Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 01 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03071
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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Volme 14, N. 9L




Office Over Munroe & Chamblis/





Rooms 9, to and II,
Second Floor, Holder Block,



Dental Surgeon
Oc Over ceumnidi -k
Phone 211
Office Houra-8 to 12 a. m. ItoSBPm.

Charles D. Hulbert, N. D.
I af ftrmu

office Second Floor The U are aed
Chamblesl Bank BSuWl=n. Oeak,
Telephones: Office. 222; tReeldt ne, 45
Office. Hours
9-12 a. n., 2-4 p. nL. 7:20-814 a. i.


Ph'wfwn^ed ,
on apploation.

in 1 Connection With the HeWt Oi..
Skilled .workmen and comrtouw at-
tentlo ato alL Special tteti1a U.




& Caski it te otel M

h Wok Dwe by Lcensed EnI-



Hores fed also by day .W Il,
Rots.. and all domestic
prfoming any operation.
-.alkltlcU Omashoelng done
WoErWUDAMT vyLcne Em

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Ju. d Harti, wh, A ose, ,,
COepMwsfbass Te t#44 Tric fi
Nmoa me Jwis Happy
NaahvMe, .is. X.L-Very few peo-
ple tined out to attend the Coopers-
arp trial yesterday, because of the
weariome wait the day before dmE
the delay In 00curtaf Jarors. m
When court W "coVmNd Ie
was the usual rush oa petieusr withV
requests that they be eocmed fteik
jury duty. Judge Hart waived ol of
them aside, with the teoe pomm1
that no others would be exceed *t-I
jury duty save as they were *heW to
be Ineligible by law. fe
that in this way or y d1 D: sMpct
to see a jWy ememptIO
At t j et a thelawya
- -* whs* .* a -.***
ha a 'a-a1em-n. Wh 'dthe afs
were or ou et OK e-Bem a deputy
asked the Judwe K he 1Et aneow the
-U to a e r ,a t .he ..ter.. .
"Ye% and rsB die am tah Mow, toS
It they wist," swer ed the jOal

tare Jetr h&ul aw m mi
him. "Ter eme be a %16" hew
ben used to a O maz tek Sir
a good meayr an med it
powerfully tals eubl, te p-
uty woOldt sed fer it atrW &* ert
I set me-i-ant apO-evet easg
-nga the itsl ean

stitutie prohbit. US ag1am ora ,
cruel punishment. e to it ht a
gentlemen wbe iMest to hiM a taea
get it this idg asl every; Ns.I
tag hereafter."
The tak of seSlU t the sMeitadbr
of the Jury Is la praereesa

have had sevenT yests of roof
that Dr. KWi.s New Doiedvery l the
eolM and tr every dI doased eodw-
nVwft to e .man t ne
W. V. emry' at me. Tb
wmud ab has thirty-gM yeat ou
~r- that Dr. Khs a New fimewd
er s theb etf edye or efo nW.
cold* hu Srispe, -tR hea ;AT-r
brchitIN, beSarrhag of the1
'Ad aq, ew sen at se
tas timiey sae as- parents th de'
velopment of paameela. Sold aner
guarantee at an 4igagimr MIB. and 1
IL Trial bottle tree.


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*Johamaehb L le00h Afbeaf Jam
s.--One baa n eaf I d sixty 6 M waw-
drowned ina one of the sot Minae
sear thie city yesterday, when da"
which held ba"k the water of the Itv-
or fr ft Soone the =ine *krIet
-g&e way rad the -et beady t t ofota
swept d"eA 'SpeK the excavatias.-
Tem of the .m4 hIarimd and alsxtyr
wee white en aa O Ws beeasnu were
=ative, mostly axMa, who oama the
k of, thea lambOr WaUlred o the
- 20 geat dam Vas bes. .strnth..-
ed trom time ato e of* lats sad t
was besvee to he strong emFh to
wUtUomAd the preinre of the swolen
body of wateW, which had arsely s-
*eveed VC late 'egwf f th e*ees-
sive rase. TiTSW* was ne peimaMaUv
to worsk@ sei tshe, hay-
iw ar ftar of In a*s aa ,'
The dam baet at about the ermge,
of the huge (Bag, and la as ta. ant

werte -Imed to get out in time and
'make for higher ground.
A Religious Auster's tmft

MI.. Usih Mawith a ge*
to anable to get

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agal aatdaI t anant eems afal
N*. u eie anoeat I ih^

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Owing to the ~ttamt e. case
at -13 Otis' id in o
Ofty Ai Wa 4 reb.
by~reque"teI# Me AM do 00aet
- ~ftMOMlL ANdogs Me.
at_ Urge wvtheut A wlop Ahe kiled
do *jght.EkirS&
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A MlOP cON N ve.
A greed Pbe' -eNftw
sag blaerd k'wipde t
meggeut tm~e som- is of

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The Robley Mi l Qjartet gave an!
unusually fine concert at the Congre-
gational a .L...-:. Wednesday evening.
There was a i-c-d house and it was
amply -r nrIhd for the young men
made bnt::'f'rn melrdy. The bass
war o.hprb, decp, rich. true, musical
In -*ry n'.,-: the tenor was sweet
and hlc.r. The blending was finely
dor: and I'*e elections well chosen
and hbartily en.'orpd. The reader,,
Mr.,'. was, an elocutionary
prig, but natural and sympathetic, en-
tering into the real spirit of hit se-
lection, whether serious or humorous,
with k(en appreciation of a artist-
Humiston. (la.) New Era.
This excellent little company wml
be at the Armory next Thursday
night .on which ocp*sion the Star
hopes the house will be packed. otats
on sale at the Ocala News Co. Tues-
day morning, and you ceanegag
them If you wish to. beforehand.


Mr. J. P. Phillips. with the' MeKean
Lumber Co., who has been so earest-
ly and hard at work getting pp a Ma-
rion exhibit for the state fair at Tam-
pa and with gratifying success, Ands
his time so taken up with the grow-
ing business of the firm he is with
that he had to relinquish this part of
the work to Mr. W. D. Carn. who In
assuming the task desires the hearty
cooperation of all producers In Mar-
ion to make the exhibit an unqualified
The Agatheridan Society of the high
school gave an unusually Intereting
program yesterday afternoon. It was
in the form of a General R. E. Lee
program to commemorate the 102nd
anniversary of that great general. A
number of excellent essays were read
on his life and work. The debate,
should the government promote na-
tional forest reserves, was ably In-
dulged in. Miss Hope Robfneon and
Miss Helen Brown represented the at-
* formative, and MJis Sars Davts iand
Miss Mary Counts, the negative. The
affirmative won hands dowa.

The arrivals at the Montesuma yes-
terday afternoon made a glaod show-
Ign on the register. Ammng them
were J. J. Smith, the cattle man of
Center Hill;. R. J. Knlght and COL
Nie Barco, prominent elttmens of Crys-
tal. River. who said fishing ever was
better, and Dr. I 0. UAdaner, of An-

Messrs. Tompkins, Cobb & Co. made
a trade yesterday within Mr. E. P.
Rents whereby the former transterr-
ed eight flne mules for Mr. Rets's
.pair of fine sorrel carriage horses, In-
eluding the carriage and harness. This
firm is doing a splendid livery and
sales stable business and the way the
List two ears of fine mules and horses
ar.* guing. they will have to !nvade
the Tennessee markets again roon.

Gus Haley, who came up from Tam-
pa Saturday, has been running one of
Mr. Holder's autos this week li show-
ing Mr. Holder's friends the cmunt--
ajpd neirt Wednesdzy all take one o;:
Mr. Holder's machines to 'amnpa l it
f.lenAdb f that gentl=mLa..
Mrs. E. L. Freyermoutb. whn Lar,
had such a serious spe.l cf sickness,
Is on the road to r tv.-ry. She wai
able to dispense witthe services of
her 'nurse Wednesday...

Miss Emma Washburn. the trainee
nurse, left this morning for WIIllto]m
to nurse a patent. t;st evPning-sh'
gave a candy pulling to a few if her
friends at her htme In the second

Dr. G. E. Ca'ap, who recently pur-
chased a fine mratEo grove 9 o rt
on Lake Weir, :.a In town yatersy,.
accompanied by his wifo and daugh-
ter, and purch. ed4 good family
horse from To:-.ldans, Cobb & Co.

Frank Wetherbfe and Bob Conmar,
of the Marion Hardware Company,
went fishing yesterday at 14ke Bry-
an and caught a busheL Frank totk
a pocket engine along and put It la
the boat nnd made the trip across the
lake in t'o minutes. The fishermen
were dilhted with their luc and
the fine time enjoyed.-

Mr. Tom Pasteur, our popular
county treasurer, has had his slare
of suffering during the winter fea
an aggravated attack qf rheumatisa
In is left hand and wrist, that has
almost deprived him of the use of It,

Mr. Bep Borden returned from Ox-
,ford yesterday afternoon, where he
had taken s wtife to 8ee her brother.
3Tr. John Smitk ft was feared Mr.
m' th emM not live yterdar, but
when Mr. Borden left Oxferd, retur
Ing home, there were slight ullptoag
of rallying. .

It Is ttrearety.aUyh, to the
Snany friends of Mrs. J. E. Chae ts
learn that while ,her recovery e stl,
sbe seems to be gainla.,sand a letter
from the Baltimore samtataim, where
she sla. to relatives la tis city. assmes
them that she will get wel.

Mrs. Heggle met with quite a reep-
tion at her Tetley tea demtmetland




C. L. t TTI.MAR 00..

C. L BSHtUngar an d ft. ft. Cerrol
Proprietors and PubU.sher&

Editor *nd Genral Manger

city Editor and Businaes Manager


ma ia

You are cordially invited

to cal at

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There was a itely time In the may-
or's court this morning and NMyoW J.
D. Robertson gave a chlcksi thitef
sentence that will hold him f r some
time to come. Th- man was eauht
last night by Pollceman Culbaesth
and two colored men, Jesal MDeEDft
and James Smith with a. ag of big
fat hens, partially.;, pel and their
necks wrung. e sitest was made
about I o'clock a&d the chickens were
still warm, abowitg that he had Just
gathered them In from some nearby,
roost. The thief is Andrew Williams
and MDuffy and nmith saw him
passing J. D. McDuff's stable with
the bag 'on his back and when asked
what he had in It, began running off.
McDttfy and Smith took after him
and caught him and soon had Mr.
Calbreath on the scene and turned
the chicken .thief over to the officer.
The fowls were laid out In a bold
place and this morning many people
came to see If they could Identify
them. They were splendid looking
specimens of poultry of different col-
ors. When the tbhft. WIllams, serve
his sentence aout l- dys or I.e, he
wilL be turned ever to the ceaty,
where he wIl set afta maths or a
year.- T.e ity and codty officials
are tMhuasb aot the chicken thieves
and dolng some fine wodk. The dep-
redations of hen rooseets the city "nd
suburbs of late have been numerous,
and It is time a stop was put to It
Mayor Robertson also assessed other
fltes XAstk.4tty.ofendes to the
extent of $., and ga yesterday morn-
Ing the fnes anmouted to 2a1.

If you don't nbo wi. It is yours
butsness to kee set of all the trou-
ble you ean and youea a and will keep
out of liver a OW owel ttrlWe If you
take Dr. Klae's New Life Pills. They
keep billousimse. malaria and jaun-
dice out. (If yaor system. t5c. at al


',]l fr-. ..... ... ... ... ..... 40c.
a'f ry... ........ ..... ...
,4lk Stew .... .. ... ..... 3.1
"- n Stew .... ..... ..... .....2..I.
or',en raw .... .... ........ 2c.
ralf-do4n raw ..... ... ... ... .6c.
At any hour trMa S a. m. to 14 p. m
very day in the week. Opporite .
isoengpr deoot.

The members of the Christian
*'.-r lh were splendidly entertained
ist evening at the home of their pas-
or, Rev. W. H. Coleman. A large
-rowd was present and greatly enjoy-
ed the recitations of Mrs. Frank
Vetherbte, Missee Vividd and Ktel
'.'me and the plea playing by Miss
thelt ayeraft and singfg by Mrs.
'Instdn. W'etreshets were served
a.ud the evening was pronotaced a
-te~ l success.

Mr. Ge. A. Klnefelter and family,
t BalUnmore, passed through Oe(lka
to0ay ea their way to Bradentown to
spend ome wtie. r. KI. f a prom-w
hneut elIen of the M mental City.
and -resIdent. of the Mte Laundry
Cmropw y. of Philadelphia, Balthnimore
and Washington. He was Interested
enough in the editor of the Star to
desire to see him and remind him
that his boyhood was spent in the
same section of Pennsylvania thit
the editor lived In. While the meet-
ing was ,oly for a moment It was a
very Plsanit e and Mr. prom-
ised on his .etkrn to look at Ofala
and the weadert of Silver Springs.
Bishop .. Marrt. -qt Leesburg
and President ,J.'L pa. of Suth-
erland Coflege, winl SI the fifth
sunday with thl M A iwa, QclA.n
Their visit Is lo@ ft' wm to with
Mrs. A. lnvengeW et Ut'eW1
tis viett her daughter. MI. J. We

Mr. .$,i I. D. Si.te af sels-
,corve. a.,. who are wI.iert-g at
isagm,, r in town and wet out to
seh arer AprtB. They w joined
here yT MP. ad Mrs. 8. P. Bwara et
their bome to Mbu who had beem
dwto Tam.

r you wl 'take 1bligs Orbio Lax-
asO unR t the beed: become re.


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Sunday achool--:80 a. M

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rw s HOs WAeer ems -a A*m
cowe, M rup MAa whaopqin -oak g
Is the oayf aMs remedy fir tgAmr
and eabldna a It cQAttlae a s- Us I
or other 'tIarlette 4A ad eS4
ren like Stweo- igmy ga4 T1a (]o
ful mothers keep abettle h the ho a
Refuse rtetitutes. 6o10 i Twelve photo, 10c. at MiSa St leo.

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A ttiveling 52V&ep4*L 9..1 blw S-'T A~mb

Sind, CItp01. the !... ......

~Wba7"*e*-"~Ted the mlSomes.
00"Y. that Is robbery. I ea" vop aSt ~ hq~
the lrgest hotelg' IUs Obleagofor tha ;:

grealter=Tema U
'and. belime phr

ter to the .c inm(dtas1w

-1. M. t wr-. M qg"-'
IC'OI the pee' the 3 mo

tie ascended the' r*akt'lg ,$a
%in fee -.-Cofumbw vtP?1'etl

MmCMW btIh(ar the ight I& el)'._
lob.. wuh ofhraw

Mrt. Catty (.,itwv)lAliiy .ffi
$botb up et,~e~a
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a*4 *.mikes

Ryerk-Ia she over thirty-Ove?
Dyer-Well. she's standing under the

Tablets. Drwgsts refund iOiAY it It
falls to ere. B. W. GROV'S s Mgm-
ture iM, each box. L26 ents.
Six post ards sc. Milftl -ivp

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Marion Dunn Lodge
No. 1t meats ln to
temple on the Arem
and third Thursday evenings of each
month. Visiting brothers cordially
invited. J. A. Bouvler, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 12, R. A. M. on the 4th
Friday In every month at 8 p. m.
N. L Gottlieb, H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary.
Oeala Chapter U. D. Order of the
Eastern Star, meets on the first Fri-
day eveninr of each month at 7:30
o'clock at Yonge's Hall.
Mrs. Nellie Oottlieb, W. M.
Ella R. Bouvier, Secretary.


ConTentioMn held every Moa-
day even In Castle Hall, over Pey-
soer's store A cordial welcome to vis-
ttina kalkhts. Sidney Hafle, C. C.
CMs. K. afe, K. of R. sad 8.

.L .0. F.*

Tuluat IAodge o. 2Ln
L 0.. . meet every Tueedao ovea-
t In la Tonge'a HalL VithiW brother
always we!cemm
W. C. Bkmhard, N, G.
M. L Uittle. Secretary.-

INow".of berniew. of
&ale Ldge d"#I s l
*.H wes- I 4 S&
I o.ta -d Ple*

.Ming enee of eaech Oed f MV .-
Sepbhe Jewet. aked atar.
nea. C. CuO t seMtreMar.

A ll-me aebome free to make ot
et themdwelves qul to ay
ed Ia the pininM secomme oa
emhtls for seekers ca ltorestin
dets coseemiag the muttr.
Being Mcccemfbt i un emabdly a
matter ea bmm. but ome.Me1s ib
attained by r vesy ro-

Deut tokl for bead ews. If you
dm't look epetant. It may ftl to
neoal e oop even whMn it is l oktin
for yon
TeU trouble to the ittmf and ten
to em. it wilH be Obiglng .mogB to do
.-pobaby he eof r Ato Coey the dtl-
emfiture orwr. e iuqmilM i

Some people may be jut o nod uas
they can be. a whClet ea yous w be
mmse to bear omoeboay tedlg ftult
wtth thdr AMW.
li t, hem
tlhedvad eI th*
troubles et other
I wao yu. rom

some i at e doim
la6K.Wi -434
me-er hays a an ,
hela evbthbly

0 m we owe om"y aad whe, ost

When yeo have a mew Mes, deMt,
Stmey -au*smw,% tWet rigk off to yow

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5: Is 4deok Yinbs tigbethnm Al-

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AL V.SILittleC. Ca
Aff -sagek aek.

61"erof taw lN le. nil, FiStmal
~~of very mnath, I:*0 P.
T.oa NaifL IL Teasge.P. AL
Ch .awK ae ita7

Auft 9 a4 at our bar
on, Waest waya lot otf abdee
,eM spack ,m. we* h selve
'~d oaeea alum *the -r an
we . mar.t.. t yam Wed ars
.@ d a seam sm, a am
S er mule, or U you arne fth
k~fe.t. Str a number of hoem and
-a m. ~ a m asmU. Wee
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'T have the pala sad aches of 'a
beid badet l esd; to be entirely free
brm A-6*as -enseMM -N"nary
des.. esmough to ake san kid-
ney auUr glatafuL To tell how
tab great ehaalge ma be brought
abMut wN eP e emnwfortl werde to
hundreds t Oeala reader.
Mwa4 sWIr, lhag ean L emon
senss P-al--a, ewas *ayTr my-
eaMl 2mn my baek had been eaas-
tnr -m e i-a-nave -Mber. I also
had a lamemem m s my onam. and
there wam a dell saetb through my
khidMey reesisA, aoet constantly. It
-rts hard tre me to walk and when
I sat down for a mtle while I would
bimI e that It was only with
a great iiy that was abl to
ake. I If kepd to potk p amy-
ta Sharp twintue woad pass thrW
my loAs, md es me the greatest
misery. I had often heard of Do@'s
Miry Pills. and finally proaured a
bam. Their use banished the lameness
and sreme- and made me fee- tea
yeau yOmnger. It my recommendation
wM be the mea 4 bhAriangf re~ef to
any perfume lfReimtr from kidney
tuleA, you are welcome to use It."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala peoleft Ca at Tydings & (o'k
Mda-gope a wWaththir aedo..
ers repe ...
r le A t B de leia Prte ms
ts Wter-MfUbura CO, Bufftalo. N.
.i lolte ae ft ws tke afted states.
Remeunsir t aae-Dosa5-i e-aN
take *athCr. '.
WY O e' SP'ebee. JWeWeuces
any Maue teacher a Oscaa. any
vmcic he In sa e namasW_ 'Phone
S. A.A l. eenrtm ally 1-s-t

To th06e401d ak A e Isate dis-
'bt"*ee t. anll MM M rng any
claim or iterest ~ tie estate of the
lait A. &L WheIMSON dt06eds, at Ma-
ae notice Nat X, the amderlsmed.
was oa thie N e Oct, INm, appet-
ad M UmeI r it S. e6stetSe of the
Uee A. a wUnel d@smeaen tMa- ent, p New. tm somsah ee-
ures at h ~ hente ambe ifte..
IWO A. J^ Wmit demNsM4; at a3g-
annm ouatyg, wn Pm w pI*nt tS.
sme. *s~ 00le 0t he ael

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and c"rIaked.soWhopm heboWam
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Where the finest IscaLe, h bmda, C W
puddings are required iOksp"be
Royal Is equally valhmble h the prepIsatio of plale,
substantial, every-day foods, for all occasins

isRo emly BakhS PNWder
made= Ral Grape Cram of Tatr
-mnd frimn m -

ad~~~~~W hdirf e t
brea, f~r he~ vra W ~'hW"U-60 hatSMUW-4
C mg Aami-braw, a s wirdth eUU~~Ls~~

dohed" se me Ined he he

IrAtVIem d. MW6OW W.- --

tra. o hebugaow u tv ofte~th i~hi aaie f
Imu'~u ft Utall he l. MW . s. [.d.u.n.
0mcvu e "ItS ft sum al~

adespectful volabrtf lie dhe iaOWu60M
bn rome tar e w wasMMtf bb4660m Am
m aW an gut at tho &y.m -he. fhe them latU mWOf
no*t miabw t t tD fat aleS. e91 euboueft cA sw
lwa he bm gfrm WM I T= meMr.AN.&W96M-h
ha em Uwm t ow "Tm f f mea m,4im
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go f. t ao&.1 1 -- m

bome t the- ftiaw o ham l et S us
-- eeeedbyth hrem AIow
M ub Nw. mut qshw k bbUWy 61 te mom
slmkr., a lnuSat m Usp b'td *Sv

at m awom gtwl mr IUWI btf- alat m

moo. ateppe*% Of Adft ffW I"' _j

-we hamatan aat -am he w *
~Yim ed me 1.5~ bw..e vomft 3 Spine heVUtI:
wMtho galout I.Bty.- eh f tbmAi

'lte~ vmery teqow f, ~ arUt mat t
-In in hrehaL Wsod A*" **NO 40 k st urS U 40 he6
goqJstwift. ThWabImadmy beom tet eu14. afl e"ma

weie all owemIp eer* ftOW fr~ t. -k-*Wd*4*A~tdfM
Ar POW fet Me 4M4 h w~

thoummght hewem alge fs e-Vsmoa"

'mI I rea -nt- 6, *gotAwd. t S m

vmYa; Sit l aWa e -No -**% Glow %.W.
.vb"'Te IivTooe-t w r m e a b. 7 W b*.p

,-uRed U lof~t.aUK hew -nl wft abet A lg
twkeak UI& bUt IdaOw 10daepWA Us, er k
owa~m I& IeN -"Io Us eratwe WISJsf bv

lbevan m- w tbs*MO Mad eUM- Orbat.
'-r but hewin &S4a* We ON "ft MM wafte am, -11
butW hen -wano. nbet tr2 t o4M" he "Tereha alowe UM"e h i
"ftAnksamfthebidewit s grat onarm 5. freef '.1 5w m'4m owW waA~.
amnd rekinbt he ket -ruNoig ndCas umenr N&0006
stuamble d a owti -Ows wthma% sell "I a ve jt im heeptI mof Mosinathha eTis
clatterIAf he pb fb. Bewuh MA g bein umm& -e IV tWe ou ohr.

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In the cure of crofutms sweing a ", a Vsrg=
ulcers, or old sores, the "Golden teical eas per-
formed the most marvelous cures. In cases of old sores, or open
eating ulcers, it is well to apply to the open sores Dr. Pierce's All-
Healing Salve, which po1ueFs wonderful dealing ency when
used as an application to the sores in coniuaced the use ofi
"Golden Medical Discovery" as a blood cleansing tutioal
treatment. If your druggist. don't happen to ime:fI.'All-Heal-
ing Salve" in stock, you can easily procure it by i6nca g ifty
cents in postage stamps to Dr. R.V. Pierce, 663 Main St., Bfalo,
N. Y., and it will come to you by return poet. Mot'druggisf
keep it as well as the Golden Medical Dicoyy.0*
You can' afford to acept any medicine of mwaen ewAsppasihe a sab.
situte for "Golden Medical Discovery." which is a wefinae orp Kmow con-
rsmnoN, having a complete list of ingredieats in plai- E mhk- boittl
wrapper, the same being attested as correct under oath. *
Dr. Pierce's Pleaant Pletms Ieglans ani u mgo ea m i im d bone.l


Humor m TPhiliFsopy

Be gentle with the e-rir..
For you can never kcow
BNt what the man may quickly
Recover from te blow.
And If you try to mofte
His Ikn phape a ten
Or better yo may borrow
WhmW be so top amba.
Amuds ar-e n thea wL
Al as MWerve "r w Id"us at
Noet erry eaem soter

NA sm( mmo of a dob
nB my vn bmn t saf
N o ecang ad the utre.m
You cannot always tell

od n reserve your Judgunt
And try to-fi ure out
for eamy erring brother
A traction of a doubt.
We cannot all be angels.
We canne always say
jut when our tuttle toomeps,
Will toddle off tray.
SAad reaceIns somewhat different
From sticking to the text=
Be gentle with the errain.
Who knows? We may be me t
Certain to Be UncertaimN
U on I on-T

Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Mutton, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagp, Turnips, Beets,
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions

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I Ax rkcl Remedy for Conslipe.
* ion, Sour Slomach.DIazrtoeQ
WormisConWuIsio1s .Fevetish
am ad Lss or Saw.a
Tac 51*& 4=gsix reof
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LXGjcI coproaF wArns.

City Market.

o nf unts Children.

The kd You Haw

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If you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepnb, y
effectall helping Nature to Reieve
But don't trifle with ige o
A great many people who have a partial dOtter d physteI ar
tried with Indigestion, have been not digesters at a.
sorry for It-when nervous or Kodol Is a pedfect dUmgr.
eohreOl dyspepsia resulted. and yoU o Cold e Koaoduiw .til-
they haWve a been able to cure IL, particle of food, o l as ds, f Ith
'1U Kodol and prevent having glass tet-tubea in our waIbmatiem ,
Dyspepela. you would know thi Just a wel
S Everyone Is subject to tndIgee- u s-45.
L Stomach detgmennt follows at d Kodol vs aways
stomach abuse, just as naturally cuem sick 1 t order
and Just as surely as a sound and to be Ced, the tomac must re.
heahy stomach results upon the That 1 what Kodl doe-rests the
"sUm of KodoL. sto mach, while uthe s' gets
When ymou .ipleace esourness weL. JUWt as ampe n A. % C.
mt stomach, belching of gas and 0 G am
asmeatt_ aid. blafed r-asation. *
pvawiMg pain Is the pist c t e uinih l'
stomach, beart bura (soeatled), 4eatk* oUmP M 44 e a
diarrhoe, bheadaches, du0aeas or omelWa, M-sSb-mas l
eroalie tired feeHNa,-yo -eed Ko-. eC thi W M¥smo S s
doL And them the quicker yon take u'eSeje Wevne w a* e
odol -te better. Eat what y .
wantL lt Kodol digest AILt ooen g asheli is ly

There Is this about a woman-ehe Is
just as certain to be uncertain as she
In to be flippant and uuunderstandable.
He Was On.
"I have a new book here." said the
affable agent, "that I am only showfug
to educated persons."
"Thanks." said the shy vectim. "but
I am afraid I am not eligible. Part
of my education it the sebool of ex-
perience came from contact with book
agents." -
A Follow Up.
"What year were boarding IbMnes In-
ventedr .. t
"What year were prunee. ,dtcov-
eredr -
"Did they come together?"
"No. The boarding house egme the
next year as a consequence."
Useful Shade.
"What kind of art Is this? Who ever
saw a green cow?"
"That's all right There ought to be
cows of that color If there are none."
"What for?"
"Just to match the city fa.rnmer.."

Saving Money.
"He has three lovely daughters wl
are being courted."
"His gas bills ought to be light."
"They are. Some months he gets
rebate from the company."
Cause of Failure.
"Why didn't you succeed?"
"Too much money."
"I didn't know you had any."
"Didn't. Other fellow had I."

In Doubt.
Though Santa Claus with everything
Worth having to supplied.
If he discovers Im on'earth
I will be satisfied.

It Is Indisputable that not every
thornm has ts roe.
Lots of men think they have a hard
layot useless they are served with a
soft map.

Sometimes the
advocate is the
chief reason why
you can't be per-
suaded that a
given thing is
Get In touch
with the good
things, but don't
get touched for a
good thw.

A woman may be well posted in Ippl-
tia and still be able to select a good
brand of compaxh powder.
There are Ju two kinds of iHe-
thoe you don't bel ee and them ny
Anything wil do for Bother Bob.
Be doesn't know a Chrfitmas a pest
from a horseshoe haal anyhow.'
Give the children red mittens and
pocket haiiche Ther wb be
certat to eindI yan after yean


Tet of the Leeusm Acsl 1-
M oWry Vera n 10-Golda T -

wh wAct. iib, by Aa.-Cofmme ntaryf IPr sM
Ientmecrbaeen *r hue a oe andi i ndred i r

he uisem, eks d tt tis etp rwepri *f e C
of a large *** 4sempue, .. 2B7C.-ac ty NseA
who were satherea.d t te kDa *iate 8tv. w tn
who bad been lae e ml tCoa-s-i. t"' n K
now perfectly hen hd. ti t onneJP kIt cW- n ti a
Peter laol:; back not 0 ton to-tte mestib
and resu,-. -stLn of ('hrist, but laWys
farther L.ack to. the prophLeiecOmet a-Puf
Itg :.n cad :d t lhe oretiant mde. *
with sbralham and then onward to 5
the tx:ie of Hie : aZeamp l t to .ge- eu22K-0 fm w
store -11 ll;,gs. f tw'dh the propts tree lot
have .lpotke. T:ia. Slv ri anoUer er am ut
xLs':e .f the contents cf he Scrip-
rtres 'and hob to n-ie thema-4te .. Is SlHJCt j-li
i.i.';i ;i und suiiTering of Christ. the rooms; hobetel a, m
cenrr f aill. nn.l .tie kirngom the Party owV same W
,- u11!'**. r, asi I P't. 11; other business. P&
iv. i: v. 17; r o' r.'i-,Trrces to per cent. Interest.
thb _e1!- :s f Chiri ta nd the glory. No. 12DTHK-L4iM36
that shall f eow. It Lk written in Ims. and Or"nond weach
xxxv, 6, ambng other samples kof Idas engine sa windm
dom life, that the Lapae all iesap a with bi el;, eat
an hart," and In this mai of oe r tee- A1 .e let 1aMR I
son walking and leariig sad pIratel The rt
God we have a ftlinmeet of tiat -*
epcophecy. for, as I understand it. athe -
kiundom was not rrepvocably pourt- lb t" lfKi m ie
phoned tll by the mar yTdoatrof Stye- sag oat into 'the
Sphen they rejected the 9ia thwy had the Father a* aolta h'o ill ands tee*. q
As the apostles pretahed the good w 1P 1
News there were not thousands savred of miasim OM eR"
every day or every -week. but dally aW. Mt.
some saved ones were added to the ta1es gnood 5
church (IL 47). There is quite a con- t
trast between helping a poor blind N. 3BK- ere ee i
beggar and winning thousands of soutla. woodland. 1% mlea
and yet the former may as truly glo- raoBl l. Wlt" 1*
rify God as the latter. Not many ties tera wnery itA
are filled with startling events. but
every redeercd life may be yelled wtha Ne. 20K-0 smee I
so called commonplaces to the g ry of acres In wopdland;
God. I find much help and comfort tI two-roo" coo

shop of Natrth. with whihth the l a. -o y i do
thcr testified that Hle was well pleased. N OP.J-4-0 acree baee
In the opening verses of our lesso- m"ck, woodlaftt 6rn
the temple Is very prominent. but -nel. arles t ro bran;
there tfibernacei' nor teimpfe ws an. ..0 nM 1 f$0 ,
.thing apart from Him wUo sid. "t14 -'~ M d ,4
sem hke gST satit ary=4 that. .. .
set tell.t aib."at I
may dwell among them" (Ex. :xT. 8), more. -t t-SUi -
p*i greater than the temple. who
when Ie cleataed' it said. "Make not No. .21a-,0. a.eaL
My Father's house an house df met- 6e4;
efrnntise"- (Matt. s)t. .C; Jbhn II. In). ee ats
While, as a rule. tare was at this time t
no real worship of 0od tbi the teple. ie
we mnst remember such as Zaeharita
and Simecn and Anna and 'tht orw eldrnn
L-ord Jesus Ifl:self often tight the ,m th
ig h h:te ir P oil *19,
people there. 'The gate Beautiful is at_ p S1.
least suggestive of Him whWo is "al to- 'e1a 4 Thai%-
gether lovely"- (S. of Sol. v, 1%0 and. 4eants.
points onward t9 the time of the king- "I 1 ?
dom when the walls of the city khain e rs m" .
be called Salvation and her gates c cs c e Sna
Praise (Isa. lxvt 18). The inhabitant a n 5....
*.and t0 enates of pi
shall not say., I am sick, and there down balance hi wa
shall be Ao mre? death tor sorrow nor m
cryilg nor pain en the whole earth -o. 14CD-tee a- MI
(Isa. xxlii. 24; Rev. xzl. 4). Thie teen 10 sa
needy, the poor and him that hath att r 1' g ....h
helper shall find a true helper In the. m t for a husi3a
King who sh:;ll then reign ha riohteoua- *, -
ness (Ps. Ixsil: Isa. xxxii 1,17). If any 1o. W87A-180 acre WinS
would inquire vwhy this aman was born five mnies fioom oci
l:ime. sQ John Is. r. and lay to heart b a nd bn plaae.:
verse 4 mi-d lht In us. This poor nman asked. iexpect-
more than cii be sadd of profess tUr.iy tb (ld. May Ps. 1xhi. 1y new. Halt othe
5, become truly cur 'wn exparieeW. ton$ 0'P st r
We see In the tIAys In wlbk-J -e.iv'r
4ain tprpe e!:ted g.ia. andjold Le ause of that which people County on the A-o
*. think it wl:1 do fcr them, becnse they This land Is worth 1
know not the Scriptures, that neitherr special 1673-S.,06 arey
silver nor rold shall deliver them In be cut up and satd



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the day of tae Llrds wrath'. zan4 that Sprp ,aA..o
no rich mn:in can Wy aty toe redeem buit Ia eta
a soul nor give to Gd a ran (Zep. balance on tBqae.
1. 18; Ps. lix, G. a. l InJ s this tract as a iW
the Creator of all tIhir* wi e alo.e 'We n v Im
can truly 'say, "-e silver Is.A ame aas N ;
the guld is mine U 9. are da- Fr rable riches aud rinlitevu:;uess and What we -;ant is ca
health for boly and soul. To know ',Ip 'j build up the g
Hrit as Peter and John did is better Don't wL i.set
than all earth's rk-iches or wisdom It W sho mru
S -"it us how much
might (Jer. ix: 23. 24). Peter washed, ak it do w.e t.h. j
sanctied. Justiled ain Spirit filled is What n i better athe .'
In such cons us reli:wship wiUt te Wacts on anythtm that
risen Christ that be can be tsmabh i
channel of health from Christ to U cehe-ry m4 easuniow.,
lame man that 'aI the people can see thing that ye9euwt i'
it. All believers slmaid be much c
fellowship with Christ that mthln M ARl
of Isl life and power cmigt ha seen a-
Ib each cf us, to the glory of Go(t l 'OVALA
1, 20; II Cor. IV, 11). ____ *
Talking to Israelites Peter msCa>-,- .
fled the God of Abrabam, Isaac and ;
Jacob, whose son Jesu, the goty Ope, '
the Just, te Prince of Life, ba been IK 17
killed by them, but by God had,been"m -
raised from the dead, and tWaits tat
In His name alone w ad this IlaW -
been healed. He there f arme thea --
to change their minds about Jesus i-
gecelve Him as their Saviour ad Me'- d d
alah acd thus obtain ftde o I ame-
of slTs. Tbeaoepelgthatwdo&iaot pIM
claim the ftrMem of das omfg .
Jesus ChrWist -not t go Vq etdro 0
Sbut some other whM 94 -9
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Twelve whou ML st15wift MU. iw

six post cards 2kc. soft. s dwi

0" Frfell"PS* TOD"iq

TWO#" We 1pIat US studio.

I)* you mk.e eidf?. rime isre.l

FO)R R?.TA ulz-ro cottage.
-Apply to M20 U.16 Fuller.

VateI Waweil 41Of lAke WWl WON
to t tI today.

:O $ltclub rates on masadum uat -ON
(~~aNews Co.

Mrs. S. or@(LAW 3*4i 1i
to townehp6g

Madco Mackw. "0hu8Ml &a at

Kra. Julia Haisley has returned
from her visit to Tampa.

P-o-p-o-t -a-ta- toes. potatoes. 1ll Is
the mumbor-Plobhd

Chad" lvsMler, h.t v0
faruv#r sever!nJ lee west a "~
s.In tow" tday.

Uses Plak's CMOB YSW

I-~ da~s- on wsw atesvia

%us made 1* tho ~~bs

be nafbe 1eo;
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today on a profeoaonal

'WANTfD-A second hand roll top
des. Lr eme mprerred. Addrem

Ssa i. 1A. today.t

ToMd pltyad besatffly onM the W 4,M
while Miss Connor accoompanld k
on the violin. Dainty refreshments
wore ser after w h All dulged

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home this afternoon ftrm a 1
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