Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 05 22, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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: VID03174
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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Volume 14. No. L.


OCALA. FlORIDA, SATURDAY. MAY I.


OFALLTHE FOOEDOS B *" m' SPECIAL SIX DAYS SALE am'
FOR SUMMER FOODS* *~ oWAoh,. ...to... W. ONLe' K a O. 11119116
Wheat Hearts has the lead. My 1 t1he P1 0 P olo
It does not heat the blood. curiaims. May n.-wh uthe ma- F(I s ( is Tnra .>)
In sealed tins for 20c. In ftrom chroau orway. -- --
tdy of the new motor ship Arctic. itt tase Uctearhdor. e
MIL.KOW is a powder the Sat msve has been made by Wal-- ba the aatftT -awa
mad( ,of pi skinned milk-, ter wn for another Attm t at a iot mawe v41 Two b i.
"dash" to the north pole in a dt4"gible drad yards away fom to swp Cowr-,
15c, two fr 2'. balloon. The lr wb f" s -waATs- sa To nes m e mwes C. sL
TRU-MILK is made of un- for Dams Is.an, h S. p ber, d asa a" ime w.o as-
skimmed milk, 15c, two for uth w Unan etlo tdn" n a 'o ft aeam f 4t of 3d .iterIa m *.
25c, in tins. Try a tin; you es a rw of a d ,en -. the Arzee e. Te. rafn t onma us -
will like it carrI a soe of r w and me- the water. e lts only e io t-
chanics and all the gas plant and sup- [I IW 2khU -- i .. .*N I..
We have a full line of pure ply to be estaMshed on the bleak
and barren coast of Spitaenbergen.
Spices. just in. all fresh. The Chicago newspaper w Be Mo ay May 24t C M M E R
dasbing expeditlems, whieh expedited -1 0 -
O. K. GROCERY ""'" "tbe'ewss. has tired of End Saturday 29th
CLARK BROTHERS und Mr "M.an ar Wm.a- New and Choice Designs and Great-I -.
PROPRIETORS supplied by Americans who believe .
Two Phomes 174. Ocala Fla.that the project I feasible and are est Values we Have Ever Shown Til l
backing the former Journalist with all
the necessary money. d l 4AA A1
The balloon will start from Danes At* t1e th
R. D. FULLER, hs land,,. Sp tzenber. II^, UWAKo *taSe.10 0 Ya m
DE AL SU,-R N airship will be the "America," which f *C lIf .
DENTAL SURGEON had a trial I a voyage of about twen.- EBROIlDEIES AS FOLLOUWS:
ty miles at Spltsenbergen a year ago We soct & ai ,a
Efl-e (ver Munroe & Chanmblis last September. Lot NO. I At 4 3-4 cents.. Worth 7 to 8 centa
Bank. The owners havr turned over to Mr.
OCAI.A. - FLORIDA Wellman. free of charge. the airship.% 6 6 12 8
TERMS. CASH. plant. build and machinery of Mr.r " 10 18 "
Wellman's former enterprise. The
Amca te second largest airship " 4 410 " 14 1 -
J. E. CH HACE being about three-eMthe the ine of the I
J. E. CHAC E Zeppeu. It has a Itug capasety of 5 12 1-2 " 16 18 s
DENTAL fURtGECN "bAmerica able to start next "
Auguit upon her voyage of 79 miles 7 18 25 27 "
Rooms 9. 10 and 11. through the air to the pole. she will
Second Floor, iHolder Block, carry a crew of th me,. ** 8 20 " 30 2 "
OCALA, FLORIDA pounds of gasoline for the 8 23iengines,
OCALA, FLORIDA food a year, sledges, dogs, M. " 9 22 1-2 a5 87* i iiu
TERMS, CASH. hosts and all the requalsites of an ex- 10 25 88 h 40
TEM- pAlortng party. A member of the crew
will be Chief Enginewr Vanalman, a. " i i 45 t -
L. F. BLALOCK American, who was ea of the 130
ship's engines during her trial voyage " 12t 35 " 55 0 M .. .. .,
Sureogain 1907. The third e.berMenot4
Dental Surgeon .n. tse d 18 6 5 70 s M- --.u M .A n daI u
e r rak" 1 4 "55 75 85 ac" 1". --.,The ldo aus is
Phone. Thisl to cer at all drggsts " 15 T70" 90 ,00 her* M-*9 l Isthe -.
hon2a.are authorized to reftud your mane 1 0" $1.25ClwW, e soth*
oace hours: to a. 1 to if eyse and Tar s to 16 "80 $1.25 '".$1.35 estre. t tly. d whm Cout
5 ,. m. your cough or ooLM. It stop the ay routed to a "lor to hadal to the
TERMS., CASH. cogh, hbeals the angs and prevents --toack of the he bo augh trumpet-
pneumonia M Ucnsumption. Con- alkfl that recalledithe seemInthe
S talas s opi rates. The gene sIne will offer during this Sale over salem when he ba the mob of-
CHALFS D. ULBERT, M. D. "" f I A 3500 yards Beautiful White Goods con .s- a a"i"t met inoH
SnO.MIWOPATUIC PHYNICIAM AXND the water. w Jutact with gr l I
r brHdered Datstitaban __eader
SURGEON A betch of Fiveto b ee bedo i aIotldered Swi SS, le o%,nd a Wa "aw f h
O1ce---,Second Floor The Munroe & oo -.-Te-: Mece ed and Plain Waisting, Madas, "- tn -d
liorida. tion for a new trial tor the flve China-A thhm be waved a bha to hie. :
2o1. deadly Tong war in August. 1907IE,. Nla p, P, E her tam he was.pe trifa a e
Ofce Hour--9 to 12 a. nu.; 2 *o 4 which four Chltamea were slaite. The G a &t Sac mice0 ca1e0se a abowlgf her tbhee itMe t v* @
p. a.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. electric chair will claim them. The tentoa. She wishedbe wahl speak w'
. battle was a result of one Tong so- -- ---- --- .- -- --- t her of that other girl who awaited .
clety d.,nemag tribute ftkm another. him Ia aglami A pleasant state e
TEE OILEEIfAL -* *TO* =BACKSUDIN& OF BEARD BRAVE MRS. LONGTREET e BgMe wil b-A U UeU stabsb
-*-ETLe nsast twitches oflseddmt
Wm. Apchureh. of Glen O Ois., The emaiter frem Eeam bia has a Widow of the Famous Cefederate se tf it v i
BA.AiiiER SHOP ----- ---- ---H-*--,ta**f .
AM R I&K IwP san exiled ruhome Movainrosh and Wil Werk A4inst General flouted a Burgar S w ae aft to obta.. a ne.er .
- Oair, he .thought. would ewae a ftihtful Sate-WideW Prehibition Gainesville. Ga, May 2--Awakened S wrlmtM af to obta& .er
--- .n racklng cough that ha m debed all TaUshasee May 22.-Senator John at an early hour yesterday to find a ..l... ... OCUalo rM
OpMe lto the Lobby of the Ocal remedles for two years. After Sx 8. Beard, a leading prohibitionist when burglar in her home on her tarm two _______ ____p_____. _.____
Homse. months he returned death dorging h1s the campaign opens will probably miles from Gaineaville Mrs. James the Pmand deck with cansas. an I
Oes tevey tsi steps. "Then I began to uae Dr. stump Escambla county In favor of lo- Longstreet, the aged widow of the ta- .e. ote that loophole we ro-
... Ofers the very best service of Kings New Dlscovery." he writes eal option and against state-wide mous Confederate general. opened fire viel *very tea feet@ o o o Plt. the
b driled workmen with modern ap- pand after taking ex bottle I aa *e *'prohibition. on the intruder, causing him to leave tive t'e of the dedmider'Sreal. I .- I
ns, electric massages. yearly from desperate lung di ., framchisement bill, which, he alleged, booty as he fled. Mrs. Lonetreet of the precir hield abe had e life. Ki 11 1 1
et Ro e Ru Water at AU Tiee InfallIble for coughs and colds, It was killed in the house by the-prohibl- heard the burglar in the dining room, and sbe was poetlvely tri.btmm.L
,y-,pals hoarseness and sore threat ticelisi, 5~ o believed that if Beard': which adjoins her bedroom. Qietly wKgem m m-W ". T.mvtt JL m
VIM"C3I T C. DETI!ERaCH, Maager Cures girp bacslha bil Iasue it wou bring to the polls arising from her bed she seized re- s r bihug b h L U I V
and t1- trial bottles tree, guaranteed pose tate-.wlde prohibition. There a man was busily engaged, lielfhisly to abandon .e. ultra .e- i -n iiW '
J PHII IPS b:' all druggists. Mr. Beard wil. it ts said, canvass stowing away the family plate In a amtjoiteaoyalty to awoiRna shel hd
C. J. PHrILLIPS U T W NT ueeambl eoun*y thorouhly, which he sack. She Immediately opened fre, Wh etle aalt c l
Rt -,ETURNEO T predt will give 2,000 majority shooting five times. Cmatmace? If death were so near, .
SC W m f dentWn hwe. WaahIngton, D. C., May tt.--Preel- agalast prohibition, what di be gala by prodery? |ey *
dent Taft returned to the White IF YOU KNEW Fr a l ant she atood aghat at __i
Pal enge hgtloys Purnaashd om sith. He th1 BACK GIVES OUT the merits of the Texas Wonder. you iha. e th.
Upom Request. southern trip Plenty o Osel. Reeds Have This der of rheum ate trouble. $1 botle two isd a b id l s I g
*3 SeahK hird At. JW-1 O -month's treatment. Sold by druggists S d If "o I ly he w pt wl iut ihis _
te 1*9. OCA., EA. s Ute esi o t the k dneys-O-tWork or by malL Send for testtmontals. Dr. &i aron hat and tell iar that sh t
---" i! "_.._a_*_ itt e~ ..e. laof sya Th e c t at tkeep up the connual uE. W. .Hal" 294 Olive Street,. US dwar to himt h !the leate delight m I 1


dS # al Ye take as sourshmetL i The back given out-it aches and heart best as It t r I f be-
tet the babes have wr may nar trebles set in REXAL fre, even ader the stress et 1
S "t bF r s t W *N ossON V-erm mpl l. l ht attack. Her eyes shone, and her "W eB
iUW"t U P-IIt 4 eMp a Ma i & P. P. Anick, Elm St.. Sanford. ., A Ati A D kA th eame laboriously between parted
te foro hi1 the bsw. Puke 5 ost..at says: "I have used Doan's Kidney U U lips. o..dreamscoued through
tthsAa M .-r -*- ,iand can say that' they a, aher brai. Shewal tille K N IG H T &
Ul 4wu6 SiMS superior kidney remedy. My work Co mBce Wi t-eda il
bUriM ARMsbrings quite a ptralin on the ba nisattnbIlte lo lg. mhek d'
SiPUC'l AR Tand as a result. I suffered a great deal Thue her swimming eyes rested e a n a
Ir 111THE WOTRLD Spokane Ws Ma S.-tiLnt a .from backacbe. I would become so Ssa atlnsa a o
Swek's chase the cfcr esterd ar- lame at times that I could hardly Skilled workmea. md corteous a.t- them aS t .
*" rewte: tA ersted two men he on sup atcl f stralglten and mornings upon arising, tentlon t all. Special atteneto to A iea hbe rWs Cin stu l tn, oft e i
_a A CO ON* being two ef the r'abbers who lo uldM just about g around. I tried children. like t l the 8l0tial of the
eelsdent Agent. the Great Northern mail car at Colert plasters and lnltients but the relief -m is. And forthwith. .le fell fro
... :.a week ago. they brought was only slight and ELECTRIC AAAQR the elouds and was brought back,
temporary. When I learned of Dean'as h Mgs. to cold reason an a
Y OW *- YO O U AR vCinm-A Kidneky Pi, I obtained a box and HOT AD COLD WATER_ tt w a WlctM, Ve
SrYOU"te e S *"AR VIIMS -fotund that they acted just as repre- wa dck at beart Me hated beBM-f
4f heedee.-, aN wye as eser women. seated. When I had used the con- A tfr her lf abesemest. She musat gn d
ut aU get qsuickt reltf and prompt tents of this box the backache had; L 1. waCN. her with ackloth a" Mour, and
caur tram .Dr. Kainas New Life Pis, seafed and my back felt stronger." their ght must be fought now without
the words beet ree 'for ai& and Plenty more proof like this from ----rleyor hesitationunesthe "" "" N'la"
'oas~. Th, m a lBB -Ocala Lpeule Call at Tydings & Co.'s toar l ey or -i fe Uf orev t s
:. ..'-,-t2' '.c-a yo r -e o" e.rP- t U mt all DPor Ml by all dealers. Ire 50 m oC lith. ..
"" -.. r.. et s. Ptr-MIburn Co...e Buffalo. ak naara lt. the best auall keNf _c ._. Bf fao .
New York, sole agents for the Unlted pnn~aMf the best
Cft" MoMnemAwae"nB and Metal plates. U1 |lU e -000101111
-j:' b ases, best for the hbma, or caa be Reemober the name-Doan's-and o In re fol-d f *to
.a a h -Me a f-.isg rod te carry e a take other. PLANS FURNIHD J the oea m te after ek ae amd
S trip. $.s. 1$ ad 5$1.M at .....ON APPLICATION a wh the mill Sanard trm A


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EVENING STW

C. L. Witting ad. R. cM 1
EdItors and PmbU e.. ,

C. L. ITTINGEkR, er

R. L CARROLL. seeihl Maler

HE OOT OP" THE TRACK
Will some one pleasse.64 end *e
plain what our esatemed 'otpeor
ary's statement of the iuamsimeaids
tVon of the Banner has to do with the
Star's contention of what biflds a
tUwn? The Banner Insisted that v1*-
rifled brick pavemestas d a eww
would make Ocala grow In "leaps eat
bounds.". I
The Star took lsae with this. stae-
ment, which contained neither "rhye
or reason and insisted that material
conditions had to be estabUshed to
create growth sad populatlom and
then these conveniencee and comforts
of life followed.
The Banner man betng put In a
hole by the Star, grot mad and l *lge
In outside'matter Mad by mntestlSt
Intimated that while the editor of the
Star was business manager e the
Banner, he failed to put "gla51 r" int
the Banner: he "failed to do his duty
and received money he did not era."
As this was a personal reSsemn ema
the editor of the Star, we replied, ay-
Ing we would let the books of th
Banner tell the story of the -"--I
propostlUon. If we taled, "we weMd
make good. and on that propoultieo it
was for Editor Harris to put up theo
facts or shut up his unwarranat ian
sinuations reflecting on our buslMes
ability.
Now comes the veteran edtoer eo the
Banner with nearly a column of dat-
ble-leaded matter, headed:
"A Statement
the substance of which is, flret: The
Banner a an enlightner. Tbea that
we. the editor of the Star seems "to be
particularly Interested and somewhat
disturbed about the business aOsrs
of this paper." The Banner says totr
our information. It i perfectly sane.
fled with Its business management.
Then It aoe Into rhapmodles mr ts
present tbusness manuaw. Mr. P. V.
Leaveangod ad an d b elf ip an
tells what Mr. Laevaeeood has diue
since he became manager: ltnotype
new Job presses. new cylinder proe,
gasolene engine. attachments, etc.
It also tells how the Banner haa paid
Its debts, met all Its obigatlas a o
presentation and does not owe a dot*
lar It cannot pay. and is not forced to
pay la "chips and whetatoae.p" Just
what the Bpaner means by thi Ia
paragraph. wll It please ftil ts mis-
sion to "enlighten" and enlighten us?
"Thanks to a generous and eonidlf
public, the business affairs of the
Ocala Banner are In good hapie, asp
there has never been a ar 4m1
hour that It hats reo sitailoA i
ge's departure." NoWwUtWAe edit,
of the Banner please don thq -ellit,
ending robe and tell a breatbtess puh
1k what his "etatsomf had do
with ti *umB lB.Ieo.tr0o* .4o
paved sbifts WAhaFewert2~d I&V*
making peala grow in. "leaps'
bounds?" If he will an ovation aWta
him now and In the sweet bye and b-o
a monument to his memory to pro-
claim or all time and to al peoples
In all climes that paved street and
sewers alone can make towns and'
cities gtw In leaps and bound.
There sl no use getting mad In thli
oontroveeny. but unfortunately the
editor of the Banner lost hia temper
and *hiw H so plainly, that It .nm
will *EU the Inpluessoa ef the- i
lIeneasFite ss that pervedrwn
the sanctum broer the ette "^
The Bite-' o r take. ceu ( "B W
the *tsaents that It is tlia11Uwl
of the Banan to ealishteh.b 1
partcu ar Itanceln Ia a dismal Jil'

ed and perturbed about the Basters
business affairs. Wrong you are,
brother. We never mentioned said
business affair. Never thought ot
them. Not a word to sY against
Mr. P. V. Leavengood. business man-
ager of the Banner. Never mentloed
his name. but asure the editor of the
Banner we are good friends; that the
tribute paid Mr. Leavengood's worth
In character wi. not only commend.
but Implicitly believe of Mr. Leaven-
We are pleased to hear of the Im-
provements made In the Banner. Have
beard of them before, but are rejoiced


to have them repeated by Its vener-
ble editor. It puts the official l l of
authority on all previously reported,
and we fell safe in saying that no
person In Ocala is more pleased to see
material prosperity crowning the la-
bors of the Banner than the editor of
the Star. The Star stands ready, to
assist and aid the Banner In the fu-
tui* as It always has In the past and
this should be a double assurance of
our good will toward the Banner and
Its owner.
We certainly rejoice In knowing
the Banner's strong box is ever ready
to meet any just claims against It. In
this It Is specially fortunate. We are
also pleased to know the public, the
confiding public, appreciates the Ban-
ner and backs It up with Its patron-
dge. It deserves it and what Is better
and more to the point, it gets It.
And as for the last statement:
"There has never been a day nor an
hour that it has regretted Mr. Bittln-
Cer's departure." we leave with the
venerable editor of the Banner; tf he
Nt satlsfied. we must be.
In fact we again repeat-all of
which must be very satisfactory to the
venerable editor of the Banner-we fr
the life of us can't see what It has to
do with the question of whether brick
pavements and sewers make towns anr
cities grow in "leaps and bounds." We
are of the conviction that all of the
people are not fools.
And now the venerable editor of the
Banner has the field and he can fight
windmills or take out a letters patent
that briek pavements and mewers


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Wold Masanlitae &Marvan,
Wbndstlep trtth Teba eal0.
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to their grssen. The ms enatd
iasat might by amtamaobie drivers dar-
aing the eoaert wa certally very
repaeithM1. and I hope that they
wilt not repet It.
Tours truly. T. T. Muarme.

AC^ QUICKLY
V you have a iamOad eMll--f you
have colic cramp or diarrhoe--do9't
wait a minute. Take a teaipooaut
of Perry Davil Palnkiler la half a
glas of aot water or mat. You'll be
em the read to qu1lt recovery. Have
this tried emedy m head for imame-
diate uae. Besng piqmnrwd ia half the
battle. New isha 2.. al.o a fte. abs.
WEATHER FORECAST
Washingtou. D. C.. May 22.-Local
showers tofiht or sunday.

.4HILOREN WHO ARE CKLY
Mothers whb vaiu thei r own Com-e
fort and the welft of their chldires,
should newr be without a box ot
Mother GGrays Swet Powders for
hildren for ue throust th sea-
sm. They break up coaie cure ev-
erishnese, eagtpatdon, teethIng die-
orderw boaa ahe ad staaeh treu-
Wea Th powodr never te, So
by al dusp 2& Do't accept
aen A trIFl -M will
be e to any mothbeo wilN
addr& Olted, m ror. N.T.
A sstrhung lady. aged 1I. wIth a
beauttfue t of autmn maet hair,
wants a@abm-sr Addres sealed bids
with pli and apeem U mbao. to PF. .
8. T. Care Star Mo e.


arnation papers and making out re-
port cards, also that Mr. Robert IU An-
derson, one of the graduates, was un-
expectedly dispatched to Bolder last
night after Important legal papers,
needed in the great phosphate pult
now on trial.
" Mr. and Mrs. Bittinger were present
and appreciate the honor conferred.
Tonight Mr. Marion Pelot will enter-
tain the graduating class and Sunday
morning everybody will try to get into
the M. N. church to hear Rev. R. H.
Barnett preach the baccalaureate ser-
mon.


ekbgQ ood.
f_.t te nw m kiug lu in
bleds like Making Good; and Docto
Pere's mledlidnes wl exemplify thin.
and their friends after more than two
decades of popuariy, are numbered by
the hundreds of thousands. They have
male good"* and they have not made
drunkards.
A good. hbomsk square-deal medicdne of
tnowncomqpotm is b r.MPOWe'sGaom
Meil- tM_-er- IS sKim enjoy an Im-
mensehaleW e most of the ppara-
moms that av come into promnence in
the peod of ts popularity have
gone by the board" ad are never more
rd OL There must be some reason fer
"h is lo-tie popularity sand that is to
be found In Its superior merit. When
neee give a fair trial for weak stomach,
or rivWr and bood aecStons Its supo
ridre native qualitie are soon manlfest;
hes it has survived and grown in pop
lar Taver.he sewm of lesm meritorious
&rmicle h sddelS aashed into favoM
for a =f eOfrodtanatMbeeas soon
F atarpid liver with Ite attendant
_t0 headache, per-
beath, naty coated
loNI t WN isers of appetite,
adt IM after eating, nervousneW
a dl mting is so erood as Dr.
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The a ass at tendered the
.adnd.ag eeme o the (,Owe High
id last Ma t by Mi3s LADe w oore
e- of the et-A, at the pmsant bhoe
S bar aen Mr. and ra. 4 M.
loe, was a wvry delighetl adir an4
l every perte6mar s I mesitpl withe
entmsiments prevelmly given for
the memed ofa this dAes at other
UIm Moom was asted in receiv-
tag by her pare i, who conducted the
gamsts t the hewly punea bew locat-
ed in the 'hal sad graesty and gra-
eldowy pressed@ ever by the lovely
saut of Miss Moore Mrs. I. A. Hick-
son, of, Lake City. who dispensed this
re-atein nectar.
That s" o hbty and cordiality per-
vaded every moment of the evening It
need but be stated that assisting the
erbaam g yuAga hostees were Mr. and
Mrs. Pank Hagood. of Jacksonville
uncle and aunt of the boetes, and Mr.
ard Mrs. AlHen Bridge, of this city.
The decorations of things animate
and Am---te, edible and pleasing to
the eye were al in keeping with the
ue-on of the etao. black and gold
and sobool pennants. The class flower.
the euuisite Marsebal Nlel rose. was
everywhere In evidence and In no
place more so than In the decorations
of the prettily appointed dining room
table.
/The classmembers enjoyed them-
aelves early la the evening In the par-
lor, with school reminliseacenes, playing
daminos and exercl ing their wit in
taditang alliterative tdegrams, which
proved to be a soureeof amusement
and hiarity. The committee on the
contest eofiited of all the married
folks present, with Mr. Allen Bridge
as chairman, who after debatIng the
merits of the telegrams, awarded the
homers to M Im LueA Moore and Mr.
Walter IRUddf Misr Moore gracious-
- and gemmsolM declined to accept
theprle. a- beutowed It on Miss
MSle. L tle, which kindly act was

-*Thar the -eharao, with -witty re-
4Wm!-" wqeatnetto. 1prlt 1-.MlsS
Lytle and L., ,ldd pa:eq hat
pin to the formr and a gem-b scarf
pin to the latter, to which the recip-
leots blushed their grateful accept-

An deant sapper'ftoowed, consist-
Ing of. tootheome chicken salad, olives,
pickles, sandwiches, tomatoes with
ayanabe salad, ohooolate, coffee, ice
ream a4ndak. which was greatly en-
Joyed a were the decorations of the
table, with Its abundance of Marechal
iel roAs. Its eight eIdlft i r with
burn tapers one at each plate as a
temimder that while they lad come to
the tros when time when eaed they ceased to burn the
mid 1ght O pouring over their school
stdes, that thr feet still needed to
be guided by the lamp of wisdom and
the path lit up so that their minds.
could discern the $apalls that beset
themin to Hs Journey. The picture
was a erty itt one, with the long
streamers of yelow extending rom
the. cadelle roverheadto o the lour
earasra of the table, where they weix
fastened with tiny Ulack ribbon, the
yellow shaded lights and the square
of bright and happy faces surround-
ing the table, made an Impression on
th mind that Ume a1'alpe will erase.
After partaking of refreshments the
grdate t returned to the parlor, and
sa s gam, propounded conundrums
ar read their graduatUng productions
untIl the clock bad long struck the
Midnight hour, such a splendid time
did the young people pave. The older
olksa dimmed various phases of
school lfe anr the happy> days of
Beej who uIU receive their diplomas
M aa sight-the happiest and
, r-lnly "th daa of lte- of the
Ocala High School cannot complain
that they are not getting their full
shar, of boclal recreation, a fact, en-
tarn.iipnt, have been tendered them
In such numbers that this class has
broke. all records. It Is said to their
credit by their principal, Mr. John BL
Workman, that the members of this
class have gene farther in their stud-
lea and taker more extended reviews
that any clas that ever graduated
from the school
In was certainly regretted that the
teachers of the high school could not
participate in this most enjoyable oc-
eason,. aa they were busy grading ex-


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BIG SPECIAL SALE OF EMBROID-
ERIES AND WHITE GOODS AT
HELVENSTOM.A PAST6URIS NEXT
WEEK.

JUNIOR LEAGUE ENTERTAINED
/-- --- .y
- idWky afternoon Mrs. W. Cole-
man Adve a pretty party for the Jun-
ior Leagae of mte Chrstlafr chuek.
About'twenty members, with a few
friends were present and each had a
merry time playing various sgafmes..
Mrs. Coleman, assisted by Rev.
Coleman, Mrs. Wetherbee and several
other ladies, served luscious strawber-
ries with whipped cream and cake
during the afternoon.

KILLS "'HEI FOE OF 29 YEARS
"The most merciess enemy I had
for 20 ycars," declares Mrs. James
Iumcan, of Raynesville. Me., "was
dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after
eating or drunkf.; and could scarcely
sleep. After many remedies had fail-
ed and several doctors gave me up, I
tried Electric Bitters, which cured me
completely. Now I can eat anything.
I am 70 yeats old and am overjoyed to
get my health and strength back
again." For indigestion, loss of appe-
tite, .ldney. trouble, lame back. female
complaints, It's unequaled. Only 50c
at all drugists. '

HO140ME FOR SALE
One of the most comfortable and
best located medium sized homes in
tiw city, close In and on best street, is
offered for sale, completely furnished
or without furniture. House is in
best of condition and has all modern
convn! I .-. Apply to F. W. Ditto.
If you desire a cleai complexion
take Foley's Orino Laxative for con-
stipatiop and liver troubles as it will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
ly cleanse your system, which is what
everyone needs in the spring In order,
to feel well. Sold iy al: druggists.
Mr. E. 0. Cordery and son ueoe in
town today from the Lynne section. He
said his grove showed fine prospects
for a good crop, if rain would only
come. He said it had rained all around
him and hoped it would shortly strike
his grove.



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A MOTHER'S MURDEROUS MANIA
East Hampton,. Mass., May ,t--Mrsm
Louise Carston cut the throats of her
three children then her :own., at her
home here yesterday. Two of the child-
ren, Louis, aged ten. and the ten-
months-old baby girl died. Mrs. Car-
ston and the other child. John, aged
seven, are dying. It Is supposed that
the woman was affected by hoieeidal
mania. There is no other, explanation
of her horrible act.

BOYS WILL EK BOYS
and are always getting scrateuse, cuts.
sprains, bruises, bump, bues or
sealds. Don't neglect such thias--
they may result seriously If you da
Apply Ballard's Snow Lnment ac-
cording to directions right away atd
it will relieve the paln heal b the
trouble. Price tSe, Mc, and $1 at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstor.

INSANE HUSBAND'S ACT
Norfolk. Va. May 22.-In the pres-
ence of their little daughter, uogmne
Peebles. a young iron moulder, appar-
-ntly Insane. killed his wife here yes-
terday with an ax. splitting her head.
Peebles was arrested. He came here
from Savannah. Ga. His wife and


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Huck and Turkish

100 Ladies' Waists

Sizes 32-40

AT EXTRA LOW PRICES


We received another consignment of the NEMO
-EIF.REI)D 'ING Corset in five different styles.
\All .i/-. P'i',.-. ;.)00 to $5.00.



RHEINAUER'S


DRY GOODS AND SHOES
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ROWE'S LITTLE BONANZA

S. E. ROWE, PROPRIETOR - - CALA FMIA


ALL KINDS OF
Fresh Meats Groceries. Chickens, Eggs, Eta, Pldue Bnot*
Bought and Sold.. Fresh and Salt Water Fesh. The Met ICom.
plete Place of Its Kind in the Country., ;*' died j 'bd IRlght
Up-To-Date. First Class Restaurant in C "nnest First ClaV s .
Meals and Reasonable Board to Weekly Customers


S;rap) Iron.-and Metalk, Also Green fides Bought-

and Sold.


Telephone No. 111 P. 0. Box No. 652

10 2Nr l 1 t2lUplaStreSd
>coooa t< i# oorrt I**i*


Mr. H. A. Warner of Boston is at
the Ocala House.
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Mr. A. T. TImberly o' New York is
at the Ocala House.


Mr. A. W. King of Montb.ook. is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. G. B. Sperry of Leesburg is at
the Montesuma.
Plank's Chill Tonic, guaranteed to
cure chills and fever, 26 cents.


Mr. John Pelot came down
Jacksonville this afternoon.


from


Mr. A. J. MItcell of Jacksonville Is
at the Ocala House.
SPECIAL SALE NEXT WEEK AT
HELVENSTON PASTEUR'S.
Mr. Harry Hall of Dotton is a guest
of the Ocala House.
5 or 6 doses *"MN will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mr. L. J. Clyatt of Dunnellon. the
furniture man. was in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake of Yalaha
are at the Ocala House.
Mr. James Sanders of Early Bird.
was in the city today.
Mr. A. L, Marsh of Citra was at the
Montezuma last night.
R. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville.
will sell any make of second-hand
typewriter upon easy terms If desired.
Mrs. Marcus Frank left today for a
week's visit to her parents in Savan-
nah, Ga.
R. C. Davis & Co.. of Jacksonville.
handle silk typewriter ribbons, 7Kc.
each: 7 TM per doM.
Mr. C. E. Melloi, the Micanopy saw
mill man. Is a guest of the Ocala
House.
DeWltrs Little Early Risers, the fa-
mous little liver pills, small, gentle
and sure. Sold by all druggists.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagood of
Jacksonville, are Is the city, guests of
the latter's sister, Mrs. T. M. Moore.


Have you seen the new visible Fay-
l holes typL rltcr? R. C. Davis & Co.
general agnt

.T Mr. McPhail Mclver has returned
from Asheville, N. C., where he has
J been attending Bingham school.
X SEE OUR AD. SPECIAL SALE
iNEXT WEEK.., HELVENSTON &
SPASTEUR.


Mr. J. L Seruggs of Reddlhk. was
at the Montesuma last night and laida
the Star a pleasant call today.
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HELVENSTON A PASTEUR WILL
SHOW YOU NEXT WEEK THE
MEANING OF LOW PRICES.
Menems. Walter Ray and D. A. Clark
if 'Martel, were guests of the Monte-
smma last night.

Its going to be Air Dome weather
this evening and the pictures will be
'Ane See progrAm elsewhere and an-
a ye it after 7: 0.
The Pbstotfce Drugstore has put in
a hhadseme new show case in which
,J ieep Its fine stock of Nunnally's
candies.

FOR SALE -A nearly new Under-
wood typewriter, cheap for cash. Ap-
ply to C. C. Bryant, at the HI. B. Mas-
ters Co. 5-22x

Mr. Chas. K. Sage and family went
down to the lake this afternoon as
did Alf Owen and H. C. Judd.
Dr. Spooner came up from Stanton
"o,?ay to get a coffin for the remains
of Artima Jamiason. of Stanton, wife
of M. C. Jamiason, the mighty hun-
ter. She had been In the employ as
cook of the Spooner family and was
one of the pillars of the colored church
at Stanton. She died suddenly thise
morning and will be buried tomorrow
and have one of the largest funerals
that that section has seen for years.
Deceased was highly respected where-
ever known.
Col. Coffin and his two sons passed
through Ocala today from his shingle
mill at JdMiston for Eustis, to spend
;8 unday at hmne.
a ?t,
A. J. Harrell, the Lake Weir vet-
eran. was in-town today as was RL L.
Martin, the sand man. at Weir Park.
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Or. D. S. Anderson of Alabama.
formerly of this city who has been at
the Ocala House attending court for
the past week. will return home to-
night.
Dr. J. '. Chace, who has been con-
fined to his bed for the past ten days
with malaria and rheumatism, is out
again and able to be In his office.
SPlank's Chi Tonic, guaranteed to
cue chills and fever. 25 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Bowie and little:
daughter. Clarice. went to Inverness
this afternoon, where Mrs. Bowie and
Clarice will remain for a few weeks
with Mrs. Wowle's godfather. Mr.
George Butler. of the Chronicle. and
1;-. Bowie will remain over Sunday
with them.


Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp. Miss
Kopp and Miss Frances Anderson re-
turned today from Crystal River.


AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW


Sunday school, B. Y. P. U. aid ev-
ening service at the usual hours. In
the morning, the congregation will
join the Methodists in listening to the
baccalaureate sermon.
Gra e -nham
Rev. George H. Harrison. Rector.
9 a. m.-Holy communion.
10 a. m.--Sunday school
5 p. m.-Ministration of baptism.
S p. m.-Evening prayer and sermon.
Come and worship with us.
Methodist
Sunday school-9:30 a. m.
Couiutncnement sermon of the Ocala
High School-11 a. m.
All the protestant, white pastors and
congregations of the city will unite
in this service. Special music has
been prepared by a large chorus choir.
Junior League.-3 p. m.
S~bior League-4 p. m.
Preaching-7:3 p. m.


Janer League
Meets at 2 o'clock. Missionary sub-
ject. Leader. Irene Tompkins.
Song. What a Friend We Have in
Jesus.
Scripture lesson.
Prayer.
Song, Jesus Saves.
Missionary chart talk.
song. From All the Dark Places.
Reading. "The Bible in Cuba."
Responsive reading by officers.
Song. Jesus the Light of the World.
Japanese object lesson.
Roll call. Response Bible verse
with word come.
Collection.
Announcement.
Benedictior..
Christian
W. H. Coleman, Minister.
Sunday school-10 a. m.. closing at
10:45, in time to attend the special
services at the Methodist church.
4 p. m.-Junior C. E.
7:0 p. m.-Sermon "Does Everybody
Owe Loyal Service to the Creator?"
Everybody welcome..
Junior C. E. Prgram
Subject. "Lessons From Birds and
Flowers." Bob Chace, leader.
Song. No. 41.
Lord's prayer in concert.
Bible lesson read responsively. Luke
14:24-28.
Lesson spory told by Louise Spencer.
Bible Jsson explained by Nellie
Beckham.
Chalk talk-Lois Dame.
Each name a favorite bird and flow-
er.
Lessons from nature-Mrs. Coleman.
Solo.
Recitation.
"Our string of pearls"-verse begin-
nlng with T.
Mission study, led by Wenona Weth-
erbee, page 169.
Song.
Business.
Mispah.


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ECEIVED


AUTOMOBILE TRIP TO COLEMAN
Yesterday morning Mr. and Mrs. .,
C. Chambliss and Mr. and Mrs. C. r.
Winston went down to Coleman in the
Tompkins & Cobb automobile. They
left Ocala at 7 o'clock and got back
at 10:30. making a distance of seventy
milhs. Mr. Winston stopped off at
Oxford and sold a bill of shoes while
the others went on. The possibilities
of getting over the country in one of
the new powerful automobiles is al-
most unrealized. i

Mr. R. L. gingIeton of Waycross.
Ca.. after spending a few days in this


city looking after his
and taking a fishing
home last night.


business affairs
trip,. returned


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other remedies, inking misuahel0im, ak e tOW S aO e we.Sh
repetedom of alme*.. Ieup vomje..4
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Send 10 cents in stamps to the HERPICID OOMPANT, DpW. I. tt. .t
ple and booklet. One dollar botUes sarated. At DruOg M tu. ft Whf I"A1 O
do not aoospt a subsJtute. '. .
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A PLEASANT EVENING
A very large proportion of the pop-
ulation of Ocala enjoyed the band
concert last night. There Were bhun-
dreds of people out. and the public"
square and courthouse yard was It-
deed a pretty and pleasant place to be.
The concerts have become a festute
of the summer that can hardly be dis-
pensed with. The members of the
band deserve the greatest help and
encouragement for their good work.
Mr. Fletcher Wombles of Jackson-
ville. arrived in town last night and
has a position with the Commercial
Barbershop in the Ocala House. Mr.
Wombles is a good workman and will
be pleased to meet you.
The object of the organisation of
the Ocala Merchants Union is to im-
prove the mercantile interests of this
city. In this the Star wishes them
success.
Mrs. A. L IWlar returned yesterday
from a two week's visit delightftulty
spent in Denmark, 8. C, with rel-
tives.

DON'T FORGET THE BIG EM-
BROIDERY AND WHITE GOODS
SALE NEXT WEEK AT HELVEN-
STON & PASTEURS.

Mr. James Taylor is visiting friends
In Gainesville. having gone up for the
K. A. dance given there last night.
Mr. Gilbert Tounglove of Newberry,
and Mr. Malla Haughton, of Jackson-
ville. are also in Gainesville.
Mr. Carlos Sistrunk has returned
from a business trip, to Tallahassee
and Jacksonville.
Mrs. C. A. Fort and Mrs. J. 0. Lu-
citu, two winter brides. have returned
from a few days visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Jonas Driggers, parents of Mrs. Lu-
cius, at Oklawaha.
M(. IL A. Burford, who went to
Nashville. Tenn, to witness the grad-
uation of his daughter. Mary isai-
beth, from Belmont College last Wed-
nesday. returned home yesterday ac-
companled by Miss Burford. Miss
Burford is very accomplished and is
kept busy receiving the congratula-
tions from her many friends. In all
probability she will return next year
to take a B. A. degree.
The Star desires to thank Mr. D. S.
Woodrow for a very fine drawing of
the proposed new hospital building. It
represents the thought of Mr. George
MacKay. the Ocala architect, for this
class of building. It will be two stories
with a hip roof. a one story building
to the right for office room and op-
erating rooms and to the left" is an
extended covered walk to another
building to be used for contagious
diseases. The whole presents a very
attractive appearance. Mr. George
Feltham is the draftsman. In a day
or so we will present the cut of this
proposed building In the Star.
SPECIAL EMBROIDERY AND
WHITE GOODS SALE NEXT WEEK
AT HELVENSTON & PASTEUR'S


PIANO RECITAL .
The following lvawttto, s. %oeaw
issued by Miss WartmIani bT me
of your presence Is reqoes ,Xt -4.pt.*
ano recitalgiven- by the puim oft Mois,
Wartmannat half past tr ve lock
and at. eight qAlockt wbM tIereMw ilL
be readred ), Mfis WartmaMsa apa
her pupilst kindly asitd.byiam.
Mote, a program of eighteenth dMt7,ry
music the afternoon and evening of
Wednesday, May 25th, IM, at the
Woman's Club."


The Eagles' minstrels wilt gve th
first performance it Daubeloe e 1
night of May 27th. We are we tl
our flanstrels will be a grpa teIat
Dunnelon because we e peet to I
on the best minstrel show that 1
ever been put on Ii that t own 1
Eagles quartet t comedy a
of the best vois v the as -it 4
gnd opening will belo-g S-m.bW
ed by all W*hlo "hae the immuiea
seeing it Tlif mi.strel will be Up-
date beca the a ,a T. P.
Sitpsom'has take great paih in
curing the very best and latest Man
coon songs and ballads, amd *AN Jo
wMl be fresh from the tree, but It -b
pens not to be a chestnut trea T
want to come and you wat -to be
kind as to invite your frend, but
him he will have to buy his ti het
the box office. Look OWt fr the A
minstrel because we expect to land
Oeala at an early date. A lauh 1
yeu and one for your friends.


REXALL
It looks like the Eaghes Ztret
are going to make the N Mgt lkdl
of a success of the mlmtrel tour ,4
central Florida, which tey prpp to
put on, coumccl.g next week.
Judge Bell fined Brs Roberse col-
ored. $US and costs or days n the
hard road, for taking and dlbt, G.
W. Grtaft's tea without p~ermmln.
Miss Jean Austin and Miss Deroty
Schreiber, who have bee -at Whab-
Ington Seminary. Atlanta,. Qa., wit
Miss Annie Sharp during the p.tM
school terd, have returned beaI r
their summer vaeatiom.
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m naD no excuse for ma seooa ca-
"Bark. Joey," se whispered. -bark
and call your master. IU anything hap-
p- to him, you and I shall never see
Etglad again. And I am longiug for
M Me today."


CHAPTER XIII.
CHBISTMA8 day arrived and
ALLARD'S maintained Its kindly repute
S117 Byoding affairs on board the
KasMas chnged for the better.
Mr. -Boyi was so far recovered that,
She could walk. He even took command
ot two watches In the twenty-four
IS E R hours, but was forbidden to exert him-
Stef test the wound In his back should
reopen. Several Injured salors and fire-
No. 7*. men were convalescent. The two most
serious cses were out of danger.
in Athe t ue hardy as a weed, dared the
WW! risk of ng his damaged leg and sur-
vived, toOh hib proges along the
the market affords. des was painful everthel o
wants of the guests. r-- morning e presented him-
Oto f betor thi captain and asked leave
to abandon his present quarters. He
felt lonely in the forecastle and wish-1
r M aM ed to berth with the other Chileans in
the mel hbahood of the salon. Al-
TRESS, OCA TA though his luck was bad In some re.
speet, the coal trimmer was endowed
with thie n I lives of a cat for there
_could be no manner of doubt that he
dragged himself aft just in time to
avoid being killed.
appearance. The breezy, sunlit moni-
I Ing brought no hint of coming tragedy
The fine weather which had prevailed
,sine the Kansas drifted Into the e.tu-
ary seemed to become more settled as
the smooth wore. Buarez said it was
Unprecedented.
Jut the miner from Argentina never
'wavered in his belief that the Indlaus
would soon muster every adult for an
assault on the ship. The elements
t might waver, but not the bate of the
sa vage. From the rising of the sun to
I the going down thereof Suarez was
ever on the alert.
Everyother person on the ship held the
opinion that the Alaculofs would attack
S by night If they were not afraid to at-
tempt the enterprise at all. So Snarez
slept souadly while his companions
te were e the qul vive for a call to repelI
Hl boarders. Were It not for the strain
Induced by the seat menace of their
Jon IL Dewey savage neighbors the small company
wanted Bo Il from their prolonged
i, Cemi rda stay la this peaceful anchorage. There
me" o was work In plenty for all hands.
Walker was re-enforced by a trio of
i s. L dl fremen whose technical knowledge.
Mg ,... _. slight as it was, proved useful when
he began to ft and connect the dis-
lIJTIV J abled machinery. For the rest, the
promenade deck was walled with
strong canvas, while Courtenay and
Tollemache gave undivided attention
to the ifw'katR of several other float-
ing bombs which could be exploded
from the ship. They also provided
flexble steam pipes In places where a
rush might be made If the Indians once
secured a footing on the deck, fore,or
Sthe donkey boller not alone for the
S e mtric light and the dally working of
the pump, as the Kansas had not
IN I98 bundemed over te shoal without
ming e of her plates, but for
In Bond use against he naked bodies of their
possible ais-snts.
When day followed day without any
sign of hotility not a man on board
1r $ save T ares and Tollemache paid
muck real heed to the shoreward peril.
Watler, with his hammers and cold
chsels, screw Jacks and wrenches, was
the center of Interest And Walker's
S0 swarthy visage wore a permanent grin,
which presaged well for the fulfillment
ed $8.75 t- pohmee-
Wal e devoted herself to the hopttaL
8be was thus brought more In contact
with Chrulstobsal than with any of the
<, HighG ae other.. Nor dshe meke th close a-
, High Grade q nwaaes Irsme to her. Always
ye suave and chaial In manner, he
e .7exerbed himself to be entertsanng.
.. t t Though she knew fUll well that If the
m t Uit to Kanss reaeeet t open sea again
)4 J ,he would ask her to marry him, be
any otled in was evidently content to deny himself
o e m ak the pvrivleges of courtship until a prop-
on the market, m ad sea o
*. 'aShe was far too wise to appear to
1.50 a quart. avod Cor'.mnay. Indeed, she was srtu-
dioustly agreeable to him when they
met. be adoptedd the safe role of
" goo telMtwai, flattering herself that
her own fely voold shrInk to nothing-
ness under the heurl y castigation thus


FLORIDA After te midday meal Chrstmas
day-a sumptuous repast, for the due
Frepaeation of which Elsie had come
to tibe Chilean cook's assistance In the
.. _______ matter of the plum pudding-Suares
suddenly reported that a new column
atof smoke was rising from Guanaco
AR D bill, a crag dominating the eastern
Said of the bay. He was unable to at-
tribute any special significance to the
signal on that particular place. Dur-
$WS"12' TRAINS Ing his are years with the Alaculof
t Mail, Nee. and4 43 tribe he had never seen a fire lighted
there before. That In itself was a fact
1 43 sinister and alermhnug
Art : 0 am 6.S pm nare had sumdcent tact not to make
Lv 6:30 am 5::08 pm
..LvN 5:15 am 4:58 p this statement publicly. He told Chris-
..Lv 5:15 am 4:58 pm tobal, and the doctor passed on the in-
. Ly 135 am 2:35 p m formatlea to the captain. Both men
..Lv 1: am 1:27 pm went to the poop with their glasses and
.LV 11:40 pm 11:37 am
Lv10:17 pm 10:15 am careatlly ramined the coast line.
Lv 9:30 pm t:3 am Courteoay was the first to break an
Ar 4:0S pm 7:15 am oppralve sfleace, and his low pitched
Ar 1: 20 pm. :4 am voice announced stirring tidings.
Ar 4:06 am, :10 pm "Do you see those canoes yonder?"
S.Ar 9:0 pm 9:2S am he ad&. "There were three under the;


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But ere the Sp'nirlr turiu.dl to) go a
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"We have every vonfithent e in yon."
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"Is that your last word?' asked
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"I feel sure that you are right Good.
by!"
They shook hands. They were near-
er a real friendship then than either of
them thought possible, and the bond
which held them was love for the
same woman. \
(rontinue.d .\-xt Saturday.>
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