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: 09 16, 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 )
 Notes
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: VID03273
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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Plary fond himmif at the forty-ninth
mWddlat
rYoelaoaaw ran low. and the al-
low rn were short Wear
p wele d to their strmnaer broth-
e, aad by exerting themselves to the
tmo t U exporrs were able to
make fair bedway. The lanes of wa-
tSw were M crer c lau.tly, bow-
eer and the b.--,._ grew larger
and wgte. On Apl 21 be called the
Sdal balt in his advance.
ve anbould he reach the pole, be
knew that be would never return safe.
y to thea minland. Turning, the expe.
diti beadd for Cape Morris Jesop
after putting up a lag it the point
trthest north. The chance discovery
eo several mnk oxen alone saved the
party frm tarrvaton Once, too, the
explorer and hs Ekmos were nearly
drowned i o rosig a lane covered
with iNe. It was at the eighty-
fourth paraft that Peary came upon
an unmally Wide lane, and whie
campe waiting for a chance to cream
the le apot Which the party was
athd separated from the main floe
and drifted away for ve day. A cold
map cemeatb It to the main body
the, and on Ice wbich threatened eaeb
moment to break beneath them the
eaploer, their dogs and provislons
qlnpa ot i a lobn Mae and made the
peraloa cramib .
Te amn, with snowshoes on their
feet dld not dare to slp ahead, tat
wer content to auff along while the
blek lee bent beneath them like rab.
be. It was two mile across ths tle-
klsh bImd and tn al ence the party
creIdR. Md they paaed an instant
the Ice would hae gen way beneath
tem, ad rfme would have been Im-
pB1fi Tha 1irqini" ad thn t i
th to t camp m the way no th
taut Peary that pae Ice e the
iuthera -id of a lan movest power
than tit near the pole ad also
travel east. Both i hand Oook put
tha disoery to good ue later.
Pe rs Route.
Thi year hs route Uk that of Dr.
Cook, y i a general way rom Oant
Land northwest He gauged hi Jour-
Set n a rer gauge his aim to a
streg wind. Commander Peary plan-
Med to head for a newly discovered
ilsnd orthweat of Grant Land and to
trke north from there. He figured
that this would give bim leeway i
whib to drift should lanes f war
a"a impede bhi progress.
PWeary iton going through Ban's bay
woked aglast the drift of the ee and
act with IL The ol notn ao the
polar wa was to the efdct that the
pole was so m ufundd by an uneon-
querable ma of grinding Ice that It
msat te detttn of any ship or
h-umn beng to attempt t p
i0uhb or oer It.
SUled July 17, 1W
Peary auled trom Sydney on the
Roovelt. his tanch arctie shlp iut
to withatand earmoun prensures of
the Le, on July 17 1. In the cargo
wm lar quanta is of lookanr
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ROOSVELT.


the Ekimo and the dro i the Whale
soad roo beior and Mall elk
darer to mo s hp to their are
winter quarters oa the north Mide a
Grant Land as In the winter of 190
and t106 The slede work win betin
a February. I ban sfllow the aorth
coat of Grat Land u str wet an
Oape Oohumaba and pomdbly beyond
nastead of leaving land at Point Mone
a 1 did before.
"My course il be weat of
north than before t order counter.
act or allow for the eastetry set of ke
discovered in my last espeditio be-
tween the north coat of Urant Land
and the pole. The attaiment of the
north and omuth poles by AnAlran e-.
pedltions would be worth to tbhie coim
try many time the few tbousanda e.
peoded Jut for the eloer bond. the
deeper patriotism remdltng, when ev-
ery one of the hundred millions of a
can ay tihe tars and stripes foat at
both ends of the earth'a a sad the
whole earth turs about them."
News From Pery.
In the middle of the frelnwIt OCto.
ber word came from the Roorewlt at
Btsh, the moet northern settlemet n
the world. 7O degree 20 mnuta e arth
latitude. It came I the form o a let-
ter from a member of the crew. the
explorer's crew. "We are aow sever
Ing all communeatrto with elibeb,
tlo." the maOr wrote.
"Beet a lies the xreat Ire par
stretebht for a distaane f ~I aM le,
and aalost ts force the startry ttle
RannvWolt has mw wte a w w ms ft



Me woman who -ha paW1l-rel --b
aches, -ba -ahesre y
pot or Ifoator danin Wbefon
her eyes, wIng distrem or heavy
fu ll feellag a ata pells. drag.
glaagl In lower abdominal r
Pel c easly startled or ateAd,
or paiul od withr with.


snown tom ical science for the cu e o
woman's piasllar allments enter Ito Il
sompoutlm. No alcohol, harmful, or
bIt-for c drug bs to be found in th
t of f wdieant printed on each
bttle-wrapperan attested under oath
In any condition of the female system,
Dr. Pierce's Favorte Precription cao di
enly good-never ha Its whole e
b to o wtan, v rate and nula
the whole female s ad especall
the pelvic oragsa. these ae dgi-
ranged In functionor afeed byis
the stomach and other gan of die
become sympathetially draed, th
mrves a weakened, a a long l- I a
bad, uplimmt symptom ia Ti
much mus not tbe exeted of thisa Fa-
rite r eiptoo Itw a perf a
Miracles will not ceun tr-am ao -amd
WOe O It Wa often wnt them. If
taken In tim

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Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St Joseph. Toung
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car fully Trained along Phylscal, Intel-
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St Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida


Ld fat few dktn te, called tue rea
Ujthe 8t it
"We wll th tranaprt our ood
and other appie to Potit Ulas by
meIa of twity* ve dog teams. *e
expect to be to a poaltlon to make the
dash to the pole by February. The
country here i alve with gam We
bave 200 dogs. magnalcet tbrtes.
Neer tn all my experience have I
been so wael 8atided with the spirit
o the canes as on tbb voyage. It
It is pomlbe to reach the pole thre
stdy ftedas are certain to take u
though.
Whale Meat Fpr Dga
To feed the dogs we took thirty
ta of whale eat aboard at Labra-
dor. Many strange sees are elated
on the deck of tmh Roosevelt, and oe
ea Imageto what It means 1i the
way of nole and aecbo with 200
dogs and ,thty BEsdoma w t hir
women and children all takg up a
poelton on the deck of the craft"
It was at Btah that Peary fe ito
with Rudolph Francke the only other
white man who accompanied Dr. Uook
on;*the at part of his expedItIo.
Paery laded coal ad suppes for
the relIef of Dr. Cook, "who had not
yet retrm.- He also sent Francke
home, at tUe lter's requoet, a board
the bri.

PLANTING THE FLAGS
AROUND THE POLE

Battle Harbor, Labrador, SeptL 1.-
Commander Robert E. Peary convers-
ed further yesterday with represen-
tatives of the Associated Press re-
garding his journey to the North Pole.
He spoke particularly of the flags he
raised at the pole, and the records he
left there, and touched again on some
of the assertions credited to Dr.
Frederick A. Cook.
Commander Peary said when he
reached the pole the first flag to be
thrown to the breeze was a silken
American emblem presented to him
by his wife fitted years ago. He had
carried this flag on every one of his
expeditions to the north, leaving a
piece of it at the highest point he at-.
talned. The last remnants were rais-
ed and left at the pole. The explorer
then raised the navy ensign flag of
the Navy League, then the flag of the
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and
finally the flag of peace.
Tent poles and snow lances were
used as flagstaffs and when all had
been raised the commander took sev-
eral photographs of the grcup. He
then buried records In a water tight
box in the Ice.
He said he knew nothing of the
statement from Danish sources that
he had posted a notice on the Green-
land coast to the effect that Cook was
dead.

THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM
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The Hebrew euts ems O a thaa
whom there rem m beom paie w-
wher a have been dlamle tA in eb-
erving thef New Tear. 1 el do.-
ed teir stores lat agt at S dlck
and -thoe me wig he PMe # Or he -
O ooh at at p.m. T mseelng
selltose -service were bild la the
Kh-./bl8"vr vow6 bw i-al tbe
as wge a, Mr. L S tbwes mS the
mdor. The tolloed a s dinner
man saesi wlsas usa--tr MIs is Ia dy
The Hebrews who aed their
p" s of bIms s wenss M. isel &


Je Brown and NI. LGoulob The
easing eft those s bese. he.s madeO
tde tow look dedusdly a gearl-like
today and it tbata e ever te pros-
P atO It presoooented, ve wor ma ed
Story Slad by Jo R .I Dwfy of the
Slto Dread th Phiadalphi banker,
Soe years ag
Drexel had a p t ealth and
waskbngs for' sa plee hfr le.t-
m-n. He lhad us taken a trip thru
MsaJee and was areao -i 1 P
with a y utre pnemdradl In the
eebm-uet t of new lines of rgkad,
maksan eutg or ntao P etmeon o a
raw matera l Wth thse wa bgt In
id, sas his retarq em he rm-
mamed e o a at itt trop utoants
ad ordered him to proesed to Mexfio
soed a rer there and gve that
ceantry his undivided attentim.
Te employs did se he w bid and
Is due m an remptd amd maid he
was ready to report. Hs flt state-
ont said that there were no He-
brews ti MeIco and that lamo was
a suftslet reason tr P to report
adversely a the pia tfor Mr. Dreel
to aIvest his mfnim n Mexico.
However, the ~.4ldtlk- on the sr-
faees seen by Mr. Dreal to enter-
tats acb a project. This statement
made, Mr. Drexel Iremarke, "To
need proceed no further; I now see It
a you do, aad we wlB dtop the mat-
ter.
Whetwe rmaet what theHebrews
named bi this notleo Nave been to
Oeasl all Its interests ot heart and
ead ad hand we would indeed be
suny to have P else their plka
4 bainems good ad theoh this
asM baed race have r e d at
the hand of many people aaulpt
Unme are surean sly eeain aInto
ti on -ad l no place that we
know o a there a 'more public
sted md epr entatlv clam than
the Hebrw of Oala.

Word was receive here today of
the death of Mr. and M. Walter
Rays little oa, who has been des-
perately Il for a week This is the
eeoad child to die In the family In
two weeks. In the great grief and
arrow that hasa eme to this family,
the Star eaxteaa Its sympathy.

Mr. A Huater, bookkeeper for
the Iso chatta Phosphate company, at
ehatta, who was brought to Ocala
Sunday for medical attention and
placedIn the home of Mr. Reynolds
at the toot of North Main street, died
this morning and his remans are' ew
at the Melver & MaeKay undertaking
parlors, awaiting the arrival of the
motlr of the deceased from Mount
Igsanat. Ten, where the r mai
wlb he taen. li brother is eect-
edrtoftht. Mr. Hunter was about 20
years of o am gle and a most estl-
mable yoiga man, whose sudden death
is re y deplored.

Mr. Jo n Rogers, the Lynne turpen.
tte operator, was ia today tay and
repeated his brother. Charles down
with fever and that hi father, Col. R.
P. rs, been aristing Rev.
N' ewt Pi u er at Ant Laey In a
gent revival moettin at tLt place.


t a. na Mrs. W. D. Gamble and
iss Moake Hood eame up this tore-
n oos in tLher auo tto witn the game
o ball this afternoon. Mr. Oamble
protests imlast theO aMer la which
be pubie Wds are kept. He saM
they were frly littered and blocked
ith trees and have been or a moth
more. J. W. Davis ot wmmerfield
who was In tow today, rroborates
Mr. Gambes statement d they cal
i Cmmhraentr Pocter to see that
sf roads a repaired.

Mr. a. havage has int returned
sm a tr tto Polk county to look at-
tr lead matters. He sa hisa father
was wel pleased with hds new po-
tlem a assistant editor of the Bar-
,tow Rer sad he and Mr. George
Mat s the editor were d~ng well.
Mn savage experts to go to Balt
i ge i& a hw deam d resume the
in Mg ef Mr.. Nafs saw mill
at amt aW '
Mr. msus, the hIarna repairer
at T"Ma t & CoeB stable has
( adifjstty to the ank d eom-
fart of hs home oa North Main street
by e addis n a a pomk aad paOit-
a the buildingM etc

Mr A. Gr. gm. Qme of Daneiom is
J havg completed the aest rest-
l ia that city. Messr. Melver
Masay of this idty building the
hoem which will be completed and
tared over to the owner lasde of a
weet. Melvr & Maclay have Messrs.
M. Dk. eh yaw uad others of
their ecorative force there working
en 0- Interior of the build.


As signs the t Commercial Bra
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Weir.


rent, a completely furnished.
cottage on east side of Lake
Apply at Star office.


TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Center. N. Y, 0. B. Burhanx
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble by taktin two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and aft.r
tour years I am again pleased to state
that I have never had any return of
those symptoms and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
Remedy will do the same for you. Sold
by all drugists.

SPECIAL hARLY BREAKFASTS
Then wtdhran etra early break
futs can get same at Sbe Elk Cafe, an

IT SAVED HIS LEG
"Al thought td lose my ler." writes
J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Ws., "Ten
years of ecuema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It sound
and wel" Infallible for skin eruptions.
ecsema, Malt rheum, bolls, fever sores,
brns, scalds, cuts and piles. 25c at
all druggists.


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We ofer One Hundred Dolla Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
ant he eared by Hairs Catarrh Cam.
P. J. Cbeney & Co,
Toledo 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable an all
bases transctlons and financally
able to carry out any obllgatis made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholeale Druggists Toled, O.
Hals Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
aly, acting upon the Mood and mu-
eoaa surfaces of the system. Testi-
moials sent free. Price 76c per bot-
tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hais
Family Pill for couastpation.

THE COLORED PERSON-
WAS ALSO THERE
The latest report about the pole
was given to the Associated Press by
Mathew Henson, Peary's colored ser-
vant. He says that Peary, himself.
(Henson) and four Eskimo reached
the pole and slept there one night.

KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill It by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
aad bowels, preventing that clogging
that Invites appendicitis, curing con-
slipation, biliousness, chills, malaria,
headache and Indigestion. tc at all
druggists.

SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE
A 40 scbolhaship In the Stanley
Business College, of Thomaslille, Ga.,
for sale for $10. Apply at the Star
offce.



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by the aid of crutches or a cane? Un-
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deformity-if your trouble is rheuma-
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anything of like nature use Ballard's
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throw away your crutches and be as
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Sold by all druggists.

FURNISH EDO OTTAGE
AT LAKE WEIR


from a three weeks' business trip in
the north,
The T. L (Temperance Iadles)
gave a sociable party to its young
members on the 15th.
The Bellevlew ball club are to play
the Levon club at Belleview on the
18th.
We are informed that there is some
slekness among those living on ham-
mock land west of town. The writer
does not know of a case of sickness
In the corporate limits of the town.
or among those living in the piney
woods. The land is rolling and there
is no stagnant water.
It is said a certain Ocala man who
owns a fne automobile, a few even-
lngs ago imitated the foolish virgins
who had no oil in their lamps, by try-
ing to run his auto without gasoline.
Result, hot bearings, a stop half a
mile east of the railroad station; la-
dies entertained at a farmer's house
until a messenger could from the
still telephone to Ocala and have
another auto bring gasoline, and al-
low the stalled auto to proceed on its
way to Lake Weir. .E

NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND


It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years
a severe lung trouble gave me Intense
suffering." she writes, "and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said I was
Incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis-
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that I have not been


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"THE 80UL KIr

A Caustei Cria mti by ALhet M.
Wiliamem
Just as the name would imply "The
Soul Kie" Is an absolutely immoral
and Indecent play.
or all the swindles we have ever
seen on a Jacksonville stage, well
have to throw the lime on this. But
the modern erae for something com-
mon and vulgar was fully satiated at
the Duval Theater at those two per-
formances yesterday, matinee and
night.
Such degenkracy is truly appalling.
If we ever went to Pat Chappel's
negro dive on Bridge street, we might
expect such depravity, but confess we
did not believe anyone could have the
brazen effrontery to stage sudh a
thing for the delectation of the young
boys and fourteen-year-old girls of a
civilized community.
Why of course they ore there. We
mean the audience; the house was
literally packed, and all sorts and con-
ditions of men (and women, too) were
there.
Little girls and old maids and all
the rest. The Savannah News of yes-
terday In Its roast of this play says:
"The scene of 'Maxims' in 'The
Merry Widow' has been regarded by
many as a rather daring piece of bus-
iness. But because Is it artistic It Is
a Sunday school tableau as compared
with that thing called "The Soul

But why blame these poor unfor-
tunate women for the low, sordid
thievery and corruption of men who
place them in such plays to rob and
swindle our people.-Floridlan.

A BURGLAR IN TOWN
ts name is "bad congh." He doesn't
care for any gold or silver but he will
steal your health away. If be appears
in your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, It may
mean consumption If ypu don'L'A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 25c, 60c and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.

TERRIBLE WRECK
IN TENNESSEE
Eight Rairad Men Killed in a Head-
On Cllision
Nashville, Sept. 1.-As a result of
a head-on collision between a pas-
senger train and a fast freight train
on the Nashville. Chattanooga and St.
Louis railway west of Pegram station
yesterday, eight men were killed and
another seriously Injured. Others are
reported to be more or less injured.
No passengers were killed. The
dead are all trainmen. Shortly after
the wreck the cars caught fre.

HEALTH AND VITALITY
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and
blotches like Foley's Orino Laxative.
for indigestion, stomach and liver
trouble and habitual constipation.
Cleanses the system and is pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.



An Ocala Man Imitates the Fo*lish
Virgin*
Z. D. Halnes of O'.o, passed a few
days at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Louis Weihe.
Some twenty-five young people
passed a very pleasant evening on the
10th at the home of Marie Weihe.
There were games, music, singing,
Ice cream, etc. The fact that Miss
Welbe became 17 on the 9th was not
known to the young people until after
they assembled at her home.
Sam Barrett and family, who left
Belleview to engage in the lettuce
business at Sanford, have moved beck"
to Belleview Barmett Intends raislntg
lettuce. etc.. In Summerfield. He says
this county is good enough for him.
Frank Washburn and his mother,
Mrs. Washburn who have been quite
sick In Ocala, spent the Sabbath In
Belleview. There la no more health-
ful place In the state than Belleview.
with its pure air and beautiful oaks.
* There Is a decided change in public
opinion about hogs running at large.
Many whites and negroes that for-
merly favored their doing so have
changed their opinion, and will change
their vote when the proper time
comes. It provokes a man to plant a
crop and fild 10 or 15 hogs In his field
eating the crop that has caused him
so much labor and expense.
O. M. Gale returned on the 12th


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THE BG STOCK REDUCTUSAL WiH
Is to every rsemr Tie Sale 4dUir I I a i Mi
bes ds tade aut weluhave ever ,Iu ia
IstMO row e am medaywe i drlhve i
, --pr .-my w we sbl lm to nave Aga ii
s we ow have plety of clerks o wr everbdp
yowr almeti to a few 'Spedals" C
ymr ie ta our last iven m al -....
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Dry Goods


Yard wide Tafetta Silk, assorted colors, $1.25 quality,
at only .... ... ............ .... .......... e
46-inch Mohair, assorted colors, 75c quality, at -
only.......... ...... .. .... .............4
Suesine Silk, assorted colors, sells for 47 l-2c, mao
price only ...... ...... ...... ...... .....2W
Brown Dress Linens, good grades at upward from 14e
A large asortement of White Dress Goods, sultablse tor
Waists and Suits, that sold for nearly double, to gi
at upward from ................. ...........
36-nach White Linen Lawn, worth 40c, at only ....21c
36-inch White Linen Sultings, worth 50c, going at_
only .... ..... ............ .. ... .... .... 24
90-inch Linen Sheeting, suitable for ladles sults, at
only ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... .... 4
Colored Dress Lawns that sold up to 15e, going in this
sale at ............... ...................eg
)ress lawns In assorted colors, going at upward
from ...... ...... .............. .. .. 4.
49-tnch White Lawn. good quality, -16 value at only I e
36-Inch Percales in the newest shades, fast eolon,
only . .... .. .. ... .......... ... .
40-inch White Lihaerie, very nice, wortl 2ce at
only .... ....... ..... .. ....
White Cross Barred Nainsooks', good quality, at only .e-
Colored Madras, suitable for children's dresses at
Only ...... .................. .... ......e
Arnold Colored Satines (known a broadcloth) worth
20c, at only ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .. e
Simpson's and American 3-4 Percales, the best made,
worth Sgo, at .............. "...... ...........e
28-inch Unbleached Sheeting, worth Sc, at only .....
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheeting, good weight, e values
.at only ................ ...... .... .. .5 4e
39-inch Unbleached Sheeting, very nice qullty,. l-e
good,' .. ....;....J. .; ....... .......... 0 4ce

onlyof ...... .. .\. :. ...... .... .......
Amoskeag Ginghams, good for aprons, 8e quality t.
only ...... . .... 4. ..... . ..... .. 4 Ba ,
OJpro. Ginghams, thin but serviceable, Sc goods, at. -
only ........ .. ... ... . ..... .. ... .... 4 1-
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, sells for 25c, at only ....19eo
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 33c goods, in this sale only 23e

WE HAVE A LARGE IJNE OP DREU OOD8 AND IN THU


altar or Bw Stra oey 3 or ... .
*aot j' or ........... I .'

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AL E !PROUI inAVR UMsALMb iMs
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to i .M selig uP to laJ S which w lo ... At ?A
Another good lot lias s all wool w arted ie -
I' very" kti t style; ate e.balt taw rea.e ;

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as well as before it began. The short notice given of this Sale is proof oonolnsive that the plble has ';
learned to know that when we say "SPECIAL SALB" it really um that we have redufHiu c r.
to rock bottom for the occasion. .


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seeds just received. Wm. Anderson, Edinburgh, Sept. 1--Tulloch Cas-
druggist and seeasman. Ocal, Fla. tie, Dingwell, was the scene yesterday
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M o thet.. the profeaoml ad sMemeful m d wies of
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A fr upply of the celebrated
o-pbrt hosry for women hes
bei recefte at bshrs.
SHim I giii lli Mrs. rank Wetherbee and little
daughter returned from their outing
at Seabreese this afternoon.
Phone a for you prescriptions. We
ca ell ad deliver them. The Court
CARRIES A iARG C Poh--
SCa 5. B. Martin of Mos Bauff sad
W U Sil AN Bl ID Mr. Dell Moody, who s employed b
/ I Mr. Marta, were n 'town today.

QO a. a c. Davis & a of Jaeksvia
0 will sell make of second-haad
RR N T U typewriter, upe easy term It dealred.
rU RN II U Mr. Canon of Wlldwood was in the
city yesterday, visitlng his daughter,
AND Mrs. L Pyn
AND M
Sot forest taat you can and say.
l PIImll U ulll 1 A I ai m thlag yos wat ta crockery uad oga.
S~wure ant the Oalk News Co.
S- W rMMiUNISNIS 0 ALL INSa
I[ -.- --" __n Mr. 0. 0. Maynard came up this af-
t ,ur ,C"tern ag from the mOla st Roci
a IMKi C Rr u.1 lid
ft wP C!I1 i m I-k a W .Mr. W. M. G.reeneaf of Croom. was

I If-- Hl--, . ... -' - "
O,'h ou p ft w ad _i D 3t a o the Montezuma yesterday
S... C. Davi a e., o Jackagmvlr ,
.. i ta ca I- t U d -uidiers and hadle t ilk typewriter ribboen Tse-
C; __ dk\ I &lm swum $ad"_ k_ au;ea $7.5 per aml
We Ol S-r y g Messrs. 0. W. and J.W ReaCan,
S the BrookviltUe hard wood men, were
I pw~.I 1 l Tn liguests of the Monttesu* last nalght
Three cents wfl ih you lor ten
Sious. Get a of those "a-ch Wee-
tshon u er ta m H. W. Taer.
E.' *sA IThe metal cela for the Manroe &
Chamblie- Bank to be tn received and
i e w-a O, commee next cwek
oc"- "'R--ve yo a the new visOble Pfy.
oles typewriter? I, C. Davis & Coa,
general agent.
i NThI Ho e Miion Hsoety meets
Sto morow afternoon at o8: at the
SMethodait c wrch.
*T m28 .lal T AIMrs. Mae Bnghanm. after a week of
LWBdl1Uf V mIe etrs slcknest, Is able to be up sad at her
%of Cntral nFlordia work agn
l o f,'- Mr. D. McIver ownt down to the
iM ..u... C"" bI n Y C b- water too to bring his
wife wd babybako bowa-
l r al a P.rick came In today fr
l @NOW .fl t Le. Ib M Jd A O Domlke and reports an o Qoet iLn
^^^^B - '^ ^ -k,-_ W_ -W- --^ a i 1 a Btat
^ U ~I~ b U f *MAP Mayodr Kib'er of Dunnellon gen-
n snai mW er anger for the Buattgenbach
il Pam.... t hosphate Co, was ai town today.
I d Mr. Bunter, repreetin- the Back
POn sc--hool Interests, wasa in town to-
^ *d d N 0 1d W k d day, ite rOWv ewiBgrpt amon.
H. W. Tompktins a liveryman from
& -
hLeesr, wa in town today callun
I G-I'ChI &f hia other. D. W. Tompklna.
J. M. Liddell merchant and post-
Smaster at Santoes was la town today,
d. K-- -L tocking up,
1u. J. N Br ina min we carry a fan Une of
*R aU4ER.ri. afforft and Cartera inks; also
tesatala pena trom 1 up. at the Oala
News Comarn.

S. MUB W AIT a d M J W ad chlld-
fW W-m i T W- MRa m MBrd M Faer of sl AUe.reld.
C W O CBOI. BO BLOCK. OCALA. LORIA. wee Suests of the Campbell House
today.


Sat-- --is e -
bski Sha eet ommir.w aL
iW- ker a'Olga ALe at llartS.
mint a eam at the Ocala New Coe
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B. Sth at Conewr ras In tow
today.
Mr. c. J. PhlUllp returned home
today.
iem. A. B. aud D. B. Kbler of
Dumnel. were i the city today.
zacl wil meet every Wedmesaly
evening af tehl.
There were 3 arrivals at the Mm-
tesumo yesterday.
Have yu seen the picture pumle
post eards at the Oeasl News Co?
Mr. W.- Armour of EdSelld wa
a guest at the M n-rra yesterday.
Mr. C. H. Mmsm e Michigan is at
the Motesuma.
Iase-V.ioke T~ a u, ge. the oe0
t the Pustle Drtumtr..
Mr. A. T. Thomas came up from the
mlues this afternoon.
My. Bater Morraso om of veres,
Is a guest of the Oeala Homue.
SMr. B. D. Morris of Apalachlcola,
a guest of the Oeala House.
Mr. Kyle Wartmsa of Citra was a
guest hlat niht of the Moatemma.
The Star regret to hear that MiK
loise Aioak i Ic1 vlkwh ppedlcth.
Fresh abpment o Bede Mead
sweets jst received at the Court

Mr. E. I Maloey, proprietor of the
Ocala Hose, coatlnues very 1 in his
rooms at the hoteL
Miss Marie Hubbard and Master
Oeorge Peltha have returned from a
eltmi* vieft to tark


..l3 s ad sdubur--bat it Is e spla Leot the 8tar otee print and peror- Drugstor.
good for pUe. Sld by all ggsts ate yu loose lea sheets for your in-
VALUABLE KS voice ledgers ad bill bead stems. Mrs. C. Strickland and children
VALUABLE We are prepared to do the work of the Psimetto Park Stock Pm,
-They U. be in-Every Hemshl. will leave Saturday for White Sprtm g
e n 0Eve Hem olONCE A F AINT DREAM where they will visit relatives.
Are Hnighy Ru*ild l BUT NOW A THRILLING REALITY
Their Title a : "What a Ton Mr. William Debom came up from
Boy Ought to Know"; -What a You Youn can positively have your shoes SL Petersbuar today ad reports that
Man Ought to Know-; "What a Toun re-soledand Sanied o f to look like his child that has been ery Ill, with
Husband Ought to Know"; "What a new, by an electric stitchng ad f- tphoid ever, t on te read to .r
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a fishing machine. D. W. Goodwin. Shoe- ovy.
Young Girl Ought What Oe a., t door et to Kw""; Wha t maker Ocala t oor est to
a Toung Woman Ought to Know"; Montezuma HoteL. Coo uan Frank .. ak .of For-
."What a Toa Wife Ought to Know"; -- Ida has gone to Washingto J to aJo
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to President Tatas party.
These books were written by emi- Equ table O d
nent persons, well quald for the syin. t win wear away when
task and are worthy of any one'sa uey notice symptoms t y
time to read especially perso Itobld STsie ss
whom their title refers. They tell of 91 U ICI blTaker trouble ney. This s ak
the origin of lie and Its sacred re- stop the Fdole o te K valley .Itr anm
tio and are commended by noted he rbi oti it
persons. male and female. No &rent b lckadcero, rheaumat keey atn
K1;rdda atoWMs SNb rl^=? So
tan bestow a worthier or bla cdd- of painr weakness ads trob
medable gift to their daughter o d of appear. b ad r a
am S TONOEWT IN THE WORLD"
Rev. IB. Warren, t,-he former he- MLTENG I IN AE WORD
loved pastor of the Oala Baptis -- PAINTI
church has given these works highest MI PORIDA COIrnPtuN, -
eo uendation sad urges parents tto e Aen t a oI1,-- am ,so -_r-a- - my 1
buy them for their boy and girls. a m, atle w_____g.o matter a
does Rev.Rev H. r Gabby. Rev. R. RH. s ll a be the 3
Barnett and Rev W. H. -Colea P. .ay b. I hlve the t dal&'
A. Bone. a worthy young man. prepar. W i J right,|T HI I id n to m ld i '
Iag for the ministry, IW soliciting for VYL 1 I AR UL B'it ilr- gedim hbad a In
these valuable volumes and we trust Varnisn d letter l and
he will be kdly ad lberall rece- IT I8 MY TIME TO DIE psinti. Taste s a gs I- s---
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STEADUANS 8INS FINE STUNTS r n |
--" -ibf th-er aenrs that w fn ne tab w
the steoma, aew appear nlght or th atiion
ly at the Air Doem, comprieo about ew r pe to L ed
the best vaudeville attratend ever that har r1-.. g
hown n this ty. They have some- o, ...... t ..a t w-h -"
thing new every evemn and it Is all By Crean Fr tm we havAMt bwir ss h
of the bet qa y. to Yu the pay e arsen a th a a
Among the patur hawe tonight tO Itd Drl. YOU Py whe lmt m ars
wll be SIhermck Htaie No. r" and .. es. .s, a i j a
"The isHto al Pa" (bnd painted). no moe fol aIt tha m Otbr an e e i rl t s i
both very ne. 'CmL t as thec Hih .. A-- M A d sight l a -_ 4a
in a thr lng sauject. whlis 'Objec- igh ducdet, rtnu. V- d at oufi i
tions Ovcrc a Strong D tha- wl0l a -eq -Ia- n t a t.
are tmygmaph that will tabs an the yJ poUnd of it gUr tuo tat a weM I heeagltdag.
must offtI te idea of ri lbs.1
t blid =to"* a e re. teed to be the be"t hat 11 sudeb V0
It hi4de fair topaPleasant evening t oi vers the am s e
and you cant a pleaaer place wu 1ve te nl-0i lLa it w f
to spend it tan the Air Dome. Can be made fIrom soft s a d s I$ $ owe011 11
ICE sox FOR SALI wier whet. Sold ex. bser A11111
pr sale, a larguee boee eat S luieselys by bye aimsiw a s
will sell for $10, ash. Stable fr a No. 18, praei y t
large famiUy or boarding houe. Ap- our No. 17, only a to'sa
ply at tar oMcee. r T car. ad will sa lli abht $14
We want your re wrk ll hold th a t te a n
and are prepared to ofer yen the most a whiilr We wflV have- I sa0
s-ked ph armla tsl te p GOROCE Y ru-nbout. 2.uw dw -
-ras to -me-- onde them. Ty Ing mat -- -a--s- t, k-ar t. e
company. cl do ed I we u e
llr 1~ Mary chtb"41m i 01 1
WANTED-Aa Intellient boy. 12 to WOOOMAR"-- OR RENT drir. at I1- tires; a4M -
16 years *o to act as ofes hboy and to say to the pamie that as ara
lear the bulnes. Apply at em to GOODWIN BUNGALOW-PranlI- p nta t- r o u -lN s
Ocala Lumber and apply company, ad: modern plumabin; rannm water; thiaa ~ ~ n aaL .gna o
Ctatt banag. acetryee gas. I per wee. frleads for past fvws, a
AFRYLE COTTAGB-FuPrnshed; vry r no .u
Mrs. Na y Eagletas ow bar Pre running water. 85 per week, OCAU a" IN =
Mrs.. Mr Eag .S. .. bin S BgaIR VI.A^To. ret ;eOc tober
little da tr. Margaret, have 1. for the water; furnished; running r I eI.
rented their ome on Okinwaha ave- w 1f o er- frsd r nig
awe, ha;e taken room for the wIntermbi; c e Ma Adenge IAealn w l
at the Campbe roemse. f win pw mo Monday for .hlonrah Va, to ar
at the ampbe Hs vd oodrow. RaIdoph-Meo 1 ge for ya ag
Holiw Block, Ocala, h n. woS sa It il h a -
Mr. rnest MeLna was recently op- Women. She sy ite wl be h am-
erated on la Jackeawr t or appen- . e to ea t tle C aL t* A La
dieti. Mr. MeIU Uorerly r6~ale HANDLEY nOUSE FOR RENT will be e C-miatad to Jackam-s
In this citryMALd 11 man ly -idb -n by her s Ws, C C. M
in thn city and hiTe Aan. ftl.a h The o. Handle t nd f j i Mai gLt le IlJs
Sowi hm hemw b with to seb l, opt g to be w r-.
Mra. Ethel Oaeld will o to Jack- Imp leot d a l -ll = thenr i tea the yar.
sonville next week to resume her hbs- b hes, wsted n thr wrd w high
pital duties. Se is studying to ha a M l bai rent or sal. A Dr. W. H. Dodt. who bes basi
trained nurse ply to Da SL Weedrw He Jackseavi e the last fe wee. wa
trained neurs. k la. -preach t St. A ustine 8 ab
then return to Oeab.
Mr. Lois Lanw I home from hell FRPESH ELM the
Island. He ald his wife and baby --Mr. ohn Dewey reird y-sor-
were so de lgted with the weather We have In our fresh supply i re- day a oae the a s athe
and the conditions there that they sle garden and flower eeqs for tal Monteauma Hotel Mr. Dww Ia
would remain longer. planting. Tydnlra Co. born bonitace and did a great wor
Mr. ames s asag *a" M --- renovating the hote wMr. Dee
ter Tamp. wo hae beend visit AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE t not full decided what e wl do in
ter d nS wOcaa a tows dam -al the Immedate future. but the Btur is
dfen ato t le few dayul, went A ive-passenger automobile, two- pleased to hear that he is not to leav
down towhe tnheyto wl rem cylinder, chain drive, In rst-classu Oeala and may become a xtnre in
day when they wll retr bditnand everything complete r oar lty. which we tt wl be the
There is nsoae law agns any sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R. case. The best wishes of the Star go
There Is o game law I aglin ab y mydi with Mr we.
oa hunting for PLAN'S CHILL Tylss h Mr. Dewey.
TONIC. Its guaranteed to cure ma-
lar. utal"ls nd pever. Price s cents HARNE MENDED Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Colema
~ rerb no b O Utchildren have aone to Cdar Keys to
pr bottle. your deer; hel Hanes of all kind ended or nw visit Rev. Walker for several w
probably know. parts made where dared. Also awera school openr
ling done. Apply to J. S oa at er ope
Hevenston and Pasteur re giving Tompkins. Cobb's stables. r,. nd M W, L Denh.. r-t
the tront of their store and awning a l married and who have been vriit
coat of paint, which brighteas It up CORD WOOD FOR SALE Ing friends n Florld sand Georgs,
woderfully. I will sell 400 to 0W cords of best returned home yesterday. After re-
quality wood at Montague station for malning a few days i this ety, the
Sheriff George Carter of Citrus $1.M a cord at deott. Address C. L will leave for Gaiaeavgile, their frre
county, was In town yesterday On f- F-ogletrom. Montague, FIa hoon. They had a vry l.iah
cial business, and stopped at the Woneymoon.
Montesuma. HAIR WORK DONE
All kinds of hair work done. Satis- Britt Sanders, the clothing marh-
Mrs. R. R Carroll and little Merris, faction guaranteed. Harriet H1l, 212 ant, returned t a business trip to
who have been spending a month at North Magnola street. Holder today and ay things are Mok-
Woodmar, returned bome ths maorn- ing up in that phosphate seetioa, a
Ing. MOUSE TO RENT two railroads are beading for tat
On Port Itng avenue, one of the most place, namely, the 8. A. L gaa
Mr. and Mrs D. Mclver, Mis modern and convenient residences in south and the Tampa Norten om-
Bettle Wray Melver, little Frances the city. Apply to 139 brt King av- Ing north from Brooksvle.
and Mrs. Melver's father, Mr. McIn- enue.
tosh. returned this morning from their Mr. Maurice Rbhelauer left this af-
summer home on the north side of THE BEST PROr.uiCON ternoon for Tamps and Saturday will
Lake Weir. where they have been for Not a sle 'phone has burned in a leave that city via the M lory l ia
the pI several months. koae n Ocala. A telephone is better for New York.
than Insurance. In'ase of burglars or
Mr. J. 8. Lseh returned a few days Ire you need quick action. You gat Mr. C. N. Orilfn of Orlando, a part-
since from Bristol, Tena, where he that day or alght with a telephone. ner in the naval stores bstness with
has been visiting for some time. Mr. Residence rates, 33 per quarter in ad- Mr. J. W. Jackson, is at the Monte-
Leach will return home in a few days. vance. Oeala Telephone Co. suma.
We are showlag the beat tc. box of TO BE HAPPY J. C. Harrlon, collector for the
arndylU wa r nth e ee'rue you must have ood health. You can t Thee-Zhry Furnte C,, ad B
nourt quater d*th t Sr have god health if your liver Is not J. Hr e. of Luddlm BDate5 5k
r qsutoe, ti dong it duty--low but sure poison- onville, are tklr in Antheony today.
ag ia golng on all the time under such
Sfcircumstances. Ballard's Herbine Mils May Stein spent the afternoon
pui. Topih les f n the work of makes a perfectly healthy liver- as a guest of Mrs. Iarbtidge at t
pattin a tiled aoor in tib Mtesryd- keeps the stomach and bowels right Montesuma hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
m Holtel o w very de- and acts as a tone for the entire sys- bridge of Jacksonville hav beea at
srable improvement tem. Sold by all druggists, the MoneumPaa several weeks, Mr.
Harbridge being engaged oa the later-
DeWtts Little Early R t BA WA ED or decorations of Mr. ClWIt Campsu
safe, sure, easy tle little liver At tk h ut of the Florida Plw hom.
pills. The original Carbolised Witch le
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play stamped on every b It LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND ILL ancy imported chinaa many di-
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CHAPTER V.
rWEr bred mended Mirt
Booksa observed to her
husband that she did not
udeMsltnd her mother
sa awe than her mother understood
her she had xpremed exactly the
mental reatimo t which they stood
toward eh other. Mr. Harris was
me of those w aeme occr ftaly to be
st with who cootlane to treat their
srewue soOB aand espealy thetr
gwanmp dachteras as children and
feel it --gtIwbt upon them-nay, con-
ider it their bound duty-to Inter-
era with advice and comment in the
nastral proPre of domestic sophis-
tscatim of their young wedded off-
sprin. Moreover, she was a woman
wholly lacking in tact and depth of
dmid and prssessed to an exaggerated
*emre that *qulckmnd of reason.
anty.
Mrs. Harris and Ma Beth Harris
wwe out for a ride with Captain Wn-
Uama, who accompanied them, and all
were In atomoble tmee. Her mother
and sister grted Emma efflsively.
Their escort extended h hand. but
Mrs. Brooks was too mueh occupied
for once In rmspondng to her parents
embrace to note it. He stalked tn
with rude familUarity without remor-
taI ies automobile cap, upon which he
had pushed up hs goggles and found
bameif fae to face with Smith.
"Helol TYour hm he e sald by way
t greetlna. greatly surprised to see
his suptlnadent there on that above
"Ta.a," replied Jiay. "Tm ben
*-t to tak a berth he," runt-
Shis employer, looking round for the
mast comfortable chair and eItalUng
hielt n tt. "Yu're always around."
"Mcuh as possible," admitted Smith
tranquf, remaining sbtandi "How
do you fnd ym r new carr
"Good enough. Cost $,00O-ought to
be good-o.ht to be."
Mmr. Harrl and Beth bustled In
throwln opem their automobile coasts
sad disalosa Very handsome gowun
tht e ate nt strangly with mma's
poo Ittle cotton foc
"Why, Nod evening, Jimsy!" cried
Mrs. HarW "Where's Joe?
"OGem out for a walk, I guer," be
anewerd "Howdy, Beth
Very well, thank y, Mr. Smith,"
waspumd that yFm pe erson s-
what frigidly.
Mr. Saith? he e aed, lookaig at
her ny.
The i raMisd h ereyeows and af-
hed rupriae.
"last that right? she Inired.
OTe-eith is the name," he replied.
t t thatit tot f' forot t-no-onl
to remIad you that the fint one-Jim-
my-an't been changed."
"No, dearn. Jimy wouldn't know
wha t t meant to be mastered" ob-
red Mrs. Harris with an Intonation
of disdain.
"Me nether," put in Williams, "but
a man's got to get used to It."
"Have you got uned to it, captaln
asked bms.
"Yea ad no. I never had It given to
o until I came meat-always used to
be Cap'n Bi or something on that or-
d4s-bt with eastern ais and a bit
.f property ypw old ways have got
to change.
Mrs. Harris had been gaming about
her deprecatnly. She wanted to
knw why they shouM stay in the din-
in room. Emma explained that they
had sueemded i nduci the janitor
to have the altting room papered and
that It was an upset
"Tls aant bad," commented Captain
Williah. "It's real cosy, and you can
see a woman's had a hand In the ar-
ra ement."
"But It's a Ittle bit of a stuffy four
roomed flat, objected Bth tunin


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To have the pains and aches of a
bad back remedied; to be entirely free
from annoying, dangerous uninary
diseases Is enough to make any kid-
ney sufferer grateful. To tell bow
this great change can be brought
about will prove comforting words to
hundreds of Ocala readers.
Edward Gravler, living on Lemon
street, Palatka, Fla, says "'For ev-
eral months my back had been caus-
ing me considerable misery. I also
had a lameness across my loins, and
there was a dull aching through my
kidney regions, almost constantly. It
was hard for me to walk and when
I sat down for a little while I would
become so stiff that It was only with
a great difficulty that I was abCI to
arise. If I stooped to pick up any-
thing, sharp twinges would pass thro'
my loins, and cause me the greatest
misery. I had often heard of Doan's
Kidney Pills, and finally proured a
box. The*r use banished the lameness
and soreness and made me feel ten
years younger. If my recommendation
will be the means of bringing relief to
any persons suffering from kidney


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"riguratveys a kamng 1 praamerI
chimed I Bth primly.
"I always thought M was gura-
tively sak.,, aid Smith.
Captain Wniams had produced his
pipe, afed It and lighted it without
aaking prmaio.
"Smith aya I'm elos. rm not" he
declared. "To me buinesa e s bust-
SI rve go t money nobody gave
It to m. I rned what I earned, and
tba I made that earn more"
"You ura ain't gven It no vaca-
tioas, captain," comunte hi super-
intendent dryly.
"And that's rit," armed Mrs.
Harris with some beat "I believe In
men getting money. Mr. Harris was
one of those soft hearted me who
never made the best of his opportunl-
toe-always trying to be fair and
square with other men, and what
thanks did he getr
"Mother, pmas' remootmted m-
"Its true," went on her parent. "I
be hadn't been that way. Emma, do
you suppose you'd be here doing your
Own work ,'
"Mother. I tinsst-you mnot not-
Mothert perfectly right," Inter-
rupted Beth. "Emma. ryo dee't de-
serve this kind of a life."
"But have I complained? demanded
Mrs. Brooks desperately. "Why do
you say such thngs?
"Beraue ve got myself to think
of," snapped her mother. "You're
wastig yourself-tled up to the house
allhe time--and everybody-all my
friend know Just how you're mixed.
You're never Invited anywhere any
more."
"Completely forgotten said Beth.
Brooks who had let hlmselft n l-
lently and unobserved, stood ta the
hall Irresolutely, watching them and
steninc to the eouversaton.
"Pleae don'" entreated Emma.
greatly distreaed. "It's my affair, and,
besdes, before people"-
"You might ay the captain's almost
one of the family since your father
died," put In her mother. "I knew
you should never have married Joe-
that he couldn't take eke of you the
way he ought"
"It's too late now," said Beth, shrug-
ging her shoulders. "Captain, don't
you think aBma should have more?"
"Well. Mr- Brooks must know her
wn mld," he replied. "Your father
when he worked for me always had a
way of his own. But It does seem as
tf she should at least have a hired
ig and mor than four rooms to a
fat but"-
Brook s trode Into the room, tlvid
with passion, goaded to a white heat
of fury. rckles of everything, mur-
der in his heart, and, hurling his hat
to the oor, faced the company.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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