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 21, 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: VID03277
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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Mus t tt yest rday met the fifty
at the Japa neseCoemaercal
I l el to he United States,
boe themo a hearty wleeem to thei
**aryassr emad thm a o lasting
rlmeagddp SC the Amer le people
?pad a tribute to their ualities of In
.i *,,dusry Bad patrietemm, sad, ina.. -
Selausion, drank a tast to the emperor
of Japan as "tbe warm and sicere
.rkieud of America," mid great en-
thuslasm among both his Japaufee
sad Aterican beers.
nThe ameeteg withihe ap e was
.t ther ht~thh TAette. Club
on t" shoes a i beautiful -lake lM.-
.* eto ka, twe ty males out of the city.

Minneapolis
Pr esd Taft so ted .the idea
a________gr______between Japan and
Amberia. fS.e paid high complement
'* i *to the t ary Vfale of Japane when
1 ~I4 w i' An the eou mwas "fightaig tI defense
Shear and mulaa anSetr of her
WAI hprestge t m elee sbatte.!"

But, hbe declared. "Japan today Is
S- ranl hope she illm ce e are not
gokng to yield ourselves Is that con-
test, llowevr itf we am help it "
1 M CAM.
i 'i nL *R FOUR YEARS
N N B. ., G. B. B ,aran
". foCH years ago ItW Ote
y .; .o been entirely cura d rof
EQ T8 R E It ^; bd$tre M B taking two bottles
1 AL8 %oC Cploy e Kidn E ey Rematedy, and after
-. -/i ;Agexpfour years I am agaia pleased to state
--S 5'0 a .- _" '1 trt r have never ad any return of
S red to say c ed." hrows Kid n
,O. D Ateamy' wil ldo the same for you. igold
-m 1 byal l _,rugg ts.

PEARY HAS NO itR PROOF
ThatILALOCK 4 i Reed the P I n Cw. -
as the Ope mof Goerman O

SeiBerla., Sept. 2L-The Polar ntro-
m K W ft atvorsy cont inues to AeOtc thex atte-
.tion of the Germa c en.tists. Dr.
1j. .f,-m.ri h Voa,.n Dralski. professor of
^'^ .e-'t7 + I I i t4geography at the U Unlstyol f Mun-
", M M CAMS aplorer, has write an artle.e for am
fortheomIng magalshm In which he
-- _says that Cook is a theroghly se-
." ""=I r iomn, so ientI iand trustworthy man,
*P Us i n4i U N- only difaeriag from other w ell known
explorers in that be prepares and
NNWM carries out his plans quietly.
Whoever knows Dr. Cooks says Dr
Drygalaki, t does not doubt the truth
.ige' The *~S~D A t his statements.
talies, DOW& Prof. Manlts, astronomer and geog-
S- rapper at the ose Asadea, who
333; UAmgAms, took part In the Arctic exploratiomin
~,18. agrees with this. Pr st Manits
0 Maileis a 3Ll 4i rules out the bkl o teti moi I In
t g both eases ast utrstworthy and Ir.
o reverentnt. Both stories, he says, must
'stand or tall upon the selentaic data
Surnished ad he decla res M self as
Sbeing unable to see upon what ground
Pearys story coUld be aooepted if
Dr. Coos wereree jeced.
,Seleutsts in Dredea stronglyfavor
-o.o.. Dr. Cook, but believe that both eox-

._-i. *Y both to lecture under Its aspices.

IT SAVYD HIS LEG
.-tboughtrdwase myi-"writes
3 olieMr DOWS WatertowS, Wi., "Ten
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bad at "_ lasl me uap. Then
PL-R-DA A ,Arakes alve eIt l oMt "am
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SHa"O Ck TeN oe His Trip to the
- !- lI P ait DMd o Ted f TONPeary
SBattle Harbor, Labrador, Sept. 21.-
a, r I ou mU ~ On. et the men. e0 the steamer
i er its a t- Roomeeit at'least knew long ago that
a U t' that there saDea to Dr. Pederick A. Cook had claimed to
That the set, is Mh have reached the pole. He Is William
r 1<*5* wphl, bag mpe.w- Vrtard, cab4 e boy and assistant
.. Ai M to s fm e a ulkly. eak on the Rooeet,. who remained
i-'; ., a-_t Almatook with Beatswaai Murphy
to guar tha stares.
I Prftchd had net spoken to any
A. we tWun out i1 as dear en bard of Dr. Cook's achleve-
* as It is possible to mae meet, but wh mefrtsted yesterday.
IW Os& tha most econa|N IOe just prior to the slailing of the Roose-
'' hem. as eu (B on evelt tor Bottles arer, with a wire-
W a"Skmep aa see y, lees m ge from mid-eceGa that
Dr. Cook sald that Pritchard knew
&t.e wh ole story ft his dash for the
-p e. eyea th dmied that hIe had
iW from Dr. Cook the details of
the taln march sad that Dr. Cook
S'ad epTalmed to him the rote fol-


Pe m heu W Gd not kmew. but ues-
tsenably Harry Whitey., who was at
the storehouse whei Dr. Cook return-
V A deab hMs dash with the two akl-
A% -Is emovermat nt." the taefts,
Whitney did nat disclose tis later-
a. i ,A- eating -pl at news to Commado?
Peary and pritct d kept It from
.it" :''i -i or.i m to 3os le to Btf H .arbor
to f Pritcbad says he was at the bouse


KILLED PAINTINGS


I am prepared to Site any job of
paying. so matter h&w large or how
small, or how fine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to padt and do 1i
right Houase painted uside and out
Gralninng, giving. hard o finlshirng.
varnishing and lettering and sign
painting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 136. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. Fillyaw.
Ocala. Fla. te

HIPPITY HOP
Are you just barely getting around
by the aid of crutcheors a cane? Un-
less you have lost a Db or have a
deformity-If your trouble is rheuma-
tism, lumbago, sprain, stiff Joints, or
anything of like nature ue.Balard's
Snow Liniment and Ia no time you can
throw away your crueb cuand be as
well as anyone. Price ISe. Sac and $1
Sold by all druggists


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HOW THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any ease of catarrh that can-
not be cured -by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. Cheey & Co.,
Toledo. 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
P. J. Chetey for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfotly honorable In all
busblies trnaetion and finasncially
able to carry out say obllgationa made
by his Afrm.
Waldl-ng, Kinan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Intern-
ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
cons surfaces of the system. Testi-
molals sent frel Price 76e per bet-
tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hairs
imily Pills for constipation.
HELD THE TRAIN FOR HYMEN
Remsn-el E ua alit Wedding t of
a e WSCounty ey and WGirl
Jacksonville, Sept. L-While the
train waited fully twenty minutes, J.
B. Gordon Smith and Miss Eva Annie
Lee Stokley. of Drifton, Fla., were
married on the station platform at
Lake City yesterday. The passeng-
ers on the Seaboard train en route to
this city from River Junction com-
posed the wedding party, which
cheered the happy couple who had
outwitted objections at home and had
eloped.
Passengers frst became Interested
In the elopement, when the now hap-
Y groom fought off the brothers of
the girl, when they sought to prevent
the couple from entering the train at
Drlfton. One of the brothers mounted
the rear coach of the train. after It
hal.started to mve and was Induc-
ed to give up the chase, when the
conductor, aiding Cupid. told him the
girl had left the train by the steps
on the other side.
Word was telegraphed ahead, and,
although no minister could be secur-
ed, a justice met the couple at the
train when It arrived at Lake City,
and the wedding took place on the
station platform, while the railroad
officials obligingly delayed the time
of starting until the wedding was
completed. The you couple wasI
presented with a purse made up
among the passengers, and spent the
day in Jacksonville, making pur-
chases and preparing to return for the
parental blessing.
-READ THIS
Dunnelon, Pla, Bept. 1st. 190M.--I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
LouIs. Mo., for six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for It It is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,
Merchant. 60 day's treatment In each
bottle.
PAN BARGAINS
An elght-nlch Westinghouse electric
fan that is positively guaranteed to
burn only three cents worth of elee-
tricity In ten hours steady running.
See them at once. H. W. Tucker, the
electrical supply man.
A HARD STRUGGLE
Many an Oela Citsen Finds the
struggle Hard
With a back constantlyachli
With distressing urinary disorder
Dally existence Is but a struggle.
No need to keep It up.
Doan's Kidney Plls will cure you.
Mrs Anna Erickson, Third St, San-
ford, Fla., says: I was a victim of
kidney trouble for years, the kidneys
being so weak that I bad but little
control over the action of the secre-
tions. I suffered almost constantly
from backache accompanied by pains
across my loins and some days I
could hardly get around, having so lit-
tie strength and energy. I finally ob-
taIned a box of Doa's Kidney Pills
and their use as direted soon proved
that they were the remedy 1 needed.
The kidneys gradually became stronger
mn back ceased to ache and the
palns aeCross my lols disappeared. I
have been able to rest well at night
since and as a result, have felt much
better nla every way. Dean's Kidney
Pills have certainly benefited me more
than any other remedy I ever used."
Plenty more proof Hke this from
Ocala people. Call at ydlngs & Co.'s
drug store and ask what customers
report
For sale by all dealers. Price 5e
cents. Poster-Mllbura Co, Ruffalo
New York. sole agents for ibe United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
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BETTIE CHRISTIAN RAY


The people of Martel were'saddened
by the death of Bettle Christian, the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Ray. Sept. th, age four years.
There Is always sorrow In death, but
the fen destroyer never placed his
signet on human form under circum-
stances more heart-renng on the
brow of this dear little girl whose
spirit winged its flight to God who
save It at 3 o'clock Thursday after-
noon.
Little Bettle Christian was sick only
a few days and all that loving hands
could do to stay the progress of the
fever that burned her little brow was
of no avail. Lttle- Bettle Christian
was a vivacious and lovely child, al-
ways seen with a happy smile. Bor-
row in losing our little friend cannot
be expressed in words. It is more
keenly seen and felt In the subdued
bush at mention of little Bettle Chris-
tian. The bereaved family has the
sympathy of the entire community In
Its heart-breaking troubles sad grief.
May the God of all comfort and con-
sole them In their sore trials.
When the light of day is dying and
the shades of light steal on.
Voices to my memory whisper of the
dear loved ones at home.
Ere the chandelier Is lighted, .re the
days' last tay Is gone,
O'er me comes a fond remembrance of
the dear loved ones at home.
Far above in arch of heaven lamps
are lighted one by one,
But I only see the bright eyes of the
dear loved ones at home.
Far away beyond the region where I
see those shining stars
Somewhere In the land ft angels
dwells little Bettie Christian.
A week ago one beautiful evening
heaven's gates were opened wide
And an angel swift descended with
a sickle at his side;
Paused he at our Bettle Christian's
low trundle In the evening hour,
Caught away her happy spirit to Its
home beyond the stark.
How my heart adores the giver of all
good o'er land and sea,
But I praise him more than ever for
the dear ones left to me.
As I think of her this moment given
me by love divine,
Seems I almost tell the pressure of
her gentle hand In mine.
In the arms of night rm folded, soon
In dreamland I shall roam;
Then ril go and see the dear ones-
see the dear ones at home.
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It Is with profound regret that we
have to announce the sudden death
by drowning of Clyde Akin, which oc-
curred on the 5th lnst.
To the father, mother, sisters and
brother, In the hour of bereavement
and In the dark shadows of night
that sped Its vast and dreary maItle
over them, we extend our sympathy
and heart-felt, condolence, and com-
mend to them the language of inspirah
tion: "Now Clyde is dead. wherefore
shall we fast? Can we bring him back
again? We shall go to him, but he
shall not return to us."*
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Washington. D. C., Sept. 21.-A
startling situation has developed as
the result of taking stoek of the for-
esty resources of this country, ac-
cording to Treadwell Cleveland, Jr.,
expert in the bureau of forestry.
It has shown. Mr. Cleveland de-
clares, that we are taking from the
forests every year three and a half
times as much wood as is added by
the new growth: that less than one-
third et the growing trees felled by
the lumberman are ever used at all, so
that two-thirds of the timber cut is
sply- destroyed. It ft shaowd that
one-eleventh of all the forests are
swept by fires every year and that on
the average since 1870 forest fires
have yearly cost $60,00,0 In tUmber
and fifty lives.
It has shown, Mr. Cleveland con-
tinues, that over per eent of the
forests In private hands-which com-
prise three-fourths of aD the forest
land and four-fifths of all the wood-
Is devastated by destructive use and
the sweep of unchecked Area while
less than I per cent Is properly handl-
ed for successive crops or effectively
protected from fire.

NEAR DEATH IN BIl 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
troubled In twelve years." Mrs. So-
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wonders In coughs and colds, sore
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ONLY A MATt OP HOUIM COOK RIACWS NEW YORK
- OThe w oef Dmh has Swurg Wie New Tak*.1pC 2L--Dr. Cok C lan&d
far G wav Ma J snm od frid the stemor Oia in thi
moal iKfe -s greeted by an In-
3oeste., ML. Ms l. 2L-WrI- me-s throng; but escaped from It as
Sm J& M1M has I Jst truian otr n omn as possible, In order to Join his
the sick mreen ad say he thinks the fUaly.
geermes' ean ifte aboat m houbr. The
p WoVreaw said to th5e in the sick GULF SHORES SWEPT
Sm : BY EQUINOCTIAL STORM
"Ti' e drag.m e. Iam so sm om*-
Tt =be became a sgent Atlanta, Sept. 2L-With all conm-
ag& *wmntrat.-o with New Orleans and the
lower Mississippi cut off by the Gulf
I OCTOBER AMERICAN MAAZINE ceat bwhqrtc and with all efforts
I ---- to reach the city futile, much concern
S The Otber number 1 the first is- is felt for the Crescent City.
* -e of the Irer ar anpd ad Amer- The storm, which had its origin be-
* lai HMagS ne, cnitiagmUg ddltnal low Cuba and Porto Rico, reached
p ptts new depasrtmemnt ad forty New .Orlease and the Gulf coast yes-
o iige 8 exta of reading matter. terday. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon
d A remarkias l ew series of articles it struck New Orleans. At 4 o'clock
*d 1 Isa tehis me. by John Kemeth it was blowing nearly fifty miles an
ST a.er, entitled, "Barbarom Mexico." hbor. At 5 o'clock buildings were
I- fW people wI the worM r1elise that suffering and reports from Plaque-
9 aetWl slavery is at proneat aMt only mine parish below the city and on the
* blg carried em In Mexico, but la Gulf coast Indicated that the Inhab-
. tacitly protected a"d encouraged by itants had been driven from their
* the o at. Mr. Turer's articles homes and were In danger of their
* be bond to make a profound Im- lives.
SpUmlbd as be has been an eye-wit- Gradually communication with the
I m 4C1 the thitag about which he city became more difficult and wire
writ after wire was reported down. The
rt V bWapertat d"d lrot*k ar- storm was still raging abd growing
r tildes mase this mamesim touch the in Intensity. Finally at 8:40 the last
8 high-water mark of literary eacel- wire went out and the city was iso-
! lees: "The CoMdeO a of a Psych- Uted from the world.
Smi Researcher," by William James, It s known, however, that the
It prOfe or of philoaphy at Harvard storm at 3 o'clock had sent the wat-
4 College aad beyod questim the ers of the Mississippi three feet above
Sgreatedt living authority oa physical the usual stage. It is known also.
id pghamem ;: "Stories of Pootball that New Orleand Is five feet below
t Strategy." by "Bill Reid, the famous the sea level and that Its only pro-
Harvard1 football coach; "The oul of teetion against a flood is Its levees
I Joai B mw." by Eeasor Atkason, a and dykes.
I memmaMsabe document of Immense his-
t torleal Value; ad "*hse Da sa KILLS WOULD-BE SLAYER
* e( the Jews," by Bay standard Baker _
L an artile tll 1 staUlin revelations A merciless murderer is appendicitis
StO Je llls aMiipv ci fe with many victims. But Dr. King's
wS Ote" "til attractive fa- New Life Pl.s kill It by prevention.
S lm are .Do~ "b They gently stiniulate stomach, liver
NS h a"nd two n depSrtmentstoand bowels, preventing that clogging
the mSUmes ame devoted to PktUreS that Invites appendicltis, curing con-
I.nd ataee ss of 'Inre stlpatioa, billomuess, chills, malaria.
p oop&e -6l t-e-o -t es m ofe ts headache and indigestion. 25c at all
Sldamatic ase a, mew plays and pho- drui .
I tograph s of sto as d actrees who dw.ho
t w pllapea trhm. A BADLY SOILED RAG
* Fletion of a distinctly high grade A
character is contributed by Robert South Atlanti League Pennant for
L BarrBean alZOEB 15 Awarded to Chattanooga
Hmaymes ll1mm, and amuel Hop-
f Ms Adaias Who writes a powerful Jacksonville. Sept. 21.-Besmirched
N allegorical story of three men who by charges and counter-charges, the
. lived Ja "Brenopo0s." South Atlantic League pennant has
a "The Interpreters HoWe" ad "The bees awarded to Chattanooga, while
t Pilgra's Scrit r contain an unusual Augusta Is still fighting the question
r. amount of .lterestnag reading matter. before the National Association of
a Minor League Clubs. Chattanooga
It BI8OP WARD won from Augusta Saturday by a
. .- score of 2 to 1, with Demaree pitch-
- Teklo, Sept. IL-Bishop Seth Ward, lug and Augusta claims that every
- Methodit diutriet Episcopal church, game won by the Lookouts was one
Beuth, died hee ye tsro y. Bishop In which a specially secured pitcher
* Ward arrived a Kobe during August worked.
- oe his ra la to' of Inspection of So the Bally League season ends
p the Mothdaist lssoms In Japwa. He. in a "fuss" In keeping with the riot-
Swas taken shoy after his arrival' o year which has placed the once
I here. Bihop Ward saAe om ous-elassy circuit In bad repute with
.* itaas o rou. baseball fans and higher powers
t alike.
a. Editor Weward of the Ortado Re.
Splrter-Star, emmarks that as none of TO BE HAPPY
. the aspirants for seatorial hoeors has you must have good health. You can't
r piethed him yet, 'e ha no opilood to have good health if your liver is not
i. espresso i their Steas for the office. doing Its duty-slow but sure poison-
It Whin they do chase late, notice, then lag Is going on all the time under such
a the best az ior us. circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
L makes a perfectly healthy liver-
Dr. Abermethy, the iesat agUlish keeps the stomach* and bowels right
Sphysician, aMd: "Watch your kidneys, and acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
L When they are affected, life Ts in dan- teW. Sold by all druggists.
. gur." r1l6a K Elmey Remedy makes
" beMbhy kidneys, correts urlary Ir- HAIR WORK DONE
Sregularities, sad toes up the whole Al kinds of hair work done. Batite
ss. - a druitM. factlom guaranteed. Harriet Hill, 212
North Magnolia street
SMurmurings are coming from Jack-
Ssoovimle and Tampa that the big ree FROM UNCLE PETER
o f the meear wlt begin at the former ._ _
Splee Nov. 1s and at Tamp Dee. 1St. Editor Star: As you granted my re-
1 Thr talk of ,W 5oc- tSkIa part. quest In publishing my first letter, I
I ask to continue my letters. I arrived
SLOT-Tharday night between the in Batesburg July 24th and met my
h bene of Mrs. Rper Oe Sanheh street youngest sister, whom I had not seen
Sad Oklawaha avenue, a dove-colored In almost 32 years, and what a glad
I overeoasL t Pinder will please leave at time it was to us. It does a person
I the 8tar office and receive reward, good to meet loved ones on earth.
The Ok amsp will ra but what must It be to meet loved
e vsel from Midm to Jacksonvlle. It Batesburg is a flourishing town
wfli be a bifg thiag In la freights to the with some 20 or 25 stores, two banks,
merchants of MiamL two churches, Baptist and Methodist;
has a cotton factory. Near the town
The exciting game of baseball at is the beautiful Sumerland Inn. where
SStamtom between Lady Lake and the a good many northern visitors stop
home team Saturday resulted In a de- and spend part of the winter. I saw
teat of the latter by a score of 8 to 5. some good corn and cotton growing


around Batesburg. Had the pleasure
of talking to the Sunday school and
f- AC Fud4 I& AB save this advice to the fatesburg P
C A S T IA boys, which Is good for all boys: Be-
Sgin an active life with noble pur-
B 1S C poses. Always stand firm I favor of
ST .truth. Ask your father and mother
Id T ft --- J- I i what Is best for you to do. Have re-
Sspect for every good thing; despise no
one on account of poverty. Strive to
B Iweet hi f be of held to your parents. If they
are rich they. need your pity.: f they
are poor.they need your help. Re-
The board of trade of Eusti tis fully solve that you will never speak dis-
alve to the situation and is already respectfully of girls, and always
agitating the preparation needed to leaves the one who speaks evil of
make Wshtagton's birthday of 1910 girls. Teach all with whom you as-
the greatest oesaslb In the state of soetate that you will not do a mean
hkertda. Rest will have to get up thing. And when you have a home
early and stay awake late to beat the of your own always give your kind
reeaed a patriotism, pleasure and parents a warm welcome to your
preft displayed n Its celebration of home. Always faithfully discharge
-. < every duty and you will have nothing
to fear either in this world or in the
i Attorney J. C. Devant of Brooksville world to come.
is i the city today. In my next I wish to write of Tren-
ton and what I saw and learned there
and what will be of Interest to farm-
ers. Uncle Peter.
HEALTH AND VITALITY
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
your complexion of pimples and
BblNotches like Foley's Orino Laxative.
for indigestion, tomach and liver
trouble and habitual constipation.
Cleanses the system and is pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
A MARIE CORELLI SONG FREE
Such Is the offer of next Sunday's
New York World. The song Is the


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GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Purnish-
ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
AROTLE COTTAGE-Furnished:
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To r Mt pp October
1. for the winter; furnished; vunplu
water: modern plumbing:; aetylm
gas. $25 per month.
David & Woodrow,
Holder Block, Ocal, P1a.
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WARNING
Do not be persuade Into taking
anything bet Foley's Honey and Tar"
for chronic coughs, bronchitis, bay
stops the cough and heals the lungs.-
fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
Sold by all druggists.

HANDLE HOUSE iOR RENT
The A. E. Handle houe, ee'of the
most convenient and beet built houses
lage let and all envmneisnoe in the
house, heated in third ward near high
school building, for rest or saile Ap-
ply to David S. Wooeedrow, Hlder
Block, Ocala, Fla.

FRESH SEEDS
We have in our fresh supply of re-
liable garden and flower seeds for fall
planting. Tydings & Co.


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"STRONGEST IN THF WORLD

MIS8 FLORIDA CONDON,
Resident Agent


IN MEMORIAL
Misses Lena and iSalt Pert, beth
daughters of Mr. ad Mrs. Albert
Port, passed away from tah lie In
one short week of each other. Mis
Lena dying August SIst a"d 'Miss
Sallie following Sept. 7th. These awo
loving sisters are sleeping ide b
side In God's meonlight aem await-
Ing the resuWreetio momas&g& We ie-
lieve in the truth of these lines. It
csanst be that our lfre Is'a: bftla
cast up by the ocean st serOtt, -40i
foat a moment upon ts waves, a
then sink Into nothlgmeass. aWe w
born for ge tl th-a earth
: Trefe be tIt rsebed, .
Mass Bluff unday sila that la the
death of these two yre3 Iadies w"
have lost two of our brightest. neW'
bers, whose memw y we salll eve
cherish. They were puctnal In at-
tendance and showed great Intelest
nl the study of God's weed. always
ready to lend a helping hMnd.
Be It further resolved that y
of these resolutions be given to the
bereaved parents, Mr. sai Mrd. Pi.t,
as an expression of owr deepest. aM-
pathy In their loss, e b6-e reorded
in the Sunday school register and a
third be published in hs Ocala Star.
The eye that shouts Ia a dying hour,
Will open the next Ia n-is
The welcome will semod 2a the beav-
enly world,
Ere the farewell Is hMbshed In thu.
We pass from the cissp of mouCin
friends
To the arms of loved nd lest,
And thpse smiling ters wll greet M
there
Which on earth we valed Wmpt.
Mrs. W. W. Jasom,
Mrs. . L Martin,
Miss samle MOlmPo Oem.

STEADY PROGRESS SMING MADE
Railway Trale. WIN be e I tI
Key Wet by


Prom a reliable -s t we as-
sured that the work tain of tim rail-
road will reach Key West within the
next sixty days. Tie track s ow be-
ing laid aeroe to Cgdees and as the
roadbed from there to Key West Is
practically complete It is g d
the engineers that the track s be
laid into Key West within sxlyWf"p .
The track over which toe wet train
will come will not be d .... r .tP..
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down thus far is so p ed that it em
be used for the bmeaviest iUMnM
train and that laid mfo Key We*t w
be for permanent uM-e-Ky W t
Citizen.
HAVE YOU A IASY
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a- ** "' t*idhOmees in the elty. w Ie ver- s
pae aboutte 1-1sn Pa" manyon- Buy Ch" Flour ... ...
;ah m."semles meet tommerow misht '- c Impme s ad Mr Ummo- m"u ad .r
AMW meet temsearrowms w n is sn-Is a n exa muple sa toI tsI M a* iou M

M* am~ Fling cases at the Ocala News Cm. NOTCE
w' Th were i" a o.rcvs at the Mm- MrI Doo g Ur .
mum- yesterday. I have sold toMr. W. Dinomy MypudoI
Mr G McLen of Comaut was at the an amnaf dumeme for I. t the bt t
Momtesum hotel today. I thank those who patrealsed me Ia n M5e
this line and trust you will cotainue can bei mad from Tm
SMr. M. K. Posworth of Levgis ist Y rPatremase with Mr- Ditto-
the Mw-t'swomn Signed: Robert 1 nclar. wite wheat. &d e
WK4LMeAEN The City comcl wil meet tonight AUTOMOILE FOR SALE luvly by
Ia res lar session- or
** -. -.A fve-passenger automnbile, tw~- -
a evest of the Oeala House. condition n and evytl complete or T E
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. EL
SMr. Ja f.ltakins of Boston Is 'rd* a a
at the Ocala House- # mRpM-Y
a NL CK. I HARNESS MENDED ee T H
Mr. C. M. Call of Savannah Is at
aL* Ha ous e.- Lrness of all klads mded or mnew O E F
Sports made where dered Also aw ONCDE A FAINT DREA .- theer M i
S en a resh shipment of Belle ead imng dome. Apply to J. T. Slnse at BUT NOW A THRILLING .119 A it l
lmt W4-I t, l "Ms erda tleu ets Just received at the Court Tobmp A COWR sta1. ad vermmme. P., '


Is In the city, a eest of the Ocala The Globe wants It distlncUy uder- Ishig machln D. W. ee aoodwinu te g .m "
SHouese. stood that it handles school at of maker. Ocaa, Fla., elt deer es Udewfa the seeme a
all kinds, same as last season. Price Montezuma HoteL .mt keeps j ly the b h in a h
Phone us for you prescriptions. We as low as the lowest. qEality sa in strictly Wp to s
,-.,,*O rA,.D P!AcaI ll and dealer them. The Court S-W-ND.AND AGS WA m .at :
CONC IM ANDPYI NGhD *C0 Pharmacy. GOLD WATCH LOST At the plant of the Floia Pa The Mr e sav
Mr. Mason TIson rent up to the A gold watch, hunting Sase. Wal- nd e Co., O .ala, 1. ele t amT -
UiN' t yew M f Moe wetaol whver ki.University City this afternoon on bus- tham movement, initials C. on face HOUSE TO RENT
Allo wewe e mpDny skilled wemme md Ben Cody, Holder Block and receive On Fort Kigaee, o
IKhr^ phas UL well lPCFOR RcNT-A furnished residence reward. toe and ppvemley tesoem1e9 ina teplgea 0 pictures S dbd
S111 otwell loted l first ward. Apply to HFApply to 13, t Ki a- time r
Mr. H. Sharpie, the cider mag A splendidly located six-room house
,-...__ -na_ te of Cedar Keys,. is at the Monte- near high school In goodcodto, orSalelargeIce box; co
+"',. __ .I $ A U Eum. ba, oand electric lights. Apply at willor sell for $10, easl Suitaef n Pt sbae ta t eM i.
.. in MEATS ANEI. C. Davis a o.. otra:n Star cksoe.ville large family or boarding house. Ap- e to it up the esed ury ad
Handle silk typewriter ribbons, 75c. ply at Star office. ditlMla hel to ho S
seeiW VEGETABLES a a $7.6per dosea. SPECIAL KARLY BDtEAKFASTSo has s>M^e tsade j=
B" "' ,-..> ,: - ."SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE aar wlU have a _r
x .tf V V]1 l lll, Mr. w. C. OBannon of Dunnellon. Those wishing extra brak SCHO LARSIe aABaa w.ill- -
-, v::, x52aAin. Aua 5a was transacting business In town to- fasts can get same at the lk Cate. a A $40 scholarship in the Stanley no to in town. It will -S I
M A um'sB ar Romu, ArUn rS Pork day. Business College, of Thomaasvlle, Ga. well arned repuato o he tha
f R alni Betw Young man, weddln U ee-m for sale for $10. Apply at the Star headquarters ar sao$ C1I A a
S .. Have you wen the new visible my.- mental are in order. If you want yours ofce.
t, ..' fOtatO", ae, r otab pi P, sh Oaiomh Sholes typewriter? R. C. Dari & Co.. to soon be made, don't fall to take her. W. K i ha1 ha aMe
general agents. a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev- Take caofyourst Let Ne York
ening when you calL They am to be dol digest al_ the food you eat
S E D. GAR D S ul of Shady will ha tonlyat the Court P rmac thatl what Kodol does. veryin a
ww- 1a l w A eave tonight to visit friends In Geor-ARD spoonful of Kodol dtigests2 pu pd
1116 of food. Try It today. It is gara- M. C. E AtinMsom
hco ~. CIt M B Mr. J. I. Connell of Inverness, was We take this method of taking Sold y all druggistshree t
Among the arrivals of last night at the the public through the columns of the o city ber a wei. e Ter
EM- S" '- -l '~ L -l ./ MBtezuma~otel. -. ^ f#w paper for the liberal patronage ICE MAN WANTED
thathas been extended through ICE MAN WANTED
.r ,^ --Mr. 3M k. 4 la t, ...*. .. ast season in our budsne as Mr ad r C t
', cp If Ie. -M l L I A \Tf n _^ n ts -6t- Montejnma w have not been able to deliver Wanted a etloe m- t ave be sPe t hei3
S: i Ii T i hotel yesterday. cars, as the entire country as a e wagon, deliver and collect. A three months t astni .
J al l ! It !U L.i t .. .^. ^Wol.e bought more ears than tle to Florida Packlng & Ice Co., nity. will reach id oPn te .Tb
Sm M ,r. Ed Anderaon of Dunnellont. the Buick factory could produce. We have had a moat dMit
KI N 1 .* -ontractoc for the Seaboard exten- are just I recelpt of letters giving THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD while their.
sloe, was In the city today. us slight ifrlang of our 11pOro- p WITHOUT A RIVAL IN ITS FI1LD "o t as- al"

V" ,e celebrtCe n t r ae torher e will be no :s ti on i s th e:fu Th an
'. t 1 W" gus hole-proof hosiery for men has ture that we will be cared for. Our ---- M' w at-th- wr eth
,o, .... .E I ,&U been received at Fiherhc 1910 models will be ready for do- I Pl ishd at the Pri .--Iod e b 1 h
livery the frst of November, a% & I aEvery E gilsh-speakifg C"mtiy lw ma
K ^ .... . -9 10. jMr. Henry Brooks of Inverness, e we have the assurance that If we It has invw a.
:_ ... .. -"of the wel known citizens of Cit should need 100 ar we can deliver t ha rieably been the gat t
county, was a guest of the Montezu he same. r mo 1 a t Ne Y o to plh accident Dr. ey pes to
|. -,.today. be continued- -- but the horse.manth f te d...
e- er will be Inereased 20 per cest. wcurtoa


fo ,..Te.toaea.arot, Ia. .p-"I ploudawetthinkathis lwi,.u w model The subertptlm season Is now at "

. 1 tat at. t.. ,, ,,raon ,-d ,e--,e abal, comes to you eroeaepta an hsea tM- Mtett

his ramo eorate rorers onhe be Wtd, subscrlliib to the Thrice-a-Week odl- sa wil extea hs vik Sta t to . g

S.:,,News o Mr. J.M. Por $1.. The Neely. postmaster at the ty relr r rent, a t d, s

O W E. ,t Oldw this car has no i. Thanking our subscriepton price Is only per year, t
,:.i, ..:Spi-t baron, we la tow m today cr a"ful line aOf *W ei forg s ip re w ABSTINE py f IE papers. We of- FURNIHEO FOTA __ _
,, __ _* Staffor and er's ink alo fl er th neull paper and the AT LAKE WEIR smll tltohadk pl

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-. ., .l accounT, Iengt Good seasoned wood. Words that are All Tee Fr-eently A ruaort aut mobIAe -w T.l
HQUSE AND SIGN PAINTER WANTUAA. intlgt A 0 LOAD FQR A DOLLAR Musappled at a es *s*bM disemout Sr
"WAN --AIntell tboy.12 to. Icash. CaD at factory or rotlat i
i 1 years ol, to act as office boy and ellv.al aco Totl abstinenceI not a synoi
S the bus Apply at ne.e t for temperance. Temperance the
".&MfoSig aegnedaead.lPaperhangingaear throe bsnestAepl at e a petites tat
S d Signs Deignedd Paperhanging a Spec- ocala Lusber and puppiy eompny i EXCURSION RATES VIA cont of the ppI o that HE n
S. New Mirror Made and Old On Belere, Gla c t b ATLANTIC COAST LINE whkh Is to keep the body I good
S li4Ipg, Graat Kaleoipning, Furniture Re Mrs. w ume went down to Bn-4-.. Ages and as diton for the work the spirit has for hoe icaLt
tl t quality a hliher--proes a little lower." review tod to discus temper Fnco on ale various todo Todrink too mucha t m e th. m ennm a t n
" Ja '[ hUA RA icD u. t matters with the W. C. T. U. of Limit October ro Varios untes ty to d ntemodr tei todtoe mc oee oi nes in e b'u r
% ... -place. and stopovers. much beer. I have been told o a y n qikt Yo
A"J WORK GUARANT 14-Seattle. Washington. Variable Christian man who was informed by that y or nih W p
* : ^ ^ ^ wui GARANTBEE D ^ W'e W n y ork routes and stopover. Lalt Octo- his doctor that he had a serious andee re i per t
.. ". _k _a El__ and are prepared to offer mo ber yS. Insidious disease, and that hiS health vMce. Oca T 0
______* ph__________ w_.a__a__ts sadth rskskilled pht of For further laformation call on or demanded of him that he discontime
S *, ... .. - | i si totd he rs write F. J. uber, C. P. & T. A.: o the use of meat He went straight- Do o. frget ttet y o uM Sa m-.
.d-"*. .. company J. theuo dn. K. Kirkland. D. P. A. Tampa. P way home and ordered a large steak. thn you want nla rockery and glass-
company,
3 CENT1-FOR110HIOUS a food of which he was inordinately war at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. Willam RNiMte o mpa, ref- 3 CENTS FOR 10 HOURS RUNNING fond. He was as truly ilntemloperate as
r in b r y at t place, was e had drink a quart of whisky. VALUABLE
toIn the city today a of the Ocala How is that This is not an u a to- Intemperance is not conaied to the
.House. He s a professionally, mobile, but one of those new 8-Inch saloon nor to the homes of the poor. They Seold he il Every I ld
Sr th f aMr., l-pto. Westlnghouie. electric fans that I Our extravagant and prolonged din- Ar ighMy R imms4il
-M Have just received. 141 ame place one ners are no less a form of Intempern Their Titles are: "What a Yega
A sNM was at 1:41 this morn- or two of them n yqur home or on ance. The modern form of making a Boy Ought to KnoW; "What a Te g -
4 Ing d to Mr. ndMrs. Ralph V. Hen- your desk. H. W. Tucker, the elee- dinner table an occasion for public Man Oaut to Kaow"; "What a mig
drix at tI home No. 73 North Max. trial supnly-man. speaking is an excellent habit What Husband Ought to Kow"; "What a
nolla str. Mother and son are do ----- - la not excellent Is our custom of eat* Man of 45 Ou t to Kaew"; "What a
R IS |ng well.r A D Ing so much before the speaking that Toung Girl Ought to K "What
*fo I THERE 18 A DIFFERENCE IN the orators are unfitted to speak and a Toung Woman Oiglt to Weew":
uPI Ma Ned and Miss Lillian Smith. the audience Is lU-fitted to listen. I "What a oung Wife Ought to -;
child of Mr. K C. Smith, went to have attended many publle dinners. A "What a Weama t 46 O .s
the e this afternoon to visit Mrs. happy Incident gave me the only one Know"
i'"x r.m "f U W H. Jones at her cottage for a short I ever attended which I thought was These books wee-.writti
tli truly hygienic. When I reached the aeat peoas. we_ m i. .
jW Tclubhouse I was met with the 11or- task aad are worthy aeI
W are showing the best 25c. box of mation that the steward had mistak- tihM to read, espeelal |
paper that we have ever had. en the date and no dinner was pre- wm theer tite refar. They
g A quartere, don't tall to buy this from ried around, found in the larder of the Uons and are 0ummemaia
.-. S. OUr-bMM ERP E1LD FLO RIDA eyot eDr trO. d o club enough wholesome food to at-' amer-sa, male aud feal. W
SOur e by our new process Is fre- isfy all reasonable appetites, and we can bestow a weothiar or a- -
L, P p. Rents, the lumber promo- en at a temperature of eight to ten sat down to a dinner of four courses enda le gft ,
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A P'' RGE **n W to6w W*pr.Mvised edmon) givesaB particuMars
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a ne. amafld H sM Qi strike hd been and how to correct ordnauy asTd
Vol Hed" ona but snybefy who wants to cent tmps, Or wp Cpe COVers for CemBI
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Aul den m"ibes be got Gown from
noThe remained assembled for
Seml am, aM 1 the crowd were
may doubtfl bhees. It was clear
rbLIM h b maie a profoWaud lapremom. Just Ino ibt extravagaut forie. -Be tan wisMe wort to saes Capi .W
.7I' asm *is t private lIf he attrated the to be lnterestet Ithe price of red e- m ei e wl r he
S: warmest fremtaships so In businem, to tate ad *stonmoble. e or so me h wweM Ne M
SCh he gave strict and Intellgent H wife, with the soberlg cBee- h to 4 tt there w
n b yd a -* S u .:- .j he rnedthe respect of an ti of those lf between takt and tme t w to wde te r. bhis
a-n 'M. 1M with w .s...e had to deal. de-t. c oi., *n ,. la. ..nweta. .t od "eas. if .
Adf I ft m ft MM The atrke leader mounted the crate careteal to bumid 1o hope ps Mu eua. dd lot te to be Mby M
a am, samd the applease of the hot these fabrics of rliS, though she was Boaks, an thi pleed em W gam
.heeded usa_ dteetented. deUrered too wise to sek to restrain the ar2 r the v was1 diMrge
p. ^ *sinlb'|||M *t^- U^ d Balliders I M hmeelf 1 a l ea e n functionn of the Of Us C etiom SMe di however. ftm Joe wnuft.fttovea that they b ow b U
-sa. yapb take wthy grat, gt what Me gods b, ed to tm ke a Iftn wd 4 d .
B 1 CiMs, M|M 11s Sa f, I .Ift po. .ad oa It docI s"oper- given, peDdi the bestowal of pond- gage a railr ervasu.
i.n w ", k , as a "flow fluasher and a bly greater favors. The sebstantial Amother pae of lk ceam toi e- _
- at U* t w me ani- na, g tere moddnition to their means enabled her to so udl-Mkiq to la rm sw ca r w I
IV OW i^. n., by of eros tended to deceive. But hire a woman who (when she felt Ulike embstaist, that it almost =ote 3sm
-th.e were toor may who knew that It) did the dirtier work of the house- Cy with joy. .aM b..aoJ
1 s- ft B emith was either. bold that had been such a tax upon Lookg eat oqt the wtindew ahse
S r By partt" one of the laborerI ber. Little toUllet onecesstles and acce- spper tae a wb blW ate r o -I
SM, 've got a wife ai six kids, the ories made their appearance. Brooks, baud wld come, se ed teab ofed e
e e* et o wh is nine. I move that when he had made an t good drive up to the Geor a, to her w -
we take other vote e this here week, Insisted on lavbshtai his add.I- priu, w her hbad leap t t so ItM
w a vt hate.h tional earanings upon her. New and He IbouMded up tihe stains two at a O W hal
__ __ __ __ __ ___The nsmotion was adopted with aeclats. sualtable clothing.restorea her self re-. time, beathese with ewlmnt, and aaa aig
y,-,.smI al...1m The resMt of the ballot was sPect and the pleasre that every we- p O ai M poKtW e Ma to the eIM mSi
evOrwhealagly aIn ftvor of remalntn man feels or shol del la makg t able a heap of otes sad geM.ld. Th l l e
herself attractive. he ..mi hell of her aW fonbly
ha1 deeat appointed to InfrMKM Harris and Beth Coul not fall w M the f"0 "O
the in t-detthat there wou to notice the change, and It oda ib he sat er. ang a d hae-
.hbe ub turnoI t were waiting upon him gradual but marked effect a their at- wIlMee4, in a cbair adI pushed the
1 3 in e okce, the other men passed the titude toward Brooks, which became m atowadb her. It
4! 1#.Ir weMUE T E M.E ad ,d.ieated by mithn, pushed open more civil an coa amema de. -The m m ht m". a ek o i
M the dor ad ~g~a d In. while others. cUMed to gratty their is...tveue, -tt for ml It-weery pay ~ I i
rowd ed up behind them. Arranged beyond admitting that Joe was "get- Of It Tom know that three days age
-- al aroud the vast apace were neat, tnlag on." To all leading question se when Jima started em that trip of i-
S- white et, and In the center were long returned evasive answers, nre reaso specto t o er Bath Amerisea pot
__________________ tels h aG bmhbes. beibg that deep rebenttat rankled in Of cal Whlame wer see and that 1
S"Say," remarked one of the men. the heart of her husband for the lefty they are to be tiWe tr tw or three I wi lm.
"Sn I 'Ith a&Wt so blt I ts he? dida under *rbch be had n-sered methb. We. It .e yes a mlom a tah g
SE I a deow speakW' and moving' man for 0o 1aM and that be objected emn. etMneas ad M yoe'l ever come ear e ar
as the ivlest hustler I ever seen." ptl to the revelation of their O dent tg WIs
S- -Half an hour later mith once more private affairs to anybody, ees to dMl. cuval mfy serves to the
LUU. .loweee himself Into tehe chair teside Jlmny. tehueas he ta uy t whs b aly o ting me

SALLKI O month Imek. Hew e tahe sai nats'-
...hi..w. tne reply.u t w t od.u twt pta r .
P esekia Mts 9 etatlseas s Was Pred"e e Hh e o St These no ay o" flekAwg youtf_ _was Eamasa tuar to get ap and
i ^i and ... uh a- Salt WaecPaptai. Tnme M e C Th e regarded him from on- Pierce'desIik M well exm fy fthi wha f s her astonmlmient.
.1.t !. ac f. its Mnd a t hi Csutry. hReym...d d Right r Ms besy eyebrew*,- brought to- d e. friend. ar bre t They decided at her eatl to, __
T F. -se **t ess a uIaaIsBur CanMaean e il e l ee Cn "I Ce you dont often Ie, Smith." *made good7 ad theyHftT asde by a banquet royal for two at oea of
,*a... d aiResee.able Seard to W.-kly Custo mer more than I have to." dn i ..... m..
'What preperatioe ad you mae Al god, hCa honest, s e-deal medicine of tenln .
fr :btehMe' MIeecal Dleer. It still enjoys an Im they met out. Never had abe bees em S-
B ~ Iro Mehalea, Arlero Green Hidepeido Bought f ? s a eche bc e popular h le ', e
1 .;' _ad Sold.i~a Thm there's these." *gone by the board and ane sever more able to get a dGum ait; ad I cam
.. H , .Be id before the president a num- heard of. There must bu oeaen for have a plan."
-har daOf~ foM r inpplying rations three fod a suam K 1 .h Wb The lack of a plano always had bhe
a, ".<*. -. L -. .:* time. a day to from 500 to 3.000 men onee given a fair trial for w'k stoammh. mm f heem Wet.


,P.. O ox N7 9 **S*ea" "m fom various towns or for Hver and mood letb .k Ths she began to coslAr bow a t b
i OM o i P. 0. Box No. 652 Meri some qurg to this effect: riuaive quasite ae oom fet: g e rty thy
hence It survived and beine o ino in.. that
On tmn e can w lar favor, while score less d b a.
-1" S dIn In irt- hours articles, have otsshed lal it favor they shn awoll the hmkaw W5W
B ^-0 __________________ II____ aaa____ ra____________ WBIim read each paper carefully- for a brie period bad tha n en s and srvant pronlenm a ftr bfp a
'5 "A itke at th2 time would have -Foratorpidm er with ta tlae*a Xvi a a mt he. Be __u_._ *.
meant heavy loss to the line" he ob- indigestion, dyspepa, headache, er thought thi wod be witt their
es7Mred. hIps diuinew four breath, asty coated sman If they tarMisthed the Mpart aMI
:- ;"" ... l- -- -nodded.1 distrt afer e.. ngeoil
Then the captain gave utterance to and deblllt nothingIs o good as l)r. w cest amee than yoing in a at. aI a*qrs 1
the highest compliment he had ever ,Plere's oMea Medical Discovery. It'. mn fel Ie with thi view with es Zg h o AU
an honest square-deal medicine with aul
mae to a a i his I I e. i,. prit d on boattle-wrappt M .
"I pt It p to yo," be said. "and -o secret, no hocas- be e pr-e um the plae a .aVa
y 've a de good. I gueased It wa therefore don't ewmr a G 5 that i*W cp-ave tha the had ha aI d,
M y y would. Harv a cir." the dealer I~mei bly aake a little bi for, bt they had what ap
wg faor yo-ur righ-t to ha e m s be-n a fo gltos a
what you call for. se Mbald Mid tw mowinM
Don't boy Dr. Pluem's Fevers.eu a head, and thp SaM p
'L /Im am-"m 'a--- tII CHAPTR VnL timn expecting It to prove acacre-axlL-I t whkhmo wleamed then Ina
ALTHOUGH Cptaan Wlams had Is only advised for woman's speclW all- hol the aar ngememlB mapp-
V ,A sick women Well. Less advertised than 4d to b time WW add
wAl bear them snogrudge be, pepations mold for like pM, I .et.
eam of ber hauband's attack Its stertlig curative virtues til tale Thea with a light h jut amd
apes him h1 di not- > rtn -ga~n to~W ^he dIts position In to front ranks, S wher it he i
S:---- the Utile flat, and It wa ome be- stood over two decades a As a
the Mefttletsand It was some time be-rgoratUng toole and strwnqthel ery. non& long to te
Sam Mrs. Harris and Beth favored taI It is a ualed. It wan theme epeiieeed for hea time the w- t
S- 1 1 i 1 with another visit. But th isrowan,1"fk 4 an ." ,-- f -- t.
1^ "" ;'' ... dl a ^ trouble the yomgco1uple a bit Dr. Pee Pl et Met, ti-e artgs, fo--. __-bert c Ufst, -ata-le
1he-..nmeang on that night when he Mt Little Liver Pills, although the rnit Mt of her., peregreaMs w-
LSTATE WOLLEGES. ifetoaillofthr kidIn the market stin lead, charm y
... :. I -.T, a... ,. ,. ledo oc ahis wfav.w oo I Koo auenrt ae. a e -c- du t-eg- the objJ Ics t
__1a-* -f M kTaus%="%ee.ss.d chag. a Intead of returnwflng home de- V ...
W-. m-o a-- rand a lIrritable he was nearly --...- - _sn (Continued Tomorrow)
Ml.e A College without a paranllel in the lways tn good humor and affection- A
Boegm t t ala, degrees and iplom as a* comMerats. They needed o *A-i A M A NARROW ESCAPE
SA, m -~. A~-Io-l- g abmt : ether company than their own and woi PI | ---
LA aMi.UoL A Sl be 2lArts. a nmP acy t a Edgar N. BaYlMss a merch --
SI A M Aimtme: A School of InesArs As. The happy transformation hbad been URK A R obinsonville., DeL.wrote: -Abo |
M XM 0 _i Me-_IV.... IV'. A ool or lream oe t about by as expected bit of ICaref u, euat ws on ally ears ago I was thin and saik,-
P- .'- n_ olbr-Ual V. A School for Teahers. ick. As Joe expl-l-nd It to his de- contract wor. wves more and bet coughed all the time and if I II SI L ll
A he. ba9 *s-- No TItigm. Other Expenses very low. ghted wife, tin his capacity of col- t r work for the maoey than ray e o m it Hs e
S..t, t Ar.r.- we r afo matles address: lector he ad become very friendly ether m.tratewr in owt. TI and i s oed yco H M
'.- A. NOW 1 A ML. LL EDWARD CONRAKIM. A. AP.. 0. M the manaMr of a concern which ----r ad *topped y e-- \a RO


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