Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 10 20, 1909
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03302
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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New York. Oct. --Dr. Thems
Derilek ot Washlstom, N. J, who
was s urgen -e the Peary'polar m
pediNtie ofUK 1 decias that Com--
mander Pary was gulty at ioaccua-
elsa -pubihba Dr. Cooks own
nmap of the Arctic rg.eas.
a KA3. Pry hab a-eemwt-ly
PUe Ihe to the whole world Dr.
Cook's w me ," sM Dr. Dedre.k.
"This hIccurate eproductio of Dr.
. Cooks map is published by Mr. Pary
alesgsde of his (Pearys)) reproduc-
tion of the kimo map as an arg a-
mebt to discredit r. Cook. These
mape wee sent to the daily papers
at every state of the Uniea.
"They prove that If Mr. Peary Is
Incapable of reprodueing Dr. Cooks
map. whicb has ben published tre-
questly, thm Mr. Peary must stand
elf-condemned as incapable of re-
prodidag the BEdk o sledge driver'
ap. Tbre ais only one deduction
possible, and that is what we do not
now know. that Mr. Peary has really
give us the wklmo's map.
"Whether purposely or a in go-
raaMe, he la. Inexueasable and bMame-
worthy. By the monumetal mistake
in these twin moaa be haa made him-
self forever ridiculous.
"Amund Rlime Lad is seventy
mIles long and ffty-three miles wide,
situated west of Alekxader Heiberg
LaLd. Amrund .Rinnes Land, North
Cornwall Land and OrInneil Peninsula
lie one below the other. In the order
named. Dr. Cook maps himself as
coming down weat of these lands. Mr.
Peary reproduces the map with Dr.
ok coming down east of them.
"Dr Cook's narrative says he pass-
ed west o( Amund Ringaes Land and
Grinnell Peninsula.
"At Jones Sound Peary's reproduc-
tion has aa Inaeeuracy of 106 miles."


WORDS TO FREEZE THE SOUL


*Tour son has consumption. His
ease Is hepelesM." Theee appalling
wards were spoken to Geo, Bler-
ens a leading merchant of Spring-
ield, N. C, by two opert doctors-
one a lung speelalist. Then was
shown the wonderful power of Dr.
King's New Discovery. 'After three
weeks use," bites Mr. Blevens, "he
was as well as ever. I would not
take all the money to the word for
what it did for my boy." Infallible for
coughed and eolds, its the safest, sur-
est cure of desperate lung diseases on
earth. Me. and $1 at alt druggists.
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle
free.

ALFONSO IS GREATLY INCENSED
Spanish KiPg- has Had a Violent
Quarrel with Nis Premier Over
the BEastion *( Fewr
Paris,.Oot 20.-A special from Mad-
rid mars that King Alfonso has had a
violent quarrel withthe premier be-
cause of the latter's failure to give
his majesty an opportunity to exer-
cise the royal prerogative of pardon
In the case of Prb esmor Ferrer, who
was shot to death last week for his
reported connection with the Barce-
lona insurrectionary movement.
The dispatch states that as soon as
the king learned of the execution of
rerrer be sent for the premier and
told him plainly that a grave error
had been made.
Alfonso is said to greatly regret the
death of Ferrer and anticipated the
great- excitement that has followed
the execution. It in further stated
that the resignation of the premier Is
likely to follow his breach with the
king.

NOTH OYSv SAVED
Louis Boon, a leading merchant of
Norway. Mich., writes: "Three bottles
of oley's Honey and Tar absolutely
cured my boy of a severe couh. and
a neighbor's boy, who was so Ill with
a cold that the doctors gave him aup
was cured by taking Foeys Honey
and Tar." Nothing else W as safe
and certain of results. Sold by all
druggists.
MURDER PR SUICIDE?
Sheleten f a Yeng Gir Found in the
Leg island Wqedq
New York. Oct. 2.-The bleahobed
skeleton of a yopng woman, partly
covered by shreds of linen which
once were parK of her clothing, was
found yesterday In a lonely stretch of
woodland near blip. Long Island. The
cononer's Jury found nothing to whIch
the Identity of the young woman
could be established. Close to the
skull was a thick mass of blonde hair.
tied with fragments of a big girlish
bow of ribbon. The teeth were wel
cared for, with several gold llinigs.
It was evident that the victim had
been dead for-about a year. The skull
was intact, showing no marks of vio-
lence. aid it is Impossible to ascertain
whether it Is a case of suicide or a
mysterious murder.


You need not be troubled In any
... way with the stomach, If you will
a .'* ,lo* feiht to ten wes you fed that you need t. Kodow
@"ft Me.Is w .a w raserys. Is guarantee to relieve yen. It
_s c be smde. We ilbs your moey win be refunded to
l'n- .o by the drggist from whom ya
ST g UE RWAGONS prhased Itt. Try it today on tws
Fin.v-rewtee. Sold IW all druaggits


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Q DEAF NES CANNOT -E CURED


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As an evidence of your social
standing, your bands play an im-
portant part. To have them heavily
bejeweled Indicates poor taste-to
have them, however, set of with
two or three rings of perfect
workmanship and of genuine qual-
ity Is to have. youresif classed as
having both good taste and breed-
lag and excellent financial standing.
Our display of designs Is of the
kind that will please the most ex-
acting.
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CHAILES D. HULBERIT I. D.
UOImoPATUO PisCIMAN AND
WDGION
-e --maeend Floor The Munroa o
Chambsl- Bl sk Buildting, Ocla
Flordas.

221.
OBoe Houra-9 to 1i f. m.; 2 to 4
w. m.: T:30 to 8:30 p. m.
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They sa. but tf you win esUte
earefully the Iee which melts so rap-
Ily you will note that there seems to
be holes in It, that the center to what
is called "nmow Iee." which. been por
as,. allows It to melt quickly.

Crystal Ice"
The kind we tarn out is as clear
and peffeet as it is possible to make
lee, and Is the most economical Iea
to use. Ask the man on the Reod
Wagon to stop and see you.


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by local oapdehatlsm as they scannt
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only me way to cure deaft
meas, and that is by coastitutional
remedles. Deafness is caused by as
Inlamed condition of the macuoa lin-
lu of the Eustahean Tube. When
the tube Is named you have a
rumbling sound of lmperfecr heartag
&an when It is entirely closed, deaf-
hem is the result, and unless the in-
amnmatiomn can be taken out sad this
tube restored to Its normal coeditlson
hearing will be dAtroyed forever;
aine cases out of tea are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in-
named condition of the mucous sur-
ftaees.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness causedd by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
BHals Catarrh Cure. Send for cwr-
culas free. P. J. Cheney & Co. To-
ledo. Ohio Sold by all druggists, 75e.
Take Hairs Family Pills for conastpa-
tion.

SEABOARD MAKING BIG ORDERS
Norfolk, Oct. 20.-The Seaboard Air
Line has awarded contracts for fifteen
passenger and ave switch engines,
one thousand box cars, twenty-five
stock cars and one sixty-ton steam
wrecking car, together with passenger
equipment.

READ THIS-
Dunneell. Fl, Sept. 1ot. l9.-I
have sold Hairs Texas Wonder of St.
Louts. Mo, for asix years. Every bot-
tle I sell adds a customer for it. It Is
a genutue cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht,
Merchant. 0" day' treatment In each
bottle.

ANOTHER FATAL
AEROPLANE ACCIDENT
Juvisy, France. Oct. f.-Alfred M.
Blanc. French aeronaut, attempted his
first flight in Blerlot's machine.
Shortly after ascending the aeroplane,
as a result of a false shift of the rud-
der. fell. mortally wounding one wo-
man and Injuring a 'dozen other per-
sons.

* Tour conia. annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate
membranes of your throat if you want
to be annoyed. But If you want re-
Hef. want to be cured, take Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy.


ger they would without lom of time
commence taking Fbley's Kidney
Remedy. This great remedy stops
the pain and the Irregularities
strengthens and builds up these or-
gans and there is no danger of
Bright's disease or other serious dis.
order. Do not disegard the early
symptoms, Sold by all druggists.
TOWN WIPED OUT
Sheridan, Wyo. Oct. 20.-The entire
mining town of Dillon Wyo., was
wiped out by a fire yesterday after-
noon.


Most women are troubled with kid-
ney complaint, and you know very
many serious and emen fatal diseamses
result from these neglected kidney
troubles. I you will take DeWtt's
Kidney and Bladder Pi as directed,
you may be confident of goad results.
Try them and see how really sood


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nem the KiE Tower
Paris, Oct. 20.--Coet de lambert,
the Freach aeroplaest, Just before
dark last nlght, aceomplshed one of
the most daring and remarkable feats
yet credited to heavier-thba-air ma-
blnes. Starting ftrm the aerodrome
at Juvsy, In a Wright saeroplane, he
flew to Paris. a dMoane of about 13
miles. After maseuverng over the
city at an average height of 4a feet.
be ascended in gradifly dtmaiablnag
circles and passed several hundred feet
above the Elfel tower. He theb re-
turned -to Juvty. toust de Lambert
was given a tre sidems ovation on his
return to Juvisy. Orville Wright, who
was there with bis sister, r shed for-
ward an&, wrung the hands of the
aviator as he alighted
The count-aid that throughout his
trip he had entire control of the ma-
chine. The only Ineouvenlemee be suf-
fered was from the throbbing of the
engines and from dtfculty In seeing.
toward the end. In the gathering
gloom.
The official time of the flight was
49 mites, 3 seconds. The distance
was reauhly estimated at thirty-one
miles and the eight varied from 3M
to 1,00 feet

WORLD-RENOWNED
SCIENTIST DEAD
Turin. Oct. 20.--Cawar Lombroso,
the noted Italian alienist, died yester-
day, aged 63 years.

Diree"dio fer e t on Hones-
Contests of small bottle of Pain-
killer (Perry Davis') in quart bot-
tie, add plot warm or cold water,
sweeten with molasses, shake well
until all mixed. Give about half at
ones, then balance la ifteen min-
utes, If dose ia not sulelent. This
will be found a never falling rem-
edy. 3Je for a large bottle. Also
IB tie and 65e sies. 4

SOME ANCIENT HISTORY
Geing to Prov the Air Travelers Half
a Cantry Age were Sene
Fliem Themselves
Union, S. C., Oct. 20.-The claim
that A. B. Lambert and Louis Von
Phul. members of the Aero Club of
St. Louis, established new world's re-
cords for long distance and speed in
aeronautics, when. ascending in their
balloon in St Louis. Mo.. on Friday
afternoon of last week at 5:30 o'clock.
then landed In Dorchester county, near
Charleston, S. C., on Saturday morn-
ing at 9 o'clock, having made an av-'
erase speed of forty-four miles an
hour, is challenged by parties here
who have records showing that high-
er speed than this was attained in a
balloon voyage forty-eigsht years ago.
The aeronautic feat referred to was
that of Prof. T. S. C. Lowe, now bead
of Lowe observatory, near Pasadea
California, who on April 20. 1841. as-
cended In a balloon at ClacinnatI, O.
at 3:30 a. m. and at 10:30 p. m. of the
same day landed at Pearidge, in this
county. Although in the air only 19
hours. Prof. Lowe covered an air line
distance of over five hundred miles.
not Including several hundred miles
additional, caused by his balloon be-
nag caught in an air current and car-
ried into Virginia, thence to the South
Carolina sea coast, before reaching
his landing place near here.

M'D RATHER ti, DOCTOR,
than have my feet cut oE." said M. L
Bingham, of Princevile, IL .'But
you'll die from gangrene (which had
eaten away eight toes) if you don't,"
said all doctors. Instead he used
Bueklen's Arnica Salve till wholly
cured. Its cures of eczema, fever
sores, bolis, hurta and piles astound
the world. 2e. at all druggists.

DOG SAVE IHS MISRSI8
Anniston, Ala.. Ort, 20.-Details of
the Wire which destroyed the home of
James Thompson, keeper at "The
Pines." the meguifaoeat borne of Mrs.
R. L. Tyler. on the outskirts of the
city. yesterday morning, reveal the
tact that Miss Marsaret Thompson
owes Jer life to the continuous bark-
ing of a faithful dog on detecting the
flames.
If people with symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble reafise their dan-


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Boys from 9 to 14 years Received. Carefully Traod a PhtVBltea, ]
leetnal, Moral and Social Linea. Healthy Locatin. Magmiannt
Pool, Complete Equipment ia IOcholrooms DormitoIrtm, leg an" sof
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ba" sees Mr. Albert Clers, the
4t..4 band. who had sur-
Sthey would remain at home
i for be tair.
'*"mou tm of Mr. Tompknas, the
.e-ar was requested to see Cap-
SR raham and protest against such
alieti action. Mr. Williams
smme4s Mr. Tompkans motion to the
.e_ thatlrthe protest should refer to
ll Marion countyttes to refrain from
U94tt11g the Jacksonville carnival
t patromise their eeuaty fair. It
aihed of a second and the original
;h.e secretary then called'the at-
dl -of the ebairman to the pres-
se e4 Mr. Chas. BSleS r9present-
fWl the New South Farm & Home Co,.
* t1 # request that Mayor Robertson
61uemwPthe e gentleman which he did.
to,,wMeh Introduction Mr. Sleg made
a pir :Interestang talk, l.tormlug the
be that his company had a capital
Of "w 0 illoU dollars and had Invest-
e0;H 2.-0 acres of land in Marion
ceoaW ; that his company came here
to do Ocala and the county a substan-
tial neaet; that they purposed to es-
taM a new town to be known as
rat.V n and the same would be lo-
;aed in the Fort McCoy section. That
-o this town and dviliatiou scheme
beg woulM Introduce Mr. Burbak's
tangos feed plants for feed and fod-
'"i, themby creating a dairy interest
that was bound to work orders in
4holsa county. That Mr. Burbank had
p J the poll of the recent purchase
a'*antew his feed plants would find a
l home here. They would
-1 encourage the planting of other
IMtltbk products and it wap the In-
aetlon of the company to supply ev-
ery nurhaaser of land with this seed
amd abow them how to grow same. He
sMM an air ine automobile road would
be eomtructed between Tampa and
Jaeksonvlle and would pass through
oe beat of this land, all of (Which
would help Ocala and Marion county.
mat fr their efforts all they wanted
was the good will and moral support
.0; the Ocala Board of Trade and the
-at of the town and county. Mr.
ISg's remarks were loudly applauded
'ud Chairman Brown assured him he
could count on our people.
'he board of trade, at the sugges-
tUes ofthe secretary, heartily endors-
ed Dr. Dodge's services In raising
ftnds for the Kqy West sufferers and
thefi bhim.
. SeprtaQ Williams "hen brought the
attetu of the board to the deplora-
ble eeodition of the sidewalks extend-
lag west from the S. A. U. crossing on
xpost'is street to the fair ground.
He maid he appealed to the council to
act. I the matter, but regretted they
had no funds for the work. He re-
qmsted 'that the board take up the
matter with the council and see what
could he done.,
Mayor Robertson said the matter
was In the hands of the street com-
mittee, who had Issued notifications
to the ipoperty owners to have the
wbiks repaired, and If the order was
-ot *icormanie w$th, theq the mayor
Woul get buny. The chair appoint-
ed Mesmrs Tompkins, BIttinger and
Ditto to confer with the street com-
mittee In reference to the walks.
Meeting then adjourned. .
WN yQU AXE TIRED
of payiag retail Palt price for the
Liaseed Oil, In Ready Mixed Paints,
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which is ALL PAINT, then add one
aoqa ot ? Linseed O, at IAt.
g-gg of PuOrf ,d .
Paint, at a clear saving to YOU of
eo dollar or MOR--4oaording to
the prise of LlAued Oil.
D *ti Tom Wat t DOMAR?
For sale by the Mario Hardware
Company, Ocala,' la.
MARION COUNTY -4 INSTITUTE
Arrangements have been made for
the entertainment of the delegates to
the Marten County Sunday school In.
stitute, which Is to be held In the
Prebyterlan church, be.gnning Thurs-
day evening. Speakers will be here
from dffirent parts of the county
and state who will 1liscus all phases
of Sunday school work. These ses-
sions promise to prove both nlaterest-
'lug and profitable, and It Is hoped
that all who can will attend. *
UP IFORI THE OAR
N. Brow. an attory, of Pitts-
SleO. Va., writes: "We have used Dr.
Kina's New LKe PB for years and
rt thein sueh good ftmany medicine
w wouldn't ,be witheat tktM," Per
chIUM countlpatlo, blMmsIaess or
sak headache they work wonders. 26.
at all druggists.

DEORATIVE ART
For high grade work of all kinds
If tpalting, paperha-glug and dec-
orating, at the highest prices (no
cheap John work) with a full and- ef-
riteat s. at decorators, call at Mc-

5lanowen post cards at Welbe, the
Jeweler'e.
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NOTICE
The tax books will be open Mon-
day, November 1st. for the collection
of It" state and county taxes. Two
per cent discount will be allowed on
all taxes paid during November.
Respectfully.
E. L. Carney. Tax Collector.


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Is at hand. Are you equipped with
good vision so that you can spend
these hours to the best advantage?
Reading by lamplight
Is a task to Imperfect eyes. It is a
pleasure to perfect ones
DR. D. M. BONEY,
Eyesight Specialist.
Ocala. Fla.
Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m. and 1:310
to 4:30 p. m. Optical offmee and lab-
oratory, rooms 2 and 4 Gary block.
FOR 8ALE CHEAP
A desirable building lot on North
Second (East Adams) street, opposite
the Jewish synagogue. Addr-s ISBox
180, city.
COOK WANTED
A cook wanted for restaurant Apply
at Elk Cafe.
STENOGRAPHIC WORK
AND TYPEWRITING
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"It's because he trusts you. Jlmsy."
she assured him with an intonation
perilously near to tenderness.
"So you see," he went on -It's easier
to talk about holidays than to get
them. I shouldn't be here now, fot
I'm working Sundays as well as other
days at present, only that I had to
come up on a matter of importance."
"Oh." she said, with a pout. "1
thought you came to see us for our-
selves, not on a business trip. No
more berries for you."
"I came for the express purpose of
seeing you and of talking to you
alone."
Her heart fluttered violently, suffocat-
Ingly, again.
"To me-alone?"'
"Yes. I've seen Joe."
The pronouncing of her husband's
name was to her as a heavy blow.
Sweet, timorous expectancy, hot, tur-
bulent blushes that she had bent to
kide vanished Instantly, and she look-
ed up at him startled.
"Joe walked In on me five nights
ago. He looks wen and is doing well."
"What Is that to me?" ,
The words came In chilling accents,
and her eyes grew hard.
"Emmn,. do ycu remember that on
that night just before you learned the
truth I told you about that chap in
Denver who was long on love and
short on honor and kind of took the
view that it was his wife's place to
overlook things and help him get
right ?"
"Well?"'
"Well. I'm still of that opinion."
"Do I understand that you-that

She did not finish the sentence, but
sat gazing at him with wide eyes,
stark with ncony and amaze.
"I guessed you'd be kind of sur-
prised to hear from him. Since you
left Joe he's been leading a strictly
IhoneRt life. Hle has a good job in a
bank at a good salary, has saved mon-
ey, ard all he wants Is for you to for-
give and forget and start over again.
Joe's anil rilht now. there's no doubt
nauint that for I'vm lroked n a thi *eh .


lock, prepared to do all manner of ord he's made since you've been sepa-
tenographic work and typewriting,. rated. Not cnly that, but he loves you
Mary E. Bogle. more than ever. That's gospel truth,
too, I know." -
LOCAL LEGISLATION "Forgive and forget! Yes, I have
Forgotten, and oblivion enshrouds for-
The city council met last night with giveness with it. Joseph Brooks Is
he following members present, viz:
lessrs. Meffert. Carmichael. Hilven- dead, as dead for me as though he
ton, Jones, Mclver and Stokes. were in lls grave. I hive even ceased
Mr. John L. Edwards appeared in to lear his name. Sometimes I have
regard to the renting of stalls in the wondered if he ever existed. If I re-
ity market. Mr. Jones moved they member him It is as one recalls a night-
e auctioned off Nov. 1st at 10 o'elo-k mare from which one Is glad to have
o the highest bidder: that it be pub- awakened."
shed in the local papers: that after She laughed a little mirthless laugh
.e. 1st no party will be permitted to and, plucking a fern branch. began to
conduct a market outside of the city pick the fronds from It nervously, let-
market building.
Pay roll of the ity was liquidated. ting them fall to the ground.
Clerk was instructed to proceed in "That's all very well. Emma," he
he collection of milk licenses. objected gently. "but Joe Is none the
Mr. Helvenston introduced a resolu- less very much alive, and he Is your
ion that In view of the fact that the husband. You mustn't forget that
farmers of Marion county contrbuted ever. And he's all right. I honestly
greatly to the growth and wealth of believe. If be did fall into temptation
)cala and being desirous of making he meant well. He thought he could
heir visits to Ocala as comfortable as
aosible, a committee be appointed to put the m"pney back easily enough.
certain the price of renting or pur- and lie wanted you to have more coin-
basing a lot and the cost of erecting fort and be happy. The b1)t of us
talls, etc.. for the stabling of their ain't no better than we should be if
horses while In the, city. It was you mine right dovn to t!,, contem-
dopted. Messrs. Helvenston, Stokes platoon of the naked fact. Yau know
nd McIver were named on the com- that the book says, T.!ere is not a
mittee to report.
The light and water committee's re- Just man upon earth that doeth good
ort recommending that Tungsten and sinneth not.' To we the man who
ghta be placed at the following Is real sorry for having done wrong,
points was adopted, namely: especially when his wrongdoing had
Corner S. 2nd and Alvares streets. such a pardonable motive as Joe's had,
Corner S. 5th and Earl avenue. hI as good as he was before he did the
Corner S. 7th and Winona streets. thing."
Corner S. 8th and Orange avenue. -o w
Corner S. 8th and Orange strefots. You are the one man I know whom
Corner S. 4th and Pond streets. I would never have suspected of bar-
Corner S. 2ad and Pond streets. boring a treasury of such homely plait-
Corner S. 5th and Orange avenue. Itudes." she said scornfully.
Also to change are light from South "If It were only a question of for-
th and Orange avenue to corner Ok- giving a man who had sinned so weak-
iwaha avenue and Newberry street. ly as that. but it isn't." he went on.
Council then adjourned. "More is Involved-his absolution and
salvation by duty If not by love. Em-
AA ma. you are Joe Brooks' wife. You
took oath before Cod-.ad you meant
St then-to stick by lihm in adversity
"r1 IW iUs Si Gkin. as In prosperity,. to help him in time
lb IKW Ymbft Ab*Ivh Uof trouble. Your |>Ia-e is 1 now. Yours is the only hand that can
a t..tg uide him ri-ht."


an*s rae ard pa NO ."
glortd lands o "s -hi l M i |
looked te bhis eyes.
"Do yo believe what y ane ttgs
me, Jisy Smith? she aded geuly.
"Do ym speaking from year Ilmost
hart, order me to to ret the arm
f tht man.'
Be rose, hMag her wrists rmly
Msdafa bi shouldhn al ="eaMm
with intense ear~mtsm:
"umma, there are some thig
this earth that wee called on to dw,
ordained by an all wise and merciful
Providence. We may not like to do
them, but It Is not a matter of inllana.
ton. We have to make our decileas
by the rule of right or wog. Is it
right or is it wrong? It's an arbitrary
rule, but I guess it works out tor the
best in the end. It has always seemed
to me so. Therefore I say go back to
Joe, your husband. Joe pleads to your
heart that was his. Tell her,' he said,
that I'm more sorry than i can ex-
press; that I'm sorry and miserable.
Tell her that there.Is no light in life
without her.' Those were about his
words."
He released her wrists. She had Us.
tened to him at the last with averted
face that was blpodless and looked
ghastly under its coat of sun tan. -She
walked away wrestling with herself.
Smith stood as impassive as fate.
But on his brow a dampness had gath-
ered, and she had seen the sweet beads
ooze there as he spoke.
The -little cool elhd form with its
clinging skirt returned slowly.
"Jimrsy, why did he charge to
tell me these things?"
"Why? I don't know. Because rm
his friend and yours, I supple. Be-
cause there was no one else could do
It."
"And. like the food man vtw are.
you were governed in your decision by
the rule of right and wrong."
"That was about It, If young Cut out
the qualification of me."
"And, having been Influened to as-
sume this role of ambassador by a
sense of duty and loyalty, feeling
bound to do so for the very reason that
would have deterred a man of ordi-
nary moral caliber, you would have
adhered to the rule though every word
of your counsel had been to you as the
sear of a white hot Iron and Its utter-
ance had been dpath."
For the first time into her life she saw
a look of sternness pass over hi face.
And It was mingled with pain.
"Emma." he said, "I guess well go
down now. And we'd better take a
short cut, If there is one. or we won't
be home for dinner. You most be
hungry, and of all the"-
"No. Jimsy. hear me." she interrupt-
ed. "You must and shall bear me.
You have said what you had to say.
Now it is my turn, and 1, too, will
speak plainly. You belleve-you know
-I am and always have Ibeen a good
woman. You believe-that I was faith-
ful, as far as was humanly possible.
to the spirit as well as the letter of
Say marriage vows, made' fervently.
trustingly. I swore to love and honor
Joe Brooks. It was easy. for I did
then love and honor him beyond un-
derstanding now. But neither love
nor honor is kept alive eternally by the
virtue of an oath in the face of de-
lusion and worthlessness. Gold was
tinsel: diamond was glass. You were
witness to the slow murdering of love.
and you saw It strangled and thrown
down at the last as he would bare
strangled me had you not prevent-
ed."
He would have spoken, but she
checked him with a gesture of com-
mand.
"No, don't interrupt. Hear me to
the end and then speak. What is this
thing that you are asking me to do?
Tou are asking me to go to a lIving
death, to make of my heart a sep-
ulcher of all sweet or elevating emo-
tion, to surrender my lips to the fetid
kiss of an Iscariot. to deliver my body
to his loathsome embraces, while my
soul sickens with disgust and horror-
my body that he would have betrayed.
hired out for a piece of silver and.
gloating, taken back again. You are
asking me to Immolate myself with all
that I hold sacred and beautiful on an
altar that you style duty. Now apply


your rule to this. Is it right? Is It
wrong? Oh, Jimmy, answer me! Be-
"fore God. to It right?'
She stood trembling with the vehe-
mence of her defense and the strength
of her feeling, her arms outstretched
fn Interrogation and appeal.
A areat shla was the Indlcation of
the conflict that was raging in Smith's
heart, and for one single instant the
mask of impenetrability fell from his
face.
She read the answer there.
Removing feverishly the glove from
her left hand. she forced from her
fnger tlie wedding ring that In the
years had tightened closely upon It
and hurled it from her. It ricochetted
on a rock and went bounding over the
outer (-I-e of the nlateau far vdown


a nn *--- ~ ~ into the pathless. tangled brash of the
almost perpendicular deelivity.
Smith turned away In silence, and In
CARD OF THANKgS silence they made their way back
along the little path up which they
We take this method of thanking 'hadal come. elither spoke, even at the
the public through the columns of difficult places when he stretched out
your paper for the liberal patronage his hand and helped her with Its
that has been eMended us through strong, sustaining clasp.
the past season in our business, as msy was grave and abstracted. In
we have not been able to deliver Jmsy was grave and abstracted. In
ears, as the entire country as a his Gethsemane be had drunk too
whole bought more cars than the !eeply of the waters of knowledge.
Buick factory could produce. We JIIl aud they were bittersweet, heavily
are just In receipt of letters giving ImpreInated with regret and dismay.
us a slight Inkling of our 1910 pro- Emma had discovered the secret
duet, assuring us of the fact that
there will be no question In the fu- w&v h^-. an--oh the blisf trured
tare that we will be cared for. Our of ,i rl ea ted thtte
1910 models will be ready for de-of it-had revealed to him that she
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U U -E J. J. Williams of Homosasa was
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FURNISH U S ALL KINDSw -dneom.b,
Plenty of fresh oysters "' W P.

Dr. Camp came up today from
lake.
- mm. h t n r,- Mr. George L. Drew of Jackson,
'--. J is a guest of the Ocala House.

Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. )
4^5 J1t wards', next to market building.
Those ladles' gold cuff buttons
.''i . .. B m i right up to now at Weihe the Jewele
bqiW b sEam s, S k. f Plenty of fresh oysters at W. P. 1
~ wards', next to market building.
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-, a -". Mr. George S. Petteway of LI
ght.

SM'r ^' Z A "i A V Pennsylvania Grit and other lead
fIl n' newspapers and magazines at E
S- l. lard's news stnLd.
The Ocala Hopse had a big da
A business yesterday. There were for
I .' seven arrivals for the day.-
Palmer's Garland Cold Cream In I
S.O- WaMd fnn em nryand e. Jrse at the Postoffice Dr
O$tort.
Am e1 lli*t* 414 S1, Aanta Ga. *a Boarding sa dDay School for Sterilpg Silver and cut glass
W iles -e a n 5ROg8de' partsmt strictly Imited to ensure re- wedding preseat&at at Welhe.
"M .L M. CM-s eM4M Intmo Mall sections to secure perlona! Inr eweler's.
411M .& t1NS .0 l 0 VIghtme. special Its. Conservatory advuantages in Mu,
SllI. tMcete admits you to Vasrar, Wellesley,. Randlph- Mr. A. I. Pooser of Clearwater.
:a .- .T~-* eer begi a 8September ,19-rS. Catalogue on aP- the A. C. L. railway, ia a guest of
L' _ISCOTT. EMMA SCOTT, Pre niple. Montezuma.

If you, want a good lead pencil I
one of Gerlg's Best, Sc. at the Po
office Drugstore.
Mr. J. W. McIntosh of Brooksvi
a naval stores operator, is at 1
S9Montezuma.

s IEST AIM F tA'S Use Palmer's Lotion after shavi
" "" 0c. and $1 bottles at the Postofl
Drugstore.
L "m l wAh Messrs. Jr. -. H. McAllister and G.
Townsend of (Citr,are guests of
Montezuma.
SThe. Infant child of Mr. and IM
Charles Thomas Is quite sick w
fever.
Messrs. H. L. Brooks and M.
,, ........ --Smith of Inverness are guests of
B..Cll.s spwt'Montezuma.
,- Mr. C B. Collins speat last week
toil ... bv vittin Mr. W. H. Pegram and WANTED-A first-class young J
.- i lly. It Is toe first time he bhas sy cow giving milk. Apply to H.
beeA back mloce he left here live Jones at the Ocala Bottling Wokt
years ago. jle has beIen In Pensacola
the .iv e y~as. and Is now with his Mr. Nathan Mnay of Snmm.rfl
rest lu mother. Mrs. Riles. at Hawthorne. wam in town today looking after bu
Wilie Massey happened to a very ners matters.
serious, aqudent last Monday. While
-,. wrestling with one of the boys on If you want a good lead pencil I
.^ "- ..- r their way home from school he fell one of Gerig'a Best Sc. at the Po
VAN. k__ _ M anl broke his arm. Glad to learn office Drugstore.
that he In getting along nicely with
Si fIt. and hope he will soon be able to The county commissioners of Su
^^k A' eb l t. Start to ebOael again. ter are in town today before Ju<
be t*estees rMr. and Mrs. W. R. Massey. of W. S. Bullock.
Keuka, spent last week here gets
S "- C t ofMr. m J. C. Massey. Sterling Silver and cut glass
S. Another fox was captured last week wedding presentsat at Weihe, t
which makes nine that have been Jeweler's.
killed around here In the past three
FIXTU 0" W"p S moths; still there is plenty more Attorney L. W. Duval went down
"' -re yet. Tavares on legal business this aft
-"- a lpMr. I. P. Wells is grinding his noon.
S J. H. Pegram and Charlie Hodges Honleproof Hose for ladies. guart
S" made a ying trip to Fort McCoy teed for six months without holes.
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Ms et this evening.
"Manas meet tomorrow night.

Tablets. pel k. etc.. at Fishers
SLook over Finshers five and ten-cent
onter.

ltMr. Jl. A. L wis of Douegla Ga.. Is
XaA at the Meetesmea.

Halloween post cards at Weihe, the

Mr. W. L. Uddon of Portsmouth, Va..
is a guest of the Ocala House.
0a10 AsaV. MNag@ Tbose wedding presents at Weibe.
the Jeweler's.
Mr. Max Strauss of Tampa is at the
Ocala House.

BAN K Te ladles gold cuff buttons are
Right. up to now at Weihe the Jeweler's.

Capt. J. B. Martin went to Jackson-
vile this morniag.
Children's ready-made dresses, all
ses, at Fishers.
I A lK Mr. Cauthei of Candler was in
town today.
men and wome o Boy's school suits and pants at
resnt the men ad FIsher*'
ifl ee1 pres. Mr. Will Date of Galnesvillle came
down this afternoon.
.. WANTED-Good, steady competent
_cook. Apply at 76 South Third street
Mrs. Haskell and niece of Weirs-
MHUSEL dale came up today.
FOR RENT-HoNse on South Thirdh
street. Inquire of Dr. Walter Hood.
d Mrs. Mathews. of the Elk Cafe. Is
% down with the fever..
Those ladles' gold cuff buttons are
E STO l right up to now at Weihe the Jeweler's.
UES T00 I
Mr. R H. Mote returned today from
a visit to Leesburg.


Ira, chills ana ever. Prace 2 cents me rMie' and gronoma in gld. .
A small home In the city, well locat- per bottle Ask your dealer; he'll In the IUbry ware the gt many 0ff .- A
ed. new house, easy terms. F. W. P*by know* "R eii ri .IbiI
SMrai. R. Carroll, Miss rl Tonge. s.
FOR 8A S Mr. Walter YojW and Mys. C. K. Lage II-iIc -lt-m i
__ SIreturned yesterday afternoo. ftroem re among the culseetNa&.% Ta s -r
Three mules and one horse. Ap- Jacksonville, where they went to at- father gave her a ehet ef h..an o r
ly to Sam. H. Martin at Martin tnd the wedding of Mr. L Tonce miLw; teh e a- entire dinog *S
Camr's. i m and Mis, Aelice YTlonge. See,-- ,adl eAic ga-
BIRD DOGS OR o ALE Jergen's Talcum Powder, large cans Ifr, Uhe l.t
BIRD DOGS FOR SALE holding nearly a pint each, guaranteed them- yotag people, ewo d tJ -
Toung pointer pups for sale. Apply nd t rhnt T t,,,7r Plh .. o hS r 'U
to Dr. H. C. Mills, Oklawaha avenue. pc ful . _,
M o iUpon her return rom her mmerW having his shianq fte o pactle ot his
Mr. F. G. FIts, Oneonta, N. Y., vp on yor frt n t a p e.
writes: "My little girl was greatly -vcton your rt act should he to town. MiSe a.o iNe te tn st '
benefited by taking Foley's Orino cll at the Court Pharma., llaative, and I think It is thebest your sweetheart a hog of that elic- h Up In Ocala. and lhe good
remedy for constipation and liver lIos Bell Meade candy. "Sweets to wishes Of May Meds fellw b' to .W
trouble.- Foley's Orluo Laxative gIs the sweet," you know. r n wt ome.U
mild, pleasant and effective, and cures awen psmt cardsautWer, ity m, left m .the

ruggists.to Mrh. Mcrow'se gtng away
HANDLEY HOUSE FOR RENT Wanted-At once. man with good own was a raisln eotred corded
h l jogging team to haul Umber for milL cloth three-piece suit with bat, a oues
The A. e. Handle Isee -i Wbe Write or call Hilton Lumber Co -and glos t m -0Ma t *
meat oonv.nien. and beat ba" hoims. eDeeview. Fla. Zt-w m aw
lage let yad all conveaelenes in the Tues 5o'T e hn~e at r, M L.
howus located in third ward near high Among tho se who will be he dar- WIllIams, Is mwe ate n **
school building, for rent er sale. Ap ng the Sunday schoQl stmtte will be laying of a hardash Seer In the di.-
ply to David S. Woodrow, Hslder Mr. R. R. Ray, state superintendent of tributing room of the new pootate..
Bloak, ala. Pa.. Sunday school work, from Tupa: Thg watng sft is a smat mp .
CoL Miller, from Lake county; Prof. All the matlarial, Ira and =marie, tfr
MEN-Our illustrated catalogue ex- Gasm Tampa: Mr. W. H. Miller, Lewe- the three flights of steps a atv e@
plains how we teach barber trade in burg: Mr. Fred Barmett, Jackasea lle. and tomorrow an expert stair bUMwr A m I
few weeks. mailed free. Moler Barber yu and others. 'tm rthe rt beatl the work. T ,
College. Atlanta Ga. will ,mosae S. the pe sfsnel re a o
Mr. H. W. Tucker returned last Eithe side east an d west two olae-
The bet package of paper, lien night from a visit to LesK"rg, Uti- t iok-~ aIts or elses.W I
cloth finish, 25 cents per pound, and where he went to bid on some elec- In this you err. They are amas tmko*b-a
envelopes to match at Oesal News Ca. trical work. outs. asceding flom thme mamet to hesi B"-1
th seen"gd story, as that a sovern
RIt. C. Davis & .Co., of JacksmvonUe. Mrs. Charles Lyvers ef Samerteld meat inspector can eetr f ea'uthe tkssi-
will sell any make of second-hand returned today from Woodgtock. ba sement,.unmeen andubmew. andj e1 4
typewriter, upon easy terms It desired where she visited her daughter. Mrs. overfloO*k the woek withoAut a *ma*.
e eMurdock. fly or bei saeas, an he e wSey ?
FOR SALE-Flne English pit bull A the ole room and mtte every actl '
dog: weight .52 pounds: age, eleven Miss Avalee Edwards, Who has been of the 0emplo0e.
months: color, white and tan; light o sick and went to Irvinae to recruit T"
blue eyes. Can be seen at any time her he alth, will return to enter school m 3 *. ss -. H.SL ra MEsut! .the O
at 52 North Magnolia street Owner. Monday. f New B-116 &- m eAse Ce, wi2 het't&h
C. R. S app.establish oflfes In Geela in a fmew owB
Rev. T. J. Nixon went down to and3 win have about m mveyeM G hoaa
We want your prescription work Cedar Keys to hold quarterly confer- e l"a aout the new towni l
and are prepared to offer you the most ence and Sunday he will be at Heomo- Of "'BO ak o the line Of the 3. P..
skilled pharmacists and the purest of gasa
drugs to compound them. Tydings &S
drugscompany. compod them. Tding & It is good to see signs like thi In A LA ee the urit ma8..-ent eup
o n our store windows: "lenuhart Farm to lti00 lh this morala1 to buy a
FOR SALE-Fay-Sholes typewriter Tomatoes. packed by R. S. Pyles, car of sAn amsa.
In good condition. Has only been Ocala." It shows our people are try-
used a short time. Will sell for $3 ,ing to do something to help them- Afterthe wehearsal t the Deir-
cash. Address Box 211. Ocala. 3t selv es.N Mczbwe .woh guuas hk theg y
-. -- ----- Mr. Boynton. a suecestfl tearmer tamed at am Intferml b1 et e wppir by 5
and trucker of the Orange Lake sec- Miss A*Be Buk at her bear t e 1 l
B Ie A tion, was in town today. home e art Kilg- avisag
B le W 1 1 All of the high school bea l and osp- Chas. H. 8-eg said lat ight to th
plies we new L. You on get sebase a o tften tdt his -NgW sw-
high school books eely at tea OadsaleerY 5md aiP uis" theW1
NO"s Co colony near Crynt City, ag
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Cermig~ andpar a "-in'er" -
tal was the recepo given yesterday
afternoon from few to six o'cleek by the
Miss Bemye Porter to Mim ESfs Do-
t1er. The motif of golden grem was
carried out in full. Handsome spl if -
and terns with brass Jardimiers fllud .. le" '
with golden rod, were the recoratdos. to its Bam Vo py -
In the reception hall standing under a
huge fluffy rufflets umbrella in yeBllow. DO mmmfaor H t4 s %&
Miss Mary Beford. a beautitfl de-
butante of the coming sea m. erved High de Flou. -
orange punch. The punch table was n e ___ ____
trimmed with sprays of Ivy and large .10uuM 0 in fu
bunches of malaga grapes. Misslm Bur-
ford wore a lovely gowh of yellow t 0 to be th b t th -_
chiffon' cloth and black picture hat.s i -
In the music room Miss Porter. Miss s CM be-a fr" nMit ^S S ai,
Dozier. pr. McElry of Orlando, and thj
Sr. Persons of Atlanta, formed the re- Wiute W L Sold & e.
ceiling line. Miss Porter was very
loyVly in a decollete g)wn of yellow clusivdy by
cbffon satin, and Mss Dozier looked
unusually handsome In a white crep--
de chene, with large velvet bat trim

The new name of heart die *as
being married with tiny ld hear
heart shaped scorecards. Mba ARle&
Bullock and Mr. Leroy Giles won the
greatest number of hearts, which i "
marked them as the next bride and GOING AFTER O HO e '

The guests were next Invited into Mr. D. W. Tompklww the live-y
the dining room. The table as laid and "sals stablesSiMn of .|ek
with a clunY cloth over yellow I. uL obb. lea vesMd f 1.,,0101""w A
Four yellow candles in crystal holds. purchase several carluads cf the
salted nuts and mints In cut glass horses and mules ino am vow ,%
bon-bon dishes. aapqvagus fern and that city. Those desiring special p- .
yellow spun candy bals were the dec- chases would do we to-eo Mr.
orations. The mantle was banked in T ompkl-a --
palms and golden rod and yellow
shaded lights were placed on the hut- Mr. P. j. Theas had the best
fet and china closet The refrsh sales Monday he hn lad
ments consisted of chicken salad In tim. He s g n fat la 4,.. .- .
yellow ramkins, cheese straws tied of furniture and will shortly begin to beaver triamed In wte
wafers, coffee and chocolate served rinter'tk
with whipped cream. Mrs. J. M. Neely and little illes #* .1 vm 1
Miss Mary Connor, nthe accomplish- of Summer&ield have been ,sat- -lbb-s. Dr''
Charlie Fisfiel, furnished delh ful Mayo.pVAI e d l t - le M
music. This was the last of a series T" b -u ----- :*
of entertainments that have been ten. Messrs. F. W. Ditt ande m
dered Miss Dozier by her friends prior Tompkin swent to ltr. 'oet .., .-. ."J
to her wedding and none has been afternoon on o a -business rter ev wan Sur Or



merry party. D and Mrs. Rood en- Mr. Alfred ye left on
t-rtained a their guests Dr.and Mrs. train ,day forlive k to attend h gam
McElroy of Orlando Mrs. R. A. Bur- meeting of the ConreLem.e -- --l-" Miss Wa-t-to
ford and Miss .eorgia Borger. Mr. Ayer i n s .Marieueouptyg ta as- home o nOkIw a V..avemus, t? pus t4
se sor and Mr. .Yoceisat. e t- of an e
DO YOU WANT A HOME? burg'sassessor.. .--'"a,-
If you want a cottage home in Ocala Messrs. Fred B. Magon and Csha length of e ,ia
on easy payments, consult Frank Ditto.i Seg of Charleston. representing the. the twenty tor M" i reesii
He has a plan that will not fall to In- Luther Purbank Realty Co., are guests scheme was .galat 11t6
terest you. of the Ocala House. d iss a.id A

PHOTOGRAPHS WAWANTEDANTED-For the winter, two o"r m.i -o
three rooms suitable for light bouse- se V ME et w nlh
Any person who has a specially keeping; unfurnished. Apply at Star |na--i y A o.l
good photo of a flock of chickens, ani- office. -m ml.
mals or farm crops is requested to *. .p'i' -
send same at once to the office of S. Mesars. Emmet Robinson, W. O. Iats &atl e p ,eg.
T. 81strunk. Ocala. for use in Uns- Chambliss, A. M. .Lasnford and WIIlII no
treating a Looklet descriptive of Mar- Brooks took the first degree In Oad r adp 4T, beautifm l
ion county which will soon be issued Pellowship at the meeting of Tulula 'Msar' ,
by the county commissioners. -Any Ldge last night. T ce cards we w with
good agricultural scene will be con-' -- btiny nest of white tied o- l
sidered. Prompt action Is requested. TbereA. no gam law a at any one corner with yellow baby yad
---0 ---- ASone hunting for PLANS C.ILL the "dea.m t .. wasf t
SMALL HOME, EASY PAYMENTS i TONIC. It' ga ranted to cae sM- moire boo, wearing (at


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EWUU P. ,a minily 61MRama* ry eaf m .ete TheoamEliny ems An V e Es o A6
do b t-- 1 61 wa Ythe weE i nte =gaime ft a :ie
S .elM'a" I M r. W. U wmr th cler p- t thande won w re 'imta ka a s Mnin
l t m r we Won ea poster of the rbmwet m. drtye t -
&Mi h ks alrn e-n Slo sr en. *Sa te t h to S atM r,0 6am I s th D h
A @-Ana J lf w bB k, a nkIspIep r to trde e t eh t a o mi. wA
Aw A la-- PeMU maM0 mooinyPp 1popSe Dan uhem by
41 i14 Up sm wmi pn isacing erI mU a lema s m.rt-r. M wi s i a h ammsn 11M'
as 4 .*men en -V he Jeele j011110 O MSte or *A ofe0 2 f hMfnVesl caa he oer l.*de t r
at Imioer- terse J his. the e .
.h o~AI wRws. ex to buer ewlWAdhtow thUir sinU U
Won lth cty M-o an business a tam at* Call.a p ahsnIs u E Bes oMld s a1 ,1 0
& 0M f t -k ilt aveasao se oawh i ah in juspbed aat ne m w as asy as his.l speech waoshruat
lowa"2^ Ihi Theeornea 1toryo bad-y rwritte, which caseda mea tt
1r :. AVmVob ,, .__, one who In a genal wwayw meste -be -
N"W erhemme was DRECT ORt sens. He *was our esteemal "aas-

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seen o at"S emM1Nd so s1rer a t 41i Mario m outrSa to- a r*eVIVI
at- i o S -l.-was .. de. a..ed re schools Me remoSe .. . .... .. ,...-
ias AieW it as wi COUG S. clse ande tothe o at o Isli ha a
4a0 i- #4.me' bu. a t erP ar-; COLDSl s suhvct when h ftam, as ded a.
I *DC* .K * ae eK. C t > -rer. Oupericle t aat AI -e- "n i -, AS a 11
y ;.e th mseS aU Mo o I cutyes e c-oo-, who be1b hi-.
@MS.S St)r -0 ssosssa tmoca f A or o ScieKy Ha beJouat 2
A'MM# l ws as bJl" thir by his Proved that be badgiSet
SVKULIMMUUS -S .,Ms tter eU i htasJ LAWaysCO. NrV1V.IanJ ward i atta teag s in reainae W We pi Me U JIUV

t~ob Me me...... l The Ad. left a Iating na4preemlas upe ba h M 1G 61 smig
U tefe' ae l e we r si 14 bite hearers. He spake 61 the msemi y IMt hegt tp liggm '
4 g- Pgg e, rof better teachers sad butte. poy fer Temparty p*- rS
5.A 5,/ WSilliis t a p ita taceri ---thema which wit be the aehette t aa
1115. Imli Le la OCILAFLAearer. wery grave maWRL we th p J M ES R M
MW In 1he 3aM10 COn --- t \ ; - awn. &
tUstwteacher at a high malry caper
t o w mw Onam-ie V itia a poor teacher at a loew sa"ry
Krl ;eas a 1 ev on wa ifoo r ayowasb s p n tepieet ___
00 die c ol4C I% a A-W al marks, stating the reasma 61)at U the o
at W asIS he C" Monday. educational meetteg sal them memel
mV m-ear he ageht terwarn a thSe bhself as he tas fellag tirebe g au R
b: *MMA am, an"ethetof a hard dIas wc msal
:AE W. W N tA ft coowas WatoMtraveL It was hi. Brat appeMral, e la
i f i' St a e Thk Avct o Dunejlo In at rve years.m a ea p m g
StIo aknc moher anved ac minad a r ts Un. wsatn of the members of the at lhw- eN R SM
health, l 1. w iN m a with hie br, ra Telgraph O. Islature anythlng but a nd .ptemn nt
=or-=my--e 0and In that be I generally aee
with. He fe id s o mpuAhory adavte*i
MWek tion was coming sAMa. pgl temonein
11 a lee was M AM Wfok Gura d. W h With all due sad proper respect heo P bts agmW u
ways In the tat reaik witi n iMNe eo Trmd Cais the other members who pteseet bo 0 0

M .01 n iv 1 you thaser. O large part f the afh nc e with hima
efedra a" d ryWith. o not being a branly mdem is os
a"tDAmho D 1#W G doi be was called )ast dneahyne aes

ht low Priemfilm.Cu tCedM who PLnchofL DRCTORS Cat Lynch hadthe semdb


S e -t- mIaa hpe oft Dean*M3 work in Florida ou b hvad Me san we
e Mov e you etakua. would like tohearlkthe o ptaim eas
id="et I:me lstfor e Gillimabi, of Bowilng Greem.
e ts toDeewasVeducatr secod to aae
he we workrde lee dootir

to himsi a sm c. P. 6eat htes, Is the era sad fully guartateed, which be Issas them
5- amabedo ta gngt D Ll 1pinitenf .C 11eeOw watstelproea t to the jeat b-


ow lltPes hebo to besatr-Oncp nt
ashimd the leoescol.mel was esrsery omiam -
be M atawoak os e by ftr ad I" oft KYan ofteducast Floridseminartoy. at Is
Am stoiNoth) GlaevSluh.ad has deu e m hae -,and
etKathleenIntemtraoin. teachers am rema
gO n go and Iagi one man the state. N aid it bgit
ta t NO MeA.Ctelegragoop to be back In w a rain. MN LL g 1,

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l ta h ge mag sad it 1. earn- enahe and elmr





Mas eath Adocte adbes sd sltwatr sh f he es ripls adwase rrmlng am-ewM


M It It0i0e a aNg" Who'll be varieties. I handle nothing but fsh, waraas are kind. The daB pa la i
0sad "Radl them rnwht ache In the back warnsFe ORthe M1d-
*mta~~t*I MhAR il- 1aends no ul "a- neys need attention f yes weatuM ea-
. a ca ta WM TU K ER cape fatal *M- ea &- iMW
l0ebet R W tIt-V w a% "o asmy that he or Brivalat*h Taeke etrin
0mft.~teil e A I afer at .e man are- P9se 9 CHty Otm BMtters atO we asdas VRfNON
Satoe a a lderl M the bool aed al or best feels setur. t.
bai- mad peopl eMlesat serim*ter long sufferlffg from weak klaes
We have hI-a Puteeas tr se and lame back, me $1 better wat
SU 7m 'a" -wwhoe at we pea. cured e" writes J R. N
A 0 whichnre- U ofBe"Tom Ono. a boat HOUSE AND SIGN
t 'epea "ean r ae as s a b OfVeach 6r mrssts. HO SEA,1
0 1the eAG Oate 1s densg a se hmb-C- __(_s
*es The *SUGemn ara "an bus- -ebPa at Va. are b- a 1 p I
es sat believe s printers linte v e wim t he mm .a tiiinhI a 8a
6005'10 MM V her their s ee- &0 1mI wISS s--- headmh ii
", to, Ia a R- h"um s. Toi n Bad colds are raglog heream w. w h.,
9w1 7- Ittat h iseIe th. i.- ifel s= cm*ry mcca he-e. i n3 .. Dr. PWanas was It oar burg Thurs-a peotg g.
m todo the ost i.. I ever s' Mr. Walker and Mr. Berry oth WO
Anna D..t a, Carolina, are visiting hers. AU aUAU
I r ad'l Mr A=est.x tFeir s allr ,Z M ussMyrtle a autsoclls or.
* .the Y p ep a In
r.. Bt boomf which bew bw kh in 9*i-i ad ^_t>db eC GO& Mi s Alice McRae.' and a enjye
m a ffGiel meurt wai Ne iane. Ne la M .N Iem is the games and msic. -"Mcsae
C mem to returned home Saturday.
M a 1 0 aad O n m Miss Tieacy Hola se her s ter.
Sk behe Mrs. Fort were visiting their mother
Klm, i b e a iMrs.. Holly. this week.

Sh. M w .. e% o. C aE aDER er, ue i- . O v .
61e10 lt1 Ce, and whih6el- P01c7* ginta Ave., eoP n lad., wies
A~abum"storeIn thiscaa a'Wisekam"l


Iti d- ,aiew at erdccauea~raLt work. vesa ore&e sad bt. my backache sad the irregularitie
A1k hem emweded tar wolk far to meae tam 'v disappeared. and I Iae maw attend he
WVt Aa --in eate an w ether comtreator is ovw. business every day sad reaeimiasm

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