The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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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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NINO
WHEX YOU THINK OF FURXITURE
You Very Naturally Think of
No Matter What Ton 12j X7ct
in Furniture or Home .FBnrishiacga,
We nave It, mmd Can Cave Ton :
Money if Yoa Get it from Us.
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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1911.
NO. 70.
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.This disorder is due to a torpid liver
involving the stomach and bowels.
To correct the trouble take
RED 3
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
When the complexion is sallow and
yon have spells of vertigo (blind stag staggers)
gers) staggers) on stooping or rising suddenly
and your bowels are irregular, with
much flatulence (wind in the bowels)
you are badly in need of Simmons
Liver Regulator. The liver is the
cause of all the trouble and when the
liver is at fault, there is nothing more more-effective.
effective. more-effective. Simmons Liver Regulator
quickly restores sound, healthy con conditions
ditions conditions in the liver, stomach and
bowels; sweetens the breath, helps
digestion and brings back the ruddy
hue of health to the complexion.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00.
Ak for the genuine with the Bad Z on the label.
II yon caonet get it. remit to m. we will lend it by
mail, postpaid. Simmotii Liver Begalator alio pnt
p in liquid form lor those who preterit. Irire, fl.OO
per bottle. Look for the Bed 2 label.
J. H. ZBUM I CO, Preps, St tails. Mo.
FULLER & AYER
DENTAIi SURGEONS
Office over Munroe & Cham bliss R'k.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH.
J. E. GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder RIock,
OCALA
FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Rank
OCALA FLORIDA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5
p. in. Phone 211.
TERMS, CASH.
F E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
tieneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly 3ight 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
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col
lege of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Located at the Jones Hospital on South
Flrtit Street. Weat
OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promptly Answered.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
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Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
AH Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
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G. J. PHILLIPS
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Plans and Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIDA
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
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Ocala, Fla.

II

la Impure Food livery Day Dr.
Wiley' KffortM to Curl, the Evil
Hampered by Member of I be
Cabinet
Washington. August 21. The Taft
administration will not dare to carry
out the plot to drive Dr. Harvey Wiley
from the government service. This
was the thought that suggested itself
time and again to the minds of the
men and women who crowded the
Moss investigating committee rooms
and heard Dr. Wiley lay bare the
story of the systematic fight which
has been waged against him because
he insisted the food manufacturers
keep their products pure.
At times, as? Dr. Wiley told of the
fierce persecution he had endured, his
voice almost broke, and he could pro--eee4
onlj' with difficulty.1".?" times,
also, the committee members, utterly
dumbfounded by the doctor's state statements,
ments, statements, were at a loss as to what
questions to ask him next.
Not only was it shown that Dr. Wi
ley's efforts to serve the public and
protect it from injurious and poison poisonous
ous poisonous substances in food preparations
had been absolutely blocked by the
conspirators in the administration
headed by Secretary Wilson and his
controlling influence. Solicitor McCabe,
but that the latest effort to force Dr.
Wiley out of office was based upon a
letter which he never received and
knew nothing of.
Many Revelation
While the whole hearing was a suc
cession or revelations that left the
committee and spectators thunder
struck, the most astonishing testi testimony
mony testimony came when Dr. Wiley told of his
efforts to prevent the use of alum,
and again when he recited the story
of how three cabinet members, Cortel-
you. Straus and Wilson, to please the
80,000,000 Corn Products Company,
abrogated the application of the pure
food law to a product of that con
cern.
S peel He Case
"Alum, used in foods." said Dr. Wi
ley, "especially in making powder, is
responsible for the large amount of
constipation that is prevalent through
out the country. I considered its use
a serious danger to public health, and
wanted it stopped pending an investi investigation.
gation. investigation. But the other two members
of the reviewing board overruled me.
as they invariably did. and the use of
alum is still permitted.
"Another case involved the use of
sulphur dioxide. Dunlay and McCabe
recommended that we discontinue the
rule requiring the present of this drug
be indicated on the label. As the rule
had been adopted after a most ex exhaustive
haustive exhaustive investigation I was convinced
that to do away with it would be a
grave mistake. Bunlay and McCabe
revoked the rule, however, during my
absence, and when I returned I wrote
a letter to secretary w uson, asKing
for a hearing. But Secretary Wilson
did not even reply to my letter."
DARWIN DOWN-TO-DATE
n Authentic Imagination of the Orig Origin
in Origin of Man Reprinted from a Mag
azine of Twenty Yearn Aro
It was a lovely summer morning, in
the year 9001 before Christ. The woods
of Senegrarubia were clothed in their
fairest costume, the lovely birds were
chirping and singing their morning
lays; the sky was one vast shoet of
blue; everything, in short, was full of
sweetness and light, except the lovely
Lady Adeliza de Chimpanzee. She was
In the dumps. Moodily she rubbed her
shoulders against a huge palm tree,
and while performing this act heaved
a vast sigh. Just at that moment her
mother dropped from the tree above
her.
"My daughter," said the Duchess de
Chimpanzee, "why that sigh?"
"Ah, mama, look at me!" said Lady
Adeliza. "Se how different I am from
the rest of our tribe. See how white I
am becoming."
"My daughter," said the Duchess,
languidly, as she seated herself on a
convenient boulder, "you should be
proud of the difference. It Is a dis
tinction. We are a higher race."
'I don't know, mama. See what
caudal appendages we have. All the
other folks can hang from the trees
by their tails, but we are compelled
to sit on the limbs."
'We are advancing, my dear. You
are whiter than I am. iou can talk
in your youth; I could not until mid
dle age. Your grandmother, as you
know, can only grunt. You are moving
to a higher sphere."
"Well. mama, none of our folks will
marry me, saia iaay .ueuza, pout
ing.
"No, my child; it has been decreed
that there should be a selection of the
fittest In marriage. We have offered
you to the Prince d'Orang-Outang, who
is even whiter than you are, as his
wife.
Oh, mama!" hushed the Lady Ade
liza, "that's splendid. Will he ..come
soon?"
"Restrain yourself. People of high
blood and short caudal appendages
never get excited. He will bajhere in
a short time.
Lady Adeliza went away to loolt for
coeoanuts. and the Duchess sat on a
rock and reflectively scratched her
head.
The Prince was wandering through
the woods of Senegambia gaily sing singing,
ing, singing, "I would be a butterfly.
Born in a bower,"
when his eyes fell upon a lovelj' chim chimpanzee
panzee chimpanzee sitting in a shallow brook suck sucking
ing sucking a cocoanut. She was the loveliest
creature he had ever seen. His heart
was touched at once. He raised his
eyeglass and stared at her until her
eyes fell in modest confusion.
"Fair chimpanzee," said he, "wilt
not-not-aw-tell me your aw-name?"
"Adeliza," whispered she.
The Duchess de Chimpanzee, who
had witnessed the meeting from be behind
hind behind a clump of bushes, chuckled, and
slid off on her left ear.
"Adeliza," sighed the Prince, "thou
art aw-beautiful. Wilt thou-aw-marry
me?"
The Lady Adeliza threw the re remains
mains remains of her cocoanut at the head of

a chimpanzee who was loafing in a
neighboring tree, fell into the arms of
the Prince and gently murmured, "I
am thine."
They were married in great splen splendor.
dor. splendor. The Right Rev. Bishop Baboon,
assisted by Rev. Simiader Ape. per performed
formed performed the ceremony. The brides bridesmaids
maids bridesmaids wore their natural clothes. The
choir sung the lovely anthem, "Mon "Monkey
key "Monkey Married the Baboon's Sister." Lady
Adeliza and her parents rubbed noses,
and then the bride started on her tour
on an elephant vith one trunk.
The seasons changed, summer lapsed
into autumn, autumn into winter, win winter
ter winter into spring. Then there was a
grc-at rejoicing, for the Lady Adeliza
gave the prince an heir. The child
however was an anomaly in that re region.
gion. region. It hal no tail; it had flat feet;
it had a white skin; it had no hair on
its bod All the wise men examined
it. It was nor an orang-outang; it
was not a chimpanzee; evidently it
was a new species. Then a family
conclaye was called. "What shall we
call it? asked everybody. The Duchess
de Chimpanzee, who was languidly
making mud pies, said:
"Let us cali it MAN!"
Harper's Magazine.

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PARCELS DELIVERY POST
I have decided to open a parcel de delivery
livery delivery service in connection with my
bicycle business and will deliver pack packages
ages packages or. messages to any part of the
city for ten cents. Call 'phone 428.
Ocala Parcel Delivery
Chambers, proprietor.
Station, IT. S.
READ THIS
If you are troubled with any kid kidney,
ney, kidney, bladder or rheumatic trouble, you
will find sixty days' treatment in a
dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder,
and seldom one bottle fails to cure.
Send for testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall,
2126 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold
by all druggists.
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. Best 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 double
ble double the money at the price, $16,000,
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
tne marKet. l nave tne sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A.KRAMER
Montezuma Itlock, Oeala, Fla.
REDDICK
Keddick, August 1!.; The farmers
are saving some nice hay these sum summer
mer summer days.
Mrs. Lambert and daughter Claro Claro-nell
nell Claro-nell have returned from Columbia, S.
C.
Miss Etta P.illinqrsley has gone to
Williston to visit friends.
Miss Bessie Croniartie has returned
to Gainesville after visiting her
brother, D. S. Cromartie.
Messrs. Fridy, Rou and Dupree have
returned from Baltimore and report
having a very pleasant time in that
city, but a very unpleasant one on the
voyage.
Mrs. Mayfield and son Dell are visit visiting
ing visiting relatives here.
We are having some fine weather
for hay now, and hope it will continue
for several days.
SEEMED TO filVE
. II I M A F.W STOMACH
"I suffered intensely after eating,
and no medie:njt-atment I tried
seemed to danv good,"xwrites II. M.
Youngpetrfs. editor of the Sun. Lake
View. f)io. "The first fev doses of
Cham'irlain's stomach and Liver
Table gave me sujpprsing relief, and
the end bottle sfemed to give me a
new srNmph h.l perfectly good
health." For sale by all dealers.
QUICK AXI COXVKXIEXT
If you want a carriage or dray
any time between 6 a. m. and 8 p. m.,
call 'phone 428. I will be glad to serve
you. Oeala Tarcel Delivery Station,
II. S. Chambers, Proprietor.
Bites of poisonous Insects that cause
the flesh to j?well up must be treated
with a healing antiseptic that will
counteract te jpoison and heal the
wound. BALLABD'S SNOW LINIMENT
answers every requirement in such
cases. Price 50e and $1 per bot
tle. Sold b; all druggists.

iwiii's mi

To Settle the lotted Kingdom Great
Railway Strike Seem Not to Have
Been Lost
London. August 20. -A tremendous
wave of relief swept over England last
nisht when the announcement was
made that the railway strike had been
settled and that the me'n would return,
to work immeditely.
Telegrams were dispatched quickly
to all important railroad towns bear bearing
ing bearing the information and crossed in
transit messages to London describing
strike riots in Llanelly and smaller
towns in the kingdom.
The cabinet had been working night
and day since the strike was threat threatened
ened threatened to arrange "a compromise be between
tween between the railway managers and their
employes. Most of th credit or the
ultimate success of their efforts ap appears
pears appears to rest upon the shoulders of
David Lloyd-George, chancellor of the
exchequer, who in his statements to
Parliament and in "fnterviews with the
managers and the men worked for
conciliation when others of the inter interested
ested interested parties seemed to have given it
up.
Men Claim They Have Won
A joint committee composed of two
representatives of the railway com companies,
panies, companies, two of the men and a non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan chairman, will be appointed
Tuesday to irtvestigate the workings
of the conciliation act of 1907, which
the men claim is the root of all their
grievances. This device overcomes
the men's objections to a royal com commission
mission commission which they contend always
has been, in practice, a synonym for
delay.
So far as technical advantage in
the compromise goes, it appears to be
in the men's favor, particularly as the
managers consent to meet their rep representatives.
resentatives. representatives. The official statement
concerning the agreement says the
managers consented to this scheme in
view of certain representations made
to them by the government, including
a promise of legislation to permit of
an increase in railway rates. The
men claim victory for unionism on the
point of recognition of unions, which
was one of the most vital principles
at stake. Messages were sent to 1, 1,-800
800 1,-800 branches of the labor unions last
night, saying:
"The joint committee has settled
the strike. It is a victory for trades
unionism. All men must return to
work immediately."
As a result of the settlement the
soldiers who had been scattered at
strategical railway points about the
country will Vie withdrawn at once.
ItlootKheri IIbm Influence
There is no doubt that Saturday's
affray at Llanelly, Wales, where the
troopers fired into a mob, killing two
men and wounding two others, had
much influence in ending the strike.
The liberal government had almost
its existence at stake because of the
strike, as it depends on the working
classes for its power. .The shooting
of citizens by soldiers occurs less of often
ten often in the United Kingdom than in
any other European country and is
particularly repugnant to all classes.
ILL LUCK IX OPALS
Positive Evidence to that Effect Ob Obtained
tained Obtained by a LonR Iwlanil Lady on a
Ilecent Vlit to ew York
Whether opals are unlucky or are
not is an open question. A buxom lady
stoutly contends that they are, says
a writer in the Gentle Woman.
A few years ago while spending the
summer at a Long Island resort- she
had come into town to do a little shop shopping.
ping. shopping. By chance she met several
friends. After imbibing some tea and
eating a toasted muffin, the lady
glanced at the clock and discovered.
to her consternation that she had
barely time left to catch her train. She
then gave a correct imitation of a hen
with its head cut off. Her hands were
moist with perspiration and the gloves
positively refused to go on. In try trying
ing trying to appeal to them in a forcible
manner she dropped one on the fipor,
and when she stooped to recover it
FULL SAMPLES AND STYLE
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Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes
JERRY BURN
THE TAILOK
Vet Fort Kins Ave. Phone 73
THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH"
is the soda fountain m 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, tou will find it ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satisrying, cooling. Try It
once then you will recommeDd It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THE COUKT PHARMACY
Phone 284

struck one of her rings against the
foot of the table, knocking from its
setting a much-prized opaL
It was the buxom lady who event eventually
ually eventually came to the surface triumph triumphant
ant triumphant though very red in the face and
placed the truant opal safely in her
bag.
When the ladies reached the street
there was not a moment to spare; a
car was in the very act of starting.
The buxom lady did manage- to get on
board, however, after a series of
pushes and grabs which did not tend
to quiet what you might call her tea tea-strained
strained tea-strained nerves. When the car started
she bumped into a seat without know knowing
ing knowing exactly how it happened, and in

somewnat or a nuster was arranging
her costume to get it away from the
corkscrew effect when her eyes met
those of a man standing in the aisle.
The man was not a friend of hers, not
even an acquaintance, but he lived at
the same hotel, and she had seen him
every day for two months. Without a
moment's thought she said:
"How do you do!"
The man looked her over rather
cooly and merely raised his haL With
out the aid ef opera glasses the lady
could see right away that she had
made a life-sized mistake, and to
make things more embarrassing the
people next to her moved along so
that the man might sit down. He
hesitated a moment and then took the
seat. The lady felt that she should
say something, so she smiled sweetly,
and said:
"I've just been in the Waldorf
drinking tea. Yes. drinking tea. Isn't
it warm."
The man glanced at her flushed
countenance and barely admitted that
the weather was warm, 'and then
started to read his newspaper. Some Someone
one Someone in the car tittered. The lady
thought first of leaving by the door;
then, of jumping out of the window.
But she finally decided to stick to a
finish. She had found from previous
experience that soda mints have a
tendency to relieve that feeling of
fullness in mind and body, and she al always
ways always carried a few loose in her wrist
bag. Feeling about until she found
one she surreptiously slipped It into
her mouth. It felt hard as It went
down. The lady opened her bag again
and gave an agonized look inside.
"Good heavens!" she exclaimed
aloud, "I've swallowed my opal."
The man grasped her by the arm
and" cried, "You've swallowed your
what, madame?"
"Oh, yes, to' be sure," soothingly
answered the man, "just a moment, be
calm, we are right at the ferr Now
will you kindly excuse me madame?"
It is useless to suggest to her that
the tea had anything to do with it.
She insists to this day that the opal
caused all the trouble.
Three Florida Ooys Who Are Having:
the Time of Their Live In the
North Thl Summer
Jacksonville, August 21. Three
young Jacksonville men, J. II. and H.
A. Dillaway and J. T. De Groot, who
left this city. May 4th in the Harpoon
II., a 30-foot shipjack, with $30 in
their pockets, to .make their way by
the inland water route to Montreal,
Canada, have arrived at Syracuse, ac according
cording according to a letter received by Edgar
Wendt of this city.
They reached Syracuse Saturday,
via the Erie canal. Their treasury had
dwindled to one cent and they induc
ed a man to accept it, in the belief
that their luck would then change. At
Syracuse they were met by S. E. De
Uroot, father of J. T. De uroot, a
member of the party .who went from
Jacksonville to Syracuse several years
ago. When the older De Groot men mentioned
tioned mentioned a good square meal, the boys
dropped all work and accepted the in
vitation with pleasure.
The "Three Marine Hoboes," as they
style themselves, left Syracuse today
for Oswego, intending to go from there
by way of Lake Ontario and the St.
Lawrence river to Montreal. Return Returning
ing Returning they will travel by a different
route and expect to reach home by
Dec. 1. They have made their way
thus far by acting as laborers, farm farmers
ers farmers and log splitters.
LIFE SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR
"I never felt so near my grave,"
writes TV. R. Patterson, of Wellington.
Te'x., as when a frightful cough and
lung trouble pulled me down to 100
pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment
for two years. JiArfi a t r, mother and
two sisters ifted of cosfsumption; and
that I amulive -today is due solely to
Dr. King's New Discovery, which
completely cured me J Now I weigh
187 poinds and hare been well and
strong mrjvafje! Quick, safe, sure,
its the best remedy on earth for
roughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup.
and all throat and lung troubles. 50c.
and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Company.
IXVERXESS ITEMS
(Chronicle)
C. L Brooks returned from Ocala
yesterday .morning, having accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mrs. Brooks that far on her
journey to Indianapolis. She will visit
in that city for a time and then go to
Rabun Gap, Ga where she will spend
the balance of the summer.
J. W. McNabb died at his home near
town on the 10th inst., after a linger
ing illness, and death came as a relief
to long suffering Deceased was an ex ex-Confederate
Confederate ex-Confederate soldier, a member of Geo.
T. ard Camp, No. 148, and was a
state pensioner.
The unveiling of the monument to
Rev. T. L. Cooper, by the Woodmen of
the World will take place at Crystal
River next Sunday. The occasion will
result in the town being crowded with
visitors on that day. Quite a number
from here contemplate being there.
FALLS VICTIM TA THIEVES
S W. Bends of CoalCity, Ala., ha3 a
justifiable grievnce. Two thieves stole
his health for twelve years. They
were a liverf and kidny trouble. Then
Dr. King's Vw LifV Pills throttled
them. He's welT now. Unrivaled for
constipation, malaria, headache, dys
pepsia. 25c. at Tydings & Co's.

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standing understanding that it fits or there is
no sale We want to make you
a trial suit, because we. know
we will have your future cus custom
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OCALA ETCHING STAR, MONDAV, AUGUStf 21, 1011

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.

J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

IRWIX REARDOX

Irwin Reardon, a former valued lo local
cal local employe of the billing department
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, died
yesterday in Arizona, to which state
he went several weeks a??o in a vain
search for health. He was a brother of
John Z. Reardon. deputy in the office
of P. Dell Cassidey, cleric of the circuit
court, and of Edwin Reardon of the
Seaboard Air Line Railway. Funeral
arrangements will b announced later.
Times-Union. 20th.

Irwin Reardon, the second son of
Hon- John G. Reardon, was an Ocala
boy, beins born and raised in this
city and was well and favorably
known by our older residents. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Ocala some ten years aso to make
his way in the world, he Joined the
army and spent three years in the
Philippine Islands where, from ex exposure
posure exposure and sickness, he contracted the
disease, consumption, from which he
suffered lonpr and patiently and in a
letter to a boyhood friend in this city
nor over a month ago, still had bright
hopes for a restoration to health by
the life-giving breezes of Arizona,
where he went some two months ago,
to live in the open and rough it.
Mr. Reardon leaves a wife and child,
a mother, two sisters and two brothers
with a host of friends here and in
Jacksonville who will hear with deep
regret of his untimely death.

hoped that the representatives of the
party in. Congress will profit by this
fact before it is too late and they have
to answer a direct charge of duplicity
by the speakers and newspapers of
the enemy in next year's campaign."

WALL-TOWXSKXn

MRS. M. l. PARKER

Mrs. M. L. Parker died yesterday
afternoon and the funeral will take
place this afternoon. Services will be
held at the Fre3byterian church, Dr.
TV. II. Dodge officiating. The pall
bearers are Messrs. Weathers, Tignor,
Talley, Waterman, Borden and S. T.
Sistrunk. Mclver & MacKay have
charge of the funeral and the inter interment
ment interment will be In Greenwood cemtery.

There was a pretty home wedding at
Martin yesterday, at the residence of
Mr3. Allie Zimmerman, when her sis sister.
ter. sister. M i.ss Marian Townsend, was mar married
ried married to Mr. Ogburn Wall of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The pretty bride was never lovelier

than in her bridal robe of white satin,
made on a most becoming model. The

parlor of this beautiful home, which
was the scene of the wedding was

transformed into a bower of green
and white by its artistic arrangement
of ferns and white flowers.

Promptly at six o'clock to the sweet

strains of the wedding march, came
the maid of honor, Mr.?. Allie Zimmer Zimmerman,
man, Zimmerman, and the best man. Mrfl Bowen of
Jacksonville. Mrs. Zimmerman was
daintily gowned in white silk with

trimmings of blue. They were follow

ed by the bride and groom.

The ceremony was performed by the

Methodist minister from Reddick, un

der an arch of green foliage.

Before the wedding, at 4 o'clock, a

sumptuous dinner was served to the
out of town guests in the handsome

ly appointed dining room. The out of
town guests included Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Wetherbee, Misses Wynona and

Elizabeth Wetherbee, Mrs. T. W.

Rrown. Miss Rhoda Liddon of Ocala;

Mrs. Mathews and Miss Mathews of

Gainesville; Mr. Bowen of Jackson

ville; Dr. and Mrs. Lindner of Cedar

Key.

After the ceremony refreshments

were served to over fifty guests in the
spacious dining room. The punch
bowl was presided over by Mrs. Sam
Slack, beautifully gowned in lilac
satin, and Miss Rhoda Liddon in a be becoming
coming becoming pink costume.

The bride's going away gown was a

handsome suit of brown with hat to
match. The bridal trip will include a
visit to Carolina resorts and Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, after which they will reside
in Jacksonville.

GOOD WORK AT THE HOSPITAL

The Marion County Hospital is car

Ing for six patients. One is ina dying

condition from congestion of the brain,

but the rest of the patients are get

ting along nicely. The man that was

bitten by a rattlesnake was sent home

Saturday, cured. Mrs. McMeekin and
her assistants rank among the first In

their profession.

The public must not forget that the

new hospital building is greatly need

ed, and the sooner the proper amount

of funds can be raised the sooner the
much needed building will be con

structed. It will be a credit to Ocala
and a lasting benefit to the surround

ing country.

Sanchez M. Mathews was brought to

the hospital jlast night from Fort Mc

Coy, suffering with congestion of the

brain. He is in a dying condition to

day. He Is 74 years of age and is a

new comer to Fort McCoy, from Col
orado, where his wife lives.

YOU

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IF YOU DON'T DRAW INTEREST
QUARTERLY

HEM EM HER THE
MUXROE & CHAM BLISS BANK

PAYS Von Int?ret on Januarv lt

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PAYS You InterrMt on A aril lmt

axd a;ai.
YS You Interrst on July lut
AI ACiAIY

PAYS Yon Interest on October Ut
Each Time Your Interest Draws

Interest

SXAKE VICTIM CURED

Mr. R. R. McKay, the white farmer,
who was bitten Friday morning by a
rattlesnake at his home a mile and a
half north of the city was discharged
this morning from the hospital. Dr.
Harry C. Dozier, Mr. McKay's physic physician,
ian, physician, says the prompt action of Mr. Mc McKay's
Kay's McKay's neighbor, Mr. Mystic, saved his
life, and as it was the life spark be became
came became very dim several times.

CHOICE ntlLDIXO LOTS FOR SALE

I have three lots facing South Sec Second
ond Second and three facing South Third
street, fifty feet on the front to each

lot, part of which I will sell either for
cash or on easy terms. These are
someof the best residence lots on the
market. Call on me for particulars.

Fred G. B. Weihe.

ROOMS WAXTED

HE HAS A RIGHT TO HE HEARD

Amid the crash of falling worlds,
tumbling about the ears of -Mr. Wm. J.
Bryan, which would never fail to col collapse
lapse collapse by the dozen every time of late
that he makes a public utterance, the
Star Is glad to hear the still, small
voice of that welf-edited paper, the
Pensacola Journal, which like the
Star, thinks Mr. Bryan yet has a right
to be heard. While his views do not
often suit the influential men who
nowclalm to control the democratic
party, they have by no means lost all

their weight with the rank and file.
The Journal says:
"Now that the first paroxysm over
the Bryan-Underwood controversy has
subsided, many of those who jumped
to an early conclusion in the. criticism
of Mr. Bryan are inclined to take a
saner view of the matter. The more
they study it also the more clearly it
appears that Mr. Bryan's position is
not altogether without justification.
"The "facts in the case are simply
these: The democratic party for the
first time in nearly a generation has
control of the revenue-raising branch
of the national government. This is
the branch in which the tariff burdens
are either increased or decreased and
where protected interests are permit permitted
ted permitted to enjoy the unholy advantages
of special privilege or are shorn of
their ability to do so.
"One of the most oppressive monop monopolies
olies monopolies which the world has ever known,
either in the United States or else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, is the steel trust. Its profits
have been -made by the help of special
legislation. Its burden of watered
stock has been fastened on the backs
of the people in this country through
either connivance or neglect on the
part of the political administrations,
under which the trust has grown
great.
"Under this condition, with a reform
party In control of Congress, the peo people
ple people have a right to expect that one of
the first things to claim the consid consideration
eration consideration of that party would be the
matter of relief from the burden which
the steel trust has fastened upon the
people. Has the democratic party in
Congress under Mr. Underwood's lead leadership
ership leadership lifted a finger or spoken a
work in recognition of the party's ob obligation
ligation obligation to the people in the case of
the steel trust?
"It has not. And in the event of the
failure of some one within the dem democratic
ocratic democratic party to point out that fact
and attempt to put the party sraight

on that question, does any one imagine

that the republican platform and re

publican campaign orators next year

will overlooK it.' And. are we going

to wait and allow the party to be
trapped by short-sighted leaders into

the necessity of explaining these
things when the presidential campaign
eomes on in 1912?
"The fact is. Mr. Bryan has placed
his finger on the one weak and vital
spot in the present democratic pro

gram and he has riveted the attention
of the country upon the importance of
dealing with the steel trust and doing

so quickly and conclusivels'.
"Mr. Underwood's ready explanation
to the effect that he had. requested the

ways and means committee to take up
the Iron and steel schedule first be because
cause because most of his Investments were in

that industry, and because he wished

to avoid any suspicion on the part of

the public that a failure on his part

to act might be attributed to a selfish

motive, has all of the earmarks or a
frame-up, or at least of a previously
.arranged plan. If he really wanted
the committee to handle the iron and
steel schedule first does anyone im imagine
agine imagine that the committee would have
failed to do so?
"Mr. Bryan has done his party and
the country a service is pointing out
the vital Importance of action on the
steel and Iron schedule and it Is to be

The Star has a number of calls for

rooms. Some want furnished and oth others
ers others unfurnished rooms. Anyone hav

ing two, three or more rooms that

they wish to rent, either furnished or

unfurnished, please notify this office.
CHALLENGE

Colonel Robert McNamee and his

most estimable family leave today for

Jacksonville, where they will reside in

future. Colonel McNamee has sold one
of his elegant residences in this city
and offers the rest of his valuable
property for sale. They have made

many warm friends during their stay

in Tampa, all of whom will regret to

hear of their departure. Colonel Mc McNamee
Namee McNamee ranks as one of Florida's most

brilliant and accomplished attorneys

and the entire family leaves with the

best wishes of their hundreds of

friends. Tampa Tribune.

MUNROE

OCALA,

THE-.

& CHAMBLISS
BANK
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SUMTER COUNTY NEWS

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Conventions held every Monday eve

ning 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.

There are Two Kinds or 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 DRUGGIST.

(Sumterville Times)
Miss Susie Lambert arrived from

Sparr Saturday and assumed the po

sition as assistant teacher in the Sum

terville school Monday morning. She

heartily welcomed to our town.
A dummy train at Goethe's mill at

Bamboo ran over and killed a negro

Monday.

Mr. J. W. Kimbrough of Webster

has again been called to Borden
Springs, Ala., "to 'be with his little
daughter, who is critically 111 at that
place.

There was a shooting affray at
Edenfield last Saturday morning. Mr.
Black, a foreman at the mill, had
some trouble with an unruly negro
and in a scuffle was forced to shoot
and kill the negro. A coroner's jury
exonerated him.
PInIc at WebMer
There will be a basket picnic at the
Webster school house Saturday, Aug.
26th. Refreshments will be sold for
the benefit at the Baptist church.
. RuMknell
The '" Bushnell public school opened
Monday morning with Mrs. L. E. Gold Gold-ley
ley Gold-ley of Lakeland as principal and Miss
Dora Kramer of Leesburg and Miss
Pritchard of Belleview, as assistants,
with an enrollment of eighty-two
scholars. Bushnell feels proud of her
excellent teachers.

Mr. J. II. Spencer, state agent for

the Buick automobile, arrived In Bush

nell Wednesday with two new Buick

machines, both model 2 7, one for Mr,
Ilemriek and the other for Mr. Moore

Scarcely a week goes by but some

Bushnell man buys a machine and they
are all Buicks.

Mr. 'Henry T. Eaddy who left last
week in his big touring car for the

east coast, returned to Bushnell early

this week, after a week very pleasant

iy -spent at different points over on

the coast.

Mr. I. H. Hays sold his automobile

this week to Mr. Kimbrough of Web

ster, but immediately telegraphed for
another, and is expecting it to arrive

any day.

A bright little daughter came last

Friday morning, August 12th, to glad gladden
den gladden the hearts and home of Mr. and

Mrs. Travis Boseman.

Mr. D. C. Smith left Wednesday for
New York, Chicago, Washington and

(other eastern points of interest.

Sumterville Times.

CHALLENGE

CHALLENGE
WHEELS QUICKLY REPAIRED
Let me repair your bicycle. Will
call for, repair and deliver it to any

address. I employ nothing but ex

perienced workmen. Satisfaction guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Phone 428, Ocala Bicycle Shop,
H. S. Chambers, proprietor.

XOTICE FOR

APPLICATION

OF LETTERS PATENT

More people, men anji-women, are
suffering from krney and bladder
trouble than evepoefore, and each year
more of them tern forquick relief and
permanent bynefit to Foley's Kidney
Remedy, whch has jfroven itself to be
one of the 4los' fective remedies for
kidney and-wSader ailments, that
medical science has devised. The Court
Pharmacy.

Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, will apply to
the governor of the state of Florida
for letters patent to issue under the

following proposed charter.
WM. A. .Teffcoat.
D. T. Jeffcoat.
A. J. Kluytenberg.

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That we have been selling your neighbor GROCER GROCER-IES
IES GROCER-IES for several years bat have not been able to reach
you? We use no charm to hold otir customers, bat it
is a noticeable fact that once they give as a trial they
become permanent customers. Why is this? We say,
QUALITY, FAIR PRICES and HONEST BUS BUSINESS
INESS BUSINESS METHODS. We do not claim to carry a
"cheap" line of groceries, bat from the first day of
par basiness career we have stock to QUALITY, ?
and at all times give oar customers only sach goods
as we hnow will give entire satisfaction.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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CHALLENGE

NOTICE
The firm of Galloway & Moulton by
mutual consent was dissolved on July

31st, 1911, F. A. Moulton retaining the!

business of the firrn at Ocala, Fla.
F. A. Moulton.
Ocala, Fla., August 7, 1911.

Cuts and bruises may be healed in

CHALLENGE

Miss Nettie Lisk, of Silver Springs

Fla., who has been visting her mother

Mrs. Lisk, and aunt, Mrs. Charles

Chittick, left Wednesday for Sparta

Tenn., where she has accepted a posi

tion of science teacher in the high

school of that place. Miss Lisk carae,

to Frankfort from Knoxville, Tenn.,
where she has been attending summer

school. Frankfort, Ind., Times. Au-

ust 18th.

about one-third the

the usual treatm

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MAY FEVER, ASTHMA

AND SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved quiekly and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it.
p. M. Stewart, lOSCnHfram St., -Chicago,
writes; "pT haveoeen greatly
troubled durinahe hot lummer months
with hay fevef and fina that by using
Foley's Hony and Ja.r Compound I
get great relief." Many others who
suffer similarly- xyJJJr be glad to benefit
by Mr. Stewart's experience. Sold by
Court Pharmacy.

VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE OX GOOD TERMS

Large, 10-room house with large
grounds. Lot is 140x250 feet. Has
large- two-story stable with two good
stalls, also carriage Toom; 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 oa one of
the prettiest streets in Ocala, four
blocks from court house. Apply for
terms to Box 180 or A, C- L. freight
depot, care J. F. Thompson.

STORE FOR RENT
Half of front titore do vtok taint at the
Woodmnr block, nest to Then-Zachery
Fnrnlture house, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett, ivltn Ocaln
Plumblns & Electric Company.

Stepping on a rusty nail has been
the cause of manycases of lockjaw.
The nail was notko much the fault as
neglect of the Jfound. If such wounds
were promptly cleansed and BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S LINIMENT atpplied there
there would be woockjaw, as the anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic propef tie! pyfif? liniment would
counteract uVie rwsoif and the wound
would "heal nUcklyf' Price 25c, 50c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

CASH PRIZES FOR COITOtl

MANY A SUFFSJtlSG WOMaX
Drags herself painfully through, her

daily tasks, sufferln

headache, nervoues

and poor slee

are due to

bles. Foley

relief from

man who, so

look Foley K

Court Pharmacy.

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Pills. Sold by the

mi SIGMA COLLEGE

Prof. Geo. C. Looney and his corps
of assistants will arrive in Ocala about
September 1st to arrange for the open opening
ing opening of Phi Sigma College about Sep September
tember September 11th. Those interested should
consult him upon his arrival and thus
facilitate the opening term.

TORTURED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS
by a cure-defying stomacn n-ouble
that baffled doctors and, an? resisted
all remedies he t r i fToKn-v.x W. Mod
ders, of Moddersvifle, Mich, seemed

doomed. He had Jo sell his farm and

give up work

can't live mu

ate distress

tried Electric

such wonders

eat things l eff

Its surely a
ach trouble.'

is neighbors said "he

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thaf I can now

ke for years.

grand remedy for stom stom-Just
Just stom-Just as good for the

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me.

Bitters

for mi

liver and kidneys,
an teed. Only &0e.

Every bottle guar guar-at
at guar-at Tydings & Co'3.

We" are offering the Tallowing 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

ton to us through the seasdn we will

give $25 in cash.

We want all of the cotton that is

grown in Marion covnty 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 alt times.

Remember the prizesL Haul the cot cotton
ton cotton to our gin or ship it to us by rail,
it does not matter which.
Respectfully, Georg Giles & Co.
Local and Long Distance Phone 170.
Ocala, Fla.

COPY OF THE PROPOSED CHARTER
OF THE JEFFCOAT TAII.ORIXtt
COMPANY
We, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida, ap applicable
plicable applicable to corporation for profit.
ARTICLE I.
Name
The name of this corporation shall
lie THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING COM

PANY, and its principal place of busi business
ness business shall be Oaala, Marion county,
Florida, but it may establish offices
and agencies in other places in or out
of the state of Florida.
ARTICLE II.
IlusIncMH
The name of the business to be
transacted by this corporation is:

1st. To own and maintain tailoring
establishments for the purpose of
making clothes, tailored to order.
2nd. To buy woolen goods and cloth
of all kinds and make them up in suits
and sents' furnishings.
3rd. To buy and sell gents' furnish furnishings.
ings. furnishings. 4th. To make and sell overalls.
5th. For the purpose of buying and
selling and dealing in all kinds- of
goods, wares and merchandise and for
the purpose of owning, holding and
enjoying all kinds of real and personal
property.
6th. And- for the purpose of doing
any and all things which may be
deemed reasonable and necessary for
carrying out the purposes above men mentioned
tioned mentioned with power to do anything di directly
rectly directly or collaterally connected with
such principal, purposes.
ARTICLE III.
Capital Slock
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be five thousand dol dollars
lars dollars ($5,000) divided into five hundred
500) shares of par value of ten dollars
($10) each, to be paid in cash or mer

chandise as follows:
Ten per cent, on application of let letters
ters letters patent: fifteen per cent, on De December
cember December 31st. mil; twenty-five per cent.
February 28th xtwenty-five per cent, on
April 30th. and twenty-five per cent,
on July '31 st. 1912.
ARTICLE IV.
Term
The term for-which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine (99) years.

ARTICLE V.
Officer
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, a
vice president, and a secretary and
treasurer and a board of directors con consisting
sisting consisting of not less than three or more
than five persons, to be elected at the
first annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders to be held on the first Tuesday in
December. 1911. The following offic officers
ers officers named shall conduct the business
of the corporation until those elected
at the first annual meeting shall qual qualify,
ify, qualify, namely: Wm A. Jeffcoat. president.
A. J. Kluytenberg, vice president, and
T T. Jeffcoat. secretary and treasurer.
ARTICLE VL
Indebtedness
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
tinif subject itself to is five thousand
dollars (5,000).
ARTICLE VI.
Subscriber
The nam? and place of residence of
the subscribers. together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
b- ear-h is as follows:
Name Residence No. Shares

Wm. A. Jeffcoat. Ocala. Fla., L'OO
D. T. Jeffcoat, Ocala, Fla.. 200
A. J. Kluytenberg. Ocala. Fl3., 100
In witness whereof the incorporators
have hereunto set their hands and af affixed
fixed affixed their seals this the 21st day of
August. A. I. 1911.
Wm. A. Jeffcoat. (Seal).
D. T. Jeffcoat, (Seal).
A. J. Kluytenberg, (Seal).

SALE STARTED

v FRIDAY, AUGUST 11th
, CT-.
Theentire stock of new furniture of the Ocala Furniture Com-
pany has been thrown on the market at less than original cost. We
bought an entire new stock of furniture to open a store in the Robert Robertson
son Robertson building, and later closed a deal with the Ocala Furniture Com Com-pany
pany Com-pany for all of their new goods in order to get their location. Thus we
find ourselves with two large stocks of goods instead of one. In order
to close out the Ocala Furniture Company stock at once we are offering
it at prices that Ocala has never heard of before.
WE MUST HAVE ROOM
hence the stock MUST BE REDUCED. Here is an opportunity,
to buy at your own price, as all prices will be cut to the quick on
these goods. r
During this Sale We Sell for Cash Only.

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OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY'S OLD STAND

N. Magnolia St

Ocala, Florida

CAXDM2R

Alfred
H. Hall,

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After Septeiuher lt we will be In
our new More where wnr facilities
will be greatly Improved. IVe Invite
you to eotne and. ee novr we are fixed
and Kolleit your trade aad in return
we guarantee you mrsnrpiuwed service.

If you nave a reputation of paying:

yitur bill, all rlchtj we nl! be Klad
to often an account, If we bare not al already
ready already done no, lint if yor repntaJIon
for paying I not koh1, we Mhall be
Klad to give yiu the ame service but
for cash. I)t not ct mad wltb u If
we ifne i ercdlt you for the reawn
will be that, you da not bear a good
reputation r we not know. Re Remember
member Remember we did not make your reputa reputation
tion reputation for paying.
Retipeetfally,
BAXTER CARN

Slate of Florida.
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me. the
undernamed authority. Wm. A. .Teff .Teffcoat.
coat. .Teffcoat. I). T. Jeffcoat and A. J. Kluyten Kluytenberg.
berg. Kluytenberg. to me well known to be the
parties described in and who executed
the foretroina: articles of corporation
and proposed charter, and each ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged the execution of the ?ame
for the use? and purposes therein et
forth and expressed.
G?ven under mv hand and seal of of office
fice office this the 21st day of August. A. D.
(Seal) A. K. Gensr.
Norarv Public State of Florida.
My commission expires Oct. 2 1914.
CHALLENGE

Candler, August 21. Mrs.
Ayer of Ocala visited Mrs. J.

last week.
Mrs. George Russell of Lake Weir
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
Hiscock.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin and daughter.
Miss Iva, left Thursday for their Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia home.
Mr. Sherman Galloway after spend spending
ing spending several days In the home of Mr.
P. A. Fort, left Thursday for Houston,
Texas.
Misses Tilly' and Caroline Pasteur of
Lake Weir visited Mrs. J. II. Mathews
Wednesday of last week.
Mr. J. H. Mathews' barn was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by fire Thursday night. The
horses, vehicles, etc., were saved. The
cause of the fire is unknown.
Mrs. Arthur Adams and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Louise returned to their home In
Miami Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tillis of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville visited Mrs. Tillis daughter,
Mrs. Charles Tillis, several days last
week.
Last Tuesday evening under the
auspices of the Presbyterian Ladles
Aid Society, an interesting program
was rendered in the main room of the
Presbyterian church, after which all
repaired to the lawn in front of the
building, where ice cream was served.

OTin: F APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed I niler Section of Chapter
vS Law of Florida.
Notice is hereby sriven that G.
Cleveland, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 40.".. dated the 7th day of June, A.
D. i0t. ha filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
T3X deed tn icne in accordance with
aw. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county. Florida. to-wit:
of sU section 1. township 1 s
ranee 21 e. The said land being assess assessed
ed assessed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of Floyd Summer-.
Unless said certificate shall be
redemed acVordinar to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the -3rd day of
Semember. A. P. 1911.
Witness mv official signature and
seal this the "21st day of August. A D.
HjU ?. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

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CHALLENGE
RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE
Two choice residence lots in prettj
Palmetto Park addition to Ocala. next
to Dr. F. E. McClane's new residence.
Apply at 3tar office.

Do not allow your kidney and blad bladder
der bladder trouble to deveirrps. beyond the
reach of medicineyTake jFoley Kidney
Pills. They givfc quick f results and
stop irresularitms.nth surprising
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OCALA EYEK13 STAR, MOXDAY, AUGUST 21, ldii

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

department of the State of Florida
That its capital and surplus is $75000,00 and
that we are growing but can still take care of .more
business.

IHtCOUClBAI

Motion Pictures and Music
. EVERY EVENING AT
The Temple Theater
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Change of Program Every Night

PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
A REDSKIN'S BRAVERY THE LITTLE "RIDER
THE SHERIFF'S CAPTIVE

Prices Ten and

North Ave. and Peachtree St. Atlanta. Ca. Boardiner and Day School for girl and youngr
ladies. Boarding- department strictly limited to insure refimd home life. Classes divided into
mall sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of eighteen specialists. Conservatory
advantages in Music, Art. Expression. Certificate admits to Vassar, Wellesley. Randolph Randolph-Macon,
Macon, Randolph-Macon, etc Thirty-fourth session begins September It, 1911. Catalogue on application.
I D. SCOTT. EMMA B. SCOTT. Principal.
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Victor-Victrola IX, $50
This newest style
Victor-Victrola
is yours for $50
The latest addition
to the famous Victor Victor-Victrola
Victrola Victor-Victrola line and only
50.
An extremely popula? price
and made more popular still
by our easy-payment plan.
Come in and hear this instru instrument,
ment, instrument, and find out how easily it
becomes yours.
Other styles of the Victor-Victrola $75
to $250. Victors $10 to $100.
FOR SALE BY
A. M. LAXSFORD
s
NO. 3, NORTH MAIN ST.
FRESH
PRIME
MEATS
We buy in quantles that assures
our trade getting the choicest of
prime meats that means the best
cuts for you when you trade here.
Your phone order is carefully filled
by a choice selection place a trial or order
der order today.
W. P. EDWARIS
Phone 108 New City Market.
OCALA, FLORIDA.
We can supply you with pure Ice for
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.,
OCALA. FLORID
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W. C. T. U. PARLOR MEETING
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Coleman next Tuesday afternoon at 4
o'clock. After the business meeting,
presided over by Mrs. G. W. Martin,
mere win oe a literary program m

honor of John Bartholomew Gough.hu nnunik mill riav Without pair

whose birthday occurred on this date. 1
The following is the order of service:
Song, Yield Not to Temptation.
Bible selections from John xiv.
Prayer.
Business session.
Paper, Mohn B. Gough's Birthplace
and Ancestry," Mrs. L1 T Izlar.
Insturmental solo, Miss Mary Gates.
Paper, "John B. Gough Before His
Reformation," Mrs. R. C. Loveridge.
Vocal solo, Mrs. C. E. Winston.
Paper, "John B. Gough as a Re Reformer,"
former," Reformer," Mrs. Mary D. Mat'tox.
Reading of temperance prophecy,
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Instrumental music.
Echoes from a John B. Gough lec lecture,
ture, lecture, Mrs. F. A. Foulton.
Tributes to John B. Gough and quo quotations
tations quotations from John B. Gough by mem members
bers members and visitors.
Announcements.
Benediction.
L II. VAX ENGELKEN, M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postoffice Building, Room 4.
1 1 1
ROUXDED UP RAPIDLY
Will Porter, a .misguided
negro,
broke into the store of Bishop, Stuart
& Johnson, at Anthony, Saturday
night, stole a few goods and skipped.
Sheriff Galloway was phoned for Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning. He took a couple of
dogs and went to Anthony, and jin a
few hours overhauled Porter about
nine miles west of town. Will now
mourns his lapse from honesty in the
Marion county bastille.
WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. August 21 Local show showers
ers showers tonight or Tuesday, light to mod moderate
erate moderate variable winds.
WIFE GOT TIPTOP ADVICE
"My wife wanted areT5ake our boy
to the doctor toure an uly boil,"
writes D. Frank1 of Stroud, Okla. "I
said'put Buckley s Arfca Salve on it.'
She did so and it mro the boil In a
short time.." Qlucke&rhaler of burns,
scalds, cuts, iorns, brfilses, sprains
and swellings, vest pi cure on earth.
Try. it. Only 25sJ'Tydings & Co's.
APARTMENTS FOR REXT
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.
Buy it now. Nowjathe time to buy
a. bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhypa Remedy. It is al almost
most almost certain o Qneded before the
summer Is oer. yks remedy has no
superior. VorjiKy all dealers.
LEATHER RAG POl VI)
Found, on the Mtreets of the city, a
tan leather traveling bag containing a
few personal effects. Owner can have
same by paying for this ad. and calling
on Alvestine Smith.
A well known Pes
Moines woman
after suffering misera
or two days
from bowel compla
cured by
one dose of Chamb
era and Diarrhoea
by all dealers.
Colic, Chol-
ly. For sale
WHITE ST. R TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
PHONE 296
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
ud Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

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CHALLENGE
K. of P. meet this evening. evening.-Elks
Elks evening.-Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
CHALLENGE
If you want a Merry Widow, see
Hamp Chambers.
Mr. Bruce MefTert has a handsome
little Ford runabout car.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
R. W. Flunk of Jacksonville was at
at the Ocala House last night.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun
tain of the Court Pharmacy.
J. G. Eubanks of Union City. Ga.,
was at the Montezuma yesterday.
Drink PLEZOL the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.
Mrs. J. M. Joseay of Terrell was a
ruest of the Montezuma Sunday.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
J. Jslar from Tallahassee spent Sun
day with friends in Ocala.
5 or 6 doses 664r will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
-O. C. Bailey of Green Cove Springs,
was at the Montezuma last night.
If you are looking for something up-
to-date in frames, call at Mills studio.
CHALLENGE
B. B. Hopson and P. G. Burgess of
Jacksonville were at the Montezuma
yesterday.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
now.
J. K. Christian, the Mcintosh and
Dunnellon merchant, was at the Mon Montezuma
tezuma Montezuma last night.
Your kodak work can be finished in
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills' studio.
J. W. Dougherty of Waucnula and
G. G. Ware of Leesburg were at the
Montezuma Sunday.
If you smoke you will be interested
in the best line of cigars in the city at
the Court Pharmacy.
B. B. Keep of Boardman and E. G.
George of Lowell were at the Monte Monte-zuma
zuma Monte-zuma Saturday night.
We have the best line of hair brush
es, combs, ana other touet articles m
the city. The Court Pharmacy.
E. D. Peete and wife of Memphis,
Tenn., were at the Ocala House last
night.
Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
Pharmacy.
S. S. Smith and R. Ellison of Gaines-
ville were at the Ocaal House last
night.
Jersey cow for sale. Third calf, gives
nrice $50 Abner Fooser
,
Mrs. S. M. Davis and Miss Juanita
Davis of Crystal River were Sunday
guests of the Ocala House.
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills
studio.
E. S. Hurst and W S. Pinnell of
Bronson were at the Ocala House Sat
urday.
Five or six doses will cure
any case of chills and fever. Price, 25
cents
Messrs. James Engessor and Andy
Fausett went down to the lake for a
cooling dip last night.
When you have anything to franc
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hayes went to
Dunnellon, where Mr. Hays will work
on the Advocate for a week or two.
CHALLENGE
A. A. Waterman's self-filling, relia
ble. non-leakinsr fountain pens; all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. II. M. Hampton left Saturday
night for Tennessee, where she will
spend a month or six weeks in the
mountains
When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL
Mr. Paul Gates has returned from
the Gulf, where he has been a guest at
a house party given by Mr. Wyatt,
his roommate at college last year.
Men, our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, free. Moler. Barber College
Atlanta.
S. H. Marsh of Cincinnati, Nelson
Broderick of New York and A. G. Ray
of Boston were at the Montezuma Sun
day.
CHALLENGE
FOR SALE Sound, medium sized
mare, four years old. gentle, partly
broken. Apply to T. J. Sistrunk, Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, Florida.
Mr. A. P. Smith, of Baltimore, a
classmate of Mr. David S. Williams,
Jr., at Lehigh University, arrived in
the city Saturday night to visit Mr.
Williams. Mr. Smith may decide to
locate in Ocala.
Norris famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from the
factory at the Court Pharmacy.
CHALLENGE
C. M. Dickerson, traveling passen passenger
ger passenger agent of the Seaboard, leaves in
the morning for Ocala and points in
the northern part of the state in the
interest of the .excursion that will be
given from Tampa to Ocala August 24.
Tampa Tribune, 20th.
Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
PLEZOL.
City Marshal Carter's new seven seven-room
room seven-room cottage near the high school
building is rapidly being pushed to
completion. Mr. Carter, like a good
many other Ocala people, having a de desirable
sirable desirable vacant lot, thought it a good
investment to build a house on it.
When in jacKsonville stop with Mrs.
E. L Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c.
room in the city..
Mr. Carlos L Sistrunk left last
night for Hot Springs, Ark., where he
will take a course of baths. From
there he will go west to Colorado
Springs and other western places of
interest and expects to be gone for
six weeks.
CHALLENGE
This morning when the Ocala North Northern
ern Northern passenger train was making up
for its usual run to Fort McCoy, a
Coast Line yard engine struck the
rear coach as it p.ved over the cross crossing
ing crossing of the two roads. The coach was
overturned, but very little damage
was done. No one was hurt.
An ordinary cag"-of diarrhoea can.
as a rule, oe cur
dibyi sinerle dose of
Chamberlain's foSc, C
noiera ana ui-
arrhoea Re me J 3
by all dealers.

WILL HAVE A GOOI WEEK

Sure Care for the Blaes Wewdtf,
aid Good Stow ETery Event k
The Temple is making a good start
this week by having three extra fine
pictures for this evening. The show
tonight is sure to please everyone that
is wise and holds down a seat in the
big cool theater. The subjects are all
winners as you can see by a glance at
their titles elsewhere.
The picture machine ran" steadily
Saturday afternoon and evening. There
was a good-sized attendance all the
time, and all were much pleased with
the well-chosen and well-displayed
pictures.
Mutt and JetTt Latent Wedaenday
Don't forget Wednesday afternoon
and night that latest success, "Mutt
and Jeff in the Banking Business."
This is a sure cure for the blues and
if you fel badly until Wednesday, you
can see this subject and feel all to
the good afterward.
AX APPROACHIXO ITXIOX
Mr. Olebia Landers, of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, will be
united in marriage on September 10th
at the home of the bride's parents in
Fort Myers, to Mrs. Hazel Bayer. The
bride to be is now a clerk in the
Western Union offices in-Tampa. Mr.
Landers has engaged rooms in Ocala
and will keep house here. Mr. Landers
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Landers
of this city. He has almost been rais raised
ed raised in Ocala. He is very popular here,
and is one of the most efficient young
telegraph operators in the state.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Office, 203.
Residence, 295
UP-TO-DATE MAP
Latest maps of Florida and air oth
er states at Ballard's.
GUAVAS FOR SALE
If you want some fine guavas at
lowest prices, phone to the Star office,
and your order will receive prompt at
tention.
RI ICK AUTO FOR SALE
For sale, 1911 model 21 Buick. 20
horsepower automobile. Cost $1650. Has
been used four weeks. Car too large
for mj- use. Will sell at a sacrifice. B.
D. Blackburn, Montezuma hotel.
CHALLENGE
Messrs. B. F. Condon, Frank An
thony, Claude Nelson, Barney Spen
cer, Unas. iv. sage ana unnrora? Ayer,
Pete Mcintosh and sister. Miss Jessie,
went down to the lake on the late
train Saturday night to spend Sun?
day. Mr. Condon took a pushcart full
of provisions, which he loaded on the
rear platform of the last coach and
sized up with a doubtful eye, saying
he guessed he had enough to last tilV
Monday.
Mrs. Florence C. Robertson and
daughter, Miss Alice Mae, of isew
York City, who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. S. Lanier Robertson in this!
city the past few weeks, will leave
for home Saturday. They will be ac
companied by Mrs. Lanier Robertson
and children, who will visit them and
their uncle, Gen. Geo. B. Loud, in the
metropolis until cool weather. The
trip will be made via the, Clyde Line
from Jacksonville.
CHALLENGE
Mr. Charles Tullis of the Dunnellon
Phosphate Company, passed Saturday
night and Sunday in the city.
Mr. W. F. Marlowe has bought
tailoring business in Orlando and will
make that city his home. He came up
from Orlando Saturday night to make
arrangements about removing his
family and furniture, and returned to
the Phenomenal City today. Mr. Mar Marlowe
lowe Marlowe is a Marion county boy, and in
his life and business here has made
many friends who part from him and
his family' with regret and hope for
them all happiness and success in their
new home.
CHALLENGE
Mr. B. T. Smith of Orlando was
the city Sunday, the guest of Mr.
F. Marlowe.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Raysor came down
from Lowell Saturday night, to visi
their relatives here.
. CHALLENGE
The Bartenders Union held its
monthly meeting yesterday and elect
ed Mr. Ed Dreyfous president and Mr.
W.' S. Pedrick secretary. The affairs
of the union are in good shape and its
membership solid and increasing.
The Baptist church of this city has
invited Rev. J. D. Chapman of Valdos
ta to preach for it and the Star is in
formed that Mr. Chapman will proba
bly accept.
CHALLENGE
Messrs. D. B. Kibler and N. II. Bos
well of Dunnellon were in Ocala Sat
urday, on their way to New York, from
which place they will sail Wednesday
for Europe. These gentlemen are iden
titled with the Buttgenbach interests
and while in Europe will study the re relation
lation relation of phosphate to the commercial
world in its principal emporiums.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore.
CHALLENGE
i
Will Mock, the young auto machin machinist,
ist, machinist, came down from Jacksonville Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, and went on to Lake Weir for
a week's vacation.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.
Charles Rodoff returned from his va vacation
cation vacation Saturday night. Charlie went
the round of New York and other big
eastern cities, but deferred his visit
to Frisco until some future date.
CHALLENGE
It. C. Muncaster returned
from a visit to his wife
at Atlantic Beach.
v
Mr.
night
child
last
and
CHALLENGE
Mr. David Todd of Savannah, a cot cotton
ton cotton buyer, was in town today with his
friend, Mr. W. W. Stripling.
Buttermilk, fresh every
Postoffice Drugstore.
day at the
CHALLENGE
S or 6 doses C6 will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.

AIR DOME'S FIXE

SHOW SAT1TRD4Y EVEXIXC
Although the express company fell
own on the Air Dome Saturday night
by sending "Mutt and Jeff and "Lea
Miserables" to some other part of the
world, the open-air theater had a fine
how all the same, its greatest sub-
ect being the target practice on the
old battleship Texas by the. more mod modern
ern modern sea-terror. New Hampshire. This
reel, taken right on the spot, was one
of the very best ever seen here,: and
was watched with the deepst interest.
"Les Miserables, which "was sent to
Orlando, has arrived and 1 will be
shown at the Air Dome tomorrow
night. Its a lesson in history, an ex
ample in ethics and a book of romance
all In one, and you can't afford not to
see it.
The program tonight Is as follows:
The Inheritance.
The Thief and the GirL
The Mission Worker.
The entertainment will be added to
by music from the fine little orchestra,
which gave its hearers so much pleas pleasure
ure pleasure last week. The orchestra will
render the following program:
March and two-step,5 "Motor King."
Waltz, "Reign of Youth."
Medley waltz. "All That I Ask of
You is Love."
March and two-step, "Snap Shot;"
Caprice, "Neptune's Daughter." -Intermezzo.
"Minerva."
Love song, "Chimes of Love." ;
March and two-step, "Loop the
Loop."
Waltz, "Symposia."
Waltz and two-step, "Top Notch."
DR. H. WV COUNTS PHONES
Office, 427.
Residence, 349.
The finest line of stationery In boxes
of paper and envelopes and paper by
the pound that has ever been brought
to Ocala. Two grades of it at the CourTI
Pharmacy.
Mrs. Carlton and her daughter, "Mrs.
Irvin, returned Saturday night from a
visit to Worthington Springs.
Warhorse Pit Game chickens. fy
entire yard of fine bred games for
sale cheap. Nothing to beat them.
Write or call on Tremere, Belleview,
Fla.
Frank Webber went up to Jackson
ville last night, to bring down another
Buick car for Spencer & Robinson.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will ap
peal to you. See them at the Court
Pharmacy.
J. O. Spitz of New York "was at -the
Ocala House last night.
Don't send your pictures out of town
to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills' studio. We can make them in
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
are right.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Wall, the newly
wedded couple from Martin, were
guests of the Ocala House last night.
They left for Jacksonville this morn
ing.
Augustus Dreka, who has a respon
sible position with an Ocala mercan
tile house, was in the city the first of
the week on a visit to his father, G.
A Dreka. DeLand News.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Josey of Terrell
were in town toaay ana Dougnt me
furniture for their new home from
Messrs. McLaughlin & Tolar. Mr. and
Mrs. Josey were married at Terrell
yesterday. N
Dr. II. C. Domler fcaa moved ala office
to the second, floor of the Lanier Rob-
ertaon building, oppoalte Melver and
MacKay. Phone- Office, 41; Residence,
00.
Mr. Marcus Frank spent yesterday
in Jacksonville. Mr. Frank says Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville is certainly a wide open and
lively town on Sundays.
Mr. Bruce Meffert went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville a few days ago and bought from
Mr. L C. Oliver, the state agent, a new
Ford runabout of the 1912 model. This
is a splendid car, fully equipped. Mr.
Meffert ran the car down to Ocala
himself.
Last Friday night some one took Mr.
F. W. "Barse's big Buick car from the
garage and drove it about town for a
short time, leaving it in the middle of
the street, where it was found and re
ported late in the night.
Mr. J. K. Christian of Mcintosh was
in town yesterday. Mr. Christian says
the big sale of the Christian & Dick
son Company was a splendid success
and that many people came from a
long ways off to trade with them
Many of these customers had never
traded in Mcintosh before.
We are in receipt of a card from Mr.
C. E. Simmons at Harrisburg, Pa.,
stating that he was doing the old
home state and enjoying every day of
his stay there.
FOR SALE 30 Barred Rock hens.
For particulars address, G. H. Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Lady Lake, Fla., box 51.
Mrs. R. C. Muncaster and little son,
who have been spending the past
three weeks at the Continental Hotel.
Atlantic Beach, will return home
Thursday accompanied by Mr. Mun Mun-caster's
caster's Mun-caster's mother, Mrs. R. W. Muncaster,
who will pay them a visit.
Mr. A. S. Newton of Macon is a guest
of the Ocaal House.
Mrs. C. E Brown came up from the
lake today for a visit to Mr. Brown
and to do som shopping. Mr. Brown
is the cashier of the Atlantic Coast
Line in Ocala.
Mr. T. D. Lancaster, Jr., spent the
week end witl his friends, Charlie and
John Chazal at the lake.
The Ocala Rifles are drilling regu regularly
larly regularly and working hard to make a
good showing at the state encamp encampment
ment encampment next month.
Mrs. E. C. Bennett and children after
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terday yesterday .morning that the pastor told
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The Taming of
Red Butte
Western
By
FRANCIS LYNDE

Copyright, 1310, by Charles Scrib Scrib-ners
ners Scrib-ners Sons.

CHAPTER VII.
THE KILLER.
HALLOCK leaned still farther
over the desk end.
"If I do you'll get what yon
are after and a good deal more.

Again I am going to ask you if it is
worth while to throw me overboard?"

"You've had my last word, Ilallock,

and all this talk about consequences
that you don't explain is beside the
mark. Get me that statement from

Flemlster and do it soon. I am not

going to have it said that we are fight fighting
ing fighting graft in one place and covering it

up In another."

Hallock straightened up and but

toned hi3 coat.

"By all the rules of the game the

game as it is played here In the des-

talk of Angels, wafit littla OT It reacn reacn-d
d reacn-d the cottage, was harshly condem condemnatory
natory condemnatory of the new superintendent.
After the mysterious disappearance
tt the switching engine mystery still
unsolved and apparently unsolvable
he struck fast and hard, searching
painstakingly for the leaders in the re rebellion,
bellion, rebellion, reprimanding, suspending and
discharging until McCloskey warned
him that In addition to the evil of short
handing the road he was filling An Angels
gels Angels with a growing army of ex-employees,
desperate and ripe for any anything.
thing. anything. "I can't help it, Mac," was his in invariable
variable invariable reply. "Unless they put me
out of the fight I shall go on as I have
begun, staying with it until we have a
railroad in fact or a forfeited charter.
Do the best you can, but let it be
plainly and distinctly understood that
the man who isn't with us Is against
us, and the man who is against us is
point: to get a chance to hunt for a
new job every time."
Whereuion the trainmaster's homely
face would take on added furrowings
of distress.
"That's all right. Mr. Lidgerwood.
That is stout, two fisted talk, all right,
and I'm not doubting that you mean
every word of it." But they'll murder
you."
"That is neither here nor there
what they will do to me. I handled
them with gloves at first, but they
wanted the bare fist. They've got it
now. and. as I hnve said before, we
are going to fic;ht this thing through
to a complete and artistic finish. Who
goes east on 202 today?"
"It is Jndson's run, but he is laying
off."
"What is the matter with him
sick?"
"No; just plain drunk."

"Fire him. I won't have a single
solitary man in the train service who

gets drunk. Tell him so."
"All right: one more stick of dyna

mite, with a cap and fuse in It. turned

loose under foot.? prophesied McClos

key gloomily. ".Tudson goes."

"Never mind the dynamite. Now,

what has been done with Johnston,
that conductor who turned in $3 as

the total cash collections for a hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty mile run?"
"I've had him up. He grinned and
said that that was all the money there
was; everybody had tickets."
' "You don't believe It?"
"No. Grantby, the superintendent of
the Ruby mine, came in on Johnston's
trnin that morn inc. and he registered

Soup Aw o RicowminoidBv
AL.1. DRUGGISTS'

"is it worth while to throw ME OVER OVERBOARD?
BOARD? OVERBOARD?
ert I ought to be giving you twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours to get out of gunshot, Mr.
Udgerwood. Instead of that I am go going
ing going to do you a service. You remem remember
ber remember that operator, Rufford, that you
discharged a few days ago?"
"Yes."
"Bart Rufford, his brother, the look lookout
out lookout at Redlight's place, has invited
a few friends to take notice that he
intends to kill you. You can take it
straight, He means it. And that was
what brought me up here tonight, not
that memorandum on your desk calen calendar."
dar." calendar." '.
For a long time after the door had
Jarred to Its shutting behind Hallock
Udgerwood sat at his desk idle and
abstractedly thoughtful. Twice with within
in within the Interval he pulled out aKsmall
drawer under the roll top and made
as if he would take up the weapon it
contained, and each time he closed
the drawer to break with the tempta temptation
tion temptation to put the pistol Into his pocket.
Later, after he had forced himself
to go to worl;. a door slammed some somewhere
where somewhere In the dispatcher's enTof the
building, and automatically his "hand
shot out to the closed drawer. Then
he made his decision and carried It
out. Taking the nickel plated thing
from its hiding place and breaking it
to eject the cartridges, he went to the
end door of the corridor, which opened
Into the unused space under the raft rafters,
ers, rafters, and flung the weapon to the far farthest
thest farthest corner of the dark loft.
Udgerwood had found little difficulty
In getting on the companionable side of
Dawson, so far as the heavy muscled,
silent young draftsman had a compan companionable
ionable companionable side, and an invitation to the
family dinner table at the Dawson cot cottage
tage cottage on the low mesa above the town
had followed as a matter of course.
Once within the home circle, with
Benson to plead his cause with the
meek little woman whose brown eyes
held the shadow of a deep trouble,
Udgerwood had still less difficulty in

arranging to share Benson's permanent
table welcome.
Udgerwood's acceptance as a table
boarder in the cottage on the mesa
being hospitably prompt, he was com coming
ing coming and going as regularly as his over oversight
sight oversight of the 300 miles of demoraliza demoralization
tion demoralization permitted before the buffoonery of
the Red Butte Western suddenly laugh laughed
ed laughed itself out and war was declared. In
the Interval he had come to concur
very heartily in Benson's opposition
to Gridley as Faith Dawson's possible
choice.
There was little to be done in this
field, however. Gridley came and went,
not too often, figuring always as a
friend of the family and usurping no
more of Miss Dawson's time and at attention
tention attention than she seemed willing to
bestow upon him. Udgerwood saw no
chance to obstruct and no good reason
for obstructing. At all trents, Gridley
did not furnish the reason.
After the storm broke there were
no more quiet evenings on the cottage
porch for a harassed superintendent
Udgerwood came and went as before
when the rapidly recurring wrecks did
not keep him out on the line, but he
scrupulously left his troubles behind
him when he climbed to the cottage
on the mesa.
Quite naturally his silence on the
one topic which was stirring the Red
desert from the Cross water hills to
Timanyoni canyon was a poor mask.
The increasing gravity of the situation
wrote Itself plainly enough In his face,
and Faith Dawson was sorry for him,
giving him silent sympathy unasked if
not wholly unexpected. The town

a ki.I; iwausc tht iiuby .'uh-b station
agent iviisn't out of bed in time to sell
him a ticket. He paid Johnston on the
train, and that one fare alone was
$5 .CO."
Udgerwood was adding another mi minute
nute minute square to the penciled checker
board on his desk blotter.
"Discharge Johnston and hold back
his rime check. Then have him ar arrested
rested arrested for stealing, and .wire the legal
department at Denver that I want him
prosecuted.1
Again McCloskey's rough cast face
became the outward presentment of a
soul in anxious trouble.
"Call it done and another stick of
dynamite turned loose, he acqui acquiesced.
esced. acquiesced. "Is there anything else?"
Yes. What have you found out
about that missing switch engine?"
"Nothing yet. I'm hunting for proof."
Against the men you suspect? Who
are they, and what did they do with

the engine?"
McCloskey became dumb.
"I don't dare to say part of it until
I can say it all, Mr. Udgerwood. Yon
hit too quick and too hard. But tell
me one thing have you had to report
the loss of that engine to anybody
higher up?"
"I shall have to report it to General
Manager Frisbie, of course, if we
don't find it."
"But haven't yon already reported
It?"
"No that Is, I guess not. Walt a
minute.
A touch of the bell push brought
Hallock to the door of the inner office.
"Hallock, have you reported the dis disappearance
appearance disappearance of that switching engine
to Mr. Frisbie?" asked the superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. The answer seemed reluctant, and it
was given in the single word of as assent
sent assent
"When?" asked Udgerwood.
"In the weekly summary for last
week. Yon signed It," said the chief
clerk.
"Did I tell you to include that par particular
ticular particular item in the report?" Udger

wood did not mean to give the in inquiry
quiry inquiry the tang of an implied reproof,
but the fight-with the outlaws was
beginning to make his manner inci incisive.
sive. incisive. "Yon didn't need to tell me. I know
my business." said Hallock, and his
tone matched his suDerior's.
(Continued Tomorrow)

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- CHICKEN FQjrV ; ;
It would seem, by reading the directions of the many;
preparations -put on themarket for these diseases, that : it

is necessary to place the birds in a hospital under charge of
a trained nurse. Read carefully .the "matter under the.

following caption -and 3'ou'll readily observe the difference
'twixt "tweedle dee and tweedle dum.s'

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Notice is hereby given, that the un
dersisrned intend to. apply to the gov

ernor of the state of Florida on the
30th day of August, 1911, for letters
patent incorporating the "PUNCTITRK-
L.KSS TIIIK COMPANY OP FLORIDA"

under the laws of the state of Florida,
with and under the following proposed

charter, the original or which is now
on file in the office of the secretary of

state. xsathan ilayo. ;
V. A. Knight, i
L. E. Lang. i

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND

PROPOSED CHARTER OP THE
-PLXCTIRELESS TIRE COM COMPANY
PANY COMPANY OF FLORIDA
The undersiarned intending and pro

posing to organize a corporation under

the laws or Florida relating to cor

porations for profit, associate them

selves together for the miroose of or

ganizing such corporation, under the

following articles of incorporation and

proposeu charter:
I.

The name of the corporation shall be
"PUNCTCRELESS 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

pair shop, and have the right to act as
agent for the selling of automobiles,

tires and parts, and may have 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 the state

of Florida. -IIL.

The amount of capital stock author

ized is Ten Thousand $10,000) Dollars,

which shall be divided into One Hun

dred (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

erty, the just and true valuation of
which shall not be for less than the
amount of stock so issued in payment

tnereror.
IV.

This corporation shall exist for a

term or ninety-nine (93) years.
r.

The business of the company shall
be conducted by a president, a vice
president, a secretary and treasurer

ana 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 the company
will be conducted by Nathan Mayo,

president; L. iu. Lang, vice president;
vV. 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.
VI.
The highest amount or 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, Summerfield, Florida,
8 1-3 shares.
L K. Lang, Ocala, Florida. 8 1-3
shares.
V. A. Knight, Ocala, Florida. 8 1-3
shares.
"Witness the hands and seals of the
incorporator, this the 24th day of
Inly, A. D. 1911.
Nathan Mavo (Seal).
W. A. Knight (Seal).
L. E. Lang Seal).
Mate of Florida.
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me, the
undersigned authority, Nathan Mayo,
L. E. Lang and V. 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 2th dav of
Tuly, A. D. 111. H. M. Hampton;
Notary Public- for the State of Florida
at Large.
My commission expires the 21t day
of August. 1911.
Seal Notary Public.

LOOK ON THIS
DIRECTIONS. i
As soon as It appears in your flock

you must separate the Infected fowls
from the rest and clean the quarters
thoroughly. -

Anoint every morning, the diseased

birds with carbolated vaseline and

bathe the affected parts each night,
with salt water, picking: off the crusts
as 4 they harden. Keep the fowls in a
dry, warm building and give them a
light diet with plenty of charcoal, grit
and fresh water. Avoid all warm

mashes, but feed dry bran and table

scraps with an occasional quantity of

wheat.

At:D0TII!S

DIRECTIONS

Apply Southern Wonder to
parts effected, with & brash.

May be put in the eyes Or down
the throat. In" most oases one -application
Is sufficient, v With
'southern Wonder it Is not nec necessary
essary necessary to separate the affected
birds from others, as" te dis disease
ease disease is not contagious after
the first application. That's alL

...

Isolate all affected birds and thor

oughly disinfect the houses, etc with
a solution, one part to fifty of water.
Then dry out by opening t doors and
windows. A combination salve aad

powder comes In the same package.
Apply the preparation daily to affect oT""

ed parts, and the cure is hastened if

the warty growths are softened with
warm water and soap, and the tops of
the warts are generally removed with

a blunt instrument, before applying

the preparation. Place one teaspoon-.
f ul of the preparation in each quart of.
soft feed, and give this to the birds
once a day for four days and discon

tinue for three days. If necessary to

continue longer, use half the amount

to each quart of. feed, keeping on,

gradually reducing the amount.

And others along the same line. t ; : ; r : V
Now we have put remedies on the market which can

truthfully be said to be labor savers aa well as

poultry savers. Note the ease of application a8 well as ad

ministration of our medicino3 in comparison with any like

preparation on the market. .
2iL" Write us for any iu formation in regard to poul poultry
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ARSONS

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$17.00 WASHINGTON, D. C.
$22.00 CHICAGO, ILL.
$19.00 ST. LOUIS, MO.
$21. OO DETROIT, MICH.
$1 7.00 LOUISVILLE, KY.
$17.00 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Tickets on sale August 16th.

$15.50 RICHMOND, VA.
' $15.50 NORFOLK VA.
$15.05 MOXTEAGLE, TENN..
$12.00 WUiMl NGTON; N. C.
$13.80 CHATTANOOGA. TENN.
$15.20 TULLAHOMA, TENN.
Final Limit September 2nd.

FAST TRAINS STEEL P ULLMANS DINING CARS
For Reservations or Information, call on nearest Atlantic

Coast Line Ticket Agent or write

A. W. FRITOT,
D. P. AM Jacksonville, F1&.

J. G. KIRKLAND,
D. P. A Tampa, FUu

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via
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SPECIAL TRAIN
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1911
$1.00 ROUND TRIP
Proportionately Cbeap Rcd Trip Dc! frca Pctis Cdia:

Lv OCALA
SANTOS .... ..
BELLK VIE W ..:
SUMMERFIELD
DALLAS
OXFORD.. ..
WILDWOOD ..
COLEMAN .
PANASOFFKEE

T.OO
7.20
7.30

AM
AM
AM

7.41 A M
.7.47 A 31

. 7 50
8.07
.8.10
.8.28

AM
AM
A M
A 31

Lt BUSHNELL
St CATHERINE,
TERRELL
LACOOCHEE ...
DADE CITY. .
. GREER ... ;
ZEPHYRHILLS
. KNIGHTS
PLANT CITY .
Arrive TAMPA .

. ..8 45 A M
..8 55 A M
.V.9.C3 A M
; 9.22 A M
..0.42 A 31
..0 59 A U
V 10.07 A M
. .10.32 A XI
.10 42 A H
..11.45 A XX

Returning, Leave Tampa G&O P. L2. Sczzz Cov Cov-Bear
Bear Cov-Bear in mind this is Ine Last Cfceap Exccrelsn c! Stczzz.
Plenty of Room for All. See Year Ticliet ILztzt
C. 31. DICKERSON, T. P. A S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., A. G. P. A
Tampa, Fla. Jackson rC3, Hi,
C. B. RYAN, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.