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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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FURNITURE
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Thcus-Zacliry Co,
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY i), 1912.
NO. 32.
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OffiHal- Report of tk Proeeedln at
the Jly Mevtlaic of the
Hoard
Ocala. Fla.. July 1. 1912.
The board of county commissioners
of Marion county, Fla.. met in special
session according to adjournment.
Present, Hon. W. J. Crosby, chairman,
C. Carmichael, S. W. Petteway and V.

T. Henderson, commissioners.
Commissioner Petteway reported
that the water was over the Blue
Springs run and Stoke's Ferry bridges
and on motion of Commissioner Pette
way it was ordered that these bridges
be posted at both ends showing pas
sage thereon being dangerous and
warning the public not to use said
bridges except at their own risk.
Mr. Stevens appeared relative to tax
assessment to one W. B. Dye on ten
acres in section 28, township 13 south.
range 22 east, and asked for a reduc reduction
tion reduction from $400 to 200. Matter was re referred
ferred referred to Commissioner .Crosby and
Tax Assessor Ayer.
Tax Assessor Ayer appeared and
presented the tax rolls for 1912 and
same were taken up for the purpose of
reviewing and equalizing the assess assessments
ments assessments for 1912.
IJoard adjourned for dinner to meet
at 1:30 p. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present except Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Proctor, who was absent on ac account
count account of sickness.
Changes la AaaenKmenta
After an examination of the tax
rolls presented by Tax Assessor Ayer,
the following changes were ordered
made:
Lots 6 7 8 and 13 sub of section 16
township 12 range 21 29 acres assess assessed
ed assessed to W. U. Drown, was raised from
$400 to $600.
Lots 6 7 8 13 sub of 16-12-2129
acres P.rown. W. It.. $400 to $600.
Lots 9 23 24 sub of 16-12-21 30
acres Arredonda Orange Grove from
$1000 to $1200.
Utx 25 40 sub of 16-12-2120 acres
V. J. Vanness from $500 to $800.
Ia1 26 and sVa of 27 and all of 38
and 39 ex 3.50 chs n and s by 7:30 chs
e and w In nw corner of lot 39 sub of
16-12-21 32 acres Vanness, Hellen,
from $800 to $1000.
Lots 41 42 56 57 sub of 17-12-2140
acres Christian, J. K., from $300 to
$1000.
Iots 2 3 4 and' n'2 of 1 fract V. S.
(lov. Survey 20-12-21 150 acres. Gaits Gaits-kill,
kill, Gaits-kill, S. II., from $400 to $500.
Lota 1 2 3 4 fract lT. S. Gov. Survey
19-12-21 176 acres, Galtsklll. S. 11.,
from $500 to $600.
SVi of se'4 of nw'i or sevi and s'i
of swU 26-12-21 200 acres. Venable
& Cone, from $330 to $600.
SVa of sei 30-12-2180 acres.
Young & Mathis, from $200 to $320.
All of e't of e of railroad and that
part of sw'-i e of railroad and 12 acres
in nw'i of town of Irvine and south
of public road eU of e'i of ne'i of ne'i
and nw4 of nw'4 of ne'i 31-12-21
297 acres, Irvine, D. II.. from $1000 to
$1200.
W'12 of 35-12-21320 acres. Will Williams.
iams. Williams. J. U., from $650 to $1050.
Com 26.45 chs n and 43.18 chs w. of
se cor of 23-12-22 thence n 5 chs w
12.62 chs e 5 chs e 12-62 chs 6.30
acres, Wartmann, It. K., from $50 to
$100.
All of (ex 6.90 acres to Ayer) 23-f2-22
280 acres. Steel. U. L.. fron.
$2000 to $2500.
of nw of se',i and swVi of se'i
of neVi and wVfc of ne'i and se'i 33-12-22
49 acres, from $150 to $200.
Crosby. W. J.
All of 14-12-20640 acres. Ayer. Al Alfred,
fred, Alfred, from $1500 to $2000.
Nw'i of nw'i 39-12-22 40 acres.
Wartmann, K. L.. from $100 to $600.
KVi of nw'i and e' of sw4 and s'i
of nw'4 of se'i and n of se'i 36-12-22200
acres, Williams, J. It., from
$300 to $600.
SMs of lot 9 sub of G. I. F. Clark
Grant 12-22 9 acres, Grlner, J. C, from
I00 to 9200.
All ex nw'i of nw'i 20-12-23 600
acres. O'Hara, F. J., from $600 to $1200.
Ne'i of nw'i 7-13-21 40 acres,
Yongue, A W. P., from $100 to $160.
Ne'i or nw'i 8-13-21 40 acres, Sher Sher-ouse.
ouse. Sher-ouse. W. II., from $80 to $160.
468 ft on north end of wtfc of S.
Fernandez Grant township 13-21, Fri Fri-dy,
dy, Fri-dy, S. L., from $1000 to $1500.
Lots 1 2 3 4 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 35
36 and 2.37 acres in se corner of lot
14 and e'2 of lot 41, J. 11. Campbell's
survey of east part of S. F. Grant and
lots 1 2 of section 21 and lot I of sec section
tion section 28 -13-21245 acres. Wetumpka
Fruit Co.. from $2500 to $3000.
SeU of sw'i of ne'i 13-13-22. Rice,
M. A. 10 acres, from $20 to $50.
N'Vi of neU 14-13-2280 acres. Luff-
man, and Brother, from $150 to
$240.
Sw'i of ne'i 14-13-22 forty acres.
Rice. M. A. & Co.. from $80 to $150.
Wi4 of seU and e of swU 7-14-22160
acres, Bishop, F. W from $350
to $450.
K4 of nw'i 8-14-2280 acres. Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. II. A., heirs of. from $160 to $240.
N of seV. of sw'i and ne'i of
swi of awi; and ne'.i of sw'i 8-14-2270
acres, Howell. J. C. from $150
to $210.
Lot 2 blk 19 O S Ocala. Livingston.
M. C. from $140 to $300.
Lot 3 blk 1 O S Ocala, Morgan. W.
S.. from $400 to $500.
All of fract blk 20 O S Ocala, from
$200 to $300. Delouest. A. K.
All of fract blk 21 O S OtTala. Shuy Shuy-ler.
ler. Shuy-ler. Mrs. it., from $200 to $300.
All of blk 22 O S Ocala, Robinson.
Mrs. T. S., from $800 to $1000.
Com at ne cor blk 25 O S Ocala
thence w 164 ft s 112 ft e 17 ft s 112
ft e 27 ft n 112 ft e 120 ft n 112 ft II. H.
Chambers from $400 to $800.
Com 50 ft e of sw cor blk 25 O S
Ocala thence n 112 ft e 27 ft s 112
ft w 27 ft Johnson, If. from $300 to
$500.
Lot 3 blk 14 O S Ocala. Mclver. D. E..
from $300 to $500.
N'a of lot 4 blk 14 O s Ocala, Lark,
Alfred, from $200 to $400.
Si( of lot 4 blk 14 O S Ocala, Ross.
Matter, from $200 to $400.
It A sub of blk 15 O S Ocala.
Grothe. Dr. O.. from $300 to $500.
Ni of lot 1 blk 17 O S Ocala. Oliver.
j., irom )dVv to 4uu.
S4 of lot e blk 17 O S Ocala. Sharp Sharp-erson.
erson. Sharp-erson. J. K.. from $200 to $400.
Lots 2 and 3 blk 17 O S Ocala, Car Carter.
ter. Carter. Alberta If., from $250 to $300.
S'i of lots 3 and 4 blk 18 O S Ocala.
Finley, Ella, from $400 to $500.
Lot 4 blk 19 O S Ocala, Delouest.
-. h... rrom $2do to $400.
Com So rt w of se cor blk 25 O S
Ocala thence n 112 ft w 25 ft s 112
ft e 25 ft Southern Standard Lodge,
from $300 to $500.
Lot 2 bTk 26 O S Ocala. Wallace. Mrs.
M. o., rrom $600 to $800.
Ki of lot 3 ex 6 ft e and w on e
side blk 27 O S Ocala, Braswell. J. S
rrom $ioo to $200.
Lots 3 4 blk 30 O S Ocala, Carter.
11. 1. rrom soo to $1000.
100 ft n and s by 173'i ft e and w
in se corner blk 47 O S Ocala. Carmi Carmichael.
chael. Carmichael. C. from $300 to $500.
Com 100 ft w of ne cor blk 54 O S
Ocala thence w 25 ft s 100 ft e 25 ft
n 100 ft. Burnett, Jerry, from $800 to
$1200.
27 ft e and w on w side of lot 1 blk
55 O S Ocala. unknown, from $1000 to
$2000.
Com 9 ft s of ne cor of lot 4 blk 55
O S Ocala thence s 24 2-5 ft w 100 ft
n 24 2-5 ft e 100 ft, Scott. Airs. N K..
from $1000 to-$2500.
Lot 1 and 5 ft e and w on w side of
lot 2. Holder sub blk 57 O S Ocala
Ocala National Bank, from $5000 to
$60000.
Com at se corner blk 57 O S Ocala
thence w 894 ft n 100 ft e 29 ft e
42 ft a 24 ft e 18 ft s 73 ft and 119 ft
e and w by 72 ft n and s in ne cor
ner of lot 1. Ray, Walter, from $5000
to ,$6000.
92 ft e and w on e side of s'i of
Tract oik 61 0 ocala, Christian, S
II., from $100 to $200.

NeU of fract blk 61 O S Ocala, Ocala
Iron Works, from $100 to $200.
Lot 1 blk 8 O S Ocala. Ferguson &
Usher, from $400 to $600.
Lots 2 3 blk 69 O S Ocala. Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. H. L. from $600 to $900.
Com 118 ft e of sw corner blk 74
O S Ocala thence e 61 ft n 110 ft w
61 ft s 110 ft, Sage. Chas. K., from
$500 to $600.
Com 30 ft e of sw corner blk 75 O
S Ocala thence e 41 1-3 feet n 115'
ft w 40 1-3 ft s 1152 ft, Carroll. R. R.,
from $500 to $600.
NVr of lot 2 blk 19 X S S Ocala. Wal Wallace.
lace. Wallace. Mrs. M. O.. from $50 to $100.
Lots 340 341 Dunnellon. C. Y. Miller,
from $700 to $1000.
Lots 51 to 73 ex 52 53 and 75 to
109 ex 86. 113, 142 and 148 to 160 and
167 to 265 and 291 to 201 and 308 to
313. Dunnellon. Ray and Anderson,
from $1000 to $2500.
Lot 49 Dunnellon. unknown, from
$150 to $300.
Lot 50. Dunnellon. Walter. A. E.,
from $150 to $500.
Nw'i of nw'i and e' of nwU ex
lots in Romeo 5-15-l 108 acres,
Romeo Turpentine Co.. from $280 to
$1000.
Rivers. R. J., in No. 6. sawmill and
mules, from $2000 to $5000.
Ixts 302 to 205 and 314 to 322 324
325 and 327 to 339 and 345 to 355 357
358 also unsurveyed lot bounded e by
Douglass street n -JLylai-i.a -51-a-nd
555 w by Ohio street s by river also
that portion bounded w by Bridge
street s by Bell street n and e bv lot
326 Dunnellon 35-16-18 Camp Phos Co.,
from $1500 to $25000.
Se'i of sw'i 36-16-18 41 acres
Ruttgenbach & Co., from $25000 to
$75000.
Raise the West Coast Bottling Works
in No. 24 from $100 to $500.
Lot 42 Dunnellon 35-16-18 Watkins,
H. G.. Sr.. from $500 to $1000.
Blks 23 24 25 26 South Lake Weir
28-17-24 160 acres Mechanics Savings
Bank from 500 to $1000.
Board adjourned until Tuesday, July
2, 7:30 a. m. S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.

Ocala, Fla., July 2, 1912.
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All
members present, Mr. Proctor hav having
ing having recovered from his illness suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to attend the board meeting.
Chairman Crosby being absent
with Tax Assessor Ayer, Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Carmichael was called to the chair.
Attorney II. M. Hampton appeared
and presented petition asking that
quit claim deed be executed to Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Realty and Investment Co.
for lots 2 and 3. block C9, O. S. Ocala.
On motion matter was referred to
County Attorneys Hocker & Duval
for investigation.
Mr. J. I. Taylor appeared relative to
closing by fence of Mr. J. B. Malloy of
the old Orange Springs and Ocala
road, and asked that the road be or ordered
dered ordered opened and worked as a county
road.
Mr. J. B. Malloy, being present, was
heard, and he made proposition to
give right of way 12 feet wide, and
Mr. Taylor to rebuild the fence as it
now stands, Mr. Taylor to pay Mr.
Malloy for wire and posts.
On motion clerk was instructed to
order by wire from Austin Bros.,
steel parts for two blades for Little
Giant road grader.
Commissioner Petteway reported
on the Martel road petitions, and sub submitted
mitted submitted a new route that will be agree agreeable
able agreeable to all parties, and that petition
will be presented at the next meeting
of the board.
Commissioner Carmichael reported
on the county poor house, relative to
keeping the inmates on the premises.
On motion the board adjourned un
til 1:30 p. m.
Afternoon Session
Board reconvened with all members
present.
Report by J. M. Barksdale, coroner,
over the body of Tony Cowert, con
vict, drowned in a phosphate it at
Holder, Fla., was read and filed.
Report of A. O. Harper, coroner,
over body of C. J. Proctor read and
filed.
Fire insurance policies on court
house and furniture and fixtures by
D. V. Davis, G. S. Scott & Son, F. V.
Ditto, Graham Bros., and Muncaster
& Bell, agents, were received, and
bills for premiums ordered paid.
Catalogue by the Canton Culvert
Co., received and filed.
Circular by Smith & Sons Mfg. Co.,
Kansas City, Mo., received and filed.
Catalogue and circulars by Austin
Bros., Atlanta, Ga., received and filed.
Circular by Pauly Jail Building Co.,
St. Louis, Mo., received and filed.
Petition by Elmer Fisher et al, as
follows: We, the undersigned resi residents
dents residents of the community adjoining the
subject matter, do hereby petition
your honorable body to change the
route of road running through section
18, township 17, range 22, beginning
at the northeast corner of section 18
and cutting diagonally across to the
southeast corner of section 18, that
part of said diagonal road to be
changed to begin at the northeast
corner of section 18, thence south to
the section line running east and
west between sections 18 and 19,
thence east to the northeast corner
of section 19, following the section
line. Read and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Proctor petition was ac accepted
cepted accepted and proposition made by Mr.
Davia that the citizens would furnish
right of way free to the county and
pay two-thirds of the expense of open opening
ing opening up the road, Marion county to pay
one-third of the expense.
Tax Collector Colbert filed report
of poll taxes collected during June,
1912. which was read and filed. Re Report
port Report shows 6 extras and 79 regulars
collected.
Report by T. K. Slaughter, coroner
over the body of Wesley Thompson,
killed at Dunnellon, Fla., read and
filed.
Commissioner Petteway reported
on road petition by J. T. Hall et al,
read at the June meeting and re referred
ferred referred to Commissioner Petteway for
investigation.
On motion of Commissioner Proc

tor petition by J. T. Hall et al was
refused.

Petition by D. E. Jones et al, as fol
lows: We, the undersigned free hold holders,
ers, holders, residing contiguous to the route,
do respetcfully petition your honora honorable
ble honorable body for the following change and
extension of the Old Town and Ocala
public road, to-wit: Commencing at
the west end of Sawdust pond road,
and running westward along section
line 31 chains, thence north one-half
mile, thence west along half section
line to section line, thence follow the
Ocala, Blitchton and Wacahoota pub
lic road to section line one-fourth
mile west of section corners 1, 2, 10
and 11, thence west on section line
between sections 2 and 10 to Levy
county line. Read and on motion of
Commissioner Petteway was refused.
Notary public bond of Hibbert M.
Weathers, with B. A Weathers and
D. S. Woodrow sureties, read and ap
proved.
Report of Sheriff John P. Galloway,
showing cases in which fines and
costs were imposed in Marion county
and chargeable to the sheriff during
June, 1912. was read and approved.
Mr. J. H. Albritton appeared rela
tive to the road from Daisy to Fort
McCoy.
Mr. C. S. Turner appeared relative
to the Meffert & Tiller road on Old-
Town and Old Wire road, and asked
that it be opened up for travel.
Mr. Brown of Mcintosh appeared
relative to repairs to clay road west
from Mcintosh, Fla.
Mr. P. J. Theus appeared and asked
the recommendation of board to the
comptroller to be allowed to redeem
outstanding tax certificates on lot S3
ft n of sw cor of block B, Allred's ad
to Ocala, n SO ft. e 205 ft, s 80 ft,
w 203 ft, at face value of certificates
and omitted years taxes, without in interest.
terest. interest. On motion of Commissioner
Proctor request was granted.
Tax Collector Colbert appeared and
presented lists of errors, insolvencies
and double assessments for the year
1911, which were read, and credit
therefor allowed by the county for
$3021.73; state, $1010.29; sub school,
$287.17, making a total of $4322.23.
Messrs. Brown, Pettis and others
of Mcintosh appeared relative to re repairs
pairs repairs to road from Mcintosh and ev ev-inston
inston ev-inston road westward at Mcintosh.
On motion repair crew was ordered
to repair this road when it completes
the Belleview, Ocala and North Iake
Weir road.
' John M. Graham, county treasurer,
filed report for June, 1912, showing:
School Fund
Receipts $54C5.C8
Disbursements 1C77.79
Balance $3787.91
Road Fund
Receipts $1871.87
Disbursements 1818.80
Balance $ 23.07
County Proper Fund
Receipts $ C42.82
Disbursements 580.27
Balance $ C2.55
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Receipts $2821.78
Disbursements 1179.03
Balance $1642.75
Building Fund
Receipts $1276.32
Disbursements 1273.11
Balance $ 3.21
Total balances $5519.49
Report read and lied.
Commissioner Proctor reported the
sale of one piece of 48-in. culvert to
Irvine Crate and Basket Co., and the
clerk was instructed to make bill
against Irvine Crate & Basket Co.,
for some for $111; unloading and
hauling, $3. Total bill, $114.
Reports by Alexander Wynne, C.
C. Curry, L. L. Hopkins, C. R. Veal,
Z. A. McClaran, showing no business
for June, were ordered read and filed.
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Reports by the following justices,
showing fines and costs imposed dur during
ing during June, 1912, as follows:
Joseph Bell, county judge, fines,
$120; costs. $31.2S.
J. W. Lyles, fines $365; costs $75.22.
A. O. Harper, fines. $5; costs $17.01.
Read and filed.
Estray report by Alexander Wynne,
showing sale of one bull for $15.25,
said bull about 9 years old, brown or
dark yellow, white specks, branded J,
under slope right ear, staple fork in
left ear. Read and filed.
Letters by J. G. Dampier and C. L.
Peek relative to national highway
read and filed.
Letter by Petroiithic Good Road
Development Co., of New Orleans,
La., read and filed.
Letter by the Geiser Mfg. Co., read
and filed.
I-etter bx the Troy Wagon Works
Co., read and filed.
Petition by H. A. Ross et al as fol follows:
lows: follows: We, the undersigned voters of
Camp Izard precinct. No. C, petition
that John Cross be appointed mark
and brand inspector for this district.

Read and on motion of Commissioner
Petteway recommendation of this
board to the governor for the ap appointment
pointment appointment of ilr. Cross was granted.
Letter by the Austin Western Co.,
Ltd., read and filed.
Letter by Buffalo Pitts Co., read
and filed.
Letter by Fla. Agricultural and
Ind. Exp. Co., read and filed.
Letter by A. L. Greenberg Iron Co.,
read and filed.
Circular by International Harvester
Co., read and filed.
Report by State Auditor Ernest
Amos as follows:
Tallahassee. Fla., June 24, 1912.
Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor;
The Capitol:
Dear Sir I have the honor to re report
port report that I recently made an exam examination
ination examination of the files and records in the
offices of clerk of the circuit court,
tax collector, treasurer, county Judge,
sheriff and superintendent of public
instruction of Marion county.
With the exception of a few tax
certificates now in process of adjust adjustment,
ment, adjustment, each of the officers mentioned
had properly accounted for all funds
officially received by him, and is
Keeping accounts, books and record
in a very satisfactory manner, hence
I deem it sufficient to make this gen general
eral general report to that effect.
Treasurer's balances May 1, 1912,
were as follows:
General school fund $ 23.29
tieneral road fund 140.72
General revenue fund 102.02
Fine and forfeiture fund 1113.C2
Building fund 53.7S
Special school funds 3575.28
Total $5003.71
Which were covered by deposits in
the local banks.
All of which 16 respectfully sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. ERNEST AMOS,
State Auditor.
Report was read and filed.
Catalogue by E. T. Barnes Iron
Works received and filed.
Letter by H. C. Georgian read and
filed.
Letter by Troy Wagon Works Co.,
read and filed.
Letters and circulars by Chas. A.
Tremere of Belleview read and filed.
Report by commissioners under pe petition,
tition, petition, by O. H. Rogers et al as fol follows:
lows: follows: The undersigned I. P. Stevens,
W. J. Teuten and James Gore, having
been appointed by your honorable
board to view and mark out a public
road, we beg to report that we have
marked out said -road beginning at
Gibbons store at Grahamville, run running
ning running thence south on or near the land
lines through section 2, 15, 23, tp 15,
s, r 23, e, according to the survey
made by County Surveyor Alex. Moor Moor-head.
head. Moor-head. Read and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Henderson road was order ordered
ed ordered advertised for 30 days according
to law.
Letter by Avery Co., read and filed.
Letter by American Culvert Co.,
read and filed.
Letter by Moeschal-Edwards Corru Corrugating
gating Corrugating Co., of Covington, Ky read
and filed.
List by Miss Jefferson Bell, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, showing names of persons draw drawing
ing drawing pensions under chapter 5SS5 of
the laws of Florida in Marion county,
read and filed.
Tax Collector Colbert filed report of
licenses issued during June, 1912,
showing: Collected for state, $106;
for county, $54.25. Read and filed.
Letter by Bates Traction Co., read
and filed.
Report of mark and brand inspect inspector
or inspector for district No. 29, read and filed.
Letter by Port Huron Eng. and
Thresher Co.. read and filed.
Board adjourned utnil Wednesdav
at S a. m.
Wednesday Morning
The board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, with all members present.
Mr. J. T. Lancaster appeared in
behalf of Lucy Jones and asked the
recommendation of the board that
she be allowed to redeem the out outstanding
standing outstanding certificates on nw1,, sec 4.
tp 15. s. r 21, e, at face value of cer certificates
tificates certificates and omitted years taxes, on
a valuation of $100, or $300 valuation
less widow's exemption of $200,
which was, on motion of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Carmichael, granted.
Commissioner Crosby reported on
petition by D. B. Mathews et al, read
at the February meeting, and on mo motion
tion motion of Commissioner Petteway, L. S.
(Continued on Fourth rage)

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1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
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OCALA KVErtSa STAlt TUESDAY, JULY 0. 1912.

OCAjjUjVENlNG STAR
, Bttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
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It. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla.. as second class mail matter.
THE AMERICAN SPESDEIW
Under the above head. there has
been running in the Saturday Eve Evening
ning Evening Post a very Interesting series of
articles, going to explain the high
cost, of living under the theory of the
cost of high living, showing that the
reason why we spend so much more is
because we live so much better.
The artfcles prove that our food is
more dainty, that our clothes are more
stylish, and comfortable, and less sub substantial,
stantial, substantial, thart those of our ancestors;
that our homes have many; more con conveniences:
veniences: conveniences: that we ride to our work
instead of walk: that we use autos
and motorboats instead of buggies
and skiffs: also that we are more
happy and comfortable, and live longer
than did those who preceded us.
All this Is true. But, considering the
great advances that have been made
In machinery, it is not unreasonable
to think that all this improvement
should also have brought a relief to
the mental and physicial strain, and
that the mad pace at which the major
ity of American city dwellers live
should have toned down to a healthy
and comfortable gait.
The fact Is that our civilization is
in a transition period. e are be
ginning to understand and use our
vast resources, without realizing how
we can put them to the best use.
We are not very far from the day of
the cave dwellers. The doctrine of
"lie shall take who has the power and
he shall keep who can," is yet large
ly our rule of practice, tho it has been
many centuries since it has been our
professed rule of faith. The disposi disposition
tion disposition to obtain as much for as little as
possible in fact, to obtain something
for nothing is very close to the fair
appearing surface. But, to thinking
men, this disposition is mainly owing
to their opinion that there is not near
enough to go around and that it be
hooveth the wise man to grab off all
he can before others beat him to it
And yet there would be plenty, and
to spare, if all did their duty. There
Is no waste in Nature. All her re resources
sources resources are here today as much as they
were a thousand years ago, tho some
are in different form, and we are In far
better condition to take advantage of
thm.r'
The greatest burden that civiliza civilization
tion civilization has to bear is useless and worse
than useless people. Not so much the f
out and out drones, for they are com comparatively
paratively comparatively few, as the millions who
live by preying on humanity's vices
or distracting Its virtues. They do
not in the least help they hinder,
they clog the wheels of the great
machine, and they must be fed and
clothed at least, chicken-hearted civ civilization
ilization civilization thinks they must be.
Savagery has this great advantage:
the non producers are comparatively
few. The able-bodied man must make
his own support If In no other way,
he must knock some weaker man In
the head-and take his food and cloth clothing
ing clothing away from him a rougher and
more expeditious way than that of the
employer who pays starvation wages
but quite as moral and less painful.
Useful people are divided into four
classes: those who produce, those who
manufacture, those who contribute to
the convenience of all the others and
those who Instruct or amuse. If we all
did our duty In these callings, pain pain-wracked
wracked pain-wracked and overworked humanity
would be too well satisfied with earth
to dream of Heaven.
But these four classes must feed
and clothe and wait upon millions on
millions of those whose employment
Is not only useless but detrimental to
the body politic.
They are ones who dull Humanity's
brain, strain its muscles and rack its
nerves. They are the camp follow followers
ers followers In the army, and civilization must
learn to make them take their places
In the ranks or stand them up against
the wall and shoot them.
"A VIOLATION OP LAW
Under the above head, the Tampa
Times prints a rather amusing edi editorial,
torial, editorial, regarding the Stuckey-Schreck
scrap In Ocala July 4, expressing its
astonishment that it was allowed to
take place and that It was attended
by many good citizens, quoting the
law passed at the special session of
the legislature In 1894, and calling on
some vigilant officer or public spirited
citizen to swear ouf warrants against
all implicated.
Before the editorial writer of the
Times allowed himself to be shocked
Into print, he should have consulted
with his astute managing editor, who
would not have allowed him to make
such a break. He would have found
that his own paper, which has consid considerable
erable considerable circulation In Ocala, was prom prominent
inent prominent in announcing that the fight
would take place, that It called on its
special correspondent in Ocala for a
detailed description of the fight, and
that It received and published an ac account
count account of the fight, and owing to the
enterprise of Its sporting editor it was
the first paper to do so. The Times
Is partlceps crimlnls with the rest of
us In the outrage. If the esteemed and
brilliant editorial writer had a Spar Spartan
tan Spartan resolve to do his duty, he Khould
have wired the sheriff of Marlon .coun .county
ty .county on the day of the fight to arrest
the whole lay-out. As a sentinel on
the watch tower, as a guardian of
public morals, he had no more excuse
for being derelict in his duty than any
of the rest of us. That the flsrht took
place In Marion county while he lives
In Hillsborough does not let him out
The law he quotes Is a state law.
Nobody knows any better than the
citizens of Ocala that prize fights are
contrary to law. They also know that
the law Is practically a dead letter,
and that It Is nowhere violated more
flagrantly than In Tampa.
As far as the Star in concerned, it
does not believe there Is anything det detrimental
rimental detrimental to public morals in a fairly
conducted boxing match. It is a much
cleaner and more instructive thing to
see than many of the plays attended
In thousands by girls as well as boys.
In the meantime we advise the edi
torial writer or the rimes to clean up
some of the failings of his own city
before he lectures Ocala.
Wo are Informed that three weeks
go a prize fight between two negroes
took place In about four or five blocks
of the Times office at which several
city officials. Including police officers,
are said to have been present. In this
contest one of the negroes Is said to
have been knocked unconscious and
remained so for nearly three hours:
betting was aald to have gone on open openly
ly openly and boisterously, tut there was not
a word in the Times about It.
The article In yesterday's Star re regarding
garding regarding the drowning of Miss Proctor

at Pablo Beach was clipped from the
Times-Union, and should have ben
credited to that paper.

There Is a law on the statute books
requiring all seaside bathing places to
be adequately equipped with life-sav
ing apparatus. The non-observance
of this law Is responsible for the
death at Pablo Sunday of Mary Proc
tor, the trained nurse, who.-e life was
valuable to society and dear to her
relatives and friend.
Picture.' of scenes about Ocala which
dally appear In the TK-ala Star tell of
the enterprise of that splendid pub
lication as well as give the reader a
most pleasant Impression of the Brick
City. Pensacola Journal.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., July 2, 1M2.
The board of public instruction In
and for Marion county met in regular
session at the usual place with all
members present and acting as fol follows:
lows: follows: W. D. Cam. chairman. II. R.
Blitch and J. S. Grantham, members,
and J. 11. Brlnson. secretary.
Minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.
Mr. R. K. Perry, one of the trustees
of the Pedro school, called and an announced
nounced announced the selection of Miss Sallie
Nichols a3 assistant at the Pedro
school.
Mr. W. A. Redding, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Charter Oak school, called
and requested that an assistant be
granted the school for the coming
term. It was agreed to allow the as assistant
sistant assistant to start and if the average for
the first month is sufficient to justify
the county in paying the salary, the
county will pay the salary and con continue
tinue continue the assistant, but if it is not.
the salary for the month taught will
be paid from district funds and the
teacher dismissed.
Mr. J. A. Jones, former patron of the
Oak Hill school, called and made re request
quest request that he be transferred as a
patron from the Oak Hill school to
the Fairfield school. It appearing that
he is much more conveniently situat situated
ed situated to the Fairfield school, the request
was granted.
Mr. D. A. Walker, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Martel school, called and
requested settlement of a varrant held
by him against the Martel district for
$150. He was directed to present it to
I the bank and it was ordered tlrat a
warrant be drawn for the accrued in interest.
terest. interest. He reported that the trustees
had agreed that they would run the
school but six months thereby leaving
sufficient funds in the treasury to
operate full eight months next year
even if the average should not justify
the county in furnishing an assistant
teacher from county funds.
Calvin McMahan. supervisor of
Blaze Pond school, called and present
ed dimensions of house that they
wanted celled. It also appeared that
the well had caved and it was neces
sary to have water provided and it
was agreed that the board would fur
nish the necessary pump material for
fixing the well and the people would
put down the pump themselves.
G. S. Mickens, colored, representing
the supervisor of the Clarkesville
school, called and discussed the size
of the school and the needs. Tt was
agreed to provide an assistant te;i her.
An addition of fifteen feet to the i es es-ent
ent es-ent house was asked and it was agi-eed
to furnish ?30 to apply towards the
material of the addition and to fur furnish
nish furnish the forty additional desks.
Mr. John Balliet, supervisor of Key Keystone
stone Keystone school, called and presented pe petition
tition petition for a new scliool house to bo
erected for their school. He was ask asked
ed asked to have estimate made as to cost
of building 20x22 feet and report at
next meeting of the board. Also to
ascertain where a suitable lot could
be obtained and cost.
George Ross, supervisor of Mount
Royal school, called and made state statement
ment statement of need of covering. The Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view district had made provision for
giving $23 for the repairs. It was
agreed that the county would give $50
to apply on the purchase of material
and work on the re-roofing of the
house and to ask the district to ap appropriate
propriate appropriate $15 to apply on the cost of
a well.
Paul Williams, supervisor of Beth Bethlehem
lehem Bethlehem school, called and asked that
the school house he re-covered and
to make addition to the house. It
was agreed that the board would fur furnish
nish furnish material and the people must do
the work in a neat and substantial
manner.
Resignati6n of Henry Stephenson as
supervisor of St. Peter's school was
presented and James Blye was ap appointed
pointed appointed in his place. The latter call called
ed called and spoke of the choice of teachers.
Mr. T. I Holly called and presented
petition from patrons of the .Marsh -ville
school for his appointment as
supervisor in the place of Mr. W. S.
Priest, who had moved from the com community.
munity. community. Petition was granted.
The board adjourned for dinner.
Afternoon SeMMion
Dr. Wm. Griffith, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Dunnellon school, called
and presented estimates of the trus trustees
tees trustees which caused discussion. The
trustees declined to make any provis provision
ion provision for running the school beyond the
regular county term with district
funds for the reason that they did
not want to appropriate any district
funds to paying the salary if the
principal that had been contracted
with. The estimates were left but the
board ordered them returned to be
filled in by the trustees themselves
for the purposes for which they wish
the funds to be applied.
Messrs. l.imbort and demons, trus trustees
tees trustees of the Sparr school, called and
presented plans for the proposed new
school house to be erected there.
They mentioned bids that had been
received and that they would accept
a bid for erecting the house for $10."0.
They were authorized to draw up
specifications and contract for the
building with Mr. B. V. Mims. The
payments were to be made by the
board as the work progressed but at
no time to he as much as the work
done was worth at the time, until the
final payment. All available funds of
the district were to be applied on the
new building and for this reason the
school is to run for but six months.
Several bids were reported on the old
building and it was agreed to keep
them open for another month.
Mr. J. Jones came before the
board and spoke with reference to
securing a suitable appointment to
teach.
Hydia Daniels, colored, supervisor
of the Jacob's Well school, called and
discussed the situation at their school
with reference to there being a peti petition
tion petition for the appointment of another
supervisor and also the relations with
the teacher of last term. It was agreed
that Lydia Daniels continue as super supervisor.
visor. supervisor. Messrs. D. H. Pettys and C. F. Far Far-ran,
ran, Far-ran, trustees of the Mcintosh school,
called and requested the providing of
one more teacher for the Mcintosh
school for the coming term upon the
ground that there was a large class
who had finished the tenth grade and

who wished to take up eleventh grade
work. The matter was discussed from
many standpoints. Decision was tem temporarily
porarily temporarily passed over.
The board adjourned for the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Meht SeIoa
Request was presented from the
Andalusia school for lumber and
hhingle? sufficient to build a new
toilet and shinsles for covering the
old. Granted.
The request from Mcintosh was re refused
fused refused but it was agreed that if after
the s.chool Of.ens, the average main maintained
tained maintained is such as to justify the county
in supplying a third teacher, it will

do so. Also a proposition irom nip
principal of the sc-.ool to devote two
hours extra time to the advanced
pupils and to "te paid extra for them,
was declined.
Request from Liberty Chapel, color
ed school, for material for building a
flue for their school house, was pre presented
sented presented and the material granted with
the understanding that they would do
the work.
Request from Reddick school for an
appropriation of $25 for sundry repairs
was granted.
A request from the Grahamville
school for window glass and one door
was granted.
A request from a number of patrons
living near Stroud's Landing on the
Oklawaha river for a school to be es established
tablished established was presented. It was un understood
derstood understood that the house would be fur furnished
nished furnished by the patrons and the only ex expense
pense expense to the county would be the
teacher's salary. Thi was granted
provided it is found not to be within
the legal limits of the Burbank
school.
A request from Linadale for help on
the building of a school house on a
site near where the school was taught
last term, was presented. The secre secretary
tary secretary was instructed to write for par particulars
ticulars particulars as to cost.
A request from a number of color colored
ed colored patrons for a new school to be es established
tablished established out from Kendrick to be
known as St. Philip school, was re refused
fused refused as it is not the legal distance
from other schools.
Mrs. L. J. Wilkerson was appointed
teacher of the Wetumpka school, col
ored.
A request from Hope school, colored,
for 600 feet of lumber to be furnish
ed for making an extension to their
school house was granted.
The board adjourned for the day.
Wetlneilyn eHlnn
Board met with all members pre
ent and acting.
In consideration of the board not
granting a third teacher at Mcintosh
and that they had an appropriation
made of $125 per month for salary of
principal and assistant from county
funds and under an equitable appro appropriation
priation appropriation based upon the average of the
preceding term they would have been
entitled to an appropriation of $135.
it was ordered that the extra $10 per
month be applied to the discharge of
their indebtedness. Also in connection
with the Pedro school, since they
would be entitled under an equitable
appropriation based upon the average
of the preceding term to an appro appropriation
priation appropriation of $140 per month for salar salaries,
ies, salaries, but the appropriation had ben fixed
at $123 per month and it was ordered
that the remaining $15 per month be
applied to redemption of outstanding
warrants. It was also ordered that
the superintendent take up as nearly
$i0 in warrants of Pedro from county
funds in consideration of amount
saved from appropriation of last year.
In the matter of the proposed build building
ing building for Ocala it was agreed that there
lie a committee appointed to consist of
five members, one to be from the
county board of public instruction, one
from the local board of trustees, one
from the citizens of the city, one from
the ladies of the city and the county
superintendent. This committee is to
secure information as to cost of lot, lot,-examine,
examine, lot,-examine, plans and agree upon same
for the building. It was agreed that
the chairman of the county board
should represent the county board
upon the committee, the trustees to
select their member, "and these mem members
bers members to select the member from the
citizens and these to select the lady
representative.
James Bass, supervisor of the Stan Stanton
ton Stanton colored school, called and present presented
ed presented a request to move the school from
its present location to one to be de determined
termined determined upon close to the colored
church. He was directed to have
plans of proposed school house pre prepared
pared prepared with probable costs, ascertain
what aid the Weirsdale district would
be willing to make, and report at the
next meeting of the board.
Mr. M. M. Proctor, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Pedro scliool. called and
stated the repairs that were necessary
for the Pedro school. It was granted
and he was authorized to have neces necessary
sary necessary work done to best advantage
and send in bill for same.
J. D. McCall, principal of Howard
Academy, colored, called and discuss discussed
ed discussed with the board the matter of a re request
quest request for the salaries of certain posi positions'
tions' positions' in the school to be increased.
This matter was laid over for confer conference
ence conference with tlie trustees of the Ocala
school. The matter of a summer nor normal
mal normal training term was mentioned and
the school board gave the matter its
hearty moral support, providing Prof.
McCall should decide to open a school
of this kind for the training of colored
teacher at Howard A(idvny.
The treasurer's report for the month
of June was checke 1 up and the fal fallowing
lowing fallowing condition was found: Balance
from last month and receipts, $5465.68!
disbursements. $1677.77: balance on
hand. $3787.91. The following district
balances were shown: Ocala $2.18, Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh $! 4 4; Belleview $123.34: Fant Fant-ville
ville Fant-ville 46.4 4; Dunnellon $158.35; Red Reddick
dick Reddick $10.1'.: Pine Leve $100.S3. May May-ville
ville May-ville $37.33. Weirsdale $382.65. Citra
$16.67. Griner Farm $39.36. Buck Pond
$431.81. Sparr $430.42. Candler $232.73.
Fellowship $92.04. Electra $43.36. Mar Martel
tel Martel $232.38. Blitchton $113.03, Fort
King S127.SS. Capulet $162.22. Linadale
$23.51. Cotton Plant $4 45.68. Orange
Lake $132.06 Oak Hill $15.75. Fairfield
$223.78. Cottage Hill $9.78. Charter
Oak $246.49. Pedro $39.26. Kendrick
$108. S6. Oklawaha $4.43. Heldtville
$431.29. Pleasant Hill $201.54. Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy $79.71. Total $4805.42.
Mr J. W. Davis, one of the trustees,
and two of the patron of the Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field school, called and discussed the
house situation at Summerfield. It
was agreed to defer action at this
meeting and the Summerfield people
are to secure estimates a to cost of
moving the present school house up to
the church, repairing same and paint painting
ing painting them and getting them in goo 1
condition for school purposes, and to
report at the next meeting of the
board.
Mr. K. D. Rou. one of the trustees
of the Reddick school, called and dis discussed
cussed discussed tiie general school condition
there with the board.
It was ordered that advertisements
be inserted in the papers asking for
propositions to keep the oho.-i )-.ook
in stock for the coming school year.
The estimates of the trustees as to
expense for the coming year, with the
millage voted by each suh-tax district

and the estimated expenditures of the
county with the request that the
millage In each district as voted and
a levy of seven mills for the county
fund be ordered assessed for collec collection
tion collection for the school year of 1512-13.
Mr. H. O. Cordery was appointed
supervisor of Key Pond school in
place of Mr. J. B. Griggs, resigned.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in special
session on Tuesday. July 23. for the
purpose of appointing teachers for
the coming school year and also to
check up the poll tax stubs of the tax
collector for the first half year of 1912.
J. H. Brinson. Secretary.

IX THE CIRCUIT COURT
Willis Baxley is again on trial be before
fore before the circuit court. When the case
was called this morning. Attorney R.
B. Bullock, the principal counsel for
the defense, was not well enough to
appear, and it was deferred until this
afternoon
Deputy Sheriff Brigance yesterday
summoned the following citizens, from
whom twelve jurors will be chosen to
try Baxley: John Eeasley. G. F. Cross.
L. A. Walker, A. B. Kemp. A. W
Woodard, J. N. Morris, Joe Akin. J. T.
Burgess, O. S. Sanders. J. M. Blitch.
T. M. Phillips, W. S. Curry, V. B. Tot
ter, Ed Mathews, J. M. Rawls, Joe
Fore, R. J. Rivers. F. T. Park. W. J.
Davis, I C. Rawls, B. P. Wallace, C.
B owell. J. A. Snelllng. A. Seevers,
A. G. Fridy, J. B. Peck, J. M. M. Rob Robertson,
ertson, Robertson, J. C. DuPree, O. G. Johnson, L.
S. Cromartie, W. IL Sherouse. W. A.
Scott. M. G. Bateman, G, A. Flewellen,
W. E. Allen, M. Gist, N. MeCredie,
Charles Holloway, C. E. Foglestrom.
There is more catarrh In thl3 sec
tion of the country than all other dls
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura
ble. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It incurable
science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu- J
cous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case
it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address: F. J. Che Cheney
ney Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug druggists,
gists, druggists, 73c. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.
IMIOIIIIIITIOXS CLAIM
THEY ARE PROGRESSIVES
Atlantic City. N. J., July 9. Prohi Prohibitionists
bitionists Prohibitionists are beginning to arrive for
their national convention, which is to
meet on the steel pier during the last
three days of this week for the nom nomination
ination nomination of candidates for president and
vice-president and the adoption of a
party platform.
Maintaining that the prohibition
party is the original progressive party,
a determined effort will be made to
change the party's name at the con convention.
vention. convention. Though the party to be form formed
ed formed at Chicago next month is being re referred
ferred referred to as the "progressive party,"
the prohibitionists point to the fact
that the new organization had not yet
been christened and the prohis feel
that they are entitled to use the new
name if they choose.
BETTER MEDICINE
THAN
CALOMEL
DodMon'tt Liver Tone, a Safe Vegetable
Liquid, Now Takes the Place of
Calomel, the Powerful
Mineral Drug
Many people know the danger of
calomel, yet they, take It because they
know of nothing better.- Other people
are not afraid of calomel because they
do not understand what .a dengerous
drug it is.
Nobody needs to take dangerous
calomel (which is made from mercury)
if they live near a drugstore where
Dodson's Liver Tone is sold. The
Court Pharmacy sells Dodson'3 Liver
Tone, and guarantees it to be a perfect
substitute for calomel. It Is a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant tasting vegetable tonic, that liv livens
ens livens up the liver without causing any
restriction of habit or diet. It has
none of the bad after effects of cal calomel
omel calomel and is safe for children as well
as grown-ups.
ARC'IIIHALD MAY BE IMPEACHED
Washington, July 9. Chairman II.
D. Clayton of the House committee on
judiciary, presented to the House yes yesterday
terday yesterday thirteen articles of impeach impeachment
ment impeachment against Judge Robert W. Arch Arch-bald
bald Arch-bald of the commerce court. The re report
port report was unanimous from the com com-m'ttee.
m'ttee. com-m'ttee. In summing up the charges against
Archbald, the committee says:
"The conduct of this judge has been
exceedingly reprehensible, in marked
contrast with the high sense of ju judicial
dicial judicial ethics that generally character characterize
ize characterize the federal judiciary."
ZEMO FOR DANDRUFF.
Yon Will Be Surprised to See now
Quickly it Disappear.
No more dirty coats from dandruff
heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Apply
it any time with, tips of fingers. No
smell, no smear. Zemo sinks into the
pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes
the hair fine and glossy. For any skin
affliction, itch, dandruff, eczema, pim pimples,
ples, pimples, blotches, try Zemo at our risk.
Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and Is sold In
Ocala by the Postofflce Drug Store.
OltGWIZE IV AUGUST
The Teddjltew Will Meet in CfclmKO on
the tth of Neit Month
New York, July 9. Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt s new third party chose Sunday
as the day for giving to the press of
the nation, to be proclaimed on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, the call to arms of the new party,
which, it would appear, is to be call called
ed called "The National Progressive Repub Republican
lican Republican Party."
The convention Is to meet at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago on August 5. and the representa representation
tion representation from each state caring to send
delegates will be equal to the number
of senators and representatives from
such slates. In other words, one-half
of the number that has attended other
national conventions. Each state is in invited
vited invited t send delegates, but as there
is as yet no party machinery, such
states will have to provide their own
n;ethod of electing delegates.
HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN
A Lincoln. Neb., girl writes. "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I
was able to be up and get better right
along. I am the proudest girl In Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to find such a good medicine."
For sale by all druggists.

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Owing to the contractors, who have
the contract for remodeling the store
building not being able to commence
work until Monday, July 13th, the big
sale that has been going on for the
last ten days will be continued through
the week ending July 15th. Bargains
will be better than ever, as the stock
must be reduced to a lower point than
it now is.
HOWE'S NEW nrsiEss
Mr. S. E. Row is building a new
market and cold storage building on
North Magnolia street. As soon as the
new market ordinance is passed he
will open a first class market there.
He is putting in a small cold storage
plan: that will take care of a dozen
beef carcases at least at one time.
This cold storage is put In under the
new system, which after the Ice com
partment is once filled with ice, the
plant will do the rest and keep It cold
at an even temperature indefinitely.
BASEBALL GOODS
My line of baseball goods is the
most complete to be found anywhere,
and I can fit up a club with the whole
outfit balls, bats, masks, gloves, shoes
and mits, etc. Why pay more? B.
Goldman's Fawn Shop.
TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, ETC.
When you are thinking of your sum
mer trip, remember that I have the
largest line of trunks, suit cases, hand
bags, etc., in Central Florida to select
from. I guarantee to save you money
and will makeyou liberal allowance
on your old one. I sell more of these
goods than any house In Central Flor
ida. There's a reason. Why pay more?
B. Goldman's Fawn Shop.
MAIL CARRIERS WILL FLY
This is an age of great discoveries
Progress rides on the air. Soon we may
see Uncle Sam's mail carriers flying In
all directions, transporting mail. Peo
ple take a wonderful Interest in a dis
covery that benefits them. That's
why Dr. King's New Discovery for
coughs, colds and other throat and
lung diseases Is the most popular
medicine In America. "It cured me of
a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. F,
Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., "after
doctor's treatment 'and all other rem remedies
edies remedies had failed." For coughs, colds
or any bronchial affection its unequal-
ed. Price 50c and $1. Trial bottle
free at Tydings & Company.
JEWELRY
I want to call your attention to the
fact that I carry a full line of jewelry
In solid gold and gold filled, and
guarantee every article I sell to be
just as represented, or your money re
funded. Why pay more? B. Goldman's
Pawn Shop.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES
Among my unredeemed pledges. I
have watches of all standard makes
guns, revolvers and ammunition of ev
ery description. If you have any am
munition you want to get rid of I will
buy it either on exchange or for cash.
Why pay more? B. Goldman's Pawn
Shop.
THE CHOICE OF A IIUSBAND
is too important a matter for a woman
to be handicapped by weakness, bad
blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill kill-hopes
hopes kill-hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.
New strength, fine complexion, pure
breath, cheerful spirits things that
win men follow their use. Easy, 6afe,
sure. 23c at Tydings & Company.
GEORGIA BANKER
WANTED IN
GAINESVILLE
Savannah, Ga., July 9. At the re request
quest request of the authorities of Gainesville,
Fla., J. B. Smith,, former president of
the Merchants and Farmers Bank of
Claxton, Ga., is under arrest here and
is being held for the Florida author authorities.
ities. authorities. It is stated that Smith is want wanted
ed wanted in Gainesville for obtaining money
under false pretenses. He claims to
be ignorant of the grounds on which
the charges are based.
The charges against Smith are
brought by C. A. Faircloth, vice pres president
ident president of the Gainesville bank and re relate
late relate to a loan of $2,300 which Smith
secured from him on bank collateral.
NOBODY SPARED
Kidney Trouble Attack Oeala Mea
and Women, Old and Yonng
Kidney Ills seize young and old
Come quickly with little warning.
Children suffer in their early years
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls are languid, nervous, suffer
pain.
Women worry, can't do daily work.
Men have lame and aching backs.
The cure for man, woman or child
Is to cure the cause the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick
kidneys
Have brought relief to Ocala people.
Ocala testimony proves It.
O. C. Tigner, salesman, 29 Tusca Tusca-wllla
wllla Tusca-wllla St., Ocala, Fla.. says: "I am con confident
fident confident that Doan's Kidney nils are a
remedy of merit for the purposes for
which their use is Intended. One of
the younger members of my family
had a kidney weakness and Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from Tydings
& Co's. drugstore were used. The
great benefit they brought warrants
me In recommending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE
All new stock, new building, good lo location.
cation. location. IL A. Kramer.
FOR SALE One team or norses and
wagon. Apply to the Wood mar Sand
& Stone Company.
The greatest enemy of childhood is
the tape worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constitution. The great greatest
est greatest enemy of Intestinal worms is
WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
removes the worms and helps the child
back to strength, vigor and cheerful cheerfulness.
ness. cheerfulness. Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
The Home Mission Board of the
Southern Baptist Convention in ses session
sion session in Atlanta last week made plans
to raise a million dollars for the de denomination's
nomination's denomination's church building fund.
Right in your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
lose several days' time, unless you
have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a
dose on the first appearance of the
disease. For sale by all dealers.

PLINY the Elder says: "It is a maxim universally
agreed upon in agrit ulture that nothing must be
done too late; and again that everything must be
done in its proper season; while there is a third pre precept,
cept, precept, which reminds us that opportunities lost can
never be regained."
The above is true in agriculture, but it is different
in our day of commercialism, for one opportunity fol follows
lows follows fast upon the heels of another. The successful
man is ready to meet them when they come.
Years ago, perhaps, he started in a small way; by
his thrift and economy, he added to his bank balance;
by his honesty and integrity, year by year, he added
to his reputation and credit, which after all is the
foundation for business success.
It is never too late to start a bank account; it will
help you take advantage of opportunities.
The Miinroc & Chambliss Barfi

OCALA,

When You Can't Find It Anywhere Else.
This remark is made in our store most every day by
PEOPLE WHO KNOW. Some new goods Just in:
Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Camambert, Chester, Brie, Parme Parmesan,
san, Parmesan, Llmburger, Peck's Club Chedder, Swiss Cheese, Club-Cheese
in medium and large jars, Pimento, Welsh Rabbit, Sap Sago,
Edam. Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every ten days.
Liver Sausage with Truffles. Puree de Fois Gras for Sandwiches.
Pate de Fois Gras with Truffles. Sardines in Glass. Truffles.
Anchovy and Bloater Paste. Game Paste in Tubes. Puree of Came
in Tins. Caviar. Sardellen. Ring Anchovies. Capers. DunJee
Jame and Marmalade. Brands' A-l Sause. Onion Salt.
GRECIAN' FULL GROWN RIPE BLACK OLIVES, preserved tn
Pure Olive Oil and Wine Vinegar. Black Olives are more nutri nutritious
tious nutritious and: delicious than ordinary green olives, because rH they are
full grown, ripe "and have gathered the beneficial elements and
properties of their entire growth. 25c. a bottle. Order today.'
ABSOLUTELY PURE FILTERED JUICE OF LEMONS. Ready
for use and cheaper than lemons, in bottles, 10c. and 25c
KXORR'S BOUILLON' CUBES. Perfection for Picnics, Fishing
Trips and Home Use. Place the cube in a breakfast cup and add
boiling water. Stir and you have a cup of excellent, Invigorating
beef tea. 3c. a cube.
KXORR'S SOUP IX TUBES. Sufficient for five plates. Nothing
but water required or preparation, Ready In a few minutes. 10c.
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S PREPARED COFFEE. Made in the
cup. -Boil your water,xand the coffee Is ready." Perfection for
Picnics, Fishing Trips and Home Use. 25 cups to the tin, 40c.
.. .. .
,
SUMMER BRINKS: Lemon Juice, Apple Juice, Carbonated Ap Apple
ple Apple Juice, Pineapple Juice, Grape Juice, Boiled Cider, Fruit'
Syrups
o EL capil (Gry

PHONES
Ocala,

should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver-
ware in your home leaves an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after all other :
impressions fade. We invite you to" look to today
day today over our specially selected stock of the
latest designs in beautiful silverware.
Ao Eo MJlWi
,
THE JEWELER

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OCALA EVKTEItf WtAR, TTJESDAI JULY 9, 1912,

WHY YOU SHOULD BANK WITH

The Coraimercial Bank

OF OCALA

First t Its shareholders are all home

men and farmers. Their Interests and yours are mutual. The bank's profits

remain right here In the community for

ounty.
OIK CERTIFICATES-BEAR FOUR PER CEXT INTEREST
eaao"i Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no

part In Its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which

make for soundness and satisfactory
ASK
YOUR

When he writes your prescription and you ask him if there
Is any preference in filling
DE SAYS
Take it to THE COURT PHARMACY, of course
BECAUSE
The Drugs are Pure and Fresh
The Utmost Care is Taken
They are Delivered Immediately

Pnre DrugsCarefully Compounded No Substitution
THE COURT PHARMACY,
The Drug Store on the Square.

F. K McCLANE, M. D.
i
Specialist in Clinic Diseases

THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE

Ocala.
Office, 333.
pr. McClano's Residence, 407.
pr. Stewart's Residence, 52.

Notei Call made by aperlal appointment.

titt 7 p. m. each day.
Srm.Jrr-"$ made from the
Grapefruit with pure syrup to

k Jwm1w Makes You rret Pi
ft. ff the Summer's Heat M
iU XfZ? Lift . TjI mrri twrr PTTPrcmMfi SJI

no coloring maiter, jusi me pure iruu junc wwi u n
natural goodness.
IF YOU ARE TEELING TAGGED
TRY "GRA-rRU-

K
'OLD HOMESTEAD IS
THE MOUNTAINS
Low rates to early visitors. J. P.
Johnson. IIendersonville, N. C. Route 6.
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENCJIMKETt,
DRAUGHTSMAN
. AXD CONTRACTOR
Accurate ttulldlng Plant. Blue Print!
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
gade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Northweat Corner Oeala House filoek
OCALA FLORIDA
Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN REVULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A posit 70 boon to
MIDDLE AOED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Davis, 627 Washington St., ConnersTill
ad., is in his Kith year, lie writes ns : "I faav
ttely suffered much from my hidnevs and blad bladder
der bladder I had severs backaches and my kidney action
was too frequent, causing- ma to lose much Bleep
at night, end in my blander there was const t
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pill for eome time,
and an now free of all tronbla and a rain able to
be up and aronnd. Foley Kidaey Puis nave my
atf&est f eoota menfla tmn.

Boli by the Aatl-MoaojjaUr Drvater j

people, business men. professional

the upbuilding of our town and
bank service.

umrrriitlJlJmtlt

DOCTOR!
A
E. L. STEWART. M. D.
Specialist In Diseases of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Lungs
Florida
OFFICE:
Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Corner of Public Square
Special Genlto Urinary Cllnle
1
juice of Florida's choicest
sweeten. No chemicals-
MaaafarterrJ Eacfcisivrtr tr
THE GRA-rRU COMPANY
Arcadia, fla U. S. A.
DIl.
LIVINGSTON'S
ROOT AND HF.nn TEA
Tbe Cirrat Illood ParMer and Nerve
Tonic, for IthrnmatUm, Kidney and
Illadder Trouble Price GOc.
Dr. LIvlnKMtoa'a Dlapepclne Powder,
for ladlarentlon and Stomach Trou Trouble
ble Trouble Price 5 Ceata
Dr. MvlaKton'M Golden Catarrh Halm,
for latarra or lae iieaa,
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price .V) Cent
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR NO PAY
Tbee Remedlea Can Atwaya be Found
at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.
FIRST-CLASS OFFICK
MAN WANTS POSITION
Any one wishing the services of a
skilled office man. quick and accurate
with fleures. writes excellent hand.
can secure name and address by apply-
? it star office.
A. XL Nason. farming near Canaan,
xf t,i.iiv rriTmleil with sciatic
rheumatism due he says to uric acid in
hia blood. "Foley Kidney Pills entire-
ly cured me and also removed numer-
ous black snecks that were continually
before my eyes." Foley Kidney Tills

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are a uric acid solvent and are effect- a months visit with rrienJs an.l rela rela-ive
ive rela-ive for the various forms of rheuma- tives In Indiana, South Carolina and

tism. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
S1IOF.S
I have on hand eight hundred pairs
of men's shoes all leathers ana an
styles $4 values for $2.50 Why pay
more? B. Goldman's Tawn Shop.
croffni Hah! need the comforting
ffWt of M'GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It
ouiets feverlshness, corrects sour
stomach, cures colic pains and checks
diarrhoea. It Is a perfectly safe and
rot.nio.nma Torr-.o.Av fonta.ininT no
nniitm. momhtnev or Injurious drusr of
irtnA rrrn and EOo. ner bot
tie. Sold by all druggists.

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UUULIl UUUUIU1LI1ULU

Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
School books at the Ocala News Co.
Dr. A. L. Blaloek, payalelaa, affiee
home 132.
Mr. Charles Cullen went to Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon this morning on Sunnyjim.
The Ocala News Company has school
books in stock.
Mr. C. J. Phillips went to Istachatta
today on Sunnyjim.
Mr. Tom Dekle went up to High
Springs on a business trip yesterday.
Mr. K. E. Converse Is enjoying him himself
self himself in Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Maddox left
this morning for a visit to Alabama.
Miss Ottie Gray of Starke is the
guest of the Misses Liddon.
Mr. J. W. Crosby of Chicora is visit visiting
ing visiting his Ocala friends.
Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the
best that's made, at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. The Presbyterian sewing circle met
with Mrs. V. II. Dodge Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Chas. L Fox is helping the
clerks in the Postoffice Drugstore this
week.
Mr. J. J. Kichline left this morning
for another business visit to North
Carolina.
Is It stationery you want? Then go
to the Court Pharmacy, for they have
it.
The Florida Central Land Company
i now has a snug office on the south side
of Tex Martin's big book store.
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.
Mr. Gist. Jr.. of Mcintosh, Is In the
city, a guest of the Arms House. He
is summoned on jury duty.
WANTED Black Minorca chickens.
Apply to Mrs. J. W. Widner, Leesburg,
Fla.. box 26.
Mr. W. K. ZewadskI went to Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville on professional business this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The 'Atlantic Coast Line depot at
Dade City was burned yesterday with
a considerable quantity of freight.
A new supply of hair brushes Just In
at the Court Pharmacy. We Invite
your Inspection before you buy.
A marriage license was Issued this
morning to Mr. W. R. Alderman and
Miss Gertrude Marsh.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Mr. E. P. Rentz returned yesterday
from Seabreeze, where he spent Sun
day with his family.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane left for
Port Inglis in their car yesterday.
They expect to be gone several days.
Miss Berniee Knox of Micanopy,
who has been the guest of Miss Louise
Sanders, returned home today.
Mr. A. F. Clark, a
new comer to
new home for
Ocala, is building a
himself in the city.
When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Glrard, No. II
East Duval street. Just off Main. Best
75c. room In the city.
.
Dr. Montgomery's chauffeur, trying
to take the doctors car home last
evening, upset it on the Kendrick road
some miles from town.
You get prompt and accurate pre
scription service at the Court Phar
macy. Instruct your physician to
leave your next one with them.
Mr. Tom Pasteur, the clever young
teller of the Ocala National Bank, is
at his father's home at Stanton, recov
ering from a severe cold.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula If you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.
Mrs. S. S. Duval and son. Charles
have gone to Bridge-port. Conn., to
spend some time with Mrs. Duval's
sister who Is quite 111.
Keep a smile on your face during
this wet weather by usinj? Dike'"
Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm-
1 y
Mrs. Geo. C. Looney entertained the
Methodist sewing circle Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. She was assisted by her daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Misses Lois and Eunice Ellis.
Men Our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta Ga. 6-6-6t
Mrs. L. T. Izlar left this morning for
Dlackwell. X. C, where she will visit
relatives for a few weeks, after which
she win visit otner points tn tne state
I WANTED to repair, upholster or
refinlsh your furniture. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co.. at
McAteer's shop.
Miss Beulah Hall has returned from
Georgia
Sheriff Galloway received inrorma
tion today that one negro had killed
another near Starke's Ferry presum
aoiy in LaKe county
1 The Court Pharmacy Is on the Job.
Let them know your wants by tele
Inhone and then your trouble ends.
Phone 284
We take pride In our prescription
department and It Is our earnest desire
to ctve you Just what your aoctor
I wants you to have. In the purest and
1 freshest drags obtainable. Send or
I phone the court rnarmacy.

BOARD OP TRADE

The next board of trade meeting
will be held at the courthouse Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening. July 17, at 8 o'clock.
A FIE DISPLAY OF CORX
There is on display, standing on
either side of the entrance to the
Commercial Bank, several large stalks
of corn, carrying heavy ears of well
matured grain. This corn was grown
by Mr. DuhL in the prosperous Shady
Grove section, on average good mixed
Land. Corn. lot3 of corn and more corn
is what Marion county needs. Dr. J.
C. Boozer, the president of the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank, has done more than
most men in the county to promote
the growing of more and better corn
in our county. If our farmers would
plant less melons and cantaloupes
and beans and more corn they would
be better oft by far. following this
method year after year.
POPILAR LADY CONTEST
Starting Tuesday night, every per person,
son, person, man. woman or child, purchasing
a ticket at the Ideal Theater will be
given a coupon good for ten votes- in
the contest to decide who is Ocala's
most popular young lady. The contest
will close July 31st and three of
Ocala's most prominent men will act
as Judges. The three prizes, first, sec second
ond second and third, can be seen in Bur Burnett's
nett's Burnett's window. A slide will be run
each Tuesday night showing how the
contestants stand.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and Merrls will
will leave on the early morning A. C.
L. train tomorrow for their summer
outing. They will go via New York,
probably stopping a few days in that
city, to the White Mountains of New New-Hampshire,
Hampshire, New-Hampshire, where they will remain for
some time. Later on they will go to
Martha's Vineyard for a while. They
will visit other places in Massachusetts
and Maine, before returning home and
will stop in New York in the late fall
on their way home to see some grand
opera.
Mrs. R. S. Hall had a very pretty
little revolver, which she prized high highly
ly highly as a gift from Mr. Hall, and was
much worried to find It missing some
weeks ago. On arresting a. negro re recently,
cently, recently, Policeman Frank Hall found
the gun on him, but could obtain no
explanation of how he came to have it.
Mr. Emmett Robinson obtained the re revolver
volver revolver from the city authorities and
returned It to Mr. Hall.
The Star doesn't know whether It Is
a sign of good luck of not. but quite
a number of old horseshoes have been
seen on the streets recently.
The K. of P. are doing much work
now. At last night's meeting. Messrs.
C. B. Strickland and J. W. Aiken were
each given the second degree. Mr. E. I
L Stapp was given the third and ad-1
mitted to full membership. I
Mrs. E. Van Hood and Miss Marguer- j
Ite Porter and Miss Irma Brigance
returned home yesterday from Lake
City, where they attended the B. Y. P.
U. encampment. They report the meet-I
Ing a great success.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton will leave in a I
few days for Philadelphia, where she
wlll take her little daughter, Marjorle, I

and leave her with relatives for theltion and the armament he always

summer. Mrs. Eagleton will return In I
two weeks but later will spend some I
time in Philadelphia.
Mr. Charles R. Tydings has a fine
revolver one of the entirely reliable I
Colt's .45s that have cut such a large
figure on the frontier. He has allow
ed it to repose in nis Dureau arawer
these many years in innocuous desue
tude, but brought it out the other day
anu lurneu 11 over 10 wie jwnun
i a. ja t a. a. a i r : I
Hardware Company to have It bright-
ened up and blued. In view or the
recent raids on our city by a resident
of another county, it might not be a
bad idea to have all the shooting Irons
in town put in good shape.
In these days of high cost of living.
a medicine that gets a man up out of
bed and able to work in a few days Is
a valuable and welcome remedy. John
, T 1- lll.VI T 1 v..a 1-1,3
jiea.ui, jiiuiiigiiu xitt i a i., nau muucjt
ana Diaaaer trouoie, was connnea to
his bed, unable to turn without help.
"I commenced using Foley Kidney
Pills and can truly say I was relieved
at once." Ills example is worth fol
lowing. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug
store.
The alligator whl'ch was captured
at the electric light plant has escap-
ed. and is believed to be In the swamn
at the corner of South Fourth and
Second and South Magnolia streets.
back of the city market. As he was
about three feet long and rapidly
growing, his presence In the jungle
adds no little to
the danger of that
pest hole.
The new brick building. Just over
the city limits at North Sfagnolia
street, which .Slessrs. Slunroe & Cham
bliss are having built. Is nearing com
pletlon.
The floor in the large brick store
building occupied by Sir. Ollie Slordls.
on North Slagnolia street, is being
lowered to the sidewalk level by Sir.
Bash, the contractor. This store's
floor has heretofore been more than
two feet above the sidewalk level.
Sir. J. N. Wicker of Coleman is In
the city visiting his sister. Sirs. J. A.
Walters.
Never leave home on a Journey with-
out a bott'.e of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is
almost certain to be needed and can-
not be obtained when on board the
cars or steamships. For sale by all
dealers.
practice game of ball on the South
Magnolia diamond yesterday afternoon
and are enjoying themselves at Scott's
Spring today.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freely. It will remove the
soreness anil ouloklv restore the Darts
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
i i i
his car last evening. Running It ou
the Kendrick road, a short distance
ufuiiia anuirier car. mr i v uiciivn
a wagon which turned out for the
first car. and then turned In Just In
time to be hit by Sir. Jeff coat's car.
Not much harm was done. The Star
thinks It would pay people driving
carriages on the country roads at
night to carry lights, front and rear.
WANTED To get your auto top
work; made new or recovered; backs.
cushions, slip covers, hoods, etc. Satis
faction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top
Co.. at McAteer's shop.

ED
Owing to the contractors, who have
the contract for remodeling the store
building not being able to commence
work until Monday. July 15th, the big
sale that has been going on for the
last ten days will be continued through
the week ending July 12th. Bargains
will be better than ever, as the stock
must be reduced to a lower point than
it now is.
ATTRACTIVE FEITIRE AT
AIR DOME THIS EVEMXG
The big feature for tonight at the
Air Dome will be a reproduction of a
famous college play, "Brown of Har Harvard."
vard." Harvard." It Is a good one.
There will be an extra fine comic,
entitled. "Mother-in-Law Raises 1"
Big Bill Anderson will oe seen In a
thrilling western picture made by the
S. & A. Company, entitled. "The Loaf Loafer."
er." Loafer." The prizes will be given all of this
week, and the handsome watch will be
the main prize Saturday night, July
13th.
HONORS OCALV TOO MICH
WITH HIS ATTENTIONS
Dr. Lucius Montgomery" of Slica Slica-nopy
nopy Slica-nopy is again in our midst. Also in
the county jail.
The doctor came to town Sunday
night In his auto. He must have
thought he was invading Chihuahua
instead of Ocala, for he had at least
two. some pay four, guns hitched to
him or in his car. They were not toy
guns, either; but component parts of
a Buffalo Bill battery.
The doctor disported himself var variously
iously variously but comparatively harmlessly
from dewy morn till dusky eve. But
sometime after the curfew hour, he
wandered into Keatinjr'p. and after
hoi.stinsr in a. few mild snorters, began
to conduct himself worse than if he
bad been Carrie Nation.
His program would have been in
terrupted by the bartenders, but the
doctor drew a young saber that he had
been carrying up his sleeve, and this
being backed up by one .45 in sight.
and his reputation for carrying several
more, no one cared to interfere with
his performance, and he had things
his own way, until Sheriff Galloway,
who had been phoned for, arrived. Mr.
Galloway didn't wish to hurt the man,
so, despite his armament closed with
and disarmed him. and tried to take
him to Jail. But to do this, he had to
obtain assistance, which was forth-
COming from Louis Lang and Pollce-
man Hall Th thr trnno- mn
strong
had all they could do. hut finally land landed
ed landed Montgomery behind the bars.
Dr. Montgomery is a man of fine ed
ucation and much professional skill.
He is also, when in his right mind, of
winning personality, as is proven by
his large number of friends. His
various escapades lately, however.
would seem to indicate that he is de-
mented. The authorities have no right
to allow him to remain at large. He
has pulled oft enough misdemeanor
stunts in this city in the last two
weeks to put a poor white man or a
Inesro on the hard roads for a year. He
should either be severely punished or
sent to Chattahoochee. He seems to
have taken a fancy to Ocala as a the-
ater of his exploits, and his disposi-
totes makes him a public menace
There is no telling what time he is
Ioing to turn loose one of his guns.
or who will be his target. Iet those
responsible for him keep him out of
this town before he kills some in-
nocent person or is killed himself.
SEARCHES THE SCRIPTURES
Mr. T. J. Sistrunk of Berlin was in
the city today. Nineteen years ago
this summer, the writer sold Mr. Sis
trunk a Bible, and on reminding him
0f it was told that Mr. S had worn
out that one and two more in the in intervening
tervening intervening years. Mr. Sistrunk looks
as hale and hearty as he did in '93.
COTTAGES FfVIt RENT
Two five room cottages for rent;
now arwl well lrtfitil Ant.lv tn V V
I It'-'
i t-j!.-
SCHOOL BOOKS AT MARTIN'S
The Ocala News Co., G W. Martin.
proprietor, has a large supply of coun
ty schools books on hand.
For summer diarrhoea in children al
ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil.
and a sPeedy cure 13 certain. For
saie au ueaiers.
Sir. R. O. Connor went to DuTinel
Ion this morning in the interest of his
companj. me
International Harvester
company.
FOR SALE A five-passenger Hud
son touring car in good running order
Price way down for quick sale. Apply
I J. H. Smith. P. O. Box 33. 7--6t
CASH PRICES
FOR THIS WEEK
Lord de la Ware Tomato Soup
(regular 10c size) per can 6c
Diamond 'C" Ham per lb 17 l-2c
Star 11am ner nonnd 18c
I m
Large DUCKd LOUOItlie . Zl.iV
. nn n.
Best Creamery DUller per ID. 3jC
il. tK Dnffai 1 Mi
' lua 1UU uulltl ",,vw
Ifpdinm Rnrkfl f nllnlpnt 50c
IMMM W W M Ul a isvv
3 pkgs. Jello and Ice Cream
powder --c
3 pkgs. Upton's Jelly Tablets 25c
3 Sunbeam Corn Flakes ... 22c
3 cans 5c Gold Evaporated
Milk.
10c
25c
J Dutch ClCSDSer
I m. a, 41 n
25c
3 van camps nommy
,t No. 3 Size Tomatoes 12c
JJ 1-2 IbS. Granulated SUgaT
for .-$1.00
Old Country Blend Tea, lb. 50c
5 Gallons Oil ... 60c
Pkg. Hecker's Oatmeal 10c
Fnll Cream Cbeese per lb... 20c
(Mfl-TROHaS CO.
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CAR

Ill

A FIRM

on (he business world is comparatively ecsj if yea Ci
business through
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK.
Our depositors have learned the advantages ol payba
bills by check through onr bank, as well as lie lice d
labor that can be saved by this modern method.
Call and talk to us.
CAPITAL. FULLT PAID Cf WTJ
H. D. 8TOKE3. Cashier.
JNO. I EDWARDS, Pr. CLARENCE CAHP. Vie. Pre.

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STor: looks
Is that a train coming? No that's
the audience at the Ideal Theater
laughing at the funniest of all funny
pictures. "Their First Kidnapping
Case." a story of two amateur detec detectives
tives detectives who try to solve a mystery.
"Driftwood," a comedy-drama de depicting
picting depicting life among the slumsl
Tonights big feature, 'A Victim of
Circumstance." The scene of this
thrilling picture Is a turpentine camp
here In Florida and the story Is well
told, one of the convicts playing the
leading part.
WEATHER. REPORT
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Partly cloudy; south wind.
Minimum temperature, 69 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 89 degrees.
Average, 73 degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Local showers tonight or
day.
Wednes-
STORK FOR RENT
A store for rent in the Ocala House
block. Apply at office of Ocala House.
THOUSANDS DYING
Every day from kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Why suffer death
when a $1 bottle, a sixty-day treat treatment
ment treatment of Hall's Texas Wonder. 'seldom
fails to cure? Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, SIo. Sold by all druggists.
SAWMILL AND TIMDER FOR SALE
One small 10M capacity, portable
sawmill complete and timber for sale.
Apply or write Nathan Slayo, Summer-
field, Fla.
WHAT MAKES A WOMAN t
One hundred and twenty pounds.
more or less, of bone and muscle don't
make a woman. Its a good foundation.
Put into It health and strength and she
may rule a kingdom. But that's Just
what Electric Bitters give her. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands bless them for overcoming
fainting and dizzy spells and for dis
pelling weakness, nervousness, back
ache and tired, listless, worn out feel-
Ine. "Electric bitters have done me a
world of good," writes Eliza Pool, De
pew, Okla., "and I thank you, with all
my heart, for making such a good
medicine.' Only 50c. Guaranteed by
Tydings & Company.
NOTICE FOR PAVING niDS
Notice is hereby given that on the
20th of August, A. D. 1812, the city
council of the city of Ocala, Slarion
county, Florida, will consider bids for
the paving with vltrifjed brick, that
portion of Fort King avenue. Jn the
city of Ocala, to-wit: Beginning with
the intersection of said avenue on the
west side of Slain street, running
thence east three thousand eight hun
dred and forty-one feet, containing ap approximately
proximately approximately eleven thousand nine
hundred and fifty square yards.
Said bids to be sealed and filed with
the clerk of the city of Ocala at least
five days prior to above named meet meet-ing
ing meet-ing of said council; said bids to be
made in accordance with specifications
for such pavinsr now on file at the
city clerk's office In Ocala, Florida.
The city council reserves the right
to reject any anil all bids euDmitiea.
J. D. Robertson, Slayor.
R. H, Carroll.
President of the City Council
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.
Are you Interested In paper ha
eooklnir? If o come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the ptckage.
Post Office Drug Store.
FOR RENT The Bell residence, 1S8
East Adams street; two-story, seven
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
city.
Do not leave any standing water
about your yard, particularly rain wa
ter hundreds and thousands of mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes are the result.
COXCORDia LODGE F. TJ. OF A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge'a Hall on the
second Thursday eveninc of each
nonth. Geo. I Taylor. F. at.
Chas. K. Sare. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. T. O. E.
Ocala Lodee No. 286. Benevolent and
rroteptlve Order of Elks, meets sec
ond and fourth Tuesday evenings m
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, is. K.
Joseph Bell. Secretary.
FORT KING CAMP SO 14.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
July lzth. at Yonge e nail.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodsre No. 699. Sfeets each
Thursday nlgbt In hall In Gary block.
O. F. Mershon, Dictator,
il L. Stapp. Secretary.

LISTEX

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GRASP
XOTICC TO MEMBERS OF
. THE OCALA nOARD OF TRADE
At the meeting of the board of
trade held June 19th It was decided to
change the dues from 912 annually to
S25, and the secretary be Instructed to
publish for thirty days.
R. C Muncaster, Secy.
OPE! DAT A!fD NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
NOTICE CITY TAX
Certificates for the unpaid city tax
for the year 1911 have been placed In
my hands for collection and every per person
son person who has not paid the tax on real
property within the city is hereby no
tified to call at my office at once and
pay the same and thereby save trouble
and additional costs.
Carlos L. Sistrunk, City Attorney.
shoes
I have on hand eight hundred pairs
of men's shoes all leather! and all
styles 14 values for $2.50 Why pay
more? B. Goldman's Pawn Shon.
RASEIIALL GOODS
My line of baseball goods la the
most complete to be found anywhere,
and I can fit up a club with the whole
outfit balls, bats, masks, gloves; shoes
and mlts. etc. Why pay more? B.
Goldman's Pawn Shop.
TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, ETC.
When you are thinking of your sum
mer trip, remember that I have the
largest line of trunks, suit cases, hand
bags, etc.. In Central Florida to select
from. I guarantee to save you money
and will make you liberal allowance
on your old one. I sell more of these
goods than any house In Central Flor
ida. There's a reason. Why pay more?
B. Goldman's Pawn Shop.
JEWELRY
I want to call your attention to the
fact that I carry a full line of jewelry
In solid gold and gold filled, and I
guarantee every article I sell to be
Just as represented, or your money re
funded. Why nay more? II. Goldman's
Pawn Shop.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES
Among my unredeemed pledges I
have watches of all standard makes,
guns, revolvers and ammunition of ev every
ery every description. If you have any am
munition you want to get rid of I will
buy it either on exchange or for cash.
Why pay more? B. Goldman' Pawn
Shop.
OPEN DAT AHD WIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C L depot cor
ner, steals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
COPIES OF THE SPECIAL EDITION
Those desiring copies of the big Il Illustrated
lustrated Illustrated special edition of the Star
can obtain same at the Star office or
the newsstands of the city at 10 cents
a copy, three for 25 cents. In 100 lots
or more 6 cents per copy.
A CARD TO THE MUSICAL
PUBLIC OF THE CITY
Sir. W. R. Smith and T. F. Kimball,
piano tuners and rebuilders. are In the
city for a few days. They come high highly
ly highly recommended. Sir. W. R. Smith Is
a fine tuner and carries everything
necessary to rebuild any piano or or organ.
gan. organ. Any one wanting first class
work will miss a good opportunity by
not having them to examine their
pianos. Their references are John A.
Cunningham. Jacksonville, Fla., Stein Stein-way
way Stein-way & Son. New York, and from the
leading musicians of the country.
Phone 133, Florida House and on of
these gentlemen will call and give you
an estimate on your piano. Examina Examination
tion Examination free.
'QtiauTY
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This is the market where QUALITY
is the predominating feature together
witn tbbA.-NUAMa ana KbJiDu.iA
BLE PRICES It Is the market where
you are sure of the best your money
will buy plus good, couorteous, prompt
service.
These bot days are the days that
prove the excellence of our refrigerat refrigerating
ing refrigerating equipment and our sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions will YOU prove them to
YOUR OWN satisfaction by trying us?
PHONE 108.
W. H. MARSH Fraprleter.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for tbe money than any otber
contractor la Uie dtz.

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OOAUL EVtlSlSQ STAIt, TUESDAY, JtXY 9, 1812.

A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
ESTABLISHMENT
Following arc just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Cattled in otr Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Famishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Iloll Mid Flat Top IVesks, Typewriter Desks, Stwioprapher's
Desk!. Office Chain, Stools. Sofa, Etc
For the Dining Ro om
Handsome Round or Square Extension Table, Dining Chains
Rag, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, IJoufTets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Oliafrs, Straight
Racked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rags and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Reantiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Reautiful Iron and Rrass Red in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers ad
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
In Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept.
Ruggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Matting, Etc., In the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

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ance. On motion of Commissioner
Petteway it was ordered that war warrant
rant warrant be drawn in favor of Nelson
Xowell for $3 per month, warrant to
be mailed or delivered to M. C. Fa Fa-lanx
lanx Fa-lanx Letter by the Troy Vagon Works
Co., read and Sled.
Attorneys Hocker &. Duval report-

I re ported that the fill on either side of ulwu

the Stark's Ferry road was in bad "' 1U1 ..iw

shape and needed attention.
Mr. J. M. Meffert appeared relative

to the openin? up of the Old Town :

and Old Wire road or the road con

Liht, J. W. Wallace and R. H. Scott
were appointed as commissioners to
: v--. mark and lay out the road, with
! W. A. Moorhead as surveyor, and
; make report as early as possible,
i Mr. C. J. McCraney appeared and

nectin?: these two roads.

Realty and Investment Co., it was or ordered
dered ordered that quit claim deed be execut-

jed covering lots 2 and 3, block C9. O.

S., Ocala.
Communication by W. V. Knott,

Mr. J. M. Meffert appeared relative comptroller, as fallows:

iaiianacsee, t La.., June iyi-.
To the Tax Assessors of the Several
Counties of the State of Florida:
Gentlemen You are hereby notified
that tee state tax rate for me year
nineteen hundred and twelve (1912).
has been fixed at seven and one-half
T 1 i mills upon each one dollar of
valuation, as follows:
General revenue tax, 2 mills; state

J. D Chalker appeared relative scnooi tax, i mm; board or neaitn

T)lff t ti A. 2 mill, UCUMUU ttli., 1 UUUS. A V

to the Reddick and Lowell road, and
reported that this road was in bad
shape and needed repairs. On motion
of Commissioner Carmichael it was
ordered that the board go as soon as
practical and look over this road to
ascertain what is necessary to pu.
road in shape.

Mr

to the opening of the Moss

bridge, and asked instructions rela relative
tive relative to the opening of the bridge, for
river craft and the necessary signals
to be given to him as tender of bridge
to open same; which was given.
Mr. D. B. Barco appeared relative

to the corner at fair grounds being
a dangerous place for autos, etc.
Matter was referred to Commissioner
Carmichael to confer with the Fair
Association and have cut off made
to corner so as to eliminate the danger.

Mr. Ron appeared relative to the
board of county commissioners build building
ing building hard road through the town of
Reddick. On motion of Cimmissioner
Carmichael it das ordered that the
former order of this board to build
the hard road through Reddick be re-

tal state tax rate, mills.

Extend the state taxes on all real
and personal property in your county
accordingly.
Yours very truly,
W. V. KNOTT.
Comptroller.
Read and filed.
The board of county commission

ers, having determined the amount to
be raised for all county purposes, or

dered that the following levy be made

for the year 1912 on all real and per

sonal property in Marion county sub

ject to taxation for each fund, respect

ively, to-wit:
For county school purposes, 7 mills;

for general road purposes, 5 mills;

for county proper purposes, 1 mills;

for building fund, 3 mills; for county

indebtedness fund, 4 mills; for fine
and forfeiture fund, 1 mill. Total,

scinded, and that their pro rata of 1 21 mills.

Many people prefer oil cooking stoves for convenience sake.
They also say that oil stoves of the best grade the only kind
that we sell are cheaper and healthier than gas or coal stoves.
We cater to all tastes. If you want an oil cooking stove that is
absolutely guaranteed to be the best of its kind you will find it
at this store. A well selected, rather than a big stock, is car carried
ried carried Come in--we have what you want. Here also is the finest
picked stock of kitchen and general hardware in the county. It
was bought to suit the needs of the district your needs. Come
and see it we have what you want.
Mlaploo Mapcivape Co.
Ocala; Florida

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your

PI 1 flfWlRIKI

U Ua Visa? U V U

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
At w employ hot expert ne are In pooltlon to rcnarnntee ev every
ery every plee of work we eoantrnrt to Mand tbe Impaction of the mimi
riarttl tBpe'tor. It eota nothing? to net our flsuren, and yon are the
winner, whether we aeeure the rontrnrl or not. Give us a trial.
HE. W. TUCKER

FORT KING BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st

Wnimallsoir mote'

Jacksonville, Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest' Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

the road tax be paid to the town of
Reddick.
Mr. J. W. Davis appeared and ask asked
ed asked the board to rescind the action of
last meeting requiring the citizens of
district S to place on deposit $30 to
defray expenses of election in that

district. On motion of Commissioner

Proctor the request was granted, and

on motion a $lf deposit was required.

S. E. Civils appeared and asked the
recommendation of the boarl to the
comptroller to be allowed to redeem
the outstanding tax certificates on
seU of nwi, sec 21, tp 13, s, r 22, e,
at face value of certificates and omit omitted
ted omitted years' taxes without interest. On
motion of Commissioner Henderson
request was granted.
Catalogue by Buffalo Pitts Co., re received
ceived received and filed.
Catalogue by Champion Supply Co.,
received and filed.
Catalogue by American Road Ma Machine
chine Machine Co., received and filed.
Catalogue by the International Har Harvester
vester Harvester Co. of America received and
filed.
Petition by J. T. Ross et al as fol follows:
lows: follows: We. the undersigned citizens.

rax papers and petitioners, hereto pe petition
tition petition your honorable body to grant

and open up a public road 30 feet

wide, beginning at a point where the
section line between sections 17 and
20 intersects the Ocala and Stokes
Ferry road, and running west along
said section line to sections IS and
19, crossing the Strickland, Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon and Stokes Ferry road, and con continuing
tinuing continuing west for a half mile to the
Cedar Grove church property, which
is located in the corner of the se4
of sei of swV'4 of sec IS, tp 17, s, r 20,
e and terminate; the entire distance

being only about five-eighths of a
mile. There being no public road
nearer our church than the Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, Dunnellon and Stokes Ferry
road, and the land owners anticipat anticipating
ing anticipating fencing all the land thereabouts,
without the road herein petitioned for
we will have no outlet to and from
our church. The land through which
this road will go belongs to Messrs.
J. T. Ross, R. D. Stokes and S. W.
Petteway, and we hereto attach a let letter
ter letter from these gentlemen giving their
permission for the road; hence we
ask you to legally proceed to estab establish
lish establish this road 'for us at once and great greatly
ly greatly oblige us as petitioners, this 6th
day of June, A. D., 1912. Read and
on motion of Commissioner Petteway
was granted, and road ordered opened
up.
Xo complaint having been filed
against Maurice Strauss doing busi business
ness business as Strauss & Co., on motion of

Commissioner Carmichael license

was ordered issued to Strauss & Co.
On motion of Commissioner Proctor
it was ordered that the petition for
road from Summerfield avenue to
Dunnellon hard road be received as
first presented, and road ordered
opened up.
Catalogue by the Bates Traction
Co., received and filed.
Catalogue and circular by the Gei Gei-ser
ser Gei-ser Mfg. Co., received and filed.
Bonds for license to carry pistol
by V. E. Teuten. R. R. Hampton, R.
A. Ellison and Willie Dreher read
and approved.
Bonds for license to carry rifle by
S. .1. Fort and Thomas H. Barber read
and approved.
On motion board adjourned at 12
in., for dinner, to nvet again at l:"n
p. m.
Wednesday Afternoon
Board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment with all members present.
Bill by Dr. Percy F. Lisk for $$, ac ac-county
county ac-county of autopsy, etc.. on body of
Wheeler Avery, read and referred to
Attorneys Hocker & Duval, who re reported
ported reported that there was no authority in
the law for the payment of the bill,
etc.. which was received and filed.
H. McQuaig. inspector of marks and
brands for district Xo. 13. filed re report.
port. report. M. C. Falana appeared in behalf
of Nelson Xowell and asked assist-

The board of public instruction for
Marion county, Florida, filed estimate
of expenditures for school purposes
for school year 1912 and 1913, as fol follows:
lows: follows: s
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners for Marion County:
We, the board of public instruction
of Marion county, Florida, respectful respectfully
ly respectfully request that there be a levy of sev seven
en seven mills upon all the taxable property
of Marion county for school purposes
for the ensuing school year of 1912
and 1913. We also submit the follow following
ing following estimate of probable necessary
expenditures for the coming year:
Disbursements
Salaries of teachers $11,000.00
Expense of school board.. 1,500.00
Postage C3.00
Interest C00.00
Stationery and printing 175.00
Office expenses 400.O0
Treasurer's commissions 900.00
Xew buildings 1,500.00
Furniture 800.00
Old warrants 1,000.00
Repairs l,v..UM
Miscellaneous C10.00

Total.

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Very respectfully,
Bd. Pub. Ins., of Marion Co., Fla.
Bv W. I). CARX. Cnairman.

.1. H. BRIXSOX. Secretary.
Read and filed.
The trustees of the special school
districts of Marion county, Florida,
numbered from one to thirty-six (ex (except
cept (except Xo. S) inclusive, and the bound boundaries
aries boundaries of each are hereinafter set
forth, with the submitted estimates,
showing the amount of money neces necessary
sary necessary and likely to be raised for the
supplement of the county school fund,
appropriated to the fund for the next
ensuing scholastic year, and having
certified to the rates of millage of

each to be assessed and collected up

on the taxable property with the sev several
eral several special sub school districts for
that year, the assessor is hereby in instructed
structed instructed to assess and the collector
to collect on the taxable property in
the said respective sub school dis districts
tricts districts as follows:
District 1 Ocala, 3 mills.
District 2 Mcintosh, 3 mills.
District 3 Belleview, 3 mills.
District 4 Fantville, 3 mills.
District 5 Dunnellon, 3 mills.
District 6 Reddick, 3 mills.
District T Pine Level, 3 mills.
District S
District 9 Weirsdale, 3 mills.
District 10 Citra, 3 mills.
District 11 Griner Farm, 3 mills.
District 12 Buck Pond.
District 13 Sparr, 3 mills.
District 14 Candler, 3 mills.
District 15 Fellowship, 3 mill3.
District 1C Electra, 3 mills.
District 17 Blitchton, 3 mills.
District IS Mattel. 2 mills.
District 19 Fort King. 3 mills.

District 20 Capulet, 3 mills.
District 21 Linadale, 3 mills.
District 22 Cotton Plant, 2 mills.
District 23 Orange Lake, 3 mills.
District 24 Oak Hill.

District 25 Moss Bluff, 3 mills.
District 26 Fairfield, 3 mills.
District 27 Cottage Hill. 3 mills.
District 2S Charter Oak, 3 mills.
District 29 Pedro. 3 mills.
District 30 Kendrick, 3 mills.
District 31 Oklawaha, 2 mills.
District 32 Heidtville, 2 mills.
District 33 Standard. 3 mills.
District 34 Fort McCoy, 3 mills.
District 35 Anthony, 2 mills.
District 30 Summerfield, 3 mills.
The same being the rate of mill mill-age
age mill-age designated by the board of trus trustees
tees trustees for said special school districts
respectively, and pay the same to the
county treasurer.
The names, numbers and bound boundaries
aries boundaries of the said special sub-school
district are as follows, to-wit:
(See list).
J. W. Davis appeared and asked
permission to withdraw petition by
Guy Equivilley et al. asking for an
election in election district Xo S, of
Marion county on July 30th. 1912, to
decide whether or not hogs shall be
allowed to run at large in election dis district
trict district Xo. S. On motion the request
was granted, and the order calling
for an election in election district Xo.

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is branded "ScMtz."

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8 on July 30th, 1912, be and is re rescinded.
scinded. rescinded. Mr. J. W. Davis appeared and pre presented
sented presented petition by Guy Equivilley et
al as follows: The undersigned regis registered
tered registered voters of election district Xo.
8 of Marion county, Florida, being
more than one-fourth of the register registered
ed registered voters of said district, hereby peti petition
tion petition your honorable body, pursuant
to section COOS of the acts of the leg legislature
islature legislature of 1909 to order an election
in said district to decide whether
hogs shall be allowed to run at large
in said district or not, and 4o require
the giving of notice by the clerk of
said board as required by the acts of
the legislature aforesaid, said elec election
tion election to be called for such time as the
honorable board shall deem expedi expedient
ent expedient and proper. Read and on motion
of Commissioner Proctor the follow following
ing following resolution, was adopted:
"Whereas, there- has been present presented
ed presented to this board a petition signed by
42 registered voters of election dis district
trict district Xo. S of Marion county, asking
the board to call an election under
the provision of chapter C003, acts of

1909, laws of Florida, to decide wheth whether
er whether hogs shall be permitted to run at
large in said district; therefore be it
"Resolved, That said petition be
and is hereby granted, and an election
to decide whether or not hogs shall

be allowed to run at large in election
district Xo. S of Marion county, be
held on August 13th, A. D., 1912, and
the clerk of this board is instructed
to give the required notice of said
election, and to have prepared ballots
therefor, and to take such other steps
as may be necessary for the holding
of said election, provided that the
petitioners, or someone acting for
them, deposit with said clerk the sum
of $10 on or before the loth day of
July for the purpose of defraying the
expenses of said election, and the
board hereby appoints A. D. Mitchell,
J. E. Branch and J. D. Proctor Inspect Inspectors,
ors, Inspectors, and Joe Davis clerk, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of holding said election."
Commissioner Crosby reported on
petition by J. C. Harrell et al, read at
the May 7th meeting, and on motion
of Commissioner Proctor, A. R. Grif Griffin,
fin, Griffin, J. B. Malloy and W. A. Priest
were appointed commissioners, and
W. A. Moorhead, surveyor, to view,
mark and lay out the most practical
route, and report same as early as
practical.
All bills approved and audited were
ordered paid.
Board thereupon adjourned until
next regular meeting.

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