Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 10 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03297
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
lccn - sn 84027621
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Cat. L DI Marah with his crew of
w W aM base the Jmipoer river
aimed owut rom big Lake George to
t had at the river so that inches
S te n t he river without any
L Mr. Themed Msh has bee an e the
IM. for two woekm. but is Im-
utng la health. We wll all be
AM. to ae him up again.
Mr. Reuba LLo of Patt Island.
has been very low with fever. Since
htis wt f death he has been making
his hame with his dahter. Mrs.
Harry ard. f Norwalk.
Mrs. N. J. Adams, e Ocal, is vis-
Itamg her orlative at Jupier rtver, and
has bee very IU. We hope hW ist
IMO rh a e Marsh le v-tfag her
gram~ehn sand aunt at Dt Leoa
The J=uper ham ntins ldub of Ken-
lucky jos peted about the middle of
aest meth to esJey theirrnot hat-
1- mlad i blah n their
Igraid wl hbe redy for them at
terse sprna Jupiter river.
Mr. A Re e had thme god
Inhc to kml a bage mo m au way
might. Brow nte.



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tamtd Mwth ad wihr.
I ned there In
s me iOet or. Dr .

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0eb only wsae wa litl1
-* old atry." ai Dr.

hesas shew t the statteame
uperWMd toeth poal u
sme .t1 te st hte rye

w es t tai the oNis aw

Av -s we0e sutme -t
In aenema .w a

s at them am y of hets d at

_ aotl ambhert eltw mh M Wi

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W"r. Whitney haaeili thata
mCoder eary and other f
expedtn the mdmte did notm y

thea. The rpame tote ae
Clevelea ON. Oa eet. 1

pI have been toted toe plut a

era hdene twirese tM

1 wll net ester Ins any am',
lap ilpemb to e ork at my own
pae. and they wirl pre. a die dM
Whitey. that u have enlaImd. *

Thiemite -earlaty to- ften
Sthe river's wa" -
ripple. and fester .em'wt -ta
warn w ar kInd. The dunt pan er
hatha. the M te n you the dd
et Beve bme. twim Ite yo wolt ae .
Tim t matter b uctlat d w an bhes
orw tho now disats m

a 43 yer beat beflnge return. 'A
as* mam&iTMuI P akmbw
le teub Oae $1Yu bottle at wal

ml Myew broa egreas the Jump
zpIJsm highly appreciated nr all the

by leal appUcatie., as they cannot
ra ,the dismeaed portion of the ear.
There is omly me way to cure deaf-
am. and that is by con tltutional
emedla. Deatnes ts caused by an
lasmed eoadwt, t1he mucuos Uta-
As of 4he nstehbl Tube. When
the table I is lmatef you have a
rumbuin sound of Imperfect beartag.
and when It is entirely closed, deaf-
-as Is the result, and unless the Is-
*ammatle can be takes out and this
tube festered to Its normal condition.
hearing wmi be destroyed forever;
Sate ecam ut of te are caused by
Miash, which is nothing but an In-
amned coudttlmo of the mucous sur-
We will give One Hdndred Dollars
ftr any ease of desfteis (caused by
estarrh) that cannot be cured by
BaWlS Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
b~sh free. J. Cheney & Co. To-
led, ObW bold by an druggists, Tie.
Take Haa Family Pills for eoastlpa-

oms, Italy Oct. 14.-Italy and the
owers are Orepearing a U ithatum
t Tur2ey, demanding Indemnity for
those foreigners sustaining losses
rAg the Adams masscre* The
bflFme Porte denies all reeponalbil-
ty and has refused to pay.
amina Fla. Sept. 1stL 1M.-4
hae deld Halls Texa Wonder of 8.
Lois, Me, for tIx years. Every bot-
tie I sell adds a eaustomer for It. It Is
a gs6.e cure for kidney. bladder and
trouble, Geo. O nmachL
S-t. dasas treatment In each

1 Aeres of Land Half a Mile Nerth
of Oak
N aeres cleared and under good
ugee, balasne timbered, one mile from
u mb-district school: a 6-room two-
grsy eam; one stack chimney; a
OpnmdM well of water: good barn and
mheime. The land to as good as
b he 4 d f Maride county for
a'd gameral tarmln. Terms
ilah A WaldNoUn, Oak, la.

py p Cet .ut O." said MmS I.A
*s of torlceaVe. IlL "But
yMw die from sasnren (which had
trAB away eight toes) It you don't"
"I agq doctors. Instead be used
Mea's Arn ias asie till wholy
oued. Its care of ecaema, fever
sma, bells, buras and piles astouad
T worPE. D2c. at all deNtget

no NbA of zMat~
b r of pWDeder ftwb

rI tedbMren710 1u

war*h asa bled piner mad nlu
MA anso th fulk
dowu as so sbup me% ma-

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AHIWpe3poi Ind. Oet. 14.-Judae
A. R- Andermo, of the-Unted States
court or this district, imislme yes-
terday the proceedi s agalast Del-
evan Smith and Chartei R. WifLsmas
propietors of the ItdImaampeM NeW,
wh were rm am rsni ast the
District or Catbia ftor txSal uder a
and Jury IndletMt,e tfng thex
with having iNtt erimina lbel
Ident Taft, Charles R Taft, WIBlam
Nelson Cromwell. J. Pierpoet Morsm
and ot1be. a pub b, airUeles al-
Mamk that the w as earrupt prost
ot $S8,.00 In the mal of the Pan-
ama canal to the United States.
That man has read the history of
our Institutlous to ttl purpose"
said Judge Andersm la conucldin
his decision, wh view with
appreheilen the smacop of maeh
prmoc*U la au ts a the end that the
eitiseua could be adragd feem their
homes to the D 'trct of Coluibla
the seat of g vfw t, er trial un-
der the etrcumstanes oft this case.
The defendants are discharged."

(SpecialIto the Star)
Now York
Pineapples: Pirids t4's $2.50 0
SL.76: We. 8 2 0 : r*; e81.71 S S2;
Porto Rico 24's $1.75 $s U; ira
$1.M 0 $3: 'sa 1.U5 9 $1.7T
Grapefnrut: Florida per bea $U $4:
CalNornal per bo $4. Porto
Rtco per box $1.50 O1
Oranges: Calit faut $4 S.2ts;
good to choice $t.5 F Ss26: Porto
Rco .. $1.30. .

Pineapples: Cuban re Spanish 24*s
$2L 0: Wsa and ala S8t 8.2: Gupeftult: eriJa bees all sixes
$4 9 $4.S.
Orsnes: lor- a- er box 8t.7S 0:
CaM. Valeuck s*ay per box 8 @
3.25: choice as t.shl $t. 20 0 2.1.

Plespples: PoMa per crate $1.75
0 s$1e.5
Grapefruit: Florida per boxM $2. 90
Oranges: Calif. Valenefs per box
$3.40 9 4.10.

Pineapples: Red Hpanleh 24's per
crate $1.. 0 $2: W' $1.5 9 $0T75:
Wrs $1 $1.50.
Grapefruit: Fr per.bov $2. 9

Pineapples: If, per rate $60 9:
24's $3 0 $.5 ;: 30's $S2.M 9 .75:
3s $1 0 $2.26.
Grapefruit: Calif. per box $1.60 9
Oranges: Calif. Valenelas per box
$2.75 9 $ M..
Pineapples: Florida 24"s per crate
$.75 9; Os and as per crate $L.2
Grapefrtulit: Florida Ws per box z3
* $ 4's; $4M 14 '; $4 0 $4 0 -4b 5 I.
Oranges: Calif. per box $2.5 9

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BoardinE School for Boy Condut of, by the ado en e 8t. ,sJeseT. T
Boys from 8 to 14 years Receved. Car'eftay Traied alenm i t
loetual. Moral and Social LUs, Heal thy IlaSU.M
Pool, Complete aulpmeat a Sheir I

Apply tar Prspectas 6 the i" uma. .
,s.Tame 5 B.AAMAt e~-l

Educatenmal Rally was Ilaiteretig ad
Wel Attnded.
Mrs. W. J. Carpenter of Tapa tis
vlUting her brother, Mr. C. W. Dtvrw
Mr. Simpeon onf Ja e iM e spent
a few days here this week with Mrs.
I. W. Ray, as the guest otf M oam-
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. P. Bsbhop arriv-
ed Saturday from New York and are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. sa-
Capt. Walter Bay attended court at
Tavares Monday.
Hon. IR. A. Ivey. a prominent bold-
ness man of Branford was here Men-

day looking after his orange grove
Miss Apple Redditt of Reddlck
wpent PS-mday here with her parents,
Mr. Simpeo, and Mis OGammon
visited Silver Springs Monday.
Mrs. C. Griner has returned from.
ber visit In Virgina.
Rev. Frank bSheffeld of er .Pierce
was In the city Monday.
Milm Doae Rowell of Bay ake.
sapt Sunday here with her paredi.
Mr. R. J. Horne with the Thema-
faehry Co.. of Ocala. and L uaden
Bates, Jackpmvlle, was here Man-
day looking after his compares* ta-
Mrs. Marxio MeLeod arrived here
Tuesday from Jaeksouvlle where she
went with Mr. McLeod.
Messmr J. W. WUiaa. of Citra, and
P. M. Harp, of ureka, arm la Jasek-
osovtle this week on buadmln
Miss Byrd B ngam of Dllan, Tax.,
arrived W? ter with her aunt. Mrs. Jack Wfllams.
-Mr. J. R. Williams and Zhber Pk&-
eoburg returned Tuesday from Mr.
William's mine at Duttom
Mr. Frank Jenkins Is at Flal City I
on business this week.
Mr. W. C. Beach, the S. A. L. ore-
man. was taken seriously iW Tuesday.
Mr. Roundtree was called to take his
Mr. Gracash ,. Dias of Pla t City.
arrived Tuesday to take charge of
Mr. Jack WSllsam orange packM.
The educational rally at the Meth-
odist church Monday evening was I
grand. The speakers were HoB. W.
M. Holloway. state super*-*ep4et of
public achooa, and Capt. Geoe
Lynch. Mr. Bams, the ftje e-Usteam-
representative, was present. As the
address seswere listeed to with Ueep-
Interet and every one came away
fully impreaed *ith what had been .
said by these eloquent speera. We
noted among theme pm ent several

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m I while tar the dura-
Sdilot In the Jurmasy tournament.
. ".thirty-*ve feet. The aeroplane
. m wreced but Latham was unin-

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Vtte Gumlbert, who has made a
f ancess singing on the vau-
stage. has a new song "Marte,"
Sis making a pronounced bit.
ie1day World ha arranged to
the words and music of
next Sunday or the behnlt
readers and you will miss a
you fatell to get It. There will
.be page of pictures In colors of


Si -eQ el take. an U sie
vliie 1. 0Av p of !Gai nie n "as
Nh o _- '_-d Up a- Wem.

u000e1e01 ot- praise for

anotherr rledy ever pro-
I ,-ivlng at S Morris
l A- Ab m, says: "A few
Ilhae &A I ehad a sevre attack of
WIN -t, and wae forced to stop
t t bed over to pick
up -4 g we v Wth suffering In-
toe-a ed every quick movement I
,M uc d ameh harp twinge
thdM Im Ma mod as St a knife were
ibelil hfetO my back. If I stoop-
ed I i hardly -trheten. I used
at prevouely aused Doan's
_ln 1- a b had received auch
bml gq n6ats that I resolved to
try 0 aSa. They cured me and
I n m had any kidney trouble
slt, I tom a friend of this remedy,
am he 6 sed them with the same bene-
Sfel& r~raunha
lity ore proof like this from
AO Call at Tydings & Co.'s
dr" T 4ad ask what their custo-
.r ole by all dealers. Price M
CeeIto Paster-Mburn Co.. Buffalo.
Me* Tak. aale agents for the United
Remember the name--Doan's-and
tk. ak ether.

The egistration books of the city
of Oeala are mn open at the city
eerk' eoMee, All parties dealrin to
register wa Oto before the second
saturday i Kovember. as the books
wE ellee em that date.
H. C. Sistrunk.
Clerk ad SupervTor of Registration
o the Ctr of Ocala.

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Our tire stock at $75 to $100 off Spot Cash rces Terms

an be arranged to suit the convenience of the customer.

We have only about 15 Piaos to offer at these figures. Every Piano

The Everett, Harvard, John Church and Dayton Pianos are to6 well

in Ocala and Marion County to need an Introduction.

First Class High Grade Organs from 25 to $75; $1 Cash and 0 cents


Mr. R. Eagle is with us again and will make Ocala his home. We

khy state his capacity as a.tuner is the best we have ever had the

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"j* m-b..gib --e -.I '0
fr owom hie ow and Mrs. aker well and laden with fruit, but which he TAG bAY AT THE FAIR
S A A. Kel* 0grOVe. We foad has recently sold to a Boston party -
of i sb b peeking gf B rapgttult who will spend the winter on the The Masons dsre time Star to ay
t g .. *. Jhat the members of the Eastern Star
I' .I" In his .et arla to Wi e we pae ed will name Thankgiving.DIy.d Novem-
.. .. u3rem The Tm n ooka. the Biker rove aMd her 25th, as tag day at the Marion
r a ati th ira an several small groves owned by color- County Fair. There will b a bevy of
ti Nam bad i lg = A l fgal h wt- T pop0 6 Simn saE d Charley BrDa- beautiful young. ladles and charming
."' so COW 0010. B, an loona well, as did the Wn- matra" who on that day wi tag er-
by a th6e t1it reaches ita ts.. aao IM la d grove to the right and between ety an. woman and child coming ito
bos Wetrlae sand Stantce. The remark the fair ground with a tag ad W i re-
"I NMe'I0 lea S me* of D r.I- oeaeral, we aever saw steh a year sp ane to thi recogn tn the taOfed
4 I i- saelra I C n ird y-wm ade dearessed f oran ges party will preempt to the party et
a e satl is$f Sggg Pto S3rm ofI thef O- the wtagghug y em of moey fLerom
22?t BINr '?FoM" = &" k. MW q__ by W- j t COAST LINE WINTER SCHEDULE one cent to any amount they feel able
ageSJ~ y.1110 a gm p AP., ab -- to give. This tag money will bemseed
---g -'S "g *.**W ^**S fho who to m g sll A Division Superintendent McArthur by the Masons to provide a drop eur-

a well the middle of Novembe and that know what It 1 for and respond
a"SIe M se It to boI mat fa af-ter schedule will be Inaugurated. promptly. In the meanwhile, get your
*11 jar. I.J. aMcim". y, to All the trains now in service will be tag money.
^ --th I"e, k adM t a*n e et, is verut ty h. my Mr. IAVeilne. the Oxford wheel
a sw ofIL" Xa. The Sa S reIdSt and Children's ready-made dresems, all wright,h was ito ntody Sveen-
a th .. ma .C kehd .s There Is considerable abuildga, amnmg
lawnl .. merehaat up _aaa which Is a new 0t4ek store for Char-
^'SB. 3yj L ''S ei Me n ee ep M y t ley Hooks, the mercantile genos of
in at we, e th4d lqpk after the asipmet et hisbJ wepV the place. Mr. LaVeIgne is chairman
'B iki n Mg the inke hae o the SIS of the Oxford school trustees and
gobs- ae eaS ra* S takes a deep nearest In educational
Ka k iM O g Onather-olave, Mr. Th e gr nds matters. aid the whooping cough
Sa h M A Slr et Oeesi G .^ Te 8reids was prevalent i Oxfor a Was at-
-W40.4 -@=o c andthoe grove. "anedecidiedyatwae-
t t t the Pot tn y fecting the attendance at sehooL
aga *^ i "sWe tof.1 tondayat werso"ts th he
M t el 5rtetW. a Veteran has ptety we erred Monday when we said the
e et-tl rt but was bw i ai pairs educational rally committee went to
Ilia 40 t M -MU 1 90 tohl beams, amog them a new rooL. Inverness Tuesday night. They stop-
at. 1 lte b5 M -AS e acme late the p eb inM Ai, ped off at DunneOon and held a well
IV"- Il and attended rally at that place. There
u tat Mr. t Ofedir, they were Joined by Supt. Turner of
swam" "'Mr.e 0 f at wk o the Citrus county, who Wednesday morn-
St Tom sa M r. Btaz- tng took Meers. Holloway, Lynch and
e wee M Re Guiams to" Floral City and Crystal
Auimnwhel.,."- sr* Ludis a ,a"L R A IRiver and at niht to Inverness. Vr.
paw... 10 11 9 ? '"" at MBrm t FOR A GIFT J. ur Brigon i red to cc
-m~e ji 3r and S ait ce rtalinlr a To your bride-to-be-or the girl Pany them. but ofte bee anee in
%i9 to I2W eSmIlWlty. We inly you're goinl to try to win-let us Ocala called him home.
S a Ith lively home at the late Cap suggest that you couldn't pick a bet-
i I " -ar 'as we passed Further ter establIshment whereat to make TWELVE UVES LOST
en we pasnM the Tem r wpla. BRev. the purchase than thin. -
Ss I_ amesr, the up to Mr. If you haven't made up your mind And Immnse Damage to Proprty
"0S- 5VSe 6iad across the Iaie just what the Ift Is to be-our stocks Along the Lie f fth East Ceost
Wae- grm's whi0 when It was plant- wi prove excellent as an Inspiration Extension
N Y as etald 1b I cr0 M -It you have-theyll prove conclus-
IN*SimnSthe s. aml bga68 4 Ively that thins i "tbe" place to buy. MiSami.e70 O act -Newsreached
am" I"w efI e It ie wi here late yesterday afternoon of the
Viwe has .pgmt n atedty n ois beusn A. L UIRNETT, OCALA, FLA. sinking of the tugs Sybil and Badle
:.________%Mae____'Mr.___,,,at Babia Honda during MomIdas
""hurricane. and the los of the elev
M -- 'k-f !1 r at-- b M l a g i ia"members of the crew of the Sybil, In-
a at. l a t- a Wsre s *Vna a am M I 0103 tluding Captain Parker.
-- -ow t The crew of the Sadie escaped.
1 mat P a The -follow statement was given
meman toe eIss m The -o ls life on the Florida
i.,"r thw .awe ot tno East Coast extension Is limited to the


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Indioatieme re That the isemd Hal
of the Pamama Cnal Will he
Easier Werk thies the PIrst
Washlntom. D. C. Oct. 14.-Re-
ports Just ade public by the Pan-
ama Canal cmmlslmi state that the
excavatien of the canal Is exatly half
nashed. Conditions ane L..iodag
and the death rate is down to ermal.
The second hal Is proceeding t r.
aR the nece sary supplieS, macnIery.
etc.. being om head.
Meet women ane troubled with kid-
ney complaint and ye know very
reut f-m thm -ne lct Idney
troubles. If you wi take DeWitt
Kidney and Bladder llinas dIrectedI
won amaw be eom "uk atmmm


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I., *'- Use Palmer's Lation after sharing.
aft s ad $1 .bttles at the Paselfge
-/.- > Mr3. 3. Perkns ,of deuSaeld was
______________ _a suest at the Moatesumsaa last agt.
WANT-D-A Arat-class young Jer-
s oy cw gcwing milk. Apply to H. C.
StJoe aat the Oealn BttU- Work,.
Th"ee were 4 arrivals at the Mon-
--ms- e for yesterday.
r. D avIs& Cs of Ja.ksemait e
wLsanyB ba secot o -bea
typewriter, apen essa term I desired.
Mr. A. J.LPstr of Thomasville I*
WNot Buy The Best? a .et of theMontesanav.
', Phboe aM for yr peeorlptooas. We
a./ and deliver them. The Court
f .i m sheep inehmie,
SMb prla tskOat Wyu will want to trade eo I a s ua ak time Mr. W. Armour of0 Premont. Ohio,
-. ... .. --- .. .Is a late arrival at The Montesuma.n
m 16. h ahp th priw of No wm n. TmheSinger G rewig Met
Sm e .. Captain lawry and Mr. UdelL rep-
ef~ft #a,-to sweie aml vr go were4Wosofme maebime per OWN ete Uao.mos.ina I town toeay.
S_ andS n memwle ShgerUft That in
se-*Am only by the Sir _, Have you seen te enw visible Iay-
io oheslypewr? 30C. Davis & Co.
104 lM wOmsn dl gdkeetl rem shMaer to eoy T he yw er heb isinial tiet C. Dva c
SM pl. Mr. aad Mrs. Joseph Malever and
A e mso IIo esm hetkl *to.te, ef whik we mvy a uIotw I t eblMren had a pleasant outing on
_lver Springs raun yesterday.
s- dee e anwei'eh 0s po. ipt to l o eaNS fl aftif to
t Mr. S. J. Gore and party of friends
of Mascot, were guests of the Monte-

SA. STAMPS, Mgr. w L
-. to wear three months without hole,
.* "31-2 IIIe iI E- 26 cents a pair at Flshers.
Mr. T. Mr trunk of MlemGopy
was a guest of the Montezunma yes-
terday. ,


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hesw t0 1P &pudgymow.dAeMMON o

*~ "ALaA -DAN
~nus ss~;se~s..MA.

The bat p~im of p am Imna
melet me Ih at sa N sft
Mr< a J. Kght of Clearwater Is
T E L an the arrivals of yesterday at
.te Modemna&

Holeperoofq for men, guaranteed
1 for six motha without holes, at
Mis Minnie Carlisle returned today
from the lake where she has been on
a visit to her sister.
Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. Ed-
ward*', next to market building.
Mr. Guy Toph. proprietor of the
......... o Is Montesuma hotel, i up again after an
.llnesso f a week.
Mr. D. E. McIver has been quite HIl
for several days but expects to get
down to the store this afternoon.
Meoss. Smith & Roberts are set-
tng In a beautiful variety of furnl-
;a f tare. k
F .IL D. Ford of Micanopy. ald to be
the keenest borso trader In ie ec-
ti oa was In town today. ezceanglqg
Sexperiences with D. W. Tompkln.
)r ue e s ." A eof the high aehol ooeks sand eup*-
pike mo n-L. You am gne the
hih ashl books ey at the Oak
NMews C
A lJoseph Stanaland from the Lake
J Bryant aemetem. was In town this

Mr. J. S. Morgan of Lynehbur. Va.
e0sameo la s u n

aIilFiAl -nes- t evi

s me is
^uRe m i $1 arrivals at the Ocasi

Bar'ws ho su ad pat. at

CoL 0. C. Martin f et obsyifl is&a
Loyt 6 te ohea Hen.ow&
WANTWD-ooo, s tde. f esopetent
cook. Apply at 16 South Tbed steat
Mr. AL LUme of t-Ummsa- is at

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) A 'wY Mr. A. 5. Bucher of West 9twt
Mead is a guest ot the Oasis House.
7O3 X Tr-Hon e Soutl? Tbird
le Attched street. Iaire of Dr. Walter Hoe.
Mr. W. W .tr, r. ,. of New York.
Is a unt of the Oeakl House.
Plenty et freh e sters at W. P. Na-
weas next to merk b ndin.
Mr. E. Werthelm of savanabh is at
the Oasla Hese.
010 P-mr aiviSla Orit sad other leading
newspapers mla" sagmali. at am1-
lev's m aews st a.
W l Brooks of Tampa, the cear
mteoastar., came up today.
*Palmer' Garnlad Cold Cream in Sc.
D isp la y- .a .. 60. Jan at the Ptote D -
H. D. Basett, of Lakeland. was a
/ visitor to the Brick City yesterday.
It Y want a good lead pencil buy
Sm of Gergs o Best. Sc. at the Post.-

Dr. P. Burga of Mclatekh Is a guest
at the Moatemoa.

Marlon-Dunn sLdge to draft desinsco BUT NOW A ThmILtN R LI te the plow are def t &
for a drop curtain for the Temple -
Theater. You can positively have your she's A line showewir w ll hbe i
re-soled and finitehed off to look Ige Miss Ba Deder Monday eelg a b W
Your ma, weeol anano e-- new, by an electric stitchia and Dr. and r. HL C. Dalwer. The e-
ents are In order. It you want your lshian machine. D. W. Goodwla, Shoe- lent is a sister Of a m
to soon he made. don't fta to take her maker. Ocalas s., next door east to
a box of Belle Mead Sweets eoery ev- Montem"W HoteL PGo.MIsler. C. CIsa e wI eM
ending when you call. They are to be vsi Wt
had only at the Court Pharmacy. PI colds are quickly cured by IP- be has et 'eIn twety yra, am o
ley's Honey and Tar, the great throat he Utook as If gretin his old fri ad
Mr. J. C. Talley, of Knoxville. and and lung remedy. The gesulan con- sad companion dsA him bin bo
owner and president of the KXnxvle talas no harmful drugs. old by all
Table and Chair Factory, In the druists-. Mr. Lee Mier the b area i w-
city today. icle man of Jnatvis s, is in
L C. u a se 0 M Jvisiting his panI Mr. ad MUs. B
Th is as gsme law against any handle sk typewriter ribbs. t"c.,A. Miller. oIe
ome hunting for PLANK'S CHILL amcb; 1S. per domn. e
TONIC. It uaarsateed to cure ma- -I WMr amu lMd r JoW4
rla. chlbs sad fevwr. Price aso eat Jerge'a Talcum Powder, large canm Med Naval torea Ca. < ma;oNMel
per bottle Ak your dealer; hell holdlag nearly a pint each, guarasted today and puread a pair of -- In I-
probaby know. pure and fragrant. The Ceurt Phar- males sum T*mm & Ch & r O. f
Goodwin was e em e tde ia buseafs eetk
Mr. Washburn, who recently bought at the fImeral of the lao t Sth aWee%
the Hodge property In the another
end of town. bas returned tfrm a County 11reyer Alm Meerhbed Is gS
visit to Saranac lake. New York, bursy evisiug his Si -oes gspw.
where he bas been for the past three ator yto Win off 4i ime tr met M
months vhstbigamon reostivews. Flida, lAn Co. w oh mt oo
som 4O.W ac 9ges teu east an
Upon hber rturn ero h. mmer' w e oatl e mesa e
vacation your rstact sod etos m t. M ..Vor
@att Cu P m y b 'Wool ar vim =d
your sweetheart a box of that dele- 0o hS Mo land W.m _

Mr. J. P. Lowter of Savannab has Thte tracts a we M I A
arrived in the city and has a position & *" a
in the Monteuma barbershog. He Is Mait i
a skilled workmanand. wants to make Newte o mKnobl rink. me o tplen wa
you acquaintance. NW tt""O"
VAr SAt- .A maSinmha wsh lauhem

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Of nf r I o 1 1 11 ki^.
SoN&h wi he at the Air Duem ths,

in th big ea. mleMr. Tftoer hos
-0 thm to Oeas at a t he pL
empean isorderwo that sutofeoma m.Y
hear am. Methe" best there Iseis s f I t aM
music. Dut foiltos Ybr the Air
Do d Ofitg thsimota maint l mar ghggwwnu t. J3 -

**SOP WILL*PREACH SUNDAYw tase to b e t tht .... ......
w, oiti' v teed to be the batl M TI W

Method-t e-r. will preach the w t w a *d :-
Pirst M ethest chrch A- A y r- *W "el. BM oz.
responsive hemlaug. Come saM bring Th17haby
yIs friends with you and lot us give -N IS

-A"- a f aoGROCERY ""v -
Me mt summr moths. e ___ ___ ___er
worth ague h1as rs1mO IS ft
mtng.A.11k leaguers ia Chil-aat y c
ren under fI years o ase wh" ae FOR SALE CHEAP ME- "l a IS t s" w w
not seMOM athisrsplendid nerasanm Ad S m eA"W
are lvit oe present t S :M a m. A desiral e b il udi let Ia Nerth a gald. T maot he aS to
next Smnday. The topic ais l egeing Becd ( Ia vwedom.n* a81 th meIt will he the Jewish syassaue. A* ,mt .Y
led by Martha Kate Rests. i city. we will hit a Ya.
0s to let as o eb ow- ye
Dr. Walter Day has sold out his A cook wanted for re-taurot. Apply Pi n M o
proprietary madlelne budiMes to at Elk Cae. J". C. a3a114
who will push the fortas i t the IfDO OOi FOR SALE A O*UNT WIT A L
remedies and expect to make tmey gwgg
from the formulas and buahea5. Dr. Yoeng pointer pupe tor sale. Apply W l* 1b- mtnfm1g1 t V1i
Day left today for Talahaesee where Vto Dr. H. C. Mills. Oklawaha avenue
he will be with his tther for several the pa n neey I |ls bi de4 of
moths. STENOGRAPHIC WORK can . .pt
AND TYPBWRITINmN Mr. A P. e3s isvsd Mm i 4
Mr. anad Mr. Win. ADem of Mc- fm a......NO IfeI. at in
Intosh. apounce the marrinas of their Deglnnalag Maday. October 18th, I "W m.
daughter, Mary Lee Allen to Mr. can be found durag business houno e ... .
Drayton Avers. Wedaeday evenmln In the Law LUbrary in the Merehants' wd e s o3 -
November 3rd. 169, at 6:3 'clock, block, prepared to do all mamer .of ae .* -M t. i
li the Christian church. Mc Intoh. stenographic work and typewriting. gb m t ... t..m.
The fair bride-to-be Is one of the Mary I Bola. a wsMt wst -Shave o q t
truly estimable young ladi of Mc- w. .
Intosh and In the language of Rev. PREH WED I
W. Coleman, of Ocal, who will -
perfom the cesne.. she is a Jewel. We have In our tfph supply .of is. h e the . at
Mr. Avera is a prominet plsuranee liable garden and Sower saeee or .t s e sa Nh h R? a i m
man of Gainesville sad stands high In platias. Tyding & Co. Cwent am *y* a
the community I, which be conduct@ V-0s'j" ,
a successftui busihea. The Star x- UP EFORE THE MAR on5fh an boo
teads congratulations to one and all
latereeted nla this approeating mar- N. H. Brown, an attorney. of PUN- A KSI fh OR AIT
r .-, 26eld, Va., writes: "We have used Dr._
Kin's New Lft Pills for years d y arts Mr. A t. a s
MUlm Anne MNion entertalaed last fad them esuh good ft M y a-M- T heek a rth Mrtra. t e "a-* aB g up
night with a six o'clock diemer la we wouldn't be with t temI 6. mer o the pt kf i"OabI 1 SI
homor ot Miss Edna Dosler, the bride- chills, costlpatlon, mleiiassi or Mr. X T. WIamsaI, e al pmIemneas 3
to-be. Those who enjoyed hi pleas- seick headache they work woa ers. a ~e paifce o woek. oe ealti *
ant occasion besides thebas homoee wre at all dneists. etlytIf it in em at Van DStL-' c
her attendant, Miss Annas' Miza* Ilarstet. -t L nIt p at
Alee Bulloce, Bettle Wray Melver. SPLENDID FARM FOR SALE sait a worth tIMW h -e
Annie Atkinson and Mrs. Bernard -n t I be ll ai
Se1i0man. Mrs. Arthur Clark was 28-acre farm with good tu ldinu true faeta l the eiae wi h- go be
absent, owing to sickness. two good mules, alll kinds farm npte- togwn.
ments and a lot of feed. Plenty good --
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bridges arrived wood and land of the best hammOek. Mri Mary L K oI, who van"
home this morning, Mrs. Bridges from South of Ocala. one mile off splenidil through semk a chat &f
Virgaini and Mr. Bridges from Jack- hard road. This must o at once as d 'aro | igpiq b agg
soaville, where, he went to meet her. the price will auprise you. Apply at cruilag her health t A.1 l a .r $ me
once to this office. ; several meths. a slasi als e M
A gentleman who has had thirty odd that hae fty t e fama"e her
years' experience operating both band FURNISHED ,OTTAQG health ad wl hebms e V "S 1
and circular saw mills desires pool- AT LAKE WOSR Ohe will aga4n ego s her rme s- ,
tlon with reUiable concern. Answer. a ret a opltl we*rmsh- 6, am &
"Saw Mill" care Star. For mt. a m slid ehai W Mek3. M.MRaEw
sma eCotoe"" eat a so i e at a Oct~e th. a
Mrs. Prank Moorhead of charles- Weir. Apply at Star es ee. & ,w
ton, S. C.. and Mrs. Knox of Mica- The Womes' Club we at 1a --
nopy, attended the funeral of their -oa atre at ,
ather, Mr. eth wn. They came o be uL .i e
this noon. Rev. T. . Sistrank also e-.Ai"'r R ohose Guw ih
attended the funeral and assisted in l *I M b"u O t rep
the religious exercdes of the burial. lb J Tm bU __p -John R. .Lsr 1 th U n fl a geh
A. MeJ n ot Lakeland came' Bg t .m turned themS with a Sue MSI
up today from Stanton, where he washe boght in Tem A oh
inspectiag his Rae orange crop and *Mam Of C*EI SJ5Bbf -it as.
with Mrs. McKlnney, who came up Mareua fa b a V
yesterday, is the guest of Mr. and aftermo a t n ant' I
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss. HARNESS MENDED anest array fIode oer tah t eu
Earnest of all kinds meued or new of actories. Mrs. Prak, who vsignd
FOR RENT-F rnIohed rooms; ev- parts made where desired. Alo saw her parpets at Savah ah dolag h er
erything new and conveleut; bath fiiag done. Apply to J. T. Immons at husbands *ese.mni Now Terk. ~ -ew
on same floor. Mrs. C. P. Moore, Tompkans & Cobb's stables, turned hooge with h-im.
Wisteria buidng. 15 North Wecond
street, west. 12-*.. pd. OYSTERS-OYSTERS )J. A. Prayermuath of the 30e1 S.
--- ous ki thea ew team O Mr. 8L T
The portrait artist and designer The Elk Cafe wil begin spring oy- Slatrunk'a stoek farm at -arie' VAst
Mr. alnt Augerstlne, who has his stes on Saturday. Perry. The. t rmer anst Mr. T ,
studio over P Ishel's store, has an or- haas Am d to Is dale M. i ._._
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Ct ea. pia1., but moat deaga, looks maw.
S aetioe, and ib worth within $26 of it1

era* ._4sV huaiants to -ir mued to anyoss want-
,either -fr home otoea purposes. m We
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tPso fae T"I. ainl for .. .... ..... ..... ae
S' .b Ud s homso away es od tam and aueu, a-
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S .da a"b- ---- i I worth wite (16 otf ts egstsal
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'U Laes o ease. lage upright sads, sma tho aeets.
eSmo. omnit ffter ngo Inpith. absoonary now and a
Ns at $0. Te ftrea pedtf this wa iMeate sd ship-
e-to rearraGMd I a way to maae it very atte-
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M"BPh"sMahem am, Se.a deub,Iwgeo
vA Very little usagM was UsedIt smeathe.
-tbw iba s a to k on eMcamuat eof the purchaser ha-
rasgia everemv Will seM for umpald balnao e s"S
es-_ ai.sam an my $82, 1i uIqu estioably the grsatst valeo ever
^WW~,41. house or teetory. ad where there is an opportunity
J lm a #. At a redseed east, youe should certally take
- e M., We w me.aef thMe t In gurd Maha caa uemt
* M- pal u- to $38U; another s md e snanths paid dowa to
viL;W We is a le atS ether of these for the uapad baae
*-U le X th lilI UE TIMn GUARANTWE and also the LIK
- k Ts th we wd em a pla o that in abeuately mw.
i gucraAteedr If mot thoroughly saatlao-
PRIM liarae a er spS aead yeur money reaunded. Orders
M waassumeo e o sasil We my fraelIht. IT WOULD

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be~ amS? Ui M imp.


he gamed around his silent, cheerless
heMrIND. Although he had not at any
tme loved imma with that ineffable
pauaon which is the golden ladder
upon which the soul mounts to heaven,
yet sh had Ild a larger place In his
heart than he had ever had any corn-
plete dea of prior to her absence. His
sa..ament. fostered by his selanmess,
rvTived with vlolenee under his Intro-
spection. He yearned for Emma's
smile of peSting and the kiss that ac-
ompalend it at his homecoming, fom
the namsherieas sweet attentlona she
had *idod upon him.
How pretty she was, how gentle!
How sweetly she had put up with his
21 humeri She was different from any
of the gls and women be had ever
beo aquIlated with. He was sorry
be had seat the photograph, not alone
bemase he felt that be had made
atul- ly a talse move, but because
he wished he had kept It for himeel
There was noa one personal object re-
mlaing that had belonged to her. The
tte orament she had liked, her



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Lft to M11 own de0es7 Brooks took
a ervey of the position li which be
bad Mh e andt Uhi conclbton was
nOt wOWhot gmtflt to hiL The
dem "bM et basAlt" ae bad been the
Maas a oWlamtg for him from Cap-
tant WIlams had In fact left at his free
-ael Us h- own property a eal
hmbaed 4Mars from his steallags and
fo Mb b 1t "pleage" on the h1rses1P
which heb been a winning one. Thes
the wva the furniture. The plane
Ws suposet to be Emma's. and he
Kt soe ade would send for it, but
he ehd seo Itestion of surrendering it
Not eme tick, not one penny, wouel
abe wvr get eot of him after the way
In which she oad treated him. The
very day after her departure he sold
the "a-umeat to the piano bohea
fom wbhih it had been purchased.
Wit three days he had removed
ftm the hotel where they had Uved
Sstdate for such a brief period and
tra erred such furniture as be re-
aired to me room ta a bachelor apart-
mMt hose. The rest he disposed of
sfr asL He was a bachelor again to
all latent and purposes, and he re-
mavd temjo hi liberty to the full
He had hd emsbg of married Ife.
wtth. auns and the discipline of re-
straW It Impssd. Once more he was
Sof the boys." To make his pol-
ties lmmaible sad discourage any
dpettm e his wIst part to return
to Mm be forwarded, care of her
mather, her portrait, that had been
eaPiNames em the parlor mantel,
after takings t from the sllded frame
to which t ad stood. On the back
of It he wrote a v e of an old song:
Myv Wso abo away tro me
IMse te or t im wesa amo,
And eOw abo wants to come back als.
t I tllen t r it's noso.
"One bit twee sy." Is my repry.
A ftN it us w to rata
CA Gm"0 ad marnels and fvro
rd nwer have b back asaa.
Thaer was no word of explanation
bq idt this lamating doggerel, and he
was cfuln *ot to give his address.
He chuckled as he put It In the letter
beM. At times he was a little uneasy
ot she should seek to discover his
whereabous for the purpose of mak-
tag a claim ftor support,-but as the
week wmom and nothing was heard
rOm her be became reamured.
He bad had little diSculty In pro-
eur1g8 work, thanks to Captain Wil-
ames note aeeepting his resignation.
and moe was established as assistant
to the scitvin g teller in a bank with
a saary tf S a week. With this and
the mo a dy In shi possession
he deemed himself rich, and his fitful
ptimim obtained the ascendency once
more o i s al dehavnsant form.
But hi mespe from arrest had been a
Maagon hat had sank In deeply. He
vowed -er agaln under any cireum-
.stane to '"bouw" from the funds
he eadod In the course of his duties.
H -hawed I home racing also know.
lg that the beak o0cials became
aware that he was gambling he would
lose his place that very instant.
After awhle his fellow employees
aefed that Brooks, the spry. genial
Brooks, who bad won the good will of
everybody, as he had in the general
. the Latin-American Steam-
ehip company, manifeted a tendency
toward maooaos; that his face at
tmes sumed an expression of mel-
acholy. Despite hiMs love of self, he
was of those natures which do not
thrive r totude.
He never had eared much for the
eeompalemshin of men. iLs iellUna-
tla always had been toward that of
the oppeelte sex. Accustomed also as
he had been fMr so long to the conso-
latte ad hbene tife. to the thoughtful,
agesMtiMte min-tratpsin and bright
presence of Emma, he was bound
sooner or later to miss her.
*"There's nothlig In this tring alone."
The avowal came oa nilht after he
had spat an evealag at the theater
with two sociable fellow clerks and

Uulmgkers &WEuuinr

D. U. Melver

AlfoeU. Owa


Finu Catets ul Imlb t
All work done by licensed embalm.
ers and fully guaranteed.


Plam and Specieatlonas arnished
Upom Rquest.
1 8aoh 1r 8,L.



Opemis Ilo te LobW of ae Ocala

Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly saultary. Electrle
fans, electric massages.
Hot m.nmi waer aAt R Tmes

I receive dally sn.pments of hole
fresh and salt water fish of the best
varieties. I handle nothing but Ash,.
and handle them right.

pes Me, City MarWet.

mai r.vle

"Your sou has comsemotlos, Me
case is hopeless." These appallg
words were spoken to ee. X -ev
ens, a leading meftrchant of anpeag-
afeld N. C.. by two expet doctm--
one a lungm specialist. The was
shown the wonderful power of Dr.
Kings New Discovery. "After three
weeks use," writes 'r. B levens, -he
wa as weUt as ever. I weadS Mt
tabe all the mmoeyin the wevrd ofW
what It did ftr my broy." imfule .ar
coughs and colds. Its the safest, sur-
est eere ot desperate lag dismas es
earth. M. and SI at all dR&vo
Guarantee atsati. Taia boetm

WATCH LOST-A gold ailed watch
was lost between nte'sm fun shop
and the Buffum quarters. A SIberal
reward for Its return to the Star of-


Mr. Charles R. Brown came up from
Okahumpka to visit his wife and soa
Carl on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Peake drove to
Believlew on Sunday and report hear-
ing a fine Methodist semon by Rev.
J. J. and reeelving a most
cordial reception from the Bealeview
A fine shower visited a part of this
section on Monday afternoon At the
postoffce and about the -enter o
town It was quite heavy, while the
west end got suoe.
Mr. Ernest l& Ricker and wife are
visiting Mr. Ricker's mother and wHI
remata till about Nov. 1st. Mr. Ricker,
who Is chief clerk In the railway mall
transfer service at the unalon station
In Jacksonvlle, came with his wife in
his own launch up the St. Johds and
Oklawaha rivers to Silver Sf iags,
where he left the boat and finthed
the trip by ralL They report having a
moot delightful trip.
Mr. W. Wilson came down from
Gaineville on Monday, retunlag em
Tuesday. While here he was thb
guest of Mr. J. .L Adams.
Editor Bt er of the Star made a
"pop cali in town on Meoday. walk-


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eed at her imtan etat V e
aedt their asim ten, ed oa b

ether, wen s me a wamad t
OmwlIC ob eM- WAb"war-

i t mn rades had m t

e srox n to
Jay own pISM ofr Bu fevem
foun ft was some pime beore be cI
amsepas hi the mat vem.m f
ranked san d whin same malI seat
IL Zha... na b .. an mabfN
ofte a In all that time be 0is not
attempt to see I sum shr san o
Ma fnes rend an sod e its.hd .a

ow he bat h- uhts uha ha beaw
bet to eectht she d was D M wie
ho bekv"Ou that a rWemeas c w l
be brought aboud. Senmat sa~
abe look toumel with Vh
oseo. weoudighe wdte oand aeams.

an lth end h atrot a" deousk bei
th stbe"ger, admj"sted obleetoms in

the t was see tim be iedor he CulK
stNo up coumadtge h. Buto, take
y steps he atel mother, h
Summer had given place to winter
eam returned again "ince nm had
left bhm. In all that timehe hadt way
sakew efwor of her. He bad made&
attempt to see Jimmy Smith or a of
hbs mer friends and amoslateR.
Now he bent his thoughts upoM hew

she *b wrautell mman. e n1
beq contutone a begging hserla
not ippes ridel to t. He at pbee
eaol.s Shoul phep write and o the
a Intehwt hew ad wi e e been a ouldtr or
er ema' believed he would have ol
tcroulent Ia tIpesad ht1er. Bute*
smled by her hateful mother whs al -
ways adsp te him. she might ey o
fame to sea m. et a the bets waye
would be to approeh ber through

Jmt as intermadlap waste, and the me

Brooks apal to his the bher beg m
jealous ob his prosperity and of the
amct that he had oce beo a suitor fwhrh
Emma'stor hand, It hough ealousy po
aoftt of tuh latter JImsy, t s
was rathe the eteec. of envy -
his sceso In n butn& s eversthelm
jitey was *ndw" *-bl* and the more
eBrooks feal ed ths the higher tbe-
came te degr of favor to wthi hei
stred him to It had been obed poei.
not to keep In touch with Jimy, a s.
rious stake. Smith, however, was
such an easny." oulgin, warm hernt-
ed felow that ther would be so if-

se resolve to call I CkMMy.

BelIeS* SIeeM


These Delcious Cadles Cam be Had
Only at the

Court Pharmacy

IcIYER & l*ci

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M.t. de& c ot e a.

tA. w a- atr
a Wte "Ng a a ft a t

1he Bea~ a1 s
wrlar a aomemo a Beso
oary W ,aW e N4asesa !im
ti thetoon 1hMW o a Mes

ad beees te r wed oas a s

by not eve pom-eva a ',1
betra of Mr.t hU aV in t.. r.

aer se rae tret aen d d he adte
NW O eIaa. We m inMsn thbt

Tibe Beevew aead Pes -r teae I
played argame on the ao t tlar-
vew. aaore ts to to av-e .t Pde-i
Was a uVery acrWe faaemts

a noe haut eaef-r I t tae atpr-
teeam s ad d by Get or a
tract otlaneds uan be s sae. M
s of a hte. tat 1" 1%
several days. Wae ar nred, thati
he Intend@ui ding a ha et ambb

The sdelleview and th re ban te |

beeuBcalig h Sor w aoem r ea
played an ame asu mthe ttU ats i-
rTve atol t last to lasva r. iMteea
view. Sure lt to 2 to &Vat P0ed.

has quSle ua sa et raperdt tep
by met h thseuaf of the r ad ,-
uteam paye annot by bearue aro
Oe ob th eairegularmse d. atingh

a serverye bad ear, ll nB lhole .
mn. y.aenaitv. ottM h u a2s w eth

bees cmea haer ter &a te the a
yeam hme oand a m the t t B ar-
has a quWrtersac grapeeit baees

Mand soe that for e frait a tdren
ductvenes cannot be beaten aM the
for esng aofr Mrhs m .al Mto sggm

ing suddent sermoe to oo siad
Touanse tiome wo Bhasetde wthm
weehs brneet aeau erk mn at the
mscal ey recloverie to a thebbaw h
iThe town as had wgvaumeis

pleaidure o the abavUten wlthe
for ne of it resch.. c ahle. etes
bbte mart neg t ReM: w.r Thoe sp-

rake bet home la te he s
a prealed a vert y am e mom anrt
his cet aided ve ytt to u tit the

Ad the dose o th te ataspreada
work ticalhe e press esa a O. hsie
Gale. hsuested thay afteao th s
over and t lnas pet g re h- aool
meeting In the library. An aaddend

pleasure. The of the aftlrseo asd Mthe
inttce leaving ee tae to yearoag
makebar hhomeIn trugdeytwn has

remand e ds opened e a pbed athe

society ase wasfti.ed tgiet anote
in he cose of t he afterneom-

wor the vin, while quit andt met a0.
wGalt rsuggestee d that ashe aouldat t
overtic pants who thoromgwy aethres
hal The somuch admired andMe setm
and the doerseaewdean a spredatt

pIn secreol to mas to give r a coh.
The tableoows ladies wereast

Mesdames T. A. MitcheB. R. BMs.
goos. J. ngs. while qut. m. .t and
D. Pratte. M. J. Polet, W. P. Bitter,
eoittye Proetor. L. Wedlhe M.
wre a daert May Mcwhit lingerie dra e-
owth pale Wellowe and heAa Brndat

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