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 22, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 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: VID03278
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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Mel Newr VYk Turned Out is
Fors to anest d 34mHonor Dr.
Fedrk Cook
e YTak. Sept. 22.-New Tou'.
latitos is divided Into warrlIg
eom of Cookftes sad Pearyflt
the arrMvas of Dr. Cook on tih
mihip Oewr II. of the Scandl-
Ia-AmerlIcan e has given t.
kiea at least a tempra rrldvda
L The hero ftrm the top.of the
Id was given a greetig such av
sedom before fallen to ) lot
my American returning I
a shores. All B ll
re t. greet its Cemen
the Cookites of ~ ,i t
ey. the Broux ad other da
* forgot to malign the big bor-
h at the wrong end of the bridge
heir enthusiasm over the arrival
he conquering hero.
Dr. Cook Intaiviewsd
will await eventsa" said Dr. Cook
* Associated Press representative
before he left the deck of the
iLr at quarantine, to be brought
he cty by the welcoming commit-

When my material has been got
other and put lnte shape, it will be
mitted In the first Instance to the
rersity of Copenhagen. After that
Ill be laid before the geographical
ties of the world. I wll not coM-
to Aubmit any fragmentary por-
p of my observatlonm or of my re-
I to any one. The report and all
data connected with my trip must
mamined in their entirety, togeth-
with my Instruments, some of
eh I have Ia my possession now
others of which are on their way
America at the present moment.
le will be properly controlled and
ed before submisalon to scientific
es."
Gnese Towards Peary
referring to Commander Peary, Dr.
Ssaid: "I hare as yet heard noth-
but vague reports. I prefer for
present to believe that the state-
ts which have been attributed to
y are Incorrect. I am fully pre-
d to meet any charges, but I
t first see something definite. I
absolutely sure that none of the
rts that have appeared In print
mate either from my Esakmos, Ah-
h and Wuldshuk, or from Harry
rhitney without any doubt has
his promise to me not to say
hing about the expedition and its
Its, sad I feel sure of my Eskimos.
tney will return to America about
middle of October, He has com-
e knowledge of all the facts. He
Sentire liberty to make public all
kmows. He is neither bound to
d up for me .nor for Peary."


wuSuiriuo AFTER FOUR YEARS
Carlisle Center, N. Y., G. B. Burhani,
writes: "About four years ago I wrote
you that I had been entirely cared of
kidney trouble by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after
four years I am again pleased to sta'e
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. So:d
by all druggistE.
PLEASANT DAY FOR PEARY
His Wif, Sea sad All the People of
ydnMe,/N. 8., Gve Him
a a Grstig
Sydney. N. 8., Sept 22.-Command-
er Robert B. Peary, after a successful
quest for the North Pole, returned to
Sydney yesterday on board the steam-
er Roosevelt. The explorer's wife
was the first to greet him, as the
Roosevelt, after an absence of over
one year, steamed Into Sydney har-
bor. The explorer was given a hearty
welcome from the assembled ship-
ping.
As the morning advanced business
In Sydney camq to an ed. Stores were
closed, the. hotels were emptied of
their guests and the crowd on the
water front augmented rapidly in
numbers.

MNIpTY HOP
*Are you- Jst a-ely getting around
by the aid of eratehes or a cane? Un-
less ye have lost a limb or have a
deformity-if t your trouble Is rheuma-
tism lumbago sprain, stiff Joints., or
-aytIng of like Mature usae B*Mrd'
,Snow Liniment and In no time you can
throw away your crutches and be as
well as anyone. Price 26c. e and $1
Sold by all druggists

PHYSICIANS NONPLUSED
BY PELLAGRA
Charlotte. N. C. Sept. .-Mrs.
Boeam Plakis died at tle Presywter-
laa hospital t pagra, the eighth
victim of the disease since its pres-
ence was announced in the commun-
Ity.
The woman was taken ill a year
ago with what seemed to be diar-
rhoea. Later eruptions appeared on
arms. hands, feet and ankles, then fol-
lowed internal inflammation and
swollen tongue. She suffered no pain
but was emaciated and very weak.
Physicians are mnoplused. Seven oth-
er cases are now under treatment.
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JOHN A JOHNSON


GreA Statesma nmad Leading Dem-
osrat Ct Off in the Prime of LUf
Rocheter. Minna.. Sept 22.-John A.
Jebsmon, three times governor of Min-
sMa9s, candPaste for democratic nom-
Iande for president last year. and
kbaed upon by many throughout the
eamby as a probable nominee in 1912,
did at St. Mary's hospital here yes-
tday, following an operation on last
Wg ammlt -02
The governor lapsed into uncon-
scummess at 1 a. m. and toward the
9ed be revived himself several times
to eat his wife on the cheeks. Him
kJt words were, "Well, Nora. I gdess
FI geama; we have made a brave
* .W. J. Mayo stated that there
i traces of blood poisoning, and
A Immediate cause of death
i w-tion and heart failure.
I 1n the governor had breathed
hi set, Mrs. Jobnu, who had been
In almost hourly attendance at her
husband's side, and who had borne up
bravely under the ordeal, totally col-
lapsed and was taken to the Sullivan

8keteh of his Ufe
John A. Johnson, one of the most
unique fguaes in the nation's politics.
has had a most remarkable career and
his wonderful achievements show the
possibilities of the American youth."
He was of Swedish parentage and
was born in St. Peter, Minn., In 186L
He attended the public schools for a
while, but the poverty of his parents
compelled him to go to work, and he
secured employment In a printing of-'
flee. His father became an inebriate,
and In order to support the family the
mother was forced to do washing for
her neighbors.
PFull of pluck and ambition, young
Johnson determined to make his mark
In the world, and by Industry he ac-
quired an interest in the St Peter
Herald and became editor of that pa-
per. In 1894 he was sent to the Min-
nesota state senate as a democrat, and
his record there stamped him as a
man of wonderful'native ability.
In 1904 he was elected governor of
Minnesota., n spite of the fact that
the state was overwhelmingly repub-
lican. In 1I. he was re-elected, and
again was called to this honor in 19L.
As a reformer he stod among the most
prominent fm the country, and was
strongly supported for the democratic
nomination ftr president In the cam-
paign of last year. -
His position on all governmental
Rropoe ition stamped him readily as a
statesman, and in his death the coun-
try sustains a serious toes.

COL T. F. COOPER


Well Knoem Citizen of Hernando
SComunty is Dead
Brooksvlle, Sept. 22-Col. T. F.
Cooper, one of the oldest and most
respected citizens of Brooksville. died
yesterday of gastritis. He had been
sick only a few days, and the send
came rather unexpectedly.
Colonel Cooper was seventy-two
years of age. He was a native of
South Carolina and came to Florida
in 1868. He was a lawyer by profes-
sin and was widely known throughout
the state, both as a lawyer and as a
Confederate veteran. He was held in
very high esteem.
The deceased leaves a widow, three
daughters and six sons. The daugh-
ters are Mrs. J. W. Johnson of Brooks-
ville. Mrs. 8, Z. Robinson of Green
Cove Springs Miss Nellie Cooper of
Brooksville; the sons are J. M. Coop-
er. T. S. Cooper, P. V. Cooper, J. K.
Cooper, -Col. P. B. Cooper of Brooks-
ville and Dr. A. X. Cooper of Plvay.


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Dates and Places Where Meetings
Will be Hld Dwring the Month
of October
Following is the schedule of meet-
Ings to be held under the direction of
the Conference for Education in Flor-
ida:
Gainesville. October Sth, 8 p. m.
Lake Butler. October 9, 10 a. m.
Waldo. October 11th, 9 a. m.
Citra, October 11th. 3 p. m.
Ocala. October 12th, 9 a. m.
Dunnellon, October 12th, 8 p. m.
Inverness, October 13th, 9 a. m.
Floral City. October 13th, 8 p. m.
Croom, October .14th, 10 a. m.
Brooksville. October 14, 8 p. m.
Webster, October 15th, 11 a. m.
Leesburg, October 15th, 8 p. m.
Dade City. October 16tk,'W a. m.
Richland. October 14th, 7:30 p. m.
Lakeland, October 18th, 9 a. m.
Bartow, October 18th, 8 p. m.
Ft. Meade. October 19th, 10 a. m.
Wauchula, October 19th. 8 p. m.
Arcadia. October 20th. 10 a. m.
Ft. Myers, October 21st, 9 a. m.
Buckingham. October 21st. 1 p. m.
Punta Gorda, October 22d. 9 a. m.
Limona, October 23d, 10 a. m.
Port Tampa City, October 23, 8 p. m.
Bradentown, October 25th, 9 a. m.
Manatee to meet with Bradentown.
Seffner. October 26th. 9:40 a. m.
Plant City. October 26th. 2 p. m.
Auburndale, October 27th, 9 a. m.
Kissimmee. October 27th, 3 p. m.
Orlando, October 28th, 9 p. m.
Sanford, October 28th, 2 p. m.
DeLeon Springs, October 28. 9 a. m.
Pomona, October 29th, 8 p. m.
Palatka, October 30th, 9 a. m.
Daytona, Nov. 1st. 9 a. m.
Seabreese and Ornond will be re-
quested to meet with Daytona.
New Smyrna, Nov. 1st, 3 p. m.
Titusville, Nov. 2d, 9 a. m.
Cocoa, Nov. 2d, 9 a. nm.
Eau GalHe, Nov. Kd, 9 a. nm.
Ft Pierce. Nov. 3d. 8 p. m.
Eden or Jensen. Nov. /4th. 9 a. n.
West Palm Beach, Nov. 5th, 9 a. m.
Miami, Nov. $th. 9 a. m.
Schedule for Lemon City and Boyn-
ton will be announced when we hear
respectively from County Superin-
tendents Tedder and HalL
Green Cove Springs, Nov. 10, 9 a.m.
Jacksonville, Nov. 11th, 8 p. m.
Tulee, Nov. 11th, 11 a. m.
Fernandina, Nov. llth. 8:30 p. m.
Baldwin, Nov. 12th, 9 a. m.
Macdennyv ov 12th 8 n. m.


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He Will Resamed to Ceoopm tUe
tfbl t CommiAmn
to Regenate Them
Des Moines, Ia., Sept. 22.-During
the little more than four hours he
spent here yederday President Taft
made an open-air address to .an m-
mense crowd gathered from all the
surrounding country in which he dis-
cussed in detail the changes he will
recommend to Congress In the inter-
state commerce and anti-trust laws.
The president announced that he
would urge the establishment of an
Interstate commerce court of five
members, to consider appeals from
rates fixed by the Interstate Com-
merce Commssion. Be wll also roc-
ommend legislation to prevent one
Interstate railroad company from
owning stock in a comrptila line and
compelling roads thus owning stock
to dispose of their holdings within a
given time.
Legsilation to prevent the over issue
of stocks and bonds, and the watering
of stocks, will be strongly. reeom-
mended, the president's proposition
being that no stock or boads shall be
Issued except by permliesso of the
Interstate Commerce Commission aft-
er an inquiry has been made Into their
necessity.
Trusts All in Seae Class
The giving to shippers of the choice
of routes in the shipment of freight
'is another important promisle which
the president favors.
In taking up the anti-trust law.
President Taft declares that he knew
of no way in which a distinction
could be made between "good" and
"bad" trusts, for he regarded all com-
binations to suppress competition and
to maintain a monopoly to be In the
same category.
The Paeeldent ho discussed at some
length the proposal to except labor
unions and farmers organtatlons from
the operation of the anti-trust laws.
To specifically except thee organisa-
tions, he declared would be vicious
legislation, but he pointed a way In
which thet could be relieved of some
of the onerous restrictions now plac-
ed upon them, but at the same time
be held amenable to inJunctious, which
procedure, he believed, adequate to
deal with any violations by the unions.

A HURRY-UP MEDICINE
Every housekeeper recognizes the
need of effective remedies to be used
In emergencis--when something must
be done right away. Such a remedy
sla Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains
and bruises, for strained muscles and
for the aches and pains resulting from
blows and falls. Burns and cuts are
instantly relieved by it and helped to
healing. Its mission of mercy began
seventy years ago. It ls used in all
countries and millions of bottles are
sold annually. there is but one Pain-
killer. Perry Davis'. Have you seen
the large new 35c. size?

AN EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGN


When you want the BECST, ryWHfrZ 03 ~U G~t~
are: Peaches, Apricota, Chwrries, peag, Oarn, Sd~~Xas
gus rips, Rhubarb, Spinach, Oau~lower, LAobips a4 Smn..

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Boarding Scbool for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of t. LJoeph. ToYa
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along Phsal. llt- -
lectual, Moral and Social Lines, Heal thy eLocan, MacgBet Swga ia,
Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoolr ooms, Dormitories, Diaeing Hal ad -
Recreation Roo"..
Apply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUP UOR.
St Joeeph's Academy, Loreto, Florida


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2.- won a _i at d yesteda to P the pool room opposite Tompkins &
Us T-mes~s. W-^ absy tyshe Sy ai C Cobb's stables, which had been com-
^s pLig^ to~ BW we rne !!V= plained of. The committee recom-
Aim tohey esem was 40 er mended that no further license be Is-
Tn? y f t the wW sued them, as all licenses expire Oc-
S,. HOUSE FOR RENT tober 1st.
Am .- sr emi s e. ---- The city assessment books were
S1S,0"Mm ths t am" em sto w A splendidly located six-room house presented to the council by the clerk
X b oBoonm& phshatonea.r high school In good condition, and assessor and accepted. The books
S .. .06ILWood- bath ,and electric lights. Apply at will be opened Oct. 1st to Dec. 1st. for
-*Hin.. i.fi m Woo- .f oce. the payment of city taxes.

IW.,'A n-- & i tme em-* KILLS WOULD-ME SLAYER WARNING
n-mp bee ^Mk tW.A I I Iltsf the .--- Do not be persuaded Into taking
g Iiaa t l Us-M -lMs- A ercless murderer is appendicitis anything but Foley's Honey and Tar
IN, iMl ll. ~ l l ex with many victims. But Dr. King's for chronic coughs, bronchitis, hay
Sag--- - Nw LIfe POW kill It by Iprventio stops the cough and heals the lungs.
8a. w p-.wm nqtg a Vry f- They gently stimulate stomach, lver fever, asthma, and lung trouble, as it
tMow onM. Siemgiold. and bowels, preventing that clogging S~d by all druggists.
That invites appendicitis, curing con-
i tat_- eda ead- ndaistion. C at all WHERE IS WHITE?
a wa Is l 15tMy io Daerace of a ears-
V1f 1 '1 set" at Man and Three Hundred
a -^* Dellars
3, W.te jes M IN lt*epg e at't.eonsiddrable
-m b We .8 m..Mystery attaches itself to the disap-
",010pearance of T. C. White. up to a short
~. & s. ie O ~ ~us e time ags. engineer at the local ice
U e m toSWsM Noy plant, who has not been heard of
a MA 4 C to o wn .oa t, sitme September 5, when he spent
Sunday with his wife at Starke. On
n a s bmeto united t~ that date he left ostensibly for Plant
a- p am& b n e te City to have some papers signed but
as to where his destination really was.
y nso one knows. His wife, who is now
9 0is moln d indY *10419In lthis city. Is nearly prostrated with
.o M d e d M b~ estmaw -grief and anxiety, as she fears that he
W. U% eet_ r 1fm is either in a hospital or an asylum.
Miranthe m.White suffers from discharges from
r w We ml 5~ ~one of his ears, which causes him to
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:GUN Ge Cedam0st 1d rdis of ney, the young New Haven sports-
Sman Wood man, upon wham testimony the north
: Waahk pole cowtvB largely hbainges, bas
W et a la been heard from and eBfect sup-
SandsWeeping north at the ports Dr. Cooks contention that he
*ue" < .30 M ales M a, d. e brrican reached the north pole. In a story pub-
w 6. w h devastated the lt coast and ul d helure today I cor.r Accord-
Slft a tra wreek d r through lug to the New York American this
r *wBar r~ states, C estlmed on its course m osla, Mrs. Whitney, his mother.
th tn tary O the ruin that received a letter dated September 5.
g it. Va Uhas wrenht as one yaE give an In which Whitney says: "I saw Dr.
2.v 3 lmte. In New Oreasalone five ok at Eth. He has accomplished
'e p q -- we known to be dead an a mijion a great thin& He ins bound to become
pmg ^ thtMbsd lars will aot repair the damage to t man. He cms to have
th b eautifu C"eet city. it reached the pole, and from evidences
M-aMd th theMe p ga M alone wl I believe hbe has."
.' Zi S Sb eas nt t10C. to replace.
mBwe m : i the Uttleue aad aristocratic HOW'S THIS
4jM iMis nIsummer eeles on the Louisiana. and
3 ..... gy -a-. im p Glf eGasat ome vague We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
maw NAMED talks eC trig devastation, and ward for any ease of catarrh that can.
-igM- AI td Iasm tha --myves have been lost not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
S- b est The wealthy summer tourists o P. J. Cheney & Co.
"' 1w pleasure craft are wmt to spend Toledo, 0.
'~M .S Uk-' mw -soh time Upo them. ad it is poi, We the undersigned, have known
I -is M- -d-bubu o4 S- ,be that many have been lost. BUoxI, J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
NM L * o. C. bw f cl the tihe teeea of the wealthy, is still io- believe him perfectly honorable In all
E-C 1 RbBVtb S. I iag ti, as what Its fate s is still business transactions and financially
g a t I pst redoe in mystery. Jackson. Miss. able to carry out any obligations amdo
ehst olames at f 00 SW the eapGtal of the state, is cut off to by his firm.
C l ggilS Mgoa is est e papts. Walding. Kinnan & Marvin.
-be Ob" _it ,W L N*i. ,The doe of the new capitol at Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0.
.* DIN is at 4s e was wrecsed, and the old Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern-
ad i 1me t t- wi l- gg& e pital -srooted. The streets were a ally, acting upon the blood and mu-
gy* M galtMasels, spjp MN at t gia of live wires. and the fallen cous surfaces of the system. Testi-
.eSh "t e to MISS tries and debris made the highways monoleA seat free. Price 75c per bot-
wn asuli ater af gML L N O-L tAw pasoe.. tie. Sold by all druggists. Take HalIs
e ^ t h la stM t Me OP n.- ,)hAt Vieksburg two veep were Family Pills for constipation.
p aSeNI d teek & ee th suNen and,& third driven ashore.
mmen r at th mS sle tn.a L Their passegrs were rescued. One LOCAL LEGISLATION
I .fl e t ,1m ofo aw ebmul vessel desac &cres the channel and his
V e m t k is suia M1bked w navlgatdim. All members of the council were
' sea pe td for the mw l k MA ro"e At the pretty harbors of Pascagou- present last night except Messrs. Car-
i -i hie e s *and Bayou St. Louis o any slips are michael and Gates.
* eapty and 6 toer moorings tell of the Mr. T. E. Bridges, representing the
Mr. Chades Latwar, Me 4f th fury of the wind and waves. 8. A, Bawls Co. appeared and re-
ISut of the Di lkm adesel, was Bath hoeas, pavllYons, yacht slips quested the use of the city Jail for
'':*ge '. a w Mr. V N am p asure resorts that were nightly transfer purposes. The privilege wam
ggwXag mea tSsydl a veOY brlluatly Iltumiated. and rendesVous annulled because the company failed
, apIg Inmr hi s-l Wtt~ n frt those who sought relaxation and to keep the Jail In a sanitary condl-
t A g M.ei tMi 9k smasemiet 'upon the famous Gulf tion., but Mr. Bridges said they had
L. / a du ngipl, f Aea. wihee qeast are washed away, and not a fully complied with the agreement by
he s emeAe y t- h two timber remains to mark their loca- paying t sight all bills presented for
t1sf IB MA.Ite uIn O tkons And'ti t story In Ita hideous keeping the Jail clean. Thp matter
&ake W&;r M WINe e0 0 Mar entirety has not yet been completed- was referred to the *police committee
i- a11 e-- f at b is, M MINi AXms The only route of mes1e $ New with power to act.
b r,-a t t eBsaML. Orlena yesterday and last night was Mr. J.I Taylor appeared and re-
by a nImprovised service via Hattles- quested council to put a fire hydrant
W. A. .M, LI i id, .pUO burg, arranged by the Associated on Osceola street between Masters'
mat um- flmwn ytedr.; Press which organisation. as secured warehouse and Meffert & Taylor's
hg the ede a *ir5t s Wa a elepheon lie Into New Orleans and mill.
em .pe es. Ba. M-M e ~a w-was beMO to relay telegraph to At- Councilman Gates requested a 100-
e aig oat hbe- is lna t e .tsa. candle power light be placed near Pa-
a Cy Mne i t es as f* e talna's store. Granted.
Wis trade ftr the swa s rms The electric light committee was re-
in that ely, s the ph- ha--s mines VM A-- m quested to Inspect and report where
0me 101ems0 ep0tm 1i s tO- fto Mea st wa, twa-, dp--n-j nine IM-candle power lights could be
40 M me t- .Bhae..- -e headace-s, oated tMeag. placed to the profit and comfort of
Mtt.r or bed tso ia raig, *heart' the people, and also to ascertain
SN anthem Is h1 e um a visit 0s0,* piai o6 ga, old riga"s W were amrc lights could be discontinued.
to is bled, Mr. AK ebler i aftsr eatig, semseh gnaw a Mayor John D. Robertson submitted
s I- at fIrt sgi-s? Heh hdda ly ep poer a -message to the council urging that
ea-tUssA S ml yiSg ithe ggMe &peW*aMUM"e t amg. a contract be let for sidewalks. The
-I a asasrm, em O tsAM 1 the .-? mayor also mentioned the fact that
e wht. we e tmakig aOseae iaayat -,n Aa the special committee appointed pome
Ss pa M me 0 th 2h" am-W time ago to ascertain where a water
/- g e a ,20 .sIwd --r a -- ..su --s apply could be had for the city had
npt beat eh efim a -111 hand 1not yet reported and urged them to
d ab ,ine t _.. g_..._ledo so. The mayor requestedd the coun-
$MAM Wh- lb the mpait l e to -ecure the opinion of the city
dt wfd he,.vs to tao, a earV attorney as to the liability of the A.
pagltwas vey moeOW ,OWs C. Ia railway to pave Osceola street,
-, which Is occupied by Its tracks. It
e% Wei i t ~Oa ik.NOO ietwo501il was also suggested that the city at-
ia J ga g gy S i i -- ....ali-- an -Wth torney act with the street committee
e sLeassw i thee malannt, wa The *Geda Medal Disuevq ist on the sidewalk proposition. He
"st ..- pakat msUldmi r W eI t NeISM0W, stated that said ordinance could be
iN st of Its ledisMiel beinslg pirated enforced.
STelm sNUnblsm n.I- hero- bot hwrapper l attested made Mclver & MacKay were granted a
aly desperately, withte a drink .St. A gkas e a formua will show permit to unload brick for the new
mmaIm. MH ea- r or**P dMy ad that It tatei ao saop l, or hamful opera house at John Dosler's ware-
ikn, peses a stieg semapee haMh- lermlm i--" It is a SltlM street house.
of 7g~al tnsTln.T ase to mad. wwhs pa, tslple-wead glyerl.a It was ordered that the street
im Mugry em set ml l any oI p- strength, hum the metesof the sweeper be put In commission three
eoV a~he1oer osehdd it by itw. tr r Ift lJwag native lA e.n feMst plates, times a week from the hours of S p.
yea i, asftkin will -intastly be- vi., Golds beal 8ee1, Its.. sod, Black m. until daylight.
---sad 'nd a t-u vegry Chmn7hQ btelae Alderman Duval brought up the
a bIhldd *,,o didM, t the Mg.a-, matter of an Inspector of meats and
T.-Wi'hUUSI-l n ity as a ser- ~ ~ m**Ito a l-hml k, as the city has no Inspector at
s-ti M A ~ls mHesr what their hs et umWesed the -s s the present time. Referred to sanl-
U5* -! e l th tary committee, said committee to
3 . J. Clear o Owembees Ky., dawin report to council.
e N0t inalld m -a of the f. j The special committee appointed to
Sead fe t- Swn Imt I atiadiU ~nT~Uh reported one bid of $20, which was
s --w- Cl-- a o inI welame. kt _A_ laid on the table.
hs -'s a-jebn s i.n Mdi. The special committee appointed to
II ESS- -*~ ^ -.Ml" I .mO'i get up estimates of the remodeling of

K 4 an ot s ,em mittee was continued.
g St th 1 ye s tl 'S mll- il ... hAn ordinance relating to back driv-
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- .ales meet th evening. pany received the contract last night .
from the city council to do the ce-
-" ap nss. e im sep i s eus pokee WE "Wa hkesa" singer Ale at Bajlarrs. meant work tn the new city markeL C s"mor uw
SThe Rows wil be of sold concrete. Buy Crem Flour, tro,
a.as a w a w hsS O ; a heis seeS 2a A. W. Youge and s o of Oklawaba. lsastin cool and sa~u t ary-
i e ra mm ab a ns om mti- were In town yesterday. to its name. You paye
IS NEARLY TO TOWNme a
ai s" As 11 L. Ballard. the successful merchant GnAO for itEA th tT Tl. wno bp frikh.. uS:.
Sat Cornell, was in town yesterday. It looks good to see the fine grade
bn Mr. Jessie Clark of Gainesvills, is within two miles of the- city in a
^ i ---.ar oU U m u Mr. J C of Gnsvl, fte Oeala & Southwestemrn d High g ius h See
?wre'eaweiA Sa guest of the Ocala House. southwesterly dh4ctlon. This road ey pound of it guaran- a
: wi,.ll.be inope r In a shorttiewill be in operation a short U titm e. n. a
a ". Mr. E. A. Roberts of Coleman is at
,E rthe Ocala House. TOMPKINS GOING TO MARKET
can be made from soft K har r s e ah ,
e .'i, Miss Fannie Martin of Brooksville. Our Mr. Wilbur Tompkins will leave winter whea. Sold .
SI. is a guest of the Montezuma. Monday for the markets of the west V
*AM and middle states to buy new stock lusirel by -
SSER AN Dr. G 8. Means of Meltosh and for the stables, livery business and lively by
wife are guests of the Ocala House. the sales department Mr. Tompkins
will visit all of the great stock msles "--""
]Mr. J. M. Welch of Holder is among and will buy a lot of good animals. He
g g. the arrivals at the Monesuma today. will he pleaded to care for ay sWeal T E AO .
$Tull N uff order that any one from this sewilonTE A P 0'e
Sn EIl AN Mr. B. H. Maynard of Lakeland. Is wishes to entrust to him and will
,.a . at the Montezuma. make a careful selection of Just thefO
m aC-"- .OLDER BLWCK OCALA, FLORIDA. -horse you wish giving you the benefit y o tw gvn yo th b -nfi
Tf h ildrMn cn got their roller of his experience and the vast mum-
->" . eh le pm _cs-u.__A- ILAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND. sk at the Oals News C. berm he will have to select from.
,We a stone crusher at woo in Ocala, ad are prepare to do all There were 29 arrivals at the Mo- Tom s Cob. ONCE A FAINT DREAM the wal m at e .ibe w *
S A Os met wor, 3 evnndatios. make Cement Blocks Cement teuma last night. Livery Men and Horse Dealers. BUT NOW A THRILLING REALITY ame tie to nsan
IAM E, SIR Sifowalks, AtalESS Stone Fenes, Stone Mttels. We makethe a e
--1111m11a 11i *-_ for house work, which look better Alha brkk, and Mr. H. W. Brown of Bostonj SUITS TO ORDER You can positivey have your shoes
are chaper. Warehouse sad, Crusher on A. C. I. Ralroad Track, North of Montezuma. re-soled and finished off tolok lihe n a
|* t -lr. B. SH. S andes has opened an nehw by an electric stitlch tng the stae wnbe, Sv w It-t
I II T D n VI 1V Mr. Whil iam N ~ o fie at *5 Couth s Baln k s treetwhere Wnesh e manhl.D.W. tood d -ever, at o5 Sout -*&i steM wher
thorne. Is at the Mon he is prepared to how a very fie I maker. Oeala Fla., next door east to that It wll be dese with a grper
aan of samples and'of take orders for suits Montezuma fHoteL su me Moipeez m a a plt
Mr. F. A. McDonald o Cole hat are bou to fit and will give ex- .otsmMo
a guest of the Mntezuma eat yalmes. Gime him a calL SIXOONID.AND RAGS WANTED le e.nty m t a W
BPaAt the plant of the Florida Packl a spiiea moa *o. .
as prepared t fil o1 r OrdMes fe eemen mert, of wpm w ." Mr. M. Thomas ad wife of Sparr, FOR RENT OCTOER 1 and lee Co., Ocaka, Fit
eet emetbk, bI ding leheo, hezagm nIO estag were shoppers in town today.
e m o paving mmmte We 'mule skilled w mea Mr. Arthur Cobb, of Tompkins & The residence now occupied by Mrs. ICE BOX FOR SALE
B un .d gN _t pas h WonlhMr.Cobb, is still ill with feverp James Pyles will be for rent Oct. 1st; a
Tm y r phe corner Watula and South Fourth For sale, a large lee box; coat dally vited to be p t with
Col. T. P. Lloyd the veteran nver- streets. Apply to H. C. Jon. will sell for $0, cash. Stable for a and participate n the c m s at
JA MaES F M O O RH EAD. M G o. lawyer,. s o guest of the Monte- large family or boarding house. Ap- the laying of the cerme itme .
sumI. n a A FINE JOB OF WIRING ply at Star office. new Temple Theatso by e
.,h amma.da n Set.-
The latest cepywright books and the Mr. H. W. Tucker has done the ICE MAN WANTED th at m.. mad also to meet wi .
Siest general line of books ever shown electric light wiring for the office of - us the same eve tng to witmem e-
in this city at the Ocal News Co. the Munroe & Chambliss Bank. The Wanted, an engertle man to drive empilicatio of wek by ws
wiring had to be done all over again ice wagon, deliver and collet. Applf the graed lodge. Please mael date,
Mrs. Hollandsworth Of Dunnellon, on account of nutting on the new to Florida Packing & Ice Co., city. ThMrsday, Sept. oth, at p. a O
was a guest of the Montezuma yester- stamped metal ceiling, and is cared Fla..
" t Wester Beef, Veal, ginords Stall Fed Beef aday. In metal conduits. It is impossible ESTRAY NOTICE Marion-Dre n Lode No. I. & A. M.
w ytte t Val, lrida St 0 Fed1 Be1 efil ifor a wire to become short circulated
SMuatton, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork Mr. J. D. Odom came in last night or cause a fire In this Job. Notice is hereby given that I have l. ad Mrs. i. A. BCd t o to'5
aasage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets from a prospecting trip for a turpen- n m pasture south of Ocal on O day Al At that t
tine location. ange avenue, one red steer about h will separate, Mrs. Bfoer a la e
Sw t Pott Irish Potatoes, p sh Oyears old. Broke into the premises to New York to vt't b sam, i sl
.. The bInst package oF paper, linen about July lit. 190. Owner eman have Robert Allen Burford of the Unitehn
eoth finish, aents pound, and the steer by proving property and b States Navy and att the at
SS envelopes to matchat Ocl Nows Co paying expenses of his keep and this HudsonFlton deme am, sa
P E D R D V A M advertisement P. W. Ditto. CoL Buutord will return home with
Mrs. John D. Robertson and Mrs. d Ocala, Pla., Sept 21. 1.09. the children, who have bIeet "vstin
Louis W. Duval returned today from relatives at Try, so that t may
PLae 108 City Me ett their outing at Seabreeze. FURNISHED ROTTAGE enter school Monday. 4
UNTO EVERY MAN AT LAKE I
"-The Masons beld a well attended 'r. "TE R M
meeting last A For rent. a completely furnished. Nt lrt fmt
""8slomee~tRa tting lasrret were 94g9 Given the Right eof Investigation. small cottage. on east side of lake nd winter le of goods1mtl
115Many remain inorant by taking Weir. Apply at Star office. kept l" lin'hBl t 'lO"
Vis Saladle Parr and Miss Sagle' soaMebody'sa word for a thing. he w l M t Ie m'at "
Neso -A a d Peashtree St., Atlamto G0. Boarding and Day Bebhool for ton are home from -a pleasant visit to I give the why and wherefeoe for: AUTO FOR SALE tomt ow. '
girl yeg ladles. Bar-g d prtment strictly limited to Iansue re. m utherland. everything I do in our optical work. :- ...-t'.
men hm Mtf tae divided into small sections to secre persona and prove It to your eyt s without A new runabout automobile for sale C.4 M- O t. . -,SS
smueden, ealty of higateee spo n-ts Conservatory advantages in Mus- Mr. R. M. Driggers of Oxford was in digging or cutting on them. at a reasonable discount from orl- morning for Jacksoav-n to meet M
Is fAr, flhapre. Certilfcate adsits you to Vassar, Wellesley, Randolph- the city yesterday doing some buy- DR. D. M. BONEY, inal cost If Interested, address "Au- Moore, Miss Roth More 'mA
Rien, etc. Thirty-second year begins September 9, 190. Catalogue on ap- Ing for his farm. Eyesight Specialist. tomdbile," care Star office. Moore's mother. Mrs. Ia 5. ae.
ptmSia. L t. SCOTT. EMMA 25. SCOTT, Prinlpale. -Oal, Via. are coming froff Sardlala. Ohin,.
.. T EMMA, i Fresh shipment of Belle Mead Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30 THE BEST PROTECTION spend the winter. Mr. Noos "he
sweets Just recelved at ghe Court to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab- lease the Wistab Ibns 9ti~ r..
,TWPharmacy. oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block. Not a single 'phone has burned in a H. C. Sehes sh the winter. Mta
IHA THRICt-ATWEEK WORLD a house in Oeala. A telephone Is better Ruth will enter school in Oedin a W. e
u ituineWITHOUT A RIVAL IN ITS FIEWD L N. Boring, engineer of the con- SPECIAL LARLY BREAKFASTS than Insurance. In case of burlars or beginning of the tem. ,
*k -- struction train, came in yesterday to fire you need quick action. You get .
Tibs Largest" Cheaper. a .a dSe ls H consult a doctor. Those wishing extra early break- that day or night with a telephone Mxs 'C haer thb S little ..."
T a flaniats ~_ -s t _-" fasts can get same at the Elk Cate a e Residence rates, $6 per quarter In ad- Martin W1U tietti tn_ hlt'fflWl- "
call and deWer them. The Court Young man, wedding announce- aah her fathert *ete s "mheha b vi .it
It has invariably been the great ef- Pharmacy. ments are In order.- If you want yours FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED past tw'e-weeks. -'
fort of the Thrice-a-Week editor of to 0oon be made, don't fall to take her -
lb IbIS the New York World to publhh the Fred Hall, the orange grove and a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev- Furnished rooms waqied for light Jergen's Talcum Powder, IW. MI
aews Impartially m girder that it may nurseryman of Eastlake, was here ening when you call. They are to be housekeeping at once, close to busl- holdla. .erl ipt each.
sn accurate reporter of what has hap- yesterday, had only at the Court Pharnacy. ness part of town. Apply at Star of l holing n each Inhr(


S- of party, and for that reason It has FOR RENT-A furnished residence HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT
SW rLORIDA CONDON, achieved a position with the public well located in first ward. Apply to NOTICE Mr. H. W. Jon Mr. T
unique among papers of Its class. F. W. Ditto. The A. E. Handley house, an of the Mr J r w S
Resident Agent The subscripth e season Is now at .. most convenient and Inst built housm I have sold to Mr. F. W. Ditto my Br.. Mr. R. Tong Jr. Miss e er
hand and this Is the best offer that Merchant C. G. Leitner of Dunnel- age lot and all conveniences in the fire insurance business. He will col- Thagard and M W o Wethe- t
will be made to you. Ion, the gents furnishings man, is In house, located in third ward near high lect all amounts due me for insurance, bee sailed today rom New York em
If you want the new as It really is, town, a guest of the Montezuma. school building, for rent or sale. Ap- I thank those who patronized me In the Clyde Line ship AraBhoe am Ba
W subscribe to the Thrice-a-Week ed- ply to David S. Woodrow, Holder this line and trust you will continue will reh Jksomvle rr S
tion of the New York World, which Have you seen the new visible Fay- Block, Ocala, Fla. your patronage with Mr. Ditto. Ing in Ocala Friday night or Satr-
I : U il J4 comes to you every other day except Shotes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co., Signed: 4 Robert Sinclair. day.
Sunday, and is thus practically a dally general agents. CARD OF TRANK
at the price of a weekly. AUTOMOBILE FOR ALE e want your prescriptio w t.,
f 3d WS U The Thrice-a-Week World's regular Mrs. George Feltham and little We take this method of thanking and are prepared to ofer y the meet
subscription price is only $1 per year, daughter went out to Martel this aft- the public through the columns of A five-passenger automobile, two- skilled pharmacists and the st.f
and this pays for 156 papers. We of- ernoon. your paper for the liberal patronage cylinder, chain drive, In first-class drugs to compound thea) Tydlags
y s. ht If yu will examine fr this unequalled newspaper and the that has been extended us through condition and everything complete, for company.
WeeebJ th Iee which melts so rap- weekly Star, -together for one year Mr. W. D. Taylor left today for the past season in our business, as sale cheap for ch- Apply to C. U. T
B you wll mote that there seems to for $1.50. The regular subscription Daytona Beach. where he will spend we have not been able to deliver Tydings. The fogowin g to Clfrw Oze
be beles In It, that the center Is what price of the t*o papers is s. two weeks by the wet sea waves. cars, as the entire country as a ha fe s to awt t
I called "snow e which, being par- whole bought more cars than the fes t m <
Be a o. lttonet uk. HARNESS MENDED A fresh supply of the celebrated Buick factory could produce. We and up with th couny, a s -
a w t e quicy. - hole-proof hosiery for women has are just In receipt of letters giving C AETf I A ni'
d I 9 Harnes of all kinds mended or new been received at Fishel's. us a slight inkling of our 1910 pro- Pe IRA Old Geoge
I ce parts tade where desired. Also saw duct, assuring us of the fact that a Mr. Cirs and m '
"llaf done. Apply to J. T. BSln as at Mrs. Haskell and niece of South there will be no question in the fu- u v Y m A r.
The klnd we kt out is as clear ToAmpkin m Cobb's stables. Lake Weir, were in town shopping ture that we will be cared for. Our We are s howl te Wt le. - ai
Sa4 perlf It possible to Cake- yesterday. 1910 models will be ready for de- a e a. -
A e is the sao n th R.d SC HOOL BOOKS livery the first of November, and Bbr to n fltnG (e- ify wa tht m e rale f -
-- to n. Ask the man 6n the Red All of the high school books and sup- we have the assurance that itf we Silgmatrwof f yrqurterlS -
Sto -stop and see The Globe wants It distinctly under. plie are now in. You can get the should need 100 cars we can deliver Drgtore.
S --- stood that It handle, school books of high school books only at the Ocala the same. Our models 10 and 17
a I s aU kinds, same as last season. Pric ONews Co. will be continued, but the horse- FRESH SEEDS An alarm o re wa se' t this
r M U PAmKIm as low as the lowest. power will be increased 20 per cent. nWe have In ourfresh re was
Mr. W. Workman of Boston. rep- We will also have a model known We have in our fresh supply ef re- morning at 4 o' cehk. The ire w
B E N U; -B BGOLD WATCH LOST resenting the Carters Ink Co.. is in as No. 18. practically the same as liable garden and flower seeds for fall In the third ward near h sele -
; town today, a guest of the Montezu- our No. 17. only slightly a smaller planting. Tydings & Co. house. The house was unoesc c
A gold watch, hunting case, Wal- ma hotel, car, and will sell for about $1400 - was evidently the word oa
6tham movement, inYOUtis B1. C. on face emqulalte the complete, and we think thls model chal e a
f -I c Fave just received a lot of the fancy Imported china many di drill hold th ires; andt of them for quite T w y
e l ee celebrated Hder hale glass shade f House yesterday. Busine-s Mo picking a while. We will also have a $600, l a t o PLAN CiJa
en Codyht pHolder Block and receive up with the hotels unusually early a runabout equa 2-cylinder, opposedur Be t e a
reward. Tu--.the lW.this season motor in front, under the board, M
and the hl-dren mad esort thr OAAA S ERKSm, Ol a e p .
cone luth in fly wheel, selnctiver. veter who has
INCRA E YOUR LIGHT d IfWe have a moe t exquisite line of type transmission and double chain r.a m a
I have Just received a lot of the fancy Imported china In many dif- drive, 30x3 1-2 tires; and we want 'here .hM n Oft
electric lights. These shOrde laative s Drugstore. pulling through sand Is concerned, turn home tomorrow. F.
yfor light power 7tomach and ver from this car has no equal. Thanking our i, h s and fev. Price
fin maurteous at- them. H. W. Tueker, the electric amp- friends for past favors, we are Ae a or.
pes L Spec attentiom to ply man. Mr. 3. D. Dedt e of Gainesville. is a Very respectfully, T Is Deliclon CaSes a he Had Per o-
is m manager for this territory for the Per J. H Spencero
aacEm amer HEALTH AND VITAIMY Singer Sewing Machine Co. Per J H. Spencer. Mr. 3. W. Sylvester who h fl ma
..-...._. Cosmetics and lotions will -Cort F WFOen.i his mh a d
NeMm pANlD awt yourf id P and V the glare of the sun hurts your uaPeters bur for the past w
blotches like Fblers Orino Laxative. eyes, get a pair of smoked glasses We have a large supply re woodtomorrow.
,,"-__ __---"... .for Inill" m, stomach and liver from us for 25Q The Postoffice Drug- uhninaeA nae r f emA awa .. i
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SBo cmn o te rso anx ious d t oa uc Ibn
t h trs In the parlor Mrs Harris sat tfa-
"b t <*i olrt I~la Ce ~ ~ loyld tymding herself. i W for it was a rery warm
Irdaty. M She was d.roe ser a to a gown of
F ft L Cw1ks I at -- m b p h summer finery that would hare been
S.I mo tho rsteIho pa ompany c nd more suitable to h ber had be been.
IN r 1 4i" utndtbe mt-dnne.ay fifteen years younger. and she
Sft t sa was engaged Ina her ual pTleao t oc-
UM~~- ~ aide m cupatlon of critclsing-or "knokeIne
So d bTE R p p t~ t s Je andecalled I wa
WT tWe WVd nfm fteS k M Ekt ot W Brooks was to dinner coat and bore
SBrook o- th e r other external evidence* of his pro
&, 9, 0 _- ,*c t- J lato i^t dw ofhpeMrity. Harrisch, however, was begin
1*,' jg pr 9g-- M_ s pw-I purchased at considerable physkli
tm ader ahed how a mp coman de- cost. for be bad become thinner and
'p E LITTLE '3 Uburu-,. -oe was pale and haggard. The worry hii
:io h rst rns CHAPTER IX. plane to be seen. and ble was I ame
b uuu Ww AwuIW ATK the end of the first month ecralWy surly mood and as nervous as
Sas P sed In their new home Mrs the proverbial cat
a l ori mo BrootM' JoyIn the sudden and as I o was saying to oe." observed
L.UITT E MZA ti greass at change In ber husband's Mrs. Harr*e tuniag to Emmapa nd
bow.a wnt sot he stanmhp company re. Beth. for a hotel of this character
ma ned undhimiirhed Her mother te eth not what It ieht be, It s
UM s Harris, hadcome to look upon terribly bitter. Otherwise I liked the
A*L 111 31thi l Tt h grteso t and to beath- aultdinner. Ye." on te whole. "It liked the











e .Pr Moreover, of late. symptoms much better tban it has bee. I think
4" dn ord er mor and nervous you had ld er Bt Ip to I were yout Joe. I'd
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"Goodam b Emm r one woutd ld hardly "WhaSo mtb bematter tha amanr ad
t and *byWrieingIn Tim Mt C* e after dlB ner, to rd asked Emma.wh r
of VaWTor.o TI Moot As-to Brooks himelfr motheexuberanced (onternumped Tomorinent arow)-
: l II H Kd i k 2 fr. R-mdd Fd Right sta had worn off coThat waioer suits me. and drebv dre, and at
abl y. He did not share to any ex- ea R D Emma kick." cut IG PJoe.ND
St t th t .llht eaowed Emma of her It hi was a t Harris was note to beMrsup.
Swift. W ol dlffhed happiness and rip- pre lued by any snubbing from hie mnten
---- e nI *fl rP with oyousale on the pianoStill." she persistes, I think eerl
Sa" In sons that had smoothed out the money you are paying here"-
Sthe 'eM r of care on her fatbers V For the money I am paying's New -
brow wben she sang to him in the be retorted. 'Tm satisfied. It seems to
l LITTLE -* ANZA days of her girihood. He had become me that that is all there is to It.
m ad more thoughtful, with lapses "Mother, dear, please don't ftnd
L L. N g KAM, S * *CMA, FIUBA at unexpected times Into absentmind- fault." urged Emma. "It bs all so
"Do you knowver, of late, symptoms much better than It have not beeI think
of his former ll humor and nervous you shtr would be happy to see thiars." Mrngs. o






SALL KINDS O i marty had renot at all tred they are."
a e ,oodners Ems, one would hardly "So much better than Emma's hadll
>fes Meal. &sswIai Cl Ens, d Ete. Pied. .. nh know your, exclaimed Beth to ber one for so long." chimed In Beth.












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S--- "Please don't call me 'little sister,'" SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE
S- .,- .. -" obJected Beth. "You're always mak-
Ilag t fu oftme." A $40 scholarship in the Stanley
"My g ar Beth. It is you who are Business College. of Thomasville. Ga..,
always makin tfun of yourself," Em- for sale for $10. Apply at the Star
MKr" ta hWSOE. '*office.
.--" Indeed notr
-KnTf L "Why aot laugh and play and Just
l la- T nBad BLOOD
t" AU UMOiS Ithafts the thi& You are only e gb-
i.:", 'l !id f iJ T 1rl O-, *em whle I have reached years of
dise rm twenty-five, you know. "Before I began ing Cmets I had
-m W N i -- -- og oamd awfully staid and wise into conse- abad co.ptezin., implies es ay fso,
-a -l ^^ - -~."-, asmld my food was otdies itda
"Toa weren t a tomboy." have been. Now I aM entirely wL, aad
SWILSON P prlet Gr "O, yes, I was ntil I felln I love th pipleshfromy
Too were a wee bit of a little maid face I can truthfuy sa taCa
t an d after I fell In lore I became Sae as ju dst e tIsed Ivetbs. sew
twe boxes of them."
a :- y littUe goose like all girls In loveC "Daac Grif, harida, .
and thm"-
"Tou married Joe." 1hmss. Palatable. Pohat TiTs Oe4oo
- MJrwo a, Rm l C F mi"rF "e" sald Emma seriously. "and K N r a n e.
L D that's why I want you to have such a he tablet stamped C C C. Gaisema
"* ', R.^'(O W M. Good time now, while you can. Of w your miat bI
(FOR WOMN) em 1 hop you'll not bate the hard -
A Ahu SoMak*f10, tIP T0agaasse Flerida p that Joe and I ave had-I mean T AT AU
O St "- T .i a A College without a parallel n theed-but one neverr"
.m LalS- S south. offers degrees and dipma -Neer mind the past now. Emma. Practical
L A hool. of Lberow.It A .ow.Its good to be living CARPERTER ID n UD ER
-IL A School or indiuPtria Arts.
N Arts a gl" Aarituur; I. A School of FIne Arts. ese agala, but the best of It all Is that Carefu, estimates m -ae on al I
'ul L WMihtea, aad Me- IV. A School of zxpreio~. Jo ie has uccmceded. Even mother ad- contract work. mves more and bet-
a,--, -b e-n l- X-wa Normal V. A School for Teacher, mdts It. Think of Itr" ter work for the money than ry
0bl 1 OmG1eate SMhbee1 1p1emneM No Tultlon. Other Expenses very low "8e even likes him" confided Beth. otber cotractor in own.
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PLAYED HAVOC IN PENSACOLA
Florida Swept by the eaBsomr Pringe
Of the Great Sterm
Pensacola, Sept. 2L-Tbe hurricane
that has excited Interest around the
Cuban coast for several days past
took a northerly course yesterday and
struck the extreme southwest section
of the country with terrific force, but
doing much damage as far eastward
as Pesacola. Heavy wind with a ve-
locity of fifty to sixty miles an hour.
was blowing all day and shipping In-
terests were "but out of business and
several vessels sustained damage.
Some barges, loaded with lumber.
were sunk on the western beach, and
small boats aloag the beach were
pounded to pieces. Residents at Wool-
sey and Warrington and all along thM
bay shore west of the city came up to
the city on cars and are housed In the
hotels and with friends, leaving their
homes to the mercy of the elements.
The navy yard is completely cut off.
The tracks of the street railway com-
pany are covered with water In places
as is the trestle at Bayou Chieo, west
of the city.
A BURGLAR IN TOWN
:-Is name Is "bad cough." Be don't
care for any gold or silver but he wil
steal your health away. If he appears
in your house arrest him at once with
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, It may
mean consumption If you don't. A cure
for all coughs, colds and chest trou-
bles. Price 25c. 60e and $1 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
GEORGIA LAW IS NO JOKE
Dallying With It Caused Ton tInmr-
aow Compemnie to Lose Their
Atlanta, Sept. 22.-As a result of
their failure to comply with tbe law
requiring them to file semi-annual
statements of their condition with the
governor, ten Insurance companies of
various sorts will be deprived of the
privilege of doing business in Georgia
for a year. These statements were re-
quired by law to be filed within sixty
days following June 30, 190 I, and the
governor yesterday notified Insurance
Commissioner W. A. Wright as to the
companies falling to comply with the
law.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of
Robinsonville, DeL, wrote: "About two
years ago I was thin and sick, and
coughed all the time and If I did not
have consumption, it was near to it
I commenced using Foley'sa Honey and
Tar, and It stopped my cough, and
now I am entirely well. and have
gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to
good results from taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Sold by all drug-
gists.
VALUABLE BOOKS
They Should be in Every Homuseeld.
Are Highly Rece -melded
Their Titles are: "What a YToun
Boy Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Man Ought to Know"; "What a Young
Husband Ought to Know"; "What a
Man of 45 Ought to Know"; "What a
Young Girl Odght to Know"; "What
a Young Woman Ought to Know";
"What a Young Wife Ought to Know";
"What a Woman of 45 Ought to
Know."
These books were written by emi-
nent persons, well qualifiled for the
task and are worthy of any one's
time to read, especially persons to
whom their title refers. They tell of
the origin of life and Its sacred func-
tions and are commended by noted
persons, male and female. No parent
can bestow a worthier or more com-
mendable gift to their daughter or
son.
Rev. L. B. Warren. the 'former be-
loved pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church has given these works highest
commendation and urges parents to
buy them for their boys ard girls, as
does Rev. H. E. Gabby. Rev. B. HL
Barnett and Rev. W. H. Coleman. P.
A. Bone, a worthy young man. prepar-
ing for the ministry, is soliciting for
these valuable volumes and we trust


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