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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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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PTT
POINTED PARAGRAPHS
There's not enough money to make
all people millionaire, so most of
them have none at alL
Every once in so often the straight
and narrow path seems to pitch over
the precipice.
A grain of folly Is mixed up in the
wisest man's gray matter.
Pump An; instrument to pat
blood in circulation. . .---
Puncture necessary" erO of aate aate-mobiling
mobiling aate-mobiling that must be endured.
Glass a parasite infectiB aabtte
roads and auto tires.
Grease Cup A thins to be reached
for.
Gloves An article of auto autre us
VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1911.
NO: 58.
ually left at borne or 'on the
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V1IH1 T1IE BOWELS
ARE O0"F0RrABLE
and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows
a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form )
on the .tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
purifying and strengthening.
It drives out hard impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structure of
the bowels. It overcomes the
tendency to chronic constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers, Price, targe package, $1.00.
Atk for the genuine with the Bed Z on the label.
If jam tuaol gt-l it. r--mt to o, we will end it by
mail. pottjmid. gimmuin Liver Emulator ia jmt Dp
also la liquid form for tarn who prefer it. frice,
1.00 per bottle. Look fur the Bed Z label.
J. H. ZDUN & C0 Props., St Louis, Mo.

FULLER & AVER
DENTAL surgeons
Office over Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.
J.E.GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA
FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH
L. F. BLALOGK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA - - FLORIDA
Office Honrs, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5
p. im. 4 Phone 211.
TERMS. CASH--
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6, Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones.
' Office No. 233; Residence No. 333
W. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
J. T. BROWN
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.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
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Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
-All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
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IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. DtIs, 827 Washington St., ConnersTiile
Tad., is in his &5th year. He writes us:
Lately suffered much from my kiduo- s and biad-.
Slf I had oAvern hack ic lies and HIT kidney act ion
Was too frequent, caa.it.g me to lose mu h sleep
be no aa4 around. Foley Kidaey i'iLU bav? my
aJfaaeS recoomeadaUon.
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OfitfillMIRE

I.Inrwl a He-achr; Won a Race Through
the Air Satnnlay from ew York
In Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pa., August 6. Lincoln
Eeachey, the hero of many thrilling
performances in the air, won the first
lon distance cross-country aeroplane
race ever held in the United States yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon when he flew from
New York to Philadelphia, defeating
Hugh Robinson and Eugene Ely.
His time from 23rd and Broadway,
New York, to Jth and Market streets,
Philadelphia. 95 mile, was 2:22 2-5.
Ely did not finish. He came down near
Princeton Junction, N. J., with motor
trouble and did not go up again. All
three used Curtlss biplanes.
The race, which was for a prize of
$5,000, was seen by hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of people in New York along the
route and in this city. It is estimated
that 50.000 persons were massed on Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Plateau in Fairmount Park,
where the aviator descended. Beachey
was given an enthusiastic reception.

111 Ml Of i

Admiral Togo and Speaker Clark, the
president offered a toast to the em em-Ilarrlne
Ilarrlne em-Ilarrlne the Boll, Had no Toagher peror of Japan. Then turning to Count
Time than W. A. Miller Job Re- j Togo, he made a brief address in com-

inearuated In Georgia
.. Atlanta. Ga.. August 6. Misfortunes
!iat rival those of Job are told in con connection
nection connection .viti the case of W. A. Millar
of Telfair county, in which the court of
appeals has just handed down a de decision
cision decision granting him a new trial fol following
lowing following his conviction for manslaughter
and sentence of six years in the peni penitentiary.
tentiary. penitentiary. Miller, who is 2 years old, was born
in Jones county, served faithfully thru
the war in the Confederate army
and j
after it was over he married and reared
a family of six children.
Just an life seemed brightest his tivn
oldest sons died and shortly afterward
when he was at work in the. fields a
cyclone swept down upon his placr
ruined his crops, blew down his house
and killed his wife and remaining chil children.
dren. children. Some years later he remarried and
had a daughter named Lizzie, her
father's pride. The night of her grad graduation
uation graduation when she was showered with
flowers, he was happy again, but not
for long. Aroused at midnight he
found a neighbor athis daughter's
window and learned the man had been
coming there for more than a year.
Next day Miller met the man and kill killed
ed killed him.
In addition to the foregoing facts
there was also a plea of self-defense.
Nevertheless he was convicted an.d
given six years.
The court of appeals says the lower
court erred in excluding certain evi evidence
dence evidence and now orders a new trial.
Another Edition of Job
It is the opinion of all believers in
the transmigration of souls in this vi vicinity
cinity vicinity that Mller is a reincarnaton of
Job. Barring the boils, he has exactly
a similar set of misfortunes. Including
the sympathetic friends.
LIFE SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR
"I never felt so near my grave,
writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington,
Tex., as when a fpia-btful 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 lied
f consumption, and
that I am
Dr. King'
completely
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ay Is due solely to
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e been well an1
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coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup,
and all throat and lung troubles. 50c.
and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Company.
XOTES FROM THE NORTH
Item of Interest from a Temporary
Exile from Oeala
Editor Star: The march of progress
during the past quarter of a century is
nowhere more fully marked than in the
development in railroad traveling.
When we made our first trip to Florida
twenty-three years ago passengers and
baggage were transferred from one
train to another no less than three
times between Jacksonville and Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, and tho the trains were sup supposed
posed supposed to be run on some kind of a
schedule, yet we seldom arrived at des destination
tination destination within several hours of the
time printed on the time card.
But today all that is changed. The
passenger coaches on the Seaboard be
tween Jacksonville and Washington
are specimens of luxury never dreamed
of in those early days: fitted with ev every
ery every modern convenience (except a bath)
to be found in a first class hotel; elec
tric lights and electric heat, and the
latest and best is electric fans at each
end of the coach, the pleasure and co-n-fort
arising from which leads one to
wonder why they were not introduce 1
long ago, and also why they are not
in the cars running between Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Tampa.
Not only do these cars make the triD
without change, but the dining car
service taking the place of the old
style eating stands, which in many
cases were little short,-of poison dis dispensaries,
pensaries, dispensaries, are the acme of travel lux luxury,
ury, luxury, and the schedule is a fast one. only
twenty-three hours between Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Washington, and tho when
we left Richmond. Va.. we were thirty
minutes late, when we rolled Into the
five million dollar depot at Washing Washington
ton Washington were were on time to the second.
We were fortunate is being just be
hind a good rain all the way north,
consequently we were not troubled with
dust and the fields of cotton, corn and
tobacco that we passed looked fresh
and green, but tho we saw many thou thousands
sands thousands of acres in corn yet nowhere did
we see any to compare with that of
the Edwards Bros., fQiroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss and other farnrs Marion coun county.
ty. county. Cape May Point is the extreme end

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of New Jersey and the Atlantic ocean

hree sides of It, consequently we
sea breeze all the time and so
re the nigms just now mai we
jare compelled to sleep under blankets,
which is something of a novelty to a
Florida cracker.
The borough of Cape May Point Js
trying an experiment along the line of
Henry George's single tax, Idea. A new
water works system has just been in installed,
stalled, installed, but instead of charging only
those who use the water, they have
levied a tax on all the property in the
borough whether improved or not, and
while the owners of vacant lots are do doing
ing doing a lot of kicking, it has reduced the
rate to consumers at least two-thirds.
H. C. Packham.
And Iavlted Japan to Join the
Paet of ZVatloaa Atute Jap
Xot Commit Hlmaelf
Peace
Did
Washington, August 6. President
Taft last night extended to Japan thru
the nation's guest. Admiral Count Togo
at a dinner in the White House in hon honor
or honor of the Japanese navay hero, an in invitation
vitation invitation to join the United States,
! Great Britain and France in the great
i world movement for international
i peace. Rising from his chair between
pliment to the admiral's country and
formally invited it to join the peace
pact recently made between Great Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. France and America.
Count Togo made acknowledgement
through Commissioner Taniguchi. his
aide. He said:
"Mr. President, it is my pleasant duty
anil great honor to convey to his
majesty, the emperor, my august sov sovereign,
ereign, sovereign, the most kind words you have
just said for him. As for me, words
fail me to express what I feel deeply at
heart. I can only say that I thank you
most heartily
done me."
for the honor you have
$100 REWARD $100
The readers of this paper will be
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is the only positive cure now known
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by building up the constitution and
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The proprietors have so much faith in
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timonials. testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney &
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Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
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VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE OX GOOD TERMS
I-arge, 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. Annlv for
terms to Box 180 or A. C. L. freight
lepot, care J, F. Thompson.
THOUSANDS DYING
Every day from kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Why suffer death
when a fl bottle, a sixty-day treat treatment
ment treatment of Hall's Texas Wonder, seldom
fails to cure? Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street. St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
UP-TO-DATE MAPS'
Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.
WIFE GOT TIPTOP ADVICE
"My wife wanted me to take our boy
to the docttr to ''cure an ugly boil,"
writes D.Frankel of Stroud, Okla. "I
aid'put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on it."
. A ..
c-ureti me uuu in a
kest healer of burns.
corns, bruises, sprains
Best pile cure on earth.
5c. at Tydings & Co's.
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,
will find his assistant. Mr. Bitting, in
the office during regular office hours.
SEEMED
TO GIVE
HIM A
XEW STOMACH
"I suffered intensely after eating,
and no medicine or treatment I tried
seemed to do any gxod," writes H. M.
Young-peters, editor of the Sun, Lake
View, Ohio. "The first few dopes of
Chamberlain's tojitaeh and Liver
Tablets gave nxurprsing relief, an.d
the second bottle seemed to give me a
new stomach and perfectly good
health." For sale by all dealers.
MAXY A SUFFERING WO.MAX
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 Kidnev -Pills give quick
relief from pa!s.a?5 strength. No wo woman
man woman who so suffers can afford to over overlook
look overlook Foley Kidney Pills. Sold by the
Coilrt Pharmacy.
Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends
When you are down town drink
PLEZOL
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progress of your kidney and bladder
trouble and heal by removing the
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11 1 TEDDY

Regarding: AboorptlBa Tnm Coal
aad Iroa Compaay by L'alted
StatesSteel Corporatloa
' la 190T
New York, August 6. Col. Theodore
Roosevelt, ex-president of the United
States, took the witness stand In .the
Congressional inquiry ; into the steel
corporation to tell what he knew re regarding
garding regarding the absorption of the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Coal and Iron Company by the
United States Steel Corporation dur during
ing during the panic of 1907.
Roosevelt's intention to appear was
kept secret. He appeared in good hu humor
mor humor and greeted Chairman Stanley
and other members of the committee
enthusiastically. "I am glad to see
you all." he declared to the commit committee.
tee. committee. "I'm very glad to see you, in indeed,
deed, indeed, sir," he said to Representative
Young, a republican member.
Roosevelt took the stand immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. Mr. Stanley announced that Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt did not come in response to a sub subpoena.
poena. subpoena. After explaining what knowl knowledge
edge knowledge he had of the Tennessee Coal &
Iron Company absorption by the steel
corporation, Roosevelt read a lengthy
statement, indicating his subject by a
description of financial panic condi conditions
tions conditions in the fall of 1907.
"It was the administration's utmost
duty," he said, "to prevent a spread of
the panic before it became a disaster."
Roosevelt told of a brief conference
at the White House with H. C. Frick
and E. H. Gary, of the steel corpora
tion, and Secretary Root. He read the
committee a letter, published Jn the
Senate records of the hearing on the
Tennessee Coal and Iron case In 1909.
The letter set forth how Frick and
Gary submitted a proposition for the
Tennessee Company's sale, and how he
expressed the opinion that he did not
wish to stand in the way of saving a
financial panic. The firm that was in
trouble, Roosevelt, said,. had not been
mentioned.
Roosevelt went into details about
the serious financial details in New
York, telling how he took the respon
sibility to permit the steel company
transfer, doing it on his own Initia
tive.
"It was a matter of general knowl
edge." he said, referring to the banks
and trust companies in danger in New
York: "that they held Tennessee Coal
and Iron Company securities, having
no market yalue."
"The Gary and Frick proposition
was," he continued, "that the steel
corporation take over the Tennessee
Coal and Iron Company immediately."
"It was necessary for me to act im immediately,"
mediately," immediately," he said, "before the stock
exchange opened, or the transaction
might prove useless."
"If I had not acted immediately," he
continued, in that extraordinary cri crisis,
sis, crisis, I should have ben jiumere tittle."
"In every such erisis"the temptation
to indecision and non-action always
exists. There is always an excuse for
non-action. If a man is worth his salt
he will give people in trouble the ben benefit
efit benefit of a doubt and act as the situa situation
tion situation demands, if the law Is not violat violated.
ed. violated. Every step I took was as open
as day."
He was satisfied that the acquire acquirement
ment acquirement by the steel corporation of the
Tennessee Coal and Iron Company did
not change the corporation's legal
status. He believed It would be for
the public good. Results proved the
act was a good one because the panic
stopped. Roosevelt said he learned
the action was of great benefit to the
people of the Birmingham district.
"1 would have proved myself unwor unworthy
thy unworthy of public office if I had not done
as I did," Roosevelt said.
He concluded his testimony at 2:30
in the afternoon and expressed satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction that as "a plain American citi citizen
zen citizen he" was able to assist the com committee."
mittee." committee." "THE WHEELS THAT WHEEL"
The Iver-Johnaon Bicycle.
The Ocala Bicycle Shop,
H. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street "paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located betwen the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of
the government building and postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Has over $3500
worth of new furniture, new gas and
wood range, etc. Eest of plumbing
and electric system. House will not
need a dollar in repairs or furniture
for years. One of the handsomest cor corner
ner corner lots in Ocala, surrounded by mas massive
sive massive cement block fence. Lot is 105 by
105 feet. The Colonial has 25 rooms
and is now enjoying a splendid busi business,
ness, business, every room being occupied every
night. This is one of the best small
$2 a day hotels in the state and will
prove a fine investment and soon dou
ble the money at the price, $16,000,
J6.000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and $5,000 in two year at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to 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.
H. A.KRAMER
Montezuma Block Ocala, Fla.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Peyser's store.
A cordial welcome to visiting knights
J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.
COTTON CROP WILL BE IMMFA'SR
With continued official assurances
that the 1910-11 cotton crop of the
United States will be the greatest
yield in the history of the country,
there is speculation as to Its total
value. Should the staple this year sell

at the same price it did in 1910. the
value of the crop would be approx approximately
imately approximately $1.00,603,000, exceeding the re record
cord record breaking cotton crop value made
last year by more than $180,000,000
Further estimates from the govern government's
ment's government's official figure of 89.1 per cent,
of a normal for the condition of the
growing crop on July 25, indicate that
the crop will be 7,046,500,000 pounds,
or i4, 741, 631 bales of 478 pounds net
weight. This would surpass the re record
cord record cotton production year of 1901 by
more than one million bales. If the
crop this year sell3 at 11.5 cento a
pound, the average price for the last
five years, its value would be about

u,ouu,uoo below last year's great
value record.
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Will Have to be Paid for Whea Berry
Rretaraa to the Florida
Convict Camps
New York, August 6. James E. Ber
ry, who escaped from a convict camp in
Florida in April, was held without bail
here yesterday as a fugitive from jus
tice.
Berry was serving a five-year sen
tence imposed at Miami for raising a
check. He was leased out to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Pine Company, and put to work on
a turpentine farm at Bellmore. After
three years he made a successful break
for liberty and walked to Jacksonville,
from where he worked his passage by
sea to New York. He was captured in
the home of his brother, Alexander, in
this city.
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 havebeen greatly
troubled during the hjaf summer months
with hay fever andfind that bv usinsr
Foley's Honey aafa Tar Compound I
get great relief. Many others who
suffer similarly vill beAlad to benefit
by Mr. Stewart'svexnrffience. Sold by
Court Pharmacy.
SUNDAY TRIPS TO SILVER SPRINGS
Another Convenient Method of Reach Reaching;
ing; Reaching; a Pleaaaat Resort
The big automobile truck of the
Ocala Transportation Comapny will
make Sunday passenger trips to the
Springs during the remainder of the
summer, observing the following
schedule: Leaving the court house
square at 9 and 11 a. m. and 2 and 4
p. m. Fare for the round trip, 50 cents.
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 DRUGGET.
CASH PRIZES FOR COTTON
We are offering the following cash
prizes for cotton:
For the first bale of cotton brought
to our gin in Ocala we will give $15
in cash.
To the person bringing the most cot cotton
ton cotton to us through the season we will
give $25 in cash.
We want all of the cotton that Is
grown In Marlon county and as much
of that grown in adjoining counties as
we can possibly get brought to our gin.
No better facilities for handling cotton
in the state that we possess. We pay
the highest market price in cash for
cotton at all times.
Remember the prizes. Haul the cot cotton
ton cotton to our gin or ship it to us by rail,
it does not matter which.
Respectfully, George Giles & Co.
Local and Long Distance Phone 170.
Ocala, Fla.
Tis
an awkward thing to play with
souls.
And matter enough to save one's
own;
Yet think of my friend, and the burn burning
ing burning coals
He played with for bits of stone!
The lett.er kills, the spirit keeps alive
In law and gospel. Browning.
Bites of poisonous insects that cause
the flesh to sweJl uoust be treated
with a healing ajrxiseptic that will
counteract the nison and heal the
wound. BALLARD'S SS6w LINIMENT
answers every lequifement m such
r
cases. Price 25cTroc and $1 per bot
tie. Sold by all druggists.
Money is a handmaiden if you know
how to use it a mistress If you do not
know how. Haraee.
Buy it now. Now is the time to buy
a bottle of Charnnin's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is al
most certain fo beneeded before the
summer is ovej-'This remedy has no
superior. For sale by all dealera.
Miss Sweet We all consider Willie
the flower of the family.
Mr. Spooner Yes, he's a blooming
ituUance. Purple Cow.
Do not allow y5ur kidney and blad
der trouble to develop beyond the
reach of medlclnfe. Take Foley Kidney
Pills, They gIvVssjrick results and
stop irregularities with surprising
promptness. Sold by Court Pharmacy.
He who is firm and resolute in will
molds the world to himself. Goethe.
Stepping on a rusty nail has been
the cause of many cases of lockjaw.
The nail was not o much the fault as
neglect of theywound. If such wound3
were promptly oieansed ; and BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S LiNIMKNT applied there
there woul4 be n lockiw, as the anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic properties c the liniment would
counteract thepoison and the wound
would heal quickly. Price 25c. 50e and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

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Are offering their entire line of

Ladies9 Presses
amid Shoovjv7aDS,s

At Greatly Reduced Prices

Come and make your selec selections
tions selections before these beautiful
goods are all gone.

LET US TATILL certainly stop
VV that leak in ypur
M Radiator, and the cost cost-Only
Only cost-Only 75c.-is so small, -be--
sides we guarantee sat
Vniin isfactory results.
UUIl A full line of Automo
bile Accessories- always always-Will
Will always-Will PAM on hand, Tires and
VULuAN- Tubes in All sizes All the
time. .
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We Guarantee to Save Too LIcsey oa Any IVcrfc ia Car
Am we employ oie hmt expert we are la peaftlm. tm suraatM.v
ery pleee f work we eoaatraet to ataod the laspeetloa of the aaoajt
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wlaner, whether we aeeare the eoatraet or mat. Give oa a trial.

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OCAUL EVBHIKG STAR, MOXDAT, AUGUST 7, 1011

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
B. R. Cam-oil, Business Manager.

J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

LEE 5 BURG'S HARD LUCK

Leesbarg joins Ocala on the mourn mourners
ers mourners tench. The railroad commission
has turned down that flourishing
town's petition foran union passenger
tation. sayin&r fltfds that the erec erection,
tion, erection, location rrS mafntenance of a
union pas3engr3tarion to be main maintained
tained maintained by the tlaotfdf Coast Line Rail Railroad
road Railroad Company jt tie Seaboard Air
Line Company is impracticable, except
at the crossing of the two lines on the

western border of the city, which, ow owing!
ing! owing! to Its distance, is not acceptable to
the' citizens of Leesburg."

BISHOP FITZGERALD

MISS co:doxs SUCCESS

Bishop Oscarenn Fitzgerald of the
Methodist KrVcopaf church. South,
died at his cott Monteagle. Tenn Tenn-Saturday
Saturday Tenn-Saturday afterHnfof neuralgia of the
heart. He was 82 years old.

SET OCALA A EXAMPLE

The citizwrf,;t.eesburg, during the
month of yraised $155.75 for the
help and erktfrragement of their band.
Ocala Is biJfger than Leesburg in
some things.

Mr. H. S. Philllps.'after a visit to his
Ocala friends, returned to his home in
Tampa Sunday morning. Mr. Phillips
made a good Impression here arw many
neir friends. He Is a quiet, shrewd,
hard-working young attorney, and as
solicitor iefTpis ;ireuit he has made
the lawrespectedf and put evil-doers In
fear. "FfZs&iUArt as had reason to note
his nogefcirsecution of many hard
cases iW-itjpast few years. In which
he has secured convictions against
great odds In regard to his candidacy
for Congress, the business men of this
city are very loyal to Congressman
Sparkman, who has done good work
for Ocala a well as the rest of his dis district,
trict, district, but it is no treason to that vet veteran
eran veteran statesman ta say that this new
candidate for his seat, while he may
not win, will give everybody reason to
know he has been in the race.

Has Wi a Majcnifleeat Prise from the
Eqnltable Life AMimrt
Soetety
For the past two years Miss Florrie
Conday of this city ha3 been the agent
for the Equitable Life Assurance So Society
ciety Society In this section and her success
in the insurance business ha3 been
phenomenal. The first of last July the

society offered a trip to New York and
Atlantic City to all their agents in the
Southern states who sold $100,000 of
accepted insurance, no declined busi business
ness business to count in the contest- Miss Con Condon
don Condon wrote $101,000 of accepted insur insurance
ance insurance from July first of last year to
July first of ms year, almost the en entire
tire entire amount jfri this immediate vicinity,
which placed MiS3 Condon at the head
of over thrtjr agent? in Florida and
wins for mer the trip, and also gains
for hersef membership In the South Southern
ern Southern rVntirv Clnh. rnmnnwi of Equita Equitable
ble Equitable agents in the Southern states, who
wrote the required amount of business.

Other agents who won the trip were

Mrs. King, a lady agent of St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, Mr. S. Coles, the general agent,
and his son. Mr. Strieker Coles, and a
Mr. Solomon, all of acksonville, Mr.

Smoak of Tampa and Mr. Hudson of

St. Petersburg. This pleasant party of

Insurance agents, chaperoned by Mrs.

J. S. Coles, will sail from Jacksonville

August 24th on the Iroquois for New

York, and from there will proceed to

Atlantic City. They are anticipating a

splendid time.
Miss Condon's many friends are very

proud of her record In the Insurance

field, and congratulate her heartily on
winning this delightful trip.

We doubt that there is any publica publication
tion publication in the state any more closely read

than Claude L'Engle's Dixie. It comes
very near saying something in every
line. Dixie i"T6alliag attention to lots

of abuses tB3hae afflicted Jackson

vllle, and yy1011683 De the caU3e

of the refoxn-of some of them. The
Star hopes itwill have the pleasure of
reading a daily Dixie before long.

WILL FILL A LOXG-FELT WANT

Aa Eatlrely New Llae of BomIm Soon
to be Opened
Messrs. L. Hurst of this city, now
with the Theus-Zachry Company, and
W. I. Gardner of Gainesville, who did
business in Ocala about two years ago,
will open witij a stock of ladies' ready
to wear garments about October 1st in
the building jjiow occupied by Mr. Jerry
Burnett, which they have leased. Mr.
Burnett, asf previously stated In this
paper, wilT go to" corner building,
which is Apyxroade ready for him.
These gentlemen will carry a com

plete and up to date stock and will
have a competent lady in chage of
the alterirrg department so that any
garment can be fitted at once. There
Is an opening in Ocala for an exclus exclusive
ive exclusive business of this kind and we be believe
lieve believe these young men will succeed.

EVERY DAY

It is surprising, even to us, to
note the new business which
conies to us daily, proving

First That our efforts to

please are appreciated.

Second That' we have tho

Confidence of the people.

Third That the masses think

well of us.

location

ACCOUNTS I TAB OF

I Bit 111

BY FRANCES LYNDX

Copyright 1910

by Charles
Sons

Scribner's

Fourth That our
convenient.

is

MUNROE

OCALA,

THE
& GHAMBLISS
BANK
- FLORIDA

PROLOGUE.
Red Batte Western, the most
hopelessly demoralized railroad
west of the Rockies, a road that
is a joke and a tragedy; as des des-perate
perate des-perate a lot of outlaws as ever
ran trains or ditched them; a
railroad superintendent who says
he is a coward and then tackles
one of the toughemt tasks a rait rait-road
road rait-road man ever hQd to solve; a
fond lover and a beautiful girl;
wrecks, thefts, gun plays and
highwaymen all these stand out
vividly in one of the most thrill thrilling
ing thrilling stories of railroad life ever
written, a story of the Red desert,
where chaos takes the place of
order and where the large cali
bered revolver is the law.

MADE A GOOD SHOWING

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Rev. C. C. Carroll, formerly pastor
of the Ocala Baptist church, in addi addition
tion addition to presiding over the big third
church, witlj"ejfreral hundred mem members,
bers, members, at 6renstorqf Ky.. edits the
Green RiveV,Bapt. a compact and
well filled DWttion. In the quality
and amount" its reading matter, it
"has some of our Florida church publi publications
cations publications badly distanced, though it only
represents a single association.

Miss Clara Johnson will entertain at
cards tomorrow morningpMn honor of
her visiting yong ladies, Miss Mamie

Ray and Miss FVanors Chambers, and
Miss Beulah Hall'auests, Miss Maude
Timmonsnd M LjreacDou gal.
Mr. Ilutchings and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Toph and chfldren, Dorothy
and Qiiy, Jr., and nurse, returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from Daytona Beach,
whre they have been for the past sev sev-erl
erl sev-erl weeks. Mr. and Miss Hutchlngs,
wmrse home Is In Tampa, will remain
for some time, guests of Mrs. Guy
Toph.

It will be a good thing for Japan to
accep the iirrryation jt President Taft
to enter jftftan agreement with Am America,
erica, America, Greatfrrrai and France to sub submit
mit submit Interajrfojgtf differences to arbi arbitration.
tration. arbitration. Oirtf ne construction can be
placed on her refusal or delay in the
matter. 5

You can't tell how

man is

much money a

makinjpfrqin the clothes -he

wears. You nut gea good look at his
wife's. Pittbur"Kfews.
One of oyirjsrrdhearted dry goods
merchants sayltsa darn sight better
way 'to estimate his debts.

Mrff A. R. Toph and son, Raymond,
will leave tomorrow for Kentucky,
whore they will spend two'months at
MrrToph's former home.

Mr. P. J. Theus will leave. Saturday
for Vayeross. Baltimore and New
Yorjc. In New York and Baltimore he
will buy ten carloads of furniture, the

e distributed between Way

Daytona and Ocala stores.

gafods taub

L. Hurst will leave next week

w York to buy the stock of goods

Is new ladles ready to wear

s store that he is soon to open.

?T Jerry Burnett is now locat-

ERMINE FOR AN EDITOR

Friends, in Marlon county are talk talking
ing talking of, running Editor Harris for pro probate
bate probate Judge. Most any good newspa newspaper
per newspaper man would make a capable judge,
but should Editor Harris adopt the er ermine
mine ermine we frust it will not be at the sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice of his newspaper 'activities.
Leesburg; .Commercial.

Mr.

XT.

for

goqfl

if IT

ed.
moiling

L. M. Raysor left Sunday

for a visit to relatives at Al-

S. C.

Mr W. A. Hocker and children left

todary for Daytona Beach, where they

wiMF "pend the next few weeks.

If Frank

and the

to him

over thir

upbuild

lean yea

Harrft

arapie of

fhev are A

tfg grfsn

wants this office

Ocala. lo not give it
set of ingrates. For

he has fought for the

Is city. Through the

ati followed the panic of

'93and the -freeze of 95, when pros prosperity
perity prosperity existed only as a hope of a
memory,' .he stood to his "Banner" and
made i t a; rallying point for determin determined
ed determined effort for better conditions. His
people have honored him with office,
but always one of honor without
profit.. It is time for them to recog recognize
nize recognize him In a more substantial way. -Bartow
Record.

Mrs. W. H. Wilson is enjoying

pleasant visit fiwrn her father, G.- W.

Martin of Ocala ho will spend sev

eral days in tharkity. Tampa Times

Editor Frank Harris of the Ocala
Banner is being urged to run for ihe

position of governor of Florida. If he

becomes a candidate he will not have

to loin Mr. MTlton iil an attempt to

curtail adferrtsing aspenses. We don't

believe thaFe is agfoaper in the state
that wouw chafK7 Brother Harris one

cent for fits anufieement. or any oth

er adertTsTtur he might want. The

pure admiration for the man by th?
press would Just naturally open wide

the editorial columns for his free use.

Tackle the Jom, Brother Harris, and

it the newsnaDer men of the state

shqw to the world what a power they
are In the land. Citrus County Chron

icle.

Speaking about gubjrnatioal timber

reminds us that Etfftor Frtfnk Harris

hmiM take first DfcurC Thfre Is not a

better man in the stWf Florida for
this honored position fHan Hon. Frank
Wftrrt of the Ocala Banner. Sanford

Herald.

Tha coming battle between Hon

Herbert PhilliDS and Uncle Steve

Sparkman will be of interest to the en

tire state. As chairman of the rivers

and harbors commirieef on gressman

Snarkman has a lekA-hit it will be

hard for any man to Overcome. Her
bert Phillips has many friends and :

rnn.1 record, however, and only time

will. tell what the result will be.
Plant City Courier.

EIGHT

AUTO TRICKS TO

BE BUILT RIGHT AWVY

Allentown, Pa..

Bros. Motorcar

hak receiveTrTfom t

nf New York an ord

auto hook and la

are to cost, fully
000 each. The

nartment recently

August 7 The Mack

ntown

fire department

for eight heavy

er trucKs, wucn

uipped, about $10,-

w York Fire De

appropriated $1,-

000,000 for automobile fire apparatus

T. B. Strlnafellow JThnt. down to
omu vPsterdaaftejfioon and was a

o.a last nielrt Mifftis brother-in-law

B
R. T. Adams, pr

tr,,c Gainesville Sun, 6th.

;tor of the Ocala

ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC

Having bought the J. L. Leitner

store, I wish to announce to all that

will open in the new place Thurs

day, August 10th, with a more com

plete stock than ever, and the public

s invited to call and see me, and

assure you that your wants will be

taken care of in the best possible man

ner. Remember, I guarantee satisfac

tion. Ollie Mordis.

HEATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
The Best Quick Lu d Eat Eating
ing Eating Houte in the City
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served--Right
Now, winnyou
want it. SHRIMPS and
CRABS and all other del del-icaue
icaue del-icaue of the season.

nnnntniiiinnnninm

WATCH THIS SPACE

A. M. BOBBITT,
THE FEED MAN

58 South Main St. Ocala, Fla.

NOTICE

The firm of Galloway & Moulton by
mutual consent was dissolved on July
31st. 1911. F. A. Moulton retaining the
business of the firm at Ocala, Fla.
F. A. Moulton.
Ocala, Fla.. August 7 1911.

RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE

Two choice residence lots in pretty
Palmetto .Park addition to Ocala, next
to Dr. F. E. McClane's new residence.
Apply at 3tar office.

Cuts and bruises

about one-third

the usual treat

Chamberlain's Li

tiseptic and cau

heal without ma

ment also relieves

muscles and rheumatic
sale by all dealers.-

theH

ifitrin.

nmem

es A

ftrfa

may be healed in

me required by
by applying

It is an an-

uch injuries to

tion. This lini lini-soreness
soreness lini-soreness of the

pains.- For

When you are happy drink FLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOI
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL.

THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH"

is the soda fountain in our drug store.

All the youth of both sexes patronize It.
but that does not keep the- old folks
from enjoying it. too. Our soda is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all

the popular syrups, iou will find it ex

hilarating, sansiying, cooling. Try it

once then you will recommend It your

self. Only Five Cents.

THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 284

JUST RECEIVED
Shipment ot Califonia
Fruits

Aorleota 20c. Dos

KeUey Fluma 25r. Dm.
Bine Plums 20e. Daa.
Red PI a ma 20c Dom.
California Peaeaes 3Sc. Doa.
Georgia Peaebea 50o. Basket
All KJada of Fresh Vegetables
PHONE 209
S. A. MOSES & BR0.
OCALA .... iA)RIDA

A A. Waterman's seH-niling, relia relia-Dle,
Dle, relia-Dle, non-leaking fountain pens: all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.

FALLS VICTIM TO THIEVKS
S W. Bends of Coal City, Ala., has a

justifiable grievance. Two' thieves stole

his health for twelve years. They
were a liver and kidiyey trouble. Then
Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled
them. He's well noiv. Unrivaled for
constipation, malariarTieadache, dys dyspepsia.
pepsia. dyspepsia. 25e. at Tytlings & Co's.

My soul is like an oar that momently
Dies in a desperate stress beneath
the wave.
Then glitters out again and sweeps
the sea;
Each moment I'm new-born from
-some jriew grave. Lanier.

TOHTUHKD FOB F1FTKK VKABS
by a cure-defying stomacn nouble
that baffled doctors and. and "resisted
all remedies he tried, John W. Mod
ders, of Moddersville. Mich., seemed
doomed. He had to sett his farm and
give up work. His neighbors said "he
can't live much longer." "Whatever I
ate distressed nit?," he wrote, "till I
tried Electric Bitttfrs," wh.h worked
such wonders for me tha.r' I can now
eat things I could rtVfc-fake for years.
Its surely a strand remedy for stom stomach
ach stomach trouble." Just a good for the
liver and kidneys. Every bottle guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Only 50c. at Tydings & Co'.s.

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

An ordinary case at diarrhoea can.
as a rule, be cured hy a single dose of
Chamberlain's Coli. Cholera and Di Diarrhoea
arrhoea Diarrhoea Remedy. Bold by all dealers.

CHAPTER I.
COLLARS A5D CUFF9."

IIE windows of the dmsion

headquarters of the Tacific
Southwestern at Copah look
northward over bald, brown

mesas and across the Pannikin to the
eroded cliffs of the Uintah hills. The
prospect, lacking vegetation, artistic
atmosphere and color. Is crude and
rather harshly aggressive, and to Lid Lid-gerwood,
gerwood, Lid-gerwood, gloomiug thoughtfully out
upon it through the weather worn
panes scratched and bedigamed by
manv desert sandstorms, iwas pecul

iarly depressing.

"No, Ford; I hate toyflisappoint you.

but I'm nit the ma you are looking
for." he slid, turjrfng back to things
present and in suspense and speaking
as one whoVyjnjld add a reason to un unqualified
qualified unqualified reJQsal. "I've been looking
over the around while you were com coming
ing coming on f6m Vew York.. It isn't in me
to floghe ReU Butte Western into a
well toehaved division of the P. S. W."
The grave ejVd man who had bor borrowed
rowed borrowed Superintendent Leckhard's pivot
chair nodded intelligence.
"That is what yVu have been saying.

with variations, foV the last half hour.

Why?"

'.'Because the job lasks for-gifts that
I don't possess. Atthe present mo moment
ment moment the Red Butte Western is the
most hopelessly demoralized 300 miles
of railroad west of the Rockies. There
la no system, no discipline, no respect
for authority. The men run the road
as if it were a huge joke. Add to these
conditions the fact that the Red desert
is a country where the large calibered

revolver is"
"Yes. I know all that," interrupted
the man in the chair. "The road and
the ijeion needj;tvilfting need it bad badly,
ly, badly, yhat is oneof the rasoas-why I
am trying to persuade you to take
hold: You are long on civilization,
Howard." J
"Not on the kind yhich has to be
Inculcated by main strength, and a
eheerful disregardfor consequences.
I'm no scrapper."
Tp theeye of Appraisal Lidgerwood's
personal appearance bore out the
peaceableXaiertion to the final well
groomed detail. Compactly built and
neatly, hraWn and bulk were conspic conspicuously
uously conspicuously lacking, .and the thin, intel intellectual
lectual intellectual face Vyas made to appear still
thinner by Che pointed cut of the
closely trimme brown beard. A phys physiognomist
iognomist physiognomist would hare classified him
as a man of stadious habit with the
leisure to Indulpe in it. and uncon unconsciously
sciously unconsciously he dressed the part.
In his outspokeX moments, which
were ,sare, he vas given to railing
against the fate whiei had made him
a round peg in a square hole, a tech technical
nical technical engineer and a man of action

when his earlier tastes and Inclina Inclina-tios
tios Inclina-tios had drawn, him in other direc

tions. But the temperamental quali

tiesthe niceties, the exactness, the
thoroughness which, finding no outlet
in an artistic calling, had made him a
master in his unchosen profession
were well known to Mr. Stuart Ford,
first rice president of the Pacific
Southwestern system. And it was
largely for the sake of these qualities
that Ford locked his hands over ona
knee and spoke as a man and a com comrade.
rade. comrade. v
"Let me tell you, Howard, you'va
no idea what a aavage fight we've had
in New York absorbing these same de demoralized
moralized demoralized 300 miles, ou know why
we were obliged to hre them. If the
Transcontinental hfd beaten us it
meant that our competitor would build
orer here from ack's Canyon, dlvida
the Copah business with us and have
a line 300 mile's nearer to the Nevada
gold fields than ours.

"President Brewster has a copper
property qomewhere in the vicinity of
Angels. Nafnd he knows the road. He
contendell that we were buying two
streakaofVust and a right of way In
the Reft deWrti More than that, he
asserted thai the executive officer
didn't live wh could bring order out
of the chaos into which bad manage management
ment management and a peculiarly tough environ environment
ment environment had plunged tie Red Butte West Western.
ern. Western. That's where bad him bested,
Howard. All fhrouga. the hot fight I
kept saying over andXpver to myself
that I knew the man."
"But you don't know im, Stuart;
that is the weak link in the chain. If
It were merely a matter otx technical
fitness I suppose I might go over to
Angels and Ida what you want done
with the 3finmlles of demoralization.

But the Red Butte proposition asks
for more, for something tfiat I can"t
give it. Stuart, there is aellow streak
in me that you sWm never to have dis discovered.
covered. discovered. I am a Voward.'
The ghost of An incredulous smile
wrinkled abouttbe tired eyes of the
big man in the pivot chair.
"You forget that I have known you
pretty much all your life, Howard.
Let me recall one of the boyhood pic pictures
tures pictures that have never faded. It was
Just after school one it day in the II-

Lieutenant Leitner and his com- J

rdf who represented the Ocala Rides V

at the state shoot near Jacksonville,

have returned home. They made a
score of 2T0 and stood fifth among

fifteen squads, which considering their
opportunity for practice, was very

good. The highest eore was 325. and
made by th squad from the DeFuniak
Company. Lieutenant Leitner says the
eneampmafit grounds have been put In
fine shae and the outlook for good
work ay the state encampment is very
auspicus.-
...
FBy the Military Secretary)
I I ainii"1"!"!" i" ii i ill I In Ocala Rifles
returned home Saturday morning on
the early train, a tired but well satis satisfied
fied satisfied lot of boys. While they d,idn't win
the trophy, they made an excellent
record considering our range here.
They stand at fourth place on the
state team with a score of 270 6ut: of
a possible 250, where last year they
were ninth. This year four out of five
made good on the national team to go
to Camp Perry, Ohio, but owing to bus business
iness business relations they could not attend
the national shoot, much to their re regret,
gret, regret, and more so to the regret of
Capt. John M. Graham, who is very

anxious to have his company repre- ;

sented on the national team, which Is
considered a great honor not only to
the individual, but to the company.
The shooting team consisted of First
Lieutenant Charles Leitner, team cap

tain; Sergeant Frank Booher, Sergeant I

Jesse Smoak; Artificer John Smith;
Private Eugene Booher. The Rifles also

furnished an orderly for General Fos Foster
ter Foster and two scorers on the firing line.
They were Privates Charles Woods,
Strickland and Flanders.
The boys declared they had a, fine
time and after the first day's work,
camp rations fared hard for every one
ate like wolves. The state has charge
of the camp grounds and is expending
quite a sum of money putting every everything
thing everything in readiness for a permanent
camp site. The state is installing a
perfect water and sewerage system

and planting the entire parade ground
in St. Augustine grass, which will add
greatly to the soldier boys advantage
for drilling. The camp site is on a j
high bluff known as Black Point, on I

OU are reminded that the Commercial
Bank is a state institution and uuder
the direct supervision of the banking

department of the State of Florida
. ...... -"T"
That its capital and surphiM is $75000,00 and
that we are growing but can still take care-of core
business. '

TfCOLIKIUIi

the St. Johns river, about ten miles t
south of Jacksonville. j
Orderly Charles Woods made quite ?

hit with General Foster, for the gen general
eral general remarked he was an excellent sol soldier,
dier, soldier, being th laziest man in camp.
Sergeant Jesse Smok became quite

homesick while away and it was all
his comrades could do to keep him.
Well, we don't blame Jesse.

Sergeant Booher received several

hearty hand shakes when he finished

firing at 1000 yards, for he never found

the target in twelve shots.

Eugene Booher being the only pri

vate on the team was selected as or orderly
derly orderly for the team. Gene is a lively.

smart boy, but he got too sleepy to
work much.

Artificer John Smith, better known

to the company as "Major Smith," was

the life of the team with his stories

of Indian fighting and narrow escapes

in bear hunts, when Ocala was com

paratively a one-horse farm.

Private Flanders said he wouldn't

mind being a soldier if he could only

stay in the tens making uniforms.

Private Strickland of the O. K. Tea

pot Grocery, who is quite a lively groc groc-eryman,
eryman, groc-eryman, said he sure would like to

take orders for that bunch of men.

We fceei the Lendino fclalxcs of crvcotla
Machinery. If you bay from us we will dive
you a square deal.

uuui uui wii uuyiun yuur uiccuiBcrjr

when your crops ripen they won't wait fey yocwa
V

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MISS FLOSSIE LINDftRMAN
This pretty young lady' is one of

Pedro's candidates in the Tampa Times

contest. At latest report, she had 103, 103,-365
365 103,-365 votes.

APARTMENTS FOR RNTi p
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. v

He that lacks money, ."means and
content is without three good friends.
Shakespeare.

Dealers ia
CEMENT, CRUSHED STONE & LAKE VEIR SAND

uaaMscrarers ci
- ". ': -, : -
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-
TiTnllrct in frVi cfofn

w cxino in nit; olciv.

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A.intdl Jor tthe ailk:2 oil Eds (GooxtQinisoo

TRY
We had a car of Flour to come in ahead of time, and in order to reduce our stock, wo aro
making an exceptionally low price on s
WE GUARANTEE THIS FLOUR TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE SATISFACRCM

Ideal, whole barrel,
Ideal, half barrel,
Ideal, 96 pound sack,..
Ideal, 24 pound sack,.
Ideal, 12 pound sack,.
We have a full line of

. $5.60
... 3.00
2.80
.80
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Mason's Fruit Jars and The Queen,
with glass top.

Red Cross, whole barrel, ....1.
Red Cross, half barrel,
Red Cross, 48 pound sack,.
lied Cross, 24 pound sack,....
Red Cross, 1 2 pound sack, ....

wide mouth. Fruit Jar,

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CCALA,



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1011

EXTRAORDINARY
SALE OF PICTURES
AT THE
OCALA NEWS COMPANY
Wednesday, August 9th
COPIES OF THE OLD MASTERS SEPIA PRINTS
THIRTY SUBJECTS SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
20 CENTS EACH
WEDNESDAY ONLY
OCALA NEWS COMPANY
OCALA, - FLORIDA

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x V. INDESTRUCTIBLE
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As well as atttll line of medium and low-priced Caskets ana
Coffins. Personal and prompt attendance to all parts of the
country, night or day, by automobile, when desirei!. Services
fully up to date and guaranteed satisfactory. Burial made in
all cemeteru-3.

Fired

$400 Upright Piano
on November 16. by
. Known
--.

MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
"ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE. Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YONGE, Plumbing.
HAYCRAFT & DeCAMP, MILLINERY.
HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods, Notions and Oents' Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work
.. ; j
Yon May Secure Piano Ballots From the Above Firms. You
May Vote Them for Your Sell or lor Any
Other Candidate

MISS MYRTLE DLALOCK
MISS ESTHER LEY
MISS FREYERMUTII
MISS FANNIE COOK

MISS DOVIE GATES
MIS MATT IE MOORE
MISS BELLE HODGE
MISS CEVIE ROBERTS

MISS ANNIE BKKTO.V FULLER

AVe understand there are several other candidates, and
would like to have them com in and give their
j r v names to Hayes & Guynn.

V J. W. AKIN
Phone 235
DAVID S.

Ocala IPEiiinnitoliriigj fit
Elocttpic (Coirnipainiy
PLUMBING AND TINNING
ELECTRIC WORK IN ALL BRANCHES'
Pumps,' Gas Engines, Steam Heating, Irrigating Plants, Rubberoid
Roofing, Fire Extinguishers, Kewanee Water Plants. Acetylene Gas
Plants, Lamps, Motors, Generators, Fans, Batteries, Electric Fixtures,
Heating Appliance Everything Electric Electric, Electric Installs-tions

- WOOD MAR BLOCK
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED

OCALA,

Washington cminarn

JV tk. A mJ Pfhtrmm St. Atlanta. Ca.

ladies. Boarding department strictly limited to insure refined home life. Classes divided into
dmall sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of eighteen specialists. Conservatory
advantage in Music. Art. Expression. Certificate admits to Vassar. Wellesley. Randolph Randolph-.Hacan,
.Hacan, Randolph-.Hacan, ate Thirty-fourth session begins September 14. 1911. Catalogue on application.
L. D. SCOTT. EMMA B. SCOTT. Principals.

K. C. SMITH.
C. V. ltOBF.lt IS.

THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always' on hand a full
line of Buggies, Carriages, Wagoni.
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
us when in neel .ve will limmite
your troubles.
KNIGHT & i AG,
OCALA FLORIDA

Will be Given Away
the Following Well
Firmsr
MRS. HARRY COLE
MRS. A. M. RICHIE
MISS RUBY KNIGHT
MISS MARY GATES
WOODROW
E. C. BENNETT
Phone 263
FLORIDA
Boardincr and Day School for Rirla and younir
II. S. GALLOWAY F". A. MOULTO
GALL' WAY & MOULIGN
I'LAXS AXD ESTIMATES FI RMSHED
P. O.'BOX 273 OCALA, FLA.

COHIORS

BUILDERS

If you want a
Hamp Chambers.
Merry Widow, see
"Mutt" and "Jeff" at the Tempi
Wednesday afternoon and evening.
C. 1L Fleecef femphi3 was at the
Ocala House Subway.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Po3toffice Drugstore.
B. J. Harrell of Morriston was at the
Ola-House Sunday.
"Mutt" and "Jeff" at the Temple
Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Alvls William.f Cincinnati was at
the Ocala House" Sunday.
5 or 6 doses S66 will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
A. C
Jones ofv-Mlanta
was at the
Ocala
House Sunday.-
Mr
. E. P. Renfej
yesterday.
ent up to Jackson-
'Hie
5 or 8 doses HUMP will cure any case
f Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
J. jb. Fleece of Wild wood was a guest
of he Ocala House Saturday night.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun fountain
tain fountain of the Court Pharmacy.
"Mutt" and "Jeff" at the Temple
Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Fotofflce Drugstore.
9? C. Mayo and wife of Reddick
'vret the Montezuma Sunday.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and Invigorating.
If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills' studio.
"Mutt" and "Jeff" at the Temple
Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Buttermilk, fresh every day
Po-tofnce Drugstore.
at the
Cna.s. B. Rawls of Zuber was at the
Oy la House Sunday.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.
J. M. AndrewsXof "Jacksonville was
at the Ocala HousVlast night.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at
I'ostofflce Drugstore.
the
Your kodak work can be finished In
two to three days if you leave it at'
Mills' studio.
William Hocker and children
leJjaday for Daytona Beach to spend
several weeks at that popular resort.
When you ; have anything to rrame
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.
Mtfss Alice Carlisle Is having a most
plasantvislt with friends near Blr-
am, Ala.
Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
Pharmacy.
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
studio.
Miss Edlfu Mcllvalne is teaching
srfhool In onejfJme pretty and pros
st ejpf&-Kjlli
pei
rous west
ages.
TV- can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
now.
V. F. MundW ft Tampa and B. F.
Ellington of ivverness were at the
Ocala House
If you smoKe you will De Interested
in the best line of cigars in the city
at the Court Pharmacy.
J W. Lanieri anjT A. L Bruton of
Gaintesville were it the Montezuma
yesterday.
7
Dr. J. H. WillXs St
'illXsyrff
daa gu
Lake Weir was
in town yesiera
est of the Mon
tezuma
W. T. Bodiford of Gainesville. Fla.,
and Meade Olivier of Magazine, Ark.,
were at ine ucaia-nouse iasi nigni.
FOR SALE One new 180-egg Bud
ley .incubator for sale cheap for cash.
Has been used once. P. O. Box 537,
Ocala.
George McGahagin has withdrawn
frmii the railroad business and Is
aaia.devoting himself to the manu
facture of soda water.
Norrls famous Atlanta candles.
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from the
factory at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. lee Cox of Albany, Ga., is here
to pay a visit to his mother, Mrs. TV
S. Pike. .He will be here for a week
or Ten days.
FOUND A gold cuffbutton, slightly
worn and engraved with letter F. The
owner can have same by calling at the
Star office.
-4
Mr. Fred Morgan. contractor and
builder, has almost finished a large
new bajrjv- for Mr. Leslie Home at his
stTrTnear York.
When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E.- L.. Maloney, at'Xbe Girard. No. 11
East Duval, Just off Main. Best 75c.
room In the city.
Men, our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how, we teach barber trade 'n
few weeks, free. Moler Barber College,
Atlanta.
Mrs. Julia McCredie and daughter,
Miss Janet, were amons
those who
weat on the excursion to Tampa last
werlr. They will be home tomorrow.
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
Mr. Frank Mathews of Titusville.
the musician and boat builder, is In the
cityon a visit to his parents. Mr. and
tf. Charles Mathews and his friends
ot the-bond. Frank was raised in or
near Ocala and everybody here Is his
friend.
J. I.. Holland. Zuber, R. D. Douglas.
York. A. C. Bailey. Green Cove SprlngjO
and J. B. Coon, Terrell, were at the i
Montezuma Saturday night. 1

cRisnno BIG CROWDS

The Air Dome broke its own records
Satur1iy nig t. The inclosure was
packed three time? overv and the pic picture
ture picture show was great. The auto races
were as plaiX as thereal thing could
be. and "II fTrVvatcre" could not have
shownup bettefoi? the stage. The en entertainment
tertainment entertainment wasgreatly added to by
one of LansorcKs superb grapho grapho-phones.
phones. grapho-phones. Tonight Jnere wills.be "How .Bella
was Won "The Wild Cat Well" and
other good subjects.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Office, 203.
Residence. 295
Henry Gordon, the Marlon county
road builder and repairer, is some wor worried.
ried. worried. Some days ago, Henry heard
that Policeman Grubbs was in the
courts for using his headache stiek on
a refractory prisoner with more vigor
than the prisoner approved of. Now.
Henry is p amiable man and a friend
to Grubbi, but all the same he has an
eye to jfusiness, and he thinks that
Grubbs Avould make a .good hand at
road vUbrka-'hf has been anxlously
expectikffiat vigilant officer to Join
his select party of highway architects.
But Grubbs. like all the rest of us, has
a constitutional aversion to hard labor,
and is not leaving anything undone to
retain himself in his present arduous
occupation. Just now, Mr. Gordon is
sad, Grubbs still wears his headache
stick, and road work progresses Just
little less rapidly than it would for
his assistance. Every time Gordon
comes to Ocala, he looks at Grubbs re
proachfully, but Grubbs says that is
more endurable than the hot sun.
Miss Clara Runkle Is paving a pleas
ant vacation among the mountains at
Waynjesville, N. C. Miss Runkle was
for sveral years stenographer for the
Cams in this city and is most kindly
mfembered bv the friends she made
I n teala For the past two years she
has" been stenographer for one of the
leading brokerage firms of Jacks Dn Dn-vllle.
vllle. Dn-vllle. DR. n. W. COUNTS' 1'HONES
Office, 427.
Residence, 349.
Messrs. E. E. Converse, E. A. Polly,
R. F. Polly and Charles Leltner, Mrs.
E. A. Polly, Miss Alice Polly and
Messrs. Claude and Kenneth Campbell
made a tfip to Lake Weir yesterday in
Messrs. Converse and Campbell's autos.
The day was delightful and the party-
spread a picnic lunch, at noon under
the cbol shade trees, and after dinner
enjqjed bat hlnjg and boating. In re re-tur4jjlfrTCampbell
tur4jjlfrTCampbell re-tur4jjlfrTCampbell had :flfme trou
ble with his car, and it was only by
dint of hard work that he managed to
make it work. The machine broke
down near town and had to be aband
oned, i
Tr. F. E. McClane of Ocala. Fla.,
spent a few hours last Friday in the
city and was a most pleasant caller at
the star office. lie and his wife are
visiting? their old home, Newton. The
doctor, we are pleased to stafee, jsr well
plead with his new home and he
seeins tobftprospering, whicfi will be
god9news to his many friends in
Dade.. Southern Star, Ozark, Ala.
"THE WHEELS THAT WHEEL
The Iver-Johnaon Bicycles.
The Ocala Blcyele Shop,
H. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.
.An auto party came through Ocala
yesterday in two cars, a Varren '30
and- a Penn- "SO," enroute from; Plant
City to Cincinnati. In the partyi'were
Mr, Renett Land, Jr.. Claude. B. Root
and wile, Harry II. Root and Josephine
Schneiper.' 'They were all dressed for
road Aravel. wearing khaki suits and
fronrC.thT5oksr of the cars they had
seen some trough going 'even in the
first short. leg of their trip. They left
after taking supper in Ocala for
Gainesville, where they spent the
night.
Theater
MOTION PICTURES
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
NIGHTLY.
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
THE CHICAGO STOCK YARDS FIRE
THE GUND
HIS DUMB WIFE
A MAN OF HONOR
ADMISSION 1 0 AND 5C.
Below we give a few comments by
several of our patrons: 7
"You have one of the cleanest, most
sanitary markets I've ever been In."
"Your meats are the finest I ever
5
ate.
"Your meats and service are the best
possible,"
You will make similar comments to
the above if you will but trjr us..
VV. P. ED WARTS
Phone 108 New City Market.
OGTALA,- FLORIDA.
G. J.MLLIPS
Contractor and
er
Plans ana" specifications ? Furnished
- Upon. Request
tj-eet
129 South Third S
j Oft 4.4
Fio
iUDA

Temple

THE

VERY BEST TET
JUST LOOK WHAT'S COMING
There wi a
reat $how at thS Tem Tem-ht.
ht. Tem-ht. The pictures were
pie Saturday r.I
fine, the vaudeville was fine and the
house was cool.
Tonight the Temple w11 hare a'
great feature film. Tne Chicago
Stockyard FirV" This film depicts one
of the most disastrousVnres in the his history
tory history of Chicago n winch over 500 peo people
ple people were renderad komeless and many
lost their lives. if the roaring, seeth seething
ing seething cauldron of mes, which resisted
the efforts of fhe fire department.
Next is "TherGrinV" a great comedy
full of life ajd moveVient. "His Dumb
Wife." a grat dramand "A Man of
Honor," a story of thenar west. This
program for tonight is rell worth a
dollar, but the price remans the same
five and ten cents.
On Wednesday afternoon aWd nfght
the Temple will have that great, com
x.
edy, "Mutt and Jeff Get Pauses ti the
Ball Game."
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
The Star has received the following
Invitation:
"Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mangum of
Dresden, Tejfn., have, the honor of an
nouncing tire marriaare of their daugh
ter. Marguffite. to Mr. Clarence Vernon
McDavid.on the evening of Wednes
day, Auafust 23rd.
Mr. XfcDarJJ ,'ui iur oldest son of Mr.
and MrsTH. G. McDavId of this city.
is a printer and a musician and was
with the Star office for several years
during his youth and early manhood.
and again after returning to Ocala
from service with the IT. S. army in
the Philippines. Mr. McDavid has
many friends in Oeala who will wish
him and his bride a long life of hap happiness.
piness. happiness. lu H. VAN ENGELKEN, M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postoffice Building, Room 4.
LEAGUE MEETING POSTPONED
On account of the absence from the
city of Rev. J. B. Ley, the Senior "Ett "Ett-worth
worth "Ett-worth League of the Methodist church
lias postponed its monthly business
and social meeting from August 8th
to August 15th.
BARBECUE AND PICNIC
AT GOINS SPRINGS
The people of the Shady Grove com community
munity community will have one of their pleas pleasant
ant pleasant picnics and bountiful barbecues at
Goin's Springs, Thui&day, August 24.
Everybody is Invited, and the Star as assures
sures assures everyone a pleasant time.
'
Don t send your pictures out of town
to have them enlarged. Take then to
Mills' studio. 4e can make them In
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
are right.
FOR RENT Orange grove on Lake
Weir one mile from Eastlake, on' the
A. C. L. Railroad. Address Mrs. H. G.
Spooner. 1811 K street N. W., Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C.
Mrs. W. A. Scott and daughters,
Missefs Frances, Helen and Sarah, havef
madf their home in the big two-sto
houe on North Magnolia street, be
twen the bottling works and Hhe
Florida House.
Mr. "Wilbur Cleveland, day clerR 5 at
the Ocjna House, will -leave sobn for
extenaejou-rrip inrougn some oi me
eastern states. He Will be. gone about
t3n days" or two weeTtsr
Dr. H. C. Dosler ha inoved hi office
tm the piecond floor off the Lanier Rob
ertson bulldlngr oppoatte Melver and
MacKay. Phone t Of flee, 41 Residence,
Mr4 Bauknight of Jacksonville
eamelown yesterday to pay a visit to
her feugjjters, Mrs. Edward Drake and
Miss Huby Bauknight.
WilbGalbralth and family came over
from niliston Saturday to visit Ocala
friennsXhey are going to make a
summer trip up in North Georgia.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane have re
turnea from their two weeks vacation
spen in Jacksonville, Pablo Beach and
at the!!' Tbrmer home in Alabama.
Df. Van Hood will be over from the
....... .
coasy tomorrow to visit his patients
unti Saturday. Dr. Hood has rented a
age at Seabreeze, and Mrs. Hood
anjn miss Marguerite I'orter win re-
probably for a month.
Mr. Louis Savarese made a flying
trip to Jacksonville yesterday, going
up on theSaaboard morning train and
returning xfn the Coast Line In the
evening.
"THE WHEELS THAT WHEEL"
The Iver-Jehnon Bicycle.
The Oeala Bicycle Shop,
H. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.
W. M. Otey of Charleston and S. J.
Tennant of New Orleans were Satur Saturday
day Saturday night guestsofhe Ocala House.
Mr. Otey is in theyfity in the interest
of the Carolina Ofment Company.
D.b. Kibler of Dunnellon was it the
OcaaHouse Saturday.
J. B. Coarsey and E. B. Hester, the
Tampa autoists who recently made the
run trim Tampa to Jacksonville in
their Mudson in fifteen hours, wre it
the Oeala House on their return trip
SatuaRavjaight. They ran from Jack Jack-sonvflteto
sonvflteto Jack-sonvflteto Gainesville in three and a
half hours, a good run considering the
roads. They left for Tampa early Sun
day morning.
Messrs. Albert Bragdon and Bart
Corley of Leesburg were Sunday guests
of the Montezuma. They came up
fromLeesburg with Elmore Davidson
and his son Zack in Mr. Davidson's
canmaking the trip in two and a half
houTwith several stops, visited
Ocala friends and returned to Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg in the afternoon.
Dr. E. G. Camp of Lake Weir, J. M.
Neel of Summerfleld, F. C. Hesler of
WlUfston, Frank White of Cedar Keys,
an.f C B. Hodges of High Springs,
were 'Saturday guests of the Monte Montezuma.
zuma. Montezuma.
A SAD SEA TALE
A meTmaid sat beside the sea;
Early she wept and late.
"Ah, me:' shegb. "Hard I've tried.
But I can'VeVupto date;
For thougbl smok. and though I flirt,
I cannot wear a harem skirt."
A. W. Cooke.
KODAK DEVELOPING DONE.
I will do any kind of kodak develop
lng 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.

Saving money is the test of reliability, and good
common sense. Be wise today. Start with that sum
you have in your pocket.
Malic OUR Bank YOUR DanZi

'JNO. L.
EDWARDS. Pres.
H D.
STOKES,
UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE
A Superior But Inexpensive Institu Institution
tion Institution for Florida Yoang Men
Four colleges, agricultural experi experiment
ment experiment 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.
THE tlEFFCOAT4
MERCHANT TAILOQS
IEF
"Yesterday afternoon Deputy Sheriff;
A. J. Brigance raided a colored pool
room and broke up an Interesting
game of 'skin." Ten negro men were!
earnestl engaged in the game and fie
lriunde up the entire bunch. This
mornig they were arraigned before
JudgeVlle'll, pitid- guilty and were flned
f5 each and costs. They all paid their
fine and were discharged.
A few days ago Deputy Sheriff Mox Mox-Iey
Iey Mox-Iey arrested a negro in Ocala who Is
wanted for breaking Into Mr. Brew Brewer's
er's Brewer's commissary at Romeo some time
sinee and stealing a lot of shoes and
other, goods therefrom. The negro at attempted
tempted attempted to pawn a pair of shoes to the
Ocali Pawn & Loan Company Satur Satur-daMt
daMt Satur-daMt The sheriffs office was. Inform Informed
ed Informed BFWfT!Iearrest was soon made. A
search of the man's lodgings revealed
half a dozen pairs of the stolen shoes.
The man will be given a hearing on
the 15th before Judge Bell.
STORE FOR REXT
Half of 'front More dowaM iilrs at the
Woodmar block, next to Theuw-Zaehery
Furniture houwc, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett,. with Oeala
Plumbing & Electric Company.
The finest line of stationery m boxes
of paper and envelopes and paper by
the pound that has ever been brought
to Ocala. Two grades of It at the Court
Pharmacy.
FOR SALE House and five acres of
land at Anthony, Fla. Mrs. 8. R. Har
well, 215 E. 7th street, Jacksonville,
Fla. 7-19-mw
Kindness is a Anguage that's under
stood throughoufhe Lniverse; pity we
don't utter if more, f
You Can Get
1 Can of Snnhennt Jan SSe
1 Bottle of Snnhennt Grnnejnlce. . .25e
1 Bottle Sunbeam Staffed Ollven...le
1 Paekagre Snnhennt Black Pepper. 10e
1 Pnekngre Snnhennt Tapioca
'-:jfc '.me
For" 65c.
AT CARN'S STORE

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CLARENCE
Cashier.
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CAMP. Vive Praa.
Florida State College for W
TALLAHASSEE
College of Arts and Sciences, Nor Normal
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Late oi MELROSE,
62 Fort
Annual Term 1011 and 1012
GEO. C. LOONEY, A.
MRS. G. C. LOONEY, M. A., Treasurer.

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 and 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 modo, sed fortiter in re" is the motto.
THE School is select in that it receives no bad pupilf if it can avoid
It; we solicit the patronage 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.
s
We do correct teaching, rapid and spirited teaching, most satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory teaching. Respectfully,

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Wednesday, August 16,
LIMIT: Returning, to reach original starting
point on or before SEPTEMBER 2, 1911
SclhisdloIls
LEAVE JACKSONVILLE 10:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
ARRIVE RICHMOND . : 5:32 a. m. ami 3:03 p. m.
ARRIVE WASHINGTON' 8:48 a. m. and 8::i5p. m.
ARRIVE NORFOLK 8:45 a. m. ami 5:50 p. m.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPERS, EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC
FANS. NEW PULLMAN BUILT COACHES WITH ELECTRIC LIGHTS
AND ELECTRIC FANS ON ALL TRAINS BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE
AND WASHINGTON.
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BL C. RATSOH, City TIeket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.. Assistant General Passenger Agent,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

milk

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will Open September 11, 1011.
M., PRESIDENT.
MISS LOIS ELLIS, Secretary.
MRS. LOONEY,
aid wise
FLORIDA.
STREET, WEST
the Country. Phone 240.
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ilnols September. Our crowd bad grne
down to the pond back of the school school-house,
house, school-house, and two of us were paddling
around on a raft made of sawmill
slabs. One of the two who always
had more daredeviltry than sense un
der his skull thatch was silly enough
to 'rock the boat,' and it went to
pieces. You couldn't swim, Iloward,
but if you hadn't forgotten that trifling
handicap and wallowed in to pull poor
Billy Mimms ashore I should have
been a murderer."
Lidgerwood shook his head.
"You think you have made your case,
but you haven't. What you say is true
enough. I wasn't afraid of drowning
didn't think much about it either way,
I guess. But what I say is true also.
There are many kinds of courage and
quite as many kinds of cowardice. I
am a coward of men."
"Oh, no, you're not; you only think
you are, protested the one who
thought he knew. But Lidgerwood
would not let that stand.
"I know I am.- near me through
and then judge for yourself. What I
am going to tell you I have never told
to any living man. but it is your right
to hear it. God, Stuart, you don't know
what fear means the degradation, the
hot and cold chills of self loathing, the
sickening misery of having your own
soul turn upon you to rend and tear
you like a rabid dog!"
"No, I don't know what It means,"
said the other man, moved more than
he cared to admit by the abject con
fession.
"Of course you don't. Nobody else
can know. I am paying the price here
and now. This is the fourth time I
have had to refuse a good offer that
carried with it the fighting chance."
The vice president's heavy eyebrows
slanted In questioning surprise.
"You knew in advance that you were
going to turn me down. Yet you came
a thousand miles to meet me here, and
you admit that you have gone the
length of looking the ground over."
Lidgerwood's smile was mirthless.
"A regular recurring phase of the
disease. It manifests itself in a de determination
termination determination to break away and do or
die in the effort to win a little self
respect."
The vice president was still a young
man, and he was confronting a prob
lem that annoyed him. He had been
calling himself, and not without rea
on, a fair judge of men. Yet here
was a man whom he had known In
timately from boyhood, who was but
Just now revealing a totally unsuspect
ed quality.
"How do you know you wouldn't
buck up when the real pinch comes?"
he demanded.
"Because the pinch came once, and
I didn't buck up... It was over a year
ago, and to this good day I can't think
calmly about It You will understand
when I say that it cost me the love of
the one woman in the world."
The vice president did understand.
Being a married lover himself, ha
could measure the depth of the abyss
Into which Lidgerwood was looking.
His voice was as sympathetic as a
woman's when he said: "Go ahead and
ease your mind; tell me about. If you
can, Howard. It's barely possible that
you are not the best Judge of your
own act."
"It was In the Montana mountains,1
said Lidgerwood. "I was going in to
do a bit of expert engineering for her
father. Incidentally I was escorting
her and her mother from the railroad
terminus to the summer camp In the
hills, where they were to Join a coach coaching
ing coaching party of their friends for the Yel
lowstone tour. We had to drive forty
miles in a stage, and there were six of
us, the two women and four men. On
the way the talk turned to stage rob
beries and holdups. With the chance
or the real thing as remote as a visit
from Mars, I could be an ass and a
braggart. One of the men, a salesman
for a powder company, gave me the
upe wherewith to hang myself. He
argued for nonresistance, and I re remember
member remember that I grew sarcastic over the
spectacle afforded by a grown man,
armed afid in possession of his five
senses, permitting himself to be robbed
without attempting to resist. You can
guess what followed."
"I'd rather hear you tell it," said the
listener at Superintendent Leckhard's
desk. "Go on."
"Three miles beyond the supper sta station
tion station we had our holdup, a couple of
Winchesters poking through the scrub
pines to represent the gang in hiding
and one lone, crippled desperado to
come down to the footlights In the
speaking part. You get the picture?"
"Yes: I've seen the original."
"Before anybody realized what was
happening the cripple had us lined up
In a row beside the stage, and I was
reaching for the stars quite. as anx anxiously
iously anxiously as the little salesman, who wa
swearing that the twenty dollar bill in
his right hand pocket was his entire
fortune."
"Naturally." Ford commented. "You
needn't rawhide yourself for that.
You've been west often enough and
long enough at a time to know the
rules of the game not to be frivolous
when the other fellow has the drop
on you."
"Wait," said Lidgerwood. "One min minute
ute minute later the cripple had sized us up
for what we were. The other three
men were not armed. I was, and Mis9
El the young woman knew. it. Also
the cripple knew it. He tapped the
gun bulging In my pocket and said, in
good natured contempt. 'Watch out
that thing don't go off and hurt yon
some time when you ain't lookin.
stranger. Ford, I think I must have
been hypnotized. I stood there like a
frozen Image, and let that crippled
cow rustler rob those two women
take the rings from their fingers!"
"Oh. hold on; there's another side to
all that, and yon know it," the vice
president began, but Lidgerwood
would not listen.
"Xo." he protested; "don't try to find
excuses for me. There were none. The
fellow gave me every chance, turned
his back on me as an absolutely ne;H. ne;H.-eible
eible ne;H.-eible factor while be was going

rarxragn trie others, to iare my som

from everlasting torments I couldn't
go through the simple motions of puli
ng the pistol from my pocket and
dropping that fellow In his tracks;
couldn't and didn't."
"Why, of course you couldn't after
it had got that far along," asserted
Ford. "I doubt if any one could. That
ittle remark about the gun in your
pocket did you up."
"But the fact remained," said Lid
gerwood. sparing himself not at all. "I
was weighed and found wanting; that
is the only point worth considering.
"Well." queried Ford when the salf
condemned culprit turned again to the
dusk darkened window, "what came of
it?"
"That which was due to come. I
was told many times and in many dif
ferent ways what the one woman
thought of me. For the few days
during which she and her mother wait-
"I'LIi GO IT YOU INSIST UPON IT."
ed at her father's mine foe the coming
of the Yellowstone party she used me
for a doormat, as I deserved. That
was a year ago last spring. I haven't
seen her since; haven't tried to."
"Howard," said the vice president,
"you haven't exaggerated the conditions
on the Red Butte line an atom. As
you say, the operating force Is as god godless
less godless a lot of outlaws as ever ran trains
or ditched them. They all know that
the road has been bought and sold
and that pretty sweeping changes are
Impending. They are looking for trou
ble and are quite ready to help make
it. If you could discharge them in a
body you couldn't replace them, the
Red desert having nothing to offer as
a dwelling place for civilised men, and
this they know too. Howard, I'm tell telling
ing telling you right now that it will require
a higher brand of courage to go over
to Angels and manhandle the Red
Butte Western as a division of the
P. S. W. than it would to face a dozen
highwaymen if every individual one
of the dozen had the drop on you!"
Lidgerwoed left his chair and began
to pace the narrow limits of the pri private
vate private office, five steps and a turn.
"You mean that you are still giving
me the chance to make good over yon
der in the Red desert after what I
have told you?"
"I do, only I'll make it more bind
ing. It was optional with you before;
it's a sheer necessity now. You've got
to go."
In the end Lidgerwood yielded, as
the vice president's subjects common commonly
ly commonly did.
"I'll go If you still insist upon it,'
was the slowly spoken decision
"There will doubtless be plenty of
trouble, and I shall probably show the
yellow streak for the last time, per
haps. It's the kind of an outfit to kill
a coward for the pure pleasure of it,
if I'm not mistaken,"
A busy hour had elapsed when the
vice president concluded his outline
sketch of the Red Butte Western con
ditions.
"Of course you know that you will
have a free hand. We have already
cleared the decks for you. As an in
dependent road the Red Butte line
had the usual executive organization
in miniature. Operating the line as a
branch of the P. S. W. system, we can
simplify the organization at Angels.
We have consolidated the auditing
and traffic departments with our Colo
rado lines headquarters at Denver.
This will leave you with only the oper
ating, telegraph, train service and en
gineering departments to handle from
Angels. With one exception, your au
thority will be absolute; you will hire
and discharge as you see fit, and there
will be no appeal from your decision.
"That applies to my own depart departmentsthe
mentsthe departmentsthe operating, telegraph, train
service and engineering. But how
about the motive power?' asked the
new Incumbent.
"There lies the exception, and I wish
it didn't. Grldley, the master me
chanic, will be nominally under your
orders, of course, but if it should
come to" blows between you you
couldn't fire him. In the regular rou
tine he will report to the Colorado
lines superintendent of motive power
at Denver. But in a quarrel with you
lie could make a still longer arm and
reach the P. S. W. board of directors
in Xew York."
"now is that?" inquired Lidger Lidgerwood.
wood. Lidgerwood. "It's a family affair. He is a wid widower,
ower, widower, and his wife was a sister of the
V.-m Kensingtons. He got his job
through the family influence, and he'll
hold it in the same wav. But vou are
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. L.
l ocated at tne Joae Hoapital on Soatn
First Street. AA'eat
OCALA, FLORIDA.
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$17.00 WASHINGTON, I. C.
$22.00 CHICAGO, ILL.
$19.00 ST. LOUIS, MO.
$21 .OO DETROIT, MICH.
Final
$17.00 LOUISVILLE, KY.
$17.00 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Tickets on sale August 16th-

FAST TRAINS STEEL IUILMANS DINING CARS

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32nd Annual

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Returning, September 2nd, 1911

EXCURSION RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE. FLA.:

TO DISTRICT'OF COLUMBIA
Washington $17.00
GEORGIA
Flovilla (for Indian Springs) . $9.00
Warm Springs . 9.00
ILLINOIS
Chicago 22.00
KENTUCKY
Louisville -. 17.00
Mammoth Cave 17.95
MICHIGAN
Detroit 21.00
MISSOURI
St. Louis 19.00
NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville .' 13.00
Beaufort 15.70
Brevard 13.30
Flat Rock 12.20
Hendersonville 12.30
Hot Springs 14.2A
Lake Toxaway 14.30
Lenoir ...... 13.25
Lincolnton. . 13.00
Marion 13.00
Morehead City 15.50
Rutberfordton. 13.00
Saluda 12.10
Try on 12.10
Shelby 13.00
Waynesville 14.25

UNEXCELLED SERVICE. THROUGH COACHES AND PULLMAN SLEEPING
CAJtS.-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, FIE:
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'burs, S. C. 3:45 am 10:25 am
Ar Tryon. N. C 4:50 am 11:50 am
Above schedule is information and not
Sleeping Cars now open. Reservations
detailed information will be cheerfully
we will endeavor to meet them.

CITY TICKET OFFICE, 10 AV. HAY ST, JACKSONVILLE. TELEPHONE 743.
J. II. i;i:TllV, City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
A. II. ACKEK, Traveline PnNMenger Asent.
i. i:. PETTIT, IMMtriet PaMMenger Agent.
E. !I. i olM, Ai.e Prealdent and General Manager.
S. II. IIAKDAVICK, PaitMnger Traffle Mannjger.
JOHN' L. MEEK, Aaalatant General I'aKragrr Agent.
II. I ( AHV, General Paenger Aeent.

not uReiy to nave any trou me witn
him. lie Is a brute in his own pecul peculiar
iar peculiar fashion, but when it comes to
handling shopmen and keeping the
engines in service he can't be beat."
"That is all I shall ask of him,"
said the new superintendent. "Any "Anything
thing "Anything else?" looking at his watch.
"Yes; one other thing. Rankin Hal Hal-lock,
lock, Hal-lock, the man you will find holding
down the headquarters office at An Angels,
gels, Angels, was Cumberley's chief clerk, and
long before Cumberley resigned he
was the real superintendent of the
Red Butte Western in everything but
the title and the place on the payroll.
Natnrally he thought he ought to be
considered when we climbed into the
saddle, and he had already written to
President Brewster asking for the
promotion in fact. He happens to be
a New Yorker, like Gridley, and again
like Gridley, he has a friend at court.
I had to turn him down. I am telling
you this so you'll be easy with him
as easy as you can. I don't know him
personally, but if you can keep him
on"
"I shall be only too glad to keep him
if he knows his business and will
stay," was Lidgerwood's reply. Then,
with another glance at his watch:
"Shall we go uptown and get dinner?
Afterward you can give me your no notion
tion notion In the large about the future ex extension
tension extension of the road across the second
Timanyoni, and I'll order out the 'serv 'service
ice 'service car and an engine and go to my
place. A -man can die but once, and
maybe I shall contrive to live long
enough to set a few stakes for some
better fellow to drive. Let's go.
At 10 o'clock that night engine 2G3,
Williams engineer and Blackmar fire fireman,
man, fireman, was chalked up on the Red Butte
Western roundhouse bulletin board to
go west at midnight with the new su superintendent's
perintendent's superintendent's service car, running as
a speblal train.
When he heard the new superin superintendent's
tendent's superintendent's name Williams rose up to
his full height of six feet two, flung
his hands upward with a gesture that
was more expressive than many oaths
and said "Collars and Cuffs r
(Contmued Tomorrow

$15.50 RICHMOND, VA.
$15.50 NORFOLK, VA. f
$15.05 MONTEAGLE, TENNv
$12.00 WILMINGTON, N. C.
$13.80 CHATTANOOGA. TENN.
$15.20 TULLAHOMA, TENN.
Limit September 2nd.

Agent or write
f. G. KIRKLAND,
D. P. A.t Tampa, Fla.
AUGUST 16, 1011
Regular and Special
Original Starting Point
OHIO
Cincinnati : .. 17.00
SOUTH CAROLINA
Abbeville 11.00
Anderson 11.40
Cross Hill 12.00
Glenn Springs :.. 12.10
Greenville.. 12.10
Laurens 11.00
Spartanburg i ...... 12.10
Walhalla .. 12.25
Waterloo 12.00
White Stone Springs.... 12.10
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga 13.80
Montea-gle. 15.05
Sev;aneer 14.95
Tate Station (for Tate Springs).. 15.50
Tuliahoma ... 15.20
VIRGINIA
Hot Springs..' ... .... 18.50
Luray .. 18.50
Natural Bridge 16.25
Norfolk 15.50
Richmond ..... 15.50
Roanoke.... -. 16.25
WEST VIRGINIA
White Sulphur. .
18.50
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
No. 13
. 8:05 pro
. 8:35 pm
.10:15 am
Lv Jacksonville, Fla.. ..
Lv Brunswick, Ga
Ar Chattanooga, Tenn..
Ar Cincinnati, O.. ...
Ar Louisville. Ky.
Ar Chicago, 111.. .. .. ..
Ar St. Louis, Mo.. ..
Ar Detroit, Mich (P. M. )
Ar Detroit, Mich. -(M. C.)
. 8:35
. 8:55
pm
pm
7:45 am
7:31 am
6:45 am
7:10 am
guaranteed. Diagrams for Pullman
should be made promptly. Further
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1
I NOTICE of RAISE in ASSESSMENT
Notice is hereby given that the fol following'
lowing' following' properties were raised from
the amounts as assessed by the tax as assessor
sessor assessor to the amount as stated in this
notice. The board will hear complaints,
if any, at its next regular meeting pn
Tuesday, August 8th, 1911.
Assessment to Irvine Crate ana Bas Basket
ket Basket Company on personal property rais raised
ed raised from 17300 to 19000.
Assessment to O'lTara & Russell on
lots 3 4 5 and 7 sec 24 tp 12 s r 22 340
acres, raised from $170 to $340.
Assessment to Robert L. Steel on
of lot 2 sec 24 tp 12 r 22 35 acres,
raised from $50 to $80.
Assessment to Christian Ax on ne4
and e of se sec 25 tp 12 r 22 con containing
taining containing 2 40 acres, raised from $240 to
$480.
Assessment to Christian Ax on n of
ne4 ansj swU and sw4 of nw4 sec
1 tp 13 r 22 containing 280 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $280 to $560.
Assessment to O. B. Brown on e of
neU and eli of nw'4 of ne4 sec 2 tp
13 r 2f e 100 acres, raised from $180 to
$250.,
Assessment tb A- A. Mathews on e
of se sec 21 15 22 80 acres, raised from
1300 to $600.
Assessment to A. A. Mathews on sw4
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
sw4 of nwi sec 22 tp 15 r 22, 40 acres,
raised from $80 to $160.
Assessment to Florida Lime Co. on
n1. of nei and ne4 of nw sec 22
tp 15 r 22, 120 acres, raised from $250
to $480.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on si of seVi sec 10 15 22, 80 acres,
raised from $160 to $400.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on of nei and n of se of
swi4 sec 11 tp 15 r 22, 240 acres, rais raised
ed raised from $500 to S1000.
Assessment to Ocala Manufacturing
Co. on elz and eH of sw4, 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 & Cocowltch,
on lots 526. 527 and 528, Dunnellon,
sec 35, tp 16, r 18 e, raised from $400
to $2000.
Assessment to KIbler Bros, on lots

Mountain

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211 32 and 3C3, Dunnellon, mc ti. tp
IS ayr It e, raised from 13 to S3?.
- Assessment to IlatU Q. Xlorrvw m
lot 557, Dunnellon. sec SS. tp It. r It.
raised from f to lit.
Assessment to Christian OamtU,

on lots Sit and $519. Dannellon. aoe 35,
tp it. r It. raised from fltet to
Assessment to CL E. Hollingswort
on lot 359, Dunnellon. sec 3S-lft-lt,
raised from tllSt to $15tt,
Assessment to B. Neff on lot 333.
Dunnellon, "sec 35-lf-lt. raised from
$900 to $100. ; --
Assessment to S. Feinberg on lot
1243. Dunnellon. section 351 t-lt, raised
from $600 to $1000.
Assessment to Petteway Queas on
lots 42 and 44. Dunnellon. see 35-lt-lt,
raised from $700 to $300.
" Assessment to Bank of Dunnellon om
C5 ft n and s on a end of lot 131t. Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. sec 35-lt-lt. raised from fttt
to $1000.
Assessment to Mrs. A, A. Leltner on
lot 1314. Dunnellon. sec 35-lt-lt. raised
from $200 to $500.
Assessment to S. Q.: Myers on lot
1312. Uunnellon. sec 35-lt-lt, raised
from $260 tb $500.
Assessment to A. J. Par ham on lots
1306. 1307. 1303. 1309 1310. 1311. Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, sec 35-lt-lt. raised from -$IM
to $1000. ..
Assessment to Mrs. A. A. Leltner. on
lots 1409. 1410. 1411 and 1413. Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. sec 35-lt-lt. raised from $250
to $1000.
Assessment to E. P. Smith on lots It,
40. Dunnellon. sec 35-lt-lt, raised from
$200 to 1000.
Assessment to W. H. Mills on lot 41.
Dunnellon. sec 35-lt-lt. raised from
$200 to $1000.
Assessment to Marlon Phos. Co. on
sefe of nwU and wH of nwU and sw
Vi and nH of e and se of aeK aoe
29-16-18, containing 400 acres, raised
from $1000 to $1200. -.
Assessment to Dunnellon Phos. Co.
on s of n and aw and n of
seV4 and sett of sett, see ll-lt-lt, con containing
taining containing 480 acres, raised from $540 to
$1400.
Assessment to Marion Phos. Co. on
s! of nett and sett and ett of w
and swtt of nwtt and nwi of sw4,
sec 30-16-18. containing 480 acres,
raised from $100 to $1200.
W. J. Crosby.
Chairman Board of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County. Florida.
S. T. Sis trunk. Clerk.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP AP-PI1Y
PI1Y AP-PI1Y FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice Is hereby given, that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned intend to apply to the gov- -ernor
of the state of Florida on the
30th day of August. 1911. for letters
patent incorporating the "PUNCTURE "PUNCTURE-LE.SS
LE.SS "PUNCTURE-LE.SS TIRE COMPANY OF FLORIDA"
under the laws of the state of Florida,
with and under the following proposed
charter, the original of which la now
on file in the office of the secretary of
state. Nathan Mayo.
AV. A: Knight.
" -.. I E. Lang..
AKTICLKS OF INCORPORATION AXD
PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE
FIJXtTI RELESS TIRB COM COMPANY
PANY COMPANY OF FLORIDA
The undersigned intending and pro proposing
posing proposing to organire a corporation under
the laws of Florida relating to cor corporations
porations corporations for profit, associate them
selves togetner ror tne purpose or or-
auizuig much curpurnuuo, unuer nil
following articles of incorporation and
proposed charter:
l :, -.
The name of the corporation shall be
"PUNCTURELESS TIRE COMPANY
OF FLORIDA," and Its principal place
of business shall be at Ocala, Florida, -with
branch offices at such other
points in the state of Florida as the
board of directors shall provide.
II.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted is. to deal generally
in automobile tires, wheels and parts.
The company shall have the right to
establish a garage or automobile re repair
pair repair shop, and have the right to act as
agent for the selling of automobiles,
tires and parts, and may have sub sub-agencies
agencies sub-agencies for the carrying on of Its
business. Also the company shall have
the right to deal In automobiles, motor
power vehicles and .engines, and shall
have the right to own such property
as may be necessary for the carrying
on of its business; and shall carry on
all such other business as is incident
to the purpose of this charter, and not
inconsistent with the laws of tbe state
of Florida.
III.
The amount of capital stock author authorized
ized authorized is Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars,
which shall be divided into One Hun Hundred
dred Hundred (100) shares of the par value of
One Hundred ($100) Dollars each,
which shall be paid in in cash or by
a conveyance to the company of prop property,
erty, property, the just and true valuation of
which shall not be for less than the
9 mntint n t ctnnlr at (ccn a1 In vMAk
therefor.
IV.
This corporation shall exist' for a
term of ninety-nine (99) years.
r.
The business of the company shall
be conducted by a president, a vice
president, a secretary and treasurer
and a board of not less than three (3)
directors; the offices of secretary and
treasurer may be held by the same
person. The business of tbe company
will be conducted by Nathan Mayo,
resiaeni: l. t. Lang, vice president;
.V. A. Knight; secretary and treasurer,
and Nathan Mayo. L. E. Lang and W.
A. Knight, as directors, until those
elected at the first 'annual election
shall be qualified. These officers shall
be elected at an annual meeting of the
stockholders and directors to be held
on the first Tuesday in September of
each year.
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The highest amount .of Indebted Indebtedness
ness Indebtedness or liability to which this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall at any time subject Itself,
shall be Fifteen Thousand ($15,000)
Dollars.
The names and residences of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and the amount subscribed by
each, are as follows:
Nathan Mayo, Summerfleld. Florida.
8 1-3 shares.
L. E. Lang, Ocala. Florida, 8 1-2
W. A. Knight. Ocala, Florida. 1-8
Witness the hands and seals of the
incorporators, this the 24th day of
July. A. D. 1911.
Nathan Mayo (Seal).
W. A. Knight (Seal).
L. E. Lang (Seal).
State of Florida, t 1
County of Marlon.
Personally appeared before me. the
undersigned authority, Nathan Mayo,
L. E. Lang and W. A. Knight, to me
well known to be the individuals de described
scribed described in and who executed the fore foregoing
going foregoing articles of incorporation and
proposed charter, and who acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged each for himself, that he execut executed
ed executed the same for the uses and purposes
therein expressed and set forth.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala. Florida, this the 29th day of
July. A. D 191L H. M. Hampton.
Notary Public for the State of Florida
at Large,
My commission expires the 81st day
of August. 1911.
Seal Notary Public.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALB
Notice is hereby given that on j, the
8th dar of August. A. D. 1911, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned as administratrix, will offer for 1
to the highest and best bidder for sh
the personal property 01 me -McKinneF.
Annie Jf. McKinney.
Administratrix.
Candler, Fla.. July It. 1911.
REST AND HEAITII
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