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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: 04 10, 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: VID03138
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
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A Story of Love and Adventure on the
Little Known Coast of South-
western America

M fy Loiui~s Trm -,*.

V'alk' r. th''ufh mn ,.nm,an..r knr ',
* !i,;itili 11; r.:i\ i<. Ii';'i tn r'f i;/. ?c- g
14* ; a;'ll' it il .-.-S li 'l V o i l . i:'
Ieing able to s:t..-r ,.;sh m:iv r;l
knowledge of Ils murrenau:iuz.;". Thfr
wheel twisting therefore savored of
magic. Ruit his orders were to lo) k
abend, and he oteyed.
Soou he tlhotuglit could di-',rn :ii
Irregular pink cre-:4 eit. wit!) tthe
cave. sl. dowi .nward. spo'iie.',i'er iIIn flit
blac'kei's heI"yond the Tews. .S'''liiy.v
It was joined by two others equally
irregular and somewhat lower.
"'aiptanin. dl'ye see y.ol'li" he na',kd In
a rv-lee tr'anuious with awe.
"Y Ps. That Is the stI;n jllt catching'
t111. sIumiits ,,f snow tollpil1 hail4. It
not onily for'-t ". ,.t : !}t t'l ',r in' ,1, |. i | '
I:!',' ;oi-; ;i -i~v,,r r: y ',i h) "-;r t,,'' t.
d.!! ; *' t e!l' glo'" :u '!I te 0' .- i' d'.r
\v ,.l',.:-s tlr -t s.sf .w it o":".'(.. .. ... . ;(*
o'-> th' e: 1' 0 l :- 1:u. 1The ;c rr :: :
th;e -14,t'iI si';nrati :1 lo;. dflii: ," ; ':'* ; "''
S;p[,,.r :;Il r.,iiril. The' wvi.l hia- I "L &!
so-, lth'*. n t i th t Iey oaII ,l ern,- t':.
SOU.:L .;" tll i -"\ l\\' ,oo,; |;.,,' *,>.:.''
lisi i 1rt lislr th o'e iiol iaeV's o i .'..,
rI e i' !s ne' r % t hai zl. :, it.i 4 *4' :. -:- : :"
l., 'i,, ,,d l h ,t t I he i.1 h ,1 '. ':'
<'i ,pu lni te' re' 1 in I ..' '. ., .\- .; I: '
1o)w lii1ls of a .1 I> -i (io a'-' !I*1 1 *1
this wev re .F i ,' IT,%V'\v t* I . I .
1110,114!10oi W i C.;'. **In:-". I fy t ; 'i .
li 4l v 'i1ST;H ei- ;1 l-lh e i': ;X ''-, "
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v :! tio tl I l ; he' ,-it ;h :r. .:' il '
va t 1o I IIi : l;i; t lithe r'irri iit \ :I s, i!: *.
in.;L stronr) ly. Y %% h;;*.! 11:,-" ;' ~-1 1; '

ol ~ 2;l'~4)\ nf mle trow the fhlkle
24'l ~. '.~gtbuit perceptible -veer.
!1u (C 'e wiud. comuzbined witli the In-
p4 ver of the gun*% rq .l-,
the 'e-'anclear of 'Ai s s-'rD
so i -. ~ :fterr JC:sinlflgth4e ;~l
1""' ~ ~ 016%,1 111',ij;'' l'.:h h 4'(.-c *!eliake
Z ti 12 'M 1''ril utilne (of rwoawn-

spre;t av s eI e'**-x *
-t 4.i 4 it r;1 n i.,'t -

I'" -' 1.:-2 t- I' t le efit raneean ,)I -' .
t Iv: t 4't tl1:4. 12191'? distant vot- .iI I.-

w ;e4aJiories to Wli:.-: 1

r('':;Uli YO~ie'.l far ;IiN)o e' I'''-ie'p.1
l'mit if r, crests. or l~iva% i 1buj44iiia
uve-tre ('o" h-A la wh-ite their l.insti. t'.. 4l1
a ~. ; of elliTere.'attex tu re- S ,
lt- ',w '-a ward terraces eo' stark r'o :i.
%a; [ Ia th''a tide marked Ia'-e eo,! e
ew' wd bol 'd if-del's, the delCWOst t-t v:ct-
a'.r ihert, v first hoarrivir tolatu li 'e4'.-
r'('-4 far iei''re imie'onywralel': b i'tbuanthe
.i west,':! e e 1Vtious Ibeyou d. Pint- e'ftr-
istit" evrafoX1'id'Iina;ry delei~ity crnin-I
t1 ",w I :.!". re;:th 3-14.1te"1 j'erriwevo.'ec
1' .1 :i' Jell it e t'l Z.5K green k i'd ia
f r. 0 111 -#("1to 1.000tt feet in lihzi,-1. a;s
v' ll-.akilas iveI' ad verse or 'fav.'e i'o: ..
C ('~(e3,after izan isto'iltmdeI mrian.-'
n1 ix:ii.I alttde nit54l stena gri'anliir
ee p'-;wt('ht.. hail eyue's or a:iut1*!it

t' 1e'ia uiist h;iV Ice4 11 Irovcn i; 1:ti: 1i:; .. -: : v Iie (-ohlforul;atiorl of thl chl, ,,1
to ' ,,a;'\v;nild. '-i -e-le aig(, ill the wind C;I. -' I. ie
S 'il "' it Io;I thill"",; y u: <4 oi)!. :.I .%ll i F:' ..R' : S .1 g.; t a n iil or inoie
thei ii ht.l'; :"" :'' ;!-':4 I' t 1.'.v, 1 a'il of igs tw in. hut lite i;i-,:I
"I uISo: I'o ic () to :1 i'6i 't( !: I *. :.1;" ( 'i.'v c'i.l froill the 'onforilllttia if
S\\'oell. try i,' f:.':'a.;;- I C; t- I hei i :, m|, l that lthel hitter was re-ality ilie
: ,In 'tirl" af'.'43in -l to :1 Set'. oV'; ': Ii 'i: p.:-cdwtli:i cape of tla hainner w fv.i'r\ 1kv
1,it1k o1 f iliast. I Ioil't :r't iAto i,*o) ;.'- t' rli e .'ioiit'ed. therefore, that the' il 'i'j
i 1'.411 I :1!o- if 0oll yo ft1 'i-in: i '.1' water clhannel flowed close Ito tl) e ilo:- I-
- ;is' it. If yon e*e'-. t:a!:e- ia ., li-ft e lin shore Iulln It was ti ling off Isy t'h>,
S-Ies rv: iO-iS |> 'i h -ii;! ; l :I';,. .'" i'Cr'oi'iloss rocks to seek tlhe asir' i;i
('oiIIlrIei;a w;(.4 I | c'',.:; i il;' ;I)-; let tiehilld the opposite Ioinit.
Snow. If hI,- :'Ie' I le!t .,I It' v';!.l I,. lie dhii not know yet wlhith-'r- tIe'
j would el tlv e'li.i;: t',l thi i;,i.:t hii -'.' F.|hip w-as entering some ulinknowvin -1tait
S0\':'lk :-i; :1' '"l !;i- Is ; i, i i :, or the inmnh of a na:rro'w l!ii,,le i
b;l. i ii.u r. i :'. Hv 1 lay. It the latter. tlhe nie.''t',' ,,f
i thi'k 0,',;. 1 lt I .o4)s ;;Irl '.;,''! fio; the' c distant glaciers and the nit-arer tI,,'-
ward. lai!fup:'. ii, lh.' ;11i;.st tli'e .; ', rents warned himn of a posileh' :wi
aI oe' IIhldr'i. l'r t:;e 1'1e of thlt. .;;l':- wvhilh thlie KnKnsas might l e lost uultiii
wheni i',lj I .siing pl!':.s. o sight of satfe anchorage. Not til:li:'i'.
'liie rest of ilit jouiruey was v',t Idi;:i gutess-work now, but the skill 0. thi
'cult for iall :ttih'!l I.vtiall. ::lad W J'.'p. pilot, wias needled. 'This 'crossitig t,:i
i v:is qlicikly ian IadistlmI t liiwt1e i'0 fh bar it broad daylight was as g!''e:t ;It
(foe:. lite g ai l lthe ta'tilkl all ri;1t n d trial of nerve in its way as the e,"ii;'
ltsct:!intly ye't;d something. Courteiay onward rush in the dark.
fani-ied lite sahl: Willd !"ld SPa ahad ahated' so s-,nsi ,Wy
l"My od.l, we-ah on the wem-ks" that the l'aciflic rollers raced fin ltn-
IWhatever It was. Walker did niot broken, and it was no longer a .uI,.vr-
waint. lut all4 downward with such hunian task to make one's voice lie-airil
speed that It wns fortunate the rig- along the deck.
SIing llarreml his progress. -to thile captalu aroused Walker M itlhi
And then. even whHile Courtenay was a sharp order:
shouting sonime explanation. n great "Go and see If the donkey boiler h:is
h lack wall roae out of the deep on the a g;aod head of steamu. We may haNe
i port tNow. It was.a pinnacle rock high to drop the stream ancehor (quick !aul
as the ship's imasts. but only a few I]ii |wel.'S a1s well. If "olliiit feet wide nt sea level, and the Kansas is doing his work properly. g fori'vld
sped past thia ugly monitor as though and keelo a sharp lookout for Ir.)kon
Sit were a buoy in a well marked chan- water. Clear off the tarpaulins, and
nel. be ready to lower away the Instant I
C'ourtenay heard the cen breaking sing out,"
against It. The ship could not have Walker, who had Iben gazing ,''1>ll-
le-u more thau sixty f ot distant, a boMnill at thle lnajestic haveil pilingng
ullp I:efC' lthe. ship. hurriedly otn hii er.
/ (I ran-l. lie found Tolhl.'ache Sa:lied o1i
;u a:lt uptlurned bucket, in which the t'aci-
/ ./ tur (ntie had just washed his face alld
Ni "Have you seen it?" deni:idled
/ /Walker gleefully, while his practiced
,', -' iw eyes took in the state of tile gauges's
S /, (-C -J ast he overman a number of oil tips
.' /'/^ "< '- with. ,,luhnle finge".
I I "Seen what?" asked Tolle;aciache
ua 1aAevithiot removing his pipe.
/. "The land. my bonny lad. We ah
/ "- WuuLwin"' wight in now."
j I/'/ "Yes, lbut this is diff'went. The'av's-
a th1a' wiv-ala ahead. Have ye ev-;i
/--,e /// e the 'r-le? Well. just shove
S/' $o
/ ./ i/ d yrt f'et hioh-ah an' you've g,,t it
|/// No,. do"'t twy to talk or 3ou iinitli
Cuu'wa.k yo' f:ice."
1' :' \,it t his ['arthian lh:,ft of ,,u:u.,,,
be vaniished toward the foreea-t!e.
f lhe:'e the ubiquitous donkey ,,ir
Sthrolugh one of its long arinis o eld
i,/{\^ \/ sho,,t forth tile stock.ess anchors it
ilthe t:l('ll (of lever. Tollen;aehel. wVhoi
Shad al read:ly glitmpseil the coat. 1..:..
i el outit n dI'tk and bent weil ovr. ile
Side In order to look more dir,'.tlv
Sae icadi. lie could see oine-hlialf only of
S the iew. Int that sufficed.
S 'My God. fvxath ol the ic'cks." 'Ak r'espite." he growled to h;iim..'--
little more than her own btean:i, and heI "peu:l ser'itude Instead of uihilen'
fully expected that she would l .n-'ind de.h."
against some outlier in the next i- i Andl indeed this was the true aqle't

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lashes. She sought furtively for a
-- handkerchIlef. Knowing exactly what
tro'illed her, Courtenay turned to
]HARD c,,....,,,,,
JAifllJ j "This island ought tG be inhabited,"
i he said. "Ca3 you tell me what sort
BiLDER Inilians ou,- firds In this localty'"
i'h';ri'tolinl frowned perplexedly. "I
hed fear I do not know much about them,"
She said. "Behind those hills there one
iOn. j "s a few canoe Indians. I have
Aala Eai heard that they are somewhat lower
Caa, in the social scale than the aborigines
( of Australia."
"Are they?" said Courtenay. He
F I X l,.ed Christobal straight In tie eyes,
:a-rl the docrtor returned his gaze as


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I have Forty-two Choice Relident Lots i RLodw Adj, i
Howard Academy and IUnol.i Hdig ts
Alo in Blocks Adjoining BroIg*y ."



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not H~ind to the aspet of tM g m wh e6 T.,! :
that be would yet Onl ng ifs vessel M 7t ild to the aspectotaEafrs whieft
to the Thames. be allowed her to be T.,llema carried round by the fast flowing tid 11i: nighit yet be that thone who remaWn I .,
until her nose pointeil seawarnl :i- ed had more to endure. Them Yls 8 R
she lay !n the comlaratively still wa- sumimoned them to breakfast, w.hief -. -. .- K- ; -" .
ter inshore. Then he dropped the see- :.s served on deck. as the salon ha4 ";6 ... "".
ond anchor andi stepped forth from l.eet ten iupotriliy converted into a bos -" '" .- '
the chart house. His long vigil was il:l. Did you ever stop to W 1W 4 ir
ended. Some of the cloud of care lift- l ftre sitting down Courteuay paid deac lota in Ocala thatIg I d.iab I mq uit i
ed from his face. aLd e called chee lrief visit to Mr. Boyle. Chrbstobal this is very uiuh tlhe =Md The 1 U
ly to Jer. t4 himi not to allow the wounded than half of all the dult lota1 ti .e_
"-nie along. pup." he said. "'Let us Ina: to tAlk too much. complete -re" town that r for e. At te t* 1 :
saule It.. Chrit.,:. coery. You fI.r a fe rs ing entlaL But be bought and w hae
hav," ,harL.l y wal'h: ite,,,t "O 1 q: :!yiI"s |al'id face lit up so brightly are
r~v breakfast. We have both earned theI b2 captalti stood by his sid,4 pae. yu .thkIg.
wa< in.., thatr It was bard not to Indulge him tO a house to rent as a's &-u A'wm
It was I i hi. lnl to knock l,>,::v "' extent. of town, where, after "jo bare putl ymr 'bqM
on Ilsie'- do ,r .:an I ai..a !r "H liuh." eho nit. bis gcruff voice strong is not depreciated by reas of a p llt. li
Th,:,.frli he "Ch ,l.n!v c,..;i,,'!-: .,f .,-,. ... -"' h< t,,!,-. was; not humbug.-, look into these properUi. Thw are a n innl.ook.B
a f,,:inr of dla;:,!,,.l,;;..,.:: r ,,.,-:, '., t ... vL iie assured me you were lots. for residence purposes. IS a it wail Itt
saa h y'a on'-: :th. :. .' !:.:t are we?" "sfH if you build you will have to locey r hye ,bomW
t;rin ,e ~ r~ ,a"'-;mIt:ii: Iay on the east of Hano it
deck ;ta.I evidt'!v- dl-c'si':.;. the ver i'^:slid. I have not taken any ol*. ''',
wderd Iauty of thet swcnj h-- ,ervations yet. and there Is no burt-i No. 1-O- e pleadid -0corUet t Ouwa
fore her wondering eyes. Thoy h.adl O('1 chapI You'll be out and about- dley's, i Oklawba f l.
Courtenay's approaching al- lIeu. :<,;,r* ;'& move again." on back. Prie .... ..........?. ....
;m~yt as soo as he gninted the dec.k. l: hsiled^ a.d closed his eyeB. .... '^^6
mo.t assooltash fl5 e gninedA the de,-k. I iI zNosniiled and closed his eyes.n O 1 ...=-ne good lot on Earl street north of W. W. C eIIm'sa*_,
Instantly she ran toward him., with heard he anchors go. and e I of Condon's8 on same street 7fixI fe t I u
hands outstretched, ; knew that all was welL You're th
: "let me 1e the tirst to cu.zratulnte '"'ki- t skipper afloat Huh. thi No. -Sploodid bUild'ng ,4I"s^l ^ .T.. ... 1 "
.vu"" hle .rihd. her ceeks ni,tiin I Nnllhmin' Kansas was lost not one#. fronting the Epieopal -gd ar U.2" p.P
iili a ri.-hl of dl"i .1 h<;-d i i.- ,i i- 1Ism tw en vy tl >in .." On term s .... ...... -
tUlnn1 With 'xciie:ii ,nt. "11. .,:<- Arte y i painp Boyle?' afike No. 4-One nice lot in Oklawaba Pal. tsalL i ie 'iat,
ful of you to luring "',: hilp tlrui':Ih ,ertfmy. placing a gentle hand on very centrally located, b&ack Of SoL iaml'
all those awfull reefs 111. tlhia < : No. hi frienild's forehead. ; alley in rear of lot. Price..........-.. .,. Si
;-,, ,,,,st ,,t say y u- ,, h,,v,, ,t,,, ,,,-.,- *-.,t ,ri-ch. More stiffthan am It
ilng marvelous. lDr. t'hrist,dialL h-- *a knockoutt blow of Its kind. I No. '--Thre lots 4Joinlng the oe "i l W?
to:l me everytblr.g. Next to Tlrivi- can fust recall you hauling' me out of location on tenms Price t ..ea, .-- .".? g
Sdeuce. Captain Coui'tenay. we o'.e our te scrimmagee and"'- No. 6--One corner lot adJofta ab& 7 bt.
'lives to 3ou." 'it i ii he your turn to do as much ly located, street on two i4e. :"OI trifn j pnt
SCourtenay felt it would hrt nor f,,r me next time. Try to go to Ble No. 7--One splenid earner lt i* ... ". B
weeh osieathe atetes Welhaeouodektloow" N.0-nspeddonrlta t am
were he to smile t her earestnes e'll have you on deck tomorrow." of Mr Home, part of BeajantminI. VT4t
r But he did say: ,rtenay noticed that there ne cash. ........ .. *. ."-,
I "Surely it is not so verve reniarkable "uly four other sufferers In the f- ..** *"
that I should do my l .st to safetiard ion. Thr0e were firemen Injured by No. 8--One lot adjoining atove em klawali; vi'
the ship and such of her p:sseinersI the eoxlosion. lie had a pleasant Cash ............ .............. .. .......
Und crew as survive last ,liit's or- ,,rIl f ora of them. The ourth No. 9--Corner lot adjoining above andl fronting Mi.
, deal.'" wa a sailor, either asleep or uncon- deuce. Oklawaha avenue, 7' x114 feet. Cas B H
"I shall never undetrtand how I s,'t,,s, and ('onrtenay thought he rec- .
caine to fall asleep." said Elsie. **1 o"izeI a everee bruise on the man's No. O10-One nice corner lot on OklawIaa a UV;XtwM li
Srenucmler feeling very tired. sat left tempe where the butt of is gers r"sdee. 110x114 wte4.. i,,., .,b'i.
Down fur a moment, and that ended it 'vo'ver had struck hard. No ITwo good ot 75x110 et eh m a *.
: The next thing I heard was a rapplil& W When he returned on deck he learn- Woodrow'a residence. Cash, e c'.. . -
on myv door and Dr. Christolhas vok etl that two other member. of the ........
Bidding me hurry if I w,,uoll see the eew, in addition to the cook, were No. l2--Two good lots,. 76115 f Bt. trs* Rew[
; eitraniue to the harbor." I able to work. Walker had set one to Each .. .... .......... .... ..- ..,'* ,
! The two eii exchanged glances, ic e:r up the stokehold. His cOmpta- No. IS-Two good lots front of Jake BroWn' r M ale i
'lon. a fireman, had relieved Mr. Toile- adF ~ m ia'g m['m I
.'ourtenay laughed so pleasantly that in. a Iremae, had relieved Mr. Toe- and East Adams streets; aa good ewe ,-a .n 4
'it was good to hear. inache. Indeed, the latter had gone each. Price $400 each or for the two ... ......
"Yet there was I up aloft, ini'iu-i lt his cabin and was the last to arrive corne lot
.-t fi^^ :i u\ ^ a~ ;" nally putting In an ap-. Ne. 14--ood corerlott W ^? InOa arfnwi-ve^ Ht-
ivering the still) In the tirw fAith that t the feast, finally putting In an - Clark on Eao t Adams street. Price.... -...... ..
SDr. Christobal was busy In the cak-'s pear:ance in a new suit and spotle :-
galley." said he. ie No. 13-S--ix nice lots near in, all fentod. smtiate b it,
"Ah, we have news for- yo:-" cried C protested loudly, to reLnt. Price for all '. -.... :',...
Elsie. "One of the 11ior feh ows t h i "I1 thought this was to be a workers' No. 1.,-Two splendid lots on South e i n, wM'
wi as knocked on the liend 1ring that 1n11-1." he said. "Tollemache has sto-" '
terrible tight for the boals *as the en a l march on us. He is quite a Bond ....... ...... ... -f
i master cook himself, lie is better 9sti'et lounger In appearance." No. 17-One lot adjoining above same si, etc. Pt ...
unow, and breakfast can be ready iun *"I)irty job stoking." said Tollemaehe. This -property las splendid location, high eleh "tf oi
five irimiut,. '11 go audl tell hii." "I seem to have been the only lay frontage, 196x231 feet can be ha t for .... ....,.:
. She r.u off. Ji,'e,1by ( ,n board during the nightr' X3or i El
her 4ile, for he lnew ejl ite v. l -%hN'- 'cr'ed lsie.F"
i the kitchen lay. "Do> .v,,u know what time it Is?" Uk- OTHER LOTS IN GOOD IC&TOMLI -- -
S"'Bromide is useful at timess" itiur- red Courtcptyv. -
;Inured Chirksioloal. vnci.- .1:- e tll- -i No., alxbolt 10 o'clock, I fancy." fT f ** Mf 'f'J W H ^U '
Stil'she had disappeared. fhau lie turni- "It is not yet half past 4."
ed to Courtenay. : TLe blue eyes opened wide. "Are F RN W;
"I suppose you011 have seen uothiuig of you In earnest?" she demanded. < R a
the boa ts" lie showed her bhs watch. re al Estate a Iid FaIv*
i ".No sign whatever. And I could four hours had elapsed since she had
hardly have uuissed-thenz if they were waIted In the captain's cabin, amid -
here. They mway have escNiue1. hut I the d reaching spray and tearing wind, -
(idoult it. The sn: ran voryv hi,.: for while he took Isobel and Mr. Somer- -'
a tiiue, and the. KaI:ns:as sc'aipe.l pa:t ville and the shrieking maid to the
so many.reefs that it was : ;ni,.t l: I at. The corners of her mouth droop- -: '
p'lssible for eh-li of the three loats to l". and tears trembled on her eye- E I Ki
have done thea ime."
"Even if one or wore of theN reach- |
jet land there is sma!l likelihcood that j .. . /.., ... ,.
they would turn up iu this pIarticuhar f .c .- ,. .'.
I bay- "." iHJA KSUwZ-s" n A
ir"That is true. especially if they used ^- i aIg -ll iMJl ." /':.
*their Kails. The Chileans w'ho go~t ,/ V U fslgl~l !T-' 9 -|- s"
away in the lifeboats would know suf- '
} flclent of the coast to make a northerly
course, while my parting instructions /If /1. IIn *, pr
, to Malcolm were to keep to the north : | ,I ;
fall the time." .i. . "
I "I wish now that poor Isoleel Baring I ^\ "
and the others had not h'ft us." said '-/i7 -
! 'hristobai sadly. "_ '
('ourteniy was about to say some- "L j CDmCU I lTQ -lMfl -
thing,. but checked himself, lie was -* Q \ L1^ mi alN il InaLH I U JIU lItlI^

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Our stock of drugs, toilet articles, coofectiot
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Our soda fountain and ice cream dep ne
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6aeter Lily



bow tOd you become of it, and the
&-IAa of a bonmeh of Ulles delicate-
ly semting a room or church Is decid-
edly' d Mt from the overpowering
ftgrarme exhaled by a field of blow-
m tmqty or forty acre In extent."
JTh2 l Imsy is said to be much
O- prOftible than raising potatoes.
I0en or fruit, as an acre of lilies
wnl brbg there, or four times the rev.
muI to be obtaled from an acre of
aI% although a crop of vegetables
am be ried at any time throughout
th year tf this land of perpetual
Cwrtab rul prevail regarding thme
growth that -must be attained by a lily
bulb f the market, and It usually re.
V O three years to bring the bulbe
to the required se and perfection for
Slpmmt. The bulbs are collected dur-
6W J3m and July and carefully
packd In dry sand to Insure their safe
tval In a condition to force Into
flwer whem required.
The fields of blossoms attain their
pefcton during the early part of
April, ctnB' to cover the land
with white blooms for six weeks or
.I 9, The wharf from which a
tmar mate S for New York twice
a wek is the mea of great activity.
Cold sIraIe aciranaudattons are pro-
ided or the bulbs, which are care-
flly packed Is boxes with layers of
damp mOs or ferns, In addition to
timn paper, which protects the bulbs
ot cracksem or breaks on the white
muifm All the work must be got
thro with amoMt Incredible swift-
MMI, It is do e the dry before the
steumer salin I order to aroma keep-
tIN the lown packed longer than
WMeaY. Sowtmeums a belated pecker
wEI arrTve a mort time before the hour
Ut tr maftg and, being too late to
Ok the MbkOlMM will stack them up
amid the ciie of the cold storage
room 100 atrst to luck for their saft
arivaL NOt Osft qumtly the steam&
arrvs at emw Tork with $20W
wOrt o bulb aboard.
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cents. Foeter-Milburm Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
Endures Sieknos, Cold L.nd Starvation
Rather than Spend His Money.
Alton. Ill.. April 9.-Bernard Spin-
ner, of Upper Alton, prefers to die
rather than spend one cent for medi-
cine. He told Supervisor Ford. of Up-
per Alton. this, when the supervisor
found him almost dead from exposure
in his dilapidated home. Spinner
owns an eighty-acre farm worth
about $20,000. and is a gardener.
Long know as a miser and seldom
visited by neighbors, Spinner lay in
bed sick for many days before neigh-
bors remembered they had not seen
him about his place for some time.
On Investigation they found him sick.
The straw pallet on which he was ly-
ing was drenched by the cold rains
which came through a hole In the
Supervisor Ford ordered that he be
removed to St. Joseph Hospital in Al-
t6f. and Spinner was ready to go un-
til he learned he would he compelled
to pay for his care there. .Then he
refused. When Ford told him he
would send for a doctor to see him.
Spinner asked:
"WI it cost anything?"
"Yes," replied Ford. "You will have
to pay for the doctor and the medl-
-If you send a doctor or any medi-
cine," said he, "you'll pay for It your-
sif. I wont."


N addMikte to the mstr IMlen ais l
frtem ulb by the erlamts to meet
Ith demad fr that popular blos-
M dodmg the Easter season
mmiy tlmma blamm., have arrived
Im g the hi-t week ftom Bermunda.
whme the fower Is maid to attain Its
me-t perfect growrt. It is by its Inlies
that this htt and has made Itself
fntous, ad, as ztmitve as the la-
dtryW K, Kt I earled on in a mist
primditie m m a early all the labor
being puffrn by negroes and by
band. & a 1829 the cultivation of
the blusm e inrea-1A yearly.
VW avowth of tas hetry ls wg-
ly attukd to the do orA f Mrs.
ae rem non e Ham p, a naieW e of es-
Pmrieat Haye, who planted some
blbt ams, lnndig that they took kind-
ly to the thin, rich soll of the island.
acUreged the farmers to raise liliest
O wVll as vegaebm.
The my iatay i- two branbches-
oe the mttg of bulbs and the other
the raiig of bud for shipment to
firms In varlowm locealities. The experl-
Mst sttatims of the United States are
edIvorbg to aItmain If the lily In-
diry em be made macceofl and
reatNeio In tomes tateI where mild
weather Pirevaft, ad the lorists and
growen an eagerly waiting results.
ShM the Mrelts prove encouraging
a new amrimn Industry with grmt
p--i -- w.- M epen up, and It has
bmee ad tham t bere wold be another
oppoUrtuNlty' fr the lndfatipble wo-
maR of t dy to Oa e t In an occupa-
tim bott padmsig and profitable.
Thel Ily flAds of Bermuda form some
of the mat attractIve sights of that
p-ant epot; Yt, strange to M y.
MasMy matv MtOgy object to the
ftagramee of the blemoms.
"You an diAceO the fragrance of a
iy fl a loe of.," Mid a native the
Sther day. "I don't know of any per-
ftme I dft ameh uas that of the
lMy, ad yen will Ad that many other
p- bob- rn Is Bermuda feel the
m w'. YTeo me, unless you live
ther a the year round, with that
heavy, ovmpoweI~ing perfume perme-
a the air, tt Is imposible to realize

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^K-- KWWt ltBC KBCr -.v
somo w kmd out OWNS
w- a revelom te tih ro fttm.
riom the earliest days o the riag thm
kanoek-out blow was ainMed for the jaw,
the temple or the jugular vein. Suan"
aches wm thrower in bI worry md
weary the -ht1r. but Ift Mia aen Bis
had told modt old 5te that the
am vuabt"ale spot was the rsugiAaa
the stomach, Wd hav. laghed at h&&
Sbo- od t puabd e a piemamfa the am

PMn f( digtm~m and nutltlos.
Te Isdmth Med amtl e -lbbA i
0e6i9 i eura wae e aet asla al ti e

it 1 well ta u le na the rm e with oe

Se's Catair emterd .ti whise ag
theDlsevuyma' at eamstltutlmsl rem-
edy. W the Gdkhon Media Dilrer w-
Wey' en ta'rhal disenm, ua .1 the
Atoa h, bteid, blder oad othorl pelr i
orgMn el beUO al te paBonfyeowit
read a bokd e t oa eof a tcs from te w -

Imp of eminent medical autoritlei, D-
dos ng IM Ingeint a xpann

their urattive properties It I mild
JWe onruest. Address Dr. aV. Plne
rd bk Thisbeokltetgv re thea
Iuorn iem interns Into 1D. Petn's
thirerale rpetefeItlfi 4Waale
jnniB ph terviB Int ad "r aknd hi

medielam hte which It will bIMe that
they eootatA not a drop of alcohol, pee,
wIplearenoed glyerine behag M.d lnnead.
Dr. PtcrBs great thoowssd-pacs iDm
pasd Cof-omprisn Medical Adtn
Tel b oldt fredpapesWomud, taruo>
omt htavesieor mdINlo N a is
Memorial Day "nrogam, Apf th9, rW-
der~f staipmbRattoy RuM h ile using
&M"IsUn OneaL-n-- nwalk.

Piano solo. Mary Ervin.
Essay, "Comparisfn of Grant and
Let."* Leslie Anderson.
Reading, "wiand of the South"
Ethel Crosby.
Essayn. "Signflance of the yurrsw-
der at Appolmattof Hkope Robinson.
Declamation, "The Lone Sentry.
Hugo Mclntoae tsh.
Essay, "Value of the CIVIl War to
the South." Whit Palmer. ae
Delamationed "The Riflerman's Fan-
Piano solo. Irma Blake.
Declamation, Fred KalbenbergIer.

"The Old South," Paul Gates.
"The Confederate SoldIer," W. V.
"Southern War Songs," Nellie Gott-
"The Future South," Laurie Iular.
Paper, Carl Lytle.
After the reports of the ritics,
there being no further business to
come before the house, the society
adjourned to meet April am, 1909.

As Maney an Oala Readeor Knows Too
When the kidneys are sick.
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine is nature's calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action;
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Mrs. OEl. Ratherree. living at 201
W. McCormick St., Galnesvlle, Fla.
says: "o utteredd from dragging pains
in my back for some years. I
was in almost constant misery, and
often the pains were so Intense that I
could not move about. Ths secretions
from my kidneys were also irregular
in action, and caused me further an-
noyance. Any cold always aggravated
nmy trouble and at such times I would
suffer severely. A friend finally ad-
vised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills
and I did so. The Irat few doses of
this remedy gave we relief, and when
I bad used the contents of one box the
pains had disappeared, and the kidneys
once more acted in a normal manner.
I am glad to give Doan's Kidney Pills
the credit for bringing me back to good
Plenty jnore proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydlngs & Co.'s
drug store, and. ask what their custo-
mers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50

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Wants to S&M FBfi&r Head Aalaett
a Sae- Was&
Senator Beard has lutrod ei al L
suffrage bil, requingaf a pea t ba t
white and over 21 yeas W Ea4 S
vote. This i mn dt t M visatsm i
the fifteenth amendment ami t ei-
pected by WematOr Ded. If
to make a teoat mase i e M N
court of the Uneds Satwem wcb will--
prove the ttftutinoadif ath
His. prohibition bil wll to bez ve
down by the legislature, a nd mW I-lie
vetoed by OW governorU It MUMwa -
as It Is aimed that A a i ft t
ut be made to the ate comsUte-
tlon.u Wet t s .

Senator wilnmsaa s eCedr Kmm '.fe
trodtaced ra h el sUt aim MO Wa*
attendimlg of whit gathohe woi -
gesor vice erOm a mbI m
Servants and officers are m"eptd
from the provhltmo of tkahe hil
A n rewu 1 I "
Committee 1 appotaTmutswa aa-
nounced In th senate by P lAeda t
Hudson. Tboe cporatiw ds'tI
have much to do with the tcomultie
organization. 1 lt Isl a Breward loh -
lature clean through, and the frwl o
of the ex-governor control .the mWa-
latiot pretty th.ioWi04W. IGoM. ORl
hrixt said from the st-m p d ri n th
campaign that he woaddVt *e$d
with the orge"110tlto of the w1gla-
ture. and he hImas kept hise word.
to A. A. Chisbaim, of Tredwak X. T..-
now. His reason Is wel worth rsad-
Ing: o7r a lomng time I suatf d eBm
indigestion, torpid iver, eoAsMat
nervousness, and gae al debty," be
writes-. coWldnt sleep had o ap-
petite, nor abtwtion, grow w uker
every day In aste of 2 .medical
treatment. Thea used lmrtrtf Bt- j
tern. Twelve botUle isa o oed O of
my old time health and vigor. Now I
can attend to bad mes every day. Its {i
a wonderful msedinae. lafaulm Ar
stomach, liver, kidneys, bleed and
nerves. 56c at all drutaist. '


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sn"ate 'e 'U : e.
attaee d the mA of i aI.
te Mamey-a Kof>isid '* 1.
oame cc *r m md
N. Wuthers of Laft Zab
He tntreodideu11td1mw
tht Wittee B o auftaft-o r
center vf Ph oor me va" me
seate yal fmwse T 1f and tem

tees And that y is S to e
e4 on the opening OW, attmv w
the Raltred Ceemmisiom
fore inelgible'to seatld i I"s $"-
turs, The resolutim waw |--
the Comimattee Om Plk~tsaad

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Governor terist WN*. the Law to
be It peslid
- Tallahasseem Fil, A.-*Uo-
spect for the law m it be m- -I -d,
or we will go into a t. bt at Ar-
ism," says Governor llebrist ta a
letter to ftate's Attorney J. Walter
Kehoe In Penceola, direuting h to
make a thorough investtgsWtI of sa
lynching of a ntego there Monday
The governor expressed the ban a
that there wams absolutely no neeW
sity for the violaUton of the law, aad
he directs Kehoe to take am& tep
as will lead to the aLrtet and convie-
tlon of the lynchers..
would have many atstants: buat
It's safe to say that the healthiest
baby would win the prtise. No baby
can be healthy whe'., Noaf-. erI
worms and most baies do ulem
they are kept free from ths with
White's Cream Vermfag. Adft
quickly, yet mildly-is Its own pur-
gative. Mothers, dos't attel- to
raise children without WI ns Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 centa. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drmutere.
By Hostile DekiMes if He Vuntus
Sot, the Knya- CoItry.
Mombeasa. Bitld b t AX4 ia.
April .-AccordIng to aUNO report
the Mullahs of the SOma i habiMt-
Ing the desert country north of the
Protectorate are showing further
signs of unrest and are mas nc an
the northern boundary of Kenya pro-
vince. There Is at present consider
anxiety, particularly as a majority of
the- protectorate troops are at Ber-
bera. in British SomaMland.
It is said here that the colonial of-
fice in London has issued Ias.,tl.ks
to the governor of the protectorate to
surround Mr. Roosevelt on his bhunt-
ing trip with every possible peesa-
tion for his safety.
Have yon aeffted your Mos
Have you so*eW" nms
system and caused trUob wt ywr
kidneys and bladder? p-eu y pamts
I" loins, side, bek, groias anad U
der? Have you a flabby ppinam
of the face-, especially under tha eMT
Too frequent a desire So pom ariT
If so. Williams' KIhew PU wi 4a
you. Bold by the hAti-l.oeo lI
Gent. F. Taylor was a vidtr to
Ocala Sunday. On the 2tkb t.- Mr.
Taylor will work for the Hunter Drg
Co. in that eity. iFar some tiso be
has. been the pharmacist for the In-
verness Drug Co, and we had hoped
he had permanently located ber Be
Is a young man full of p s ad en-
ergy, thoroughly asequaited with the



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Every customer must be satisfied

and remain a customer.of the store.

If an article turns out otherwise than

represented by us, it is our loss and

not the customer's.

v We are here to

make it right, if it takes our store

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The HaL
"TT may abe a Sally. but, my, It leeks
Raxean d pretty Pony. regarding her
Ud. -
a was swm t aad tha swer. TYoSd
aver thik Peter
Could sold msuch a wetar. but thars
what he dU.-
pmr wa- labr. t... -led and

And on he w- ruaige t FewB* IN* of
Till gsh St Mer bebaving beea am
a *-- -- ^kJ
Mito rleC
BUT thebt wa a dandy a" an to the
And Pou wouldn't beady herd wOef O

In church o the marrow to se iers ao
T BHE mmornnc dawned brhtly. Po
pLed the hat tautly
And tripped It forth Ulightly. to retrW
sadand m I
Poor Ittle kifw, her mew -Mery WId-
Or no other such IG oh, eoeld pas
through the door!

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But no~ segeamma to kw where he
was a.
I tear the little fellow's eOn. -
Andi damml n ide =aOip
for hwr hat.
I fear the erk's alped oa eamo h-
ply stunning hat.

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Let us have a share of your business, we will please you and you will order,
again. We offer you the facilities of our new and splendidly equipped plant.


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New Ide Foer Easter.
This i en ly a Su tloi o
In the ver borMeot lmet
That mfitg add to the attain
Of the headlar rieh ad S.
It would double all the my
And would IMplmiM tthe wtYl
And aid !to a the t lumaph
Of the jow dy down the alble
It when she flttered sofy
In the very foremet set
And had Istnd to the wWre
Ob!" aWd -Ah!" ad "Ai't It sowet'
Theo the lady with the bamt
CouId by some ms toumeh a sprt ng
Or. It that we te o umhdy,
Wyly pull a hiidda string
And thus ease to pop ugalyP
From' her beaet a net dlsn.
couruu u.seM.

The Eggs.
See the pyramid of W-
Easter eggs!
What a host of recollections they Iavoke
of yellow lest!
How they pi pile, pile.
la the baskets and the cases
Whie the grocer. with a smile,
Telos ryod'egs are now the style
In a t--hilo-ble places!
W thm B efmb. cUmb, b.
in their prts. all the tim
As they keep accumouatIn I. the boxs
and the h e
or the ag.. .. eagg. m s,9 4Pe esa,6
With a seasoning of sterase warehone
-gCbicq tt---L
wEastw ir Sa
A sas of sun ntoe through the nai,
Of sr sacroes the m w.
A balm to heal the barts e pain.
A peace surpaslNg w
it up yoer bhade, ye -errowing em O
And be ye glad of heart.
eor CalvTry and master day.
arths saddest day and Gladdest day.
Wee Just s ay apart!
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B o'g ftepmi t ow ers t .ftrand
neaw r
To mateh theI aster meody!

The e"Athe now far
Another HWe.
me is a here In a way,
Thouag hMtry ever declares It.
w Am-- -m md sm Gayd
He maes so plait that he must pay,
Bast wmpary stes a .d haIt.
-washimtem star.

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Sfeet fArthe followtg reams: : Made from highest g rade of Itme reek found in the
Site of Flor1d. It will ieep for mose In sgtolre, bat dla off readily with eold
water. k will lay am e b ito the bareL It will amhe moe mortar tha ay other;
I--thiM be veshas be M ti aad daalsua baetual test. Itworeesol. Is will not ou la iA

IBalla of Pulilmrnt.
The ate r be"ls plsot a" d swet.
The aRter u mm-ahinesa wm amW
The Eater hats as dom the tro t
Wlth NBser owue, a prtty lt.
BeMold! A eam n pbk aad Wt,
Tn wl-h 41ok i I r. "

he MO fullled her L&A Ww. TAN '
My peace has been MGMe semplsefe
Than that of asay asherifte
That over trd to maledt e -. .
Ilatea of eeo-welL rather Oht.
myIIf you.r b WOWbt...
But now my sorrw's takes.
Mbe has tMleMe" her lavesrn w.
To a he i you can
But she0~eIed b eM -nvib
My absemoe (as aht theWI wasaee M
-* monday aad -- da . .- .
Of my e s i ... '_1..e
But fare a week. Cieeasag htt -
She bas.u fines eesa.s vw,.
Maiden. I was ua "Ns quite;
But. ahe, Im faeelas otter boWI
Meb salko, ea so my heart l 1b
me has f*dF hIer Lentals W. A

The laundry In a marrow plae.
pesnast. tis -our busna-ess apd :W `
I aM s the l a i et a ye ew
Chine he Oft beaty I h ol
Kept to t years s wot and stand it The
care, w .
Por on hi dn ils a bowl .. ;
Brtm up with UUies ta and tar. *
A weary round. b WOof fire-inqurance compo ai1
SpeIt In an alen lai and dim.
Bach day another "Me3ar 1 s s
And ~riage ts bot with seO andMO maand
s h rrysg s. country and Eu pe at-
He searee may it Mi W i .
uole water sprtes. hMs ilUe ime. -
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Mat beckon back his y a 4r .Z
The brmming W ~. .y ,W -;
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w eeftuaty of the IQL
C. L Oit*e m mdR. L. Carre, 2L 0. t ; to
bUd, ft they Mj dep r Thla "i Now I t 0 is m. L ..L
M tes a" Publishms isunabine would e doing gaI oek wfth Its latest club. J
--- Mr. Driggere had an epernee mv- bTh new n members a being taken in
C. L. SITTINGER, Editor eral weeks ago with a bmklng here two at a time, and the entire Jub| a
--- that he didn't relikth ma a the MID en s ee em are em dli 1
R. R. CARROLL. elneee Manager imal threw him twice and had he P'er- on the iMnt. All thM new members
_,_ ,__sisted In holding the rese whe be amre requested to be reseat as each
fell. he feared the Ihtwood kbts dgree l i gv-n, ad thesadne j ust taltlat-
would have been ome t. my for ed eme the e anmay thew have recent-
Ir him. But be Propoew to bY It agai ly petdlpa Id n ad -aMlered to
MR IR and for that prpoe caM up to geLta their brethren who came In later. B
s___ addle be caa depend ea tmthen m t very deqp, tIn Odd Felowhip "e a
Our aster edition was printed un- is to be a battle royal between the solemn and beautiful lesson, and no
der difficulties. We had so much to owner and the hor as to who will man can help being better for having
do In the other department that It have the mastery. It imipresedo hI.. Te older me=-
could not be given the time and at- ho4 Oa u lulu whbo ant w ttt__d"W
tentlon that we would have liked to NEW GARAGE FOR OCALA W0e meetings re"ulay awe missing
have devoted to It. With the excep- ---a treat a" l Ikhvig their Pro- O
tion of the first page cover design all The Ocala from Worfts i preag iem celled by the newmembers -
the work was done In the office All to opn& a garage. Mr.-J. A. 11e110W. Who ww beigso carfully drill-
of the cuts and illustrations were One of the best macMnlet IN t he ed In the meert work. b@tl -"1tS .S-" I I
made her- We got the "mats." as we country, has been engaged to take ... w K U
call them, a piece of thi'k paper in charge of It. Mr. lie-mug, the man- Mr. t. A. Detterlch. who Is a moat
which an impression of the cut or ager of the Iron work, decided that enthuslatic Odd Fellow, wear. a dec-cef
type has been tak-n and then baked. there were so many atepebAs here oration he has a right, to be proud of. Carfu l n e t
and from these w, sterotyped the and the number wae It W M IE So It Is a gold medal an big as a double
cuts. On our sterotyplng machine on rapidly that there wva o)glendld eagle and moot handsomely engraved.
the third floor we ran sterotype any- opening for another 01mV. The mea- t was given him by the Grand Lodge 1 0 S4%
thing desired. make our own mats or trial and whatever additional tools of Michigan, and was won by hard OW M o
any form that we may wish. except of and machinery needed have been or- work for the great three-links order.
course, not having an engraving de- dered. The garage will be located ti 0 0 0 0-
partment we must first have a copy to the east end of the ma9n b1ediUg or The new lodge, the Tribe of ed *J Y
sterotype from. Mr. Bowie, the fore- machine ahops where the railroad MM s having well attended meetings Low P "C
man of the Job printing department, Is tracks enter the building. It is an and the members are very enthusl-
an expert sterotyptr. and with the as- Ideal spot for the work. The huge astic in their work. The Red Men Is
distance f his colored hplr-r. "Jemes" steel crane andf pulley is here and the one of the best and strongest orders
(called Snowball for short) can soon largest machine can be picked up and in the country. and the cele of Ocala d m obl s
turn out a lot of work. Mr. Gllen and moved to any point or raised to an ilodgeswas not complete, until a tribe A haudsome cobbler seAt, hi
Mr. Murrell set the advertisement, elevation teUfcst to wor b ath tt had been Instituted In this city. Chair, that we usually 9
which wax no small Job. we can as- comfortably. Machines can be also .
nur* t moved out of the way of others with d s sample sale price......
sure you. immens cran. ^ T Seldom has any lodge taken such a .....
We do not think our worst enemy this Immense crane. The shoqps&l- foothold in this city an Aene 1914 F.
can acuse the Star of blowing, but ready have the power nd most of the mafoothold In this city Aof the mem- 1814 F.
we feel that a word of ..hat we are machinery that may be needed In ad- e. b long to no other ord the mer-an
doing and the Improvements we have ditlon to the great advantages ofer- he beoe. a to no other order than n
made in the last year or so will no" be ed by a large and rt-c machiand have not the fault not Handsome, substantial anu
oumade In t he of place, and a gentle rub and shop and foundry. ]dr. Slmn M uwa wm with some of being bored f
out oft pat. cen though it b lf-adn- ordered a stock otef a bto by attending many different conclaves. Rocker, of large sZ, e
nott pat. even though it be. self-admln- ordered a stoc of nat omobilTe yal g tIne tInhewr A5 fmi Rll rc
istered. might make us feel better and parts and Supplies tht re to They take great Interest in the work $4.50, sample sale price
can certainly do no one else any harm. be needed. Te neW M wil have of the lodge, and probably turn m out
The business' h.s been steadily every mechanical facility ad t atIn greater number than the members
growing and spreading and to be pro- men to do automobile. repaIw g of any oth er. Ay E le can A Sia lot oI
pared for the increase wo have leas- short notice. Automobiles wiU also be deped on all the other eagles stand- A p lot
ed the ntlr.- billdin,: from Mrs. sold by the company. Announcement ag by him until all their tall feathers
Hood for a long period of years. The will be made a little later of the def- re pulled out.
three floors of the building give us Inite date when the garage will be Fr well attended meetings and
over 8.000 square feet of floor space. ready for business. Thus there Is d good work. nothing can excel
We are not using quite all of the opened a new business for Ocala. I I, fgood o a N othng can excel
third floor yet, but expect soon to do y sovereign takep No. 14 W. a patriotic nd. .
0so. Fine candies, fresh stock frteral tereinet ta the welfare otf
The machinery in the office Is op- singer's best, ha pounds e h camp. and one cannot rlly ta o an
13 P~nd ~5dhal his Camp. and one cannot hardly talk e n
crated by individual electric motors, Ipounds. at Banlards news and fruit with a Chopper ten minutes without
each machine having its own motor, stand. being adjured to "Join the Wood- fI-
separate and Independent of the oth- men." of e 'o V V l
era. The advantage, In this Is great. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NEWS s
especially In the' saving of power, as --- Pbrt Kin Camp held its regular
only the motors need be run for Just Our Easter message for the readers monthly meeting in Tonge'a Hall last o
such machine as are used at the time. of this paper I a quotatio fro m the night. About s25 members, Including yo h
Some of the machinery we are using pen of Phillips Brooks: all the leading officers, were present..
Is as follows: Thr.e Job presses, of 'A living Christ, dear friends! The Mr. WiUam Barco rode the goat with
three different sizes, and they are sel- old. ever new blessed Easter truth! great eclat, and all the other business
dom Idle; two cylinder presses, one He liveth; He was dead: He In anve was satisfactorily attended do. The
for the newspaper and the other for evermore. Oh. that everything dead next meeting will be held Friday ev-
book work and small circulars: a and formal might go out of our creed, enlng. May 14th. SI 1
Brown stitcher. which stitches with out of our life, out of our heart today. $ S *
wire pamphlets up to three-quarters He I a live! Do you believe It? What The Maccabees and Fraternal Union
of an Inch in thickness as fast as they are you dreary for. 0 mourner? What are dormant but not dead. Their
can be fed Into it; a folding machine, are you heltating for, 0 worker? members keep their due@ paid up and
which folds book work and folds, trims What are you fearing death for, 0 the executive officers see that the
and pastes the newspapers; a Ross man? Oh, if we could. 'oly lift up or business of the lodge Is properly at- _
Back Perforator and the big paper heads and live with Him; live new tended to.
cutter down stairs. This cutter is to lives, high lives, lives of hope and
be replaced by a much better and more love and holUness, to which death An Eater Myth
improved one operated by power, to- should be nothing but the breaking One of1 twh eat ncien A ntert
gether with a machine for the cutting way of the lait cloud the let- e of th most anci en at nd Inter
out of all the different shapes used in ting of the life out to scoomplqte- W et of myt s tt s
loose leaf work. card files, etc.. both ness. May God give u some such Conventlone held every Mon- the bare with Easter. The relation Is
of which have been bought. blessing for our Master Day." day event In Castle Hal ever Pey- much clearer than would seem poe.
On the second floor tlie linotype. There is to be a well supplied liter- mrs store. A cordial welcome to vis- sible at first Impression. It all comes
which is operated night and day. and ature table at the convention Send ting knlkhts. Sidney Halle,. C. C. through the moon. Easter, as is well
the newspaper department. It Is our by your delegates for Endeavor sup- Chal. K. Sage, K. of 1. and 8. known, is a movable feast dependent
Intention to buy another linotype of piles needed for out-of-the-ruts work on the phases of the moon. The date
the very latest design this year. The in your individual shares of society L *. O. F. .f the full moon following the vernal
present machine though run all the obligations. equinox fixes the date of Easter. The
time Is not able to set type enough at Do no t forget the Iii Menmortam --,--- frsyhrI"ems a loIsc
times to supply our needs. Oni th service, conducted by the great heart- Tulula "odge No. 22 seto wthr, the me o. Tae moon t
thid loo te sertypngandlio-ei Christian, Rev. P). W. blnls, puto L O. O.IP meets every Tuesday even- pears only at night; so does the hare.
type metal melting department is 1o- of the Filrst Congregatiooal chun-th,
catedfe iandstres~eerve stock for the Job of- Tampa. Send him In ad wor lagn In Tonga's Hadll Visiting brothers ouwhichafe is a drnocturnalt fedanimal achnd comeutts
nsce I t stored. of those to whom we should pay tri- always welceme w aft. dark to fed. Each little
Astutheworteong h s t ts fltng lmax to .C. Dknihehz, N.Q. German child Is taught that If his de-
comes from all over the state, more the year in service for the Sunshine M. uwts 8s*- portmet las been stlsactory a whie
or less. in addition to a generous share corner of the State Union. hare wfll come quietly and hide cot.
.... t, f hme work. Several of our Something that has helped the state V F. f A, L ored eggs In the house for him to bunt
best customers are located in Jack- secretary much was the asmurance of Z- on Raster m. The practice o1
sonvllle and we ship a great deal of a so-worker, "I pray for youevery oJo -1-- L od restge now soe univerl w
printing to that city. We are Just day." The past endeavor year thongh ouMght-Dnu Lodge pruentghingg, now 8o unlveral, was
now doing a large quantity of work of steady applcaton to our work, has No. 13 It Iin the brought down to us from the ancient
for Tampa t Just as far south as Jack- brought us many valued new friends / \ temple on the first Malan. or Perulans. It springs from
sonvllle is north of us. All up and n t constant fellowship of thee ind ThIurday evenings of eac the old fable of the mundane egg, fog
down the road our printing goes, and long known, and for all such bless- Imdt. VlSingr bters cordIly whlch Armuil, the Persian spirit ,o1
the fact that we print for these same lags we are grateful to God and the I j.A. Bo ier, W.M. good, and Ahriman, the evil spirit.
customers year after year, would In- comrades. W. rer, taS were to contend until the end of the
dicate that they are satisfied. .Wer Earnest o. Wood. oc n the word uni the endoft
We contemplate many other changes brilliant first vice Dresdent of the

and Improvements in the near futureFloria union, Is stil with his church Her A Easter Hat.
and hope. at no distant day, to have In Hillsdale. N. T. On a hurried trip MUDThe hat sWe' been IMing for Aster
the best and most modern newspaper, south this winter his lament was not ,Is built ina wonderful way.
book and Job printing establishment in to have had time tovst Mr. %. l RI a nment
this part of the state. Upham and other workers of past- I In truly surprising array.
In the meantime the circulation of ove dam awo sT s f ho
both the Evening Star and the Weekly Mr. as. M Conklin. ez-ate toH 11 l AD Y R
Itar Is steadily growing and the ad- treasurer is doing nleely In Chatta- N** 1814 FISH AND OYSYERS
vertlisng patronage keep abreast of nooga. Hisnew address IIncareof 0 reeve every day from crys
this growth. the medical college, wherern he I- s Riverydyo osieal
The office carries a very large stock studying the medical misonary : F. 0 River choice oysters, both Inside ani
of printing material onrand all the to which he feels tt wi llGulf oysters, salt and fresh water
time, mo te stock probably than any e io. i hlstn ha will d o Meetos every Wednesday evening at and mullet. I can give you the besi
offie et cko l an a him. Florida a well afford to giv I:i 'soleek. Voting brethren al in fish any oysters, fresh and prompt-
office between Jacksonvilie and Tam- up its finest young people whoe they
pa, with I)eLand and St. Augustine leave us with the purpose of cryi y delivered. Phone 219 city market;
excepted. Printers' paper., of the bet- the gospel to more need se than Ir. W. Ditto, Preeident. second stall on the lest. 1-20-t
ter grades. especially. runs Into money. haveIn our state of churches and W. C. MoW Secretary. A TUCKER.
and the stock we have on hand If put other Christian advantagem. ______________
Into groceries would fill a large store. Miss Cora L. Peet, the beloved for-
mer state officer, writes Mm the
LET THE PRIMARY ALONE Deaconess school. Indiana avenue,
Chicago. "How much do you suppose
The legislature of Florida should I want to be in Tampa at the covnya- ,
remember, if It Is Invited to monkey tion and hear our C. sant, Dr.,
with the primary law. that there is a Clark. and see all the dear end a-
general and fierce fight being made on voters? Just guess how much. You
the primary all over the country and could nut though, unless you were
by the same kind of people, to-wit: away. These people up here are good
the politicians and corporations. In and kind. but .Its *hom-that In
a number of states the politicians of where I would be." Thi wl be the
both parties made promises In their first of several conventions without
platforms that they would give the Miss Peet andabe will be sorely mi s-
people a direct primary for the nomi- ed by many of us.
nation of officials. California and Col- State President Wlnnard writes i
orado. the legislatures of which are of three fine addresses on the coaven-
controlled by different parties, are Ution program. Dr. Collins. of anti-
buncoing the Job. In New York the saloon renown will speak on "Chrtis-
fight is on nlu such a shape as to dem- tian Endeavor and (Ctlenship;" Dr. --lA '"
onstrate that the path of victory for Jolly of the Preebytrilan colege tI nc
the people will be strewn with polit- ECstis will tell us of our duties for
ical corpses. "Christ and the Church." Congregs- A. .16
In several states where the law is tional young people will be r p sent- O tK M thi S is e
Already In force strentMous efforts are ed by Dr. Blackman. president of Rol-
being made to emasculate It of all its l1ns college, whosee theme will e A & be
real value. It is safe to say that the -Value of a Good Name.' Dr. CUaMk t h tt atio I
Plorida law is rood enough to leave will give addresses. praStical cofer-

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Ero Caobs.
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Waist sets.
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Cnaor Supperters.

C tter NIpFin.
V-o, Pane.
beet i o r SukIor
Emblem Pins, skalloders
Emblem Charms.
Gew and Silver ThimNe.
Gold And Silver Pekt
Gold and Silver Ciw Cut.

Silver CoOL, 5us and Mir-
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Sosr Match Boxes.
Silver Whisk urm s.
silver Clothe Brushes.
Silver Pon Raks.
silver Deeners.
Silver Nail1 iles.
Silver Manicues ScIMisrs.
Silver stamp Bxes.
Silver Baby Rattlsa.
Silver Chiks Knife Fork
and Spoon.
Silver Pocket Pencils.
Silver Embroidery BioWa.
Silver ShOe Home.
Silver Soals.
Silver Traveling Cps.
Solver Iw..1"so.usis.
Silver Paper KnhiM.
Silver Talcum Jas.
Silver Tooth Powder Jars.
Slve Tooth Brush Ja.
Silver Cur1lia Toas.
Silver Paper Kanve.
P40o aa Fram e tO
Gift Clocks.
Jewsl GC.00a
Musical Clooks.
Silver Ask Tray.
Silver Key Ring .
Si~Tler Teet2 salk
Siver MIlIary Srumes.
silver Cove. "
Silver Beek fMai.
Silver Too swaersm
Silver Tape Lusa.
Silvr k @* S aSid Combs.
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person. The glove was the fellow to Mter su. 5mw an I interest In 5
the other. Then we ot another le eeT, live and let live. r4L pleas-
band glove and later the riid, hand m e and toteret Iq otbera. It Is
leve to match t. The trick was Ow 5dVrJMoes that amountst frUnam
pie and adIrablein t ttsimplty. of our sts. Wm we sadSM wi
Gloue were being eat through In our p rtmi Instead of eertlhblg a
~-umastlie one at a tiek. grasth ping fft % Wwould 10d ifte a tfr
"-vttw "W .u1mmstMiek we eosedI t m ty road. H .. who te"" nie
the otdreday A womanW Uw acuminto do a kndly w af i m-gua us h w Ou *
*^ e^^. m m ,m *^-w ww_^_aB^ i^a-- asmm un ^
itg. a law stocak or ftncy cose.s tk ad lmm his W-4, _i
wal WM abmo t t- abo the du at me ydr, L thea, lew Ter.
bqld s hve hee paJd on them. VWe TrL U Lft ,Live.
tileRkinC" W.0".halfa e0t-sathrogh What te hINhas a beet a VMs
the mall We eew of no rule ahbot w h a aM v aed aOd wf"eh .
payif day a half a coreL t.t ap m"w wer men'w tv fail toawr.
peamd st to be a omre m at of Thoe f rIgt of ife with moanWy tie l b
the up to&*t wommav attOW and not mor mystersomu. The only Ina am. 'a-
{-NrtUM em__ to elwr as dutl *W. after all, to that I& o gift* ,
Mw at of God. Tite. Its rt4ae far hac
lb we pad the half corest am MAS you mwI. you meut to Ahna 4 OM
and.t m smr It.i L Bt halt tto a O f f aaB cammae s thee ftad
aekbema te dop 0to with am too G o wborated th heavenand t he.
-wO *4Ue0e. It loohad though earth and Owlty IIvlg wCIatre o4 tie
e. mt -.a-_ ad .-dmaly ttauied eartL There i mo qstBm.L erIform
ea k-raBl um'we tI eoarn mW that the 01fN we ashdu live tI the we
aeldmit o of theea putIt that o Is adace with Od ar a
up to his wif sad s*he took some.a- God would vTO U Sve It. Soe lr
tUhi lMe thn a fmtlm Of a Bcod solely hur the pleasure wbich they em
to i* t-r the chamI. he half cor- gt out of SM but that to not the beau-
sWat w mdmW l tI tmel tat wbhm the tal We A" woud have a eua. Oth.
other half arted ther wasa a French r seek te 1U tae fl kewletdg, cl-
coret ready for wearg. tr. ad oft which have a paee t every
. We ft fteaI do up Inpal good lB and yet i ntemelves al t d,
ages of Bwb, watc-a dtamoud rp make a hmtifWly rounded fte. 0Go
and bmelets concealed th te leaves teI blOed Ld emtPsa a ma's a I
of books N bame cut ftr the pmrpoe be mt l ebangi tIt fe sihame
Sa :- d_000& h61a- away to t goinO l.t tha wllry wm rsal It-
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tMa ielns ton t rThe sad1atf BmUb-GWI ad C aw
T a rw i ^ l or* mft we AM animM ,
ataie nd__ 8 fwa.God, a al ails.,. *meft hmt&i-
Toe rw pioew thiak it a (eren to h ymai. Dr. DV v f nbyut te have
swindle the customs.For that ceasous ftualpinVMCaUUMb
W b gith and belay PO WAM tbhnk SW.ld. e P. fleri ty. |k- he
atrd hew to get ods Iefromy a tUr ad HGMNO-ie n WwstWu.*L WAR
wTImtut p ni gtol toLet b 5d .a f" e be aem asa thehmte Isa n
mios of the succeeesful opmaorm ut calledin setr. U' p -lho~g

rom~m petry m hmW ftur 18todayad tem .-t --w -
Ot Me,. ard ew@e whohave fre h oev" oa" -l*

dmJes n rede"mm to liYearANat yew. but t Wi v
oUrt ttdhk about suht l hngt hannity ._- wA. p.RWedge SptstTAW-
itam be slaeMthat the aus. OILmnow
tomeC TIP*haet oJ 4 117 .ara Nis way. \ W I
WnoM ttrf WWem voum t NtHoc relpS'S ^a'W
to Protct the goWI LMIs tuhe gifO r.o tso ( ,
Tbo agoe" troth the sitarmship -- ,. a"It t &whw teyt Fo wi
senge w surt. ore petat carefllyeam l hutt ta -
guasrted and acbMVrati penalty few m-at I n raeVitala pro t teial a-
pople go alwoed the great mass Of te al, kCOOGY a !1 I
derrs In this petrtm Md bfdm t a mn "to thecI l snhS g
ban"s ft" spareingin&t hi thetb hd d t i ithd b
witdb- IMjeof toO to Be.lag Re1. J. w oH nl U
/at u e h 6 hoiweer. It am- Mew eT' a z
oter avo ,thatosi n peurt t 9" thiewI nW Urs 4twf

hpm Ily b thaeL~ anti-duty electlo.- Truthal h thed : wu'- W. 1he
i"UYstiyedev awl*alt'g o -g ,ft. k-,
it is the r nit all-wor. m t i a]aaeofootea
Withthebspie teulme onnfore ipnwll oIsgtle, amt-%'-Ib Im--do
mg dol vared to tss coestry It I I. who itueal heMW IM
talfA I seeoe too batoooe nI B n ha g th th~ thasnbelm
aue evr package that seemlto i' Sosbo toMat a.World IS and
teItotaaprT. tor1 meteY a bulky s 2and S10s ambbthim a ri l fL
ter to dsee wothe or ntsome ut ore. Baeo Ihtobig tko e-u
4beatce Ison c0etakl ted the.iS RT .LEI8a0reMeh
tft ead I -i rsome tl, however.I t lseO ThR souft. wx in d
dpew and atbero t h to Amraas t o oton If o t ba ada m t U W" iP a
the posto mmp a Mt dutybonte te It 7 y would i wit M mUtt 11 0 -
aMat. at wWi Bthe dauiwble arto lea epto It 0M6 t --ReW. Wmh t me
hi appahad.of yew hirthrhtIf 7M6 woud mC102
awate utom fOne ert at the O' e tR Prt oansus th s ow wyour
obear ~ hav e ethetbar tnd otlheek oa e n. TrustI
Jwk wtcy bym t alu dIt adjIto eO.t. Wf ian m-l iat
eating the dov Mvas o theou whr Tod, pthufO duy 1W ahiths us
Sarbcat aUy teug. msew wayI to he L d t e no gtoloings, and eM
diqse M ftlabl .things as Innocent 'bIa destre nthbte tin e ht"-Roam
looking! parcels.JoltskmClarence L^ ,Umlvrasr=Hit
We ad to pass cakes thrust M bll Se lPII eL 1
without question"sM odne e of the ex. A ohes Oi..vW, work.
andlso tl. o temed too baed t o lay There tl nothing mr bautMf than
hands on ga Chuistuais pudding seat by woman In her properplac.The moth-
Melaties Ito Ragland to some exile Itoer- as divin Work ,of biellg
this a ntry. It al e disturte d ther It no u ad t is r t a4 0 o that o
tlM tad o tof a custom oB per to Mbhelangelo c Raphael f-o ns
de molsh a etio of wedding e and t ua olewi wlt. e away. Her.
that ad er sW from the oldpbom rtchisling in tt oo WoftMt of wax beot
In fm Wto toAmera. oomes harder_ t atdamont, and se Iu
we let te sacred thnt a pas wn toer ri thee wt so w Is ffing
wtibrouL Bu amt- day wte h hodad an nUlPto God .ilmlM-Re. Wlliatm '
awakeutg aOn* of the customs n'lme oIe Pardow. Roa ooom mce. dNew
heard t hat a neighbor bad obtained a Tork.
tww watch hrm abroad. It had comneOur Duty to Ged and Man.
through duty fee, sad the glful girl The path otduty ibthe pathI*o glory
awho vMa wea. ing It coul d not keep without and to IpaI g Ifw Bea=
quiet about the B ever way the post er th at tmane woit ot thoe urc
aeft t hahem bn o deded. it seems the aundeVrye 1 .- if te awa.
Wteh had beow baked right lte the 'within the feb ft- of wa ies 00
Ctak and had co e m eathrouia witb out e badi er upon cuhei b db utyt
dieovery. Nt tow, eth ced nuto takhy@e s oding eupona -bec aum to e atni
some step to iwevmst a rVeptitoc of GO" wOrld. '8PPrWd1Wi hi bounty
swub sMartnei s and ever after that aod under the oblIgations Inident to

malLn. A l s ietto the person twhI oBroeokyn. am m C e
Weam9 the eaPa eIos adobreeaed and SoWl yTurrsU Fork wed
thkb II e* tame s amost tlewas a wo- Ad sl atbi t felr dit-wh oA&e
he aSc *rom abod It thad come? our Duy o ad man ta
thro adstorres.iae the pdingl erigh WTth his fotj tob tn pthe uito
Ino frost fthe culeoer way tb. Dot wer tha e der eID w~by~ ntgh sbod
oAmy had be-i rantsd thIt aeeiaa tbe i udarey or~ to of the soft soun sba
Twtho baud ivy bae ih eotewthis thee ISwc ao Tartar to- aotbG~
cak and so we dhosg ttot petodlrg iman muitua o aa chr wes;dt.
ithout a ery Nwhe theo focudotto take m(s .mta thing a0nrrd thehmuenS
AOB tul tha fwtle us rrellco o whoseldat I aotedbyhto feet 1k i,
ame glare aa. aad erease atoier thet*o ane th Abfbpaloo Ciniaty to
twe held .lof to al cakroe or puda tour Vory aad htov I.ork.->e.!*
tha. ith the ginwaea v boulS tbe NeweAT yur Dwork. D.lta thin thatlal r
HUAleter to t aet oat,'ou went swray car emt elsok y. en eaircaln
whoutt twe gamed It thoug sasspect a he laoSIed toirfi our hand an.t
fay.'Sf^LuS we^2 ge so ma fteemuelthaot work Is-a l thM) at It bugu to look supiouto me an ^ BMBB Pehd take deli hat hilt
wa us ^ -. aT6 maTchrow aaytal tauit eyodthaqto
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When jame Btoam agreed be In-
V!ted his -.tT-la w to Iti with
him sad ea weitR g eep D Belk
| nmleed to r1ants ftw "- ttsg h"
WbW the OWt eboar S a shared
aw cetaw atio ariea. As a yoW
huna d be had iever lefre had as
lnfnat In his arm and had meter real-
ly een above a doem of the uWaSm
at ele ran be ht e aMit Whte ned-
e4 no advife from raaImI. Whm
he et out with io. aad eator oil to
doctor the kd for a dems thin at
,oce the iether-in-law had to make a
few remarkb-she Just ad to.
The were occasions whbe the ta-
ther wqold carry the q alling youna-
Ster abmt head up, head down, over
his shoulder and under his arm ad
pay s hbee to the protts of his
wife or the looks of the ather-lm-aw.
There were other occastoia when he
would fling t Into the lap or him old
lady and expect her to walk the Moor
with it for half the nlght. In retr0
abhe would visit the druggist next day.
walking Into the store with an Irou
jaw, but somehow she could ever ask
for arsenic or strychnole. The weat
always, stuck, ad ash ended of by
asking for soda water with sarsapa-
rlla sirup. There were happy bouro
however. There were hours when the
mother-ln-law and soon-n-law sat down
and told each other that It surely iwt
have bees the work of Provtda to
Spring them together. They almost
held hands over It They felt a Just
pride In realizing that they were the
only mother-tol-law and saon-ta-law ao
Ge face of the wide earth that ever
Lived In the same homns and loved each
A crisis mat eventually com In the
happiest family. One came in thts.
It came one day after the motherw4*
law had carried In a ton of coal and
beaten two carpets. On tthe same day
the son-In-law had dIcovereand/that the
old lady was In the habit of coming
downstairs at midnight and cook'as
baerelf a late supper. There were no
words ova either eFreamstance. On
the contrary, they sat and saned at
sebh other and purred ake two kitta
She was Informed that but for her
presence Into the house life would have
beldI Uttle or nothing for the was be
fore her, and she reciprocated by may-
lag that she never knew what that
complacency and contentment meant
until she made her ome with him.
It was a feeling hour. The fountains
of the deep were broken up, and
neither felt ashamed of the tears in
their eyes nor their quiverting Ups.
Next morning both we anlmin On
a stand to his bedroom ad on te.
bureau in her bedroom tmhe distrcted
wife found epistle. The t e from the
husband read:
n Invited my mother-n-law to pass
the rest of her days with me sad com-
tribute to our happlnem. I had always
held to the theory that the wife's
mother, particularly if ashe had an Ire
Jaw and a mind of her own, could r m
der the Uttle woodbine cottage at her
son-in-law a paradise on earth. Uee
argued with e In vain. Whei the
opportunity came I tried It. Thts
was to be no buttg It on the other
side. It was to be oe long, happy
day. Itbas bee. I goto my reward
simply because I can't sed her to
hen. Ever since her first week 4M the
aid woodbine I ave never or an
hour been clear of thought of mur-
dew. They have always been theughta
of murdering a mothber-In-law. In la
aglnatlom I have given her ane dif-
terent poison; fve times I have dis.-
meabered her with the az; eight times
have I stolen upastairs at midnight to
choke her to death with my stroag
aiers. I have hired echa~sre to
try to run over her. aad I have re-
moved the steps from the cellar aln
te hopes to prselpitate her to the ce-
ment and break Iher back.
"In coneluaslo let me may." the state
meat went on, "as ebe refuse to die
for me I have decided to die for her.
We have grown to be too happy. The
deadly monotony has come, and I
fLven't the strength to elndure It. My
cold body will be found ha n ian the
wood shed. Love to you aa the Mid

and any number of best -garda to the
dear old lady. I know ash wsll ars
The letter of the mother was eqinuaftly
"When you read this, my dear angh.
ter," he. began. "tbe body of yeu
mother will be found at the bottom of
Gray'u mll pod. I have bees think,
tog of taking this step for a long ti .
I have been too happy with my usae-
law. That happiness has begun to
pall. Think of having a iaminlaw
and yet be bound by the msMt solem
mro~se not to can him a brte, a v-
laJ and a wrteh a do4 n tfte a day!
Think of how I have had to keep M y
hands off him when I faity aheed to
wash thesp In his blood Thak of the
sleepless aou I have qpemt in e
pling and maagtg and waderlag
him inlima gnatml I belere that I
could live with my son--law and feel
that I was Iling In the oburbb ofa
heaven Iteelf. It has bean a grand me-
ceam but only up to a certwta pobt.
The element of murder his bee bea-
tox. He has never giren me a ahow to
WWll him oM. I die because he wt. I
S know be win marn me, but I mut



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pdIatjng. soma-erhow large wrhowI
@MaIL or bow Sme. MO wor4 t MO 4e
may WhIb.&I"avthe matoil rK bhe.
aad kmeioew to Paont WA. SO it
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Talba yealte hIbern 1 Awl401e.-
Foir obaace is realtwimyee
A kiftw em b WAtyous ee&.
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OWa me. at too"w"eso k ha*&tetI
could ouAiay .2m ft, be&SDime

Wheastshop PO
woul bi ~euhibwo so ip-
cisfly in the nes gat f gamevs I
also had 40"e== toetee
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intiaatol Trst Company, a con-
Cro capltaiused at s300,0e. aad
Knapp Bra., prutate beaker. as-
pended hee yatqray .morntag.

The Woodiar Sand A tone Com-
ay tIs going to do saome work at the
Cemetery sad garpes deiwinB suck
work wil pMea oaa I.a te their
wIats within the at iew r P. O.
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Sfour ew ldsO ward tIn -t
Isse--bana net akn to at.y, or has
mitemmi at ambe. ys will ,b-
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Jf,.welry of all Kind& ~eof .. A ..

Me Sra. I::: ond Rings oaud Ia. .W....
Clocks, Ping, Braoe~etsc oms1-t
right Kiduth latest styles. SilH ae gf ind

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the Experkienced e 4u

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1~ Use Mat f h ea~sw
OW" M ad.aes. lvaw-* Mac"mNL
R are Ia demi tdfay NAd re
brtilf3 0 ePeIs a dsea.
Mr. C. B. Beardiey of Ath ta. x s at
th Ocala Home.
Kr. AL 0. U se oNorth CUNUina. Is
at the Ocala'Hooe.
Mrs. MAfboroutgh Is the new clerk
at Fisbers departaat store.
A nice line of hammoekiL doremt
styles and prices, at Meltwer & Mae-
Key's. 4-10-tf
Mr. John T. Lawlh, of the *state pse-
on Inspection force, Is at the Qrala

Be sure and go to the Air Dome to-
night. They will have something that
will make your heart glad.

Mr. L 'L. Home of York and Mr.
George Petteway of Lery, were bua-
Iess visitors in the city Z W .
Supt. j. H. lctum attosded the
elosing exMrctses of ie Ftlbom lp
school today, where four gradated.L
We hate porh screens, porch reck
mr.- and porch settee. Any kind want-
td. Mclver & MacKay. 4-10-tt
The cement walks around the gor"
erament building have bee coIplet-
td and four approaches to tme frout of
the building are being laid.

County Surveyor Mooroead is ur-
veying a tract of land west of Ken-
driek known an the olNd Ma B.arow
phbosphate mine. Next week he goes
to Salt Sprtns.
Mr. E. -P. Rents rises to inquktore
what has become of the eommitteme an-



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Lent. the special season set apart
for fNstfng penitence, and prayer, is
almost over and Easter day, the qI0en
of Christian feUtivals, will be the be-
ginning of a round' of gietes never
before equalled In Ocala.
We have never known before so
many pretty and vivacious visiting
girls and charming matrons as Ocala
has bad this spring and the past wti-
ter. They began to arrive early In the
season and are still coming. Parties
without number have been given for
them and social life has been ex-
tremely gny. Every kind of attention
ihaIs been shown and the thoroughldy
delightful manner In which they have
entered Into everything has added to
the great success of miy pleasant af-
fairs. The quietness during the lett-
en season will make theN Eater fee-
tlvitles doubly enjoyable.
On the afternoon of Easter Moenmday
the following teachers In the plsqo.
pal Sunday school, Mrs. Erastus Hop-
kins. Misses Bsther Weathers, Mets
Jewett, Edna Dealer, Ethel RoblaoUd
Annie Atklnson and Pauline SuIttlivan
will give their pupils j n astl r a
hunt on the beautiful Ocala golf nks,
* *
Tuesday afternoon at the Woman's
Club the Ladles' Aid Society and the
Young Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will have- a
"housekeepers' sale," to wbeh al
friends are Invited. On the ea. eft-
ernoon Mr. SBlmeoa T. S1stunk ha,'
Invited two dosen of her maed
friends to a "kitchen party," whleb
she will have at her lovely hone.

Wednesday afternoon Master IA-
Orange and Miss Virginia Satrunk
will entertain about sixty of -ther lit-
tie friends at an Easter party.

On Thursday two very lovely par-
ties will be given. one at the pblar
Woman's Club rooms given by Mm. T.
T. Munroe, at which whst ed dom
inoes will be played, and the- ether
will have Miss Mignon as hostess hi
the popular Miss Mcuftdr fron
Pennylvania as honors. Miss ix-
son has issued ee hundred and Aty
invltttions and her "at home" wl be
the largent event of the seaon.

friday afternoon at the Woman's
rlub rooms the club will meet at the
usual hour and will enjoy a benefili
afternoon, for the members all
ured by the president to ca ,pre-
pared to say something perta to
tducatlo. If nothing mere thea to
tell a Joke bearti on the subject.

Saturday afternoon at the bomp of
Mrs. Edward T. Helveasto the
Toung Ladles Card Club, which as
not met since Lent began, will b e@-
tertained. Each member Is antieipat-
Ing the afternoon to be opet wttk
Mrs. Helvenston.
C C'
The boys have a series of deNM-t
ful danees planned, wtch they I
give at lons's Na i amfblurdy aft-
ernoon fter m oralP coaneesd .& -
urdays. The e taiftanore dMa 'VI
be the mrans ot a great -deal o plea-
ure during the senses. -
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the Inaumenrabhle am lfnml he
parties to be given in BM
and evenlngs. TUeo ma -mmw
to give, at ana aiMe, %a v he
evening rceptli

YESTERW .v.b WMa T~t
-Mrs. C. C. Todd a M HHn

whieh the hIst-j asted by Mlies
Ble Todd. Mo bel l ert and Stells
Camp. pasd.

The early spring and the arrival of
summer's tempeaftmre has developed,
earlier thn usum, vacation plans, of
whioh some are definitely made and
others are air castle walting to be
materaised.L The following Uet is a
surmlse-eomplete and correct as far
a*! posfble-of Ocala people who win
spend the summer away.
Amg thosee who own or, ha e tak-
en cottages oan Lake Weir for the hot
months, are: Mr. J. M. Meffert and
eblidren. Mrs. Geeorfe MacKay and
children, Mrs. D. X. Melver and tam-
lty, Mrs. D W. Davs and children.
Mrs. L. Chaal ande hildre, most
o wvho winll so dwn he Ant of
June Mrs. 0. T. Oree aad am will
SMUU at Paytomn fteah Hotel, and
wil be Bed at fre" nt intervals by
Mr. Greea, whose recreatloi will be
iml. Mrs. W H. ocker win have
& cottae at eabrmess during be lat-
ter part of the summer. Mr. aid Mr.
W. Duval wi enjoy a visit to
KX, 'with m latives.
Mis leamor Crm wltm4eave tIn Jue
for Nheme.Ae N. C, to visit rolattves
nm october. M issi me a% MacKay
.evee shortly 1W AtSta where she
wNt v't ftleds at Widmtoa Sem-
Maiy after wleb she wll join bher
aete at AN W4tr. Min lien
ClkaroM wi vlel- rkUve Ia Mass-
aehustta, MIs Bettle Wray Mclver.
wbe tev l two W: WI! have a
series delIgbtftUl v It a Georgla.
xNoeth d imat Cmr- inm. fthe win
als atteInd no-eat ex-
etrceies of her at d mater at Red
.Brh ).* C. Mi-K Paulne S llvan
ha ea ntaplam a vislt to .]m Tar-
pian4a ,1!t am ad t.o her broth-
Or$- .Mr* AWuwkta ,orth Cars-
lIne. Mrs. JOnm Dol and daughter,
Mis Wdna, wf spend A unust In the
mwwtai. bear Asmevflle, N. C. Mrs.
W. J.m Bernem 6' tr. who have
bees with MrK A We since o waiter,
wiUl return to their howe lI AIAbama
i Jue0 a4 d .trs. I. K-. Dickso, w*o
has Abe e with Mrs. Philblps, win
keave ta ulwJ Anato, t. C. Ml
JINle DIB w1 be wtth relatfvea at
OreemvIfeh W. C. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Camp and Mr. ad Mrs. Clarence
Camp leave -d last of next week for
a two *eesltpluamee trip to New
York City. ft'ther plas have not
been made. Mrs. C. C. Todd and little
dauIBtr, I nexie. have planned a
*Ngbtkbl ,so6mra with rektlivq kI
Kefeky. Mrc. harss Mathews
leaves 10 May 51h ar OklahoMa
City. qkLma to visit her daughter. e.
0. & Toiiy. .Mr. and Mm tX .

Ua the M hlMRttateftei Mrs. H.
ce" ,ill stop -A Now-, Tk CiCy for
swihe beei Matteding the too6mrno-
-mmat a+ e at tala -Wllard
sehol, Tro N. T. at wich Mm in -
NW-s AbdWMI md Mlm Janet Weath-.
e Viln rbadmat. lW, AdWsmon and
dauaghiers win them e to their sum-
mer beae Oeo whoea oft Lake Mich-
igan. M. J, K. Atafn am- daugh-
tor. Mln "eem Amtla ad atotMA
usftuer Ia tBsia7 mad ser,
9a2M. M 4y W. SL hboek and W9
wm enjoy Weas2 Sprm 10 Mis
AMes so k -urn, deiSgHt.
.mmI tan thlte ad wfEt hbe at
W'A n tiae. aMr. C.

-i m Va msso" at ibaytona Hafth
3ft. M~er the hN a4 after
jV ~ Ml t-Xosit Borepe~. Mrs B

-Dra~ kB 'L C* ter J-r. B. A.

BadIer wlU visit her daughter. Mrs.
SSamuel Movers In Tamnp, wo has a
lovely new boae in Hyde Park. Quite
a number of houaIeparties will be giv-
en at Lake Weir by Ocala people and
thoee who own machines will be guests
over Sunday of friend who will stay
all aummier. several are planning to
akelihe trip f Seattle, Wash., while
others will so east. Mr. C. L Bittln-
ger. of the ~ar. may visit Qsfornia
to see Is a1stees at Riverside and a
nephew .at Los Angeles, and possibly
continue his journey to the Alaska-
Yukon 2xpoaltion at Seattle In July, to
meet with the National Editorial As-
sociation, to which he Is the Florida
conmmltteeo and in returnlnr stop
over at Gmand Junction. Colo., to visit
a niece. Just what the best part of
hb. family will do for the summer
tiUme will develop.
liev. Geo. Hrendree Harrison, Rector.
T:M ac. m Hdly Communion.
I* a. mL-Sunday school.
11 a. m.--toly communion and ser-
4.'3 p. m.-Chibldren's service .
Come and worship- with us.
The Catholics wfi. as usual, have a
beautiful d aster service, but the pro-
gram d 414ot reach the Star In time
for pulSNieat1W., as It was necessary to
elms the fer-s at moon.
MKis Jealn -a3. leader. Sub-
ject, "Comfi.ted by the Risen Savlor."
MVas. orchestra.
Responsive reading.
i* master Story" (John xx 11-n0.)
-ais Mary Bull., e.' esurreetlon Day--MIs
IInma Blakebd.
Leader's address.
Mlustbatloms and refetences.
Jandtiw. "A Triumphant Easter
s -s-'-MIm Louise Nixon.
Short talks on the lesson.
Duet, "Risen for Me"--Mrs. Taylor
Mrs. Johnson. /
S "and leue .benedIction.
Everyone Is cordially invited to at-
4safd. *
Rev. I. H. n-arriaon leaves Sunday
aNt frtm .arifn, Ga. where he will
j airnsiNTm and -George He-
dree ab boa Jr who are visiting
Mrs. fargSoa ;other, Mrs. Watt.

*aorxp Watford. colored, had an ex-
periln"e last nlXh t at he doe not
with re ted O him. WtWed has
bee working at Bustsd for some time
And tond home yesterday to visit
bIt family. In the evening at about S
o'clockl tIn eturning to his home be
tp .ed ta at eary Holland's res-
tarat iearA the city market for a
.4al which di be t and sded en
his wy asst distance, when te
wa* sesd from behind by two Or
otuie 1roee and Mll his money. IM,
taken, from h It being very dark,
be could Aot reeonise the men and
'0y ese&Oed. The police are on the
track of the perpetrators and exect to
d themI JaH Watford is an tn-
dustoas nnegro, well liked and hai
Ibeeo In the Vast i the employ of the
Covem e innsng ml. /

Under ao- ,y virtue of an execu-
tho frsued out of lad nder the seal

pointed by the Oala Board of Trade A pleasant party PW d se Mr..
t3 wee how anxious thne people of this and Mra. BI. & CoAe, MrEV. A. al ` -- &W
town are to have him bu his Mr. B9. 1 . ihad "l m-O: ski s/-r- AM
road. went down to the lae- tft f somOm
to spend Sunday w th f m b C
Mr. James Badger. a wel knoW"
cattle raiser of Berlin. spent yester- Spa~ldin's BAoNiN" OuldaW fo 0W !1
day In town. just In at the Ocala News Co. .[- -

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W lareEver Almin Cokc Utes S

This Is the kind that oent'wear out. '
It's servant-proof wear. j wb.i
It will not burn the food as easily as the old-tashioed ware, ad wI .. ^. -
never be Injured by careless hatudli ngt**
If you do your, own Work you a re-enttled to tpe best yei cam do.k x; Yft NNW*
nothing can equal "WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WA"RE. I addo.u
It is light, easily kept clean and perfectly sanitary-mover pettlae ak- ,-- -
ed lass in your food. / :'- -.,,
It is asbclentIe ware and the only kind you wi have .In-r s '
wlIn you know what It 1 do. 6 ''
Be sure and see them. If he don't call, drop a card to
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NE us3 As CAl,

Mesrs. Mayo and Rou. the extem-
vlye cantaloupe grower at Reddick
were In town today and Mr. Mayo re-
ported that on the 26th of March they
experIenced a cloud burst on his can-
taloupe farm of 140 acres and the rain
cane down in such torrents as to -b-
solutely wipe out 40 m acres of the field.
It tore not only gullles tiwongh the
fleld, but regular river channels ad
he believes that at the hbigt of the
storm N the vohtme of water was so
imamense that it Jumped a four-fot
wire fence. He never heard er saw
anything like It and doeit want to
see or experience another. In that
particular seetio they are halvt
more rain than they edre for and the
cantaloupe elds are waterlnggd.

The lawn social at the -Baptist
church last night was quite a success,
notwlthStandng the unfavorable eon-
ditlon of The churh It-
stead of the lawn was used by the
young-people. Rev. C. C. Carroll and
J, W. Aiken made h"qehtl ad-
dresses and Messrs. gates and Simp-
eo sang solos which were greatly en-
D. B. Borden of the Celery City. who
spent a few days In OcAlm leokhmg ov-
er the affairs of the Cobb Lean Co,
In which he is interested, returned
home today. He said Satford whipped
last week 113 cars of lettuce and good
prices were realized for It

Mr. Brigance returned last night
with three prisoners from Tampa and
four from Inverness, subjects for the
convict camps.

K. OF P. SPWGIL h* *
$et Monday b1 Ifth r' v wEi_
cellor will viskt~cba
the Corpus Christi r~k *".
,ec93'fl'nded by the Sri"dldg
Its l&asMsesi= &At Mhoi, I I DW l
members be eonheand A tho thstM- Olinis
portent fGse reeReft ~meW~ tvdP"ad.Allar
after mtelrtin. 4Wor 4ev at A1 1"

galT IoneGto OW6-466
waver & wacrayhw Jim' igb4U
*a a car o tdl~~i ~
vank"hed Ian, aa Ow w, amfise$6 "No~w, to
lesa baas, L ar Of MW Owleae-e~wa
several carloads t Jbur-111116; t

tiefr mPInhikdow'
Unao day SMAL";-
SUL *0s0p'm ue m -"~~
to Sift. The cfty St K"~sepn ~%*
two $oft -Th.ev lu t~
wera to reprseamt the hisoer- Qgo 4
seninag' ot the day. h
&Ha~ coul'b~uted $33k,06OW l. ItI -u
stand iseipesk" bted ugo5
hoomr a"d ditlc11Ft eerq e. III
who Save. Mr. IL.VL 3M ho mawl;
scvIbed 150 ci)
MM H. UW. Lefume ANw, LUIAO a
Bates of -Swhne CoIWW MbztIA

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The Seaboard Florida UnimiSted. So-d-6 Mma, Vtalbke haiW tm Sy
train, ooai.sting of Pullman Club Car, Obse0vati"n Car, wWe"riU ma.
Pullman Diing Car between Jesey City and St. Augmilne* I- r m xat -
Pullman Compartment Car between Jersey City and Palm aA yn. tye"I@ t aremeooy r
Beach. Pullman Drawih.ootu Sleepes between Jamey "T. "
City and Knights Key and Jersey City aad Miami Leave o Stm, s" mo
St. Augustine 12:15 p. m. and Jacksonvmlle 1:5 p m. daily n a rawe s abot *- di gt we
except Sunday. aihase ma"Mt toe tor w we
ieuwe.l ta *ruI t a baOdlag or
For full lnfornmateiosa mel a-bu 1n..mtm f n o my a gat Seabmi C arM asdf t agk that had been
or write to IL C. BOTTQ t. AIM._ Gw. Peaw 1 at=. -etive, ll. b G- Dy, a lmISmel race c nturie
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N O W I n a ~ W a "tm
Weodan a al all, ft WaL., art A"***__

out Ift o t umwaft in*a

vm about ft &drv* m wbinbe sidklto

pmukest at winawa dcfhe~r

WYm.Wit, t nmbosom-ft.his":

GEORGr A. NAISEIHI at "hm cwmfhI p
gut at fth. doeat. nt drfteyo
Ocala -=.T ie I aftme"
m GWc@Wafwemftuto mW t We@M
"."M a t 16 pftft but she
WUaW a w t' IyI glona" A d 't

KNiGjHT &LANG Tow ?'ule "AsM-mm~samu
LeadigVehicle ODealers ea1mftabt
ft"av mat owOW
Of Cental Floida&~'
~idud~kW~~ Cub k.mTo e the can TW
AU Wimm i ~:!Kf~f ~ "a r veer msean utoil.
sad~~~~b ft so j~ lr i phdolum W theyget a
ad =a A IB wa th dirSoyameek."
BaumK SloLIP Asks#WI~k% ad A t=-km ta*rLa. con tme imtywa~rr
by aWd~mb dft U We*W iel "Tw *t" buidng Puw te c-
carrie by a irukias bum tW It ftbu hepq bmift bwrowfng
On km IrM be dwkim, ad dm isft atbe wmy mw mm" p m bl ttogeyci.. am
Iwest ft -ow"bs ft me- t pt eudow.
loatprm 1600641sinhlpamadentaw-
Wecm savTellu. mumaJff pk'5, vi AyInea UM Ofa onebore
Wyre w sm@L f" LftftJM, M ft
*vab 1W mu I fef d bhs alh iida Wno a mfatheris be

Yity b~eaaItmIn e a hWhu
KNIGHT &LAkNG, t.. 2.tre
Mae S* de Smi s s s aftv*
Kna. U a mgthe pe die Iath a me-m
tymo$ dapemi or us to w

WHAT A BANK DOES af mJm bttk Wta

Thwereanemany wau hin which* It wmm Qthe ~ p
public. but the memsnow -most- valim01% Ppir. 48"mle. ip evpmUov &haxwy
haps isto hlp ith mL e w~~me &aemms up er. sd mi- be tuilat
nee&dbtofoonm~vaUve baorrrs"gt some at yew fttbw os make
de a imn'the.e v
NANi"e Me waf th ek"
The Munroe & Chambliss BankWm---Isbaf1WSfto
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G.eeg. .W.

TYo can't old as to your trends f
they have to do a .t the boldmg.
DoWervme of Oph e
"At a Chinese banquet eggX re.
served that were over 100 yeas old.
We they considered a deliccy r
"I asppon so."
"No accounting for tastes. At oar
boarding bohose we do not think muah
of them when they ar oer ten ywmI

Altheuh much maUler Is ib pay
Ta hise eemeasuee wa set.
A e o It R m ay till bema
ad asan Oqa mel ne In P
Tim eamb c abil lm Mt.
'Whats tihe matter with Jones
"AD swerved u1p."
Comderably soe on ne
"I smM smy be vas. He tbla
b mearter than his own baby."
TMI Pasaing e Mmal.
Marhe, the month of odaem.
cmes we na h t Craa d s
WhM s the y eensg rr*s aledn
Waft jst out oat reage.
WInter raMe bodly.
TaGth to leave IMo ew;
Then the mn malo kindly
W-ahenon l avese are mewA .
ofae man Im -eoet3e
Work aa bor or two-
tule as brow as leather
VivdM gM show thrClu
Mimk, the mouth et reot,
Rages day by day;
Then cme peace and gaaet-
winter -s away.

Thense plenty of ftem gat a itl
the world. Bume forth samd nae
ywr hare.
It emxusees a father who cou)Wt
do a thiag with his e4saghter to a
hmb and man he'r.
Women'doin't wat to bos their him-.
banda, but tho e arty love to h*
the mme act as f they did.

ice :

nmmgtoantlo hi
a sefU quality.
You have to
draw oa it
order to tell
mmeUstoes Mad
to believe other.

/ t/ Perhaps an ez-
cume sa eod
td n bti to be
stron enmosh
to dipeee with
Se is a better.
If they mut
choose, gr"ls
woulA mat3Mhe
*ton-hwobh then

Dem't bother about the bore; he tl
md to the com shoulder.
It s an rifht to be coaeltod, bUt
deat letU one ameoviet yoe f It.
I tt s had to maM a man belo
hbe Is vaT as It It to Imak hia of

And Aamthar Oft CO W m -S
Soo= be In Full SI
Philadelphia April 10.-te eMUthUeM
cite operate. and mir.a wbh hfe
been cont erring for me t l -
deavorins to reach am agremet as to
the wage am.e, in Pmmlahalr& Oeal
fields, tailed to reach an.agsm-t
President LeWim amd the 0s1
delegates n red to prwpm a. atm.
mont The operators bnmEa an d-
mata that If the aM i aM e M ast-at
work Tueeday a lote-ft wtl..
The mlaers asre expected at a- Sm
mdately to Praesdent Taft to tle
the trouble.
Death *of a BIg Ma *he bay Wl
Commy won
Washftgtcm. April Mt-Btbm Ali
Hitcheock, former secretary oa tde t
terlor underr PrMoeo.ts MKIlXus aMA
Rooevelt. died here yaesdy. Be
was aewmtr-tfour years t ag. .,X
death bas beena epOcted aHr s. Wi

later post card at M d *.

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when y" w via IM heI
The w&nIW~dm tkue.
whm y7w an w rve@Mig Is a
You ew omd tee.O C"
While thw are A Im- iboir@Defb
Yrmmsome aw on.. letwe b
And you an saving twenty cmfa
A day onyour esapplie
They swl mwthoo eth and tear tbd
And me thm wbo was whms
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S A rHAT. a Bmi, bey, e. sr
.aster when they're K
centa a doaen, and the cow
sick, too, so there's a milk
lo sell! I'm afraid wouldn'tt do. Ber-
nie. We'll come short on the ret If
we don't look out."
8o Berte said, All right then, mm
fule," and put his hands nto ble pock.
-to and tried to whistle while be went
.,ut to look at the cow. but his mouth
wouldn't packer Jst right. for he had
4uUo' d on thoee Easter es halt the
First thb-y meat to buy some hew
about New Tear's and have their own
Pgg. but his mother got the rbeuma-
tlem and missed several wasMbngs. so
they bed to give it up. Then he
thought of buying the eggs with a lit-
Ile of the milk money. but they had to
speal all that for coal till now. Jst
as the weather was gettlag warm so

they might have spared a little, Mooly
was alling, and there was nothing to
spare from.
Poor old Mooly! Bernie had watered
her and fed her sad milked her the
whole year, and be felt so sorry when
le saw her standing there, dumb and
quiet, not touching the sweet clover
hay he bad brought, that he forgot all
about master eggs.
He thought he would stir up some
bran and see If she wouldn't eat that.
*No he brought the water and measured
the bran Into the pall and then looked
for the clean, smooth paddle be used to
mix It. It was nowhere in sight. .
"Guess the rats have dragged It off
again," aMid Berale. "I must keep It In
the feed box after this." and be looked
under the manger and behind the door
and around the haystack.
"Why, where Is that peddler said
Berle,. and he climbed over a pile of
old lumber to look in the farthest cor-
ner behind a crippled wheelbarrow.
"Well. If I ever!" cried be. "What tn
this living world" and off came his
hat. and down he west on his hands
and knees in the dusty straw. "Two,
four, six, eight, ten." He counted them
into his hat. for there under the old
wheelbarrow was the cutest ben's nest
ever you saw, with ten eggs.
By the time Bernie had taken a good
leng look at that lovely hatful, think-
tig bow they would seem all bright-
ened up with gay colors and gilt stars
for Easter, It came over him that they
weren't his eggs, after all. They must
be Mrs. Bale's or maybe Mrs. Ora-
ham's. They both kept chickens that
often came Into this yard to scratch
In the straw.
So It was a rather sober little boy
that appeared In the kItchen ,0eon
after and said: "Just look at that,
moemue! Don't I wish they were
ours!m Can you spare me right now
to take 'em over to Mrs. BlaWe's?"
And when she had heard the whole
story his mother said: "Why, blesm
yur heart, Bernle. of course I can
epwore you. Take 'em right along rm
gid you knew that was the only way."
When Mrs. Bale received a caller
wih a etful of egg she looked very
mueeh pleased. She asked all about tt
and Jut where the nest was, and then
Bshe said. "It's very good of you to
bertg them over, Bernie, but bow do
I know whether they're tmine or Mrs.
"Too might divide, you know," said
"Why., so I can," said Mrs. Bale. "I
hadn't thought of that."
And she brought a little pall for
Bernie to put thi eggs t and didnt
so much as offer him one for his
Well, Easter Monday came, and
Mooly was better and at her ebay with
good relisUfh. Brne had made a new
paddle, and after he stirred the bran
hor her be thought agate of hiMs search
ftr the old one and of lndtg the
hem's net. 8so of come he elmbed
over th lumber, for the third or forth
time dtce Saturday. to se If other
e habed been laId.
h. myr he cried aa he Ipeeped un.
der the wheelbarrow. "Ok, my! Oh,
muamt,, mmmie do come ad loteh!"
A-d then without waitrig for her to
comm he cont- them Into i hat
setm, with al their bright e lo an
gst stars and tiy peetLes.


fiebsmtul7dw wicbm

'EV. Im The ge t oa elamu
whichMW samA eehecalledman vwin
tOIe. Meserd of the sexhume of tht




Nat wiel ft .Mw known I as It 1
amrlay b o tac Io 1000 B. C. Al
hat time t emperor o Chtia wa.
Chw, about the most crel rer ai. 1
tbilal eampn has ever had. Hi-
pr me IIater was IU Chung. a reaitl
god mia, who hited to the i.:
that i sutiem people could be pat i
1ed by inagurating a series of re
frms. The eret ruler became n h
eemme, ad, a he had an uploeasali
hablt af edeaf ed a few eads eachb
day, U ChuaM eeaduded that It was
about time for him to t~lak of getting
away to a plaea of safety. ver soMe
time he watched hs master. aad whet
be beesame colacned that the danger
point had been rmhelbd be asked for
a private sadleace. This was granted.
The good though crafty U Chaog in.
formed the eqaeror that be bad had a
vite to i which he was commanded by
the gods to make a secriflce oft 10U
sturdy young men and 1W0 beeoUtuJ
young women. But-and here was the<
unusual pordot o tihe demand of the
gods--t was require that the aUsacrce
be made Upon an Island far out In the
sea, to which the commander of the
expedition would be directed by super-
natural aid. It was further command-
ed that a period of elaborate feasting
should precede the secrlfces.
Th asuperstitlous emperor listened
carefully and was manifetly pleased.,
He was relieved to and that be could
so easily extricate himself from his
dl-cultles. The wily Li Chung doubt-
less noticed that his story was making'
an Impression and elaborated upon his
original Action ecotdlgly. At any
rate, LI Chug, as he had anticipated.,
was appointed to the command of the
fnest hip In the royal navy and was
charged with the Important duty of
seeing that the wtishes of the gods
won carried out to the letter.
Chuag selected the youag men and
women and loaded his vemel with the
choicest delicacies the kingdom afford-
ed. Among them were the Illies, which
were hghly esteemed as an article of
Of course CbuW's ship never came
beck: Insted but two moms mouths
afterward returned in a craft which
they had themselves built. They relat-
ed that the ship has been lost In a
storm and that all but themselves had
perished. This wasa action. L Chung
knew of the existence of the islands to
wMhib be had alunded, and It was there
that he had called after fo-Iambi the
younR men and womem that they were
not to be mertIAed, but were to Itre
peceably under his rule In a new Iad
where o ppmm should be unknown.
The Islands which UI Chung thu set-
tied now comprise the empire of Ja-
Owing to the difference In the ature
of the soll and the fact that the lily
was not cultivated as n China the I
plant Goon lest much of tts ouot and
gained correspoodngly above ground.
Ina time It lost Its valMe as an artilee
of diet. but It gained In beauty anad
was admtirt4gly spoken of by travelers
In Japan. Still It was not trV4nsp9ted
to the western hemlphee until 1878.
when an Amerleaa .named Harris In-
treduced It into Birmuda which Mc-
counts for Its seeimtle aame of LO-
utam arml whieh It still rstanit,
though It as more generally known as
the trumpet 10ly, Bermuda lay and
master lily because of Its exteeasve ee
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Save the trouble of making your garmets a

We arse wiWe

omem Amimt Custem.
In the old eeoutrl s ome of the em-
tome that hbve come down from gen-
eration to meratim resemble school-
boy fun more than re glous tfesvtlte.
In tbe northern countes of nagend GIVE
every woman mt is BM off her ffet
and kied by the mem, who parade'
te streets e oMculatory expedtios 1 O c l
bent The foowing day the woe mm
have their tde. mand the men pose
as unwilling victim,. -
How e a came to be enuech a feat
of Easter celebratsioms tSe amed to be
th.t. owig to Ut variety of food be-
teg banmd fro tmhe list ofe those
things whieh might bM eaten during
the fat days of [dat. a large stock
was usually left on hand when elaer
came to remove the trkte n. Their
accumulation of eggs bad to be OIw
pod of In som wy, and them bo
utweg many a to beenaten, the
urplu was gve to the chIe to
play with, and so aroms the eutom of
the pset d4a.
Tbe celdebrtOn ol egstea s uvesadut-
ed on a magnmicent scale wherever the
Christluan rlgM flourkhes. It is the
grmiest day of the year Ia Christen-
dom, grater even than Christm r
the re ctio of Crit of e W e h
moment to the church than hk birth W eha
or deathL. or what purpose would
Chrit have lvd and died had he mot
tso aga from the dead? e stock of 1
muksal iparams wm be rendered in
al the urchd and the a will be
oBnd with tihe aroma of flow The
most notable celebratlons abrod wmll j -
be that held In Exeter cathedral and C
that int ly cathedraL both tin ngtland.
On these two celebrations the thutch
St naulad spes anuamy o LOWart~
1ea1 0 cathtdral Is a magmnificentm c
tre bt In the tfra S a croe. It
was begun about the year 7T. Its

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tidou uas our buyer was very caref In
hi selection of these goods. One has to
see this line In order to appreciate the S. g
We haven't the space to begin to dlesrtbe
our Belta and "Coa, but -we w seWa that
in Fancyu Tmbrellas we can ave yoe
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(Maud B. Little.)
Easter lilies, bright and fair '
Shedding fragrance everywhere,
Tell your mission here I pray
On this gladsome Easter day!
Have you heard the story old, ft
How It often has been told
That we grew on Easter day %o Q
At the tomb where Jesus lay? r'
Emblem of the life He gave a
As we bloomed about His grave
Bursting into life anew,
As did then our Savior, too?-
See our petals pure and white, *
Help tu make the world more bright:
Shedding forth an Incense free e* **
As He did for you and for me! b

Two Dieoemn sym lt, of theI ,aseh
Anolwreary. ^^P s
Of late years there has been a mark-
ed and growing tendency On the part
of Bauster artists and confectlomen to '
substitute the rabbit or bare for the '
old familiar Easter gg as a symbol of
the Joyous Easter anniversary. In the
well remembered "not long ago" the
g hedd absolute and undisputed sway
the universal emblem of the rser-
section. Then the euo n tpensd," and
the fussy little chick added Its cunning
presence to confectioners' window dee-
orations. 8o far the connection be- 4
tween the symbol and the event wasm
so eMly understood that comment e .
questioning would have been etlrelty -
superfluous, but with the advent of the
11na tribe the complexity beeomes
too imbarmaslng for seUience, and one
b an Ious to have an answer to the
question, Why? The timid, dainty lt-
tie long eared rabbit In certainly cute
ad atteacve, but what has It to 6o
with Easter? No oe questiMons If
beauty or efectveess. but wheen1
I its ap"roprl-atene
In seklng an answer to this reaso- E IS
able toqry one fAndsa& easy clew Ia
the work of OCnee, Japa d u
Hindoo artists, who an agre aem-
cdating the hare wtth the moon. In
the minds of these autorUtes the
"man In the moon," with whom me Is
mo wel acquainted, Is not a man at all, adge was ihte,
but a hare, and It tIs found In studying w a ". Item. this blooming
the mytbology of these countries that of ai M -Y very odn- "
the hare and the moon are Identical Ita y- r ord y hap I
their .ymbology. the Chinese rpee. some would think-but not to Mad0e,
setinfg the moon as a hare pounding since **she had nursed the plant from
rke tIn a mortar. After estabfthing its very Intancy, you might sy, until
the connection between the hare and the things emed almost a part of her
themoontherestoey.forvery existence. And now, just two
days before uster Sunday she was
Is really a feetival of the moon., Its rewarded by seeng Itst beautiful blos-
date being fixed by the council of soms unfold In all their t1mwmu1lto
Nice tIn 8351 A. D. an the IMt Sunday purity.
after the first full moon foUllowitg the Two hours later, as Madge was
vernal equinox., hastening up thbstreet, hebr steps were
So, the moon being clearly related to arrested by the angry vo Easter and the hare being related, to a young boot-black "I my Tt, Nts
t o t h t-y a shame, It Is that we'uns can't have
the moon, the hare t clearly utedit, an' Tim that dek, too"
to participate In the Easter cheer. "Have whalmt boys? and who Is Tim?"
Of course this only opens the deer questioned Madge.
to a flood of eager queatlos wbshoe an- "Why. that 'ere aster lly, Mtss,"
swers are only to be found in duty, pointing to a blooming plant In a Ilo-
musty tomes of mythological lore, and riot's window opposite. "We'uns 'low-
the search Is too Involved and tiresome d as how we'wd all chip in aW' buy
to be Interesting. Just why the hare it f, Tim, our pard, .berm 'ws olek,
should have been adopted a the ym. but the old dufer won't oll It to us,
bol of the moon Is not easy to deter- don't pee s bow our mosey ain't at
mie atsfctriyashitoy n hi ua is any body's,"
tno isfor"C erta h. s "-inly It Is, boys," asesu'
point Is shrouded in the clouds of an- Mads, "don't worry though, perhaps
tiqulty and complicated by conflicting someoe will give Tim a lly."
testimony. One aeeount has It that "But we wanted the plant Itself."
Buddha once deslred to feed a hungry persisted Tim's staunch admirer, so'se
fellow creature and to do this took he could see It grow and M'ne bye git
the form of a hare. In this form he well."
was transferred to the moo., where he Mad-g was Interested, and glanclng
till remains a second time at the coveted lily she
Equally reliable is the account of noted that, with all It. beuty, It was
still Iferiot1 t to her owL Takig out
Indra's being at one time In a famih her mmorandum, she lnqplrsd "What
tug condition, when the hare, being an T iTm's address, boys?"
extremely sympathetic creature, was "His what, MISS?'
naturally heartbroken at such distress. "Why, his residence, the street and
Unable to relieve the great man's hun- number where e lUves." Obtalaing
get In any other way, the hare threw this, and aaeihf tahe 'lttlW uehhs
himself Into the fire and thw saved that she would not fWoget The, Madge
ladra from starvation. Out of grati- passed em, but mw too eia" be a tude for this sacrifce Indra tin the half -Uihle whisper,-
n~tL..^L. e"Bt )-o lfe slim doa tl iuk-vo
ferred the animal to the moon. er nevWe hdoe d,"

Many more recent sesf ror linking a w liSttle at thi, butI
the hae to the moon could be foMud, the words left a Impressiona eusi
as the fact of its carrying Its young a her to do a vast amount of thinking
lunar month, being nocturnal In Its within the zext hour. Her shopping
habits, Its young being born with their over, she turned aside tinto a marOw.
eyes open and the moon bet called neglected street andt. p20e0 bef I
the "open eyed" and a supenltlon the number Indeatod o hbe 4ard N she
that the hare changed Its sex annually, aI an MW0tk7 *AaI' ieI
the moon's sex being cbuad from cumb1 the r ckety seps A timid
M nneknock bdw2ub t to the d4aer a not too
sulne duri Its wai o dudyj;a---0 perom who answered to the
when it was called the lordd of ligtr" name of Mrm Bld, Tims WOther.
and conldered as the sitn of new Ufe, Madge % ek im do* ltUM at a
and feminine during the waning pe- glaisme, t"he ea s. t un-
rtod. cleanly appearance, and, last but not
Many other myths connect th h ete least, the emacated f1m of little
with the' moon and thu Indirectly Tim on the poor mae ft for a bed.
with Baster, but the delving .Into such- M s-BrhUh the"dalt romA
realms makes one long for e m teh e uMg o al saltdM oered It" 1
tangileW definite, exact and hitotrcal, itosee uto asIe Smt v r- sre
Its meowf mum. aM Is vUf SaM ryforI
something like the present, ii thenf S'M M but with Tm'I
power of the left hind foot of a grave- sicknew s, edine aW' the doctorS
yard rabbit killed at midnight In the bis, we've but little left."
dark of the moon by a croa eyed cl- Madge, seeing her opportunity,
eed gentleman to bring uncsing eerily maid. am sure, Mrs. Blac ,
good luck to Its poseesor. you wuM hae dMee better und I
To seek the reason for this wonder other He moimtamW having just
ful power on the part of the rabbWs heard tIo.mmtoll. of tyew so'
foot would again Involve one st t ow I -have eome O InquieIf I an
terminable mythology, so iudce ito be of anysMrvie to him or aYOS "
An' Its mesoif sure, a. thnk ye
say that In the old hieroglyphicAs ne I ne. mum. but Im's that
leg or hind quarter, called tle kbeph. weary he won't take no Interest in
typified the typhoon or personified evil. notbn'."-
To wear It signifies. naturally, the tril- Madge did not wuder. 'But Sun-
umph over evil. All the other coodi- day I. Easter. Mrs. Black. when thIngs
tions which are now necessary to en- take on new ife, 1s0e he wwll be
dow the talisman with power are later Interested," tMhe. A *'e o to lit"'
acretlons only strengthen g the erf.- tIe Tim's W bedsi reed the Is-
inal mythka signiiance idet of the mtin, adding, as
fant smile overhead his feature
om- .. *%-am" wo m &tae O a t0Ita



nourihment whl she had brought
"Its. the frt time he's chirked up a
hit *1ce he was took. mum, fer, ever
sinc-,ye left, sterda&7, he's been
axi 'bout that lily, what It was like,
where It come from, u anawonderin'
if ye'd come, sure enough."
"Would you like to know about the
ily Timr asked Madge.
"Deed I would that, Miss, can ye
tell It?"
"Yes, little man, If you will eat some
nourishment, and get stronger, I will
come to see you tomorrow afternoon
when I will tell you about It and per-
haps slag about It. too. You may ask
your little playmates In, If you wish."
The little face looked Its gratitude
as Madge bade him good-bye. She
haft sacriiced her choicest possession.
How often had she pictured her lily
as adoraning the chancel of the pretty
church where she was to sing on
Easter morning, and now, she had
gRen It away to almost obscurity-a
thing so beautiful, so life-lke and so
soulful! Think you she carried away
nothing In its stead? AI. into her
heart there stole a something, an in-
decrible peace which comes with the
a ousee of doing one's duty, with
the silent administration to others'
The Easter sun arose tn radiant
spendot'r, dwakening all-the slumber-
ing beauties of nature and retouching
anew every chord In her orchestra.
Bven the discordant notes of the little
sparrow seemed softened into har-
mony as they Joined the great chorus
ascending from the homes and hearts
In the ity:-
"The Lord Is risen, He lives again."
Graee church had its quota of wor-
ahIapem this master morning, Great
bunches of snowy lilies smiled to all a
welcome, and even In their very si-
loance seemed to testify of the resur-
reton. Sweet strains of music from
Me organ loft awakened glad remem-
brances oC Joseph's empty sepulchre
and a risen Christ. The minister bore
a new message of life, rekindled of
hope and Joy and then a perfect still-
SOs pevaded the whole building as
MdCe f sn her position among ad
the lster lovelts5, sang to a new
tune, the old famlar words of John
In the croms of Christ I glory.
Towering o'er the wrecks of time,
Al the iht of sacMred story
Gothers round His head sublime.
Never before had she, sung with
such tenderness, such feeling, and
such power! Never before had her
hearers bno so touched by a like rev-
eatlou. Particularly did it leave its
Impress on the mind and heart of a
strange young physician who had re-
cently begun his practice in this por-
tion of the city. Try as he could, he
could not eliminate the thought of the
singer or the song. Even If he never
met her again he knew his life would
evermore be p r -d better as a re-
sumlt of this Easter service.
Made was quite unprepared for the
change In the home of the Blacks
when she entered It that afternoon.
The walls had been swept, the win-
dows polished, and the dishes washed.
the head of the family had brushes
his hait d donned a clean collar in
homer of M t 4esslm. The little boot
black acquaintances of last Week were
present and Madge, recogn'xing the
reflnnig influence of some unseen
force, cheernly extended a greeting to
al, an especially happy on to Tim.
who sat M roed up in bed by two


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you N wdi on-m to b. Weim h houebok!hs
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morning. Verily, Easter had meant "/.... ... .*- ... --' ...
theenthinmaelmeto'o. THEUS ZACH Y

but to order hlm off for a change and A I-^ t AL ^n W ^ X .I~i"l1 .l, .L.
a rest, as M hdge ceased andI able l which I

i and the perplex" retuned Madoctor hur- ge,
but I must a te this afternoon. I :
you will come to my house on Thurs-
day bringing some of your young

Mafriends I wicallsing two and we will get bet- -
ter acquainted, too."

D r. Harrison (for Ityan, was toldne other
anthe doctor's plan wh eno was Tim's physician ) : '' "'
was wholly unprepared for the imn- -
provement in Tim's condition and his -

exclaironmednt, happily. en The allvery thing M o call you 'lily' since It was k
my brothorning. Ver and his iehad living out a through an Easter service that I first A ..

few miles would be very glad to have learned to love you, and through "the- A* *_ *." mM ifc
an awakening for them all! '7Really

there idea Just ask thing more door" you more and more; nowto-do. since you

butMadge was astounded, this time t he And Madge, looking up Into thehange and

hot blood her cheek, tor. earnest brown eyes-above her mur- _A *LJ LM .K-A 1' ^ LP m K
She would have pictured Tion 's physi- Could the overhanging bhraIcheis
can ras an elderly, fathscertain personage, have spoken they would have joinextd -'
visit," and the pedoctor, young, handsome, the birds and butterfles in one v
broad away.shouldered Dr. Harrison was umno rhaody. As it was. me- ..
simply dumbfounded for an instant withinks the angels, catching up the :'
upon meetingghbor, Mrs. Bryadg-not in was t old of recorded on high the blessed ,
the doctor's plantime, wheut In reality. Bryae- union of two harts and lives nto one.
cveringmed happily. The reryarked, good It was Easter mornUlilysing cegan Grace was
my brother and hiso are living out a through anwEaster service that I frt

fewho hamiles wosupplanted me Missvery glad to have learned to love you, and through

"*Turner," corre cted Madge. sing on this occasion, instead, she ap- | If H Tim and hiscured my patient, I am regardless peaed at the onclusion of a lily' that I learned to love

of my prescriptions?" vice, before the great array of Easter -: ".*'* J^ ^
the pldea jsur e I have expereced from theo- you m orak e and more; nowf thsine young .s ,

attempt" laughed Madge. .physician at her side. She. care I :.' \'c .'.' >''-fh(
M"Ye wamight just ast him yersel.d when Eamoster liliesemble tin her lily.and, which was I ts I
onmum, four y e 'the is here now," Interrupted purity and sacredness, I want you for
Mrs. Black. my lily." E

Madgeboot blacks astcompanded bythis time oth- but toAnd Madge i t mattered ..not h ie *i .. .. C ,

ers of their fraternity called as she within their pure wahe petals tr-- mur----11-"-Id'sls- fliML^-.---- ''^
had requested Queer little person- contained the secret of he life's dap- it U
agesn they. in the dainty parlor, but pines. .a b utter:f ,i esi

Madge treated them royally singing There was much interest among the 0 M r *
for them and then treating them to an membership in the union of two of a y
appetizing lunch. They had made their most devoted members, but -'"-.''1
some attempt at "primping," anid err that most noticeable, was the class of
they left their hostess, had promised boys which she had entered but one'
that they would join her Sunday short year ago. .You would not recog- ,,/
School class on the following Sunday nize them as the boot black acquaint- '
"Tell it not in Gath.* but Madge had ances of last Eastertide. siee now 1_
no such an institution! "'nsuccess- they all had responsible positions and *
fully had they urged her to that po- advantages for which they were truly '
sition, and now she would net only grateful, and whichI they appreciated S.
offer herself-but a class also! more than their young instructorT .,
It seemed unnecessary that Dr. would ever suspect tewdig
Hahrison should call to consult As tho soft tones of the wedding
Madge about Tim's departure to the march floated through the open door, 'i-
country, since Mrs. Bryan was attend- birds and blossoms took up the strain. .
ing to that, most admirably, but he blending it with the great universal ; "''-
did call, and what is more he ever chorus of the day: .- -
afterward attended Grace church with "
extreme regularity for juch a busy "Never was there morn like this ......
being as a city physician. Dawning of eternal blIss; t ,, 14.
But to return to Mrs. Black and As the light dispels the gloom I
Tim. The latter had recovered so See! the Easter lilies bloom.
rapidly and the former had been Flee away ye shades of night ( S C 'El
willing and so useful about the prem- Sweetly dawns the morning light. (I s o
ises that the family, who were loath There were Easter lilies blooming .10
to give them up, offered Mr. Black a by the door as Dr. Harrison led 1his
home on the farm with Just compen- I CCIBEIT t
station. This was accepted gladly by young wife up the steps of the pretty Flum. AtuCfIE l UU
home be had prepared for her. There 7- W..W
the man, since he knew. among the w beautiful elurtes of the sae ...^ "
pure environments of Nature he would -rb eauti c the rt as o he IsSed
be safe from the temptations which boowattelome ah e s is s- e
ho-r a joyous welcome. All about was .AL.I/
had weU nigh wrecked his happiness the fragrance of the EFater lily. But -.:-
for time and eternity.
Dr. H n, having a professional in their hearts there was a deeper N
call into this neighborhood, a few 9-#rtuie, a. a lasting no onto of "lhe
ma ht l u M Mission of An Easter iUly."

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K. of P. meet Monday night.
Easter duckies at Fishel's.

Elks m,-et Tuesday evening.

Enster egg dyes at Flabel's.

Od4 Fllows meet Tuesday nlghL

Bk. th. Easter novelties at Fishel'.
Euizles meet Wednesday evening.

EL ster :hickles at Fishers.
M..1on. meet Thursday evelng.
Easter p%0t cards at Fishel's.
Red M' n meet Thursday night.

Tumpa Evening Times on sale at
the e wala News Co.
PF>R ItENT-Six-room house near
Prelt yterian church. Apply to T. C.

Nrnnany' fine candles tf1sh every
week at the Postofflce Drugstore.
Si'ld4dn('s Baseball Guide for 1M
Just in at the Oeala News Co.
Prescri.tloMs filled accurately and
delivered by the Postofflee Drugstom

Miiud- You are a singular man. 'll
bet you'll never marry.
Jack-Ill take you.

WAXTED-Board in private family
by g'-Mthman, wife and four-year-old
child. Address, X. Y. Z, Star office.
Gerig's Linen Lawn, one pound and
two packs envelopes to match for &ifc.
at the Postoffice Drugstore.

In our prescription department, we
offer you both promptness and effic-
lency. The Court Pharmacy.
Have you seen the new visible Fay-
Sholes typewriter? I. C. Davis & 0o&
general agents.
Customer-Well! What's this?
Walter-An oyster stew.
Customer-Ah! an oyster. too?

R. C. Davis & Co, of Jacksovnille.
handle silk typewriter ribbons. 1Tc.
each: 87.50 por dozen.

Gerg's Linen pound and
two packs envelopes to match for 6Me.
at the Postoffce Drugstore.

Ducks! Duckst
Chickens! Chickens!
Flshel's! Fiherls!

'I wish to employ a governess for
my children."
"How did the last one we sent suit;
did she leave you?"
"No, she married me."

R. C. Davis & Co., of Jackscoavtll.
will sell any make of second-htad
typewriter upon easy terms if detre

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screened windows, city water. on
South 8"cond street. Apply to. Dr.
E. Van Hood.
We' hr-e a most exquisite line oft
fancy In-ported china lt many dif-
ferent pleees. The Anti-Monopoly

"It is the duty of every man and
woman t ) be married at the ace of
22," said the lecturer.
"Well." said the woman of 30. with
some as er4ty. "you needn't tell me
that. Talk to the men."
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Bride (In upper berth)-Dartllg!
Groom (In lower berth)-Yes, pre-
Bride-I have found something rve
been looking for ever since my six-
teenth birthday.
Groom-What's that, darling?
Bride-A man under my bed.

Iligam aJMl a.

The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will give a Japanese
tea at the home of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger
on Tuesday afternoon. April 20th.
from 4 to I.
"I am surprised that he preferred
Laura to Emily. Emily has a lovely
"Te. and Laura has "a lovely bal-
ance In the bank."

During the spring everyone would
be benefited by taking Poes Kid-
ney Remedy. It turalshea a needed
tooni to the kidneys after the extra
strain of winter, and It purlies the
blood by stimulating the kidneys, and
causing them to eliminate the Impuri-
ties from It. Foey's KMey Remedy
*Imparts new life' and vigor. Pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
"Say, grandpa, make a noise like a
frog." coaxed little Tommy.
"What for. my son?"
"Why, papa says that when you
croak we'll get s,00."

You should not delay under any
circumstances toIn cases of kidney and
bladder trouble. You should take
somethbag promptly that you know Is
reliable, somthtng like DeWitt's Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills. They are un-
equaled for weak back, backache, In-
flammation of the bladder, rheumatic
pains, etc. When you ask for De-
Wltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills, be
sure you get them. They are anti-
septic. Accept no substitutes; insist
upon getting the right kind. Sold by
all dru sts.
"Women's minds are much cleaner
than men's." remarked Mrs. Oliver
"They ought to be." replied her
husband; "they change them so much

Mr. F. 0. Fritts, of Oneonta. N. TY
writes: "My little gul was greatly
benefited by taking Foley's Ortno
Laxltive an& I thik It Is the best
remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foley's Orino Laxltive Is
best for women and children, as It Is
mild, pleasant and effective, and is a
splendid spring medicine, as It
cleanses the system and clears the
complexion. Sold by all druggists.

Pare-She Isn't in. sir.
Caller-Come, tell me the truth and
rll give you a dollar. Is she In?"
Page-You should have spoken be-
fore, sir. She gave me 50 cents to
say she was out, and I can't be a

DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
bet known pills and the best pills
made. are easy to take and act gently
and are certain. Sold and recom-
mended by all druggists.

l"How cold does it get up In
"No way of tellin'." said the re-
turned prospector. "Mercury freemse."
"But you haV spirit theLrmometerA."
"No good. The natives drink the
spirit out of them."

People pet md Id la usunay hae
soae kidney or sdhr disederd that
Ape the vitality, which is aturally
a dM ace. Poly's Kidaey
earreet a rt-ary tromblm.
stimulates the kiddsy sand Testres
strength and vigor. It ureas uric acdd
troubles by strenthenlang the kidneys
so they will strain out the urie aid
that settles in the muscles and Jolats
causing rheumatism. Sold by al

"You are wstlag your time. old
man." said Fred to Georga. "You are
eorting the wrong agrl.'*
"No. she's the right girl. rm afraid
the trouble is Im the wrong man."

ChMren especially like Kenncmedy's
Laxtive Cough Syrup, as It "tastes
nearly a 4eod as maple ugr. It not
only hea irritatiUm and. allays In-
B tmuo thereby stopping the
emmh. but It alm moves the bowels
taly and In that way drIves the
eOl fo the system. It contaias no
Omta goaild by all druzaita.



Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D.. Pastor.
1. a. m.-Morning service.
Anthem, "Hosanna to the S.n of
Sermon, "Christ's Resurrection."
Anthem. "Christ is Risen"-Ira B.
T:30 p. m.-Evening services.
Anthem, "Lift up Voices"-J. S

W. H. Coleman, Minister

10 a. m.-Sunday school.
3 p. m.-J-funior C'. E.
II a. m.-Morning service.
Bermon. "Th#. Resurrection
Christ and the Glory of Man."
Mrs. Sarah Whitfeld Winston
sing a special solo.
7.30 p. m.-Instead of sermon
Sunday school will render the
tata. "The Message of the Lilies.
Everybody welcome.



R. H. Barnett. Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.
Preachmng, 11 a. m.
Junior League. 2:30 p. m.
Senior Leassue, :30 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
A cordial Invitation extended to alt
to unite with Us in worshiping the
Lordt for a risen Saviour.
Junier League Easter Servies
Meets at 2:30. Subject, "Seed Plant-
Inl." Leader. Marie Burnett. Every
one cordially invited to attend.
Song. "My Faith Looks up to Thee."
Scripture reading, Mat. xill-3-9.
Blackboard illustrations on seed
pWanting by Susie Ervin.
Song. "Bringing in the Sheaves."
Reading. "'Easter .Lilies"-Haxel
Paper. "Palm Sunday"-Dexter
Object lesson on the Easter lily.
Song, "Precious Golden Grain."
"An Easter Beginning"-A boy'v
Duet with chorus, "Hallelujah for
tMe Cross."
"Nelle's Garden"-A girl's story.
Song, "In the Cross of Christ I


The Choir.
Soprano, Miss Tolmle, Mrs. Mc-
Kean. Mrs. Culbreath; altos, Mrs.
Golb, Miss Mary Gates. tenors, Mr.
SImpeon. Mr. Gates; baritone. Mr.
Hall; bass. Mr. Nash. organist, Mrs.
Morning Service

Scripture reading.
Anthem. "Christ Our Passover"-
Morning sermon, "Christian Citizen-
Evening Service
Scripture reading.
Duet. "In the Cross of Christ I
Glory"-(Howe)-Miss Inez Tolmie
and Mr. Hall.
lEening sermon." The Resurrection
and the Life."
Solo, "I Know That My Redeemer
LIveth"-(Handel)-Miss Ines Tolmle.
B. Y. P. U. Temperance Meeting.
Harry 0. Cole, leader.
Prayer by Mr. J. W. Akin.
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Kaaripure reaa ng Dy leaner.
*Talk by Mr. H. C. Packham.
Reading by Miss Evelyn Pelot.
Talk by Mrs. E. Van Hood
Solo. "That Ribbon White"-Frank

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MESSAGE OF THE LILIES each of which there are toeer beds.
-- Messrs. Mclver & MaeKay hl isad
An Easter Cantata at the Christian the bed on Thursday. The letter
Church which accolmkied it bore bths In-
Song by the children. "From the Oeala Junior lagae to
Prayer by the minister, our Crphanage at aEterprise, Fl.,
Song by the children. Easter. 19M.
Queen of the Lilies-Nellie Beek- "Thou shalt take thy rest I safety,
ham. also thou- shalt lie down Lad A- a.
Princesses-Joy. Loureen Spencer; shall make thee ati.l Job :18-1S."
Duty and Goodness. Ruby Cappleman The Juniors had a genuloe eogg ro*
and Theo Deckham. Ing this afternoon at the golf lthks.
Duet by Duty and Goodness. Bides were chosen as Is dome each
Princesses-Self Forgetfulness and year at the White Hosme. and the
Kindness. Lois Dame and Winona game. although a new .one hare, was
Weatherbee. much enjoyed. Miss Florence Wait-
Song. era, the superintendent, and Mrs. M.
Princess Sacrifice. Louise Spencer. M. Little served egg saadwlceL,
Solo and chorus. ,Take Your Cross pickles. cake and lemonade at the
and Follow Me," Floyd Coleman and conclusion of the ame and the Jun-
Princesses. lors all expressed themselves as high-
Song and exercises, "Little Lilies" ly delighted with their outitag
Virginia' Be'kham. Elfsabeth Weath-
erbee. Theo. Beckham. Ruby (Capple- AIL
man. Loureen and Louise Spencer. HAIL. EATR MORW
Song. "Sons of Soil," Lawrence and "
Julian Friermouth, Floyd and Carl Bathed n le born or heaven,
Coleman, James, Bob and Hugh Easter sates swing. Oes ide
Chace. As the King of Glory eaters-
Address by Lawrence Flermouth. JESUB7-lately cr-.:.led:
Address by Myrtle Whitfield. Now be Uve "
Talk by minister. We hall W I .e.
Hymnering. Not with human Ilmitations,
Benedicton. Comes the Victor hem the grave
Benedition. But as Priest and Lord eternal,
H. alone has power to sav;
JUNIOR LEAGUE NOTES He ao e lives to
The Juniors held a very interesting We shall lve.
and profitable Bible meeting lsWt Every Easter is a promise
Sabbath., There were Bible readings. And a prophecy fulfMed,
Bible enigmas, Bible references and Making thus a sure faundatiem
Bible acrostic. Sue Feaster Moore Where our faith may rminlfo ld;
presided. Ofnce he live.
The services for tomorrow will be We shall ive.
an Easter subject on "Seed Planting,"
led by Marie Burnett. A splendid pro- When time's meassu shau have
gram has been provided and everyone ended
Is cordially invited. And the earthly Eastern c e. -
The Junior Easter offering this year We shall know Its fullest m aaing
was a bed. furnished complete, for the "Kept by Hima n Perftet Peae;"
orphanage at Enterprise. It will b? Where he lives
placed In one of the boy's rooms, In We shall live.
Ocala, Fla., April 7, 1909.

FOR SALE-Oran grove at South
Lake Weir, now In full aolom. YT r
choice t a S 8 or 1-aine grove it a
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*Tihtemt vesumf of {UelF MWf einst-
egM But sucb things leare abiding
*.inemori in men's souls, and Courte-
may bad heard bow twenty-seven sur-
vivors out of a muster roll of thirty
rwho arin.m- t emm 44n wrck hadi haben

Rumor -m Philosophy
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Probably men are so tactleis where
women are concerned became t
feel that they don't have to be taetfuL

V Wf I shot down by Indians ambushled in the -
5Ek m 9 forest Elsie was listening to the con- People who are really fond of mae
versation, so the captain did not carry are certainly paying for their sins t
I9 1 it further, contenting himself with thethis phonographic, ragtime age.
re mrk:
"That will be useful If we are corn- Being sorry for yourself doesn't -
pelled to go ashore. You will have list any one else's sympathy nor help
Ts mome acquaintance with the ways of to pay the debts.
E ouzhhosts." "
STollemache, having nothing to say, After a man has been married ix
Pwasa not given to the use of unneces- months he doesn't know but be ba
s ry words. Elsie was conscious of a been married all his life.
5t P iX an o certain constraint in their talk.
E"Pleas don't lmid me." she said .rr People who are
quietly. "l'know all about the loss of -- ---." ,. ,_ bound to talk all
Is a Symbol of mucal culture. the Emu. If we fall Into the hands of the time ought to
the Alaculof tribe we shall be not only C0 tii fend for them-
c1Y m uan estimate, -ith r -so iafle killea enshallbe.-o selves by hitch-
Y a usuay estiat rcso e |.Each of the men admired her cool- I ng their jaws to
accuracy, the intellectual aspirations in a home ness but Tollemache, who bad been the motor end of
by the o foo" in lthe ar y. quietly -crtinhing the nearer hills, somebody's pay-
bytme class olbooks mnthelibrary. ^ ^ bi ., ^K j rol
gave painful emphasis to thls grew-roll.
some topic by exclaiming: "
4 An EVERETT in the music-r.-om d-- "There they are now-smoke sig- A inan can't find a thing where be
r | i t ho nals" thinks he left it last summer or some
notes muscal culture throughout the home. Sure enough, thin columns of smoke other time, definiteness of date not be.
were rising from several points on the! ing material, but the pertinent point
SThe rter sum necessary in the urclase landL It could not be doubted that being why it isn't where he thinks he
ST greater sum necessary these were caused by human agency.' put it. .
of an EVERETT does not cor.nitutc a They were not visible when the party -
l expense accountt it is an additional sat down to b'eakfast. The appear- When a woman Is a good cook she
larger expenseance of the alip was their obvious ex-soon makes herself necessary to her
nveetm-t in a finefr and more valuable prop- planatlon, but not a canoe or a soli- husband-but. then, so does his grocer.
y. The greater durability of an EVERETT tary figure could be seen, though Cour-
1 gtenay and others at various time dnr- The man who gives good advice
and the more perfect achievements resulting Ing the day searched every part of the doesn't really knowIt Is good or he
m .neighboring shore with field glasses would be following It himself and o'
= mis use are the dividends you receive on and powerful telescopes. hare no time to be in the advising
Sdded vestment After an all too brief burst of sun- business.
a" investment. shine the Land of Storms again justi-
__fl____ed Its name. Giant clouds came roll- Trying to cheer up a man nature
IngInf rodTryingdtotcheerup a m natal
,- 1 ug In from seaward; the mojntalns given to worry is about as gratifying
M musical nstrum ents Sold were lost tIn mist; -the glaciers became ian operation as trying to sweep back
M u ica^ I tu m en s So ld, ^ sullen, rock strew masses of white the sad sea waves.
on a V Paym ents at brown ice; the fresh greenery of the -
onA ZJ&y "7&AA1dAforests faded Into somber belts of When a man would rather work than
Factory P'rices blackness. Though it was high sum- marry a rich girl she certainly must
metr in this desolate region, heavy be a hard propositon.
OM PANY showers of hall and sleet alternated' -
A R HARPER PIANO MPANY reng rain. At low ater. The Strnuous Life.
R. *miPl PIANO C M A Y I though the Kansas floated securely in Something doing, I should say.
Nth Ma l Stree apo M e & a depth of twenty fathoms, a yellow Every minute of the day.
North Magnolia Streta Opposite Mcver & M.cKsy current sweeping past her starboard If you want to come In strong
Like the hero of the song
...................... .... ,--__. quarter showed how accurately Courte- And to loudly ring the gong.
nay had read the tokens of the inlet. That's the way.
HE K AR Many swollen torrent and perhaps Up ad at 'em like a shot
Hi m lone or two fair sized streams at the And be Johnny on the spot
H 1 u | U 1 S Nhead of the b^y con* -;huted this flood Like a hero push your game
HO E B KA SE of fresh water. On to victory and wAh
And thereby you'll win. the sm
To Elsie and the doctor were in- And he o wa t he m
I1 North Magnolia tree t, Telephone No. 297. trusted the daylight watch on deck and
the care of the sick. For the latter Every moment you must tax
With some hard and telling whacks
t M P e e h i there was not much to be done. The As a drummerItntheband.
t iai Pried H otel co t C ity. cook undertook to feed them, and Pound away, your work expand
Frascuelo, the wounded stevedore who With a hammer in your hand
had been discovered in a state of col- Or an ax.
Table is always supplied with the hest tile market affords. oon revived and was practical- Sitting round will never bring
ly able to look after himself. The To you any blessed thing
Skilled cooking, careful attelltionl to the wants of the guests. others, In an easy rocking chalr
0" ,others, under Walkers directions, wire Splendid castles In the air
Good rooms and comfortable beds. hard at work In the engine room and You may build with maldens ar
by_ W e or M stokehold, for there alone lay the On a string.
Special Rates Week o Mo th chance of ultimate escape. Action. action, that's the trick,
.... ..The two sentinels conversed but Ht- Something doing that wil WsUek.
MRS. ROBERT KAISEIR, PRIOPRIETIESS, OCA. A. tle. The outer war of the elements It's the way to win success.
_________________ was disturbing, and Christobal, thouglih Fame and fortune, nothing less,
unfailingly optimistic in bhis speech. By the lightning through exp
was nevertheless a prey to dark fore- _____u
bodings. Elsie, worn out by the strain Peace Measuri.
of the preceding twenty-four hours r- o-,
W om an eay "_o w_* T^ jand notwithstanding her brief sleep -, "it ,,
In the morning thoroughly exhausted t 0. .-
for want of rest, was persuaded to re- .' -J
Wonians Beauty aIs flydrse. oeowi a
tire early to her cabin. She lay down
o .,, !almost fully dressed. Somehow It was *%,W .1TO *
Some women remain their beauty to an advanced impossible to think of a state of n LE T
agP. But women, who regularly endure pain, age preparedness for any emergency.
pidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on She was soon sound asleep.
fvawoke with a start, with all her nerves
ui .w %S -a-quiver. Joey was tearing along the
*Nearly all women suffer more or leSs with some deck, barns furiously, she heard
form of female trouble. It should not be" neglected, two men run past her door with
,lvoid the pain-treat yourself at home by ta breaking pause, there was some shoot- / ^a toomh t
O idui, as thousands of other women hatve done.B in. Some one-.he thought it wasrt
Begin at once and give Cardui a fair taiaL. cooWtenay-roared down the salon coi-
J f~n^ *B --|^ --*^ 1 m 1 | "On deck, all hands, to repel bouircl- ^ ^ ^ ^ i^^^t
With a confused rush, men mounted "I understand they don't get aloog
the stairs and raced forward. She together."
*___ ___ H --- *kne w that nearly all of those not on 'They are quarreling lea Dow.s
watch were sleeping with the injured "Maybe he is trying patienee."
men in the salon, and now she under- "No; alst treatment."
stood the reason. The ship was being
3 attacked by Indians and not altogether Solved.
*It w m Hl You unexpectedly. The savages had stolen "why is a hen?" asked e amatCW
alongside in their canoes under the comedian who sat at one end of tih
Ir.. Kttie Burlison, Goreville, IlL, tried (,ardui and writes: cloak of uight Perhaps they were al- table and felt that it was W to hbim to
suffered with female troubles, and was so sick I could not stand ready on board in overwhelmIug numn- start something.
m my feet. Finally I began to take Cardui, and soon began to bers. Poor girl! She murmured a pray- "If you mean the one we had
-k 1er while she hurriedly drew on her dinner," replied the chronic dyspe
memad. Now am able to do all my housework and am in much *nii niutop at the other end, "I should a so the

WI b" than I was before. Try it. There seemed to be no end to the dentist could have work."
|AT ATI DRUG STOREZSf I evils which assailed the Kansas, and --
she dreaded this new terror more than oa gratolatlow l
the mad fury of the seas. But if the "You are engaged to Charley, I
men were fighting for their lives and hear."
............. _hers she must help too. That was "Yes." replied the blushing damsel.
clear. She had a weapon, a loaded re- "He proposed to me just last night."
volver. which she had picked up from "I suppose you felt that you must
Te V a u o Gd beneath a boat's tarpaulin lying on accept him. The bright men are not
| i /a 1 o f< ( o ^the spar deck. She opened her door proposing, I hear, during the hard
SV o f O andO pecred out. She could not see tU s"
any one, and the rattle of a hailstorm
S t e overhead effectually dulled any other He Knew.
noise. But several shots fired again "n wish I could understand wo=m "
g s io n In the fore part of the ship were audl- "What for?
ble above the din of the pelting hail. "What for? The -ptlftaf-ton of It,
So she ran that way. with the fine of course."
I y to fi gure if you know what your stomach courage of one who fears, yet goes on. "But they would deny tt and make
bi wrth Kodol keqm. the stomach atvalued her eyes pierced.the shadows with you think It wasn't so anyway."
par a tense despair in them. for what
by musing good digestion. Kodol cures Dyspepsia. could so few men do against the un- Itll Serve.
Seen watchers who sent up the thirty- "I wish I knew a good way to s M
IKodol I rM good digestion by to special effort by "tonics" and four smoke columns she bad counted? time."
absolutly duplicating Nature's stimulantss" doesn't cure anything, "irn tell you one way."
normal prece In perfectly digest- or accomplish any- good. Neither (Continued Next Saturday.) What Is It...

Dr. Pieree s.a
Is -i "oxe-ali" humbug, but is made forjit cure the weaknesses, pmful disorders and S
womanly organioL It is ,

7sH ON E EEE W these a:fmae*. -
Aby d twists, deWised and .a!tea uP -- ^
regularly rawdwated physicIan 1f vf~fl^ ^ ^ ^
maBce O tRatig woe woaes pec, ia dl
and 7Is carefully adapted to wor is I*'
withr her det e aoteranfati n^ by ae epm.
ieneed and skilled specialistin m aladI .m ".
TMEi g REMEDY dfot r woneAst otail _
,o41 by dmaWsts, which contains oaftsrl ,
celo (wrthiA to maost women is the it -l ---
ptisma) or other stonuri n w orhmeitf ta'bj

Te E ONE REMEDYt for women, the c .enta
perfect wand good that t1n makers are at atig. i,,
A every t rediemat, in plain English ORn its ...i .
and a.tet the correctness of the same a ter
Its users Into their fall confi4enrces and a Mi F I
In prescribing it in their worst eases, which they
It is foolish as well as dangerous to take medicine their Ai m
nothing. Therefore, don't let a dishonest druggist prevail on yom
ruIw for this professionally approved medicine oP KNOWN COiawosrnc~'.
ent in its make-up has the strongest endorsement of the I B ir
several schools of practice. Send postal card request for.e Bookt
Every woman may write fully and confidentially to Dr. i. V P
and may be sure that her case will receive careful, consrinctiow,
tion, and that the best medical advice in the world will be give oo h
In addition to this free advice., Dr. Fierce will end a fane
of his great 1000-page book, "The Common Sense Medical Advie''19
will send 31 one-cent stamps topay the cost of mailing -y.-
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, lver l .1
work in harmony with "Favorite Prescription" when needed as aI
coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy. J''-.

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We are Showing this Spring as Handsome a Line of Dress Goods and Ladie'
Ready-to-Wear Goods, as has Ever been Brought to this Market





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Spring and Summer Goods at


The Popular Department Store of H. B. Masters Company is offering their
customers the Best and Latest Line of Spring and Summer Goods in all de
ments that can be found in the county. This page will give you an idea of the
new goods. You are cordially invited to call and look over the splendid stock.













Our new line of Straw and Panama Hats is
Spring and Summer, Light Weight Suits, extra
Coats and Pants, White and Fancy Vests, Etc.
Our Clothing is the latest in colorings, finish
and designs.
Large line of Boys Suits and Extria Pants.
The Latest Styles in Neckwear, Collars and
Cuffs, Belts, Siimmer-weight Underwear and Knee
Drawers. A very stylish line of Shirts of all kinds.
Largest and best line of Trunks and Traveling
Bags in the city.

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If you are not now doing Sji
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a wearer of our celebrated
line of Edwin Clapp and1
Crosby fine shoes for men; Jf
Drew-Selby line of high jSS
grade shoes for Ladies; R. .
T. Woods shoes for Misses "
and Children. We have a pretty line of Tans, Ox Bloods, Ph

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The ladies are cordially invited to call and see
the new goods in this department. We have late
stylish goods arriving every day. Just now, some
of the newest things we wish to call your atten-
tion to is the Pretty Pongee Silks in all shades;
Maxine Silks in all of the popular shades; Embroi-
dered Swiss in white and colors; Linen Finish In-
dian Head in all shades; Linen Cambric and
Handkerchief Linen; Heavy Dress Linens and-
Lingerie Cloth. New Styles in Belts, Neckwear,,
Gloves, Etc. A very complete line of Newest'
shapes in Corsets, Summer Vests and a full line
of Muslin Underwear.






We have a
Complete Line







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