THE FURNITURE, MEN
GEE! BUT IT IS COLD!
We are headquarters for .Blankets,
Comforts and Spread. Come to nee an
and have a kmm! nlKbt'M sleep.
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 19U.
A bank book with your
name on it showing you to
b a depositor of this bank
will talk for you. If you
have an employer it will at attract
tract attract hs favorable attention,
and if Hiking employment it
will help you because the fact
that you maintain a bank ac account
count account denotes thrift and sys sys-tematie
tematie sys-tematie business habits, and
these are traits that are
sought for in the character of
an employe. It will also en enable
able enable you to start into bus business
iness business on your own accord. It
will be a pleasure to us to
issue a book in your name.
Official Report of the Proceedings of
the Beard of Public Instruction at
Km November Meeting:
FULLER & AYER
Qftlpp OVfr Muqrop & Caxxs B'k.
J, E, CHACE
Hoopis t 0 anfl 11, Sffond Floor,
OPAL4 ... FLORIDA
L. F, BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Rank
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 3
p. in. Plione 211.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
tjeiieral Practice Calls Made Prompt
ly. Iglit or Pay.
ttnerial Attention to u:istetric. ms-
pases of Women ajif Children.
Office Rooms 2, 3. 4. 5 and 6. Holder
fluilding, Sepottd Floor. Phones.
Office Nfl- 333; Residence No. 333
G, T, McCLANE, M, D,
practice MMirpn to catarrhal
Head, Throat, Lungs, Stomach and
Rooms, 117 Fort,. Kins
fice Hours, 9 to 11:S0 a. m.
2 to 4 p.
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col Col-jege
jege Col-jege of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C;.
Located af the Jones ronp!tH tu South
flrt S(reet. Vft
AU Calls Promptly Answered.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWfiX, Funrral Plreetor.
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
0. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans, ana Specifications Furnished
129 South Third Street
V. C, BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46
Ocala, November 6, 1311.
The board with all members present
met at Sparr on Monday according to
informal agreement for the purpose of
looking over the situation and consid
ering the matter of the permanent lo location
cation location of the school at that place.
They met at the school house and in
body viewed the several proposed
.sites and heard statements of a num
ber of the patrons of their wishes in
he matter. The hoard returned to
Ocala and took the matter under con consideration
sideration consideration but postponed action for the
The board met at the office of the
superintendent with all members pres present
ent present and acting as follows: W. D. Carn.
chairman,. B R. Blitch and J. S. Gran-
ham, members, and J. l. Brnscw, sec
Miss Mae Halford, teacher of the An
dalusia school, and Mr. Ellis called and
made statement of the. condition of the
school to the effect that certain of the
patrons had stopped their children
from the school without cause, there thereby
by thereby reducing the average attendance
below the required limit. The matter
was discussed and it was asr.ee i$
continue, the scho,q fqr iht present.
iif. .J. U. T-rwttfcF, supervisor of the
Homeland school, called and asked for
seven joints of stope- pipe and same
At this time the minutes of the last
meeting were read and approved.
Mr. S. K. Smith, one of the trustees
of the Electra school, aud Mr. R. C.
Fort, one of the patrons, called and re
quested an Increa.se of $5 per month on
the salary of the teacher on account of
the increased attendance and action
Messrs, TAinkin", Hampton and Myers,
trustees of Capulet, called to see the
board with reference to the bill of Mr.
Ifampton for erecting the fence arQund
the school lot. Messrs, iJinkins and
Hampton contended for the payment of
the bill and Mr. Myers protested
ajnst it. Action postponed. The
superintendent reported, having in-
pectoi it $nd a, statement of a num-
hep of patruns was presented to the
effect that it was d'ne according to
Messrs, W. A. fteddlng and C. K. Lu
cius, trustees of the Charter Oak
school, called and requested that an
assistant teacher be granted- Act tan
Ieps. Petteway and Strickland,
trustees of the Heidtville school, call called
ed called and requested that a warrant frftm
district funds be dfawn in favor of the
tcaeneF for 2 to eover incidental ex
penses and also one for $60 to be
drawn in favor of S. XV, fotteway for
board and transportation of the teach
er. Request was granted, the board
and transportation to cover a period of
Mr. J. F. Farker, one of the patrons
of Homeland, called and made request
for increase of salary of thd teacher
of $5 per month and also that a bill of
$2 fo books tor a poor widow patron
ot the. school be paid. Action post
Mr. S. J. HcCuljy, agricultural dem
onstratiqn agent of the U. S. govern
ment, called and presented the pur
poses and plans or th government in
stimulating an increased eorn yield
am better agricultural conditions
throughout the country, and reque.ste.d
the cooperation of the sphqol authori authorities
ties authorities and teachers qf jhs cqunty in en encouraging
couraging encouraging thg formation of corn clubs
among the boys of the county. The
matter was discussed and it was agreed
that the authorities would be glad to
extend any cooperation possible 'in the
work insofar as would not interfere
with the regular school work.
Mr. I W. Wilson, supervisor of the
Eaton Creek school, called asked
that Mr. D. S. Rickard he declared a
patron of the Eaten Creek school. He
was st declared unless a protest
against same should afterward eome
Messrs. R. II. Sanders and E. F.
Smith, trustees of the Dunnellon school,
called and presented bills for the fenc fencing
ing fencing and sundry items of incidental ex expense.
pense. expense. The assessment of the Stand Standard
ard Standard & Hernando Railway, in the Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon sub-district, was discussed and
the secretary was directed to corres correspond
pond correspond with the comptroller with refer reference
ence reference to the s$m
The matter bt paying the bill for fix fixing
ing fixing the fence at the Capulet school
was taken up and it was agreed to pay
the bill provided the contractor would
fix the lower part of. the fence so a,s to
makf it hog proof.
llv'sst.-. J- L. Smoak and Goolsby of
Silver Springs, called and reported that
they had secured a suitable house at
Silver Springs for school purposes an3
are r.eady to open school as soon as a
teacher and sehooj furniture can be se
It was agreed to increase the salary
of the teacher at Electra 2.0 per
A written communication from one of
he patrons of Howard Academy was
presented in which he complained of
the requirements of the domestic
science department" and protested
against them. The ctreumstances of
the case were discussed and It was
agreed that the board approved the
work and sustained the school in the
regulations necessary to carry it out.
Mr. J. A. Reynolds, supervisor of the
Lake Bryant school, called and pro
tested against Mr. Rickards being al
lowed to patronize the Eaton Creek
school. The secretary was directed to
write Mr. Rickards vith reference to
In reference to the assistant bein
granted for the Charter Oak school it
was decided that no assistant could be
granted until the average attendance
reach thirty-five per month, as is re required
quired required in all cases, with a probability
of maintaining same.
Tn"e request for a raise in salary of
the Homeland school teacher was re refused.
fused. refused. The question of the schools being
allowed to dismiss for the teachers and
sehoel children to have an opportunity
to attend the fair was discussed and it
was agreed that those schools wish wishing
ing wishing to do so could dismiss for one day,
but the time must be made up as if
missed for any other cause.
Prof. J. D. McCall. principal, and M.
D. Pearce, industrial teacher of How Howard
ard Howard Academy, called to discuss the re repainting
painting repainting of the school building. It was
agreed that the board would furnish
the necessary paint if the school
would see that it was properly ap applied.
plied. applied. It was also agreed that the
board would furnish lumber and tools
for the industrial work at Howard
The board adjourned until 7 p. m.
Professor Beard, principal of the An Anthony
thony Anthony 3chool, called and discussed the
situation with reference to what seems
to be smallpox among the pupils. It
was agreed that the school would be
continued with a3 little inconvenience
as possible and that a physician would
be asked to make an inspection and
make a report.
A communication from the trustees
of the Fairfield school was presented,
stating that a meeting of the .patens
of the school had been held and asked
for the appointment of Br. H. Gattrell
for the nf-xt ensuing two "years fol following
lowing following said election. Only taxpaying
qualified electors residing within the
givtn boundaries will be entitled to
vote in the said election. The follow following
ing following are appointed as managers of the
election and requested to serve as
such, viz: G. B. Brown, C. W. Turner
and W. P.. Milligan. and W. C. Credle,
clerk. Called by order of the board of
public instruction of Marion county.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
as trustee or the rairneld district in
the place of Mr-. R. H. Scott, who was
there. fe,u very seldom. The board di
rected the superintendent to write Mr.
Scott with reference to the situation.
report was received from the trus
tees of the Fairfield school stating that
their school had started with Miss Hat Hat-tie
tie Hat-tie Bean principal and Mrs. C. L. Thig-
pin as assistant.
A proposition from th OcaJ Lum
ber & Supply. Go,., tQ fufvuah paint for
the painting o. ttwaM Academy was
present and it was ordered that the
matter be laid over until the next
meeting of the board and the secretary
to secure full Information and prices
A request from the supevisar- of
Turner Farm school for a pump to be
furnished wa,s gyafttixj.
A communication was presented from
the patrons of Christian school, color colored,
ed, colored, for the appointment of II. B. Maove
as supervisor instead of the present one
who, Is pot ther. rtequest granted.
Resignation of J. L. Jones as teacher
of the Grahamville school was present presented
ed presented and accepted, and the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent reported the appointment of Mr.
Mose Lauffer at teacher.
The superintendent reported a spe
cial meeting at the Oklawaha se.hvol
to discuss the details of Ce- addition
to be built and tue selection of an as assistant
sistant assistant teacher, rians and speeift;ea-
tions had been made and hid for con
structing the addition had heen sub
mitted, hut nothing definite had been
A request from Mr. Jos. F. Mickle
for the establishment of a school to b.e
located about two miles wp of .Ju
liette was preseittsd and declined for j
the proseut year, as the season Is too
far advanced for the establishment of
A large hatfh ef aeeeuntsxjvas pass
ed for payment and vouchers ordered
drawn as per financial statement filed
with the elerk of the circuit court and
posted at the courthouse.
The board adjourned to meet next
morning at 8 o'clock.
The board met with aU members
present and acting,.
A large number of .teachers' reports
were examined .and their accounts
passed for payment.
The treasurer's vepori was present presented
ed presented and checked ov$r, compared with
the Yvtueher-s presented and found to
ba correct. It showed balance and
receipts for the month of October of
$1372.70; disb.usdments, $1298: balance,
$74.70. Total sub-district halanee and
receipts, $4249.40; dishusements. $39.2.
and balance $3880.14. The district
balances were shown to he as follows:
Ocaja, $22.41; Mcintosh, $41.53; Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, $143. T4; Fantville, $47.62; Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, $15.60; Reddick, $4.76; Pine
Level. $6.58; Mayville. $36.85; Weirr
dale, $354.81; Citra, $4.3S; Qriner Farm,
$52.57; BueK Pnd, $269.82; Sparr,
$304.43; CandleF, $301.64; Fellowship.
H9.48; Electra. $52.28; Rlitehton. $7512;
Martel, $83.19; Fort King, $153.10
Capulet, $532,?!; Llnadale. $59.01; Cot
ton Plant. $384.46; Orange Lake. $122.08
Oak Hill. $8.54; Moss Bluff, $4.82; Fair
field, $75,74: Cottage Hill, $9.78; Char
ter Oak. $212.23; Pedro, $4.52; Ken
drick, $174.47; Oklawaha. $92.88; Pleas
ant Hill. $88.77; Heidtville, $426.22; Ft.
McCoy, $2. The following assessments
were made on the taxable property in
each district for the year 1911-12 as
shown by the tax assessor's commis commission
sion commission account: Ocala, $4036.57; Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, $446.53; Belleview. $460.3.5; Vaat Vaat-ville,
ville, Vaat-ville, $70.14; DunneUon, $1467. S4; Red Reddick,
dick, Reddick, $398.5; y.iu Level. $279.06; Buck
Pond;. $27,14: Weirsdale, $445.63; Grin Grin-er
er Grin-er Farm, $224.34; Sparr, $243.16; Cand
ler. $231.12; Fellowship. $337.19; Elec
tra, $62.58; Blitchton, $166.02; Mattel.
$242.42; Fort King, $24L?s; Capulet,
$150.85: Cotton Plant, $189.70; Orange
Lake, $300.86; Oak Hill. $48.99; Moss
Bluff. $54.66; Fairfield, $205.73; Charter
Oak, $174.17; Pedro. $108.06; KendrieR,
$227.70; Oklawaha, $232.87; Hjidtville,
$292.45; Pleasant Hill, $17.49; Fort Mc McCoy,
Coy, McCoy, $258.1?. This makes a total dis
trict assessment of $12,469.14.
The notice of the petition calling for
an election to be called at Anthony for
the purpose of determining whether or
not a suh-tx school district should be
created for the territory within the
bounds mentioned in the said petition.
and also to determine the millaare to
be assessed, and also to elect three
persons trustees of said district, hav
ing been duly published for four con
seeutive weeks in a paper within the
county, and no protest against the call
ing of said election being made, it was
ordered that the following notice of
election be published for four consec consecutive
utive consecutive weeks In a paper within the
Call for Special Tax ab-DItrtet Elec
tion at Anthony
Xotlce is hereby given that on Satur
day, December 2. 1911, between the
hours of 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. at the reg
ular place of voting at the town of An
thony. there will be held an election
for the purpose of determining whether
or not thera shall be established a spe
cial tax school district to be known a
the Anthony special tax school district
bounded by and lying within the fol
lowing Dounas: g at tne ne cor o
the seU of see 36. thence w to the
nw cor of the swi of sec 31, each o
the foregoing being in tp 13. range 2
east, thence s to the sw cor of 13, t
14, range 22 east, thence n to p o t
Also to determine the rate of mlllage
one. two or three mills, to be assessed
and collected on all the taxable prop
erty within the above described boun
daries for school purposes within th
same territory. Also to elect thre
suitable persons to serve as trustees
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of On Hundred Dollars for each
and evory co of catarrh that cannot
he. cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cur. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. I. 1S8C. A. W. Gleason,
Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
Sold by all dyuggtsts, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
A nice farm of 11 V
proved, all fenced with
all cleared except three
acres, well im-
well of water, two-room house and
other improvements. Laoated 1 miles
from courthou.se in Ocala on Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton ha?M road. Will sell reasonable.
AMi t William Maddox, Ocala, Fla,
fOlGHIXG AT IVICiHT
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tutes. substitutes. Sold hy Court Pharmacy.
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
tiade on Erection of Buildings of any
Character by contract or on commis
sion basis, write or consult me at
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OCALA - FLORIDA
DrlKkam Youbk'm ITjcIy Has Appear,
on Silver Service for lade Sam
Ww York. Nov. 11. In spite of the
protest of the opponents of Mormon Mormon-ism
ism Mormon-ism who live in Utah and elsewhere
a likeness of Brigham Young appears
on the coffee tray of the silver service
presented to the super-dreadnought
Utah Jay the people of Utah. The like likeness
ness likeness is incidental to a picture of a
monument erected in Salt Lake City
to the pioneers of Utah. There are
186 pieces in the silver set, making it
one of the most complete services ever
presented to an American war vessel.
It cost $15,000. The prominent features
of the decoration are the Utah state
seal, emblematic of industry, the great
seal of the United States, and the seal
of the navy department. There are
also Utah mining scenes, and over overland
land overland pioneer ox train, the sago lily,
the state flower of Utah, the pioneer
monument, surmounted by a statute of
Brigham Young, and the spires of the
great Mormon temple. The service
was displayed on tables standing be between
tween between the turrets of the big battle battleship.
ship. battleship. The silver was covered by an
American flag, which was drawn aside
by Miss Hazel Dawn, an actress, who
In private life is Miss Hazel Tout of
Utah. Tfce service was presented by
Governor Spry of Utah, and was ac accepted
cepted accepted on behalf of the officer by
Captain W. S. Benson. Senator Smoot
attended the presentation, and several
songs were sung by the Tabernacle
choir from Salt Lake City.
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Charles RodofT. Proprietor.
Rest Quick Lunch Keating; House
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Owing to the rapid increase in"our business and a need
of additional room, we have moved into the store formerly
occupied by the paint department of the Ocala Lumber &
Supply Company, with A. M. Lansford, the music dealer,
OPPOSITE THE BANNER OFFICE.
We are now better prepared than ever to handle your
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Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company is mak
ing to hold rain water from the roof
of 5our dwelling? If not, see them.
IS THE WORLD GROWING RETTEIt?
AJany things go to prove that It is.
The wajT thousands are trying to help
others is proof. Among them is Mrs.
W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield. X. II. Find
ing good health by taking Electric
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FORT KING RI.OCK
SI RURBAX HOUSE FOR REVT
A 10-room house with all city im improvements
provements improvements and elegant surroundings,
IV. miles from court house. Just the
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of goods is now in and is very complete, with the
very latest styles and fabrics from the leading mar markets
kets markets of the north.
We call especial attention to the handsome new
line, for men and boys, of
SUITS, OVERCOATS and ODD PANTS.
Our line of SHOES, DATS and CAPS for both men
and boys cannot be excelled in the city.
Our line of newest creations in GLOVES, NECK NECKWEAR,
WEAR, NECKWEAR, BELTS, ETC., is one of our specials and is well
A verv pretty line of FANCY VESTS, also BATH
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OCAXJL EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER llt 1911
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
RR. CarrroU, Business Manager.
J. R. Benjamin, Editor.
City Attorney Specific the Manner In
Which the II and red Thoand Dol Dollar
lar Dollar Bond Iwnue May be 1'ited
Oeala. Fla.. Nov. 11. 1911.
Mr. II. C. Jones, President City Council,
Dear Sir Complying with your re request
quest request for certain information relative
to an ordinance "To submit to the
registered voters of the city of Ocala,
the question of issuing bonds to the
amount of one hundred thousand dol
lars and equipping water works for
the said city of Ocala and to provide
for the issuing of said, bonds," how to
proceed thereunder so as to comply
with the conditions of the existing
contract between the city of Ocala and
the Ocala Water Company, etc., etc.,
beg to submit the following for your
The bond ordinance, above referred
to. was Dassed by the council of the
city of Ocala. April 4. A. D. 1911, and
approved by. the mayor of the -city of
Ocala, April 8th, A. D. 1911.
In compliance with the terms of said
ordinance, the Hon. J. D. .Robertson,
as mayor of the said city of Ocala, is issued
sued issued his proclamation calling an elec
tion to determine whether or not bonds
should be issued in accordance with
th's ordinance, which said election was
held on the 16th day of May, A. D.
1911, and at the first regular meeting
of the city council after said election.
the ballots cast at said election were
duly convassed by said council and
after which the said council by resolu
tion declared the results of the election
In favor of the issuance of bonds as
specified in the ordinance.
The legality of the bond election
was contested by the filing of a bill in
chancery in the circuit court for Mar
ion county, Florida, to enjoin the is
suance of said bonds, but upon applica
tlon to the circuit judge, the same was
denied, and an appeal was immediately
taken from the decision of the lower
court to the supreme court of the
state of Florida, and.the supreme court
has within the last few days affirmed
the decision of the lower court, hence,
the said bond election has been declar declared
ed declared legal by the highest tribunal of the
Under the "Bond Ordinance" the
council is authorized to Issue bonds
amounting to one hundred thousand
dollars, "for the purpose of buying and
eequlpping or constructing and equip equipping
ping equipping water works"; these bonds to be
issued In the denomination of "one
thousand dollars' each, and bear inter interest
est interest at the rate of not more than "six
per cent per annum" and payable In
not less than "ten" nor more than
"thirty years from date of issue." Un Under
der Under the law, these bonds will have to
be handled by bond trustees appoint appointed
ed appointed by the governor for that purpose.
For more specific Information on this
point, I quote section nine of the bond
"Such amount of the bonds so is issued
sued issued at such time and In such manner
as the council shall or may provide.
shall be sold by said trustees imme immediately
diately immediately upon receipt of same, but not
less than for par value thereof, and
they shall proceed to pay for the pur
chase or construction and equipping of
water works for the city of Ocala from
the proceeds thereof."
It is the duty of the city council to
recommend to the governor of the
state of Florida, by resolution, the
names of three suitable persons to be
appointed as bond trustees, and I will
make this application to the governor
as soon as, the proper resolution has
been passed by the council.
In drawing the "Bond Ordinance,"
used the following terms or word
"Buying and equipping or constructing
and equipping water works." I did
this for the reason that the city coun
cil had not at that time nor has it
thus far. Indicated by any official act,
whether it would buy the old plant or
whether it would construct a new
plant. The bonds can be issued and
used for either purpose. The full
amount of the bonds do- not have to
be issued at once, but in amounts and
at such times as the council deem nec
essary to carry in effect the "Bond
Ordinance." The council not having
decided whether It will buy the old
water works plant or whether it will
construct a new one. and as the matter
Is one of great and serious importance
to the welfare of our city and citi
zens, I take the liberty of suggesting
the expediency of a special meeting of
city council to be called for the pur purpose
pose purpose of allowing the citizens an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to express their views on the
-How to proceed so the city can avail
Itself of the rights to purchase the old
plant from the water company under
the expressed conditions of an existing
contract between the city and the wa
The life of the contract between the
city and the water works is for the pe
riod of twenty-five years from the date
of the completion and the acceptance
by the city of said water works, with
the right to extend the contract for a
period of five years, unless the citv
purchases the water works under the
terms and conditions of said contract
So we must first determine when this
contract went into effect in order to
determine when it expires. The fol
lowing will be found in the minutes
of the city council of December 7th
A. D. 1888:
"John F. Dunn. J. T. Lancaster and
J. A. Rowell. to examine and report as
to accepting the water works, sub
mitted their report which was read
favoring the accepting the works and
a vote was taken as to accepting said
report which resulted as follows: Yeas
Aldermen Lancaster. Rowell. Chandler
and Smith; neas. E. W. Agnew. Alder
man Agnew asked permission to sum
nut a minority report which was
granted, in regard to accepting said
water works. The above report In re
gard to tne water worKs which was
accepted was on motion filed for infor
mation. Alderman J. A. Rowell mov
ed that the water works be accepted
which was seconded by Alderman E. G
Smith. Yeas. H. W. Chandler. J. T
Lancaster, J. A. Rowell and E. G
Smith: naes. E. W. Agnew. The chair
man announced the motion carried."
It therefore appears from the record
of the city council that the city o
Ocala accepted the water works on th
Tth day of December. A. D. 1888 and
the contract therefore runs twenty
five years from that date, terminating
on the Tth day of December, A. D
1913. How shall the city proceed to
purchase the water works at the ex
piration of the twenty-five years'!
The above question is fully answered
rn detail by section nine, of the "Con
tract Ordinance" between the city of
Ocala and the water works, which Is
"Sec. 9. A3 provided In section two
of this ordinance, the municipality re
serves to it3elf the right. If it so elect.
at the expiration of twenty-Qve years
from the date and completion and ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of the herein proposed water
work3 to purchase same and in case
the parties then in interest can notjers, loaded with delegates to the wo-
agree upon the price to be paid by the
said municipality for the water works
then said water works may be pur purchased
chased purchased by said city at an appraised
value, to be determined in the follow-
ng manner: Upon twelve months' no
tice given by the municipality to the
owners of the water works, said own owners
ers owners shall select a competent hydraulic
engineer and these two shall select a
third competent hydraulic engineer,
the engineers thus selected shall pro
ceed to make a just and equitable val
uation of said property, which ap appraisement
praisement appraisement shall be binding on both
parties as to the value thereof and the
municipality shall have the right to
purchase and to become the absolute
owners of the said works at the ap appraised
praised appraised value. The costs and expenses
of said appraisement shall be borne
equally by the parties to it, and should
the municipality elect not to purchase
the water works in the manner and at
the time aforesaid then all rights and
privileges granted by this ordinance
shall continue in full force and effect
for a period of not less than five years,
and in the event of the municipality
electing not to purchase, it shall pay
the entire costs of said appraisal."
In the event the council decides to
purchase the water works under the
terms and conditions set forth in the
foregoing section nin.e of said ordi
nance, it Is elsewnere provided in saia
ordinance that the terms are "to be
satisfactory to both parties." If the
city desires to avail itself of the right
to purcna.se the water works at an ap-
praised value at the expiration of the
twenty-five years, then the city should
give to the owners of the water works
the twelve months' notice as required
in contract ordinance of its intention
to purchase and proceed as indicated
in the above quoted section nine.
If the city council and the Ocala
Water Works can agree on terms and
purchase of the water works, there is
nothing in the contract ordinance to
prevent it. for in that event the rights
of the respective parties therein may
Without notice for one year and
purchase of the water works by the
council, the water works contract
with the city will continue for a period
f five years, approximately, from the
th day of December, A. D. 1913.
Hoping that this communication
fully complies with your request and
gives you the desired information, I
m. Yours very respectfully,
Carlos L. Sistrunk,
The state convention of the Christ-
ian church which meets In our city
next week is a convocation without
any ecclesiastlclsm. This gathering
assumes no legislative, judicial or ap-
pointlve authority, as the church holds
hat these questions have been settled I
by the New Testament.
The purpose of the gathering is for
fellowsbin. mutual helnfulness and in-
spiratlon to better service. The exper
iences of the year will teach great
lessons. The study of the various lines
of Christian activity and opportunity
will inspire to better service and lead
the rapidly growing church to greater
The Literary Digest of Feb. 11, 1911,
shows the following- interesting: facts
with regard to the Christian church:
Membership in 1890. 641.051; member-
shin in 1910. 1.3(53.116. Thus showlnsr
a gain in twenty years of more than
one hundred per cent.
The same authority on the same
page gives the following as tne gains,
in ilv. ror well Known single oem oem-Inations:
Inations: oem-Inations: Roman Catholic, 110,100;
Disciples of Christ or Christian church.
S9.759: regular P.aptists, South, 49,749;
Cumberland Presbyterian 40,000; Meth
odist Episcopal church. South, 32,000:
Protestant Episcopal church, 16.677.
Thus showing that the Christian
church made much larger gains than
any other Protestant cnurcn. And this
was not div? in any measure to immi
gration as was the gain of the Cath
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Guild bazaar and oyster supper will
be held at Elks' hall Tuesday, Dec. rt'i
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POFLTRY FOR SALE
Two 3-months-old Road Island Red
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MARION BAPTIST ASSOCIATION
A Brief Report of It Meeting: at Sparr,
Wednradav and Thurtxlaj,
Nov. H and ft
At S o'clock Thursday morning, the
autos of Mrs. R. S. Hall. Miss Beulah
Hall. Mr? Lewis Home and two oth-
men's meeting of the Marion Fiaptist
Association left Ocala for Sparr. The
ride out there was fine, and to one who
does not get out very often it was a
great pleasure, but as lirne was short
there was not much of it spent on the
road. Upon arriving at Sparr the
meetinsrs were found in session. Mrs.
Hood, as vice president, gave an in interesting
teresting interesting talk, and Mrs. Pelman ad addressed
dressed addressed the ladies upon their work.
Her address was both interesting and
beneficial. Then there were the re reports
ports reports from the various churches, and
by that time the thought of dinner was
in the minds of all. Mrs. S. D. Souter
took the Ocala party in charge and as
for the dinner, anyone watching the
Ocaians eat would think it was a
starved lot. There was plenty to have
fed a regiment and, oh, that chicken
pie, and fried chicken, salads, pickles,
pies, cakes, everything that is good
to eat and cooked to a fine finish, even
hot coffee: in fact, everything was hot.
just off the stove and did nrt have the
cold picnic style about it. Mrs. Souter
certainly kr ws just how to fix up
things to eat for hungry people from
Ocala. As soon as the people could be
induced to leave the dinner table, a
business meeting was held, after
which there was a little time spent in
social chat with those from the sur-
rounding towns. Then came the re return
turn return home, which was through the lit little
tle little village f Anthony, a very pretty
place with its magnificent oaks. Dr.
Hook took iis party through the main
part of town, and the road was all too
short from Anthony to Ocala. With
Dr. and Mr-;. Hood's ideal company,
the longest road would seem too short.
The Baptist Association held at
Sparr on ednesday and Thursday of
this week was largely attended. Dele-
ates from the thirty churches com
prising the .Marion Association were
present. The work of the past year
was reviewed and plans laid for en
largement and expansion for the com
The pastors of this association are
a body or fine men ami the laymen
represent the best among our citizens.
Rev. J. M. Thompson of Island Grove,
whs was the moderator, presided with
dignity and justice and due courtesy
to all. Rev. Mr. Martin, pastor of the
church at Sparr, acted as clerk. Dr.
J. D. Chapman, pastor of the Baptist
church in Ocala. was present for the
first time at a Florida meeting. He
made a fine impression and aided very
materially in the conduct of affairs.
Deacon Isaac Stevens. Mr. W. T. Gary
and Mr. George Brown represented the
Ocala church. Mr. Gary made a most
eloquent and forceful address on tem-
perance and the association as a noay
... i i i
went on record in no unmis.iaK.arue
terms upon mis great and vital sun-
The women of the association held
their session in the school house near
the church. There was an attendance
lot about 100 women. the missionary
union was accorded a cordial welcome
by Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Duval of Ocala.
responding. The associational vice
president, Mrs. E. Van Hood of Ocala,
presided over the meeting. The letters
read from the unions showed much in interest
terest interest and activity along all lines of
missions and benevolent work. A fine
I paper on the Sunbeams, written ny
Mrs. J. L. Christian of Mcintosh, was
read by Mrs. A. J. ungance or ocala.
The "Training School" of Louisville
Ky., was presented in an excellent re-
port, written by Mrs. D. D. .Willis of!
Williston. read by Mrs. Duval.
Mrs. Peelman, or .Jacksonville, cor
J responding secretary of the State Mis-
sionary union, mane an instructive tarn
on "The Work and Its Needs, follow followed
ed followed by Mrs. J. D. Chapman of Ocala. in
a superb address on the inion. its
Plans, Its Scope and Its Purpose."
Mrs. Peek of Ocala was elected sec
retary of the meeting. Misses r.eulah
Hall and Alta Pearson acted as ushers
and pages. Mrs. Van Hood was re reelected
elected reelected vice president of the associa
tional work, with Mrs. I. P.. Willis of
Williston, her assistant.
A vote of thanks was extended to
the good ladies of all denominations
at Sparr, who aided in giving the union
such royal entertainment.
The delegates who attended from
Ocala were Mesdames L. W. Duval, J.
D. Chapman. William Richie, Edward
Peek, Fred J. DeBerry, A. J. Brigance,
M. H. Hatchell. E. Van HooJ. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Edwards, Annie Aiken. L. P. Con
verse, John Kd wants and Misses josio
Williams, Mary Phillips. Alta Pearson.
Beulah Hall and Mae Bingham: Okla-
waha Bridge by Mrs. T. A. Perry; Dun-
nellon bv Mrs. L V. Mixon. Mrs. W. D.
Edwards and Mrs. T. X. Strange: Belle-
view by .miss ftdna .icnois; irysuu
River by Mrs. C. Hay; Island Grove by
Mrs. J. N. Simmons: Fairview church
by Mrs. A. V. Rou: Flemington by Miss
i Anna Nixon.
TO Cl'KK V COLD IX OXK DAY
Take' LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab
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to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature
on eacn dox. zoc.
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for low-priced, easy selling juvenile
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"I do not believe there is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
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FOR SALE R. C. Rhode Island Red
eggs, $1.".0 for setting of in.- No. 20
8th street. South.
In damp, chilly weather there Is al always
ways always a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know bv experience its great re
lieving power in rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
,t wince. Price. 2"c. 0e. and 51 per
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"X. Y. Z.. care Ocala Evening Star.
Special Subject for the unday Sehool
LeMKOna of Tomorrow
Nov. 12th is the "World's Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Sunday." The lesson is founded
on Belshazzar's "Feast and Fate," Dan.
3th chapter. A modern interpretation
oi tne handwriting on the wall js as
5. Mene. Mene. The days of intem intemperance
perance intemperance are numbered when all the
boys become total abstainers.
Tekel. The wise young man sees to
it that the whole question of the use
of intoxicating liquors is weighed in
the balances of reason, of science, of
Peres. The kingdom, of all that is
best and noblest, is divided from the
intemperate, and given to those who
use absolute self-control.
National League of Young People
To sombini all the young people's
religious societies in the United States
to oppose the liquor traffic and to fight
dishonesty in public life, is the object
of "America's Young People," an or organization
ganization organization just formed at Chicago.
The chief means by which these
things are to be attacked is through a
campaign to induce young people to
enter politics; not for personal ambi ambition
tion ambition but as a matter of patriotic duty.
If the victim of intemperate habits
were, the only one to suffer, this great
evil would be robbed of half of its
terrors. If the Relshazzars could suf suffer
fer suffer and die alone, the story would not
be so sad. But not only does he en endanger
danger endanger his people by neglecting his
duty as sovereign in this night of peril,
many others who hold places of trust
and authority are led by the prestige
of the king's examples of careless neg neglect.
lect. neglect. So Babylon, the city, must suffer
because her ruler and his nobles sac sacrificed
rificed sacrificed duty that they might indulge
their beastly appetites. There is the
son who 'Used to be so careful as to
the happiness of that-loving mother
not for worlds would he cause her
patn or suffering. There is the kind
husband, the tender and self-sacrificing
father, his greatest care is the wel
fare and happiness of that home. Let
them become the slaves of intemper intemperance,
ance, intemperance, that son will be heedless of that
mother's tears, and though he knows
her heart is breaking day by day, he
will go on in cruel indifference. It
transforms that kind and faithful son
into a man who can see his mother die
by inches and never once be constrain'1
ed to remove the cause of her anguish
That husband can reach the place
where, in sluggish unconcern, he can
see the wife whom he swore to love
and cherish, become the burden-bearer
of the home, the light fade from her
eyes, and the joy from her heart. He
can see her wearing shabby clothing
and living on insufficient food. He
can look upon his children, deprived
of their rightful advantages, ragged,
barefoot and hungry, growing up in
ignorance and squalor. There is no
recklessness greater than the callous,
selfish recklessness of the son or the
husband and father in the thralldom
Intemperance is reckless in its. de destruction
struction destruction of wealth. Belshazzar re reclining
clining reclining upon Oriental couches, drink drinking
ing drinking the rarest wines from vessels of
gold and silver, does not for one
moment consider that he is endanger endangering
ing endangering the homeland wealth of his p'eo p'eo-ple.
ple. p'eo-ple. We can only faintly imagine the
ruin and loss which accompanied the
sack and pillage of a city like Baby Babylon
lon Babylon by an army of that age. It would
take decades to restore to them the
loss which came in part, at least., from
that drunken revel. Intemperance is
today the most reckless force in our
land for the destruction of wealth. Not
only does it take from channels of pro productive
ductive productive industry $1,500,000,006 each
year, but it Is impossible to compute
the loss to our nation in the earning
power of brain and muscle which have
been destroyed as productive forces
through intemperance. Were our na nation
tion nation to build twenty-five great modern
battleships annually only to take them
to mid-ocean and sink them, what a
cry would go up over this reckless
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Instructor in Voice
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.
SEE ME FOR THREE VERY
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A. M. LANSFORD
No. 3 North Main St.
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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
th popular syrups, lou will find It ex exhilarating;
hilarating; exhilarating; satisrying-, cooling. Try It
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THE COURT PHARMACY
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
FAMOUS CHASE AND SANBORN'S
This fall our stock
Meat Paste in Tulies.
Puree Fois Gras
Puree of Partridge.
Puree of Quail.
Puree of Pheasant.
Puree of Thrush.
Truffle Liver Sausage.
Sardines in Glass.
ROYAL SCARLET Fruits and Vegetables are packed on
grown. When you get Royal Scarlet goods you can always
2 PHONES, 16 AND 174
waste of wealth. But the forces of In
temperance rob us of many times that
amount each year.
Influence of Aggressive ItiiNlneftM
Those who are disposed to think
that temperance efforts have not ac
complished all that they ought should
recognize the part that the well or organized
ganized organized and aggressive liquor interests
have played in extending the use of
drink. "Alcoholic drinks are made to
be sold," said Mr. Homes Folks", late
president of the National Conference
of Charities and Coorrections. The
present construction of the interstate
commerce law gives the protection of
the federal government to liquor ship shipped
ped shipped from one state into a "dry" state
or community in another state, until
the liquor reaches the consignee. This
invasion of states' rights by the fed federal
eral federal government constitutes today one
of the very great hindrances to gen genuine
uine genuine progress and success in abolish abolishing
ing abolishing and diminishing the sale of liquor.
It is just here, too, that local option
laws, valuable as they are, fail of
complete effectiveness because they do
not touch the manufacture of alcoholic
beverage. By local option a state may
be nearly all "dry," so far as the sale
of liquor is concerned, but at the same
time may permit its brewery and dis distillery
tillery distillery interests to' manufacture and
push their products elsewhere, and to
increase in power in protecting and ex extending
tending extending the whole business.
There is encouragement from the
past, and every Incentive to redouble
effort for the future in education and
legislation education against the use,
legislation against manufacture and
sale, of intoxicating drinks.
Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. 15. Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Xot Yours But You."
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "God Rich in Mercy."
A cordial invitation extended to all,
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
The revival meeting at the Metho
dist church continues to increase in in
terest and attendance. Four services
tomorrow, 10 a. m., 11 a. m., 3 p. m.
(for men), and 7:ir p. m. Trof. A. K.
Knight of Atlanta, arrived yesterday
and will direct the choral work during
the continued progress of the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. A cordial invitation to all.
J. D. Chapman, Pastor
9:4 5 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "A Warm Church."
6:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Repentence and Pardon."
A cordial invitation to any who may
wish to worship with us.
W. II. Coleman. Minister
10 a. m. Sunday school.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "For What Purpose is the
Human Family on Earth."
7 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Is There Any Significance
in the Name of the New Testament
Church?" Bing the fifth sermon in
the series of sermons on the church.
Junior C. K. Program
Will be a special work of prepara preparation
tion preparation for the Junior work at the state
convention next week.
Rev. Campbell Gray, Rector.
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school 9:5 a. m.
Litany and Holy Eucharist with ser sermon
mon sermon 10:45 a. m.
Evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p.
Holy Eucharist Monday 7 a. m.. even evening
ing evening prayer Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p. m., all other days a p. m.
Monday Guild of St. Margaret at
Mrs. Gamsby's, Altar Guild at Mrs.
Wednesday Junior B. S. A. at the
rectory 8 p. m.
On Sunday afternoon the Rev. W. S.
Little will be at Eastlake. On Sunday
evening at Grace church there will be
choral evensong and special music.
From Monday noon and Saturday
noon the rector will be in Knoxville,
Tenn. The services will be in charge
of the Rev. W. S. Little.
Tea is the chief refreshment and ladies
who buy their tea here praise it with without
out without stint. In fact, we have made a
reputation for the high qualities of our
rich teas and coffees, both of which are
having large sales among the best
families. : : : : : :
will be more complete than ever.
New goods are arriving
Some new goods just
Sap Sago Cheese
Many Others tenj
Numerous to Mention.
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and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W rings. Look, for
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid gold.
WHITE, WILE & WARNER
, Makers of Rfpgs "In Whlrh tli?. Stones Do Stay In
A Large Selection oi
Mrs. Martin Tells About a Painful
Experience that Might Have
Rlvesville, W. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin,
In a letter from RlYesvnie, writes:
"For three years, I suffered with wo womanly
manly womanly troubles, and had pains in my
back and side. I was nervous and
could not sleep at night.
The doctor could not help me. He
said I would have to be operated on be before
fore before I could get better. I thought I
would try using Cardul.
Now, I am entirely well.
I am sure Cardul saved my life. 1
will never be without Cardul in my
home. I recommend It to my friends."
For fifty years, Cardul has been re relieving
lieving relieving pain and distress caused by wo womanly
manly womanly trouble. It will surely help you.
It goes to the spot reaches the
trouble relieves the symptoms, and
drives away the cause.
If you suffer from any symptoms of
womanly trouble, take Cardui.
Your druggist sell3 and recommends
It. Get a bottle from him today.
N. B. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept.. Chatta Chattanooga
nooga Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special
Irutniction, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment
for Women." sent in plain wrapper, on request.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Give3 more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in' the city.
Of Application for Pardon
Notice is hereby siven that the un un-der?isrned.
der?isrned. un-der?isrned. Sheriff lilye, will apply to
the Honorable Pardoning B'ard at
Tallahassee, Florida, on the 4th day of
December, A. D. 1911, for a pardon from
a conviction and sentence by the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,
dated the l".th day of May, where wherein
in wherein he was convicted of an assault with
attempt to murder Lizzie niye and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to a term Tif ten years in the
state prison. The said offen.se occurred
at Home's still, Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, November 27th, 1H0T, and the con conviction
viction conviction thereof was had at Ocala, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, on May 15th, 1&08.
OF FIN T. SETTLEMENT
Notice i. hereby given that on the
1st day of April. 1'J12. the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned executor will present my accounts
and vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell,
judge of probate in and for Marion
county, Florida, at his office in Ocala,
Florida, and will make my final settle settlement
ment settlement and will apply or final discharge
as suh executor. Wm. M. Daker,
47 West 42nd St., New York City.
As Executor of Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mrs. T. W. Baker.
TEA AND COFFEE.
Crosse & Blarkwell's Line
of Pickles and Condiments.
Dill, Cucumber and Sweet
Red, White and Green Maraschino
Cherries, with and without
the grounds where they are
be sure of QUALITY.
Rinns to Select From
XOTlt'E TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors
tors creditors and distributees and all other per persons
sons persons having claims or demands agrainst
he estate of James W. Means, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, to present the 'same duly proven to
iiie ui.dersigned within one year.
Augusta Evins Means,
s Administratrix of the Estate of
James W. Means, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that on the
15th day of January, A. D. 1312, the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will present my accounts and
vouchers to the Honorable Joseph Bell.
jud:?e of probate in and for Marlon
county. Florida, and will make my final
settlement and will apply for final dis discharged
charged discharged as such administratrix.
Stella K. Maynard,
s Administratrix Estate of Cora A.
Of Application far Final Dlacharare
Notice is hereby given that on the
20th day of December. 1911, at 10
o'clock a. m., I, as guardian of Paulin
Y. Lloyd, will make my final return,
presenting vouchers and accounts to
the county judge of Marion county,
Florida, at his office in Ocala, Florida,
and will at said time and place make
application to the said county judge
for my discharge as guardian of said
Pauline V. Lloyd.
This June 6th, 1911.
(Guardian of Pauline V. Lloyd, a Minor.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice i herebs given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all oth other
er other persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Annie A. Willmot
Stone, deceased, to present said claims
duly proverf to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the first pub publication
lication publication of this notice, to-wit, May 17th,
1911. J. W. Hard,
As Administrator Estate of Annie A.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all oth other
er other persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Stephen Hodge,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proved to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publi publication
cation publication of this notice, to-wit: May lth,
1H11. Samuel L. Hodge.
As Administrators Estate of Stephen
Address: Ocala, Fla.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims or de
mands against the estate of Mrs. T.
W. Iiaker. deecased, to present the
same to the urrdersigned duly proven
.vithin one year from date.
Wm. M. Baker,
47 West 42nd St., New York City.
As Executor of Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mr3. T W. Piker.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners for Marion county, Florida,
to be held on December 8. 1S11 bids for
four prison vans will be opened.
One van for IH prisoners.
One van for 12 prisoners.
Two vans for 10 prisoners each.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Notice Is hereby given that on De December
cember December Sth, 1911. at noon, the board
of county commissioners will receive
sealed bids for leasing the county
prisoners for the year 1&12.
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners for Ma Marion
rion Marion county. Florida, at their meeting
In December will receive bids for the
rmrnlplintr nf the old eountr iail Into
a county poor house, according to
plans and specifications of same on fila
in the clerk's office. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.
OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, lli
Forn the subject of constant and solicitious care on the part of offic officers
ers officers and directors of The Commercial Bank of Ocala.
Farmer?, firms and business men, desiring the best service of a
strong-, modern bank, will find us ready to respond to all legitimate
needs or principles justified by sound banking procedure.
Our officers are ready to consult with patron.? at all times. You
are invited to call at the bank often.
The Ocala Fertilizer Company has
bought the seed department of Baxter
Carn and will continue the business In
the same place under the name of
"Or-aU Seed Store."
We have in a fresh supply of seeds,
and will try to keep everything in the
seed line. We will appreciate the con continuance
tinuance continuance of the custom already estab established
lished established in this department, and "solicit
any new business, guaranteeing
prompt and courteous service to all.
WE AUK GOING TO SELL SEEDS
AND FERTILIZERS AND SELL. THEM
RIGHT. We are prepared to buy all
the VELVKT BEANS and PEANUTS
we can secure and a limited amount
of HAY, CORN, TOTATOES, SYRUP,
etr. We expect to build up a trade in
all these farm products, and if the
FARMER will help us, we will give
him a good market for every stable so
that every farmer will know where to
sell and where to buy. Come to see
us and make our place headquarters.
YV. D. CARN, Manager.
OCA LA AIMil K NO. 1814, F. O. E.
Oeala Aerie No. 18U. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, mpets every first and
third Wedriesd.-jy in the month, at 8:15
p. m.. in Castle Hall. Visiting broth--rs
are always Wfh-nme.
F. G. i:. Wei he. President.
N. I Williams. Secretary.
UNUSUAL DRAMATIC EVENT
MATIKH AND NIGHT
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1
THE WHITE SISTER"
From F. Marlon Crawford Famous
Aovrl. Impressive Production With
Ar.d a Truly Remarkable Cant
A ROMANCE OF THE CHURCH
Reaches the Heart; Glorlfien Relig Religion;
ion; Religion; Thrilling, Insplrln&rt Satisfying!
Special Scenery; Ileautlfnl
Prices: Matinee, 25c, 50c, 75c,
$1; Night, 50c. 75c, ?1 and $1.50
PRIME PO ILTHY!
Why not get the best for your mon money
ey money the quality that costs you no
more at our ?
We know that steadily making our
service the best means your continued
patronage let us show you on today's
order the quality we give the low
prices. Phone 108.
V. 1. HDWAJlTS
Phone ltW Xew City Market.
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER KROS.. PROPRIETORS
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
end Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Giten All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUK PATRONAGE
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Official Call for the Annual Convention
of the Florida Woman Chrlatlan
The twenty-eighth annual conven convention
tion convention of the Florida Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will be held in
Tampa. November 21-24.
The convention speakers, will be
Miss Ellen M. Stone, missionary to
Bulgaria; the leader of the devotional
meetings. Miss Emma Tucker. Many
new features, helpful addresses and
departmental exhibits will mark the
convention as an exceptional one.
Large delegations are expected.
On behalf of 'the State Woman's
Christian Temperance Union.
Minnie E. Neal. President.
Mabel P. Dean, Recording Sec'y.
DOING THEIR DUTY
Seorea of Oeala Reader are Learalaa;
the Duty of the Kldaera
To filter the blood Is the kidneys
When they fail to do this the kid kidneys
neys kidneys are sick.
Backache and many kidney Ills fol follow;
low; follow; Help the kidneys do their work.
Doan's Kidney Pills build up weak
Ocala people endorse our claim.
T. T. Madden, 102 Orange Ave., Ocala,
Fla., says: "I am well pleased with the
results I have received from Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at Tydings &
Co's. Drugstore. My kidneys did not
do their work as they should and there
was much lameness and soreness
across my back. I used Doan's Kidney
Pills as directed and they brought me
such great relief that I was convinced
of their merits."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Company, Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 8
Two good, steady, sober men with
small families. Will pay good wages,
and positibns will be permanent if they
are the right men. Apply to J. M. Mef-
fert, Oeala or Lowell.
and rheumatism, both in men and wo
men, mean kidney trouble. Do not al allow
low allow it to progress beyond the rfach of
medicine but stop- in promptly with
Foley Kidney Pills. They reguate the
action of the urinary organs. Tonic in
action, quick in results. Sold by the
HENS FOR SALE
Lot of 3 hens. By taking the bunch
will sell at 75 cents per head. Abner
may not paralyze a home so complete
ly as a mother's long illness. But Dr.
King's New Life Pills are a splendid
remedy for women. "They gave me
wonderful benefit in constipation and
female trouble." wrote Mrs. M. C. Dun Dun-lap,
lap, Dun-lap, of Lead 111. Tenn. If ailing, try
them. 25c. at Tydings & Co.
Good table and room accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, or one without the other. Apply
to Mrs. Washburn, 186 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street.
There are i wo Klnos or dinl Tonii
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE, OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA. TO
CURE CHILLS. FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST.
PHI SIGMA XIGIIT CLASS
IX GRAMMAR AXD ARITHMETIC
Three nights a week Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday for boys and girls
who cannot attend day school. Hours
from 7 to 9 p. m. $5 for four weeks.
Taught by George C. Looney. School
room at 62 Fort King avenue, Ocala,
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to
IT STARTLED THE WORLD
when the astounding claims were first
made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures have
proved them true, and everywhere it Is
now known as the best salve on earth
for burns, boils, scalds, sores, cuts,
bruises, sprains, swellings, eczema,
chapped hands, fever sores and piles.
Only 25c. at Tydings & Co.
PILES CURED AT HOME
nV NEW ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding, itching,
blind or protruding piles, send me your
address, and I will tell you how to
cure yourself at home by the new ab absorption
sorption absorption treatment: and will also send
some of this home treatment free for
trial, with references from your own
locality if re quested. Immediate relief
and permanent cure assured. Send no
money but tell others of this offer.
Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box
P, South Bend, Ind. 22
FOR SALE Kentucky mules and
horses. Cash or credit. Come around
and lets talk it over. Inquire Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Stable, Harrell Johnson & Co.
LOYAL ORDER- OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night in hall In Gary block.
Edwin Spencer, Jr., Dictator.
JJ. L itapp. Secretary.
Get It from Eeck; get it right.
Mr. Robert Flinn is on the sick list.
Men's suits at 20 per cent less than
sale prices this week at Frank's.
FOR RENT Furnished and un
furnished rooms. 160 N. Magnolia St.
Tally cards that have never
used at the Court Pharmacy.
Men's overcoats at 20 per cent less
than sale prices this week at Frank's.
Astyptodu cought syrup is good for
young and old. At the Court Pharmacy
Boy's suits at 20 per cent les3 than
sale prices this week at Frank's.
Ladies' skirts at 20 per cent less than
sale prices this week at Frank's.
Ladie3 long coats at 20 per cent less
than sale prices this week at Frank's.
The Ocala News Company Is makins
a nit wltn its picture rrames.
Ladies' dresses at 20 per cent less
than sale prices this week at Frank's.
if you want to find a gooa hoarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
Mrs. Belle Dean went up to Gaines
ville this afternoon, to spend the week
end with her brother, Mr. J. C. Dedge.
Just received, the very latest thing
in mesh bags, drawn together at top
by a chain. Weihe, the Jeweler.
Col. W. N. Camp went up to Gaines
ville this morning on a business trip.
He will return tonight.
All who have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co., to have
Mr. L F. Savarese has posted the
town with big signs, urging everybody
to work for the union depot.
If it's a "Lucky Curve" fountain pen
It's a good one. We have any style
you want at the Court Pharmacy.
Nothing In the world will give you
relief for that cough like Astyptoden
Trokeys. The Court Pharmacy.
Miss Edna Nichols, after a pleasant
visit to Ocala friends, returned to her
home in Belleview yesterday.
Mr. A. E. Knight, a talented singer,
arrived from Atlanta last night and
will help at the Methodist revival.
Mrs. George Cox of Fort McCoy, who
has been in town for several days, re returned
turned returned home yesterday.
Pictures framed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,
Miss Ramona Kay, one of Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's pretty young ladies, is in the
city, the guest of her sister. Mrs. R. C.
When In jadcsonvllle stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
room in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland came in
yesterday overland from Orlando in
their new Buick-30, which Mr. Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland purchased in that city Thursday.
Mrs. Kirkland went down to Orlando
to join her husband Thursday night.
Mr. Thomas C. Gale of Newport, Vt..
in the United States government'' ser service,
vice, service, is spending a week or ten days
with his son, Mr. O. M. Gale of Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. Both gentlemen were in today
Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
For pains In the side or chest damp dampen
en dampen a piece of flannel with Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment and bind it on over the
seat of pain. There is nothing better.
For sale by all dealers.
Mr. Sam Mathews of the Commercial
Bank left this morning for a brief va vacation.
cation. vacation. He first went over to DeLand,
to see the big football game, and will
visit friends In Jacksonville before his
There is little danger from a cold
or from an attack of grip except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
Its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cures of colds and
grip and can be relied upon with im implicit
plicit implicit confidence. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. George Williams, Jr., was host to an
informal party of his boy friends
Thursday evening, the occasion being
his 13th birthday. Games of all kinds
were indulged in and refreshments
Ladies' tailored suits at 20
sale prices this
The many friends of Mr. Carlisle
Izlar, now a student in Vanderbilt Uni Uni-versit5
versit5 Uni-versit5 Nashville, Tenn., were much
worried a day or two ago to hear that
he was threatened with appendicitis,
and that an operation would proba probably
bly probably be necessary, but the latest news
is that the danger has passed and that
he will probably recover without sur surgery.
gery. surgery. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and
may be taken with perfect safety by
the most delicate woman or the young
est child. The old and feeble will also
find them a most suitable remedy for
aiding and strengthening their weak
ened digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale by all dealers.
The Star is informed that Miss Flor
rie Mills of Berlin will be married to
Mr. Rosco Mathews of Flemington to
morrow. The ceremony will take place
at the home of the bride's parents. Mr
and Mrs. Geo. Mills, of Berlin, at
3:30 p. m. Rev. A. L. Prisoc will of
You don't have to take calomel If
you buy a bottle of Nyal's Liver Stim
ulator. This is a medicine put up by
a reputable pharmaceutical manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, and sold under a positive guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. It Is true to the name, stim stimulating
ulating stimulating the liver, at the same time as assisting
sisting assisting it in its natural action. Sold
In Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.
"THE WHITE SISTER
Intensely Thrilline Play Held a Large
Audience in Jacksonville Thnraday
NlKht At the Temple TUa
The famous drama of "The White
Sister," which has ben drawing big
houses all over the South, will be play played
ed played at the Temple this afternoon and
evening. Its going to be one of the
plays of the season, and no one can
afford to miss it.
The Jacksonville Metropolis of yes yesterday
terday yesterday say. of the play:
"Judged entirely from the stand standpoint
point standpoint of clever acting, the soul-stirring
play, "The White Sister," dramatized
from the famous novel of the late F.
Marion Crawford, which was presented
at the Duval Theater, last night, before
an appreciative audience, proved one
of the dramatic successes of the sea season.
son. season. Miss Lillian Rhodes in the title
role, proved herself an emotional act actress
ress actress of rare power and it is doubtful
if Viola .Ilen could have delineated
the character with greater skill. All
the other players portrayed the char characters
acters characters assigned them with consummate
skill, and tense situations followed
each other with frequency."
S VTl'RDAY MGIirS SHOW
Air Dome Will Have Ita Usual Excel Excellent
lent Excellent Program This Evening:
The program at the Air Dome to tonight
night tonight will be as follows:
Barriers Burned Away. This subject
is very interesting, having a thrilling
tire scene In It.
Baby's Doll. A laughable comic.
The Niece and the Chorus Lady. A
The usual big Friday night crowd
was out last evening, and everybody
was much.' pleased with the pictures.
PLEXTV RACES IX PROSPECT
Orlando, Jacksonville and Sanford
Horsemen Coming to the Fair
Judge D. S. Williams has received a
letter from Mr. D. Lockhart of Orlando,
annoncing that he will enter at least
three and probably more horses at the
Marion County Fair. Mr. Lockhart re requested
quested requested that eight stalls be reserved
for him, and thinks he will fill them
all. He has some good horses of the
2:14 class or faster.
Judge Williams also has notice of
the arrival of some quick steppers
from Jacksonville and Sanford, and it
is entirely certain that the racing pro program
gram program will be well filled.
Tickets for "The Man on the Box"
are on sale at the Court Pharmacy.
This is going to be one of the bright brightest,
est, brightest, smartest plays of the season, and
all our theater goers must attend.
The ehral evening at the Episcopal
church last Sunday proved a success,
and will be repeated tomorrow night,
with a new anthem and a new offer offertory.
tory. offertory. SCENE FROM "THE MAX OX THE
IlOX," WHICH WILL APPEAR AT
THE TEMPLE MOXD AY XIGIIT.
To the First 150
AFTER 9 A. CI.
CHOICE OF EITHER
LOOK AT THE WINDOW
DO NOT FORGET THE
1 o - Y
SAME OLD STORY
Oeala Football Team Raa the Blaek
and Gold I p t the Mast Masthead
head Masthead AsI
Ocala grows prouder every day of
her football boys, who scored their
fifth victory for the season yesterday
It was a pleasant autumn afternoon,
and a large crowd was out at the fair
grounds by 3:30. The visiting team
came over -in autos. and was a little
late, so it was 4:03 when the game was
called. The Gainesville eleven came on
the ground a few minutes before 4,
and drtt some drilling in order to loosen
tip their muscles. They were a set of
long, rangy boys, as lithe and active
as young panthers, and it was easy to
see they- were going to be a hard
crowd to handle. The Ocala team lay
in a bunch like a couchant lion on the
ground at the northeast end of the
gridiron, awaiting the word to begin.
They counted on a victory and were
calculating the shortest road to it.
When the game began, the scrubs
kicked to Ocala and Davis clipped off
35 yards and on the first play he car
ried the ball around rizht end for a
gain of 20 yards. Fleckenstein car carried
ried carried the ball around right end for 35
yards before he was tackled. The
tackle was a little too high and he
was knocked out. When play resum
ed the scrubs braced up and on three
attempts to gain. Ocala failed and the
ball went over on the scrubs 15-yard
line. The scrubs failed to gain and
kicked. Capt. Davis punted back to
the scrubs and Zewadski recovered the
ball and went over the line for an easy
touchdown. Fleckenstein missed goaL
The first quarter showed, that the
scrubs were rapid players, but they
have not attained the regularity with
which the Ocalas work together.
During the second period Ocala made
several gains but was unable to score.
Two of the best gains of the Gram
were made by Fleckenstein when he
carried the ball on two plavs for a
total of 75 yards.
It was growing dark when the third
quarter started. The ball was In pos possession
session possession of the scrubs. They completed
a forward pass, which netted them 40
yards, but Ocala held them for downs.
On several gains by Burford and
Fleckenstein the ball was brought to
the 20-yard line. Davis gained ten
yards and P. Anderson carried the ball
over guard for eight yards and the
ball was on the scrubs' two-yard" line.
On an end run Davis carried the ball
for a touchdown and a few minutes
later kicked an easy goal.
This ended the game, as it was too
dark to play any longer. The score
was 11 to 0 in favor of Ocala. The
game was refereed by Mr.. Shands of
Florida, and Mr. Fitch of Chicago, Col.
Camp's guest, umpired. Mr. Clarence
Camp, as usual, acted as 'timekeeper.
TheOcaal boys received a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous and well earned ovation at the
end of the game. They played splen splendidly.
didly. splendidly. The two Andersons, Bullock,
Woods, Clarkson and Camp are espe especially
cially especially good on defense while the three
back men, Davis, Burford and Fleck Fleckenstein
enstein Fleckenstein are most effective on the de defensive.
fensive. defensive. The boys work together like
the parts of a machine. They are a
plucky set and almost impossible to
down. Fleckenstein was knocked
breathless twice, but went on playing
in a few minutes each time. Robert
Clarkson had all the skin knocked off
the under side of his chin, but no one
but himself knew it till the game was
over. There were some other, rough
knocks sustained, but the boys make
The next game will be at Tampa
next Saturday with the Hillsborough
High School team, which lost to Ocala
here. two weeks ago. The Qcala boys
will go down on the early train, and
the Star hopes a large crowd of pa patriotic
triotic patriotic rooters will accompany them.
Mrs. J. H. Spencer received the sad
news today of the death at Dania, of
her mother, Mrs. F. T. Mole. Mrs.
Spencer left for Danie on the noon
train and will be joined at Palatka by by-Mr.
Mr. by-Mr. Spencer, who knew nothing of the
death until notified by wire at Jack
sonville. Mrs. Mole is survived by her
husband, four daughters and one son,
Mrs. Marion Brinkley of Lake City,
Mrs. F. E. Porter of Sanford, Mrs. J.
H. Spencer of Ocala, Miss Dell Mole
and Mr. Joe Mole, who made their
home with their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer willreach Dania tomorrow
morning at 5 o'clock and the funeral
will take place tomorrow afternoon.
The Star regrets to say that Miss
Matie Pyles, who was considered to
be doing so well yesterday afternoon.
took a turn for the worse in the eve
ning, and for hours her life, hung by
a thread. Her physicians andnear rel
atives watched by heV bed all night.
expecting the end to come at any min
ute, but toward morning she rallied,
and at 2 p. m. she was much better.
tho very weak.
The Junior Civic League will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the
Woman's Club rooms. A full attend
ance is desired. The meeting was
postponed from this afternoon on ac
count of the matinee at the Temple
Theater. The league is planning some
good work and deserves a great deal
of credit for the interest manifested in
The three new fire hdrants recent
ly put in by the Ocala Water Co., at
the instruction of the city council, in
the northern part of town are now
connected and in operation. Fire Chief
Chambers has placed fire plug cards in
the houses in that vicinity. and finds
that plug 98 protects 27 residences.
plug 99 three residences besides other
property and plug 100 the big plant
of the Roess Lumber Co. and the Sey
A neerro man. who was in the em
ploy of the A. C. L. Railway at Lees
burg, had his shoulder and arm dis
located and fractured yesterday morn
ing. He was brought to the hospital
in Ocala and given surgical attention
and sent on to the company's hospital
SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRINGS
The Ocala Northern Railroad Com
pany began operating through
trains to Bay Lake. Orange Springs
and Kenwood on Thursday, September
14th. Train leaves Geala a. m. In Instead
stead Instead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
make one round trip dally to these
points except on Sundays, when two
round trips will be made. Sunday
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip. Sunday rates between
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
rents for the round trip. All tickets
limited to day of sale. Now get your
baskets ready and spend a pleasant
day at the famous resort of Orange
Springs, oae of the most delightful
places for an outing or recreation U
the South, S. P. Hollinrake, SupL
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MOXTHLY WOODMEX MEETIXO
The members of Fort King Camp
held their regular monthly meeting
last night. Consul Commander Mar Marlowe
lowe Marlowe presided, and Sovereign M. M.
Little, in the absence of Clerk Sage,
kept the records. A good-sized crowd
was present, and the usual business
was promptly attended. Messrs. Heron
Todd and R E. Brannen took a joy
ride on the goat, and seemed to be
much edified by the experience.
The next meeting will be held Fri
day evening, Dec.K 8th, on which oc occasion
casion occasion officers for next year will be
elected and arrangements made for
the annual banquet.
Dr. D. M. Smith is again a citizen of
Ocala and he says he is mighty glad
o get home again. The doctor has
been absent for more than two-months.
attending Mrs. Frank Adams in Jack
sonville, until two weeks ago, when
he took her to Stafford's Springs, Miss.
Mrs. Adams is much improved.
Three new members, namely, Messrs.
Wilbur Counts, Harold Dunn and Dal Dallas
las Dallas Jeffcoat, were initiated at the
Thursday night meeting of the Moose.
This new lodge is in great favor and
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Savarese and
Messrs. Edwin Spencer, Wilbur Qleve Qleve-land
land Qleve-land and Paul C. Marion left on the
early morning train for DeLand. to see
the footDall game between Florida and
Stetson this afternoon.
Mr. Jack Fletcher with the Camp
Phosphate Co., at Holder, sent to Ocala
yesterday for a physician and nurse
and expected to have his wife removed
to the hospital here. Her condition
was found to be too serious to remove
her just now.
There' will be no closed sessions in
the state convention of the Christian
church held here, Nov. 14-16. The work
of the convention is in the nature of a
religious institute. The morning, aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and night sessions will all be
very interesting. The public is urgent urgently
ly urgently invited to attend".
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DOUBLE MURDER AT PL A XT CITY
City Marshal Carter received a no
tice this morning to look out for Lee
Armstrong, a ginger-cake negro, 5 feet
6 inches tall, weight, 160 pounds, round
face1 and small black mustache. He
shot and killed Policeman Yates and
Convict Guard Garner in Plant City
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OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter, No. 13, R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday or every montn ai a p. m.
J. A. Eouvler, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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NO. 19, P. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.'
Visiting brethren cordially invited,
W. T. Mcllwain. W. M.
I. W. Martin, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake. E. R,
Louis F. Savarese. Secretary.
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Conventions held every Monday eve evening
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drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
J. G. Ferguson. C. C,
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j contrived to stop mm fcy one man, un-
friended and unarmed? .
Pausing at the farm-house only brief brief-;
; brief-; ly to make sure Catherine was not
there, without purpose. In weary des despondency
pondency despondency he wandered on, down
through the Cold Lairs toward the
As he drew near the spot where the
collie. kept its vigil, the animal, ap apparently
parently apparently recognizing his footsteps,
rose and whined a woe-begone wel welcome.
come. welcome. He stopped out of sheer com compassion,
passion, compassion, sensible of a vague feeling
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the irremediable and concede it as
such. With quiet resolution h? calmed
himself at that moment when he was
cold with despair, thrilled with appre apprehension,
hension, apprehension, hot with anger, trembling
with humiliation, and powerless in the
grasp of one to whom his most de determined
termined determined struggles were as impotent
as the writhing of the butterfly whose
wings you imprison between thumb
and forefinger. The arms of the big
Chinaman wound round him were as
sinewy and long as those of a gorilla,
as strong as bands of steel; he could
as readily break their embrace as he
could summon a jinnee to his aid by
twisting the ring upon his finger.
He schooled himself to resignation.
"Very well," he said in a passionless
voice. "You've got your own way of
making a civil request, and I don't
pretend to like it; but I'll be grateful If
you'll Instruct this Chinese giant to let
"What! are you there, Chang?"
Blackstock's simulation of surprise
was admirable if it were simulation.
"You may release Mr. Handyslde," he
continued; "he has promised to be
Without a word the Chinaman
dropped his arms and stepped aside.
His face, when Coast saw it, was as
stolid as always; only the yellow eyes,
glinting like a cat's through their
heavy, half-closed lids, seemed to hold
a hint of derision.
Coast lifted his shoulders in a shrug
not of bravado but of endurance,
turned to the tool bench by the motor
and replaced the wrench. His
thoughts were all confusion; again an
incident mocked him with hidden
meaning. What was he to understand
that Blackstock recognized his voice
and knew him for himself, Garrett
Coast? That he suspected him of be being
ing being another than Handyside a spy of
the Treasury Department, in short
and had determined to disarm him as
a matter of common precaution, sus suspending
pending suspending sentence until he had deter determined
mined determined precisely who he was?
"You're wondering," said Black Blackstock,
stock, Blackstock, "why I didn't demand this gun
before taking It by force. Aren't
"I am," Coast assented bluntly.
"For one reason, because I wouldn't
v got it. Would I?"
"Certainly not. What right
"One moment: I 'm coming to that."
Blackstock smiled his secret smile,
weighing the weapon reflectively be before
fore before bestowing it securely in a hip hip-pocket.
pocket. hip-pocket. "It was a matter of discipline
morale is the better word. You
had to be made to understand that on
this island I am dictator, my word law,
my wishes law's equivalent. Your
personal independence doesn't amount
to a row of tacks, so long's you're
on No Man's Land; I'm boss, and
you've got to come to me. I don't al allow
low allow anybody but myself to tote a gun
here, and since I knew you'd refuse a
request, I took this spectacular means
of making our relations clear as day
light. The main trouble with Power
was his exaggerated conception of the
importance of his blessed ego; when
I gave titni a practical demonstration
of its relative insignificance in the
cosmic scheme, he got peevish. Don't
you make the same mistake."
"I'm surprised," retorted Coast, de
liberately offensive, "that Power didn't
beg to be allowed to stay and lick
"That," said Blackstock, with an
open grin, "sounds suspiciously like
mutiny, Mr. Handyside."
"Call it any name you like. Pos Possibly
sibly Possibly you may find somebody to
knuckle under to such treatment for
the privilege of earning a bare living
on thi3 God-forsaken island, but .
Well, it wasn't Power and it won't
be me. I've had enough of you and
I'm finished. Get Voohhis to send you
another man as soon as you like: I
leave, the first chance that turns up."
"Then the sooner you get that mo motor
tor motor running, the quicker you'll be
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to Think. .
suited," returned Blackstock
better get busy."
"Go to the devil," said Coast coolly
"If you send out any messages frorr
this station, some one else will have
repaired your motor I shan't. Good
"Good night. Mr. Handyside," rang
in his ears accompanied by a jeerlEg
laugh, as he swung on his heel and were to leave the Island
through the door to the open; but he
paid no attention.
Lacking any excuse to linger in the
vicinity of the bungalow, he contin continued
ued continued at leisure toward the farm-house,
consistently at every step more
potent, the sport of malign circum
stances. That thought rankled. .
Presently it occurred to him that
the dog must be hungry. On sudden
impulse he left it, went back to the
farm-house kitchen, and without word
of explanation to the Chinese there,
Joraged for scraps until he had heaped
a. pan with food; with which Ae re returned
turned returned to the collie.
It ate ravenously, as If breaking a
long fast. And while he stood watch watching
ing watching it, wondering at the dumb fidelity
which had kept it steadfast beside the
grave though It slowly starved he
heard a faint cry from seaward, turned
in surprise, and saw Katherine stum stumbling
bling stumbling hurriedly up from the beach.
Though she had evidently been run running
ning running for some distance and was flush flushed
ed flushed and breathless, there was some something
thing something more than haste in her manner;
there was its stimulus, a commingling
ot strong emotions' so interdependent
and confused that he found them un
intelligible and recognized only in- j
tens excitement Into which they
"Garrett," she gasped "Garrett I
Brant you to tell me the truth, If you
know it the truth, Garrett, though
I'm afraid to hear it . She
paused, shuddering, the crimson eb eb-Ding
Ding eb-Ding from her cheeks and Hps while
terror played like lightning in her
Cautiously he looked round. .
But the deserted buildings shut them
off from the farm-house, and there
was no one visible on the bluffs or
downs. He took her tenderly in his
"There," he soothed her gently,
"Tell me . ."
"I'm afraid," she breathed brokenly.
"It's too awful, Garrett, too dread dreadful.
ful. dreadful. It can't be true . ."
"Tell me," he begged, though now
"It's about Mr. Power, Garrett. I
I he never left this Island."
"I know," he said.
She drew away, her eyes widening.
"You knew, Garrett?"
"They" he stammered "It hap happened
pened happened yesterday morning, just before
I came ashore about daybreak."
"You you know this to be so?"
He told her briefly what and how he
knew of the tragedy. "This dog,"" he
concluded, "has been there you must
have noticed by his grave ever
She nodded. "I saw him," she said
in a low, vibrant voice, "but I didn't
understand. I remember thinking it
strange. He was here when we came
a legacy from the former tenant
and Power was kind to him. He
never would have anything to do with
any of the rest of ute except me; Mr.
Power fed him and he followed him
everywhere, but my he the dog hated,
and the Chinese, too."
The brief explanation had helped to
quiet her; but now as she stood star staring
ing staring blankly seaward, tears trembled
in her lashes, and her lips trembled
as she breathed convulsively.
"It's so terrible." she said in a dull
and even monotone, dispirited and
cheerless. "Was I born only to brisg
suffering and terror and death to all
"Don't say such things," Coast
pleaded wretchedly. "Just a little
"Out nothing can ever make me for forget,
get, forget, Garrett . Mr. Power was
kind I don't believe especially high high-principled
principled high-principled or good but he was
thoughtful as to me and resented his
treatment of me. It was because of
that they were constantly at odds
and now, because of that . Oh,
Garrett, Garrett!" she sobbed.
Silent, who knew no words to com comfort
fort comfort her, he let her grief spend itself
in his embrace. When she was more
composed, he ventured a question that
had been troubling him ever since she
had betrayed her fears: How had she
learned of this?
"It was the boat the boat they said
he stole," she explained listlessly. "I
remember thinking at the time it
wasn't like him that he would have
waited until the fog cleared, and then
would have taken the sail-boat. He
knew a great deal about the water,
and knew that th,e tides run very
strong between here and Squibnocket"
She named the nearest point on Mar
tha's Vineyard. "I thought it strange
he should try to row across with noth nothing
ing nothing to guide him and the danger of
being swept out to sea
"But this boat you say you have
found It the row-boat?" Coast de demanded
manded demanded excitedly.
"Yes. When I had called Chang, I
went down to the beach. I wanted to
be alone, so that I might think. To Today
day Today has been dreadful to me alone
there with him, the man I was mar married
ried married to, knowing he was a murderer:
i always fearing he suspected and try-
ing to behave as If nothing had hap hap-;
; hap-; pened
i Coast folded her close. "I know, I
1 know," he said softly.
At their feet the dog stirred rest rest-j
j rest-j lessly. whimpering; and alarmed, the
j woman deftly disengaged herself, with
a terrified glance up the straggling, de de-!
! de-! serted street. But still they were
! gratefully if desperately alone and un un-i
i un-i watched.
"Then the shock of being told we
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CO worst, there was the catboat but
how to get you aboard her? You
couldn't swim that far . ." She
shook her head. "I could; but even
then would it be possible to work her
Inshore and take you aboard unob unobserved?
served? unobserved? For if they saw us, I'd be
ander fire and . Blackstock has
my pistol," he ended lamely.
She uttered a low cry of distress;
but he could only shake his head iu
melancholy confirmation of the tid tidings,
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seized the weapon.
"But now," he wound up with a sor sorry
ry sorry show of optimism, "it's another
story. With the rowboat, we can get
3ff. As things stand, Appleyard .
Well, we'd better not risk waiting
for him. The cat lies out of easy
range, and if they try to swim out to
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111 go now and have a look at that
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to think. ... I went west along
the beach, without noticing some dis distance
tance distance beyond the western point. Then
suddenly I found the boat, drawn up
close under the bluff, invisible from
above. ... At first I thought it
troubled with doubts, anxieties, fore- meant Mr. Power had come back, and
bodings. It was all very well (he; then I saw how unlikely that was, and
thought) to make the best of a bad tried to explain it. And suddenly It
business! but Appleyard was not to came to me the real meaning of it.
return until nightfall. It was now And I hurried to find you . ."
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a half or three hours of daylight to fel fellow,
low, fellow, what might not happen? What if
Blackstock purposed leaving No Man's
Land in the little catboat within that!
interim? What could possibly be!
"Thank God!" said Coast.
She looked up, wondering at his
"I mean it's one way out," he said
soberly; "a mightly slim chance but
yet a chance: I mean, the boat. I've
been putzlinjc all alonic if worst cam
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endorsing this forlorn hope. Very
well," she said tersely. "Go, then.
must liurry back, for fear he may miss
me, ... Yes, I can brave It outj
ion't worry' I shan't let him suspect,
. . And there's another reason,"
she continued stubbornly, when h
tried to object: "I can get you a re?
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have It In my trunk; I'm sure he
doesn't know of it, for I never thought
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can get it easily. . Now I will
"Very well," he consented reluctant reluctant-ly.
ly. reluctant-ly. "They won't miss me, that's Bure;
but you ... Try to slip away
about dusk. Make some excuse, and
I'll be waiting here, all prepared, And
. . make sure of that revolver,
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yourself above all things. . Oh,
don't worry about me; he doesn't;
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then, and God keep you, Katherine."
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brave smile at parting cost her. ...
Unsmiling, somberly thoughtful, he
watched her away, then hurried, down
to the beach.
Ten minutes of steady walking
brought him to the place where he
had bathed that morning ages ago!
A scant hundred feet further on, at
the very foot of the bluff that arched
a slightly concave face above it, lay a
rowboat, bottom up, screened by a
huge boulder. Hope palpitant In his
bosom, leaping and dying like a 6an
die in the wind, he hastened to it,
bent over, hands beneath the thwart,
and stood It on Its side. A low cry
of disappointment f fghed out from his
llpa. He let the boat fall back to its
There were neither oars nor row rowlocks.
locks. rowlocks. ...
Despair blackened the sky for him.
He swung about mechanically, in a
daze of frustrated hope, and started
back, plodding heavily as with weight weighted
ed weighted feet.
Fifty yards away from the boat, a
resounding crash behind him brought
him to the about face with a start.
Whether by accident of nature or
human design a portion of the over overhanging
hanging overhanging bluff, just at its verge, had
given way, precipitating upon the boat,
in a cloud of pebbles, earth and dust,
a rock several hundred pounds in
weight; one entire side of the dory
had been crushed in.
Coast's gaze ranged upward. Along
the edge of the bluff nothing moved.
He listened intently. Not a sound
A pale smile edged his troubled
lips. "Check!" he said; and with a
shrug resumed the backward way.
Unheeded at his heels the blind dog
dragged, muzzle and tail adroop, utter:
ing now and them a woeful whine so
faint that it seemed hardly more than
a sigh. .
-OTICK OF AI'IMICATIOX FOR TAX
Urril I niler Srrllon H ot Chapter
4-nns, Lawn of Florida.
Notice is hereby Riven that I J.
Owens, purchaser of tax certindat No
4i,U. iiatje.1 the 7th lqy of ijunp, A. H.
HHT. -has filed said certificate in rriy
office, and has made application for
rax deed to i.sue in accordance Witty
law. Said certificate embraces the foi;
o -.vincc described property t-ituatt-d in
.vlirion county, Florida. tf-'U; NPH
of swVi and se',4 of sw4 nd wVi pi
.se',4 sec 33. tp 15 s. r 23 e. The said
land beinar as.seK.sed at the datp of the
issuance of such certificate in th
name of Stuckey & TJUer. Unless said
certificate Khali be redeemed according
to law. tax deed will issue t hereon on
the 24th day of November, A. 1. 1911.
Witness my official sfixnaturp and,
eal this the 20th day of October. A.
D. 1fll. frv T. Kistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
OTICn OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed l adrr Section H of Caaalap
4SKK, I.atvw of Flrda,
Notice is hereby given that J. F.
Hamilton, purchaser of tax certificate
No. T0, dated the 1st day of Jane. A.
I). 1308, has filed said certificate in tny
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Jue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the.
following described property situated"
in Marlon county, Florida, to-wlt:
Sw'i of ne4 sec 7, tp 18 r 23 e. The
said land belntr- assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of unknown. Unless sail
certificate shall be redeemed accord according
ing according to 13W. tax deed will issue thereon
on the 20th day of November, A. D.
Witness my official signature and
seal this tie 28th day of tctober. A.
D, 1911. S. T. Kistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Fla.
.OTICK OF APPLICATION FOR TA
iifea i Burr eeiioa i
Lam ,f Klurlda.
Notice is hereby given that M.. B.
Sanders, purchaser of tax certificate
Nos. 386, 3fj., dated the 7th day of
June. A. D. 1S0. has filed said eery
tlficatts in my office and has mad ap
plication for tax deed to Issue In 4e
cordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop property
erty property situated in Marlon county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: S1, of fchi ex 1 a to r r
sec 2, tp 15 s. r 19 e, also s of bw1
of nw4 of nw see 17, tp 15 s, r 20 p.
The said land being: assessed at tbe.
date of the Issuance of sueli certificate
in the name of Charles Ford. Lizzie
Washington. Unless said certificates
shall be redeemed according- to law.
tax deed will issue thereon on the Mth,
day of November, A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 9th day of October. A. p.
lSn. H. T. istruBk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Jq. F-
Of Applleafloa for Imt t Sell
Notice is hereby jriven that on th
22nd day of November, A. t. 1911. I
will apply to Honorable Joseph Iiell.
county judge in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, state of Florida, at his office in
ocala. in said county, for an order au authorizing'
thorizing' authorizing' me, as guardian of the minor
heir of the estate of Hose G. Hood, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, to sell at private sale the fol following
lowing following property belonging- to said es estate,
tate, estate, to-wit: Nw'i of ne4 except 17
acres on west, sec 21, tp 15 s, r 20, con containing
taining containing 23 acres. Said land belonging
to the estate of said Rose G. Hood, deceased.-to
be sold for the best Interest
of said minor heirs.
This ISth dav of October. 1911.
W. T. Hood. Guardian.
Of Final Settlenteat aad Dlaefcarffe
Notice is hereby piven that on the
11th day of February, A. D. 1912. the
undersigned will present my accounts
Hell, judge of probate in and for Mar
ion county. Florida, and will mak nay
final settlement and will apply for final
discharge as such guardian.
Martha Ida Brooks,
As Guardian of Winnie. Delia an!
Flora Brooks, Minora.
This Till v lO. 1911. t.