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.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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THE FURNITURE ME?f
VOL. 18.
OCALA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911.
NO. 86.

EVENING

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Official Report of tae Proceeding at
the September Meeting
of the Board
Ocala,' Fla.,' Sept.. 5, 1911.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county met in regular ses session
sion session pursuant to adjournment.' Pres Present:
ent: Present: Hon. W. J .Crosby, chairman;
C. Carmichael, S. W .Petteway, M. M.
Proctor and W. T. Henderson, com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. Minutes of last meeting of board
read and approved.
Mr. R. W. Ferguson appeared rela relative
tive relative to changing road around a bad
place at the railroad crossing by the
Tampa & Jacksonville R. R., over the
Oldtown and Williston public road.
Mr. G. W .Mills appeared relative
to railroad crossing by the Sumner
Lumber Company and Zuber Lumber
Company over the Standard and Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship public road. On motion the
clerk was instructed to wrtie the
Sumner Lumber Company and Zuber
Lumber Company to put these cross crossings
ings crossings in shape at once.
Mr. L. K. Edwards aoneared rela
tive to the hardening of the road from
Irvine to the Ocala hard road, show showing
ing showing the newspapers had fixed the date
as September 15th as being the date
on which the county would cease re receiving
ceiving receiving donations under the one and
two-thirds rule. On motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Carmichael it was ordered
that the board extend the time for
receiving donations for hardening the
county roads now under construction
to September 15th, 1911.
Mr. F. G. Buhl appeared and asked
that new papers be issue under the
petition of John Coyne et al for pub public
lic public road.
Mr. J. H. Albritton appeared rela relative
tive relative to the extension of road from
Fort McCoy to Grahamville. Matter
was referred to Commissioner Cros Crosby.
by. Crosby. On motion board adjourned until
2 p. m., for dinner.
Afternoon Session
Board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, with all members present.
Mr. J. w. Prater of Dunnellon ap appeared
peared appeared relative to tax assessment to
The Clyatt Co., and presented certifi certificates.
cates. certificates. On motion of Commissioner
Henderson it was ordered that the
tax collector be instructed to receive
the taxes from Mr. Prater on a val-
U4uuu ui $vu, auu iut? uaiauce 01 me
assessment be reported as error in
assessment.
Petition by G. V. Bardin et al as
follows: We, the undersigned citi citizens,
zens, citizens, do hereby petition your honora honorable
ble honorable body to grant a public road- to be begin
gin begin at a point on the Ocala and Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship road at line dividing sections
26 and 27, tp 14, r 20, thence south southwardly
wardly southwardly between sections 34 and 35 to
township line of 15, range 20, thence
southwardly on line between 2 and 3,
10 and 11, 14 and 15, as near as prac practical
tical practical to Martel and 'Dunnellon hard
road and to discontinue the old Mar Martel
tel Martel and Fellowship road from Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship church to se4 of neVi of nei,
sec 34 ,tp 14, r 20, and from sw cor
of swl4 9 the7Cf o tn n rnr nf
nw4 of nw4 ,sec 11, thence se to se
cor of nwii, sec 13, tp 15. r 20, e, was
read, and on motion of Commissioner
t
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Petteway it was ordered that W. R.
Roe, L. D. Beck and Mabe Phillip be
appointed as commissioners, with W.
A. Moorhead, surveyor, to view, mark
and lay out the most practical route
under the petition, and report as ear early
ly early as possible. v
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk appeared rela relative
tive relative to an old lady now at Mrs.
Richie's, who is destitute and in need

of assistance. On motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Proctor it was ordered that
she be admitted to the county poor
farm .and that warrant be drawn for
$4 to Mrs. Richie's account for board.
Mr. Turne rappeared relative to
Hannah Williams, who was destitute
and in need of assistance. On moiton
of Commissioner Carmichael it was
ordered that Hannah Williams be ad admitted
mitted admitted to the poor farm.
N. J. Edwards appeared and asked
the recommendation of the board to
the comptroller to be allowed to re redeem
deem redeem the outstanding tax certificates
on sw4 of se of sec 15, tp 13, s, r
20, e, at face value of certificates and
omitted years taxes, wthout inter
est, y On motion of Commissioner
Proctor the recommendation was
granted.
Messrs. O. M. Gale ,J. M. Liddell
and J. E. Branch, as committee under
' a
petition by F. G. Buhl et al, returned
petition with a declination to serve.
On motion of Commissioner Proctor
this committee was excused.
On motion of Commissioner Proc
tor it was ordered that Dr. T. K.
Slaughter, S .G. Lovell and J. G. Den
nison of Levori be appointed commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to view, mark and lay out the
most practical route, and report as
early as practical, and the clerk was
intsructed to 'notify Messrs. Lightsey,
Goin and Reuben Redding what day
they will go over the route, so they
can be present.
Henry Gordon, superintendent of
hard .roads, filed his report for month
of August, which was read and filed
Tax Collector W X. Colbert filed
report of licenses collected during
August, 1911, showing collected for
state, $68.50; for county, $34.25, which
was read and filed.
Joha M. Graham, county treasurer,
filed report of collections and dis disbursements
bursements disbursements for -August, 1911, as fol
lows:
School Fund
Collections $6079.36
Disbursements 3431.60
Balance
Road Fund
Collections ...
Disbursements
..$2647.76
.$2783.57
. 2751.04
Balance. $
Fine and Forfeiture
32.5
Collections
Disbursements
Balance
$1501.66
. 520.2
$ 9S1.45
Building Fund
Collections $ 251.37
Disbursements... 250.00
Balance.
.$ 1.37
County Proper
Collections. $1047.71
Disbursements 1034.07
Balance.
.$ 1S.G4
Total balances $3676.75
Read and filed.
The following justices filed reports
showing no business during August,
1911: T. L. Johnson, A. O. Harper,
Alexander Wynne, C. C .Curry.
The following justices filed reports
of fines and costs imposed dutjring
August, 1911, as follows:
J. W. Lyles, fines $385; costs,
$79.81.
Z. A. McClaran, fines. $5; costs,
$2.65.
C. R. Veal, fines, 0; costs, $19.86.
L. L .Hopkins, fines, $5; costs,
$40.33.
D. R. Zetrouer, fines, 25; costs,
$7.86.
Read and filed.
Board adjourned until 7:30 a
Wednesday.
m.,
Wednesday Moralac ":-
Board met pursuant to adjournment
with all members present.
Bond for license to carry rifle by M.
R. Petzer ordered returned, not being
properly executed.
Bond of notary public by Paul C.
Marion with John M. Graham and L. F.
Blalock sureties, read and approved.
Bond by John P. Galloway, sheriff,
with G. D. Hogan, J. C. Boozer-and S.
H. Martin, sureties, read and ;jJproved.
Notary public bond by W. R. Ped Ped-rick
rick Ped-rick with G. D. Hogan. S. D. Stewart
and J. R. Blackiston sureties, read and
approved. m
Report of sheriff to the state auditor
of fines and costs imposed in Marion
county durtng August. 1911, showing
fines $760 and costs ?219.17. Sheriff
Galloway presented bill for extra ex expenses
penses expenses in case state vs. Waterman. On
motion of Commissioner Proctor it was
ordered that -county pay on'e-half of
bill and the sheriff pay one-half.

(Conclude! oa Second Page)

UHHR HI

A Man Who ay he Saw Seattle
Knock HI Wife Dewa and Shoot
t Her aw She Laid oa the
Ground
Chesterfield Courthouse, Va., Sept. 8.
With evidence closed and prosecu
tors and defense confident of giving
the case of Henry Beattie, Jr., to the
ury last night, all calculations as to
developments in the trial were upset
by Special Prosecutor Wendenburg's
announcement that he might ask the
court to reopen the case and admit the
testimony of a man who claims to
have been an eye-witness, whose name
is withheld, is now in a city a day and
a half distant Crom here.
Mr. Wendenburg received the infor
mation which may change the whole
aspect of the case in yesterday's mail.
The writer, who, until a few days aft
er the murder of Mrs. Beattie was a
farm hand employed on a place near
the scene of the crime, said that he
actually saw young Beattie kill his
wife saw him knock her from the au
tomobile with the butt of a shotgun
and then shoot her as she lay insensi
ble on the ground. He wrote that
Beattie threatened him when he found
that he had witnessed the deed, and
the following day gave him a suit of
clothe's and money with which to go
away. Though he kept quiet at first
because he was afraid, the man says
now he does not want Beattie to es
cape punishment and is willing to tes
tify.
At the outset the prosecutors were
inclined to think that this was just
another crank's letter, of which many
have been received by both sides since
the trial began. An investigation was
started, however, and several of the
writers' statements were Soon corro corroborated.
borated. corroborated. The Chesterfield farmer, men mentioned
tioned mentioned by the letter, acknowledged that
a man of the name used by the writer
was employed by him until a few days
after the murder, and further declared
it was a fact that the farm hand was
chasing a runaway cow on the night
the crime was committed.
Story of the Alleged Wltneaa
The letter writer gave a detailed ac
count of the tragedy as he claims to
have witnessed it. He said, in part:
I was in the pine woods on the
right hand side of the Midlothian pike
as you go out from Richmond, and I
saw a light. As I walked closer to the
road I saw an automobile standing al
most in the. middle of the road" fac facing
ing facing toward Richmond, and there were"
two people in it, a man and a woman.
They were both sitting in the front
seat.
"They were quarreling. I could hear
them talking loud, so I did not show
myself, but waited behind a tree about
10 feet from the' edge of the road in
the thick pine woods, to hear what
they said.
Woman Plea for Life
"The woman was pleading with the
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THE TAILOR
West Fort King Ave. Phcne 73

man. She was saying that she wanted

her love back again, and she did not
want the man to be cruel to her. The
man answered roughly.
"At one time I heard him say, I am
tired of all this, I am going to end
this.' Then I heard the woman say,
How are you going to end it'? The
man said something I could not hear,
and then I heard him say, "I'll show
you how I'm going to end it, He got
out of the machine and walked across
the opposite side of the road from
where I was, and then after he had
been there a minute he came back
with something in his hand. I could

not see what it was in the dark. Theiy order of Judge Watson of the Ches-

woman was standing .in the machine
in front of the left hand seat in r the
front part of the automobile when the
man came back. Both had been sit sitting
ting sitting in the front seat before he went
away to the side of the road.
"Just when the man came back I
heard the womari scream once. Then
the man who was standing in the
road swung what he had in his hand
and hit the woman on the right side
of the face. She fell from the ma machine
chine machine to the road, and she did not
make a sound.
For a minute the man stood look looking
ing looking at her, and then I heard him say,
"damn you, you're not dead yet. I'll
fix you. Then he up with a gun, which
was what he had hit the woman with,
and he shot her where she lay in the
road by the' front seat of the automo automobile.
bile. automobile. I did not see where he shot her.
I saw him throw the gun somewhere j
and he began to lift the woman's body
in the front seat of the automobile,
and I came out from the trees.
' The man turned around and saw
me, and he said me, 'did you see this?
"I told him yes I had seen it. "Damn,
what the hell are you going to do
about it?' he said. I didn't say any anything.
thing. anything. Then he began, to threaten me.
He said he was rich and had lots of
friends in Richmond, and if I told on
him he would have me killed some somehow.
how. somehow. He said nobody would believe
my story if I. appeared in court against
him anyway, and I had better get out.
He said he would give me some money
and a suit of clothes if I would go
away.
"I told the man I would go away.
Then he told me to come to Beattie's
store the next day- and there would
be some money for me. I went into
next day and he got me some money
and bought a sui of clothes. I stayed
in South Richmond for two days then,
but I was so scared and got so nervous
after that two days, I took the train
to this place."
HOW'S THIS?
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J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
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business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
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and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
MARTEL EPWORTH LEAGUE
On Tuesday night quite a successful
"box supper" was given at the W. O,
W. hall under the auspices of the Mar Martel
tel Martel Epworth League, and for its ben benefit.
efit. benefit. The ladies spent all of Tuesday pre preparing
paring preparing good things with which to fill
the beautifully decorated boxes, which
were disposed of to the gentlemen in
one sale, and the contents were then
spread and all joined together to en enjoy
joy enjoy the feast, and as all had enjoyed
quite a number of pleasant and amus amusing
ing amusing games, it. is needless to say that
full justice was done to the spread.
The proceeds of the supper will go
toward planting and beautifying the
"flower garden" recently planted at
the church by the league. Reporter.
ATTACKS SCHOOL. PRIXCIPAX.
A severe attack on School Principal
Chas. B. Allen of Sylvanla, Ga., is thus
told by him: "For more than three
years," he writes, "I suffered indescri indescribable
bable indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver,
and stomach trouble and diseased kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. All remedies failed until I used
Electric Bitters, but four bottles of
this wonderful remedy cured me com completely."
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INFORMATION WANTED
Information is wanted of the pres present
ent present whereabouts, if living, or any in information,
formation, information, as to death, of JOHN F.
COYLE, a retired engineer of the New
Tork Fire Department.
JOHN F. COYLE left the city of
New York in 1905 and was last heard
of from the Hotel DeKeyser, Ocala,
Fla., in the month of June, 1905.
Ira E. Miller, Attorney.
42 Broadway, Manhattan, N. Y. City.
COMMON COLDS MUST
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For unless cured they sap the vitality
and lower the vital resistance to more
serious infection. Protect your chil children
dren children and yourself by the prompt U3e
of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
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the throat, chest and lungs, it is an
ever ready and valuable remedy. For
sale by the Court Pharmacy.

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Vamprre aad Degenerate Will Peddle
Their Uaaavory Notoriety oa
the Stage
Richmond, Va.. Sept. 8. Paul Beat Beat-tie
tie Beat-tie and Beulah Binford, who have been
detained by the commonwealth as wit witnesses
nesses witnesses in the Beattie murder case.
were released from custody yesterday
terfield circuit court.
Paul Beattie immediately after his
release went to his home, remaining
there all morning with his family and
greeting friends. He says he does
not intend doing anything for the next
thirty days at least, and after that
time will go to New York and go on
the stage as a member of a vaudeville
team. Beattie has had no stage ex experience,
perience, experience, but his connection with the
trial of his cousin has brought him of offers
fers offers from a number of theatrical men
who believe he will prove an- attrac attraction
tion attraction at a certain class of theaters. Paul
says they have made flattering offers
for his services.
Blaford Girl la Moving Pictures
Beulah Binford remained in prison
several hours after Paul Beattie had
FULLER & AYER
DENTAIi SURGEONS
Office over Monroe & Chambliss Blc
OCALA .FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J.E.GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms IT, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
. Holder Block,
OCALA 'FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
I F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
1
OCALA - FLORIDA
Office Honrs, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5
p. m. Phone 211.
TERMS, CASH.
F. E McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt
ly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis
eases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
i DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
made on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Room 27, Holder Block
OCALA ... FLORIDA
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Frilly Guaranteed.
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Located at the Jeaeo Hospital oa Sooth
First Street. Wcot
OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promntlv Answered.
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OCALA. FLA.
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Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
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OCALA FLORIDA

walked rapidly from the frowning po"-,
tals. The cause of her delay was dis disclosed
closed disclosed just before noon by the appear appearance
ance appearance at the jail of agents far the New
3fork Film Company. They had pri private
vate private conference, with Miss Btnford Btnford-Later
Later Btnford-Later she announced that she had
signed a contract and would leave
with them for New York in the after afternoon
noon afternoon to pose for their moving picture
productions. ; --J.
Like Paul Beattie. Miss Binford has
received offers to go on the stage. She
has one offer to be "leading lady In
a cheap melodrama, and a half -score
of offers from vaudeville managers.
She says, she will, in all likelihood, ac accept
cept accept one of these offers.

' STOP THAT DANDRUFF
Before it kills your hair. You know
dandruff Is a germ disease and It leads
slowly, and surely to baldness and
there is only one way to cure dandruff
and that is to kill the. germ that causes
the trouble.
Greasy salves, will never do" this.
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and are guaranteed to cure dandruff,
itching scalp and all other germ dis diseases
eases diseases of the skin and scalp.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are the true
scientific remedies for .these afflictions.
To show our faith In ZEMO and ZEMO
SOAP we have instructed the druggist
selling them to refund your money if
you are not satisfied with the results
from the very first bottle and the "very
first cake of soap. ;
We can afford to make this offer be
cause one bottle of Zemo and one cake
of soap are sufficient to show their
healing qualities and if used according
to directions, they will effect a perma
nent cure.
Sold by druggists everywhere and in
Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.
PHI SIGMA FACULTY PRESENT
No 62, Fort Kls Avene, Oral, Fla
'Phoae 179
We do not canvass for pupils,4 but
will say that If you want your boys-
or girls taught higher1 branches or
prepared for anything," this is your
opportunity.
We invite to- our opening on the
11th inst., all persons interested in
school work. We'll entertain you for
a half-hour. G. C Looney, Pres.
A GREAT ADVANTAGE
TO WORKING MEN
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My Kidneys acted free and normal,
and that saved me a lot of misery. It Is
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LAND FOR SALE
For sale, forty acres of fine land
located at Fort McCoy and one mile'
west of Ocala Northern Railroad. Will
sell In ten acre lots if so desired.
xweniy acres cypress iiroDer ana
twenty acres pine and hammock. Per Perfectly
fectly Perfectly safe investment; will double in
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A F1EKIE NIGHT ALARM
Is .the hoarse, startling1 cough of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup. Oft
en it aroused Lewis Chamblin of Man Manchester,
chester, Manchester, O., (R. R. No. 2) for their four
children were greatly subject to croup.
"Sometimes In severe attacks," he
wrote, "we were afraid they would
die, but since we have proved what a
certain remedy Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely
on it for croup and for coughs, colds,
or any throat or lung trouble. So
do thousands of others. Bo may you.
Asthma, hay fever, lagrippe. whoop whooping
ing whooping cough and hemorrhages fly before
it. Fifty cents and $1. Trial bottle
free. Sold by Tydings & Company.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the firm
of Smith & Roberts has been, dissolv dissolved
ed dissolved by mutual consent. E. C Smith
continues the business and C. V. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts retires. The said Smith will re receive
ceive receive all funds due the old firm and
will pay all of its obligations.
E. C. Smith.
C. V. Roberts.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1st, 1911.
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TWO

OCAItA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER S. 1911.
i

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll. Proprietors.
B, R.-Carrroll, Basinets Manager.

J. H. Benjamin. Editor.

BEARS AND OTHER BRUTES

When the editor of the Star was a
13-year-old boy, a thlrtt of a century
ago, he lived in one of the mountain
counties of Georgia.
It was a beautiful country moun mountains
tains mountains that were cool and green In sum summer,
mer, summer, gorgeous and grand in autumn,
gray and grim, or shrouded in white
In, winter but always home-like and
companionate to thoe who knew and
loved them and took their imprint on
heart and mind to carry over land and
sea through all the years that follow followed.
ed. followed. Lovely little valleys lay between
the mountain ridges, and there were
sDrines and rivulets and creeks and

little rivers, running with cool, clear,
eparkling water that neither love nor
money' could obtain in many other
parts of the world. And one could buy
a gallon of very good whisky for a
dollar; consequently the people were
seldom drunk.
It was a good game country. Bears
were seldom, deer occasional, turkeys
and pheasants frequent, quail, squir squirrel,
rel, squirrel, rabbits, 'possums and "coons plen plentiful.
tiful. plentiful. Sometimes there was a wildcat,
and once in a long time a panther.
There were no game laws. None
were needed. The people followed the
methods of the Indian in hunting. .A
man would go out and kill what he
needed, and come home. Perhaps he
would shoot into a flock of quail on
the ground and kill half a dozen, but
he never shot at them all day, to show
his skill and see them fall. The men
and boys were all natural born marks marksmen.
men. marksmen. Their guns were mostly old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned squirrel rifles, for one of
Tvhich a pound of powder and five
pounds of lead made a fair supply of
ammunition for a year. There were
some shotguns, mostly single barrels,
and a few muskets used as shotguns."
Breech-loaders and repeaters were un unknown.
known. unknown. So was stealing..
The writer was a new comer to that
country and couldn't shoot like those
to the manor born. But he possessed a
gun, and managed to hit something
once in awhile.
In the late autumn of the year 1879,
a bear came over the mountain range
to the northward and began to make
trouble. lie had a fondness for pork,
honey and nocturnal rambles. He raid raided
ed raided pigpens and beehives. He was very
foxy, and managed to keep out of
harm's way, but scared several people

half to death.

or fifteen of them. They sat in their
dining room, which was also kitchen
and bedroom, and put away corn-pone,
sausage and pork chops (it .was hog
killing time) by the light of a pine
knot fire. Mr. King was a good man. a
kind man, and he greatly appreciated
a joke.
On this happy home, the writer in intruded,
truded, intruded, his eyes hanging out on his
cheeks, and his hair still standing up
from his late fright.
"Oh, Mr. King; Mr. King." he wildly
vociferated, waving his gun to jne
mortal danger of everyone present,
"I've killed the bear; I've killed the
bear!
Of course this announcement caused

some commotion, and in two minutes,
accompanied by Mr. King and his old

est boys, four men and as many guns,
he was on his way back to the scene
of the slaughter.
The party, with vgun muzzle? to the
front, and torches held over head,
pushed its way cautiously through the
bushes at the foot of the cliff. A huge
form lay in a massive, fearsome heap.
With rifles pointed full at it, the arm armed
ed armed men advanced and cast the light of
their torches on its vague outlines.
Mr. King looked long and closely.
Then he swore; then he laughed. "Bear,
hell!" said he., "You've killed my old
sow."
t t t t t
The worstthing about it was that
Mr. King's sow was a tame and affec

tionate animal, and was doubtless ad

vancing on the writer in hope of an

apple or having her back scratched.

A grapevine telegram from the sec

tion where Judge Bullock killed the
bear last Monday, says that the car

cass of a large hog has been seen
floating down the river. No connec connection
tion connection between the two incidents Is even
hinted at.

COUXTY COMMISSIONERS

(Continued from First Page)

On motion of Commissioner CarmI- days.

chael It was ordered that bill of Mrs.
Mary E. Bogie for $19.60 for taking
testimony in the case of state vs. 1.
P. Waterman and furnishing copy, b
refused.
Communication by W. A. Hocker, at attorney,
torney, attorney, read and filed.
Mrs. Mary E. Bogie presented bill
for $33.80 for writing out testimony in
case of state vs. W. G. Ayers. County
Attorney Hocker reporting on this bill
says that under section- 1847 of the
generl statutes she may be entitled to
this money but the bill should be item-

such defaulter be convicted upon.,, the
j charge so brought the law provides
j that he shall be fined not more thai
$10 or imprisoned more than thirty

We are calling attention to the
above- provisions of the law and are
sending them to you a3 your instruc instructions
tions instructions and trust iti will not be neces necessary
sary necessary for us to call your attention fur fur-them
them fur-them to these matters.
W. J. Crosby, Chairman.
M. M. Proctor.
S. W. Petteway.
W. T. Henderson.
C. CarmichaeL
Board of County Commissioners Mar Marion
ion Marion County, Florida.
Adopted at the meeting of the board

ized, stating the per diem to be $5 per j September 6th, 1911.

jday and 124c. per folio of 100 words, j "Letter from Dave T. Sherouse of
land not exceeding 6c. per folio of lOOtCitra read and filed.

v 1U1 i. 1 1 tai uJll luyj &llu ailcr j ICUUUUS main uu
this is done the bill should be certified j spectors by H. C. Lamb, S. B. Long, D.
to by Judge Bullock and if found cor-1 Williams, Porter Hull and A. B. Fort,
rect by the clerk, should be paid. The i were read and on motion of Commis Commis-clerk
clerk Commis-clerk was instructed to notify Mrs. j sioner. Carmichael a secret ballot was
Bogie of requirements and ask her to j taken, whereupon D. Williams received
get her bill in for October meeting. j three votes. H. G. Lamb one vote, and
The following instructions to the;Porter Hul1 one vote- 011 motion D D-road
road D-road overseers of Marion county, Fla., j Williams was recommended to the
having been prepared by Hocker & governor for appointment as inspector
Duval, county attorneys, were pre- jof marks and brands for Marion coun coun-sented
sented coun-sented and on motion of Commissioner
Henderson were ordered adopted and A delegation or committee from the
spread upon the minutes of the board j Marlon County Fair Association com com-and
and com-and a copy sent to each overseer in i posed of Judge W. S. Bullock, F. E.
the county: Harris, George MacKay, W. M. Gist

C. Chambliss appeared ana ad-

EASY TO ANSWER

Can a poor man, without the finan

cial aid of friends, be elected gover

nor or .Florida in a primary election.

and should a candidate for this office
accept financial aid of friends to ob obtain
tain obtain the office? Banner.

If a man's friends think he he is

worthy that to elect him would be a

service to the state as well as a grati

fication to themselves, the Star thinks
its proper for them to help him, and
for him to accept help; also, that

neither side should consider that any
strings are tied to the help.

To the Road Overseers of Marion

County, Florida:. We beg to call your ;

attention to your amies as roaa over- 1

seers as provided by the general
statutes and the acts of the Legislature
of the state of Florida, and hereby in instruct
struct instruct you to diligently perform these
duties:

Every able-bodied male

and Z.

'dressed the board in behalf of the fair

association asking aid in getting up a

premium list to be offered the citizens
of Marion county. On motion of

1.

person

Commissioner Carmichael It was or ordered
dered ordered that the board appropriate $500
to be used towards premiums for the
Marion County Fair for 1911.
Communication from Albert W. Gil-

TAKIXG EXAMINATIONS

Following are the names of the

white teachers who have been taking

examinations in Ocala this week:

Daisy E. Albertson, Candler; Mabel

K. Beck, Minnie Lee Carlisle, Lucella

McKeown, Mrs. Rex Green Todd,

Ocala; Maude Edwards, Micanopy;

The few who saw himjKathryn Farra, Mcintosh; Maggie Lee

said he was as big as a cow and his

tushes were a foot long.

One wintry afternoon in December,

the writer left his home to go to the
.postoffice a little matter of a two-

mue waiK across a mountain riage
about half as high as Lookout. On his
way back, he made a detour to come

through a field where he knew there
was plenty of game. His gun was a
.double-barreled shotgun of English

make it was a fine gun at that time
and place, though it would be a back-

number today.
As aforesaid, the writer as a marks

man, was only a seven-spot in the
deck, but that afternoon a rabbit and

several birds managed to get in the

way of the shot he turned loose from

time to time. At nightfall, he was two

miles from home, and most of the road

was a narrow trail along the mountain

side he couldn't walk it in daylight

now, but it was easy then.

But it didn t seem so easy. At one

place a little, narrow shelf of rock,

not much over a foot wide, ran be

tween the towering mountain above
and a fifty-foot drop below. Two- peo

ple could only pass by the one outside
holding to the other. With gun and

game-bag to the outside, and the inner

hand lightly patting the rock as he

walked along, the writer was maybe
half-way through this narrow pass
when a dark form and two fiery eyes
hlocked the path, and a fierce "whoof"

sounded like the trump of doom.

A bear always says, "whoof." So

does but we anticipate.

Was the boy scared? Oh, yes, he

was scared. He would have died of
fright if he hadn't been so badly scared
that he didn't know how badly he was

scared.

Of course it was the bear. It couldn't
be anything else. The reports of the
animal's size had been erroneous. It

wasn't as big as a cow. It was as big
as an elephant. Its eyes looked like
two auto lamps, or rather how two

auto lamps were going to look

The writer doesn't remember how
frightened he was. He only remem remembers
bers remembers he was so frightened that the

. perspiration was pouring out of every
pore, and that he was turning so cold
that he wondered if said perspiration

wouldn't freeze on him.

After awhile he remembered his gun

But a shotgun doesn't amount to much

against a bear, especially when a bear
is as big as a mastadon, with eyes like

two moons and a mouth like a rail

road tunneL And the gun was loaded
with squirrel shot. But he had some
huckshot in one pocket, and with
trembling fingers he dropped half a

dozen, or half a hundred, he didn't

know which, in each barrel.

Again the awful animal said

"whoof," and began to move forward.

It was do or die (and most likely

both) and the gun came up and both

barrels spouted fire and lead at the
eyes (now as big as suns) not ten

yards away.

Joe writer nas heard many a can

noTJ nre since tnem. out none ever

roared like that 12-bore shotgun

Luckily his shooting shoulder was out outside
side outside had it .been the other way he
and the gun would have gone over the
cliff together.
With a scream like a steam calliope,
the monster vanished in the blaze and
smoke and a tremendous crash told it
had been blown off the rocky path
into the chasm below. For maybe half
a dozen seconds the boy stood before
he could realize he was alive, and then,
Tamming heavy charges into his gun
as he ran, he made for the nearest
house.
It belonged to an old farmer named
King. Mr. King and his family were
eating supper. There were thirteen

Lytle, Stanton; Elizabeth Mizelle, Or Orange
ange Orange Lake; G. C. Flanders, Adrian, Ga.

BIDS WANTED

Rids for naintinar the interior of the

city market, one coat of white, will be
received by Mr. G. A. Carmichael,

chairman of the market committee of

the city council.

Ia H. VAA EXGEIKEN. M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postoffice Building, Room 4.

over the age of twenty-one years and christ to Hon. S. T. Sistrunk, clerk
under the age of forty-five years re- relative bond of Tax Collector W. L
siding in this county for thirty days Colbert account of the death of Ed Ed-and
and Ed-and residing in your district is subject ward Holder, one of the sureties, read
and liable to work on the roads and an(j on motion the clerk was instruct instruct-bridges,
bridges, instruct-bridges, unless such person has been e(j to write the governor that the bond
assessed for taxes either upon per- j j3 okay and is still $5000 in excess of
aonal or real property upon the coun-;am0unt required by law and has not
ty tax books, and you can summon been impaired.
such person to perform work on the j Letter and quotation by the' Cham Cham-roads
roads Cham-roads and bridges in your district for ; pion Supply Co., read and filed,
not exceeding five days in each year, j Letter and quotation by Northern
but you cannot require suchv person to j Ohio Blanket Mills of Cleveland, read
do such work for more than three days land filed.
in one week. Any person summoned j Communication by W. L. Bard of
may pay to the sheriff $1 for each day j Weirsdale, Fla., opposing road petition

that he shall be summoned to work in ; for road through a portion of section
lieu of performing the road work re-21, township 17 south, range 24 east,
quired of him. read and on motion was filed with said
2. It is vour duty to summon all road petition for future consideration.

LADIES' AND GENSLEUENSV

mm

For Correct Styles and
Real Values See

persons designated in the above para paragraph
graph paragraph numbered 1, in writing or in

person, giving at least tnree aays no-

Letter by L B. Bevis, representing
Geo. D. Barnard & Co., of St. Louis,
Mo., quoting prices on automobile

tice (except in case of storms of casu- 1 license tags, read. Clerk was instruct-

alities, when one day's notice is suf sufficient)
ficient) sufficient) of the time and place at which
such person shall be required to work

and the tools which 'he must provide quoting price price-himself;
himself; price-himself; such notice if in writing may read and filed,
be served by leaving it with a. mem-;' I-e.tter from
ber of the family of the person liable read and filed.

for road duty over twelve years of
age at his place of residence. You

cannot require any person to work on

ed to write to him to have samples
sent to W. L Colbert, tax collector.
Letter from Bruno Grosche & Co.,

on wood preserver,

Manufacturer's Record

Letter from R. C. Douglass of Citra

returning warrants in sundry cases
where costs had been paid by defend-

the public roads beyond the limits of ants, read and warrants were ordered
the road district in which such nerson cancelled.

NEW CROP SEEDS
I have just received a fresh lot of

the new crop, garden, flower and field

seed. Wm. Anderson, Druggist, Ocala.

LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
One cream mare with black mane

and tail, about 14 hands high, weight
about 700 pounds; branded on left hip

with circle S (S). If found please

notify George Leonardy, at Leesburg,

Fla. 9-6-dwlm

We challenge all competition with

the prices at our great Challenge Sale.
Opens Saturday. The Globe.

SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE
In cleaning up the remnants of pa

per about the office we have padded

and cut a quantity of paper Into dif

ferent convenient sizes for office

work. 25 or 50 cents will get you

enough 01 these paas to ngure the age
of Ann on. The Star Office.

UP-TO-DATE MAP?

Latest maps of Florida and all oth

er states at Ballard's.

One dollar will buy as much as two

if you spend it at the Globe's great
Challenge Sale which opens Saturday.

lives.
3. It is your duty to supply to the
sheriff of Marlon county a list of all
persons summoned by you to do work
on the roads and bridges in your dis district
trict district who shall refuse to do such work

for the number of days for which you
summoned such person to work.
4. The law provides that any person
failing or refusing to work the roads
when notified by you and also failing
and refusing to pay $1 per day in lieu
thereof, shall be liable to have any
personal property that he may have
or be possessed of seized and sold by
the sheriff to satisfy such amount for
which he is liable.
5. The law also makes it your duty

i Letter from J. F. Thompson, agent
A. C. L Railway Co., saying road
'crossing Ocala and Blitchton road near
; Ocala had been repaired, read and or-
dered filed.

Letter from B. I. Hull of Conner,
read and ordered filed.
Letter C. H. Rivers relative metal
culverts read and clerk was instructed
to write Mr. Rivers that the board
would not buy any metal culverts at
this time.
Letter of the Kelly Springfield Road
Roller Co. read and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Carmichael it was ordered
that warrants be drawn as per con contract.
tract. contract. Judge Joseph Bell filed certificates

Miss Mary Affleck has just
returned from the fashion center
of the west and now has on exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition the latest creations in shapes,
and street hats, in all the leading
colors, especially the pretty delicate
shades and white.
Call and See Them.
In Commercial Dank Dnilding j
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT

The second floor of the Bell apart

ment house on Fort King avenue is

for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the

court house.

HOTEL FOR SALE

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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 postoffice.
fice. postoffice. 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 Za rooms
and is now enjoying a splendid busi

ness,, 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 tne price, io,uuu

$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

oaotographs. It will not be long on

the market. I nave the sole agency

for tSe sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Montesatna Block Oeals, Fla.

(EATINGS CAFE I

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

of convictions in his court.

within ten days after each road work P Goolsby filed letter withdrawing
ing to file a complaint against all per- annlication for recommendation to

sons summoned by you to work the governor as mark and brand inspector

roads in your sub-division who have district No. 1, which was accepted,
without legal or sufficient excuse fail- Letter by Henry Wallace, president
ed or refused to obey such summons the Third National Conservation Con Conor
or Conor to do the work required of them, ,,. askinsr the aoDointment of del-

which complaint you are to file before e&ates to convention to be convened in
the justice of the peace having juris Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 25. 26 and 27.
diction of the district in which your ; read and on motioi S. W. Petteway
subdivision is located or before the j wags appointed delegate from this
county judge of Marion county. If j Doar(J at his own expense.
... Applications for recommendation" of

j board to the governor for the appoint-
ment of a game warden for Marion
'county by Ernest Roberts. A. J. Brig Brig-jance,
jance, Brig-jance, S. J. McCuHyi P. Williams and
!Chas. A. Savage were read. On motion
jof Commissioner Proctor it was order ordered
ed ordered that they be held over until the

j board can be advised relative the pres pres-i
i pres-i ent game law.
j Letter by J. N. McQuaig, ferryman at
(Eureka, relative to duties of ferryman,
jread. On motion of Commissioner
! Carmichael it was ordered that the

clerk have a new set of rules for fer ferrymen
rymen ferrymen printed on suitable cards and a
card mailed to each ferryman in coun-

jty and that all persons be transferred
(free of charge seven days of the week
! from sunrise to sunset.

Affidavits of publication of "notice
of application for permit to sell wines
and beer in election district No. 1 of
Marlon county, Florida," by C. Carmi Carmichael.
chael. Carmichael. The Carmichael & Son Company,
G D. Hogan, Ocala House Wine Rooms,
Ocala House Wine Rooms Annex and
Keating & Company, were filed in reg regular
ular regular form and properly executed and
it appearing that due notice of publi publication
cation publication had been made and no objec objection
tion objection having been made or filed it was
on motion of Commissioner Proctor
ordered that nermits as applied for

be granted.
Affidavits of publication of "notice
of application for permit to sell wines
and beer in election district No. 24 of

Marion county, Florida." by Harry
Peter, J. S. Pedrick, B. F. Duke, W. C.
O'Bannon and J. L Trotter, were filed
in regular form and properly execut executed
ed executed and it appearing that due notice of
publiction had been made and no ob objections
jections objections having been made or filed, it
was ordered on motion of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Proctor that permits as applied for
be granted.
Application for permit to sell liq liquors,
uors, liquors, wines and beer in election dis district
trict district No. 24, of Marion county, by H.
B. Robinson, was read. On motion of
Commissioner Carmichael it wa3 or ordered
dered ordered that advertisement be made of
such application, returnable Oct. 2nd,
1911.

DON'T BUY AN AUTOMOBILE UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN

hie m

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THE BEST CAR VALUES

THE NEW MAXWELLS
Have Columbia Radiators and Foil Floating Dactt Axles, d fire
the Handsomest Cars on tie market

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As we employ none bat experts we are la posltlsa te saaraatee ev every
ery every piece of work we eoastrvet to stand the iaspeetfea mt .the at t
rigid Inspectors. It costs notalas; te aret onr fiaree, aad yea ara the
wlamer, whether we secure the coatraet or mot. Give as a trial.
M. W. TlfcJCIKEIIS

FORT KI.NG BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA.

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IT IS PAX SEASON'

And we are not alluding to baseball
either. But those hot days make the
breeze dispensing electrical fans ne necessary
cessary necessary in every office, store, factory
and home. Our business is to install
these and take care of them as well as
furnishing all kinds of electrical sup supplies
plies supplies for every purpose. We are very
reasonable in charges and prompt in
our work.
H. W. TUCKER
Corner South First Street and Osce Osceola
ola Osceola Avenue. .PHONE 30C

(Concluded on Thirl Page)

Our Style Hook Ss

for our patrons to select their
own fashions. We show them
a splendid selection of up-to
date designs in the finest
fabrics, and we make a Suit

to measure with the under under-'standing
'standing under-'standing 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
tom custom afterwards.

THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO.

! MERCHANT TAI10SS CtU,ltOUtJfl



OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911

'Digestii

Woodmen meet this evening.

Additional local on sixth pa.ge.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Florida raised rye at Ocala Seed
Store.

Remember the great Challenge Sale
opens rjt the Globe Saturday morning.
1000 bushels of Texas Red Rust
Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.

OP IXTEREST. TO AUTO OWNERS

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofnce Drugstore.

Mr. C. R. Thrash of Gainesville is at
the Ocala House.

"Digestit.

If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills' studio.

Mr. J. AV. Pedrick of Orlando is at
the Ocala House.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

For indigestion or sour, stomach use
Digestit at the Court Pharmacy.

Remember the great Challenge, Sale
opens at the Globe Saturday morning.

Mr. J. W. Dougherty of Wauchula Is
a guest of the Montezuma. f

You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.

'Digestit.'

Mr. E. D. Bell of Pine -was in town
today and paid the Star a pleasant
call

WANTED Position as woodsman
with good turpentine operator. D.
Wynne, Witblacoochee, Ga.

Mrs. Susie Sander's of Hernando, was

at the Ocala House yesterday.

"We challenge all competition with
the prices at our great Challenge Sale.

Opens Saturday. The Globe.

E. T. Dickenson and P. W. Sessions

of Tampa were at the Ocala House

last night.

One dollar will buy as much as two
if you spend it at the Globe's great
Challenge .Sale which opens Saturday.

Geo. P. Long ana S. S. Furen of

Gainesville were at the Ocala House

yesterday.

Don't meet your friend with a frown.

Use Dierestit. and meet him with a

smile. The Court Pharmacy.

Mrs. Chris Otto Anderson of Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. O.. was a suest of the Ocala

House yesterday.

Smoke Cuban Club o cent cigars.

You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'

studio.

L. J. Langulen, J. O. Collins, B. H

Hopkins and Jno. L. Williams of Jack

sonville were at the Montezuma yes
terday.

Llcemte Law Pad at the Last Se Se-ftton
ftton Se-ftton of tke Lesllatare Before
Judge Balloek
Proceedings were -had in chambers
yesterday afternoon that will be of
great interest to the automobile own owners
ers owners of the entire state.
The proceedings resulted from the
arrest of Mr. J. H. Spencer, of the
Ocala Gas Engine Works, by Sheriff
Galloway, for failure to pay the
license tax that the legislature under
section 6212, fixes upon automobile
owners and habeas corpus proceed proceedings
ings proceedings were brought by Mr. Spencer's
attorney, Mr. H. M. Hampton, to test
the lagality of the act.
Mr. Hampton argued the case for
three hours before Judge Bullock. He

cited a great many eminent authori

ties to show that the act was illegal,
and made a strong and most able ar argument,
gument, argument, with enough authorities, it

looked to the Star reported, who heard j

part of his argument, to convince any
one that the act was not a good one.

Mr. Hampton attacked the act on

the grounds that it does not operate
uniformly upon all persons using the

public roads and highways, but

singles out automobile owners, com compelling
pelling compelling them to keep up' the public
roads and not fixing a similar license

tax upon any other vehicle. That it
imposes a revenue tax as distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished from a license fee.

That it is duplicate taxation, an ad-

valorem tax having already been as assessed
sessed assessed upon the automobile.

That there is no authority to impose

a license tax upon any person for the
use of the roads-, or highways.

That it cannot be classified as an oc

cupational tax, most of the vehicles so

taxed being owned and operated by

persons for their private convenience

or pleasure.

That the title of the act is defective

in that it purports to license automo

biles when the act itself provides for

a road fund and not a privilege tax.

That the constitution of our state

requires the county judges to issue all

licenses and this act makes no pro

vision for the issuing of it, and that a

tax cannot be collected by fine or im

prisonment, but by levy and sale of

property.

Mr. E. W. Davis represented the

state and made a strong argument in
favor of the act, citing some authori authorities
ties authorities sustaining his points.

Judge Bullock has the matter of the
legality or illegality of the act under
advisement and will render a decision
in a day or so. If the judge rules that
the act Is legal, Mr. Spencer and his

attorney, Mr. Hampton, will appeal the

case to the supreme court of the state.

The result of the case will be watch

ed with a great deal of Interest as if

effects the pocketbook of 'every auto

bile owner in the state, and there are

several thousand of them.

Wtnat Else is There, Madam,

Vital

You insist that all other foods be utterly sterile. Why don't
you insist on a germless milk? Why not a whole, rich milk?

So

as Milk?

BXCELLEVT PROGRAM AT

THE AIR DOME THIS EVENING

If a child wanted raw meat

.you would quickly forbid it.

But isn't the danger of germ
infection many times as great
in raw milk?
If water was germ -laden

you would boil before drinking. But raw milk is
s, germ-breeder, and is always germ-laden. What
do you do about that?
Careful people are coming to sterilized milk.
And the best milk of that kind produced in Amer America
ica America is Van Camp's rich Holstein milk.
Just Natural Milk
In the rich dairying districts of seven northern
states we milk 30,000 cows per day.
Tfaey are pure-bred Holsteins, kept in model
dairies. They are guarded by constant inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. Close to each dairy is an evaporating plant,
conducted with hospital cleanliness. The milk
fresh from the cows is brought to those plants and
placed in a copper vacuum.
There we evaporate two-thirds of the water.
And, because of the

vacuum, the evaporat evaporat-ting
ting evaporat-ting is done without a
scalding heat.
Nothing is added
no sugar, no starch, no
preservative. Nothing

Caramel Ice Cream
Beat two eg?s and add to
one pint water and one pint
can of Van Camp's Milk.
Put one pound dark brown
sugar in a skillet, let it be become
come become a reddish brown, and
put it in the custard while
still hot. Let cool, pour
in one pint more of Van
Camp's Milk and freeze. If
liked, one cup chopped nuts
may be added.
Write for our book of 131
recipes, including all sorts
of ice cream.
Van Camp Packing Co.
Indianapolis, Ind.

but water is taken out. When you replace the
water you have a milk exactly the same as it
came from the cow, save for sterilization.
Exceedingly Rich
This milk when evaporated is as thick as thick
cream. It is so rich that you add one part water
for coffee, for cereals or ice cream. It is 28 per
cent solids, 8 per cent butter fat.
When you use it in cooking it gives a richness
and flavor unknown from milkman's milk. The
reason is this:
Milkman's milk always separates. The butter
fat rises and the solids fall. The milk which
comes to your cooking is rarely more than a
half-milk.
Van Camp's is whole milk. It has all the but butter
ter butter fat, all the solids belonging to the richest milk.
Make one milk dish with it and find out what a
difference this whole milk makes.
Saves About Half
If Van Camp's is reduced to the usual milk's
richness the cost will figure about six cents per
quart.
We save you the cost of the milkman's daily
delivery, and that is more than the milk cost.
And we save you the waste. Van Camp's
means a cow in the pantry. Rich milk or cream

whenever you want it. All that you want. an4
no more. An cpectd can keeps until you use
it up.
This saving in cost, plus the saving of waste,
in the average home will cut milk bills in two.
You can get the utmost in milk pure, sterile,
whole, rich milk for less than you pay the the-milkman.
milkman. the-milkman.
A $100,000 Milk
We have spent in seven years over $. 00,090V
to bring Van Camp's Milk to its present match

less standard. We have employed

pose the ablest Swiss and Dutch ex

tic p-.r-

The result is the finest milk produced ir. Amer America
ica America unexcelled by any milk in Switzerland cr
Holland. Yet it costs no more thtn common
evaporated milks. It costs far less than milkmen
charge for germ-laden milk from monjrel cows.
A single day's use will make you forever a con convert.
vert. convert. You will always insist en Van Camp's.

The 16-oz. can a full pint of Van Camp's,

costs 10 cents. The 6-oz.
can costs 5 cents. Your
grocer has it, shipped from
our nearest dairy. Ask
him now to send you
some. Know what pure
milk means.

Van Gamp's Milk
Evaporated -Sterilized Unsweetened

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

The Air Dome will have the follow following
ing following superb subjects this evening',
which you can see while the band
plays:
The New Editor.
The CooTt
The Heart of a Jsavagre.

DR. J. W. MOOD'S TELEPHONES
Office, 23.
Residence, 295

Jersey cow for sale. Third calf, gives
24 pounds 'milk a day. Without calf,
price 150. Abner Pooser.

H. B. Lancaster of Silver Springs, J.
Elston of Dunnellon and J. L. Holland
af Zuber were at the Montezuma yesterday.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postofnce Drugstore.

J. G. Culpepper and wife of Silver
Springs were at the Montezuma yesterday.

FOR SALE 15000 shares Night
Hawk .(Trash.) lc. (one and half
cents). Write for special offer. 'Box
33, St. Augustine, Fla.

F. A, Cervington .of Baltimore, Gor Gordon
don Gordon McDaniel of New York and R. L.
Williams .of Tampa -were at the Mon Montezuma
tezuma Montezuma last night.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Don't send your pictures out of town
to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills 6tudk. We can make them in
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
are right.

" M. lT Schuffman of East Liverpool,
O., H. G. Carnathan of Gulfport, Miss.,
and Henry Call of Monaco, Fa., were at
the Montezuma last night.

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.

"Digestit."

Mr. Olebia Landers left yesterday on
his happy mission to Fort Myers. He
and his bride are expected to return in
a few days.

One dollar will buy as much as two
If you spend it at the Globe's great
Challenge Sale which opens Saturday.

We challenge all competition with
the prices at our great Challenge Sale.
Opens Saturday. The Globe.

Your kodak work can be finished in
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills studio.

We challenge all competition with
the prices at our great Challenge Sale.
Opens Saturday. The Globe.

Mrs. M .O. Stewart and three child child-Ten
Ten child-Ten arrived this afternoon from Titus Titus-ville.
ville. Titus-ville. and will make their home here.
Mr. Stewart has been in Ocala for the

past month. They have rented the
house, No. ICS. North 2nd street.

Of ii mm
10 AGRUB

The Ocala Fertilizer Company has

bought the seed department of Baxter

Carn and will continue the business in

the same place under the name of

'Ocala Seed Store."
We have in a fresh supply of seeds,

and will try to keep -everything in the

seed line. We will appreciate the con

tinuance of the custom already estab established
lished established in this department, and solicit

any new business, guaranteeing

prompt and courteous service to all.
WE ARE GOING TO SELL SEEDS
AND FERTILIZERS AND SELL THEM
RIGHT. We are prepared to buy all
the VELVET BEANS and PEANUTS
we can secure and a limited amount
of HAY, CORN, POTATOES, SYRUP,
etc. We expect to build up a trade in
all these farm products, and if the
FARMER will help us, we will give
him a good market for every stable so
that every farmer will know where to
sell and where to buy. Come to see
us and make our place headquarters.
W. D. CARN, Manager.

LOST Between Frank's sto:-e and
Camp's residence, a souvenir pocket pocket-book
book pocket-book of the Marion County Fair, con containing
taining containing $12 in bills. Finder please re return
turn return same to Star office and receive
reward. 9-5-9

To prevent pneumonia, a cold settled
in the lungs should be attended to at
once. Put a HERRICK'S RER PEP PEPPER
PER PEPPER POROUS PLASTER on the chest
and take BALLARD'S HOREHOUND
SYRUP internally. It's a winning
combination. Buy the dollar size Hore Hore-hound
hound Hore-hound Syrup; you get a porous plaster
free with each bottle. Sold by all
druggists.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
PostofSce Drugstore.

"I have a world of confidence in
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I
have used it with perfect success,"
writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, Poolesville,
Md. For sale by all dealers.

FORT KING CAMP NO. 14.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.

Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
Sept. S, 1911, at Yonge's Hall.
Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

Smoke Cuban Club 3 cent cigars.

(Continued from Second Page)
Communication by the Ocala Well
Drilling Company and bill for material
and work at poor farm read and same
was ordered returned for authority of
Commissioner Petteway, commissioner
in charge of poor farm.
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael it was ordered that the clerk
write to the manufacturers of road

machinery and get prices for four road
scrapers same as now in use by L. L
Priest.
C. M. Livingston appeared in behalf

of Levy Jones and presented -certificate
and asked the recommendation of the
board to the comptroller that Levy
Jones be granted the cancellation of
the outstanding tax certificates on
nw4 section 4, township 15 south,
range 21 east, account of the land be being
ing being exempt from taxation under the
widow's exemption clause. On motion
of Commissioner Carmichael recom recommendation
mendation recommendation was granted.
Communication by H. H. Duncan,
clerk of board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Lake county, as follows: I was
directed by the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Lake county at their
meeting of Aug. 7. 1911, to request yom
to co-operate with them in making
out the boundary line dividing Marion
county from Lake county from Sellar's
Lake north to Lake George by direct directing
ing directing your county surveyor to meet
Sandy "McEaddy, surveyor for Lake
county, to blaze out and post said
dividing line." Read and clerk was
instructed to notify Mr. Duncan that
the county does not at present see the
necessity for running this line.
The following communication was
read:
"Tavares, Florida."
"To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners of Marion County, Fla.:
Resolved, by the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Lake county, that we re respectfully
spectfully respectfully urge xT;on the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county,
ty, county, that the road between Ocala and
Leesburg be completed by hard sur surfacing
facing surfacing that part of said road between
North Lake Weir and the Lake county
line near Conant. and thereby com completing
pleting completing a continuous hard road from
Ocala to Leesburg and thence through
Lake and Orange counties to Orlando
and the St. Johns river.
"A. L. Russell, Chairman."
"H. H. Duncan, Clerk."
Read and on motion of Commissioner
Carmichael the clerk was instructed to
write the Lake county board that as
soon as possible Marion county will
hard surface and complete this road
from North Lake Weir to Conant. or
the Lake county line.
Communications from B. B. Bachel Bachel-der
der Bachel-der of Bunnell, Fla., W. R. Rannie of
Jacksonville, Fla., and J. M. Felder, of
Lake City, Fla., relative material from
jail read and on motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Proctor the clerk was instruct instructed
ed instructed to write the parties giving size,
dimensions of steel works and size of
openings and ask for bids f. o. b.
cars Ocala of jail that this county has
for sale.
Judge Joseph Bell filed report of
fines, forfeitures and costs for month
of August, 1911, showing fines impos imposed,
ed, imposed, $285. costs$ 198.32.
Report of committee to view, mark
and lay out road from Anthony hard
road to the Ocala and Silver Springs
road, read and approved as follows:
"Ocala. Fla. .Sept. 4. 1911."
"To the Honorable Boar of County
Commissioners, Marion County. Fla.:
Gentlemen We, the undersigned, hav having
ing having been duly appointed by your hon honorable
orable honorable body to view and mark out the
route for a public road according to a
petition presented at your last meet

ing, and signed by citizens and prop property
erty property owners along said route, beg
leave to report as follows:
"Commencing at the intersection of
the Anthony hard road and the right
of way of the S. A. L. Ry. and on the
south side of said railway in sec 8, tp
15 s, of r 22 e, thence running n 60 deg,
e 8 chs to the center of said sec 8,
thence running due e 40 chs to the e
boundary of said sec 8, thence continu continuing
ing continuing e 80.15 chs to the e bdy of sec 8,
at the ? sec cor, thence continuing e
26.60- chs to the center of the Ocala
and Silver Springs hard road in sec 11,
in tp 15 s, of r 22 e.
"The entire route is staked on a
direct line between duty established
points at every 10 chains, except
where fences have been built to con conform
form conform to said line.
"Respectfully submitted,
"G. D. Hogan,
4G. R. Smith
"Jas. R. Moorhead,
"Commissioners."
Clerk was instructed to enter ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for opening said road ac according
cording according to law.
S. W. Petteway, commissioner in
charge of county poor farm,' filed his
report as follows, which was read and
approved:
"To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Marion County, Fla.:
Gentlemen Owing to the fact that I
always defer visiting the poor farm
until Wednesday afternoon on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning of each meeting of the
board, I have not made said visit up to
this writing, Wednesday morning, and
viewing the fact that the board will
finish its work today, I beg to omit
the visit at this meeting. I feel sure
the conditions generally surrounding
the institution are in first class condi condition
tion condition and of such nature that would
meet with the approval of your entire
body.
"And, too, having visited the insti institution
tution institution not over 10 or 12 days ago, and
will D. V.) pass that way and make
further and necessary inspection in
the next six to teen days. I find there
to be, as before, nine inmates, seven
colored and two white, also, as "you
know, we have at this meeting agreed
to admit two others.

" lam in possession of the superin superintendent's
tendent's superintendent's report, which I believe to be
correct, and have approved itemized
statements corresponding with same
from the following parties, including
superintendent's salary and washing,
etc.: Superintendent's salary, 25;
cooking and washing, $22; M. E. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, $30.74; J. J. Guthery, $27.05;
Helvenston & Pasteur Co., $7.80; Teu Teuton
ton Teuton & Peoples, $7.50; McLaughlin &
Tolar, $2.75; Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,
$2.40. Total, S125.24.
"Respectfully submitted,
"S. W. Petteway,"
"Commissioner in Charge."
Bonds for license to carry pistol by
C. T. Perry, J. W. Atkinson, W. H.
Sherouse, E. P. Townsend, W. B. Cog Cog-gins,
gins, Cog-gins, H. R. Luffman, Arthur E. Clif Clifton,
ton, Clifton, S. V. Knoblock, David H. Hooker,
L C. Stanton and N. C. Caldwell, read
and approved.
Bonds for license to carry rifle by
Peter Lundguist, W. H. Brown, Ray J.
Baker and Clarence C. Wallace, read
and approved.
All bills approved ordered paid.
Board adjourned until next regular
meeting in October, unless sooner con convened
vened convened by chairman.

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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained on

physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. MagH

nificent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dormi-l

tones, dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.

BEFORE YOr REACH THE LIMIT
Of physical endurance, and while your
condition is still curable, take Foley
Kidney Pills. Their quick action and
positive results will delight you. For
backache, nervousness, rheumatism,
and all kidney, bladder and urinary
trouble?. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

THIS IS A SIGNED GUARANTEE OF SAT SATISFACTION
ISFACTION SATISFACTION BY THE MANUFACTURERS OF

White, Wile & Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W Ring, au authorize
thorize authorize the retailer to sell their Rings vith an absolute guarantee of
satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (except
cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every
detail. If you wish to buy a ring that will give you entire satisfaction
and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W. rings. Look for
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid gold.
WHITE, WILE & WARNER
Makers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In '
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Fee Fee As

All EXTRAORDINARY SALE OE

Extraordinary Quality in
Men's Furnishings
It's an easy matter to be well well-dressed
dressed well-dressed if you buy your furnishings
at the Globe. Nothing sold here
but what is correct and up-to-the-minute.
You'll need no urging to
lay in a supply tom these specials.

President Suspenders, the- best 50c.

suspender on the market.
Sale price

39c

Genuine Guyot Suspenders, the im imported
ported imported one. Best made, o

Sale price.',

A big variety of 25c suspenders to

sell at 19c. Some as cheap
as

9c

Genuine Scriven Elastic Seam Draw

ers. 75c. is the price ev
ery where. At

Imitation Scriven Drawers,
50c. kind at
Imitation Scriven Drawers,
39c kind at.
Balbriggan Undershirts 35c
values at
Balbriggan Undershirts, 50c
values at

50c
39c
25c
21c

39c

We have a lot of Otis' best make un underwear,
derwear, underwear, made to sell at $la gar

ment, we will sell during
this sale at

In long and short sleeves, also
drawers to match.

a token of appreciation of yotir trade, we will enlarge -a; picture. fi?ee foi?

23c-J..2c -zm THF B!fi(?FST RLFflniMG Sfll F fiF

Men's Nainsook Coat Shirts

and Knee Length Drawers

Amoskeg Gingham, the best on the

market, value 10c, sale JJJjQ

Outing Flannels, solid and fancy

colors, 10c and 12c quality, Q
at ... OC
The above are only a few items of
our dry goods. We have a very large
variety and are almost sure you will
find what you want.

Ladies' 7c Handkerchiefs in
this sale at

Men's Hanhkerchiefs,
and colored borders

5c

white A
4C

Laces and Embroideries
Beautiful laces and embroideries
in dainty profusion, in every breadth
and of 'charming design. This dis display
play display is irresistable, and the prices
unbelieveable. You will say so
when you see the goods.
Take advantage of our free offer
to enlarge your pictures.

Miscellaneous

Fancy Table Oilcloth 25c.
value, yprrU

Don't forget to take advantage of
our free offer to enlarge your pictures.

15c

Nottingham Lace Curtains, white,
length three yards, width 28 in inches;
ches; inches; handsome inner border, out outer
er outer border of scroll design. A

50c

Men's B. V. D. Underwear,
50c values at

Men's Soft Collars, 15c kind
.three for

Men's rubber rain coats
slip-ons at

Sun Silk Garters, 25c kind
at ..

39c
25c

$2.98

15c

Pair

J. & P. Coates Spool Thread
at

4c

Perfection Mosquito Canopy, attach

able to beds, best of
its kind, at

$1.89

Colgates' Talcum Powder, put up in
attractive four-ounce cans with
sprinkle tops, Violet and Cash-

mere Bouquet, 25c value,
sale price

10c

Men's Night Shirts, plain white
muslin, sloped shoulders, curved
armhole3, double stitched with

military collars in this
sale at

50c Silk Ties at this sale for
only
15c Silk Ties at this sale for
only

Men's Wash Ties to go in this
sale for

15c five-ply Collars in this
sale at.

43c
39 c
19c

9c

10c

10c four-ply collars in this sale o
at OC

Men's 50c Belts to go in this
sale at
Men's 25c Belts in this sale
.at

39c
19c

Children's Chambray Rompers, made
in bloomer style with one pocket
and tastefully trimmed, fti
sale price mIC

Good Pearl Buttons, first qual
ity, per dozen

Ball Thread, in this sale two
balls for
Pins, 200 to each paper, in this
sale for
Handkerchiefs for Children in
this sale at ...

Trufit Ladies' Corsets in this
sale for

Children's Drawers,
at

4c
lc
lc

lc

10c

all sizes, Q

O- lAlCk
Muslin Underwear
At .the value of the plain muslin
in yards almost, without consider considering
ing considering the cost of making and trim trimmings.
mings. trimmings. And you don't have to make
it over when you get it home, either.
Our muslin underwear is well-made,

as well as being a fine quality of

goods.

Ladies Underskirts
sale for

Night Gowns at this sale for
only.
Chemise, $1 quality in this
sale for

Chemise, $1.25
this sale for

Men's $1 Shirts in this sale 7A
for I7C

Men's 89c Shirts in this sale
for
Men's 50c Shirts in this sale

Children's Overalls up to age Ol
twelve, at C

Men's Half. Hose, 10c quality
at

7c

Men's Fancy Mercerized Half 1
Hose, 25c kind at IOC

Men's Fancy Half Hose, Wilson

Brothers' best 50c hose
made, at

25c
25c

Short Chemise, 50 quality in
this sale for
Embroidered Underskirts in
this sale for
Black Satin Underskirts in
this sale for
Underskirts, $1.50 quality,
for

Silk Undersirts in thi3
sale for
$3.50 Underskirts at this
sale for

$1.50 Night Gowns in this
sale at

Children's Drawers in this sale
for

Corset Covers, nicely trim trimmed,
med, trimmed, at

59c Corset Covers,
neatly trimmed, at

'f:3. 43c

43c
79c

quality at

39c

69c
49c
98c

$1.98
$2.49

98c

9c

15c

"7. 39 c

Clothing
Men's Blue Serge, all wool, $15
Single and Double dQ QC
Breasted Suits at
Men's Fancy Suits, very latest mod models,
els, models, $15 value, in df f QO
this sale P1VS70

One lot odds and ends Suits from

$10 to $15 values, in
this sale

EVER cr

Oar entire fcfn xtore hss been transfer ced cn!3 yc;
and most beautiful b til Uses carritdV For oczlis v:zl
high grade mercbsadise which m aie lnauflorctica taL
new friends and costaners not c!jr ia Ocda bet in Qe sr
man, woman and child in this sectiea the J
Many Advantages of Svp
We keep nothing bat h!-!raty coeds; cad crrr
guarantee all we sell and ALL CCriET 17ILL DE DEf t)rZ
We want yon to' thoroccy caderstaad Csat TfcsC
yon. At The Globe, it's a esse cf "Cace a Ccslciaer. Air;:
The Most of thj
In this Dig CballecSsle we are coing'fo sarca;

afford to miss. It's an oppcrtaaity that spells "S-A-V-I-Ui
opening week. Be among the first and be sare to cet yc:

SI

$6.98

$14.98

Dllll Men's 50c Shirts in this sale OA Pure Silk wait tioe, ouc.

Don't fail to take advantage of
our free offer to enlarge your pictures.

$20 Suits, High Art
make, at

Men's Pants, all sizes and color3,
worth $1.75 at $1.24. Some to go
in this sale at the low QQ
price of OC
We have too large a line to enum

erate them and quote prices, but a

look will convince you that we can
save you money on everything you
buy from us. We refund money
without a question.
The quality of our clothing we
invite you to investigate .to your
complete satisfaction, and we do
not ask you to take our word for it.
But what we want to tell you about
now particularly is the prices.
Come and look at the clothing and
see if the prices are not astonishing astonishingly
ly astonishingly convincing of our intention to
give you the best for the least pos possible
sible possible amount.
How about you having your pic picture
ture picture enlarged? We enlarge them

free.

Your time will be pleasurabl

The Globe

To pnnnuraft all the barnains tv have Is &f re f

newspaper space is expensive, therefore, we will fast tac
of the small cost. Yea will be the loser if yea dca't iz

Satisfied Cusiomei

and we mean to do everything in our power to eatisl

mean to see that no one goes away dissatisfied, and w
giving shall become a household word in Ocala. A
Honesty and Fair Dealing, combined with the lowes
steps inside our store, to go away satisfied, and we in
you, and we will either give you something that docc j
A Dollar Saved, Is a Dollar Earned, r

opening day SATURDAY SfSPTELlDEn Cd

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recoonize it. It is ablcca with barcains in f i newest

Innninn ond nronarinn fAt fhic flifT TKalTonnp Sj!p nf

rwJCD icc sccpi: ui cur ubsiiicss acquainiaiict: auu mant

Itirilory as well, ue want to fleoofisirate to every

Ynnr Needs at the Globe

fat all times, the lowest compatible with qnaJity. We
1TKHED PURCHASERS.
lore for the people, and our first aim is always to please
pr.tr," for here you can always get
,t for the Least
icas efforts and it's an opportunity for you that you can't
( yea, in great big letters. Don't fail to be here on the

icese Dig values.

well as profitably spent at

enge Sale.

-i file rtTAITTNCF CAIE .vnnlri fair n npivcnanpr and

I fa each departaent and give the purchasers the benefit
;d Successful Sale

'ayy patronage during this big Challenge Sale. We
see that our supremacy in underpricing and value value-fie
fie value-fie you will always find Quality, Quantity, Variety,
Ices. y We repeat that we waut every customer who

b return every article of goods that does not satisfy

'or return you the full amount of cash.

T7Qhl to mdke Money Easy, remember the

2 as early as von can.
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Hats! Hats! Hats!

It is with our hats as with every

thing else. We can only qu'ote you

a few prices and give yqu a hint of
the quality, and for the rest you
must come and see for yourself.

For instance what do you think of

a John B. Stetson hat t0 f0

P.i70

at ...

Or a Martim Hat

at

Other reductions in proportion.

$1.69

Genuine John B. Stetson Hats, Co

lumbia and Graeco to t O

V.VO

Shapes at

1.50 Hats, Samples, from 6 7-8 to

7 1-8, worth from $1.50 to
$1.25 at

79c

$1.50 Felt Hats in this sale Q

for

Maxim Hats, the best at
any price, for ......
John B. Stetson Miller
Block, $5 values ....

$ 1 .69

$3.49

39c

colors,

14c
10 c

Seersucker, white and all

rough, dry fabric, no iron ironing,
ing, ironing, 25c values at ...

Corded Voile, cotton, all col

ors, 15c. values at .....

English Serge, suitable for skirts and

coat suits, 20c values, iftjL
sale price XC

Serpentine Crepe for Kimonas, beau

tiful designs, 25c value in n
this sale ..... IOC

Linene, all colors, 15c values,

at ...... .

9 c

Mercerized Poplins, 25c quality, nice
shades, some striped, in "7
this sale w

Brilliantines as low
as. ... ... ... ...

34c

We have several more different
grades of woolen goods which we
will sell at remarkably low prices.

Children Hats 50c. Kind in
this sale for

We have a large line of Caps for
men and boys at reduced prices.

Dry Gi

Bleaching 3-4
lt

iimjmu-

Yard wide unbleached sheeting
10c quality at
Bleaching, soft finish, at this
sale for ...

4c
7c
5c

Yard wide bleached sheeting, Chal Challenge
lenge Challenge Brand, 10c and 12c Tf9
quality, at 2C

Lonsdale Sheeting, 36 inches wide,

12 He quality, in this sale
for

8'ic

Fruit of the Loom Bleaching, best
known brand of bleaching, a full

Big Specials in Ladies' Waists
A most alluring array of fancy
waists and shirtwaists, and the

prices are almost cut in two. A big

variety in materials and makes, in
suring you any style you want.

; Twenty only white Jap Silk waists,

full front trimmed with lace in
sertion and applique lace in point

ed effect. Attached lace AO
collar and cuffs, at . . vOC

Ladies' "Waists, warranted Pure
Irish Linen, the very waist you

want for the fall, in thi3 QO
sale at JOC

You can not buy the goods for the

price. ;

collars

79c

Just think, a

8c
5c

yard wide,
yard at .

10c and 12 He Colored Lawns
at

Dress Ginghams, 7c quality in
this sale for ;

Fidelity Ginghams, 12 quality,
will be sold in this sale O f

OC

Linen Waists with
Middy Blouses,
worth $1.25, at

sailor
worth

60c Shirtwaists in this sale
for '.

90c Shirtwaists in this sale
for.

$1.25 Shirtwaists
sale for. . .

lomfort and Sty e in Shoes Com

bined with Challenge Prices
that will appeal to all.

Scores of styles, and every size

within reason. No matter what you

want in the footwear line, we have

it, and everything is going at prices

that mean you'd better be here early

if you want some of these shoe bargains.

You will hardly believe your own

eyesight to the, big values in shoes

we are offering during this sale.
Beacon Patent Leather Pumps, the

best $3 & $3.50 Shoe fcO fkf
made, at VvFU

Stacy-Adams, best in the world, $6

and $7 kind, vici, gun
metal and patent at

$1.98

the

and $7 kind, vici, gun gy iA

Elk Skin Shoes, $2.50
kind, at

Ladies' Vici Bluchers the
$1.75 kind at

$1.24

Men's Oxfords, Patent Leathers, the
White House $4 qual- Q AQ
ity at ...... P0

Boys' All Leather Shoes
at ... ...

$1.24

Misses Button Shoes, Velvet Up

pers, $2.50 kind, in
this sale .

$1.98

98c

Old Ladies' Comfort In this
sale at .

Men's Oxfords, all American brand,
made by Rice, and Hutchins, shoe
makers in all leathers and colors,

Men's Patent Leather Shoes,

$2.50 kind, to go b d1 AO
this sale at P 1 O

Men's Solid Leather

$1.75 Shoes at

Ladies Vici Shoes, $1.50
values, at

$1.39

98c

the $4 kind; in this
sale for

$2.98

Men's Oxfords, button and lace, pat patent
ent patent leather and tan, J AO
$3.50 quality, for . V 1 VO
We urge upon you to call and ex examine
amine examine our bargains in the reputable
goods.

at

shades, 25c values in this
sale for

newest

Fancy Pongees, all colors,

16c

Mercerized Linens, all colors, a good

$1 Shirtwaists in this sale
lor

$2 Shirtwaists
sale at

in this

44c
79c

!a ,M: 98c

89c

SI .69

Don't Forget our FREE

value at 29c. The sale raa
sale price is ... 1 0 C Otter to Enlarge Your

Plain Pongee, good colors,
19c value, at

12('2C

Picture.

Specials

Fruit of the Loom Bleach- QlU
ing, full yard wide at . O'ZC

Beacon $3 and $3.50
Shoes at

$1.98

President Suspenders, the OA
best 50c suspender, at.. OJC

Genuine Scriven Drawers in
thissale at OUC

Corsets

$2 Corsets to go in this
sale for.
.
$1.50 Corsets to go in
this sale for

$1.69
$1.29

" Voile Skirts at half of their for former
mer former value.

$1.25 Corsets to go in this
sale for
$1 Corsets to go in this sale
for.
60c Corset3 will go in this

sale at

98c
89c
44c

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OCAUL EVESOSQ ST Alt, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, J 911.

J)EPOSITORS like to feel that in bringing their
X business to a bank they are helping to build it
X up; in other words they are giving something for
i what they receive- AVe want you to feel that way
towards us.

We Are Growing Growing-Grow
Grow Growing-Grow With Us.
We want your account want to make ourselves
useful to you in anything pertaining to finance and
we can handle it with profit to you and ourselves.

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Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Remember the great Challenge Sale
opens at the Globe Saturday morning.

THE -FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
2s 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, xou will find it ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satisfying, cooling. Try it
once then you will recommend It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
Phone 234

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MUNICIPAL. DIRECTORY

The choicest cuts, the finest of
prime meats and plump poultry.
Let us serve you with today's needs
as a trial of this cleanly, up-to-date
meat market note our prices, too.
W. P. ED WAR S
Phone 108 New City Market
OCALA, FLORIDA.

City Officers
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder I T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder H. M. Hampton.
President of Council H. C. Jones.
President Pro Tem R. R. Carroll.
Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer W. T. Gary..
Attorney C. I Sistrunk.
Marshal R. L Carter.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Superintendent of Electric Lighting
Plant J. C CaldwelL
Policemen Frank Hall, S. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
City Council
Aldermen First Ward I J. Knight,
C. R. Ty dings.
Aldermen Second "Ward J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. Carroll.
Aldermen Third "Ward E. JT. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, H. A. Fausett.
Aldermen Fourth "Ward H. C. Jones,
G. A. CarmichaeL
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards.
Committees of the Council
Market G. A. Carmlchael, I J.
Knight, R. R. Carroll.
Sanitary E. T. Helvenston, W. P.
Edwards, H. A. Fausett.
Street R. R. Carroll, G. A. Carml Carmlchael,
chael, Carmlchael, J. H. Taylor.
Cemetery E. T. Helvenston, H. A
Fausett, H. C. Jones.
Building H. C Jones, H. A. Fausett,
G. A. CarmichaeL
Fire H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydlngs,
R. R. Carroll.
Police W. P. Edwards, J. H. Taylor,
I J. Knight.
Finance C. R. Typings, J. H. Taylor,
E. T. Helvenston.

Judiciary L. J. Knight, C. R. Ty Tydlngs,
dlngs, Tydlngs, "W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. H. Taylor, C. R.
Tydlngs, H. C. Jones.

Mr. R. E. Waggoman has- returned
from a business trip to Jacksonville
and South Georgia points.

One dollar will buy as much as two
if you spend it at the Globe's great
Challenge Sale which opens Saturday.

Mrs. E. M. Gregg left today for Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, N. C, where she will spend
the next two months with relatives.

When you have anything to franc
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
of mouldings.

Mrs. J. H. Spencer and children leave
for the Gulf near Port Inglis in a few
days to spend two weeks.

You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala .News Company and get them
now.

R. S. Watrous of Atlanta and J. L.
King of Savannah were at the Ocala
House last night.

Remember the great Challenge Sale
opens at the Globe Saturday morning.

Mr. E. P. Thagard of Gabriella is in
the city for a day or two, on business
with some of his former fellow citizens.

We challenge all competition with
the prices at our great Challenge Sale.
Opens Saturday. The Globe.

Mr. F. E. McClane's nephew. Dr. J.
McClane, left yesterday for St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, where he will spend two
weeks with his parents, after which he
will return to his medical studies at
Marnes University, St. Louis, Mo.

If. what you eat won't make you
smile, try a box of Digestit and then
you can't help it. At the Court Pharmacy.

Mrs. H. C. Groves and Mrs. B. T. Per Perdue
due Perdue have returned .from North Lake
Weir, where they spent several days
most pleasantly with Mrs. D. W. Da Davis.
vis. Davis.

When you are happy drink PLEZOL
When you are dry drink PLEZOL
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL

FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR COMPOUND
Still retains its high place as the best
household remedy for all coughs and
colds, either for children or grown
persons. Prevents serious results from
colds. Take only the genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound and refuse
substitutes. Sold by Court Pharmacy.

Mrs. F. D. Roberts has bougnt the
eight-room residence on North Main
street next door north of the Carleton
boarding house. She purchased the
property from Mr. Carleton and will
move into the same next week. Mrs.
Roberts has been living near Mr. R.

jO. Connor oh the Qrange- avenue road

for the past two years, but will move
to town that her children may attend
the Ocala school.

NOTICE
To Keepers of Hotel, Boarding; Houses
and Restaurants In the County of
Marlon, State of Florida
The attention of all keepers of ho hotels,
tels, hotels, boarding- houses and restaurants

We can supply you with puee ice for
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or tpr a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.,
OCALA. FLORID

MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP

W. P. BLESCH, Proprietor.

Business Men's Favorite Place Reop

ened by r Veteran.
CALL AND SEE HM

The Ocala Rifles are drilling three
nights a week Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday preparatory to go to the
state encampment.

STrCKEY WILL BE HERE SOON

Delay the Bntag Exhibition Dae to

a Slight IllnCM
Editor Star: I am very sorry to 'say

that we must postpone our engage engagement
ment engagement at ,the Temple Theater for a
short time cm account of the? illness
of Mr. Stuckey, but will 11 our en en-gamement
gamement en-gamement in a few weeks, and after
that accommodate this man Bates also.
Charles Leonhardt,
Manager for O. M. Stuckey.
Jacksonville, September 8, 191L

TAKE A LOOK IX AT THE TEMPLE

Be sure to come down town to the
band concert this evening, and either
coming or going take a look-in at the
Temple. It will have a fine program
for you.
Tomorrow there will be the usual
Saturday matinee with its steady run
of pictures from 3:30 to 10. v

BEXEF1T OF THE BAA D

Mr. Harvey Clark, proprietor of the
O. K. Teapot Grocery, announces that
commencing tomorrow and for the ten
days following, he will give twoN per
cent of his collections to the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Band to help out that worthy
organization in its necessary expenses.
The Star hopes that Mr. Clark's pat patrons
rons patrons will appreciate his liberality and
pay their accounts if they are due him
anything during this time, for. the
band needs the money and is certainly
deserving of all the help it can get.

EYE GLASSES FOUND

A colored boy found a good pair of
gold-rimmed eye glasses in a case on
the Blitchton road, beyond town. Tie
owner can have same by calling at
tWs office, paying fdr this notice and
a small reward for the bby.

BAND CONCERT TONIGHT

The following program will be ren rendered
dered rendered by the MBetropolitan Band this
evening at 8 o'clock if the weather is
agreeable:
March, 'Happy Go Lucky," J. Bode Bode-walt
walt Bode-walt Lampe.
Selection, "Bohemian Girl," Balfe.
Waltzes, Nordica," H.-Tourjee. 1
Medley overture, "The Ruler," W. C.
O'Hare.
March, "High Pride," J. C. Heed.
Idyl, "The Glow Worm," Paul Lincke.
Baritone solo, "Challenge," (Mr.
Mathews), G. Southwell.
Grand medley, "Superba," C. W.
Dalby. A. E. Gerig, Director.

LUCK AT ORANGE LAKE

A number of Ocala fishermen went
up to Orange Lake yesterday and re returned
turned returned last night, loaded with fish.
Messrs. J. C. Smith, Harvey Clark,
Will P. Edwards, Robert Flynn, E. O.
Scott and Tom Jones went up on the
train and Rev. W. H. Coleman and Mr.
L. F. Ballard went in Mr. Coleman's
auto. Mr. Smith was the champion
fisherman.'catching eleven with a total
weight of thirty pounds, but the others
did very well.

MUTT AND JEFF AT THE GLOBE

There are Two Kinds or Chill Tonic
PLANK'S AND OTHERS

is called to the provisions or cnapter

61S5. Laws of Florida. Acts oi ivli.

which became eirectxve ana in xorce

, n inili

Section l. un ana alter tne passage

of this act it shall be unlawful for any

person or persons to operate any ho hotel,
tel, hotel, boarding house or restaurant
within this state without keeping all

doors, windows and other similar op

enings to dining rooms, Kitchens ana

passageways between, same securely
screened with screen wire not coarser

than 12 mesh to the inch.

Sec. 2. Any person or persons rouna

guilty of violating the provisions or
this act shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction fined

not exceeding fifty dollars. Each days

business conducted m violation oi mis
act shall constitute a separate offense.

Bv SECURELY SCREENED is meant

that the place must be so screened as
to prevent the intrusion into the place
so screened of flies or any other insect

larsrer than the opening of the mesh

of wire screening of 12 meshes to an

inch. The hanging or screen aoors or
other screens with cracks of a great greater
er greater size than the opening of the mesh
of wire screening of 12 mesh to an
inch will be a violation of this law.
After ten days all hotels, boarding
houses and restaurants will be inspect

ed and the provisions of this statute
rigidly enforced in Marion county,
Florida.
This August 23rd, 1911.
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Fla.
Joseph Bell. County Judge.

Mr. R. S. Hall is in the city and will
remain at home now most of the time.
Mrs. Hall and the children will remain
in North Carolina for some time yet.
Mrs. Hall is not very well and it is
hoped that the cool weather of -the
mountains will benefit her. Mr. Hall

is In perfect Health and in fine humor CHILL TOXIC IS
over business affairs. TO DRIVE OUT

CURE

Mutt and Jeff will be at the Globe's
great Challenge Sale on the opening
day, Saturday, Sept. 9th. v.

DR. H. W. COUNTS' PHOXES
Office, 427.
Residence, 349.

THE

OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S

GUARANTEED
MALARIA, TO

CHILLS. FEVER. COLDS

As usually treated, a sprained ankle AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK

will disable a man for three or four

weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment freely as soon as the injury
is received, and observing the direc

tions with each bottle, a cure can be

effected in from two to four days. For

sale by all dealers.

Mrs. David R. Connor, who has been
visiting in Georgia for the past two
months, will return home Sunday ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her little niece, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Webb.

Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Perry and son,
Melville, of Edgar, passed through th-is
city today. Master Melville will attend
Phi Sigma College in Ocala this fall
and winter.

IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE

AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.

ASK YOUR t)RUGGTST.

STORE FOR RENT

Half of front store downstair at the

Woodmar block, next to Theua-Zaenery

Furniture house, for rent. Apply to

Mr. Akin or Mr. Bensett, with Oeala

Plumbing- & Electric Company.

ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL

CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.

IFoloy Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
' Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,

KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the

rTTttJTTVS TOTI.AMMATIOM of tba I

BLADDER and all annoying URINARt
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
P. A. DstIs, 627 Washington St., ConnersviUet
nd., is in his 85th year. He vrrites tis: "I have
atelv suffered much from my kidneys and blad.
der I had severs backaches and my kidney actios
v&s too frequent, canning me to lose much sleep
at night, and in my bladder there was constant
paiq. I took Foley Kidner Pills for some time,
end am now free of all trouble and again able to
be up and around. Foley Kidney Fills Lavs my
bifhest recommendation.
, FOR SALC BY COURT PHARMACY

SHERIFF'S SALE
TTndor and bv virtue of an execution

issued out of and under the seal of
the circuit court in and for Marion
county. Florida, dated the 12th day of

February, 1910, in tne certain cause
wherein T. Williams is plaintiff and

J. S. Williams is defendant, l nave

levied on and will on

Moaday the 2nd day of October, A. D.

1911.
the same being a legral sales day and

during the legal hours of sale, offer

for sale at the west ooor or tne court
house in Ocala. Fla.. and sell the same
to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described real es estate
tate estate in Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
The south half of southeast quarter
except one acre sold to railroad, sec 2.
township 15 south, range 19 east 28
acres more or less. Sold to satisfy said
execution and all costs.
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
H. M. Hampton, Plaintiff's Attorney.

Millions in the air. Think of It.
Every time you open your mouth, in
goes a whole menagerie of microbes,
germs and bacteria. When the liver,
stomach and bowels are active, these
germs are harmless. If they are torpid
it is just the condition needed to set
up disease; which at this season is
generally of a malrial nature. The
moral is use HERBINE to keep the
liver, stomach and bowels in a state
of health and activity. It cures in indigestion
digestion indigestion and constipation. Price 50c.
Sold by all druggists.

FOLEY KIDXET PILLS
Will reach your individual case if you
have any form of kidney and bladder
troubles or urinary irregularities. Try
them. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.

WEATHER FORECAST

Washington, September 8. Local
rains tonight or Saturday, light, var variable
iable variable winds except moderate easterly
over south portion.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.
FOR SALE CHEAP A. good type typewriter
writer typewriter desk, almost new and very lit little
tle little used. Apply to this office.

DIGESTION AND ASSIMILATION
It is not the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and assim assimilated
ilated assimilated that gives strength and vitality
to the system. Chamberlain's Stom Stomach
ach Stomach and Liver Tablets invigorate the
siomach and liver and enable them to
perform their functions naturally. For
sale by all dealers.

M. Hopson, Llewellyn Freeman, E.
M. Peterson, E. O. Robinson, P. E.
Finley and A. Brock of Jacksonville
were at the Ocala House yesterday.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed lnder Section K of Chapter

4SSS, Laws of Florida.

County Commissioner W. J. Crosby
of Citra, vho is the efficient chairman
of the board, is slowly but surely re recovering
covering recovering from the terrible ordeals he
has undergone recently in operations
for stomach troubles. Mr. Crosby has
been attending to his duties right

WANTED Meji to learn "barber
trade. An army of our graduates run-

nincr ehons -deDending upon us for

barbers. Many jobs- waiting. Few

weeks qualifies by our method of free
practice and careful instructions." Can't

be had elsewhere. Write Moler Bar
ber College. Atlanta, Ga,

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TWO AVIATORS KILLED

Freaekmam aad Gtrau ef HI Raak
Amoig Blrdmea West ta Death
Together
Mulhausen, "Germany. Sept. 8. Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Newmans, the German military
aviator, and M. Leconte, the French Frenchman
man Frenchman whose fame as an aeronaut Is
world-wide, were killed yesterday
when the gasoline fuel of the machine
in which they were Tiding- exploded.
The machine dropped gome sixty feet
to earth, Both men were instantly
Jellied: i
They started from here early in the
-morning for a flight to Strassburg.
The aeroplane was working nicely
when they made the ascent- They had
no accident of any kind until they
reached Rilzheim, a small city about
midway between here and Strassburg.
They were on the outskirts of Rilz Rilz-heim
heim Rilz-heim and apparently preparing to,
alight when the gasolene tank explod explod-.
. explod-. ed and the machine, shattered, felL
Newman's neck was broken. Leconte's
head was crushed..,
"STATE RIGHTS AND SUN'DAY
Georgia aad Soatk Carolina Stop
Tralaa Loaded wltk Troop oa
Their Way to Chattanooga
Washington. Sept. S. The old ques question
tion question .of states rights as against the
sovereignity of the national govern government
ment government has been brought up once more,
this time In a new and peculiar form.
A grave question has been raised
aoout tne ngnt 01 any state to pre prevent
vent prevent the movement of United States
troops by stopping railroad transpor transpor-tion
tion transpor-tion on a Sunday.
"When the camp of Instruction was
being, held at Chicamauga Park last
Carolina Infantry and the Third South
Carolina Infantry was delayed by the
state of South Carolina preventing the
Tunning of special trains on Sundays.
Georgia has a similar law and two
companies of coast artillery from. Mo Motile
tile Motile to Charleston recently were com
pelled to lay over at Augusta all of
one Sunday because of the law.
General Mill Start the Agitation
- Brigadier-General Mills, command
ing the Department of the Gulf,
Drought the matter to the attention of
the'. War Department with a view to
- securing such action as will prevent
unnecessary delay In the transporta transportation
tion transportation of troops from now on. It is pos possible
sible possible the matter will be referred to
Attorney-General Wiekersham and the
Interstate Commerce Commission to
determine just what course will be
pursued. The laws of the states in involved
volved involved have been in force for several
. .years and the question is whether the
f federal government can abrogate them
inso far as transportation of troops is
concerned.
BERLIN
Berlin, Sept.. &. Dog days are a
thing of the past, so don't suppose any
more dogs will die. For the pasX forty
' days we have 'had rain thirty-seven
days, or it rained some on each of the
days. x
Mrs. S. J. and Mrs. M. E. McCully
' "visited Paisley last Sunday and report
a very pleasant trip.
school at Greenwood on the 28th.
The farmers are gathering corn and
the yield is going to be better than
was expected. But the hay crop will
be about as good as usual.
The following persons visited the
'Brick City last Tuesday from this
vicinity: Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Frink, G.
W. Mills and his charming daughter,
Miss Lottie, R. W. and R. D. Ferguson,
J. I Band, J. M. Hudgens and sister,
Miss Mamie Hudgens, E. T. Carter, F.
W. Blitch, S. J. and H. J. McCully and
-J. L. Beck,
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. I Prisoc on August 27,
and left a fine baby girl. Mother and
baby doing fine.
Fellowship school opened last Mon-
day with an enrollment of thirty-nine
scholars, with only one teacher. That
certainly means that the teacher must
play the old hen spread himself. I
"have never seen or heard of one teach teacher
er teacher teaching ten grades and giving satisfaction,-while
I know our teacher is
going to do all he can,' even working
longer, hours, to do justice. We sin sincerely
cerely sincerely hope the board can see Its way
clear to give us an assistant teacher.
Chas. Br Rawls has accepted a posi position
tion position in the Ocala News Co., in Ocala.
Mrs. R. W. Ervin and children of
Crystal River, have returned home aft aft-er
er aft-er a very pleasant visit with relatives.
Miss Una Crompton of Ocala isx visit visiting
ing visiting relatives in our burg this week.
FORT McCOY
Fort McCoy, Sept. 6. Mr. Grantham
Is in Ocala this week attending to
business.
V Miss Stella Martin, stenoarranh'er for
the Ocala National Bank, accompanied
by one of her young lady friends, vis visited
ited visited her parents here last week, re returning
turning returning to her work Monday.
Miss Daisy Reins made a business
trip to Ocala last Monday.
The young folks here surprised Miss
.Nannie Hughes last Wednesday night
when quite a number of them called
on her for a party, but every one en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed themselves and the "suprise
'party" proved to be quite a success.
Mr. Woods has resigned his position
with the Rentz Lumber Company and
accepted another one in Jacksonville.
- Also Mr. Brown and Mr. Johnson have
resigned and gone over on the east
coast.
Mr. L. S. Proctor" and wife returned
home last Saturday from where they
have been visiting. Also Mr. Proctor
has been to Baltimore to buy his fall
-and winter goods for his commissary.
Mr. T. M. f Pierce returned from
Georgia last week. Mrs. Pierce will
.not return home for a month or six
weeks.
Miss Ruby Grantham departed Last
"Friday to attend school in Madison.
She tntonAa takitiff shnrthanri. tvrMi
ra, .V.
writing and music. She will return
the latter part of June.
Miss Mozell Matchett entertained
quite a number of her friends last Fri Friday
day Friday night with dancing and music. All
report a delightful time.
The new commissary is nearly com completed.
pleted. completed. Mr. J. P. Jongs has accepted a
position as clerk in the commissary.

The Taming of
Red Butte
Western
7 By
FRANCIS LTNDE

Copyright. 1910. by Chaxl
nera Sons.
Serfk.
CHAPTER XVII.
THE SHADOWGRAPH.
F
ORTY-TWO miles southwest of
Angels, at a point "Where all
further progress seemed defi definitely
nitely definitely barred by the huge bar
rier of the great mountain range, the
Rpd Butte Western, having picked Irs
devious way to an apparent cul-de-sac
among the foothills "and hogbacks.
plunwt abruptly into the echoing can
yon of the eastern Timanyonl.
lor rorrv nndea milps the river
chwm, throughout its length a nar
row, tortuous crevice, affords a pre
carious footing for the railway em
bankment. At its western extremity
the canyon forms the gateway to a
shut In valley of upheaved hills and
interior mountains isolated by vide
stretches of rollinggrass land. To the
eastward and westward of the great
valley rise the sentinel peaks of the.
two inclosing mountain ranges.
Red Butte, the center of the evanes
cent mining excitement which was
originally responsible for the building
of the railroad, lies high pitched
among the shouldering spurs f the
western boundary range. On the
south bank of the river, at a point a
short distance beyond the stream
fronting cliffs, lies the landmark jail
known as Little Butte, and at the sta
tion of the same name is the bridge
across the Timanyoni.
On the engineering maps of the Red
Butte Western the outline of Little
Butte appears as a roughly described
triangle with five mile sides, the three
angles of the figure marked respec respectively
tively respectively by Silver Switch, Little Butte
station and bridge and the Wire Sil Silver
ver Silver mine.
Between Silver Switch and the
bridge station the main line -of the
railroad follows the base of the trian triangle,
gle, triangle, with the precipitous bluffs of the
big hill on the left and the torrenting
flood of the Timanyoni on the right.
Along the eastern side of the triangle
and leaving the main track at Silver
Switch ran the spur which had for formerly
merly formerly served the Wire Silver when
the working opening of the mine had
been on the eastern slope of the ridge ridge-like
like ridge-like hill. For some years previous to
the summer of overturnings this spur
had been disused, though its track,
ending among a group of the old mine
buildings five miles away, was still in
commission.
Along the western side of the trian
gle, with Little Butte station for its
point of divergence from the main
line, ran the new spur, built to accom accommodate
modate accommodate Flemister after he had dug
through the hill and ousted jthe right rightful
ful rightful owner of the true Wire Silver
vein and had transferred his labor
hamlet and his plant, or the major
part of both, to the western slope of
the butte, at this point, no more than
a narrow ridge separating the eastern
and western gulches.
Train 205, with ex-Engineer Judson
apparently sound asleep in one of the
rearward seats of the day coach, was
on time when it reached Little Butte.
A moment later Judson had let him himself
self himself silently into' the rear vestibule of
the day coach and was as silently
opening the folding doors of the vesti vestibule
bule vestibule itself.
Hanging off by the handrails, he
saw the engine's headlight pick up
the switch stand of the old spur. The
train was unmistakably slowing now.
and he made ready to jump if the
need should arise, picking his place at
the track side as the train lights show showed
ed showed him the ground. As the speed was
checked Judson saw what he was ex expecting
pecting expecting to see. Precisely at the in instant
stant instant of the switch passing a man
dropped from the forward step of the
smoker and walked swiftly away up
the disused track of the old spur. Jud Jud-son's
son's Jud-son's turn came a moment later, and
when his end of the day coach flicked
past the switch stand he, too, dropped
to the ground and. waiting only until
he could follow without being detect detected,
ed, detected, set out after the tall figure, which
was by that time scarcely more than
an indistinct and retreating blur in
the moonlight.
The chase led directly up the old
spur, but it did not continue quite to
the five mile distant end of It A few
hundred yards short of the stockade
inclosing the- old buildings the shad shadowy
owy shadowy figure took to the forest and be began
gan began to climb the ridge, going straight
up. as nearly as Judson could deter determine.
mine. determine. The ex-engineer followed, still
keeping his distance. From the first
bench above The valley level he looked
back and down Into the stockade in in-closure.
closure. in-closure. All of the old buildings were
dark, but one of the two new and un un-palnted
palnted un-palnted ones was brilliantly lighted,
and there were sounds familiar
eaough to Judson to mark it as the
Wire Silver power house. Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding his interest in the chase.
Judson .was curious enough to stand
a moment listening to the sharply de defined
fined defined exhausts of the high speed steam
engine driving the generators.
"Say, he ejaculated under his
breath, "if that enerine ain't a dead

match for the old 216 pullhT a grade
I don't want a cent! Double cylinder

set on the quarter and choo-chooin like
it ought to have a pair o steel rails
tinder it If 1 had time I'd go down
yonder and break a winder in that
power shack, blamed If I wouldn't!
But unhappily there was no time to
spare, as it was, oe naa lingered too
long, and when he came out upon the
r rest of the narrow ridge and attained
a point of view from1' which he could
look down upon the buildings cluster
ing at the foot of the western slope
he had lost the scent. The tail man
had disappeared as completely and
suddenly as if the 'earth had opened
and swallowed him.
This. In Judson's prefiguring, was a
small matter. The tall man. whom
the ex-engineer had unmistakably rec
ognized at the moment of train for forsaking
saking forsaking as Rankin Hallock, was doubt doubtless
less doubtless on his way to Flemisters head
quarters at the foot of the western
slope. For some reason ox nis own
Hallock did not wish to be seen going
openly to the Wire Silver headquar headquarters;
ters; headquarters; hence the drop from the train at
Silver Switch and the long tramp up
the" gulch and over the ridge.
Forecasting It thus, Judson lost no
time on the summit of mysterious dis
appearances. Choosing the shortest
path he could find which promised to
lead him down to the mining hamlet
at the foot of the westward fronting
slope, he set his feet in it and went
stumbling down the steep declivity,
bringing up finally on a little bench
just above the mine workings. Here
he stopped to get his breath and his
bearings. From his halting place the
mine headquarters building lay just
below him. at the right of the tunnel
entrance to the mine. It was a long
log building of one story.
Making a detour to dodge the elec electric
tric electric lighted tunnel mouth. Judson care carefully
fully carefully reconnoitered the office end of
the headquarters building. There was
a door, with steps giving upon the
downhill side, and there were two
windows, both of which were blank to
the eye by reason of the drawn down
shades. Two persons at least were in
the lighted room. Judson could hear
their voices, but the thick log walls
muffled the sounds to an indistinct
murmur. The figure of a man sitting
in a chair was sharply silhouetted on
the drawn window shade.
(Continued Tomorrow
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Bye Salve is a
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP APPLY
PLY APPLY FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby given that four
weeks after the first publication of
this notice, the undersigned will ap apply
ply apply to the governor of the state of Flo Florida
rida Florida for letters patent incorporating
FLORIDA CENTRAL LAND COMPANY
under the following proposed charter.
David S.' Woodrow.
Benj. H. Seymour.
Edwin W. Davis.
D. Niel Ferguson.
CHARTER OF THE FLORIDA CEN CENTRAL
TRAL CENTRAL LajVu COMPANY
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall
be FLORIDA CENTRAL LAND COM COMPANY,
PANY, COMPANY, and dts principal place of busi business
ness business shall be in the city of Ocala, Mar-
li"h offices and azencies elsewhere
outside of it.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation
shall be to purchase, lease, hire or oth otherwise
erwise otherwise acquire real and personal prop property
erty property of every kind and description,
and to sell, lease, convey, mortgage, or
otherwise dispose of or deal with said
property or any part thereof; to map
and plat said lands and improve the
same by laying out streets, sidewalks,
boulevards and parks, and otherwise;
to acquire, hold, lease, manage, operate,
develop, control, build, erect, maintain,
construct or purchase either directly
or through ownership of Stock in oth other
er other corporations any lands, buiMings,
offices, stores, warehouses, mills, shops,
factories, plants, gas houses, machin machinery,
ery, machinery, rights, easements, permits, priv privileges,
ileges, privileges, franchises and licenses, and all
other things which may at any time be
necessary or convenient in the judg judgment
ment judgment of the board of directors for the
purpose of the company; to subscribe
for, purchase, issue, receive and hold
for investment or other purpose, and
to sell or dispose of, make advance up upon
on upon stock, bonds, issues, notes or other
securities of other corporations, firms
or individuals; and whdle the owner of
such stocks, bonds, notes or other se
curities to exercise any and all voting
powers and other rights belonging
thereto as owner of the same; to act as
a?ent, broker, commission merchant,
factor or in the capacity of ware warehouseman
houseman warehouseman in dealing with all kinds of
property, real or personal: to conduct
a general real estate business, to loan
money: to mine, or otherwise to ex extract
tract extract or remove ores, stone and other
minerals and timner from any lands.
owned, acquired, leased or occupied by
tne company or otner lands; to engage
in any other manufacturing, mining,
construction or transportation busi business
ness business of any kind whatsoever, and to
that end to acquire, hold, own and dis dispose
pose dispose of any and all property, assets,
bonds, stocks, and right of any and
every kind; provided, that this cor corporation
poration corporation shall not build or operate
any railroad, canal, telegraph line, or
telephone line or system in the state
of Florida.
.s ARTICLE III-
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be Tea Thousand

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PROPRIETOR.
of
it power ta.
f the
lent.
ALL DRUGGISTS
Dollars, ($10,000) which shall be divid divided
ed divided into one hundred shares of the par
value of One Hundred Dollars ($100)
each payable in whole or in part either
in cash or property, labor or services,
at a just valuation to be fixed by the
directors at a meeting called for that
purpose. All stock when issued shall
be fully paid and non-assessable.
ARTICLE IV.
i
This corporation shall exist for the
term of nine-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, a
vice-president, a secretary and a
treasurer and a board. of three direc directors.
tors. directors. The same person may hold the
offices of secretary and treasurer at
the same time. The board of direc directors
tors directors shall be elected at the annual
meeting of the stockholders on the
second Tuesday in January of each
year, and shall hold office for one
year.
Until the orncers elected at the first
annual meting shall be qualified, the
conducted by the following named of
ficers: David S. voodrow, president;
Edwin W. Davis, vice president: B. H.
Seymour? secretary: D. Neil Ferguson,
treasurer; and David S. Woodrow, B.
H. Seymour and D. Neil Ferguson,
directors. -.
ARTICLE yi.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself shall be
Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000).
ARTICLE V.
The names and residences of the
subscribers to the capital stock of
this corporation and the number of
shares subscribed for by each are as
follows:
David S. Woodrow, Ocala, Florida,
four shares.
Benj. H. Seymour, Ocala. Florida,
four shares.
Edwin W. Davis, Ocala, Florida,
one share.
D. Niel Ferguson, Ocala, Florida,
one share. f
State of Florida. S
Marion County.
Before the undersigned authority
personally came David S. Woodrow.
Edwin W. Davis, B. H. Seymour and
D. Niel Ferguson to me severally
known, and known by me to be the
persons who executed the foregoing
articles of incorporation, who several severally
ly severally acknowledged to me each for him himself
self himself that be executed the said instru instrument
ment instrument for the uses and purposes there therein
in therein set forth and expressed and that he
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Mrs. Bowser Begins Inquiry to Show
How Husband Would Stand In Court,
and He Gives a Sample of Eloquence
Intended For the Jury.
By M. QUAD.
Copyright, 1911, by Associated Literary
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T -was 8 o'clock in the evening
Mr, Bowser sat smoking and
reading, with the family cat in

his lap, and Mrs. Bowser was do doing
ing doing a bit of mending. All was happi happiness
ness happiness and content when the doorbell
rang and he went to answer it. A
young, keen faced man asked his name
and then put a paper in his hand. It
took Mr. Bowser about five minutes to
make out that he had been served
with a summons in a lawsuit. Then
followed the exclamation:
"By the seven roaring bulls, I have
been sued!"
"It can't be possible !" gasped Mrs.
Bowser,
"But it is. Yes sir; sued by that mis miserable
erable miserable tailor on Second street, the one
I had the fuss with about this very
suit of clothes!"
"But I thought you paid him."
"I paid him $10 on account, and
when I saw what a botch he bad made

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of the suit I told him to go to blazes
for the balance. That was weeks ago,
and now he jumps in and sues me!"
"And you'll have to get a lawyer
and be put to lots of trouble. It would
have been better to pay him and let
him alone in the future."
"Oh, it would, eh? It would have
been better to let a swindler take
$10 out of me and grin because I
was an easy mark. Well, I guess not!
My name Is Bowser. When any one
tries a gum game on me he gets left!"
"But It will be $10 for a lawyer, any anyhow,"
how," anyhow," persisted Mrs. Bowser.
Picked Up Law Pointers.
"It won't be one blessed red cent.
Do you think I've lived to be my pres present
ent present age without picking up a .few
pointers about law? I'll plead my own
case, and I'll smash that botch tailor
clear through the back end of his
shop. I'll show him up as a villain
and a liar. The jury will give me a
verdict without leaving their seats,
and he'll have all the costs to pay."

"I hope it may turn out that way,

dui i nate to nave it go out tuat you
were sued for debt."
"But I'm glad of if said Mr. Bow Bowser
ser Bowser as he paced to and fro and waved
the summons in the air. "The public
will learn why I was sued. It' will

learn that I am a man not to be
trifled with. The papers will have it
that I acted as my own lawyer and
won my case. Better hunt up some of
my photographs, for they'll be wanted.
By George, Mrs. Bowser, I'm glad of
the suit! I am my own lawyer, and
It won't take up an hour of time."
"But the tailor will have a real law lawyer."
yer." lawyer." "All the more credit to me if I
smash him, and smash him-1 will."
"Let us go over the case a bit," sug suggested
gested suggested Mrs. Bowser. "You order a
twenty dollar suit of clothes and pay a
deposit of half."
1 do."
Coat Called Lop Shouldered.
"The suit is finished and sent home
and worn for a couple of weeks. Then
some one tells you the coat makes you
look lop shouldered and you refuse to
pay the other $10. Am I right T
"You are."
"Who was- it that found fault with
the coat?"

"Let's see let's see. I can't remem remember."
ber." remember." "Did the tailor offer to make any
changes?"
"Y-e-s."
"But you didnt Vyt him and are still
wearing the suit-
"But what has al! this got to do with
the lawsuit?"
"Nothing, except to beat yocr case.
You haven't a legal leg to stand on."
"What! What! Wasn't I told it was
a botch job?"
"Yes. but you can't remember who
told you. If you cou?d would he come
into court as your witness? Even if he
did that, is he qualified to judre? I
myself couldn't take the stand and
swear that the coat was a botch."
"Oh. my own wife turns against me.
does she?"
"Yeur own wif? is looking at the

case In a common sense way. Law
isn't always common sense, but it may
be in this case. If you had taken the
coat back and the tailor had failed to
make good you'd have had the advan advantage."
tage." advantage." "But he's botched for others r shout:
ed the angry Mr. Bowser.
"Will they come into court and tes testify
tify testify to it?"
"And I'm to let a villain swindle the
eyeteeth out of me. am I? Never in
this cold world!. I can win this suit
on my plea to the Jury alone. There
are wives who stick to their husbands
when in trouble, but, by thunder, you
are not one of them!"
"But I am, Mr. Bowser. I'm anxious
that yqu don't get into more trouble.
You speak of a plea fo the jury. Let
me hear what sort of plea you intend
to make."
I I haven't had time to think it
over, but I think 111 begin with the
landing of the pilgrim fathers."
"Then you won't get two of them
landed before the Judge will land you.
He'll want to know what the pilgrim
fathers have to do with a coat that
makes you look lop shouldered."
"They came here in search of lib liberty,
erty, liberty, didn't they?"
"That has nothing to do with a Sec Second
ond Second street tailor of today."
"Well, there's a sacred constitution
f the United States."
Price f Peanut Brittle.
"And there's peanut brittle to be had
for 10 cents a pound. You can depend
upon one as much as the other."
Mr. Bowser walked to and fro. He
recalled that Columbus discovered
America, but before, he could bring
Mrs. Bowser's attention to the fact

she said:
"You will have to wear the coat into
court. Judge and jury will decide
about the lop shoulder business. If the
tailor says he would have made good
jour case is lost. Again, the fact of
your wearing the suit every day will
tell against, you."
"I will ask that jury if they propose
to Indorse villainy in the land."
"And the tailor will sue you for
shnder."
"That's It! That's it!" shouted Mr.
Bowser as. he let go of himself and
stood and jumped up and down. "My
own wife, the one above all, others
who should stick by me In this crisis,
Is on tie side of my enemy!"
"Can't I see certain points in this
case and bring them out without your
getting angry? This isn't a domestic
dispute. It's a case in law."

"And a botch tailor can win over me,

can he?
"I'm afraid so."
"And the blood shed at Lexington
and Bunker Hill"
Advice From the Druggist.
"Might as well have been vinegar so
far as it will help you in this case.
The Continental army endured great
suffering, at Valley Forge, but that

was more than a hundred years' ago,

and it won't apply to a lop shouldered
lawsuit of today. We took Texas from
Mexico along in the forties of the last
century, but any reference to it to the
Jury isn't going to win your suit
Where you going?"
Mr. Bowser had walked down the
hall and clapped" on his hat He
walked out without answering. He
hated to go to the family druggist for
"an opinion, but his feet Insensibly car carried
ried carried him that way. The druggist read
the summons with various "urn-urns,"
heard the story of the case and then
said:
"Bowser, get up at daylight tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning."
"What for?"
"Bolt your breakfast"
"I don't see"
"And get down to that tailor's and
settle thi3 case. Man, if it wasn't for

Mrs. Bowser you'd have to hire a
three-year-old boy to lead you around
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