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 16, 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: VID03299
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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Atlata, Oct. IS-At 6 o'clock yes-
teory afterme the Wters sr
qualky blaekned with rai COMdsO
and withiMa ve males them was a
raf amounting to a elsdbuerst a-
empamed by a Wind bbrwlag afty
to aity mieas an Ir
The heaviest d senveest baUl ever
awn Is Atlanta -ea with the storm
lastina abwt ten
At the Ceah tlem 4eseel" verl
halstoues as big an em ig erased
tbrougb the 1y3 1t br -a -t10
a quarter of an l&h thick.
Within a few mlea. after the
storm lsed more ths a daem hell-
stomns as lare asa4 asied aMlet.
were brought Into the C-statlem dg-
flee. may of them wetghte three to
four ounees, and the blivlrest fve
emunces. One of them bIeOght tom
Howers station, a dbaea of three
miles, welshed nearly law aissee -
arrival and after need a third of it
had Meted.
Tweety-one nea e- ae ofghes s
the Adiltorhm Armory budlg were
broken by big hallsteea and mear
plate glass windows teehg to the west
were cracked or smashed.
I A druggist unhitched tUp amdel to
get them to shelter, teek tem Mshis
drugstore and In their f t over the
storm outside they wrecked
the sod fountain, one ee the hand-
somest In the city.
The property lIess is lm mted at
least $1Mw,-. There w* egmemb-
ties. The stoem luted r twelve
minutes, but the wind dtmIled ad"
held a velocity of fiftya-sn ow an
hour. Pedestrians were blew agaiMst
buildings and It some minneem thru
windows. The covers brsell
were stripped from thm y the haiMl-
stones. me of vWhich iAed fr-

teen ounces. *

Thureday'*a Sermm Kliied6 Pfi Pei-
pis Near the Hietrle-d uL. sML
Memphis. Tenm Oct. IL-Dath ad4
destruction were left I the wake at
the storm which passed eer the Na-
tienal cemetery of the batstlebe ft
ShlIoh at Hambur. Tegft, Tmrsmday
nlght. The stom strude hMmbnrf
ald vicinity with Intlsie ft8y, level-
in store houses and di- a up-
rooting trees a" pbeylay tvec amd
destruction of all kinds. 71lsa6"
and telegr ph pos wee ews dd wa.
The hotel and large sam hbeme at
PittaburA. Landing were destroyed.
The loes of life Ie estimad at fifteen.
Btated dispatches Mem-
phis coafirm vasrees erm- tpofa
of Ufe, personal Injury a-d prwpty
damage resulting from the sorm.
to monetary losm, an ;eumu-la 4 -
mate Is aa yet Impo la of
the ,estms on i reneI a M
throughout which the sterm pa"ed
and Interruption of wire mualga-
One Tow lerned Out
Desmark. ina Madiseon eomW Sa
ably suffered meot. This litte city
was p teealy wiped from the ma.
A ire following the passin t, iof.
storm con lmed the wok otf diesle-
tion. The town Is now -an-ou-a
embers, but few buildings 6s 00 .
At Whitvlle a factory sad cNrch
building were wrecked. At Buford
station the I. & N. depet ad ftreiht
building were destroyed and several
other str.wtures badly damaged. *
Near Mulberry a dwelling aad farm
house on the platation o f ab t Mat*
tow were demolished. A nemre settle-
ment near Wartrace was levte. Gib-
boa Station, Diversburg and Mercer
are other town in Tennessee report-
ing mindoramaw.
The storm played havoc with pan-
tatleu property,. the wind teafeg aSl
fm buildings to bits. SW
trees were uprooted a"d hal Sad 4
heavy downpour of raitl leveH Aep-
tatui. Telephone and tMlegrah ha m-
paaies suffered mteral, l. pepM
of wire beint- to from s he fe-


Two lIWWed ad Veral Ow g wMnm

ta Passteco. O0t. 1.L-Ma. IL C.
Edwards and C. H. AnarRrae were
killed and several othef Inlued s eaa
autmeble accident i the svub et
OaklandK last nlbL All the VUIMs
were In one automobile.
"Tm ow has consumpti is
ease hp. h" tee m m
words were spokes t, Gee. IL Mev-
ems, a leading haat eat f'
seld N. ., by two expert detam-
one a lung specialist. Them was
shown the wm iefal power ef Dr.
KhiWNe New Diwy. "After thrs
weeks use" wnte Mr. leve, -h
was as wel as ever. I wna m t
take all the money in the 1- fW
what It did for my her." ,ftaee -
Pghe mad cods,"Its. Rq s u-M
est are of desperate uha dwA- m,
earth. Me. and $1 at lan d2 t.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial battle


Altoona Pa.. Oct. IL-Having wan-

by local appcatlon, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There s only one way to cure deaf-
new, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafntes is Icaused by an
efanmed eoudition of the mucuog lin-
lag of the Beotachian Tube. When
the tube Is inflamed you have a
rumMbin sound of imperfect hearing.
and when it Is entirely closed, deaf-
sees is the result, and unless the an-
lamnstleiscan be taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever:
nine eases out of ten are caused by
catsarr, which Is nothing but an In-
lamed condition of the mucous our-
We ll hive One Hundred Dollars
for any cae of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
HalFs Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culers ree. F. J. Cheney & Co, To-
lado, Oho. Bold by all druggists. Te.
Take Halrs Family Pills far constlps-
UWa, i
Tamp., FIa., Oct. 1C.-The new hun-
dred-thousand-dollar racing plant of
the Fiedas State Fair Associaton
wtN be opened here ea Thanksgiving
for a meeting of one hundred days.
There will be several large stakes.
Stall room for LW,0 horses will be pro-

DaMello., Pla., Sept. 1st, 190.-I
have sold Halls Texas Wonder of St.
Loul, Me, for- six years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for It It.
a gsule cure for kidney, bladder and
rhaeumtle troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,
Merhant. 40 day's treatment In each

Toung pointer pups for- sale. Apply
to Dr. H. C. Mli. Oklawaha avenue.
There Is a Heap ef eUalm In Being
Able to Deped Upn a Well-
.. hEarned Reputationl
Por month Ocala readers have seen
the constant expression of praise tor
Dri 's Kidney Pills, and read about
the good work they have done in this
locality. Nt another remedy ever pro-
duoed msue eonvincing proof of merit.
Thim. IUnor, Itvlng at 316 Morris
I3, Palatka Fie, says: "A few
mothsm ago I had a severe attack of
lame back. and was forced to stop
wek, I could not bend.over to pick
up anything without suffering In-
tenselyand every quick movement I
made bbuxht on such sharp twinges
it It really seemed as It a knite were
being thrust Into my back. If I stoop-
ed. I could hardly straighten. I used
plasiars and liamnents, but received no
gelWef. I had previously used Doan's
Kidney PiltUls and had received such
beneficial results that I resolved to
try them agala. They cured me and
I have not had any kidney trouble
sine.. I told a friend of this remedy,
sa* he used them with t e same Denoe-
newa results."
Plenty more proof like this from
Oeala people. Call at Tydings & Co.'s
drag store and ask what their custo-
For sale by all dealers. Price
eents. Foster-illbum Co, Buffalo.
New Tork. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
(Special to the Star)
New York
Pineapples: Florida 24's $2.50 *
2.7; We t $ $.40: r's $1.75 6 $2;
Porto Rico 24's $1.765 $2.25; We's
$.L6 2 $:2; M $1.25 O $1.75.
Orapefruit: Florida per box $3 0 $4;
(CaiUtornian per box $2 9 $4.60 Porto
RUc per box $1.50 9 $4.
Omnes: Calif. fancy 34 0 $6.25:
good to choice $2.25 $3.25; Porto
Rieo is 0 L30.
Pineapples: Cuban red Spanish 34'p
SU. 0: W, and Wis $2S 3.25; 40
Ompeftult: Florida boxes all sixes
$4 84,j.
Oranges: lorlda per box $2t.7 9:
Calit. Valoengas fancy per box $3 0
$.25: cholke as to else 2.5 0 $2.1L
Pineapples: Florida per crate $1.75
Grapefrult: Florida per box $2.40
Oranges: Calif. Valencias per box
$.40* @ $4.10.
Pineapples: Red Spanish 24's per
crate $3.L 0 $2; 32"s $1.25 9 $1.75:;
w8 $1 8 1S.50.
Grapefrult: Florida per boy $2M0 *

Pineapples: 1's per crate $3.50 49:
e's 33 3 .a: ars 2S.0@ 9 $2.75:
Wa $2 $2.25.
Orapefrult: Calif. per box $L50 0
Osgeam: Calif. Valencias per box
$.76 $ $3.50.
Pleapples: Florkda 24's per crate
$3.75 9; aW and 3Ws per crate $2.25
Orapefrut: Florida 890s per box $3
e* S 64: 's $4 0: S4's $4 S 4.25.
Oranges: Calif. per box S2.25 9
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Will be Feund a the Top
New York. Oct. 1--Dr. Cook said
yesterday that he would answer in de-
tail BarrUrs affidavit, and bring full
proofs that many of the declarations
are absolutely untrue. He says that he
left records at the top of the mountain.
which can easily be found by any
party making the ascent.
Many persons find tbhsselves af-
fteted with a persistent erah after
an attack of Influenza. As thine oog,
can be promptly cured by thie We af
Chamberlain's Couch Remedy, It
should not be allowed to run mn Wt
It becomes trobuleSome.

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Nerth Carelins Farmer hemlied his
Father-ia-Law sod them Cemated
Himself is His Home
Charlotte, N. C., Oct. 1C.-W. I&
WIse. a wealthy former of ImesLn
county, cut off the head of his father-
in-law. Joseph Hamman. with amn ax
yesterday moniu, then barred the
door of his home. st fire to the fur-
niture and was cremated.
Wise appeared rational a few mo-
ments before the tragedy. but orange
remarks caused his wife's alarm and
with the chMrdo e ran to her fa-
ther's home and awakened him. WIse
met the aged man as he neared the
house and severed NM head complete-
ly with one blow st the ax. rushieng
back Into the houve. broke up the fur-
niture with the same ax and arranged
his own funeral pyre. The tragedy
occurred near Bethqae church, sixW
miles west of I *Tbsteiqt

Pr1miimet Nerth Careina Farmer
KilUediby Hia Se&.
Charlotte, N. C., Oet. 1.-CoL Rob-
ert L. Abernethy, one of the best
known farmers and stock raisers in
North Carolina, was shot and lastant-
ly killed yesterday nl a desperate en-
counter with his so Reube aged 20S.
after the father had made a unasue-
cessful effst to kill the son.
The tragedy osumred at the family
home "Open :ill" farm to Oaston
county, and was witnessed by the wife
and mother.
Abernethy entered his son's room
this morning, precipitated a quarrel
over a trivial matter and drawtgr a
pistol, fred three shots at the boy,
none taking effect. The son grappled
with him and in the fierce hand-to-
hand struggle that ensued the pistol
wa discharged twice, both shots tak-
InH vital effect In the father.
The coroner exonerated the son."
There had been bad blood between the
two because of the farmer's treatment
of his wife. which the son resented.
TT'sM Advies an the Sebject of Stt-
head te New MNxiees and Arisezn
Prescott, ArIt, Oct. 15.-President
Taft won a hearty welcome Into Arl-
sona yesterday by pr.l4lmlng where-
ever he went that he was heartily In
favor of statehood for each of the ter-
ritores of Arizona and New Mexico.
. When the Joyousness that greeted
this statement had died away Mr.
Taft had some sober words for his au-
dience In which he sought to impress
upon them tae necessity for delibera-
tion In framing a state constitution.
He declared that their constitution
should follow the simplicity of the
constitution of the United States and
should be merely fundamental laws
with simple rules of limitations, Mr.
Taft vged the people of Arisona to
profit by what he termed the mistakes
of Oklahoma in constitution making.
He characterized the Oklahoma con-
stitutlon as a "sooloaical garden of
rankss" "I don't mean to say that It
has no good ideas In it," he continued.
"It has. But the Idea of tying down
a legislature with all sorts of limita-
tion, is a mistake which you ought
to profit by."

A Midt Yabb Aged.
Th- ie l yi- --: e- In Dr. Pind
ndim ipel e dkum o te medeinm
rpetea which It eatuem fr amaUve
mediel a roots end bdb le aMUnm
uch batter than leobd woulM. It aea
peeessB midleisiAl prtia M- -ov,
being a valuaae dmalm m trfldti
aamlssI sad matmlinfM. It add
eatlyd f the Blak Cew
Ifcn $Bod ow mge trGos8 lr t
root and Qm'a loa Ih

sway ao Ai,. IM o ta. with weak
,Nhfai.,tlM- s aght.thadt,

Listening to ame people whI pem
of the prets n the or-ang latMy
before e the big beetse me walI
naturally oamade that thbe fnskt re
wIl. picked ad packed Reael and
walked off to market, saving -ao.
portation charges.
The reptatles of the Flrida or.
ange was mae in thee dspd ead a
few notes em the way It wee I
may be of in terst at this time wV
the industry is beirn sev okUSemei
by mExhange methods.
The former mao ers at arge
grove near C1tra remseytom quts
an Interesting story eeeu lm Iits
history. O an o tves at of $USi
capitaL and the prellt, a pl-lu
was created that paid m k l yearlyf.
and for which $S,11 waa eeffed aA
refused the year befte. thea" t
rNined It. Three lar eempan i
combined I bhyin a dredge bent
and rich meek from a nearby ia
was used for fertilser, the east be-
Ing Iuhter and the reasuts fely as
satisfactory as when commerce tfer-
tllter was used.
The white fly attacked these grees,
but spraying eliminated the pest.
lAmen scab ruined an a re of htmm
ome year on the rove, but It was
succesfully treated, and the next
year netted $1.00 for the fruit of a
single are.
The grove was thoroeuly equipped
with power plant Irrsthur system.
and was nearly up to t present
standard in all mesntlals that maze
for prot. It was finely cultivated
and clean as a flower arden trom
weeds and grass. The primary
shbears were used Intellgently. aad In-
sect nests destroyed as soon as they
appeared. If the fruit set too thickly
a portion was removed, easing the
remainder to attati better sie and
quality. ,In shot. it was managed e*
sclentUfd lines throughout Pahers
were obliged to handle the fsrit with
utmost care. and the man who drop-
ped an orange six Mnehes Into his
stck was Mfired prompt An orange
that got on the floor for any reason
never went into shipping ftrit.
Twenty boxes a day was a piker's
stunt for full wage bma. The fruit
was finally made all breht. all In-
sects being eiptinated
It was not necessary to seek a mar-
ket for the product-the buyers
sought their brands at top prices; It
paid royally. So you see after all, we
are only going back to the methods
that buit the or isaed reputation of
the Florids orange te or efforts to
restore that which has been dest or
nmislaid for years, addlan a selling
and distribution system far more
comprehensive than was ever dream-
ed of in "the good old days."
Florida Citrus Exchange.
Many of our readers know these
parties and know they are business
men from the soles of their feet to
the crown of their heads and they are
still in the business and winning out.

are the mot. unwholesome visitors-
even the doctor himself eurses the
luck that compelled Mm to leave hs
comfortable bed. Suppose you try our
method, and keep a big 36C. bottle of
Perry Davis' Painkiller in the hben.
and let the doctor stay In bed and en-
Joy himself.

Edwin N. Barrill Says that the Dotr's
Claim to the Assent of Muent
MoKimley was a Fake
New York. Oct. 1.--The Globe yes-
terday afternoon printed a copy of the
affidavit made by Edwin N, Barrill,
who accompanied Dr. Frederlck A.
Cook at the time he aeneueed hise
reaching the summit of Meount Mc-
Inley. The afftadait was made be-
fore a notary public at Tacema, WasL.
on Oct. 4th, and be Just bhee receiv-
ed In New York.
Barrills affidavit states in effect
that he was the only person present
with Dr. Cook on the date when he
claims to have reached the summit.
and the nearest point to the sumnmit
reached was at least fourteen miles
distant from the summit of that
Amountain, the elevation at no time ex-
ceedingr 1o,0 fetL Barill's affidavit
also bring into question a number of
the photographs which Dr. Cook has
given as representing the summit and
other high altitudes of Mount MeKin-

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9:, -a .at-4ea school. 11611LISsum
a. m.-r- ~V n wih speclel Mmp w Tom. Oct. 1e.-With the o
am-l- ha wn dead list siready rseahing a
... I 3 p. mr-n-Juser society.alo t thirty-eves h"man live, sad
4p. -a-- Te pee's soc y. w thrten ers repared deade

.eia-: L_ v wibmt s c- The o w res sero luotre and as wed
:Iwarwe WeiathNO plaW"dly rnuised, and
VIMsothe property amsase runanlg to
: Gw ar F- Pase a miroe ior mere dollars, the toll at

SB a M matd h af a MO the havocyn aad d Mrto its ae
S. i 9:46.a.. m.-aBnd-r seoel. stes m wch swept middle and we st
S11 IL w--S me -1 "The LOeOSt Tefe A ,Alaoma, and GeorgitS-

S De "portions ofArkd*-- a I South Car-
"X C O u we vt Oseves for eals am." vews lomity as ninreports are received
M :s.P' p.e *e- Tm, Ta oTa their m rmo districts. and as wire
n S~U ammli-siWt W th d. Mre t aki~ng e eo*. toC_ 0-e, wert Is gradually restored
'No -mom as 104to a normal comndtion.
S I f i Mre PThe Ow store een the worsnot that has
aAal a. l e t ee at aL .-ead bool. m g intense inits destroyIng
a 0I I4 he 63"MW. IMoaIt a. t-Preaehi g by Bi op I C fry, and widespread In Its area.
St the M11s p- r aaw u sn, oa te the ~t setme ad Whole secto of countes w& laid
e' .t pMa ,eMs It Im stern Mer I- M MwasteM tow .s destroyed and plan-
m e church. stations greatly damaged.
1 ntasti a t p t -J mior Lagu.- Apparently the storm broke tall
- s had I.s. ,.1601. ... ..Its fury oever middle and west Ten-
S __ As m W. -1. hlhab." whnessee, and proceeded in a southeast-
,npp_ i_ _,AIam A A st corde pal vitation w ery direction across the state Into Al-
N osepry-Ore sous will I t all. lt ia~~s al. make our eras to ama and George uin. al s b the
t wanI a the M hpll dt eaw proprtions of a hurricane. a1 "It came practically without warlng,
-- eand I some places the wind attained
..r_ .ik meed Mt be a velocity of ninety miles ao other.
b -I 7: tW. be tao 86 A. r-Rely satam Many handsome and Imposing state
in a jg b gaj m. 9:M 0A. r f--orieng p rayw. monuments In the Shilob natoal
S- =M.y. g .10d-4 am-4fsey shool. park were torn from their pedestals,
s o*me" i 40 mo sta. Mr. nank 1 a.L u--ta5l and holy oe0' e- and the superitende ans lodge and
mal dbid w swith ser o o. m other buildings were destroyed. The
g e S. n. Jfi- K" wasted t 7:3 p. wm.- ve@ag prayer sad d property damage In this section Is
is +UtwrP itu mn 1Pestimated as SIn ..
L 0J o1 brIatd e A mos Ms plan "The Wire cominmupletion with Stanton-
*pGreat Phlslcnla n the Soul, Still ville, where thirteen lives are report-
Proodole ,e s and Mystkaley Pasment In 5Wely Church and ed to have been lost has not yet been
st ih a hs slur", m, tobee pled at tme" teni. -Jun. the ntaer wished.
a dopoe.", I beier Despairlng Me ." At R sselville. Ala., twenty-seven
mmit eglS be obai. Monday. Wctber I th. 8t. Marzgart's people were seriously., several fatally.
vim o t4 s IwasO eat ledI. Guild will eost at 3:3 p. m. at the njeured,
S.o Wag _eW~ th t.. won te 7 roSde a mSon oc CL. mU, a.tA lye -
I "eWat th6 Whh sr woad ae Jusr uiIt thae residence of Mrs. KEY WEST IS CHEERFUL
e -ee m~ at sewaI -d pa Ian TI-. AA R- -P
S ae. TM m si- s pr e L. ,N H Oda1. O ctober21st.
3mth t tt o W.ia t.e bI asthl te acers me Bleting at 3:e p. m. People are e Rapidly Repairng the
-..ate l tates gued .a l. ao the church,. r amage Deem by the .Ste or
SOON, f t ANNse- the W-ork at *,Key West. Oct. 16.-The Island City
4de Ori a e- e11 ima thaUt 33- iBe -Is re overaing frome the staggeraing blow
Ve 900 m I a-wSah. L e W.I H. Colema, Mi a ter which Iko it received when the tornado
Ol MSo t lwm a the legal res m 10 a6 am-enday ehool. passed over the city the early part of
Our adp so se tre" waith ar thse I p. m. N-JUmir C. K the week. Martial law no longer rules,
*I PoBsB ithat at.lallorbfor1 e 4ewm "what Were the the city eauthories beltpg able to cope
'OW *dus m a e e a be en ft r Thntge Christ promised that with the situation.
ML, s asiba it"-Iles.mostthe Diselple SShould do after His As- Generous responses to the city's call
a*r sM*MoIst wat sa*leasteelaona* for aid has resulted Ia a resumption of
esioneert prope. jwae7: p. rn.Teand The Aoceasenton the work of clearing the streets of
to aMu POOW r t aia t Whieo Inri4s. debris. and as fast aicIt may be done.
*ha dah J a 3ved wtom Wsholters are being built to house the
~* =" govleBderjt hod up a em C ornatest whose protecting roof
Sadaed these sves laIn al sincerity Meets 3 P. m. Topic, "Settaing a wruey asr ftom over their
S tI Ia-n Iby athe mhay sMH ips St 9 N0Dechap T hert, I* Ti 1.Many Individuals have taken up the
so sa o, te tidU alstitps of a oee wokhm, eader work of restoring their homes, and
a e .s -- Wou l e- 0aU0 o we-- j C er prae, altogether the situation has taken on
ats wl I laS anrdToday there is not an idle man In
ago .0IL jul msewt n b- ao "MMWau b ofe te Ihwn-the city who is able to work.
S mjL *a s bthe dP aam f rt. Caioemuso. I The distribution of supplies from
' 0 iud WAS1all asoeop deadt whe G*eau dItW W 10Mthe malin headquarters is under the
to no toot ko Old Testamen studyfour charact- bead of which i Mayor Ft garty. Few bas a cN = M that woM OASt a RiL w books of h athte city and there Is practically no
sON""aat th a wlnk City would get Repots o ittBs conveto disturbing element
wotar rase hihe Paha, Saneed ld TH. MiAVAb. UA NAVAL OPFICERIS SUICIDE
se r hG SMoba TAESORhe* Nerlolk. Va., Oct. 1.-Ueut. Carl A.
s. mid tut Cpt pauamg* lhad bees Judge W. S .bullock returned yes- Rilbster U. V N., N tationed on the
ew 'e lt He tb sle ofthlgnghhaself In his quarters aboard the
Sthe mgely moved ho. Mr. Martie. docket he thought it would tke two Marietta last night. His body was
be _o 1m _aa4 we otry a n e0 0 Ther ewere found hanging from two belt straps
with p--er 13 ttld. 3vIf witness sum- Inhis room at A o'lock this morning.

.qwiu.~Ww~iI.ww. ineda crdt toul and the tmw tim stee of Geronimo Louis and

S141 Jud0e W5A. Al A Sek made a t which he says so mamy alOe and Temple Abernethy, 7 and 8 years old.
SSi about pabM. ty aad uh thigs. eati b ha be ~com- respectively, sons of United States
W a OlIt ShI aGes whet the Ing as a toist town and last s n m Marshal J. R. Abernethy, of Guthrle.
.iof hod dese wlth little broke the record, having over a utha- Okla., arrived here yesterday, having
%BM It Of Its beMtse sa sand visitorslIn their ids, tat covered T7 miles of a trip planned for
". Mm i Mr.* Crm said the apacIr of th place to accommo- them by their father to make them
at e1 ey l eainga et the board for date them. Thi season they are ex- hardy. They had been sixteen days on
Sp agw yvaes thin que&tie- had posting a grater Influx than last. The the road.
p-a.Up M& a 6w-I njij amed to towa nIs beautifully located on the
,. laiwar I- kbt aet.laes. .yet be east sbore of Lake Ketia. Its people -o *ATMER on- n0
.*.a*i op **d** ,b I'D RATHER OIk, DOCT9R,
.1 aa MUin d. an enterprising sad hotel accommo-
e ar go the Iorma- datlons are ood and those who come than have my feet cut off." said M. L.
*e 1-- Mr. that to sped the ta wlt days In Baham of Princevlle, Ill. "But
at e Floridare are ed wth a they you'll de from gangrene (which had
b 1 t10a11 ge tohave a beehk&t ee had -feL The people of Mastis eates away eight toes) If you don't,"
'- Ogea--e datB wMh the reemwes are up sad dointag and everybody Ina saMid all dOctors. Instead he umed
"*. .a-d I tMaiie the towa I either a maaber of ts Backlen' Arnica Salve till wholly
k'Ll a .-ft"t with Mr. booeasting club or aflated with It, and cured. Its cures of eczema, fever
S&t at the result Is they do thibn. ere l sre bolls, burns and piles astound
..Bd- U he- eai ed to take to Zeti., the Lake Region and all the world. 25e. at al druwlst.
IL JR 01 ..% e al0 .. that th 0 ood thina In It.
SW ar o- the If you want a good lead pencil bur
SW~'e tMpre kbut a yet CARD gIW iA sm one of Geris Best, Sc. at the Pest-
% -i *r-a indi M Awat e %a-d Mae Draw -store.
l. wM.NOM i m Uthat om- We take thi method of thaklac D -
banW e f td e te wthheth te pblie threugh th m olaM nsof
a s s.-h-a B-mantr. it waa t our awar fo thMe Mral pat s
***.der *.....a..s... as i aP A N as b.mor ad aa us tbr
'.a mo 4 o nerat nt.s& t he hpat sason IN our bern an W
___ a d a uertalsi wiat I we have not been able to deliver
S .am.~.d I the qa, i- s, a the eotmr eou atry a a
l l pb. s"eM. The b~a* had- whole bouht more r than the
i a- .sher gIW0e t aLvW u B fatoary hol a odeaema I We
ar e d i remseipt of letters giving
a aght Inklinga t Oer 291 pro-
POPULAR NUN duct. amiringas s of the aet that
-_-*th-re will be question U the fo-
S+-~A LA mAn n Wat.W er- tare that we wil be eabed fr. Our
1e a i i4 sU n a iaeOmd mo1910 dloe wll wMhoremdY I W

tth im thele bav the 2"amirale that Ia we
9101010 hamWW~you$"eyN.beaea ee I* $a aet ,s Nvmere a dlve
gee Ine INthe e varIed the same. Our models 1 msad 17
I aaem dom a ~ our will be enetinued. but the hore
., "ewr Je su";-0 power will be Iacreased 30 per e9sL
"lit a mse -we#o We will alse have a model knawn

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"My scalp was in places covered by
patches of dry. scale material and
Itching was IncessantL Since usin
Herplcide all these places have dis-
appeired, my hair Is soft, smooth and
growing. Hair has grown on spots be-
fore but thinly covered."
T. A. MOORE, M. D.. Danean Aria.
"I find that the use of Newbro's
Herplcide stops falling hair and
causes a new growth. I shall certain-
ly continue It." \
Mrs. JAMES f sSVE&sON,
5 Delano St., Poughkeepsle, N. Y.

Election of Ferrer has Maddened the
London, Oct. 1--Charles Stewart.
European manager for the United
Press. gays:
King Alfoos throne Is tottering,
Spain Is seething with Intrigue and a
revolution Is inevitable, although It
will possibly delayed some time, due to
the outbreak over Ferrer's execution
which is believed Imminent. I have
Just returned from a personal Investi-
gation of conditions In Spain. The
situation is one hundred per cent grav-
er than It was during the Barcelona -
outbreak last July. The anticlerical
faction is vastly bigger. The Roman
COholic church controls a vast share
of the country's wealth and the people
are taxed for Its support. King Alton-
so refuses to consent to the separa-
tion of the church and state and if he
persists the downfall of the dynasty
and the establishment of a republic is
Inevitable. The Liberals are in power
In the Cortes and will demand anti-
clerical logislotlm The government
Is conducting a censorship more rigid
than Russia's regarding the misrepre-
senting of conditions In Morocco. An
outbreak is feared at today's meeting
of the Contes."

Marion county grown rustproof and
Burt or Wl-day oats. Z. C. Chambtle

Louis Boon. a leading merchant of
Norway, Mich., writes: "Three bottles
of Foley's Homey and Tar absolutely
cured my boy of a severe cough, and
a neighbor's boy, who was so Ill with
a cold that the doctors gave him up,
was cured by taking oley's Homey
and Tar." Nothing else is as safe
and certain of results. Sold by all

After Thitee m Years a Breeklyn We-
man Fesmd She Had een Dec-
Orating the Wreg rave


--y- - mom

Prevents Falling a1r
i The wrld pays tribute to ortigta Ay. 3v-
eryole wants the oritglaL No matter t you
are buytag, one always seeks the o,~rs ar-
ticle. the real thing, the one that's guaiIe.
Newbro's Herpleldeg the uI amiI
that kills the dandruff germ. The aaeumee-
meat by Profs. Unia and abheuraud of the

discovery of the da-druf ege pree:te--- a
problem and that problem was "how to k the
germ." Herpelide solved It Herplc ids Ithe
nrat, the real genaiae germ deItroyer.
SaId lc in postage for sample and booklet
oa '"The Hair sad Its Care' to Herplede Co.W.
Dept. L. Detroit. Mich.
One Duller 3oW. aft smed pVr bo

AppIleatleo at 0 Bed c Soya.
TYMD1 4 OOMPANY, 6seda Ahmitu

T7HE 004010M

-I have mmon 0

tOvbes tariem t yeir I
I have contlobod Etause"
Infag effter fIt hais igeoT
u!S of Berp(doe..aa*^fM la
a bood dsaal ha n9m
free from the aSpesrano
is a lhxuriant habit
when you have
tomed" ft.
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Might 'Find Something. That Will Intere4 TOIL

NuO Wmsseft Wa' ormr MeaL c L
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p-m WahIrs, end OM it J GhmwW. ;:; !
lfc Wt aes Vanlis Walers, GrabaM
tmwr Ceies, isiWd~rS lI t '

Odeek Tea, 8ifet WyaI. LmO S sk**Jhi


Our Faill Goods are bggnning to come 10 We

wiU have a more Complete Stock this Wlnte
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aSere b ft w atslelIa3mIn ubeeokrys
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MAMBM'WS- -- aUistle od*** h ems a--en Ci
He Inside on LO- O- --
Wm -n--
sIn. the ........

::*.|.", -~. li W t3. L I Wca gt ...... ..... ..... s .
a m e. -than, service on

w-.ia rewi'1a, .esherl P1.. Lum-be CO... .

W~ *'f.. ^ t pai t. W4., salryaorreh. 1t.a- ..

n~BM -IW. B. I M se L dtct. Ceitdeelt ..t
-.M.t i W. A ,.I a ,rt ean anCit mdis-

i a rF L M I .a C IPrace,- T r- ar arwe Co.. e
S It: 011 d Cra distr strict, aamber ad

*0| -~ I 11,I | m A -- 0m11 ,110obe e. ...... ....... ...... ,.Sa

T.T I li ed a. ley. Reddik ds- | srct
=59V wwere mkase We 1. a0a

s* mheol tIgto a spee e t m. district. tld. supplies .. 1.00 I5 d
a r I I t seearyd wc te ud oaIL adW &wSa Ocalao tRddics
4ao""010 au6m1be t1hPan. .adw.r. dwstrI t. WUmbis ....... ..... .75
Pas a stt Ino by nt t hool ise Mrs. W. W Reed Wei redalei

IN 19bee sia\ I make aowe eat n ow ft was Weir p p"ih .h..d. ......o.. t.t e
as M -im"Mad a se the ttheu sgaedweasN M Wta. cMasterstcalrs workie.o
'n. plow ~se evisutthhgwaesh apool aqIg seIn chos :a se................20

.au, 1i811aeu t1 e p An, It g6e &C ? tm, eamAIdtrick di -trs-

K..eBudrick to 1^. am her d e _ % M .... t e. l.c. ..... s.0 -
IL MI, Lo^A. emusm C. L tI b e urd,. L.a TMar inMartde la distreto.
that -th10 Fe inVme Wof" aw a" ahuWWpr dawadaei t i en. ce r_ nI c ard-
-ead lMarti n shoro wtea uap e M,. n s ...... ...... .. .. 1
t lat as assisted t -tesem ar fa R WC. G MchAol y, ReddIok di-
r"eed swth aa Numbe og the sn trict. Nleaw sM!l usppies 1 .. 1.2 .as
t m. Math adscoo .ee"a "ir oegade Mar on Hardware Co., Reddiock
eI number to tb.esan g i-. --at W district w ndow sh...... 1.7
I.g.4IThematterW of M. .. I... rtnm Oca nddistrcts-

.agrd the request r 'rawgI Mi.ns trit. o carpenters work aton i i i i n 1
-.Jes. s aecl appPm b hol houe... ... ... bOdt. .AC Sil..k .WS

,ad.. 4 to preust aer Its Washolngton. Kendrick dtt a m td CyWM LOef Kidi-
atted ae aOssume iher A. i trict, wk k dents I supplies. Tabor
Inormo to cahe h to hega hrd W J. Cooper. D.a. ..o. distret

SMart sin ool Tml dttozbesgl- and stalls and repandringc
6.. ..h o-Ocaal schaoo distrit, lumbte for Mt. Ta-
t OXLE mu*le Iat to Beet wte e I Ir por school house ..........0 xI
apWeat hise rhouao I O WMaro% Lbasters Co. Kendrickng
agreed theata Wmber directed to I distrietIdental p suppliesle. .. 1.95
mralcEared to the hi 1regro hi diOtruet, seadrf suplst...

.a B tion of Mr. It Softueged G. W. Marstia. Candle district
WasllWty dW g tbi a s o1 r PMn ary bn 0 idepart-s 1.
adati for l the appeplI I. nt md Howard Academy 7 .0
s Wa. Was s fi4ra O' ditrictM erasers ...... .. 1.4

ed to r..TaHeiokre. D..Was1adton. Kendrick ba
Gu atfi ~attend school fuaIn. Sm was dis T. Klwok DMnnelion diTaborict t w
ground h ad s ool lr- ber .... ............ 23.00

Si Pond school in called to or d B. MaterCo., Mo Bluffdc
codthe o new bol dstt, windlumber for Mtad ... -
------- 9eiw psom oftheat boad Je beD W& HaP. Oll, Kendrick district.

Kmr Bakwas qrrd that s. L.- 1 to i.autdentalsi to.... .... 5..

2twe" pt ~ h in t the. '.& r of aking an appro-Je J. r
.unthe dslasw. s.a we a d T. King, Donnello n to assit.
Mr. W. IL m. ead oloraed supervI lserta makib the chane requr.....d I.....n s
f te tm a'Kyd school, c alle d to .k the Ocala hsterh schoo l buffldn was
S e for cue doe seat for the bichedial. ly dlascusd and It wa agreed to ... 2.
request was rated.The boarT tpasr epLowell

eAmueas t he ego rn7eret. aeeoud .... half a ...... much would 1
Colored a oo akr fr e aiedp.a by th e ity for the above
e p l D desk to be sp "pedti)npr acett The edprpofi. an appro-
a the pt beg required t dersement from county funds to as ist
W. Ws clupreor ed. Mt. Royl Isel makag the changes required In
t the Wetaaphsl aed to ak for he iOcal heptimberih school buleaving a bal-s
for o ae dooa seats for the scee idly discussed and It was agreed to

Sa" 1 11 11 b ethebsaAc ntted their tewasmher. He w aple of dpriatroct funty funds not to
K0 *A loquest, MW f Mge Be 0& aastned t oed $ St half a mch would *
Ve oath ele abooltask country and district werthe taken
delks to be sMahon.jild t se. Ther o d canceled.

fagfeed top- trI athaolr maora rf t theatere bupse appearing, in Castle Hall,
Report hat the esitut teait was bard adjourned to meet on Tuesday heldever yro Moa n
sa coudtlhom o health to er. ater the prat Monday November. ove Peysers store. A cordial vl
f u-uOB-0 M----! form be dutleed td Probably woald J. H. Brinson. Secretary, welcome to visiting knight s
F ..g- not he tor some weeks. Also that --- san s. C. C.
%mI tiestsh hadIIsupplied dpstrwith Chaer. K.S t K. of Band 8.
eSm. see seer .her.Ister. The s waa direst. ma--E BH IO. HaeYo u rL X
EITEIIC ILPfiorm peerfdati e r dphie b It weold J. R. Brluson Sertae ec t t inights.

supth pyeh rad pp Phe. ery Tueday even

Iul h iIaa.rters. A .ibera te tt. Creek school. called to ask ; as welcome.. 0.-
e s.r a rtnto htar a utt apump some^ b 'Motharo *. M W. L Uolbert, N. G
terial saad some window lbts e sp- HEADACHES M. Little. Secretary.
Spoiled. Reqaet was suaMd. H-ADACH
MOaM CTTO OI .T. J..eerenc"w.ead" pe Mre rsedeH s Cansme From Eye OCAIA ee t
ed a petition asking that a -e e ed ^ a 9 T w"* Iw Tyh OnA Any O e M
M ne t here given to a ee*d. school be granted Ia a comuealW het T reMee TIhe Frem Any Other NO. mA
S e-, --I.tee.. mae al ether per- twi .Mslver fprte an" OWL iB Cauoem P. 0.
s8" bht uin oGe r -" er qso- ues t wasgranted and 1'T. SW Many people suffer Intense pains -
W N the atO e1 Ate. M. UMer a i. ,y .. u p wo w.ahem they could be entirely relieved Meet second Tuesday
ftSINsa the e o the I*do WIgn M m 0 myI 5. 3. l. evening In each mouth
it a he oc Oa .a a n U A PR GLASSES IL .until October. Visit-
..A SLSM1er eseai gaee m OBa t ds .. 60nlugI brethren always welemet
W. anmer.. --requested a apwroSglai The are hundreds of cases that Bradford Webb. Ealted Ruler.
( A& 411pr 4 ChMe tat at pay for the peblishlig S s iuf&e bear but this statement Stephen Jewett. ceta.
f i 2L. easenD Meam of the bard of public maat*ct ( pt Gips e That Relieve the Strain
'A. -*. p pe. At wa?.Talt al DR. D. M. BONEY. OCAIA AIB
Ssi up mad It was agreed. that the board c l tSpal a.N. 1814 F. .
.* ... would pay each paper $2. per mtb O. hoors: 9 to 10 a. m. sad B E a-
N. A NOT",t --el res. 1:20 to 4:20 p. m. Optical office Meets every Wed-
t s .? d latra tory. rooms 2 and 4 Gary neday evenIa at
*in and Diser" mI pf the O.k HUI 8:i icn15 o'ck. Visiting brethren always
........ t the granted his ho welcome. F. W. Ditto. PredetMW.a
ae f-- I AprIfW A. D. N ,w =-mtd. -- '*F.I ff Or A D..,.*BBBBBBBBII
S "* -r e1 the 01- At this time the board proceed to" U. O A.
|U 6* e 5 T IJ. Owen, di i will the Ocala high school buiding to la- The rtaternal Union of America
P at MOW r eesat a aid vwers ad vetigate the condition. Board ad- meets In Yoge' al the secod
I '2W -ine aum 06 admbm- \wS ma f% 0 0Ls6,lm e W 1L 1PrI
e -e i , etim s mn. sd. w e l jo u r se, fo r t he .ey. r "l a oow o u a
R mSmes. m ""--- WedMeaay maes, ont. 4ten I l n. | |. W. M. e
a a skepe. A t The oard met w all embers C. K. aSe. Secretary.
S. I Tea Paet and actien. C Mt
-Ae at 1s at I seflgatlio of Mr. B. C. Webb as 1I&A.A
s. w taustee of the Kendrick saboot was
hd Blreeste l and accepted. adt a .i Marion-Dnn Lodge
SOe ad M ows were audited O. meetad s In the THE CORN CONTEST
,The flMowin'g were ordered paid temple on tL at and This Is the way Dr. Boaer
o f h en that em eo aty tends: thrd Thursday evea- whooping up thq Marion CoCaty y
N ol T M* Ja-y A. D. 1910, tte Ocala News Co., rbber bads S tas of each month. Visiting brothers No wonder hbe says there will be
Sa ahap a *tjz do hoel Wilber Cleveland, office help.. IL. cordially Invited. J. A. Bouvier, W. M. ears of corn exhibited. He is send
| W 09 e*at al mary Ceaoas Obalac Laealmber and Supply CO W. V. Wheeler, Secretary. out cards bearing the following
I*S al to the laal.JeJseeah supplied Oklawaha acheol .. 4LM. fw 3Aee i a YaUBev OCALA CHAPTER 12 3. A. M. rus I.h.. Ton. ...


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We have just received one of i tko s&
Lswn Mower Grinder, a machine
for the pur e of grinding lawn Ou m'.W
does the work perfectly. If y will faw N
your patronage, we guarantee to gpve yoaI
Mower in better condition than the day y4
it. It wll be sharp, and stay shurIe q
old style way, whichfs u uaUy deap A
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Abm~ir hvwaM- Metal&. Almo Green Hides Bought

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I hve 6 aligbtly ued Orgais that -I
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Leading physicians in every sectionI
at the country are adding the weight 1
Oe their Influence in the advascemeat4
of the temperance reform. Here is
the way we well known physician of
New TYrk city. Dr. Frederick Peter-
Is@, takes to spread the truth about
the drink curse among his own pa-
tm ~-- On every per syription blank
Snaod fro hi office Dr. Peterson
a the followtne printed in con-
spleuaes type:
"Aleobol is a poeon.
"It is claimed by some that alRohol
Is a food. If so. It is a poisoned

"The daily regular use of alooboL
even In moderation, often leads to
ehrioaie alcoholism.
"On.e 1 poised less rapidly by the
use of beer than by drinking wtnes.
gin. whisky and brandy.
"Alcohol Is one of the most common
causes of insanity, epilepsy, paraly-
sM, dkteases of the liver and stomach.
drepsy and tuberculosis.
"A father or neether who drinks
nlsouss the children born to them. so
that many die In infancy, while oth-
er grow ap as. Idlots and epileptic."

Seventy-flve per cent. of the crime
committed In Chicago and Cook
county Is due to liquor, gambling and
houes of Ill fame.-John J. Healy.
former state attorney of Cook county.

"The claim of saloonkeepers to free-
dom In their traffic Is the claim to
'spread disease, in. pauperism."-


Eleetlom of dIvtalaS commander.
ClowlBg with soag 4ad prayr.
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-% "O w, e of Putnasm comitr
presented a petition to the heard of
county -maw.mlor paying for. an-
other "wet aad dry" election. The
mmissionmers pf zd to Inspect
the e legturea. three-fourths of which
were thoe of negroes. and h y the
time three prcinctp had been cam-
vased uore than eighty names we.r
stricken from the list. This as di-
beartened the "wets that 9r the
time bein the petition has been
sheved.-Ft. Pierce News.

"I be ew there are at least 2A
gseem In Cdleso where Uquor is eldd
without a Uceuse and that there are
more blind pigs in Chicago today
than there are In Kansas and Maine
mblMmad," are the words of the sec-
retary of the Chicago Law and Order
La~ue, March 1. &IM.
So It doesnt require prohibition to
breed blind pigs nor blind tigers.
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Ninety-two per cent. of thepeople
of Kentucky are living under proldhbi-
tion as a result of their own actions.
Ninety-six counties out of the 1U
ase under prohibitlo and only four
might be termed wholly "wet."

Alcohol and Tubereuleeis
Mr. Jacques, a writer In a late
number of the Revue Scintlflque
(Paris, June 12). shows by statistics
that where most alcohol ls used tu-
bereulosis Is most common. Wher-
ever in Prance the milder alcoholic
drinks, as wine, are used. the ravages
amre Ies than In those provinces where
cider and beer are used, and wheo
brandy is the popular drink, the dif-
ference is still more perceptible.
While we are making a fight ou the
"white plague." we can help in ouar
attaedk by abolishing saloons and
thus decreasing the use of all aleeo-
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Prelen. wi Wktee, Ala.
The payroll of the T. C., I. &I R.
CaO. I :Blo Cto last year waa ,-
*M. t Is the same this year. Last
year through two dospemsarles here
ISUN, was expended every month for
liquor. This Is one-half of the pay-
rol. Remember what happened In
Bleeon laet summer. The aversa
male of beer per month was last year
from 1.600 to 1,700 kegs of eight Sal.-
Ions each.
Now ee! The shipments this year
do not exceed twenty kegs per month,
ad lat Month were only p ove! a
thousand dollars will cover all ex-
penditures per month for beer and
whiskey against the $1t.h0 per,
month last year.
Does prohibition mean anythbtg?
If a more coattend peopulatiaM
better etv and -ctoteal Nbusl.nea In-
terests on th "Iter ,'i "Aim' dBft
MeaMs ~So*g. general Improvement'
0ales liA Up q with partlcaf.y so
prukenas lnd crime, then rohlr-
bitlom ents. ion *

Th6 Opamber of an E xpeOut
The chletof tona asychopace wat.
at ulwevu HMostal, New Tort. Dr.
'Kern 8. Qigory,. s not a temper-
&aum Otata1 p -..Is a sdentife ax-
pert, hai en b lat service at Bthes*
loa sit-a" %M* opinloas are-tAki
&t- aIn tIwoiM of med cal Nemnto
S- This emaneet. physician decrts
that the number of Insane would de-
erese at least one-half If the sa-
loons were to be driven out of exis-
tence iWad tat tlhe savin' to the ateaf
ina o"r expense* = would more tha:
oa. d thi amunt f .revema0e .ow de0..
trend tram lhe I'aer tmaeS. '- .
CaMtlmnutinf, Dr. Gregory say O
..The. fewer saloeas. the fewerr a
th drtao ads the,
number of saloons -depeadw asatly
the number of imihr sad hospitals. If
there were no saloons "a New York
there would be only half as many pa-
tients In the psychopatic ward.
If the same effective results from
problbtUom could be obtained in New
City as have been in certain sections
of Vermont New Hampshire and
Malne, where local option laws -pre-
vail, it would mean to the mtunici-
pality alone a grnat reduction I, the
appropriations for the Increasinga
charity demands.
This Is strong language, coming as
It does from a man who treats 8,50
eases in Vie psychopatic ward of
Bellevue hospital every year.

Hew One Physician Fights the Drink

ue q,,. sr ail s ser sa,

bees a e teamest someta was
ns-elesed e to that m-e.
but Ame arver eand MunMhb-
try was elected useem, san A..
. teed treewer. Mrm. J. i. miam
lad Min little Black were hese
delegates to the state a vestia to
meet" in Plant City In Nevember, with
Mrs. Thea. B. Bamonk ad Mrs. A .
Upham as aermaftes The nest
meelnar of the suian wl be beal Oec
tober Sth.
Mrs. K. a. Upham Pes Car.

P% siden Ton WiM Rod T ism Pi sa
AutonH *s- lo ter a Tome-

Man Antoole. Tea.. Oct. 1l,-P o
maouthbe pupmtlom have een undr
way for the receptiMc s the med-
dent at the Taft ranch, ear Cerpas
ChritL I the four days that he re-
maida om the great estate ka"M -as
"a Qate"aw he wll have gefmg.
hunting. smhta aMd a ehane to ad.
win the be cattle, hie sbther
Charles has dow there, which win be
paraded before hi r the o

1lr fouf days the capital ofthd
uated Sat- esmRi keM u e belo-

mao towns oan the Taft property. X
wWl .he a f ae epertea fy for the
predemti -~ to .rate hum the ft-
tigue .f his loga trip. There is to be
eaw real seclusion for the predaeat,
as Wly a few of the embers ot the
party wl accompear him to the
amanson which Charli P. Taftt has
bpLt. The newspaper Msam aeem*
payas the presMda wNM have thetr
beabn.artem -v7ral m o temra the
ranch, and the -lo emlynemmeateon
wll be the private telegraph and
lants -G&t ia Anfte
Jeaeph r P.area, the m agaeer o
the Taft estate, had evethlia tin
shape a osat & a. The eemrem a.
of the -gsea amv-was the greateet
paslo for Mr. Gre. H e Is comor-
sea with evqrpthg that ie worth
wM s heooe sltok and MaN-

Robe rt Ceaaer.. of Amtl. and
brought -alo ambaher expert Funk
M. LwL o f isan Antemio, to decide
wamhert the pMideat should play gotf.
Th ex.perts. havo declared than lib
to be It. a4 the president should de-
rIv"e new gaxe" ms t there.
Buuthat laethe ly ome of his:re-
creaneths. The presidMmt to. s to
huat wt cats ad ether gate which
abounds aroaL there. Mr. Ores
ascoured. Tezs aad asared a pack of
celedoaeed nM da noted sftr their
gchth n a --_.-a thea language of
.the .nteswr. thee .e"aC* do cat'4
bes t. The Ob. Oq'4v4,U .ave
this teilmlng- hIeattdlu t odunlg"
syflgul boos aind nt9 dark. Bft
he W* a nft 4 h t6 htatt *1 hor-t
baeck. Seierl r" aNatomlqb M re.
cetetr reached theA Taft hatch and
the prelet. I ectd t- e Om t
chase ie taei tae of the. ctwbhoyS
dtownat.r.U noager, ahy at an au-
to.obn, aa 46 of two of these will
alwayL 'be wHh'the president to shiw
hubn bow tree sthe cats and then

, Oadk, OeQft -T a-lneteekac
,nnual onlemat. at th .Flpla d:itsbe

.held at Live Oak OqSober.- and 1l,

teftfble here J-. part. tha l -
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10 aL m.--The convention ill as-
semble In the sauitorium ad wfll be
called to order by the adjutant gem-
eral. -. .- Loe sponsorss and maids
of honor present).
Openintag prayer by the chaplain

Adress of welcome HIa. Cary
A. Hardee. represeflang. the mayor at
Live Qak on the part at the city.
Address of welcome by Camp J. K.
Finnegan No. 1514, by oa. J. E.
Wood. .
Response& by the divislom command-
er. Major Gen. Robert J. Magill.
Muase. -
Roll call of camps.
Appotntmentt of committees 0a cre-
dentals. and reuoltios.
Annual address by .the division
commander. Major Gea. Robert J.
Annual report of the Adjutent gea-
eral and hir of sta H.IL I Love.
Adjeournmet UsBti P. m.
After e Obseleg
Reaaimben at the suatorid at
3 p. A.. called to o rder by ti division
enad.hder. Major Gem. Robert J.

Annual oration by the commander
of Stephen R. Malory Camp, S8am of
Veterans, Hou. I. E Roberson.
Regular order of buimess.
Reports of emmittee on creden-
tials and other eommittee.L,
8 p. m.-Lecture by Heo. A. 0.
Wright on Confederate Navyf. mua-
Ossbaer it
Convention will reassemble at the
auditolum at IS a. .. and will be
called to order by the divblsa com-
mander, Maj. -en. Robert J. MaOIL
Prayer by the chaplain geraml.
Regular order of bslmmMs
Reports of committees a. rsolu-
tion and other co ittee.
Selection of the next place of meet-

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uqder the geneW laws.. of Ir. I Be* 080k. nwifig, w^-
rebtft to %AMPwntlow Iw Vnek dw4L
bwoby nake -and publish the fel- 13 Wft wbW UW ftMON '41W.
lowl". anIcks of Incorporatiou MA atan b&v*'bwMMt& oft tb$W- be aws
proposed eharter: I .

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be Day Remedy Louww, md its Wafter IL D". (On"
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Sees to be transacted J U -t LL. -, "
manufacture a" sell Patent Mae- I NO lug
claM and keep jMd maintain S j&b. B. Bff.'AL 6. Undl@f, Md T. of am
oratory for the production and -, kle to Uss WW kee 'to be
manufacture and coin t P&Md. Ia. a" who
pounding' arti" .*
the same, and keep and owasnal
property and effects as an Incident
to such business.
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The amount of caPital stock a4..,,,
4 amw Wor my baud and sed OC-119004 dt 21"dwo low"Ib.
tborked IS twenty thousand dollart, -oMW tj& the % j th day 61 jWpt"S. plibb-as
which will be divided Into two kusi- jWr,,f, no 8110011or
dred shares of the Par value of me A 4, "1- Vu. HMptM, (no) RM -.rase
hundred dollars fteh, AM Will be pj0WT ftWe Sao of p1WI&& oeNk -.00 am
PH In upon *0 following tam. my esssubal" q Augut in UO.., I
As: Tes thousaM dollam or one- 21. 1911. 09--the dowsaM0110M
hW of tbe cWtal stock VW be BW jisdes St Appaegam SW jeftn bummm at "W deatft,
in Iff. 4L cmveymce of an ot the 4. FINSIMIL e1scleal At iiw~
wqwty and ofteW of the Day Neaft is hogby given tbg en tin qw0ftj ..'
w*.,IL 16--A"wom ve
Remedy Compmy. a co-partnersbip 30th deY of October, 19", the VIM,- 44?0t; J. J. VWL vim PUMMIL
cossoned, of the lucaperators, 412t:
om- derdgued wO aPPlY to tb* 9VV6ftW IL W HISIMPOW& 8 0101013AM*
sisting at a line ot patisst abodleina, of plorma, St Tfta ftwjdj Urer.
an tbolk. Wares and larts. ladled, for LOCSM Patent upon dis forew
Ing unmixed drugs and eompoww. Ing airmen of owponom
now belonging to said co-partmor- piepoe" Charter.
sWp. vbetber In stock or trausIL Walter, EL Day. time- aften is" WW,
and all labels. trade marks, car- Z. 0. Under, Md MY
toom and articles ot drew of saI4 T. I& DdibL A.
zodiefass. now b3longing to mid 9"'
co-partnership, thit Just sad true NOVIM AND BUMV PON G" _MW I ,
valuatlift -ofwMcb fis ber"Y fted MW 6ift-Stw
by the MENOW at the suss of
FW Mak camp sw am& an "a* IL
tft t dollan: the remals-
no" fornmift own" lirlawler AdMap,
der of mid capital stock dmdl be ofs-menthe aid COWMA 0104
pau in cask either Ia can at UM
bow, WrIft to or no as C_ U As
use ot sale turea, or upon In- aenmm, con Own, Lumobw 0--ogh 4
stallumts of tam Per cost cub and Be
the ronabduc Alasty perleent. In Im. Jim
tasudlINGINts of tiss Per cent. of the 0', the
sgsomm of capftu stock subscribeC ARTICLWA OF INIAMPORATIM 4C QW16W, ilbj,
wbm gald stoelCis Issued. it doll IL
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be ftuy Pod am And ChOrGer of 0MIN 000 Mark,

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Odd MM760"M i MOO Tuesnday Lngh.
Boeom ost Wedmea evmadna .
Tablets pencils. 1k. etc. at ahers
Miss A. I'ir' oc of Union. C. C,
Is a aukht of the Oeala House.
.alwe'e. post ards t Weibe, the

L "T Themre wa X arrivals at the Ocal

Boys school sfts and n at

Mr. R. 0. EllisNt GaInesvllle is at
the Montesuma.
Those weddlag presents at Welbe.
the Jewelews.
SJ. M. Welch of Holder is a guest of
the Moutesum.
m t h .Plenty of resh oyste at W. P. Ed-
is fwtcardds'. next to market bunda.

Mr. P. Cate of Grand Island is a
guest of the Montesumea
WANT mD-) ood, steady competent
cook. Apply at 75 South Third street.
Mr. H. H. Keep of Atlanta Is at the
FOR RENT-House on South Third
street. Inquire of D. Walter Hood.
Mr. Dell Moody came up this after-
/ neon from the take.
displayy Tho ladles' gold cuff buttonsare
Right up to now at Weihe the Jeweler's.
Mr. B., D. Means of Galnesville. is at
the Ocala House.
Look over Fishers five and ten-cent

Mr. M. Tucker of Gainesville Is a
guest of the Ocala House. *
STyhose ladles' old cuff buttons are
Right up to now at Welhe the Jewelerfs.
T A Mr. Prank Mathew, left today for
LOR [DA lt Pierce on the East Coasmet.
,__,__,_, Hallowe'en post cards at Welhe, the
Those wedding presents at Weihe.
the Jeweler's.

Mr. Welsh. the ex-liveryman of
Holder, was In town last night.
Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. Ed-
wards', next to market building.
SbThwoe ladlep' gold ruff buttons are
S right up to now at Wleihe the Jeweler's.

Pennasylvania Grit and other leading
newspaper" and magazines at Bal-
lard's news stand.
Mr. Kunze of Miami was in the citsy
today vis.ltng his brother. F. W.
Kunse. the grocer.
Palmer's Garland Cold Cream In tSc.
i and Sc. Jars at the Postoffice Drug-
Mr. J. K. Dickson of tRis city and
Atlanta. Is In town, a guest of. the
Oeala House.

Sterling Silver and cut glass for
wedding at Weihe, the.

Miss Jessie Wilson went up to Red-
dick this morning to spend Sunday
with her parents.
If you want a good lead pencil buy

d d reverse magneto, alao gas lamps U-e Gg,* B c.. at the Post-
\ *i- -uar an"rv andg.enerators included In the equip- D, re.
o* -- met. -
'; Mr. W. G. Davis of Trilby. formerly
S with the Sumner Lumber Co. at Zuber.

..,questionably the greatest t
m oto w es f or Use Palmer's Lotion after shavitn.
offered in motor cars for snib. ,..oat thoeotoi

S .";' Mr. Louis J. Brumby continues 11 at
n 11 ./ the hospital but his friends hope he
S-ar combnesll the wi be ou gain n a few das.
A WANTED-A first-class young Jer-
.ve and appro ved 1if1 a sey cow giving mlk. Apply to IL C.
r s at price w ithin t eJones at the Oeaa Bottling Works.
at price within thereachof Mrs. H. o itS is ow at Ase-

SCatalogues for distribution. e, N. C, where she wil rema 'for
A E SThe best p skwge of paper lim
eleoth l s esuts e pournM and
-t Mr. C. L. BlIttinger and others from
S' C, 1. U HILL, MU a, (Oala went to the great school rally
Sat Pedro today.
I- if you wat a good lead pencil buy
. M F. parts and accenories always in stock. one o rg e. at the Post-

wedding presentsat at Welbe, the
Wo have a few Mhoe of eaception- If you are suffering from billous-e jeeler's.
adt 1a" ttlg paper. Drop an and ness, constipation, lndgestion. chron-
-e a Iek at them. The Poetofice c headachbe, Invest one cent In a poa- Mr. T R. Pritchett of Candler. was
B ries tal card. send to Chamberlain Medl in tow'yesterday, a guest of the
clne CO., Des Motoes, Iowa. with your Montesuma.
o Raudo epacter-Star says the name and address plainly on the back
-oe sdslee of the 12th was S~d they will forward you a free R. C. Davs a Co., or Jacksonville,
gest eg ral. hundred example of Chamberlain's Stomach and handle silk typewriter ritbone, Tie.
eole we"t from that city to ver Tablets. eac:; g87. per doamn
a tahe ry. thue and concert
-I iM i invit~ie of the day In (ELECTRIC LIGHT anll colds are quickly cured by Fo-
.-mas FIXTURE FOR ALE ley's Homey and Tar. the great throat
An elegant electric light fixture, sd lung remedy. The genuine con-
S. i @OOD.-Ra WOOD east $s1. wiU sell for a small portion talus o harmful drugs. Sold by all
S--- of Its cast. Is to ine condition. Ap- druggists.
~ak m a es ses-r ad oet to arMessrs. a K. Jordan of Gainesville
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pro bly know.
Upon her return from her summer's
vacation your first act should be to
call at the Court Pharmacy and buy
your sweetheart a box of that delic-
lou Bell Meade candy. "Sweets to
the sweet," you know.
Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. Ed-
wards', next to market buidldng.
Most women are troubled wtth kid-
ney eeomplaint, and you know very
many serious and even fatal diseases
result from thee naeglcte kidey
troubles. If you will take DeWitts
Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed,
you may be confident A good results.
Try them and see bow really good
they are. Beware of I ultatm pills
that are Intended to deceive you. Be
sure you get DeWltt. Sold by all
FOR SALE-Fay-Sholes typewriter
In good condition. Has only been
used a short time. Will sell for S,.
eash. Address Box 211 Ocala. It
FOR SABIJ A splendid Wellington
upright plano, nearly new, perfect
order. $110, easy terms. Several ued
organs for almost nothlan. Write or
phone me. 328. I have no store. A. M.

A gentleman who has had thirty odd
years' experience operating both band
and circular saw mills desires pol-
tion with reliable concern. Answer

Mr. RafhardB ook, ages about 2"t
years died at U oVlsk this meurn
Ilag at ha ishomet is th, tha
part of the clty. ftm mm i... Mr.
Reed had been Is very por health for
veral years, but ut very oa ty
had Ibe able to be up and out mst
of the tie.
Mr. Reed was omarpwrndao sty..
coming to Oeala to resie about five
years ago. Ho was a well educated
liked and cIhdy repected by a who
know him. He wasa ery retlrea and
modesutbut to those who knew hi
his friendship wa higlly valued. He
was formerly In the msrn tfbusa-
ness, but for several years B health
had not permitted o hism ~gr In
any active business.
Mr. Reed wa married about six
years ago to Miss Mifate Bae y of
this eity, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John eX Balley. TThe ft dad of the
family and the anammsanent of the
Star extend their heart-felt sympa-
thy to the bereaved widow.
Mesers. Melver & MacKay have
charge of the funeral as i llgmens.

For many years, In act, loger than
most of the present residents can re-
member, the block of land In the rear
of the B LMasters store and known
as "-Rotten Row." was a diaee aend
an eye sore and formerly was a nest of
dives ad a harbor for eviltt deed bev-
al years ago part of the property
burned down. Dr. C. R. Tydlas soon
afterwards bought the north bhat of
the block and put up some good busi-
ness property and a long tenement
house built In a neat style with good
material. Later on be bought the
south half of the block and.ha had a
cement sidewalk laid and Is bullding a
40xt business house on the southwest
corner. This building will be two
stories high and on the second floor
will be flats for colored tenants. Dr.
Tydings will build another building
east of .this, as soon as the present one
under construction Is completed, and
then erect four small stores two store
high. but only twenty feet deep, be-
tween and connection them. This up-
per story will be all In flats and con-
nected, yet an separate apartments. I
will be one large colored tenement
house. The stores, both large and
small, were nearly all rented by the
time the contract was let. On the
southeast corner of the block and ex-
tending west to these wooden struc-
tures. Dr. Tydnlag will soon build a
large. two-story double brick block. He
will also build another or two more
long tenement cottages similar to the
one built some time since on the north-
west corner of the block, which will
utilize the entire space od briel In a
handsome rental when all are com-
pleted and the property rented.

The Rebekahs held an InterestIng
and well attended meeting at Tonge's
hall last night. Mr. L. Ballard was
elected secretary and other Important
business was attended to. A most ap-
petising supper was served and done
full justice to. The viands consisted'
of pllau. bread,. pickles cake of Fev-
eral kind% and lemonade. The solids
were provided by Sisters Fennell. Cole,
Tonge and Brown, and the lemonade
by Brother Ballard. It was a most
pleasant occasion. The nelt meeting
of the lodge will be hea d ertday ev-
ening. Nov. 1Pth.

280-acre farm with good buildlMng.
two good mules. al kinds farm Imple-
ments an and lot of feed. Plenty good
wood and land of the best hammock.
South of Oeala. one mile off splendid
hard road. This must go at once and
the price will suprise you. Apply at
once to this office.

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms: ev-
erything new and convenient: bath
on same floor. Mrs. C. P. Moore.
WisterIt building, 15 North Second
street, west. 112-2, pd.
Young man, w oMing announce-
ments are in order. 2f you want yours
to soon be made. dom't fell to take her
a box of Belle Mead Sweets every ev-
enuun when you calL They are to be
had only at the Court Pharmacy.
There Is no game law alsnst any
One huntngr for PLANKS CHILL
TONIC. Its guaranteed to cure ma-
laria, chills and fever. Price 25 cents
per bottle. Ask your dealer; hell

killed pharmacists and the pi
dru to compound them. Ty
Thomas Sexton visited ist ft
Ocala Saturday. We do not be
will ever quit braggli about t
baby who recently put In an
ace at his bome.-Inverness



Buy Oram lhro,
to Its amL. You
no me foritw than 0o
High grade Flor.
ary pound a it gu
teed to be the bait
can be made from
Wiatar wheat 8L "



The wet or dry election
county Tuesday resDted It a
Ity of in for the drya.
A desirable builduag lt ne
Becod (Mst Adame) tret,
the Jewish synagoge. Addn
Is, city.
A cook wanted for restee
at B k Cate.
Betginning Monday, October
can be foud during balnuea
in the'Law ULbrary in the Me
block, prepared to do all m
teaographie work a"d type
Mary K. I
Thoe. wedding presents at
the Jeweler's. 4

We have In our frni* smu
liable garea nd flower seeds
plaatlng. Tydingo & Co.
N. H. Brown, an attorney, o
eld, Va., writes: "We have U
Kag's New Uie Pills for ye
fAnd them such good family a
we wouldn't be without them
chills, constipation,.. billoum
ick headache they work weudi
at all druggists
Fbr rent, a completely ta
snail cottage on att side a
Weir. Apply at Star office.


a se

For high grade work of a
of painting, paperhanging a*
oratia., at the bhinhesta l
cheap John work) with a full
fieent corps of decorator, call
leer & MacKay's.
The citizens of Oeala are p
lug the railroad commil-on fo
union depot. If the bulldlng
coest more than ftty dollars t
apt to get IL Otherwie, nIt.-
ness Chronicle.
All of tie high sobe*I books a

Mr. F. Fits, Oneonta,

Laxative, and I think It i. t
remedy for constIpation an
trouble." Foley'. Orino Lax
mld, pleasant and efectie,. a.
habitual constipation. Sold
We want your prescirptio
and are prepared to offer you t

he -- They nave a mae son, born a week ago -'
met today. Both mother and boy are do- n --,.
s a ~I f"i nelyb and will soon come home Jo
00 Jacksonville. of lie. I

muy in Ha lowe'en post cards at Welbe, the agaa gSUS I
ileve he Jewele ara a ra.
appear- Mr M b d. who has been recup- Adds P. 0. J i
Chr5n- erating at White Springs for the pua at the Sta EO .
two weeks, returned home last alnght Ocaa. i -o'
a ad has been greatly benefited by the ,

wedding preseatsat at Weihe, the -g pht ow Ot a './
jewelers. mf a e ef^nr
..als or filenge e-p s g _m
so" Ow... send ms' m. *'h e -aI ,,
Mr. H. Hirsh. of the -Hub" at Duna- m.k 0hb. m -
nellon and Jacksonville. was in town '
last night and went on to Duanello- contyl- beeliet &. -:. a
this morning. il
The Iradtng on North Maognoia
street is beina pushed ahead and te -
sand cushion will follow I a few A CAUiO IA iI -
The vitrified brick have nearly al arl .A rA, .
Srived sad are piled along the sidewalk
and the workmen will soon be ready hWn
to lay them. nw nfer* im i- V% at ow
Vaey former, hasJeft not a two.
Holeproof Hose for ladies. guarm-*I th e g aei e
Steed for six months without holes, at b t rs. T e tatke SS '
.pelt Mrs. R nemy k u-r .f. 'at
her pests to less than as hour a- a
Miss Dora A. White, of isMex.N. Y, 2 9 he Claim Tr .--:
L arrived in Ocala lat nsht and -



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1*" C thhe baAir ainoe s ev e'g an
p oght. a O ovmb s t
hine wil at meol s t A -

%Ds- v 1" lw.

T heae enas m1rr1a atewathe Ia

uar. cfu -tea ot te as eg.iv hee -L
apee oa Mor ane y owse leaso me et'(
Y tamin wthta e sslas% hmeld an

Una rs dat "nosther hds an abt aewgoe
mwer-howe wtrie t taa o -
North Mr. Walter Tuinte welv e s a -
oppestae Air Deme after the 5 t- C:. Lw*e iW
as Bx albet. On November lat h Nplftb OCiLA sii
Theater, lad as snig at the wemthe as "d o -aIs W.

TsreaeINoentsp Mr. Tmoe]hMrT I Rowf

SApply wtloee thos n te Air Det the whoeat Ih .

Sand Moer Men. esrW Ha gyd a an

---f "Fy Fe Pw t r to- -_-we s. aWhit ee/ I.b" :4,

for tb Wille duoek and Rtiph Rohlnsek nIW. PIto Il H
Mr. .-a-K-y was assisted, af-ept bha -s- W"f +d+ :.s" )
covered from his surprise. In enter- to '4 cYsH0Il-iar M-

pl easen and the one that deleted -. J
hI eI rt of the e .e toe "o-as i t -"o"
Spresentation to him of a lovely stick the au"-- e.
rIta. pin as a tell imonwial of the nood will . I"ge a
Bogle-aed-George S-eJr.. "a".prise Sillian i

Wo^ respect In which he s held and as a BOARDEas w
Sreminder othate another birthday had or coe e

marked his p .ewm t manhood. The IHi -s ...
Iocaso" a a vry enjoyable one. AV. V

W eS Mr. eN Wt HIl manager of the d ss -. 4
rn Mrhed. Gnesville Motoa Csr Co.a drove d after btm

E. M. F. "W' touringcear. which he had
oust delivered to Mr. r. Medin of oMprf S
D Ga er. v M The run was made mo ethe nt
ar two heasours and 1 mutes the whole that the
-,L+ ,- pe, and for a perfect- I -'" ^ fa,
I .e bear oth itoa nood reord. The J-. n 'P IsM
. dlM presentations Mary Medln Pearl yS M1itoeA.-
ss Colson, as a testimonial of the O town yesterday afteWill.
ers. noon. trespektin dinner In theld Brick Citya a a* cu
remind then left atnor home. rth Sd deliver -
markedhist propatoer eantend the ber

S30 l. on was a tried before Jone Apl

"Lye. yesterday morning on a charge I
Mr. ran W.Ri some taie ao. T he M -
ra lbe diGapearineile Motof the Car Co, drove he dwa sPattersS

doEsn' quickly acouitted. Mr. whicah be waa d i yen
ey re rjust delivered to Mr. ela. bt recently has ofe- *
Gal sided H was madey In tr xmnuths
twofriend hours e by whom the chaste woleas
AY wnbelleveable frompos the fiMrst. I D4*
pet t MreIM. 0. Connor, manaPer or Per i
S olan,. Oscar Med in today Mr. HI the south- sr aftm
er part ofvisited to spend Sunday fore-
and the nleft famoly e. Mll at tdever
Missn _eae Porter in expected home

Sliver Mr. Jamwts B. Roach the popular a. w2 M
ve tads ding freght agent for the Ce.
oGd etor Ymwgs ralay an theNS oW cean 'I
at- of pal ofpany20 bushels tea own ft f a

Mr day. Mr. oac has juomt imetundfrom .

* work Roadch have bee d setnprov e time. Par* m' I'

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tighr op erator a charge assisted by competent teachers.
S ll pIi apel g, letter-writtg and ofe practice with
- a a telegmph. ate tso from the conee direct to
a Ma&- Three moath. 2$: life cbolarshlp $4. BerUd
mob a mom.wter now.

The Brush, Runabout

- qwluaf l t t te a the a sO h. 1.Toma em t descrp-
e = e. a nlli em rwmilg

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W l m: et& Pveteet Thei -iterests by Dmling with Memboef of the

Ctional League of

iCommission Merchants


Smith mtght have expected him and Opees late dhe la o, CCt e O&alSamI faver. Will yol rev
regarded hi presence as an ordinary -oma. 'e, ft da aIytahi within te 0
thig for all the tone of his response Ofers the very best semrvae ofb d tea e." I
to the salutation indicated. killed workmen with modern ap.- kDIw yO wmln't reaam. 1 wa#q
"Mow have you been all this timer* pliances. Strictly aaltary. OElectrie y to me omama lope-ot witi her
"About as usuaL How have you tans, electric damages. mother and Beth aread; they'd
beea settltg on? Take a chair, won't Ho ta W eM An T e Wything. I want you to ask her to
year let byoem be bygme and come ba bo
He did not see the basd that Brooks VICE TQ C. DEiTreaCH. Mm-u to me. We'l begla all ever aga, ad Bt
extended for the reason that he was thIs time we'll bego right. Te er
relltg up the plane that had been THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN I'm w ellne. L a head aof the sma
rtehd before him. E I' p t m by-e e ad mve
Brooks ast down In the only other t-adn a good place. There' l I m
aimhad on the same side of the ta- hal paullg i e thar was Jo
iMe On entering he had been very the old tise. sTe her I2 mre maS y
ar His customary aplomb re- e the I e 1u a m gor w little N-O
vived as he found that Smith was ap- an-destandtag-iery and umeiah
parently the ame oa Jlmsy. Tenl her I Ie" her more than ever
"Oh, Iae," he replied. Thought I'd a that aewmfset al w
Jst drop to m you and see bow things Intad"
Itbanksh Bave a cigar.:' OurfIce by our new proV es o Is tres 4 ad put na, go" w
Smith pused the box toward hIm, tem nature of e iht to te -pnm~ or e-4 asit it
sad be hied himself to one and lit It t al and as pure as can be made. Wefr h uWil "a to y
"I feel, Ike I owe an apology for guarantee It to last longer. w w a wa't to say a s ene. T ea
eept outt of the way so on. I know Ash thinks a v hole lot of yu.
mppose yyo wuomend what bad be. BUY FROM THE BLUE WAGONS Wi yu do thils or mer
eome of me." And Net he Disappointed i en i "Te, yak do It, Joe."
"I have ,ten .waj" AreA Qulity "Saet"
"Welk you me. I was Sort of t p -Le ee; this is Tuelait. m1 e
after the way Emma left me. i tndy-qu em purpo." ,-I
eoqgh to make ameel ore Theree Brooks wet to him and aeed h
was no exce for It. Then 've been IMl T & TATYId an wIth both his Own.
awfully bor. I get a job In a bank, oeK "Jmy. you aie the best ever!- he
as e,,tanet receiving teller at a real exclaemed fervetly. "I knew I could
living aleay. A fellow Isn't ground -- - ount a you. 1l never foret t A
down there, and there's a chance to I turn yoSe dog t e-aever! And iuhk
got am. There treat you like a gentle-I P* mA 1m. .n..-.u.. ia ... . aw. ar or b-v


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-Te.m u sM WarmM ?" ri"We wA o I P At ag
D N "W dho eoee wMl I eept Smmy Ia M0"r 1 0 1"
PA N-Ie sm m Iast-tiawr p'-m. ar 4edt oa Si-
SwIhe was weUl at ltt pfee. -- WO Oat .."m
PA i 1: N uThmer Mlssawterpsom, iasthe eft f Wthat M t trl 7
"eum adt Brks a tl a heam What d ayi thkIlCmOiSan "
FULL -cec. -a-"sM see "mea
FULL ^i we"Oat be happy t aay bthar ldr b-a! l %kmI
w bi-e we" 8n, mknatt pSbarookst a---tbae1 10 -N-DY "elog"n S
Froasm M9mms es 604 U Wt toosam ,ba, s--,, .a

ni...m. "Ym ought to me the t am PM l b I
*0*0a w. el m |. I lo-- I--0 -
Came little qIarter. I have hV To T-f i a--

want youe to heme ao idd in a.obtahm weeve a s ato am --
WWS9 W., *4kW f *. V Youll come n .G @M -_ -b- --- a_ s ..o
=AP =We've got to provide -1-,-- -6-- -m-
formore boate, nd I'm a b man. I i Ewei-
DI stia liInem tr- rn sM mnrt.tYObk em oM mes fow m' msa lee Manya quiet exterior awhie" J= It' K B0"0 ,3 t.m do ~ a
SmoMde i of^ volanick jM ^- u- t ^ I ftl n "M 0 i Ae
io at atnever ael teaned mI 'ms .a"w fts my
of eas became sebestbe then Jimti lt me. t let me kw yea're ly astualowwv dthtM106

unm ie a 'r *hirs was wal as dt oi. Ul e eaotlwd.. Meaaor
sat 0le Manb" wlbed e wa t cps- ofcom. ta'*" 1 er u, l e a
o tl ea hapld ose tal r w f otim hundredthto th i e w a -w s* to ep S ii e
Irt laW I flfe em a la scale hiab pta wane re to was taitrohm e fnM Is aet tIeaat pw *
thaGve eh c woman u w i last neard about her t t." o hrt te IM t rl s.-
the a ons tt a the thi T he y wif reent..II ter*bM01*Sta? f.. -1 -WCOd wr 011 1* fod, t
wah ihttey wmtbased, tthe aI oestand to Smith s on after t her t e r T e y I Tm-
wealth an a womn responsive In the tyewarlo tll. II v i -a rI tew
ame Am@to the, Prooddevot "YO. ti. Agot that. I s'ebe" e mad m n wio io w Ya Mit in m. w
ned to the inds deetit h4imc it with a nod at the head. & ae tomthd"m
oad laip Mm o which be wase ca M_ coos4 _11" M _
.s 9iw ma ehave developed Io "How IsO he. by the byer e-iLr hs'-eka
timg Imtme anpd ro oat tae ."o At last b ,e had brought the iver
- or a gae t "captain of Industry, thItai T n't we e yen. i. e e Calk-
catafly ome m ate wata -inr "onmadowherweswllntedL tlMa "it anyt ea.b a a ML 1 L
bLut Gthen eofoh a w somanrn an s h di al rit wo &thght ye at knt WoultIt turn
thoniutt Gwies a har womrean I led ardabouther." aa mo e. s I esetas
st- antd .oraad slf control have woen a abt d ?b? W '~at *. g9 th wi tarh
b a 1Ns 8 to a positlom that owuld ti. I have,' se te Ser "low@ Slit I 1-- Si- ar
have abled h U w to lt i 1 eAll str haet. thsmft me to o ar 't
e with the hat two thrat ose ot roo o f tn tha m wo
bad fmindmd him day A. MiB aooks could Bf coacel hi dp MI
As It wsm, te had banished dayoi m tvn atmy He m tf nek" at
dreaming from his plan of ex'twe _"Werear they __sylog? In It or la" UK at Y__ LW
He had bnld a ridd lie oC fdemar ftca i heciy ae tsg?"MIabtby it or -t 5 A I'v
itw right a"d wr ng for t theJve the h ter da
gevermfe of he own conduct that he yI ftiel e a ea l m rlyst eit Oadl te
S permitted himself to overstep hook Itf my es ia wo i mWt i r l-
but the tailingsofTntheaabewasproee d te g oingt to. wee a bot"Oa
to comidoe enad ever was reedy toYa sl W It m eMaR I d mwPt ay I'm
e tIl forth a hand and help a weak. IKU N WuIde uWW in@y? What me t. Ies nawldy -
S to ttlfs ltrer. I ht.t hWaatmetod t
Jimy ocopied two ftunished rooms oM. I t
tI a an. quiet boarding housL He "yobIevmcy.J
ae lived In the place ever amme hist or T n Juran r.

"ro. .I ore. wth an my r e s.
ITA ALL Aml Yt keep r ht em the way
y & Ah aow yo kaw hi MO
Ir IfeiA bo It, co m right m le outan
Te I CO C MME Cna CI oL - I nt to know abt no
O1ly #A dthe emma. It a year nosw dne she-
"I never pastel d I woa4t stand

/ Rhee CLUB Jimay .madeo remark._
STo u the ofM. wDo they eveat

T.iAE, a. a bot me?", I
SThey have n vw metiomld eyou I
NotV S Door to the Westrlmy P1-me e iene the miht 3lm left
S" wrI ne v aer el e .ed.m Buea woul dsulk
orso| a&nd D3el. i7 bet sp as slck and tired .
l-. AB W k I of thisbu "J si es a I am. If ae ain't
had esm b c the oad wows and that
a M little add ct qa B th by this
It Cs Ptet Brooks I'm o go h Upon Re r. I now
-n temThey 4"M have halted hertto

NW, eito l| i Wetr Uwe .'Mybe, I t If they have aheH mhn
st s|e p77 sTeleaapl r0 Mn thme hout It, emS she eet cral y "AM .
et f rIe~la lejp when Brooki opeitd w i .. hel coe Ita n 's yo u'dap
S [A; ly" All W eek uerea t ed W hit "Jim y, I IMet hur. Tel me

tdr. Heloowee upe o ME A
wh a w*e o earpra a te you m wpingly eaough, bet sher .
---lla lm l for yo cag me here. na r nt to ge ..
It was here that Brooks found him Upont ased the ash fom ht er em to a
Ji, digar in mouth, wa wwklng - The stx year. Jse"s het m- "--nd



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