Mrs. Whitney is the
was still alive and suggested the key first to make the trip to Tampa. CaH phone 291 If you want to buy
tc. the story lay in the opium habit She therefore enjoys thev distinction furniture. 11-20-ti

. of the two men. He urged that in of being the first woman passenger

i the unexplained disappearance of to make a trip on a regular all-air Thermos Bottles at all prices at
Edwin Drood there was no evidence route. Cerig's Drug Store. 12-15 tf

THE NUT CLUB

Sawing Wood Ain't This Bug's Specialty.

By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright. 1913. Western Newspaper Unloa.)

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TWO

THE OCA LA EVKXIXO STAR. I IIIDAV, JANUARY 9, 1914
uoi ;n r a ma isiiOCK
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Mr. 1). V. Tompkins Ha Acquired a
Valuable- Iif- f f Propei ty
Ji:d?lr. by ih..
a v
. II Y ti G:s i 1 1
is eoinsr to be a
Woodmen meet this exeninsr.
A .NOT I IE It S 1. Ai I A III
- t. '-:.t it'i
1 ;
-.U- in G:-a:a.

Young Men's Democratic Club j
meets tonisrht.

Mr. C. E. Connor is in Gaines- s
ville today. i

.Mr. M. J. Roess is absent on a
bjsine-s visit to Tampa.

Mr. J. A. Owens, with the tele- f
phone company, has returned from a j
visit, to Georgia. j

Secretary Rooney was on the sick

list this morning, but was able to be

at his office again this afternoon.

- Mr. C. It. Kreger is having ex extensive
tensive extensive repairs made at his smart
little corner store.

1)16. W. K. IAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.

The Atlantic Coast Line north northbound
bound northbound train had another extra long
train today, but it didn't block the
crossings.

Mr. S. 13. Hawk, in addition to
carrying on his popular business col college,
lege, college, has a position with the Florida
Title & Abstract Co.

Mr. J. B. Parish, one of the pop popular
ular popular young men in the Coast Line
passenger office, has accepted a posi position
tion position in Birmingham, Ala.

Dr. G. N. Davis, the Sumter coun county
ty county promoter, was in the city yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. He is now at work on several
cold storage propositions, and also
has a contract for furnishing light
and water to one of that county's
most prosperous towns.

Miss Edna Weber of Chicago, who
was with Mr. R. S. Rogers in the
abstract office in that city for four
years, has arrived in Ocala to take a
position with the Florida Title and
Abstract Co., which he controls here.
She is a superb business woman and
will be an important addition to the
office force of this growing firm.

STRAYED From my place in the
first ward Wednesday night, sorrel
mare, white spot in forehead; 9
years old. Suitable reward for re-

to her

corner

The people of 0:-aIa were greatly
shocked at noon today to learn that
Mr. Carlos L. Shrunk had shot and
probably f;.'a!ly wounded himself.
The accident took place at Mr.
Sistrunk's room at. the Wisteria. The
people in the house heard the shot
and rushed into the room to find Mr.
Sistrunk lying across the bed with
blood streaming from his breast near
the heart and the smoking pistol by
him.
Physicians were at once summon summoned
ed summoned and the unlucky young man was
carried to the hospital, where he now
lies between life and death, and
nearest to the latter.
Mr. Sistrunk went into Mr. B.
Goldman's store just before noon and
borrowed a revolver, a .32 S. & W.
special. He said he was going hunt hunting,
ing, hunting, and wanted to carry a revolver
along. The pistol was not loaded at
the time, and his friends suppose
that it went off immediately after he
put the cartridges in it.
Mr. Sistrunk is a very popular
young man. He has friends "all over
the state as well as in Ocala and Ma Marion
rion Marion county, and all hope he will
come back from the borderland into
which he has so far entered.
Has a Fair Chance for Recovery
A telephone message from the
hospital as the Star closes up an announces
nounces announces that Mr. Sistrunk may re recover.
cover. recover. The bullet went nearly thru
his body on the left side near the
heart, but did not touch a vital-spot.
He is resting easy at this time.

Jii.-t as the Star is going to pre?s
it learns that M v. D. W. Tompkins
has bought the big and handsome
II. S. Hall block on North Main

This fine an 1 well situated bi
ing was only finished less than
years ago. it is well constructed
is fully tenanted in both floors.
The Star isn't allowed to give
price, but it is a substantial sum.
Mr. Hall, the former owner has
lost anything by the transaction.

Mr. Tom;. kins is one of our ri
business men and knows how to
his money into a good thing.

two
and
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The Chautauqua Ticket
Contest

Selling

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turn or information

recovery.

Messrs. E. L. Wartmann and D. H.

Kirkland. two inveterate optimists

from opposite ends of the county,
but with the comlnon desire to pro promote
mote promote its interests, were talking
about the cold sJiell yesterday, and
both agreed thai good rather than
harm had resulted from it.. Mr.
Wartman, who llis been here thirty
years, said we qlways had a couple
of 'cold spells die, and the sooner
thej first one came the better, as it
kept down the sap in orange trees
and; other valuable growths, prevent prevent-ing'their
ing'their prevent-ing'their being killed later. He also
said that the Florida grower could
always console himself with the
thought that if his produce was nip nipped,
ped, nipped, the produce ofgrowers further
north was punished even more

Nothing nicer for a little remem remembrance
brance remembrance than a Kodak picture on a
nice calendar. We have the calen calendars
dars calendars for all sizes of pictures at 15c
each. Gerig's Drug Store 12-15 if

A cash bonus of $10 will be giv given
en given to the one selling the greatest
number of season tickets before Feb February
ruary February 5, 1914.
A cash bonus of $5 will be given
to the one selling the next greatest
number of season tickets.
In addition to these prizes, one
child's season tic"ket will be given for
every five adult tickets sold, or two
children's tickets for every ten adult
season tickets f two adult season
tickets or four children's tickets for
every twenty adult season ... tickets
sold.
Contest starts Monday. Those
wishing to enter the contest call on

. D. Rooney, secretary of the Board

c Trade, for tickets and necessary
instructions. Contest closes Feb.

15ti. Start now.

Mr. Leslie Len

tune to lose his re

field early Wedn

,i re.

Air. ana .Mrs. L.erxer ana son,

LeNieJx-r-retlfed for the night at
about nine o'clock, and the latter
was awakened about two o'clock in
the morning by a dense smoke in his
room on the ground floor. He at
once ran down stairs and gave the

alarm without dressing. j
They did all they could to remove;

some of the contents of the house,
but the flames had gained such head headway
way headway that the only thing of value sav saved
ed saved was the piano. Even their cloth clothing
ing clothing was burned, except that in which
they retired the evening before.
The loss on the contents of the
house alone will reach over a thou thousand
sand thousand dollars and there was no in insurance.
surance. insurance. It is supposed that a spark
from the fireplace set fire to the
building.
We did not learn whether Mr.
Lenker would rebuild at once or not.
The Lenkers are now making their
home with Mr. J. H. Carter and fam family
ily family nearby.

We will send for your clothes and launder them as;
they should be laundered, returning them to your
home as quickly as first-class work can be turned out.
Our machinery is all of the latest make, which practi practically
cally practically eliminates the possibility of injuring even the
most delicate fabrics.

WISE AXD OTHERWISE

THE FAMOUS ROYAL
Tho Murray Company has accept accepted
ed accepted the Ocala agency for the Royal
typewriter. Though they had an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of taking the agency for
several other well know machines
they selected the Royal, belieing it
to be the most compact, best built
machine on the market.

AfJATll EH1DA X SOCIETY

Sorfg, by
Rojl call

Look
This
list Over

Crab Meat for Fresh Deviled
Crabs.
Shrimp, Lobster, Kippered-Her-ring,
Herring in Tomato
Sauce, Fish Flakes, Shredded
Cod Fish, Cod Fish Ball,
Brick Cod Fish, Shad Roe,
Herring Roe, Little Xeck
glish Channel Mackerel, 5 lb.
, tins Messed Salt Mackerel, Ca
viar, Anchevies, Salmon Cut-
let, Salmon Steaks, Chili Con-
Carne, Hot Tamales, Pop-
ping Corn, Pecan and Wal Walnut
nut Walnut Meats, Shelled Almonds,
Assorted Glace Fruits.

0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHONES 1G and 174.
OCALA FLA.

Tlife Agatheridan Society met this
aftenloon in regular session. The
following program was rendered:
Sullject: Music and Musicians.

oy school.

call. Answer with tho names

of mjhsicians, telling their national nationality
ity nationality alid the date of their life.
Eisay, "Music, Its Effects on Hu Human
man Human Life" Katie Mae Eagleton.
Vocal solo, "Tho Violet" Will-

Camp.
ssay, "Beethoven, His Life and

Work" Mae Sikes.

Story of Beethoven's Moonlight

Sonata Martha Kate Rentz.

Piano solo, Moonlight Sonata
Lorayne Kemp.
Essay, "Mendelssohn, His Life and
Work" Susie Ervin.
Piano solo, selection from Men Mendelssohn,
delssohn, Mendelssohn, by Marie Burnett.
Story of the opera II Trovatore
Inez Sandifer.
Vocal solo, "Ah, I Have Sighed to
Rest Me" Gladys Marfin.

t

IX THE CIRCUIT COURT
Late yesterday afternoon the jury
in the Ray case brought in a verdict
of assault.
Charlie Thomas, colored, was con convicted
victed convicted yesterday of grand larceny,
while Ben Hope, his alleged partner,
was discharged for the want of evi evidence.
dence. evidence. There are some eight or ten minor
civil cases still on the docket which
will be taken up as they appear dui
ing the coming week.

After the reports of
the society adjourned.

the critics,

A IV WALT MASON ET AL.

It seems to be the fad just now, as
everybody knows, to write bum
verse like this piece here and dress
it up as prose. "When Omar smote
'is bloomin' lyre" and strolled ;rora
place to place, a poet didn't wear a
mask to cover up his face. When
Sappho sang her lays of love on
some old Grecian shore, the merry
people stood around and hollered
out for more. When Dante hit'em
up a few to tell his giddy chums,
what he knew of a place called Hell,
they said he'd copped the plums.
But 1 never knew of a first-class
bard, from Horace down to Scott,
who'd stoop to dress his poems up to
fool the common lot. There are no
Miltons any more, and Keats and
Gray are dead; the Byrons and the
Shelleys have traveled on ahead; so
the living poetasters to beguile us
take a pose, and hand us rotten
verses when we think we're reading
prose. Some day some guy who
does know how will write good verse
again, but until then, we'll have to
stand for poet-bunco men. Ex.

MAUDE POVvELTi COMING
As chairman of the music depart department
ment department of the Woman's, Club we are
very glad to announce that Ocala
will have the great privilege of hear hearing
ing hearing the world famed violinist, Maude
Powell, in concert at the Temple
Theater Wednesday evening, Janu January
ary January 21st. We ask the co-operation
of the press and of every one in
Ocala who cares for real culture to
aid us in filling the opera house on
that evening. Maude Powell's pro program
gram program will include classic and light
popular numbers. Any person who
have special selections which they
wish to have rendered will please no notify
tify notify me, phone 104, and I will try to
have them included in the pro program.
gram. program. Marguerite Porter.

(Clipped Without Credit)
Girls cherish ideal3 but marry real
men.
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He who lives only for pleasure
will soon find but little pleasure in
living.
Some people think more, of dogs
than they do of their friends and
perhaps there's a reason.
V
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oily and their religious ideas so wa watery
tery watery that the two won't mix.
Don't over-play your hand when

giving thanks. Gratitude doesn't i

mean a wealth of words..

It's better to tell the truth your yourself
self yourself than to have someone tell it on
you.
There are a lot of men who stand
without tying around home and need
strong hitching straps elsewhere.
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Most of us are inclined to be too
serious. A sense of humor takes a
man over many a rough place.
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Many a man loves a girl for the
qualities she possesses which he
wouldn't tolerate 'in his own sister
for a minute.
Isn't it queer that blunt men
usually come to the point quickly
and that dull women sometimes make
cutting remarks?
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So many aiflos are turning turtle
and trying to climb trees of late that
the suspicion begins to spread that
they are adulterating gasoline with
alcohol.

A SALE OF
STANDARD'mGHGRADE-
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
PEPPERELL BRAND

TKAC HERS M E ETIXG

Being Towed Home
is a pretty embarrassing experience.
And it often happens just because
the little repairs the auto owner
thought too small to bother with
suddenly developed into a serious
break under some strain. Have us
overhaul your auto before your next
trip. Then there will be little chance
or a breakdown and of hearing
that annoying, cry "Get a Horse!"
Luckie's Garage
17 N. Main Street.

Program for the Marion County Ed Educational
ucational Educational Association for Sat Sat-urlajt
urlajt Sat-urlajt January 10th
Subject for discussion: Intermed Intermediate
iate Intermediate and Grammar Methods.
Paper by Mr. G.Ti Townd o
Citra.
Demonstration lesson on arithme arithmetic
tic arithmetic conducted by Mis? Nora Creek Creek-more
more Creek-more of Citra.
Music.
Demonstration lesson on geogra geography,
phy, geography, conducted by Mrs. Rex Todd of
Ocala.
General discussion and opening of
question box.
Teachers are urged to place ques questions
tions questions in box for discussion.
The association cordially invites
all persons interested in education
and the betterment of our schools to
attend these meetings. We are es especially
pecially especially anxious to have the trustees
with us.
The meeting will take place at the
Woman's Club room and not at Miss
Connor's studio as first announced.

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200 Dozen Pillow Cases
45x 36 Special 12c 45 x 6 Best Grades 17c.
45 x 36 Hem. Stitched Pepperell 23c
200 Dozen Sheets
72 x 90 Plain Hem Special 55c
72 x 90 Best Grade Pepprell ... 63c
81 x90 Special 59c
81 x 90 Best Grade Pepperell-!. 69c
90 x 90,Best Grade Pepperell . 1 . 75c
81 x 90 Hemstitched A 83c
90 x 90 Hemstitched Best Grade. 89c
200 Dozen Huck Towels
Regular Price $1.40, per dozem . 98c
25 Dozen Turkish Towels
Regular price $1.75, per dozen $1.25
Extra special sale ol remaning stock of
Blankets and Comforts. Well Assorted.
GreaUy Below Regular Prices

Don't Lose, ..Yoer Head

REGISTRATION NOTICE

The registration books of Marion
county will be open for registration
in each election district dur'ng the
months of January and February,
1914. In district No. 1 (Ocala) the
book will be open from Monday noon
till Saturday noon and Friday nights
till 10 o'clock of each week from
first Monday in January rill first
Monday in March.
All persons who fail to register in
their respective districts can regis register
ter register at my office in Ocala any day
(Sundays excepted) between March
l-'.th and April 15th. D. M. Barco,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.
Office upstairs in court house
l-3-sat-3m

in : selecting a' tailor. We mak

clothes to order faultlessly not
only as to fit, but in every minute
detail' 'that counts. We offer you
the choicest selection of new fab fab-rics
rics fab-rics and guarantee their wear. Our
cutters will fit you exactly so that
the clothes will look as if moulded
on your figure. And our moderate
price will please you.

Todldl .& Compauiny
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel,
Ocala, - Florida

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SiMOH BOLIVAR BUCKNER! STOOD THE STRA1H
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OCA LA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 191

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The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest nn Savings Accounts

Lit L; uti-iiant (P r.enl i
S ut bera ('on! e! raf v,
i. Dead

the Pt ii-u.-ol.i Hanks Prepared fur a Run
i ;'.isl Allayed Temporary

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Panic

Lexington, Ky., Jan. :. General j I en-acola, Jan. 0. Following the
Simon Bolivar IJuckne.-. fomerly j announcement of the suspension of :

governor of Kentucky, and can ii-, the r .rst -National bank, rensacola s
date for ice president on the goM i oldest banking institution, within
democratic national ticket in 1 S 90. j sixty days of the failure of the Pen Pen-died
died Pen-died at his home in Hart county yes-Uacoia State Bank, the American Xa-

terday.

ticnal Bank, yesterday experienced a;T

General Simon Boliva.- Buckner run by depositors such as has never ;
had a long ani varied career as a; Lefore been witnessed in Pensaeola.
soldier, having served in the Mex-j Expecting a heavy run following. J
ican and civil wars, in both cf which the suspension of the First National

he was promoted for bravery an 1 sol soldierly
dierly soldierly qualities. He was born on a
farm in Hart county, Ky., April 1,
1S23, and graduated from the Unit United
ed United States -Military Academy in 184 4.
He was governor of Kentucky
from 1S77 to 1 S i 1 and served as a
member of the Kentucky const itu-

. which has been known to be on the
verge of suspension since Monday,
every other bank in the city, provided
itself with ready cash to meet any;-

emergency and the American Nation National
al National Bank easily furnishel the money
called for.
The rush to withdraw deposits

How Are Your Collections?
OUR BANK is not merely a place to store your
funds and check them out as you require them.
It is a very highly organized and efficient medium
for the collection of drafts, notes and other "paper."
The records of the bank also contain much information
that you can u-e to advantage.
Don't hesitate to use all the facilities of our
bank. We have provided them for your service, and
we are always glad when you avail yourself of them.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
An Active United States Depositary.

! tionai convention in 1SV1. After be-' was confined principally to the small small-iing
iing small-iing a candidate for vice president cn e depositors, and when the bank
I the gold democratic ticket in 1 Si0, opened the street was almost block block-:he
:he block-:he returned to his farm in Hart aded with people anxious to enter,
i county but continued to take a live- Five policemen were necessary to
!ly interest in public affairs until the preserve order among the depositors
'time of his death. and the sightseers. The run con-
: General Buckner's body will be tinaed throughout the day, but the
buried in the State Cemetery at bank i.-; amply provided with funds,

Frankfort. He was the la

ing lieutenant general or" the Con
federacy.

surviv- an i

FRATKRS HAD A NOT I IK I 1 FAST

will continue business if every

dollar of deposits is withdrawn, it
was announced. Largo depositors
continued to place deposits during
the morning.

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The members of Concordia Lodge,
F: I', of A., had their annual instal installation
lation installation last night, and followed it up
with a supper. This big lodge has
plenty of money, and the members
have eats almost every time ihey assemble.

The ol'icers installed were

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! lows:

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IJ. W. PARTRIDGE, JR. DAVID S. WOODROW $.

E. L. WITH KISS

PARTRIDGE-WOODROW
COMPANY

REAL ESTATE.
Auction Lot Sales a Specialty.
Huntington, West Va., and Ocala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Any time

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.

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F. E. Wei he, V. P.
II. P. Bitting, chaplain.
C. K. Sage, secretary.
P. Whiteside, treasurer.
It. E. Yonge, guide.
W. A". Robertson, captain.
F. E. Wetherbee, P. -JP.
W. C. Smoak, 1. G.
Barney Spencer, O. G.

WCODMEN P.AMJIET
THIS i:KMXG
The members, of Fort King Camp
are reminded that on this eve

ning officers for the ensuing year
will be installed and the choppers
will enjoy their annual feast. The
1 cn;;uet will be spread at the Har-
rington Hall cafe and under Mr. R. 5
T. Adams' personal supervision J
premises to be a very enjoyable af-

i;;r. 1 ne following menu, will oe
served :

Stuffed Olives' Celery Dili Pickles'

Itcast Turkey, with Dressing

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well there

is nothing quite

so sweetto the ears of

a hnne a5 sterliner silver.

Apart from the quality which

is high here, and the chasteness

of the patterns which can be seen

at a glance, it is important to know

that the prices are net extravagant.

Our jewelry store is -the best place in the

county to get suggestions for wedding presents.

We have made a study ci this "gift question." It is our

business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.

Choose Your Gifts Here c

Our stock is varied and so are the prices. Every taste and
every pocket bock i3 sure to be suited. We have

many inexpensive tut dainty little novelties here
besides silverware which will make excellent gifts.

This Is u jcwe!ry store where you can get just whfct

you are looking lor t tne price you want to pay.

Everything in cur fine line cf silverware,

tens, iiwciry, watches, e'.?., coiiUins

nothing but resl, tanjrio'.e vslues,

cicpita wun up-o-uu-.e siyics. ;

encoem? your w.:cir.i

HAD A ITNM HUNT

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A party of hunters from Pablo j
Beach passed through Ocala this j
forenoon cn their way home after a :
week's fine hunting and fishing at i
Salt Springs in the eastern part of of-Marion
Marion of-Marion county. They were travel traveling
ing traveling in automobiles and each was
loaded with baggage, passengers and
game to its utmost capacity. The
party was fairly successful and had
several fine buck horns and deer
hides as evidence of their skill. ;
Captain J. C. Somers of Pablo
Beach and Jacksonville, was chaper-:

oning tne party ana proved to ne a

fisherman, of considerable ability

though he did not have much suc success
cess success in the way of getting land game.

He made a record for bream fishing i

Oysters
Fried,
Stewed
and Xude
Dread, Butter, Oysterettes
Aqui Puri Coffee
Cigars
PIRI G. TAKVKIt

! Merchant's

Block

Ocala,

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Ci.'is 1st uj prors ta S .' : $ t L
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K jewelry store "'M
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Bird G. Tarver, the oldest cond

tor on the Seaboard Air Line Rai,

way, died at 3 o'clock this mornii

at the Robertson Sanitarium in A

lanta. For the past year Mr. Tarver
has been engaged as chief deputy

sheriff in the office of Sheriff Dowl-'l

that the other members of the crew

ing, and has been strongly commend commended
ed commended for his work. Mr. Tarver leaves
a wife and other near relatives in

this city to survive him. Jackson-

villa Metropolis. fc
Mr. Tarver was well known tl. the
traveling public. He was a clusin
and boyhood chum of Mr. J. V. ITar-

believe has never been surpassed in
Florida. Just what Ed. Gerkin

meant by a "record" as he mention-'
ed this fact to the reportei is not.

known at this time.
The party consisted of Messrs. J

ver of the Ocala Northern.

LAKH WEIR V. C. T. U.

j The regular meeting of the Lake

i U eir W. C. T. U. was held it Weirs

(dale New Year's day.

miMr T T. 5r.,t5, noro AHo,v.c! 1 ccmi6 ui'triitu

lit 11, 9 DUilVll) .. J i .IMUlltO
and Ed. Gerkin, all men of consider considerable
able considerable note in their home county.

C. Somers, J. D. and H. A. McCor-

1IORHIA IS FIRST

Jackstnilie Mit.polis.-ih: The : rs m ai
irst rg;.ilar .la- nali an 1 passen- wo: -.1.1 do

ri(;s cannot xosi: thru, houses jump over, xor
RULLS RURST DOWN OUR WIRE FENCING. IT IS STRONG STRONGLY
LY STRONGLY PUT TOGETHER, AND WILL NOT RUST. YOU WILL BE
SURE TO KEEP YOUR STOCK IN, AN1 STRAY ANIMALS OUT
OF YOUR FIELDS, IF YOU KU1LI YOUR FENCES WITH
OUR KINII OF WIRE. OUR PRICES ARE "RIGHT" ON WIRE
FENCING AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN HARDWARE.
LET OURS HE YOUR HARDWARE STORE.

eroplane Mull Service a- in AI AI-nmt
nmt AI-nmt Everyt:iiii KIm

Jacksonwlie M

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ger service by aero'dar.e in the

j w o r 1 d v, a s.i ; r v f i n a u i i r a t i
j this ;ntirn;t;4 fve';s i'.ibio ,B'm :-h-
and Ailaijt? P.acI: by Aviator (leo.

A. Grav. Th. !ail jsouch wa. dr;;;-

i ped from a:: e!vatk.n ot about one
(hundred feet directly in front of the
! main entrance of .the .. lantic Beach

cled M)ou-. landing his pasenger at
the entrance from tri lawtfc

j lator an

! ic Beach at an

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with respon

sive Scripture reading. followed by j
itb' Lord's Prayer in concert, and the (
Lsi.ng. "All IJail the Power Jesus' i
Nt-me." J
' Minutes of the meeting of T'ovem-j
Mer 20th were read "and approve!. ;
i The roll call was an interesting :
(feat-Mv of the meeting, as the mem-

The "f rs m answer to it. told u hat tney

to help the union in If 14."

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ing New Year's I

extended
;V,r making

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and j.reentel thei

retty caleendar'

r3,h' biplane, zn
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Marloe Hardware Co

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

-.;fn the av-

Atlant-

earlv hour. gjing di-

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A collection wa. taken for ourj
state jiledge.
After the meeting the ladies of the!

:vion gave a Xew Year's reception U

for the visitors present. Dainty re-i

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where the machine .-dowel down in j' I a social hour.

front of the office, picking up the:
mail sack, and then sailing away to:
Atlantic Beach, making the trip
within half an hour. j
This service win be repeated j
twice daily, carrying mail and small j
parcels, together with any passenger)

who may desire to mal e the air trip
between the beaches. The aviator.
Gray, has made more tfian one thou

sand successful niznts. without a

Minnie D. Albertson,
Press Superintendent.

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serious accident, and is considered proved facilities I am now betjr

On account of constantly increas-i
irgsiness and a need of more
rcf F have moved to the Burnett

bunding cat J4 tort King avenue.

feimerly occupied by the

Clothing Company. With

The Best Flour in the world.
In Barrels and Half Barrels,
and all sized sacks.
Also a large shipment of Ap?x
Self RisiflQ Flour 6, 12 'and 24

pound sacks.

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Carn-Ihomas Co,
CAUN BUILDING
Phone 163 OQALA, FLA.

CARN-THOMAS CO., GRK:ERIES CARN-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES
CARN-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARN-TIIOtIaS CO., GROCERIES

one of the best and safest man birds

now opera titj; aeroplanes.

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WOJKMKX OF THE

Foi wiping Camp No.

WORLD
14 meets ir.

! i'onge't Hall at p. m. every seron
Friday. Visiting sovcieigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson. C. C
! Chas. K. Sage. Cle'-k. Ad

piepared than ever to handle any

business in my line of painting, wall
papering, etc. J. G. SWAIM,
1-3-Tt The Painter.

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NOTICE
A regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hard-
are Company will be held in their
cff.ee, Ocala, Fla., on January 13th,
1914, for the transaction of such

MONEY WANTED-I want to
borrow $250 on goodJim proved Jand
as security. Addr "G." care the

Give a woman plenty of rope and

she'll use it for clothesline.

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COLUS & LafcrKltTi;
i or (? doses 6G6 will br

business as shall come before the any case of Chills & Fever,Cf)Ids

meeting. i2-i 8-tf i & LaGrippe: it acts on ifcelivcr

H. B. ciarkson, President. better than Calomel and cots not
a c a,' r: or-

MPC ur Blt&.Cll. X 11WC JVr.

C. E. Nelson, Asst. Secretary.

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THE OCA LA EVE-MAG STAR, I "It! PAY, JANUARY 9, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

rittingkr jt- carroll, proprietors
K. It. Carrtd!. Gent-rid Manager Port V. I.eavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

Eat:-rod at Ocaia. Fla., pestoffice
PHONE

SURSCRIPTION HATES
(Foreign)

( Domestic)
One yt-ar, in advance. .
Rix months, in advance.
Three months, in a-Jvance
One month, in advance.
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fiOOD WORK or
OCALA SCHOOL O RADIATES
in a letter to Principal Workman
of the Ocala High School, President
Hulley of Stetson University, says:
"One of your graduates, Miss May
Sheppard, has made the exceptional
record of three AA's in her first
term of freshman work in the Stet Stetson
son Stetson college of liberal arts for wom women.
en. women. She made A. A. in freshman
trigonometry, Livy and English."
President Hulley adds a compli compliment
ment compliment for Mr. Workman, but our
modest principal positively forbade
the Star to print it.
The following was clipped from
Vhe DeLand correspondence to the
Florida Metropolis:
"Prof. Workman at Ocala, grad grad-.
. grad-. uated some well-prepared students
last year. A member of that class.
Miss Sheppard, made very high
grades at the end of the firm term of
her frpshman year. Jff'1 the La-ii'n
classics she marie AA. jfrtfshrnan
trigonometry she made AA, and in
freshman English she made AA. The
Ocala High School has always sent
good material to Stetson University.
Edwin Spencer, Jr., who was in the
last Florida legislature, made a re record
cord record for scholarship and brilliancy
and showed that his preparation had
been sound and thorough. And one
of the ablest young women who ever
entered the Stetson college of liberal
arts for women was Miss Fay Crib Crib-bett,
bett, Crib-bett, a graduate of the Ocala High
School and now a teacher in the St.
Petersburg High School. Miss Crib Crib-bet
bet Crib-bet t did scholarly work in all sorts
of studies. The Ocala people are to
be congratulated on having so fine
an instructor as Principal Work Workman."
man." Workman." REEX PROPERLY BRANDED
The meanest man in the United
States, says an exchange, has been
found. He is a police court judge in
New York and the distinction was
thrust upon him by a man who was
fined for kissing a woman on the
street. The party fined wrote the
judge as follows:
"Judge Beall meanest man in
the United States fined a couple $6
for kissing. You ought to have fined
the policeman $G00 for arresting the
couple. Where were you born, Pa Patagonia
tagonia Patagonia or Japan? or. maybe you
;grew on a tree in Mexico. You are a
"brute, and may you never have a
friendly kiss froni maiden, wife or
sweetheart."
The judge has been very properly
branded.
Some of our contemporaries are
engaged in the unprofitable" task of
discussing which is best, the morn morning
ing morning or evening paper. If they would
all concede with the Star that each
is best in its time and field, that a
good paper is a good one and a bad
paper a bad one, at any hour, they
would arrive at the truth and save
themselves some work.
If Underwood is defeated by Hob Hob-son
son Hob-son in the Alabama senatorial con contest
test contest it will be due to the fool blund blunders
ers blunders of the former's indiscreet friends.
Tampa Times.
Calling Hobson a eoward, for in
stance.
Judge B. II. Palmer, of Lake City,
who announced his intention several
months ago of making the race for
Congress against Frank Clark in the
second district, has decided not to
Are the resolutions keeping nice nicely?
ly? nicely? Miami Metropolis.
Most of them in this neck of the
woods have been put in cold storage
to keep for twelve months.
The state federation of labor in
fission at Miami has indorsed
Stockton for senator.
Beginning all over again, says the
New York World, without a chip on
his shoulder, with no grievance,
without fuss and feathers and with with-csiU
csiU with-csiU noise or nonsense, William Sul Sul-zer
zer Sul-zer as assemblyman appeals strong strongly
ly strongly to the sympathy of his fellow fellow-men.
men. fellow-men. The past, he says, cannot be

as sf.eond clas matter.

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Six month 5. in advance.
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance..
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changed. The future, ho far as he is j
concerned, will be about as he
makes it.
KXi ELLEXT ROOSTER EDITION'
The Columbus, Ga., Industrial In Index
dex Index pays the following deserved tri tribute
bute tribute to the Florida Metropolis:
The Florida Metropolis, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, has just issued a booster edi edition"
tion" edition" which is a splendid advertise advertisement
ment advertisement for Jacksonville and the state.
It is a comprehensive, well-illustrated
number of sixty pages, which
tells of the progress, prosperity and
I ossibilities of a state in which sub substantial
stantial substantial development is proceeding at
a rate that has compelled the inter interested
ested interested attention of the whole coun country
try country
Florida long has been known for
its fruits and its climate, and it is
coming to be known more and more
for its wide-spread industrial activi activities
ties activities and for the wonderful qualities
o:- its soil. Cities in Florida are ex expanding
panding expanding with a rapidity that is al almost
most almost wonderful, and the state as a
whole is attracting new citizens in
great numbers.
The Metropolis' edition tells of
these things and more, and is char characteristic
acteristic characteristic of the constant, effective
efforts of the Metropolis for the up upbuilding
building upbuilding of Florida. Xo paper in the
southeast devotes more space and
! work in behalf of its citv and state
than does the Metropolis, which
ranks among the best newspapers of
the southeast.
CRIMINALS SHOULD
HAVE ANOTHER CHANCE
The parole system for criminals is
in use in several western states, and
of course meets with much opposi opposition
tion opposition in some quarters. The follow following
ing following tells of some of the methods of
opposition in San Francisco:
Concurrent with the present crime
wave, following the congestion of
unemployed thousands here and in
other cities, the most insidious at attempt
tempt attempt is being made to discredit the
California probation policy for pris prisoners.
oners. prisoners. Public uneasiness has been taken
as their cue by the antagonists, who
have not hesitated at the most sen sensational
sational sensational means.
The police, nettled at swelling
criticism of incompetence, are declar declared
ed declared to be aiding certain business men
in raising the old hue and cry
against the ex-convict and the parol paroled
ed paroled man.
A flagrant instance of this un unfounded
founded unfounded attack, was a sign placed in
his shop window of a prominent San
Francisco merchant, following the
burglary of his store which read:
"This noiseless glass job was done
by a parole from California's 'sum 'summer
mer 'summer resort.'
Confronted by State Parole Officer
Edward H. Whyte, the merchant,
Samuel Spiro, admitted that his im implied"
plied" implied" wholesale accusation was
founded on nothing more substantial
than "belief that no one else could
have done the job, because only guns
were taken."
"The incident is typical," asserts
Whyte. "A strong effort is being
made to arouse public prejudice
against the system which gives the
offender another chance.
"And some peace officers, as well
as citizens, have not scrupuled to
further their propaganda through
methods similar to that taken by this
merchant.
"It serves to distract attention
from the fundamental cause of
crime poverty and unemployment
and the hounding of men trying to
make good. To this the ex-convict
and paroled man has often been sac sacrificed.
rificed. sacrificed. "As a matter of cold figures, only
about two per cent of prisoners out j
on honor ever violate their trust by
committing new crimes.
"And at this time the ier cent is
even smaller because these men, de
spite every impression, realize that j
this is the period of their extreme j
test.
"The success of the 9S per cent
of honor men, against all odds, in
keeping straight, is often nothing
short of heroic.
"Perhaps some of the critics of the
parole system do not realize the

purely material profits to the state of
this policy.
"In the la.st year, for instance, the

taxpayers of California saved nearly
i . a reiui,. 01 putting an
probation prisoners, whoso incarcera-
t i o a v o J i d h a e cost 1
annually rcr terr
tannins from two
years to a nic t::v:e.
In the- -' vears of its o:.er.itinn
uo;e a Mtu na ;ave;i
..' according to of of-During
During of-During that eriod
have been released on
month,
1 their orde:
new crimes.
I- LEET OU TORPEDO IJOATS
WILL VISIT FLORIDA
The Metropolis of the Sih says:
A flotilla of seven torpedo boats
will arrive in Jacksonville about
January 2,"th for a week's stay. The
fleet, which comprises the reserve
j division of torpedo craft, is in com
mand of Lieutenant Commander F.
T. Evans.
In all probability, the board of
trade will arrange some kind of en entertainment
tertainment entertainment of the officers of the
fleet, during their stay here.
Each of the destroyers are three
hundred feet long, twenty-six feet
beam and eleven feet six inches
draft, and will make the harbor in
front of the city with ease.
Several of the smaller ports along
the Florida coast want a visit from
the destroyers, but it is feared that
some of the harbors do not provide
a sufficient depth of water for the
boats. These ships have very tender
bottoms, and they have a third pro propeller,
peller, propeller, which projects about fifteen
feet below the keel. The nropellers
are light, and, therefore, cannot be
dragged through my or sand.
The fleet will leave this port on
the afternoon of February 1st, and
may anchor over night under the lee
of Cape Canaval. It is very proba probable
ble probable that the fleet will proceed on to
a point opposite Miami. The Magic
City wants the fleet inside its har harbor,
bor, harbor, but it is not likely that the plan
will be carried out on account of the
Im?sent de,,th ot water in tbe bay
Capt. Mclntyre, bar pilot at Miami,
however, has offered to pilot the
vessels free of charge, if their draft
is consistent with the depth of water
on the bar, or if the commander will
risk entering the harbor.
The flotilla will visit Key West
and make a winter's- cruise in West
Indian waters.
SEMIXOLES COMING OUT STRONG
One of the reasons why so many
primitive nations become extinct is
that their people will not work. This,
more than the white man's bullets
and the white man's whisky, is re responsible
sponsible responsible for the dwindling in the
number of the North American In Indians.
dians. Indians. But if there is any truth in
J. K. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Thone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Cash.
Terms:
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Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA
ID you ever stop to think
how wonderful it is that
simply a man's name means
the finest confectionery in
the world.
Xo need to mention even "candy''
when vou want the best Just
That we are the HUYLERS Store
oi Ocala would vouch for our high j
standard in other lines, even if we
! had not our "20 years of quality"
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sired desired Confections and many noveltie;
A box is the kev to delight where-
ever you re goine-
always appreci-
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Take a
box along tonight.
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quately adequately the requirements of the city and county.
The business activities of Ocala are well represented here and often ex express
press express approval of the service received.
Tae agricultural interests of Marion County find here complete accommo accommodation
dation accommodation for aii financial matters. This bank is a service station for all. Make

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there is hope for the Seminoles:
The Seminole Indians are catch-!
ing on quite rapidly to the civilizing!
infiuej ces that are continually draw-I
ing closer the lines of demarkation
between the old and tite new cus-'
toms. This, conclusion. is rapidly;
drawn from a statement made by!
Commissioner L. A. Spencer, who
has just returned from a trip to the 5
Everglades and the Thousand Isl- j
ands. "The Indians are working on j
a short line of railway now under j
construction in that section," said
the commissioner. Indians, as a rule,
are not over zealous when, it comes
to work, and the fact, thai they are
now engaged in railroad construc construction
tion construction shows a radical change in this
little remnant of the nation's wards,
who have been hunters from the time
whence the memory of man r.unneth
not to the contrary.
The railroad that the red men are
helping to btiild is to carry grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit from a two hundred acre grove
to the little town of Everglades,
where it can be given transportation
to the Northern markets.
Commissioner Spencer is much in interested
terested interested in the Seminole work, and
expects to leave again in a short
time, when he will probably proceed
direct, to the reservation, and take
up such methods as will further ad advance
vance advance the Indians in the march to toward
ward toward modern civilization, and at the
same time look after their landed
interests.
PENALTY OF TOO MUCH PEACE
Peace is a good thing, but the man
or nation not ready to fight for it is
in evil case. The following story
from Kansas City shows that it
isn't good policy to bring up a boy in
too pacific a manner:
Lawrence Talbot, eighteen, shot
himself through the head today in
the woods south of Electric Park.
Talbot was employed in a bakery.
His father is a physician in Long
Lane, Mo. Beside the body was
found a long letter. It opened with
this preface:
"I have resolved to kill myself. I
have thought of it several days. I
now. have the leaded revolver in my
pocket and am in my room."
Then follows this caption: "The
Story of My Life," with thirteen
pages of autobiography. He told
how he was reared by his grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, a gentle woman, who taught
him never to fight. He did not blame
his grandmother for.it, but said that
was the trouble with him all his life;
he would not quarrel or fight. When
he became older he ran away to
California and visited relatives. He
observed at that time that any one
who liked could impose on him with
impunity: that he had "no nerve, no
passion, except to eat."
When he came here recently and
took the job in the bakery he told
himself:
"I make good on this job or I die."
But he went on to say:
"I have no nerve; I am still a
baby. I think my boss has decided
there isn't anything to me. Well,
there isn't. The East, the West, the
navy, the army, he home, the coun country
try country all want men. I am a baby, a
weakling."
He ended the letter as follows:
"I might have been jSomething,
but I'm not. I can't be. i Some say
it takes nerve to write tiis. I' feel
as if I had to write it. j It is best.
I think."
Mcintosh
Mcintosh. Jan. S. Schiool onened
Monday, Miss Anderson having spent
her holidays in Lakeland, while Miss
Redditt was in Citra.
Mr. W. E. Allen is nil' jon the sick
list. His brother, Mr. joljn Allen, of
Quincy, is here with him or a while.
Chills are quite frequent with us
now, not so much the m
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j as the cold weather kind.
cor--.-
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though all are sticking cL
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when the!
own little fires, especial!;.
frost looks like snow fr
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! like the past Wednesday
nornmsr.
Mr. and Mrs. William?
of Mount
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Ky., arrived T!
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are stopping at the Hotel
Mcintosh.
Rev. G. S. Henderson has been re
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Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building ori Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlers stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lines.
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by the conference. His many friends
were given another chance to hear
him when he fulfilled his appoint appointment
ment appointment at' the Methodist church.
Pillaus are very popular with us.
A large crowd was out Wednesday
night, in spite of the cold weather,
and they had their appetites -with;
them, as it is reported that they
scrape dthe kettle so hard in a vain
effort to find more pillau that it
cracked under the strain.
PHONOGRAPH FOR SALE
Has four 5-minute records, twelve
2-minute records; two nice horns;
good as new. Price $40. Address,
Mrs. S. F. Wright, Anthony, Fla.
1-0-1 1 wky l-8-2t dly
ANNOUNCEMENT
To the Ladies of Ocala:
Feeling that I have been very for
tunate in securing the services of J
Miss Katie Launiues I wish to an announce
nounce announce to the ladies that she is an
expert in several specialties. Besides
being a milliner of note, Miss Laun-i
iues is an expert hair dresser and
makes a speefilty of treating the
scalp. Our facilities for serving the
ladies in th'ese lines are now com complete
plete complete and we. invite a call.
Miss Mary Affleck,
1-3-tf Commercial Bank Bldg.
31ARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nuger,
! ucaia.
snerin r. uaiiowuv. ocaia.
Tax Collector W. L. Colb
Ocala. 4
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocla,
treasurer Jonn M. Gransm,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Oclla.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
Ocala.
county uommissioners u. crrrmi
- .jchael, Ocaia; J. Davis, summer
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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 brougnt to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
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.
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The large size, straight model is
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Packing and
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Furniture, Pianos
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Seaborn Wright, Attorney Sidney
Smith, of this city, will again take up
the case against the Cafe Metropole,
a saloon in the heart of the business
section of the city, next Wednesday,
when the case will come up as the
first on the docket at the criminal
session of the City Court. Judge
William F. Eve presiding.
The Metropole was the first saloon
in Augusta to be raided as the begin beginning
ning beginning of a vice crusade inaugurated
here about a month ago, and which,
all appearances, has been growing in
magnitude until the saloon men, as
well as the gamblers, have applied
the 'soft pedal," so to speak.
The case against the Cafe Metro Metro-pole
pole Metro-pole was thrown out of the Superior

Court by Judge Henry C. Hammond
on the grounds, that the captions of
the petitions for injunction, -were' not
the same and varied.

The criminal process was then re

sorted to, and the outcome of this

case is looked to with interest, some
of Augusta's moneyed men, among

them George R. Lombard, and L. S.

Arrington, owner of the Lombard

Iron Works and proprietor of one of

the largest wholesale feed houses of

this city, are behind the movement

to put the ban on saloons.

Shortly after the raid upon the

Metropole, at which there were suf

ficient liquors of different brands.

some of it bottled, in bond, round

there was a raid made upon the Al

bion Hotel bar. Literally there was

a raid, but in no sense does this word

mean that there was a seizing of all
of the stock of goods, as neither the
Albion or Metropole bars closed for
an hour, and 'are still operating in
full blast.
The injunction method was at attempted
tempted attempted against the Albion, along
the line of the recent ruling of the
Supreme Court. Attorney W. In In-man
man In-man Curry in the employ of the Citi Citizen's
zen's Citizen's Committee, prosecuted the Al Albion
bion Albion Hotel, holding that the Albion
Hotel had once pleaded guilty to vio violating
lating violating the prohibition law, and con contended
tended contended that under the law no bar
could be operated by any person who
had once been found guilty of op operating
erating operating a saloon in violation of the
prohibition law.

This case came up before Judge
Hammond, who reserved his decision
until Christmas Eve, when he hand

ed down an order reading that the
Albion hotel should be restrained
from operating in violation of law.
The hotel bar was served with no notice
tice notice to this effect, but ..never closed
its doors, and the familiar brands
crossed the counter uninterrupted.
The "joker" in the decision was that
the hotel bar should bo restrained
from operating further in "violation

of law."
Then the vice crusade extended to
other lines of vice than the traffic in
liquor. The new civil service com commission,
mission, commission, on which there are three
members of the old police commis

sion, began a series of raids on the
168 gambling houses. Last Saturday
night six negro gambling houses were
"pulled."
None of the white gambling dens
of this city were disturbed, but as
this upon the negro gambling houses
has been a forewarning to them,
doubtless when the police commence
their raids upon these places they
will find that the birds have flown.
However, Saturday night'a raids
have been mildly published with -no
mention of. a crusade against them
being mentioned. It is expected that
the raids will continue next Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.

peelally appropriate as Florida has

always been known as "the jo.ud of
flowers."
Lei us get together and senc a

representation to Tampa that will
reOeet credit on our town and sec-ire
for this section the best and cheapest
advertising that we could possibly
get.

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ward for any case of Catarrh

cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh

Cure F. J Cheney & Co.

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We, the undersigned, have known

F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years

ana believe him perfectly honora

in all business transactions and
ancially able to carry out any obi
tions made by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,

Toledo, Ohid

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter

nally, acting directly upon the blbod

and mucous surfaces of the svstbm

Testimonials sent free. Price 75"

per bottle. Sold by all druggists

Take Hall's Family Pills for eon

stipation. A6.W

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CONCORDIA LODGE F. 77. OF

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal iMion
of America, meets in Yonge's jlall

on the second Thursday evening of

each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.!M.

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions

held erery Monday at 7:30 p. mj. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams. Carhsle

SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
TWENTY-OiME-MEAX, TICKETS, $5.25.
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Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking ot
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.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all through the season.
That is the way to save on your ice bill. f
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drugstore. A cordial welcome to

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A foul, disagreeable breath,
circles around the eyes, at times

erish, with great thirst, cheeks flush

ed and then pale, abdomen swollen i

with sharp cramping pains are

indications of worms. Don'

your child suffer Kickapoo -Worm

Killer will give sure relief it kills
the worms while its laxative ffect
adds greatly to the health of your
child by removing the dangejrous
and disagreeable effect of worms and
parasites from the system. Kickapoo
Worm Killer as a health producer,

should be in every household. Per

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25. cents. All druggists or by

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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets will be on sale from all points on the Atlantic
Coast Line to all points South of the Ohio and Potomac
and East of the Mississippi Rivers, including Washington,
Cincinnati, Evansviile and Cairo, for all trains December
17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25 and 31 and January 1 limited
rpl liming .Tnnnnrv fi: and to manv noints in thp Nnrthwpct

and Southwest on December 20 21 and 22, limited return-jnyto

ing January lb Also to tvey west ana Havana, Dec. 14 14-18
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
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. TAMPA,

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class

place to take your meals. Open pight

ana day. J. ti. Dewey, proprie

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The Gasparilla Carnival to be Held
in Tampa February 21-24th
The Gasparilla Carnival to be held
in Tampa in February is going to be
something different from any carni carnival
val carnival or celebration ever held in this
state and it is the wish of the pro promoters
moters promoters that every town from Ocala
and Sanford south, participate in
this carnival.
The Gasparilla Carnival Associa Association
tion Association was organized by the business
men of the city of Tampa for the
purpose of advertising Tampa and
South Florida and attracting the at attention
tention attention of thousands of people from
all sections of the United States and
Canada to this section of the state

T. C. WHITE, G. P. A., Wilmington, N. C.

this season of the year and for the
people of Florida. As we are all
mutually interested in this section of
the state, it is the duty of every town
to make this celebration their cele celebration
bration celebration and participate in the carni carnival
val carnival either by floats, committees, dec decorated
orated decorated automobiles or in some raan-

Who wants to take salts, or castor
oil, when there is nothing Tpetter

than Dr. King's New Life Pil

all bowel troubles. They act gently

and naturally on the stomach and

liver, stimulate and regulate

bowels and tone up the entire

tern. Price 25 cents. At. all
gists. II. E. Bucklen & Co.,

delphia or St. Louis.

the

sys-

drug,

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MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
I

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19,1 F. &
A. M. meets on the first and j third

Thursday evenings of each md"jth at

7:30 o'clock, until further notice,

C E. Simmons, W.! M.

. Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

carce

OCALA SEED STORE
String beans are positively

this season, and we advise thdt you

put your orders in early. Seed bouses

Lave all cut their orders down

1000 Loads Ready for Delivery.

HOME

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Work

Jacksonville's Finest
AND
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take. your Mother, Wife or Sister
Home Hotel of the State

to :

RATES
European Plan $1.50Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
Jacksonville, Florida

r

-cr cent and lowoi

12-19 tf

OPEN DAT AND IGnTi

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

i

corner, ileais a la carte ana luncnes

at any hour. Adv.

The Ocala Seed Store is headquar

ters for
f ods

best poultry and

12-19

Nothing nicer for a little rimem

brance than a
nice calendar.

Kodak picture
We have the

dars for all sizes of pictures &t 15c

each. Gerig's Drug Store 13

The largest shipment of Nlmnal

ly's Candies that ever came to

just in at Geri"'3 Drugstore li

to 50

stock

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caien-

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Ocala,

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ff you want something to make
ycur hens lay. ccme to the j Ocala
Seed Store 12-li-tf.

Nunnally's the standard

South, Liggett's the standard
North, either of these candies
had in Ocala at Gerig's two

only.

bf the

bf the

to be
stores

12-5-tf

The best line of Sachet Powders
we have ever shown is now In stock
at Gerig's Drug Store 12-15 tf

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'
ing only 50 per c:nt. 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-ld-tf

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

K. of P. meet Monday night.

A. M. BOBBITT
NEW AND SECOND HAND
Furniture
Bought and Sold;
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Baggies, Harness, Beds and
lledding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc
Phone 481
319 S. Ulain Street, Ocala, Ha

COAST LINE'S TIME CARD

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
d. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., airives 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.
Northbound
No. '38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a.
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
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. 4 0 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
ia., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.

Call phone 291 if yoa wish to ex exchange
change exchange furniture. ll-20-tt



SIX

THE OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. 1914

Julia Webb of Kendrick, went to
Gainesville today to be present at a
state meeting of the Eastern Star to
be held there tonight.
Rev. Campbell Gray to Move to Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin Rev. Campbell Gray who, from his
early boyhood, has held the warm

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? OOAT.A SOOTAL AFFATRS

(If you have any iterri3 for this department call phone 106)

lieantiful Japanese Party Given by

; MUs SUn all

Miss Minnie Stovall was the arivpt

hostess entertaining yesierqay irom
3 to 5:30 o'clock at a beautifully ap

pointed card party which was plan planed
ed planed especially in honor of her cousin,
Miss Geneva Stovall of Mayfield, Ky.,
who will be her- feted guest during

NjnjiaxS
The handsome Howse residence,
"which has been the scene of so many
lovely parties, was exquisitely dec decorated,
orated, decorated, the entire lower floor being
used for the nine tables of cards.
Japanese decorations were used ex exclusively.
clusively. exclusively. The chandeliers were all
twined with green foliage and the
lights were encased in Japanese lan lanterns.
terns. lanterns. Bamboo, chrysanthemums
and cherry branches, pink with
bloom, were lavishly used and ar arranged
ranged arranged with striking effect and
beauty.
The guests were met at the front
door by a pretty Japanese maiden,
Miss Hope Robinson, who wore an
old rose silk kimona and carried a
small Japanese umbrella. Chrysan Chrysanthemums
themums Chrysanthemums and small fans were ar arranged
ranged arranged in her hair.
Miss Stovall and Miss Geneva Sto Stovall
vall Stovall received in the bay window of
the reception hall, which had been
converted into a picturesque garden.
With them were three pretty visit visiting
ing visiting girls. Miss Lola McClure of Shel Shel-byville,
byville, Shel-byville, Ky., Miss Ethel Harrell of
Roanoke, Va., and Miss Bernice
Wright of Macon, Ga. Each of the
young ladies wore handsome kimonas
with an obi to match and in their
coiffure, arranged Japanese style,
were chrysanthemums and fans. They
were seated on eushions and held lit little
tle little umbrellas.
In the back library, beneath an
enormous umbrella, Misses Bettie
Wray Mclver and Mary Burford, in
elaborately embroidered Japanese
kimonas, poured tea .while the guests
were arriving. The appointments of
the tea table were all Japanese and
.with the beverage was' passed Jap Japanese
anese Japanese wafers.
The tables for fan-tan, a favorite
game among the Japs,, were placed
in the reception hall, library, living
room and dining room and scores
were kept on hand-painted cards
with M. L. S., the hostess' initials,
painted beside the little Japanese
views. Puffed rice was used for
chips which are required for the
game and on the tables were candies

which were enjoyed between games.
The successful player was Miss Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, who received a beautifully
bound copy of "Madam Butterfly."
A like copy was presented the guest
of honor.
Chicken salad in chrysanthemum
cases, pimento aspic, beaten biscuit,
salted pecans, almonds and olives
with tea was served at the conclus conclusion
ion conclusion of the games.
Those present to enjoy the after afternoon
noon afternoon with the Misses Stovall were,
besides the young ladies -already

mentioned. Misses Alice Bullock,
Josie Bullock, Marie von Engelken,
Eugenia Fuller, Janet Weathers,
Virginia Sistrunk, Hester Dewey,
Nellie Gottlieb, Adele Bittinger,
Mary McDowell, Ruby Gissendaner,
Dorothy Schreiber, Clara Johnson,

Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. J. C. Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs.
J. M. Stoeckle of Pittsburg, Mrs.
Violet Powers, Mrs. E. M. Howard,

Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd,

Mrs. Leon Fishel, Mrs. C B. Ayer,
Mrs, George Ford, Mrs. R. C. Mun-

caster, Mrs. G. T. Maughs, Mrs. Jack

Rentz, Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. D. E.

Mclver and Miss Marguerite Porter

joined the players during the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Entertained the
Evening Card Club
Mr. and Mrs. Chrales S. Cullen de delightfully
lightfully delightfully entertained the Evening
Married Auction Club last night.
Playing at the five tables were Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Mr. and
Mrs. G. K. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
D. S. Woodrow, Mr. and Mrs. T. T.
Munroe, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal,
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gerig, Miss
Emily Stotesbury, Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Lloyd, Mrs. George Ford, Mrs. X.
Hickman, Miss Meta Jewett, Mr.
Stephen Jewett and Mr. Cullen. Sev Several
eral Several progressions of auction were
played and when final counts were
compared the gentleman's prize, a
brass ash tray, was awarded to Mr.
Lloyd, and the ladies' prize, a box
of embroidered handkerchiefs, to
Mrs. Lloyd. Mr. Chazal and Mrs.
Woodrow won the consolation prizes,
a match holder and striker and a

i dainty bar pin. Mr. Jewett and Miss

Jewett won the visitors' prize, a
deck of cards and a box of bon-bons.
Concluding the lovely evening
Mrs. Cullen served their guests to
fruit marshmellow dainty, cake and
coffee.
u
Entertainment for 3Irs. Carney

friendship of many here, expects to
leave the end of this month with his
family for Rhinelander, Wisconsin,
having been appointed by Bishop
Weller of the diocese of Fond du Lac
to take charge of St. Augustine's
church at that place.
Dean Gray has spent the past ten
years, from the time he entered the

ministry, in very active missionary
service in southern Florida, and his
departure for another field is keenly
regretted both here and elsewhere.
Mrs. Gray and the children will also
be greatly missed, their presence
here during Dean Gray's temporary
charge of the Cathedral having given
much pleasure to both relatives and
friends. Orlando Sentinel.
Miss Tillie Pasteur is the guest for
a few days of her sister, Mrs. C. S.
Cullen.
Mrs. X. A. Carter of Gainesville is
in the city, the guest of her son, Mr.
T. C. Carter.
Miss Bessie Scher, who has been
quite sick, is recovering, and will
soon be out again.
Mrs. Ed Xix and children are
guests of relatives at Cocoa, and will
remain there until early spring.

TEACHERS IV CURA

The following taken from the Mi Miami
ami Miami Metropolis will be read with in-

terest by the friends of those who
i went to Cuba from Ocala. 1

"Royally" is the one worI used
unanimously by the teachers of Flor Florida;
ida; Florida; including those of Dade coun county,
ty, county, to describe the manner in which
they were entertained in Cuba dur-

Tampa Times, 9th: Saturday aft-! ing" their trip there, which followed

ernoon Mrs. J. W. Roberts and Mrs. j the meeting of the teachers' associa associa-Y.
Y. associa-Y. R. Beasley will entertain at the j tion in Key West. Most of the peda-

Tampa Bay hotel in compliment to 1 gogues returned yesterday, tired but
Mrs. E- L. Carney of Ocala, who islhnppy, and declaring that never had

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. FCRT, Prcpiiclor
lYcstlxpo illn Hi(cf.
Phone 291.

visiting Mrs. Park.
Mrs. Carney has- been shown a
number of delightful social favors
since coming to Tampa and the affair
the most enjoyable.
Miss Bullock Hostess of Card Club
Miss Josephine Bullock was the
lovely hostess, entertaining the fort fortnightly
nightly fortnightly evening card club of which
she Is a member at its regular meet meeting
ing meeting last evening.
Playing at the three tables arrang arranged
ed arranged in the dining room were Misses
Gertie Peyser, Ruby Gissendaner,
Kathleen Jackson, Fanny Robinson,
Eugenia Fuller, Bettie Mclver,
Messrs. W. V. Newsom, Jr., Tom
Pasteur, T. D. Lancaster, Alfred
Beck, Tom Sykes of Tampa and Nel Nelson
son Nelson Geise. Eight hands of auction
were played after which several
other friends dropped in and danc dancing
ing dancing was enjoyed until quite late.
The 'club prize, a box of dainty
handkerchiefs, was won by Miss
Peyser and the visitor's prizes were
won by Miss Mclver and Mr. Beck,
the former receiving a pretty atom atomizer
izer atomizer and the latter a pocket manicur manicuring
ing manicuring set.
Those coming in for the dance

were Misses Bernice Wright, Geneva
Stovall, Blanche Mizelle, Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Jr., Whit Palmer, Carlisle Izlar,
Goodwin Mixon, W. B. Gallagher,
Duncan McDonald and his mother,
Mrs. McDonald.

During the evening
served her guests to
sters with mushrooms

Miss Bullock
creamed oy oy-on
on oy-on toast, din-

greater courtesy been shown anyone
than the government of the little
island republic had extended to
them.
The teachers were treated as
though they might have been direct
representatives of the United States
government, and all of the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment was, provided free, Including
trips to all points of interest in Ha
vana, to Matanzas, seventy miles
away, to the famous Moro castle
and, in fact, every place which would
possibly be interesting. As the
boat entered the harbor a band was
at the dock to welcome the visitors
with music. They were placed in
carriages and taken about the city.
The president of the republic or ordered
dered ordered that his own private auto automobile
mobile automobile and yacht should be placed
at the disposal of some of the offi officials
cials officials of the association, and this
courtesy was taken advantage of.
According to W. B. Owen, prin principal
cipal principal of the Miami schools, the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban government must have spent
several thousand dollars in enter entertaining
taining entertaining the teachers. 'They saw
many things, they state, which other otherwise
wise otherwise would have been been missed,
either from ignorance of their exist existence
ence existence or because of the expense. Such
reception and good time was totally
unexpected and this, they declare,
added much to the fun.

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LACES : Filmy, Soft and Beautiful and best of all
Newest, Latest, Most Stylish

SHADOW and NET
All Widths
INSERTIONS
Most Dainty, Matches, all Edges
TORCHONS

New Designs, All Beaii'if ul
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Edges and Insertions

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Embroideries : Very Beautiful, they are especially
stylish this! season. ''...
VOIL and CREPE FLOUNCES
i 18, 27 and 45 In.
NARROW CONVENT EDGES
NOVELTY EDGES and INSERTIONS

ALL OVER
From 50 cents to $2

Special Reduction: Long Cloth, Table Linen, and Dollies

Masters CdDo

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unclassified! ads
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Lost, Found, Wanted, for Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT Furnishejd rooms.
Call at No. 515 E. Adams $t. 12-31 tf
WANTED A small roll! top desk;
must be in good repair apd low in
price. Address H. D., care Evening
Star. !l2-31-6t
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RESIDENCE FOR REN? A sev-en-room
residence, all mlodern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4 th. Apply to Geo.J. Blitch,
at Commercial Bank. 10-31-tJ
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FOR SALE Eggs for patching;
S. C. White Leghorns from jlvy Poul Poultry
try Poultry Farm, breeders. Telephone 2 3M.
J. G. Lurvey, Ocala, Fla. j-3-6t

FOR RENT OR SALE

ner biscuit, olives, pickles and coffee
and during the dance refreshing
fruit punch was served.
For Mrs. Carney
Tampa Tribune: Mrs. W. C. Mac Mac-Fadden
Fadden Mac-Fadden entertained informally at
auction bridge in honor of Mrs. E.
L. Carney, of Ocala,' yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Cut flowers were arranged
in the rooms. No prizes were given.
The guest of honor received a dainty
emerald chain as a souvenir. A salad
course and accessories was charm charmingly
ingly charmingly served.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Davis left
today for a visit to their home place
at Summerfield.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith Ashe and
bright little boys Earl and Gardner,

have returned to their home in
Union, S. C, having enjoyed a ten ten-days
days ten-days visit with Mrs. Ashe's father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Gardner.
Mrs. H. H. MacDonald arrived in
Ocala yesterday from Witchita,
Kansas, and will spend some time
visiting her son Mr. J. D. MacDonald.
c
Mrs. Jake Brown, Mrs. H. A.
Kramer of this city, and Mrs. J. B.
Webb, Mrs. B. C. Webb and Miss

ST. MARGARET'S GUILD
St. Margaret's Guild will hold an
important meeting Monday afternoon
at 3 o'clock (Jan. 12th) at the home
or" Mrs. Camsby. All members are
urged to be present.

wo mod-

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

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The Blesch Barber Shop has
30w moved from the Thomp Thompson
son Thompson Building to the new, and
elegant appointed quarters in
the Harrington Hall Hotel,
where the best of service a a-waits
waits a-waits our old as well as new
patrons.
W. F. BLESCH
PROPRIETOR

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t.n, five-room bungalows, attractive

ly built and fitted with all; modern

;nveuience3. Apply to Di. Chace,
Solder block, or D. sWel4h, Ocala
Lumber & Supply Co.' jl'-lS-lm

RAGS WANTED The Star office
will buy CLEAN COTTON rags for
jse in cleaning up presses and ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. ,12-12-tf

We arc
Well Pleased
With 1913
Business
And we trust that our efforts to
please you daring the year have met
with your entire approval,
. For the liberal patronage accord accorded
ed accorded us we thank you.
During 1914 we shall continue to
make every endeavor to please you.
To this end all we ask is a trial
if you are not numbered among our
pa I rons.
E.G. RIVERS

Gents Furnishings

I1AHRINGTON COKXKU
. ocaLa, fla.

99

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FOR RENT A five rooni" cottage
on corner of South 4th and Orange
streets; possession will be given at

itt, 310
Gt

once. Apply to A. M. Bob
South Main street. 12-30

FOR SALE A large,

Florida-

hauling

1. Also

raised mule; suitable for

and a splendid farm anima

a surry and harness in goold condi condition
tion condition orill hp snl.i senaratellv if de-

viv - i
sired. Phone 37M, or address P. O.

Box 90, Ocala, Fla. -:-oi

FOR RENT Four room jflat, ev every
ery every modern convenience. Pjhone 97
or call at 603 East 2nd. St., j l-2-3t
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FOR SALE Thoroughbred Duroc
bear about 11 months-old. j Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. Address, W. E. Park,
general delivery, Ocala. l-p-6t

FOR RENT Office rooms in the
Smith building. Apply to M. J.
Rcess, Ocala, Fla. 1-6-1 2t

ROOMS Furnished and unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, for rent. Suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. O. L.
r&chelder, 30S W. Broadway. lS-6t

lorscs a -lite

I have on" hand at all times
ct the barns and lot on West
Exposition St., (Broadway) a
big drove of first class horses
and mules for you to make
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally In
the markets. I will guarantee
to give you as good stock at
as low price as can be had in
the state. Every animal Is
warranted to be as represented.

1111. QUo
Phpne 3S6

Mdhwplls

OCALA, FLORIDA

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THE OCAiiA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY. JANUARY 9. 1914

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The thrifty business man of today can be
ity of his stationery and the way it is printed.

picked out by the gual-

The progressive merchant knows he must keep the public eye
upon his business and the only way to accomplish this is by advertising.

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milt i'!. i ill 1:1

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that when you had a house to rent you approached
every man you met and told him so. how long d'you
think your house would remain vacant ?
suppose
that you had lost a fine watch on the streets and ask asked
ed asked everyone you saw whether they had picked it up.
what chance do you think you'd have of recovering it?
suppose
that you had a desirable lot of household furniture for
sale and told the women folks about it on the streets,
how long would you remain outside the "Nut Club" ?
suppose
that you have just received a fine line of the latest
styles in men's clothing and depend on your friends
making it public, wouldn't you likely be left with the
lot in stock at the end of the season ?
suppose ?!ivV
that you inserted ,an ad in The Evening Star, which
is read every 1d( (except Sunday) by practically
every white f fnily in Ocala. wouldn't you be reason reasonably
ably reasonably certain ofllnguiries if your proposition had merit ?
you'll reach morepeople in a day than you could by a
personal talk in a -month, and with less expense and

effort

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suppose
that you call Phoiie 51 and have our representative
call oh you.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR

(dl(D(D)Il(Ey says

"whmiver jannywan offers t'give you somethin'

f'r notoin', or somethin' fr less than it's wurrth, or

more f'r somethin' than it's wurrth don't take anny

chances yell ff r a polishmon"

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CHRISTIAN' HOME i a?k every citizen to stand by us with

ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED this home.

! We kindly ask the ministers add

Editor Star: The Christian Home business men and every one else to
Association is a religious body of ; help as keep open this home- 11 s
. . 'open at all times to the public an;d
people who have given their lives to . j
j tc the poor girl. Anything you have
the service of God and the people, pIease let us know at either of tt,e
rendering assistance to those in papers or through the mail. Any Any-poverty
poverty Any-poverty and distress, visiting the sick j thing will be thankfully received.

any hour of the dav or night, visiting Make a11 checks Pable to either If.
t f f t j W. Price or W. E. Holman.
depots and police stations to help the; v,. nL

stranded woman or girl. , r
.... s favors shown us, we remain,

a uae upeiieu uij a nume to pro-,
tect mother's innocent girl when she

i comes to our city without money and
i I
j no one to protect her from the snares I
iof the wicked, at 412 S. Pond street.!
Won't you rally to our assistance

Yours respectfully,
Rev. B. W. Price and Wife.
412 S. Pond St., Ocala.
A man who makes a blu3

ar-.fi rioln no in toon n r nnon dnnr tr TlllStl in? succeeds in making others

5 i fhp nnnr mntfiprps cri rl aim to tha Tt-vrf

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Address

CALA EEMNG STAR,

Ocala, Florida

j widow and the little children whose 1
I father is either dead or in prison?'
1 Help us; do not turn a deaf ear tor
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LOCK
By CHARLES EDMONDS WALK
Author of "The Silver Blade,"
"The Paternoster Ruby," etc
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(Copyritbt 1912 by A. C McClorf Co.)
CHAPTER IX.
A Disappearance.
If Miss Carew had planned to over overwhelm
whelm overwhelm Capt Tom Phlnney with
amazement at her disclosure, she must
have been eminently well pleased with
I the result; in point of fact, she made
no enort to conceal ner amusement;
but in a moment a change came over
him that at first startled and next dis dismayed
mayed dismayed her, for something had hap happened
pened happened that she had not foreseen and
could not comprehend now.
First of all it occurred to him, that
if this was Paige Carew, then nothing
whatever had happened to her, be because
cause because there was no mistaking the fact
that she was a free agent; there
could be, therefore, no claeh of inter-
"God! How I Do Love You!"
ests, or else if the alternative were
true she was allied with Max Willard
and against her uncle and guardian,
and against her cousin and her be betrothed!
trothed! betrothed! This was the flash of mem memory
ory memory that now crushed him.
But in any event, doubt of the regu regularity
larity regularity of Willard's enterprise was defi definitely
nitely definitely removed, and the mystery be became
came became fraught with a deeper and a
weightier significance than he had
dreamed of. It was not for him to
meddle with.
But, Ruddy how narrowly Tom had
escaped treachery to their friendship!
It was an unspeakably bitter moment
for him; but by degrees he assumed a
certain dignity that was new to the
girl, and it promptly dampened her
merry humor.
"Captain Phlnney -Tom! she ex exclaimed.
claimed. exclaimed. "What is it? What have I
done?
He smiled a bit wistfully.
"You? Nothing. All that has hap happened
pened happened is that I've made a natural born
damned fool of myself as I usually
do where women are concerned."
She stared at him blankly, uncom uncom-prehendingly.
prehendingly. uncom-prehendingly. "Honor bright," she presently de declared,
clared, declared, "I do not understand. I cannot
see why you should be so affected."
He. reached forward with a quick,
Impulsive motion and caught one of
her wrists.
"I suppose it means nothing to you
that I have learned to love you. 1
suppose it m-rvus nothing to you that
you are the fiancee of my best friend,
and that I must give you up. I sup
pose it means nothing to you that I
will keep right on loving you because
I can't help myself, but must" put on a
grin to hide it from him from every everybody.
body. everybody. God! How I do love you! I
have the satisfaction, anyhow, of
knowing that you know it."
Her regard had remained steadfast steadfastly
ly steadfastly locked with his throughout this im impassioned
passioned impassioned tirade, nor did it waver now.
Gently she told him:
"You are hurting me, Tom."
In a swift revulsion of feeling, he
dropped her hand.
"Forgive me!" he begged. "I am be
side myself. A fellow can't get used
to a thing like this all in a minute.
But, believe me, Miss Carew, I'll never
bother you again." It's all been like a
fairy dream from the second I first
heard your voice as I stood blindfold blindfolded
ed blindfolded before you; when you came to me
where I lay helpless in the dark, and
yet could not see your face; when you
led me out into the night and left me,
still blindfolded; when we cadfe faie
to face here well, it seems that I have
been blindfolded all along until this
moment; but I don't want to forget a
single detail of my dream. Now, I am
awake
She surprised him with an abrupt
cry of impatience, emphasized with a
stamp of one foot. Her eyes were
snapping.
"Tom Phinney! Stop that sort of
talk. You make me tired!"
"Pardon me." He bowed politely. "I
have nothing more to say."
"Well, I have." All at once her
voice broke. "You are the stupidest,
most exasperating man I ever knew!
And I I don't know whether to
laugh or or cry!" And doing both,
she darted suddenly from the room.
Miss Carew had not heen gone a
minute before the stranger he had ac accosted
costed accosted the previous day appeared in
the doorway.
"Can I have a word with you, cap captain?"
tain?" captain?" said the man.
Tom was impatient of any interrup interruption
tion interruption just at this Juncture. He favored

; xncraaer wicn a scowi ana Oluntly
asked him what he wanted.
The man stepped inside and closed
the door.
"I have learned," said he, "that no
one is allowed to go ashore; I dont
particularly mind about that; but i
came away rather hurriedly, and I
would like to send a message to my
my people. Would there be any objec objection
tion objection to that?"
The fellow's manner was furtive
and clandestine, and Tom was a bit
puzzled. Before he could reply, the
other drew a sealed envelope from his
pocket and laid it on the table, and
apon this he laid a ten-dollar bill.
"Whoever takes that letter ashore,"
said the man, "and finds a trustworthy
messenger who will deliver it right
away, can split the ten-spot with him;
a flivver's not picked up for an hour's
easy work every day, but it's worth
something to keep one's folks from
worrying."
Sweeping aside the bill, Tom me mechanically
chanically mechanically picked up the envelope and
glanced at it.
He did not start or betray by any
sign that the address gave him a dis distinct
tinct distinct shock of surprise; his suscepti susceptibilities
bilities susceptibilities were become calloused to any
fresh sensations of this nature; but
nevertheless he was amazed to see
that the name upon the envelope was
none other than Mr. Phineas Flint's.
The street number which Tom could
not identify was police headquarters.
"My uncle," explained the man,
glibly.
Very carefully Tom replaced the en envelope
velope envelope and upon top of it the bill;
then he leaned back and fixed the man
with a look.
"See here," he demanded with ab abrupt
rupt abrupt authority, "just how do you come
to be on this yacht, anyhow?"
The man's countenance expressed
astonishment. "Hasn't Mr. Willard
told you?" he asked.

"It makes no difference what Mr.
Willard has told me I'm asking you
This abrupt manner left the man un
ruffled.
"Why, it was this way," he eaid
easily. "My uncle learned Thursday
that Mr. Willard was in town, looking
for a young man to take the place of
somebody that had been hurt; I was
wanting a job, and he put me wise to
It. Mr. Willard was in something of a
hurry, and it didn't take us long to
strike a bargain."
This explanation was illuminating.
It required but a second's reflection to
array the whole thing clear in Tom's
mind and at the same time definitely
fix the man's status.
Flint at last had struck Willard's
trail; the latter's urgent 'need to find
a 'man to take Callis' place had in
some manner come to the detective's
ears, and he had been quick to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of it. Flint knew in a gen general
eral general way what Willard wanted, and
had hastily picked a Central office
man that would fill the requirements.
Manifestly there had been no time to
post him; he was expected to com communicate
municate communicate with Flint as soon as the
quarry was located hence the letter.
Tom was guided to a epeedy de decision
cision decision by several considerations. To
antagonize this man might mean the
upsetting of Willard's plans at the
very moment of their fulfillment; to
retain his good will would leave a rep representative
resentative representative of the adverse interests on
the premises, who could frustrate Wil Willard
lard Willard if the latter's schemes really were
to interfere. It would be the detect detective's
ive's detective's role to wait and watch, and as
John Callis' substitute he would be
given excellent opportunities to learn
what was going on.
"Sit down," said Tom presently. As
the man obeyed, he stood up and,
thrusting his hands into his jacket
pockets, coolly surveyed the other.
"It happens," he went on; "that I
know 'your uncle' pretty well myself."
The man gave him a quick, sharp
glance, but said nothing. "I would ad-
; vise you not to attempt to send that
letter ashore. It's my opinion that you
can serve Flint's ends better by doing
just what Willard has employed you to
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iara s suspicions. i ou wm earn a
thousand dollars, won't you?"
"So Willard promised." returned the
man.
"You may depend on it," Tom as assured
sured assured him. "I have known for some
time that Flint was looking for Wil Willard
lard Willard and more especially for John
Callis"
The detective sharply interjected:
"He's on this yacht right now dis

abled. That's why you happen to be
here; you were hired to take his place.
IH see to it that he doesn't get away ;
from you. Strikes me you have oppor-;
tunities that old Flint would appreci appreciate."
ate." appreciate." j
The man no longer tried to dissem dissemble.
ble. dissemble. "I eee that you have me spotted all
right Cornelius is my name. WTiat's
the game? Phineas had no time to
put me wise." j
"He couldn't have told you so very
much," replied Tom "little more than
I can myself. I am not in Willard's
confidence, but I have the best of rea reasons
sons reasons for knowing that whatever it is
he's up to, it is strictly on the level."
"H'm-m-m," Cornelius mused, "that
makes my position a bit difficult,
doesn't it?"
"Not particularly so. All you have
to do is play fair. If anything crooli crooli-ed
ed crooli-ed shows up you can count on my as assistance.
sistance. assistance. But the orders are strict
about going and coming, and you
couldn't expect me to make an excep exception
tion exception of you, Flint or anybody else. On
my side, I shall say nothing to Wil Willard
lard Willard about you."
Cornelius picked up both bill and
letter, returning the first to his pocket
and tearing the eecond into tiny bits.
"Flint will be all up in the air over
not hearing from me," he .remarked;
"but if I can't, I can't. You have the
dead-wood on me now. Have you any
idea what was in that box they
brought aboard last night?"
"Not the slightest," returned Tom.
"It looked a whole lot like a coffin.'
Tom filled and lighted his pipe,
while Mr. Cornelius sat and watched
him intently. As the same idea bd
occurred to the first-named, he could
not disparage it now. Cornelius broke
the silence:
"Coffins, you know, are only used
when there are dead people to put in
them. Any cadavers around here that
you've noticed?"
"You're a nice cheerful chap, be believe
lieve believe me," retorted Tom. "No, there
are none. It can't be Callis, because
he's getting well saw him less than
an hour ago."
"Just suppose," Cornelius went on
meditatively, "that Willard is expect expecting
ing expecting somebody to die at a given time,
say
"Hang it all!" Tom cut in. "You
don't think the man is plotting delib deliberate
erate deliberate murder, do you?"
Cornelius did not say what he
thought. He sat considering.
"Well," he said at last, rising, "I
guess I'll have to take your word for it
that everything is all right until I eee
'different. But a coffin" he shook his
head dubiously "it don't look good to
me." Whereupon he took his depar departure.
ture. departure. Shortly after nightfall Tom saw Wil Willard
lard Willard and the man Cornelius board the
launch and go ashore, and he watched
them with a quickened sense of antici anticipation.
pation. anticipation. "If that sleuth is worth a darn," he
reflected, "now is his chance to get
word to Flint."
He did not witness their return, but
about an hour later he had a glimpse
of Cornelius and one ef the other
young men, garbed in eoiled and worn
overalls and jumpers, like a pair of
stevedores.
Somewhere around half-past nine,
the coffin-shaped box once more ap appeared.
peared. appeared. But now, instead of two men, all four
. of Willard's retainers were carrying it.
Indeed, it would scarcely be too much
to say that they staggered with it, so
heavy had it grown, and so marked
was the contrast between the ease and
indifference with which it had been
brought aboard, and the extreme cau caution
tion caution with which it was being handled
now.
Willard's "patent explosive Sashed in into
to into Tom's mind. After all, was it not
possible that he was about to perpe perpetrate
trate perpetrate some appalling disaster, and
that Paige and Jessie had been won
over to whatever extreme mistaken
principles he justified his conduct by,
so that they to believed them to be
right and high-minded? With an im imminent
minent imminent sense of the man's powerful in individuality
dividuality individuality strong upon him, the idea,
hideous as it was, was not altogether
impossible.
Willard was himself superintending
the box's conveyance with such anx anxious
ious anxious regard and solicitude that Tom's
misgivings swept over him again, in intensified
tensified intensified a hundredfold.
WTith no clearly defined purpose in
mind, he involuntarily stepped up to
the gangway, as they began to nego negotiate
tiate negotiate the diflicult descent of the accommodation-steps.
"You need more help there, don't
you?" he demanded.
Willard barred his progress with a
suddenly extended arm.
"No, no," he returned quickly,
"These men have been carefully in instructed;
structed; instructed; they know just what to do.
and how to do it,"
Nevertheless it was with a disquiet disquieting
ing disquieting feeling of apprehension that he
watched the long box lowered careful carefully
ly carefully into the launch, which was immedi immediately
ately immediately cast off and allowed to drift with
th current into the darkness before
the motor was started. None of the
crew accompanied it on this trip, and
as once before, it went down-stream
Instead of across to the landing.
j What was the meaning of it all, any any-hcrw?
hcrw? any-hcrw? What strange operations were
' going on in his very presence that he
should remain eo ignorant of them?
J He walked aft to the taffrail, upon

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had vanished, until roused by a touch
upon his arm and the voice of Jessie
Willard. She spoke with an agitation
that had an electrifying effect upon
him.
"Captain Phinney, do you know
where Miss Carew Is?"
"Why, I haven't seen her all eve evening,"
ning," evening," he-returned. "I supposed .she
was in her room or with you?" :
The girl all at once seemed to
shrink with a sudden unnerving fear.
"She's not in her room!" she cried.
"I thought she was, but she has not
been. Neither have I seen her not
since dinner." There was a pause.
"Didn't she go ashore?" Jessie pres presently
ently presently faltered.
'.'No," Tom replied.
How long the ensuing silence lasted,
while they stood staring helplessly in into
to into each other's eyes, and by degrees
realized the significance of the girl's
absence, neither of them afterwards
ever knew.
They first looked into every likely
place that might conceal a girl, terror
and dread growing with each step that
brought nothing to light. Tom scarce scarcely
ly scarcely noted an elderly lady who joined
them and in a soothing manner, tried
to compose the almost hysterical girl.
As for Tom, he was from the very
first torn with an awful, unspeakable
fear, bet he acted with a dispatch and
directness that left no possibility neg neglected.
lected. neglected. Their own hurried but nevertheless
quite thorough search proving ineffec ineffective,
tive, ineffective, all hands were called, and the
Kohinur had such a fine-combing as
must have brought to light the small smallest
est smallest of lost articles, to say nothing of
a young lady.
Then, in disregard of express in instructions,
structions, instructions, both search-lights were
brought into play', which explored with
fingers of dazzling light every inch
of the river's surface for miles down downstream,
stream, downstream, while all the Kohinur's boats
plied hither and thither in the quest,
But it was all of no use; not the
slightest trace of the missing girl was
to be found: Yet Jessie, with her elder elderly
ly elderly companion, hoping in the face of de despairing
spairing despairing certainty, watched and "waited
until the last boat returned.
The girl'3 overwrought nerves gave
way as Tom, haggard and almost
frenzied, approached. Clinging to the
other woman, she sank weakly into a
deck-chair, her body convulsed with
6obs.
"Aunt Jo," she gasped, "we must
tell Mr. Phinney everything."
"Yes, yes, we must tell him take
him fully into our confidence," she re returned.
turned. returned. "But you must try to com compose
pose compose yourself, -my dear. Captain Phin Phinney
ney Phinney will assist you to your room."
"Oh, Aunt Jo! Aunt Jo!" moaned
Jessie. "We shall never see her again!
I can't stand it!- Papa, oh, why
The word3 were lost in a sudden un uncontrollable
controllable uncontrollable fit of weeping.
At this juncture Tom was awakened
from his hopeless lethargy, by a hail
from the river. He ran to the head of
the accommodation-steps, where Mer Mercer
cer Mercer was parleying with some one in a
boat.
"Who is it?" demanded Tom brush brushing
ing brushing his first mate aside.
"That you," Phinney?" a familiar
voice came up out of the darkness.
"This is Flint."
(Continued Tomorrow)
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sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two month's treatment, and
seldom 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.
Adv.
select line of Stationery Is on
display at Gerlg's Drug Store and we
feel sure you can supply your
wants. 12-15 tf
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
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
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
ll:,D a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
:n.; 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 a. m.;
leaves Ocala 12:16 p. m.; arrives
Jrcksonville 4:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala'4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7,: 30 p. m.
WOOD FOR SALE
J. L. Smoak has opened in connec connection
tion connection with his shop an up-to-date
wood yard. If you want stove or
fire wood of any kind, send him your
orders; you will get big loads and
gcod measure. l-6-6t
ODD fELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
FOR FROST BITES AND CHAPPED
SKIN
For frost bitten ears, fingers and
toes; chapped hands and lips, chil chilblains,
blains, chilblains, cold sores, red and rough
skins, there's nothing to equal Buck Buck-ien's
ien's Buck-ien's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at
once and heals quickly. In every
home there should be a box handy'
all the time. Best remedy for alt,
skin diseases, itching eczema, tetter,
piles, etc. "All druggists or by mai!.
II. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia
or St, Louis. Adv

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