The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Full Text
EVENING

POINTED PARAGRAPHS
DEFINITIONS FOIi AUTO
X'- X v "'.
Nail A small parasite Infastte? anto
tires,, quite"; harmful to the otrra
temper and pocketbook? c
Noise Something many autes liave
-behind but c&nnof lose. - 'v
Neutral-The position of ther rear
wffen the engine is running and hm
car Is standing' still, mora often tho
position of the passengers whan the ?
irate farmer demands damages.
Put not your trust tn money, but put
your money In trust. Holmes.
The use of money Is all the advant advantage
age advantage there Is In having: It. Franklin.
Money is a handmaiden if you know know-how,
how, know-how, to use It a mistress If you do not
know how. Horace.
Make all you can; save all you can;
give all you can.--Wesley.
VOL. 18.
OCALA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 4. 1911.
NO. 52.
EVERY DAY
Delegate Wlekerahaiu of Alanka Fare

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ACCOUNTS m ill

B! is ni mnii ... UH

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the Attorney General With a
SerlauM Charge
Washington, August 1 The feud be

It is surprising, even to us, to
note the new business which
cooes So us daily, proving
0
First That our efforts to
please are appreciated.
Second That we have the
Confidence of the people.
Third That te masses think
well of us.

Fourth That our location
convenient.

is

THE
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
BANK
OCALA, - FLORIDA
rinirn o ivrn

ruu.cn 0!i a i en

DKNTAIj SURGEONS

- iiiv wvby Atawiii viMtii i muj M-M am.

r, OCALA FLORIDA
.. TERMS, CASH.

J. E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, lO and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,

OCALA

FLORIDA

TERMS, CASH

L F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA FLORIDA

Office Honrs, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5

p. m. Phone 211.
TERMS, CASH.

F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon

General Practice Calls Made Prompt

ly -Night or Day.

Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis

eases of Women and Children.

Office Rooms 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder

Building. Second Floor. Phones,

Office No. 333; Residence No. 333

DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN

Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. C.

Ioeated at the Jones Hospital oa South

Flrt Street. Weat
OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promptly Answered.

G. J. PHILLIPS

Contractor and Builder

Plans ana specifications Furnished

Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIDA

EDWARDDRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,

DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR

Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. .Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimate?
made on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Room 27, Holder Block
OCALA - FLORIDA

HUNTER THE LOCKSMITH
MENDS UMBRELLAS, FILES SAWS,
o
Repairs Locks, Fits or Makes Keys,
Repairs Guns, Etc., Etc., In a
Prompt and Workmanlike
Manner.

CALL ON OR SEND FOR HIM

He Can Either do Your Work or

nave It Done.
Corner North aad Orange Streets
(Opposite Smoak'a Shop)
06ALA ... FLORIDA

Opinion of the Superintendent of the

Jacksonville Electric Light Plaat
on the Proposition Made by
the fmmpn
Mr. R. C. Camp, president f the

Florida Power Company, which is of

fering electricity to the city of Ocala.
has given the Star permission to make

public he following correspondence,
which is just now of prime interest to

our citizens.

"Ocala, Fla., July 28. 1911."

'Mr. N. Ellis. Jacksonville, Fla.:

"Dear Sir Enclosed herewith you

will find a copy of a proposition I

have made th city of Ocala.

In order that we may. serve the city

at the rate named, it is necessary for

us to build a line twenty-five miles

long, for (ft.OOO volts and erect a sub substation.
station. substation. It is estimated that the line
and sub-statipn will cost 130,000. The
city at present has an average load of

fifty K. W. for the year. At
the present moment it is only 43 K. W.
for the 24 hours. In winter the peak
load amounts to about 300 K. W. and

as I have said the average is only fifty.
The city is now burning twelve cords

of woods for each day of 24 hours and

turning out with this amount 1032 K.

W. hours. They have simple engine
and cannot run condensing, as they
have no water. I cannot see how the
city can reduce the cost of power un

less they install a gas producer plant,

and I believe then It would cost them

more than if they bought power from
us. Of course you must consider the

nterest and depreciation on a gas pro

ducer plant, which as you know is
very high. You have to consider their

peak load and low average load. I

noticed in your office while there that
your peak load is only two and a half
times your average, whereas Qeala's is

six times the average in winter.

"Taking into consideration the figures

which I have given you, and the en enclosed
closed enclosed proposition made to the city, I

would like to have a frank and candid

statement from you, as to your opin

ion of the fairness of it and would like
to know if you consider it a good one.
I am asking you this because some of
the members are reciting what you
are doing and I don't think It fair to
us to compare Jacksonville with Ocala.

Don't hesitate to express yourself, as

I don't want the business unless I can
get it on terms fair to the city as well
as myself.

"Thanking you In advance for a

prompt reply, I am,

"Yours truly,
"Florida Power Company,"
"R. C Camp. President."
Proposition from the Power Company
Following is the proposition made

by the Florida Power Company to the
city:

Rosebank Cottage, Asheville, N. C."
"July 12. 1911."

"Mr. Robert R. Carroll. Ocala. Fla.:

Dear Sir After a careful analysis

of the conditions in Ocala we have de decided
cided decided to offer electric power to the city
at the following rates:

For the first 36,500 kilowatt hours

used in any calendar month, three

cents per kilowatt hour; for the next

18,250 kilowatt hours used over and

above the aforesaid number of kilo

watt hours, the rate of two and one-

half cents per kilowatt hour; for all

current use in any calendar month over

and above 54,750 kilowatt hours, the

rate of two cents per kilowatt hour.

If the city will build a line to Dun-

nellon we shall be pleased to furnish

you current at two cents per kilowatt
hour, preferring to sell current at Dan Dan-nellon
nellon Dan-nellon at two cents than to build and

maintain a line to Ocala, believing that

he slightly higher rate we are mak

ing in Ocala scarcely offsets the ex
penditures for line and maintenance.

"A comparison of our measurements
with your auditor's findings indicates
that the actual cost of power from
your steam plant for the last twelve

months was practically 4 cents per
kilowatt hour, the items of deprecia depreciation
tion depreciation and interest on the investment be being
ing being altogether neglected. Since this is
the case, it seems to us needless to
point out the wisdom of purchasing
power and the equity of rates we are
offering.
"Unless this offer is acted upon in a
reasonable length of time, we reserve
the privilege of withdrawing our pro proposal.
posal. proposal. "Yours truly,
"Florida Power Company,"
"R. C. Camp, President."
Mr. Elba' Reply
"Jacksonville, Fla., July 29."
"Mr. R. C. Camp, General Manager the
Florida Power Co., Ocala, Fla.:
"Dear Sir Yours of the 26th, enclos enclosing
ing enclosing your proposition to furnish electric
current to the city of Ocala to hand.
"I have looked it over carefully and
think for the amount of current fur furnished
nished furnished that your proposition is a very
fair one, as I do not think the city city-could
could city-could generate so small an amount of
current with such a high peak load at
the price you have made them even if
they had a first class gas engine plant.
In 1904 with a good Corliss compound

engine and surface condensers and the

output 9,000 K. W. per day, the cost per

K. W. at the switchboard was 1.52, ad

ding interest and depreciation on the

value of the power house ($180,000)
would bring the cost of current at the

switchboard up to 2.02 cents per K. W.

"We have now a power plant com composed
posed composed of steam turbines with surface
condensers, and an output of current
amounting to 25,000 K. W. per day, a
load factor of .40. Current now costs
us at the switchboard 1 cent per K. W.
Add to this interest and depreciation
on the value of our power plant $280, $280,-000)
000) $280,-000) would bring the cost of power at
the switchboard to 1.5 cents per K. W.
"Your figures compare favorably
wlth our cost of production when our
output was 9,000 K. V. per day on
270,000 K. W. per month, four and one
half times as much output as you re require
quire require for a two-cent rate. The city of
Ocala should be able to get lights at a
very reasonable rate with current at
the switchboard at the rate you offer
them. "Yours very truly.
"R. N. Ellis."

tween Delegate Wickersham and At Attorney
torney Attorney General Wickersham neared

the "shorter and uglier word" yester

day when both appeared before the

House committee and Delegate Wick

ersham declared that he had placed the

evidence in the Alaska cases in the

hands of the attorney general over a
year ago.

"You know that's not true," said

Attorney General Wickersham.

It i3 true." retorted the delegate,
'and I am here to back the charges

that you have shielded ehiminals in

the Alaska syndicate. Nearly all the
documents I shall produce have been
in your hands over a year."

The original affidavit was then pro

duced alleging that the Alaska coal
dealers defrauded the government of
great amounts of land. The delegate
declared that he could not get the at

torney general to take any action.

RUSHED 10 1 HIE

American Revenue Cutter Drove Full
Speed Through the Pog to Succor a
DlMahled Canadian Crulncr
Halifax, N. S., August 1. The new-

Canadian navy was nearly deprived of

half its strength yesterday when the
flagship Niobe crashed on the south southwest
west southwest ledges of Cape Sable. Five hours
later she floated, leaking badly and

proceeded under her own power tc

Shag Harbor, ten miles away where

she is at anchor with six fathoms of
water and a soft mud bottom under
her.
The first to reach the side of the dis

abled cruiser was the United States

revenue cutter Androscoggin, which
promptly flashed back she would stand
by to help and would do all in her
power. Through the dense fog and
heavy sea, which is believed to havr?
been the cause of the Niobe's accident,
the Androscoggin rushed and was
standing by the Canadian cruiser when
the Canadian government's Stanley
and Lady Iaurier, which had been sent
to the scene, arrived from St. John. N.
B. with the tug McNaughton of Yarmouth.

HlOO RRWA1ID flOO

The readers of tli is paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrli Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medicl fraternity. Catarrh be being
ing being a constitutional disease, refiuires
a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the dis disease,
ease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in
its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case that
it fails to cure. Send for list of tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

OVERSHADOWS ALL OTHER ISSUES

Liquor Legislation Will Iave the Floor
.of Doth IIoiimcn of the Texan
Legislature
Austin, Texas, August 1. With the
liquor question overshadowing every
other topic discussed, the Texas legis legislature
lature legislature met yesterday in special session.
Although called to pass appropria appropriation
tion appropriation bills and limited by statute to

only such legislation as the governor
suggests in messages, it is generally
believed that bills affecting the liquor
traffic will be passed.
Governor Colquitt is an advocate of
strict regulation of the liquor traffic,
but is opposed to state-wide prohibi prohibition.
tion. prohibition. A majority of the House and
senate have declared themselves in fa favor
vor favor of prohibition.
The recent prohibition election, in
which the wets" won, may be investigated.

A Practical Sagsefttlon from the Corn Corn-taaael
taaael Corn-taaael Philosopher, Who Wantn to
Start a Peanut Pactory
Reddick, July 31, 1911.
Editor Star: There is no safer, saner
nor steadier man in Marion county
than Mr. J. M. Meffert of Ocala and his
every move on every line testifies that
his judgment is good, that his ex executive
ecutive executive ability means success and that
his investments pan out well.
Mr. Meffert in the Star of July 22nd
advocates the establishment of a fac factory
tory factory in Ocala to xitilize the peanut and and-it3
it3 and-it3 bi-products into commercial pro products
ducts products and I heartily endorse what he
says and believe there is no industry
that could be started In Marion county
that would give as good results as a
peanut factory to use the many thous thousands
ands thousands of tons of peanuts that could be
raised if there was a market for them.
Our peanuts are mostly sold in the
upper part of the state, and a large
crop oversupplies the demand,. but wih.
a factory in Ocala at a fair price for
the seed, the crop would be just the
thing for our farmers.
A four-horse gasoline engine con connected
nected connected to a peanut thrasher will pick
the peanuts from the vines at a cost of
little more than it does to thrash
wheat or oats. Mr. C. M. Carn, Mr.
Danby, Mr. H. G. Hull and others have
machines and have successfully picked
off their peanuts for years. A ton of
good hay to the acre, 30 to 50 bushels
peanuts to the acre, enough feed in the
ground to fatten several hogs to the
acre, and as the peanut is a nitrogen
gathering plant it enriches land and
puts it In fine shape for spring plant planting.
ing. planting. I will take stock in such an enter enterprise
prise enterprise and prefer it to be a co-operative
stock concern of. farmers than an in interest
terest interest and profit bearing corporation,
and will join Mr. Meffert and others in
the effort to immediately start the per perfecting
fecting perfecting of such a plant.
A large grist mill in connection, that
would convert corn into corn products
in the right shape, would keep. many a
dollar in the county thatgoeshto
northern corn growers and bet- a profit
both .to the farmer and plant owners.
A plant of this kind in afew years

successfully operated woulitvao 'an im immense
mense immense business. Yours truly,
L. S. Light.

Bat -North Carolinian Lack Water for
Chaaera Region Around Charlotte
Literally Going: Dry
Charlotte, N. C. August 1. The wa water
ter water situation here Is growing more se serious.
rious. serious. There is no water from the
regular sources. The only relief af afforded
forded afforded is by hauling water in tank
cars from Catawba river, ten miles
away. A large force of men is con connecting
necting connecting the city' reservoir with Briar
creek. This is expected to give about
two-thiMs of the usual supply.
Drought has affected practically ev every
ery every nearby town. Supplies have been
curtailed. Many cities are running pipe
lines to creeks. Wadesboro reports
conditions serious. Greensboro is mak making
ing making preparations to tap an additional
supply. Morganton's plight is serious,
and other places report similar conditions.

i ri sex

HOT WEATHER HURTS THE SKIN
;
Poisonous perspiration causes rashes,
hives, blotches, pimples and prickly
heatj often the beginning of serious
skin troubles.
To wash away the .poison entirely,
apply a simple solution known as D.
D. D. Prescription for Eczema. D. D.
D. is generally sold in $1 bottles, but
for 25c. we can give you enough to
prove that the very first drops soothe
and heal the inflamed skin as nothing
else can.
We vouch for the wonderful proper properties
ties properties of D. D. D., for we know that it
brings instant relief for all kinds of
skin trouble. Postoffice Drugstore
and Annex, J. J. Gerig, Proprietor.

PaMtor Hey wood of Chicago Dtaaents
from the Commonly Accepted Opin Opinion
ion Opinion that Women Support the
Churchea

Chicago, August 1. Sunday was the

last" day of the pastorate of the Rev.

C H. Heywood, the youngest ordained

minister in Illinois, at the Wentworth

Avenue Baptist church. His resigna

tion was offered because his salary of
$1,000 a year would not permit him to
wed the lady of his choice. Miss Flor

ence Woodman is the young woman to

whom he is engaged and for love of
whom he has abandoned his flock to
hunt for a more profitable job.

Parson Heywood, like most men

since Adam, puts the blame on the fair

sex. The women of his congregation,
he says, think nothing of paying $s

for a pair of stockings, and make up

for the extravagance by dropping pen

nies into tne collection plate. They

think more of their legs than their

souls, intimates the indignant minis

ter.

If the men would only go to church,

declares the Rev. Heywood, the minis

ter could depend on three squares per

diem and could even afford the luxury

of a wife. As it is, he says, most of
the regular church goers are women
and, while they are willing workers,
they are financial tightwads. "Besides,"
adds the youthful minister, "they talk

too much."

In view of the latter statement, some

of the women of the church say it is

Just as well he is quitting.

VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE ON GOOD TERMS

Large, 10-room house with large
grounds. Lot is 140x250 feet. Has
large- two-story stable with two good
stalls, also carriage room; a two two-room
room two-room servant's house, also house suit suitable
able suitable for garage. Fruit trees, etc. Has
fine large lawn. Is situated "on one of
the prettiest streets in Ocala, four
blocks from court house. Apply for
terms to Box 180 or A. C. L. freight
depot, care J. F. Thompson.

GREAT HOLE UNDER GOTHAM

DOING THEIR DUTY

Score of Ocala Header are Learning;
the Duty of the Kldness
To filter the blood is the kidneys
duty.
When they fail to do this the kid kidneys
neys kidneys are sick.
Backache and many kidney ills fol follow;
low; follow; Help the kidneys do their work.
Doan's Kidney Pills build up weak
kidneys.
Ocala people endorse our claim.
T, T. Madden, 102 Orange Ave., Ocala,
Fla., says: "I am well pleased with the
results I have received from Doan's

Kidney Pills, procured at Tydings &
Co's. Drugstore. My kidneys did not
do their work as they should and there
was much lameness and soreness
across my back. I used Doan's Kidney
Pills as directed and they brought me
such great relief that I was convinced
of their merits." m
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Company, Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the
United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 8

Work Commenced on Another Subway,

that Will CoMt $300,000 and Take
Four Year to Build

New York, August 1. Ground for

the new Broadway and Lexington av avenue
enue avenue subway, Manhattan's second un underground
derground underground artery of transportation.

was broken yesterday. This subway
is one of the important links of New

York's -vast projected subway and ele
vated system, to cost nearly $300,000,

000. It is designed to relieve traffic

congestion. Eight thousand men will
soon be engaged on the task. Four

years will be required to complete the

four track line.

READ THIS

APARTMENTS FOR RENT

The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house.

Foley Kidney Pills will check the
progress of your kidney and bladder

trouble and heal by removing the

cause. Try them. Court Pharmacy.

One small bottle of Hall's Texas

wonder cures kidney and bladder

troubles', gravel, .diabetes, neuralgia,

rheumatism, weak and lame backs in
all ages. Write to Dr. E. W. Hall,

2926 CHive street, St. Louis, Mo., for

local testimonials. Sold by druggists

IlERGER'S RIDICULOUS BILL

The Socialist Congressman Wants to

Pay a Poorhouse Salary to Every
Sexagenarian in the Country

Washington. August 1. Victor Ber Berber,
ber, Berber, the socialist congressman from

Wisconsin, has introduced a bill, pro

viding a pension eg four dollars week weekly
ly weekly for every man and woman in the

United States over sixty years old

Berger asserted that the oil workins

men and working women are entitled

to a living outside the poor houses
and without private charities' aid. He
asserted if the old parties and the su supreme
preme supreme court don't realize that fact
they will be wiped out of existence,
together with the old constitution.

HIVES AXD PRICKLY HEAT

RELIEVED FREE!

There are no conditions attached to

this offer. If you are suffering with
hives, prickly heat. Insect bites," or
any other skin affliction, we want you

to accept with our compliments a free

bottle of ZEMO, the clean liquid rem remedy
edy remedy for ecema. and all diseases of

the skin and scalp.

This free Dottle is not full size, but

it is large enough to show you the
wonderful healing, and soothing ef effects
fects effects of ZEMO.

Call today for your sample bottle

of ZEMO at the Postoffice Drugstore.

BARNARD WASXT BRAVE

Enough to Face Poverty, So he Took

the "Lorn? Leap Into the Dark"
Norfolk, Va., August l. W. H. Bar

nard, aged 52, a prominent hardware

merchant, committed suicide yester

day by shooting.

He left numerous notes to relatives

and business friends, assigning, among

other reasons for his act, the' fact that

poverty stared him in the face.

He stated that it was the "common

sense thing to do," because, if he lived

longer, he would be unable to keep up

heavy Insurance premiums.

LOSS OF TIME MEAXS LOSS OF PAY

Kidney trouble and the ills it breeds
means lost time and lost pay to many
a working man. M. Balent, 1214 Little
Penna street, Streator, 111., was 50 bad
from kidney and bladder trouble that
he could not work, but he says: "I took
Foley Kidney Pills for only a short
time and got entirely well and was
soon able to go back to work, and am
feeling well and healthier than be before."
fore." before." Foley Kidney Pills are tonic, in
action, quick in results a good friend
to the working man or woman who
suffers from kidne5r ills. Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.

PAID THE PENALTY

Xevr York Farmer Went to the Chair
for the Murder of HI Daughter
Dahnemora, N. Y., August 1. Char Charles
les Charles T. Green, a farmer, was electro electrocuted
cuted electrocuted yesterday at Clinton prison for
murdering his daughter, a fourteen-year-old
girl, on a farm near New
Scotland a year ago. The electrocu electrocution
tion electrocution had been twice stayed by the gov governor
ernor governor against the wishes of the con condemned
demned condemned man. who told his counsel that
he wanted to die.

SEEMED

TO GIVE
HIM A

NEW STOMACH

HAY FEVER, ASTHMA
AND SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved quickly and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it.
E. M. Stewart. 1034 Wolfram St., Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, writes: "I have been greatly
troubled during the hot summer months
with hay fever awl find that by using
Folej-'s Honey and Tar Compound I
get great relief." Many others who
suffer similarly will be glad to benefit
by Mr Stewart's experience. Sold by
Court Pharmacy.

"I suffered intensely after eating,
and no medicine or treatment I tried

seemed to do any good." writes H. M-

Youngpeters, editor of the Sun. Lake
View, Ohio. "The first few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets gave me surprsing relief, and
the second bottle seemed to give me a
new stomach and perfectly good
health." For sale by all dealers.

MARION-DUNN LODGE
NO. 19, F. & A. M.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
W. T. Mcllwaine. W. M
G. W. Martin, Secretary.

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We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work la Cr lirs
Am wre employ none but expert ne are la pettlea tm aaraatee er-ery-
piece of work we conMract to ittand the InBpeetlon mt the anaat
rield InMpector. It cotn nothing: to eet our Harare, aad raa are the
winner, whether we Meeure the contract or aot. Give va a trial.

M. W. TUOKEi

FORT KING BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

Ocala Harness Shop
OPPOSITE TOMPKINS & COBB'S STABLES I
Ocala, Florida
WE MAKE OLD HARNESS TAKE THE PLACE DF fJEUJ I
We Make or Repair Anything In the Harness list J
Give us a Trial. We Guarantee all Wcrtx. :

Magnificent New Resident 'Addition to Orc'n
FORT KING

There is No Better Investment. Lots Sold on Easy Terms. Prl

' from $45 to $210 per Lot. Ask at the Star Office for Plat. For
Information, Call on II. I). Stokes, lu 51. Murray or R. EL Carroll.

F0LEYS KIMEY PELS FOLEY'S 0M:0JME2

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ocala evening stab, Tuesday, august i, iwi.

OGALA EVENING STAR

Btttinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R, B. Carrroll, Business Manager.

J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

GIBBONS' VIEWS ON'
7 THE LEASE

SYSTEM

Cromwell Gibbons Is against the
continuance of the convict lease sys system'
tem' system' and while recently in Baltimore
expressed the following: sentiment with
reference to the leasing of voncicts by
this state:
. I am going to make my chief ap appeal,
peal, appeal, said Mr. Gibbons, "on the issue
of prison reform. I shall advocate
the abolition of our system of leasing
convicts and recommend that the men
be put to work on the public roads,
an employment that is at once humane
to them and of benefit to the taxpay taxpayers.
ers. taxpayers. They can also be utilized on
plantations which the state should ac acquire
quire acquire for the purpose of producing

supplies needed for the subsistence of

the convicts themselves. In this way
they will not come Into competition

with the labor of free and reputable
citizens. The leasing policy has been
condemned by an enlightened public
. Anlnlnn overv whore and t h A state

should not give it further counte
nance."

PHILLIPS

WANTS

SPARKMAX'S SHOES

Herbert 's. Phillips, of Tampa, the
brilliant states attorney for the sixth

circuit, has announced his candidacy

for representative from the first dls
trlct to Congress.

WILFRID HAS GONE TO WORK

The opening gun in the campaign

which will determine the fate of the
reciprocity pa-ctbetween the United

States and Canada was fired in Ottawa

Monday by he liberal leader. Sir Wil

frid Laurlerr : It was in the form of an

open address to the Canadian people
and in it Is set forth very clearly the
Issues involved in the present cam

paign.

The present conservative party, he
declared, is seeking to reverse this
life-long policy of its leader' of the

past. The enactment of the agreement,

the premier predicts, would further

improve the friendly relations exist

ing between Great Britain, Canada and

the United States, and would be an

important factor in bringing about
general treaty of arbitration.

Sir Wilfrid then referred to the re reciprocity
ciprocity reciprocity agreemnt of 1854 entered
into between Canada and the United

States 'which terminated in 1866.

"Ever since the termination of that

treaty, said, he, "all public men of any
prominence in Canada, whatever their
differences on other questions, have
been unanimous in the attempt to
again secure the free exchange of nat

ural products. Nor is this to be won

dered at, seeing that in the industries

of agriculture, fisheries, lumbering and

mining. Canada possesses advantages
not enjoyed by any other country on

earth and that upon the markets se

cured for the products of these, indus

tries depends the growth of our manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing and commercial interests
and prosperity of all classes in the
Dominion."
Reciprocity will win in the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming general election. This is in indicated
dicated indicated by a preliminary canvass of
the situation made in Parliament. The
real opinions of representative mem members
bers members of the House, both liberal and
conservative, were sought as to the re result
sult result In each province. When correlat correlated
ed correlated these show a safe majority for the
liberal party. This Is necessarily a
long-rang estimate. The personal
element of candidates yet to be nomi nominated,
nated, nominated, the diligence of the campaign
organizations and the plentitude or
paucity of funds may alter the situa situation.
tion. situation. The Laurier government has a ma majority
jority majority of 45 In the House, which di divides
vides divides thus:

Cons.
Ontario .51
Quebec 11
New Brunswick 2
Nova Scotia t 6
Prince Edward Islands. 1

BOARD OF TRADE

UaJoa Patwaser Statloa Sabjeet Will

Agala be Vp Xext Friday
Evealas
At tjie last meeting of the board of

trade the question of a union depot
here was discussed and the secretary

was requested to have a petition sign

ed asking the railroad commission to

have a union station placed at Ocala.

The papers have written a great

deal about 'this subject and published

letter to Mayor Robertson from the

railroad commission, turning down the

request for a union station. A good

many people are under the impression

that this letter was in regards to the

petition of the board of trade. This "is

not the case. The Woman s Cluo as

well as the board of trade is still cir

culating a petition for a union station.

and at the next meeting of the board
of trade, which takes place on next
Friday, August 4, at 5 o'clock, a letter
asking the railroad commission to

come here and look the proposition ov

er, as well as these two petitions!, will

be forwarded to them.

The board of trade will do all in its

power, with the able assistance of the
Woman's Club, to give Ocala a union
station and won't consider that the
matter Is closed until they get results.

M. J. Roess, President.

Louis F. Savarese, Secretary.

HOTEL FOR SALE

EASTLAKE

Eastlake, July 31. Eastlake's ven

erable ; judge, Alex Wynne, ba3 been

The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag-under the weather for the past three

nolia street paved with vitrified brick, weeks. His many friends wish for

centrally located bet wen the Seaboard him a speedy restoration to his usual
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line degree of health.
stations and within one block of The Woodmen of the World under

the government building and postof- supervision of Mr. J. E. Woods of Live
fice. This hotel has recently been Oak, Fla., organized a camp at Stan Stan-thoroughly
thoroughly Stan-thoroughly remodeled, and modernized ton, July 28th, with about fifty mem-

in every particular. Has over $3500jbrs. The officers of the camp are Dr.
worth of new furniture, new gas and H. W. Henry, W. A. Guthrie. E. P.

wood range, etc. Best of plumbing Newport. Sumner R. Hall. J. M. Daug Daug-and
and Daug-and electric system. House will not las, J. M. SnelL Robert Blair. E. J.
need a dollar in repairs or furniture Lj"tle and W. T. Kelsey.
for years. One of the handsomest cor- The fourth meeting of the Masons of
ner lots in Ocala, surrounded by mas- this vicinity will be held at Oklawaha

ive cement block fence. Lot Is 105 by Saturday. August 12th at" 4 p. m for

feet. The Colonial has 25 rooms the purpose of awarding the contract

and is now enjoying a splendid busi- I or the erection of the Masonic temple

ess, every room being occupied every at Oklawaha.

LITTLE ELSIE GEIGER

ight. This -is one of the best small

$2 a day hotels in the state and will
prove a fine investment and soon dou-

le the money at the price. $16,000,

6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one

and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent.

interest. 11 you mean nusiness, come

o see me or write for particulars and

photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.

f i
H. A.KRAMER
Montezuma II lock, Ocala, Fla.

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. I 9.

Geiger mourn with them the death of

their baby daughter, Elsie Corlnne,
who died in her mother's arms on the

Coast Line train near Rochelle yes

terday.

The little girl, a bright and win

some child in her second year, was

taken sick about three months ago.
Some weeks later she was taken by

her mother to the home of her grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stewart,
in Titusville, in hopes that the air
from the ocean would restore her to
health. The little one Improved for a
time, but again lost ground, and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Mr. Geiger left for Titusville in

response to a telegram announcing

that he must hurry if he wished to see
his baby alive.

About the time of his arrival at
Titusville, the child seemed a little
better, and a faint' hope arose in the
minds of the parents that a return
home might be beneficial, so they left

Titusville on the early Monday train

All places were probably the same to
the baby, cradled constantly in her

mother's arms and knowing no differ

ence between the house on wheels
from one on pillars. It seemed to the

anxious watchers that she brightened

a little as the train drew away from

the salt air of the coast into the softer

atmosphere of the piny woods, but

she was too far gone, and while yet
many miles from home her tired little

spirit was swept under the shadow of

some pitying angel's pinions to its

eternal ireeaom irom care ana pain.
Early this morning, the sorrowing
parents, accompanied by friends, -.took
the wasted little body out to Martin,
where relatives of Mr. Geiger live, and

laid it away in the family burying

ground.

Mr. Geiger is a faithful and indus

trious member of the Star force and

he and his wife have the sincere sym

pathy of their friends in their deep af

fliction. The little girl had been in
the Star office many times in the pa&t
few months, and always won a smile

from the printers by her bright face

and winning ways.

WILLIAM B. LYNCH

Orlando, August 1. Major William

B. Lynch, county superintendent of
public instruction, died at his residence

in this city last evening at 7:30 o'clock

He was 77 years of age and most fav

orably known and honored in this

community, where he had lived for

many years.

Manitoba v 8
Saskatchewan 1
Alberta 3
British Columbia 5
Yukon Territory 0

Totals

.88

Libs.
35
54
11
12
3'
2
9
.4
2
1
123

To oust the Laurier government from
power the -conservatives must gain 23
seats.
The conservative stronghold is On Ontario.
tario. Ontario. The party holds most of the
cities and towns where reciprocity Is

least popular. The liberals are well

entrenched in the rural ridings, which

reciprocity will benefit. Reasonable,
members of both parties insist they

will hold what they have. The liber liberals
als liberals count on, winning an additional

seat here and there. The best conser conservative
vative conservative opinion is that the conservatives
will gain six. There is little evidence

to support larger claims.

SUICIDE AT LAKELAND

A. B. Mouse, a recent arrival from
Kentucky, committed suicide at Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Saturday night., Despondency
caused by sickness is supposed to be

the reason.

Suppose, before we go any further in

the matter of an union passenger sta

tion that we obtain legal advice as to
just what the city can do in regard to

routes and rights of way. It may be

that the city has a right to require any

railroad to move its tracks from one
street to another, and it maybe that it

hasn't. We have known some cities to
compel railroads to shift their tracks,
but the said cities had much greater

resources than ours. The Star hasn't
opposed the proposition of an union
station, nor has It "squabbled" as

"Selah." whoever he is, carelessly as

serts, but it thinks It is a mighty good

thing for. us to know our foundation

oei ore we uegin io ouua. There is a
whole lot of things that the city can
do that it doesn't do. in which if is like
most other cities; and while It doesn't

do what it can do. it is useless to spec speculate
ulate speculate on what it might do if it could

The prosecution now being carried
on by the postoffice department

against Edward G. Lewis of the Wom

an's National Daily looks to many peo
pie more like persecution. The post

office department. If the people allow

it, will before long arrive at that

point where it will permit the use of
the mails only to those publications

whose opinions are agreeable to it.

RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE

Two choice residence lots In pretty

Palmetto Park addition to Ocala. next

' to Dr. P. E. McClane's new residence.

Apply at Star office.

PAINTER ABBEY DYING

Philadelphia, August 1. Edwin A

Abbey, the American painter, is dying

in London, according to a cablegram

received by his brother in this city,
The painter has been ill for some time

DR. II. W. COUNTS' FHONES
Office, 427.
Residence, 349.
FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE

AN OKLAWAHA EXCURSION

Take in the Oklawaha river excur excur-ion
ion excur-ion Thursday afternoon on launches

to government boat, Capt. Maguire.

Boats leave at 4 p. m. The auto truck with the "Campers" at Eastlake.

The Carney Investment Company has

received at Eastlake another carload

of lumber to be used in the erection of

its new packing house on Orange Isl

and.

Miss Janet Weathers and Mr. Steph

en Jewett of Ocala were guests the

past week at Blair Villa and Argyle

Cottage, Woodmar.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Carstens came down

Friday and spent several days at their
summer home, Chautauqua Villa at
North Lake.

Mr. George Blitch of the Commercial

Bank and "Doc" Alfred Beck of the
Court Pharmacy, Ocala, wrere Sunday
guests. of Dr. C. B. Ayer at his sum

mer camp at "Palm Bluff" Eastlake.

A jolly party composed of John

Brown, Willie Kilpatrick and Misses

Ruby McClendon, Creola and Ada Nix

of Belleview, were Sunday visitors

and the Ocala Northern furnishes the

ransportation from Ocala. Rates

reasonable. Albert A. Graham.

GASH PRIZES FOR COTTON

We are offering the following cash

prizes for cotton:

. For the first bale of cotton brought Mayport in the Chazal boys' launch a

A very pleasant social affair last

week was the Tuesday night dance
given to the Eastlake "Campers" by

Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Newport. Music
was furnished by Blair and Snell of

Oklawaha on violin and guitar. Several-young
people came from Ocala in
autos and attended. Several from the

west side also attended.

Charles and John Chazal and Robert

Fosnot, who went to Jacksonville and

to our gin in Ocala we will give $15

in cash.

To the person bringing the most cot

ton to us through the season we will

give $25 in cash.

We want all of the cotton that is

couple of weeks ago, returned a few

days since. The boys had a most de

lightful trip.

Mr. Lawton Bailey of Ocala was a

Sunday guest of J. R. Josselyn.

Miss Susie Morris of Ocala and four j

grown in Marion county and as much girl friends were guests at the Conkey
of that grown in adjoining counties as "Hotel" from Saturday till Monday.

we can possibly get brought to our gin. I Mrs. Albert Conkey and little daugh-

No better facilities for handling cotton ter. Florida Mae, were Ocala visitors

in the state that we possess. We pay! last week.

the highest market price in cash f or K Mr. "Jack" Johnson, night clerk at

cotton at alftimes. I the Montezuma and Pete Mcintosh

Remember the prizes. Haul the cot- with G. S. Scott & Son, Ocala, spent

ton to our gin or ship it to us by rail, j several days at the lake last weefc.
it does not matter which. I Eastlake is the most attractive inland

Respectfully, George Giles & Co. J summer resort in the state and every
Local and Long Distance Phone 170. J cottage is occupied. There is great

Ocala, Fla.

NOTICE

Dr. Blalock will be absent from his

office from July 20th until Wednesday,

August 8th. Anyone wishing to make

engagements or have teeth treated,

need of a large hotel at Eastlake for
both winter and summer visitors. Ev Every
ery Every mail brings inquiries for cottages

or room and board.

Mrs. Lewis Yonce returned to Ocala

Friday. She was accompanied by her
niece, Miss Emma Sage, who spent
several days with relatives there.

The cottage at Eastlake recently va-

will find his assistant, Mr. Bitting, in cated by Geo. F. Williams and family

the office during regular office hours. n Ocala. will be ooeunied durimr Au

gust by Mrs. Robert Flynn and family.

Mr. Flynn, who is with the Marion
Hardware Company, will be a frequent
visitor.

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HIGH COST Of LIVING

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fjpHE above is riot merely the
heading to this advertise advertisement
ment advertisement but it is its essence first
and last
By trading here you will
have practically solved the
problem of REDUCING THE
HIGH COST OF LIVING, as
we are selling the "Same Goods
for Less Money x .
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WEST OF THE COURTHOUSE

Ocala, Florida.

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(EATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
The Best Quick Lunch Eat Eating
ing Eating Douse in the City
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Nowt when you
want it. SHRIMPS and
CRABS and all other del delicacies
icacies delicacies of the season.

imiim

REST AND HEAIiTH

TO MOTHER AND CHILD

Mrs. WIXSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP

has been used for over SIXTY YEARS
by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
! CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with

PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD, SOFTENS THE GWMS, AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC.

and is the best remedy for DIAR

RHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be

sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle

PLEASANT PLACE TO

SPEND A VACATION

Splendid residence property on Ok

lawaha avenue known as the Episcopal

rectory for sale at a bargain. This
property is beautifully located with
large lot, splendid shade trees, etc.
For particulars apply to F. W. Ditto.

There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonic

PLANK'S AND OTHERS

THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO

CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS

AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST.

Wrhen in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c.
room In the city.

MANY A SUFFERING WOMAN
Drags herself painfully through her
daily tasks, suffering from backache,
headache, nervousness, loss of appetite
and poor sleep, not knowing her Ills
are due to kidney and bladder trou troubles.
bles. troubles. Foley Kidney Pills give quick
relief from pain and strength. No wo woman
man woman who so suffers can afford to over overlook
look overlook Foley Kidney Pills. Sold by the
Court Pharmacy.

Temple

Theater

MOTION PICTURES

CHANGE OF PROGRAM

NIGHTLY.

Spend your vacation on Smith Lake.

Have a good time cheap. Lots $25.

Fine bathing and good fishing. One

and a half miles from Candler depot,

three miles from Belleview. Lake

front 70x150 and three-room screened
cottage with stove, cots all ready for
camping, $275 cash. Write O. M. Gale,
Belleview.

WATCH THIS SPACE
A. M. BOBBITT,
THE FEED MAN
58 South Main SI. Ocala, Ffa.

W. C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION

P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.

JUST RECEIVED
Shipment of Califonia
Fruits

PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
COL. BAKER THE FIRST CALIFOR CALIFOR-NIAN
NIAN CALIFOR-NIAN THE SOMNAMBULIST
JOHN MILTON

ADMISSION 1 0 AND 50.

Aprleots 20. Dos
Kelney Plums 25c. Doe,

Blue Plums 20c. Dos.

Red Plums 20c. Dos.
California Peaches 38c. Dot.
Georgia Peaetoes SOc. Basket
All Kinds of Fresh Vegetables
PHONE 209
S. A. MOSES & BRO.

OCALA

rxORIDA

LIFE SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR
"I never felt so near my grave.

writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington,
Tex., as when a frightful cough and
lung trouble pulled me down to 100

pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment

for two years. My father, mother and
two sisters died of consumption, and

that I am alive today is due solely to

Dr. King's New Discovery, which
completely cured me. Now I weigh
1S7 pounds and have been well and

strong for years." Quick, safe, sure,
its the best remedy on earth for
coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup,
and all throat and lung troubles. 50c.
and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Company.

IP CD IT

(Goodlini(B.

AimcSl for ttIhiB Sailko off II Its (Eoodlnnoso
TRY

IDEAL IP LO TLTnEL
We had a car of Flour to come in ahead of time, and in order to reduce ourx stock, we are
making an exceptionally low price on
WE GUARANTEE THIS FLOUR TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE SATISFACTION

The following prices will hold good until the 22nd of July:

Any one desiring lightwood or light light-wood
wood light-wood posts can write me and I will
fill your orders for posts of any length
or size desired. J. W. Williams, Bur Bur-bank.
bank. Bur-bank. Fla. 7-28-4tw
f
Stepping on a rusty nail has been
the cause of many cases of lockjaw.
The nail was not so much the fault as
neglect of the wound. If such wounds
were promptly cleansed and BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S LINIMENT applied there
there would be no lockjaw, as the anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic properties of the liniment would
counteract the poison and the wound
would heal quickly. Price 25c, SOc and
1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

A. A. Waterman's selr-nillng. relia reliable,
ble, reliable, non-leaking fountain pens; all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.

More people,, men and women, are
suffering from kidney and bladder
trouble than ever beftre, and each
year more of them turn for quick re relief
lief relief and permanent benefit to Foley's
Kidney Remedy, which has proven it itself
self itself to be one of the most effective
remedies for kidney and bladder ail ailments,
ments, ailments, that medical science has de devised.
vised. devised. Sold by Court Pharmacy.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Drrd I ndrr Scctiou S of Chapter
I.avt m of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that E. D. Rou,
purchaser of tax certificate No. 380,
dated the 1st day of July. A. D. 1901,
has filed said certificate in my office,
and has made application for tax deed
to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following de described
scribed described property situated in Marion
county. Florida, to-wit: Lot 2, block
19. Reddick, section 10. township 13
south, range 21 east. The said land
beinsr assessed at the date of the is issuance
suance issuance of such certificate in the name
of Florida Connuceal Co. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord according
ing according to law, tax deed will issue there thereon
on thereon on the 2nd day of September, A. D.
1911.
Witess my official signature and
seal this the 1st dav of August, A. D.
lail. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. FIa.

Ideal; whole barrel, $570
Ideal, half barrel, ....305
Ideal, 96 pound sack, 2.85
Ideal, 24 pound sack,'. .80
Ideal, 12 pound sack, .45

Red Cross, whole barrel,
Red Cross, half barrel,
Red Cross, 48 pound sack,.
Red Cross, 24 pound sack,
Red Cross, 12 pound sack,

C5.C0
5LC3
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... AO

We have a full line of Mason's Jruit Jars and The Queen, wide mouth, Fruit Jar,
with glass top. .

2 PHONES, 16 AND 174 V OCALA, FLORIDA

KODAK DEVELOPING DONE
I will do any kind of kodak develop developing
ing developing and printing. Rolls of any size
developed for 10 cents each. Leave
work at Ocala News Co., Star office or
my residence. J. W. Sylvester.

A well known Des Moines woman,
after suffering miserably for two days"
from bowel complaint, was cured by
one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For- sale
by all dealers.

We have the best line or nalr brush brushes,
es, brushes, combs and other toilet articles in
the city. The Court Pharmacy.

Buy it now. Now is the time to buy
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is al almost
most almost certain io be needed before the
summer is over. This remedy has no
superior. For sale by all dealers.

If you smoke you win De Interested
In the best line of cigars in the city
at the Court Pharmacy.

Bites of poisonous insects that cause
the flesh to swell up must be treated
with a healing antiseptic that will
counteract the poison and ileal the
wound. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT
answers every requirement in such
cases. Price 25c, SOc and Jl per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. Sold by all druggists.

UNDERTAKERS

e. c. esara.
C. V. ROCC3T3.

LICENSED EL1DALL1SEIG
PHONES: DAY, NO 10. NIGHT, NOS. S35 OSt W
WE CARRY IN STOCK THE CELEBRATED, EVERLASTING
I N DESTRUCTIBLE
Bronze Casket
As well as a full line of medium and low-priced CaakeU ud
Coffins. Personal and prompt attendance to all parts of tfc
country, night or day, by automobile, when desired. Serrloe
fully up to date and guaranteed satisfactory. Burials made la
all cemeteries.

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Job Printing

Ocala-Star

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1011.

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AUTO PICTURES WILL
HE HERB SATURDAY MGHT
FIFTEEN HOURS RUN
TAMPA TO JACKSONVILLE

OU are reminded

Bank Is a state institute n and under &
the direct supervision of the banking X

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department of the Mate of Florida
Tiiut its capit il and surplus is $75000,00 and
that wf'are growing bur, ran still take care of more
business.

THE COfJIIKIAL BANK

CARPENTERS

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IP YOU USE THE RIGHT BUILDERS HARDWARE WHEN YOU PUT UP
A BARN OR BUILD A HOME IT WONT- HAVE TO BE "FIXED" EVERY
WEEK IF YOU USE GOOD, STRONG, DURABLE BUILDERS HA R WARE.
CHEAP HARDWARE IS NOT CHEAP, BUT "HIGH. THE BEST HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE IS NOT "HIGH" BUT CHEAP. WE SELL THE BEST.
Marioi Hardware Co.,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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Late of MELROSE, Now Located at
62 Fort King Avenue, Ocala,

Annual Term 1911 and 1912

GEO. C. LOONEY, A. M., PRESIDENT.
MRS. G. C. LOONEY, M. A., Treasurer. MISS LOIS ELLIS, Secretary.

The same honest, earnest, sincere devotion to our life-long work in
leading students along easy and delightful paths to HIGHER ATTAIN ATTAINMENTS
MENTS ATTAINMENTS in LEARNING on the part of teachers, and the certain rapid ac acquirement
quirement acquirement of a LIBERAL and USEFUL EDUCATION on the part of the
pupil can be. assured.
The COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED will save much
time and expense to young men and women who would have to go away
for such advantages.
PHYSICAL CULTURE antit EXPRESSION and ORATORY, by Miss
Lois Ellis, is a feature of the College that will prove very entertaining
to all. ;
The DISCIPLINE of the pupils is firm but. pleasant; rigid but elev elevating
ating elevating "Suaviter in niodo, sed fortiter in re" is the motto.
THE School is select in that it receives no bad pupil, if it can avoid
it; we solicit thepatronage of all good people who have polite, intelli intelligent
gent intelligent children, ready for our grades.
it is our purpose to promote in every way we can the educational inter interests
ests interests of the City of Ocala and Florida.
We do correct teaching, rapid and spirited teaching, most satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory teaching. Respectfully,
G: C. and MRS. LOONEY,
Present address, 149 Third Street. Atlanta. Ga.

North A v. and Pcachtrem St. Atlanta. Ga. Boarding and Day School for girls and young:
ladies. Boarding department strictly limited to insure refined home lif e. Classes divided into
mall sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of eighteen specialists. Conservatory
advantages in Music. Art, Expression. Certificate admits to Vassar. WeHesley. Randolph Randolph-Macon,
Macon, Randolph-Macon, etc Thirty-fourth session begins September 14, 1911. Catalogue on application.
L. D. SCOTT. EMMA B. SCOTT, Principals.

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P. O. UOX 273 OCALA, FLA.

City council meets tonight.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Eagles meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
If you
Ham p.
want a Merry "Widow, see
H. H. Brett of Tifton, Ga., was
the Ocala House yesterday.
at
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
Tillman Frink of Athens, Ga., was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
5 or 8 doses 66 will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price. 2fc.
Miss Eugenia Fuller has returned
from a visit to Jacksonville and Pablo.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
f Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
Miss Olive "Veston has returned
her home in Atlanta.
to
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun fountain
tain fountain of the Court Pharmacy.
Miss Elizabeth N'ewsom left yester yesterday
day yesterday to visit relatives in Chester, S. C.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at
Postoffice Drugstore.
the
Miss Sara Davis left yesterday
visit to friends in Americus, Ga.
for
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and Invigorating.
E. G. Leuker of Leslie, Ark.
the Montezuma yesterday.
was at
TO
erty.
LOAN $750 on city real prop prop-Address
Address prop-Address P. O. Box 583, city.
Jas. T. Rawls of Crystal River wn
at the Ocala House yesterday.
A. J. Hearson of Bishopville, S. C.
was at the Montezuma yesterday.
L. B. Bivins of St. Louis was at the
Ocala House yesterday.
If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills studio.
A. Sanswalt of Philadelphia was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
Mr. Alf Oldfield, the engineer,
at the Ocala House yesterday.
was
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.
J. H. Griffin of St. Petersburg
was
at the Ocala House yesterday.
Buttermilk, fresh, every day
at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
Miss Blanche Hall of Candler was in
the city today.
C. Y. Barnes of Lecanto was at the
Ocala House last night.
Five or six doses "06" will cure
any case of chilli
cents
and fever. Price, 25
Miss Mary Wilcox has returned
from her visit to Daytona and Gaines
ville.
The best line of moulding and
frames in Ocala can be found at Mills'
studio.
Jas. M. Butts, Go. R. Parchal and
W. P Franklin represented Jackson
ville at the Ocala House yesterday.
Your kodak work can be finished In
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills' studio.
Mr. Morris Rheinauer after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to his brothers in Ocala, left
yesterday for his home in New York.
When you have anything to frame
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.
Mr. Frank Mathews is in the city
from Fort Pierce, on a visit to his rel relatives
atives relatives here.
The prettiest line of cut glass, silver
and fine hand-painted china at A. E.
Burnett's
Two good leaders: feroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
Pharmacy.
Mrs. W. L. Colbert and children and
Mrs. A.- A. Winer and little son return returned
ed returned today from their visit to Miami.
C. A. Pound, M. D. Sheppard and M,
Tucker of Gainesville were at the
Ocala House yesterday.
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
studio.
Mr. Jack Camp arrived from Ashe-
ville yesterday, and will spend some
days in the city, looking after business
affairs.
Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
PLEZOL.
Mr. Ed Dreyfous, the popular man manager
ager manager of the Annex, leaves Thursday
for Jacksonville to spend his birthday
with old friends in that city.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will
appeal to you See them at the Cou-t
Fharrracy.
Sheriff Galloway returned today
from Palatka. where he accompanied
his mother on her way to Miami yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Norris famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few" days by express direct from the
factory at the Court Pharmacy.
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Mr. Jas. C. Jackson of Fayetteville,
N. C, night clerk at the Montezuma
who has been in the city a little over
a month, is making friends for himself
and keeping them for the hotel by
his clever and obliging treatment of
acquaintances and guests.
Miss Edna Culverhouse of Ocala,
and Dr. A. D. Shaw and wife of Hot
Springs, Ark., are a pleasant party that
is spending several days in Tampa on
a pleasure trip. Miss Culverhouse is
one of Oeala's most attractive young
ladies and the party is receiving many
courtesies by their numerous Tampa
friends. Tampa Tribune.

Mr. Peabo.l v reecived a telegram
late y.esterday afternoon announcing
that the pictures of the auto races had
been delayed, but would surely be
here Saturday night, which is a date

you must enter in your memorandum.
l.o remember the vaudeville Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday evenings.
The program for tonight is as fol
lows:
The Wild Cat Well.
The Sheriff's Sister.
Han's Millions.
SOME SPLENDID TANKS
The Ocala Plumbing & Electric
Company has built one of the best gal galvanized
vanized galvanized tanks we have ever seen of
2,500 gallons capacity. The company
hauled the tank to North Lake and
placed it on its foundation on the
division line, between the properties of
Mr. J. J. Gerig and Dr. A. L. Izlar. The
tank will be supplied with lake water
by a pump and will afford water for
the two residences and for irrigating
purposes. The company has a con contract
tract contract to make just such a tank for Mr.
Gerig's residence in Ocala and another
for Dr. Smith's new buildings that are
being fitted up. The tanks in Ocala
will be supplied with rain water from
the roofs of the respective buildings.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Office, 203.
Residence, 295
A MISTRIAL
The case of Carter versus Policeman
Grubbs for an assault -on Carter by
the officer was tried yesterday In
Judge Bell's court. Mr. Grubbs arrest arrested
ed arrested Mr. Carter at the Seaboard depot
and in making the arrest struck him
over the head with his billy. Mr. Car Carter
ter Carter claims the blows were severe and
uncalled for and he sought redress
through the courts. Attorneys W. T.
Hall and W. K. ZewadskI represented
Mr. Grubbs and Attorneys R. B. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock and Edwin Spencer, Jr., appear appeared
ed appeared for Mr. Carter. The jury was una unable
ble unable to agree on a verdict.
Mr. Gillman Williams of Crystal
River was in town today looking after
some business interests here.
Mrs. Julia Norwood and Miss Esther
Burnett of Bushnell were in the city
last night, guests of the Ocala House.
Mr. Jas. A. Abrams of Jacksonville
is in the city a guest of the Ocala
House.
Mr. J. B. Cutler of Tampa is at the
Montezuma.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rogers, Mrs. T.
A. Perry and Miss Floss"ie Stanaland
of Lynne were in the city today guests
of the- Montizuma.
E. E. Bradley, Chris Huthmacher,
W. H. Dawson, O. M. Kelley, W. G.
Kenby, Sabie Jones, C. D. Keller, E.
M. Mayson, L. H. Singletary, John W.
Martin, H. O. Paxton and F. E. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, all of Jacksonville, were at the
Montezuma yesterday.
L. S. Light of Reddick, ex-legislator
and always philosopher, was in to see
us today. He says he has 180 acres of
corn, and most of it is good corn, but
he is rather short on the other product
just now. He has a very good sugges suggestion
tion suggestion in another place in today's issue.
Mr. Light has some mighty good ideas
and a few erratic ones, but he is not
the sort of a man to shove aside with
either derision or neglect. It would
be well for our country if all men gave
as much attention to public affairs as
he does.
S. B. Wright, Jr., of Atlanta, a clev clever
er clever young insurance man, was in the
city yesterday and today visiting his
old friend, Frank Anthony. The edi editor
tor editor of the Star knew "Siley" years ago,
when he was about knee high to a
duck. He is a son of Silas B. Wright,
j one of DeLand's pioneer citizens, and
looks very much like a. chip off the
solid, fine-grained old block.
The finest line of stationery in boxes
of paper and envelopes and paper by
the pound that has ever been brought
to Ocala. Two grades of it1 at the Court
Pharmacy.
You Can Get
1 Can of Sunbeam Jam 2Se
1 llottle of Sunbeam Grape juice. .. .25c
1 Bottle Sunbeam Stuffed Olive. .10c
1 Package Sunbeam Black Pepper. 10c
1 Package Sunbeam Taploea 10c
80c
For 65c'
AT CARN'S STORE
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
PHONE 296

Baggage, Freight. Pianos, Furniture
r.nd Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Giren All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

J. B. Boarsey and E. G. Hester Sun Sunday
day Sunday in a Hudson machine, made the
2Sft miles intervening between Tampa
and Jacksonville in fifteen hours. All All-kinds
kinds All-kinds of roads were encountered and
negotiated successfully without mis mishap
hap mishap of any kind.
The actual time consumed was be between
tween between the hours of 4:30 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. or fifteen hours, an excellent run
considering the roads, but a good in indication
dication indication of the experiences of the .driv .drivers.
ers. .drivers. v
The Hudson on the Jacksonville trip
took the route of the endurance run
two years ago via Brooksville, Inver Inverness.
ness. Inverness. Dunnellon. Ocala. Gainesville and
Starke. From Tampa to Brooksville,
forty-seven miles, all Tampa, autolsts
are familiar with the road, Brooksville
to Inverness, twenty-one miles is one
of the worst stretches in. Florida. In Inverness
verness Inverness to Dunnellon, eighteen miles, is
good, paved road, upon which there is
no limit to the speed that can be made.
Dunnellon to Ocala, twenty-five miles.
Is another severe pull that taxes a car
for all it is worth. The forty miles

between Ocala and Gainesville is a
mixture between good and bad, while
the remainder of the route froni
Gainesville to Jacksonville, seventy-
two miles, is nearly all bad road.
Tampa Tribune.
SMART AXE STRIKING SUBJECTS
The Temple had three bright and
lively reels last night, and gave a
mighty pleasant hour to everybody
who entered Its doors. Its a luxury
such as Solomon couldn't have plan.
ned or Creosus bought to sit in a Tem
ple chair, fanned by electricity and
watch an interesting story from real
life unreeled on the screen, semingly
by sun rays. The Temple is a shrine
of amusement and instruction every
evening.
Consult the advertisement for pro
gram and don't forget the continuous
performance tomorrow afternoon and
evening.
BAPTIST SEWING CIRCLE
The sewing circle of the Baptist
church met yesterday afternoon with
the Misses Carlisle at their horrfe on
South Third street. The attendance
was good and an unusually large
amount of work was accomplished.
The hostesses served refreshments to
the members of the society.
ANOTHER DENTIST FOR OCALA
Dr. E. L. Wilcox of Jacksonville, a
brilliant young .dentist, has been in the
city for a few days and has decided to
open offices here. He will be located
on the second floor of the Hogan build
ing west of the square with Dr. E. G.
Lindner. Dr. Wilcox will fit up mod modern
ern modern offices for the practice of his pro
fession. He expects to be ready to
commence practicing m about two
weeks.
L. H. VAN ENGEIiKEN, M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postoffice Building, Room 4.
Mrs. Blanche Hannah and daughter.
Miss Christine of St. Petersburg, are
spending the week in the city guests
of Mrs. Hannah's sisters, Mrs. Carroll
and Mrs. Ramsaur and brother, Mr. L.
E. Yonce.
R.
McCall and M. R. McCall of Om-
aha
day.
were at the Montezuma yester-
FOR SALE One new 180-egg Bud-
ley incubator for sale cheap for cash.
Has been used once. P. O. Box 537,
Ocala.
W. J. Abrams of Joilet, 111., was at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Partner Wanted to finance one of
tbe best hnnlnesi proposition!. Refer
ence exchanged. Write Partner, Star
office.
Harry Jackson of Melrose was at the
Montezuma last night.
When you are happy drlnlc PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL.
W. H. Rogers of Chattanooga
was
at the Montezuma last night.
Don t send your pictures out of town
to have them enlarged. Take then to i
Mills studio. We can make them In
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
are right.
Phil Rawn of New York was at the
Montezuma last night.
FOR RENT Orange grove on Lake i
Weir one mile from Eastlake, on the
A. C. I Railroad. Address Mrs. H. G.
Spooner, 1811 K street N W., Wash
ington, D. C.
W. A. Stevens of St. Marys, Ga., was
at the Montezuma last night.
FOR SALE House and Ave acres of
land at Anthony, Fla. Mrs. S. R. Har
well, 215 E. tth street, Jacksonville,
Fla. 7-19-mw
C. H. Williams of White Springs
was at the Montezuma last night.
LOST A
bunch
of several keys on
which Is
a metal tag with the name,
"George W. Perry, Chicago, 111." Fin
der will please return to H. A. Kramer
or the Star office and receive reward
Yoc can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
now.
S. B. Hightower of Gainesville and j
W. J. Bowers of Mineola were at the j
Montezuma last night.
R. M. Cbamberlin and family of Mic-
anonv- were at ine Aioniezuma. iasi
night.
AT Kuker of Savannah
was at the
Ocala House last night.
J. W. Cain of Orlando
was at the
Ocala House last night.
J. W. Langford of the
Iron Mountain Railroad
Ocala Hous yesterday.
St. Louis &
was at the
C. Bumbaugh of New York
the Ocala House yesterday.
wasat
Cuts and bruises mar he heale.l m
about one-third the time required by
the usual treatment by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. It i.-? an an
tiseptic and causes such injuries to
heal without maturation. This lini liniment
ment liniment also relieves soreness of the
muscles and rheumatic pains. Fori
sale by all dealers.
WEATHER FORECAST
Washington, August 1. Unsettled
weather with showers tonight or Wed
nesday, moderate east winds.

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JUST AS A FEW BUSHELS OF WHEAT PLANTED IN THE GROUND
BECOMES 91 ANY BUSHELS OF GRAIN, SO WILL THE MONEY YOU
PUT IN OUR BANK FROM TIME TO TIME BECOME A BIG SUM. THE
INTEREST WE WILL PAY YOU WILL HELP IT GROW. :
WE WILL PAY YOU 4 PER CENT ON THE MONEY YOU DEPOSIT
IN OUR BANK AND COMPOUND THE INTEREST EVERY THREE
MONTHS.

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JULY 31sl TO AUGUST 5th INCLUSIVE

$4.00 Men's Hats at..... $2.S0

3.00 Men's Hats at
2.50 Men's Hats at
1.50 Men's Hats at
1.50 Boys' Hats "at
1.00 Boys' Hats at
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CLOTHING
Ocala,

Our Sitylle IBook is pini.

THE JEFFCOAT
UERC0ANT TAILORS
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE
A Superior But Inexpensive Institu
tion for Florida loung Men
Four colleges, agricultural experi
ment station; University extension.
46 professors and assistants. 125
per cent increase in attendance in
last two years. .Attractive buildings
and campus. For talogue address,
A. A. MURPHREE, President.

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FLORIDA.
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DEPARTMENT
IFfloE?iIrIltHi
for our patrons to select their
own fashions. We show them
a splendid selection of up-lo
date designs in the finest
fabrics, and we make a Suit
to measure with the under-
Ktnttdincr f hnt. if fifs nr tViOTA l-
no sale We want to make you:
a trial suit, because we know
we will have your future cus custom
tom custom afterwards.
TAILORING CO.
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THIS SEAL STANDS FOR

quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of Buggies, Carriages. Wagons.
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leather or goes
to make farming a pleasure. Call on
us when in need we will eliminate
your troubles.
KNIGHT & LANG,
OCALA - FLORIDA

Florida State CoUege for Wonn
TALLAHASSEE
College of Arts and Sciences, Nor Normal
mal Normal School with Kindergarten.
School of Music, School of Art.
School of "Expression, School of
Home Economics. First class equip equipment
ment equipment throughout. Tuition free. Ot Ot-er
er Ot-er expenses very low. For informa information
tion information feddress.



OCALA EVEXItfG STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911,

A $400 Upriflht-Piano
on November 16. by
Known

MARION "CROCJRY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE. Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YOXGE, ritunbing.
HAYCRAFT & DeCAMP, MIL.ONERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods,Notions and Gents' Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work

You May Secure Piano Ballots From the Above Firms. You
May Vote Them for Your Self or for Any
. Other Candidate

MISS MYRTLE BLALOCK
MISS, ESTHER LEY
MISS FREYERMUTH
MISS FANNIE COOK
MISS DOVIE
MISS 31 ATT
MISS BELLE
HISS CEVIE
MISS ANNIE BENTON FULLER

We understand there are several other candidates, and
would like to have them come in and give theif
names to Hayes & Guynn.

Double Vote Issued
in the Piano Contest
Until August the 6th.

GROCERY

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Conrteons Treatment, Low
J. C. GEIGER, Manager.
IFirMtare

We have in out large store, almost every
thing yot could wish for to tarnish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish,
ings that go with the line. Our stock of
hardware is complete and the tools, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry 'in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.
SEE IS BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES

Mwf &
OCALA,
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JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL

Rates Reasonable
THOMAS M. WILSON.

IHE 10DM SID & STONE CO

Dealers in
CEMENT, CRUSHED STONE & LAKE WEIR SAND
Manufacturers of
all classes of Artificial Stone and Ce Cement
ment Cement Brick. Plans and estimates furn furnished
ished furnished for all classes of concrete and ce cement
ment cement buildings. We handle the highest
grade of cement and build the best side sidewalks
walks sidewalks in the state.
PHONES 331 and 201

Will be Given Away
the Following Well
Firms,
GATES
IE MOORE
HODGE
ROBERTS
MRS. HARRY COLE
MRS. A. M. RICHIE
MISS RUBY K.MGH1
BUSS MARY GATES
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Prices, Prompt Delivery.
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WAS AJ AIRY.
Peevish Policeman Attacks Old
Organ Grinder.

BEATS HIS HEAD WITH CLUB.
Blows Do Not Worry the Recipient
One Bit, arid He Eventually Gets
Even With Cruel Tormentor Story
Proves Fairies Can Be Masculine.
By M. QUAD.
Copyright. 1311. by Associated Literary
Press, j
TV TO one should make the mistake
YI of thinking that all fairies are
females, because they are not
Now and then you meet an old
man who is also on the job and can
give you a surprise party. It will,
therefore, be a good thing to keep
your eyes peeled for old boys who look
as if they might have a trick up their
sleeve.
Once upon a time an old. old man
appeared on the street corner of a city
with a wheezy old hand organ. His
face was pinched and drawn. Even
the district messenger boys who flew
past him at their usual lightning speed
BATTED OLD MAN'S OOOOANUT.
needed but one glance at him to real realize
ize realize that it was Lent all the year round
at his boarding house.
The hair of the old man was as
white as snow, and he had whiskers
that a colonel of cavalry would have
been proud of. His clothing was in
rags. You could have bet your bottom
dollar against a banana that he hadn't
had a chummy talk with a Fifth ave avenue
nue avenue tailor in a thousand years. Yes,
he was in rags, and you didn't have to
look three times to see his fourteen
toes sticking out to the weather.
There was a time when this old
man's hand organ played such lively
tunes as "Buffalo Gals" and "A Hot
Time," but now the best it could do
was to give out a few choky bars of
"The Giri 1 Left Behind Me."
Not a Penny In Hi Clothes.
Not one red cent did that poor old
man have in bis clothes. A boy came
along and offered to sell him the Wal
dorf -Astor tavern for 15 cents; but;
alas, he could not even ask one of the
chauffeurs who hang out on the Thir
ty-fourth street side to have a pony of
beer with him.
It was just awful to see that old
man grinding away and getting older
every minute and know that he hadn't
any stock in a water power company
and not one chance In a thousand to
marry an heiress. There were motor-
men on the passing cars who glanced
at him and probably wiped away their
tears. They realized that if their con conductors
ductors conductors didn't divide fairly on the
knockdowns they would be grinding a
hand organ some day themselves.
"Poor man! Poor old chap!" ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed many people who passed.
None of them followed it up by
dropping a penny in the ragged old
cap. but that Is not necessary In a
great city. If you sympathize with a
poor man that pays his rent and board.
A passing telephone girl did stop and
take out her purse, but, finding that it
contained only a nickel and remember remembering
ing remembering that she was to contest in a gum
chewing match that afternoon, she
passed on.
Stuck to His Corner.
Four long hours passed away. Dur During
ing During this time there were three thun thunder
der thunder showers and a hailstorm, and Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Flynn raided three more
gambling houses. The old man had
not moved from his corner. He wasn't
spiked down, but it was as good as
any other street corner to him. When
you get above ninety years old yon
don't care a darn which corner yon are
on.
Then a policeman came sauntering
that way. He had Just been fined
three days' pay for seeing his captain
drink a glass of beer in a saloon, and
the thing rankled that Is, it rankled
because the captain hadn't asked him
to pour some of the same down his
own neck. No. the valiant officer was
not in a mood to stand any back talk.
He was, indeed, looking for some one
to give him a bit of sass when he
caught sight of the old man In rags.
His face brightened, and that beer he
didn't get was momentarily forgotten.
Only momentarily, however. He meant
to write a letter to the papers that
evening and tell how the police force
was disorganized and the lid was off.
"Now. then, you what In
are you doing here?" he demanded as
he approached the old man.
Was Easily Understood.
His English ts plain and perfect
Even one of the gas house gang could
have understood that he was making
an Inquiry about something.
"Alas, sir. I am an old man!" was
the reply, and the pathos of the tone
and words went right to the heart of
the peanut man ou the corner.
"But what do I care for old men?"
shouted the officer as he blustered
around. "Can't you gee that you are
Interrupting Broadway traffic?"
"But, kind sir. i am on Forty -second
street"
"But you are drawing a crowd."
"That cannot be. as us two are
alone."
"Don't dispute mef exclaimed the
officer as he thought of the loss of his

tnree aays pay. "1 say you are ngnt
In the way of people who want to get
into the iuncb house.''

"Which Is up on the corner, officer."
"Oh. you'll talk back, will you?
Then take that and that!"
And the officer swung his club and
batted that poor old man over the co
coanut so hard that the echoes were
heard a block away and men asked
each other what skyscraper had tum
bled down.
Comments From Observers.
"For shame!" cried a stenographer
who was passing.
"I donta lika dat!" called the peanut
man from his stand.
"Gee whiz, bnt s'posln' that was my
head!" shouted a taxi driver as be pnt
on more speed.
Did the old fellow fall over dead?
Did he get up and stagger away, leav leaving
ing leaving a trail of blood behind him? Not
on your life! He wasn't even made
woozy by the blows. You may pound
fairies over the head all day with a
crowbar and they won't feel It They
are built that way to stand so much
pressure to the square Inch.
"Officer, hast thou an aged father?.
asked the old man as he looked up.
"I hast not"
"Nor an aged mother?"
"None. Jl hustled them off the face
of the earth years ago."
"And doth not the sight of these
gray hairs and this venerable blue
whisker raise emotions In your
breast?
"Not a darned one, you old panhan
dler!" shouted the enraged officer as he
administered some more club.
Took What Was Coming.
The old man made no effort to save
himself. He took just what was com coming
ing coming to him. and his smile didn't come
off. The officer ought to have judged
by that that his victim was holding a
royal flush, but be didn't Some of
"the finest" are put on for size instead
of brains He just spat on his hands
and laid himself out to batter that
poor old man to jam, and he was bat battering
tering battering away when a newsboy whis whispered
pered whispered In his ear:
"Cut it out. cully, and make a sneak!
Dat old dozer Is a fairy or I'll never
sell an extra again when nuthin" has
happened."
The officer sprang back, but it was
too late. The old man raised a palsied
hand and muttered avfew words, and
where was that policeman? Turned
Into the stairway that leads up to the
Sixth Avenue "L," and there he Is to today.
day. today. There was no hunting for a clew.
Just turned into an iron stairway for
people to walk up and down by thou thousands
sands thousands every day. Not one of bis six
children came home, and after think thinking
ing thinking over the case for a week or so his
widow? married the man who drive
the red four horse truck loaded with
soap about the streets.
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Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
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CONTRACTOR FOR
ARTESIAN WELLS
Artesian and Irrigation Work a
Specialty
Satisfaction guaranteed. For in information
formation information apply to
J. T. BROWN,
Box 285 Ocala, Fla.
SAID SHE
WOULD FAINT
Mrs. Delia Long Unable to Stand
On Her Feet More Than a Few
Minutes at a Time.
Pendergrass, Ga. Mrs. Delia Long,
nf this nlare in a recent letter, says:
"For five or six years, I suffered agon
es with womanlv troubles.
Often, I couldn't sit up more than a
few minutes at a time, and if I stood
on mv feet lone. I would faint
I took Cardui. and it helped me lm-
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mediately. Now, l can ao my worK ait
tho time and don't suffer like I did."
Take Cardui when you feel ill in any
way weak, tired, miserable, or unaer
the weather. Cardui is a strength.
miUdine tonic medicine for women.
It has been found to relieve pain and
distress caused by womanly troubles,
and is an excellent medicine to have on
hand at all times.
Cardui acts on the womanly consti
tution, building up womanly strength,
toning up the nerves, and regulating
th womanlv oreans.
Its half century of success is due to
mrit Tt has done eood to thousands
Will you try It? It may be just what
you need. Ask your druggist about
CarduL He will recommend it
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Instructions, ana 64-paje book. "Hom Treatment
to Women, sent in puin wrapper, on request.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in town.
Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the.
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of th
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IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
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PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
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Ind., is in his 85th year. He writes us : "1 have
lately suffered much from my kidne; s and blad bladder
der bladder I had severe backaches and my kidney action
was too f reqneot, causing me to lose much Bleep
at night, and ia my bladder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and aain able to
be tip and aronod. Foley Kidney Pills hav9 my
aiehett recommendation."
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TULULA LODGE NO. 22. I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. m., in Yonge's HalL
Visiting brethren always welcome.
J. C. Geiger, Noble Grand.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
OCALA AERIE NO. 1814, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or
der of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at 8:15
p. m., in Castle Hall. Visiting broth broth-ren
ren broth-ren are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe, President.
N 1 Williams. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake, E. R.
Louis F. Savarese, Sec'y.
NOTICE of RAISE in ASSESSMENT
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing properties were raised from
the amounts as assessed by the tax as
sessor to the amount as stated in this
notice. The board will hear complaints,
if any, at its next regular meeting on
Tuesday, August 8th, 1911.
Assessment to Irvine Crate and Bas
ket Company on personal property rais raised
ed raised from $7300 to $9000.
Assessment to O'Hara & Russell on
lots 3 4 5 and 7 sen 24 tr 12 s r 22 340
acres, raised from $170 to $340.
Assessment to Robert Lt Steel on sg
of lot 2 sec 24 tp 12 r 22 35 acres,
raised from $50 to $80.
Assessment to Christian Ax on nei
and of se sec 25 tp 12 .r 22 containing-240
acres, raised from $240 to
$480.
Assessment to Christian Ax on n of
ne'i and sw'i and &wi of nw',4 sec
1 tp 13 r 22 containing 280 acres, rais
ed from $280 to $560.
Assessment to O. B. Brown on e'z of
nel4 and e4 of nw1! of ne sec 2 tp
13 r 22 e 100 acres, raised from $180 to
$250.
Assessment to A. A. Mathews on
of se sec 21 15 22 80 acr.es, raised from
$300 to $600.
Assessment to A.-A. Mathews on sw
ex lot 13 n and w of rr sec 21 15 22, 130
acres, raised from $500 to 1000.
Assessment to Mrs. M. G. Turnley on
swVi of nwi sec 22 tp 15 r 22, 40 acres,
raised from $80 to $160.-
Assessment to Florida Lime Co. on
n4 of nei and neli of nwi "sec 22
tp 15 r 22, 120 acres, raised from $250
to $480.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on s of se4 sec 10 15 22, 80 acres,
raised from $160 to $400.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on-s1, of nei and n of se of
sw sec 11 tp 15 r 22, 240 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $500 to $1000.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on e and e of sw, sec 12, tp
15, r 22, containing 400 acres, raised
from $800 to $1600.
Assessment to Ocala Mfg Co., on per personal
sonal personal property, raised from $1500 to
$4000.
Assessment to Trotter & Cocowitch,
on lots 526, 527 and 528, Dunnellon,
sec 35, tp 16, r 18 e, raised from $400
to $2000.
Assessment to Kibler Bros, on lota
351, 362 and 363, Dunnellon, sec 35, tp
16 s.r 18 e, raised from $300 to $3000.
Assessment to Hattie G. Morrow on
lot 557, Dunnellon, sec 35, tp 16, r 18,
raised from $600 to $1000.
Assessment to Christian & Gamble,
on lots 518 and $519, Dunnellon, sec 35,
tp 16, r 18, raised from $1000 to $1500
Assessment to C. H. Hollingsworth
on lot 359," Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18,
raised from $1150 to $1500.
Assessment to B. Neff on lot 360,
Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from
$900 to $1000.
Assessment to S. Feinberg on lot
1248, Dunnellon, section 35-16-18, raised
from $600 to $1000.
Assessment to Petteway & Guess on
lots 43 and 44, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18,
raised from $700 to $800.
Assessment to Bank of Dunnellon on
65 ft n and s on s end of lot 1316, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from $800
to $1000.
Assessment to Mrs. A. A, Leitner on
lot 1314, Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18,vraised
from $200 to $500.
Assessment to 3. G. Myers on lot
1312, Dunnellon, sec 33-16-18, raised
from $300 to $500.
Assessment to A. J. Parham on lots
1306, 1307, 1308. 1309, 1310, 1311, Dun
nellon, sec 25-16-18, raised from $600
to $1000.
Assessment to Mrs. A. A. Leitner, on
lots 1409, 1410. 1411 and 1412, Dun
nellon. sec 35-16-18, raised from $250
to $1000.
j .Vadcs 3U1CI1 v IU C. JC OliilLIi Oil 1UIS i3.
. n n m c : An
40, Dunnellon, sec 33-16-18, raised from
$200 to $"000.
! Assessment to W. H. Mills on lot 41.
Dunnellon, sec 35-16-18, raised from
$200 to, $1000.
! Assessment to Marion Phos. Co. on
se of nwH and of nwU and sw
M and n 'f. of se and seU of seU, sec
; 23-16-18. containing 400 acres, raised
from $1000 to $1200.
j Assessment to Dunnellon Phos. Cp.
'on s'-i of n4 and svr',4 and n4 of
sei and seV4 of se4, sec 18-16-18. con containing
taining containing 480 acres, raised from $340 to
$1400.
Assessment to Marion Phos. Co. on
s'i of ne4 and se and eVi of w 1 i
and swl,4 of nw"4 and nwU of sw4.
sec 30-16-18, containing 48' acres,
raised from $100 to $1200.
W. J. Crosby.
Chairman Board of County Commis Commissioners.
sioners. Commissioners. Marion County, Florida.
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.

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Flovilla (for Indian Springs) $9.
Warm Springs 9.
ILLINOIS
Chicago..... ... 22.
KENTUCKY
Louisville ....17.
Mammoth Cave ... .... 17.
MICHIGAN
Detroit ... 21,
MISSOURI
St. Louis..... ... ...... 19.
NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville 13
Beaufort -15,
Brevard 13,
Flat Rock.; 12
Hendersonville ...... 12
Hot Springs... 14
Lake Toxaway 14
Lenoir 13
Lincolnton. . 13
Marion 13
Morehead City 15
Rutherfordton 13
Saluda ..' 12
Tryon 12
Shelby ... .. 1
Waynes ville .... 14
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CARS. SPECIAL TRAIN TO WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA WILL BE OP OPERATED
ERATED OPERATED AS SECOND SECTION TRAIN NO. 24, LEAVING JACKSONVILLE
8:30 P. M. "

THE SCHEDULES WILL IIE
Wednesday, Aug. 16 No. 32 No. 24
Lv Jacksonville .. ..8:15 am 8:05 pm
Lv Brunswick, Ga.. .. 8:55 am 8:35 pm
Lv Jesup, Ga. .. .,10:40. am 10:50 pm
Lv Savannah, Ga. ..12:25 pm 12:35 am
Ar Columbia, S. C. .6:30 pm 6:50 am
Lv Columbia, S. C. ..6:40 pm
Ar Washington, D. C. 8:53 am
No. 32 No. 24.
Lv Columbia, S. C. 11:50 pm, 7:10 am
Ar Spar'burg, S. C. 3.45 am 10:25 am
Ar Tryon, N. C 4:50 am lf:50 am

Above schedule is information and not guaranteed. Diagrams for Pullman
Sleeping Cars now open. Reservations should be made promptly. Further"
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we will endeavor to meet them.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 108 W. BAY ST., JACKSONVILLE. TELEFHOXB 743.
J. II. GENTRY, City Paweaccr aad Ticket Aeat.
A. H. ACKER, Travcllair Paweaxer -A seat.
c;. R. PETTIT, DUtrlet Paiwaitr A swat.
E. II. COAPMAX, Vie PreaMeat aa4 Caal MMigtr.
S. II. H t R D WICK, Pawwairer Traffic Naaager.
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Anderson ... ....... 11.40
Cross Hill 12.00
Glenn Springs 12.10
Greenville 12.10
Laurens 11.00
Spartanburg -v. ... .... 12.10.
Walhalla..- 12.25
Waterloo ...... .....12.00
White Stone Springs..... ... ... 12.10
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga 1S.00
Monteaele. 46.05
Tate Statiorfor Tate Springs) .!' 15 60
Tullaboma 15.2
VIRGINIA
Hot Springs..... lt.(0
Luray .. 18.50
Natural Bridge.... ... ... 16.26
Norfolk IK. 50
Richmond lt.60
Roanoke 10.26
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White Sulphur
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Ar Saluda. N, C 5:30 am 12:25 pm
Ar Hend'ville, N. C. 6:00 am 1:00 pm
Ar Asheville, N. C. 7:00 am 2:10 pm
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Lv Jacksonville, Fla7. 8:05 pm
Lv Bruf&wick, Ga.. 0:05 pm
Ar Chattanooga, Tenn. .10:15 am
Ar Cincinnati. O .. 0:35 pm
Ar Louisville. Ky.. . 8:55 pm
Ar Chicago. 111.. .. 7:45 am
Ar St. Louis. Mo 7:21 am
Ar Detroit, Mich (P. M.) 0:46 am
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