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: 10 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03287
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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WIlE wbiOo hi the glen.
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Ad t former will make faces at
(00119 1"9by Of IL i) Tba, Wm ,oney eader.
(CepIrighted 1 C.vH. ut) be aydoubt about
The Prs-de-'s UtIb -ipesperity retrnaing about the time
a ain ubN itk d Nr, te sssafras a"d the sumaeb get
And he I s at t bto hrftn upon the bill, and the
And9 = .fts u'mI Ca farmer rolg between the Selds of
-1stubble, his hands upon the steer-
The* up and away, lag" wheel of his brad automobile,
To his subjects impartial, hi back against the leather eat,
At 2 he aidremed the goldenrod saluting, and now
A Uited Mtal asnraL and then the dulcet horen melodious-
Dy tooting.
atW M an tad yet onU .
As unthift as Hector. And theu November will return,
He was speaking at 4 With Fall aad Winter married,
| To a emmea director. And the hluckle turkey will be
I alat
In the mantims he shaved. And decently crnmbred.
Bat bad searely sheathed his
rWhe r e out to t DW N CANNOT BE CURED
To a U 8. a ppralsr byW local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Thea one more ovation There Is only one way to cure deaf-
Upon his g great Journeyf, smes, and that is by constitutional
Ad a speech from the rear remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
To a U. 8. attorney. Inhulamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustaehlan Tube. When
They feared be w sp@ t, the tube is inflamed you have a
But be proved a great stayer, rumbling sound of Imperfect hearing.
And the next atop he talked and when It is entirely closed, deaf-
To a custom sarveor. n e i the result, and unless the in-
They bnlad idhim JM, lammnation can be taken out and this
But hbe anMMered them "Dudp" tube restored to its normal condition.
And at r~add resting baring will be destroyed forever;
A pleJdra Jad nine cases out of ten are caused by
C atarrh, which Is nothing but an In-
Rereshod by sae te ofismed eomdtion of the mucous sur-
And a couple of erills, faces.
He addruesed an lupeetor We will give One Hundred Dollars
Of boilers a"bul h for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
The on aod Mtill 0 lain s Catarrh Cure. Send fer cir-
The swift special rai, caulam tree. -FP. J. Cheney & Co, To-
And he piled out aad spoke ledo. Ohio. Sold by druggaists. 7S.
To a revenue ma. 'Taf Hairs Family Pilb for eonsti-
Theft ho! for the eight, pation i
Without station or steeple, ROCKY MOUNT LOVES ITS RYE
And he hitthe hay saying. OCKY MOUNT LOVES ITS RYE
"Hurrah for the people!" Roanoke, Va., Oct. 2.-A local op-
S* tion election of the Rock Mount dis-
October is from the Latin octo. trict of Franklin county resulted in a
me 19 eLsght. I s, It ts about victory for the wets by a majority of
e Mst t Wi 1 a pleaMat as any other there. There is hut -one saloon In the
onUth In the year. and the Do- district. It is located at Rocky Mount
mass toQk this mmM of sayt so. -and pays a license of $4.00. The
They were very tend of eraekl s campaign was hotly contested.
ad about hbog-kilg time Lcul-
lux gave a ew*llug banquet at thI mom
Auditorium which made everybody's
mouth water a month before it
cam- off. Caesar aaU t*- -U
11ag made Role the tres of
the world, and it was not until her M .
soldiers begun eatig spaghetti a I IL
vermiell that the empire began to alw "w n w,, V hl
decay.
The hunting seasou will resume
up the. riplag lake, and the A
hunter wil get t his gua and hide n a11 ssorl
him Int tmhe bake: the festiave duk
will fly about, and In the moke and / /
din a leade pellet now and then win mA
penetrate his skin. utUl the quar- R|
ry's gfavity w ovmerome ith shot,
and the asportean nearest when he
tam Will e"f I- tb Ie p "LADIES
The elder VIR creak and
wueep am the aorghm pot a wit
boll; tie v will whistle throu g
the trees. aad the frog will bore for at a]
oil; the hame of fal will veil the
S, sad the days rew saat 1t
short, the admble eol will Jump -d
run, the laabkln wll cavort, the air" -- JD ul i -
wiu sml of stmking ha- ad a ZL&L F
plebutter hotta, sad the poor con- -i lfB lu
sumer win renew his strength with
hansinuts.


The Coitde and the PWearylte
Wi pn each other's nae,
And both explore wil line up
Their trusaty Bakila
The sneathss "wIl bte and m rteie
As to whik was prikr.
And well have to sond for Doo..
vedt
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New York, Oct. 2. O mw
Robert E. Peary given the
fourteen reasons for not bellevig
that Dr. Frederick Cook reached thepoe
pole:I
-FIrt. That Mr. Peary and Matt
Henms either ladhidduaf or tWretb-
er, talked with every member ot the
Smith Sound tribe of UBklm nd a na
obtained testimony that eorroboratad
that of 3-Tuck-A-Shoe and A-Pe-
lb,ah the Zkimoe, whe ocopm
Dr. Cook that Dr. Cook had not bee
Iut of the sight of land.
SecoLud. That. In violatim of a
custom of Arctle exploration Dr., Cok-" J
ha not brought back records left hf
calrn@ at points he alerts he bad
reached, notably the one left at Cope
Thomas Hubbard hi n It Peary.
"Third. That Dr. Cooks tory that
bhe traveled from Annatok to the pole S
andr then back to JoMea Sound, &
distance of more than tweti-ftve and
one-half degrees, or about seventeen
hundred miles, is one sledging seas...
is Impossible. He polat out that
this is more than twice the best pre-
vious record of eleven lerre.es, and
Mr. Peary's best record this year of e
fourteen degrees. W le -Pim a
TFourth. That his general equip-
ment was such that It would be phy-
sically Impossible to have aceom- '_
plUshed the feat .
"Fifthi, That Dr. Cook maintains he
carried a glass mercurial bortson on
his trip of seventeen hundred miles, Cook'S was of such a type. not built
whereas Mr. Peary used a cast iron on the lines of any Arctic explorer's
horizon so that it would not only be sledge, that it could not pomibly have
Saved from being broken, but could be lasted for a march of a day wt-. a
heated when the mercury trm& This standard load of flvq or six hundtid
is necessary sometimes, Mr. Peary pounds.
contends, as mercury treeses at mn- "Ninth. That Dr. Cook's mw aho8
aus U3. Cook rpaerts nding it a were of an impraticable tpe for uwe
cold as minus 73 degrees. In the Arctic and were not the kad
"Sixth. That Prof. Marvit brought that would conduce to speed.
back from M" duplicate records of Tith WhitD Y Cao v
Mr. Peary's march and of his own to "TenUth. That Dr. Cook's leaving of
prove absolutely that Mr. Peary his recordtt Etah was a scheme on
reached that latitude. his pat by which he could claim they
"Seventh. That Captain Bartlett were lost or destroyed and so could
brought back from 87.4 duplicate re- escape being forced to produce tiem
cords of Mr. Peary's march and of his tO substantiate his clam. -
own to prove absolutely that Mr. "Eleventh. That no man .who had
Peary reached that latitude. carried the American flag to the pole
"ighth. That the edge of Dr. would leave such a dight and esay
transported article In the charge of a
_, a perfect stranger.
"Twelfth. That Dr. Cook did have
fresh dog teams from Btah and could
U T have carried his burdens to Upper-
navtk.
"Thirteenth. That when Harry
OG111 Whitney went on board the Jeanle he
* O did not take time to go mck to tabi
and get the articles he must have
known were valuable to Dr. Cook.
n of "Fourteenth. That If Dr. Cook dId
m e t of leave such priceless articles at the
Line t of Eskimo village, Mr. Whitney would
have been anxious to have rushed
them to the United States."
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always knows whbo's lytang should
be away In Afria whea all of us
are dying to know the trutth. A
word from hIm would quickly s@mle- V
fy ui which ea- of theM pethap Lot
deserves the brand of Ananles. A
fg for all the. apeclmem he Is so
oaulatilag-4 he oueht to be here ea TMheSe kirts are figured and plain colors, Black, Blue, Brown, Gray,
the Job and duly sM UnaratSn the
double tomaued ones ftrm the 1aM ec. Regular priees were from $2.25 to $3.00; selling noW to dose out,
and flpetlag thunder as a o hee
did leMt we aollnake a very stpjd!
blunder. e $I.o0
oHewever, let g an rejoee aad
give thanks I somie manner at
both men found the pole beneath _
our own lm otal Ibanner. and that Lot 2
deddlas a UM m win e towholly
oConsists of Bwith anthinglLttr2
aatoni -tr Coeing oBrilliantl Serges. Worsteds, Cashmeres, in all the
miba ens shudder just to think it:
mary, saysshadfondJIut to av e leading color. Skirts that sold as high as $4.50. These are eel-
msaked t withad fho fags and eng a
MOMaround tU. he hould rtuba Wet values; selling now at
view It, and edang foreier $2 V
Iol up and clalmd he beat us
to it.
*'d havye to take It to The Hague
Ad falling to agree
We'd have toe go In battlahips Lot
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May all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not when It
egmes to chills and fever and ma-
lara. Quit the quinine and take a
real cure-Ballars Herbine. Con-
tains no harmful drugs and Is as cer-
tain as taxes. If It doesn't cure, youI
get your money back. 5old by AIr
druggists.
COOK IS COLLECTING TH CASH
New York. Oct. 2.-In the plaudits
of hitos admiring countrymen, Dr. PFed-
erick A. Cook. the discoverer of the
north pole, is now reaping one part of
his reward, and the other part, name-
ly. the tangible recompense of success,
is also beginning to materiallmse.,
In a few days the eplorer will start
on a lecturing tour that cannot fall
to be remunerative, .ut the New York
Hetald set the flnaial ball a-rolt I
yesterday when Its treasurer handed
to Dr. Cook a cheek for $21M ia
payment for his stirring narrative of*
the conquest of the north pole, written
exclusively for the Herald, and now
In course of publication In Its col-
umns and in the leading newspapers
of the United States. England, France ,
Germany, Austria and Denmark.
WEPT OVER NIAGARA
This terrile calamity often mhap-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nores the river's warnings-groWIng
ripples and faster current. Natures
warnings are kind. The dull pain or
ache In the back warns you the kid-
neys need attention It you would is-
cape fatal maladles-drogiey, dlsbemb
or Bright's disease. Tube ectrice
Bitters at once and see backache fly
and all your best feelings return. "Af-
ter long sufferSing from weak kidneys
and lame back. one 11 bottle wholly
cured me." writes J. Blsaahenhlp,
of BeIk. Tenn. Only Sec. a bottle at all
druggists.
SHOUTED FOR SHIP UMODY
Tusfs A-- -,a prkV Imm ens
Applause frem a atl
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Diary a Gabby. Paster
9:4 a. m.--* m ay school.
11 a. .-Sermea "The Valley of
6:46 p. m.-B. T. P. U.
7: 3 a. m.-seemm. "*L and
Spedal muic-. Vjey y Invitl.

R Ba. sett Pastor
9: 0 a. m.- eday schoaoL
11 a. m.-Preaei .
m amt of the Lard's Supper at
ate clde of the mornings erviee..-
8:3 p. m,--pworth Longue.
7:3 p. m.i-Preaehl.
A meot eardial Invitation is estead-
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B. W. HEm.DIa D. D., Pator
9:45 a. m6-UmOay aehool.
It a. m.-eree
The mramewt of the LoArd Supper
w bhe al tm*rd at the mornlw
7: p. m.r-Ser es.
A eordtl Invitatins I exteaed to



Rev. Campbell Gray. Rector
7:1 a. m. Sunday. Odt. L-Holy

V0 a. A.-LuMday scheet.
11 a. r.-Hely commmakso with sor-
7:36 p. m.-vealag prayer with


W. EL Coleman. Minister
1* a. m.-anday sebooL
3:3 p. i.- Jmler C. &I
11 a. m.L-ermo, "True Spirit of
Christalaity."
7:3 p. m.-4erma. u"Relgious An-
arehy."
Evybody welcome.
Meets 8:3 p. m. subject. "Buddha
and His Werslpers laIndia." Text.
Palm 116:- Leader. Winona Weth-

Iards prayer-i n oncwt.
bad. km by lmder.
Leo eplammatiln by Nelie Beck-
Circle of sentence prayers.
Chalk talk by Theo Beekham.
Gemeral dis mio of lemma.
lmam story. "Do Idoatry-
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Supt. J. H. Brison returned last
alcht from o-npeetlW the foUllowting
choois aeroMs the river, namely. Key
Pond. Lake Bryant, Mom Bluff and
Electra. He said the attendance was
not sarge. but the teachers were do-
g good wor. The general cendi-
tloa of the country surprised him, a
be had ot bee In that section lately.
e said the farmn er.ad ade good
crops, many of thea havlag On or-
aane groves well laden with fruit and
the people were In a proeperous and
happy state of maind. He paned the
night with I. 0. Cordery, one of the
sterling yeomanry of that section. He
found Mr. Cordery was possessed of
UN acres of land, a beautiful eight-
acre bears ero ve, a good wife and
4de children, six of whom he saw
marching off to school Friday morning
with mNaig faces. The following
teachers paid their respeets to the
cuuty murrsteudeut this merning:
M-i ila l Roers, Indinn Mound; Miss
Ethel Turner. Pine Level, and Mis
Bele Haycraft, of the Reddick schooL
Mi Ladlle Batet of Martel and her
sister, Mrs. lloyd Tucker, were In
town today sheppldn The Misw
Hod- of Martel, were In the party.
Ml- Bates and Mrs. Tucker are
granddaughter of Gem. Henry W.
Lon and are charming women.

sisting UupL J. IL Brinso in his of-
See during the summer, wWU ieave
Monday to resume his studies at Rol-

We had the pleasure this mornin
to neet Mr. Jn. i. (arlton, of Sparr,
and he Infor md us that he would de-
vote thie season to trucktin and was
now preparing his lettuce beds. Mr.


Cartten spent the past year at Ar-
cadia, where he was asistat In the
poatofwce. He returned home last


Capt. and Mr. 0. A. Nash returned
home yesterday afternoon from their
vWt to New York, where they bought
a eslpedid stoek of fll and winter
goode, including a ae selection of Ia-
dka hats, Major Nash sid the
crowds to see the Hudmon-Pulton eel-
ebratlio were iammnse. The streets
were a Iiving mass of people and the
decorations beyond comparison.
Mr. Sftrog, one of the mechanics at
the Oeasn Iron Works. was called to
Micanopy yesterday to repair an au-
tomobie, and this reminds the Star
reporter of an Incident Dr. Griffin
mentioned to a Star reported yester-
day. A nall got lIto the steel cogs
over whheb the chain revolves and the
motion of the wheel reduced the nail
to IalgM,. but It bursted the cap off
the cylinder and put the auto out of
commuaileon for three days.


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fellow townsmen, who said he was a crank, and couldn't possibly do it, made a voyage p the s

toi river, from New York to Albany, in the "Clermont" the first vessel ever people by s.a.-

And now the country is celebrating these two historic events in a peat pageant th two

little vessels, reproduced in exact sie and appearance, are to be salted by a great fleet of wa!pit"


sembled from all the big sales d the weld; and dric ad safetary parades sad M

- are to be held in honor d these two historic events in the o ress of civilisatloa


ws' &a a-A itW %te w w w "* -'AL .wmwo am" ,w wwa %r a'sAA"min t'o".

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It's a discovery which lots of others have also made; mea who dress well wear toese c is tda|

than any other make; and the nUmber is steadily Wicfeasm .

S You can join in this sort of celebration; you can wear these clothes now; you don't have to e

In any voyages of discovery, nor endten the ridicle of yoe friends; you can be as well fesd

man in America, at small expose of time and money, by coming to this store and getting ir


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ROANOKE HAS RECEDED
Roanoke. Va.. Oct. 2.-Roanoke in
a local option election yesterday vot-
ed by a majority of 69 to retain the
licensed saloon. The wets carried
three out of four wards and have a
majority in all the precincts but two.
The total vote cast was 3.219 of which


GERMANS HONOR OLD GLORY
Teutonic Sailer Strike the Key Note
ef Amnsenlo Patriotim
New York, Oct. 2.-Twenty-five
thousand men-at-arms yesterday were
marched past the massed representa-
tives and special envoys of thirty-
seven nations, while two million eiti-


The executive committee of the col-
ored people in promoting exhibits
at the coming county fair, held a
meeting this morning, the following
persons were present: J. D. McDuffy.
George Giles, Frank Gadaon. W. P.
Wilson and J. H. Wiley. It was agreed
to hold another meeting Tuesday ev-
ening in Dr. W. P. Wilson's office and


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'AUG tMedium sde,. ey ease, good tone md action, worth
$ 1 5L prie . ..... ....... ...... ...... $.... W


K IAUARI meldum sle hfton easoe, good toe and io, eOMleat
pi a vs. these beginning Ia n uae. Value $176. Sale prim $S
S reINO, Shemy ease, medium sis ed, good for beglasera aad practice
work, fa.lry good tome ...... .. ..... ...... .... .. .14


AR of the-ave Plames are tna ie condition, ad to emo who
S gse Md t m ad service -a preferesee to appearance, any of theb
wI hlo na to givde matoesfacaes.
Ai(.us per week uwe aet de f o ewlg:
miG TONM, 1na sie Mabogay ease. splendid tome and aceso, looks
Mme, mad but very little .add, pleaded aeies, ad is worth
3W1-. eile prite ...... ...... ....... .. .... .. MB
= minL large Kaogay eme, sple-did tome ad an cto, n.a the bt
id s aMdMtlo thoukot, splidlI aton, and Is worth within $26
a t 1 8- 46 $ pri e ...... .. .. .. ... 4
KUIAN, I targe M ahogam s, plata, butt mat deda. looks mew
.MMt tomo, sp-emld muetn, a d Is worth within $26 of Its
res dl eot-$460. eo price ...... .................. 4
A.r of the above we doe't heltate to recommend to sayomo want-
a most desirable piano, sith for home or teaching purposes. We
MMapme them Jumt as If new.
AS a per week, we MI M M .Uet : .
SIonaDnOIn ta msdtum laid bheBy eas, good practice piano, good
me a kci. Vale $176. Bell for ..... ..... ... ..I
KllaIUB, I me dium ie bory ease, good' toao amd action, ezmel-
t ~1 pi for begamers a mse. Sale price ...........$185
Ju r In.large NJahemay ease, spleadt toM ad aetil, i the best
tf geilll throughout, and to worth within $26 of Its original
a --N$3a5. sie pries .............................p34
OA ta ad aay *g a e, lare apr ght Male, smooth actie,
eggr, tteat at rather high ta pitch, absolutely mew and Is a
g ond value at $395. The frtret pane of this was damaged Ia ship-
e t, but as bee rearraged Ia a way to make It very attrae-
Stive, showing me rogh haadldag at all; this em at ...... ..-OM
SIMA THC style "-11," a plat Maowanway eBse, meat desl g,- arge
S r $40. BHas ad very little UNage, was uWed 10 mouth,.
- tabo bek ta a1 stok s aseouet of the puathaser hay-
Ia -ud a ia m 'l mvM. Win sell for aupaed balance Up
OR NOW SCAL, LUDDEN A& BAT= $4- CLUB PIANO, which
.m . m-only $lST, .to .utlmamy the gretst value ever
by aIy, m m s m e bOs or ftadery, amd where there is a opportualt
i' MEg i e a of thbe at a redel eoat, yeou should certainly take
IIfM a of It. We have oe of these ta Inred Maheay eame. used
I Mith, paid deow to $238; another sed vre methsa, paid down to
IL .We wiltas to sell either of thee for the unpaid balaees,
a y the e r LIm TIME GUARANTB amnd also the LIFE
feature that we would ea a plane that Is absolutely now.
A o es am e tally guarateed, and If mot teorouhly satifae
"-.ym .', returned at wou eopeaseo ad yar meaoy refunded. Orders
S,'.. e bbe gives Iant Maame. Weo pay treight. IT WOULD
0 lM Y PAT TOU TO WIRE US AT ONCE TO HOLD ONE OP
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To the Teameh Ii the Schoob of
Manemd eU "
lasUt prag -tieaer sI the p-i
mary department of the Ocala pub-
lie school reported to the Woman's
Club at she a4ad found me the
sall boys of-her w ad M
cigarettes. An to. the ealers In to-
boeeo a very i aj Mlf1w* (hbIeh
we pubMleb elseo ee) was passed
by the leslataOf-3J907. It those
ai-tereMted t- wi-welMttag of the
chlMdre wIN M a tpthe evnorcemen4
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arettes nor tob"o ant cigarette
iMerw.. But thA s ba higher and
Nobler view of this than even that
of law question, and that comes
withit h prpn .0o1 the tee
of ear acho h lentifie isd
pmr hintru 4d7y by day 4k-
te phyeal, *m~lnt 'nd moral et-
fects of cigarttles on the human
system, mind and soul. There is no
positloemta which we eazn do more
gseuinm liatUng o;d fbr the woMt
aad for humalnty than that of a
teacher and wre bg our young met
and women to consider their per-
soSal respMsbMlty In this matter.
The work you do day by day In the
school room ward oulding char-
acter will bo vewd the search-
light of eternity. So we beg of you
to gil "in _uwpehIe 'ad precept
upon precept" upon "clentiie tem-
peranee."- T'he'gtrette habit and
other evils that will make a nation
of Imbeciles and wekligs instead
of strong statesmen,

Te eajoe the oleter usys
he derives rom the use of tobacco
has, never been satisfactorily or
early explained by him. If he is
asked the quetle, why do you
smoke? the answer in the main will
be vague and meaningless, and great
stress will be laid upon the exhilar-
ating eect upn the nervous sys-
It is a perverted imagiation, and
the pleasure derived from its use is
largely a delus1o To prove this
soerton, where is the smoker who
doe not object to smoking In a
darkened room? The peculiar phe-
someoom eeamected with the exalted
funectmal activity of the tissues and
owm o ata body of the ha b dM
smoker, has been defined by Profes-
sor Wood, At irst, sight, hearing,
touch, taste, smell, may become
moe acute when their organ s are
respectively affected, and the mus-
cular tissue will act more vigorously.
Digestisn Ito As apparently % Mvio-
atad, mad appetite Increased, and we
frequently wil hear that the individ-
ual describes his feeling as one of
vigor and strength, but in a short
time this I changed to a condition
of lassitude and irritability. The
tem breaks down and some fatal
e marks the paradoxical na-
ture of the stimulation.
The soothing, soporific influence
upon the nervous system attributed
to tobacco is similar to that exper-
lenced In the administration of a
mild opiate, and the resultant effects
are the same. The physiological ac-
tion of opium and tobacco upon the
novice are remarkably similar, both
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stqe4 beast to neme ueak and a
weak heart will palpitate upon the
1feat exetidU: tt is'6mething like
4n 18 an 18aWa wmear tal steam.
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CHAPTER 5716-NO. 121.)
An ae to prohibit the ,ale, barter or
giving away'of cigarettes of cigar-
"tt waterla lb this late, 'and
-preserlbli al..ties qr the vio-
lation thereof.
Be it enacted by the legislature of
he t e*e aelfa:
Section 1. That it shall hereafter
. .wfa be oetat of Florida
for any corporation, company, frm or
papma ta sell, barter,, furnish or give-
away, itectly or Indirectly, to any
minor any cigarette, cigarette wrap-
per or any substitute for either; or
to procre for, or to persuade, ad-
vise, cinsel. 4r .compel a. hildeM
under, mid ad e smoke any lugar-
ette .'
Set 2. AM sudh crprcatioSn
company, firm or person violating
any of the provisions of this act
shall, for the first offese. upon con-
victlo, thereof, be Ined ina ay sum
smt vure -tn m $, nor lm than
$10, and to which may be added im-
prsonment In the county jail for
any period not exceeding sixty days.
Sec. 3. It is hereby made the
duty of sheriffs, constables, their
deputies or any pollee oicer to en-
fores tOhe provisMls of this aet, and
he may summon any minor who
may have or have had in his poses-
sion any cigarette material, and
compel him o testify before the
county judge or any Justice of the'
peace as to where and of whom he
obtained such cigarettes or cigar-
ette material.
Sec. 4. That all laws and parts of
laws In conflict with the provisleils
of this act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 5. That this act shall take
effect immediately upon its pamge
and approval by the governor.
Approved May-22, 1907. Acts of
190 page 229.

LOOSE LEAF LEDGER AND MLLS
Let the Star office print and perfor-
ate your loose leaf sheets for your In-
voice edgers and bill head systems.
We are prepared to do the work.
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X. & A.
SMarioM-Duma LodOge
No. 19 meets Is the
4J temple on tLa &st and
third Thursday evw
Ings of each monUth. Visiting roKtbei
cordially Invited. L. A. BouVier, W. M.
W. V. Wheeler, Secrdtarry.

OCALA cHAfTer Im, 3. A. I.
Regular convocations of the Oeala
Chapter No. i., R. A. M., on the 4th
'riday In every month at 8 p. m.
N. L Gottleb. IL P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.

EBULON IN 8EAUCR OP UHGT

A Masosie Parable froI the BDek
et Zsbhed.
When King Solomon's temple had
been completed and dedicated, Ze-
bulon, one of those faithful work-
men who had been found worthy to
receive the masters degree, started
forth upon his travels. He journey
ed eastward into a far country. In
the course of time his raiment was
tattered, his purse was light, is
strength was falling ad his feet-
were sore. He sat himself down to
rest by the wayside.
Then Zebulon beheld a stranger
approaching him 'and said, "Art
thou a Mason?" "Yes." replied the
stranger. "Behold, I show thee the,
twenty-four inch gauge And the
common gavel wherewith I wrought
at. the building of King Solomon's
Temple." And the stranger showed
Zebulon these and passed on.
Thereupon. Zebulon arose and
pursued his Journey; and meeting a
wayfaring man, said unto him also.
"Art thou a 'Mason?" And the
wayfaring man replied, "Yes; I can
prove it to thee by the sheaf of
wheat and two of the pillars of
King Solomon's Temple. And Ze-
bulon passed on.
And he walked through the great
city at mid-day and sat himself
down upon the steps of a palace.
And the prince of the city, whose
palace it was, came forth, and Ze-
bulon, rising to his feet, accosted
him, saying, "Art thou a Masse?"
Even so." replied the prince; "for
behold I have had builded my pal-
A*e jfter the designs laid 4own upon
the trestle-board, and the waDs
thereof have been raised by the
square, the level and the plumb;
and If it doth not seem so to thee.
thou canst try them." And Zebulom
arose and pursued his journey
through the streets of the city.
And as he passed out of the gates
of the city, he beheld the Judge
thereof, who sat in judgment at the
gate, clad in his robes of snow-
white ermine, and Zebuloa, craving
audience, said unto the Judge. "Art
thou a Mason?" And the Judge.
from his Judgment seat, replied,
"Yea, verily; for here thou canst
see L keystone which I have caused


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'am* Journey.-
At nightfall he approached a
lonely village, and, sitting dowa
upo the teps of a cottage, be se
tenll asleep. And the cottager ame
out and aroused him; and Zsebles
opened his eyes, and seeing him,
said, "Art thou a Mason?" The
villager replied, "I am. Cow Ilet
my house." And he raised him up
and -led him Into his cottage, he
took of the sandals from the fO t
of Zebulon sad washed his fas wth
water and anointed his -hbead with
precious ointment, and put new rat-
ment upon him and caused im to
recline upon a couch at his table.
And Zebulo n refreshed himself wth
bread and oil and w1i.
And when he was refreshed, Ze-
bhulon opened h" s moth and spak
unto his host sad said, "The true
test of a Master Maass Is at tI
signs, nor words, nor tokmso nMr
symbols, nor decora m; but It s
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S...... ...... .....Mim Dollye Rowell ...... ......D. M. Waldron. Orange Sphnlgs.
...... ........Tho. J. Anderson ...... .......3J. B. Hall, Oraame Springs.
.......... .. ss Harriett L. Simpson ........ J. A. Reynolds, Lynse.
...... ...... ...Mi Really Halford ...... ......E. L. Mills. Grabamivle.
1 n Meadr ...... ....... Mki sM1e Rodgers ...... .......R. D. MeDonald. Conner.
KW0 ..... ....... .....Mim Mllie Nash ...... ........W. T. Henderson. Lyane.
SMk 0..*... ..........Mim telle Butler ...... ......J. W. Perkins, Conner.
S.... .*.... ....... Mss S Hayeraft ............ .N. A. Nobles. Romeo.
...... ...... ....Mia Reggle MeCaully ...... .....C. C. Higglubotham. Plae.
.....0...0... .....No school ...... ...... ........ D. E. McRae. Norwalk.
.... ..... .,......Mms AlUe Mattews ...... ......H. T. Hall. Lowell.
0 .0 .... .......... J.O. Howard ...... ...... .....R. M. Long, Astor.
-M ...... ...... ..... No school ...... ...... .......
.0. ... ..... ....No school ............ ....... W. P. Willlamson. Lake Kerr.
...... ...... .....W. T. Carfte ...... ...... ....Robt L. Shortridge. Citra.
606k' ...... ...... ....M mAbble Stokes ...... ....... D. B. Brinson. Dexter.
...... ...... ........Mrs. P. H. Perry ...... .........J. D. Proctor, Dallas.
S00...... 0..... .......No school ...... ...... ....... B. B. Dean. Jullette.
S...... .*..... .,.....Mti Ireme Noble ....... .... S. T. yper, Williston.


SA a ......40 .....J. D. Me Call Prinepal .......... J. E. Chase. cala.
S Mrs. D. McCa ...... ........W. T. Gary. Ocala.
miuCarif tAlexander .......... G. W. Martin, Ocala.
S M Ove L arro ..........
S Mrs. C. I. Gadeo ...... ........ '*4
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a1 J -aa ....... ... J. I. Workmla, Prhnepal ........Dr. J. B. Chase. Oeals.
On Sr w I ara~ MeCray .........Wi. T. Gary, Ocala.
M IM Aam L. RItehardoa ........G. W. Martin, Ocala.'
Mm G e ria Berger ...... .....
../ .. Ml May H. Turaley ...... .....
-N .- .. M abeth Mielle ..........
SO -- bel. Soutar ...... ...... .-,
SM tta L. Cara ...... ....... .
3..-.. ^ MW Nee C. Steves ........... . .,
SftNaa Clark ...... .......
4 .' ; *' i Magarest Taylor .........
I. nM Carlane Willi0a0 ...... ....
* ...... ..*. .* ..Harry aaw, Princlpal .......... J. K. Christian, Mclntosh.
KimiI i 0. Phillps ............W. G. Norsworthy, Melnatob.
iss Kathle Parra ...... .....J. A. Marrell. Mclatash.
Op .. *0.,, .*.... ..... ary Richards ...... .........0. M. Gale, Belevlew.
"Min O sn BcheMder ...... ......Amos L. Nott, Belleview.
J. A. Freeman, Belleview.
at ......****....* ......J. B. Room ...... ...... .....J. B. George, Moatbrook.
J. J. Godwin, Montbrook.
R. B. Past, Moatbrook.
S...... ...... ..... k E. IbU .......... ......C. G. Letter, Dunelona.
S* i Nansae MeOakbaln .......... M. Osborn, Dunasllon.
Mrs. Nettle Gordoa Martia .......A. B. Kibler, DunneUall
K. "im A- *Zvowo ........
...... *.K.... ..... im A am 'Kemdi, Ps p al. R. W. McAuley. Rddic.L
- Miss elle Hareraft .............. H. T. Hall, Reddlek.
im Apple Reddltt .............C. M. Cam, Reddick.
- .I ...... .... .. ....Moim Bthel Tarer ...............H. A. Ross, Gaiter.
r. W. Jordan, Gaiter.
J. T. Ross, Gaiter.
000000 000. ......eNo school ...... ...... ........H. C. Morrison, Stanton.
- W. B. Colans, Stanton.
i0* 0 ...... .... ...... ..Mla Cora Murray ...... .......W. A. Guthery, Stanton.
[ .H. H.a Rat, Welrudale.
C. 8. Gates, Welmadale.
t : ....... ...... ....... Mras J-ae Payne ........ ....W. J. Crosby, Citra.
mS M teA Martn ...... ..........Jno. S. Wycko, Ctra.
J. J. McAllister, Citra.
rt ..... ,..... ...mm carrie Hody ..............J. J. LuEman, Oak.
SMs Pearl Kelsey ...... .....J. F. Lufman, Oak.
SP. P. Cahooa, Oak.
i- ......0 ..... .... .. W. Corbett .................. M. Nettles, Romeo.
J. D. Wiggias, Romeo.
J3. F. Morgan, Romeo.
arr ...... ..... ........W. C. Bailey ...... ...... ...... A. J. Ste Sparr.
S '-" W. Luffuan, Sparr.
J. 3. Thomas, parr.
t ...... ...... ........ Mtm Caroline Paseur ............ Marshall, Candler.
S f W. T. Williamu, Candler.
A. McClaln, Candler.
rabll| ...... ..... ......sMt Mario L. Kerr ...........S. J. McCuly, Berln.
SMi Altabula Beak ...... ...... . W. Mills, Berlin.
W. B. Rawls, Berlin.
0M0M ...... ...... ....... Miss Dixie PUlas ...... ....... J. C. Pilans, Eleetra:
G. W. Brant, Electra.
J. M. Mock,, Electra.
wim 00 ...0.'. ...... ..... .MMo Marye Terrei ...... .......W. J. Wills, BUtehtoa.
l Jos. Aiken. Blitebhtona.
0. S. Sanders, B~ltehton.
Mat 0 ...... ...... ........D. Gary seck .......... ........D. A. Walker, Martel.
D. A. Clark, -Martel.
J. 98ee9er, MarteL
Pat .. ... ....... 0 .....Mit Maggie Nxoa ...... ....... J. P. Parker, Ocal.
I. J. A. Luffma, Ocala.
Thes. Clayton, Omla.
0000 ...... ..... ...... .MiM Mary Ro ......... ......C. B. Folestrom. M ntague.
L. Ballard, Cornell.
| W. R. Green, Cornell.
I alae ...... ...........No seool ...... ......... ....
g|pt Hastt ... ......... Ase Folks ...... ........A. W. Woodard. Leroy.
C. N. Veal, Leroy.
B. I. Freymouth. Leroy.
0Q-ag Lae ..... .........Minm C. tell Lyes ............D. H. Burry, Orange Lake.
C. B. Cork, Oraange Lake.
D. H. Irvine, Orange Lake.
Oak m1e ...... ...... ......Mss Dale Re ........ ........H. W. Nettles, Flemlngton.
W. P. Brewn, Flemlngton.
D. Fast, FlelPAton.
IMai M e ...... ....,. ....Mis FPra s G. Hale ............A. W. Fort, Mos Bluff.
W. B. Martin, Moss Bluf.
M.0. Morrnio, Moss Blu.
oIurte- ...... ...... .....B. . Johnso ................. R. H. Scott. Fairfeld.
R. C. Tonge, Fairfleld. -
H. Gatrell, Failrfield.
ti 1 ...... 000....000 ...No schooll ...... ..............L. D. Beck, Ocala.
C. D. P. Hayeraft, Ocala.
S0 PJoe. P. Taylor, Oeala.
artr .............. .le Proctor ...... ......W. A. Redding, Levon.
W. R. Freer, Levoa.
C, E. Luceus, Levon.
d soe ... ... .. .......P. WIlso Orae, Princpal ......P. A. Snow, Pedro.
Mim Naanle Perry ...... .....M. M. Proctor, Pedro.
Miss Bertha frgow ..............R. I. Clybura, Pedro.
aendrick ...... ...... ........MI Rae Polks ...............C. I. Grace, Kendrick.
B. C. Webb, Kendrlck.
,J3. Tornlpeed, Kendrick.
OiltWhek ...................Miss MIniee Lee Corle .......... A. W. Yonage. Oklawaa.
J. M. Blair, Oklawaha.
H. W. Henry. Jr., Oklawaha.
BNutuflo ...... ...... .....KMt Ida R. Guess .............Geo. N. Dorr, HeldtvIlle.
W. T. Strickland. Heldtville,

Ilr .0..... ...... ........Mta Foree Cork ............. Dr. J. o. vte, Irvile.
Vilea ...... ...... ....Mits Usn Shealy ...............W. D. Mathews, Flemlngton.
HMf ...... ...... ........MKI Rudalph Myle .............D. R. Zetrouer, Micanopy.
Ottal ...... ...... .......MKi Elemor Seeklnger ... ...... J. D. Mixon, Mieanopy.
emaoer ...... ...... ......Mi- Edith Mcllwalne ..........A. M. Anderson, Willston.
Pen t Hill ......... ......Mts M tta Factle ............ -Tom Curry, standard.
C. C. Curry, Standard.
E. W. Forbes, Standard.
Watlb ........ .... ... ....M Janle Aausley ............. M. Townsend, Martina.
aoy 0...... ...... ....... .Mts Bleache Proctor ...... .....J. T. B. Gasklns, Shady.
imeriSdM ...... ...... ...M0 M a l le. ..... ............J. W. Davls. Summerfleld.
Anthee ...... ...... ....... C. Boyd, Principal ...... .....P. T. Jones, Anthony.
Mia Ola 01tls ................
Mim Salema 81ms ..............
Pert Me08 ...... .... ....Mim Iboa Miler .............. J. W. Stevens, Fort McCoy.
IMasio ...................Mss Mary Forbes ...... ........ B. Marsh, Dalsy.



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18 Pts ........ ........M..M M. C. Aibge ...... ..... ..L
s19 Saa .... .... ........0..0D.aieno6Ara ms..0....... A.
Se2* l ar Spr.. ............. ism Ma e l al 0...... .... .. J
S21 Frsue ..................MI .mAee AIm U md ............. U0 4
SPalmsue ...... ...... ......Mm. A. A BmIL rsM ......... I-
24 M PsaPt ..... .......... Ms. .U. ... ... ...... ... g aL. ,
25 lastague ...... ...... ...... B. M at Prlpal ..........
Martha DiS M ...... ..... .....,
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27 ML POa ............... .Kary T16 lrmm ...... ......... ,._ at
28 MLt eaal ...... ....., ....Mss D Se I. man ..... .....Ge
29 Chrieta ............ ..... M MMarlae m ...... ..... I, H
S R e ...... ...... .......Mn ............... . AmkV.. .....J.A LK
31Rock aik ... ..........aew HI .......
32 Jerlem ..................ary DBeyd ............ .... p ,
33 IWher .pri. ....... ........La Bald in... .......,.
24 MtL OUV ............ J.... MrsKattbe F. MnS ... .....C.. ..
2 Rlveime ................. Ms. Battle Huarris .............. -
.26 Hopsew .... . ...W. C. ogers ...... ...... .....w'-W.-"o
Mrs. W. C. .Rgoa ...... ....... .
37 Black ,slk ...... .....o ... r. atha P. M oore %*.0 *::. ..%. Q
38 HawthoWe ............ .... Ida D. K6a ............ .......Tst "
cahri James ...... ......
39 BaMwln ...... ...... ......*il Uk. DonS ..... ..........We A. Kems
Orange Creok................Riba Jaes m ...... ................ C. -
42 Jacob's WV: ................C. J. Delaw...... ...... .....
4Cedar lading ............... ....e Kig .. .......... . .J.
44 Wacula ............. M..... Mary msmesI ..............s i0 DhLin- h
45 Hope .................. .. o m P. N. Lin m ......4... .


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Board S bchoS t B s Cmfa et ed oy the Csc i SLB Joasf. Tong
Boys roem to 1 years eesosete Car e Bfy Tadnmd alm Physical. Intel.
etual. Moaland sa eew Lies. Bal thy Lesuatm.. mma.. tw t
Pool, Cmpteft t at sieotair anmm Dmamso%, Diag Hall -ad
RecleateRsaa
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Tou oa new w m e s-to, red garm ta m &
to ye 1 00w116" meemse. at itulse mee thm
We i
atoe. We ihrw an the btetsa ImrII to St your
-,. atle and div"dua
W o send alM the eta e the American Iadles

M M a, uder the peroeal direction of the te-
w m.osI ur Kayser.
elvery isa very preMt.
1 KINGS OF CLOT"
We are showing at our tore the handsome
hi aII Pertfello Ileed by thi Talor ng Con-
te rT. The bet of styles for fall and Winter are
hewn in It-ll I ne colors. There are m
styAle pictured I thi Litflo.
We am~e show 1 s ample ofe teatest weaves
Is lth. Any style that youe choose will be made
tyew r mes re In any cloth you select. Think
what an enornov yVariety.
AMAZING PIC
The r p we uotW e ae anmi -nu-hardly moe
tha rendy-made priees. Yet the arments are anl
S 1a-tn5a by epers, and they have all the
iantalored effect. Aed they are all made to
yior ieiure.
suitesson3 toSo
CeaIe4 Sto* *ie
We guarantee absolute aitisfaetlon Itn style,
wwiabmsbip and materials. Any garamet Not
riht ~eed not be accepted.
S pise come and see this Pkshion Portfto, and
S JAdo what such service iseans.


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Tuesday an Wednesday


October 5 and 6


The hutme of thI scton ate codially

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CULEATED 0TOO SOON
WM spelb ajoiled Over Vierry,

M Ills, 0. 2L-MadrM was Ill-
,Is. Isio t "aIbt Ia eiebratio of the
sue M tO Sp Isala arm ina Afriesa;
wbletwei miw eid by the occupatilo
e MIMM Olu. the Moorish sUag-
beL GS. M es skilituny plmsed
epareIi dee the subject of much
sIa. hAft OM revree of July27

mo t of we to proceed O a
S. mde i Aodimgiy he w it drewM
bL mIm IPM and waited be until
S Il41s mmmt 6 which were di-
gd in0 two esuImI mo nept. 20.
meo wereii eimmii. TliSp n
b an l etedlOf the spcaisthlag -
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' ca thond miSolusa recd Ierma
F Mthe i reetim of NSokol Jet o. *W
eggtmielI the Mers, a" d t with a
S al DiesM Vicars d three .oftc-
f i @g ml rse men were killed and
Manw gDow
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AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
A flve-passenger automobile, two-
cylinder, chain drive, li firt-class
condition ad everything complete, for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to C. R.
Tydings.

UP IFORE THE BAR
N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitts-
ield. Va.., writes: "We havb used Dr.
Kings New Ufo PlIs for years and
and them such good family medicine
we wouldn't be without them." For
ehblls. contiptieon. bllouanee or
mick headahe they wor wonders. T c.
at all druggists.

TE m"T PROTECTION
Not a "gle 'phone has burned in a
boece Is Ocala. A telephone is better
tins IInane I n came of burglars or
ire young need quck action. Ton gt
that day or night with a teiphounr
idde"ee rate. N6 per quarter in ad-

IMPERFECT DIE-TION
Mean leMm nutritolm 'and In cone-
quence lesi vitality. When the liver
falls to secrets ble, the blood be-


rectify thms: it give tome to the
stomach, liver and kidneys uegthm-
enas the appetite, dearsaand Impeves
the complemon. t afues new M and
vigor to the whole system. emits
a bottle. Sold by all dr~gget


The Elk Cafe will begin serving oy-
ters on Saturday.
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BOARDERS WANTD-Two young
men or couple can obtaln irattelass
board and room in private family.
Apply "J." care B tar.
DECORATIVE ART
Par high grade work of*Il1 kinds
of panttng. paperhangings ad dee-
oratIng at the hrheat prices (no
cheap Jphn work) with a full and ef-
ficlent corpe of decorators, call at Me-
Icer & MacKay'.
HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT


We want your
and are prepred to
ekifled pharmacist
dmpg to compound
cmpay.


powc.pm work
offer you the most
and the pureet of
them. Tydings &


W. M. Shockley of Lowell. was In
town today. He aid he was not as
successful as usual In raising chick-
ens this season. He had a few turk-
eys, but was goan out of that branch
of the business.
AM of the high wheeb l hbIb ad asup
am new m You ge the W
Wb~a beelm olya a the Oela

A wrapper bearing the hand writiln
of Dr. Dan Morgan Smith and contain-
lng a copy of the Ladsa* Daily fx-
press of Sept. fth, bam been received
at this office.
Per a clear head. a sIout heart and
strong mind. DeWltI Uttle Early
Risers. gentle, safe. eay. pleasant lit-
tle plls. DIeWltts Chrbelaed Witch
Haae l alve Is nequalled for any-
thing where a naive is needed, and !s
especially good for pilesli. old by all
druggists.



THE AIR HNE


Moving Picures


K. of P. meet M oday evening
Odd Fellws meet Tuesday night.


Mamons met Thurday evening.
WedmeIn meet Priay evenlag.
Weley Weathers, a thrifty farmer
of Tey, waa oI our streets today.
There were tw arrivals at the Mon-
temam yeor"y.
Mr. I H. Gne of Martin Ins at the
Montemeia.
Mr. C. F. Miller of Baltimore Is a
g-t of the Mo Utena.
Mr. Alt Prester of Pedro Is a guest
of the Matesuma.
Mr. A. C. Oammnge of uber is at
the Moutesu m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. nnds of Punta
Gorda, saw guests of the Oesla House.
Missi 4ra Norwood is assisting in
the *ofiee of the clerk of the circuit
court.

Messrs. P, Mitchell and D. A.
Osborne. of Morriston. are guests of
the Ocals eoume.
FOR RtNT-A fwulshed residence
well located Inla rst ward. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J McEachern. of
Irvie, were guests of the Montesuma
yesterday.
R. C. Davi t. or Jadonville.
handle alk typewriter ribbon. 7tIc.
each; ST.M per dose.
Mr. L B. Chapman of Elmira N. T..
wan a gamt of the Montezuma yes-
terday.

FOR RENT-A cottage near prl-
a Fsche4l building. Apply to W. L.
~Co rto at tax coteetrs office.
Mr. Rolbrt T. Maiume of Anthony.
-was a guest of the Montezuma lart
night.
Have you seen the new visible Pay-
haoles typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co.,
general agents.

Dr. GOrffiths, one of the prominent
physicians from Dunnellon, was In the
city yesterday.
Th latest o ,eywrlgI hee.k and e
onet neural ine of hel ever dww
hin Usl e"ty at the Oels News. C
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Goodman and son
of St. Petersburg. were guests of the

The beM t peeng- of g". f. ARM
Meo ma y5teredat p d an
s belepe0 en"is m ..at 0116 d .
Attorney Beck haW been suB ring
from na attack of e fIt, but la better
today.
Phaeme for yo. piese tless. We
eall and deliver hIm. The Court

Dr. Boney, president of the optical
seelety of the stale, Isa home from
JatcksoviUe.

R. C. Davis & Ce of Jacksonvime.
will sell ay mahe of seeoond-hand
typewriter, upon easy terms it desired.
W'. Jcson a veteran from
L wwell, was la tawn teday with a
coop of chickeIs
Jergen's Talcum Powder. large cans
holding nearly a pit each, guaranteed
pure and tfragrant. The Court Phar-

R. J. Knight an extensive orange
grove owner on Tampa Bay and a
turpentIkne operator Citrua county.
wasin town yesterday.


THE PERSONAL RLUMT


That enters Into my practice isa
powerful factor to my success.
I give each patient my per-
sonal attention aid take an Intense
Interest In every case.
Optics s my contact study; the
relieving of some unusual eye de-
feet my great pleasure.
DR. D. M. DONNY.
yesiglht Speclsat.
Ocala, Fla.
Ofee hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Optical odiee
and laboratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary


S.: .)A ^


But hark! hush! Am I dreaming? Is
the voice I hear now true?
"The measure ye oft have measured
shall be meted unto you."
Are the men I see. policemen? How
dare they trouble me?
The Judge of a court and a lawyer:
such Impudence to setl
And then to my senses dawning, fri
my stupid dreamn I wake,
And down at the mayor'* offee from
my purse five dollars shake.
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Respectfully dedicated to Judge
October 1, 1. I by a friend.


block. SOUGHT THE THEATER SEATS
The building committee of Marion-
Dunn Lodge bought the seats this
morning for the Temple Theater. The
C AVO I |A committee selected a splendid seat.
w IlI likei those In the Dixieland Theater in
i , Ja"-konville. 4S2 were purchased for
I To h IfI IRV the main floor and 199 for the gallery.
ST---he seats for the bozes will be a dif-
hMiS t-e emr.r iferent kind and have not been bought
Gigasatea yet.
AIR DOME ATTRACTIONS
Messrs. Parramore & Halsell are Curse of Cocaine," a weirdly
prepared to do all kinds of repairing The Cur s of Cocuate, a we"rli
of furniture, also upholstering. All Insteresting subject, and "Oliver
work will be first clan and the prices Twist." Dicken's best story, will be I-
exceptionally reasonable. Mr. Auger lustrated at the Air Dome this ev-
stein, the portrait artist, has made bIs enlg, and are too good to be missed.
headquarters with these gentlemen Mr. Tucker will have vaudeville all
for his stay in Ocala. His genuine next week. The first three nights the
oil portraits can be had for about the stage will be occupied by Reggle
same price that the average picture PuteI. a black face comedian who has
man sells his photos. Give as a trial. made a great hit with Barlow's Mi-
No. l Fort King avenue. stress. Mr. Futch appeared before an
Ocala audience several years ago
We are showg c. bo when the Ocala Riles gave a min-
We are showing e bet c. strel performance, and was conceded
writing paper that we have ever had, toe e of the best.
and if you want the entire value of The last thee nights of the week
your quarter, don't t to y this Mr. Shadterich. another noted artist
the Poetoce Drugstore.will appear. Tou are bound to be
cured of dyspepsia and grouchIf you
WOODMARN--POR RENT ..... Ai.r. ,,. Vh __o _*wo


GOODWIN BUNGALOW-Fmnlsh-
ed: modern plumbing; running water;
acetylene gaa. 10 per wedrek.
AROGYL COTTAOG-Furnlahed:
running water. 5 per. per week.
BLAIR VILLA-To rent on October
1. for the winter; furnished: running
water: modern plumbing; acetylene
gas. $l2 per month.
David S. Woodrow,
Holder Block, Ocala, Fla.

HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
For sale. cheap for eabh the black
mare formerly owned by Major Islar,
six-months old colt and rubber-tired
buggy. Write to or call eo C. I. An-
dermon, care Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company.


READ MTHIs
Dunnellon. Fin., ept st. LI .-I
have sold HalWs Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo., for six year. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for It. It Is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Oihmaebht
Merchant. SO day's treatment In each
bottle.


Mr. R.
on the ea
he will be
with the i
states for
company.
his dutie
Florida to
place mad
of Mr. J.


Most women are troubled with kid- Ill hlnnlth
ney complaint, and you know very
many serious and even fatal diseases Miss Sa
result from these neglected kidney been one
troubles. If you will take DeWitt's 0. Foy, wi
Kidney and Bladder Pills aa directed D. C-. to m
you may be confident of good results. Mr. Foy'a
Try them and see how really good Miss EIas
they are. Beware of Imltatloni pills ceased, w
that are Intended to deceive you. Be and make
sure you get DeWitt'. Sold by all Jenkins.
druggists.
Dr. J. E
HARNESS MINDED vilile this
__. lly. and u
Harnesa of all kinds mended or new tomorrow.
parts made where desired. Alao saw
ling done. Apply to J. T. Slmmen at Mr Fra
Tompklns & Cobb's stables. the A 4.
SKentucky.


O. Connor left this morning
rly train for Atlanta, where
e for a week la conference
manager of the southern
the International Harvester
Mr. Connor entered upon
s as manager for South
r this company, taking the
e vacant by the resignation
C. Wheeler, on account of

i.e OGilson. who has always
of the family of the late C.
Il shortly go to Washington.
make her home with the late
i sister. Mrs. Jenkins and
t Foy. daughter of the de-
Ill accompany Miss Gilson
her home with er aunt. Mrs.

. Chace went up to Jacksln-
afternoon to meet his farn-
will return home with them

Ink Huber, ticket agent for
L. returned last night from
where he has been spend-


Foley's Honey and Tar clears the lig two weeks. Mrs. Huber will re-
air presages, stop the Irritation lu main for a short time longer.
the throat soothes the inflamed mem-
bran.,M and the most obstinate cougb IU the glare of the sun urts your
disappears. sore an4 Inhfammed eyes. get a pair of smoked glasses


Information


Buy Cream Flour, true
to its name. You pay
no more for It than other
High grade Floor. Ev.
ery pound of it guaran.
teed to be the best that
can be made from soft
winter wheat. Sold ex.
elusively by



TEAPOT

GROCERY


Prof. Henry Rickards, principal of
the Belleview school. was in town to.
day. He formerly resided l Candler,
being one of Its pioneer setters sand
moved there In the early sevetles. He
had Just come out of a school room In
Missourit broken down in health and
regained it in Florida by spending 14
years in the woods surveying. After
the big freese he again took up teach-
Ing, moving to Hilliborough county.
and be has been at It ever since. He
ls one of the best equipped and most
successful teachers la the state and is
pleased with his school and the peo-
ple of Belleview. ProL Rickards after
graduating from a Missouri college.
took to teaching ln U1C9 and has made
it a profese on.


FIRE AT ROSERT t0NMNOWS
A ire alarm was turned Ia at 1t:46
this afternoon by telephone n e & Mr.
Robert Connor's home, two SOea
south of town. The Are department
got word that the fire waa nEar M.
M v. C. LAey's. e on th eend
street and went to that plece. They
then learned ofthe MstaThe an
knowingl it waste far beyond theUr
reach or the Ability ofa the rss to
make at any speed, returned to the
station.
Mr. Carroers little Maz nra-
about was standing In froat f the
Star office Ad Mr. lwi Tomes took *
Chief Hamp Chambers sad Ive of hia
tfremen with the two head oetaiish.-
em out to the fre. reaching there 1n
a few minutes, them tae mT was
loaded down with all the ies who
could stick on. They toad Mr.
Luckey with Tomnpkis -& CoW'r e
and several na, who had received
word direct, all ready aOW the
scene. They wer eCutting ioto the Nref
when the fireen arrived. The opes-
Ing was enlarged and the fremmn ap-
plied the hand e-ti glshers dthe
fire was out In a few taintes.
The fAre had caught en the hWeh- Eukje
en fine. between the roof and tmhe sell T h
Ing and was very hard to at. Mr.
Connor was not at home having left
this morning for Atlata. The heie
would certainly have hbee deatuypd
together with practically everything ia
It. but for the telephone and the quick
response of the automobiles,
THE JUDMNT SE
With the speed of the wind I travel,
when blown by the hurriane;
And the city block. I pa them, like
pallngs by the lae;
With the gasolene engiae peeded, and
the muffler open wide. .
rm as happy and contented as a
bridegroom with his bride.
I take In all the ball games run all
the raees, too. *
rm a lawyer by profesdma, and a
judge and justice, too.
I take the girls out riding; rI the
whole world envied by.
Because they aem me pass them with a
speed they dare not try.
But lo; some one is waving; the reSa
m ust be "switoth.
So I throw the brake on the engine.
and the clutch to neutral move.


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NOVEL CAMPAIGN


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Mr. C. T. MUWler of Leroy. who was W
a candidate last term for the efe of 'a _e
sherir of Marion county. will be a
candidate again when this office Is to -- -
be ied. Mr. Miller s as any other P I W
candidate will have to got m
busy to best hble plan. He will deposit I
hir check for 2,5- made payable to
the church of the county, wh be ..
enters the race, to be paid itf he win 2%-. Th d O g bI
On the frst day f January each and
every year thereafter, as sg as oe
bolds the office. be will repeat the
doee, giving another 82.6 to the ,o I:-. i
churches of the county. which he es- IjU L
timatee win be the net proceeds of
the office over expenses. He only ... 'I
wants the glory, be says, as he has FA
plenty to live en. Who can beat this .
for campaign fnase. The hi m s Uti iJ
cemty held a -baggaes
Mr. Will Dale. of Gaines" e, with n e eurthemi Te tlaw T","
the Dutton Phosphate Co. w thCoe wee p"e.t
city yesterday. Will used to .ve I s 18 Domino Asgat 0., L Mi& e -
Ocala and was bookhmeeper for the predut county union P. A. ;
Wd & .-lHier Co., phosphate miner.. L.B Idbt mUL3 A. mi E .I
and is said to have kept the aetest oaeOdd;. w. rs-e. W.*. Smi-e
set of books In, state. Whi oesa Pe~ o T. I .M L. .1-I
Messra Ford & Kiler sold their Iteru. .t S D4 SIiaowr, V.
ests to the Dutton company, WB wont e D. nef*r am l. .La rSp E C. P.
with the deal and has shown bamsel f Seh ldf & W, V M 0W
so capable and trustworthy, that now : ;.
he is a partner In the business. He A MIERYOO--IOUMM IN TOW
deserves I.
The momrry-ws Ieud is here dfeW
Mr. John R. Dewey retmed yestnr. M't b- days l mu be Agg@
day from a short visit to JSackeavTie. the lWt a the S. A. t L, R .
He said while Jaekaonvii:l was thehe t the ye #M d"' .,.
metropolis and the greatest city in theo sad 0e0Y a r Infi lS e KW. Spe
commoeawealt and destined great-ttU ladO 1M 10 =
er growth and commercial Importance, I ts at. temm r 8s 111 .8"
at present everything there was on the cation. & A. depot.
quiet. peaking of travel he sai
there was one continual prgeeeio SLIGTLY COWER wITN W
going down the east coast and he saw When you aeee that kindhof a Wallo-
a train of eleven cars pull out the er forecast you knew f -
other morning with every seat NSled ti weather I at hand me s
and every berth in a Pulnan taken, for it new by getting "a bse 1 9 : -
lad' S onw JlJAnB elts Y"
Henry Uvingston tells with exclt-- m ade...
Ing garnishments how a Martel man bite. San si OW sm t ago.
did him up the other day. when tHenry e al ahs lle -h i a
suggested that It would be a good and sl $t1 a bottle iMel r b n s .
fair thing for him to liquidate that ________ ..
premium on a life Insurance policy., ,c .
which Henry had advanced and Neel- Mrs. W. Bulomtk as u1d
son agreed to pay. Nelm became froum New Trk a rmani ter b
angry, abused Henry and finafy as- o, Wllam. The Ji udge -I n p I
suaulted him. The cae was brought JachionvUle to tmee t .'
before Judge Wels and Nelson was -o .e
lined bla0 and cosi or 9 days on the NMiss1 y War"num, the .
roads. The case was fnall eompro- teacher, is again in Oam -M
mixed and Nelos paid $6 and costs. at the hore of Mrs. Wallet s d t
It would have been cheaper for him to -
have paid that premium. Mrs. Frank Lygtie of tUob wnt uml
to yesterday with Cn 1 .. ,- .*.
We see by the Citrus County Chbros- who are attending soeheel wb . ,
ie that C. B. May. formerly in the U rMetun id home with thei et*T S 1
Racket store business in Inverness spend Sunday. -
but who sold out several years ago . .'
and moved to Omard. Calif.. the great ev. T NnJ. eon, re -a
sugar beet town of the Oden State. this d .t .i.ct, returned : .
has tired of his Iew i ad I the confereie Bemee ete aM '* -'*
again back and In bumie Ini CItrus '.
county, at Hernando. Sucese to the Mra. Clayton. wite f e t e -
gentleman. erator at the IL A. U dopt. IuaII I ." ,:



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NOTICE OF SALE
NMde is heMoy gtve that on
Thueft, of ee 7, I9 E
the followla ol etof the pemousl
estate of H. J. Wathe win be sold
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rie, ealher Wieheuter.
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ahotfus, stgh-bar.
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CKAPTZB XIII
Rf MOM may be the least ne.
tie of a n the moral smIe
EL,. there is so heart shb.
Jlely without t. No MeO
hae his white ps ftro hs view a"a
it beae active te Broob, bamiMa
hl fared ,by the licker ot shame that
the full elusat o of has vilesay e1d
preote as he tok down the receiver
o the telepem to cam Captain W-
In foelt g amm to dealer herself
lat, th head of his employer he atod
aot sctmily believed that it would be
aseemary for her to make the supreme
omerfice. "You ca handle hMm all
right," he had told er. "You know
how far youe ca let maamn go-all wo-
men "ew that." But be had bee
wwUlm to take the eha ce that this
ncrltce would be exacted, %ad, know-
lo only too well the brutal sensuous-
ane of Wmitams, his notorious d e-
pravilty and that be had cst what he
bad taken to be longing eyes on Emma,
be now bad so doubt whatever that It
would be. The captain was not the
man to give anything for nothing to
part with money without receiving fall
value. With his great phyesal strength
and his will that overbore and wore
down sll opposition, hew would the
entle subalsive asture of Emma be
aioe to hold out against him? e .
dueed to helplessaess by his al domn-
nating power, with the alternative of
compliance or their ruin held out to
her. she would have to submit.
Brooks pictured the scene as though
It were beit enacted before him. and
he went hot and cold, and a sweat of
agoey broke out all over him.
"No, no, no!"
He uttered aloud the protest wrung
from hi writhing soal by his half re.
aemitated -abood He elutched his
threat, struck himself in the mouth
with such Violence that his teeth cut
is underlip and the bloo4 dyed his
ehin, sealed his hat and dashed wildly
for the dr. Fear met him there and
held up a roarolinW finger. Down.
stairs were the three central office de-
tectives. O the morrow, In a few
hours at the offie where e h ad
worked for fve years, theee men, thA
behest of his employer, would place
their hands on bhn arms, and be would
be under arrest. He saw himself be-
lag led out, handuffed, under the
moeking eyes of hi fellow clerks and
the customers.


He closed the door again and turned
from It, cowardice at bis beels whib
poring sophistie prudence, eounselig
the poltroom's diocretion, throwing ape-
oes sops to his conselence. Some.
thing had to be done. No other course
than that he had taken had been poe-
siule under the circumstances. Be-
tween him and state prison stood
Emma. She alone on earth could save
him, -I salvaton were possible. Pun-
ishment and Immunity at that moment
perhaps held the balance even. Tbe
givin or wbthbWldlo of a kiss would
turn the scales either way. The giving
of It would brand him with that par-
tIcular stamp of Infamy which when
,reconised by men caused them to
draw away with rising gore and
spurn the bearer. But none would
know of the saerfice-no one save the
victim, Williams and himself. Other
women had done as much In pressing
anergenclee to save their husbands
from public dlohonor. Some had bar-
gained their fato to Inure ofce or
advaneement for husband or aom,.
some for dress and Jewels their bh-
hands could not give them. He him-
self would never seek to know Just
what had passed between his wife and
the captain. He was free to asaume
that he had worried unneeessarily;
that nothing of what he felt certain
was happening had oecawed, to sur-
mi that It had not been necessary
for Emma to resort to complete aur-
render. What he did not know could
not trouble him. Anyhow, It was too
late now. The die had been cast. The
chief thing-nay, the mone thing-he had
to fear was that her mission might
be unsaeemaful; that she could not
purchase hs freedom at any price
whatsoever.
The possibilty of this twisted his
selfish earth with anguish again. Oh,
why had be got blmelf Into this trem-
Mbe?
When goaded to desperation and
rnckles s he had taken the irst
$10 from the money ho bhad collected
he had no Idea of not returning It-
somebow. It had bought a good deal
of pleasure to Emma and himself.
lightened their bard penury with a
gleam of brightness. But $10 then
had been a lot of money. It had not
been possible to replace it at once.
It was far easier to fx his accounts
so that the sum would not be miased.
He had yielded to the temptation and
bad s oamd th.m.


am as nwec" haIe Ia m m. asein
tsa of. He had Be y 6aban
dmin V atngewua-
Let had hedm oW blo st64 0 a
woas tuime ad time a-. as had
awaheid hs wifbe a -ibse his ad he
tune, but had et deed tlO ha
how he had belalmed the smy, s he
had lavend the story et elle work.
aHs rua at lurk had ,d M .-w
eer. a "'Ia t Wa Ie beCome pi mI-,a
and this it was that had eaned his
ztaaest aopimism. He had wager-
ed larger and leaer s ui a his
wimaimes haedsupaI sd a -sut
beha account of *t&a It Wd oem
day whea he bd plagee ad mio
a thoand dollars that he had ca-
ceived te satos ea M- preieN wais
reward of back pay.
Boe after theirhadamS r thUr
more expenve er arters. wever, a
erha of reverses had come. His lavck
had deserted hima. Vrt his hank as-
count wet; theb he had dmraa a the
-eecstIs n la his olertb to rebveMst
losses. He hbd pledged a" lest.
planged and woa, plng~d again and
lost. It had net hese lae beon his
'Lor wg d" had gee e = 4m h a ter-
tfylajg amount that he had melaad
that discovery was laevitable alnes
he couldM place the maey wtvi
brief delay. He had tea ngto th Ge-
sparabg tope that by wagrng heat.
ly he comu win em ngh dudsn WB-
MWam l abIace to hide his pllftfr
and ptpe eammuiat Whi tlMe
could be deferred there was pa
Now he knew that nu eamlag. a
lealesm emplower d beea warwt
his wraduly totteritar pross em thed
tght rope of dishoestly ad
lIg a trap to catch him ta n, had -
his ow time to Ipring It.
At the thought of thiBrooks worked
himself Iato a perfect frMy Sf ftry
He raged up and down the room, 6ars
g Wllams, and hurled a aemble to
the floor aad grouad It wish his foot a
though It were his enemy's hated fce.
"You have cheated me out of a tr-
g, you eIad!" he almost howled.
"And now you have take my wife"
The sa of his own vte startled
and cahned him, and he peeped out In
the corridor apprehenlvely, for fear
any one might by chance have bees
nigh and beard hbl. He was exhest~-
ed by the violence of We pari am
His breath scaw .quldty In gaop
and he stood with iartoa eye Mad
bearing boom until the seanveo ee.
tioase t a. The L-m a thed Ithe
oa threw himself up it aOd u t
lInt tears.
The laebrymee eales was M Wtlet
duration, and it wa aeasseaed by
deep deeetion. He at up and glanced
at his watch. It was 11 o'clock. Ole
after another he got all the papers
and magane there were, eouy to
threw them Impat"eutly to the eoor.
It was Imposifble for hi to seam
ihem.
Emma had been gone a Wong time.
What was detabnae her-what. ex.
jtept-
is faee beaa to twtch. He mai .
m a ciaretla took two pallat i and
put it down.
After all, the chief th ag wasthat
she should be succeufal.
He fled a glaa with water that a
bellboy had brought up Iced or his
mother-in-law and drased it at as


It down.
What If WIlliam had refused to he
penmaded?
durable. A leek. of delern-isabi
came ltn bthl fae, end he weut to e
tepheme, hata s h h Mu it
the table and lit another cgartte.
Them he went to the window and
stared out at the opposte houses with
uameelaK eyes. Ple~aetly ht heand


TUaG m Ammhe. momahm o
plants whi a Poes ft utuabis
modlelual viri s" ahabumvialy a sed
by Smireof do e m -t-lMod Wijs
land India" had dlssernred*0am~m
"am of many mauve phato bde .6t
advent of thewhit o e. This iimw
aSo lom.Ip= t&mf* ,to the white. lhI
wt oemtlmus ae ti s awet
to-day we have a risk 4wit da"
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*dleadlfy. N oert Ave. and Pea.hltee b Aanta 6aMlg 1 Day fl
aF-m manmamsi he had lased ir ad yug ladlea. t Boar dl part sblyt'tad a
et it beu ft t Imahe e om We. Cassese divided ato salla asetiem ta.seoi"to
Shad elath m ruatlu.. aftauty of eightee spealist. Cnesra y aNoem gage
uiq ln th e. Art, mSredlom. CerUtlcate admits you to Vasir. Webfiyg
a g1 e* M -sm year beglas leptembr kiW.
wo toe ham e meLD. 6u0SCOTT. IN A 3. CWTM

ihml pat 11. On his way nto a
A hse to et atheAr behpId hm w
pa"n to catch ,i.ht Ile t bm '
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WORM TO FREEZE THE GOUL
"Your oam has consumption. His
ease is hopees."- Thee appalling
words were spokes to Oeo. E. Blev-
ef. a leading merchant of Sprinug-
Seld N. C., by two expert doctore-
ae* a luna spelalist. Then was
shown the wonderful power of Dr.
Kaes's New Diseovery. "After three
weeks uae." writes Mr. Bleve". "he
was a well a0 ever. I would noet
take an the money In the world for
what It did for my boy." laetiibe or
Sughe ml eolds. its the safety, wr-
eat ee at desperate le= dis"eae e
earth. Me. and $1 at an druists.
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