The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL 20.
NO 96
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State Disputes the Jurisdiction of the United States Court, hut Law Law-j
j Law-j yen Think the IjHW is Unconstitutional




Jacksonville, Sept. 13. In behalf
of Tax Collector John V. Rast and

j restore order. I believe that the God other defendants in the celebrated!
jof Nations expects these United anti-coupon suit, arguments on which i

Must Never be Alhmetl if We Do U!,ucl1 ,U,,,UWIU j oe neara beptemoer is, uerore ;

jeace. aim uroteci unprrv in this r;n; T.iim eM.n.,- j i

Not Want the United States to western land. The Monroe doctrine Judges Ca afld shel,ard at Hunt3.

lieeome a Aation of Mongrels

Jacksonville, Sept. 13. A special

ito the Times-Union from Washing

ton says:

not only inveighs against any Euro- ville, Ala., Attorney General Thomas
pean nation interposing in the affairs West, today filed in federal court
of any American government for the a motion to dismiss the suit of the
purpose of oppressing such govern-' Van Deman &. Lewis Companv, and

i tii on f Knt If cHiAnrrlt tnnln.v,, .

LCongressman Frank Clark today ' Uo1- ""Vomer complainants. Among tne

made a ringing speech on the floor t""" 6-".-t grounas onerea tor dismissal is tnat

kf the House on the Monroe doc-! . 7 -uy tne reaerai court nas no jurisdiction

.... ,,,. . or sucn American government. in the matter
trine. "The greatest danger con- mauer.
fronting -the people of the United! The K1'0 Question j The belief is growing among bus-

tfltes today," said Mr. Clark, "is; Touching on the negro question, iReis men and lawyers, however, that

at proneness to depart from the Florida congressman said: the state Iaw against coupons, passed
etchings of the fathers of the repub-' "There are four solutions of the ne- al the recent legislative session, will

lie. So long as we adhere to the'.? problem in the United States. De declared unconstitutional by the
teachings of those who planted the segregation cn the soil of the tnree judges,
standard of human freedom in the! United States; second, gradual de-j

western hemisphere, so long are we yortation to Africa, or some other i

safe, but the very moment we depart country which may be secured for

from our ancient moorings, that; them; third, amalgamation with ou

moment the shrp of state is encom- recple; four, extermination of all the
passed by dangers which threaten j negroes or persons with negro blood!

the very existence of liberty among in their veins.
men, "In my judgment the only real,

i'mUH Ml


"It has been the policy of the Uni United
ted United States ever since the birth of the
republic not to interfere with the af-

jiuno ui naiiuus uejuuj me seas, we
have simply desired to be let alone,
J but have always insisted that Euro-


the affairs of any of the people on
this western hemisphere. This posi-

practical humane solution of this

vexatious problem is the gradual de-'U" Account of Prohibition, Rut He-

from these

cause the IVople of the County
Are Industrious and Enterprising.
Falatka, Fla., Sept. 12, 1913.
Editor Evening Star: 'I note with

portation of the negro

"The safety of this republic de-j
mands that no people with whom wej
cannot affiliate and assimilate be al- i

lowed a foothold upon these shores, great interest an article in your issue
The existence of human liberty in of September Sth, 1913, signe 1 by

tion has been recognized by the na- this hemisphere depends upon jvhite niy townsman, Mr. W. G. Tilghmau.
tions of the earth as fair and just, supremacy. The Caucasian can' I am heartily in accord with the
until a recent date, when some of jno mere assimilate with the Japanese good things Mr. Tilghman says about
the people of the Orient, while notjand the Chinese than can he assimi-' Palatka; he tells me something I did

ly objecting thereto, have shown! late with the negro. To assimilate not know, but I am glad to find out

I their very acts that they did not j with either is simply unthinkable to have nearly forty miles of brick

opose to be controlled by it in the I a seir respecting member of the white pavea streets ana granoiitnic siae siae-ture.
ture. siae-ture. The time has come when 'race. walks. However, let that pass; we

'great republic should put the "The contemplated colonization of v, ill nave them soon if we haven t

brld on notice of just where we a portion of Mexico by Japan is the got them now. What every fair-

ftand, and what we propose to stand'Srst step toward an inevitable con-'minded man must object to in Mr.

(pon and contend for. fiict. Shall we permit it? As for Tilghman's article is that he gives

"I am not of that clas3 who affect j myself I say 'no,' a thousand times the impression and does so intention intention-believe
believe intention-believe that the 'Monroe doctrine'! 'no. If the conflict must come, let'aliy that all the progress and im im-an
an im-an obsolete shibboleth; I am not it come now. Let us tell Japan improvements' he mentions is because

of that class who are constantly pro-

claiming their allegiance to the doc-

language which cannot be misunder- whisky was voted out of Putnam
stood that she shall not own one 'county, whereas, as a matter of fact,

trine of the 'universal brotherhood of; foot of soil in this territory; that and it cannot be truthfully disputed,
man.' God Almighty, for some rea-jthis is a white man's country, andjwe have these improvements because
son qf his own, has separated the ; that by the Eternal, Avith the help of 'city and county borrowei about

aces of the earth, bv a deep and God and the army and navy of the p- o,l'j) to build ana construct

'impassable gulf, and it. does not He United States, it shall always so re-'these very improvements.

ithfn the power of a few misguided main.

lleged humanitarians to bridge this

gulf. Just so surely as I believe in

the existence of God, just so surely

.l believe that he has decreed that

the Caucasian. is the highest type of
being in all the realm of creation.

These United States have been estab established
lished established by the Caucasian race, and In
the providence of God this is and
must forever remain a white man's
Referring more particularly to the
present situation in Mexico, Mr. Clark
saiJ: "I do not believe that the
'Monroe doctrine' means that the


A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a.
12:45 P. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 0 p. m.

m. ;


This money was borrowed on
bonds, issued according to law, be because
cause because a majority of the wet and dry
men of both city and county voted
fcr them.

These men were not influenced to

this act because the county went dry,

S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m; 'but because they wanted thezo u.-

4:io p. m.: u u. m.. south i:::

p m.: 9 p. m.
7 a. m.: 12:55 p. m.

STAR ROUTES Blitchton and ;

Calvary 2 p. m.


Eastern Star Chapter 29. regular

jftvited States must stand idly by and I meeting first Friday night each

jfniitness arson and murder in a sister i month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel-

rcpublic until she shall be called on come. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.

by the existing government, whether Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
de jure or de facto, to intervene and i Worthy Matron.

provements and there was no other
legal way of getting this mcney.
There is- no connection between the

jcounty going .dry and the bond L-sue
jof the county and city.
If Mr. Tilghman is correct in this

Icgic or accurate in his assertion?, it
would follow that not only every
other dry town and county in our
state had prospered equally with
Palatka, but that those towns .and
counties in the state which have not
voted whisky out, have not prosper

ed at all. Have Jacksonville, St.
Augustine, Miami, Tampa and Pen Pen-sacola
sacola Pen-sacola made no improvements or
growth as has Palatka in the past six
Have other dry counties and towns
that have issued no bonds to borrow
money spent as much in improve improvements
ments improvements as have Palatka, and Putnam
county? Why not;" if being dry is
the only requisite to prosperity?
Mr. Tilghman omits to state the
colored churches mentioned by him
borrowed the money to build what
they have from a prominent wet man
of Falatka. Is it quite fair to assert
he did this because the county went

dry? No; it was a business trans

action and carried through on clean
I'V.siness principles, be it said to the
credit of the colored people of Palat Palatka.
ka. Palatka. Mr. Tilghman omitted also to state
that the taxpayers of Palatka and
Putnam county are paying in the
neighborhood of $20,000 per year
interest forUhe pleasure of these im improvements,
provements, improvements, and the privilege of be being
ing being dry; he also omitted to give the
number of blind tigers and tiger ar arrests,
rests, arrests, something like 50 to 100 per
year, and every few days a new one
is discovered. Since Putnam county
voted dry three criminals have been
hung, half the number hung 'in the
whole history of Putnam county. The
records of Putnam county show mors
crimes have been committed, caused
jy liquor effect, than when liquor
was cpenly sold.
I am for justice first, last and all
the time; (let justice be done though
the Heavens fall), and this question
will never be settled until both
sies are willing to be fair to each
'ihere are bad, lawless wet men,
just as there are double-faced, hypo hypocritical
critical hypocritical dry men, and there ,two ele elements
ments elements in both factions cause all or
most of the trouble and friction, but
because there are unreasonable men
on both sides, does it justify sincere,
honest men like Mr. Tilghman in at attempting
tempting attempting to create impressions which
cannot be bore out by facts?
Had Mr. Tilghman lived in New
York quite awhile ago, when the city
was young, I suppose he could have
een planks there for people to get
about a'ter a rain, and yet there has
never been a day when whisky has'
not been sold in New York City, and
1 am told they have pretty good
itrtets in the town now.
Let the dry men recognize the fact
chat the wet men have every right
to their honest opinion that they
themselves have, though they be so
1 ious and holy that the devil himself
would not know they had ever been
sinners, and that under our laws, the
rights of all citizens who have never
been in the penitentiary are equal
and simple justice should be meted
to all. v
Very respectfully yours,
John B. Flinn.



New Schoolhouses, Rig Hotel, Flour Flourishing
ishing Flourishing Dank, Superb Country and
People Coming in on Every Train.
Wildwood, Sept. 13. Wfldwood is
planning a growth this winter that
will be unequaled in the state, if

nothing happens to check the present (FARMER MAYS WILL
boost -spirit that prevails throughout- RUX AGAINST FRANK
:he entire town. The citizenship is j
. ..!n...i.. i I

positively umiea in every move sug- Tallahassee Sept.

out of the ordinary to note half a
dozen trunks on the platform after
each train. They are attracted by
the productive qualities of the soil;
the most picturesque section of in-
land Florida; a townsite nestling
among the most beautiful hills and
fresh water lakes of this grand commonwealth.

13. According

gested for the advancement of the 'to a prominent Tallahasseean, who
town. Very few towns can boast of,; visited Monticello last week, Hon.
such a spirit. As a result, a new j Dunnette H Mays who represented
$15,000 school building has been or-jthe third -district in Congress two
dered built; Pride Park will soonjteruis, being defeated in the last
spring into prominence as the pret- fight by Emmett Wilson, stated def-

tiest place on the Seaboard main line

from Jacksonville to Tampa, a 30 30-room
room 30-room hotel, with all modern com com-veniences,
veniences, com-veniences, will open' its doors for

initely that, he would enter thes next
race against Frank Clark in the sec second
ond second district, Jefferson county having

been placed in fhat district by the

business before the winter season j recently enacted redistricting law

opens; arrangements have been made

to publish an illustrated story of the
Aicnarch orange grove at -this place,
the largest grove individually ownel

Mr. Mays made a good record
while in Congress. He has been
prominent in Florida' politics for

i years, and once received a good vote


in all the world; a plan is rapidly j lor gubernatorial honors, although

materializing whereby all the prom-1 Seated in a many-sided race. Over
inent streets will be graded hard-jtne state he is known as "Farmer
surfaced and otherwise improved a .;ays."

public library to be maintained as a
rest room, hall of entertainment,
etc., is assured; a system of road

ways ana otner improvements to De-()f thfk Canal Across Florida When

come effective in the public square; aj tije improvements are Made on
plan is on foot and doubtless .will ; tne oklawaha
materialize, to build concrete siJe-j Washington, Sept. 13. Senator Senator-walks
walks Senator-walks throughout the town; all nec-: Fletcher was jubilant after reading
es-sary arrangements have been madethe report of the board of engineers,
to maintain a twenty-piece metropol-j ain)roviug the immediate construc construc-itan
itan construc-itan band, for the entertainment of;tion of tne Beaufort-Jacksonville sec sec-guests;
guests; sec-guests; a woman's club, which will tion of the Boston-Rio Grande inter inter-cooperate
cooperate inter-cooperate with the board of trade, j coastal canal at the rate of $800,000
was recently organized. Many sinal- j per year in appropriations,
ler items are being planned and will j VVe have been waiting for this re re-be
be re-be published from time to time. port for months," said Senator Flet-
Superintendent Parsons of the cher i have no doubt jt means
Seaboard writes that he will visit; favorable action by Congress, at'once,
this city soon to investigate into the on this -great project,
nee Is of a new depot and confer with j .-The adverse report toward the the-the
the the-the citizens in regard to its con-. construction of the trans-Florida
struction. It is believed that the b2r?e canal by the Lake narris route
company will construct a passenger ; Wjll net prevent work actually going
depot. This new depot is made nec-; aheaJ on this project; continued the
essary by the rapidly increasing bus-j senatpr. "I have just been notified
iness the company is enjoying at this that the board of engineers have ask ask-point,
point, ask-point, which is due mainly to the fact e! a0r Slattery of Jacksonville for
that this is the junction of the main I additional data on the Oklawaha riv riv-iine,
iine, riv-iine, and the Orlando branch. j er indicating they will soon make
The Bank of Wildwood formally j a favorable report on improving this
char-sei hands this week, and now is j trwm as far as Leesburg. This will
o.v::c2d end controlled by local cap- carry the canal half wav across the
'ial. It was formerly a branch orstatei making the rest of the work
tLe Hank of Commerce. From its or-of cutting through the divide com com-canizaticn
canizaticn com-canizaticn this bank has enjoyed j arativeJy a small task."
excellent patronage, and the stock
soi l for twenty-five per cent above SJUTHERX EXPRESS CO.
par, and is now worth much more HAS THIEF SPOTTHD
than the price paid. This is the
youngest bank in the county, bat the j Savannah, Ga., Sept. 13. A high
strongest one. Under the new man-'0ncIa of tne Southern Express Co.
agement a much brighter future is in said yesterday, discussing the theft
store for this institution. of $7i,n00 between New York and
About filty families have novel Savannah: "We know the man who
into Wildwood within the past ninety stole the money and we are going to
days, and still they come. It is not get him."


This Boy Couldn't Have Been Out With Bryan.


(Copyright. 1913. Western Newspaper Unlon.1

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Sugarcane. is coming to town.


Wash rags and bath towels at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-2

Mr. J. A. Reynolds of Lynne, was a
Saturday visitor to the city.

Mr. J. R. Dewey leaves tonight for
a short visit to Jacksonville.

You can phone 496 and have your
stationery, books or office supplies
sentient by The Murray Co. 9-ll-3t

DR. W K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose ind Throat. Office Law
Mbrary Building, Ocala. Adv.
Capt. W. B. Denham of the Ocala
Northern Railway is in the city on
business for the road.

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

Supervisor of Registration Barco
and Mr. Charles Veal of Cotton Plant
were welcome callers to the Star of office
fice office today.

Mr. P. J. Theus returned this
-morning from a furniture purchas purchasing
ing purchasing tour to New York and North
Carolina opints.

Crowd of Sew Choppers Received
Into Fort King Camp
The Ocala Woodmen had a well at attended
tended attended meeting last night. At least
forty members were present and the

i proceedings were full of interest.

The following new names were
added to the roll: S. C. Fraser, Al Albert
bert Albert Luff man. Wm. C. Charles, Wm.
E. Pound, Jack S. Fulcher, Curtis L.
Blair, William S. Bray, Edwin Whit-

worth, Jesse D. Buky, Harry L-

Booher, Fred Smith, Walter H.
Marsh, C. II. Beck, L. Smith and J.

! F. Robinson.

The new members made a fine fine-looking
looking fine-looking crowd of young men, and as

! there were enough of them to set up

a good-sized lodge of their own, Fort
King is to be congratulated on such
a substantial addition.
The camp held a special meeting
Friday evening, Sept. 26, at which
organizing a degree team and con considering
sidering considering applications for membership
will be before the camp. It is desir desirable
able desirable to attend to these matters to
have them in shape for the next reg regular
ular regular meeting.
Fort King Camp is a solid old
lodge, and it never has the dieback.

Capt. J. B. Martin and Mr. D. P.
Kirkland of Oklawaha were among
the pjominent Marion county citizens
in the city today.'

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

Note the advertisement elsewhere
in the Star today of the change in
schedule on the Ocala Northern Rail Railway,
way, Railway, effective tomorrow, Sunday.

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

Mr. Fred Hocker has, added to the
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' r'M II L I I M I' I I 111 I M( M 1H V H I I I 1 f M. II IlI'M

: ci i i ii i. m i n t

ltue ue yituiiicis mat me -uurray
.Company sells.

It is a little late in the season, but
-we want to call your attention to
a nobby line of bathing caps which
you c&n find at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 9-2


"The Fate of Elizabeth." Selig
. "The Mysterious Stranger." Es Es-sanay
sanay Es-sanay drama.
"The Second Shot." Pathe drama.
"When Lillian Was Little Red
Riding Hood." Selig nursery story.
"The Birth of a Butterfly." Edu Educational.
cational. Educational. "Shotting the Rapids in the Pgsan Pgsan-jan
jan Pgsan-jan River." Scenic. Adv.


Rev. W. H. Coleman officiated yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the home of the bride at
the marriage of Mrs. Maggie E.
Richie of this city to Mr. A. W. Hall.

Dr. W. K. Lane has been 'in
Brooksville all day, going to fill ap appointments
pointments appointments with patients. His host
of friends are glad that he has suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently recovered from his ecent
long illness to be at his office daily.

Mr. Vm. H. Fuller left for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last night and today was
transacting .business for the Ocala
Steam Laundry for which he works.
Mr. Fuller will spend tomorrow at
Pablo, returning home on the mid midnight
night midnight train.

The new player piano which Mr.
Dallas Jeffcoat succeeded in captur capturing
ing capturing a few weeks ago in the Lansford
bidding contest, arrived today and is
now Installed in his home on South
Second street. Mr. A. M. Lansford,
Ocala manager for the Ludden &
Bates Company, is as proud of the
new instrument as Mr. Jeffcoat.

Mr- F. W. Ditto left this morning
for Jacksonville, called there by a
telegram announcing that his broth brother,
er, brother, Mr. Raiford Ditto, who has been
sick so long with typhoid, had. a re relapse,
lapse, relapse, and it was feared he would not
rally. A message this afternoon,
however, announced that Mr. Ditto
was a little better today. Dr. Izlar,
the family physician of the Dittos
when Raiford was a boy, left on the
limited this afternoon, to see the
sick man and help him if possible.

Uncle Joe Shuford was in town to today
day today from his home on the Silver
Springs boulevard. He says that Mrs.
Shuford, who has been very sick, is
slowly improving.

the lake is pro-

The road is now

Mr. Harry Austin of Philadelphia,
representing the Franklin Insurance
Co., of Philadelphia, was a business
visitor in Ocala yesterday and today,
leaving this morning for Pensacola

Mrferyordon,whohs charge
of tile county Aoad gang at Lake
Weir, was in Uie city today and says

the! work aronnd
srreisine ratiialv.

completed nqarlyo Oklawaha.

Mr. Bu Parr thinks he was Intend

ed to work, and he will work, and
woji't doflnyting but work while he
isawake. Mr. Don Mcller kidnan-

ped him this afternoon arnd by main

ffcrce crjgd-4rfm"off fi his elegant

stvmmer nome at LaKe weir for a

week-end outing

Mr. Jake Klein leaves tonight for
a month's trip to the eastern mar markets
kets markets to purchase fall and winter stock
for his dry goods store. Mrs. Klein
and their little son, who are now
visiting in Ohio, will return with Mr.
Klein about the middle of October.

. The Temple surely had a good

show last night. All the subjects
were good, and "The Artist's Dream"
was an irresistible comic. There is a
fine program for tonight, and you
must be sure to see it all.

The band concert last night was a
'brilliant and enjoyable event. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of people were out on the
-square and the music was superb.
'Ehe next few weeks are going to be
the most pleasant of the year and
: i : 1 1 l

Hf 1 till I 111? I I 1 1 si I y H III llt frfcfll

more enjoyable than during the sum-
m or

Rev. J. B. Ley and Mr. W. G.

mgnman returned jast nignt irora
:McIntosh, -where they attended a big
temperance meeting. Mr. Tilghman
left for Palatka this morning, and
expects to leave that city tomorrow
with a party of young folks whom he
will convoy to Northampton, Mass.,
to enter school.

Our Fresh Roasted
25c, 35c, 40c per Pound
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 25c
Block's Crackers, 6 5c. pkgs for 25c
Block's Crackers, 3 10c pkgs. for 25c

Cam-Thomas Co.

Those wanting school books should
A. f L 111 1 X 1 A f

noi wait unui me lasi minute, tome
early and be sure you get them at
The Murray Company. 9-ll-3t

Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.

Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Folly Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
Undertaking Office 47


Oa His I it-t Letter, Giving Statistics
on the Wet or Dry Issue
In my article that appeared in
both of our county papers in which
I asked to be informed as to whether
the licensed saloon in a county is a
good or a bad asset, I have tried to
be honest and in no way misleading.
In my comparison of assessed valua valuation
tion valuation I took Marion county, wet, and
compared it with Alachua, Levy and
Lake, dry, her adjoining neighbors,
whose interest, business and oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities are alike; also St. Johns,
wet, and Volusia, dry, adjoining
counties, and honestly tried to find
out which counties were the most
Again, I compared Marion, wet,
with Alachua, Levy and Lake, dry,
adjoining counties, and showed that
Marion had increased in millage six
times as fast as Alachua, 27 times as
fast as Levy and more than twice as
fast as Lake; also, St. Johns, wet,
the millage was higher than in Vo Volusia,
lusia, Volusia, dry, adjoining counties.
If there is anything unfair in these
comparisons I am not able to see it.
I took the same comparisons in city
and town property, and these records
show up in favor of increased pros prosperity
perity prosperity in dry counties. I can see no
justice or unfairness in my compar comparison
ison comparison of city population: Ocala against
Gainesville, Live Oak, Lake City and
Tallahassee, which cities had their
colleges in 1900 as well as in 1910.
The number of scholars in 1900 and
1910 was, but litle different. St.
Augustine had its college in 1900 and
1910, DeLand had its college in 1900
and 1910; nevertheless, these re records
cords records show the wet cities- have not
increased as fast as the drys. There
is no dishonesty in this comparison.
I am honest in comparing court ex expenses
penses expenses in Marion county, wet, against
Alachua and Levy counties, dry. The
records show that court expenses in
Marion were 31 cents per head,
against 22 cents for Alachua and 21
cents for Levy, per head. Surely
there is some cause why the court
expenses in a wet county are nearly

fifty per cent more per head than in

adjoining dry counties.

Here is the reason it costs more to
run bur courts in the wet than the

dry counties:

Marion county in 1912 sent one
prisoner to the state prison for each
1300 persons, while Alachua sent one
for each 180 0, nearly fifty per cent

difference. Duval sends one person
for each 670 persons, while Baker,

adjoining, one to each 4800 persons
or to Bradford for each 50 00 persons

or Nassau, wet, one to each 1500, to

Baker, 4 800, or Columbia, dry, for

24 00; St. Johns, wet, one for each

600, to Volusia, dry, adjoining, one

for each 1500, or DeSoto one to 7000


These are cold, hard, terse facts;

there is no deceit or falseness shown

in tliis statement. The saloons make
drunkenness, drunkenness makes

criminals. It costs something to
prosecute our criminals, and the

state pays only for state cases, and

the people are taxed to pay the addi additional
tional additional costs of the courts caused by

drunkenness. This is the grist that

comes from the saloon mill.

I am deceiving no one when I

compare Marion county, wet, to
Alachua, dry, in number of banks

and bank deposits. Alachua in 1903,

when she went dry, had three banks
within her boundaries. Now she has

thirteen. Marion in 1903 either had
three or four. She now has five or
six. Alachua increased ten; Marion,
only two or three. Bank deposits

much larger according to population
in Alachua than Marion. There is

no lie in the statement that the sa

loons are in business because of the

money to be derived therefrom, and

the money that goes to support the

saloon business is taken from other
lines of business.
I love Marion county. ?Her God
has become my God; her people my
people; her prosperity my happiness;
her misfortunes my sorrow. I love
her clean and model homes, her pure
and holy maidens, her young and
manly men, but I hate, I loathe, I
abhor the business in this county that
makes drunkards out of manly young
men and makes our "maidens the
wifes and mothers in our brutal

drunkards' homes.

By the grace of God, and the man

ly, upright vote of this precinct,
which once had the open saloon, the
club room, the blind tiger, we are
going like men to cast one isolid,
unanimous vote next Tuesday against
the licensed open saloon in Marion
Vote, look at these hard, cold,
true facts, and then if you want more
drunkenness, more criminals, more
costs of courts, less prosperity, more
poverty, more HELL, vote to have
It right close to your own door.
L. S. Light. I


Don't send for office supplies. You
can save money by getting them at
The Murray Company. S-ll-3t








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

goods :

36 inch Pajama Checks,
per yard .

40 inch White Lingerie. 11 A p
per yard i ".Vr
40 inch White Sheer A A-Lawn,
Lawn, A-Lawn, per yard '"'lyL
36 inch Brown all fQi
Linen, per yard H tC

Fast Colored Chambrays
per yard . .

Fast colored Dress Lawn Q -per
yard ... 'Ot
Ladies' 10c Ribbed Vests OC OC-4
4 OC-4 for .... awt
Ladies' 25c and 50c fbn
Sailor Hats for ilvC

Ladies' White P. K.
Skirts at .
Men's 25c Underwear
at .....
Men's 50c Athletic Un Underwear
derwear Underwear at .
Men's 50c and 75c Soft
Collar Shirts .
Men's Odd Shirts, 50c
and 75c goods, at


98 c

37 c









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'TOUGH Oil fl. Mill

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l'alatka Mau Deputes His Figures
on Prohibition


If a good business chance came your way, in the
shape of a piece of property or a share in a thriving
business, it would be nice to write out a check for
the amount. If sickness or fire invade your home,
it would be nice to have money in the bank, no mat matter
ter matter what might happen, because it' is a safe-guard
against possible old age or sickness and poverty.
IVe Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts


Phone 108




We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire

TT'r.nincr Rtanien and Hiv wire ana are in DOSiiion 10 mane yuu some

a. V 11 1 1' o J

attractive prices ou it. We are tile only dealers in tnis seci.on 01 me
n,,tr-,- tiQt ha ,rio th! brand of fence and have demonstrated in the

H .A J v w -w.-
past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades v

fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it ana

of wire

made many friends and customers,
don't make good we will.

Give us your orders, if the good? v

brick and rubbish are an eyesore to
all the wet people here, but the pro prohibitionists
hibitionists prohibitionists say it is beautiful those
rough piles of brick and plaster. I
had a pholo sent to you so you could
see Palatka Beautiful. He, Will
Tilghtuan, says he could tell you

In a letter to Mr. R. L. Keating of much more. I dont dfiubt it at all.
this city, regarding Mr. W. G. Tiigh- He could tell you anything if he

jrnans statement regarding prohibi- wouiu. 1 ax saie list gets larger
jtion in Palatka, a citizen -of that each year until the poor man won't (
'place says: have a place to put his head. Mill-;
Palatka had no concrete sidewalks age was and is now 25; city;
!or brick paved streets before prohibi- about C" mills. Prohibition is great. J
irion whiu into effect. That is true. About $.",000 each month goes from j
:IIut we had a number of years before Palatka to Hastings, and we neel it
Uoted a bond issue of $1 (.( for here. If we have an election I be-

ithat purpose, and the reason that the lieve it will go wet by a large ma ma-j
j ma-j amount was not used was because jority as the people are very tired of
'the r.rohibition element wanted to re- this. More failures in the last five

jtard all improvements until they years than in fifteen preceding years,
'were in power arid graft on the ex- Morality; three murderers hung in
penditures. The city pays one-third three years of prohibition, while un-

of the cost, while the property hold- der wet regime two in ntty years,
ers pay two-thirds for brick paving. From fifty to 100 blind tigers are
and also the property holders had to pulled each year and there are many
pay for the concrete sidewalks, that are hard to find. Boys of ten
The first contract let was $1.39 per or twelve years have bought whisky
yard; the second contract let was here from blind tigers and got drunl;
97 cents per yard. Difference in fa- while under saloons not one allowed
vor of prohibition, 4 2 cents worth in sale to minors under forfeiture of
somebody's pocket (prohibition). license and fine and imprisonment.
Population by U. S. census. 4,800; Your prohis can find a saloon but
by .prohibition estimate, 6.000 a lie you cannot find a blind- tiger. It
of about 1,200. finds you. Blind tiger is all profit;
Now as to taxes: Property on no license. Saloon pays license and
Lemon street prior to prohibition, taxes and helps the community in re-

$72.00; after, $136.00. Values as-"ducing taxes. As to the hard roads
sessment increased to 100 to 300 per of Putnam county. The Fort Lau-

jcent., according to who you are. If derdale baseball team visited us re-

you paint your house the assessment cently in an automobile. They said
goes up $100. Two pieces of property Putnam county had the sorriest roads
will illustrate how irregular and in the state; that they had seen we
crooked things are: One house and had to bond the county once it be be-lot,
lot, be-lot, value $l,-"00 (offered for) as- came dry to the tune of $190,000.
sessed $3,000; next door one house The court house cost $33,000; sorry
$4,300 (offered for) assessed $1,000. bridge across St. Johns river, toll
So it is a hard matter to get any- bridge, $4 5,000; hard to travel on
thing accurately in a prohibition roads, $100,000; not accounted for,
town, as they wont stand for it. $10,000. All draw bridges of the
Now as to water: Before the town county you have to pay toll on your
went dry we paid $10 for water. O. own bridges. You have to hire mules
K. Pure water. Now we pay $10 for to pull you out of the mud on the

the same amount of pure water. Bat hard to travel roads and the court

now the citv nuts a water tax on your house you have to pay tolls to come

property and lets everybody have out of it and it takes all you have,
one faucet of water free, (hard. Hoping that Marion county will
wormy and unhealthy kind) free! not be cursed with prohibition,
Just think how we have improved! I am yours truly,
W ran eM nnp to onp and a half C. A. L'ellardy.

worms and liquid free. But if you (Advertisement)
get good, soft water you pay same

Houses have always been occupied WASHABLE NEW WALL FINISH

in Palatka for the past twelve years,
but if there is no demand for them Any one contemplating wail paper paper-they
they paper-they tear them down to keep up tlfe ing, painting or kalsomining of walls
rental price. Why I 'can recall six should see the beautiful, new, sani-

buildings (stores) that have been tary, permanent, washable nmsn oi

pulled down and nothing but a va- two rooms in the Ocala National
cant lot on the main street of the Bank. Those who have seen it con con-town,
town, con-town, Lemon street yet prohibition sider it superior to anything ever of-

I have enquired of nearly every
merchant in town, "How is busi business?"
ness?" business?" And have failed to hear one
yet say that Palatka is not dead, or
nothing doing, can't collect, money
scarce, must be a panic on, or some something
thing something to that effect.
Why, when the city of Palatka was
wet W. G. Tilghman was in the
shingle business. Now he is out on
the bum; nothing doing, mill closed

Where is Your Money?
While the family was at dinner over 55900, hid in
a desk upstairs, was stolen from a St. Louis, Mor,
' Depositing money in a strong institution is the
best insurance against fire, burglars and dishonest
A safety deposit box also affords absolute securi security,
ty, security, at a cost of as little as $5 per year, for money,
jewelry and all valuable papers.
Large and small accounts welcomed.
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ical Economical inasmuch as you get nearly three times as
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fered in this territory and prices are
very reasonable. For information
ee Mclver & MacKay. 9-13-tf

Pedro. Sept. 10. Measles are still
in the neighborhood.

Miss Maude Proctor, who has been j

so ill with malaria and measles, is (

Mr. Earl Thompson, who has been
here visiting friends for the past

month, has returned to his home in I

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perry, son Jar-,
vis, two daughters, Mrs. J. J. Waters,:
Miss Nan and Mr. Hubert Perry
motored up to Ocala and Fort King, j
visiting Miss J. May Perry, who is'

teaching at Fort King



Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 230.

Send your money away from:

home for your



I have just opene 1 up my new
garage on North Main street, and

Woodmar Sand & Stone Company

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and buildings leased; boat Mary solicit a share of the patronage of;

Howard not being used if it has not ssr owners in Ocala and surrounding
been sold. Poor old Bill! He's gone; territory. The repair department
all on account of prohibition; too is prepared to do all kinds of auto auto-dry.
dry. auto-dry. Anybody knows that Florida mobile repairing on short notice,
lands have been on a boom fcr thr?? None but first-class workmen em em-or
or em-or four years. Lands in the woods ployed, 'and therefore. I am in po po-that
that po-that I would not give five cents an sition to guarantee every job that
acre for five years ago are being sold leaves the place. Rates will he found
to people North and West, for reasonable as high-class wor,kman wor,kman-per
per wor,kman-per acre. Why, they are even dig- ship' and good material can be fur-

gmg up mud ana drying it, so tnai nisnea

some of our good prohis can have dry

Mr. and Mrs. -M. M. Proctor and j
family spent the day at Silver j
Springs last Sunday. ;j.
Misses Bessie Snow and Edna Per-;
rv spent a few days in Levon last:

Misses Bertha and (iertie now, ac-

fnmnanip.l bv their brother, James,

were Ocala visitors last Saturday.
Also Messrs. John L. Remington and
Dewey Perry.

I AITS. J. W J-.Ulllt:i aas
her home in Coleman, after a few
'days visit with her parents, Mr. and

; Mrs. R. J. Perry. r, TA

Mr. Sydney Thompson is on the W tien VOU Can gPl peiier
sick list, iie expects to leave here; Service, Superior Workman-
as toon as he gets able. Everybody shn and Reasonable Prices



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Propri tor
Building formerly occupied by Idea.




and, Crpsltedl Rock



Cemsiit Blocks
Phone 331
Plant and Oliiee North Main St.




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mud instead of wet. More people are

walking the streets hunting a job,
more misery, poverty and hanger
stands around now than has ever

been known before, because people
send and get a gallon of whisky in instead
stead instead of a drink; because prohibi-,

Hon liquor costs (blind tiger) $2 to

$2.50 per quart, and a doctor's bill

to cure the poison. Prohibition pro

duces liars, hypocrites and thieves.

because people have to lie to get wit witness
ness witness fees, etc., people have to act

one thing and do another; thieves

because they will steal whisky in a
dry town where they would not any
other time.

A young married women stopped
in my store and told me that several
years before she hated me because
I was against prohibition, but her ex experience
perience experience had been that before Palat Palatka
ka Palatka went dry she had all she wanted,
dresses, etc., since it has been dry

her husband sends all his money of

to get whisky and keeps drunk most
of the time and that she has not
bought a new dress since Palatka

went dry.
There is here a colored woman (a

will regret to see him leave. ;
t Misses Lena Perry and Bessie:
Snow were Levon visitors Monday.
i Mr. Walter Nichol.-.' family is si?k :
' with malaria.
j The PeJro base ball boys are play playing
ing playing ball now. From the looks of the
diamond, when playing, there are
more girls playing than boys. Look
out boys!

tr T?.iscp?l Folani was a visitor

to Summerfield last Saturday.
I Mr. Chas. Carter, of Levon, wa3
seen in our midst last Sunday driv driving
ing driving his new car.


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



MAniox-nrxx masonic lodge
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30' o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

The Ocala Marble Works
A. J. Leavcnqood.


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

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Get uiy prices on thatnew IJungalow, Cottage, Residence or

Store Office Building or School House.

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My prices are Right, my


"If I do it. it's, don Right."

; P. O. Box 356


Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market


Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.


wirtnwt who has had to sell two-

nf hpr lor ra T;av for side- 110010 MOOT MCLVMQT Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union

' UUUIU 1IIUUL lflUllU. Amprira. rnps 5n yonee's Hall

waiKs ana taxes, aui fi u i n. .-
everv dav. nursing a child or ccok-' when yOU Want FirSt-ClaSS on the second Thursday evening o.
TTVeV. Moot Fich nr Vpdp- each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F.M.

HIS- X i VOll iUVyUV, J. Jk,'" O

In fact, there happens to be too
many vacant lots to plant in shrub shrubbery.
bery. shrubbery. Some of them are pretty ugly
yet. The hotel property or. Lemon
and First street, up from the river,
right in the very heart of the busi business
ness business part of the city, was torn down
last year. (Hotel was too big). The

The Success Furniture
lU'tueeii Market and laundry
Phone 481. OCALA, FLA.
1-11 dly

tables. Corn-fed pork from

my own farm. Al Rhame. ; chapter no. is, r. a. m.
Ocala's best cutter, will
Regular convocations of the Ocala

serve you. Prompt delivery, chapter no. 13,

112 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

No. 13, R. A. M., on tne

fourth Friday in every month at
!:3 p. m. C B. Ccnnor, H. P. Erown. Secretary.


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The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
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11. R. Carroll, (General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Rusiucs 3Ianager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor


Entered at Ccala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.



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Six months, In advance 2.50
Three months, in advance 1.25
On& month, in advance 50

One year, in advance'. $S.OO
Six months, in advance 4.25

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

A printed circular, signed "An Old

Prophet," which nom de plume Mr.
i Harrison, chief writer for the Mar

ion Protective Association, and pro professing
fessing professing to be issued by that associa association,
tion, association, is being circulated over the
county. It is worded in scurrilous
language, very insulting to the
preachers, the ladies of the W. C. T.

t. and the temperance v.orkers gen


It is a mean trick, and a smart one;
for it will impose on some people,
who can't be disabused in time.
The Star knows that no member
of the Marion Protective Association

2.2.J. would issue such a letter or counte-


and its many flourishing enterprises, 'more sense.

sr(nance any of the statements it makes.
r J All of the members of the associa

tion have more decency, and all have




-you will find this bank's

If you demand the best all good business men do do-service
service do-service to customers far greater than just ordinary.

From every standpoint whether it be responsibility, integrity of management,
security, ability to extend accommodation, or the desire to be of assistance to
eacfh patron you will find us ready always to do all we can to meet your re requirements
quirements requirements with complete satisfaction.




tiiiFoe & ClaasnMIss Bank

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jsext luesaay, .Marion county will, u ue rumea n it snuts up nine sa-1 Mr. Carmichael has issued the fol-' QTP 7i "D T47r4- ZS (tr 1 3 I" m mi
hold an election to decide whether or ( loons. Marion, in proportion to its 'lowing letter in reply to the circular: A YY 3.11 L ICS U611VC1 LQ6 VJOOuS! 1 TV 1 JlCIIl.
not whisky shall be legally sold in population, is one of the most pros- ()ne Hundred J)olars inward" :---

its limits during the next two years, jperous counties in tne state. -Neitner
It is not possible to predict the re- tne dry counties nor the wet ones J
suit. The indications are that the have anything on it in prosperity or

Ocala. Fla.. Sent. 13. 1913.

I will give a reward of $100 for ange sI'rin-3 to reside Permanently.

vote will be very close, with the odds enterprise, and it is the Star's opinion

the author or printer of an article

if anvthfnir in favor nf thp Hrv Tho that the result of Tuesday's elation headed. "Show This to Your Xeigh

I I 1 ? J 1 ,3 i A rvi S T A. 9

Star would not advise anybodv to? will make little difference one wayiuul' uu S,8UU- AU m rl,nei

They were pleasant visitors here last

winter and we are very glad to have

bet either way,

or another.

them with us again.
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t v,.. .1.- i.!!.! -virs. james raasei ana son oi

ine great majoritj on. .. .. ... i.afcp rintipr nrp tho rnpct nf ir t

:tion party ior tne purpose of deceiv- "

i Call op Phone 300 aad let u? Give an Estimate on Yonr I

uie resuu prooauiy uepencis on cuuuu iu nunu aie uij. rro- ; ... V. Townsend and familv.

Ocala precinct. All peop.e from jhlbltlon does not seem to have hurt j "- M.R.A. Carlton spent !ast
Dunnellon caitn that precinct w, go hem Duva Hi, sb orough Dad le ""t weeK visiting in Ocaa and

ury. ui ine country precincts, it is,auu aie aiau prusperuus - - Pitra

conceded that Summerfield, Belle- and enterprising.

that the wet people, or any individual

view, Shady and Blitchton will go I So the question narrows down to'connected with them' either wrote'

Mr. C. T. Runyon of Oklahoma is

wet. Oklawaha, Anthony and Or-. whether or not prohibition will de-i

angeSprings are doubtful. The drys crease drunkenness. Drunkenness is

had printed or circulated this article. a guest of Pilgrim Inn.

or had anything to do with it or any Mn J- H- Compton and Mr. R. H.

claim the other precincts.

inot the only evil, but it is a great


i knowledge of it whatsoever, till it Purdom registered at

1 ,. 1 i j : j; ... House Jiondav.

Tt inrrpasps nihor ovl nn it,vv'ts 6UUU lu USl luud.v- Ills UirL

We cannot'

the Carlton


Mr. Randall Wells, who has snent

In Ocala, a majority of the busi-i

ness men seem to be in favor of the, ,,c iamiul U , the Dast two weeks at Carrawav- re

wet ticket most of them from Wi measure good and evil in dollars and l"c luteuueu iu .
wet ticket, most of them from busi-j A sober industrious citi. ruin our cause. Beware of it and turned to Orange Springs today.
Z 'ea.n8, !? if ienship is the state's greatest asset. a11 such 1)olitical me-ups. I honor! Mr. and Mrs. Quincy D. Clark

The drys are determined to keen

the matter before the people until ,gent men

iHow to promote it is a matter of hon-'the ladies and the preachers, but not leave us this week to make their fu
est difference among many intelli-!the crooked political prohis. ;turehome in Kissimmee. Theii

they win. Under, the constitution, a

So, if the voter believes that shut-

local option election can be called jting the saloons will reduce the

amount ot drunkenness in this coun county,
ty, county, he should vote dry. If he believes

C. (Ed.) Carmichael.


tate, and accept the result without ( visitor to Palatka last Tuesday.


every two years, and they say if they
lose this time they will begin at once
to work for another fight in 1915.
Up to the present, this has been
the most quiet wet or dry contest
Marion county has ever had. There
has been less denunciation and per personal
sonal personal ill feeling than usual. Avhich is

xnmethintr tn hp H0rntir th o n i,f i I vote dry. He has friends that he

for j knows to be temperate, honorable
How to vote is a question every and devoted to the public interest,
nr.n should ponder seriously and de-iwho are goin to vote the other wav wav-cide
cide wav-cide according to his conscience and!So let us a11 vote withut prejudice,,
rpasnn. anri nnt anonrHin t hi nr0Jbut as ur reason and conscience dic-

There is much to say on both sides.
Beyond a doubt, Marion is a sober

county. There is less drunkenness in Mr. L. Martin, secretary of the

it than in any wet county of its size : eesburg board of trade, was in town
and less than in many that are dry. 'Friday, trying to interest our busi busi-Also,
Also, busi-Also, the Ocala saloons are the bestness mn in his booster train idea,
conducted and most orderly in the!ne did not make much impression,
state. The proprietors are all goodIn the first place, our Board of Trade
citizens, and have taken their share ,has several other matters of greater
in carrying the public' burdens andPromise on hand; in the second, it
working for the public advancement, j s obvious that Mr. Martin is biting
A dry victory would hurt them alljoff more than he can chew. A
financially, and would very likely re-j"booster train," that would amount
duce some of their employes to want. to enough to do the state any real
The great question to decide how-, good, would require much more time
ever, is, will a dry victory decrease and preparation that he is able to
drunkenness? 'give this one by the date set. If
l we shut thex saloons, we will j such a train is sent out, it must be
have more blind tigers than we have,a very good one, or it will be bad for
now more, because we always have j the state instead of beneficial. Call
some. jit off, Mr. Martin, until you can put

It has been very well said that if a; in about a year of scientific prepara-

man will drink, hp had better do hi:tion

drinking in a saloon. He will drink


friends regret to have them leave.

j Misses Ruth and Susie Ervin, who
have been pleasant visitors here the

:past week, returned to their home in
Orange Springs, Sept. 10. Mr. Ocala yesterday, much to the regret

shutting them 'will increase thePIrs- Mingledorff of Springfield, Ga., of their friends.

amount of illegal selling to the were guests of the Carlton House jin an(j Irs w l. Cowart left
point where drunkenness and disor-jlast week. last Saturday to go to Fort McCoy,
der will exceed what it is now, he j Mr. B. F. Dehiga left last Wednes- where Mr. Cowart has accepted a
should vote wet. jday, having received a message from position.

ine ecuior or tne star intends to ms nome in nnnois mat nis iatner Afr Phiiiin n'Rnnfce of rninmhns

had been accidentally killed. His G., is a guest of Pilgrim Inn.
friends here deeply sympathize with' Mr. Phillin Horn's fripnd are

sorry he has been ill the past week.

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mi. j. ri. tarr oi .eurasKa is a Mr. Horn has suffered the great mis mis-visitor
visitor mis-visitor at the springs. i fortune to have his home in Okla Okla-Mr.
Mr. Okla-Mr. J. C. Massey was a business 'oma destroved bv fire. Nothing

, was saved.

Mr. Ivey I. of Green Cove ; Mrs. F. W. Sear was hostess to
Springs left for his home last Fri- the Woman's Club last Wednesday,
day. He was the guest of Mr. J. B. Mr. and Mrs. Beatty of Detroit,
Hall and family several days last j Mich, are visitors who arrived here
week- ''last Saturday.
' Mr. and Mrs. William McComb of n n n .,
. Dr. G. B. Parramore and familv,
Detroit, Mich., have returned to Or-, T 1X r .. .
j M r. J. Herrin and family enjoyed

;a ride on the Ocala Northern, then a
j preaching service conducted by Rev.
j David Martin at Bay Lake, Sunday.
There were five persons baptised

at Dozier's Pond, after which there

was spread a good, old-fashioned

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more moderately in a saloon than if
he has a supply of liquor in his home

That is a very good speech of
Frank Clark's that we print on the

or place of business. There are cer-j first page. A trifle flamboyant in
tain restrictions on a licensed saloon i spots, but mostly good sense and
that are absent in an illegal place of good sentiment. It may not make
selling; in fact, no saloon keeper who Frank specially proud to know it.

caters to the orderly element wants
a drunkard in his place.
On the other hand:
Men. will learn to drink in saloons
who would never learn to drink in
blind tigers or in their homes or
other people's homes. There are
many men who have formed the
habit of drinking who have enough
will power to avoid the blind tiger
and secret bottle, but not enough to
avoid the open saloon, which is al always
ways always attractive to the man of social
So, there you are.
Will Marion county be more sober
dry than it is wet?
It is idle to say that this great
'county, with its thousands of indus industrious
trious industrious men and women, its tens of
"thousands of acres of fertile lands,

but its mighty seldom that we print
speeches, and never unless we think
they make mighty good reading.

Major J. K. Priest is representing
the Burbank section in the city to today.
day. today. He says that the farmers in
his section have had almost phenom phenomenal
enal phenomenal success with their crops this
season and the prospects for good
late fall crops are also fine.

The grounds are being cleared for
the new offices of the Anderson Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company at the corner of Osceo Osceola
la Osceola and South Third streets. Mr. C.
L. Anderson, president of the com company,
pany, company, iaforms us that he will be in
shape in a few days to "go after" the
lumber and building supply business
in earnest.

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j dinner that all enjoyed very much,
jafter services Sunday.
The following concerning a good
i road was handed to your correspond correspond-ent
ent correspond-ent by one of Marion county's good
'roads enthusiasts: Cost of road made
jfrom Orange Springs to Oklawaha
jriver is $428.49, which is the amount

rendered to Dr. G. B. Parramore by!&

the road overseer, Mr. L .W. Wilson.
jWe desire to thank the county com com-jmissioners
jmissioners com-jmissioners for the work that has

j been done. There is more work y

needed on this road; it being only
graded in the worst places makes it

i passable but not finished. We also

would like to give Mr. Wilson credit
for doing good work on those places.
We are sorry he had to leave us be be-.fore
.fore be-.fore the road was completed. All
we ask is that he come again soon
and work the rough places, and we
will eventually make it a good road.

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Cash must Accompany Orders.
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"Do we want saloons'

Akin ttlr&o IPlornlbei
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and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
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n n n n n p p p"
$ Every kZTSl'
.m tyrce strikes 1 imM
r How Much
C m TT The L. C. Smith Bros. Ball-bearing, I
service Lan You Lone'wean ne,ypewruer

If so. why?

and for what?"
Answer: Yes, millions of TEM TEMPERATE
PERATE TEMPERATE men want them or some something
thing something similar, for the simple reason
that there is a UNIVERSAL DE DEMAND
MAND DEMAND (prohibitionists included) for
wines, liquors and Leer, which must
be met somehow, or in some LEGAL
and LEGITIMATE way, and as the
saloon proves to be the best agent for
supplying this UNIVERSAL DE DEMAND
MAND DEMAND we propose that it remain
until you provide something better.
This DEMAND is as old as the hills,
IMATE, LEGITIMATE, and has been supplied by
Almighty God in all ages for the
temperate use and enjoyment of his
people :being used by the prophets,
priests and kings. Consult Deuter Deuteronomy
onomy Deuteronomy 14:23-26, and hundreds of
similar passages, and give the world
a REST on prohibition!
Questions: "Is time spent in them
which could be better spent else elsewhere?
where? elsewhere? Is money spent in them
which would do more good other otherwise?"
wise?" otherwise?" Answer: That's for the man to de decide
cide decide HIS BUSINESS and NONE OF
YOURS. When he needs a guardian
he may call on you. BE PATIENT
and WAIT! His time is not yours,
neither is his money both of which

you'd like to own. Time and money
DLER" MEDDLER" in the affairs of others is
worse than spent in saloons. BE
JUST, "pluck the mote out of your
eye" FIRST, or shut up!
Questions: "Is there likely to be
gambling in saloons? Is any money
worse than wasted in saloons? Do
fathers set bad examples for their
boys?. Do your boys get good habits
there that will make them good
Answer: No, not necessarily so.
Life is a RISK, a gamble, from the
cradle to the grave. The desire to
quickly, is INHERENT. All men
possess it, and all BUSINESS and
COMMERCE is the result of that

principle. To stamp it out would de destroy
stroy destroy the REAL POWER behind the
progress of civilized nations; there therefore,
fore, therefore, every merchant, banker, rail railroad
road railroad builder, corporation, lawyer,
doctor, artisan, and farmer takes his
and is, therefore, a EPECULATOR

Yes, paying ten or twenty million
dollars for a DUKE, monkey dinners,
dog suppers and fashionable recep receptions
tions receptions for cats and other animals
higher up; also money wasted in pro prohibition
hibition prohibition fights, pouring money into
the pockets of anti-saloon league

grafters, and prohibition orators and

by having the saloons shut up? If
so. who? And how would they be

i Answer: Yes, millions would be
j "HURT," by destroying their Lusi Lusi-j
j Lusi-j lie--, their jobs and their soiirces of
j income. Their families would suffer

.or 1002. shelter and raiment. I he
alndlord. butcher, baker, grocery grocery-man
man grocery-man and drygoods and clothing, and
an endless variety of necessities and
comforts sold from stores would be
"HURT." also the farmer and all pro producers
ducers producers of wealth. It will curtail the

circulation and greatly reduce the

Who of us want them, j purchasing power of the people. It

wouia drive them out 01 and into oth other
er other lines of business, creating conster consternation,
nation, consternation, confusion and competition
LY OVERSUP-LY of LABOR, and a corresponding
loss or lowering of wages. In fact,
STROYER. DESTROYER. Question: "Would some men be
better off today if they had never
been in a saloon? Would some wo women
men women and children be better fed and
better clothed? Would some homes
be happier?"
Answer: "Ifs," "and" and "buts"
apply o every man and every line
of business on earth. Dun and Brad Brad-street's
street's Brad-street's daily reports, together with
a detailed report of BANKRUPT,
COURTS show that millions would
have "been better off," "better fed
and better clothed," and far "hap "happier"
pier" "happier" had they never entered the
'cnking. grocery, dry goods, and an
endless line of business careers for
which they were not fitted. Millions
would have been far "happier," "bet "better
ter "better fed and clothed" had thev never
entered the BONDS of MATRIMONY,
and many more millions had they
guarded their haerts against GREED
and the "LOVE OF MONEY, which
is the root of all evil." The saloon
is not "IT!" Guess again! j
Question: "Would saloon keepers
and their families be better, happier,
or more useful in some other busi-.
ness? Do saloon keepers want to do
us good, or get our money? j
Answer: not necessarily so. They
are well qualified to perform their
duties and serve the public with as
much zeal, courtesy and kindness as :
men in other lines of business. They -are
a happy lot of fellows, big-heart- :
ed. generous and kind, perfectly so-'

ber. and will do you a good turn
much quicker and with a better

grace than the MORAL UPLIFTER, j
whose soul is SHRIVELED, and ;
whose stock of real LOVE AND j
CHARITY could not be found
through the aid of the HEAVEN- j
SCOPE! They don't want your mon-!
ey more than other men do give you
value received for it, and are pleased ;
to serve the public in a kind, and
generous way. Next to th Jewish j
nation, they are the worst persecuted
and slandered elasS on earth. Moun-
tains of deceit and fraud have been
practiced upon them, and oceans of j
lies have been conceived and poured j
out by the so-called Christians and

i harisees upon these men. "Except
ye repent (moral uplifter) ye shall
all likewise perish."
Question: "Do you like the dicta dictation
tion dictation of the saloon in politics?"
Answer: You forced the saloons
there, and if you want 'em out yoa
had better lead the way. The preach preacher
er preacher in polities is far more dangerous
than the saloon. Ecclesiastical his history
tory history is the bloodiest ever recorded.

' lay
U MMIIMl 1111

Dated Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. i),
H til, and Signed C. W, Crooke,
State Suijerintcmlont Anti-

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Saloon League of Florida j
This letter tends to confirm the j

rumor that the Anti-saioon league
of Florida had joined tle big liquor
interests of Jacksonville to VOTE

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the saloon. They are not allowed
there. Their bad "habits" are inher inherited
ited inherited or absorbed from bad company,
poor environments and a wretched
home life. REGULATE and CLEAN
OUT the home, make it the happiest

f place on earth and stop blaming the

saloons for your SINS.
There is something radically
wrong with the home when men pre prefer
fer prefer to spend their time and money
elsewhere. Love, sympathy, kind kindness
ness kindness and congeniality has DEPART DEPARTED.
ED. DEPARTED. Win them back, and men will
Question: "Is the saloon a good
place to educate the young men, who
are to be the husbands of our daugh daughters?"
ters?" daughters?" Answer: Schools, colleges and uni universities
versities universities are for the education of
young men. The saloon is a business
concern, authorized by the govern government
ment government that receives large revenues
therefrom, and is especially adapted
and qualified to supply a PRODUCT
for which there is a UNIVERSAL
DEMAND. If the government failed

to grant this authority, the people
Question: "If no money were spent

in saloons, would there not be more!e3 the innocent voters are rapidly

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good trade and less bad debts in
Answer: No! Of course not! Hang
about the nec kof Ocala, and busi business
ness business will be FLATTER THAN A
FLOUNDER! Customers will come
no more, and a general exodus of
citizens will ensue. Even the hon

est man cannot pay. if you PERSIST

LPRIVING him out of a job.

Question: "Would anybody be hurt

SCREW! With headquarters always)
found in a big "WET" town, where i

money, liquor and political PULL;
are unlimited, they are enabled to)

FLOOD the country with FAKE ar arguments,
guments, arguments, FAKE literature and

FAKE testimonials in order to FAKE i

the innocent voter into the belief j

inai rnuniBUiu-N is me .uusr-a,

JOSHUA or SAVIOR joi Florida.
PERCHED upon the backs of mil millions
lions millions of innnocent and unsuspecting

people this vulture, this POLITICO- :
ECCLESIASTICAL organization of j
ERS is depending on YrOU, YOUR
money, YOUR influence to INOCU INOCULATE
LATE INOCULATE the minds of innocent voters
deadly foe to TRUE TEMPERANCE,
RIGHTS. HUMAN-RIGHTS. Once fastened upon a
county or state its WITHERING and
BLIGHTING influences are never
eradicated or forgotten. It perse persecutes
cutes persecutes and prosecutes the POOR and
stands by the RICH in their clubs,
where all sorts of liquor is obtain obtainable.
able. obtainable. You express a tremendous
LOVE and SOLICITUDE for the "la "laborer"
borer" "laborer" intimating that you fail to
get a hundred per cent, of WORK
out of him, and that, therefore, he
should be saved from TEMPTATION.
MUZZLED like an ox. and worked
like a steam engine to make more j
profits for the rich drinker in the
Ani-Saloon League clubs.

Never mind. Mr. Crooke things X
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tumbling to your RACKET, and in
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gether together with that monstrous religious
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To be Presented by Dickion Chapter,
U. I. t.

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

L IK C. Meeting

Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, held its sister, Mrs

The next bestowal of 'Crosses of

I Honor" will be September 27th, 1313.

The United Daughters of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy give this little brown cross to

a pleasant visit of several days to her jery Confederate veteran who

C. P. Kelly. Miss Mavs faithfully served the southern Con

federacy from the time of his enlist-

resular monthlv business meeting W ill spend the winter in Ocala, where

vt6r,i. 't,r,r- r !shp will hp a mpmhpr nf thp fafiiirv ment until his honorable discharge

Mrs. S. R. Whaley, Mrs. D. E. Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, president, presiding. Fifteen
members were present for the open opening
ing opening prayer and nineteen were present
when the motion for adjournment

of the Ocala High School. -Recorder.


At the home of the bride's parent;

vas;made. The regular routine of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Killer, a pretty
business such as reading of minutes, home wedding was solemnized in the
report of committees, etc., were tak- presence of a few intimate friends of

en up in order, and plans for raising 'the contracting parties .when Robert

money to meet pledges and to build
a memorial chapter house were dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. The president urged the
chapter to celebrate -CLianna Day,
Sept. 27th, not only !j carry out a
custom established lat year, but es especially
pecially especially in order that an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity be given to present three crosses
of honor to people who are waiting
to receive them. The chapter voted
almost unanimously to keep the day
and two committees, one to arrange
the program, and another to attend
to the decorations, were appointed.
The meeting will be held at 10 a. m.,
Sept. 2 7th, at Yonge's Hall. One
new member, Mrs. Lee M. Raysor,
was added and a message of love
sent erbally from the honorary
president, Mrs. Fanny R. Gary, was
delivered by Mrs. MoorheacL Mrs. B.
A. Weathers will entertain the chap chapter
ter chapter at !'s next meeting. Immediately
after adjournment Misses Blanche
Whaley and Sue Moore served deli delicious
cious delicious fiait salad and wafers.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver up from

Sinclair and Mrs. Mary McCollum
were married by the Rev. Harry W.
McCombs, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, at 6 o'clock last Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. Those present beside the bride
and groom were Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Killer and son and Mr. and Mrs. A.
C. Cleveland and daughter. Follow Following
ing Following the ceremony a fine wedding
supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair were the recipients of many
handsome wedding presents.
The groom is deputy circuit court
clerk and the bride is the oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kil Killer,
ler, Killer, and is held in high esteem in
this community, where she is well

Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair, who will be
at home at the residence of the
bride's parents, are receiving the
congratualtions and best wishes of a
host of friends. Fort Pierce News.
Miss Mary Connor has returned to

Lake Weir from a visit to Mrs. W. i

The cross can be obtained by making
out papers setting forth this service.
The application papers can be secur

ed .rem the nearest local chapter.
At our next bestowal. three

" Crosses of Honor will be gien;
one to Mr. C. J. Ross, who served
a sa private in Company K, First
Regiment, Reserve Florida Volun Volunteers.
teers. Volunteers. He enlisted May, 1SG4, and
was discharged April, 1S63.
Mrs. Xancy Brooks Ferguson will
receive the cross of her husband, Mr.
Xeil Ferguson, who served as a pri private
vate private in the Home Guards, Volun Volunteers,
teers, Volunteers, under Maj. A. J. Footman,
from January, 1S65, to April, 1865.
Mr. S. M. Lummus will receive his
father's cross, Mr. Ezekiel Sylvester
Lummus, who was a private in Com Company
pany Company F, Third Georgia Cavalry. He
served from May 10, 1S64, until the
close of the war.
Xo widow or descendant receiving
a cross can wear it as that is an

i honor for a veteran only.
j Mrs. D. E. Mclver,
Pres. Dickison Chapter, U. D. C.


A. Hanman at Clearwater. Miss Con-

The many friends of Mr. Jos. W.
Dodge in the city were much sad saddened
dened saddened to learn that his daughter,
Miss Adelaide, died at the family

ihome in Jacksonville yesterday aft-

nor will shortly open the Ocala j

! ernoon, after a long illness.

the lake at noon yesterday to preside School of Music for the fall and win-

at the meeting of the U. D. C, and jter term.

returned to the lake at night.

Miss Elizabeth Xelson returned to 'Bell Culpepper of

her home in Tampa today after an
extended visit with Mrs. J. H. Mc Mc-Clymonds.
Clymonds. Mc-Clymonds. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Godwin of
Fairfield were in the last last night
to attend the band concert, and did
not return home till this morning.
. m
Mr. Harry Borland returned to

Misses Mary Skipworth and Clara

White Springs,

who are pleasantly remember as be being
ing being guests of Miss Clara Johnson in
the spring, are now in Lake City
visiting Mrs. G. O. Palmer.
A pretty October wedding to take
place in DeLand will be that of Miss
Eva Elizabeth Xahin to Mr. A. H.
Mahoney of Jacksonville. Miss Xahin
is known to many Ocalans who sum-

I Miss Adelaide was a beautiful and

accomplished young lady. She num numbered
bered numbered her friends in Jacksonville by
the hundred.
Mr. Dodge left on the early morn morning
ing morning train to attend the funeral. His
Ocala friends sympathize deeply with
him in his affliction.

Citra today after a brief visit in the mer at Daytona Beach.

city. Mrs. Borland and son James,
and the former's aunt, Mrs. J. B.
Borland and Misses Louise and Ethel

Miss Helen' Hardeerho is not
only one of the most populalvclerks

Borland are now in Pittsbmg, Pa., at Rheinauer's, but in Ocala, re revisiting
visiting revisiting relatives. They expect to turned this aftenopn from Asheville,
reach home on the 30th. N c where Ehe i,.as nad a lovelv
j visit of several weeks with Mrs.
Mr. B. S. Weathers of the Florida George Rentz.
National Bank, Jacksonville, leaves
tonight for a vacation, going first to j The Iriends of Miss Sarah Pearl
Richmond, Va., to be present next Martin were glad to see her riding
week at the bankers' meeting at 'with hor father Mr fr

Miss Martin
fever for five

Dodge are ex ex-after
after ex-after an ab-

r i . i i

wnicn ne win represent me norma a short while today.
National. From there he will visit has had intermittent
friends in Washington en route to weeks.
New York, to visit his brother, Mr. j
X. A. Weathers and bride. Before re- J Dr and Mrs W H
turning Mr. Weathers will spend apected home Monday

fejv days at V Uliston School, Massa-; sence of six weeks or more Dr.

chusetts, where he was once a stud- Dojge visited his son, Rev. Richard

Dodge and bride at Cape Charles,
iVa., until the last of August, corn-

Mrs. C. Carniichael is vl- then to gt Augustine, where he

loomed home by liermany friends Voe finQrt tVlQ ,1ivi; irt .kq uk,-.

tfter an absence ci tliree months at L,.t t-..

Allegheny Inn, Gosherf, which is one hode went to Anderson, S. C. to
ofVhe most popularas well as licyfvis5t another son, Rev. Witherspoon

frsinj. 1 Dodge and bride, and the past ten


turesuue, ..summer resorts in

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson;, who
have been in Xew Yok for the' past
ten days, combining Ihusiness with
pleasure, returned 4lome yesterday.

days she has been in Jacksonville,
visiting two other sons.
Capt. T. H. Johnson is expecting
his wife and 'daughter to reach home

some time next week from their

Miss Elizabeth Mays returned to Llimnior rmtino- in tho mmmtin, r,f

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Puffed Rice
Puffed Wheat
Puffed Corn
Kellog's Toasted Corn
Post Toasties
Cream of Wheat
Grape Nuts
Shredded Wheat'Biscuit

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bayer of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, who stopped in Ocala on their
way homo from Indiana to visit their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Olebia Landers, left for Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland yesterday morning.
The sewing circle of the Baptist
church will meet Monday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W.
A. Knight.
The Methodist sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. T. C. Luckie Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Miss Gertrude Watson, one of the
competent nurses in St. Luke's hos hospital
pital hospital of Jacksonville, is in the city,
the guest of Miss Ella Bogie.
Mr. Lee Howell and family are ex expected
pected expected home this afternoon from
their summer visit to Xorth Georgia.

Washington and Xew York.

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

Tennis rackets and balls at The
Murray Company. 9-ll-3t







Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Xext meeting Friday night Sept. 26.


Regular Price.



A big lot of new
Murray Company.

novels at The







Grocery leparSmeEt

Royal Dutch

The Cocoa that is ALL GOCOA

w '"".,
Until you have tried this .you have not
yet tasted the most exquisitely flavored
Cocoa on the market.
Absolutely Pure, Therefore Economical.





Menhant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.


i 902 Fort Kioa Ave. Ocala, Florida

111 VJ
I ;

$ i

Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea season:
son: season: September
14. Temperance lecture.
2.jth. Edward D'Oize in 'The
Merchant of Venice."
17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. 24th. "Bought and Paid For."
27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
2Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little
COth. Coburn's Minstrels.

The Barber of Seville."
"The Leopard Spots."
Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
"Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vadis."

Divorce Question.



This school will properly train and educate young ladies and girls
in a practical useful course for higher and Letter life. We solicit

.the attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance them
t'rapidly and thoroughly, making the work in school a pleasure as
well as an elegant means of culture.-
We have agreed to take a few small boys about 12 years of age in
x our primary and preparatory department.
Young men's classes from 2 to p. m. or from 7:. 'JO to 0:30 at
nignt. Best attention and. thorough teaching.


2 3rd.


.", "The Shepherd of the Hills.'
17th. "Polly of the Circus."




The Smart Set.
"The Spring Maid."

1. Smart Set.
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.



GEO. C. and MRS. G. C. LOONEY,

Windsor .-.Motel

Jacksonville's Finest
Fbrlda's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel


Babies neec a perfect skin-covering.
Skin eruptions cause them not
onlv intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. DR. HOBSOX'S ECZ ECZEMA
EMA ECZEMA OIXTMEXT can be relied on
for relief and permanent cure of suf suffering
fering suffering babies whose skin eruptions
have made their life miserable. "Our
baby was afflicted with breaking out
of the skin all over the face and
scalp. Doctors and skin specialists
failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's
Eczen:a Ointment and were overjoy overjoyed
ed overjoyed to see baby compVfely cirel be before
fore before one box was used," writes Mrs.
Strubler, Dubuque. Iowa. All drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. "0 cents. Tydings
ic Co.. Ocala, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
St. Louis, Mo., Philadelphia, Pa ad

The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to l

Home Hotel of the State
European Plan S1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida


No matter what it is you have to sell, or what
it is you want an ad in our Unclassified Column
will bring the desired results.

Will Treat You Right,
Will Protect Yo.i.
Will Protect Your Property.
Delight in Doin;? Good Work.
Can Please You.

1 All Kinds of Cement Work Properly Executed.

Are you contemplating building a new house? If so, let me give
me help arrange your plans, or tell me what you want and I will furnish
for ray consideration, and none too large. Give me a chance to figure on
favor. A card addressed to me will receive prompt attention. s

P. O. RON. NO. 438.

COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
sniDDinn 01
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

Runabouts ESS:
Rubber -Mohair

Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.:
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

George Giles,

J. L. Wiley,

A St. George Richardson,
(Not In


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

Where Shall I
UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL. 10. new brick build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimming
pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
in faculty and officers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 states
and foreign countries last session.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A. A. MIHIPHREE, President.

4 Trails from flue West
Atlantic;. Coast Line
Dixie Flyer", "Seminole Limited", "South Atlantic Lim
ited" Montgomery Route, through Pullman Cars from
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinatti, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids
Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham
to Jacksonville. Z'T
Dining Gap Service

For information call on
Divls ion Passenger Agent, Tampa,

HtgjM Grade IPii!itin

1? U

Contractor & Builder

We Sell
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Phone 296
ADS. lor your wants
Frank P.
Assistant Cashier.
Go To School ?
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department.
School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Beautiful location
beautiful buildings and first-class
equipmert throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pool. Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred 'and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $124 per year. Fo
infe-mation address,
Ticket Agent. Ocala, Fla.


Use Rest of Materials.
Slight nothing.
Guarantee all Work.
Want to Know what more you
could ask.
you a figure before you build. Let
plans accordingly. No job too small
your work. I will appreciate the
9-3-E O D
Anthony, Sept. 10. Anthony is
still on the map, and why we have
not been represented among your
correspondents, I suppose, is because
everyone is too busy to writ up the!
news and nice things we have to tell.
School opened September 1st with
SC pupils and others to come in. We
expect a successful term this year,
with Prof. Beard, principal. Miss
Ruth Gill, first assistant, Miss Hettie
Harwell, second assistant.
After a good crop and satisfactory
prices for same, the farmers have
been enjoying an outing, visiting
and fishing, and having a general
good time in their new autos five
in all which have been bought since
shipping season closed.
Another sign of prosperity is the
concrete work being done around the
stores and on the streets and walks
in the yards of the residence portion
of town. When that was finished
Mrs. Beard started out with a sub subscription
scription subscription paper among our generous
hearted people and in less than one
day's time had raised over fifty dol dollars,
lars, dollars, mostly cash, to put in a cement
walk and steps in front of theh Mteh Mteh-odist
odist Mteh-odist church, which was soon com completed,
pleted, completed, and there was some money
left to help repair the parsonage.
Rev. J. C. Pace is away on a vaca vacation
tion vacation in the mountains of North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Fickles were
in town Monday visiting their grand
parents, having just returned from
their western trip.
John Talton, who has been off on
an extended trip returned a few days
Word from Lee Howell and fam family,
ily, family, in New York, states that they
will be home the last of the week.
We had a splendid talk Sunday
and Sunday night from Rev Charles
White, state Sunday school superin
tendent: It was inspiring to all who j
heard it. But isn't it strange there
are so lew in our towns, as well as
all other places, who think they are
really so good that they don't need
ever to go to church, or to hear a
temperance talk. Why, there has
been enough literature handed out
from this postoffice to make kindl kindling
ing kindling for the fire for months to come,
had it not been too wet to burn.
Mrs. Bridenbecker, who was for-
merly Miss Gene Swain, was married
in Sarasota on Sept. 8, to a Mr.
Young, contractor of that place, and
report says he is a very fine man.
There will be a church social giv given
en given at the parsonage by the ladies of
the Home Missionary society, on
Friday evening, Sept. 12. Fruit
punch, cake and sandwiches will be
served. The proceeds will be used
for a good purpose.
The latest fad on on dress was in introduced
troduced introduced by a New York society lady,
which we think must surely be the
limit. It is the "kneelet," where the
watch is worn just above the knee,
with an appropriately slashed skirt
that gives full view of the timepiece.
But that is in New lork and it is
hoped it will never reach Florida.
Almond cocoa soap, which is with without
out without an equal. Get it at the Court
Pharmacy. 9-2
Notice is hereby given that a spe special
cial special election is hereby called for the
purpose of electing a councilman
from ward two, city of Ocala, to fill

the unexpired term of Dr. J. W.
Hood, resigned. Said election will
be held at the city hall on the "th
day of October, A. D. 1913.
I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
H. H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robia Robia-son
son Robia-son as clerk of said election.
In witness whereof 1 have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand as mayor of the city
of Ocala, this the 21st day of August,
A. D. 1913. J. D. Robertson,
Attest: Mayor.
H. C. Sistrunk, Citj Clerk.


(Rev. Jno. B. Ley, Pastor)
Sunday school 0:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. w. by the pastor.
Subject, "Citizens of God's King Kingdom."
dom." Kingdom." ; At ;::3u p. ni. Senior League.
Union Services
, At the Temple theater union ser ser-!
! ser-! vices, will be held at S p. m. This
being the last union services for this
year, the program will be one of un un-I
I un-I usual interest and will be directed to
give special emphasis to our ap-
proaching wet or dry election. Short,
j pithy addresses by the pastors. Good
j music and a cordial welcome. The
1 building crowded.
(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject of
sermon, "Getting Ready for His
3:30 p. m. Junior union.
7 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
S p. m. Union services at
Temple theater.
Everybody welcome.
II. Coleman, Minister)
m. Sunday school,
m. Sermonette.
m. Union services at
10 a.
11 a.
S p.
Temple theater.
Everybody welcome.
Judge Circuit Court W.
lock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H.
S. Bui Bui-Davis,
Davis, Bui-Davis, Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Aver. Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Win. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala; B
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
Will cure your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts and
Burn4. Old Sores, Stings of Insect s
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order pf Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. (Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a'ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
The Ocala. Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
FOR RENT Four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, two
blocks from courthouse. Apply at
20 6 N. Main street, or call for Mc Mc-Lucas
Lucas Mc-Lucas at Williams' barber shop,
Ocala House. 9-ll-6t
Rexall tooth paste, a perfect den den-triflce,
triflce, den-triflce, antiseptic and deodorant; 25c.
tubes, at Gerig's drug stores. 8-29
By Being Constantly Supplied With
Thedford's Black-Draught
McDuff, Va. I suffered for several
years, says Mrs. J. B. Wmttaker, o
this place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
I en years ago a mend tola me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi
cine tor young ana oia.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and il
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a
Cackage to-day. N. C 12a

ca!a North

Change of Schedule,
Effective Sunday, September 14th.
No. 76 leaving Ocala 8:00 a. m, and No. 77 arriving
Ocala 5:10 p. m. Sunday train; and No. 72 leav leaving
ing leaving Ocala 7:30 a. m. and No. 73 arriving Ocala
5:10 p. m. week days will be discontinued.

G. IP. A..

9-13-Ctd UN
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, pres
lent; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael. F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney- C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works I.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
Following are the names of the clerks
and inspectors who will serve at the
polling: places in the precincts of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, at the election to
he held
Tuesday, September 10, A. I)., 1013:
Precinct 1. A. to L.. inclusive. Ocala
L,. F. F.allard, clerk: llaxter Carn.
11. T. Adams, J. H. Livingston, Jr., in inspectors.
spectors. inspectors. Precinct 1, M. to L. inclusive, Ocala
Gen. F. Marh, clerk: T. L.. Dekle, U
o. Pooher, J. 1. Phillips, inspectors.
Precinct No. 2. Iteddick Ed. D. Rou,
clerk: J. C. Dupuis, F. J. McQuaig, W.
F. Pulliam. inspectors.
Precinct No. 3, Fleminston II. W.
Nettles, clerk: J. M. Mathews. W. 1L
Anderson C. M. Gray, inspectors.
Precinct No. 4, Cotton Plant C. R.
Veal, clerk: J. A. IJrooks. J. U 13.
Hudens, M. Atkinson, inspectors.
Precinct No. 5. Romeo J. II. Lanier,
clerk: J. II. YVisKins. J. F. Hudgens.
W. J. Folks, inspectors.
Precinct No. 6. Camp Izrard H. A.
Ross, clerk; E. W. W. Jordan, YV. V
Strickland, Geo. N. Dorr, inspectors.
Precinct No. 7. Shady Geo. Johns,
clerk; Reuben Redding. Fred G. Buhl,
N. J. Edwards, inspectors.
Precinct No. 8, Summerneld J. V.
Proctor, clerk; lrvin s. lmlups, J.
Leon Wall, Frank Izabell. inspectors.
Precinct No. Lake Weir J. M.
Rlair. clerk: G. K. Kemp. Joan 1.
Lewis, H. W. Henry, Sr., inspectors.
Precinct No. 10, Moss Rlurr J. C.
Pillans. clerk; Y. E. Martin, M. It.
Morrison. Albert YV. Fort, inspectors.
Precinct No 11. Graharnville J. A.
Reynolds, clerk: L. W. ilson, J. It.
Homers. R. C. Fort, inspectors.
Precinct No. 12, Salt Springs I.
Williamson, clerk; J. Hicks, b.
Hastings, J. F. Falana, inspectors.
Precinct No. 13. Fort McCoy A, J.
Albritton. clerk; R. A. Hogan, J.
Stevens, W. S. Priest, inspectors.
Precinct No. 14, Orange Springs
F. Jordan, clerk: R. A. Carlton, D. M.
Waldron. D. R. P.rinson. inspectors.
Precinct No. 13, Linadale C. A. Mc-
Craney, clerk: D. L. Drawdy. C. J. Mc-
Craney. H. Dowell. inspectors.
Precinct No. 16. otra 1;. c. uous-
lass, clerk: J. Crosby, M. J. lim lim-rnons,
rnons, lim-rnons, Robert Shortridie, inspectors.
Precinct No. 1. Anthony u. 11.
Leitner, clerk: C. C. Priest, J. D. Ras
kin. D. W. Shealy, Inspectors.
Precinct No. 18, Martin P.. O. Webb,
clerk; W. M. Shockley, W. A. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, H. A. Meadows, inspectors.
Precinct No. 1! Stanton L. 1-. New
port, clerk; Arsene J. Lehman. 1.
Kelsev, jolin t. Mgnion, inspectors.
Precinct No. 20. Blitchton J.
Coulter, clerk: T. M. Phillips, R.
Ferguson. Sam Curry, inspectors.
Precinct No. 21. Bellevlew L. L.
Hopkins, clerk: R. H Hale. D. C.
Stanley, J. N. Shedd, inspectors.
Precinct No. 22, Mcintosh L. T.
Ilickson, clerk: W. G. Nors worthy, J.
II. Havird, D. H. Irvine, inspectors.
Precinct No. 23. Pedro W. H.
Swearmgen, clerk: S. o. Lovell, M. .M.
Proctor, Robert Shaw, inspectors.
Precinct No. 2 4. Dunnellon C. E.
Hood, clerk; W. N. Knisht. F. J. Tit-
comb. E. F. Smith, inspectors.
Precinct No. 2o, Candler A. J. snell,
clerk: Albert McClain, G. G. Richie.
A. Belcher, inspectors.
Precinct No. 2o, Sparr Jno. W.
Luffman, clerk; A. S. Lambert, D. W.
Hooker. W. D. Eminisor, Sr., inspec inspectors.
tors. inspectors. Precinct No. 27. Eureka Jasper J.
Brinson. clerk: John R. Iloaan, L. B.
Marsh, F. M. Harp, inspectors.
Precinct No. 28. Levon J. S. Rarrett,
clerk; W. J. Frink. L. K. Dankwertz,
Y. J. Wrisht, inspectors.
Precinct Xo. 2:, Kendrick .V. S.
Pickett, clerk; Z. Graham, C. 11. Shaw,
Peter Loos, inspectors.
Precinct No. 30. Martel P. A. Aus Aus-ley.
ley. Aus-ley. clerk; J. L. Beck. J. A. Carter, J.
H. Clark, inspectors.
Precinct No. 31. Fairfield G. Mark Mark-am.
am. Mark-am. clerk: J. A. Jones. D. B. Payne, A.
G. Yonsrue, Inspectors.
Precinct Nr. 32, Gilmer W. R. Dre Dre-her.
her. Dre-her. clerk; J I. Whittinpton. J. D.
Dupuis, S. P. Oeiaer. inspectors.
I H. NUGENT. Clerk,
Board of Commissioners of Marion
County, Florida.
nplioatlon for Tax Deed Under
eelIon X of Chapter 4ss,
I.awM of Florida
Notice is hereby given that Hubert
L Shearer, purchaser of tax certifi certificate
cate certificate No. c67. dated the 5th day of
June. A. D. nU, has filed said cer certificate
tificate certificate in my office, and ha? made ap
plication for tax deed to Issue in ac
eordance with law. Said
embraces the
followin ;
in Marion county, Florida. to
wit: '.v4 or nw
'.t, ana CW ot sw'
(-r- 6 iti 1.". s r 2 1 e S2 acres. Th'
said land beintr assessed a: the date ct
the issuance of such certificate in the
name of S. R. Stevenson. l.'nless said
certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon the
17th day of September, A. I. 1913
Witness my official signature ani
seal this the 16th dav of Auzust. a. D
ifi3. sean P. H. xi'GSXT,
LierK Lircuii vouri .hii;uh


en My
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE Two choice corner
lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. 8 2S-tf
FOR SALE White oak hall tree
and hat rack; has mirror, umbrella
rack, etc. Cheap for cash. Apply
Star office. 8-28-1 2t
FOR SALE A brand new visible
typewriter, a forty-acre farm near
Ocala; tw well drilling machines.
one horse and new set of horness.
Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
Fla. 8-19-lm
FOR SALE A small cottage, good
location; cash and time; bargain if
taken quick. Address, Cottage care
the Star. 9-6-6t
FOR SALE Big bargain In unim unimproved
proved unimproved property; half cash, balance
on easy terms. Addhess, Cox 164,
city. 9-6-6t
man who is thoroughly familiar with
a Shay locomotive, can get a position
by applying to the undersigned. Only
a first class man who knows his bus
inetss need apply. R. J. Rivers,
Ocala, Fla. 9-l-12t
WANTED A second hand ice
box; one that will hold 100 pounds
of ice; must be in good repair and
at reasonable price. Address S. K.
L., care tSar. 9-5-6t
rent, a modern six' 'or seven room
residence; must be in good location
and in first class condition. Apply
to L. O. Tyler, Ocala, House. 9-2-Ctd
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9-4-tf
MONEY WANTED $3000 wanted
on gilt-edged real estate security.
Address, Money, care Star. 9-6-4t
TABLE BOARD Can supply ta table
ble table board for two young men or for
man and wife in private family;
room in house or Immediate neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address, Table Board, care
Star. 9-6- 61
WANTED To rent, two or three
rooms for housekeeping, or cottage;
couple without children. Address
B12X, .Star. 7-8-6t
A STOLENV-A light sorrel mare with tfax maae
and tail; white star In face; tvyo
years and five months old. A lib liberal
eral liberal reward for return to J. J. Gas Gas-kin,
kin, Gas-kin, Sparr, Fla. 9-8-4t
FOR RENT New five room cot cottage,
tage, cottage, desirably located on coiner of
South Sixth and Tuscawall.i gRc-.-ts;
electric lights, bath room lzI o.iir
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
Haycraft at Haycraft & Camp's mil millinery
linery millinery store 9-8-6t
once for 30 to 60 days. Possible
permanent position if competent.
3S; or 342. 9-10-3t
able-bodied and intelligent man, able
and willing to do any work. Has
been in the sawmill business and 13
famniar with machinery, and will
take any position offering a
fair re-
j muneration. Address, Box
Ocala, Fla.
( r,.-,,. t, ..
h,nc ,iv.
nouse near high school, $12:0 per
'month. Apply to H. P. Bitting at


8-16-Sa: dly

Tydings' drugstore. 9-13-3td





We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin financially
ancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by his firm. National
Hank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In Internally,
ternally, Internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv

nave rnouent twiep about ir Tf tho i

guest had read it aloud, it would have
aroused no suspicion.

Sins of Omission.
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walking In a new and hard way. She
brought to her task a disciplined
mind, a fine artistic taste, a delicate
but healthy body, and a pair of will willing,
ing, willing, if unskilled, hands. To her sur surprise,
prise, surprise, she discovered that the work
for which she had so often lightly
given orders was beyond her strength.
Ab the weary days succeeded each otb

Tryon Dunham turned and caught
a glimpse of silver changing hands.
One man was slight and fashionably
dressed, and the light that was cast
from the neighboring window showed
his face to be dark and handsome.
The other was short and stout, and
clad in a faded Prince Albert coat that
bagged at shoulders and elbows. He

pr Inrrt vVa aha frnn$ that ivViilA

her skill in table-setting and waiting wore rubbers over hisshoe.. and his
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was much prized, it was more than off offset
set offset by her discrepancies in other lines,
and so it came about that with mutual
consent she and Mrs. Rhinehart parted
This time, with her reference, she
did not find it so hard to get another
place, and, after trying several, she
learned to demand certain things,
which put her finally into a home
where her ability was appreciated,
and where she was not required to do
things in which she was unskilled.
Then the son of the house came
home from college in disgrace, and
began to make violent love to ther,
until her case seemed almost des desperate.
perate. desperate. She dreaded inexpressibly to
make another change, for in some
ways her work was not so hard as it
had been in other places, and her
wages were better: but from day to

day she felt she could scarcely bear
the hourly annoyances. The other

servants, too, were not only utterly

uncompanionable, but deeply jealous
of her, resenting her gentle breeding,
her careful speech, her dainty per

sonal ways, her room to herself, her
loyalty to her mistress.
Sometimes in the cold arid darkness

of the night-vigils she would remem

ber the man who had helped her, who

had promised to be her friend, and
had begged her to let him know if
she ever needed help. Her hungry

heart cried out for sympathy and coun counsel.
sel. counsel. In her dreams she saw him com coming
ing coming to her across interminable plains,

hastening with his kindly sympathy,

but she always awoke before he reach
ed her.
It was about this time that the firm

of Blackwell, Hanover & Dunham had
a difficult case to work out which in

volved the gathering of evidence from
Chicago and thereabouts, and it was
with pleasure that Judge Blackwell ac accepted
cepted accepted the eager proposal from the
junior member of the firm that he
should go out and attend to it.
As Tryon Dunham entered the sleep sleeper,
er, sleeper, and placed his suit-case beside him
on the seat, he was reminded of the
night when he had taken this train

with the girl who had come to occupy

the corner, and Dunham and his host
entered the house.
They were presently seated at a
well appointed table, where an elab elaborate
orate elaborate dinner was served. The talk
was of pleasant things that go to
make up the world of refinement; but
the mind of the guest was troubled,
and constantly kept hearing that sen sentence,
tence, sentence, "She goes by the name of

T. W. C. A.
three tomorrow.

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A Short, Baggy Figure

Then, suddenly, he looked up and
met her eyes!
She was standing just back of her
mistress's chair, with quiet, watchful
attitude, but her eyes had been un unconsciously
consciously unconsciously upon the guest, until he
he looked up and caught her glance.
She turned away, but the color rose

He took his leave early in the eve- 1
ning and hurried back to his hotel. As'!

he crossed the street to hail a cab, he

thought he saw a short, baggy figure i

shambling along in the shadow on the
other side, looking up at the house.
He had professed to have business

to attend to. but when he reached his i

room he could do nothing but sit down
and think. That he had found her for
whom he had so long sought filled hinj
with a deeper joy than any he had
ever known before. That he had found
her in such a position deepened the
mystery and filled him with a name nameless
less nameless dread. Then out of the shadow
of his thoughts shambled the baggy
man in the rubbers, and he could not
rest, but took his hat and walked out
again into the great rumbling whirl
of the city night, walking on and on,
until he again reached the house
where he had dined.
He passed in front of the building,
and found lights still burning every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Down the side street, he saw
the windows were brightly lighted in
the servants' quarters, and loud laugh laughter
ter laughter was sounding. Was she in there
enduring such company? No, for there
high in the fourth story gleamed a
little light, and a shadow moved about
across the curtain. Something told
him that it was her room. He paced
back and forth until the light went
out, and then reverently, with lifted
hat, turned and found his way back
to the main avenue and a car line. As
he passed the area gate a bright light
shot out from the back door,' there was
a peal of laughter, an Irish good night,
and a short man in baggy coat and
rubbers shambled out and scuttled

noiselessly down to the back street.
(Continued Monday)







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the Honorable W. E. Smith, judge ofj"Ts this you. Dunham? I thought you
Kortaa: in KMrfhne pplK I were booked for home two days ago.
tion of D. A. Smith, administrator of Suppose you come home to dinner

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in her cheeks, and she knew that he

a great part of his thoughts in these j was watching her.

Her iook nad startled mm. He naa
never thought of looking for her in a
menial position, and at first he had
noticed only the likeness to her for
whom he was searching. But he watch watched
ed watched her furtively, until he became more
and more startled with the resem resemblance.
blance. resemblance. At last he broke in upon the
"Excuse me, but I wonder if I may
interrupt you for a moment. I have
thought of something that I ought to
attend to at once. I wonder if the
waitress would be kind enough to
send a 'phone message for me. I am
afraid it will be too late if I wait."
"Why, certainly," said the host, all
anxiety. "Would you like to go to the
'phone yourself, or can I attend to
it for you? Just feel perfectly at
Already the young man was hastily
writing a line or two on a card he had
taken from his pocket, and he handed
it to the waitress, who at his question
had moved silently behind his chair to
do his bidding.
"Just call up that number, please,
and give the message below. They
will understand, and then you will
write down their answer?"
He handed her the pencil and turn turned
ed turned again to his dessert. Apparently
his entire attention was devoted to his
host and his ice, but in reality he was
listening to the click of the telephone
and the low, gentle voice in an adjoin

ing room, it came alter only a mo moment's
ment's moment's pause, and he wondered, at the
calmness with which the usual for formula
mula formula of the telephone was carried on.
He could not hear what she said, but
his ears were alert to the pause, just
long enough for a few words to be
written, and then to her footsteps
coming quietly back.

He had applied the test. There was

no number upon the card, and he

knew that if the girl were not the one
of whom he was in search, she would
return for an explanation.

All during the journey he planned a
campaign for finding her, until he
came to know in his heart that this
was the real mission for which he had
come to Chicago, although he intended
to perform the other business thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly and conscientiously.
Upon his arrival in Chicago, he in inserted
serted inserted a number of advertisements in
the daily papers, having laid various
plans by which she might safely com

municate with him without running
the risk of detection by her enemy.
If M. R. is in Chicago, will she kindly
communicate with T. Dunham, General
Delivery? Important.
Mrs. Bowman's friend has something of
importance to say to the lady who dined
with her October 8th. Kindly send ad address
dress address to T. D., Box 7, Inter-Ocean office.
"Mary," let me know where and when
I can speak with you about a matter of
importance. Tryon D., Record-Herald L.
These and others appeared in the
different papers, but when he began to
get communications from all sorts of
poor creatures, every one demanding
money, and when he found himself
running wild-goose chases after differ different
ent different Marys and M. R.s, he abandoned

all hope of personal columns in the
newspapers. Then he began a sys systematic
tematic systematic search for music teachers and
musicians, for it seemed to him that
this would be her natural way of earn earning
ing earning her living. If she was so hard
pressed that this was necessary.
It was the evening of the third day
after his law vork was finished that
with a sad heart he went toward the
hotel where he had been stopping. He
was obiliged at last to face the fact
that his search had been in vain.
He had almost reached the hotel
when he met a business acquaintance,
who welcomed him warmly, for far
and wide among legal men the firm
cf which Judge Blackwell was the
senior member commanded respect.

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The Suites?
How to Avoid Those Pains and Distress
Which so Many Mothers Have Suffered.

I've a matter I'd like to

longiner to the said estate. I will offer talk over with you before you leave. I
for sale and sell to the highest and or.nnt thi i mnst fnrtumt mppt-
hest bidder for cash at the west door of shaI1 count th a mosl fortunate meet-
the court house in Ocala. Marion ing if you. will.
county. Florida, between the legal just because he caught at anv straw
hours of sale on , .
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tlie following. described real estate, to- ham accepted the ,nvltation. Just ag
Lots 7 and 8 of block 2 of subdivis- the cab door was flung open in front
i on0fobOcCakla.3Flad. and ill'apjutunl f the handsome house where he was
ances thereto. to be a guest, two men passed slowly
This Sth day of f-CR by. like shadows out of place, and
S-9-dly 3t sat Commissioner. there- floated in his ears one sentence

If you are "Mary Remington." tell me
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This was what he had written on
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