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 11, 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: VID03294
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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This terrible calamity often hap-
pens because a careless boatman Ig-
nores the river's warnIngsgrowng
ripples and taster current. Nature's
warnings are kind. The dull pain or
ache In the back warns you the kid-
eys need attention If you would es-
cape fatal maladlee-dropsy, diabetes
or Brght's disease. Take Electric
Bitte at onme and see backahe fly
sad all your best feelings return. "Af-
ter long ouffering from weak kidneys
and lam back, me $1 bottle wholly
cured me," writes J. Mankenshlp
ofBeflk, Teona. Only M. a bottle stall

WU WANTS WIN"
Chimse Minster WouldM Li to RIds
I nn Aerplane
Colege Park. Md., Oct. 11.-After
breaking the world's record for flight
over a closed circuit a kilometer in
distance, Wilbur Wright predicted
yesterday that he could.attain a speed
'of sixty to seventy miles an hour ain an
aeroplane racer. He bad Just torn
through the air In the government
aeroplane at a rate of approximately
forty-six miles aa hour, making a
new record of a -1 seconds for the
fifty-eight meters and return, Includ-
ing trnm.
Having delved Into moot other In-
ventloss, Minister Wu Ting Flng of
China, saw his first aeroplane flight
yesterday, and absorbed all the Intfoer-
nation obtainable from a rapid fire of
questions directed at Mr. Wright and
offers at the government teroplane
shed.
It was the engine that puzzled the
minister most "Where's the fire?" he
Inquired. He was told something
about Internal combustion engines.
The minister said he would feel sor-
ry for anyone who might get sick In
one. That led to his assertion that he
Is proof against sea sickness and
would like to ride in an aeroplane
himself.
1OTNM OYv SAVED
Loeus Boo a leading merchant of
Norway, Mich. write: "Three bottles
o Foley's Honey and Tar absoiytel
cured my boy of a severe cough, and
a neighbor's boy, who was so I11 with
a cold that the doctors gave him up.
was cued by taking Foley's Honey
and Tar." Nothing else is as safe
&ad certain of results. Sold by all

CUSAN PAPERS XCLUDn"


Tampa, la., Oct. l.-It baoeme
known yesterday that the United
States government has instructed the
- I- -flm- Aft dholv


Fta., Oct. 11.-A company of
eminole Indians have arrived
. from Oklahoma for the pur-
vangelising the Seminoles in
glades. They expect to re-
his section two months. All
dressed and speak English
The Everglades Indians
n notified and are taking a
rest nl the movement.
IES CANNOT BE CURED
appli'tiw. as they cannot
diseased portion of the ear.
only one way to caur desf-
A that is by oaalMt l
Deaftess Is caused by sa
oemdition of the mucous Utn-
e Eustachian Tube. When
Ss Inflamed you have a
mound of Imperfect bearing,
a It is entirely closed, deaf-
he result, and unless the in-
u can be taken out and this
ored to Its normal conditem,
will be destroyed forever;
s out of ten are caused by
which is nothing but an in-
nditlon of the mucous sur-
1 give One Hundred Dollars
ase of deafness (caused by
that cannot be emare by
tarrh Cure. Sead for c r-
ie. F. J. Cbeney & Co., To-
o. Sold by druggists, 75.
lIs Family Pills for constl-

WILL RETIRE
FROM PUBLIC LIFE
ork, Oct. 11.-As has been
for several days,. William
Jerome has issued a state-
mallj withdrawing froo/the
re-election as distrijkattor-
an Independen ,ckeL His
t says:
saf reflection It seems to
lt no longer to continue as a
for re-election to the office
ct attorney of New York
nd I have today filed my de-
of nomination as a candi-
that office."
READ THIS:
on, FIa.. Sept. 1st, 1909.-I
I Hairs Texas Wonder of St.
., for six years. Every hot-
adds a customer for It It is
e cure for kidney, bladder and
c troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,
t gO day's treatment In each

)TOGRAPHS WANTED
person who has a specially
to of a flock of chickens, ani-


als or farm crops is requested to
send same at once to the office of S.
T. Sistrunk. Ocala. for use in illus-
trating a booklet descriptive of Mar-
ion county which will soon be issued
by the county' commissioners. Any
good agricultural scene will be con-
sidered. Prompt action is requested.
FISH AND OYSTERS
Fresh salt and fresh water fish, In-
side and outside oysters, shrimp, etc.
received every day. Temporary lo-
cation south of west end of the city
market building in small wooden
building. William Tucker, Phone 219.
*KILLED PAINTING
I am prepared to take any Job of
painting, so matter how large or how
small, or how ine the work desired
may be. I have the material, brushes
and knowledge to paint and do 1i
right. Houses painted side and out
rOtrainng, gilding. hard oil finishing
varnishing and lettering and reign
paIting. Taste and skill guaranteed
Address P. 0. Box 13. or leave word
at the Star office. K. W. FIllyaw.
Ocals. Fla. t

"I'D RATHER ltb, DOCTOR,
than have my feet cut off," said 1k. L.
Bingham. qf Princeville, Ill. "But
you'll die from gangrene (which had
eaten away eight toes) If you don't,"
said all doctors. Instead he used
Bucklen's Arnica Salve till wholly
cured. Its cures of eczema, fever
sores, bolls, barns and piles astound
the world. 26e. at all druggists.

HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE
For sale, eneap for cash. the black
mare formerly owned by Major 'Ilar.
Aix-months old colt and rubber-tired
buggy. Write to or call on C. L. An-
derson, care Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company.


AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE


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

It Is In time of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's iniment
can be relied upao to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot al-
ways be found at the moment Then
It is that Chamberlain's Liniment is
never found wanting. In cases of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the
soreness and drives away the pain.
a ete. W. ItWarse the NMew Ynrk


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Democratic Candidate fr Mayr of
New York Depends o his abesrd
to Eldt Him
New York, Oct. 11-Justice Gaynor's
principal contributions to the cam-
campaign Saturday was an announce-
ment that he had decided not to use
a dollar in advocating his candidacy.
and would return all gifts of money
proffered to him for campaign pur-
poses.
In a letter to Schuyler Parsons, pres-
ident of the Coney bland Jockey Club,
who sent M5, Justice Gaynor said:
"I have been constrained by de-
maNd. from aS arts of the city to
run for mayor. I did not ask to run.
And now if my life work for good
government and to destroy low and
corrupt government, and those en-
gaged In It, it not sufficient to elect
me. I do not care to be elected, and I
shall .be entirely content.
"You see the base lot who are al-
ready barking and lying at my beets.
I expect the opposition of every
scoundrel, but I am ready to meet
them all and go down If the people
are content to let them put me down."
GEORGIA FACES DEFICIT
Atlanta, Ga., Oct 11.-The state of
Georgia will face a deficit of $738,-
566.50 on January 1. 1910. according
to a report on the condition of the
state treasury which has Just been
made to Gov. Brown.
-In making public the report the
goveftor advocated a constitutional.
amendment that would permit the Is-
suance of $600,000 bonds to place the
state on its financial feet.


IAn fti to e bool x feiai
pgroad. t many damewosWme call
their faulty physliesa s,1erIng1 as they
Imagine, one from dyspepia, another f t
heart disease, noet bror UTver or kU-
mey diseau% a k from h rvo pro
ration, another with pain hen aai
and hn this way they pumset aliM to
themselves sad their easy-gra or over-
busy doctor, separate diassior which
be, assuui them to be s m p cribm e

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that 'a disease known Is ha cur.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prsecrptla hb a
.cien Uic meddne, eaMnfuy devised by
an experenced and skillfal hysicIa,
and dant"d to woman's dUlica s
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" rit Preeprldtlos n pa s strength to
e whole systemand to t ors dl
tinetly feminlne in particularw over
worked. woarnimt." rudown." debWS.
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General Practice Cars Made Prempdy
I Night or Day

Special Attention to Obstetrics, Di-
seases of Women and Childrenm
Offiee: Rooms 2-22 Holder Building
Second Floor; Phones, Office No. 333;
residence. No. 333.
OCALA. FLORIDA


ICE! ICE!


By Ice FrM lE WAPs

They say, but if you will examine
carefully the Ice which melts so rap-
fly you will note that there seems to
be boles in it, that the center is what
Is called "snow ice," which, being por-
ous. allows It to melt quickly.

*Cystal Ice"
The kind we turn out is as clear
and perfect as It Is possible to make
ice, and is the most economical Ice
to use. Ask the man on the Bed
Wagon to stop and see 'yeq.

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Ban Frfancseo Oct. 10-Lord North- the Ever
Ie. n, glish publisher and Mr. BI. ma la, t
editor of the London Times, o are well
were in the city this week, exprehsd perfectly.
the belief ihat war between aget have bee
Dritain amd Germany Is certain to deep inte
S-The facts are plain," Lord North. DEAPH
dlme said. "We know that Gerumay b loeal
has decided to disaeums her vast arm eFh ,
ets. We know that all of her sI- 1ee is
bMIdin yards are engaged in naval iao and
s1 rs WoFow tftffi he ha s
sotrctlen af
Ad a-Mi are w alslt ac and dd
amd that some eto her leading states- Ig a ta
am and writers aske so secret of to taue
ber Inteetleo. We knew that she has rumblag
Previous ocaos made unpro- sad whe
voted attacks on other nations, and asse is t
we know that the vesels she Is Nq-wMtil
a are desired either for co-* te r
destroying purposes of for use hebinrt
to ho-me Waters.amca
Emperor's Delfatien Catarrb,
"We have, the German emperor's famed Cl
de"'*Mtlom that German's future is tfees.
on the water. We have the fact that We wi
the population of Germany must have for aR a
n outlet and her industries new catarrh)
markets, and that the most likely feld Hals' Ca
is is places where the British Nag euMlrs fr
Goats. I fear that any opition Is fool- led, Ohi
_Mh Take Ha
"Much has been saM about a war nation.
scare IN England There Is not enough
of a war scare there. Conditions JEROME
which confront Oteat Britain are omi-
0ous, sad It Is to be deplored that we
are not better prepared." New T
"I do noet think there is any doubt," tpredct
rM Mr. Bell, "that there will be a Travers j
war between Germany and Great Bri- ment forn
tain before long. The situation is very race for
mu5h as a P rem writes pictured that ney on
between Germany and France before statement
the Franco-German war when he a -"After
the two countries were like two rail- I,-Lzg
road trains together n a single te
War Not Imi -dlato- of distrie
"Unless something ree which county, a
makes It advisable Germany's opin- clination
lon to provoke a r with England. It date for t
Is probable Germany will delay
th" eofle or a few years until her
navy J*koportlongtely stronger than Dunnell
at present. And it this connection, It have sold
tI sipglficant that the German battle- Louis, M<
ships are being built with very small tie I sell
coal capacity. As Germany has few a genuine
coaling stations It Is evident that the rheumatk
German strategists contemplate a Merchant
strugRle at close quarters, in other bottle.
words, that the contest will take place
In the English Channel In a desperate PHO
effort to land a German army on Eng-
lish soil under cover of the German Any pe
leet." good photo


time subject itself is two hundred
and fifty thousand dollars.
VII.
The names and residences of the
subscribers, and the amount sub-
scribed by each, are as follows:
H. L. Anderson Jacksonville, Flor-
ida. 450 shares.
J. J. Fort, Ocala. Florida. 5 shares.
H. M. Hampton, Ocala, Florida, 26
shares.
In witness whereof, the incorpora-
tors have hereunto set their hands
and affixed their seals this the ninth
day of October. A. D. 19l.
H. L& Anderson, (seal)
J. J. Fort. (seal)
H. M. Hampton. (seal)
State of Florida,
County of Marion.


Personally appeared before me, the
undersigned authority. H. L Ander-
son. J. J. Fort and I. M. Hampton,
each of whom are well know to me to
be the parties described in and who
executed the foregoing articles of In-
corporation and proposed charter,
and each acknowledged the execution
of the same for the uses and purposes
therein met farth and e.nrmensd.


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I HURRY FOR THE SPOILS
Inadeped~ and Repu ddem Cm.
bhm to Wrest Ctabel of New
Yeak frem Tammemy
New York. Oct. I.-With Wmhnm
Randolph Hearsa name a addtimal
asset to the repubMiea feoe debto.
New York's amule-al ca--pat- ha
shaped itself deafltely for a gSt to
oust Tammany Hail tetrol of the city
finances. Both Hearst and- OMe T.
Bannard. the republican faton ase-
inee. say that their electlm Is a mat-
ter of secondary ,.-,,mjl soeIs
as the remainder of the fae titkit
wins out, for this wil mean Tam-
many's defeat Ia the board of estU-
mate. which control the parse strt
of the greater city,, and is a mediu
through which economy or estrav-
agance may be exercised regardless
of the mayor. ,

WORDS TO FREE THE SOUL
"Your se has coes ptlom. His
case is hopeless." Thee appalaug
words were spoke to Geo Blev-
es, a leading merchant t Sprig-'
field, N. C., by two expert doctors-
one a lung specialist. Then was
shown the wonderful power of Dr.
King's New Discovery. "After three
weeks use," writea Mr. Bleveas, "be
was as well as ever. I would not
take all the money In the world for
what it did for my boy." Infallble for
coughs and colds, its the safest, sr-
est cure of desperate lung dseaees ea
earth. See. and $1 at all drIsggt.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
And Praposed Charter of Ocala De-

The undesigned in and pro-
posing to organize rporation un-
der the general la t the state of
Florida relating to corporations for
profit, hereby make and publish the
following articles of incorporatlom
and proposed charter:
The name of the corporation shall
be Ocala Development Company and
its principal place of business shall
be at Ocala, In Marion county, Florida.
IL
The general nature of business to
be transacted is. To acquire, buy, own,
lease, sell and encumber real estate
and Interests therein; to issue bonds
and other evidences of indebtedness;
to buy. acquire and own personal
property incident to its business, and
buy and sell securities; to construct
houses, buildings and other struc-
tures; to act as agent and trustee for
others in the Investment of moneys
In real estate and personal property,
and deal generally in real estate, per-
sonal property, stocks, bonds and
mortgages, and do and perform suck
other business as Is incident to the
purposes of this charter and not In-
consistent with the laws of the state
of Florida.
The amount of capital stock author-
ized is the sum of fifty thousand ol-
larsK which will be divided into five
hundred shares of the par value of
one hundred dollars each, which will
be paid in by conveyance to the cor-
poration of certain real estate and
personal property owned by the In-
corporators., the Just and true valua-
tion of which is hereby fixed by the
incorporators at the sum of fifty
thousand dollars; and when said
stock is issued it shall be fully paid
and non-assessable. .
IV.
The corporation shall exist for a
term of fifty years.
V.
The business of the company shall
be conducted by the following named
officers, to-wit: A present, a vice
president, and a secretary and treas-
urer, which last named otces may
be held by the same person, and by a
board of not less than three directors,
which said officers shall be elected at
the annual meeting of the stock
holders and directors to be held at
Ocala, Florida, on the first Tuesday
in December of each year. The names
of the officers who will conduct the
business of the company until those
elected at the first election shall be
qualified are. H. L. Anderson, presi-
dent; J. J. Fort. vice president and
H. M. Hampton. secretary and treas-
urer.
VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which the corporation can at any


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J S S B anbt, Johu V. Burton, it is alleged, at- bur ned
--as the- St the eamtfcMa rli Beat dentistrtb shooting through a
d5 V a i e ber dSi bern for at window Into his office. The shot
..q yr-n^1 wim ag give ^ a missed Dr. Noble and hit a patient In- We
V 0mb lb SS ~t he us's. V li- ulde resulting I hi death. The trou- Spring
.inSM i t r t ^ b4 I, alleged to havre occurred over, Hon.
lan who is now alleged to be an In- ton. (
STarn inueI@A'rlo M LV mate at a resort In this city. Burton where
The alleged to be a prominent political home
so debs as t 0. are ,a the friend of John N. Stockton. who. Spring
S State s r Attorney Phllitps alleged, put wadmm
f -Muin r 0X1-k up the motey to defray the expenses Jr, wi


as" ( ) me ,mlag at Of Burtatle attorney fees. at th
I O. w a wI have ppor-term;
.- .....m in the he- Your ee~ anoys you. Keep on the U
i es. m irais tha tbacklag and tearing the delicate was f
g iuv 1 M fo ie aty, a" It emmbeanes of your throat if you want the SI
O T i1UM S4tW bdegue as sfeom to be ansoyed. But Ift you want re- ski. W
&lm M W0 iWO s. boo agaba. The lti. want to b cured, take Chamber- sistant
bmiiNWI thM leM V Sthe IWs Cough Remedy. Wiley
gath__l e___itt_ quarter
Is va Mew. Spri-
IPM-Malose a
of Mr,
ista a
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vW*. S ~ftempiat VSlim- years
m has ta
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MR On Mod 'Gft 4C m60staf ciple
,m Nwy*antheu bmltv cthe of the
Kealw Staw sad the p4
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e.mio6 9t the Vaersit whkh
... ,t sd stats hih mail ia- of his
A it U wb ae a natwead ad Durinla
iam&i bUst aesu me b ha ats law so
11414 VW "t-honore
tion fo
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GRAVEN IN GRANITE
The Deeds of the Vieters of Olustee
Will Stand to Impress Future

(Times-Union)
The Reed P. LaMance company, a
marble firm of this city, is at present
actively engaged In collecting the
necessary material for the beautiful
Olustee monument, which will be
erected within the next few months
on the site of one of the most famous
battlefields in the state of Florida.
The monument will be the largest
ever erected in this state, and will
serve as a permanent shaft of honor
of the battle of the soldiers who
fought in it.
The monument will be located two
miles south of Olustee station, on the
Seaboard Air Line between this city
and Lake City, and on the exact site
of where one of the hottest fights In
this state occurred and was located
by a careful Inspection of the battle-
field by old veterans who well remem-
bered It. Bullets have been taken
from the trees In that vicinity, and it
is understood that the fire at the spot
was very heavy.
The movement of erecting a fitting
monument to commemorate the his-
toric old battlefield was first taken up
on the suggestion of Mrs. J. N. Whit-
ner of the Martha Reid Chapter of
this city. and at once met with gen-
eral approval. A fund was at once
raised among the Daughters of the,
Confederacy and also by the veterans
themselves. At the last session of the
legislature a bill was passed appro-
priating a handsome sum for the work
with a proviso that the governor
would appoint a commission of five
persons to receive the money and look
after the work in general. The com-
mission appointed by the governor is
as follows: Gen. E. M. Law, Bartow,
chairman; Hon. D. U. Fletcher, Jack-
sonville, secretary and treasurer; Mrs.
Roselle C. Cooley, chairman on loca-
tion and contract; Mrs. H. H. Mc-
Creary. Gainesville, and Gen. Wittich.
of Persacola, and it will be at once
seen that the commission was select-
ed with foresight.
The monument is to be built of light
gray Georgia granite and will stand
about forty feet high, with a base of
about fifteen feet square, surround-d
by granolithic pavement. An Iron
rail forty feet square will be con-
structed around the structure, and
beautiful approaches will be made.
with landscape gardening to set off
the structure In the best possible
manner. The purchasing price of the
monument will amount to $5.000.


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out 15 Pianos to offer at these figures. Every Piano


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Marion County to need an introduction.


Grade Organs from $5 to $75; $1 Cash and 50 cents


i with us again and will make Ocala his home. We

pacity as a tuner is the best we have ever had the


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HOOTING AT EDENFIELD
Times Filled Dr. Skipworth
Half Full of Lead
nell, Oct. 19-After having been
lied to get on his knees in
y for certain remarks which he
red to have made about Dr. J. L.
orth. H. J. Thomas, a well known
* who resides near Edenfield yes-
shot and seriously wounded
north In a store at Edenfleld.
as followed Skipworth down the
for a short distance, and then
to him. When Skipworth turn-
omas fired with his shotgun.
Sklpworth was shot through the
arm and chest, sustaining se-
internal Injuries. Dr. Noble,
as. called, recommended that
north be sent to Ocala for treat-
n a hospitaL Dr. Skipworth left
cala on the midnight Seaboard
s. It is feared that his life is
ened by Internal hemorrhage.

trouble Is alleged to have oc-
t over a debt of $27 which Thorn-
alleged to have owed Dr. Skip-
Bad feeling resulted on both
leading to the alleged abuse of
ipworth by Thomas and the sub-
it tragedy after Dr. Skipworth
ded an apology. Thomas had
to Edenfleld for the purpose of
using supplies. He was arrested
lately after the shooting.
HON. W. K. ZEWADSKI
clip the following from the
field, Ill., Register of Oct. 7:
.* W. K. Zewadski leaves to-
w with his wife and youngest
)laf Zewadskl, for Ocalas, F..
they will make their future
and from whence they came to
field in July, 1906. Mr. Ze-
i has three other sons, W. K.,,
ho completes his study of law
University of Michigan this
Clarence, who Is also attending
university of Michigan and who
or two years a carrier boy for
tate Register, and Guy Zewad-"
'ho Is private secretary to As-
t General Freight Agent W. H.
of the Wabash, with head-"
ers in SL Louis.
ngfleld and the state of Illinois
valued citizen In the departure
. Zewadski from this city. He
man of sincerity, earnestness,
and power. During the three
of residence In Springfield he
ken an active part In the polltl-
d church life of the community.
is a member of the First M. E.
h. In politics he was a demo-
He loved the fundamental prin-
of demoeracy-the advancement
moral and material welfare of
people. He entered Into political
ts with a vigor and enthusiasm
won him a place In the hearts
i many friends and assocIates.
g his stay here he has practiced
ecessfully. ,Last spring he was
ed with the democratic nomina-
or city attorney. In Florida he
elected to the legislature three
ntive terms and was nreconlied


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In dealing with us is that anything yes boy yeu i e
Quality.. It is oer intention that every itemse m ...P* . -
if at any time you get anytiOg that Mdesm@. eNt h-
tions, we want you to send at Tbach. TM is u a i- .
bu*o. s i"Of th- 'o "'., i "'* ,t- to a*s-
first-class gr9iowy sm qim 3


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Are one of the QUALITY goeed that ,we handle d r*Wm-p i 'p
pie who want the best. -:; st "s a -
LIMA BEANS, STRINGLESS .4AN1 PEAB, COWm 4KA-AIW TWUA. I .
TOES, SPINACH, RHUBARB, CAULIFLOWER, SUCCU^AN -ASPA. "
GUS, ASPARAGUS TIPS, G-ATED AND SLICED IAPI L- C- .
RIES, PEACHES, APRICOTS, SHRIMP, SALMON, LOU-T i Ut4 .
ROOMS AND MANY O!TERS. ;s : as : .. ,

WHITE ROSE PROMTS SUIT TIE .AU

This fall we expect to have a more complete stock thei ever. We .
adding to our stock f good things to eat, and It mak It easier fr . '


customers to select something to have for a change. We an eagerly wa .
ing for a chance to serve you. and If We ever have the pe re i .t;ya :. ,
so. will do our best to plesfa you. Give us a trial fr M da6 s alyhew. -, : "b.
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HARVEY CLARK, Psopretor
SUCCESOR.-TO CLARK BROLS
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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
L "RETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLOVDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the Sisters of 1St. JoeeA. Tof
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physica Inatel-
lectual, Moral and Social Lines, Healthy Loeation. Magnplcent Swimm~sir
Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoolrooms, Dormiteore, Dilatg Hal a" M
Recreation Roon.a.
Arply for Prospectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
St. Joseph's Academy, oretto, Florida
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T y. -- The Loyal Temperance Legion load of hogs for the Ocala market armed. ply to Star of-_e. -- ---,
TVe-tA *O-t ert, who has made a held a fudge party at Mrs. G. W. Mar- The man was armed with a splendid to Mr. Cordero, night opeater d i
_w_ mt mua Seeuse singing on the vau- tin's Friday from 4 to IL They follow. FOR RBNT-A cottage near prI- weapon, a Smith & Wesson special Pall colds are quickly cured by Po- ticket agat at the ee Air m e
Idetl I- he a new song, 'Marie, ed the old rule of business before mary school building. Apply to W. L. and had an ample supply of cartridges. ley's Honey and Tar, the great throat depot,wa bruised yey
wH:1a *is iAMMht a pronounced hit. pleasure and held their regular bus- Colbert at tax collector's office. He was wounded in the thigh, groins and lung remedy. The genuine con- teroMs a a runway. had b
Te -nday World has arranged to Iness meeting first. This was con- and heel. but none of the wounds are tains no harmful drugs. Sold by all ot i with young a re
-amh the words and music of ducted by Mrs. Martin, the state sup- The best p skage of paper, li1on thought to be serious. He was brought druggists. having ft at her hm was ik- ,
*Marie next iunday for the benefit erintendent. Each one present read a eloth gise, 5 e nte per peund, and to Ocala and placed in JaiL Mr. Gallo- Ing the hore to te stale. Oe of w
of Its readers and you will miss a verse of scripture which was followed onvoelepe to metel at Osal News Co. way. his deputies and the prisoner NWOODMAR--FOR RENT the shafts cam looe ad dropeis to -
eant K. yen full to get it. There will by prayer by Rev. R. H. Barnett, ask. coming in on the southbound Seaboard -. the grund Thi frihte the hMr
s be a page of pictures In colors of Ing for Divine guidance in the work Holeproof Sox for men. guaranteed train. GOODWIN BUNGALOW-fPmish- and the aml tartd to run.. Mr.
stao hen.tlea- and a special blessing on each of the for six months without holes, at Mr. Galloway and his deputies are to ed; modern plumbing; running wat r: Cordero was endeavoring to stop bMm t~
v young workers who are beginning so FIshers. be warmly congratulated upon their acetylene gas. $1 per week. and was paa standing up. The f
10101 TO RENT soon -to Interest themselves In the good work In gathering In this bad AROTLB COTTAGB-Fl ishe~~d; buggy drawn unequally, swyed from
-' temperance cause. Mrs. Washburn If you want a good lead pencil buy character and without the loss of any running water. $S per week. side to side and a the horse made
INm to rent for eight housekeep- was then asked to read the Aim of ene Of Gerig's Best. Sc. at the Post- lives. BLAIR VILLA-To rent on Otobe qlek lunge. Mr. Cordero was throw
'| or lodging. All convenienets, the I T. IU Rev. Barnett next ex- office Drugstore. A telephone message this morning 1. for the winter; furnidshedb: g out. e is bruised all over ad-wfl be
aen In. Apply to Star offie.s planed very clearly the meaning of from Jacksonville stated that Mr. Me- water; modern plumbing; actylee unab to work ar several d
.-. the pledge that the children were Holeproof Hose for ladies. "guaran- Leod was resting as well as could be gas. $$ per montl. foratd ses were brela th
About to sign. Several at them signed teed for six months without holes, at expected under the circumstances. David I. Woodrow,
It 'thereby becoming pledged am- Fishers. Holder Block. Oesis, DR. HOOD MOVS HIS OFFICE
bers. while some others preferred not JAKE HAS RETURNED Dr. Walter Hod as changed his Mr.
jul DIC to sign. but Joined as listed members, The sewing circle of the Baptist Mr. Jake Klein returned Saturday AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE oce n Ue Ton to bto Hoe f Oal
which allows them to attend the church met this afternoon at the afternoon from New York City where block. i
In meetings but they can either vote pleasant home of Miss Leafy Sylves- he has been for the past two months A 22-horsepower Buick touring car, a at
in. j t i l' nor bold office in the society. *These ter. having a good time, looking after entirely renewed In all its wearing A S U S A l.T
S~ lsted members are entitled to wear some real estate Investments made parts, newly painted and in fine shape. A negro Inan whie hbadlig a Mek the Ml
a badge of blue rbbon while the oth- Sergeo's Talcum Powder, large cans there several years ago and buying for sale cheap. Apply at the Star pf- of dynamite at Jullette this millegm. mm
4 i i S ims ers wear white ribbon Later they holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed goods for his big store. Jake did all flace. was terribly mutated by MB rnams- pahict
will have badges. Flower mission pure and fragrant The Court Phar- of these things well. He says the tare explos. wide grasped la his
**i s.- ~text cards war prepared by having macy. Hudson-Fulton celebration was some- We have a few boxes of exception- right hand. The hand ian wrist wm' ran
*u g THF WOL' the national emblem, the field daisy. thing to be remembered for a Ufe time. ally fine writing paper. Drop In and entirely blow of, the mesn s e-n i ppr
4*N attached to them by a tiny bow of Mr. Fred Allworth of Live Oak. with Mr. Klein says he has bought, without take a look at them. The Postoflico gone and a bole blown through the t ol
..._ lDA COWDO N Whte rii6, 6a" these served as his little son. is in the city for the day. exaggeration, the largest and In many Drugstore. of each shoulder and several aligr
: soueea09 s of the occasion. After the Mr. A. was formerly a citizen of respects the best stock of goods for wounds. It is not thought tie the
siit Age, busoiess meeting adjourned the fun Ocal. his fall and winter trade that he has For a cledr hsad, a stout heart and man can live.
:g' bean., for children are always ready ever carried. These goods have been strong mind, DeWItt's Ittle ary-
t. '" r candy and they certainly had FOR RENT-Dwelling furnished; coming in for some time and yet many Risers, gentle, safe, easy, pleasant lit- Mr. R. A. DetterIic of the Mam- 1
plenty ao this ecoIMon. electric lights, baths, and all modern others will be here within the week. tie pills. DeWltt's Chrbollsed Witch ma Barberahop, left Saturday lh fr IPted WV
SWe hope to se the attendance more conveniences. Gas stove in kitchen. Mr. Klein has a large store and It Hazel Salve is unequalled for any- Flint, MIeL. where he will spenll. -
""'""t s 01. e at the next gathering of Apply 19 Herbert street. References. takes a lot to fill It, but he is going to thing where a salve is needed, and is months with his family sn a eenm- .
the Layl Temperanee Legloners. -- be put to much trouble this time for especially good for piles. Sold by a pany them home. Mrs Detter8dh matM
The ebhldr~ present were: Annie Mrs. G. T. Maughs and niece, Miss space. He will tell about the goods druggists, daughter have been at Fist with te- ine/-
Peart LI ddo, Katberine Ivingston. Sarah Davis, have returned from later through the columns of the Star. atives for several musethe Mr. W ie iGabb
?-'- HCI Martha Kate and LAlse Rents, Americus, Ga., where they have been Brooks wil be in charge of the op hrmi
*,:, fiinwadv Marsi Bfea al, *n for an-i thime wltm.e Ielatiey- h MTBAyAA AAMBL ER CONMVICTED -. __-- aJ..,.am DeW we*smana sham -


TAYLOR In

Tailoring J .oW.. k l .5 nIL-n.rr. *

cannott he ,* O .,a tomorrow night. ise. to be dew e to a uft a prep- to it 33m0. You p a srl

:o .a par e .ji i gle meet Wednesday evening. erty over large portni s Florida DO sln for It than oth
Sp. U. of A. mnets Thursday night. peneOla. High grade Flor. B.-
with, a.... "y
Rebeka*s meet Friday evealn. ery pound of it gvzan a-
Tablets, pe ncil, inkr etcve at Fishe orths ehe be he ba hat a 4
Mrs. A. Z. Condon is IlL .cres F a m t Lr
wiMte wh..tdyon ofwDuenelon was w pWhee goldOex.


AT THE AIRs OmEn ,. t,, ,tAT THE AIR DOME
a iCaptain Jones, the railroad contrac- Mr. Frank F. Bailey, a comedis an of [U-
tor, was up today from Duasellone ae reputation, will be at the Air E
|ad i Look oer Fshes fise aad tn *Dome this evening. He Is very well e MIt S
V oLook ever Fishersve and ten-cent worth hearing and deserves a big C
Everybody admired the clear, good
Idpi c Mr.t J. N. Copeland Of Atlatais a pietres Saturday night, and all knew Aftt r-
guest of thoe Oca sBeas. the reason when they looked up and wOR S E H
saw that "Tuck" was running the ma- FORSLECHEAPam"
Bar a is In dishes and cooking chine himself. -- ald e sr atb l n
utensils at FishBers.Seo A dS(stle bastrdlag o ea Netle WU. (Stage is S bg V *
THE TIMES PATHF JINDING CAR the e s opposite J. sC e of ti liy. M mm
Mr. W. H. Waring of Madison is at nthe Jewish synagetue. Adtress leo fieid hue an
STlLsL.. the Mo-tesuma today. The Tampa Times* official pathfind- 180. city. this 10y who be
-" "" w tIng car, an R M. F. "30." arrived The silver tea at te primary som with te l a
adChildren reedy-made dresses, all Ocala at 1:50 this afternoon from building Saturday afternoon, hwash & go
l i K. YO* i hardte to sde at Pshers. Jacks.onville on the return trip a, y rn The i 2
NMr i. ha c "t ear contained L. D. Reagin of the very delightful affair. Ta a ca --
.. "' ._L Mr.-. F. Morrison of Lake Weir was Times, T. N. Henderson and B. M. canre oothe Te o'l ck t wit as NEgOyS tU
..- a get of the Montezuma yesterday. Reed. representing the E. X F. agency large and the te a netted the school
"'- -. t nMr. I Cook Of Gainesville Drug In Tampa, and S. C e. Wa shington of which wll be used tward sec ur- --- -
I yCu okee r gf Ge nsst on esm s the Tampa Automobile Club. -cabinets for the chir s bour. sMt .
gu m T AThe party left Tampa at 11:55 h la tacherai ts of the school. Misamr h "
Thursday, going via Klasimnmee, Or- Stve la r To ad WBndl. alma ae. .. _ly e tue
on South Third land, DeLand, Sanford, Daytona, St. Stevens aClark.v y lrgan all liu and "
Sre of Dr. Walter Hood. Augustine and on to Jacksonville. The a erthemselvese t rallyso
Party on the return trip left Jackson-. s a Porta w ere aas tl ty mi e.
K. Smith left today for a ville yesterday at 11:30. came ow by and Misses Mary Gte iath
ends In Nashville, Tenn. Baldwin, Starke (where the y spent the nwsom and B-ar PDavis. I 'asn Set e m
"Light green c night) Gainesville and OcahLaPesent
Light green tailored coat be- Mr. Reagin said the car did not miss ion long to be rel embered, be- e t th .pr a beaue jp.
Q C. 1" depot and Fort King. a stroke on the entire trip and a sides many of the patreas he lbade ,mm M a
Please return to Star office, wrench or pair of pliers were not tak- acquaintance th new a bare In M ack t b the
en out of the tool box on the entire' "r y Day. ret t t I .
-. -Palmer's Garland Cold Cream in 25c. run. All sorts of roads were struck thusaem wore malfe W them
and S6c. Jars at the Poetoffice Drug- Including a few good ones, but in COOK WANTED mS er oranheel as wall as
store. many places they are bad. large a
The party left here at 3 o'lock via A cook wanted for restaurant. Apply t f e
Miss Pauline Sullivan is home from Stoke's Perry, Inverness. Brooksville at Elk Cafe.- M I a
a visit to friends In Elkton, Ky. and on to Tampa over the western RBlabright glaed star lg pis t t a
route, having used the eastern route BIRD DOGS FOR SALE oppeaite the mecil D aMes l' -.
7-R R NT-A furnished residence on the up trip. The cat blaming the eating pect a this
Swell lo ted n first ward. Apply to way for the great free to all rn from young pointer pps for sale. Apply particular retty
"-F. W. Ditto. Tampa to Jacksonville and return, to Dr. H. C. Mills, Okawah avenue. wee al preeted t the m
--- _starting November 4th. t he sttar classes. -The 4t. w
Mr. John R. Dewey returned yester-e did9" m ma p te i
L aON iiday from a visit to Miami. ANOTHER PATHFINDING CAR. pl adpr Mt o a:
.. 3 0. 52. (. A. Use Palmer's Lotion after shaving. A big touring car containing four aptu
in .. .. --,66c. and $ bottles at the Postoffice passengers, making a Tampa to Jack- orim,
NJ In m U W Drugstore.- sonville trip In the interestof good r a,
roads, sent out by the Tampa Tribune. ayer.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall MacDavld left that city at 2 o'clock this morn- ]yMores 11 p"a-ar ^rM E R C A L DAe ita s udare the proud parents of a bouncing Ing and reached Ocala at 11 'clock to- M. Wo Mssae, ed aa O
S-MERRCIdAL BAN o- y s leaving at 12 for Jacks. lleog.e
;C -. . .. I The run from Tampa was an exceed- THE PIUMONAL iT t
If you want a good lead pencil buy ingly quick one. -. ti
OoALA L A. of Gere 's Best, Se. at the Post- That enters Into my practice is a Charactm r Bul Nim. UL
office Drugstore. BAD NEGRO CAUSES TROUBLE powerful factor to my 8pe0m. Beys. -n
.... .e___ I gi each patet m fr Re l ation, Trle a to Seve. am .
Messrs. D. B. and A. B. Kibler of A desperate negro employed about so al atttio n ad take as latease Irene Tempkl s.
In aDonnellon and Holder were in the city the mill of Barton & McLeod at Need- Interest In every case. Oecitats, My Cempay. D t
T E EI 1 II S today. more, four miles east of Citra. shot Optl is my aonat study: the Phmilps. r M
Mr. Marion McLeod in the stomach at ellevian of some uBnsual ye e- e* 9erclse, Gatlh rag, Mis a rw
SWANTE-A first-elass young Jer- 11 o'clock yesterday at close range feet my great pleaS re. Moore's class
I e "0ui.r- -ats ,the and sc ,ul men ad womes of sey cow giving milk. Apply to H. C. with a load of small shot. Sheriff DR. D. M. ONeZ. oe.a Mum oBameersa clas.
0 M of the surresad lawlg terrhg p*. Jones at the Ocala Bottling Works. Galloway was notified and Mr. Gallo- BtySight Spe@W,. Re Mitation, My r 0 Eat~hli "e
S. Ou r stam representthe m sad way with a deputy went to Citra on Osw. rs. Le tne'.
W> o Bave beult au4 are stn builaig meeamful etwrises. Mr. J. IL. Blackiston came in today the train and drove out to the scene of Oapae hours: to 10 ercise, Jels r the AU Mrs. he i"s
S00t a Apr at on ru bmem at noon from the mining section, where the shooting. They found Mr. McLeod 1:30 to 4:30 p. ms. Optal oBA Tayor' eld ists ...
S- '- he had been on business, had been sent to a Jacksonville hoss- ad lb atory, roem s 2 andn 4 Oary uc2tatiop, uth m. M W..
.Phone s f you prescriptions. We eriff Galloway organized hs forces hot ddre Dr. A. 2 Ilar, som r.
I l"- *' calel aInd deliver them. The Court and commenced a search for the ne- HANDLEY HOUSE FOR LRENT il ede Ll

lUn E.-T L Pharmacy. gro. At dark he located the man in Coveetioes. p_ o
ra.t brhltesnfM""' a bay head half a mile from the scene The A. E. Hant leroi log emt of the0 I wl1 rn1. S1 S
W IO IS Fank, the brig t ittle son of Mr. of the shooting. An attempt was mest tonveneht aed beet lbilt aeusse, Dr. A. Is uslar, to whatm pIn t alme U
~ ";W N.and Mrs. F.' W. Ditto, has been quite made to arrest him and shots were age lot and al sv ee i the super don nad eantirlag enR gy as
ill for a week, but Is better today. exchanged, but it became too dark and leasted i third word see' high s petate mdet Of the y sab he
uaw nnv -hostilities ceased. The negro rea al- buildi-g, fe' redh or sale. Ap- owes mmee ofits susesm, ehege with
Holes typewriter? R. C. Davis & Co., The sheriff fired upon him and the Block, Ocala Fla. Sunday school work, ezprilm18g his

riu r i Lty of his retreat He was closely SEED OATS FOR SALE pumes and visitor preent.
:Mis Laura Bewell. of Mrs. Bostiek's guarded, his position being almost The eammittee as program felows:
_millnery store, who has been ill for surrounded with men. Marion county prown rustproof and Mi m Ll. t W... V. -
X two weeks, is out again. At 4 o'clock this morning, with the Burt or 90-day oats Z C. Chemblas. C.r.att Mr. M. M. UW.e Mrs. 0 W.
first streak of daylight the negro Martla, Mrs. George l. Taylor. It is8 -l
Wonderhose for children, guaranteed made an attempt to escape. Sherlff ELECTRIC LIGHT believed that the reult oe this oe-e-
to wear three months without holes.- Galloway saw the man creeping away, FIXTURE FOR SALE bratlom of ally Day will be a forward-
25.-. .. .c.-. 2 eents a pair at Fishel's. ordered him to halt and as he started movement on the part of this sm ss ... 5
to run, fired upon him with buckshot. An elegant electric light httre, ,and well-organise ianday s leolm. sebeeel
YV T IE. RT'S L. T. L. PARTY Oame Warden McCrainey of Line- One ball went through his heel and he cost $38, will sell for a small portion b tim .
": NEWET 5 dale, was In town Saturday wit wth a fell and was soon captured and dis- of its cost Is in fine condition. Ap- MR. CORDERO CRIPPLEh


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'-W* CMOW E WU%&AM ftd a1Uons, maks Cement Bocks. Cement
ES. S Mwaha, ArtuI one Fence, Stone Mantels. We miak
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"Thaft not the answer I want," he .UIIbIUII M *IUBD at all druggists.
ai harhly. 'You're quibblin. Tell PLANm URANO D
me th th about Williams" ANOTHER DISCOURAGED
"You'd better let me go." ON APPLICATION VICTIM OF CUPID
"You'l e me the truth about Wil- P.O Box 44. OC&A, LJLL Baton Rouge, La., Oct. 11.-After
ams before you leave this room!" he only twelve hours of married life,
seuted. "Make up your mind to that John Elam, secretary of the Baton
w, because that's .J.ust the way It's lW ,I T *AL ,II Rouge Insurance Agency, shot and
gng to bea L s U I Aw I killed himself yesterday. Saturday
Srealised that she had gone to I I evening at 8 o'clock Elam was mar-
fro r enncsatoat d hiagoe too IT 16 MY TIME TO DIE tried to Miss Land of this city. At 6
r n her de aton that hbe would ato YOUR FALL GARMENTS o'clock k yesterday morning he / asked
was dangerous and that he would stop his wife to bring him a cup of coffee.
at nothLg not even blows. not even Work Guaranteed and Prime Right Se had hardly left the room when
m rder. He was white, his teeth were OCALA PRESSING CLUS, a revolver shot rang out. Rushing
set, and on his quivering face was an ,back into the room she found her
eixeaslos of feroleoUs determination W. F. Marlow, Proprietor husband lying dead. with a smoking
that warned her that she must temrn- revolver by his side.
penile and appear to give nla to him. CARD 0 TANKS
"Very well," she assented, turning i thii
from the door; "if that's the way It's We take through method ofthaumns of
go*ng to be rM eftly wUiin." I l the public through the columns of
t ber -wli.your paper for the liberal patronage
"The wer me.!" Inthat has been eAended us through
"I intend to do that, but I Intend to "I---be uthe past season In our business, s
do something more than merely an-W ur we have not been able to deliver
ower that question. If you don't mind W"ihWh1 ic an m-aye . cars, asthe entire country s a
we'd bette sit down." 2 twenty e e mo y ht_ whole bought more ars than the
Ibe msutomed him to a chair and Buick factory could produce. We
uald herself so that the table was certaly c m-wl themto are Just in recent of letters giving
between tem. a e an that they re ap tsL s a slight Inkling of our 1910 pro-
"Itn the m. firt plac se went on, Ttwe G i E m duct, assuring us of the fact that
.te place." shewentthere will be no question in the fu-
vey calmly, "In order to relieve your PIm d. Mf tT omb On ture that we will be cared for. Our
mind I might tell you that I have done Doieks 1910 models will be ready for de-
nothing tonight which can reflect upon aaobhm t tisadeCCC. livery the first of November, and
me as a good woman. I had no Inten- e- wma6 w me we have the assurance that If we
tie of doing any such thing. So far should need 100 cars we can deliver
a I can find out, you are the only per- the same. Our models 10 and 17
Swho had degra nation in mind E .will be continued, but the horse-
~a n m mt nah~u n ~ ~power will be increased 20 per cent.
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t eemi that I have bean aleme
rearnog how worth yes asre. My
toer wen we were to be 1 m0 ie
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u I a Et put ta itle o re bluntly. But I
WGIl r g - Htheught I loved you-omre I did M
Now I seem eriy hae belief
*. *Be Butthe lt1et1havebeenWei. I
JOIN W. lARDING took y- egots deeer 1
sent "a.e'e a -.-of e umrnoI-,
s.i .- ^ and I th68ght .ta my drmi wy that
theWOO you I P teAc h about sseft-
,lam the cretMy of the rich and all
CHAPTER XVII. that meant that yu wee newe, saeltf
MA moved toward the door. seerAladn, even brilliat. Now I
but her huband ran andt Iter- know the di aerme. ou- it esp-
astod herL tal? God sometimes is klWd to a fight-
"Wata minutYe. Ycncan't o er, I he caa't have mueh g@ ftr a
that way," he lM deier-ldi4ly. "You man who whiMes."
are my wTl, ad ye" can't leave here "You believed me then, Emma," he
without wea e panantim.. ial brokenly, "you know you did-
rveo eWplann ts to make," he ou ow yo did."
tortad coMl"y. "You wlI please let "Thas the wonder 'l part of &t.
M F' r d pu t a nmy Pre always believed you till tonight.
right to vI a" and now I know I never should have
"I tell you I won't let you go ntil believed y. Yo've always been a
ye te me the truth. What happen and Myo e alwybeen disoneet
with W lami and how di you a at heart. Tow rncomapetency. the way
me Mu to agree? you were distrusted by your employ-
aoure a right to ask that The era, I thought was hard luck, Injss- DI
Ifb I paid for that letter Is none twice. But now I know that you never
qt yewr snn. TYou set that price were and never will be the least bit u
at the highest possible fiure a woman of good to yourself or any one else.
Cm pay. Now, how I bargalne or You married me to help yourself. Too
whet I paM is nome of your affair tried to disgrace me to help yoursel.
"It Is my fair. I want to know, I was wllng to meet the siuttion,
and I will know but you couldn't, and tonight you
"Whea y" sent me to that man, wanted to sell me to help yourml I MH ave Y our1
e I told you tht I ade pity yo from the bottom of my heart.
the bargain I was to make it al I think I've told you the reason why
that It was to be my buses alone I cannot live with you any longer."
and that I should never be asked. You
agned. rve carried out my part. You (Continued Tomorrow)
carry out yors. I gave you your free. -
dom. You give me mine." DISCOVERED BY A DREAM
'There Is only one reason why you A Florida Mother Found her Long
should leave here now, and that is Wil-A ForsI D Maher Found h r L o
liama. Are you going back to him?' Loet Daughter in Temnesesm
8be stepped back from him and Pensacola. Oct. 10.-FInding her
swept h ith a look of cold disdain daughter, who has been lost since an
woo tMnlooo le oryousd infant, eighteen years ago, through
S was one thing let for you the medium of a dream was the cex-
to do make you the moat contempti- perience of Mrs. LB. I. Ellis of this city.
bb ead you've done It now!" she ex- who left yesterday for Jonesboro.
claimed. "When you set me to Wil Tenn., to visit her long lost child.
Naes I thought you'd sunI, as low as According to Mrs. Ellis her husband
you could, but I see I was mistaken. died in Jonesboro shortly after her
There was a depth that even in my child was born. and the baby was
turned over to a neighbor until the
mother could come to Pensacola and
Establish herself in business. Three
months later Mrs. Ellis went back to
Jonesboro for the baby, only to find
SI i ; that her neighbors had moved to parts
I/ unknown. For five yeat she search-
ed continuously for the child, but
S' finally gave ub In despair.
1* About a week ago Mrs. Ellis had a
Sdream, In which she saw her daughter *
back in Jonesboro. She telegraphed to
friends in that city, and received a
reply that her daughter, who had re-
cently married, had returned with her
husband to that city and did not even
know that her mother was alive.




\ LIGHT BAGGAGE FOR TAFT
President Hal to p to Bed Whi His
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El ortal, CaL, Oct. le.-After hav-
mI a-igUW n traveled nearly 100 miles by stage
S . Iand on foot in and around the Yoee-
S/ mite valley. President Taft reached
*he here last night and resumed hias jor-
M sII Of 1 ht ney to the southwest this morning.
| .._u^ ^ -He will stop during the day at Mer-
9 |.P ced, Fresno and Bakersfield and reach
S- Los Angeles early Monday morning.
TThe president was wet with pera-
LSCIPB: pitatlon when he reached the foot of
Use oes UN pease of 3J-0 Ice Cm the trail and had to go to bed i1 the
Seme boae am--,k- sad frees,. Sentinel Hotel while his clothing was
..-rS iI3 m hue ng out in the sun to dry, as he had
"Ib Jea'8pc g.. 2 t m, the .. ... only the one gray Norfolk Jacket suit
eel .2 ped ases eSo ZOr Dook of RKeCpe-
disgst, my loathing of you, I never *Gie s hM hd C. iA *Iq, i. UP BEFORE THE BAR
-.- a u now N N. H. Brown,. an attorney, of Pitt-
is c.ted. But owyouve field. Va, writes: "We have used Dr.
eehtd it. I don't hate you. I just nchl ospK's New Life Pills for years and
pit you." W f1 UI IilUlPID find them such good family medicine
A gleam of fury glowed In his eyes ,JI jo DLJfllv"JtI II F we wouldn't be without them." For
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