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: 08 4, 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: VID03236
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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war vpmei over brought together on
-. collec ot io Of on Coll
Ss d es U retanywhere. There
w. rbe ship. The state department
uisla "l that it I. labr through
ito mameders is iDiran that Ger-
manr eit*snd a Squadpron at pobab-
ly r ve ols under the command of
the ranukin ofiacr O the German
navy. Admiral A. D. %In Kelter. gA-
Sand wINsend e cru srs undth er the
S~ tnca aed of Rear Admiral F eder
T. W Vit sto, wao will he the eflial .
-erswitatvte of Goeat Britai at the
eerbaloe Itad Daly *1 send the cruise.
Or Strea' and her cadet aship Aetna
V ~d will als send an oicita rep-
"eopme ntate ad Jhip h
IP. We have beenr M ored.t wrnoell .
k bw that IAesrib will cm to tak
1*evPart in theced lbr*tl eniem Ontb
-9W Amrcia. Neco wll senW d s ens gun-
but, ndaer command of Captain
." Metal M agrre The Netherland
~p, will sad the Utre.bt, fr the crew
o," wahlch te replies the H al ose
wll be mased, and, probably two or
-411es other war vssels. Gutemala
will gond j new coast patrol boat, If It
I tfinishedIn time, "ad other nations
S are sn to beHA ard r
THE SCRETOF LONGI OFE
A renh seleatist las disedred
am- recret of l tow lf His method
deals wit the booda t i long, go
1011oin of Americans had Proo
S ectrc mvite. proleu U. and
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Oc orset uriMaur Irfglaritlee, which If
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p strength. Do not naglict sdgns of
I---M kidney o ar le tue and risk
Bni""""1!-.F Brights disease or diabetue. Sold by
alt dealers.


MANILA TO Et FORTIFIED
SWasaN to, Aug. 4.-T ie Davy de-
partmit -has pnrfO c plm6 a for the
Mo o effectual. poteecion t the -fortlca-
S u nt If Mana bay. Cavlte wil be
mami fotU s atiam .
SThe harbor wll be protected par-
Sby a number of hiddea miaes.
I l ddletoi this a amber of sub-
-uae- boats h e been pslaned, som
Sf wah are already ben uilt, oth-
s to kbeeemstred u sooa as pimns
Tbe aaFf activity of the navy d-
paraoenat aleag the.e I"aes ls taken as
an iaestlaon that the United States
oL de w a et htad to be caught uapro-
S-L ftesd B tiame at war.-

S A VWAXKUNG
Is the to ly way ,er t he poor
telM that is ftmcted with worms. No
S mat~ how much or how often It eat,
the_ te vra gt al thoaeanrais t
oa the food. the child gets pact
. ealfy aoem. Wltea Cream VerMn-
tfge gets rid e the worms quickly,
easlt a with so bad after effects.
w le Prie ets a bottle. Bold by all

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Iro I your home on a few days' trial,
upon request at my office, or by card
or phoe. They are the the greatest
little thing in the home, especially In
obt weather. Connect the .cord with
0e of your light drops and in a few
minute the Iron i hot No smoke
or dirt and ieat only where it i
waedi H. W. TUCKER.

TURKEY MEANS BUSINESS
Bt. Petersburg, Aug. 4.-The Novoe
Vreyma publishes a dispatch from
Constantinople saying that four trans-
ports loaded with Turkish troops have
left the capital to rthe Ildand of Crete
aad that the Turkish fleet has been
ordered to escort them. The greatest
secrecy regarding these naval move-
mets is being observed, and It Is sup-
posed that Turkey intends to effect a
leandng on the island, which, although
a Turkish province, has raised the
Greek fag, since the powers withdrew
tbei troops.
The best remedy we know of in an
caa of kidney and bladder trouble
and the one we can always recommend,
s DeWtt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
They are antiseptle and at once assist
the kidneys to perform their impor-
tant work. But when you ask for these
alls be positive that you get De-
Wtt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
There are Imitations placed upon the
market to deceive you. Get DeWitt's.
Isist upon them, and if your dealer
cannot supply you-refuse anything
else place of them. Sold by all
dnrg ist.
ANOTHER ENGINE
OF DESTRUCTION
Loadon, Aug. 4.-The government Is
about to begin the manufacture of a
new kind of torpedo, that is said to be
a great improvement over the exist-
ing type. These Instruments will have
a speed of about thirty knots an hour,
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For Mayor of New York Wit PFrsbaly
be Herma Ridder of the Sats
Zeituna
New York, Aug. 4.-erman Ridder,
proprietor of the New Tar Btaats
Zettuag and tfrmerly treab r of the
democratic national ot.vailtte, has
been offered by Tammany Hall the
nomination for mayor of New York
City on the regular democratic ticket.
Mr. Ridder, who has been an tnde-
pendent do~erat. has the offer under
advisement, and the probabildtes are
that he will accept proved his ac-
ceptance does not commit him to comrn-
pliance with Tammanny alS orders
when In office. Mr. RIdder is n favor
with the Sullivan faction in Tammany
Hall, which is really the dominant fac-
tion, but be is not objectionable to
Boss Murphy.
Tammany leaders look uon Ridder
as a means of escape from Justice
Gaynor, of. Brooklyn who I backed
by Hearst and by Boss MeCarre.
Gaynor is thoroughly independent and
would not be any man's ma in office.
Ridder claims to be equally Independ-
ent of the bosses, but Murphy believes
that Tammany can carry New York
City with Ridder at the head of the
ticket, and that the chances Of his get-
Ung Tammany men on the dty's pay-
roll will be better with RIder than
with Gaynor.


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TarWI B1 WiM e to Pm ina VOee in
toes 8me at Twe O Nsk
Wshob ator n Aut. L-The fate of
the AUdric-Paye tali bill will be
dettuy settled so r as the legis-
atV program is comeersed at 2
'cloek terrrow aftersan.
After a brief argument in the Sen'-
ste it wa unanimously agreed to
submit the bll to a vote at that time.
Senator AMdrih, answering the at-
cuatia that the conferees did not
deal ftry with the party in letting a
loker" into their compromise on the
bde schedule, said that no such thing
existed, and I this contetie be is
backed by President Taft, who yester-
day aald that the wording of that sec-
tion s just what was agreed epoa.
Seato Bristow went on record yes-
terday -emoon by saying that he
will not vote for the report as sub-
lttbed.
Aldrh b said that tne tariff eommis-
sleia lae would enable the presi-
dent to ob&ft the cost of predqctlon
of Manufttured articles at home and
abroik, autorring him for this pur-
pose toemploy whoever be wishes,
without it T as to number or ex-
panee. Senators Clapp and Heyburn
were not in favor of giving the pres-
dent any such powers.
The.House yesterday afternoon ac-
cepted the conference report on the
Phlippine tariff biU
President Taft assumes that Con-
greas wll adourn about Friday and
plan to leave for his summer home
at Beverly, Mass. about that time.

1Wo REWARD $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that aclence has
been able to cure In all stages, and
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
In'r aonstitutlooal disease, requires a
eotltutit al treatment. Hairs Ca-
tarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
dinctly upon the blood and mucous
surface of the system, thereby de-
stroyng the foundation of the dlseea
and giving the patient strength by
4l6iding up the constitution and as-
sittng nature in doing Its work. The
preDopetors have so much fath In its
curative powers that they bffer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
falls to cure. bent for list of te*l-
moeals. Address. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohl&
bold by an drugists. 7Tc. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
CHILI STIRRING UP TROUBLE
Lia,. Peru, Aug. 4.-The Comerclo
publisbhes copes of secret telegrams
that kre said to have pased between.
the president of Bolivia and Minister
Arso at Santiago. Chill, showing that
Chil urged Bolivia to move troops
against Peru and offered Bolfvia mon-
ey, arms, ammuntlon and officers.
Chill also recommended an under-
standing with Ecuador. The revela-
tio has aroused Indignation here, but
there is no fear of disorders.
IF YOU KNEW
tL merW t of the Texas Wonder, you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der of rIheumate trouble. S bottle two
month's treatment 'Sold by drugrmsts
or by maL. bend for testimonials. Dr.
I. W. Had, t22 Olive Street, St.
Louis, Mo.
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all druggists.

MOORS ATTACKING MEU LLA
Lisbon, Portugal Aug. 4-A mes-
age Just received hre ay that if-
teen thousand Moors are again attak-
ing the Spanish troops at Mellla and
that the situation Is desperate. The
Mellla natives, heretofore neutral, are
reported to have revolted The upris-
Ing la spreading througbout Morocco
causing serious alarm.
When the stomach fals to per-
form ts functons, the bowels become
deranged, the liver and the kidney
congested, causing numerous dishes.
The stomach and liver must be re-
stored to healthy condition and Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Live Tablets
can be depended upon to o IL Eh y
to take and most effective

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three eldre, an~u ai t am e.*n r

Mresete d whren Ka e ar Mo.rd thee
way ltato the temem t apartment oa
06ft a W71000 X 3o OW]mer
The condmtia of the body Iindictd
that the wmi hd iee dsad for se
eral hour. That death created fm
l of noIeshmet was the* opla- n
of the pollee surgeon amei
Mra. Chrystie came to Mempht
about twelve yea7 aeO ftO ISt. Luis.
Her husband died several yeom ag
That ahe was a woman of re segment
neighbors declare wa appareat

THE HEALTH OF YOUR HORP"
Will be best prmoted--bst pmes eed
--If you are ready to ive the poper
remedy at the prop tmae. TIh
proper remedy fto an straina, aspn
or eoUie Is Perry Davis PaklBer. Tho
roper time to Iu it I wbem the
trouble mat aoa Rets B e plampt
aad you'll not onlr aare the o ere
suftering, bat you'n. spare ydwnlf
trouble and dipense--maybes ave a
long time waiting. tYou onbt to
have a bottle reawy. The new ate
bottle costs U caent; ome larger,
cenat. Be sure your drsuggt hesa
you Perry avris.
DOUBLE TRAGEDY IN VIRlGINIA
Danville, Va. Aug. ,-As a rseaut of
spurned love, Ben RueelL a farmer,
about ffty years old of this county,
yesterday afternoon shot and Instant-
Jy killed Mrs. Taunersley, aged., 3
years, and then emptied the retala-
ing barrel o the shotgun s with whic
the deed-was conmmted. into his own
head.
The double tragedy was enacted on
the farm of Mrs. Tankerdey, at Lick.
twenty miles from, Chatham. Mnr
Tankersley hasafr isme time been
.living apart from her h usbandr wbe
whereabouts Is not known. Ben Russell
was a tenant on the plantation and
.was known tor have been violently In
love with Mrs. Tankersley.
On Wednesday the two had a quar-
rel and Mrs. Tankersley o erewd Rus-
81 off the place. On saturday he went
t her house and fired at her twice
gtth a hotgun, both sotts bdai g ief
fective. He made another unsuceae
ful attempt to kil her yesterday morn-
in. The crime wa done while two
mall children of the slain woman
ierie playtg in the house,
SRussell has bed a ebekered career.
Several years ago'be was in love with
a young woman of the county and In a
Jealous rage fred at her. For this
crime be served a year in the state
prison.

CUREU HAY FEVER
AND UMMERB COLD
A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesvle, Indiana.
writes: "Last year I offered for
three months with a summer cold so
distresing that it Interfered with my
buslnes. I had many of the symp-
toms of hay fever, and a doter'e pre-
scription did not reach my ease. and I
took several medicines whch seemed
only to aggravate It. artynate Ia
insisted upon having Foleys Honey
Honey and Tar. It quickly cred me.
My wife has since used Ileys Honey
and Tar with the same sucesa. Bold
by anl desars

A PLUCKY GIRL
New Kenaton Pa., Aug 4.--Mss
Ella Clifford, aged twenty-four, the
niaht operator at Bradbun, a lonely
Pennsyvania, railroad ston, was
held up by two robber who deiand-
ed the company's money. When she
refused to tell where the money wan
they bound and Tar.eI bqe to a caIr,
where ae has found this morning.
The robber w ti teo ame anything
valuable. Two me have been arrest-
ed awerinr the robber dei-rlptlon

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and women would ke temoseves
tree ubyom rbeumatosm and al aches
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lure in:o oe quart of boili milk and
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m cr.cbiat. layrbekarisbbedwiltkbsR-
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SNTLE WasTaN METHOMO
I Ihav been told." said the young
lNdy &rom Boston, on g tour of the far
West. aps the American Home Month-
ly-", arve been told that you do very
mel ad lawless deeds here."
"O me, miss," protested Deadwood
DIk: "we are quite tame and peace-
fl ken mow, I assure yot."
o*eh now." said the young lady.
with a mie, "when a man steals a,
ohrse, what do you do with hlm?"
"Wala, lsm," said Deadwood Dick.
ly yesterday .a man round about
here sto a boss ad we Just took the
ose away from him."
"Inded! Was that lr
"That was all. Perhaps, how-
ee. I bhguld ad that he was sitting
Ia the middle with a rope round his
sck tied to a tree when we took the
hbes away." I

Lmas PEA ALLONs-
COSTS MORE PER -JOB
'
te a my buy paints that cost you
Iesm per gaillo the


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but you cannot find In the United
States a paint that will cost you less
per Job.
THut IS TRUE ECONOMY.
Dals 100 I per cent Pure Paint will
staAd the test of the moet rigid Pure
Palat Law. For sale by the Marion
Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.


THE BEST PRO i ON
| t a stage 'phone has burned in a
house In Ocala. A telephone is better
than Insurace. In case of burglars or
fb you need quick action. You get
that day or nikht with a telephone.
Readeace rates, $8 per quarter In ad-
vaane. Oeala Telephone Co.
S* HOT DOWN BY THOUSANDS
S Mdaye, France, Aug. 4.-A Madrid
bssmpapr says that 2.000 people were
klUled and wounded in the fights
betweeom the troops and the rioters In
Bareelona last week.
If you are run down Foley's Kidney
fRmedy will help you. It strengthens
'the kidneys so they wQl eliminate the
t*Mputies from the blood that de-
pMesS the nerves, and cause exhaus-
tioUe. bas che rbhewm-tvm, and uri-
m.ary Ibreularities, which sap the vi-
tality. Do not delay. Take Foley's
Aduer Rte ledy at once. Sold by aU

AIR-TIGHT LAW FOR ALABAMA,
Motgoao~ Aug. 4.-The Carmi-
ebael statewide prohItion bill pass-
'ed' te house yesterday by a'vote of
I- to IS. he bill prohibits de sale
ah manufacture of all Intoxicants and
say beverage containing more than
one-half of one per cent of alcohoL It
pehibitse locker elubs and Interdicts
the sale of near beers.
DeWftts IlIttle Early Risers, the
pleasant, sate, sure. easy little liver
pills. A salve you may always depend
upon Ina y ease where you need a
ialve, Is DeWitt's Carbollsed Witch
ase Salve-especlally good for. piles.
ONwd by all druggists.

LOCKER CLUS RAIDED
Birmingha, Ala., Aug. 4.-Wholee
sale arrests of locker club proprietors
ad umates, were made by the police
depurtmet yesterday afternoon. One
bared eluae, are involved. out-of-
tu detectives recently employed by
M m-y O'rhi case to Birmnlham
a d obtained cards to practically every
club in town and have been gathering
evidence forabout six weeks.

No matter how long you lave sut-
ared, Poley's Kidney Reimedy will
p you. Mrs 8. L. Bowen, of
Wayne, W. Va.. writes: "I was a
saMre from kidney disease, so that
At thImi I could not get out of bed.
si when I did I could not stand
SthaIst, I took Foley's .Kidney Rem-
edy. One dollar bottle and part of the
sa osd cured me entirely." It will
owre iOt. sold by all dealers.


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Moving Pictures

and Music.


Sby emre adese

MNW PICrURB UwRT DAY
THREE FULL REELS EACH NIGHT

Program for eb zweavlg
TEB ARTIST AND THE GIRL
(A Full Reel Film. Taken In Florida)

THE IRON WORKERS (
(Pull Reel.)

THE RING LEADER

THE JEALOUS HUBBY

Admission, 10 and 20 cents.


Donor -pen at 7:9P p. oz.


L W. TUCKER, PWI@KR


DONw NEED LASSES
Many people do not need glasses but
most people do.
Tou may be one of the majority.
There are two ways of finding out.
One-await for time and disease to
drive you to It.
Two-Consult us about it!
We Can Tell You whether or not you
need them. DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Speclalist,
Ocala, Fla.
/Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical offlee and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
TYPEWRITER BARGAIN
For $10 spot cash second-hand Call-
graph typewriter; worth fully $25;
want the room. Apply Immediately,
Star.



CASTORIA

TItelYluh Idpbq.i




INCREASE YOUR LIGHTS
'I. have just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophans glass shades for
electric lights. These shades Increase
your light power 7; per cent. Try
them.. I. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.
DISAGREEABLE AT HOME ,
Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky"
at home. It's not disposition, it's the
liver. If you find in yourself that you
feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, Just buy a bottle of
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver
in shape. You and everybody around
you will feel better for It. Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

VA SCALA AEIE
1814 F.0. L
Meets every first and
. bird Wednesday eyen-
/Ing at 8:15 o'clock. Visiting retren
always welcome.
F. W. Ditto. "'resident
W. C. Moore. Secretary.

F.& A &i.
4 Marion-Dunn Lodge
No. 19 meets In the
temple on the first and
third Thursday even-
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. .S, R. A. M., on the 4th
Friday In every month at 8 p. m.
N. I. Gottlleb. ELH. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
OKLAWAHA TRIBE NO. 41 1. O. R. M.
Meets Thursday evenings at 7.30, at
Tonge's HaIL W. Gray, C. if R.

MLNIt MTS OF PYTNAS
9 Conventions held every Mon-
I day evening In Castle HalL
over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Halle, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and 6.


OCALA LOOE
NO.UM
L .P.t.L
Meets second Tuesday
evening in each month
until October. Visit-
ing brethren always welcome.
Bradford Webb. Exalted Ruler.
Stenhen Jewett. Secretary.


Satuma 'Tm rwwm
ant -do" *Tm aU-ledy -

SMadri Au. 4-A Smaish rose at
MiRlla caused the Moors a heavy loss.
Seven battalions moved toward the
Moorish position and the battleship
Numaneia moved down -the coast to
lake the enemy in the rear. The Moors
advanced and were caught between the
fire of the battleship and the heavy
guns at the fort. They retreated in
disorder with many killed. The Moors
attacked a. blockhouse being elected
and were repulsed. A balloon was
sent up and observed thousands of
Moors preparing for battle. Tranquil-
AUy reigns throughout Spain. all riot-
ing having ceased.

THE TALIAFERRO TROPHY
Will Probably Go to Cmpemy D, First

St. Augustine, Aug. 4.-The Metro-
politan Grays of Jacksonville. Com-
pany D. First Regiment have prac-
tically- won the Taliaferro trophy, their
score being 188. DeFunlak Springs is
seven.points behind and has entered a
protest the grounds that Jackson-
ville shot ut of her turn, being allow-
ed to do so on account of approaching
darkness. Orlando has to make 115
points to win and Pensacola 115. The
score wilU be finished today. St. Pe-
tersburg and Tampa put up a poor
showing though the Pineallas boys are
only about fifth In the list. Tampa is
way low.

GOOD JOBS FOR MEN
Government Needs Posteffoe Clerks,
Carriers, and Mail Clerks.
Salary = to Sa1,
Why don't you work for Uncle Sam?
eight thoumsad positions are to be fil-
ed. The pay Is large; the hoys short:
you get a vacation, with Iay, every
year, and no lay-offs at any time.
The government wants men over 18
years old, with only common, everyday
educatide to take examinations In this
vicinity, on Nov. 17, for positions
mentioned above, and the government
civil Service instructors, with their ex-
pert idhowledge of the examination can
prepare any man to pass In a few
weeks.
Any reader of the Star who wishes
to work for Uncle Sam, can get com-
plete free information how to prepare
for the Civil Service examinations, by
writing the government Civil Service
instructors, Dept. 147, Rochester, N. Y.
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is
necessary is to give the prescribed
dose after each operation of the bow-
els more than natural and then castor
oil to cleanse the system.\ It is safe
and sure.

FOR RENT-A large pasture close
In. Apply at this office.


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"MY FAVORITES

For Sal by

T. W. TROXLER



R. D. FULLER,

DENTAL SRGEON


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J. E. CHANCE

)3 NTAL SURGEON
Rooms 1, 10 and 11.
Second Floor. Holder Block,
OCALA, FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.


L. F. BLALOCK

Dental Surgeon
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A Great Mystery. '" a"
There is one great mystery I Ge a--
untverue-uomewbere flows. a Mtan U ln ,I'a *-1- i U :*..,'
of life, where is one of Go's secrets.
How far Its waters Sow we aesMotw lEi
telL No human feet have trakekd Its
streams In their waiwIerinak 'Th PU.1
other has decreed that we must drik
of it to live, and yet be blinds or.
eyes with sleep before lets '
drink. When we awake the strength
of the stream Is tn us, ad so we make
the journey of the day. And the
-strange waters have stIange i._o i
Soul darkness and despair are mene
In them; fear and trouble shrivel; ope
and strength ane held Ia sweet asbe-
tWon In their wakes. Wa wa y
with the care and fret, close -i. ,.

of night, the falnt wMithr s1s tet b aw fla Wasen '*U-wy O*a Ow "
the streamof sl.eelp4,a tlntIln aalM pe P al- tokm by l wrhi is' fa^ o r a O ks.ssdioa
while the moralia comes, and a w.
woman looks out upon the day wMth
the secret of a new create hI e n
so0ul, new power and toange boen of i
the waters ot llfe.-tamrgs (Ky,)
News-Democrat .

Humble Pie.*
Originally the term "humble pIe" E' T'
carried no opprobrious meaning. The F AR NALTH AMN
pie was oe made out of the "hum-" T ,iBM : ,
bles" or "mumbles," from the Normas
French "nombrlls"-L e, the entrails
of a deer. To this day tt Is hIhly es-
teemed In Scotla d and in northern ..:. T --.
parts of England. So late as the time "Lad WAYMsVILLR
of Pepys "umble pi" waserve d as On the fouthers Baltayh one tour reen Ase irm.
part of the menu of a gentleman's ta.- No omauumptlves. Hot anad Cold thd m -atha
ble on an extraordinary occasion. Some Special attention to momntalu parties. Special
writers derive the contumelious usem f informtioes a ese. It ,AN, M --gr.
the phrase "to eat humble pIe" from worth Ian, Asheville.)
an alleged custom of serving "umb e -"- -
pie" below the salt, or at the second
.table. But this is not supported by
authority. It more probably came Into
use simply through the similarity of
sound. there being no simlatity ofK N
meaning whatever between the noun ..
umble or fumbles and the adjective ZAler_

The Law of GravltatioM. o ..C UU
In 1640-eerenty-seren years before '* 4
the publication of Newton's Trind H binS iS-

*Trollus and Cressida." act 4. scene 2 h
makes one of bis characters may: S S
Do to this body what extremity you Cea


A Bmsy Meiay. M
"Naw, I don't think Th y 2 be
stayls' long on this *ew ob be's m
up wid," said Mrs. Herlhy. "ii tae
harrd fer him. Sure he g tb m rdt
at all from Monda' motan' till u r
da' nlght, and 'ti s not what the mam's
used to." I
"He has his Sundays. to rit a,"
hazarded the caller boldly.
"An' what o' that?" said Mrs. Herl-
by. "On Sunda's be has to go to
church an' take the children to ther
grandma's an' visit wkI his eoaMam
an' all-'ts no rist at alL"
"was wan day out of tIery fMrta
be had wid the ouNd ob, wasn't t?'
queried the caller.
"It was," said Mrs. Heriihy, "a'
'twas a grand vaeatoa he -id. rd
are lveryp it "* the washin', and be'd
wring it ot fine an' hang it on the
line for me; thin he'd saw ma' hlpt
wood enough to last tll the at t vaca-
tion day, an' he'd bate Ivery mat i
the house an' shine lip the facets an'
the b'ller an' wash the windy", a.'
there'd always be some little exthrn
help, driving' nails or the like, he cud
give me. -
"An' whin he'd go to his bed at
night he'd niver tall to say to ,
'Well. Cella. my vacation day is ver.
but I feel like It's made me ready to
go back to wurrk tomoWrr,' he'd -."
-Youth's Companion.


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,COMPANY lotm
S- -----A few days a& the wa wmhto wS
S" ... M Pare to be the -p e m ers In the
Ocala Fertiliser enmpamy, held a mest.
Ing W electdl elected otNe. B ers Thaad eettH % ad A,
ed were J. X. Netfert president; J. K.
a" mO mat Hhmeraw nigh. Christian.,t of McInask vie president: No. 1 1- "5
J. H. Taylor, toeaswi er, We M Carn. .
Sc.asss at t-e New Co. secretary and manager. Ta.he bear t i H 0I a
directors elected consists of the above Rb M d P "
SP.-. A Weh at ek ill e is officers and E. Io Wartmann. Citra: N I 1-2 15& h an.
S e O.la Hse. F. W. Bishop. Anthony, and L. R. Cba-
-- zai, city. No. 1 Breakfast o hearing Roe wa s e b. om in
picture pazle pot cards at the Several sites f or the location of the at their o ag t
Ocps d atth factory are available and at the net 100ing for y25 e Ol p-.
meeting one will be chosen. The gtock -
S -- t Mr. l. CoR steh of Parish is a this practically all sold and the pur- water, a
Sst of the Ocala e. chase of machinery and eton with of V.
buildings will follow very soon. The opu a of
Callm d sea e the new books at t gentlemen who have the affai trs of the *lahiad the t a ,-
one needs of Its success, coupled with
R, te e. BNema Co McIntosh a the need an here of such tighterprise an The O n te w up t of a tr.
Mrs. th" .the OWite Hom. Peterab Me Othe demand for the products. a be A raita foy toe t. A4 e
A v "- low Heycoa the um r. Capt. LeBarowf the ON Centatea aonte bbe oM-mimm t, - ,
Have you Creen the picture ple ANOTHER FLORIDA S CT Veters of the count met with the Peter rthe purpose et Caat a 8
post cards at the Ocala News Co? -board of county Mat m of D t
"ru-"The Artist and the Girl," another of meeting this week. plyin g the oat y pa





post, ca "- .r. J. th Ocdall of B Coti'me J at formerly of tie city. te I. tow for a to each t1hl~l kse -as of C M ma-.
oAeie.Mr. P. G. Rush of Orlando is amon those popular Forld will be seld to- w ewhles Jme water. oa a -
the late arrivals at the Ola House. shown at the Air Dome tonight with L V. sh, o the nders was app e r the
S -- H CO --"The Iron Workers." "Tho be Ring Lead- Coputng Scales Co., of Anders ag m mhmr l .
ordwl e y ea er and the Jealous bby. all mak-. Id., and his rther, Mr. 3. Cash, that timen as rert is nm JA
S# ego'@ g nt of at C r and tver. Price 2c. Int an hour of the best amusement to of Jac vle ssdeNt of the Jack- the prreat s I
WI "il We emp adMr. s. W. Best of Dar ttm is be had for a dime. onville Drug Co., were In town yes- much et w re that the J. s.. Q M
We w Mr. W. W. Bet of el iat the Mr. Tucker will have a notable at tday and today. It progress la order tt a e pe
g """ Montes uma. traction next week In the famous a "
Iwardo meat market will clo. the at Heyco, the man who, tied tighter than The Ocala ball team was up against of sue water.
RDv .. Rese-Violet Taleam, 25e. th bottlesealing wax, escapes from his bonds In it in Palatka yesterday and was beat- I would alma remamm that ea
.^ \ WEA at the Pf* t Dru* Qe_ sight of the audience-the most dif- en by 3 to i. Our baRball enthusiasts oCnpow be body as.k eni
ficult feat of the sort ever performed. hope for better news this eevnlag scheme by whe a wg a a e aa M
AL. Mr. W. A. White of Ma. Petersburg is other excellent amusements will fol- may be lastaed fo the A
Saa guest of the Montesuma. low Heyco as the summer goes on. Capt. l aro, who has been takg ateal b this r I Mto
"Tuck" doesn't Intend to let the peo.- a three week's rest at Palatka. in en as the deala onthe west se St the
Sof the MontCream, for the compleon, ple suer wient n the Fthe rest y. Peterbef ru. t r sock se ftothely as a m bymathe
Rs at the Court Purarm .m ar rihts
*" te Tce onte Gar sioEAGLES MEET THI EVENING Mr. A. Campbell o Newrry. matter wae
SMr. J. R. Randall of Baltimore is at fohamberlains Stomach and r early of this city. ou s n town for a treet committee for Madee them f..
S' W Vu rIt StA red Bo tp Ocal Ho se. The regular semi-monthly meeting few days.ex that n o & uppy -
Ar m 'eeof Aere 114. . ., Mr. will be held to- ao
cleans Hams, ure Na s fine candless fresh every night at 8:15 at Yonge's hall. Ar-to, -
e reuird do nder the the Potoofce Dr tor town today rand gements are to be made for the at o ub t for stdy. at a to how the
en "state meeting and much Important." Wna 0Swe v d -- a
* Mr. C. K. est of Nashe is at business attended to. All mell e thr pers red on berspa i on Nrth
S"the O Iala o especially requested to be present. the work. Mr. ghL There wer ra-, ,



SS- 4Mr. Jas. H. Whitney of Duttion I Two wall tents wanted, px1* or MXS. A pettor o was readh boek aa Ol a al, ,M
r tt that a Ocala House. Apply at this offi. ce. ir as x on met M attoe aaie- fl

O U'V T ~R DATES I rdwards' meat market will close at Have you seen the new visible ^ay- ferredto
.X p, m. .on Thursdays. SholesUypewriter? R. C. Davis & Co. power10. tMt i
t they are erlooked by the rnch nd L The w 41 general agents. A colored man, through hiW. t r
V.-n7 T HE. -rt'l_ T Mr. WNI G. B. Johnson of Martel Isnr at Mayr c t a r fled aptio i
: ", Mntn we YnotaWAIte1 kn guest of the Montezuma. Mr. Marcus Frank will to were many pn the hoe that oodwnamages for th allege kMm ot -
Mr. R. Blise of Orlando I a guest Frank, who is spending the summer Jured, so e states, b rm tm t sh a
". / ThIa nott nregl^ for e aU to do thissnglaend of the Montesuma. with her N BARGAINt There no an e law ainst any was referred tohe h t an war e i
Mr. Wlthe of Tampa i at chamberlain's stomach and ver cty and the Youn Woman's ACHl- street comm ittee with nver to at. sa
tletaHei rW senidu this t as a warning be- registered at the Montezuma. Tablets gently stimulate tiae liver and lary of thPrie Bapst rch wts ed, found comm irrct ad was ree i ..he
m. bowels to expel poisonous matter union meetle.g AI the he'll pexpos of thSupply Co., t J es- '-
Sha our lst of Mr. H. MRaley of Wldkood cleanse the system, cre co Tuckerpation church Thursday (tomorrow) aftermont which they asked for er da a
i, m. B d .we required o do under the law of I n-m r. om two electrical supply mandache. noon atl o'ce Subject for- study a tion as to how the city propa e ati
"Missions In Catholic Surope." TVere make payments on the vltrilad birek ga si
thwitW.' Look at the date on your Mr. J. W. Crosby made a quasiess SPECIAL hARLY BREAKFASTS 'will be three papers read on Spain, paving.. North Magnolia stret,
l'ockstrip to Martin today. Fra nce and Italy. Every woman reliable soda market, whchke theas to mal Dr.p .
_j W ll .O Watula treet Those wishing extra early break- church urged to be present. Maiv e to b for the work. Mrd. MNlver nveg tri.
LOT-Between Baptist church and asts caun gt sae at the Elk Cafe, as Louise Robertson will rest have "My Giplan as adopted, that thn e cit d be t
yorn t cu Oklawaha Inn,, a white fan. Finder ea-'y as 4:20 If they desire. to Missions" and Mrs. C. F. Culbreath pay for one-half of each block as the else
Vm Pra OUr list thAt are way please return to the star office. will sntg a solo. wrk was completed and balance eu
HOUSES FOR RENT Jan. 15th, 1910. uet dle
ii .W we *now they arn overlooked by the Mesr. G. W. Branch and L E. There were 41 arrivals at the Mon- Mr. H. w. Tucer ase ta the )odse
SDe kina of H ampton are guests of the Modern cottages, neh conventences t heduma last night and yesterday. T here city cutler was a str ted itoe at b. m its
u-- u.i e do.not wish to drop a name wit... e onteuma. wel located and new. Apply tohat- were e many pdoin' the remode A t a i per ial vitely-4.
,. ou~Em5I~ilg. " "" "C. avis t Co, of J sonleph Bell, at court house. Mr. Toph had to give up his room cost of this over sigb phase -





V tu othrItile. C -. Davis y de L W Tucker, the eof Its rescrpton dtJacksonville. ure 17th ot Aagstt ta.
Sforc. to do h and h e s Co tr rn supny m an BARGAINS There us no Same law against any rerTh e s o.tary oam ttee wartedr ie to
each: $7. one hunting for PLANK'Sce, had committee w ith er to t. a
nom88wm eant it may be to us, wejm t An eight-ince Westinghouse electric TOXIC. It's guaranteed to cure ma- A large batch of bills wece es- deem,
... Mr. Joe, who managed the railroad fan that is positively guarantee to lar chills and fever. Pric ents e, found correct ad dered paid.





.weed as clred and fve elh1
wreck sale In Ocala last winter, Is in burn only three cents worth of 'elee- per bottle. Ask your dealer; he'll Reports of the offers were Died. erame
Sf r town today. tricity in ten hours stey running. probably know.or In th e been prts of the mmttes the
.A f OR A Se them at once. H. W. Tucker, the month of July were read a d. m
O* I rnished rooms, t electrical supplyao maen. The Postofee Drugstore is prepare The matter of remdelltg the ety ag
ad a t tt tea blocks from square, mode ta"urn conven- ,i g to retire the old reliable sod a ,market, which has b MEE up for -ml

Sf es, at the Court trial,- hundred thousand thirsts have been plans and specifications were fle bTia
r Msr. 3. 1. Coundl and L is know ileds that This is not and do It auto- quenched in the superinteen years, anddn the clerk was Lstrcted to advertise It
SThompson of Inverness, are guests of mobile, but on of those new s -inch will put in ofne of th te aest fontas in the tar and Baner for aMb h r. .md
S' Mr the Montema. Westleave for rannghouse electrl fans that I in Florida. doing th e rgemodelig, as per p lse Iv a

S brushes, ombs and other tolet art your desk. W.and lTukert the le its prescription department h Pure 17tho ofe August. Mtd


SI> T UTIO N OP remain in a few days to spend paint Taste and skill ante M eyesr. ePat Ran uallr of mConnor is 1n the suing twelve months ashed folinws: three ber


S' v a c e Address P. 0. Box 1265, or leave word from Uas for 265. The Postoffice Drug. Taylor, president; Miss Loase Bar- bagalow
".- i Mrh v A. oMvier and children who at the Star office. K. W. W Fllyaw, store. nett ice president; Miss Geneiee
p have ea, Fla& tb Smith, second vice president; Ms Ms
.-: ta-e fat Woodmar, have returned home. Mr. J. H. Hirschman of Tampa was Louise Nixon, third vice p Wedat
4 ?"WANT.-4 or 5-room cottaE - m* healthy neighborhood. Apply to X. A ne sod ona for ae Ing Mr. Henry Gordon. dent; Miss Ruth vlae, s; to etd
S-- IIy Se- Applt X A e -- -ta f-- sle; Mi s-s ErnestiSane Brooks treasurer; s -
SX. Star ofe $250: will take $150 cash for it. Ap- Mr. C. B. Morris of Port Ingits, is Miss RIto Knight, agent Cpworth Era, P sf a
Sw ,ttle H h Chace, who ha been ply to S. A. Moses & Brother, city. among the arrivals of yesterday at the and Miss Mary Ervlne, organist. ta al
U Uttle Hugh Chace, T. ho has been Montezuma.
a S|dbqulte ill with fever for the past two ROOMS FOR RENT MISION rrUY CLAW
weeks, is IlnprovI. --- Mr. John Anderson, who has been ---- esmab
Elegant furnished rooms for rent at in Chicago for the past three months The mission study class which I. be. by S a
'In "* .Miss D iBes MacKay came up from the Wisteria. Apply to Mrs. H. C. seeing the sights and spending some Ing conducted under the amsplea t -
Woodmar today ta remain in the city Jones. of his easy made celery money, has the W. F. M. Society of the Methoollt Mr. Id
S. with her father until Friday. .. returned to the city and is visiting church, has almost completed the bok, *b l
a PIANO TUNING relatives for a few days. Mr. Anderson "Nearer and Farther Bast." tlM bde Ia
l w I furtni hea wm "fn you for --- will then return o his present home a t of the conditions in the Ma-at Mia
-4 irs. Get one of those ?-Incb Wes- Ten years experience. refm reneat Sanasota. He ?ormerly rested in hammedan countries, with adltial
Stlg housa tans from H. W. Tucker. any music teacher in Oeala, any Ocala for many years, prior to his re- chapters on Slam, Burma and Korea. MmaX rI
musi Lcuea I vuc house in Jacksonville. YPone moval to that place. The'study is proviag very interat- Sh w
r UU Mrs. W. S. Pike and sister. Mrs. E. 228. A. M. Lanfor. city. 1--t lng and arotable and the membelis ilm es an
_:- ,.. -.... -_ P.- Moody are spending a few weeks The prescripton aeportment is the will be ready to take up new study a
,- -- .. ii ,at the Sanches House. St. Augustine. FOR SALE-Parlor suite of furniture main stay of any drugasre. Accuracy. soon as this book completed. Thi We a
for $12.50; cost $60 new: one large reliability, promptness and pure drugs class holds Its meetings at the hoes. wraI-
t. C. Davis & Co., of Jacksonville. cook stove, good order, 85: lots of have made this department of oar of the members and the sodl hoar d Mt pa
will sell any make of second-hand flowers in $10 worth of pots for $12.50. business one of the largest in the is always spent most pleasuntly the W 1N*
typewriter, pon eay terms f desired. W. H. Clark, Ocal country. Send us your orescriptions. ladies present The meeting this week
O N Tydings A Oo. will be held at the bome of Mrs. 0.
Mr. Will Bdwards of Irvine has been Look over our line of toilet prep- W. Martin. Tha i
In the city for several days with his arations. We are quite proud of the Major 0. A Nash Wmi go to Tampa *- -
Sfull brother, Mr. John L. Edwards. fine stock. Perfumes, powders and on the Cth to-attend the court martial A PURSE FOUND ImN-
SOf ripe rom oaps of the finer grades. Tydings & of Captain Moreno. --
Mr. A. M. Browning of Eureka was Company. PBnd, and left at the tar oes, a M.
d1In town today and made the Star of- f There is no better stock of fe lady's purse. Owner can have sa aea
Sfice a pleasant calL Eagles meet tonight. writing papers in the city than we by calling and paying for this ad.
carry. Come In and look It over If -
amr. J. s k of Berln was n you want somethg really nice. Ty- Mr. Ed Cm hal. Weler Carm .
Town today and paid his respects to the Hs ll dings & Cochael and several friends we to t
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There awe cases of ladividual stu-
piUy and there anr combination of
stVapMit. It has been my fate to suf-
ter from m etf these combinations.
In q came It coneisted of a man In
ore and a small boy who hadn't any

Mr. Perktsa, the Juntor member of
the irm where I was confidential
clerk, was the man In love. His
fiancee lived to an Interior town, and
he was continually neglecting the
bseas to go and see her or In de-
voting himself to her when abe came
to town. He was obliged to go abroad
on business, and before going be called
me Into his private office and said:
"Prank, I'm goIng to take you Into
my confidence. I am engaged to be
married, as you probably know, to the
loveliest girl tn the universe. She Is
Miss Octavi Allerton and lives at
B. I shall wish to cable her occa-
slonally and have made a code. of
which she has the key. Now, I don't
wish these telegrams to be inspected
by the whole office force, so I shall ad-
drss them to you. As roon as you
receive one of them take It to the tele-
graph office and send It to Miss Aller-
too. Now, be very careful and say
nothing to anybody, and if you follow
order and handle the dispatches as In.
structed I will see that you are well
aid for your trouble."
I promised to attend to the matter.
and when I left him be felt assured
that he could send messages to his
faneee safely and with secrecy. While
he was on the ocean I received a
wireless memage every few days, and
they continued at Intervals when he
got on land. I took them all to the
telegraph office and forwarded them. '
There was an interval of five days
during which none came, and then I
received one just as I was leaving the
ofce In the evening to go t6 keep an
engagement of importance to myself
n a suburban town. Having Just time
to catch the train, I called Joe. an of-
fce boy, gave him the message with
the proper address and told him to take
It to the telegraph office. "Be very
careful," I said, "to see that it goes
all right. If It doesn't, my head will
come off.
There's seuh a thing as spurring peo-
ple to overdo things. 1 put too mqeb
caution Into Joe. If I had sali noth-
Ing to him he would have handed the
telegram in without looking at It and
nothing would have happened. As It
was, while going to the telegraph of-
fice he took it out of the envelope and
mead It:


Notary, alternative.
Not knowing that It was a cipher
telegram, be at once assumed that
there was something wrong nla it. since
"Notary, alternative," meant nothing
as it stood. He ran back to find me.
but I had gone. He set out again for
the telegraph office, trying on the way
to make sure of the message. He had
heard of blunders of operators In re-
cording messages and concluded this
was one of them. He put a number of
words in place of "notary" lh order to
make a proper reading and finally hit
on the word "another." "Another al-
ternativer meant something. Before
reaching the telegraph office he had
written "another" In place of "notary."
4 The next day a cablegram came from
Mr. Perkins that he would return im-
mediately. He reached America with-
in a week, but went straight to his
fiancee. The next day be appeared at
the ofce. He glared at me as he
passed me, and. going Into his private
room, he sent for me. I saw a check
laying on his desk before him. It
looked ominous. He handed it to me
and said:
"Here is your salary, paid to the end
of the month. We shall not need your
services any longer."
Of corse I asked the cause of my
discharge.
"I sent you a cablegram from Par-
Is," be said. "It read, 'Notary. alterna-
Utive.' He handed me a copy of the
cipher code, the word "notary" under-
lined. It read:
I am very lonely votbout you.
Then he told me to turn to the word
alternative. and I saw that It meant
"love." The whole message read:
rm very lonely without you. lovw.
Meanwhile he was scratching some-
thing on a piece of paper. When I
had read the Interpretation of his
message be said, "Would you like to
know how that message read when it
was received by Miss Allertonu" I re-
plied that I would, and he handed me
what be had written:
I have foumn another leve.
I explained to him how the blunder
occurred, but my excuses made no Im-
pression on him. Turning to his desk.
be indicated that the Interview was

Going out, I met the head of the
firm. "I'm sorry for you. Carter." he
said. "I did all I could for you, but
failed. I couldn't refuse to consent to
your dsmananL Indeed, it is best that
you shouldn't have to meet him every
day. That telegram lost him his girl.
S shed to get rid of him to marry
another man. She took advantage of
It to break her engagezoent by cable.
and before he could get to her she had
engaged herself to his rival You see.
he couldn't endure the sight of you
daly after what has happened."
That's the reason I have said that I
bave suffered from a combination of


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%e Violn Esend. Are a Niimae ht
S. S- thw-l- m Afr .
'Ata.-whbl. ba-ck aOd ieIowmf-
a great msa. in Ste." says
Chuadl PartrMle In "Creo River Ka-
Ta-.- -"They .eh tam place, to
place a military formatlen. Some car-
ry'ther young. others bear food. and
cots and a ghttg eerort are always
on duty. Their column looks like a
log black t mke curving along the
ground. 0
"They leave behind them a well
formed road about four inebes broad
and half an tch deep. worn smooth by
the tread of the counteim throng.
"They do not Ilte when the sun Is
high, but woe betMe the hapks wtght
who comes in their way at other times!
While traveling through the bush you
occaslonaly lad them to pOU@e5so of
a section of the read. Perhaps you ar
ton the mMidt of them before you dis-
cover the prean of your small but
fierce adversary. The first man bitten
yells out something meaning. *"Ware
antsr and we all hurry forward, stamp-
tag vigorously. Those of us upon
whom the little warriors have fastened
tear off our clothes and nip the foes to
death My little black horse always
wanted to turn back when be came to
a column of.ants. My dog Bob,'a na-
five, used to dance like a bear on hot
bricks when the driver ants got be.
tween his paws and bad to be held
down while they were plucked out
'One night I suddenly awoke with a
feeling that something was anlss. Anl
the household pets, such as snakcs.
lizards, ,ta. toads centipeds and spl-
den, seemed to be bestirring them.
selves restlessly. No sooner had my
foot touched the ground than I knew
what It was, for a fierce bite told me
that the driver ants were upon us.
"On lighting a candle I found a col-
umn marching across the floor and I
whole regiment attacking my bed. I
roused the assistant district commis-
sloner, and eventually, using wisps of
burntg paper, we drove out the en-
emy. Fire or hot ashes are the best
means to use for expelling them."


*TB RUN b is lnoft
S rlcm has nev gme beyond t
aove simple staiemiet ofasepture. But
It has illuminated that statement awn
given It a meaning ever broadening with
the increasing breadth of knowledge
When the blood Is "bead' or Impure 11
Is not alons the body which saffen
through disease. The brain is also
louded.'l Baaind and judgesment aren
6*~tedw"nr y a evil deed or Ilipurm
uholK !s4y track d to the




totter, or salt-rheum, hives aud oths
anifestats of pu blood.

In the emrsof scrofulous hwefn,
iUrged glands, open ating ulcers, or old
sores, the Golden Medial Discovery has
performed the mast marvelous cures. ln
cases of old sores, open eating ulcers,
It t well to apply to th open asoe Dr.
Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pOs-
sesesr. wonderful healing poteay whsa
ued as an application to the sres In m-
Junea o with the une al Disovde Medry al
Dcoveryhas a blood esansrlo couesti
tattonal treatment. In your drUNglS
ert hppe All to have ther Al-Swlhich p
Salve' In stock, you can easily procure It
by nclosiwong fifty-four cents te postage
stamps to Dr. B. V. PIerce, 663 Mln St.,
uffa, N. Y. ad It will on to the to you by
return puo Most druggists keep It as
well asi th e eld Medieal DseooMe.l

You cant ablodto h eeep an medicol
of ndamff re mpolma as a suhetltauts
for 'Golden Medical Discovery,- which s

oatn english on Is boetle-wrapper, the
sas beng attested ase oct under oath.
Dr. Plserce' PleaDart Pellete reguMla


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ents wil be found a
mailed fret on
sional endorse -a wam'-a
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medicine instead of tier
down whatever .
POSITION. It askewea
Dr. Pierce's Mdi(7AHer a u
pen of m ag S t .
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PERT FAKAHNAPNL.
SometUimes our friends seem to we*
"verthme to samy mean thMg to au,
maybe we have It eoming to I.

We should not be afraid to trybt de
right.' Most f us do not cd
enough to hurt, anyway. '


We an ie
our share of
trouble and -
doabtadlyarede.

but what mone
of us object to
is having the
share o ear
frla tto. r .


It Is aster for smo people mto M
a good thing to a Smlan that It s to
put a good finish to their work.
9
There are knockers enogh as
In the land to beat any amount t good
material ato shape, m o he am.
As a general rule we are eomeidl
only over those things that we can't
do and those qualities atof wh we
possess little.

Belig of two is an unn rIathe
conditon, asa a e t tetm apt ta
amount to a bill of beans

Unless a woman has fsalh In hr
husband's judgment a maybe Im-
peached for disloyalty to t

The mad rush for wealth is to be


- C cenred primajelaly bese la 1
many eases It s so sdmfay UOcc
fl.

CO IPA ON aI front seat at everything wth
et*e, y~asione s usWd"h4eai .. e while and still press the average
am WaterOR Ihads o an person as being modest, retiring and
2a0m -'4 4athe opposite of self aaertlve and mif
f: rwier.wshi im. Itss _
c -VI -as fre a all tht s|is me i1.T
BL IF UL The Anmaml Prebe
Adjust your wu*-s- cap with -a
And get right down to cases
5o0eNO ,And try your lev bet to be
7hLIIIWh rwAt once In several ptom.
S o every pocket with M uargrem,
Fortum, aa is '.
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UECAT1v 3 And you maust do Nroawe by.

o use to My stead asowen
had wish Yr trewhu eae o ,
For duty. lke a iah wifte, eaMl
The case must be attendeLd.
Soe 5 ~ Go to it like a hero, here
ern.st. tablet esump"n s oCO A eh a do___As ropleg
"mOr~ Y bOwk.Grd up your loibs and do a Job
SerilaUmedCo.,ChMM o0r N.y. lY. Of -ine and fraMed shoppi.
Keep up your courage, let y hemat
Beat stout beneath yo urm jc
DIp In and be a pa t If not
L, ALEXANDER Inoe the racheI
A Bay anythtaec set of bleeha a
A watch or pip In lever.
Practical And hav your trus wr.
ARPETER A AND BUILDER It""- tyou" hav" "ets"as
AndI know the r sap "r IDun.
Careful esumatus m,.e on all fo do your pert. Dm *taet M
contract work. urves more and bet- TaOe oArtser dKaSs to erk
ter work for the money than any jH end at e"e your wwrry.
other contractor In own. say: "Wrap up gifts to that amMt. -
Make haste. I'm I a umrry."
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