The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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VOL. 18.
NO. 110.

A BAD LIVER robs you of energy, strength and
ambition. To rid yourself of the burden, take

. It is a fine strengthening medicine for a torpid liver. The weakened
organ responds promptly to its powerful reviving influence. It corrects
the stomach and digestion.' Purifies and regulates the bowels. Drives
out that languid half-sick feeling, makes you feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful. Try it.
- : v ; solo mr MCALcna. mice, ucc rteiuu. .oo.
Ask for tb irenoiie with the Bed Z on tb lahcL If 70s eaoaot fet it remit to a, we will
lead by mail postpaid. timcnoDi Lifer BrpiUtor if pat op also la liquid form for tboM who preier
U. frice, tUrfl per bottU. Look lor the Ked Z label.


. Charles RodoftV Proprietor.
Beat Quick Luneh falng Honae
In the City

.Ipalaehleola and Cedar
Ovter ia AH Style


Everything that is good

H to eat, properly served

Right rsowt when you
want it. A 11 Delicacies
of the Season.


Office over Munroe Si Chambliss B'k.

Rooms O, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,




Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5

p. in. Phone 211.



Official Report of the PreeeeIIasa at
the October Meeting of
the Board

'Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, flight or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis

eases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and Holder
Building Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333

Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street

Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
Located at the Joaea Hoiipltal on Soath
First Street. Weat
All Calls Promptly Answered.


Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED K. OWEX, Funeral Direetor.
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.

The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met In regular
session on Tuesday, October 3, 1911.
with air members present and acting
as follows: W. D. Carn, chairman; B.
IL Blitch and J. S. Grantham, mem members,
bers, members, and J. TLBrinson, secretary.
Mr. B. R. Saunders, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Dunnellon school, called and

made a proposition for the painting of
the white school house at Dunnellon.
The proposition was that the trustees
would secure the painting of-the house
for an appropriation of $100 by the
county board to that purpose, the
painting to cost probably $160, and the
remainder to be secured by private
subscription. It was agreed to by the
board and" the trustees were author authorized
ized authorized to proceed with the Vork at once.
Mr, J. L, Smoak ; of Silver Springs,
called to request the establishment of
a school at Silver Springs for white
pupils. The question was" discussed
and. temporarily passed.
Messrs. Dinkins, Myers and Frank Frank-lyn,
lyn, Frank-lyn, trustees of the Capulet district,
called and stated that they-had con concluded
cluded concluded that it was best for the school
tor put down a pump to secure water
and to fence the school grounds. Re Request
quest Request was granted, the work and ma materials
terials materials to be furnished from district
funds. ,
Mr. W. A. Redding, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Charter Oak school, called
and reported that they had ordered an

organ for the school. The order was
authorized by the board to be paid
from district funds when the bill
comes in properly endorsed.
jMr. ; E. V. W. Jordan, one of the
trustees of the Pine Level school, call called
ed called and reported that the pump had
been put down and was giving a sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory supply of water. It was
agreed that the old cistern should be
rilled up so that if necessary it could,
be opened for use in the future.

Mr. J. E. Brown of the Cottage Hill
neighborhood called and made prop proposition
osition proposition that if the board would re reopen
open reopen the Cottage HilT school, he, would
pay $10 per -8Sonthlowara 'the expense,
or in case of not doing this, if the
board would arrange for the transpor transportation
tation transportation of the children to. the Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship school, that he would pay $10 to toward
ward toward the expense of transportation.
Matter was passed for the present.
, Mr. George Johns and Mr. Dennison
called and asked that a school; be
granted near the site of the old Derby
school. They reported that there
would be about twelve pupils. It was
agreed that the board would fugnish a
teacher and desks for the house if the
patrons would provide the house with without
out without expense 4o the board.
, J. J. Calhoun, supervisor of the Sul Sulphur
phur Sulphur Spring school at York, colored.

called to presenfa petition asking that

their school be not interfered with by
the locating of the Wesley Chapel
school nearer to".thera. He -presented
a deed to a one-half acre lot at York
made to the trustees of the school and
their sueceessors in office and the
board decided to request the trustees

of the Cotton riant district to execute
to the county, board a deed for the lot,
upon the ground that they are the suc successors
cessors successors In office to the trustees men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the deed.1 They also wished
a. monitor for their school, which was
Mr. J. D Mathews called and dis
cussed the condition of the Fleming Fleming-ton
ton Fleming-ton school .with reference to the num number
ber number of pupils and the probability of
securing a teacher. : : ..-:
The board adjourned for dinner.
Afternon Seaslon
The board met with all members
present and acting.
Mr, L. -W. Wilson, supervisor of the
Eaton Creek school, in company with
most of the patrons of the school,
called and requested that a certain
party with whom they had been in

conrerence, be appointed teacher of
their school. Several parties made
strong appeals to the board for the

appointment of the party selected, but

appearing that the party did not



' 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
I loom 27, Holder Block


P. O. BOX 46


have a certificate, it was pronounced

impoasioie mat iney De appointed un

less they would take special examlna-
. t.. .. . .

Lion uuiu me supenntenaent. A re

quest was then made that the funds

that they would be entitled to for a

teacher be applied in transporting the
pupils of the Eaton Creek school to

ine. Indian Mound and Key Pond
schools. It was determined that the
utmost: effort would be used to secure

a teacher for the Eton Creek school.

r r

an. uturge jonns was selected as

supervisor of the Derby school

Ocala. Fla., Oct. 2. 1911.
The board met in regular session
on this date. Present: Hon. W. J.
Crosby, chairman; C. Carmichael, M.
M. Proctor and W. T. Henderson,
Chairman W. J. Crosby read a let letter
ter letter from Commissioner Petteway
stating that he would not be able to
be present on account of illness.
lion. Alfred Ajer, tax assessor, ap appeared
peared appeared and presented tax assessment
books for the year 1911, showing to total
tal total assessments for county of $5,438, $5,438,-0S1.
0S1. $5,438,-0S1.
C. E. Connor appeared in behalf of
Mrs. Ruble C. Connor, Messrs. Kyle
and Young and J. O. Hightower, and
complained of returns made by one
J. M. Elliott, Jr. On motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Henderson it was ordered
that Tax Assessor Ayer cancel any
returns by Elliott, he not having any
title to lands assessed to Connor,
Kyle and Young and Hightower.
The tax assessor for Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, having completed the as assessment
sessment assessment books and presented them
to the board, and after examination
by tile board, the' books were found
correct, and accepeed.
On motion of Commissioner Hen

derson it was ordered that the fol-
lowing resolution be adopted and
spread upon the minutes of the
board : ;
"Whereas, the tax collector has fil filed
ed filed with the clerk of this board the
assessment rolls for the year 1910;
"Whereas, the said clerk was au authorized
thorized authorized to receive said rolls for and

on behalf of said board; and,
"Whereas, this board has examined
said rolls and found same to be cor correct,
rect, correct, as required by law; be it
"Resolved, That this board endorse
upon said rolls a certificate that they

have examined same, and that they
are correct, and the clerk of this
board is directed to record the war warrant
rant warrant annexed to said roll, as required
by law:
"State of Florida:
"To W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector of
the County of Marion: ... -Z
"You are hereby commanded to
collect out of the real estate and per personal
sonal personal property, and from each of the
persons and corporations named in
the annexed rolls, the taxes set down
in each roll opposite each name, cor corporation
poration corporation or parcel of land therein de described,
scribed, described, and in case the taxes so im imposed
posed imposed are not paid at the time pre prescribed
scribed prescribed by law, you are to collect the
same by levy and sale of the goods
and chattels, lands and .tenements so
assessed, or of the person or corpora corporation
tion corporation so taxed; and all sums collected
for state taxes you are to pay to the

state treasurer at such time as may
be required by law, and at the same
time you are to pay to the county
treasurer all sums collected for coun county
ty county taxes, district school taxes and

other special taxes; and you are fur

ther required to make all collections

on or before tht first Monday in
April, and on or before the first Mon

day in July you will make a final re report
port report to and settlement with the

comptroller and county commission


"Given under my hand and seal

this the "2nd day of October, in the
year A. D., 1911.

"Tax Assessor, Marion Co., Fla."
Hon. E. W. Davis, state attorney,

appeared in behalf of Mrs. Mary E.
Bogie, relative to her bill for $19, ac

count of taking testimony of witness

es at preliminary hearing of Lewis
Waterman. Matter was held in abey


On motion board adjourned until 9

a. m., Tuesday.

Tuesday Morning
The board met pursuant to adjourn

ment. All members present, except
Hon. S. W. Petteway, who was absent
on account of illness.

Hon. D. H. Irvine appeared and

presented the following petition for

road: "The undersigned residents

and land owners of the vicinity do re

spectfully petition your, honorable

board to change that part of the pub-

Subii of the Prophet 1 Vnexpeetedly
Srore One In Sermp -the
London. Oct. 6. A jJispatch from
Constantinople says a cablegram has
been received from Tripoli statingr that
the Italian battleship Conte di Cavour
was blown up early yesterday off the
coast of Tripoli by a Turkish destroy destroyer
er destroyer and that every man aboard the "bat "battleship,
tleship, "battleship, including a large -number of
soldiers, went down with .the ship.

To Decide World' CfcantplonMhlp to be
Played in the Xext
Two "Weeks'
New York, Oct. 6.The National
Baseball Commission is in session here,
considering the question of the ap approaching
proaching approaching baseball series for the
world's championship to be played by
the New York team of the National
League and the Philadelphias of the
American League. Seven games are
to be played, should that number be
It is believed the first game will be
played an Saturday, October 14. and
that it will be played in New York.
John T. Brush, owner of the New York
club, now has the greatest baseball
plant in the world and is adding more

stands, so as to be able to accommo accommodate
date accommodate the record crowds that will at attend
tend attend the world's championship games.

by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to, cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, -and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the ; Eustachian tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when It is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness Is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.":':-.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send, for cir circulars
culars circulars free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation. ;---




Strayed or stolen, one pointer dog
about 18 months old, white and liver
colored with few specks on front legs.
Liver colored head mostly, with light
tan around, eyes. Rather large head.
Will answer to name of "Clark." Had
collar on when last seen with city
license-tag riveted oh and "W. P. Mc"
on tag. Liberal reward paid for re return
turn return of dog to Ocala Wagon "Works.

and "yet sleepless,, Siram Scanton, of
Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed.

He was in the mountains on the advice
of five doctors, who ; said he. had con consumption,
sumption, consumption, but found no help in the
climate, and started home. : Hearing of
Dr. Iving's New Discovery, he began
to use it. "I believe it saved my life,"
he writes, "for St made a new man of
me, so that I can now do good work
again." For all lung diseases, coughs,
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, its the best
known remedy: Price 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Tydings
& Company, i


The state and county licenses for
the year 1912 were due the 2nd day of
October. If you are conducting a bus business
iness business for which a license is required,
please take it out at once, as con continuation
tinuation continuation of said business without the

license Is a violation of the license
law. For licenses or particulars apply
to the tax collector.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
Joseph Bell, County Judge.

A request for lock and fastonoinp-a

for the Key Pond school ,was granted. lic road from Mcintosh to Irvine, run

Mr. A. J. Stephens, one of the trus-I ning through the center and on the

tees of the Sparr school, called to pre- wst sidp nf Ration 29. townshiD 12.

-. '""t sciiuuj. li was i 01 i i .v. t

ordered that thirty-five feet of black- rauS -i, uu iuu xy. uu B,u,

board be ordered for the school and of said section 23, for one-nail mile
it; was agreed that the trustees should further south, to the Citra and Irvine
proceed to enclose tUe front porch of road, thereby lessening the distance

for the assistant. to thls road b? one miIe' Which
Mr. r. w. Ferguson, one of the was read, and on motion of Commis-

trustees of the Fellowship school, I sioner Proctor was referred to Corn

eal led to request that an assistant be missioner Crosbv for investigation

lumiMieu me reiiowsnip scnooi. Upon

"Four doctors had given me up,"
writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca,
La., "and my children and my, friends
were looking for me to die, when my
son insisted that I use Electric Bit Bitters.
ters. Bitters. I did so, and they have done me
a world of good. I will always praise
them." Electric Bitters is a priceless
blessing to women troubled with faint

ing and dizzy spells, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, weakness, debility, constipation
or kidney disorders. Use them and
gain new health, strength and vigor.
They're guaranteed to satisfy or mon money
ey money refunded. Only 0c at Tydings &


- For sale, forty acres of fine land

lo'cated at Fort McCoy and one mile

west of Ocala Northern Railroad. Will
sell In ten acre lots if so desired.
Twenty acres cypress T timber and
twenty acres pine and hammock. Per Perfectly
fectly Perfectly safe investment; will double in
value in a very short time. Perfect
deed. Apply to W. H. McCoon, P. O.
Box 16, Ocala, Fla,

Ofneial Report of the Proceeding of
the City Coanril at Tneaday
Sight's Meeting
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 4, 1911.
The city council met In regular ses session
sion session at council chambers on this date.
Present and presiding H. C. Jones,
president ; W. P. Edwards, IL .A.
Fausett, E. T. Helvenston, I J.
Knight and J. H. Taylor, couneilmen.'
. Minutes of the last meeting read and
Marshal' Carter: requested that the
personal tax certificates held by him
be examined and his account credited
with the uncollectable certificates now
in his, hands. So ordered.
J. W. Mcintosh appeared and asked
for lights for Tucker HilL Matter re referred
ferred referred to the light and water com committee
mittee committee with power IB act.
Upon motion the Glide Road Ma Machine
chine Machine Company was ordered paid for
the road machines which .the city of
Ocala has had on trial for the last
two months. Price $75" less freight. -..
? Building permit was granted Mr. R.
S. Hall to erect building in southwest
corner of lot 2, block 64, O. S. Ocala,
provided same conformed to the or ordinance
dinance ordinance of city governing the same.
The following bills having been
properly approved by the chairmen
of the respective committees, were or ordered
dered ordered paid: Semi-monthly pay roll of
officers; semi-monthly pay roll of the
electric light department, $165; G. S.
Scott & Son, $8; G. W. Cleveland," $1.75;
H. S. Chambers, $4; Moses Coker,
$33.25; R. L. Carter, $40.50; the, John
Dozier Company, $43; Ocala Telephone
Company, $9; Knight & Lang, $1.75,
also $1; J. R. Blackiston, $2; Gulf Re Refining
fining Refining Company. $5.15; Marion Hard-
ware Company, $13.05; Ocala Wagon
Works, $9.90; Niagara. .Falls Metal
Stamping Works. $30.50; Smith ." and
Sandifer, $4; Crescent Wagon Works,
$1.90; Marion Hardware Co., $20.67; J.
C. Caldwell. $13.53; Mclver & MacKay.
$ .40; A. G. Gates, $9.13; R. L. Perkins.
$3; Lyles & Morrison. $3;.H. C, feis feis-trunk,
trunk, feis-trunk, $4; Quaker City Rubber Com Company;
pany; Company; $23.56; Electric Appliance Com Company,
pany, Company, $36.60; Mclver & MacKay, $4".90;
the Standard Oil Company, $34.27; the
Western Electric -Supply Co.; : $156.53;
Marion Hardware Co., ; $7.94; Marion
Hardware Company, $1.20; H. W.
Tucker, $7.45; H. C. Sistrunk, $5. Upon
motion bill of J. O. Dekle for $128.61
was ordered paid Bill of Marion
Hardware Co. for $44.83 referred to
the finance committee for investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. Bill of S. M. Grubbs for $50 re referred
ferred referred to the police committee for in investigation.
vestigation. investigation.
Bill of the Hutchinson Auditing Co.
for $1225.53 was considered by coun council
cil council and It being the ; sense of the said
council that the said bill was exces-

sive,1t; was -ordered that" the clerk no notify
tify notify the said Hutchinson Auditing Co.
that the council consider this bill ex ex-horbltant
horbltant ex-horbltant and therefore decline pay payment
ment payment of the bill as rendered.
The clerk was Instructed to notify
the IL & W. B. Drew Company that
the council considers Its bill excessive
and would have to decline payment of
same as rendered. --
The city atforney was requested to
make report on the bond issue.
Free lights for the armory were dis discontinued
continued discontinued ."as the state received the
benefits from them instead : of the
Ocala Rifles.

Upon motion duly earried the super superintendent
intendent superintendent and assistant superintendent
of the electric light plant were allow allowed
ed allowed lights free.
The following resolution was adopt adopt-ed:
ed: adopt-ed:
Whereas, the Wood mar Sand & Stone
Company in .compliance with a cer certain
tain certain contract dated the 10th day of
November, 1910, between the Woodmar
Sand & Stone Company, party of the
first part and the city-of Ocala, a cor corporation
poration corporation under the laws of the state
of Florida, party of the second part;
said contract being made pursuant-to
ordinance providing for the construc construction
tion construction of sidewalks and .curbing along

certam streets in the city of Ocala.

The said Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.

did build or construct sidewalk along

and abutting the streets called for in
said contract and ordinance above
mentioned and abutting the property

hereinafter described on or adjacent
to South Main street in the city of

Ocala at a cost of $237.65; And,

Whereas, under the provisions of the
ordinance and contract the following
described property, to-wit: all of block
53 Old Survey Ocala, property of H. L.
Anderson is assessed by this council
$237.65 the cost of the said paving
abutting the said property; therefore
be it
Resolved, by the 1 city council of
Ocala, that the clerk of this council
issue within sixty days from this date
certificate against the above describ described
ed described piece or parcel of property In form
and manner as provided. by law. ;-
Upon motion of Councilman Helven Helvenston
ston Helvenston electric light was ordered placed
near the Mt. Moriah colored Baptist
church. -
Upon motion "of Councilman, Knight
the salaries of Firemen George
Chambers and Ned Anthony were
raised from $55 per month to $60 -per
month. .
The following report of the finance
committee was read and adopted:
To the Honorable City Council, Ocala,
Gentlemen The finance committee
of the city council beg to "submit the
following report of receipts and dis disbursements
bursements disbursements for September, 1911:
Licenses collected by tax col-
lector .. ......... ... $ 2.50
Collected by marshal as fol follows
lows follows ;
Police court fines . ; 383.80
Delinquent personal taxes.... 6.00
Lodging prisoners 1.50
Collected by city .clerk as

Sidewalk paving certificates.. 637.87

Elecric light collections zsz..w
Tax redemptions' ..... 4.00
Market and house rent 141.00
Fines from street department 21.35
Milk licenses 2.35
Transfer from electric light
to general fund 1000.00
Transfer from general to
"electric light fund ......... -446.30
Transfer from sink fund to
electric light fund 100.00




For Correct Styles
Real Values See





. White, Wile & Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W RIcs, aa-
thorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee or,
satisfaction. .This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex- -:
eept diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re-' -places
them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed In erery
detail. If you wish to buy. a ring that-will give you entire. s&Usfactioa ..
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.
" "Makers of Kings MIn Hiich the Stones Do' Stay Inw- ;

A Larae Selection of Rinas to Sctecl Frc

Call up Phone 300 acd Let cs Give aa J&Zzzzlz ca cr



lYe Guaranlee to Save Yon Uosey on Any rorti la Cur Ifcrss
' "-. ' X'1 '. -V ::-'':;.;:!:::";1"i;y-,i i-: ..- ' i".;" :r; ? 'j I'
Aft we employ bom bat experts we re" pmIUob fiMitcc Tl
ery plere ot work we eetrnet le utand the Inspect! t-the mmmt
rlicld I dm pre tors. It eot not bias to Ret oar ftanire aad yM are tke
winner, whether we eenre the eontrnct r net. Give trial. :






We have just received a fresh shipment of these favor favorite
ite favorite candies in Sc. and 10c. packages, which contain
Chocolates, Chocolate Creams, Chccdctc
Alxnons and Chocolate Cherries.
Also a large assortment of Chetvicn Gens.



J. C. GEIGER, Uanaser.



W. P. BLESCII, Proprietor.
' 4 ....... ..
Business Men's Favorite Place Reop Reopened
ened Reopened by r Veteran.

examining the monthly-report t was

found that the required legal average

had been made and the request wa;

granted to be filled as soon as possl-

ble. ..

ine request from the Cottaare Hill

eommunitj- was refused for lack of

pupils in the community.

un reierence to tne request ror a

school to be established at Silver

Springs it was agreed that if the peo

ple of the community would provide a
house In a suitable locality that the

board would provide a teacher and

, : .(Concluded on Second Page)


and report.

Hon. B. B. Keep appeared and pre-The merits of Hall a Texas wonder you

sented the following petition for
road: "We, the petitioners of Board-

man and-vicinity, do hereby beg the

honorable board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of Marion county to grant us

a public road from the postoffice at

Boardman to the water's edge of Or Orange
ange Orange Lake, said requested road to fol

low the same line of private road that

is clayed already, and been in use

(Continued on Fourth Page.)

would never suffer from kidney, blad

der or rheumatic troubles. A dollar
bottle Is sixty days treatment." Seldom
one bottle fails to cure. Send for tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Dr. E. VT. Hall, 2926 Olive
St., St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.

Total collected for the month.? 5621.84
Bal. in bank Sept. 1, 1911.... 4923.S8


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

Total ...

Disbursed during September

as follows:
Salaries of officers and clerks
Police department salaries ..
Witness fees and costs ......
Fe-d for prisoners ....
Sundry expenses .v
Labor, street department ....
Sundries .....
Sanitary department, labor
and v expenses
Lights- for public use .
Market department
Office supplies


2 40. no

(Concluded on Second Page)




own fasliionp. We show them
a splendid selection of up-to
date designs in the finest
fabrics, aud we make a Suit
to measure; with the under understanding
standing understanding that it-fits or there b
no sale We want to make you
a trial Buit, because wo Iicctj
we will have yourfuturc czz czz-torn
torn czz-torn afterwards.



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Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
' J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

He Is convinced that it will benefit civ

ilisation and missonary work in those j
countries and will put an end to slave

tradine. He exhorts the faithful to!

pray for Italy's success.


A number of years ago there came

to this country from Ireland a boy

named Pat. Other boys named Pat

have come to America from Ireland,
but it is of this particular; Pat that

the Star would speak,

Pat. like all Irish boys, -was bright.

and like many of them," was fresh

but they soon get over it.: He made a

number of friends among American

boys, and, of course, they were very

active and entirely unselfish In show

ing him the ropes in the land of the

free. V. -i'-
One beautiful starlit night In No

vember a bunch of these same boys

took Pat a 'possum, hunting. As Is
known to us all, who are acquainted
with it. th m 1s a nlacable bird

and pmv to eret' alone: with, but he i3

somewhat surprising to strangers.
Before the evening had far advanc

ed, the dogs treed a 'possum up a tall
persimmon. The dogs, barked, sticks
and chunks were thrown, but the 'pos

sum, unlike Davy Crockett's .'coon, re

fused to come down.

It isn't etiquette to cut down a per persimmon
simmon persimmon tree. As is well known to
boys in particular ; and colored folks
In general, it should be kept standing
as long as it will bear 'possums and

other delicious fruit- This tree was
- too big to cut down anyhow. A boy
out after supper 1s always looking for
fun. not work. r
So, after some discussion, it was de decided
cided decided to send Pat up the tree after the
possum. Pat was willing. He was



Certainly Paid

"Beg your pardon

you didn't!"

"But I am sure I


Don't Rely on Memory!

Naval honors of a kind seldom ac

corded an. American characterized the

funeral in Washington yesterday of

the late Rear Admiral WJnfield Scott

Schley, who .died suddenly in New
York City last Monday afternoon.

The body rested at the Schley home

in the morning, preparatory to the pri private
vate private "services at 10:30 o'clock. Public

services were held at St f James Epis

copal church. Cadets from the An-

the naval stations at Washington and IUU (SU riiWWt Mlttl yUU pay
Philadelphia, the light artillery and VAllp hU U vn nj,v Kv ftiprff
army bands from Fort Mm and J0Ur 11 J0U PaJ J CUCth.

Washington barracks and the dead ad

miral's comrades and friends composed I 13,-,-f trnnp mAtiow in fPhf

the funeral procession that escorted 1 xj

the body from the church to its last Munroe & Chamulis Bank;

resting place m .Arlington cemetery. i
Imposing floral offerings sent from pay by Check and aVOIfl Ugly

all parts of the country banked the


(Continued from First Page)

plain black casket and
St. James. One wreath


the altar at uiautts

was sent by

of the Greeley Arctic expe

dition which was rescued by Schley at
Cape Sabine in 1884. Another was sent

from the Cuban legation.

Thousands attended the funeral, and
the streets through which the proces

sion passed were lined at either side

with spectators.

somewhat shy on 'possum lore, but he
had climbed manya bigger tree in Ire

land. : Anybody that can pick a peach
or a persimmon oft a limb can peck a

'Dossum if he knows; how to take

lold. V

The other boys boosted Pat to the

bottom branch, from which he swung

nimbly up into the tree. He soon dis

appeared from the dim radius of the

torches as he climbed higher and high

er. In about two minutes his scramb

lings among the limbs ceased, and then

the boys heard him groan.

'"Have you caught him, Pat?" they

voiced up thru the gloom.

"Yis," came down Pat's voice in

plaintive accents, "ana I wish some
of you would come up and help me

turn the ugly baste loose!"

Its the Star's opinion that Mr. Car

ney and Mr Bullock would both bed

The many friends in" this section of

Captain E. A. Richardson, formerly of
Ocala. but of late years of' Homosassa,

will be pleasantly surprised to learn

of his union with Mrs. Willard, also

of Homosassa. The marriage took place

in New York City about two weeks

ago, and the captain and his bride will

be home in a few days.







(Continued from First Page)

At the solicitation of her parents,

Mis3 Frances Adelaide Dodge has with

drawn from the Montgomery automo

bile contest. Through the Metropolis
she wishes to thank her many friends

who have cast their votes for her and
is greatly appreciative of their kind

ness. JacKsonvilie Metropolis, stri.

Miss Dodge having won in several

previous contests, her father, Mr. Jos

W. Dodge, of this city, thought she

should withdraw from this and
others a chance.

Fire and water department.

salaries .......


Supplies and repairs .........
Sundries ........ ...........

Electric light department

Transfer of funds

Total .....

Cash on hand this Oct. 1. 1911,

as follows:

General fund

Bond interest fund ..........
Sinking fund

Electric light fund

give IFire and water fund over

drawn ............ r4( .so;


. 5567.69





Oct. 6. The Italian flag

fort at Tripoli,

over Sultania

which is occupied by landing parties

Part of the fleet is anchored in the
harbor and the warships lie a short

distance from the dismantled fortifi

cations. Few bodies of Turks have
been found among the ruins, of the

glad to turn this game law discussion

i r M a. i .3 J I n re n 1 I

jouse.n mey c-uuiu, lu ... "" Turks were killed by the bombard

neip Dy aavismg.. mem 10 inmn anu
talk and write about something else.
A number ? our readers, thinking
men, whose opinion is worth having,
have told the Star that they were
weary of reading about 'it; and we jfail
to see where any good can come of Its
further discussion. '..
v Each of the gentlemen concerned
has defended his position to his own
satisfaction and that of his friends
has entirely covered that part of the
ground in which' the public is interest interested.
ed. interested. - y- ; ;
The Star will go on, printing articles
from these two gentlemen as long as
. they Insist on bringing them in. It will
also print an impartial report of the
fight they are likely to have if they
keep it up, and, If necessary, an ele

gant obituary of the one who didn't

survive- But it would prefer to have
to do none of these.

j fort and evidently no great number of

I ment.


And We Cau' Prove It
.The Postoffice Drugstore says to ev

ery person be it man, woman or child

who has an irritated, tender, inflamed,
itching SKIN OR SCALP, you need not
suffer another day. "We have a refin

ed skin preparation that acts instantly

and will bring you swift and sure results."

One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP

and one application of ZEMO and you

will not suffer another moment and

you will soon see a cure in sight.-

Total on all funds 7400.39
Udoh, due consideration of the dis

tribution of funds, this committee rec recommends
ommends recommends as follows: That there be

transferred from the electric light
fund to the general fund, $1000; that
there be transferred from the general
to the fire and water fund $700.
This committee finds from examina examination
tion examination of the auditor's report that there
are certain amounts of money due the
city by some of the officers and ex ex-employees
employees ex-employees of the city. We recommend
that the clerk notify these parties to
make settlement of same or show
cause for not doing so by the first

meeting of the city council in Novem November,
ber, November, 1911.

Certain bills which have been re referred
ferred referred to this committee, this com

mittee orefer that game be discussed

and acted on by the council as a whole
and respectf ully refer them back to
the council for consideration.
The reports of the several officers
are hereto attached and made a part
of this your committee's report.
Respectfully submitted,
K. T. Helvenston,
Jno. H. Taylor,

Finance Committee.
Upon motion duly -carried the sani

tary committee was requested to meet
with the Board of Health and citizens

and decide on the advisability of con

tinuing the new dumping grounds of

the city. ,

Council thereupon adjourned
H. C. Sistrunk, Clerk.


ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are proven

cures for every form of skin or scalp JAMES C. DAHLMAN,

anecuon. xney are sow dv one ieaa- rnvnnv MtYnn np n4H4.

ing druggist m every city or town In
America and in Ocala by the Postoffice



- A number of leading newspapers,

among them the Banner,"; condemn

Italy's attack on ; Turkey, and say ; the
entire world .'- disapproves of her 4 un

provoked attack on a weaker nation.

; Almost everyone the Star reporter
has spoken to on the subject in Ocala,

approves of Italy's action and wishes

Mayor Jas C. Dahlman started his
career as a cowboy, and Is at present
mayor of Omaha, and has the follow-

Fair tonight and Saturday, light to hng record: Sheriff of Dawes county,


moderate variable winds.


supply just the ingredients needed to

build up, strengthen and restore the

her success. And we'll bet either, or natural action 01 tne Kianeys ana

both, of our esteemed contemporaries, j bladder. Specially prepared for back back-tti
tti back-tti ncl RiiiiTior and thA New York I ache, headache, nervousness, rheuma-

World. that If thev wYll make a can- tism and all kidney, bladder and uri

Neb., three terms; mayor of Chadron,
eight years; mayor of Omaha six

years, and in 1910 candidate for gov governor
ernor governor of Nebraska. Writing to Foley
& Co., Chicago, he says: "I have tak taken
en taken Foley Kidney Pills and they have

I given me a great deal of relief so I
cheerfully, recommend them." Yours
truly, (signed) James C. Dahlman. For

Vjiu of their readers tnev Will nna "alf uicguiauiica. rui aaic ai nie I oic a.t me wuil j. .iai lucxv-j

that Turkey has not one friend to Court Pharmacy.

Italy's five.

The Turk has 'nothing In Europe, Shotguns of all grades and all

Asia or Africa but what he. has taken makes, at greatly reduced prices at

away from a-weaker nation. In the Un Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

inexorable law of circumstances, he

can't complain if a stronger nation The best plaster. A piece of flannel

drives him out. His elimination from I dampened with Chamberlain's Lini-

Europe and Africa" willj remove a very ment and bound on over the affected;
large bone of contention and promote IParts is superior toa Plaster and costs

the chances of world peace, and there- only one-tenth as much. For sale by

fore the success of Italy is a thing to I all druggists.

be desired.

furnish desks for the school.- The
school when organized to recommend
a suitable person to be appointed
supervisr. ..
Professor Workman called and dis discussed
cussed discussed the condition and outlook for
the Ocala school.
E. A. Maxey, supervisor of the Roper
Farm sehool, colored, called and re requested
quested requested that the monitor be paid
more or that another on in addition
be furnished the school. The matter

was left for the superintendent to ad

just. .:'
The minutes .of the last meeting,
were read and approved and the mat matters
ters matters referred to discussed in passing.
The board adjourned for the day.
Wednewday Moraine SesaloB
The board met with all members
present and acting.
Mr. G. S. Scott called and went over
the insurable values of the: school
houses and furniture of the county
with the board preparatory to issuing
a policy on same to take the place of
the one that expires on November 20,
1911. It was agreed that Mr. Scott
would issue a. new policy for ;the re revised
vised revised values and new houses and al allow
low allow credit on the premium for the un unearned
earned unearned part of the premium on the old
policy, the new one to become effective

at once. .. 1 : v. - :
Mr. D. II. Pettys, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Mcintosh school, called and
reported on the condition of his school
and requested that there be another
teacher allowed. The matter was dis discussed
cussed discussed and the board adopted the fol following
lowing following resolution: '-'i'-Resolved
that; wi)en the attendance

upon a school reaches an average of

sixty-five a third teacher will be fur

nished and in schools of two teachers
or more the principal must have not

less than a county first grade cer

tificate, and in schools of three teach

ers one of, the teachers at least must

hold not lower; than a second grade
certificate.'-:- '"'"'i-? .r :v':.;,

Mr:' J. J. Guthery, one of the trus trustees'
tees' trustees' of the Kendrick school, called

and requested that they be supplied

with six desks and fourteen yards of
curtain cloth to separate the primary
room from the other part of the school.
The request was granted, the cloth to
be paid for from the district funds.
Correspondence was shown showing
that instead of the people at the An Andalusia
dalusia Andalusia school putting down a well for
water, that they had made arrange arrangements
ments arrangements with Mr. Yonge of Ocala to ship
them a tank for $20. The action was
approved by the board and the account
ordered paid.
Several requests were made for ad additional
ditional additional desks in the various schools
and granted, to" be supplied as quick quickly
ly quickly as possible.

A petition from a large number of

the patrons of Hawthorne colored
school was presented asking that

. Martha Moore be assigned as monitor

and another protesting against it. As

the matter had been left with the
teacher in- conjunction with the sub-

trustee to settle, ho action was 'taken

on the petitions.

A request from the trustees of the
Fort McCoy district to be allowed to

issue time warrants in order to secure
an advance of $300 to "use on their new
school house, was presented to the
board and it was ordered that they be
allowed to' secure the money' in this
manner. Mr. .Grantham reported that

they had made arrangements to secure

the money from Mr. O. G. Stahbrough

$15.0 and himself $150. It was ordered

that a warrant be issued to Mr. Stan-

orougn lor 5100, payable one year
from date and one to him for $50 pay payable
able payable two years from date, and one to
Mr. J. S. Grantham for $50payable
two years from date, and for for $100

payable three years from date, each to
draw interest at eight per. cent, paya

ble annually and the money paid for
them to be Immediately available for
the use of the trustees and building:

committee to be used in advancing the

work on the new school house.

A request was presented from the

trustees of the Oklawaha school ask

ing that they be allowed to build an
addition to the present house for the

accommodation of the Increased, at

tendance, also that they be allowed to
purchase blinds for two sides of the

house to protect the pupils from the

glare of the sun and that an assistant
teached be granted. It was ordered
that If the district will build the nec necessary
essary necessary room the board will seat it and
furnish an additional teacher.
The resignation of Mr. J. A. Scott as
trustee of the Oklawaha district was
presented accompanied by a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation for the appointment of Mr,
H. M. Comstock as his successor. The
resignation was accepted and the" ap appointment
pointment appointment ordered as recommended.
The resignation of Miss Bessie Rawls
as teacher of the Romeo school' was
presented and accepted. F. D. Ped Ped-rick
rick Ped-rick was appointed to continue the

A ..... request for a teacher table,

heater and stone pipe for the Anda

lusia school was granted.

A petition was presented signed by

a large number of the qualified tax tax-paying
paying tax-paying citizens of. .Anthony, asking

that an election be called for the pur purpose
pose purpose of. creating a special sub-school
district covering Anthony and vicin vicinity.
ity. vicinity. The petition was inspected by the
board and found to contain the requir required
ed required number of qualified electors" and
due advertisement of the petition was
ordered to be made.
Liberty Chapel colored school asked
for three joints of terra cotta piping
for flue but the board ordered it to be
made of brick.
Resignation of F. D. Pedrick as
teacher of Patt's Island "school was
Numerous bills for various purposes
were presented and audited : and or ordered
dered ordered paid.
The board adjourned for noon.
Afteraooa Sesaloa
- The board met with all members
present and acting.
The : treasurer's Teport was present

ed for the month of September and
carefully gone over and found to corV
respond with the vouchers (presented
and to be-'correet. It showed balances
, and receipts for the. month of $3110.93,

disbursements of $1992.90r- leaving a

balance of $ 1 1 18.03 in the general

school fund. Of the sub-tax" districts
it was shown that" the balarfce and re

ceipts for the month were $4520.73,

disbursements $279.84, leaving a bal

ance of $4240.69. The following cash

balances belong to each district, viz:
Ocala, $17.36; Mcintosh. $1.53; Belle-

view, $156.12; Fantville, $4855; Dun-

nellon, $13.35; Reddick. $4.03; Pine



A. IFi?u3inicnl n2

CthimiiruTi3i?(DflGin- EDpunHc
asked us whether it would do the bank any eood for him to posit
& small amount only to check it "out very soon. YT replied that
- if all our depositors would each leave an average balance of H
t with us for thirty .days the interest at i per cent would amount to
$400 for the time. -
But we told him he ought to have a bank account with na for
the good it would do Mm, as it would help bim to sare tls ctcaey;
. it would help him to keep tab on his expenditures; it : would help
. him to build up a standing with the hank, alt of which tended -to
make him a bigger man and better citizen. He said then take my
money and give me a check book. This man has the good opinion
of the -
Couu uu iiii(2i?(ElliIl. EBamil


Uztes Rccsccctls Actrtrcn Flea

Level, $47.68; Mayvilie,, $36.85; Weirs Weirs-dale.
dale. Weirs-dale. $354.81; f Citra $4.38; Griner

Farm, $72.57; Buck Pond, $279.82;

Sparr, $320.51; Candler, $301.55; Fel

lowship. $19.48; Electra, $63.02; Blitch-

ton. $85.12; Martel, $83.19; Capulet,
$237.71; Linadale, $59.01; Cotton Plant.

$400.22; Orange Lake. $134.94; Oak

Hill, $6.54; Moss Bluff, $4.82; Fairfield,

$75.74; Cottage Hill, $9.78; Charter

Oak, $359.37; Pedro, $4.52; Kendrick,

$197.49; Oklawaha, $92.88; Heldtville,

$446.22; Pleasant Hill, $98.77; Fort Mc

Coy. $2.

Mr.W. T. Gary, as secretary of the

board of trustees of the Ocala school.


called and presented a detailed state

ment of the receipts and disbursementa

for the Ocala incidental expenses and
the vouchers for all expend Itures The
statement showed a balance due by

Mr. Gary of $13.25. He asked that a

warrant on Ocala be drawn for $100
in his favor to meet incidental ex

epnses vand. it was ordered done.

No further business appearing the

board adjourned for the session.

J. H. Brinson, Secretary.

You .are not experimenting on your

self when you take Chamberlain's

Cough Remedy for a cold as that prep preparation
aration preparation has won Its great reputation

and extensive sale by its remarkable
cures of colds, and. can always be de depended
pended depended upon.' It is equally valuable
for adults and children and may be
given to young; children with implicit
confidence as It-contains no harmful
drug. Sold by all dealers.

x yS;-? ':- "S i nL : "": '::S': J-T r i
- f: : :V',; - :-" ? - r ;" -' . 1 v :
: The registration books of the city
of Ocala will he open from this date
till the second Saturday In November.
All persons desiring to register may do
so by calling at the city clerk's office.
- October 5th, 1911.
JL C Sistrunk.
Clerk and ex-Officto Supervisor of
- Registration of the .City of. Ocala.

a medicine that
gives confidence:
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. -Mrs.
T. J. Adams. 522 N. Kansas ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Columbus, Kas., writes: -"For a
number of years my : children have.'
been subject to coughs and colds. X
used Foley's Honey' and Tar Compound
and found that it cured their coughs
and colds, so I keep It in the house all

the time." Refuse substitutes. For
sale at the Court Pharmacy.

After you are : burned out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring element. Never
mind future regrets. Have some! pres present
ent present wisdom. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss Is no trifle.
It costs so little to, be well and fully
insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy.- See us about

Life, Fire and Accident



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, i etc. Best of plumbing
and electric system. House will not
need a dollar in repairs or furniture
for years. One of the handsomest cor

ner lots in Ocala, surrounded by mas massive
sive massive cement block fence. Lot Is 105 by
105 feet. The Colonial has 25 rooms
and is now enjoying a splendid busi business,
ness, business, every room being occupied every
night. This is one of the best, small
$2 a day hotels in the state and will
prove a fine Investment and soon dou double
ble double the money at the price, $16,000,
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 In one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent.
Interest, If you' mean business,, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. "It will not be long on
the market. ; 1 have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
Moatesnma Block, Oeala, Fla.

See the handsome display of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and other new jewelry -t In our
window. The Ocala Pawn A Loan Co.'



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' A Seventh-Day Adventest preacher
named Russell, (we don't know for

certain that it is Pastor Russell, but
it reads like him), says the second
coming of Christ and the end of the

world; are presaged by the war be
tween Italy and Turkey.

"The Adventists have maintained for

years," said Rev Russell, "that the' re refusal
fusal refusal of the great powers to help the

Turk and his final expulsion from
Europe and the resultant scramble for
his territory by the nations, would be
the signal for. the second appearance

of Christ upon the earth."
. Rev. Russell cntinued by sayin

that this belief is based upon the Bi

ble's prophesy concerning the second

coming of Christ. : 3

Asked" what preparation the Ad

ventists would make in regard to their
anticipation that Christ would shortly

"When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

E. L. MaloneV, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main." Best 75c

room in the city.

Lame back is one of the most com

mon forms of muscular rheumatism A

few applications of Chamberlain's Lin

iment, will give relief. For sale by all j


there was no set program. "There can

be none," he said. "We must all be
prepared to meet Him. -That is a mat

ter between each man or woman and


Open tto E"v2Hy Ladly aim OcsiHsi sumdl VEcummtiy
1 f file iai Ciifiy fcpM : tsfefc

The hunting season is here. Remem- Th fl. K. Teanof Gpoccpv wishes to m-onfrAtft with thft ahovfi orffanizatioii in hftlniiier raise monev for' this croon cause, bv often ner three

ber we have a full stock of high grade ? r . 7

shells at low prices, ocaia pawn & grand prizes to the three best cake makers. The N. K. Jairbank Company are also offering two nne medals in connection with this contest to make it
Loan-Company. . t; fi. AV.- -i ji j 4.1 at m u a z J JtiA '...Jil u. a .-ai.

- ' inure liiLrcsLiiig. iitci tuc canes are juugeu. ine tiieii wui ue ruiu at auction aim piuceeua ucnvcu jium eaie ui wiacb wjii ue lumeu over lu tun
Biliousness Is due to a disordered Wneniffjl Assnmati'm Tn pnfpr thie C.trc Rakinor rirntfif hab-a rrn-r pp lrt at Virm anir Irinrl t.Viftt mil fl w Vwiaf rn oo mnnv aa vAn lilr anri tttnr r

l condition of the stomach Chamber I jt t-iv. w uiu wuivuv) m jum. vmuv & v J vmmv uav iwv ? ujmu w j uuu i i n

The O, K. Teapot Grocery Store, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 12th, 1911. where you will be given a number corresponding to
the one that goes on your cake. No names are used iu connection with this contest. The cakes will be judged according to L2crIJ CH3 XZzI
Looks. The judges will be selected at the last moment, no one knowing who .they will be. -
-" . ; ....... 7 : j--: -.;
, : : .: "-.:.".." : .-
The only restriction placed on contestants is that they are to nse no other shortenico than COTTOLENE ccd no cHicsr
fflmii fftisin KAITFFlwtAM'R IDFAT. in fhoii IT rftTTAI FWF n Wati urnnM rHntfoi orrnnrtl rfrif nr?-tritw1 1fri r-1 n

little salt. Below you will find a list of prizes for the three best calies entered.

Iain's Tablets are essential to act on

that organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it,
tone and Invigorate it, to regulate the
liver and banish biliousness positively

and effectually. For sale by druggists.

Trunks of all styles and different

return to the earth, Rev. Russell said Shades, steamer and Jarge trunks, at

the Ocala Pawn and Loan Company.



The Washington Times

"The board of governors of the Na

tional Republican Club has perfected

plans for regular monthly meetings.

and a series of club nights .this fall

and winter.

"President Taf t has been elected an

honorary member.

Don't trifle with a cold is good ad advice
vice advice for prudent men and-' women. It
may be vital in case of a child. There
Is nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in
children. It is safe and sure. For sale

Monday a11 druggists.

Shotguns of all grades and all

makes, at greatly reduced prices at
the Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful.

"The first of the club nights will i be penetrating and relieving remedy will

oe iouna in bau.aku s s.nuw lii lii-MENT.
MENT. lii-MENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c,
50c and 1 1 per bottle. Sold by all

held next 6?aturday evening, when a
smoker will be given. The date of the
next monthly meeting" will be an

nounced later. -V"-

"The following were elected to mem

bership: Henry S.' Chubb, republican

national committeeman. Florida; Chair

man Edward E. Smith, of the repub

lican state committee, 'Minnesota; J

A. Eggborn, Alexandria; W. W. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Richmond; Alexander Akerman,
Georgia; Judge Wilfred Lano, Geor


Mr. Chubb is register of the united jCHILl TONIC IS

States land office at Gainesville, and TO DRIVE OUT

has been for many years.

Trunks of all styles : and different
grades, steamer and large trunks, at
the Ocala Pawn and Loan Company.


The Pope approver of the occupa

tion of Trjpoli and Cyrenaica by Italy. ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST.

There are Two Kinds ot Cliill Tonic




One Fine Medal by the N. K. Fairbank Company.
8 24-lb. Sacks Kauffman's Ideal Flour.
One 1-lb. Can Chase and Sanborn's Coffee.
One Can Rumford Baking Powder.
One Bottle Heinz Catsup.
One 25c. Package Nabisco Wafers.
One 35c. Can Royal Scarlet Peaches.
One 25c. Bottle Eddy's Extract.

One Fine Medal by the N. K. Fairbank Company.
5 24-lb. Sacks Kauffman's Ideal Flour.
t5ne 1-ltf. Can Chase and Sanborn's Coffee.
One Cair Rumford's Baking Powder.
One Bottle Heinz Catsup.
One 25c. Package Nabisco Wafers.
One 35c. Can Royal Scarlet Peaches.
One 25c. Bottle Eddy's Extract.

3 24-lb. Sacks Kauffman's Ideal Flour.
One 1-lb. Can Chase and Sanborn's Coffee.
One Can Rumford Baking Powder.
One Bottle Heinz Catsup.
One 25c Package Nabisco Wafers.
One 35c. Can Royal Scarlet Peaches.
One 25c. Bottle Eddys Extract.
One Bottle Heinz India Relish.

The Medals are now on disnlav in The O. K. Teanot Grocery window. Thev will test lorcvcr. Contact

Mr. Chester G. Adcox; conducted by -A. D. Rossiter. A present to all who attend on this cccaoicn. IVhil yc?Cib3 do
trade, there will be a Home Help Cook Book and a Cookie Cutter given to all purchasers o! Cbttolece till ccnCecl is ; clzzzzL

Everybody Come Out.
Oo IK,

XBnuJiiPsdlaiy, Octtoltoei? IStHfri,

A Good Time for All.

IPIhioini2S 3L5 aumcfl 174



of, jii mam


The Temple Theater
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday V
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Change of Program Every Night



Prices Ten and Five Cents

New October Records


Florida raised rye at Ocala Seed

The police picked up three bicycle
rider3 without lights last Bight.

The county "commissioners adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned yesterday afternoon.

Following is the program of the sil

ver tea at the residence of Mrs. G. T.

Maughs on Saturday, October 7tb, 4 to

5:20 p. m.:
Mrs. Hampton, selected.
Mrs. Boyd. "Where Thou Art. Mas Mas-cbvioni.
cbvioni. Mas-cbvioni. Miss Johnson; "Little Boy Blue."
Miss Annie Laurie Perry instrumen instrumental.
tal. instrumental. ..... .... -
Mrs. Eoyd, "A Love Note Rogers.
Mr. Gray, selected.
Miss Gamsby, "Sing. Smile and Slum Slumber,"
ber," Slumber," Gounod."

One sport "got in trouble for speed speeding
ing speeding his auto last night.

. The great Challenge Sale at the
Globe Is going successfully on.

Mr. C. N. Kirkland went up to
Gainesville this morning.
Dr. D. M. Smith is expected home
from Jacksonville tomorrow.

Ten-dollar suits for $6.98 at the
Globe Challenge Sale.

Dr. J. H. Clark of Floral City was at
the Ocala House last night.

The great Challenge Sale at the
Globe is going successfully on.

Mr. C O. Harris of Clark was at the
Montezuma last night.

For Indigestion or sour stomach use

Digestit at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. S. E. Smith of Electra was at

the Montezuma last night.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

iPostoffice Drugstore.

Mrs. O. W. Cordero has returned

from her visit to Tampa.


The story, "Marked for Life, shown
at the Temple last night, was a pretty
and touching subject and was observ observed
ed observed with great interest by the large au audience.
dience. audience. The Temple has ttfree good reels
this evening, which you should see on
your way to or from the band concert.
See program elsewhere.
Don't forget the matinee tomorrow
afternoon and the good show all the
evening. . :

Office, 1303.
Residence. 293

Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.


Mrs. A. J. Leavengood went down to

I Stanton this afternoon.


The Ocala News Company is making

a hit with its picture frames.


Miss Blanche Hall of Candler was in

town today, on the way to and from

i her music class at Martel.




The great Challenge Sale at

I Globe Is going successfully on.



i ,f-.
t-rr J

Patronize the up-io-date market
that has the best selection "always, that
names lowest prices always.
Our meats are always of the finest
the kind you'll want to serv.
' Try us today!
. IV KDwAilT S
Phone 108 y New City Market.

ill : 1
fl. :

The Ocala School of Music will open

its. doors for the fourth annual ses session,
sion, session, October 2, 1911. It offers its pa

trons first-class instruction in violin,

piano and science. Any one wanting
places who haven't already applied for
time, should see Miss Mary Connor,

the director, at her studio, corner of

Magnolia street and Fort King ave

nue, after. September 27th. Office

hours 10 to 12 a. m.

Messrs. G. M. Ebbetts of Baltimore

and C. C. Mills of St. Louis are at the

t Ocala House. .

The Metropolitan BnL After

Weelut f Silemee, Will Gire
Concert tkl Erevlag
The following program -will be ren rendered
dered rendered by the Metropolitan Band to tonight
night tonight at. 8 o'clock, provided the weath weather
er weather Is agreeable:
March, "Fight or Frolic," Edward J.
Waltzes, "Wild Flowers," W. H. Kie Kie-fer.
fer. Kie-fer. Serenade, "Why do I Weep for Thee,"
W. V. Wallace.
Selection. "Broken Idol." Egbert Van
ALstyne. ;
March and two-step, "Alexander's
Rag-Time Band." Irving Berlin.
Medley overture. "Blaze Away," Ml
F. Smith.
Flower sons, "Hearts and Flowers,"
Theo. M. Tobani.
.- Medley selection, "Southern Planta Plantation
tion Plantation Songs," L. Conterno.
A. E. Gerig. Director.


Following will be the program at
the Air Dome this evening. You can
see it and hear the band play at the
same "time:
"The Chief's Talisman." a good In Indian
dian Indian picture:
"Helping Him Out" a strong drama.
"Though Your Sins be as Scarlet," a
beautiful Bible story by the Vitagraph
Company. This is a picture every
student should see as it shows very
clearly many things that one studies
in the Bible.


The Ocala members of the order of
the Eastern Star will" hold an Import Important
ant Important meeting at Yonge's Hall -this ev evening.
ening. evening. After the business meeting, a
reception will be given to the worthy
matron, Mrs. W. T. Mcllwain. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served.




Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.93 at the

Captain Tom Bridges left for a pro

fession visit to Macclenny this morn morning.
ing. morning.


For sale, any quantity of new mown
hay; beggar weed mixed with crab
grass and Mexican clover. Apply to

F. W. Ditto.

Buttermilk, fresh every- day at the

Postoffice Drugstore.


In order to advertise our World's
Best Pianos and convince you how
easy it is for you to buy a piano on
our low installment plan, to the first
10 purchasers who answer this adver
tisement and buy a piano from us we
will give each of them a six-month's
course of piano lessons free. You can
select any teacher you wish in Ocala,
and we will pay the bill. We do not
charge interest; other houses do. Select
your piano from any of our celebrated
makes Mason & Hamlin, Conover,
Cable, Kingsbury, Wellington.
Only 10 purchasers can secure the
free lessons under this special offer,
so write quickly. Our prices are the

lowest, our terms are the easiest, our
pianos are the best, and wq do not
charge interest. Information, cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully given. Appliction must be by

letter. J. FRED DEBERRY, Mgr.,

Cable Piano Co., Ocala.


Mr. C. R. Kreger has greatly enlarg

ed his store, and-intends to put in a

fine line of curios.


rreat Challenge Sale at : the

In cleaning un the remnants of na

per about the office we have padded Globe is solng successfully on.

and cut a quantity of paper into dif

ferent convenient sizes for office
work. 25 or 50 cents will get you

enough of these pads to figure the age

of Ann on. The Star Office.



Miss Frances Scbtt has, taken a po position
sition position as stenographer to Mr. Charles

Half of front store downstairs at the
Wooilmar block, next to Theus-Zachery
Furniture house, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett, with Ocala

Plumbing: & Eleetrlc Company.

You can get your pictures framed at

the Ocala News Company and get them

now. ."


Mr. J. Fred DeBerry has sold two

pianos already today on his free music
lesson plan.

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.9S at the

The second floor of the Bell apart

, ment nouse on rort King avenue is ...air. h. A. Kramer Iff t today for a
I for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the brief business trip to St. Petersburg

We can, supply you with pure Ice for
all purposes,-whether your 'require 'requirements
ments 'requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.



If you want to find a good Jboarding

VS. A HOPELESS CASEhouse at reasonable rates, call up the

j3ittr uiiice.

vllon. Ark. J. E. Freeman says: "I had
a severe case of kidney trouble and

Messrs. D. S. Woodrow and L. Tt.

could not work and my case seemed Ctiazal went down to Woodmar, this

trtti nf Pniev's anernon

Kidney Remedy cured me and I have

never been bothered since. I always FOR SALE A good three burner gas
recommend It." For sale at the Court stove r&ht new; has been in use only



two weeks. A great bargain. Apply

i to. Mrs. R. L. Perkins at the Hatchell
(house. 1



I have just received a fresh lot of

the new crop, garden, flower and 'field
seed. Wm. Anderson, Druggist, Ocala.

Messrs. J. Earle Osborne and Geo. S

t Scott of Kenwood are at the Ocala

i House.


Colored Citizen of Tucker Hill
for Improvements


Miss Mary Affleck will have on dis

play Saturday a special line of $5

dres? hats. Call and see them. dStwlt

$100 3IACIIIXE FOR $03
Sold for Cash or Monthly
. Payments -;
It is unquestionably the most
(practical typewriter made, regard regardless
less regardless of price.
R. L. ..MARTIN, Local Agent,
Room O, Merchants Block, Ocala,
15 Machines Sold in Ocala in One
.Week .-.

Editor Star: Rev. J. W. McTntosh,

colored, appeared at the last meeting

of the city council and made applica

tion for lights on Tucker Hill in the

fourth ward. The matter was careful carefully
ly carefully considered and referred to the com

mittee on light and water. Mcintosh

also voices the sentiments of the col

ored citizens in regard to Mr. Taylor's
desire for the hard road through that

portion of the city. Mcintosh says if
the Blitchton road be made to enter

the city on the section line it would
be worth as much to Tucker Hill as

Broadway and Magnolia streets are to
the city. First, because it will be di direct
rect direct on the line for which we ask lights
and on a bee-line for the Taylor fac-

S. R. Carter, Levin 'Carter and Wal

ter Collins of Umatilla are at the Ocala


You don't obtain the full beauty of a

picture unless it is framed. Take it

to the Ocala News Co.

Its a right smart cooler today than
it was yesterday. Mr. H. W. Tucker
has, just had an electric fan put up by
the editor's desk.


Miss Marguerite Porter announces
that she will not "open her studio un until
til until January 1st. Until that time she
will remain in New .York where she
is doing post graduate work under one
of the finest teachers in the city. v

Office, 427.
Residence, 340.


The Ocala Telephone Company is
not responsible for the directory now
being gotten up. If you have any ad advertising
vertising advertising to place, save it.
J. P. Phillips, Manager.

Ladies' Suit


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

Mr. Sam T. Christian today was
showing a number of fossil gophers
that he dug out of a limestone forma formation
tion formation recently. The gophers were a lit little
tle little bigger than bedbugs, and their out outlines
lines outlines were almost perfectly preserved.

The hunting season is here. Remem Remember
ber Remember we have a full stock of high grade
shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn &
Loan Company.'

Miss Bessie Glover, after a pleasant

visit to her friends here, returned to
Gainesville today, accompanied by Miss

Mary Gates, ; who will return Sunday

afternon in time to resume her school

uties Monday.


We have a number of very choice

double barreled, hammerless shotguns,
and can save you money on them.4 The
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

All Wool Serge and

Worsted Suits that
are worth up to $15

Mr. Harry W. Eckstein of Daytona,

who was best man at the Roxby-Wil-

cox wedding yesterday, remained in

the city last night, a guest of "the

Ocala House, and left for home today.

He is a pleasant young gentleman and

made quite a number of friends dur

ing his brief stay here.


They are made up-to-now and
guarauteed perfect fitting
other suits frcm $4.48 to $25.

We think it is dreadful warm In

Ocala, but everybody who returns
from abroad says it is cooler here than

Save money on your shells and am ammunition
munition ammunition by getting same from the

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk sends the
Star a postcard from Cripple Creek,

.ith l;m l5t; 1 u I "c eujummnf, m

siiui ten me nue uiree-eignis 01 a
mile from the Blitchton section and


.... a ...
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Git en All Orders.

Mr. H. W. Tucker had a very brief

vacation and is now making up for It.

He is so rushed with orders he hardly

has time for meals.

See the handsome display of dia

monds and other new Jewelry in our

window. The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.

, .ua meet ine appruvai 01 every Globe ChalleI1ge Sale.

Following is the petition:

"To the City Council of the City of!

Ocala; Gentlemen: We, the colored

citizens of the fourth ward of Ocala,
beg leave to make the following ap

plication, careiuuy considering our

good rulers, who have always granted
what we should have. Honorable sirs,

we ask that you consider Tucker Hill,

which has long been the way by which

a number of violaters of the law have

made their escape, whose crimes were
as black as midnight and for this rea

son and because we think we are en

titled to have it, we appeal to yourl

sympathy for lights to burst the bond

of darkness from around our homes
and drive the gamblers from our

Respectfully, J. W. Mcintosh.

16.98 at the

Mr. and Mrs. Prank Turner are ex

pecting a visit from Mrs. Turner's

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norton of In


Mrs. Susan A: Ellis
90 Ochlawaba Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instructor In Voice
and Piano
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch 'and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

56.9S at the

The ladies of St. Margaret's Guild

will serve tea at the residence of Mrs.

G. T. Maughs Saturday afternoon.


The busiest little things ever made
are Dr. King's New Life rills. Every

1000 bushels of Texas Red

I Troof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Weihe


pill is a sugar-coated globule of health j baby returned home last night. Mr.

that changes weakness into strength, j Weihe has been to the state encamp-

languor into energy, brain-fag Int ment and stopped in Jacksonville to
mental power; curing constipation, visit his brother, Karl, while Mrs.
headache, chills, dyspepsia, malaria. Weihe has been to Tallahassee to visit
Only 25c at Tydings & Co. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Moore.


is the soda fountain in our drug store

All the youth of both sexes patronize It,
but that does not keep the old folks

from enjoying it. too.. Our soda Is pure

and refreshing, and flavored with all

the popular syrups, xou will find It ex

hilarating, sausiying, cooling. Try It

once then you will recommend It your
self. Only Five Cents.
Phone 284

A full assortment of the best picture

frame material at the Ocala News Co.,
and Tex Martin knows just how to

use It.

Mr. Stephen Jewett left the other

day for his vacation in the big north

ern cities and on the Great Lakes.- He

expects to see the great league base

ball games to be played in a few days

in New York or Philadelphia.

LOST A gold Masonic Cuff button.

Finder will be rewarded by leaving

same at Dr. E. G. reek's residence, 91

Oklawaha avenue. 10-5-Ct

One of our young and newly import

ed business men is very anxious about
his wife. He has been 'to the Coast
Line station to meet her every train

for the last three days, but she ar-riveth-not.
He was consulting the
Star on lost and found advertising
rates today.

FOR RENT House on Tort King

avenue with seven rooms and a large

attic. House formerly occupied by Mr.
Will Gary. Apply to Mrs. William An


The Star has just received a post

card, dated Oct. 4, at Toronto, Canada,

from Mr. R. R. Carroll. Boh says the

Canucks are all against reciprocity

and won't even swap hir WJlirea

Laurier for him.

WANTED Traveling salesman to

handle an up-to-date line of trunks

and bags as a side one. Right goods,

right prices. The Petersburg Bag

gage Company, Petersburg, Va.

Mrs. W. T. Mcllwain came up from
Lakeland last evening with Mr. Mc Mcllwain.
llwain. Mcllwain. and remained In th city to

attend the meeting of the Eastern Star

FOR SALE Victor Talking Machine
with cabinet and supply of September

and October records. Outfit cost ?50.

Been used two months. $30 cash takes
it. Apply Star. 10-2-6t


E. III III I I 1 I II f I .. I ill aT mrv vnr kr-",l



aire. ; -.
we will pay you four per cext interest ox too. cor corky.
ky. corky. you put ix our axd compou5d the ktcngst



I now have on display Two Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Willow Plumes, which I offer at
the following prieesr
. 27 Inches Long, 24 Inches; VJICz, 01G.C3
24 Inches Lono 24 Inches WiCe, $12X3
I can get you any length, width, style or color of
Pliirae at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now on display. ;
Commercial Dank Clock .... Ct&la, Fbrf-a

When in Need of


mt-Class .PllMIlBM,

Write or Call on
; Ocala, Florida

Estimates Fornisned on Work in y Any Part cf $lzl2
25 i-2 S. Main St. Ccda, Rcrfia

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


Sheriff Galloway's visit to Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon yesterday was caused by the mur murder
der murder of one colored woman by andther.
The slayer, called "Trussie," attacked
the other woman on Hie street and
stabbed her to death. The coroner's
jury brtfught in a verdict f premed premeditated
itated premeditated murder, and "Trussie" is having
her preliminary trial in Dunnellon to today.
day. today. She will probably goon join
Jailer Chalker's female seminary.


Sheriff Galloway was notified by
wire from Jacksonville this morning
that the police of that city had. cap
tured Tom Elkins, who killed another
negro at Martel last winter. Elkins
slipped up behind his victim and shot
him in the head. Mr. Galloway went
up to Jacksonville after him today.

Miss Rhoda

guest of Miss

pleasant home

Ldddon visited

before going

She has been

while In this

Mr. L. D. Hathaway and wife and
Mr. H. r. Evans and wife made up an
auto party from Brooksvillo which
stopped at the Ocala House yesterday.

FOR SALE CHEAP A good type typewriter
writer typewriter desk, almost new and very lit little
tle little used. Apply to this of See.

If you want a good shotgun cheap.

sro to the Ocala Pawn & Loan Co. It

has them. .........

We can save you one third the price
of your trunk, suit case or hand bag.

and have any kind or style you may

wish. The Ocala. Pawn and Loan Co.

Liddon of Ocala is the
Tommy Moody at her

at Turkey Creek. Miss
In this city for a time
to Miss Moody's home,
delightfully entertained
section. Tampa Times.

Mrs. M. A. Norwood and Miss Laura

Norwood of Ocala. Fla.. Mrs. W. A.
Rowley and son, Ionald, of "Buffalo,
and Harold Trembley of Washington

D. C, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Bates. Nunda, N. Y., News.

Messrs. Gallagher and Winston went

out on No. 32 this morning. They said

they were going everywhere, but one
can only go two-thirds of everywhere

on the Coast Line.


Samuel Birsch, of Bee town. Wis., had
a most narrow escape from losing his
leg. as no doctor could heal the fright- :
f ul ; sore that developed, but at last
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it .com--pletely.
Its the greatest healer of ul ulcers,,
cers,, ulcers,, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-sores, bruises and 'piles on
earth. Try IL 2 5c "at Tydings Sc. o."


Dog licenses are now due, and : all
dogs found on the .street, without taa-s
will be put in the pound, and. If not
redeemed In proper" time, shot.
. R. L. Carter, MarshaL

Don't send your pictures out of town

to have, them enlarged. Take them to
Mills studio. We can make them In
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
are right.

A good remedy for a bad cough Is


heal3 the lungs and quiets ... Irritation.
Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.

Messrs. J. W. Fairless of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, E. E. Earnhardt of St. Louis, F.
D Fields and E. J. Knudson of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and W.T. Morgan of Starke
are at the JMontezuma.

: Common colds, severe and t reouent.

lay the foundation of chronic diseased
conditions of the nose and throat, and
may develop into, bronchitis, pneumon-

t a a ni rtn cii m tvt i nn m rr si i rwin w rm

anl colds In children and .In grown
persons, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound promptly. Fors sale at the
Court Pharmacy.

A Maxwell runabout in good running
condition, Apply at this office or ad address
dress address A. B., care Star. 10-5-2tdltw ;

After exposure, and whenyou feel
a cold coming 'on. ake Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. It checks and re relieves.
lieves. relieves. Use no substitute. The gen genuine
uine genuine in a yellow package always. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy. 1

Your kodak work can oe finished In
two to three days if yon. leave It t
Mills studio.

FOR SALE A ttewVperUbls engina,
sawmill and shingle nallL Esst out

fit of Its sise in Flortdn. Owner must
go north Address Box 123, EarfearX

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(Continued from First Page)


We have in out large store, almost every
thing you could wish for to fornish yotr
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of iutnitute in med med-fam
fam med-fam and high grades, with all of the famish famish-ings
ings famish-ings that go with" the line. Out stock of
hardware is complete and the tools, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any hotise in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.



What makes more happiness than sitting around the glow glowing
ing glowing coals, especially if they be burning in a handsome heating
Our heaters will tone up that room and be an ornament as
well as a corafort.
When yon buy your stove or range from us you will buy a
reliable make.
IMairioinLM Go.

I -.-ir -v3 t- i JS?0f5Sa JS-!"

. 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. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dormi dormitories,
tories, dormitories, dining hall and recreation rooms.









950.95 Kansas City and return. On sale Sept. 22-23-24th. Limit October 2cL
- S29.SO Nashville, Tenn. .and return. On sale Oct. ZrH and 4th. Limit Oct. 20.
$34.83 Atlantic City, N. J., and return. On sale Oct. 4, 5, 6, 7. Limit Oct. 18.
919.70 Knoxvllle, Tenn., and return. On sale Sept. 9th to Oct 1st. Limit 10
- days.
Fast Trains Through Pullmans Dining Cars
For Reservations or Information, call on nearest Atlantic
Coast Line Ticket Agent or write
Y. R. DEAZLEY, T. P. A., J. G. hIRKLAND, D. P. A.,

Con Stomach JnQUBvt and Cokstspatiois

For Sawacmc i".Keirs a.-- Qiaos &a.

many years. Keaa, ana on motion

of Commissioner Henderson was re

ferred to Commissioner Crosby for in

vestigation and report.

Commissioner Proctor reported on

petition, by A. N. Cameron, read on
August 1, 1911, and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Proctor E. I Stafford of

Weirsdale, F. W. Perrin and F. Hen-

derly of South Lake AY eir were art art-pointed
pointed art-pointed commissioners to view, mark

and lay out the road on the most
practical route and report as early as

Mr. C. S. Turner, superintendent of
the county poor farm, appeared and

made report on county poor farm.

showing seven colored and three

white inmates now at the farm, and
also reported that a Mrs. Graham
had been sent to the poor farm and

that she was a citizen of Valdosta,
Ga., and not a proper charge of Ma Marion
rion Marion county. On motion of Commis

sioner Carmichael it was ordered that
a warrant be drawn for $10 in favor

of C. S. Turner, and used to purchase
a railroad ticket for Mrs. Graham,
and expenses, to Valdosta, Ga., and

that she be sent to Valdosta, Ga.

Commissioner Proctor reported that
Dr.. Slaughter had refused to act. on
petition by Goin and Lightsey. On

motion of Commissioner Proctor it
was ordered that Walter Nichols,

George Lovell and J. G. Denison be
appointed commissioners to view,

mark and lay out the most practical

route in connection with Surveyor W.

A. Moorhead, and make report as ear

ly as practicable, and that the com commissioners
missioners commissioners notify Messrs. Goin and
Lightsey and Reuben Redding when
they expect to go over the route.
Mr. J. L. Smoak appeared and ask asked
ed asked the recommendation of the board
to the comptroller to be allowed to
redeem the outstanding certificates at
face value and omitted years' taxes,
without interest. On motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Henderson motion was
J. A. Hicks of Lynne, Fla., reported
the loss of warrant No. 2323, Dec. C,
1910, in favor of Hatton Tillis, for $3.
On motion of Commissioner Hender Henderson
son Henderson it was ordered that a-duplicate
of warrant No. 2323 be issued and
mailed to J. A. Hicks, Lynne, Fla.

E. C. Smith apeared and made
proposition to bury county paupers

for $6.50 each, this to cover all ex expenses.
penses. expenses. On motion of Commissioner
Carmichael the proposition was ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. Tax Collector W. 5L. Colbert filed
report of licenses collected during
September, 1911, showing $1C0 for
state and $90.25 for county, which
was read and filed.
C. S. Turner, superintendent of
poor farm, presented statement of ex expenses
penses expenses of county poor farm for Sep September,
tember, September, showing total amount of ex expenses
penses expenses to be $151.71, including super superintendent's
intendent's superintendent's salary. Read and filed.
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the Gra Gra-hamville
hamville Gra-hamville ferry be kept open, and all
persons passing over be transferred
free of charge until 8 p. m., on ac account
count account of the mail route, and that the
clerk notify the ferryman of this or order.
der. order. On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the clerk
notify Mr. Gordon to reduce wages
of Tom Glymp from 11V cents per

hour to 15 cents per hour, and J. M.
Glymp from 20 cents per hour to 15
cents per hour.
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor it was ordered that Mrs. Sweat
be dropped from the pauper list.
Mr, J, A. Albritton appeared rela relative
tive relative to the extension of the Daisy and
Fort McCoy road.
Mr. C. Y. JVIiller appeared relative
to the opening up of the old Cribbett
road from Mart el to the Cotton Plant
On motion board adjourned until
1:30 p. m.
Afternqpn Session
Board met at 1:30 p. m., pursuant
to adjournment.
Notary public bond of C. Y. Miller,
with W. W. Clyatt and T. T. Munroe
sureties, read and approved.
Notary public bond bf R. A. Swain,

with A. S. Johnson and A. R. Griffin
as sureties, read and approved.
Notary public bond of H. M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, with E. P. Rentz and W. .A.
Knight as sureties, read and approv approved.
ed. approved.
Notary public bond by Earl F. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, with P. W. Millett and' Hal B.
Wilson as sureties, read and approv approved.
ed. approved. Notary public bond by J. G. Kich Kich-line,
line, Kich-line, with H. A. Kramer and C. A.
Scandrett as sureties, read and ap approved.
proved. approved. Hon. D. H. Irvine appeared and pre presented
sented presented petition as follows: "We, the
undersigned residents and land own owners
ers owners of the vicinity, respectfully peti petition
tion petition your honorable board to grant a
public road upon that part of an old
neighborhood road known as the
Millwood and Fort Drain road, from
Millwood flag-station, on the Atlantic
Coast Line railroad, westward and
practically through the center of
sections 3, 4, 5 and 6 of tp 13, s, and
r 21, e, to where it intersects with
the Fairfield and Irvine public road."
Read and on motion of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Henderson was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Crosby for investigation
and report.
Mrs. M. E. Marsh of Daisy. Fla., ap appeared
peared appeared and asked the assistance of
the board as to her pension claim as
the widow of James Marsh. Matter
was held for investigation.
Hon. George MacKay appeared and
presented plans and specifications
for remodeling the old county jail
into a county poor house. After ex-

Milk Froip THhiese Hfelk-Ered" Grj

Mrs. Housewife
Here is the finest milk that ever carae from
cows. And you can have it every day of the year.
. Onr dairies are located in seven northern states
in the heart of our best dairying sections. They
are stocked with Holstein cows.
The dairies are cleanly; the cows are inspected.
The purity of the milk is most carefully guarded.
Wherever you go, whatever you pay, you will
never taste milk that's better than Van Camp's.
Water Taken Out
To bring this milk to you in an economical
way we evaporate most of the water. Not by
boiling not by scalding. We do it in a vacuum,
in moderate heat at 125 degrees.
This is done close to each dairy, in a modern
plant, under clean and aseptic conditions. Thus
two-thirds of the water is taken out from the milk
that comes fresh from the cow.
Nothing is added whatever no sugar, no starch,
no preservative. Nothing but water is taken out.
Then the milk is put up in sealed cans, and then
pasteurized. When you put back the water, you
have the natural milk as it came from the cow,
6ave for the sterilization

8 Butter Fat
The milk as it comes to you is as thick as thick
cream. It is 23 per cent solids 8 per cent batter
fat. In coffee or on cereals it tastes like the rich richest
est richest cream
In cooking it gives a rich flavor to milk dishes :
the flavor of whole, rich milk. You-don't get
whole milk from the milk wagon, because the
milk separates. There is always a dearth of
butter fat or solids. The milk which gets to your -cooking
is rarely more than a half-milk'
You'll be amazed at the flavor which Van -Camp's
gives to milk dishes.. Yet it's nothing;
but rich, whole milk. -
Utterly Sterile
Van Camp's Milk is free from germs absolute- -ly
free. Where there are millions of germs in
each drop of raw milk, there isn't one in a gallon
of this. (
Think what that means no chance of infec infection.
tion. infection. All the dangers that lurk in raw milk are
avoided. A pasteurized milk the only sort safe
to use.
You can buy, if you wish, a month's supply at
a time. It is like having a cow. in the pantry.


Then you have milk or cream rich csd btd tzj
time you want it. Yoo have, all jooi vxztjmix
none left oyer, lor the opened can kera tin yea
use it up.
Saves Abcnl Kc!i
We save you the cost of the jpSLaaa's ds2j
delivery. VThat costs more than te cult. Ar3
we save you all the waste. The US3 cf Ve5
Camp's, in most homes, cuts milk."i riU fcl

And you r;et the finest milk ta.Aincxic-eI2r
from high-bred cows a milk equal to Swiss It
has been perfected by famous experts, fctoc-t
from Switzerland and Holland. There is no otLcr
- evaporated milk in this country "nearly so geed
as Van Camp's. -

The l-oz. can a full
pint of Van Camp's
costs 10 cents. The 6 6-cz.
cz. 6-cz. can cosu 5 cents. :
That's with two thirds
the w a ter evaporated.
Your grocer gets it direct
from our nearest dairy. -'

Van Camp Packing Co.
Indianapolis, Ind.

Van Ceunmp's Mils

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amination and some minor changes,
same was accepted ,and on motion of
Commissioner Carmichael it was or ordered
dered ordered that the clerk enter advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in the Ocala papers that this
board will receive bids for the work,
according to the plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications on file with the clerk of this
board; bids to be opened on" Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, November 8, at noon. The
board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
E. L. Carney, with J. P. Phillips and
D. G. Watkins as sureties, read and
Notary public bond by J. P. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, with W. L. Colbert and E. L.
Carney as sureties, read and approv approved.
ed. approved. ;..--:---;..'.v"j
Bond for license to carry rifle by
J. P. Phillips, with D. G. Watkins
and E. L. Carney as sureties, read
and approved.
Report' by Henry Gordon, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of hard roads, showing 1533
yards of hard 'road constructed dur during
ing during September read and filed.
Commissioner Crosby made report

on road petition for road from Daisy
to Fort McCoy. On motion John WT.
Stevens, S. J. Taylor and Jos. LaRue
were appointed a commission, in con connection
nection connection with the ocunty surveyor, W.
A. Moorhead, -to. view, mark and lay
out the road as petiti6ned for, and
make report to this board as early
as possible.
Communication from Judge W. S.
Bullock as follows: "Recently I had
occasion to consider that part of

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chapter 6212, laws of Florida, acts of
19J1, Imposing a license tax on own owners
ers owners of automobiles not for hire, ad adverse
verse adverse to the contention of the county
holding that part of the act unconsi unconsi-tutiona.
tutiona. unconsi-tutiona. It is a matter of interest
to Marion "county, for If- the act is
valid, then it would produce approxi approximately
mately approximately $3000 for this county, and by
all means the matter should be pre presented
sented presented to the supreme-court of this
state without delay."
On motion the county attorneys
were instructed to make appeal to
the supreme court for decision.
The clerk was instructed to notify
the tax collector to collect licenses
on all automobiles held or used for
hire. : .a
On motion the board adjourned un until
til until 9:30 Wednesday morning.
Wednesday Morning
The board, after visiting the coun coun-ty
ty coun-ty road camp on the Dunnellon road,
and the new county jail, met in regu regular
lar regular session. All members present,
except S. W. Petteway, who was ab absent
sent absent on account of sickness.
W. W. Clyatt appeared and showed
that the state holds 154 tax certifi certificates,
cates, certificates, covering lands in sw of sw,
sec 27 and sees 33 and 34, tp 14, r 22,
from two to twenty-two years old,
covering mostly very small parcels,
which, he claimed, under the rule,
will never be sold or disposed of by
the state, as the taxes, interest and
costs would in each instance be many
times the value of the land. The tur turpentine
pentine turpentine and timber has already been
removed and there remains nothing
but the soil and possibly some scrub

growth. These lands are, of course,
off the tax books and yield no reven revenue.
ue. revenue. The face value of the 154 certifi certificates
cates certificates amounts to $348.33, which he
offered to pay, and take up these cer certificates.
tificates. certificates. ,;
Having considered the proposition
of W. W. Clyatt above set out, it was
on motion ordered that this board
recommend the comptroller to accept
the proposition. -.'
Mclver & MacKay submitted bid
to build an 8000 gallon capacity cis cistern
tern cistern at the new county jail for laun laundry
dry laundry for $223.60. On motion of Cim Cim-missioner
missioner Cim-missioner Carmichael the proposition
was accepted.
H. W. Tucker submitted proposi-

I tlon to connect up all the water

spouts in the jail building, furnish all
material. for and connect with the cis cistern
tern cistern with 8-in. T. C. pipe, furnish and
connect up in laundry, one force
pump, all complete, for $244.88. On
motion of Commissioner Carmichael
proposition was accepted.
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor it was ordered that warrant be
drawn in favor of J. F. Jenkins &
Co., for $800, on account of new Jail
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
presented building warrants No. 3363,
July 5, 1911, for $2200; No. 3479, AV
gust 8, 1911, for $4101.40; No.; 3840,
August 8, 1911, for $864.70. all to J. F.

Jenkins & Co account of new Jail,
which were cancelled, and : refund
warrants, under act of legislature of
1911, issued in lieu thereof,' payable
in 191C and 1917.
John M. Graham, county treasurer,
filed report of receipts and disburse disbursements
ments disbursements for September, 1911, showing:
School Fund
Receipts. -. . . . . ...$31110.93
Disbursements..' . . ... 1992.90

Balance... ... ,.. .......$1118.03
Road Fund
Receipts ...$1153.47
Disbursements ....... i . ; 1147.42

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Coraer Soata First aad Maaraalla
. Streets Phone 73



Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes

Onion Seed

We now have a plenty of
Onion Seedr
.White Dennada, :
Red Dermcda,
Crystal Wax.

Balance .."..$ 6.05
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Receipts.. $1845.11
Disbursements . : . ... ... 772.77

Balance. .. ... . ; . .
Building Fund

Receipts ...

Disbursements .

.$ 139.44
. 1133

Balance .. $ 26.21
County Proper
Recepits. .'. ...-.......$ 118.42
Disbursements.;. ..V ... ... 99.70

- Balance. .

...$ 18.72


Total balance.: $18805
The above report was read and fil filed.
ed. filed.
On motion of Commissioner; C&rmi C&rmi-cbael
cbael C&rmi-cbael the county v treasurer was in instructed
structed instructed to transfer $600 from fine
and forfeiture fund to county roads
fund : : : ; -'
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed
list of errors, insolvencies and double
assessments, which was examined
and approved.
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed
list of poll taxes received during Sep September;
tember; September; 1911, showing 82 extras re received.
ceived. received. -. '- ; .-
Bond for license to cany pistol by
JM. Sullivan read and approved.
. The following justices filed reports
showing no business during Septem September,
ber, September, 1911 : R, C. Douglass, Alexander
Wynne, C. C. Curry, L. L. Hopkins
. The following Jostices filed reports
showing fines and .costs imposed la
Marion county during the oosth cf
September, as Tollows:
. Joseph BelU county Judse, Csta,
$215; costs, $48.57.
J. W. Lyles, fines, $77X3; cccts,
$14X3.- . J

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