The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 69.


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Ocala. Florida

Official Itrport of the ProreetllniE of
I be Hoard at the Angmt
' MectluK
Monday, August 12, 1&12, 10 a. m.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county, Florida, met ac according
cording according to adjournment in regular
session. Present: Hon. Y. J. Crosby,
chairman; C. Carmichat'., S. W. Pette Pette-way,
way, Pette-way, M. M. Proctor and V. T. Hen

derson, commissioners.

Minutes of the July meeting of the

board read and approved.

Mr. Lovell of Sparr appeared and

asked the recommendation of the

board to the comptroller that he be

allowed to purchase some tax certifi

cates at face value of certificates and
omitted years' taxes, without inter

est,. Mr. Lovell was informed that
the board could not take actiojt except
for redemption of tax certifiactes.

Mr. A. S. Iiurgess appeared relative

to claim of double assessment on per personal
sonal personal property. On motion of Com

missioner Carmichacl Mr. Burgess
was asked to present affidavit cover-

ng the ownership of stock in assess

ment, etc.

Messrs. L. S. Light, J. W. Wallace

and R. H. Scott, as commissioners, ap

peared and made report on petition
by D. B. Mathews et al. for public

roftd at Fairfield as follows: We rec recommend
ommend recommend the following route for said

road: Commencing at a point where
Ocala and Fleniington road intersects

with the quarter section line running

north and south in sec 1S-13-21, thence

south through the center of sections

8, 19, 30 and 31, In said township,
hence south 34. SO chains through the

center of section C-14-21 to the old

Flemington road, making a distance

of 3 3-4 miles and 13 chains. Read

and on motion of Commissioner Hen

derson was accepted, and road order

ed posted.

On motion of Commissioner Petto-

way clerk was instructed to make
bill for $5 against C. and J. Camp for

amount paid W. J. Waters for inspect

ing Blue Springs bridge, after being
torn up and built back by Camp Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Company.

The leaks in court house roof were

discussed, and on motion of Commis

sioner Henderson matter was re referred
ferred referred to Commissioner Carmichael.
with power to act.

C. K. Connor presented audit and

statement setting out in detail as to
number, date and to whom issued and
amount of each and eery warrant

outstanding, and composing the total

indebtedness of Marion county on

July 1, 1911, which was shown to be

as follows:

Co. school warrants

Co. proper warrants 1(1,901.12

on Works Co., Troy, Ohio, represent- HOARD OF ITRLIC INSTRUCTION

ed by H. Y. (lard: The Eagle Wagon

Works, Auburn, N. Y., represented by
Clias. A. Tremere. Opened, read and
filed for consideration during after afternoon
noon afternoon session.
Board adjourned until 1:30 p. m.
Monday Afternoon Session
Messrs. Albritton, Harp, Hall and
McDonald appeared relative to the
roads in the Fort McCoy, Eureka and
Daisy neighboi hoods.
R. B. Bullock, Esq., appeared and
asked the county to issue warrant to
cover judgment by circuit court,
Judge Wills, In favor of Louis Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, for costs expended by him in
case of state of Florida vs. Louis Wa Waterman.
terman. Waterman. Matter was referred to coun county
ty county attorneys for approval.
Mr. J. W. Ray appeared and com complained
plained complained of tax assessment on 5 miles
of log tram road, assessed at $1000,
showing this tram road was covered
in general mill assessment to Martel
Lumber Co. On motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Carmichael it was ordered that
this assessment of $100, account of
5 miles of tram road in district No
G be cancelled, account of being a
double assessment.
The representatives of tractor en engine
gine engine companies and tractor cars were
heard on their respective bids.
A. S. Burgess appeared and present presented
ed presented affidavit of improper assessment.
On motion of Commissioner Petteway
it was ordered that tax collector can cancel
cel cancel assessment against A. S. Burgess,
account 7 bead of stock, and report
same as error.
Bill of Ocala Telephone Company
for $.", account repairing line broken
by falling tree, on Lake Weir road,
read, and on motion of Commissioner
Carmichael was laid on the table.
John M. Graham, county treasurer,
filed his report of receipts, disburse disbursements
ments disbursements and balances for month of
Jul', 1912, showing:
School Fund

Inotrnrt urn for the Term of 1912-13,
ami Where They Will Teach

f 2 1.52:
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Road Fund

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should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silvei
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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.


Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November

WMdlsor nnoM
Jacksonville, Florida
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Kooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

Co. road warrants and Co.

road refund warrants... 71,191.49

Co. fine and forfeiture war

rants , ... , 1 ,3f7.24

Co. building warrants 14.o,i..;s

Total July 1, 1911 $111,1SS.11

Total cash on hand July 1, 1911
Acct. general school fund..,$ S.17
Acct. road fund 23.1
Act. fine & forfeiture fund.. 55.21
Acct. building fund 35.33
Acct. county proper fund 20.85-
Acct. sub-school fund 2.723.9
Making total of $2,SQ7.02
C. E. Connor also presented audit
and statement setting out in detail
as to number, date, to whom issued
and amount of each and every war warrant
rant warrant outstanding and composing the
total indebtedness of Marion county
on August 1, 1912, which was slfown

to be as follows:
Co. school warrants $
Co. proper warrants 2 1,23'.. 22

Co. road warrants, and Co.

road refund warrants.... 77,021.05

Co. fine and forfeiture war

rants 50S.SG
Co. building warrants, and
Co. refund building war-
rpnts 33.13C.S7
Total ind., Aug. 1. 1912 $
Total cash on hand Aug. 1, 19 1 2
Acct. general school fund $2,021. 3
Acct. road fund 0.14
Acct. fine and forfeiture fund 332.71
Acct. building fund 0.03
Acct. county proper fund 5.91

Acct. sub-school fund 4.4S4.29
Making total of $7,450.77
This report shows all warrants ac account
count account of construction and equipment
of court house, armory and coun v
steel bridges paid and cancelled, and
that the building warrants outstand outstanding
ing outstanding of $33.436. S7, represent the total

balance di'e on the construction and
equipment of the new county jail.

The bids for one tractor road en

gine and steel dump cars were opened

and read.
The companies bidding and repre represented
sented represented were as follows:
International Harvester Co., repre represented
sented represented by Mr. R. O. Connor and Mr.
Hay g; Humley Products Co., of La La-Porte,
Porte, La-Porte, Ind., represented by Mr. C. X.
Payne of Nashville, Tenn; Fairbanks Fairbanks-Mcrse.
Mcrse. Fairbanks-Mcrse. Co.. represented by Mr. R. E.
Scott; Malsby Co.. agents for the
Gelser Mfg. Co. of Waynesboro. Pa.,
represented by Mr. Wallace Bruce;
The Heer Engine Co., Portsmouth. O..
represented by Mr. Chas. A. Tremere:

The Minneapolis Steel and Machin Machinery
ery Machinery Co., Minneapolis. Minn.: Port Hu Huron
ron Huron Engine and Threser Co., Port
Huron. Mich.: Bates Tractor Co.,
Lansing, Mich.; Austin Bros.. Atlanta.

Ga.; Pioneer Gas Tractor Co., by A.
D. Coe, agent, Waycross. Ga.: Buffalo
Pitts Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Read and
filed for consideration during after afternoon
noon afternoon session.
Bids for wagons by The Troy Wag-

Balance $

County Proper Fund
Receipts $10S1.53
Disbursements 175.02
Balance $ 5.91
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Receipts $3213.05
Disbursements 29H.91
Balance : $ 332.71
Building Fund
Receipts $ 274.S7
Disbursements., 207.74
Balance $ 7.13
Sub-School Funds
Receipts $429.3 7
Disbursements 315.0S
Balance $44S4.29
TotaJ balances. $7157.27
Which was read and filed.

On motion assessment to J. C. Gri Gri-ner
ner Gri-ner was ordered reduced from $200

to $100.

On motion of Commissioner Carmi

chael k was ordered that the matter
of providing a voting booth for Moss
Bluff precinct. No. 10, be referred to
Commissioner Henderson, with pow

er to act.
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor it was ordered that the board ex expend
pend expend $5( to complete the road across

the cypress pond on the road from
Daisy to Ft. McCoy, provided the citi citizens
zens citizens interested in the road will make
up the balance of the expense or cost
of the road.
Card by S. E. Larkins, engineer
Dade county road roller, relative to

tractor engine read and filed.
Letter by W. V. Knott, comptroller,
saying he had been unable to locate
a special act of the legislature relat relating
ing relating to roads in Volusia county, read
and filed.
Scott Myers appeared and asked re relief
lief relief for Bob Myers, showing that Bob

Myers was incapable of supporting

himself, and that she was unable to

support him. On motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Henderson warrant for $3 per
month was ordered drawn in favor of

Scott Myers for relief of Bob Myers
On motion of Commissioner Hen

derson all persons having obtained or

are applying for licenses to carry pia

tols and rifles, are notified and warn

ed that said licenses are only good

for two years from issue of his or her

license, and where anyone is carryin

a pistol or rifle after two years from

his or her license is violating the law

On motion board adjourned until

Tuesday morning at S o'clock.
Tuesday Morning Session

The board met pursuant to adjourn

ment with all members present.
Notary public bond of G. W

Neville, with J. G. Baskia and R. H
Sanders as sureties, read and approv


Messrs. J. H. LaRue. C. H. Hall and

H. McQuaisr. commissioners under pe petition
tition petition by F. M. Harp et al for road

from Fort McCoy to Eureka, filed re

port as follows: We. the undersigned

commissioners appomtea o joui

honorable body to survey and mark
out a public road, leading from Fort
McCoy to Eureka, and straightening
up the river road from section 10-13-24
to a point iu section S-13-21, beg to re report
port report that we have gone over the
routes with Mr. Alex. Moorhead. coun county
ty county surveyor, commencing at the half
section line on the south line of sec
11-13-23. thence east along the sec-

Thursday, August 18, 1912.
The board met with all members
present anl actinsr.
The treasurer's report for the month
of July was presented and checked
over and found apparently correct. It
showed conditions as follows: Balance
from last month and receipts during
the month $4r.06.83: expenditures.
$1883.76. leaving balance in county
fund. $2621.01. There were district
balances as follows: Ocala. $11.13; Mc Mcintosh.
intosh. Mcintosh. $10.44; Eelleview, $124.34:

Fantville, ? 47.4 4; Dunnellon.
Reddick. $11.17; Tine Level.
Mayville, $37.35: "VWirsdale,
Citra. $17.67; Griner Farm.
Buck Tond. $422.81: Sparr.
Candler. $233.7.": Fellowship.
Klectra. $46.36; Dlitchton.
Martel. $69.13: Fort King.

Capulet. $162.22: Linadale, $23.r,l: Cot Cotton
ton Cotton riant. $445.68: Orange Lake,
$'32.06: Oak Hill. $13.7.",; Moss nun.
$14.37; Fairfield, $223.78; Cottage Hill,
$f.78: Charter Oak. $246.43; Tedro.
$3.26: Kendrick. $108.86; Oklawaha,
$4.43; Ileidtville. $431.29; Pleasant
Hill, $U:.34; Fort McCoy. $79.71. Total
district balances, $4 484.29.
The secretary reported drawing a
county warrant for $90 to use for the
benefit of the Pedro district as per au authority
thority authority of the board at preceding
meeting, the same to cover amount
due to district on county appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of last year and unused, warrants
No. 73 for $30 and the remainder of
$S.30 on No. 53 and the accrued inter interest
est interest on Nos. 72. 7 4. 73. 53, 57, 45.
amounting t $26 and a payment on
warrant No. 57 or $5.50. These were
warrants belonging to the T. K. Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur estate and held by the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank.
The settlement with the Ocala
school was taken up and It was found
that there had been about $900 saved
in the expense of the school from the
appropriation to which they were en entitled
titled entitled upon the average made of the
preceding term. It was agreed to
cancel district warrant No. 999 for
$00 held by the county board against
the district and to give credit for $400
on the last $500 due the county by the
district and draw adistrlct warrant
for $100 in favor of the county school

board in final settlement of the
amount due by the district to the
county on the money borrowed by the
county for the district to a'd In the

building of the Ocala primary school

The matter of checking up the poll
tax list of the tax collector was taK-

en up and the list as presented with

the stubs from which certificates were
issued, compared with the receipts as
shown by the treasurer's report, and
it was found to be correct to July 1,
The inatte'r of appointment of teach teachers
ers teachers was taken up and the following
appointments were made for the school
year 1912-13: Ocala High School de department,
partment, department, J. II. Workman, principal;
Miss Addie P.artlett. Miss Isabel Mays,
D. I Milne; grammar school depart department,
ment, department, eighth grade. Miss Cora Murray,

seventh grade. Miss Margaret Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, sixth grade. Miss Elizabeth Mi Mi-zelle.
zelle. Mi-zelle. fifth grade, Mrs. Bex Todd,
fourth grade. Mrs. H. S. Wesson as assisted
sisted assisted by Miss Emma Bartlett; pri primary
mary primary department, principal. Miss Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Stevens, third grade. Miss Fannie
Clark, second and first grades and as assistants,
sistants, assistants, unsupplied; Mcintosh, Miss
Catheryne Farrah, principal. Miss Ap

ple Ked litt. assistant; Belleview. A. B.
Connor, principal. Miss Louise Albert Albert-son,
son, Albert-son, assistant; Fantville. Miss Janie
Mae Perry; Dunnellon. J. II. Owens,
principal. Mrs. Eva Bassett. Miss Ma Mabel
bel Mabel Turner, Miss Alma Reaves, Miss
Pansy Souter: Reddick, Miss Shelton
Souter, principal. Miss Helen Johnson,
assistant: Pine Level. Miss Nellie Cly-

burn; Weirsdale, Miss Frances CJ.
Haile: Citra, Miss Jennie Payne, prin principal.
cipal. principal. Miss Callie Bickards. assistant:
Griner Farm. L P. Mercer: Buck Pond.

H. P.ethea: Sparr. K. C. Uoyd. prin

cipal. Miss Cora Simmons, assistant;
Candler. Miss Daisy Albertson; Fel

lowship. TI. P. Chambers, principal.

Miss Eleanor Secklnger. assistant:

Klectra. Miss Emily Halford; P.llteh-

ton. Miss Mary Campbell: Martel. un un-supplled:
supplled: un-supplled: Fort King. Miss Florence
Cork; Capulet. Miss Lettie Black; Lin

adale. unsupplied: Cotton Plant. Miss

Alta Beck: Orange Lake, Miss Madge

L Newman: Oak Hill, Miss Ola Sims;

Moss Bluff, unsupplied; Fairfield. E. H.
Miller, principal. Mrs. C. L, Thigpin.

assistant: Charter Oak. Miss Mary

Bentley: Pedro. W. H. Morgan, prin principal.
cipal. principal. Miss Sallie Nichols. assistant:

Kendrick. Miss Minnie I-e Carlisle,
principal. Miss Lola Proctor, assistant:

Oklawaha. Whit Uevts; Ileidtville, Miss

Allie Mathews: Pleasant Hill, Miss

Agnes. Sneller: Fort McCoy. T. J. An

derson, principal. M:ss Irma Scott.

assistant: Shiloh. Mi-s Sadie Ferguson:
Central. Miss Laura Kemp: HVn'Z'-r,

W. F. Kins: Irvine, unsupplied: Shady.
Miss Leila Pnrker: FummerfieM. prin

cipal unsupplied. Miss Alta Seymour,
assistant : Anthony. J. J. Beard, prin principal.
cipal. principal. Miss Daisy Boss, intermediate.
Miss Hettie Harwell, primary; Marsh Marsh-ville.
ville. Marsh-ville. W. E. Hill: Eureka, unsupplied:
Bay I-ake. unsupplied: orange Springs.
Mrs. J. W. WImberly: Lake P.ryant.
unsupplied: Grahamville. principal un unsupplied.
supplied. unsupplied. Mi-s Eileen Martin, assist assistant:
ant: assistant: Indian Mound. Miss Gertrude
Clark: Key Pond. Miss Clara Lambert;
Eaton C'rerk. Horace Hurst: Romeo.
MU 1 rn- Longbottom: Greenwood,

Miss Mary Forbes: Lowell, Miss Dollye 1
Howell: Patt's Island, icero Burnt;
Homeland, unsupplied: Andalusia. Miss
Maud Hill:- Mill Creek, Miss Willie
Proctor: Dallas. Miss Daisy Kelsey;
Juliette. M:s Opal O-teen: Paisley,
Miss Mary H y: P.urbank. Miss Anna
Van Kunkle: Turner Pon I. Miss Grace; KevMone. unsupplied: Derby.
Mi-s Irene Miller: Silver Springs, Miss
Pear! F -rb--: G v.isby. F. G. Thomas;
p.iv. Miss irma Seek in ire r.

Tne --olored teachers appointed were
as f .Hows: Howard Academy. J. D. Mc Mc-Call.
Call. Mc-Call. !u: faculty not complete 1: Fes-s-r.
b-n Academy. 1-. L. Wiley, prin principal,
cipal, principal, but faculty not completed: Mt.
T.,bor. Wylm.i M- Duffy, teacher. Carrie
Burney. monitor: Gum Spring. AnnirL.
Kir.?ler. teacher. Grace Coleman, mon monitor:
itor: monitor: Mt. Zion. Olive Ransom, prin principal.
cipal. principal. I lella Ransom, assistant: Lake Lake-idr.
idr. Lake-idr. P.essie L. Horton: Boardman, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie E. Hughes, teacher. Victoria Mark Mark-hatn.
hatn. Mark-hatn. monitor; Moore's Pond. Theodore







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Corner Bay and Dogan Sts.
Jacksonville Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Each Room. Free Bath.
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Ilogan Street

1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 10.0X1
1 C-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only C.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 5.75
I used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20ct 30c, 40c eack
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for lOf
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Specialist in Clinic Diseases

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Ocala, Florida

Office. 333.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.


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for quick and expert repair work. We
always hare an emergency repair car
ready for use and It Is at your service
whenever you need It. aMny times
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mttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. It. Carroll, Huslness Manager.

J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

Entered In the postofflce at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mail matter.


In the bond election In Tampa yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the people of that progressive
city Toted for $1,700,000 for Improve Improvements.
ments. Improvements. Seems like Ocala might stand for
$170,000. and give us sewerage as well
as Improved waterworks.

All members of the board and busi

ness men generally should attend the

meeting at the Board of Trade head

quarters on Kast uroaaway tms.
evening. Secretary Muneaster will

give a report of the meeting of the
State Chamber of Commerce at KIs-

slmmee and some points a- to what(jent:
may be necessary for Ocala to do whenjj jj

the body meets here next year. Tnere

will also be a number of other im important
portant important matters to discuss, and the
meeting will be one that no business
man can very well afford to stay away
from. The Doard of Trade room is

comfortable, well ventilated and well

lighted, and all who attend can be
certain of a pleasant evening as well

as a prontaoie one.



l(x:al li;gislatio

Mid of the Alhm I'avliK C ompany
for Paving Fort Kin venue



Governor Marshall of Indiana, the
democratic candidate for vice presi president,
dent, president, on being notified of his nomina nomination,
tion, nomination, at Indianapolis Tuesday, respond

ed In a speech showing plainly that he
is a proper running mate for Wilson, a

level-headed man of progressive views,

with a clear comprehension of public
affairs and a deep sympathy for the

feelings and needs of the common peo

pie. Governor Marshall attacked the
republican party on the grounds that

It had fostered special privilege to the

point of making men everywhere so socialistic
cialistic socialistic In theory If not In conduct. In

this connection he said:

"It is Idle for a thoughtful man In

America, whether millionaire or pau
per, to longe rplay ostrich. Safe

ty does not consist in hiding one's
head In the sands of either sentiment
or hope. It Is foolish for the vastly
Tich to keep on insisting that more

and more shall be added to their rich

es through a special system of special
legislation ostensibly enacted to run

the government. In reality enacted to

loot the people.

"It la worse than Ignorance for

them to smile at the large bod' of in

telligent Americans who regard them

selves as fortunate if the debit and

credit accounts of life balance at the
end of the year, and to assume that

the mighty many, who are becoming

convinced that the social system that

we call democracy Is but a glittering

generality, will long endure the Indus
trial slavery being produced.

The Danger of DlMcontent
"Whether voting the ticket or not,
men everywhere looking upon the aw awful
ful awful Injustice of this economic system
are becoming socialistic In theory if
not in conduct.
"And shall any fair-minded man say
that if It redounds to the interests of
the people of this country that a hun hundred
dred hundred men shall control its business to

the good of everyone, that there is
anything fallacious in the theory that
government instead of transferring
business to a favored few for the ben benefit
efit benefit of all should itself discharge that
business for tVe benefit of all?
"I do not hesitate to say that if It
be impossible to restore this republic
to its ancient ideals, which I do not
believe, and I must make the ultimate
choice between the paternalism of the
few and the socialism of the many,
count me and my house with the throb throbbing
bing throbbing heart of humanity.
"The discontent in republican ranks
is democratic discontent." How much
of It has reached the point where wea-

Teowith the bad workings of a good

system, iMs willing to topple that sys system
tem system over and try something new, I
cannot prophesy.
Dot Three Gradea of Citizen
"But I am quite sure that what whatever
ever whatever badges men may wear in Amer America
ica America this year, whatever ballots they

may cast and whatever battle cries
they may utter, there are but three

grades of citizens.

"The first grade is made up of the
favored few, their hangers-on and
their beneficiaries, who think the
eagle is upon the dollar not as an em

blem of liberty but as an emblem of

power and who look upon the govern

ment as an annex to their business

affairs; these are they who In the past

years of republican misrule have turn

ed the temple of constitutional free

dom Into a money-changers' mart and
have made of the co-ordinate branches

of the government obeisant lackeys of

tne Jingling guinea.

"The second consists of those whose
outlook upon life has been enlarged
W A 1 lit A

vy i ne civilisation, unuer wnicn we

live, who have been taught by the
school and the college, by the press
and the magazine, who appreciate the
good things of life whose horizon has

been enlarged and whose capacity for

Joy and sorrow has been Increased.

"Conditions have become unbearable

to them. They have reached the point
where, In the struggle for that which

they believe to be right, they are will

ing to destroy the ideals of the re

public. How many of these there are

I do not know, but I do know that spe special
cial special privilege in the republic is breed breeding
ing breeding them day by day like rabbits in a


"The third grade of citizens it pleas

es me to call old-fashioned constitu

tlonal democrats. These are they who

believe that the equality of mankind

does not consist in an equality of brain

and brawn, but in an equality whereby

every man, native and foreign born

has an inalienable right to exercise all

of his ability in getting on in the world
Just so he realizes that in getting on

he owes it to himself, to his family

and to the republic to see to it that he

gets on honestly and that, he does no

prevent any other man from obtaining

the reward of his honesty and enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. "These old-fashioned democrats be believe
lieve believe in making money, but they be believe
lieve believe every dollar made should be
so clean that an Infant may cut Its
teeth, upon It And they hold that It
is no part of government to boost one
man and boot another."

London, Aug. 21. Rev. William

Booth, general and commander-in-chief
of the Salvation Army, died it

10:13 o'clock last niht. He was born

at Nottingham in 1823. The vetersr

Salvation Army leader was uncon

scious for forty-eight hours previous

tr his death. The medical bulletins

had not revealed the seriousness of the

ICllt I dl 9 iUII'JlllVll, V i WC 1 . Tr
past, it is now admitted, was hopeless.




The fast Tallahassee ball team,
which up to Monday has played twenty-two
games this season and lost only
two, was defeated by Gainesville at
University Athletic Field Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by the score of 4 to 2, and to
Jack Spottswood is due a great deal
of the credit. Gainesville Sun.


In New York Tuesday, a blanket in indictment
dictment indictment charging murder in the first
degree was returned against Police
Lieut. Becker and four gangsters, in
connection with the murder of Herman
Rosenthal. Besides Becker, the indict indicted
ed indicted are: "Lefty Louie," "Whitey" Lewis,
"Dago Frank." and 'Gyp the Blood."
This indictment was the result of the
testimony given by Sam Schepps, just
brought back from Arkansas, to the
grand Jury,


The Star erred yesterday in saying
that the Leesburg baseball team lost a
game to Loughman last week. It was
the other way about and more. Lough Loughman
man Loughman lost two games to Leesburg.


Special Seaalnn of the Legislature Call
for Several Special Elections

Tallahassee, Aug. 21. The governor

having called a special session of the
Florida legislature to meet October 1,

has become necessary to call six

special elections to fill vacancies in

memberships of the legislature.

Since the adjournment of the legis

lature early in June, 1911, Senators

Buell Cook, of Washington county and

N. Withers of Lake county, have

died; Senators John W. Henderson, of

Leon county; S. I. Hillburn of Putnam

county, and James W. Perkins of Vo Volusia
lusia Volusia county, have resigned. Peter T.

Knight, a member of the House from
Monroe county, also died a few weeks

The governor has called special elec

tions in all of said counties to fill the
vacancies above mentioned. All of the

special elections will be held on the

third Tuesday in September.

A special election will also be held

on the same day for the election of a

member of the House from Pinellas
county, that county having been creat created
ed created by the legislature of 1911.


A first class farm, two miles south

west of Kendrick and about the same

distance from both the Kendrick and

Blitchton hard roads, 120 acres in the

property, 40 acres of cut-over. land
with some timber left. Will sell sep

arate if desired. 60 acres under fence,

30 acres of which has grown up In

bushes and small pine saplings. First

class pine, oak and hckory land. Fine

well of never failing water. Fairly

good dwelling house, two barns, etc.

Lot of peach, some figs and young or

ange trees. Titles perfect and place Is

clear of debt. A bargain at $2500. If

Interested, inquire at the Star office.


The Ocala Lodge, No. 699, Loyal Or

der df Moose, meets each Thursday

evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build

Ing, third floor. Visiting brothers are

Invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.

Stapp, Secretary.

The city council met last n;ht m
regular .session with tne .following
members R. R. Carroll. .rei-

F. G. B. We She, H. A. Fausett.
Taylor and M. L' vingston.

Minutes of previous .-e?sion read
and approved.
Mr. F. W. MAteer was present and
asked for relief from the incursion of

the water unJer his place of business,
where same passes through the drain.

tv,. irif -a asked to hurry the city

jnineers in their report on this mat matter.
ter. matter. The manazer of the Ivy Poultry
Farm was present and asked that the
city cease from draining water from
the west side of Lake Wrir avenue
over into his property. The street
committee was instructed to look into
and remedy the trouble.
One of the city market tenants was
present and asked that the market
men be allowed to open for a short
time on Sunday mornings. Mr. Living Livingston
ston Livingston moved that all markets of the
city be allowed to open for two hours
on Sunday mornings. After s-.'-me dis discussion
cussion discussion and the discovery that? the or ordinance
dinance ordinance conflicted with the Sunday
closing law. the matter was referred
to thf market committee to investi investigate
gate investigate and report.
Communications were reail from the
three banks of the city in he matter
of handling the city's accounts. A
only one bank proposed to pay interest
and that only on certificates of deposit
for a stated period, and all proposed

to loan the city money at six per

rATit. the matter was reierrea to a

later meeting of the council when a

full attendance might be on hand.

A communication from Mayor Rob

ertson was read and filed.

The bids for paving Fort King ave

nue were openea ana reaa. i ne repre representative
sentative representative of the Alabama Paving Co.,

Mr. Beatty Inglis, who was present.

submitted a bid to pave the street, do

ing all grading and filling, the city to
remove the lime from the surface of

the street, at the rate of $1.80 per

square yarn. laid on edze ana i.b

per square yard laid on the side, with
sand filler in each case.
Messrs. Jamison & Hallowell of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, proposed to pave the street with
sand filler, the city to do all grading
and filling, for $1.89 per square yard.

On motion, the bid of the Alabama

Paving Company was accepted, the
brick to be laid on the side. On roll
call vote Messrs. Carroll. Livingston,
Weihe and Fausett voted aye and Mr.
Taylor voted no. Mr. Taylor's vote
was against laying bricks on
the side as he favored laying the
brick on edge, and he did not oppose
awarding the contract to the company.
The city attorney was instructed to
draw and have executed contract be between
tween between the company and the city, and
the company was instructed to pro proceed
ceed proceed with the work as rapidly as pos possible,
sible, possible, under the supervision of the
street committee and the city engineer.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk was

present and gave it as his opinion that
the city would be doing itself no in injury
jury injury in granting the gas company's
ordinance, and said ordinance was
placed on its second reading, read by

sections, adopted by sections placed on

its third and final reading, .read by

title and adopted. The ordinance was

ordered published at the expense of

the gas company.

On motion the city attorney was in

structed to draft at once an ordinance

covering the laying of sidewalks and

curbs on the east end of Fort King
avenue to the city limits.

A communication was read from Mr.

T. H. Powell of Macon, advising the
council when the board of arbitrators

would meet in Ocala. Mr. Powell's
letter is as follows:

Macon, Ga., Aug. 16. 1912
Mr. R. R. Carroll, President City

Council, Ocala, Fla.: Dear Sir I am

informed that the arbitrators will

meet in Ocala on the 22nd inst. I ex expect
pect expect to be there the same day with

others interested. I understand you

will make the necessary arrangements
for the work and convenience of the

arbitrators. I trust that we may be

able to finish the work without any
unnecessary delay or expense.

Very truly yours,
H. T. Powell.
A representative of a road oil com company
pany company was present and spoke of the
advantage of his oil in surfacing
streets and quoted prices on same by
car tanks.

There being no further business the

council adjourned.

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: 'lear. southwest wind.
Minimum temperature. 71 degrees.
Maximum. iZ decrees.
.v-raf, 77 decrees.


Loi'-a! showers tonight or Thursday.


FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOP. ItHNT Up-stairs rooms for
zentiemen, only or.e door east of post post-office.
office. post-office. 28 N. 1st street.
FOR Ri:NT Three connecting un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ground floor rooms; no chil children.
dren. children. Rooms, this office.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; first floor
rout, all conveniences, including gas
itove, half block from A. C. L. depot.
No. 31 Oklawaha avenue.

I'UK ki.m Two or three rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping in
the new Bierman flat, opposite the
postofflce. Inquire upstairs at the
building or at the Star office.









FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my 4-year-oll
mare or will let for feed.
Perfectly gentle, works anywhere. J.
M. Gates, Jr., Anthony, Fla.


FOR RENT 131 South Watula
street, 2-story, seven rooms, large lot,
$15. H. C. Packham.
FOR SALE Furniture: Wardrobe,
range, gas stove, dressers, beds, child's
bed, chairs, table, kitchen safe, kitchen
cabinet, chiffioner, rockers, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, washstand, center tables, car carpets.
pets. carpets. P. O. Box 219, Ocala, Fla.





LOST A gold pin set with pearls in
the shape of small bunch of lilies of
the valley and a bow knot, in the cen center
ter center of which was a diamond. The pin
was lost Saturday night at the Air
Dome or at the Temple Theater. Fin Finder
der Finder will receive reward by. leaving
same at this office.
LOST Somewhere between Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue and Seaboard depot, a solid

gold pin, shape of violet with pearl in
center. If returned to Mrs. Sinclair
finder will be rewarded.


COOK WANTED A cook is wanted
at the Marion County Hospital. Apply
to the matron at the hospital building.
MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College. Atlanta, Ga.

Don't let the nunting Season slip op on you wiilicul you being
prepared, and this Ad is to remind you that I amuell prepared
and ready for business. 1 have a fnll line of Ammunition and
Guns and among them a good many unredeemed pledges and
Drummers Samples, which will pay you to look through.
If you are in any way dissatisfied with your Guti you can bring
them to me, I will ailow you liberally for them, in exchange
for others, or will pay you the Cold Czsh for same. Owing to
my large Out-Let I can use them to advantage.


WANTED To exchange 160 acres
of land for city property. Land locat located
ed located on hard road, four miles from the
city limits of Ocala. Address C. H.
Stuart, 99 Daugherty street, Ocala, Fla.

E. L


There are two things everlastingly

at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's

Arnica Salve will banish piles in any

form. It soon subdues the itching, ir irritation,
ritation, irritation, inflammation or swelling. It

gives comfort, invites joy. Greatest

healer of burns, boils, ulcers, skin


Only 23 cents at Tydings &


Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and

Protective Order of Elks, meets the

second and fourth Tuesday evenings in

each month. Visiting brethren always

welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Josejh Bell, Secretary.

Dr. Van Hood, who was called to
Fort Pierce to se his sister, writes: "I
am enjoying the fine pineapples. The
growth of this town is like magic.
They are putting In electric lights,
sewer system and pipes, water works,
besides doing street paving and hard
surfacing the roads. The county is
bonded for $200,000 to do all this and
no doubt within a year it will all be
finished up."

The Star received this morning a
postcard sent by Mr. E. E. Converse
from Cordova, Alaska. The card is a
fine view of the great Sheriden glacier,
and the accompanying message says
that Mr. Converse Is cool and having a
good time, but doesnt fancy Alaska as
a place of steady residence. The card
was dated July 8, and was six weeks
on the road.

The Crystal River News has chang changed
ed changed hands. Rev. F. N. Eldrldge retiring
as editor. He is succeeded by E. M.
Dob son who says he intends to make
It an up-to-date journal. The last Is Issue
sue Issue certainly ahows Improvement.

The odor of stale perspiration about

the body can be gotten rid of by using

FLUID in the bath tub. It purifies the

skin thoroughly and lends a refreshing

influence to the bafh. Price large bot
He, 50c. Sold by all druggists.


victims to stomach, liver and kidney

troubles just like other people, with
like results in loss of appetite, back backache,
ache, backache, nervousness, headache, and tired,
listless, run-dowji feeling. But there
is no need to feel like that as T. D.

Peebles, Henry, Tenn., proved. "Six

bottles of Electric Bitters," he writes,

did more to give me new strength

and good appetite than all other stom

ach remedies I used." So they help
everybody. Its follow to suffer when

this great remedy will help you from

the first dose. Try it. Only 50 cents

at Tydings & Co.


Every Sale I Make the Customer Must
Be Satisfied or I Don't Want His Money.
I have a 21 Jewel Hamilton, Best R. R.
Watch, at a Bargain. Better Hurry!
B. GOLDMAN, Pawnshop

- 4

9100 REWARD, flOO

The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has

been able to cure in all Us stages, and
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internallj', act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the di disease,
sease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as assisting
sisting assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer one
hundred dollars "for any case that It
fails to cure. Send for list of testi testimonials.
monials. testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family rills for constipation.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth

Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

Time To Plant Sweet Potatoes And Hay Crops.
Now is the season for planting Sweet Potatoes and there is absolutely no better
fertilizer than onr Superior Brand Sweet Potato Fertilizer.
This is also the seat-on for planting Hay Crops.' We have a fresh supply of Cow
Pean, S03' Bonus, Millets and Sorghum Seeds. These are all good hay-producing plants
and it pays to grow as much of this crop as possible instead of buying so much of the
western grown hay, when the money paid for same could be used for something else that
cannot be grown here.
We always have on hand in season a good supply of fresh Garden and Field Seeds,
and at less prices than you have to pay when ordering seeds from dealers in other statee.
vVo will appreciate your orders and same will be filled promptly. All corres correspondence
pondence correspondence given prompt and careful attention.

Ocala Fertilizer Company & Seed Store

Is the Individual, man or woman, who
uses Foley Kidney Pills for backache,
rheumatism, weak back and other kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder irregularities. Foley
Kidney Pills are healing, strengthen strengthening,
ing, strengthening, tonic, and quick to produce ben beneficial
eficial beneficial results. Contain no harmful
drugs. Never sold in bulk. Put up In
sealed bottles. The genuine In a yel yellow
low yellow package. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.



The Ocala News Co.. G. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.


Merchants' Cafe, A. C I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour.

"I am a traveling salesman." writes
E. E. Younge. E. Berkshire, Va., "and
was often troubled with constipation
and Indigestion till I began to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which I have
found an excellent remedy." For all
stomach, liver or ikdney troubles they
are unequaled. Only 25 cents at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Company.


Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. KL Sagt. Secretary.
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflicted
with is lame back. Apply Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day and mas massage
sage massage the party thoroughly at each ap application,
plication, application, and you will get quick re relief.
lief. relief. For sale by all dealers.

Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went
to sleep on a railroad track and was
killed by the fast express. He paid
for his carelessness with his life.
Often its that way when people neg neglect
lect neglect coughs and colds. Don't risk your
life when prompt use of Dr. King's
New Discovery will cure them and so
prevent a dangerous throat or lung
trouble. "It completely cured me, in a
short time, of a terrible cousrh that
followed a severe attack of grip."
writes J. R. Watts. Floydada. Texas,
"and I regained 13 pounds in weisht
that I had lost." Quick, safe, reliable
and guaranteed. 30c. and $1. Trial
bottle free at Tydings & Co.

Jefferson B. Browne, the well known
lawyer and politician. !s about to shift
his residence from Key West to Miami.

Bites of poisonous Insects that cause
the flesh to swell up must be treated
with a heali.- antiseptic that will
counteract the poison ar.d heal the

MENT answers ev ry r'iuirrrer.t in
such cae. Price 2"c. "0c and 1 per 1
buttle. Sold by all druggists. J

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. P. S.

"Were all medicines as meritorious
as Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and

Diarrhoea Remedy the world would

be much better off and the percentage
of suffering greatly decreased." writes

Lindsay Scott, of Temnle. Ind. For

sale by all dealers.


Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent

Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday eveninsr. at 7:30 o'clock In

Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit
on in the city Invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford, N. G.
W. I Colbert, Secretary.


County Commissioner Henderson
was in town from his home at Lynne

"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M. E.
Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. There is nothing
better. For sale by all dealers.

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Fuueral Director.
All Work Doi;e 1J" Llcenl Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fullr !uaramecV
Phones: T. E. Mclver. 104; C. V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, ao:.; Undertaking Office. 47.

Contractor and Builder



ana pcMtications

129 Sonth Third Street

Dunnellon Advocate)
We always construed tne work of
DiJfie. the radical Jacksonville weekly

paper edited by Claude L'Engle and
Charlie Jones, to be of such nature as
to suppress and antagonize any move
that tended to uplift quacks and charl charlatans,
atans, charlatans, and for this reason we are sur surprised
prised surprised to note that this interesting lit little
tle little paper has given space to G. N. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, who claims to be a dentist, but
whose horrible work has caused many
of the people of this section night
after night of suffering. In his article,
Davis goes on to flatter Messrs.
L'Engle and Jones in the most effective
way he can, concerning Jones' mission
to Tampa and his write-up of the
evils of that place, which he did for
the sole purpose of getting into that
paper a few defaming words about
Dunnellon. He says he lived here
twelve years and is ashamed of the
town, and that politically and morally
Dunnellon is rotten to the core, and
he requests Dixie to send a representa representative
tive representative here to write-up wicked Dunnel Dunnellon,
lon, Dunnellon, and we take it for granted that
Mr. L'Engle will send Mr. Jones down
in a few days to comply with DavU"
Dixie has many friends in Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon who are no less than grieved to
learn that i has stooped so low a to
. . ... y

ive space 10 such a c.'iir.uitr as 'j.
N. Davis. The Advocate is surprised.
What the people of Dunnellon con consider
sider consider one of the greatest blessings
ever bestowed on our town was when
G. N. Davis left it, and we express ur
sorrow that some other place is cursed
w;?h any su"h person as he. So far as
his living here twelve years, that's a
lie. The longest anyone here knows
of his living in one town is but a few
months. There's not a person in Dun-r,f-;i;n
who is other than ashamed of
Davis and always was ever we

kn-w him.
It is evident

ve-tisate some or its correspondents,
f ure you are ri-rht. then tro ahead"
i- offered to Dixie by way of sugges suggestion
tion suggestion arvl advice.







A. T. Thomas, Pkks. J. Thomson, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.


Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock

Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement ?
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de-
sorptions. Residences or Stores contracted in f
in lirick, Stone and Cement. 5
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti
mates furnished on request.


$39.05 New York and Philadelphia, sold daily, limit Oct. 31

lAMBVVf. 1.. 1 It I. A 1 J .1 1 1 J A A n

that Dixie doesn t ;n-, sja.Uj isaitimore ana asiimcion, soju uany, limn uci. ,u

I w

$47.55 Chicago. Illinois, - sold daily, limit Oct. 31
$62.65 Denver, Colorado. - sold daily, limit Oct 31
$93.55 California points - sold daily, limit Oct. 31

Excursion Rales to Various Points Furnished on Application
cTfio nvrnc ati nurrn


For reservations or information, call on nearest A. C. L ticket
ag8nt or


I'ndrr rction bapter
4s I,a of Klorlda.
N"..-i i hereby ?iven thAt C. 71.
Krr2-r. purchaser of tax v-rtif.'.-ate
N't ::'". dated 'Decern her -. I:."; r r-til.
til. r-til. No. 1:M0. dated April S.
cert if -ate-f N- ."22$ and ::2...": tertifi--Ate
Ni "J'S. ''..'50 r.d :;2J1 : certi certificate
ficate certificate No. SU '-'f June 4. K'06:
oertin.-i'e Nr.. 1101. dated .Tune 3. i:07.
certi.-. ite- No. inZb. 105f. June l. t.
1 '-r-ifi'-ites No. 71'., 721. 72:5. s-ale
oj Jurtr 1 1 f has filed ?aid certificate-
in :rv ofJle. and has made ar-

l licati :n
. j .-

for tax -ieed to issue in ac ac-'.vith
'.vith ac-'.vith law. aid certificates

emhr.ioe the following described j'To;. j'To;.-ertv.
ertv. j'To;.-ertv. .-itUditel in Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: Lot 1. of Mck "IV: Jr1
lots 1 to 12 !n block "K" Allred ad ad-ditioii
ditioii ad-ditioii : o- al.i: lots ?. 7. J and K of
block T '.inn's northwest ad to
Ocala: al! of block i except lots 11
ar.d in block "J and all of block
'"" ex e;t l.ts and 14, Dunn's north north-weft
weft north-weft al "..ili: all of lot 2, s. I.
Green'.- additi-.n to Ocala: lots 2. 7, X.
18. 2t. 2.'.. 2C. -7. .8, Z.; nil. 21. 22, 22.

3 4. 42. 43. Z2, ."3. M. 6$. 7T., 7G, 78 Mit Mitchell's
chell's Mitchell's revised ad to cala.
The 'aid land Winsr assessed at the
date of issuance of said certificates In
the name- of C. J. Al'.red. V. Y. Ditto.
S. M. Middleton. Dan Thomas. IJ. .1.
Mitchell, unknown. Acme Itrewlntr Co.,
John F. Dunn, estate of. David Walton.

Oeorse F. McKinner l'nlef itM crtl crtl-Mcate
Mcate crtl-Mcate shall be redeemed according to
law. tax deed will luaue thereon on th
10th lay of September. A. D. 1S12.
Witness my official niioiature and
real this the 7th day of Aujruat. A. D.
lf12. R T. 61 At runic.
Cleric Circuit CourU


2. Mrads From a Mary

"I must save
Here it is on the 14th of the month and ray earnings

are about all gone. Of course I was compelled to make

some necessary purchases and the doctor bill of six dollars.

I had not counted on. If I could only make up my mind
to t?ave a little each month! But I would have to forego
some of my pleasures, I fear. As it is, I am only working
for my board and clothes, and I DO work hard. If I
could only save."


AS with an expensive, high power
racing automobile, so with groceries. The human ma machine
chine machine needs the best fuel to get the greatest efficiency
from it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself-for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food.
That is YOUIt fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make (he right kind of fuel
for you. because they are made from Whole W heat Flour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted). Educator luncheon Discuit. Tducator Sweet
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers, Fruited Edccator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.

IL Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174

: Florida


Phone 284 for quick prescription service.

Dr. A. L. Illaloek, phyvirlaa, of fir
phone No. 133.


Mr Jo?, i:. Wilson, the P.emlnzton
typewriter man. i. at the cala House.

Mr. C. A. Tremre of IWlrview i.-? a
bu.sine.-7! visitor to .Jacksonville to-lay.

Mr. Iattie Inzlis. mad a bu.-ine?
trij to Jacksonville to-lay.

Mrs I. I-:. Mclver fame up from the
lake this morninff.

Mr. Geortre MacKay pail Lakeland a
business call tu-lay.

Mr. Elmer DeCamp i home from a
visit to South Carolina.

tallies' hats at less than wholesale
prices at T2 North Magnolia treet this

Mrs. Mary Coarie and children. Miss
Ella anJ Master Frank, left to. lay fur
a visit to Inverness.

Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. (Jf-ri's I'o-t'f Iru Iru-tores,
tores, Iru-tores, agents.

This morning at ::') at Grace church
a gu.-: WeJi.r.-' was solemnise 1. that
of Mr Ernest James Lytle an 3 Mis
Caroline Pa-teur. P.ev. Campbell Gray
officiated. The eJ dina was not to
have takrn place for another two
months, but as Mr. Gray will leave
Oca la in a short time it wa decided to
hasten the nuptials in order to have
him perform the ceremony.


de an 1 jrooni. accompanied

by a f.-w relatives an-1 friends, came
up from their at Stanton on the
early train, an 1 proceeded at once to
tne chur After the ceremony, the
newly wedlei .uple were entertained
with an elegant wedding breakfast at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Cul Cul-len.
len. Cul-len. I're-ent at the welding and
breakfast w-re only the immediate
relatives and a few frier. Is of the
youn-r couple. Shortly after, Mr. and
Mrs. Lytle left in an auto for their
home by Lake "tt'eir.
Mr. and Mr.-. Lytle are both well
known to our people, i.articularly the
bride, a dauchter of Mr. John Pasteur
of Lake Weir, and a younger sister of
Mrs. Cha-;. S. Cullen and Mr. Tom Pas

teur of Ocala. She is a very charming i
an-1 highly aocomplisred younar lady. I

and much esteemed both in our city
and at her home. Mr. Lytle is a suc successful
cessful successful youne orange prower and far farmer
mer farmer of Stanton, and is also hizhly es esteemed
teemed esteemed in Ooala.


The uala and Dunnellon baseball
tarn? will match the strength and
skill of their respective members on
the South Magnolia diamond tomorvow
afternoon. The Dunnellon team Is a
-tronz one. It has played a number
of same this season and has always
ma le a .:.ff fiaht, with more victories
than d feats. The Ocala boys, as we
all know, are srood players, and have
been working hard the last few weeks
to improve their play. The game is
sure to be a ood one, and the Star
hopes our people will turn out In
force to see it. There has been a slen slender
der slender attendance to the past few games.
an-1 the boys can't be expected to play
well, if at all. if they don't have en en-courasiement.
courasiement. en-courasiement. So, make a point of po po-in.i?
in.i? po-in.i? to see the came tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Ruilock and Fleckenstein will
be the battery for Ocala.



Keller & Co. sent a casket to An

thony today, for the funeral of I?eatric? J

White, a little colored sirl.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap, j
full half-pound cakes. IT, cents. Sul l j
only at Geri's Po-toftice Druu.-tores.

Sheriff A. I'. Coleman of Sumter i
county was in town to-lay. to see
Sheriff Galloway. j
Millinery stock at 52 North Masno-
lia street must be sold this week at
any price.

The Reazin Lewis Stock Company

which lia- been playin? with creat j
suci ess at the Duval Theater in Jack Jack-sonv.lle.
sonv.lle. Jack-sonv.lle. and also has had a good run j
in Tampa, will open the season at the!
Temple tomorrow evening with '"The I

ty musical comedy.
Such hows are a rarity in Ocala at
this time of year, and as this company
is reputed to be of considerable merit,
it is likely that a good house will greet
it tomorrow nizht.

Judge -Joseph P.ell has returned from i
a visit to Savannah, where he had


legal business to transact.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 1.1 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postofrice Drugstores.

The pictures at the Air Dome last
night drew one of the largest crowds
that has been out to a picture show
this summer. The Air Dome was
packed from 7:43 until a very late
hour. The pictures shown were well
selected and there was not a person
present that did not enjoy them more
than any they had seen in many a
day. The picture featuring John
Ilunny, the big fat man who makes
everybody lautrh. will be run again to tonight
night tonight during the first show. A fine
western picture and a roaring comic
are the features for tonight. The
prizes are more pleasing now than
they have ever been. Every one enjoys
the prize giving even after Feeing the
pictures at the Air Dome.
Tonight's program is as follows:
"The Old Stage Coach." A thrilling
western picture.
"The Man Who Made Good." A news newspaper
paper newspaper story full of life.
"Max is Convalescent." Featuring
Max. the great fun maker.


Mr. John F. Redman, a Pennsylvania 1

odd Fellow, was a welcome visitor to
Tulula Lodge last nignt.

Preserve your artistic Hoard of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.

Tonight is the big night, amateur
night, at the Temple: lots of fun. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow night we turn the house over
to the Regan-Lewis Co. and Friday we
give away that gold watch. Saturday

night will be another big night. Your I

coupons good all the week for Friday ',rink of waler tht'.v paw a negro man
and Saturday night. (run out of the back door, across the

yard and over the fence. The young

A Daring llurglnr Rallied the Larder
ami Made a Clean Crlanay
La:-t night late, when two of the
young men who stay at the Arms
House went to the dining room for a


Mrs. W. M. McDowell and daughters.
Misses Mary and Anna, left this morn morning
ing morning for their visit to Waynesville, N. C.

You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.

Mr. II. M. Hampton went to Inver Inverness
ness Inverness on legal business and Sunnyjim
this morning:

The Daughters of the Confederacy
will sell home made candy at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater tonight, and will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate your patronage.

(' lltl) OF TH INKS

wish t

family of the late S. E. Rowe
o express their thanks for the
ss an-1 sympathy shown them in

their late bereavement.


If you want to find your friend while
down town, go to the Court Pharmacy
they all meet there.

Mr. J. F. Jenkins went to Rrooks Rrooks-ville.
ville. Rrooks-ville. to look after his building con contract
tract contract there, today.

Mr. R. L. Anderson is tearing down
the old two-story woolen building on
North Magnolia street formerly used
as one of the ward tire stations. The
building was condemned by the coun council
cil council several months ago.

Don't suffer with boat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en en-Joying
Joying en-Joying a dish of that good ice cream.


...iss Ruth Rurritt, a charming young
lady of Rrooksville, passed thru Ocala
today on her way to Atlanta.

For quick service in anything you
want in the drug or toilet line, call
284, the Court Fharmacy.

w ww Jar m m -na- m

Mr. R. T. Adams returned from his
northwestern trip this afternoon. Mrs.
Adams and little daughter will remain
in Iowa until cooler weather.

Messrs. Howard and Milton Payne of
Memphis, Tenn.. spent last night with
their cousin. Mr. Rohert Flinn an-1

Judge W. s. P.ullock and the Agnew
e.-tate are laying uo-nt sidewalks
along the Main street side of their
property north of the express office!
This with the remodeling of the cor corner
ner corner cottage, which is just being com completed
pleted completed by Judge Ruilock. has made a
big improvement in that section.

men were so startled that they could
not give pursuit so the man escaped.
T'pon investigation they found that
he had pried open a side window thru
which he made his entrance. He open opened
ed opened the refrigerator and took four
chickens, two quarts of milk and five
pounds of butter. He then went into
the kitchen where he took a pot roast
and some bread a'nd ate some soup. In
his fright he dropped one of the chick chickens
ens chickens and overturned a bottle of milk.
He made some very clear tracks but
they could not be followed after they
struck the paved street.
It was a most daring thing for any
robber to do, to enter a boarding
house so early in the evening. He
was heard by several as he entered
the window and knocked down glasses,
and also his llashlight was seen, but
all thought it was someone coming in

will convince you of our superior and safe ce&cds. If
will also show you uhy the people who are considered
conservative financiers and careful business ceo
Pay Bills By Checks,
through our bank. We want you to know the advast
of this modern system of doing business, so consult ns.
Ladies always welcome. : : : : :
H. B. STOKE. Cshlr.


62 Ft King Ave.. Ocala, Fla. Telephone 338
Fall session of four scholastic months opens Sept. 2nd. Advance rates
as heretofore $8.50 per month, or $33 per session, which Is a deduction of
two per cent a month, on the three remaining: months to save the trouble of
repeated checks and receipts.
Courses embraced in regular curriculum Include a thorough preparatory
course, and the four college classes. We do not say college years, for with
our personal explanatory teaching and assistance a good student with devo devotion
tion devotion to his work can accomplish a grade in four months, thoroughly and un un-derstandingly.
derstandingly. un-derstandingly. We grant diplomas: B. S., A. B., A. M. and for young ladles.
M. A. Our diplomas are as well recognized and accepted throughout the
South as those of any other college.
Our annex is a thorough business course. Bookkeeping, single and dou double
ble double entry, shorthand And practice In typewriting; all the very best systems
and easily comprehended. Rates as heretofore.
These advantages are at your own door. We do not canvass for scholars,
but we would be pleased to have as many desks taken as possible by our for former
mer former pupils.
Address for Particulars, GEO. C. or Mrs. G. C. L00NEY

i:iMr; tiikiu mr; stohk

Messrs. Theus-Zachry Co.. the fur furniture
niture furniture men. are tearing off the plaster plastering
ing plastering and putting on new yellow pine,
hard oil finished ceiling in their hi:r
stort-. This will hr a pr.-tty and sub substantial
stantial substantial improvement to the property.

AH Fountains

Pure Juice o Florida Grape Fruit
It just touches the spot and it sooci for you too re-,
commended by leading physicians everywhere for its -wonderful
medicinal properties. Sm-Jr is pure that's
: sure no chemicals, no coloring matter just the pure'
lcctir from Florida's choicest grape fruit.


Manufactured r.tlmlv! kv lUi

If you want to see a busy prescrip prescription
tion prescription counter, look In at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.

Mrs. Ernest Tlower went down to
Kastlake this afternoon to Vie the
guest for a few days of Mrs. II.

The Magic Household lighter takes
the place of matches. 25 cents each at
Gerig's I'ostoffice Drugstores.


Mr. II. D. Stokes, cashier of the Oeala
National Hank, just couldn't stay away
from work, and is back at his post in
the bank with his vacation only two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds over.

What Arc You Paying?

mci.mti:k norxn over
('. II. McAllister of Irvine, charged
with assault and battery with intent
to murder, had a hearing in Judge
Hell's court this morning. He was de defended
fended defended by Mr. I-Mvin spencer, Jr.
The witnes.-s were II, F. Altman. D.
P. Karly, Clay Ford. T. J. Sherouse, E.
P. Collins and Mac Nelly. The evidence
was to the effect that McAllister shot
at his wife twice in succession at close
range and that she escaped him by
running away.
Jude Hell bound the defendant over
in the sum of ?800 to await the action
of the grand jury. Mr. McAllister ob obtained
tained obtained bondsmen without much trouble.

While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company.

Tomorrow Is amateur night at the
Ideal and the boys are fixing up a
good program. They always have a
packed house, so go early.

Effective June 9lh
Ocala Northern Railroad

will pell round trip tickets from all points on its line at

one way rate, on Sunday only
Gen. Pass. Agent

Messrs. R. F. Garcia and Ed Geiser
of Tampa are at the Ocala House.
They came up from Tampa in their

fine Flanders auto, and may extend

their trip to Jacksonville.

Mr. P. V. Leavengood will leave in a
short time for the northwest, where he
will spend several weeks, taking a
much needed rest among old hom

Mr. Earl V. Mark of Jacksonville,
the architect who made the plans for
Harrington Hall, is in the city looking
over the work being done by the con contractors,
tractors, contractors, Messrs Jenkins & Williams.

Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the
best of drugs, and delivered to you
promptly? Then try the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Send or phone 284.

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan. $2 per day and up. European Plan. 11.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Hates.
Churchill & Co.

Mrs. J. H. P.ass and Mrs. F. M. Long
of Holder spent last night and today
in town having some dental work
done. They are stopping at the Ocala

Hams 172C per ll
lilue Hon Matches per package. .l."c
l Cakes Ivvitnrt IJorax Soap. . .27c
llaker's Chocolate per lb 3.1c
Van Camp's Kol Kidney Heans
K'r can 10c
ft Cans Van Camp's Beans 25c
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, ft
for 25c
Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee per lb 30c

Lord He La Ware Soup per can. .Gc

Large Bucket Cottolene $1.30
Medium Bucket Cottolene 50c

Best Creamery Butter per lb. ,35c
In 3 lb. lots from the tub (i. e.
not prints) $1.00
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
Powder 25c
3 Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets 25c
3 Sunbeam Cornflakes 22c
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 25c

3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
15 lbs. Granulated Sugar. .SI. 00
Old Country Blend Tea per lb. .50c.

5 Gallons Oil OOc
Full Cream Cheese per lb 20c
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb 5c

Heinz Vinegar per gallon .

Miss Esther Iv was hostess this
morning of the Young Ladies' Sewing
Club. The following members were

present: Misses Sara Davis. Elizabeth
Xewsom. Mary Purford, Heulah Hall,
Marion Dewey, Rosebud Itobinson,
Minnie Stovall and Marguerite Porter.
After an hour of pleasant work and
chatter on the pretty vine covered
veranda. Miss Ley served dainty re

freshments. This club is the cmly so social
cial social affair that has not suspended dur during
ing during the summer, but the young ladies
find it so delightful that they have
held regular weekly meetings all the

Wilbur Counts, Manager
Successor to VV. J. Gabel
High Grade Tailor Made Clothes
Your Patrouage Solicited
Phone 443 Ocala, Fla.







Phone 438
Bring Yonr Tires and Tubes to be Vulcanized


There is a movement on foot to buy
Dr. "Walter Hood a season "pass" to
the picture shows. He captures a prize
every evening and because he will not
put the public "wise" to the secret of
his luck, they propose to put him "out
of business" by furnishing him a pass
that prohibits him from drawing. Last
night at the Air Dome the doctor
drew the "biggest" box of candy.

Mrs. E. P. Rentz, with her daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Misses Martha Kate and Louise,
and her sons, Messrs. Jack and Jim

Rentz. with Mrs. Jack Rentz and lit

tle daughter, Emily all left this af

ternoon for Waynesville, X. C. Mr.
Jack Rentz will soon return, but the
others will remain in North Carolina
until hot weather is over.

Mr. R. R. Carroll accompanied Mrs.
C. L. P.ittinger and Miss Adele Rittln Rittln-ger
ger Rittln-ger to Jacksonville this morning to
help'them off this afternoon on the
Merrimac of the Merchants & Miners
Line on their way to Massachusetts.

Mrs. Harry Miller, who has made

many menus during ner winter s stay

in Ocala, will leave today for Macon,

Ga.. where she will visit several

weeks. Later she will Join her hus

band and son in Gulfport, Miss.

Mrs. H. M. Hampton who has been
spending a month in one of the pretty
Connor cottages at North Lake, with a
party of guests, returned home today.

Mrs. Robt-rt Allen IJurford. Jr., of
New York City. ;rrived in the city
this afternoon for a months' visit to
her husband's family. Mr. and Mrs. R.
A. Rurford. 'ra was accompanied by
her little daughter, a Lively baby of
fourteen months, and Agnes Rurford,
who has been visiting relatives in
Tr-y, Ala for the past few weeks.

Mrs Edwin W. Davi and children
are .-,t-iid ing the summer at Shell Isl Island,
and, Island, at the mouth of Crystal River,
where they have spent each summer
for a number of years. Mr. Davis goes
down nearly every Saturday and
spends Sunday with them.

Messrs. Norton Davis, V. V. New Newborn.
born. Newborn. Jr.. Charlie Gates and Edward

Tucker have returned from a visit to

Daytona Reach. They w-nt through

the rountrv in automobiles and had a

most plea-ant time.

Miss Rr-ulah Hall entertained at a

: ..-harming little dinner -ana picture
! v last even in-'. Her guests were

M-ss-s Marv Rurford. Esther Ley. Min

nie : ovall and Marguerite Porter.


.3oC, g

Two vears ago. Mr. Tom Gary, who

ha- a natural gift for horticulture.


:ed a

Willie Prpsl,v. i.ilortul u-hii irt-irV.

ed Clarence Roberts, white, with a !Salt Eion per lb He

knife the other day, and severely cut
him. was sentenced by the recorder to
work out a fine on the streets this

Stepping on a rusty nail has been
the cause of many cases of lockjaw.
The nail was not so much the fault as
neglect of the wound. If such wounds
were cleansed and BALLARD'S LINI LINIMENT
MENT LINIMENT applied there would be no lock lockjaw,
jaw, lockjaw, as the antiseptic properties of
the liniment would counteract the
poison and the wound would heal
quickly. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. At all druggists.

nut on a
The twig-

13 lbs. Whole Grain Kice for S1.00

!nv tw;g of an English wal-

ommon black walnut stock

s now two feet long and of

o.vth. and Tom expects to

1 have n'if nuts irorr. it sorr.e oay.

21-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour $1.00 j
S D. C. Pybee, teaming contractor liv

"Oc ing at 663 Keeling Court, Canton. 111.

is now well r'A of a severe and annoy-

' ir.g case of kidney trouble. His back

12-lb. Sack Henry Clay Floor
Cream of Wheat per package.
Wesson Cooking Oil
Compound Lard

Fine IHh rotlo, pr prek STx

1 1c


air.ed and he wa? bothered with

headaches and dizzy spells. "I took
Foley Kidney Pills just as directed

and in a few days I felt much better

My life and strength seemed to come

back, and I sleep well. I am now all

over my trouble and erlad to recom

mend Foley Kidney Pills." Try them.

Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


Howard Academy, the Ocala colored

school, will open for the season Mon

day. Sept. ?.


Nice corner lots, South Ninth and

Sanchez streets. Magnolia Place, for
sale cheap. Lots of building in this

part of town. John.M. Graham.

office over Munroc & Chambllfls B'k.
Room 0, 10 and 11. Second Floor,

Holder Block.





Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor

ner. Meals a la carte ana lunenca at
any hour.


Get your certincates framed at the

Ocala News Co.

The market formerly known as the

Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on

band a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt

tention. Phone number 315. Come

to the old stand and be treated right.

Yours respectfully,

Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.



Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to S
p. m. Pbone 212.



Cheap for cash, a seven year old

horse. Address' P.ox 11. Antnony, r;a.



Tbe Great Iilood Purifier and Nerve

Toale for Rheamatlnin. Kldaey aad
Bladder Troable -Price 50c.
Dr. L4tlBKton'a DUpepclne Powder,
for IadlseMlon aad Stomach Trou Trouble
ble Trouble Price 50 Ceala
Dr. LlTlag-Mon'M Goldea Catarrh Hal at,
for Catarrh of tbe Head, Ilaj Ilaj-Fever
Fever Ilaj-Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price 50 Ceata

Tbre Itemedlea Caa Always be Foaad

at tbe Court PharmTf Oeala, Fla.

This is the market where you will
without having- to ask for their quality
particularly for all of our meats ara
choice and prime.
The standard of quality we main maintain,
tain, maintain, our reasonable prices, the sani sanitary
tary sanitary condition of our market, and tha
excellence of our service makes this a
very good market to patronize.
PHONE 108.
W. If. MlRtlf. !Mma4A




(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and

Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Cails Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
or Country
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
V. B. KELLER & C0.
y J
When I
I Always
4 With Billy
The best place in the city
IlllCir flfDV flPlMIlVr T
from 6:00 to 7:30
We can supply you witli pure Ice ror
all purposes, whetner your require
ments are for home use or for a car
load. Place your orders with us.
"Queen of Sea Routes"
From Jacksonville to
Savannah, ItaMlmore, Philadelphia,
llunton and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
II. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
I D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Fluent Cotwle Trip In the World
A Torpid Liver is a fine field
for the Malarial Germ and it
thrives wonderfully. The cer certain
tain certain result in such cases is a
spell of Chills.
la a Powerful Chill Tonic and
liver Regulator.
outs the liver in healthy.
vigorous condition and cures
the chills by destroying the
disease germs which Infest the
system. Ilerbine is a nne ami
cerlodic medicine, more eftec
tlve than the syrupy mixtures
that sicken the stomach; be-.-jiusfl
it not only kills the dis
ease germs, but acts effectively
In the liver, stomach ana Dow Dowels,
els, Dowels, thus putting the system In
condition to successfully resist
the usual third or seventh day
return of the chill. Ilerbine is
a cleansing: and Invigorating
medicine for the whole body.
Price 50c per Dottle.
JamesF.Ballard.Prop. St.Louis.MO.
Stephens Eye Salve is a healing
ointment for Sore Eyes.
Foley Kidney Pills
Giva prompt relief from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
8. A. Darfs, C27 Washington St., CoDoervill,
ad., is in hit 85th year. He write us: "I hv
ately suffered much from my Mdues and Mh.1 Mh.1-der
der Mh.1-der I had Mrere back acLea and my kidnry action
was too freqnent, caasin mo to los much ierp
t night, and io my bladder there w& cmra t
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some tioia,
and am now free of all trouble and nain able to
be op and aronr.d. Foljy kidney VuU have u,y
alfheat reooamaadalion.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in u an.

Rich Men's

Geraldine Bonner
Author tl "The Pioneer"
"Temarraws Tangle, etc
Illustrations by
Don. J. Lav In
Co f j right UJ6 by U iioOM-Mernil Co.
Rose turned quickly, sat down orl
the edge of the bench, and leaned
toward the speaker. Her face was
full of a quivering intensity of con
'You poor, unfortunate woman!" she
said in a shaken voice, and laid her
hand on Berny's knee.
Berny was so astenlshed that for a
moment she had no words, but stared
uncomprehending, still alertly sus-
I "vnn nnnr cnul!
Rose went on. "If
I'd known or guessed for a moment I'd
tiava snnlron I i fforantlr I Mn'J en
anything. I didn't know. I couldn't
have guessed. It's the most horrible
thing I ever heard of. It s too too"
c-u i v j 4 1 i it t-...
saw mat sne was unaDie to commana
her voice, though she had no appear
ance oi tears, tier race looKea quite
different from what it had at the be beginning
ginning beginning of the interview. All its ami amiable,
able, amiable, rosy softness was gone. The
elder woman was too astonished to
say anything. She had a feeling that,
sy anymmg. one naa a ieeung mat,
just for that moment, nothing could
be said. She was silenced by some
thing that she did not understand.
Like an amazed child she stared at
Rose, baffled, confused, a little awed.
After a minute of silence, the young
girl went on.
"I can't talk about it. I don't alto
gether understand. Other people they
must explain. I've been no, not de
ceived but kept in the dark. But
b sure of one thing, yesterday was
the end of it. They'll never no one
that I have any power over will ever
make you such offers again. I'll prom promise
ise promise you that. I don't know how it
could have happened. There's been a
mistake, a horrible, unforgivable mis
take. You've been wronged and insult insulted,
ed, insulted, and I'm sorry, sorry and humili humiliated
ated humiliated and ashamed. There are no
She stopped again with a gesture of
helpless indignation and disgust, and
rose to her feet. Berny, through the
darkness of her stunned astonishment.
realized that she was shaken by feel
ings she could not express.
"You didn't know anything about It
then" the wife said sullenly, wanting
still to be defiant and finding all her
defiance overwhelmed by an invading
sensation of feeling small, .mean and
"Know it?" said the girl, letting a
glance of scorn touch the questioner.
'Know it and let it go on? But I sup
pose you've a right to ask me such a
"I guess I have," said Berny, but her
voice did not have any assurance of
her conviction on the subject. It
sounded flat and spiritless.
"You have. You seem to me to have
a right to say anything savage and
angry and insulting. And I can only
say to you I'm sorry, I'm sorry, and I
ask your pardon for me and for the
others. And that doesn't make it any
easier for you to bear, or do you any
Berny swallowed dryly and said:
"No, it doesn't."
"All I can do now is to promise you
tnat it stops today ana ror ever.
You'll never be bothered again by any
thing of the kind. You can go back to
your home and feel that never again
will any one belonging to me try to
come between you and your husband.
I can't say any more. I can't talk
about it. Good-by."
She turned away as she spoke and
without a backward look walked rap
idly down the gravel walk to the
street. With an Immovable, unwink
ing gaze, Berny followed her figure as
it melted Into the fog. It seemed only
a moment before It was gone, appear appearing
ing appearing to dissolve into the curd-like cur currents
rents currents that surrounded it.
Berny sat without moving on the
bench, staring in the direction in
which it had disappeared. Her hands
lay limp in her lap, the fog beaded in
a crystal hoar on her clothes. She did
not notice its growing chill nor the
rapid downcoming of the dark. Her
body was as motionless as a statue,
but her mind was like a still, rankly rankly-overgrown
overgrown rankly-overgrown lake, suddenly churned In Into
to Into activity by unexpected gales of
(Continued Tomorrow)
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to impaired digestion. When the
stomach fails to perform Its functions
properly the whole system becomes
deranged. A few doses of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They
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tion. digestion. Try it. Many others have been
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Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform examination for
teachers' certificates will be held in
Ocala beginning on Tuesday, Septem September
ber September 3, 1!12. The white applicants will
meet at the Ocala High School and the
colored at Howard Academy at 9 a. m.,
and all come prepared with paper, pens
and ink far the work. The usual fee
of $1 will b,? collected at the beginning
of the work. Very respectfully.
J. H. Brlnson, Supt.
Mr. W. S. tjiinsalu. a farmer living
near Fleming. Pa. says h- has used
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar Diarrhoea
rhoea Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for four fourteen
teen fourteen years, and that lie lias found it to
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i Continue--! fr jni Fir.-: Pa2e
tion line to a point 1335 feet east of
the northwest corner of the northeast
quarter of sec 1S-13-24, thence n 1320 j
ft, thence east on the quarter sec line
where it intersects the present coun county
ty county road in sec S-13-24. The river road
commencing at the sv cor of the swU
of sec 1C-13-24. thence north on the
section line to the to the ne cor of
the ne'i of sec S-13-24, thence west
on the half section line 13 feet,
where it intersects the present coun county
ty county road, we find these routes both very
desirable, free from ponds and
swamps, and easily built. We would,
therefore, highly recommend these
routes to your honorable body as be being
ing being very practical and desirable for
county roads. Read and on motion
of Commissioner Proctor, report was
received and proper advertisements
ordered made.
Letter by Mr. Frank A. Teague to
Mr. George MacKay as follows:
Lady Lake, Fla., Aug. 1, 1912.
Mr. Geo. MacKay, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir The county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of this county have asked me sev several
eral several times lately why the commission commissioners
ers commissioners of .Maricn had not complied with
their promise to complete the hard
road from North Lake Weir to the
county line. The commissioners and
people who assisted in building the
hard road from Idy Lake to the Ma
rion county line feci, and justly so,
that Marion county is in honor bound
to complete this road.
You were a member of the board of
county commissioners of Marion
county at the time, and will remem
ber that the commissioners of both
counties recognized the importance of
completing this road, as it was a part
of the most prominent highway
through central Florida. You will
also remember that both counties
promised to complete this road to
their respective county lines. Lake
county has complied with this prom
ise, building its road to the county
line two years ago.
Will you please remind the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners cf Marion that their part of
this road is still unfinished, and as assure
sure assure them that the people all alon
the line from Gainesville to Orlando
will be grateful, when this, the only
unfinished gap in the central high
way, is compietea.
Yours very truly,
Letter by Mr. George MacKay to
Mr. W. J. Crosby as follows:
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 5, 1912.
Hon. W. J. Crosby, Ocala. Fla.:
My Dear Sir Herewith I enclose
letter received from Mr. Teague,
which is self-exrlanatory. My inten intention
tion intention was to go before you, and I have
so promised in my letter to Mr. Tea Teague,
gue, Teague, but I find that I save to go away,
and that I will be very busy, and it is
just possible I cannot go to your
meetir. I would therefore, appreci appreciate
ate appreciate it if you could bring this matter
up. Tne old board win recollect tne
circumstances. We undoubtedly made
such promises to the Lake county
board as infuenced them in coming
to the line with their hard road. And
possibly, as you know, the new road
would be of little value to me person personally,
ally, personally, as I rarely use it. at the same
time a great many cf Marion county
tax payeis would use it, and it is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly a missing link on that
route. I would appreciate it if you
would take this up. and personally
write me a note of the board's decis decision
ion decision in order that I might send it to
Mr. Teague.
I recollect that Mr. Teague, one day
at Leesburg. asked me the question,
if Marion county really meant to
come to the line, and I advised him
that Marion's commissioners meant
exactlv what they wrote.
Letters read and filed.
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor it was ordered that the clerk in instruct
struct instruct Mr. Teague that it is the in intention
tention intention of this board in a few months
to begin work on and finish this road
to the Lake county line to connect
the North Lake Weir road to the
Leesburg-Orlando hard road.
Petition by Frank Isabell et al, as
follows: We, the undersigned, re respectfully
spectfully respectfully ask your honorable body
to lay out and open up a road as fol follows:
lows: follows: Commencing at nw cor of sw't
of sec 12, tp 17, r 22, e, thence south
on section line for one mile, where it
intersects with Summerfield and Le Le-on
on Le-on highway. Read, and on motion
was referred to Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor for investigation.
Letter by J. F. Register, at Altoona,
Fla., complaining of the Hodges Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company obstructing the public
roads with tree tops, and timber carts
tearing up the road. Read, and on
motion same was referred to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Henderson for attention.
Sheriff John P. Galloway filed re report
port report of cases in which fines and costs
were imposed in Marion county,
where the same became i. charge
against the sheriff, showing fines,
$1043; costs. $3nC.9S. Total, $1351.97.
Read and filed.
Justices A. O. Harper and Alexan Alexander
der Alexander Wynne filed reports showing no
business for July, 1912.
The following justices filed reports
of fines and casts imposed during Ju July,
ly, July, 1912:
Joseph Bell, county judge, fines,
$403; costs. $C27: J. W. Lyles. fines
$235. costs $150.93; Z. A. McClaran.
fines $50, costs $5.95; C. R. Veal, fines
$2 costs $7X3; R. C. Douglass, fines
$$o, costs $37.95: C. C. Curry, fines
$35.14. costs $39: J. O. Turnipseed.
fines $225, costs $79.5: P. A Ausley,
fines $25, costs $4.2". Which were
read and filed.
T.onds for licenses to carry rifle by
W. T. Gandy, C. B. Strickland, L. S.
Proctor and W. L. Gandy read and
Bonds for licenses to carry pistol
by C. H. Strickland. T. C. Connell. A.
II. Carter, X. L. Moore and J. G. Da Davis.
vis. Davis. r ;ul and approved.
Bond for license to carry rifle by
M. 11. Firzer and Mathew Neil held
Notary public bonds by J. W. Bor Borland
land Borland and K. t Muncaster read and
Heiort by mark and brand inspect-

or, J. D. Williams, for district No. 1,
read and filed.
Reports by mark and brand inspect inspectors
ors inspectors for districts No. S, 13 and 21, read
and filed.

Petition by W. A. Redding et al as
follows: We, the undersigned free freeholders
holders freeholders and citizens of Marion county.
Florida, hereby petition your honora
ble body to grant a public road be beginning
ginning beginning at the intersection of the
Ocala and Stokes Ferry hard road
with section line between sections S
and 19, tp 17, s, r 2, e, running
thence eastwardly along section line
between sections 17 and 2", 1G and 21,
13 and 22, 14 and 23, 13 and 24, of tp
17, s, r 2", e, sections IS and 19, 17
and 20. 1C and 21. 13 and 22, 14 and
13 and 24, tp 17. s, r 21, e, sec
tions IS and 19, 17 and 20, tp 17, s, r
e, there to intersect with the
Ocala and Pedro hard road or as near
to said line as may be practicable.
Read, and on motion of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Petteway, S. W. Jordan, C. L. Dean
and J. E. Gilbert were appointed com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, and W. A. Moorhead, sur surveyor,
veyor, surveyor, to mark, view and lay out the
most practical route, and report as
early as possible.
Commissioners I. P. Stevens, W. J.
Teuton and James Gore, appointed
under road petition by O. H. Rogers
et al, filed report recommending that
road be laid out as commencing in the
cross roads at Gibson's store, thence
running south 39 degrees, west in the
old road 44 chains to the quarter line
east of W. C. West's place, to the Nor Nor-walk
walk Nor-walk road, S0.SG chains, making a dis distance
tance distance of 1 5-8 miles. On motion of
Commissioner Henderson report was
received and road advertised for thir
ty days according to law.
The John Dozier Co. filed bids on
hay and oats for August, 1912. On
motion of Commissioner Proctor the
clerk was instructed to notify the su
perintendent of hard road construe
tion crew, repair crew superintend superintendent
ent superintendent and scrape crew superintendent
to purchase all hay and grain for
county from the John Dozier Co., un
til further orders.
Judge Bell filed certificates of con
viction in county judge's court.
Petition by D. E. Jones et al as fol
lows: We, the undersigned freehold
ers, and residing contiguous to the
route, do respectfully petition your
honorable body for the following
change and extension of the Oldtown
and Ocala public road, to-wit: Com
mencing at the west end of the Saw Sawdust
dust Sawdust Pond road and running west
ward along the section line dividing
12 and 13, and 11 and 14. a distance
of 31.50 chains, thence n 7' degrees.
west 1G chains, thence n 12 degrees,
w 23.G0 chains to the half section line,
thence west along the half section
of section 11 47.50 chains to the quar quarter
ter quarter section corner on the west line
section 11, all in tp 13, s, r 19, e, in
tersecting there with the public road
known as the Ocala, Blitchton and
Wacahoota road, following said road
to the southwest corner of the se
of the seVt of sec 3, tp 13, r 19, thence
west along the south line of sec 3 to
the Levy countv line, a distance of
3-4 mile. Read and on motion of
Commissioner Henderson was re referred
ferred referred to Commissioner Petteway for
investigation and report.
Petition by J. F. Hall et al as fol
lows: We, the undersigned citizens
and freeholders of Marion county, re
spectfully petition your honorable
body to make an extension on the
Fairfield and Sawdust Pond public
road as follows: Beginning on section
line between 1 2and 13, and extending
westward on section lines, or as near
as may be practical, between sections
11 and 14, 10 and 15 in tp 13, r 19, ex
tending to Levy county line, and in
tersecting with the Williston, Fant
ville and Ocala road, a distance o
approximately 2 miles and GV2 chains
Read and on motion of Commissioner
Henderson was referred to Commis
sioner Petteway for investigation and
Tax Collector W. H. Colbert filed
report of licenses issued during July
1912, showing amount collected for
state. $10.25, for county, $8.13.
Statement of H. & W. B. Drew re
turned for approved bills or invoices
Bill of Dr. J. B. Hall of Orange
Springs referred to Sheriff J. P. Gal
Requests of J. D. Robertson, A. J
Leavengood and W. B. Goodwin for
cancellation of tax certificates, ac
count of double assessments and er
rors referred Jo S. T. Sistrunk. clerk
circuit court, for investigation and at
letter by Hillsboro Dredging Co
read and filed.
Letter by L. LeGrand Hopkins, with
warrant to Calvin Archie, drawn in
error, read. Matter was referred to
S. T. Sistrunk, clerk circuit court, for
Bill of Judge Joseph Bell referred
to county attorneys for advice.
Copy of instructions by Hocker &
Duval, attorneys, as to election in dis district
trict district No. S, as to whether or not hogs
shall run at large, read and filed.
Letter by Gulf Refining Company,
asking about unpaid bill. The clerk
was instructed to write them for ap approved
proved approved bilL.
Petition by W. D. Turnley et al
compplaining of Messrs. Clarence and
Jack Camp closing public road run running
ning running east of golf links property in
Ocala. read and referred to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Carmichael for investigation
and report.
Letter by Moeschal-Edwards Corru Corrugating
gating Corrugating Co., read and filed.
Letter by the Petrolithlc Good
Roads Development Co., read and fil filed.
ed. filed. Letter by Edward Johnson, with
bill by C. A. Carter and J. L. Carter,
account cutting logs from road from

Leroy to Heidtville P. read and
on motion of Commissioner Petteway
refused, as this is not a public coun county
ty county road.
Bill of Ocala Well Drilling Co., held
in hold-over file, ordered refused.
Petition by Mr. W. W. Condon for
reduction in tax assessment on two
lots in lot S, Caldwell's ad, Ocala, read
and on motion was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Carmichael for attention.
Bill of Ix)uis P. Waterman for costs
and expenses amounting to $253.43,
was referred to State's Attorney E.
W. Davis, who approved the bill, same
was ordered paid, and warrant drawn
Letter by W. V. Knott, comptroller,
relative to tax certificates on nwU
4-15-21. read and filed.
S. W. Petteway. commissioner in
charge, filed his report on county poor
farm, or infirmary, as follows:

To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Marion Co., Fla.:
Gentlemen Please allow me to of
fer to you a very poor and hurried re report
port report of the condition of the county
poor farm, or rather, now so-called
county hospital for the infirm.
I have visited this institution twice
this month, and find six inmates, two
white and four colored, all of whom
are in their usual feeble condition.
Mr. Gardner, the present superin
tendent, is from my observation, do
ing his whole duty, all inmates ex
pressing themselves as being well sat
isfied. As j'ou know the board ad
journed last Monday, the bills were
approved in my absence, all of which
I have examined and found to be in
line and correct.
Th'e appended statement for month
of July shows total expenditures to
the amount of $149.96, which includes
salary of superintendent.
Respectfully submitted,
Commissioner in Charge.
Report read and filed.
The question of a road traction en engine
gine engine was again taken up and discuss discussed.
ed. discussed. On motion of Commissioner Pet Petteway
teway Petteway Chairman Crosby and Commis
sioner carmicnaei were appointed a
committee to close agreement with
the Rumley Products Co., for one
45-h. p. oil pull tractor engine, as per
bid submitted by the Rumley Pro
ducts Co., of LaPorte, Ind., and rep
resented by Mr. C. N. Payne of Nash
ville, Tenn, agreement to be prepar
ed by county attorneys and submitted
to board of county commissioners for
approval, and to close agreement with
the Troy Wagon Works Co., of Troy,
Ohio, for 6 R-3, 8-in. tire tractor wag
ons as per bid.
Petition by B. H. Seymour et al as
follows: We, the undersigned vot
ers and freeholders, petition your
honorable body to grant us a public
road, to-wit: Commencing at a point
on the quarter section line of sec S,
tp 15, r 22, where the Anthony hard
road intersects the said quarter sec
tion line, thence running west along
the said line to intersect the Kendrick
hard road; also beginning at city lim limits
its limits on North Magnolia street on sec section
tion section line between sections 7 and 8,
thence north along said line to cor of
sw cor of nwU of sec 8, tp 15, r 22.
Read, and on motion of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Carmichael it was ordered that pe petition
tition petition be accepted, and road ordered
opened up at expense of petitioners,
provided quit claim deed for right of
way is furnished.
Letter and booklet by the Texas
Company on road oiling, received and
Letter and booklet by the Champion
Supply Company received and filed.
Circular and booklet by the Good
Roads Machinery Co., of Kenneth
Square, Pa., read and filed.
Circular by A. L. Greenberg Iron
Co., received and filed.
Statement of account by Ocala
Lumber and Supply Company receiv received.
ed. received. Clerk is instructed to advise this
company that the county must have
approved Invoices.
Letter and booklet by Quick Un
loading Car Chute Co., of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., received and filed.
Letter and circular by Valley Oil
Co., of Cleveland, O., received and fil filed.
ed. filed. Letter and circular by American
Metal Culvert Co., of Atlanta, Ga., re received
ceived received and filed.
Letter and booklet by Home Fence
Co., of Cincinnati, O., received and
All bills and demands audited and
approved were ordered paid.
No further business coming before
the board, on motion it was adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned until its next regular meeting, un unless
less unless sooner convened by the chair chairman,
man, chairman, of. which action due and timely
notice will be given.
(Continued from First Pag)
Merchan; Hard Rock. C. A. Adams,
principal. Adella Wood-, Fanny Uutler,
assistant? and one unsupplied : We We-tumpka.
tumpka. We-tumpka. L. J. Wilkerson: Blaze Pond,
Fanny FJeatty, teacher. Diana Adams,
monitor: Klmwool, Lulu K. Haile;
Pint- Grove. II. H. William-, teacher.
Annie Jarr.e.-. monitor: Bethlehem,
Lottie Street, teacher. Josie Haines,
monitor: Wesley Chapel, Frances
Jackson: Hos Pond, Fanny M. Rus.:
St. Peters, Juanita Thompson: Magno Magnolia.
lia. Magnolia. Rose K. Black: Sulphur Springs,
Elonza Keitt. teacher. Hva Blackwell.
monitor: Freestone, Marie .1. Camp Campbell:
bell: Campbell: Palmetto. J. J. Jam--: Evergreen,
Bessie V. Cunningham: Mt. Pleasant,
Isa'.el Richardson: Montague, E. B.
Mpi'ar.:-. principal, Marion McCant.
assistant; Roper Farm, W. II. Burrell:
Mt. Pe!:-r, Carrie Cooper: Mt. Royal.
Ada L Austin, principal, assistant un un-suppliei:
suppliei: un-suppliei: Christian. Elonza Col well;
Stanton. Annie 1. Croom; Rock snk,
Sadie J. Hosan: Jerusalem. Laura
Adams: Silver Springs, Mary Harmon:
Mt. olive. Theresa Lorsey. teaeher.
Dorothy Woodward, monitor: River Riverside,
side, Riverside, Httie M. Harris; Hopewell.
Nancy Jones, principal, as.-istant un un-supplied;
supplied; un-supplied; Rla'k Sink. Ella Hulnurt;
Hawthorne. Bertha L Jones, teacher,
Lillian Harvey, monitor; Baldwin, un-

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Following arc fust a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in our Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
itoll and Flat Top Desk, Typewriter Iek, Ktonojrraphrr
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Ktc.
For the Dining Room
. Handsome Hound or Square Extension Tables Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, liouffet, China Closet. China
Dinner Sets. Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahoffanj, Oak, Willow or Mission Otiairs, Straight
Harked or Hookers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpet llo
Bedroom Furniture
Ileantiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Hirdseye
Maple or .Mahogany. Heautiful Iron and llras Heds in over Fifty
.Different Varieties and Prices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffonier)! and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Hefrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Trice Desired. Stoves and Itanges
n Either Wood or Oil liurncrs. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired In Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Hifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc, In the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everytlung for the Horse or Veliicle.
PHONE 47 North MagnoliaSt. OCALA, FLA.

.supplied; Oransc Creek. Mamie C.
Morrison; Litx.-rty Chapel. Cherry
Brown; Jacob's Well. Martha Craw Crawford;.
ford;. Crawford;. Waeula. Mary Wilson; Hope, un un-supplied:
supplied: un-supplied: Mt. Carmel. Ito.-a Harvey;
Romeo, Martha Simmons; Fort McCoy,
Lulu Baldwin; Dallas. E-telle Will Williams;
iams; Williams; Candler. unupplieJ.
Afternoon sedoii
The board took up the matter of se securing
curing securing a satisfactory lealer for the
school books of the county. Upon in
vitation Mr. B. A. Weather?, who had.
handled the books in v-irs past, came
bt-fore the board and li.u.ed many
points connected with the handling of
the books.
Prof. J. L Wiley called and reported
to the board the progress in erecting
new buildings at Fcssenden Academy
durins the summer. These consist of
a laundry ;md primary building and
are srood house.
Henry Stephenson and other natron."
of the St. Peters school called to pro protest
test protest aarainst the appointment of the
teacher listed for their school. The
board agreed not to appoint her.

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Phone 293, Ocala, Fla.
The matter of making arrangements
for some one to take up the issues of
warrants for the year, both county and
district, was taken up. In conference
with lr. Boozer, president of the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank, is wa agreed that the
arrangement of the preceding year
would continue, via: that the bank
would take up at par all warrants,
both county and district, issued for
the ordinary lines of expenditure and
that interest at nix per cent shall be be-uln
uln be-uln to accrue from time of their being
taken rip and continue until they are
redeemed by the county treasurer.
The matter of a dealer In school
books beiny under consideration and
r, i t b''n.-Tl t !n Ktirtit Mnyvri Dran.
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tham and Blitch axreel to leave the
matter in the hands of the chairman
and secretary to settle.
The minute of the last meeting
were read and approved aa recorded.
No further business appearing; the
board adjourned to meet In regular
session on Monday, September 2, 1912,
and not on Tuesday as the teacheri 'ex 'examinations
aminations 'examinations will begin on that date.
J. II. Ilrinson, Secretary.