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 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID03288
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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I Atata, Oct. L.-WIth te beod
gates of the recent prohbation law 1i
Tennesse lifted by the ruelig t
Chancellor T. M. MeCouset another
delge of aleeoolle circular is mw
rowing down upon the knilhied
-towns and "cities Of eorga straight
from the distilleries Oad warehems
of her sister state, that. wlfh a law
.that forbids bome sale or consump-
tion yet permits the souslag fluid to
be shipped nlato other states.
The deluge cae about In this wise:
Whom the Holladay bill. known as
'the statewide prohihldou law. west
lato effect July i. it looted to be as
-tight a law as ever put the lid on the
sale of liquor in any state In the
Union.
It would seem. however Its looks
boled It" tenor, according to the In-
terlrtation placed thereon by Chan-
cellor McCoonell. The chancellor was
sought la chancery by a stockholder
of the J. W. KeOy company, a whole-
eate liquor firm of Chattanooga who
petitioned the court either to construe
the Holladay bill as a "tippler" law or
to declare It unconstitutional as being
eonasratory be reason of rendering
worthless large stocks of liquors left
on the hands of d4alers.
Based upon this contention. the
chancellor was petitioned to enjoin all
state, county and city oflbials from
Interference with the petitioners in
the sale of their goods at wholesale
and specifically ) to enjoin J. W. Kel-
ley & Co. from discontinuing their In-
terstate shabippaing business.
That Is to say, Chancellor McCon-
nell was asked to'take steps compell-
ing the liquor company to continue
shipping its wares "Into other states,
under the existing state prohibition
law of Tenaessee. And this Chan-
cellor McConnell did.
In rendering his decree subsequent
to the trial of the case on September
3, Chancellor McConnell said. In part:
"It seems absurd to say that this
state is helpless to prevent people in
other states from shipping their
liquors Into our state to be used and
abused by oar people. and at the
same time t fay that the people In
this state canset ship their liquors,
legally -wnufactwted' Into other
states. If the one Is Interstate com-
merce, certainly the other Isa.
"The state of 'T messee can have
no right to prohibit the interstate
trade of the complainant, and the
attorney-general is without legal au-
thority to prosecute such sales, be-
cause no law is violated thereby"
With the rendering of this decree,
stock In "spirits" went up.
Distilleries that had lain cold and
dead for three ni-the ki dled their
fires to continue the conversion of
train loads of grain. diverted from
bread, into the sparkling sedative
trickle of the alluring still-stream.
Dormant warehouses, wherein wer6
pyramid kegs aad MOMb and barrels of
the ardent fluid, opened their doors
to. release a fiery stream across the
boundaries of the state, Into the sur-
roeading country. A food of exulting
advertising buradeed the outgoIng
mals from o Cha and other
Tenuesse little, dvMig Into arteries
of Information that reebhed every
city. every town, every nook and ham-
let In the South.
$WE r' OVER NIAGARA
This terrible calamity often hap-
pens because a careless boatman Ir-
mores the river, warnings-growing
ripples and t. Nature's
waralpgs are dull paln or
ache in the e wars you the kid-
'neys need ath It would es-
cape fatal diabetes
or Bright, #. Take Electric
Bitters at aan backache fly
and all r return. -Af-
ter lo m week kidneys
and lame nea 91 bottle wholly
eured me," writes J. R. Blaukeshlpj,
of elk. Tena. Only Me. a bottle at all

GOVERNMENT AID
FOIl STORM SUPPERERMS
Washingtonl Oct. L--The secretary
of war wIll Mend sW tents. 8- double
blankets and O mattremses to the
cyclone satferers nla Terrebonne par-
ish. Louilsina. This action was tak-
en upon the receipt of a telegram
from Representative IroussaMrd. who
states that he has Just returned from
a trip through the stricken district.
He says 8T homs were totally de-
stroyed and .122 people left in a des-
titute condition.
l BOTH BoV BAvErW


Lou s Boon. a lead merchant of
Norway, Mieh., wrt. "Thr hbet-
tIes of Thys Ue- aad Tar abso-
tehly cured my of a seTere
eeush, amd a m be we e was
w a with a dld.aat the doetrs
save him up, was cured bt d- Flo-
era nuwy a T." ase
it a saft aAd ourtas to an tls.
fol by an dri ota.
MINNESOTA$ TARS
WON BATTENISRS CUP


New Yortk Oct. 2.-The battleship


I DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED .
M40-010e 411101 p0 tin of the ear.
There is emr ne way to cure deaf- --- U b y
MIN. Od that in by onstitutional ... ... -
rm. Dles. m i caued by an W St xlaup H hundred Featat t
claimed 11t1. at the mucous in- rliu--Cr"m Priem of Ommsmy 1 2 'k12 ( 1 .. 1
She t Tube. When _' u ( y IGood Old Schol D lolDa s
the t 3be In lamed you have a Tooh n
Inm-lisk *Mer of tmperfect hearing pol .. " '-, : -
whm itaIsentirely c sdef, P otdam. Oc. &--Orv _dMe Wright, And Um 1to wa m w
sons Intheresifta du nles the In- the American aviator. yesterday brpke
smmnal cam be taken out and this his own and all other records for high
heu1ar n wilbe destroyed f ed height of more than L.Mfeet &I-u
wh case out of ter are causedby though an official measurement was E L L n ? m N
Catah, which is nothing but an In not taken. -
Same" dMdt o Uthe m-ucous sur- He had.a red letter day in a doub le *w i am 904e
uraed sense In his experience as an aviator.
We will give One Hundred Dollars taking up Ctown Prince Frederick
for any case of deafness (caused by William as a passenger Just before his- .a.. .-- -
catarrh) that cannot be cued by high flight and more than doubling f kid ft Goa- "va ^uyt u M. A ini
Ha l Catarrh Cure. Send for dr-. the altitude records which he made F
culars free. P. J. Chelney & Co. To- recently over the ame field. r y n- MW .
ledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75. Onw C W CheW, PI "kle -, Apple, -- a M a
Take Halrs Family Pills for consti- HYSTERICAL FRENCH HUSBAND
Killed H isr ut of -
Hw. % t ba^hr Out A f assOatmeat oa Fsk

W t.VaOct..-Prof Oct. 2-A uS Jfoe Schol Lunch. AU the NatiJral Bpbcsft Cb r
Harris was yesterday foud guilty of rather emotional., yesterday In the
voluntary manslaughter of Editor W. court of assies, acquitted Edmond 0o d i ac a 5 J
A. Thompson and the court sentenc- Baudin- wh% at her prayer, shot and w i
ed him to spend four years In prison, killed his wife on Jan. 31. last.
Harris, who was formerly a prin- Mme. Baudin had been atfflited with
elpal In the school here. ran at the asthma for years. It- gripped her r
last election for the office of Auper- throat, It was a weight on her una, L I II I
visor of schools. He was not friend- It stopped her breath, She begged her
I1 to the editor, and Thompson used husband to aid her by killing her I I U I UU I
the Influence of the paper to defeat quickly of the affeetio that was .. .. n_ i__i_._.
Harris. They quarreled, and it 4s al- slowly throttling her.
leed that Thompson threatened Har- Baudin. a mechanic, thirty-nine th of Lu ch Baskets
that he was afraid Thompson would man. sought to Justify his act with
kill him when they met at the depot words as straightforward as they at S 0 and 25ce ts.
one night soon after the election, and were dramatic. Tears streamed from a -cf
when Harris shot Thompson. his eyes while he testified. The Jurors
also wept, and the women in the
READ THIS: courtroom were seml-hysterical. 0 GE WV,
Dunnello. Fla, Sept. Ist. 190.-I The presiding Judge, who dimap- 0. K..GR C ERY HARVEY CLAIE ji
have sold Hairs Texas Wonder of St. proved of the Jury's verdict, remark-
Louis Mo., for six years. Every bot- ed: 2 PHONES 174
tie I sell adds a customer for it. It is "For the moment the bandage on ..
a genulae cure for kidney, bladder and the eyes of Justice was a handker-
rhetamatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht. chief."
Merchant. O day's treatment In each "My wife, whom I loved dearly, bad
bottle. suffered fearfully from asthma," Ban-
din testified. "She could not sleep. UIf B I
MORE TROOPS FOR MOROCCO she laid her head on the pillow she 1
R would cry, 1 am choking! In the name
Spain Will Hold Territory Until of the good God, end my misery! Let. _ ,, ,:- "_,_
$0060MS Inmdemnity is Paid me die!' .w .. ':
Madrid, Oct. 4.-Aggressive opera- "On the night she--she died she
tion against the Moors are to be was suffering Intensely." Baudi went Lawn Mower Sharpened by thi
continued, it Is understood here, this on between sobs. "The medicine she
decision being reached by the govern- was taking was nearly exhausted. M th
meat after consultation with Gen. "I wll go and set you some more .
Marina, the commander of the Span- medicine.' I said.
Min forces in Moraeco. ."No,' she said, 'Way no more medl- e have JAt reeeid'oe O of the &4-- X a
Reinforcements to the number of elne. You know we are poor. I am
4JS,.e men will be sent to Africa. gone. Medicine will do me no good. I Lawn Mower Grinders, a machif net e "
Mount Gruga will be permanently suffer! Oh! how I suffer! .
occupied and in addition the Span- "'Buy no more medicine. I have for the pUrPOsie of grading l a w
lards will hold a big piece of terri- cost you too much money already.A 4 -- *,m '
tory. with Tetuas as a base until the ""It you love me, put me out of my does the workperfectly. If you will faM
payment by Moreoce of an indemnity misery. Prove your love and let me -<- '
of $2",*00,0". leave you. Kill me! If you were a de- your we yanutee to gve you
termined man you would not see me
UP BEFORE THE BAR suffer as I do.' Mower in-bettr condition than =ythe d0 yt R ". -
"I was maddened by the aight of t t i m \
N. H. Brown, a attorney, of PUts- her agony," Baudin ended. "I seized a It. It wiu beshrp, Id ty I ,-'fe
eald, Va., have used Dr. revolver with which I intended to de- i
Klag's New years and fend our home; I shot her in the old style way, which Is usually done b
Id th. s faly medicine head; she died instantly. rien- wokma wth a S o a i u "
we wouldn't out them." For "I determined then to kill myself, &.d Ork with Or 0 il: -
chills, constl biliousness or but I thought of my sister, the only _______ ..
sick headache they work wonders. 25c. other being who depends on me. I
at all drunggsts went to see 'my sister. She wept, but M '
P told me I should surrender myself to Ne Ot .. M wn s.'*
PNAUSPICIOUS OPENING the police, which I did at once." ... i
When Baudin finished his testi- b-Mt It ng w Er .
First Sale.M Day in Bristol Marked mony, given with unaffected emotion, ",
With Blood every person in the house was In man ke 11 t e N* u %I w I .
Bristol, Va.. Oct. 3-After a drought tears.
of more than eighteen months. Bris- Following him, Dr. Dupre, a distin-
tol is once more "wet," twelve sa- gushed alienist, testified that Baudin W -A wV u Y W L- l- '
loons having opened yesterday morn- is perfectly sane. But, said Depre, he ". RE Ei
Is said the number may increase to stronger will of his wife. Pity for her, M A. Bm A R C O .
twenty-five. The license Is 83,0W an- directed by her will. led him to shoot .
nually. her. '
The return of the saloon was not As Baudin left the courtroom a free .-"
without its tragic significance. Char- man the crowd applauded him. 9-m m -w r9 ww-w w I ... w. -
leu Kenny. a merchant of this county. ST J SE..PH S ACAD M .Y .. ,
fell under his wagon while returning UNWRITTEN LAW WON AGAIN . d Ll
home from this city in an alleged in- '"--
touicated condition and was almost New Orleans, Oct. 2.-Lee Oliver, IORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA. '**.S
Instantly killed. He was well known 15 years old, charged with the mur- .i
and was a pyosperous business man. der of Dr. Allen S. King, at Morgan Boarding School for Boys Conduct ed by the Sisters of St. Jo h. Young -'- '
Until today, it is said, he had not tak- City. La, last May was acquitted by Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Car efully Trained along Physical. Intel- "- ,
en a drink in three years, a jury last night at the Saint Mary lectual. Moral and Social Lines. Heal thy Location. Magnificent Swimming t^^. '
liarish court house, Franklin, La. It Pool, Complete Equipment In eSchooir ooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and :
SLIGHTLY COLDER WITH SNOW was alleged that the boy called on Recreation Rooma. *'
When you see that kind of a weath. Dr. King and demanded that he mar- .,i
er forest you know that rheuma* ry his sister and that when King re- Apply for Prospectus to the BSISTER SUPERIOR. ." ',
tism weather is at hand. Get ready fused he shot him to death. Young T A e o Tlrd
for it new by getting a bottle of Bal- Oliver pleaded self-defease. t. Joseph' Academy, Ioretto, Fl orid .
lard's Snow Lniment Finest thing During the trial Miss Oliver took ______ _..__,_ ___.: _,__
made for rheumatism, chilblains frost the stand and testified that she told ,,s .,,


bite. sore and stiff Jetits. and mus- her brother of treatment at the hands -'W "'
les, all aches and palas, 2e. Oc. of Dr. King. which demanded an ex- CARD OF TRAN S
and $1 a bottle. old by all drug- planation.
gits. We take this method of thanking..-
the public through the columns of I
ST. LOUIS CENTENNIAL your paper for the liberal patronage
III that has beeh extended as through
St. uMI. Oct. 2-A week's cele- the past season In our business, as T FIT ANY RIM S
brtion of the centmnial anniversary wdfbaaw M we have not been able to deliver w n
of the Incorporation of St. Louis be- DU j ny car, 'as the entire country as "
gan today at sunrise when the bells whole bought more cars than the
of 444 churches within the city limits I a' Buick factory could produce. We u I ">
were round in announcement of the i mitm are Just ln receipt of letters giving
Inauguron of the program Aero- us a slight Inkling of our 1910 pro- WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF FISK TIRS*S AS '
plane flights, distances raes between n r, _b duct, assuring uS of the fact that
spherical balloons, speed contests by E "i V there will be no question in the fu- WELL AS OTHER AUTOMOBILE SUPPUE AUTO '
dirigible air craft, a water pageant tare that we will be cared for. Our
with four vessels of the United States bw IA C AM 1910 models wil be ready for de- REPAIRI AND TIRE m VUCANEIING D .
navy participating. parades, festival W I n ICElAnr livery the first of November, and PROMPTY AT REASONA PIS -
banquets, the annual appearance of n a^ .__ we have the assurance that if we Y AT ALE -
the mysterioua Veled Prophet and a W W W should need 100 cars we can deliver
several publId appearances of Dr. the same. Our models 10 and 17 IRON OA Ka .A
Frederick A. Cook. Arctic explorer, eti O a a into a aRt of will be continued, but the horse-
will All out the week. Preparations wilkaKAfluUtl0yhg power will be Increased 20 per cent I WW r
for the big events have been going oni0 to 0 U y mv twv quts We will also have a model known '
for months. An elaborate system of *&icom am a as No. 18, practically the same as ,'.
street lighting has been installed. a a our No. 17, only slightly d smaller
great court of honor erected and 2P0ass 101 0S1S mi f .'s car, and will sell for about $1400


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Sa w. r eos T e eCtio )-
0 G1ni a I sopin"" l fooi
SodMaeb y woterSn w ee
to a- go ase uSme Miea W*ar-
Spr o ded at the eas om ied the
a wrile heir sug simu=flaty wel
Ne 3, ay istet an watis
S- 110110 p0als 1 t MOfthe u0y. and
1118s1ing In the alsle Just e gae the
beirl a ft, aho dha ting fiftesad eI
a a veriy plenet t hapfes la ve
e eaes, as 3w. o bn a wa ewl-I
ta t eatd vole and Ma it@ eaonst ely.
Mr. Gy. he w oo k e test tohe o tah
awt eof the d APeat T he
Sm. *a ilhat ye would aml werthy-
f GcM *wh kath e am"e ye oute his
*hi "lem af d sti y.S e well with-
e-at -u distes ct ly.t rnd ay sand
m phrvoely uand made a decided In.
p.m be M and a to w we lgum&
The r Mo o his serm oa
M msrv sI that evurya l ad aI
c an m eIt W" his a her boundeni
du y to obe t e M; to e stooed-
Sst ea deli hs CherisNM duty. A ll
have a vwestat e i e~ury shere of
MTO. et t we wethy t the vstiom,
to smeemplsh this a is n spirt of
*eryw.ber s de yew duty: st boUe, n.
busIness, socdlty. seighboely, and all
fes the ar4d. atlesml emjgment ad
ams ment werae r and proper, tlahe
Smeso- if ea jlg toahis recreation
wede io t in the eyesofGo d. The
evse is on1 nt se aned u be hborae.
-Let is be a arewo t C inoriet h.
mo.. tew we sheaould a strive to
put a0m bWhid ums. to e tae sela tor
God to think mttle fot wish nd
dls6 buta to e th o9 n ofth we
have theo hear and dispoe te o to do
Goes eonands. To praetise long
suf es,- g patience to ease easoutu-
ally ading nit t with others and uo.
dly e aritsl. iets their Se otlesshand
passif judgment on their motives,
It Is ew duty to ask ourselves what
4p e what good can er dowe s. die-
trusts snd n tm e ritabe commaets an
these aroL do hurs. Our lives
sheU o typify our eigleo; soal ser-.

itM and uer death a glory to resarrec-
and seek the cf seat i the people,
but me et diobt. take a retired
p otieMo that being wrty ef exalte -
til we asy be dde by the host to
W tNmD up higher. e Ia the outside
weal denal and Speak oWellcc ye yo
Mt it bitter. and hard to
rubS .elt, but when accomplished fin
At the1 0eo the O ma Comes weet-
trive to learn one ano er to do acts
S1ind1ness 1t others,14 to Overlook and
n ghbors ad n al hthe eehub. T4






1thig; It us t e lived as wen as
preached. U the church is to go for-
ward theae mus we live lows to the
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*B'.: ao diod u tod feroeur. Heh
not kneMw the engregatieo ad there-
SA. m be and thranger in the
~ prish, he dired tohe on formed of
thub he ant visit them.
SAt the elsoe of the senss, the
atw appeared at the entrafte daer
ad a ok hd a d with all in the a-





demo. Ree tor 0yis &yow man
abohowthiny .tale ommanding andOf
Aimadd ss. He is a -of rishop
Gay of Orbl ndo. Hisvwifet Mede-
Svted cbrc worker, a fie siger
aNd will be I the burcm choir.



e Sta r besp eaks for Hesator Gre






,Me.t tC. on ofeAntlhnt y.as aIn


i tt se truckipa, him w atelland
Shis erm crops were boupIful.t Het

ges biem the vemmealty lvst in has
a stakta n rudfriie.H


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* ovwwr AlbertW. w ileist write
Sthe sretary of the Ocala board of
Strade that the t be requested to
W ~ale" a dt t ft-m the Ocala

goeds aad the Olve mead Makers
a tism jemar. which met
In Col umus ON%0 0d. 3-5th. and
utherim a ther secretary y of the O
board to same said del-te. We do
SIt i0 "e peseom of Mr. Joke Bown.
Je oas boem the heat and burden

as"od ud It will do ake a world
at good and w gv him our bwskmig

bs' T leten Stars atlatiag with
s riomly o f istituting a "ta day" at
the eaoog eeraty air for the perw-
Sham of the mw drop curtal for the
S*Temp"l Theater. Worthy Master 5.
.-. A.ei, D ir named Mmr N. I.
Goeettlsho MrL Jael BRe and Mrs.
'. Y Teamoi toD mofe awanmi -


AT TmE mAPTMT CUWCN
A Iste mtns ves eburch member-
ship ans ree-f the women and per-
haps it Is quite as well that me
sheaM be the easem for a congregations
eeBing i i hgely ft men with their
mas066es v darkB dress relieved cnla
.sm y by a white vest or a man
wkb a red head eertlanly is a dull
aOkl, but a mrweatw s the as-
Jerky of whom are women, with their
beautsi l ols a a artistic display
Ia make and dnsi l of reS and n-
Uisen Is ouned to be a eonopti.e /o *
Of 0ce tand barty. and seuh wasn ,\. -
the cme yesrday ua the ct \e p sI*t
OureS, 1n t e city. and the e n-
s own bad btee around with his
Ns book he would have counted the
audience a at least four-fifth wom-
en, and coeaquently the pastor had
to lefk Om a seene both beautiful and
haposlag. And the effect was seen in
the el aet diescourse bt e preached
from ad Chroleles, 26th verse. On
the "valley of bleseins Ihe sa k old's
biemings to mon were certain and
f*c*^or aL feetor the rat descended
oN the just and unjust, and yet they
wee not purely mi.dith,aal, for It
was rem r"e adt o that we acept ad a
Mse, the same. He spoke of God's
blesslgs being as numberless as the .
sands of the sea or bhe mighty firm-
amnet of the stars in the heavens.
Mentioned the blessing of everlasting
life, making all other blessings sink
Into cosigullcanece. He spoke of the
blessings of health, of home and na-
tive land."a land more favored than '
was the land of Israel. which flowed
with milk and honey."
He spoke of the blessing of pres-
ervation from danger. Said that at r4
Wptist eSuene tlon to whkh special
trains were run from all directions as,
no less than three of them meet with
serious accidents from which as if
by a miracle every passenger escap-
ed unhurt. He spoke of God's hb,-
isge coming to as sometimes through
the direst calamities; mentioned the
ease of a man whose home and ev- -- --
erythlig he owned In the world be-
aIng washed away by a freshet and as
the man, almost heart broken at the
loss of his worldly possessions, stood
watching the terrible flow of water
which had caused that loss, he notic-
ed something bright and shining in
the side of a bank that had been cutI
away by the flood, and found it was
gold. It turned out to be a mine of
gold that made him Immensely rich.CMHlt U
so that out of his calamity came a
blessing.
At times people get discouraged.
are the greatest that any man was T R-E hundred years09M a Hk H o a de D
ever called on to bear, but it we look
An ol..-...d.p-.,. h.e was e ,"Hj Moon," sailed tsp what is now the harbor o New Yoe and up the pe_____sr
discouraged but onee, and that was n
when he was so poor he had no shoes bean5 hissame.
for his feet, but walking along a
,.. had no feet a h ... edlat* tTwi years ar a ad.ed ago,
that his own afletions were as noth-
"g a" compared with the man with- ow w, who said was ad m a
prison reformer, advised people who ct. ...

well ighuberabl... -t .ob ttuof divet, from New York to Albanyin 'the "C rot" t first meer pop
prisons stmoteti'nisery and ar- : ....
rors they contained. A" .
The ,preacher laid down the rule And now the country is celebrate these two hs ic s i a et
that as we use our blessings to bless .a*
others sowould our o beings v e and a a an a to
increased. aw.o.,. + e VeS-S,- pto d i, , F-.SM8 W .taft to e e b"a.
Before the sermon Miss Pansy A
"which" b"au.""" ecII '""M" h led from all the big nAvies of the world and civic ad Ait pardes0 c
tion could not be excelled, while the
manipulated by Mrs. I..-L slar.g ave U an W be held in h oor of thns two eDso c eye t Aiso
the fnishlng tones to Miss Souter's ..




RAVIS'.fod tt iHart Schafiner & Marx thes






It's a dscovy whc lots of othe hv also made; m e w w w
rado Paint at $1.7--$175.00 h any other maim; and the nume L stadly tncrasne.-
50 gala Davis 2-4-1 Palat ,.
at $17 ...............$87.50 0i ,. ,yud nt.


$122.. In any voyages of discovery, nor eadme the ridicOle of yo frieds; yo can be as well drm
Mr. Somebody's Paint $176.00
- P.ur O.i on i O ma.n in. America, at small expense of time and money, by couag to this store and
A clean and dear saving of $52.50
You will save wmn If Maleed chane Mar che s
Oi Is eheaperw. ne ar co s
eHow does the 41".1 prpase-m
h All their labreis are all-wool. Grays amd ablesmOle are thl a hr A.M uwt.e v.r.i..,e ty p ..
For na by the Marloa Hardware a-m ot em-ess. We have overcome ai la. ,,M-_y -w _dl .-I ._"; m. wMt yi n Iq ,"
--Company, ala, F.WehaveP *
Mr. I Anuerson, a prominent '
resident of Ocala.wasInJackson-O .*

E-l ._,it. GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SOE CO.
ville yesterday. Mr. Anderson, who.

--Hmes-Unlow 4th. .. :^ y.1^.
Mr. J. R. Smith, a well known resm 91
t of Ola. was In The Leaders of Style Quality and WorknIans
yesterday and is making his head-
quarters at the Park.-Tlmes-Union. "CALI HOUSE BLOCK,-- .CA'&- qg.
-i tO.. CALA HOUSE BLOCK, OCAJL:, MaFr1 i



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THE EDUCATIONAL MEETING AN APPEAL FOR THE CHILDREN
A meeting in the Interest of the To the Honorable School Board of
public schools of the county will be Marion County:
held In the courthouse Tuesday a Gentlemen-I am appealing to you
week from tomorrow. This will be a in the interest of our school teachers,
meeting Instituted by the educational school children and the Marion Coun-
campaign now being carried on over ty Pair. Do this: Allow the teachers
the state. The fact is evident that to adjourn school on the afternoon of


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the tthroa t/otbhe the la aed mem- I Wilson. well feel proud wnen it is completed. -
.w0jaoo'iimswat brakes n m oste ate cough Sag
WAem anme Cildriss a .im a4 ammed GUAVAS FOR SALE Miss Lilly O'Haver, a charming hm
,a L --- a e and stmuegth.eeL Buy Cream Flour. t, e young lady of Keuka. Fla.. who has sh
000w aa -2U n a. sRe es u thhe bcd7 expelled from the Any one. wishing choice guavas for been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Blitch at fy
WMA tear Pkhen Ome a s NOJ. syste. Refe any but the enaule to its Dame. Yu pay jelly or preserving purposes can ob- their home at Blitchton. was is town 1
UI M O Ka m. Ia the .yellow package. S0fd by al tain same by notifying the Star of- Saturday and Sunday, the guest of
OOSAA, S 0OWA druggists. no more for it than other see, a shipment will arrive for one Mrs. Mazie Lyles.
A- r M. sHof the force tomorrow, Tuesday. 31 nu
S. and Mrs. W. H. Moore and High grade Flour. Ev- per crate and express. Van Boney. who had his leg broken tw
aM 1 nl child cae s Friday from west of by his pony falling on him two mouths uar
D Flemintoni where Mr. Moore was op- ry pound of it guaran- TEA AT PRIMARY CHOOL ago. is able to be out on crutches, and fro
rating ranch. They went to Lake will probably soon be as good as new. pti
OW .in. --- We im wl. where they will spend the win- teed to be the best that Priday afternoon after school had ed
ter. wben they will return to their old closed for the day, a number of the Dr. J. E. Chace went to Jackson- ho
home In Alabama to reside. can be made from soft lady patrons of the primary school ville Saturday afternoon and met his in
SF T "winter wheat. Sold held a meeting at the school building family, returning from the mountains, Ma
sk 9u410Tm OalO The county commissioners were toer ea. S eand decided to give a tea Saturday and accompanied them home yester- nfe
session this morning to accept the elusively by afternoon from 4 to 6 at the school, day. Mrs. Chace has been absent for Lau
3fl M m; -a teulty asse 'or's books. which they y bat which tea. cakes and candy will b nearly a year. Her friends will be Ma
S -did. 'They found them typewritten. served, the different ladies supplying glad to have her at home again and ver
m ', nest. ~. 2 neat, cP and correct the first set the refreshments and the proceeds o to know that she has been restored Jacf
a f e"1t12 a ; 4 ever presented in that form. The the tea to go towards purchasing or to perfect health.
y *0 0. U6 work was done by Mr. Ayers daugh- having made suitable cabinets in
ter. and the work is greatly appr-e- Awhich to keep the children's books Mr W. T. Mellwalne went to Lake-
lated by the commissioners. and other property, that they may be land Saturday night to attend a- Iad
tDT I n o'MA 1 safe from loss or damage, as many of meeting of railroad men.
Sa leard.w head, a stout heart an th children and too young to carry
Is a. DeWltts Utte E1 r 'their books back and forth every day. Messrs. Jim Badger and E. Warren
,i, W--ss r. geItlNe. L o bf pleasant it- The ladles hope the tea will be lib- Smith of Belleview were among the
0 u n m tie p De ly"w.m Witch Mr..X. L Gottlieb left this morning orsaly patonized. The public Is cor- visitors to the Brick City today.
Hat aI e is W^ ina"s for ed for Sanford. where he went to build dially invited to attend.
"9^! r fm D thig wm ere a sale needed, and a. up the membership of the Fraternal --- Mr. W. J. Crosby of Citra came a_
WB^ ,oo 0 t -d for 01e0 fd H by anB Tion of America one of the best down this morning to meet with the I1
S ,ItIA'.I- S 2 oseslyg oodNfofraternal ad beneficial orders in the THE Al Dl board of county commissioners. 1

11_ ...._ Mr. James T. Rawls of Crystal IU J. T. Hutchens. the Romeo merch-
.v s at the cala ouse ver J. B. Borland. the Citra orange ant and tie contractor, was in town
Rive"'r S a grower, was in town this morning. M ,i ia today.
.. .....-- I.M. _,--- - k._ w- newly arrived horses that are sell- M i iiss Anie gStmrhl. of Bich nrins


Maa-Taitied Gf-ts Ul UIIIEI
S* K. f P. meet this eveatl.

E OM FellBo meet tLorrow nigt FL

SWe take al tD the t m rt Pf at our Ma-on- G ,r--t Th e --,.y night .
mtom We ather anl the ets reestar to at your
asM, g e Msd sdlslde a Woodmean m t Pfriday eMalan. t f

m sarad. mdr ta pewomal direction f the afa-
memo Moanseur ayer.
Delivery Is very pmpL t. Mr. 1 4 Mesus of Rockwell was
I KINM OF a st the montesms gsday'.
^We aslo alele s set eyr store thi se -a d Can

.L eer1. The bCC ot Styles tor Pall sad Winter are Ocala Ham .
Si- h It- is actual crs-O There a r i 0 to t
styles pictured I1 this Portflo. Mr. Thmo Ray, Jr.. of Rockwe.
We also show 180 samples o the latest weaves was at the Oeati Ho0me Sunday.
IN elth. Any style that you choose will be made
Sto yar ime ure lV -y cloth you select. Thlak Mr. Howard Walters left this
what e AMAZING .C morning for a visit to Newberry. S. C. Their excellent linte of al sad Wl
SThe T pw es we quote are ams'l-g-hardly Io"e The eOUnty boards will meet for the Men and Boys.
than ready-made prIes. Yet timh garments are all trsamactbo of business tomorrow.
mas-tailored by experts., hd they. have aml tl Our clothing department 6ers
nA -tatuered e'ects. And they ate aIl made to Dr. P. A. Pnow of Pedro was among The selections have been carefully mad
your e 0the visitors in town today.
SS.ai.t Mt, int y the best and only skilled workme we
C011 16 Si to $a Mr. Harry Walters has gone to At- have different grades, the prices gover
We suirautee absolute satisfaction In Lt. style. lanta to resume his medical studles. guarantee accompeanes each purchase.
Sa0dAsip sad materials. Any garmeat snorr ores anitsea he
right need not be accepted. J. L 8meek returned from a short Men's and Boys ts in the dite
P1 .mase rome and ee this Fashloe PMetolln. and visit to Homomasa this noon. s an ts in th
Jode what such service means. Suits, extra Pants, in both knickerboe
Miss Sarah Darla, who spent sev- Blouses and Waists.
eral weeks with reads at Palatka. BoeadBs
|r C X33^ T .dCbJ-Z54T retaued home today 0 Our line of Stetson and Knox Hats
Mrs. Will L. Denham of Gainesville I looks and wearing qualities A sple
Tf iM Mus b SST d Wema was the guest of Mrs. Maske Lyles and young men.
Sunday.
We have never carried a prettier Hl
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ M rs. C. L Bittinger will leave to-W ehiearie a e
orrow for White Springs to take its Ing this fall with all of the latest
curative waters for several weeks. The lie of dress and working shi
E.Wilbr Smith returned this after- boys, is a very complete one, and fro
L Lnoon fro his visit to the ]atern tion desired. With this lne we have
S-tates. Wilbur had a fine time and With this line we h
looks happy and healthy. In Hosiery we have a very strong Il
Swill have Pall and W in -Mr- P. Weiser of Detroit rep- We ak ou to try our
my a ot resenting the Morgan & Wright tir. in Underwear you will find Just wha
Concern, was in town today, a guies;
Mu 00 of the Ocala House. goods.
S]r. C. 4. Rawls of St-phensville- If you are traveling or contemplate
u ~esday an W wednesday ddWest Florida .a former citize-n of Ma-otnk. ut ca an
rion county and still a property own-. suit cases and bgs that
er, is in town today. rain coats. etc.
a.. Mr. Robert Munroe of Anthony. Come in and le us ft yee onL W
October and 6 w town yesterday a guest of th from ead to foot.
S t-k sal es ar c iMessrs. J. H. Wallace and R. L, -
Jp ta MIs 0 this sm a W M 1 Helvenston of Jacksonville are guests
Sof the Montezuma.
.aiT-tocaflon "these dayi Lad
SMessrs. R. C. Dunn and R. Hudson
IU th1 rest LiSIM. are guests of the OcalHou :se
ME f SThey are making their rounds of the


wi obortly arrive from Springind.
-- -- -- Ohio. where they have- ben making
ityftheir home for the past several y ar",
and will again take ulp their r*ni-
MISS Mary Affk dence in Ocala.
". _Little Jack. the bright young son of
N Ceriff J. P. Galloway. who ha been
Sll for nearly four weeks with fever,
is Improving. His fever was almost
one hismorlnim. Dr. Harry Dozier VAUDEVILLE AT THE MR. EDWARDS' NEW HOME
ITl / a1edAPA him. AIR DOME THIS EVENING
SFR RENT-Barn and stables firt Work will commence tomorrow on D
F1R RENT-1Barn and stables^, first ReggIe Futch. the up-to-now black- Mr. John 1 Edwards' new home in ees
bleek north of hospitaL Apply to J. face comedian, will be at the Air the Benton Addition. If the residence lie
S" who u. his swy I Ms _tb k w Ola a. h North Second Dome this evening, with a full set of is in keeping with the barn. which has the
S- street. Oaa. nthe latest jokes. RPgie is a mirth- be-n practically completed, it will be ho
Sil l S ti Will th~ gt k ie m h Ifsn as u M: r 1.uci..us have add promoter from away up front, and a beauty indeed. Like the barn, the he
g;g gw Mt a .r _g to .e as a ib_ -to & beir force a d yu will omit an opporturlty to post firat story of the residence to the tios
I-Im O QT a ln- as rt in hisw--ane. lbnr toyelr e A Dey elt pn tnles if you don't hear heighbt of 14 feet. will be made of ed
a 1 la *" A. *1 gitlant. al artist h lin rough native stone laid In mortar, old
FOR SALE-My home in first ward Besides *he vaudeville there will be just as they come from the forest Tyd
&-- Chamb I D Wmilrl sellchea if Soldat once. ?ai the usual supply of elegant illustra- and field. The effect s arlhtsti and as
There & (ha lhlb e Bank ""h '.IL.'" a o tions. notably, "Cupid's Four Darts," beautiful and a wall of this kind is thea
Bank or address Qo. 151 North Second which will Interest all, including everlasting. From the height of this his
H ,*tr, es tthose who haven't been able to dodge wall to the roof the walls will be cov- yea
the blind god when he had only one. ered with shingles and the effect will cott
.i ,, ,, , __Mra. R. A. Burford is expected be very pretty. The house will be a nor
A' ,' ^ whome Wednesday from New York. FINE HORSES AND MULES large one and will cost, independent he
where she spent two weeks delight- ___ of the barn, $1t2. or $14.W. The colo
S T A t WEATr ER FORECAST fully with her son, linsign Robert A. Mr. D. W. Tompkins has returned Woodmar Sand & Stone Co, Mesars. Wit
S- Burford. with a ear of horses and mules for Woodrow & Sheridan, proprietors. Just
r* Washingtonal, OctL 4.-Generally fair -------. the Tompkins & Cobb stables. They has the contract to do all the cement nea
Sweater except probably showers In are a very superior lot of animals and stone work. The work will prob- the
...u eth portes tonht or TueM ay. and they are going fast. Among the ably be done on the commission plan
"-u^ --l P t 11a Cml j .^ sales this morning were three head with a competent builder to superin-
.W !l~ I^ Fbley's, Hney sad Tar I eas the to Mr. Ed Carmichael. one to David tend the construction. Mr. Edwards
,' N^ 0y air paaes steps the IritattOe tiI I II 1 Stanley. BeUeview. and one to Mack will have a home. of which he can T


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*ptional advantages thtl am m
e. the styles are correct, the bCaes
re employed in the moaMg. We
ling the quality, strictly, and oer

est stylish flbrics and cata. Blf
er and straight trees. Boylt

for men are styish and mncfeD
adid line of hats and eaps or b

ne of neckwear than we are show-
efects to salt any taste.
rts for all lasses, both sma and
m which, you can make any aelee
llars and cuffs In all the styles
Ine. several priced and any style of
ed line of "No Tair" Baaiery.
t you want of new seasonable
a
* Journey, call and look at the Owe
aye in stock. Gloves, umbrenIa

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r. C. R. Tydings, one of our sue-
iful business' men and most pub-
spirited citizens, will besia at once
building of four small business
ses or stores on the- bl *c which
owns sa the mnth St e .f xposl-
M street. The stores wil-he locat-
on the hod now occupal by some
shacks and will face north. Dr.
lings has tenants for these stores
soon as they are completed and
y will return him good Interest on
investment The first of next
r he will build half a dozen neat
ages for colored tenants to the
th of these stores and near where
has a large tenement ooase for
red people. built some time since.
h the new Sunny Jim cottages,
t west of this property that are
ring completion, this 'section will
n be almost solidly built up.
HANDLE HOUSE FOR RENT
heo A. E. H& dl bheew% ema of te
at -av nvulst an bnet hailt o ewn*
lot and all esv- istos is an
me, leosted iM third ward now high
eel building, for ntor misl. Ap-
to David Woodr Holderd
Nk, Oea, Ft.
lis Emma Proctor, a trained
me of Jacksonville, who spent a
days with Mrs. Ben Borden, re-
aed home today. She came here
n Ga msville. where she had a
lent Mism Proctor formerly resd-
in Ocfla and Is a graduate of our
pital and has bee ver successful
her profession. Her sister. Miss
ry Proctor. Is also a nurse by pro-
lion, while her younger sister. Miss
ira Proctor, took a course in the
sey Business College and enjoys a
y acceptable position with the
ksonville Furniture Co.


ir. and Mrs. A. E. Delonest are
ne from their visit to friends In
itam. The chilly fall a*heplmere
t them back to Florida's genial
amte.
Ir. Arthur Wade of Martin M
s Artye Mildred Marlow will ave
ut the 1th to take a cou-se Is
me's Business College, Jaellim-
e. Miss Marlow wll pefeet-.~u.-
in stenography and ookke .
goodmen meet Friday edanng.-*
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Te the psmrebasta, the prsleals--l apd suec-es al men aud women of
ety. Uthe farmers of the surroelg territory.
We Accommodate all Hdam. Our cstmer. represent them s ad
womes who have bMilt sma are t blldtas seesmsful enteprises.
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Cu AM MV. .
CHArmBXIv.
WHEN Mrs. Brooks found
herself alone in the street
she walked along meehan
eally, stunned by what
had Jut occurred. Her heart seemed
to be pressed down by a weight, and
her breath came painfully throMh her
emntacted throat. he could not be-
Ieve that what she had gone through
wu ral, the thing was so mon.
stra, so utterly Inconceivable. Her
husband, Joe, for love of whom she
had given up a life of ease, for whom
ashe had borne cheerfully the trials of
poverty. In whom she had placed her
entire faith, thls man, to whom she
had yielded herself trustingly, In
whom, up to that hour, she bad be-
lieaved as the soul of honor, had stood
exposed as a thief and a liar.
To save himself from the Impendizf
punishment of his dishonesty he was
willing to trade the honor of his wife:
To maintain himself In the material
ease that his thieving bad brought
them for a few brief weeks he wanted
her to prostitute herself for money-
had entreated and threatened in his
efforts to force her to do this thing:
And she, driven to desperation, had let
him arrange a rendezvous for her with
Captain Wilams In the latter's rooms'
8he stopped and leaned against a
wall for support. A violent trembling
had selsed her, and the street lighted
were whirling about her.
"My Godr" she groaned. "What shall
I do? What shall I dor
The It of faintness passed off, and
she was able to collect her thoughts
and consider the best course of action.
When she had undertaken to call on
Captain Williams at that hour it was
with no thought of lending herself to
her husband's hideous pln. In a
vague, hopeless way she had resolved
to beg mercy for him, to see If there
was not some manner In which atone-
ment and restitution could be made.
Now sha was afraid. It she went to
him, how could she approach him-
what could she say? What would be
think of her coming to his rooms, at
alght too? He would think, and under
'the elrcuntan naturally think, only
one thing. And she would be complete-
ly to the power of this colossus, this
ore whom she secretly feared and de.
tested, who so often had %eered his
unwelcome admiration of her when she
was powerless to resent It.
Her Impulse was to turn from the
ordeal and fly from her husband, leave.
lag him to the fate he merited. She
could go to her mothers home and
await her return from the theater. She
would at least find a refuge there. But
to the morning would come the public
epiaurm and disgrace. No; she must
make the efort, whatever the cost,
whatever the amerife.
Ten minute later she was knocking
at Capsain Wllams' apartment.
* The door swung open. and the cap-
tat stood before her.
"Come right In, Mrs. Brooks," he in-
vited. "Ive been waiting for you."
"I was delayed a little," she said
timidly.
"Your husband telephoned that you
werecomlin."
"Ye--I know."
The worde came falteringly, and she
stood, knowing not what to say or
what to do.
*"Dl you meet Smith?" he Inquired.
"aSmlth?"
"Your friend Jimsy. He Just left."
"No. Why?"
"Must have passed you In the ele-
vator. It does not matter. Won't you
sit down"
8be took the chair he advanced for
her close to the table.
"You must excuse the looks of these
quarters," he went on. "I am an old
bachelor, you know, and my Jap valet


Bluefield, W. Va., Oct 3.-The wife
of Howard Little, held charged with
the murder of the Meadows family of
six persons, all of whose bodies ex-
cept one were afterwards burned with
their home by the murderer, has con-
fessed. Next day she washed his
bloody clothes. She says that Little
left home early on the night of the
murderer, returning next morning,
his clothing torn and bloody. He
threatened her with death ift she di-
vulged his condition, when he re-
turned. His wife also saw him count-
Ing money next day which the police
say was stolen from the Meadows'
home.



PILES
"I have au#ed with ies r Ukty-

-se O o ak Id x Apdor I G -
Weeip ;WY an umbam a I a
cwaees thae dome ,M a, ism i am L
m emtily cured sd ad lihe a am
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lkUle, k.3 Neser sold in bulk. The
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C. IL Kluger, the Jeweler, 1tS Vir-
ginla avenue, Indianapolis, Itdla&a.
write: "I was so weak -from kidney
trouble that I could hardly walk a
hundred feet' L E f'totles of Foley's
Kidney Remedy elared my complex-
on. cured h and the Irre-
gularities dln and I can now
attend to bbstm-K every day and
recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy to
all sufferers as t cured me after the
doctors and other remedies had fail-
ed." Sold by all druggists.
NOTICE OF bALE
Notice Is hereby given that on
Thursday, Octabes 7, 1S,
the following goods of the personal
estate of H.L J. Watkins will be sold
in front of Judge Barksdale'sa store In
Dunnellon to the highest bidder:
1 rifle. .38 caliber. Winchester.
2 shotguns, double-barreled.


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everytaM I ever waMn e to Kee Rmm
the wheel oet mf It schmer dew to
spears om head heater There's
model of boats and a lot o stuff.
You sme I cQl this my maa cabin-
sort oa grand sabl. Over there I
bunk with my crew. justme Jap, and
the galey's to the rear. In them
rooms ate ets my break steals
my loose ebange and les moat of the
time. Got another room over there.
Beldom use that; got It fixed up miee
and diilid. Guess that's why I
ainat fteeln eaortable If I try -."
Theme details were ot no Interest to
Mrs. Braes, wa desd only to berg
the interview to an end as speedWly as
ponsl.
S"1 came right up-asked the elevator
boy. Perhaps I should have asked at
the office she sad.
"Not at all," he answered, tn a man-
ner Intended to be reassuring. "I
have my own way In this place. I
got the money to pay for what I want.
and there ain't no ae Es this hotel
asking me any fW,' 'awd or 'but.'"
"No one knew ma. I didn't care that
-they should hear my name."
"It's nobody's boasm. What rm
entitled to, I'm Mtlled uand so loar
as I pay the meMsy mo else can
Interfere with the way I n my ship."
"Still, a woman--at this hoou
"Makes no dM renc althmu f you
are the ra&t lady to call on me. a% t
or day."
"You mean that no woman ha ever
been In here before?"
"I said the *Mst lady.'"
(Continued Wednesday)
OASIS 1 DRIED UP
McMinnville, Tenn., Oct. 3.-,ews1
was received here late yesterday aft-
ernoon that Tennessee's only saloon.
known as the "Oasis," and situated
at the top of a mountain near here,
was destroyed by fire yesterday morn-
Ing. The "Oasis" was run In accord-
ance with the law. which designates
that no saloon should be operated
within a radius of four miles of a
school. The proprietor of the place
rented all of the ground for a dis-
tance of a little more than four miles
all around the spot and established
his saloon. which did a very thriving
trade. He will open it up in a tent
until the building can be put up
again.

To oversee theI wellpOMadl .-a
reasonable objections of the mo-e lamtl
Ilgent to the use of secret, medclnal esae
pounds ODr. I V. Pierce, of Buffal.o N.
Y s time ao, decdd to aMka aold'
departure from the usual comer pned
by the makm of put-up medciss for do-
mes use, a so has Mpbshed broad-
east ad o y to he world, a full
afterai nfibeepoUoof his widely
hmiisn& Thus he Wa o tal
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wherever .he ated t t
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b rlester. to DrI. V. iY
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al roots of great va stle ao that M of
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A PORTRAIT ARTIST
Mr. P. 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
No. 10 Port King avenue with Messrs.
Parranore 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 hbaa on exhibition several
finely executed oil paintings, which
are open for Inspection.
A SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER
F*llewing President Taft witk Cam-
era and Revolver
Portland. Oregon, Oct L.-As Pres-
ident Taft was leaving the hotel yes-
terday. a man making an effort to get
in the front rank of spectators, was
arrested. He carried a cemera and
when searched, a revolver and extra
ammunition was found on him.
He gave his name as Wright, and
his home as LowellU, Mass. He said
he was on a trip through the W st. It
is not believed that he Intended
harming the president, but he is held
pending an Investigation.
In the morning the president re-
viewed the living .flag of twenty
thousand school children. As Presl-
dent Taft approached the children
broke In a loud cheer for him. Then
they drilled forming the letters
T-A-P-T. When. the drill ended, the
president addressed them briefly. He
arrived here this morning.
"I'D RATHER DIE, DOCTOR,
than have my feet ut. off" said L.
BIngham, of Vtlle, IlL "But
you'll die from .(which had
eaten away eit/ if tyou don't."
said all doctors. he used
Bucklen's Arnaibt e tIl wholly
cured. Its cures of ecSemm, fever
sores, bolls, burns and piles astound
the world. 25c. at all druggists.
LYNCHING AT MULWERRY
Mulberry, Oct. 3.-Israel Willna.s.
the negro who was arrested as an ac-
complice in the murderous assault
made on M. S. Reid, a foreman at the
works of the Prairie Pebble Phou-
phate Co.. was taken from the Jail
here last night b a mob of four or
five hundred men and strung up to the
nearest telegraph pole.
The body was found there yester-
day morning, literally riddled with
bullets. It was lowered and turned
over to friends and relatives for
burial.
Foreman Reid. the white man who
was so seriously stabbed. Is still alive
and strong hopes are now entertain-
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