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
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 09 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID03280
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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When this ranchman. Meade Ham-
mond, became a member of the Colo-
rado legislature he propounded his
scheme, whiah was to build a tunnel
six miles long under the mountain
which separated the river from the
valley, carry the water of the river
through the tunnel and thence over
the valley in Irrigating ditches.
The scheme at first looked vision-
ary, but $25,000 spent in preliminary '
work convinced the state of Colorado
that it was feasible. The United
States reclamation service was asked
for help and it pent four years In in-
vestigation before it undertook the
work of building 'the tunnel. which
has taken up another four years.
A total cost of the tunnel will be
over $5,000,000. but the peculiar fea-
ture is that Uncle Sam loans this
money to the farmers who are to be
benefited by receiving water. Of all
the millions spent by the government
In various public improvements, this
is probably the first time In history
that any of the money has been paid
back. The total cost of building the
tunnel Is to be divided among the
farmers, according to the acreage
they possess.
It was said that 10.000 families
could find homes and good Incomes on
this land. and the statement was in
no wise exaggerated. Delta county,
In which a greater part of the land is
located,. s one of the greatest fruit
producing sections in the west and
the biggest in the state of Colorado.
Any fruit grower who makes less than
$100 an acre off his land thinks he
has had a crop failure, and the profit
has run as high as $1,300. With an
average of $200, or even less. off a 15-
acre tract, it will be seen that the
farmer will have a good income. The
great fertility of the land was one of
the pointe which determined the gov-
ernment to build the tunnel.
The people who have settled in Del-
ta county also are peculiar for a farm-
ing community. A large percentage
of them are former professional men
wearied or broken down by the strain
of life in the city. These are the
men who become most successful, for
they have trained Intellects and are
able to get the best results from their
One can get some slight idea of the
size of the tunnel from figures. It is
sli miles long and a cross section is
12x18 feet Every Inch of It Is ce-
ment lined, and It delivers 1,300 cubic
feet of water every second. As the
water flows Into the ditches It will be
used to develop electricity to furnish
light and power for Delta county.
And all built (or the Interest of $5.-
000,00 for ten years, which Is the.
time given the farmers to pay back
their money.

was seen In the red face. hands an.1
body of the little son o M. Adams.
of Henrietta, Pa. s I plight
from ecaema lha for five-years, de-
fied all reed and baffled the best
doctors, who id|the poisoned blood
had affect his lungs and nothing
could save jim. "But," writes nlis
mother, "se vn title of Electric Bit.
ters complete him." For erup-
tions, eczema. Tt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders and rheumatism
Electric Bitters Isa supreme. Only 60c.
Guaranteed by all druggists.

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Which wll Rsisim from the Doert
a NMred and rfty Thound
Aeree of Lawd
Montrose, Colo.. Sept. 24.-As the
triumphant climax of his visit to Col-
orado, President Taft opened yester-
day the gates of the Mf06,00, Gun-
Mamon tunnel, turning the flow of a
river Into the, magnificent bore and
the main and distributing canals, and
thereby reclaiming to enormous pro-
ductivity an arid empire of 150,000
acres. The opening of the tunnel
marked the completion of one of the
most stupendous Irrigation projects
ever attempted and will transform a
desert into fertile farms which will
provide homes and good Incomes for
not less than 10,000 families. The
visit of the president to Montrose and
the opening of the tunnel was made
the occasion of a great celebration in
which practically the entire population
of this section of Colorado participat-
ed. A program of "Wild West" con-
tests and amusements Including a
rWce of pretty cowgirls mounted on
their own fleet ponies, was carried out
for the delectation of the distinguish-
ed visitors.
To a ranchman in Delta county.
Colorado, must be given the credit
for conceiving the idea of building
the largest irrigation tunnel in the
world. He knew that the Uncompah-
gre valley. in the southwestern part
of Colorado, and in which Delta coun-
ty Is located, was as fertile as any
locality In the west If an adequate
water supply could be secured. Half
a dozen miles away from the valley
the Gunnison river was flowing to
waste between the walls of a canyon
which sometimes ran up as high as
2.500 feet above the river bed. and it
seemed impossible that the water
could ever be taken out for Irriga-

vouz, the smaller vessels, which are Use one mckae of Jea-0 Ice C subject
to constitute the parade, will sail Powder. one bog'e milk-mix d free. church
around the great International fleet, NowH a more. AB iesrediests in the gently
an dthe replicas of the Half Moon and pScke. Makes 2 quarts of Pure. Delic- new lot
the Clermont will be escorted to the IO@s ke Cream In 10 mimes. Grocersc are very
river and formally presented to the E.Adc s, Saturda M
celebration commission. F m, Addr ess 4 Saturday
Great Britain sends four vessels. Le Trilby
France is represented by three tur- hoped t
ret ships. The cruiser Utrecht of the Davis ex
Netherlands is already here. Mexico an early
sends the gunboat Bravo. From Cuba I Mr.
comes the revenue cutter Hatney and I the S;
from the Argentine Republic the train- spending
ing ship President Sarmiento. Russia turned
will be represented only by the naval Wednes
attache of the embassy in Washing- M r.IW Fir J W lS r' V
ton. as the czar Is sending no vessels al City
to represent his country. days wi
Uncle Sam. of course, will make the They say, but If you will examine The
best showing of the lot. He will have carefully the ice which melts so rap- Brooks
about fifty-three vessels in line andly you will note that there seems to return
they will be of all types, from the b h i rets r
great battleship to the small subma be that the center s what several
rines. is called "snow Ice." which, being por- Ocala,
ous, allows it to melt quickly. cessful
Do not be deceived by unscrupulous hod
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assetimofenie ami dmeat@6 aW ~Vp"
Is pooplelee Poud H, PMe T r
Ham, Chicken LosE, Lunch TWM IfMfmR SinMagt~i
Sausage, Sliced anpedM Be1 %. i

Jams of al kinds, Gaava Jely, aie bAppli 2 .e
Fg Preserves and May Oterl, e Oew 9.10 "W"
Olive Chow Chew, Pkles, Apple, ach

ill assortment of Fancy. Cfes is b t

for School Lunch. AU tleNdts 3adt

goods in packages, 5c a lOc.


6g' g~aOTA IN MOURNING uiy Ih
.i;moJ.mIJohson L aid o 5 8TII T hi
Reot at His Boyheod Homs
St. Paul, Minn, Sept. 24.-For five Astronomer Present Strong Argu-
minutes yesterday afternoon all in-
dustrial activity in Minnesota ceased mnts why Neither Cook or Peary
as a tribute to the memory of the Could Have Reached the Pol. G o
late governorr Johnson. The pause ; ,
came at the exact moment the gov- Washington. Sept. 24.-Some of the
ernor's body was lowered into the world's leading astronomers seriously
grave In the cemetery at St. Peter. doubt that either Cook or Peary
Yesterday morning ten companies of reached the north pole. Professor
state militia marched to the state Francesco Paccla de Schlo of Italy.
capitol building and the bojy of the says that either Commander Peary
governor was removed from the ro- has been misquoted or else he didn't
tufto, where it had lain In state 24 reach the pole. The professor refers
hours, and where eighty thousand to the statement Commander Peary is
sorrowlit people viewed the remains, alleged to have made that he saw the
Troops escorted the body on a special moon on April 9. 1909. According to
funeral train which left for St. Peter the professor the moon at that time
at 10 o'clock. The grief of the citi- was on the other side of the equator.
zens was everywhere manifested. AU Commander Peary claims that he was
buildings were draped, business was practically at the pole at that time
suspended and the schools were dis- and that he saw the moon.
missed for the day. On the other hand Protf. John N.
._ Stockwell. who is well known as an
HOW'S THIS astronomer, says that if Dr. Cook
didn't see the midnight sun on April
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- 7 1908, he missed the pole by at least A
ward for any case of catarrh that can- three hundred miles. A I
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co..
We. the undersigned, have known thusiasti ome Given the Ex-
P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and E ua otio wel omie Givn thi Ex-
believe him perfectly honorable In all pier of his Return to his
business transactions and financially Native Land
able to carry out any obligations made Portland. Me., Sept. .-After a
by hi Irm. nnan & Marvn. happy achievement of the object of |m |l
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0. Emany atrugle Commander
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern- the successful North Pole
ally, acting upon the blood and mu- hunter, returned home yesterday. The VD
allycous surfacestin upon the blood m.and mu- train bearing Lieutenant Peary and
cous surfaces of the system. Testi- his family and a score of newspaper
monlals sent free. Price 75c per bot- his fmn y and a soreoe a wspaper
tie. Sold by all druggists. Take Hairs men. crossed the line at Vanceoro
Family Pills for constipation yesterday morning All along the line W e I
a Bp-ds gathered at the depots in the
FAMINE MAY FOLLOW FLOO of catching a glimpse of the e%-
FAMINE MAY FOLLOW FLOO plorer. but no formal welcome was
given until he reached Bangor at 11:15
Cotton, Rice and Sugar Cans Crops o'clock. There he was met by Mayor
Ruined and immediate Relief Woodman and a committee of the
Nedd to Save thoe People councill and escorted through the ( I
New Orleans. Sept. 24.-Official In- cheering thousands to the Bangor V0.
formation is reaching here from the House, where he was the guest of
storm-swept district and it shows the honor at luncheon. Later he was pre-
loss of life is fully as great as the Rented with a magnificent loving cup
early reports indicated. More than on the balcony of the hotel in the
two hundred lives were lost In Terre- sight of thousands of spectators. At
bonne parish, Louisiana. Forty bodies 3.40 in the afternoon he boarded the 11
have already been identified. Twenty- express for Portland, where he arriv- i
one fatalities are reported from the ed at 7:40 u. m.. and then occurred
Interior and one hundred along the the only big reception until the set-
east coast outside of Terrebonne. A Ilement of the JiCook-Peary contro-
fervent appeal for aid was received versy. The banquet was held at the
today from the sheriff, who says there Falmouth hotel and the reception in
is grave danger of famine and pesti- the auditorium. Governor Fernald
lence. Physicians with medical sup- and other distinguished Maine men
plies have gone to the scene. Food attended. Today Commander Peary
and clothing will be sent at once. A and his family will leavl for their
boat arriving from Grand Island set summer home at Eagle Island in a
all fears at rest by reporting all safe. motor boat.
Two-thirds Of the cotton crop in this -
state. along the lower Mississippi and L'ENGLE HANDED A LEMON
Alabama will be a total loss. Fully
one-third of the total rice and sugar. I *.
crops have been ruined. Systematic Brooksville Net Impressed by the
work of relief will be begun as soon Spectacular Candidate for the
as the governor names the commit- Senate
tees to take charge. Brooksville, Sept. 24.-Claude L'En-
gle, candidate for the nomination for
READ THIS: United States senator, was here yes-
terday in the Interest of his candida-
Dunnellon, Pla, Sept. 1st. 1909.-I cy. He "butted in" on the town
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St. meeting called to nominate city offi-
Louis, Mo, for six years. Every bot- corn, but had only a few moments to
tIe I sell adds a customer for it. It Is sleak, as he was to leave on the aft-
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and Ele t rnoon t nitera in.tes senator
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht. "Elect me Uni ted tates senate r
Merchant 0 days treatment n each and I will get for you anything that
bottle. you want," declared Mr. L'Engle. Ad-
dressing particularly an old citizen in
the dfudience. the candidate complac-
GREAT FLEETS GATHERING gently asked. "How does that'sound to
Robert FuIlt Made Possible the Im- -"Sounds to me like a gold brick
mense Celebration in His Honor scheme." was the disconcerting reply. -m
which CoittAance Tomorrow
New York. Sept. 24.-Flying the
flags of many nations, several great I
warships are anchored off Sandy Hook
today, the latest arrivals being three A $40
British vessels. The Inflexible, the Business
flagship of Sir Edward H. Seymour, for sale
is due tomorrow. The German cruls- office.
er Victoria Louise, the flagship of ra
Grand Admiral von Koester. and the
cruisers Bremen, Hertha and Dresden,
also arrived today. The foreign ves- Pw
sels will remain off Sandy Hook until O]WOW The
Saturday, when they will sail up the ww w hay and
Hudson to participate in the naval u- vantage
pageant which will Inaugurate the e I quantity
Hudson-Fulton celebration. el 0 Of I ce n Rev.
Seventeen vessels of foreign powers. a beau
their guns booming out salutes, will fc morning
then steam up the river and take up "Faithfi
their allotted places north of Forty- Justice.
second street Following the rendez- ECJPE: sermon




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Scholarship in the Stanley
s College, of Thomasville, Ga.,
for $10. Apply at the Star


weather is fine for saving
I the farmers are taking ad-
of it and having a large
* of nice quality of hay.
J. N. Weatherford preached
tiful sermon last Sunday
g. taking for his subject,
ulness,:' and did the subject
He preached an excellent
Sunday night, taking for his
"The Prodigal Son." The
folks and friends have re-
supplied the church with a
of song books, which they
Proud of.
M. G. Davis came home last
y from his saw mill near
quite sick with fever. It is
hat he will soon recover. Mr.
expects to move to his mill at
y date.
T. N. Sumner. president of
imner Lumber Co.. after
g a week at his mill here, re-
to his home at Tallapoosa
V. E. Nix went down to Flor-
Tuesday to spend a couple of
th his son, Edward.
many friends of Mrs. S. B.
will be pleased to know that
s sufficiently recovered as to
to her home after spending
weeks in the hospital in
where she underwent a suc-
operation. It is indeed to be
hat she will recover her good

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If you are Interested ina or are thisMnflar t pwMa g a
car, there is nothing for the moaqw o powerful. rtelible NA p~OiO *MA
hill-climbing apd sand-pulling qualltlMe as the Brah. TYo m 4 oaip
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SN_ a g Img p 01a a the ledtabe of the atmgnpm eaem1very
1 "MI, Mo.. t Ing SNO W e noables meanto c erese his
t oAs and speed.

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agg Win ama '.- esearand ,ves.satety is hule4 with
3aag. -h- gatt hse a Mn amelts a oTie A CHaccutMe wil-
'b" go id**a i*MOW- t010 7 alleofthee e ge for "oar business
vetwM h tAtue, at p. .t t- and more.
s ter ag sMaln tal eC m Toe emot a order to go e in abus-
s oris w saga so Md .d .* sad daft w as t site u ar everts to
eb w. mia g Ah. W -a oarv psd area frtetso h Iethe
this )Wagalgg te W W t M o th aa* e tauetpent pets hamountvat uses b

hW O t n gA MBia l W ae e Map,' +the cheek account. Others
o, ta be# o o., ~av tried itaa lear t aooly could
"~st* gt ar Tote etm halle to won weit n tblo
.p..Dr. al bMum 0 p d wIS .em to plreael o eit theby

+m wW the bm m. tn ave a s e a ut th aeoafr e he
a d Ta8eaaM. hep mt ta HEl MUN A & Wms. iTul t

.... a ha.oSra. W teek

. a ayof a a Natl"t a aamstooalhe l
Sda he very da, d me to have Thp are paptis owfteAed ys Prim ar
w v* itoV a. tteir s- easlog aem o tlthoe Ast second
.-. 'i f a ism taoea a ad ethi ads wlt a l ls m emble at the
.im Owet eL" C a to eiginto ree a sW oe bli la rdon day It A
Swaihari 60 If l a l ook at tI Septemberaoh, S her Oat 8:u1e oc a
ItS 1t e hmue -ha ail dwhoewi be lxt.yewofagy
dew -gs e- ain2, 19W i allowed by tfe
ST a a - t aboardpube actiontoenter
a" so a Ngn oe s school

ab I"ear- Prmr oSchooowle- ayaad ^
.., |a aa m w put aI. f -
be" saery l tsws ae a very The Oalis Shoe Oeala wim opeany
Vaba^e wg sel agnd oter -Wcan the Ustcathelt eao f September. All popls
I" t e* to do wi ll please conet prepay d to take ex-
Se ma, wa m aave d their h aminatioesn Mday the 27
metel teselaers on Saturday after-

mm ea. ha OA aa ta. ha. nr. sWl ocSan Xapmfd bmrn.
ambe t .. I nhama-W &ac a ,t ame September 2fth, at 3:3 the
soes w wiwe' aaDdew esallms alaome Wate, aIS Uoth bylithe
to Orland'a muca broh as be a b t acpl to tMe C. r1
l a 4 F loridaI* as-aeow ba n I* tWorkmranePrincipal.
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tempt o_ *1 s e. n e ne lloe C-, Sex by lrvens.
*e e. iOatf ttis ge a oplw at o NOR=ANDMUG PmOR ScAol.E
lvi.The he is r t. OrSWhe i to
Vas t tSo rId umvi erwas sad JW FersaOle cheap for coN the blackY
Spaces er ta astyar he mare trmerly owned by Major Islaru
4aAn Stiem tha. sed a b tand e at-me the o ecolt and rubber-tired
,~M m e w -is to beaer M bL a r eoa. Write e Aly to or cal
4h IllV T rIN due aU(lhtp eeinmtmeh

e er y j elaemt mati atd mae 2 t a the
S- eathah are Mr. B.SE ha yan dra liapened sa
ad s 6 00hs9awspihos theds' W po Hbe Is prepared toW a "e avery Aekli n
wMM aOdLASAmms ehr tbaga the ofhsamples sid take orde for suts
SM eaad OMt s Aftghe spea jer will th at ane baed to At sad willg veo
SMs Bpl6M . oesleIt vluess. -me btime a call
Ma.. tin, thes ighetorimooftOR RET U isr
the o eoeMartind& own, romprie*-
as i tlhe MsBmsse aotingm at James Pyles will be for rest Oct. bst;
Me a ..d Ashe.ville. .C corner Watals and ruathseorth
h twe-Y e Sam Md streets tAppl to or. CEl C. Jone
theI thank tho who imapatronmee In
taw s gal Md rille the wtt a nd tr continueHAPPY

serve l ltero t aa yoa n a tultetheath. WATIoeai*t
asft a he eat thethad het m pet% MWAu*.rInt

m sal See f taa tm s toa the o as.rnat but l aNaer Honey and Tar

re I pe t hro g r he to- for ehr0nie eoaay-h bhroelltis, hay
r wa*.a1.5. ,.Mg.s m pea ata the eae ea a te sa.
m A t h fever, o sathms anpd len trouble, ar It

.S. Bf a dt r th saal ..eho for med by REN OT ra-e.

seg vetal pem Ik haem a hithtl em-
plepi a the Dl a lnha hoephate ESTRAY NOTICE
". at Ud wn4d hISs eo- NOtice is hereby given that I have
SViAh t vat *0eW-- a In my pasture south of Ocala on Or-
ilmesl w th~o-s k A ber sad an W venae, one red steer about 3
this di*. Th Starw years old. Broke Into the premises
S. Aadeasem a met s-" about July It, 19aI. Owner caa have
Sf amew h aa. = the steer by proving property and by
^ l_ IS br8 to t_ of 'pelpayin expenses of his keep and this
Mm'h ftli oadverient P. W. Ditto.
bb Ao Swam Ikt I N MM R V-> Ocala, rAL., Sept. 21. Im.
M" I. Mat wak h W o to Ia-
a": d. d s Ms slde. Miss
m l r "aaB.a An llthought rdlose my le." writ
.. A. s mrtown, Wis, "Ten
eas of eca that 16 doctors could
m*.t cure, ha t laid me up. Then
vie. s a ser iM ew'. yestrby. Bucklesn' e cured It sound
S. iSe ha m a N -me why u. and well. ifor skin eruptions.
W" a dty- i ecema, bolls, fever sores.
osmo, oMfM btmun dB- mrna, scatMs, euts and ples. 25c at
g the writer ha MM i hea b eed druggists
St too I Wad a S" some to ith
aa-M hA lik lats hm aad C ae ope HOUND DOG TRAYED
hi the s at who ~Sapy l tad 0 Styed from my stable at Dunnel-
m-r C thm aga t i om, me very large hound dog; will
I. m BI am- m anmid weIgh between 66 and S pounds;
S' "t lbaBin mt payl g th laek antd tan c colored; h small lump
.tn. A mil satt alam m a.ct ms ae and blue speckled spot In
4mb. pmlN -l *. reas.t; had eO heavy collar; left sta-
: e bmi 1AM Uo km over. Is Moaday miht. Send Information
-th a m I gmtjh ht tha m lit or return dog and receive liberal re-
,s+* by M8rGale, xr f.b ma ward. N. H. Boswell. Dunnellon, Fla.
,I afe t m 40 s0ao0 r o w ie
wt to hi Hl7Wi. 0 owmm MIPPITY HOP
a" -- l WI N 1 they attempt Are you Just barely getting around
to M b aItha hat potay the by the aid of criebsaor a cane? Un-
s ; we. ara sawuft .& a Ws foe. les you havost a lmb or have a
-- deformity--fp trouble Is rheuma-
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Last might q0eer thMne happend
to the Xra In front of the are sta-
tioa. Various topics were being dbs-
eumssed when all of a sudden a small
shot struck the chief on his anoe.
Thea na assistant was hit In the eye.
others pattered on the cheeks of the
rank and fle, which set tongues wag-
gla sand minds speculating m the
mysterious rata of shot. The group
left their seats and made sky line ob-
servations. They strolled over to the
cage In the zoo, when tiny shot drop-
pingou a ts tin roof created a sound
more mystloum than ever. A report
was about to be sent to the weather
department at Washington about a
downpour of shot in this city, when a
missile plunked the eye of another ob-
server, who noted that the shot came
from the hand of Roy Galloway. which
let the eat out of the bag. It seems
that Roy. who was one of the group.
had filled his mouth with shot and
with a dimunitive blow pipe had been
distributing shot from right to left,
but unseen by those who were hit.
The secret was out and the laugh fol-

All Masons are earnestly and cor-
dially Invited to I, present with us
and participate i the ceremonies of
the laying of the cornerstone of our
new "Temple Theater" by officers of
the grand lodge on Thursday, Sept.
Mth at 3 p. m., and also to meet with
us the same evening to witness ex-
emplflHcation of work by officers of
the grand lodge. Please notice date,
Thursday, Sept. 20th, at 3 p. m., Ocala.
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19 F. & A. M.
Dr. Coeek the Gus*t of Honor at a Big
Banquet in New York
New YorL Sept. 24.-Cheered by a
thousand men and women as he en-
tered the banquet hall on the arm of
Rear Admiral Winfield Scott Schley,
retired, Dr. Frederick A. Cook told his
story last night before the most bril-
liant audience that he has addressed
since he left the court at Denmark.
The banquet was given by the Arc-
tic Club of America. of which Dr.
Cook is a member, in recognition of
his last polar venture, which culml-'
nated in his announcement that he
had reached the north pole. While
there was no official representative
from either state or nation, the as-
semblage was cosmopolitan and en-
thusiastic. Crowded in the great ball
room of the Waldorf-Astoria. they
toasted the explorer and listened at-
tentively to his recital in the form of
an after-dinner address.
Among those at the tables were ex-
plorers, some of whom know the dan-
gers and suffering of the Arctic sone
almost as well as Dr. Cook. Medr of
science were there too. but the ad-
dress was not technical.
Commander Peary's name he did not
mention, except -at the end of his
speech, when he said:
"There is glory enough for all."

We take this method of thanking
the public through the columns of
your paper for the liberal patronage
that has been extended us through
the past season In our business, as
we have not been able to deliver
cars, as the entire country as a
whole bought more cars than the
Buick factory could produce. We
are Just in receipt of letters giving
us a slight Inkling of our 1910 pro-
duct, assuring us of the fact that
there will be no question in the fu-
ture that we will be cared for. Our
1910 models will be ready for de-
livery the first of November, and
we have the assurance that If we
should need 100 cars we can deliver
the same. Our models 10 and 17
will be continued, but the horse-
power will be Increased 20 per cent.
We will also have a model known
as No. 18, practically the same as
our No. 17, only slightly a smaller
ear, and will sell for about $1400
complete, and we think this model
will hold the rest of them for quite
a while. We will also have a $600,
a runabout, 2-cylinder, opposed
motor In front, under the board,
cone clutch in fly wheel, selective
type transmission and double chain
drive, 30x3 1-2 tires; and we want
to say to the public that so far as
pulling through sand is concerned,
this car has no equal. Thanking our
friends for past favors, we are
Very respectfully,
Per J. H. Spencer.
A merciless murderer Is appendicitis
with many vlc _r But Dr. King's
New Ife Pil kilh It by prevention.
They gently saate stomach, liver
and bowels, prilyt~ng that clogging
that Invites 'appejlclitis, curing con-
stipation, billouness, chills, malaria,
headache and Indigestion. 25e at all
New York City. Sept 24.-The re-
publican city convention has nomlnat.-
ed Otto T. Bannard, president of the
New York Trust Co., for mayor: for
comptroller, William A. Prendergast,
and John Purdy for president of the
board of aldermen.

Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of
Robinsonville, DeJL,"--te: "About two

years ago I thi and sick. and
coughed all tfe 'and if I did not
have cons upt p.7It was near to it.
I commenced Foley's Honey and
Tar, and I smpj i my cough, and
now I am e Hrely well. and have
gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to
good results from taking Foley's
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Sow eGnd Day
(By Katharine Leste Steveasea)
Tune-Old Black Joe
All round the world the rbea whie
Is twined;
All round the world the glorius Mght
has shined;
All round the world our casne has
right of way;
We'll raise the anthem swell of vie-
Some glad day.
Its coning, Its coming.
The morm for which we pray
Well take this state for prohldtliom
Some glad day.
All round the world where sounds the
note of woe:
There in God* strength, our rlbbom
white shall g&;
Emblem of peace, of purity's bright
'Twill bind our sin-stained earth to
Some glad day.-Cho.
All round the world, hosanams yet
shall rng;
Al lands and climes the Savior's
praises shall sing;
No Jarring note shall mar that rap-
turous lay,
'Twill rise from all the sin-saved ma-
Some glad day.-Cbo.
-By Permlsaiom.

Sunday Scheel Tempwa e Prgram
As next Sunday, Sept. ith, is the
day set apart by the International
Lesson Committee as "Tmnmpor-es
Sunday," we suggest that the followl-
ing catechism be used In every Sua-
day school In MarIon county in con-
nection with the lesson.
What does the Bible say of Intox-
icating liquor?
"It biteth like a serpent"
Why is liquor like the bite of a ser-
It contains poison, called alcohol,
which will cause death.
What does a person usually become
who learns to like alcoholic lluors
and drinks them every day?
A drunkard.
What light does the Bible throw on
the path of the drunkard?
"No drunkard can Inherit the king-
dom of God."
What is the combined amount spent
for all the public schools, all the
chureses in the United States and all
the churches In foreign fields?
rour hundred and eighty-one mill-
!on dollars.
Is that as much as it spent for liq-
uor each year in the United States?
No. Nearly three times as much is
spent for liquor. The drink bill Is more
than the value of all the wheat, corn.
and oats; more than all the beef and
pork and mutton; more than all the
church papers, magazines and school
Is whisky a good thing, that so
much Is spent for it?
No; It Is a very bad thing.
Does drinking liquor make men
No; it inakes them worse. It causes
them to mistreat their wives and
abuse their children.
Does drinking make them richer?.
No; it makes them poor and causes
their families to suffer.
Why do so many large business es-
tablishments refuse to emplQy men
who drink liquor?
Because men who are under the In-
fluence of liquor are unsafe in their
business dealing.
Why do life Insurance companies
refuse to Insure the lives of habitual
Because they are dangerous risks.
They are liable todlie at any time.
Cannot something be said in favor
of the liquor traffic?
Not one thing.
It is not as bad as the yellow fever,
is it?
Yes: It kills more every year than
the yellow fever, the smallpox and the
earthquake all put together. %
What part of all Insanity cases are
attributed to liquor?
What part of all crimes?
How many murdered wives each
year caused by drink?
Three thousand.
How many suicides each year does
liquor cause?
Five thousand.
How many murders?
Seven thousand.
How many orphans?
One hundred thousand.
How many die drunkards every
One hundred thousand.
How many boys take their places?
One hundred thousand.
How many boys become drunkards
every hour?
Twelve boys become drunkards ev-
ery hour.
Whose fault is it that men are per-
mitted to sell liquor and cause so
much sin, suffering and crime?
It is the fault of the men who vote
to allow it to be sold.
Do men vote to allow such a dread-
ful thing?
Yes. JaLbnce to say, some men vote
to allow it
Is it possible to put a stop to this
great wrong?
Yes; whenever a majority vote
against license, liquor cannot be sold.
If a man votes to allow liquor to be
sold, does he not make himself to
blame for the murders, all the Insan-
ity and all the crimes and all the suf-
fering caused by liquor?
Yes, for by his vote he becomes a
party to all those wrongs.
Is the sentiment against liquor
growing in Florida?
Yes: the vote against saloons
grows stronger each election.
How many dry counties are there in
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0d 9Itew, meet Tuesday alt

'W ma" l Al at f asm1u"
Col H. L. AaderMs.cama. down to-
day fromt Jeai i

Capt. J. L Marte of Okawha is
a guest of the Oea House.

Mr. Eugene Robertsan of Philadel-
phia, is at the Ocala House.
Mr. IL Paul of Bir-ntghutm, is at
at the Oasis House.
Mr. Prank Ohlin of Atlanta is at the
Ocala Homue.
The m hildrea en get their roller
skates at e Oasmia New Ca.
Mr. Nixso, Mr., of Lake Weir, was
In town tony on business.

Mr. Clarence Camp is at home from
a trip to New York.
Jesse Neely of Summerfield is I!M
town today.

Harry Peter of Dunnellnon came up
In his auto this morning.

The beat peduekiofmpr, linen
oleth n 2 5ests per p pound a mid
ev-elp to matsh at OMaf News CAo.

Mr. CarWs L. ISlatrunk came home
today from a trip to Illinois, Missouri
and Kentucky.
FOR RENT-A furnishbed residence
well located ir first ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and little girl
returned home yesterday from a visit
to friends at Orange Lake.
Fresh shipment of Belle Mead
sweets Just received at the Court

Adolph Dame, who has ha a tussle
with fever the past week, is again on
his feet.

Phone us for you prescriptions. We
eall and deliver them. The Court
J. C. Gammage, a prominent cltUisn
of Zuber, paid the Commercial Bank a
satisfactory visit this morning.

The latest ospywright beamks and the
inest general line of beiks ever wAhe
nl tho eisy et the Ocala News Co..
Mr. and Mrs. Rt. Itall are l* me
from a delightful trip through the
north and west.
Rave you seen the new sifb~Js -
Sholes typewriter? It. C. rtd & Co.,
general agents.

Mrs. L..P. Miller and daughter re-
turned home today to the great delight
of the disconsolate colonel.
A fresh supply of the celebrated
hole-proof hosiery for women has
been received at Fishel's.

FOR RENT-A cottage near pri-
mai'y school' building. AppiY tO L.
Colbert at tax coctewa of!
R. C. Davis & Ca1er-< Js spa$I~ s
will sell any make.^ ot d'b*d
typewriter, upon easy terms if desired.

Mr. Will D. Graham andwife went
out to Carter Pond th.'Rernoon to
visit Mrs. Graham's fap, Mr. Mabe
Carter. .- :

AU of the high e nls
gles now In. Y&4is *At te

If the glare of the su hurtsr your
eyes, get a palr of smoked glasses
from us for 5e. h Pattpfflee Drug.

Mr. W. B. Dunea, wh, is' toeVon
the road. to visiting. Key West. Miami
and the big towns on dthe east coast.
He will be home Monday.
MEN-Our Illustrated catalogue ex-

plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed .ree. Moler rber
College, Atlanta. Ga.
The preliminary hearing of the
two negroes arrested for running a
blind tiger. Hull and Albert Reagan,
will take place next Tuesday.
Jergen's Taklum Powder, large cans
holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed
pure and fragrant The Court Phar-

Mr. H. L Anderson, a prominent at-
torney of Ocala. was in the city yes-
terday, registered at the Park.-Jack-
sonville Times-Union. 24th.
WANTED-A capable and reliable
housekeeper, aged fo-ty or over. No
menial duties: good pay to the right
party. Apply at Star office.
Dr. and Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith
are now at Bergen, Norway, stopping
at Hold's Hotel and having a glor-
lous time.
We are showing the best 25l. box of
writing pepper that we have ever had,
and If you want the entire value of
your quarter, don't fall to buy this from
the Postoffee Drugstore.

The premium list for the Marion
County Fair. to be held in Oeala on
Nov. 24126, is out and a copy wiM be
mailed to any address on application.

The trutees will immediately begin
sa efot to raise funds to lay a con-
crete sidewalk across the block oc-
Cepled by the primary school build-
lag. The sidewalk six feet wide and
a curbing will cost S200 and this is a
very low estimate at that. From this
clope price the- W' Sand and ,on... an.. o.avr to give $20. There
will be only $10 more to raise. Who
will head the list? Let the Star know
If you wish to contribute to the good
cause. It will be a lasting Improve-
ment and a public benefit.

A gold watch, hunting case. Wal-
tham movement. Initials B. C. on face
of Case. Finder will please return to
Ben Cody, Holder Block and receive

Our Mr. D. W. Tompkins will leave
Monday for the markets of the west
and middle states to buy new stock
for the stables, livery business and
the sales department Mr. Tompkins
will visit all of the great stock sales
and will buy a lot of good animals. He
will be pleased to care for any special
order that any one from this section
wishes to entrust to him and will
make a careful selection of Just the
horse you wish giving you the benefit
of his experience and the vast num-
bers he will have to select from.
Tompkins & Cobb.
Livery Men and Horse Dealers.

For high grade work of all kinds
of painting, paperhanging and dec-
orating, at the highest prices (no
cheap John work) with a full and ef-
Sclest corps of decorators, call at Mc-
Icer & MacKay's.

I have Just received a lot of the
celebrated Halophane glass shades for
electric lights. These shades increase
your light power 75 iwr cent. Try
them. H. W. Tucker, the electric sup-
ply man.

At the plant of the Florida Packing
and Ice Co., Ocala. Fla.

For sale. a large Ice box; cost $25.
will sell for $10. cash. Suitable for a
large family or boarding house. Ap-
ply at Star office.

. Wanted, ann engertiq man to drive
ice wison. deliver and collect. Apply
to Florida Packing & Ice Co.. city.

A new runabout automobile for sale
at a reasonable discount from orig-
Inal cost. If interested, address "Au-
tomobile," care Star office.

The A. E. Handley house, one of the
most convenient and best built houses,
lage lot and all conveniences in the
house, located in third ward near high
school building, for rent or sale. Ap-
ly to David S. WeadIbwr14older
k. .Qcala, Fla. .

Not Tbgle. 'phone hap bamrned in a
boum li a'O l. A telepa Is better
than iilance. In case t liburglars or
fire you need quick actltn. You get
that day or night with a telephone.
Residence rates. $6 per quarter in ad-
vance. Oeala Telephone Co.

Furnished rooms wanted for light
housekeeping at once, close to busi-
ness part of town. Apply at Star of-

New crop of garden and flower
seeds just received. Wro. Anderson,
druggist and seaman, Ocala, Fla.

ed; modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gas. $10 per week.
running water. $5 per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter. furnished; running
water; modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $25 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block. Ocala. Fla.

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

M. L. Calvin, who has charge of
the electric power plant at Inverness,
was a pleasant caller at the Star of-
fice yesterday.
Young man. wedding announce-
ments are in order. If you want yours
to soon be made, don't fail to take her
a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev-
ening when you call. They are to be
had only at the Court Pharmacy.
Arthur Cobb. the liveryman, is at
his post of duty again, but still feels
the effects of his sickness.
Deputy Sheriff Pulliam came In
from Reddick yesterday with a lot of
wet goods, the result of a raid on the
blind tigers.


Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for it than other

High grade Flour.


ery pound of it guaran-
teed to be the best that

can be made from soft

winter wheat.
exclusively by

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A five-passenger automobile, two-
cylinder, chain drive, in first-class
condition and everything complete, for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.


Mr. F. A. Augerstine, a well known
European genre and portrait painter,
a graduate of the Royal Academy of
Fine Arts at Berlin, Is in the city. a
guest of the LeSeuer House. He has
won considerable fame as a type
painter, having been awarded several
medals for merit at Brussels, Berlin
and Paris. He will open a studio at
Xo. 10 Fort King avenue with Messrs.
Parramore and Halsell. Mr. Auger-
stine will be pleased to receive vis-
itors from 2 to 4 each afternoon. It
will be interesting to see him at work.
He also has on exhibition several
finely executed oil paintings, which
are open for inspection.
Those wishing extra early break-
fasts can gct same at the Elk Cafe. as

"He is all right. He has( been prac-
ticing for twenty-seven years."
Next time you hear that. think. has
he kept step with progress, or is he
where he was twenty-seven years
They treated eyes by burning the
lids twenty-seven years ago.
Some are practicing It yet, but they
ought to be put in JaiL
You should know better than that
I give the why and wherefore for
everything I do In our optical work,
and prove It .o your eyes without
digging or cutting on them.
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala. Fla."
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:30
to 4:30 p. m. Optical office and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.

Many an Ocala Citizen Finds the
Struggle Hard
With a back constantly aching,
With distressing urinary disorders.
Daily existence is but a struggle.
No need to keep it uW,
Dean's Kidney Pills 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\1 had 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-
tle strength and energy. I finally ob-
tained a box of Doan's Kidney Pills
and their use as directed soon proved
that they were the remedy 1 needed.
The kidneys gradually became stronger
my back ceased to ache and the
pains across my loins disappeared. I
have been able to rest well at night
since and as a result, have felt much
better In every way. Doan's Kidney
Pills have certainly benefited me more
than any other remedy I ever used."
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drug store and ask what customers
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo,
New York. sole agents for Lhe United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.

Mr. W. C. O'annon
in the city today.

of Dunnellon is


The Hebrew merchants of Oeal
will observe Saturday as a day of at-
tonement and all places of busiesm
run by Hebrews will be closed from 6
p. m. Friday to 6 p. m. Saturday,
when they will be open for business.
The cheek of the National Bisaeit
Co., made to Mr. F. W. Barse and en-
dorsed by him. which was lost on the
streets Wednesday. was found near
the Marion Hardware store by an em-
ploye of the store and returned to
Messrs. Knight & Laug. who held it.

Mr. Dempsey Mayo, who now rep-
resents the Ohio Whip Co., returned
yesterday from a week among. his
country customers. Demmey is also
raising some fine chickens.
F. W. Barse, the National Bircuit
Co. representative for Florida, re-
turned last night from a two days"
auto trip to Leesburg. Eustis and Or-

Miss Stringfellow of Lady Lake, who
has been the guest of her roommate,
Mis Legie Blitch at Columbia Col-
lege, has returned home from Blitchton
*and will Join Miss Blitdh next Tues-
I day at Lake City to renew her studies
at Columbia College.

"A War-Time Sweetheart," which
will be illustrated at the Air Dome this
evening, is one of those good, old-
fashioned stories that interest did and
young, and the "Advantages of Avia-
tion" is a sketch very pertinent to
the time. The pictures last night were
superb and those who did not attend
missed education and amusement

Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb have the
contract to haul the brick for paving
North Magnolia street They delivered
the first car yesterday.
Mr. George L. Taylor. of the Ocala
Printing company, after a short spell
of sickness, is again at his post of

Captain Harrison has resumed his
duties as Pullman car conductor on
the run from St. Petersburg to Jack-
sonville. He is just back from a short
sojourn in North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tiller of Martin.
were in the city today. Mr. Tiller is
steadily improving and will go be able
to hiscard his stick and walk as well
as he did before his Injury.
Mr. Tompkins. of the livery stable
and sales firm of Tompkins & Cobb.
leaves Monday night for the markets
to buy stock. Don't forget this if you
want him to make selections for you.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall were promi-
nent Ocala people in the city yester-
day, and while here were registered at
the Park. Mr. and Mrs. Hall have
just returned from an extensive trip
in Wisconsin and other northwestern-
Mr. L. Home and wife, leading peo-
ple of Ocala. were ih the city yester-
day. and are among the arrivals at the
Aragon. Mr. Horne is engaged exten-
sively in the naval stores Industry In
that section of the state.-Times-

The Farmer's I
f very careful about her churn. She
scalds it thoroughly after using, and give
!t a sun bath to sweeten It. She knows
that if her churn is sour it will taint tMhe
butter that Is mado in it. The stomach is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro-
cesses which are almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Isit not apparent
then that if this stomach-churn is foul It
maies foul all which is put into it?
The evil of a foul stomach is not alone
the bad taste In the mouth and the foui
breath caused by it, but the corruption of
the pure current of blood and the disease
nation of disease. throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet.
[t does for the stomach what the washing
aid sun bath do for thechurn-absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting ele-
ment. In this way it cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, wcrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors o di.-ea arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste I
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
Jizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stom-
ach, constipated or irregular bowels, abur
or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider-
able number of them, indicate that you are
suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy
liver with the usual accompanying indl-
or dyspeia and their aSendaat


r1-very, lThat this 1 2axolutely true
will be readily proven to yoursatisfactio
If you will but mail a postal card request
to Dr. "t. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y. for a
free copy of his booklet of extracts from
the standard medical authorities, giving
the names of all the Ingredients e-tering
Into his world-famed medicines and show-
ing what the most eminsat medical
of thee sav of thasm.

A splendidly located six-room house
near high school in good condition,
bath and electric lights. Apply at
Star office.
Mr. Frank I Anderson Is visiting
friends and relatives of this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Boyer spent
Sunday in Gainesville.
Miss Lonie Clancy and Ruby An-
derson spent Sunday at Wacohoota.
Oak Vale and Flemlngton crossed
bats on the Flemington diamond Sat-
urday and Oak Vale came out ahead

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of the really successful travelling oe
has resigned his positim with the
Frank E. Block Co., ot Atlanta, to take
'effect October 1st. Mr. Rash wMi
open a broker's office in Oala and
travel the state with about 2 diger-
ent lines to carry.
Mr N. N. GotTleb and &r daughter,
Miss Nellie, have concluded to remials
.in New York .and witness the great
Fulton-Hudson celeWUiation whieh will
take place Sept. 25th to Oct. 1st. It
will be the occasion of their ItWVSr
we don't blame them tfor eIt"-sm
their visit a. week loagr aid tabliu
in the pageant of the eebtury. -

Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddo Is ton
Camden, S. C.. the guest of hebr
brother, Mr. WitherspoonDo who'
is teaching school there.

Mrs. Jake Brown, Miss Helen ad
Master Julius are home from their
summer wanderings, which lactded
St. Louis, Sn--ale-dc-h. Ohio. Uasa.
Neb, Kansas City, etc. They were
away all summer sad had a lovely
time. They are home la me for thei
children to enter school Mr. Brown
met them in Jacksonville.

Mrs. C. K. Sage and ehidreae who
have been spending the entire sam-
mer at Eastlake, returned home this
Mr. Dempsey Mayo, who Is travel-
ing for the Ohio Whip company, ias
Joined the long and growing list of
traveling men who are making Oeala
their homes on account of the WlWy.
advantages that this city ofers to the
knights of the grip.

C. H. Andrew, colored, the secretary
of an Odd Fellows lodge at Holder
who was tried yesterday for embes-
zlement before Judge Bell. waa bound
over to await the action of Ph grand
Jury in the sum of $100.

George Easterling. Who for sevtal
years has been connected with the Itr*
vine Crate Co., has several his eo*-l
section with that firm. Mr. Eastering
was In town today. He la ,ow la the
tie business at LowelL

The hunting season is comoag a
apace and the display o f -ll-e'
pieces, in the show window of the Ma-
rion Hardware store proelsma this

Judging from the interment h g
manifested by the people of Maroe In
the Marion County Fair to he held in
Ocala this fall It will be a grand a-.
cess. Marion county held a fair It
year which was a credit to the emEty
and of which the promoters coud
well feel nrond. It is .e etad that

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FrotMig, Giling, Graining,
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PIP U P Nl RElMV I --- Iy. All Work 6.
8 "UNl w mlAI Trade
In Ocala, and are prepared to do all
ions, make Cement Blocks. Cement
is Fences, Stone Mantels. We make L A um
k, which look better than brick, and
on A. C. U Railroad Track, North of | Bk U.-

Seminary "STRONGEST 11I
ta Ga. Boarding mnd Day School for MISS FLO
apartment strictly limited to insure re-
small sections to secure persona' in-
Ists. Conservatory advantages In Mus.
you to Vasaar, Wellesley, Randolph-
s September 9, 1909. Catalogue on ap.
EMMA 3. SCOTT, Principals..

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3OLS OF MUSIC, sAPRESSION, te best medicie
UftS. ^Osborn Ml No.
mlitory now completed: electrk P uessant. Palatable.
go faculty; perfect health. condl- .-- s c.Sc.5Never os
s, boating, tennis courts, golf links; toe tablet stamped C
ms champions of Florida In 1909. "PI or ywmried, and ou ne o one no r or moy
a endowment: expenses moderate;
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an intelligent think.g woman, in need of relief from weakness, e i
d suffen, then it means much to you that there im tisedand trs"
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r.cstomers represent the men ad JO N W. ARDING has the
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J mtUsy," o.jectedS Beti. -LOD't call careful
ST E Ithem 'them fellows.'" O
H IEL ,NO located
I IOT E k No. Say those fellows.*' -cate i
"Well, Beth. I've known those greas-caus I
ST AM FUMIBA'S down there for fourteen years as TWR
13MI *... them allows,' and if I called then
anything else I'm afraid I'd have to be
LAMtMdue.d again."
Pwu w iT L fk Vm no"But Captain Williama?" Insisted THE
Mrs. Harrml-. At
P r---.. u "Yes, where is he?" sad Brooks.
"Well, we decided to come home. THE
Captain left on the steamer by the M..
way of New Orleans, and a couple of
days later I came direct to New York." It's f olis
`Then he Is here maid Mrs. Harris proven ii
I***a In^ 1 a tone of proven ]
"I uppom be is, unless he was ship-
wrecked on the way."
U E H O U S t you haven't told as anything junction to her h
about the war," Beth reminded him. disappeared from
& MalUT "Wa It excdtm r
"*ell, as the only things that were (Continued
A LARGE bot off were several hundred mouths
and a I'm a bad hand at repeating NEAR DEATH
PLETE STOtlon I will have to leave the It was a thrilling
Iur izL uET details to your imaginations." IdaSo a th illin
Ida Soper to face
"I consider that a most onlnterest- a severe lung trou
F tag story," pouted Beth. "and. besides, suffering." she wr
you're keeping us from the theater." times neatly caux
"All going?" queried Smith. remedies failed r9
"No, just Beth and me," explained incurable. Th I
Mrs. Harris. "Emma and Joe have covery broug qu"
D e play, and we've got the last moerane tth
Emma accompanied her mother and lives .Big
sister to her bedroom to help them Witm hemorrhan c
don their hats. ma. croup, whoop
When the door had closed upon them bronchial affection
&d Ft Smmith's attitude changed entirely, bottle free. Guara
The smile vanished from his face. and gists.
dd r AW Tb Ld a M b he went over to Brooks and placed
p 1 b e adIis i Jus both bands on his shoulders. FAN BA
"Joe, you're found out," be announc-
SAn eight-Inch W
m d Builders aid Se "How found out" demanded Brooks, fan that lI poeit
Bmping up and facing him, very tricitonly three ho
__m ^, E-a-rm as,_--dis-. wh-te. See them at once.
Th.e money you've takes." electrical satupply
I ge -ow prim bere n It you say I've taken money, you' re ctrical supply
fins kt~y. a larr" retorted Brooks, with an at-
tempt at fierce Indignation. But the
Swords came falteringly between bhl L |
blue, parched lips.
SA "Joe, Joe, rebuked his friend stern-
*9 *A l y~, "this ain't no time to four flush with
me I'm your friend, and you need one r ,
Ol ida now, a. ea there's Emma to Lcat n
think otf. near governme
"I don't know what you mean," be Reasonable
protested to a choking voice.
IT. w- L ED n "That story of a evolution was ee or moa
JLD lie" explained Smith. .WIlliams bhs table board an
been home three days. He has bad the rooms
books looked over at nightL He seem*
TO-DATU ed to know what you were donlog from i a t
the time you took the first dollar. I've M *s. ,US LevI
IGN^ PAINT Rr eas to think be went away simply Phone 27
t o gIv you a free rein and get even ""
with you -for what you said to him -- -
ade. Paperhanging a Spec- that night at the flat. Joe. we've got
Old One Re-.silvered, Glass to l b togeth square nowit and you've got T
KalSOBmiing, Furniture Re- Brooks sank limply Into a chair and COtM MI
higher-prices a little lower." ored his face wltb bhis hands. V ,,,
"What shall I do?" be moaned. __ocS.
"Sit tight and saw wood." rliS
UARANTEED -nut tey'n md n.e to Jan. won't
MfcC Miim- l i ~"You took that chance, Joe. boy. C ID
But we will bare to fight and fight
hard to get you out of it. You can't Next Done to ti
WM. J. SHERIDAN, rum away. You're watched," inter- Tolegra
Phms 135 wupted his friend. "Detectives are

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Ocala, Fla., Sept. 2, 1909.
Dear A. C. E. Friends:
Can we not sing "Praise God from
Whom All Blessings Flow" and show
in that way our heart felt thanks to
Him, the author and giver of all good
things? Especially for A. C. E. I
state convention held here Sept. 9-12.
Also to show our gratitude to those

who sent us kind words of cheer and
God speed, from afar. Our general
secretary, Rev. J. C. Caldwell of
Nashville. Tenn., then to Miss Grace
A. Townsend, secretary of C. E. Un-
ion of Interlachen, who not only sent
words of cheer but gifts of bobks
showing the deep Interest she has for
Worldwide Endeavor, and that she is
mindful of all, forgetting none. We
feel further to say that great credit
is due our state superintendent. Rev.
J. W. Dukes, for his wise manage-
ment in the way he conducted this
our second state convention of A. C.
E. L.. as it was a decided success. The
program was a fine. one and was ex-
cellently rendered by those who were
placed to take part on it and we
kindly thank them for their thought
and interest In this great work for
Christ; our citizens, too, namely:
Hon. John D. Robertson. mayor, who
by proxy in the person of Rev. R. H.
Barnett of the M. E. Church, South.
extended greetings and welcome to
the city of Ocala. May the blessings
of God and His strong arm of pro-
tection preserve our friends and may
thcy achieve success in all of their
Our most distinguished ministers
of the A. M. E, Church. also presiding
elders, some of whom were present,
prayed and read the Scripture les-
sons, lined the hymns, and In a man-
ner becoming showed their Interest.
Rev. D. M. Baxter and delegation
kindly and nobly fed and cared and.
otherwise assisted. May the rich
blessings of Heaven be theirs. Again
do we earnestly thank our intelligent
people for the success of our state
Prof. J. A. Wiley, of Fessenden
Academy, aided us in a pleasant way,
and Professor Roberts also, while Mr.
A. Sheehy. the Grand Master of the
G. U. 0. of 0. F, and two other of Its
members did the same. placing money
upon the table to help defray the cur-
rent expenses. Then can we not feel
grateful to say and praise the Lord
for'all of these gifts bestowed and for
our state officers, our district super-
intendent and corresponding secre-
tary and an of our Jacksonville
Leaguers, In tact all our A. C E.
State Leaguers who were so active on
this grand occasion. As our organi-
zation Is new, does not all this en-
courage us? And is It not successful
management which has caused it?
Think over it! Then count your
blessings, neighbor.
We had 85 delegates in attendance
and 500 local attendance, whose good
behavior was commendable, and we
-collected $108.80. 'But our expenses
were heavy, amounting to $130.30,
which leaves us still In debt to the
amount of $22.50.. Yet we feel glad
and hope when our A. C. E. L. holds
its state convention next September
at Daytona, Fla., which it was agreed
would be done, we hope not only to
cover not only our expenses, but to
lay aside a nest egg from which to
draw in the future. We have. we
feel. done much good and yet the end
is not for there is work to do for
Jesus, and the harvesters are few.
Help us to accomplish .more in the
future for his kingdom by sacrificing
something. and doing something by
praying, for Endeavorers everywhere,
and encouraging what efforts they
put forth, and God I am sure will
bless you and save you In the end.
The Ocala district has only 12
Leaguers in active service, with a
membership of 300, and we have
about 17 churches of A. M. F. denom-
ination in the district. We ought to
have Leaguers in all of them. Both
Junior and Senior Leaguers, pray for
us that we may be sueeessful In all
ways and give better service to God.
and better reports on all lines next
year for the A. C. E. L. and the work
done by it. Mrs. A. E. Graham.

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