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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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"Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Thursday; slightly cooler
"western central portion tonight.

OGAtA, FLORIDA, WEDXESIUY, AUGUST 25. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 204

FIELD TELL
Of How the Pardoning Board Releas Releas-.
. Releas-. ed Two Red -Handed Murderers
on the People of Florida
- Inverness, August 24.
Editor Star: I have been out of
my office 'sinee Thursday of last
week and on my return find your
favor of the 18th inst.
The Brooksville Sta has asked me
for a letter with reference to the
same matter which I have just writ written,
ten, written, and as this letter contains a full
history of this case, as I recall it,. I
am enclosing you herewith a copy.,
I feel that the people have been
outraged by this action. : it is cer certainly
tainly certainly a very great annoyance to
spend weeks '. of labor and large
amounts of money for which the peo people
ple people are taxed, to try cases of this kind
and then after the highest court in
the land has put its" approval upon
the same, have three high officials of
the state set at naught all our efforts.
As I stated to Mr. Keatley, you are
at liberty to use this letter, or certain
portions of it as you may desire, and
if at any time you desire to have me
release you, I will be very glad to do
so. ; ?
With best wishes, I am,
Yours sincerely,
Geo. W. Scofield,
State Attorney.
Letter to the Brooksville Star
Editor Brooksville Star: I have
been out of my office since Thursday
of last week, and on my return 'find
your letter of the 21st inst., hence the
delay in replying.
'.I filed all the papery petition and
documents pertaining, to the Lowman
and Brasswell case with the state
board of pardons, and do not have any
copies, and for that reason am un unable
able unable to furnish you with any; but
you can procure these from the sec secretary
retary secretary of the state boaid of pardons.
However, I will give you a history
of the case from meir.ory and you
can use the information as you de desire.
sire. desire. x The state board of pardons is sun-
posed to meet every three' months to
consider such applications as may be
presented. The law requires that no notice
tice notice shall be given either, by publica publication
tion publication or posting, and in the latter case
one copy must be posted in the com community
munity community where the crime was commits
ted. The last meeting of, the board
was on July th and 7th. On Thurs Thursday
day Thursday or Friday before this date I was
advised by parties from Istachatta
that a notice had been posted out in
the river, near the scene of the homi homicide,
cide, homicide, that Lowman and Braswell
would apply, for a pardon at the reg regular
ular regular meeting of the board to be held
cn the date above mentioned. Of
course, I had no opportunity : to ; ob obtain
tain obtain petitions 'and documents from
citizens who were interested, but I
went to Tallahassee, for the purpose
of appearing before the board in op opposition
position opposition to these parties being grant granted
ed granted a 'pardon. I stay there two days
and was away from my omce three
days, but the matter was not pre presented.
sented. presented. On Thursday or Friday, July
2Sth or 30th, I received from Gover Governor
nor Governor Catts a letter dated July. 27th,
as per copy I enclose herewith. With
this letter was enclosed a copy of a
letter written by Governor Catts to
Mr. Thomas Palmer. In this letter
you will observe that he was advised
tnat tnis case would be taken up be before
fore before the board on the 3rd of August,
some three or four days after the re receipt
ceipt receipt of the letter. I ; immediately
advised Dr. McKnight and others in interested.
terested. interested. Dr. McKnight and myself
went to Tallahassee and were pres present
ent present at the special meeting of the
board. I am advised that it is cus customary
tomary customary to give attorneys represent representing
ing representing applicants, twenty minutes in
which to present any papers or docu documents
ments documents that they desire to present. In
" this case the board allowed Mr. Pal Palmer
mer Palmer some three hours in j which to
present it, or as long a time as he
desired. The board then gave me a
similar privilege as to the time I de desired
sired desired to present an argument oppos opposing
ing opposing it, which I did, consuming some
, two or three hours in arguing the
case, which was closed by Mr. Pal Palmer
mer Palmer about six o'clock on August 3rd.
Dr. McKnight and myself returned
home and I immediately filed with the
board a petition signed by about
seventy 'citizens residing in or near
Istachatta, both, in Citrus and: Her
nando counties. Soon thereafter I
filed anothpr -np.tit.inn hv r"itfzfn nf
Hernando county, which, as I remem remember,
ber, remember, was signed by about 200 people.
I also filed several strong letters pro protesting
testing protesting against the granting of a
pardon. Mr. Palmer presented a
number of letters, among which was
one from Mr. B. F. Kirk, clerks of
court, II. C. Mickler, county judge, G.
V. Ramsey, Mayor W. R. Chalker and
air the members of the board of
county commissioners except Mr.
Lowman and Mr. Hugh Hale. Affi Affidavits
davits Affidavits were made and filed with the
board by Leslie Knott, J. T. Chapman,

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J. K. Lewis, Mac Lewis, John Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, B. B. Smith, member of school
board, John Stafford and possibly
others, reciting that at various times
Dr. McKnight or Mr. ; Harrell had
made statements, and they conflict conflicted
ed conflicted with their testimony as given at
the trial, These affidavits were pre prepared
pared prepared by counsel representing the de defendants.
fendants. defendants. We had no opportunity to
answer them and, in fact, I consider
such matters of very little value, as
it is well known that papers of this
kind are usually signed after being
prepared by attorneys and very lit little
tle little attention is paid to the contents
of same. However, all of these facts
were called to the attention of the
board and they were fully advised as
to the character of the parties mak making
ing making them. I presented the case very
fully to the board. v Judge Bullock
filed a telegram with the board at the
request of the governor,; the sub substance
stance substance of which was that it was a very
brutal assassination and the only
question at the trial was the matter
of identification, which the 4 jurors
passed on and which he declined to
interfere with.
Mr. Palmer filed with the board a
petition purporting to be signed by
ten members of the first jury who
tried the case, in which there was a
mistrial, and nine members of the
jury rendering the verdict of guilty.
. I heard nothing more : from the
case, and have never been advised of officially
ficially officially as to, what action the board
took, but of course I understand that
they have' been granted a conditional
pardon. I have a letter from Mr.
Ernest Amos; who is a member of the
board, advising me that a conditional
pardon Was granted Lowman and
Braswell, but that, he and Attorney
General Swearingen voted against
same. You are no doubt aware of
the fact that the state board of par pardons
dons pardons is composed of the governor, the
attorney general, secretary of state,
comptroller and commissioner of ag agriculture;
riculture; agriculture; Three members of ; the
board,, one of whom must be the gov governor,
ernor, governor, are required to vote in the af affirmative
firmative affirmative before a f pardon can be
granted.
I am giving this information as a
public official. I don't desire to get
into any newspaper controversy, and
would prefer that you do not use my
name; but, if at any time it is neces necessary
sary necessary for, you to do" so, I will be glad
to release you. 1 think the public
should have the facts. This was a
very brutal assassination, and these
men were guilty beyond any question,
and for the state board of pardons to
set aside what all the courts have
done at great expense to the people
of Florida is, to my mind, a great
outrage, and which the people have a
perfect right to condemn. I feel that
the name of Florida has been soiled,
as well as the county of Hernando.
Yours very truly,
Geo. W. Scofield,
State Attorney.
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Wl DEJECTS

1SSI1 TEAMS
Sons of Sobiesky Discover that their
Recent Victory has Stiffened
their Spines
(Associated Press)
London, Aug. ; 25. Poland's reply
to the peace: terms of the Russians
amounts to a flat rejection, says the
Manchester Guardian's Minsk corres correspondent
pondent correspondent in a wireless filed Monday.
1 REDS DEMORALIZED
; Warsaw, Aug. 25. Reports from
the various fronts indicate that the
bolsheviki are demoralized and flee fleeing
ing fleeing everywhere in great disorder.
The minister of war says that of the
quarter million Russians participating
in the Warsaw offensive, 150,000 are
accounted for and nearly ail other
detachments weer shot to pieces. :
SOVIETS WILL SURRENDER
Paris, Aug. 25. Negotiations look looking
ing looking to the surrender to the Poles of
the northern Russian army have be begun,
gun, begun, according to a Vienna dispatch
received here, which places the Rus Russian
sian Russian prisoners at 60,000.
WALKING PAPERS WANTED
London, Aug. 25. Krassin and
Kameneff the Russian representa representatives
tives representatives here, have applied for passports
and will start for Moscow Friday un unless
less unless the British change their attitude
toward extending recognition to the
Soviets, teh newspapers say.
POLES SHOULD HEED THEIR
. FRIENDS ;
Paris, Aug. 251 The French for foreign
eign foreign offices announces that France is
in accord with the United States that
the'Polish armies should remain with within
in within Poland's frontiers. :
LET EM REFUSE
- London, Aug. 25. An immediate
rupture in the .Russo-Polish peace
negotiations will result if the Poles
adhere to their demand for with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of the Russian main terms,
says a Moscow wireless.
TUCKER'S PARDON REVOKED
Magnificent Sum of One Hundred
Dollars Offered for His-
Apprehension
Tallahassee, Aug. 24. The condi conditional
tional conditional pardon granted to W. S. Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, who was convicted of grand larce larceny
ny larceny in circuit court, Marion county,
has been revoked and a reward of
$100 offered for' his apprehension.
Tucker was committed to state prison
June last and was released July 10.
At the time of Tucker's conviction his
wife was also tried and convicted and
sentenced to 'pay a finer which she
did, and at once proceeded to try. and
obtain the liberty of her husband.
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This is the case about which consid considerable
erable considerable comment has been made, it be being
ing being alleged that various names were
forged to communications asking for
clemency by the board of pardons.
Tampa Times.

HUGHES HAS FAITH
IN HARDING
Should be Remembered Not Enough
Voters Had Faith in Hughes
Four Years Ago
(Associated Press)
Marion, Aug. 25. Charles Evans
Hughes has issued a long statement
endorsing Senator Harding and ex expressing
pressing expressing confidence that Harding
would secure the -establishment of an
international tribunal. Mr. Hughes
charged that Gov. Cox's nomination
was brought about by the bosses.
: : CROWD MET COX
. Evansville, Ind Aug. 25. C-over-nor
Cox arrived here today to open
another campaign tour and was met
by a large crowd. ; The governor is
not expected to deal extensively with
his campaign fund charges until his
Pittsburg address tomorrow.
MacS WEENEY MISSED
. TOO MANY MEALS
(Associated Press)
Londonj Aug. 25. His private
chaplain administered the last sacra sacrament
ment sacrament to Terence MaeSweeney, lord
mayor' of Cork, who is on a hunger
strike in prison here. MacSweeney's
condition is said to be critical, altho'
he is still conscious. k
ITS UP TO McSWEENEY
Lucerne, Aug. 25. Premier Lloyd
George announced today that Mayor
McSweney would not be released re regardless
gardless regardless of the consequence.
ANOTHER NUISANCE
HAS BROKEN OUT
American Constitutional League has
Applied for an Injunction
(Associated Press)
, Washington, Aug. 25.--Application
for. an injunction to restrain the state
department from" promulgation of
ratification of the suffrage amend amendment
ment amendment was filed in the district supreme
court today by the American Consti Constitutional
tutional Constitutional League. Justice Siddons
agreed to hear counsel site authority
for the procedure during the day.
COAL COSTING ENTIRELY
TOO MUCH COIN
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. : 25. Announce Announcement
ment Announcement that a campaign against pro profiteering'
fiteering' profiteering' in coal would be broadened
with especial attention to the situa situation
tion situation at tidewater points was made by
the department of justice today.
When you want a really high class
candy, try SIRRON chocolate covered
nuts and fruits. Sold in Ocala by the
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PUOLIC 0

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The People of the City ard County
Are Invited to Attend the
Ceremonies
Tonight week, September 1st, at 8
o'clock, the club rooms, which the
members of the Marion' County Post
No. 27 of the American Legion are
fitting up in the armory, will, be
opened with a formal and appropriate
public ceremony and reception. The
people of Ocala and Marion county
are invited to attend the opening.
The members of the post have been
working hard for the past ten or
twelve nights getting the club rooms
ready and they expect to have their
work completed by the end of this
week. The program committee in
charge of the opening ceremonies will
then take charge and arrange for the
special decorations for the occasion.
The program will include music by
the band, speeches, vocal solos, pop popular
ular popular and unpopular bugle calls, and
there will be dancing and refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. The members of the post
will be assisted by the members of
the newly formed woman's auxiliary.
Dr. M. C. Izlar, post commander,
will be master of ceremonies. He will
make a brief address of welcome and
express the thanks of the post for
the use of the armory. The invoca invocation
tion invocation will be made by Rev. J: J. Neigh Neighbour,
bour, Neighbour, post chaplain. The band will
then play the Star Spangled Banner,
following ; which Chaplain Neighbor
will make a brief address on the re respect
spect respect for the flag and the national
anthem. There will be vocal solos by
Mrs. Sara J. Manly, Mrs. H. M.
Hampton and Mr. Lester Lucas, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. C. W. Moremen.
Mr. H. W. Tucker will blow popular
and unpopular bugle calls. A talk
will be made by Miss Mary Marshall,
temporary president of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the i Legion. Rev. John
Conoley will make a short address on
"What the legion has accomplished,
and on its future aims and possibili
ties as an organization' The cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies will take place on the drill
floor of the armory. On the second
floor the post expects to have an ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of war relics. ; Following the
opening ceremonies, the chairs will
be cleared from the drill floor and
there will be dancing for which the
music will be furnished by the band.
- DAVIS DENIES rr
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 25. It is report reported
ed reported that John W, Davis, American
ambassador to Great Britain, who ar
rived in New York today would not
return to England. -The state depart department
ment department said it has no oScial informa information
tion information of his plans. Some of Davis'

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friends credited the report, savins
the heavy financial cost of holding ths
post is probably the reason.
New York, Aug. 25. Davis denies
the report.

RANDOWN THE TRUNK
MURDERER IN RKJ
(Associated Press)
Rio Janeiro, Aug. 25. Eugene Lo Lo-roy,
roy, Lo-roy, wanted by the Detroit police in
connection with the woman found in
a trunk in New York, was arrested
aboard the British freighter Dryden,
which arrived here today. Leroy was
a member of the crew and will be re returned
turned returned to Detroit.
The "trunk murder" mystery has
ramifications which extend from New
York to Michigan, Mississippi and
Alabama. A few minutes after an
employe of the American Railway
Express Company in New York had
discovered the nude and mutilated
body of a young woman in a trunk
stored in the unclaimed "baggage
warehouse, police of New York and
Detroit began following the train cf
evidence which led to the victim's
identification as Mrs. Katherine Loti
Jackson of Sturgis, Miss., and the lo location
cation location of A. A. Tatum, whose narse
and a Detroit street address were
found marked on the trunk which
concealed the crime for more than a
month. 1
At 105 Harper street, Detroit, Ta Tatum
tum Tatum was unknown, but someone there
told detectives that a young couple
known as Mr. and Mrs. Leroy had
disappeared from that address about
June 10, the date on which the trunk
was shipped to New York.
The publicity given these two
names, Leroy and Tatum, brought
forward Andrew J. Branie, a Naw
York expressman, who said he knaw
Leroy under the name of Fernandez.
He told the police he had handled a
trunk for Fernandez or Leroy. Us
produced a letter1 from Leroy. enclos enclosing
ing enclosing a check for the trunk in which
the body was found, asking that it ba
removed from the express warehouse
and stored by Branic until Leroy
should call for it.
A Detroit policeman, Leo Trua Trua-ball,
ball, Trua-ball, declared that he and his wife
knew the young ; woman who lived
with Leroy as his wife at the Harper
avenue address. Trumball and his
wife identified the body as that cf
"Mrs. Leroy."
Then from the south came positive
word that "Mrs. Leroy" was really
Mrs. Jackson, wife of Kid McCoy
Jackson of Sturgis, Miss. "The town
was too small for Kitty Lou and she
went away," Jackson said, when ask asked
ed asked to tell what he. knew of hi3 wife's
wanderings. ,"
Next Tatum walked into polico
headquarters in .Birmingham and ex explained
plained explained his connection with the cssa.
He told the authorities that he had
known Mrs. Jackson in Birmingham.
At her invitation, he said, he visited
her in Detroit, where she told him
she had married Leroy and that. he
was "terribly jealous."
CATTS IS CAUTIOUS
He is Kinder Edging Around Tttwmi
-' a Special Term cf the
Legislature
; (Associated Press)
Tampa, Aug. 25. Governor Ca'.ts
today declared he; would ask the. fu fu-creme
creme fu-creme court" whether it would be nec
essary to call a special session of tha
legislature to nvj Florida women
the vote under the? nineteenth aiasad-
ment.
GREAT BRITAIN WILL
RECOGNIZE FIUllIS
(Associated rress)
London. Ausr. 25. Premier Lloyd
George promised that Great Britain
would recognize the new free state
of Fiume during a conference with
the Italian premier, says a
Central News di sp;iteh, jUOtm
I La-
cerne advices.
PONZI SET THE PACE
(Associated. Press)
Boston. Aug. 25. The Old Colony
Foreign Exchange Company, which
imitated the methods of Chailai
Pot?zL took in 343.003 from investors
during its 17 days' operations, it 9
receiver announced t?aay.
SHE THOUGHT SHK WAS
A FIRING SQUAD
Fresno. Calif.. Ausr. 25 The eight-
vflrn1i daughter of Mrs. Laura M.
Brown is dead, Mrs.' Drown and. Lxt
ten-year-old son were seriously
wounded by shots ilred by Mrs.
Brown, who, according' to the polka
stood the blindfolded children agains-
wall and opened Art! with a sct-
gun. Tne autnoniies De.neve i
insane. ;
WATCHLNG AND WAITHIG
(A50Ciated Piss)
Washington, Aug. 25r-Th3 suSra suSra-gists
gists suSra-gists are hopeful that Secretary Col Colby
by Colby will issue a proclamation formally
announcing ratification of the nine nineteenth
teenth nineteenth amendment before nightfall.



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The papers of the state, with few
exceptions, are not pacing as much
attention, as they should to the re

lease of Braswell and Lowman by 'the

stste pardoning board. They evident

ly don't realize what an outrage cn

justice and a disgrace to Florida it is

DISGRACEFUL ACT OF

THE PARDONING BOARD

Elsewhere we print a letter from

Geo. W, Scofield, state attorney of

' this district, giving some of the in-

. sllz facts of the .pardoning of Bras
well and Lowman.

Mr. Scofield has given his state

ment to the press at the risk of los losing
ing losing his official head. It's in the power

of the governor to suspend him from

cTZcq. lie thinks, however, that it is

his duty to give the facts to the pub pub-.
. pub-. lie arid has done so with the courage
that he never fails to show when it is

necessary. '
We don't think the governor .wil

remove Mr. Scofield. If he does it
v will be the aetof a tyrant and Mr.

'. Scofield will not' suffer very much

from it. We have no doubt that Mr

Hardee would replace him if the law

allows, as soon as he takes charge of

the governor's office, and if he can'

the senate can. h And the people of

. this district will regard with unmiti

gated contempt any lawyer 'who

. would accept the' appointment to fil

. Scofield 's place.' : v ;. :; ,':"- y.

. The murder Braswell and Lowman
; were sent up for was one of the most
brutal and cowardly ever committed
in thi3 state. ; The two young ruf ruffians
fians ruffians became offended with an old

nan a respected citizen whose only

offense was that he didn't agree with

one of the .thugs in his high estima

tion of himself. The old man and

friend, entirely unarmed, went out in
a beat on the lake near, their home to

r;sn. l ne man -oitenued accompanied

by a fellow villain, laid for the couple

as in?y returned, ; opened fire on

them when the boat was a short dis

, ,;tance from the shore, when they had

no cnance lor resistance or escape

and shot them down, wounding ore

mortally and the other severely. There

has never been a more cowardly or

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inexcusable murder committed in this much to even keep the room in a

state.

Braswell and Loman were arrest

ed, tried, found guilty and sentenced
tijthe.'penitentiary..They'shouldhave

ben hung. Their case was appealed
but the supreme court confirmed their

sentence. And now the pardoning
board turns them loose to perhaps
commit another murder apiece. ; We

are informed that one of them had
previously killed a man," but was re released
leased released on the plea of self-defense J ;

:Mr;, Scofield states a letter from

Controller Amos says that he and At

torney General Swearingen voted

against the pardcn. This putSithe
blame on the governor, Secretary

Crawford "and Commissioner McRae.
Ve would truly like to "know what
excuse they have for outraging jus justice
tice justice and disgracing their state.

Ocala has an institution of which

she is ; proud, namely, her little rest
room, which is now providing comfort

and convenience for over a thousand
people a month.' Rest rooms, except
in private establishments, are of,;re-

cent date, and we point to ; the rest

room in Ocala as being the first in
our state to -be governed and support

ed by the city. This room was opened

in 1915, When a small allowance made
ample provision for all its needs. It

is at the present 'time being run by

the same allowance, regardless of the

fact of the vast increase t of the cost

of maintenance, lne council pro

poses to materially increase the i al

lowance for assisting the rest room

after the first"- of December, but at
the present time funds are at their
lowest ebW. v Mrs. C. '.- R. Tydings is
the faithful chairman ? of the rest
room committee. Tit is to her, guid guidance
ance guidance that those most interested are
looking. It is owing to her watchful

care that the increased cost of main

tenancehas not been entirely too

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er upon reaching home. New discip disciplinary
linary disciplinary methods, however, have been

invented in recent years and are now

geenrally accepted. In the matter

of taking corrective measures, all
that i3 expected of a teacher nowa

days is that; she shall apologize to
the children whenever, she, wittingly
or unwittingly, hurts their feelings.
St. Augustine Record.
There are a whole lot of other good
old school methods that have gone
into the discard.

PIIILATHEA CLASS

The Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school held its regular busi business
ness business meeting in the Baraca rooms
Monday evening at 3 o'clock.
: After the minutes were read, the

meeting was open to new business.
An interesting letter from Miss Mar-
nnori f a Tr va f 1n yt-"o o A

A motion was made and seconded
that the class have its minutes re recorded,
corded, recorded, in the regulation rote books.
The president, Mrs. -Floyd, then
discussed the origin of the first Phil Philathea
athea Philathea class. It was decided that the
regular election of officers should be
held in January.
Motion was made and seconded that
the secretary make press reports of
important meetings and that the cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary report at each
meeting.
Mrs. Theu3 was asked .to order
samples of the regulation Philathea
stationery, andihe class discussed
wearing the 'Philathea pins.
The president announced that the

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next class mcttir.g would bo

immediately after tha rctur.i

U.-.eher, 2.1r3. Will C:ry.
Each member was r;v;2s:"
think of some rT.rcr-;L,tr

Hallowe'en entertainment befcre .tlxs
next meetiflg.
'There being no further business,
the meeting was adjourned. ....
:' Ava Lee Edwards,
,; Recording Secretary.

All -.'hats at greatly reduced-prices

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room

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for new stock ferrivisg
111 East Ercsiwav. two

doors from Western Union. 'Stdlvltw

Mrs. J. E. Aliemand left i?U?lzy
for Columbus, Ohio, for a two r.-.-nths
visit with her sister. ,-"

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running condition. As all may real realize
ize realize the room is run even as our own

homes with sundry expenses, besides

he annual call for rent. This is the

ime of the rest room's greatest need, j

The chairman, while most efficient,

should not be allowed to bear the bur burden
den burden of anxiety alone. A few contribu-

ions have already been made.. Others

are being offered. Will those who
feel interested also contribute their

portion thai: the burden may not fall
too heavily .upon the few?

We will have to start another war

in order to stop the drives!

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gasoline that the government may

put them all on rations.

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Candidate Cox says the mothers of

this country will check. war. They

are much more likely to check mre

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psiauon, bo 11 anomer country iorces

war on this one it will be whipped

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The man who reads his neighbor's

paper instead of subscribing for it

himself is no worse than the one who

uses his neighbor's telephone or his

water hydrant, so go to it, you

spongers.

Now we shall see what we shall

see. Cox says he can prove the re

publicans have a campaign fund of

$15,000,000, and the republicans have

challenged him to prove it. It wil

be bad for Cox if he can't.

i nis nunger striKe Dusmess is

playing out. Officers of the law le

a fool starve himself to death the

other day and if their example i3

widely followed hunger strikes wil

be broken.

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Hon. S. D. Harris of St. Petersburg

will be a member of the nextvIegisla

lature. He will also be speaker of
the house. A better selection could

not be made. Tampa Tribune.

- We remember hearing of a Mr. Har
ris down that way but fail to remem

ber who MJ was. What does Mr,

Harris do, anyhow? C
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The Star has sent out quite a few
notices of past due ; subscriptions

within the past two weeks to partios

who have failed to respond, so if your

paper is discontinued don t get

grouch. Pay up and all will be pleas

ant,-but' we can not pay from 16 to

19 cents a pound for news prin

and givelit away, whether it be to

our friends or enemies.

Con Ft -Khm and Osceola

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When Franklin Dl, ; Roosevelt said
that Mr. Wilson offset the British Em Empire's
pire's Empire's vote in the league of nations
by securing the 1 admission of Cuba,
Hayti, Santo 'Domingo and Panama,
he drew on his imagination and did
little honor to Mr. Wilson. The only
one of the nations he names that
amounts to anything is Cuba, and the
string America, has tied to the island
is by no means stout. 1

A dispatch elsewhere says that W.
S. Tucker's pardon has been revoked
and the magnificent sum of ?100 of offered
fered offered for his apprehension. There is
no reward for hi3 wife, who with the
exception of being much braver and
smarter, is worse than he. It may be
that the law doesn't allow the par pardoning
doning pardoning board to offer any larger re reward.
ward. reward. If it does, the board should
offer the limit. It was as ridiculous
in regard to the Tucker case as it has
been outrageously indecent in the
Braswell and Lowman case.

Formerly school teachers whipped
recalcitrant children, and it was not
an uncommon thing for the pupil who
had been thrashed in school to get
another one from his father or moth-

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mileane for each collar of c

a tire purposely .made to be-offered
at a sensationally low price; buy the
tire, not the price
Built to deliver exceptional mileage
at exceedingly low cost, Goodyear
Tires, of the 30 11 3, 30 j 3Vj2- and
3 1 x 4-inch sizes, save inconvenience,
disappointment and money.
Their value results from -the -appli
cation' of 'Goodyear experience,
txp ertness and: care : totheir : manu manufacture
facture manufacture in the world's largest tire
factory devoted to these skes.

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Station for Goodyear Tires for the
real worth and endurance that Good Goodyear
year Goodyear builds into them.

30 x 3'A Goodyear CC
DoubJc-Cut e Fabric, Q AdV
All -Weather TrcaJ V h

30 x jV2 Goodyear Cf
Single-Cure Fabric, S 1
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more thma the pries ycu ked to p&y
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partment department please phcnc-- 35.
The Klenzo Family complete is now
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pound at Cook's Market. Phone 213.

Mrs. TA Carmichael left today for

an extended trip to Baltimore, "Wash "Washington
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For All Kinds of
BRICK AND CONCRETE VOP.X,
LATHING, PLASTERING, ETC.
Repair T7ork a Specialty
WM. A. TINS2IAN, OCALA.

PRACTICAL : CARPENTER AND
BUILDER

Careful estimates made on all co-

tract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other

contractor m the. city. .

Gary Bloclc ;
Ocala - Florida

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c'ec: ed with the most zealous
r"-.w&x care.

brJk. J.VEIHE,
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Eyesight Specialist,

ZncnT0A nprans in one-nound boxes.

They're delicious. Court "Pharmacy tf

Mr. David Connor left Saturdiy

for Lumber City, Ga., to see his wife,

who has, been quite ill. j

Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting: is now in. Ocala S?l
Store,. ;8-ll-tX
Mrs. C. G. Bryant has r returned
from a two months visit to the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina.
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Use Klenzo Creme and 'ieep.ycwT
teeth white; 25 cents at Genu's Draj
Store. -:
We are pleased to note, that Mrs.
Sanders, who has been quite ill, is

now on the road to recovery.
Just' say Banana Split and get the
best delicacy you ever tasted. The
Court Pharmacy. ,17-tf
Cards have been received by friends

from Mrs. II. W. Uenry. saying that

she has gone from Knoxville, ienn.,
to Ciifton Forge, Va.

Dnn't fail to visit the Gssrantce

Clothing & Shoe. Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is cutrar.teed. Yve'ie

fighting for QUALITY net. prise-, '.tf

Mrs. P. W. Whiteside-left today for

Arcadia, where she. will be the -guest

of .her sister, Mrs. W. A Fe-iot ar i
family for several-weeks. "f

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ITsp. "Coodniht'' and then pro, to

sleep; 25 cents at Geris's Drus tcra.

Mr Pbillin G. Murchv cf ths Ilur-

phy Motor Company yesterday sold a
new Garford motor truck to the Or-

alndo Chero-cola Bottling Ccrnpry.

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Ice Cream Soda. Court Pharmacy, tf

AftTflctivp cards announcing the! "-

marriage of Miss Nellie GotUieb tol"

Mayor Thompson of' JLaiceiana nave 1 f ; )
been received by friends in this city,

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when you want high class fresa r.c::aM
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and groceries. prcrapuy.ceuTterv.a.ix

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Mr. II. C. Koench of T7ashir.gtorj,

the popular representative of .tJ
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sale jewelry, is a visitor m tne city.

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each, where -they will be joined Dy sj

riends from Atlanta, They will stop!

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M.r. Norman Ilorne arrived hem

yesterday after a ten days' vhit .to

Atlanta. v Mr. Home will return ito

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Atlanta about Sept. 2Cth to er

Georgia Tech.

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pprms in the mouth.-throat and Crslll

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channel; 25 and 50 cents st Oengsj

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after a pleasant visit to her tuts,!

Mrs. P. W. Whitesidc-s and, Miss Josiei

Williams, returned to her home in

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Throat. OEice over Z and 10, cert t!cr,s

Mis. Reese Lindsay has. returned If

to her home m. Anthony alter a visix
tf'N?w York and Washington. and

was the-guest of her sister-in-law, j

Mrs. J. L. Leitner yetserclay.

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. Meet me at the American Cafe,
Cnion Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family- styles. Best dinner in
the state for 75c." Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p.m. 17-tf
. Mrs. J. W. Crosby and children,
Mildred., and J. W. Jr., arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a nine weeks sojourn in
Georgia, part of which time was
spent most enjoyably in Atlanta.
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visitors in the city yetserday: C E.
Randall, Belleview; Mrs. L. K. Bishop,
Weirsdale; Mrs. F. S. Holly, Connor;
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. YsTilli&mson, Lake

Kerr; Mrs. F. G. Denney, Oklawaha;

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LATEST LOCALS
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Temperature this morning, 72; this
afternoon, 88.
You'll profit by reading the ads in
every day's Star.
Ocala i3 going to play High Springs
this afternoon and tomorrow at Hun Hunter
ter Hunter Park.
Mr. Percy Smith, now engaged with
Smith & Co., Jacksonville, is home
for a few days, resting up.
"Goodnight" chase3 mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
Lottie at Gerig's Drag Store. tf

Mr. B. Goldman, Ocala's "why pay
more" merchant, returned last night
from a business trip to Jacksonville,
Misses Dorothy and Frances Yonge

of Jacksonville are the attractive
guests of their grandmother, Mrs. R.
E. Yonge and aunt, Mrs. Lester Lu Lucas.
cas. Lucas. Thev will remain, for a two

weeks visit.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Everything-we
sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

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Mr. and Mrs. S. A; Khouri and
three sons have moved to Ocala from
St. Petersburg and are making their
heme at ICS Orange avenue. Mr.
Khouri is a baggagemaster on At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line.

son's mother, Mrs. Crippeny who is
quite ill. This estimable family will
again make Ocala their home this
winter. Mr. Anderson has accepted
a position in the Jones garage.

Mr. D. M. Barco, county registra

tion officer, ask3 the Star to tell the
women of Marion county that as soon
as the woman suffrage amendment
has been properly certified he will

publish notice of the fact with such
information as will assist in the
proper registration of everybody.'
Conditions will soon force the Star
to raise its subscription rates Of

course, due notice of the exact date
upon which the new rate will go into
effect will be given. However, any
subscriber will be allowed to pay up
as( far in advance as he desires at the
present rate.
Notwithstanding the heat, a good
number attended the weekly dance
given by Mrs. Tom Barnes in her
classroom over the Commercial Bank,
Tuesday evening. The roon was fixed
up prettily, and all present had a
pleasant evening.
One of the events the Star regrets
to announce is the early emigration
of Mrs. Florence George from her old
home at MorristOn to a new one at
Clearwater. Mrs. George has passed
most of her life in Marion and west

ern Levy, with many visits to Ocala,
and is one of the most charming and
popular ladies in this section. She

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Mrs. E. G. Ware of Mayo is the
guest for the. week of her son, Mr.
Ware -and., family -in thi3 city, Mr.'
G. G. Tare, president of the First
National Bank of Leesburg, will ar arrive
rive arrive tomorrow to be with his mother
during her visit here.
Try Norris Gold Box assorted can candies
dies candies in 1, 2 and 3-pound boxes. Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Ocala, dealers. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-tf
Mrs. Ed Anderson and daughters,
Eva and Ann, who with Mr. Ander Anderson
son Anderson spent last winter in Ocala, have
returned to Florida from their home
in Jamestown, N. D., and have gone
to Eushnell to be with Mrs. Ander-

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, Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us'prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, sellingat the price.

expects to leave Morrison in a few
days and go to Clearwater, where she
will prepare her fine, new home for
a big house party. Her friends here
hope she will be happy and prosper prosperous
ous prosperous in her new home, and make many
visits to the old one.
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Mrs. C. L. Gamsby leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a visit to Montreal, where
she will be the guest of her son
Cameron, an ex-Ocala boy, an officer
during the war in the Royal Flying
Corps, and now an enterprising
young business man of Montreal.

NOTICE
The board of county commission commission-era
era commission-era of Marion county will receive bids
at their office in the Marion county
court house, September 8th, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public roads
and bridges in the several commis commissioners
sioners commissioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
- The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any or all bids.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest, P. H, Nugent, Clerk: 3-7

Get the habit of reading the ads.

COWS, JERSEYS AND GRADES

Fine one just fresh, heifer calf.
Milks over four gallons. Also pure
bred heifer to freshen in few days.
Plenty of young stock.
Call or telephone,
R. L. ANDERSON,' '
8-6-tf ? Law Library Building

- Smith House, just remodeled. Rooms
w ith or without bath, Nice cool dining
room. Reasonable rates. Special rates

for meai3 by the week. No, 310 North

Main St. Phone 2G0.

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Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
ihe following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not' guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave - Arrive
2;2Jam Jack3onville-N'York 2:10am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:C5pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Taznpa-
. 2:15 am Manatee- r4:05pm
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 um
1:50 pn Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:C5 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3: So pm
" 6:12 am Jksonville-Gnesvilla 10:13 om
2:43 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:15 am
3:23 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7 :10 am Dunnellon-Ti ilcox
7:23 an Dundlcn-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:23 pm Ilomosassa 1 :C0 pm
, 10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
,4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
"Monday, Wednesday,- Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

Funeral Directors '& Istinlaers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Phones 555 and 225
Open All Night
OCALA, FLORIDA

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OPERATION 1 :
Ddcs-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. One gallon of coal
oil gives you four times 33
much light when used for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives in
coal-oil lamps.
Write for catalog.

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il cer-il tainly be thankful for the
automobile. It has ofiven
them a chance to Gee a lot
more of their hucbands.

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Z&l&ctyout tires ac according
cording according to the roads
they h&vo to travel:
. In sandy or hilly coun country,
try, country, wherever the going
fa apt to be heavy The
U.S. Nobby.
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roads The U. C Chain
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For frost wheel'
The U. C Plain.
For best results
svetyw hertu U. S.
Iioys.1 Cord.

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deal more than that
It has brought people closer
together, given them nevr
.interests, swept avay old
prejudices.
Wliat affects one man no?
generally affects a good many
of his neighbors in the came
, way. And they have a better
chance to get together and
talis things over.
It's had its effect on the
tire business.
When automobiles were
new people were willing to
buy any kind of a tire. Nov

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And the snore they insist,
the better it will be for us.
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to knoT what they arc
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That's why we represent
. XJ. G. Tires so there vili be
no dcziht about it
Whatever the size of j cur
- car, you know that the XJ. S.
Tire you put cn it is the es
Idnd cfiiro its makers knor
how to make.
XJ. S. Tires arc guanmtecd

for life, vzitlicui any I

trJion of milearrc

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thing to the man who has
thought about tires.

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AUTO SALES CO, Ocala, Fla.
B. F .CONDON. Ocala, Fla.
AKLO BOX CO., Oak, Fla.
NELSON & CO., Belle view, Fla.

EDWAR DTUCKER, Ocala. Fla.
GATRELL-OSTEEN CO., Fairfield.
REDDLNG'S GARAGE, Redikk, Fla.
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS, Oca

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A HOT TIME IN T'.lZl

OLD TOWN THIS HOl.lQ

( Associated Press)
New York, Au-. 24. Ei"!.t .

injured In a fire which trrrr'l
score cf families in cn E... t SI-
ement this morning. The Citric i )

to play streams of water cn ti. :..ts
huddled on..cromled fire e;;.ip;3 be because
cause because cf the intense heat.

TWO NEW FOREIGN POSTS

OF THE LEGION FORMED

Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 25.-An-nouncement
ha 3 been made at nation national
al national headquarters of the American Le Legion
gion Legion here of tlie formation cf new

foreign posts cf the organization hi
Japan and Beljjium. There are rjow

13 posts of the legion outside cf the
United States.

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WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOI!
- SALE, FOIt RENT AND Bill.
-' ILAR LOCAL NEI1D3

' RATES--Sis; line, m.tszlmxiza or.3
time, 25c.; three tinaes, 50c; six iimss
75c.; one inon1h,,$3. .Psjabla ia i
vance. ;

pianc. vemrui i- ionaa. ury laia,

high school Woods matcher, Her Her-shon'
shon' Her-shon' Ebcty-hich band resav tir .tar
suer, live rolls, stock shcii, power,
steam and electric motors. TI: 3 crJy
. lumber bus! psrs in town of .SC"J3
.people. Plenty cf timber beisgr cr
" but one hundred and fifty gawnilla
nearby.- Ran opportunity. Addrcsa,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf

HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD II .-si
your orders 'to Saoak'a Shop. Ilioa
?146. Z-zi

FOR SALE "en-head cf mulas. mil
exchange foir cattle, goat3' or sheep.

J. U. Meffert. Ocala, Fla.

WILL ERECT IIOUSE-To sail or
lease or Will convert our upstairs
into fiat with two-year-hase. Max
YFishel. .- 14-I2t

LAKE WE1R- Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at VocJ VocJ-.
. VocJ-. mar, Eastlake; running- watei,
. hai.hvoom, tciUet," acetylene gas, ?wo
beJ.-ooirs in each house. For prices
arid particulars, apply to David ,.
Woodrow. Rax 581. Ocala, Fla. 0-tf

FOR .RENT furnished house. Ap Ap-j
j Ap-j ly to C. A. llolloway, 715 Lime St.,
Ocala, phon'B .i78. 23-t
WANTED One or two lady teachers
or school girls to board. Apply to
Mrs. F. Lytle, 615' S.- Sanchez t
phone S88. ' 24-Ct

FOR RENT Or For Sale Two Two-story,
story, Two-story, 11-rcom house, furnished.'
' Possession given Sept. 1st. Apply
to Mrs. T, C. Carter, at Carter's
.' Bakery.. 24-Ct 1

FOR RENT Unfurnished house No.
214 Orange avenue. Sirs. Martha
Williams. 24-Ct
FOR SALE Five room ccttasa oa
Sanchez street; all conveniences;
large lot. Apply to Mrs. E. L. L:.n
222 E. Washington Sx. 2i-St

WANTED To buy a mandolin. Phc-n;

r 00

WANTED To buy a baby push cart
and a piano.. Both. must be in goc&'
condition. Apply, to "Bargain,
care Star cfSce. 24-t

LOST Rimless nose glasses; slijhi.
piece out of each case. I'l-iurn to
"C," care Star cSke. 3-St

Use a good Klenzo Tooth Ercsi.,
Sold only at Gerig's Bras Store, tf

A TWICE-TOLD TALE

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One of Interest to Oiur

Good news bears
when it is. confirm

lapse "of 'tim.?, even if we htutatci to
believe it at first hearing, v.-a fed
cure in accepting its truth now. TI' a
following experience cf an Ocnla ia
ii confirmed after live years.
Chas. C. French, carper tr, IC
Sanchez St,' says: "I had b-ea 1 -7-ing
attacks of backache and k: 'r.'.j
trouble for soraa time. I fe.t r;;. r r-sble
sble r-sble and rua down, but y:ri as r ?-
as I beg-an. using Doan's ilid-ey TMz
I got relief. I have relied crorx this
medicine evr si'nee and have recom recommended
mended recommended it to .others ecr:;Ia:r;;n cf
their kidneys." (Statement given
June SO, 1914.) J
On April 16, 1918, Mr." French tali:
"I haven't had any syr-.ptorr.ii of kid kidney
ney kidney trouble for a long time. Daaa's
Kidney Pill:& cured me and I have en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed fine health ever since. I f
renew the statement I made in i91t.M
1'rice C0c.v at all dealers.' Diat
simpiy ask for a kidney rexaiiy
Doan's Kidney Pills ths same t
Mr. French had. Foster-Milhurr. C.:.,'
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.Adv. ti

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