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OCALA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1912.
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Official Iteport of the I'rocrrdlnic at
the Votrmlier Mecllnie f
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 7, i:12.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county, Florida met ia
regular session as per adjournment.
Present: Hon. V. J. Crosby, chair chairman;
man; chairman; C. Carrnichael. M. M. Proctor
and Y. T. Henderson, commission commissioners.
ers. commissioners. On motion the reading of the min minutes
utes minutes of the last meeting was deferred
to another hour.
..Ira. E. ('. Horsey appeared and
complained of her tax assessment n
a city lot in Ocala remainine: tlx tlx-same
same tlx-same as it was prior to a sale and
a subsequent assessment made to
purchaser under her prior to January
1, 111 1 and asked that her assess assessment
ment assessment be reduced $l"0. On report of
Tax Assessor Aver and statement by
J. II. .Moorhead,' it was ordered that
Tax Collector Colbert is authorized
to reduce assessment to .Mrs. E. C.
Horsey $', and report same as er error.
ror. error. Mr. N. A. Fort appeared and pre
sented his work as enumerator of the
mining, agricultural, horticultural
and industrial resources of the conn-
ty. On motion of Commissioner Car Carrnichael
rnichael Carrnichael it was ordered that the re report
port report as submitted be approved.
Messrs. J. H. Pressley and John
Tafelmayer appeared and objected to
the West Anthony road going through
their property, and wished their pro protest
test protest entered against the granting of
On motion board adjourned until
1 ::) p. in., for dinner.
Hoard met pursuant to adjourn adjournment.
ment. adjournment. All members present except
Mr. O. H. Sias appeared and com complained
plained complained of tax assessmetn on lot 2 of
block 5, Belleview, as a double, an 1
upon report by Mr. Alfred Ayer, tax
assessor, on motion the tax collector
.$ 1 sT ".
Report read and filed.
On : of ion treasurer was instructed
to transfer SI'hm from fine and for forfeiture
feiture forfeiture account to road fund.
Mark and brand inspectors for dis districts
tricts districts No. 1. 1;, 17, 21 and 21 filed re reports,
ports, reports, which were read and filed.
Reports by Justices H. W. Douk Douk-lcss
lcss Douk-lcss and C. C. Curry phowing no fines
or costs imposed during October,
1!!2. :ead and filed.
Reports by the following named
justices, showing fines and costs im imposed
posed imposed during O.-tober. !!!' read ard
J. V. I. vies, fines. SOl :
Z. A. Mcf'iaren. f'nes
Alexander Wynne, fines. .."
J. O. Turnipseed, fines, $"
Hoard adjourned until Friday. 7
Veal, fir.es ?fi; costs
; pr-viou.ly aree J upon f or a new
I buiMinsr at a i:e between Stanton
jan-1 Weirs lale :hat hal been selected
jar..l j-eiitjonei for. After discussion
jtr.e county boarJ azreel that they
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment
with all members present, Mr. Pette Petteway
way Petteway having arrived from Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Trie last minutes of the board were
read and approved.
Letter by Dr. H. W. Henry of Ok
lawaha calling attention to the desti desti-trte
trte desti-trte condition : one Arthur Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, read and on motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Proctor it was ordered that
warrant be diawn for $." per month
and sent to Dr. Henry for relief of Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Patterson.
Report of Henry Cordon, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of hard road construction as
follows, read and filed:
"I have just completed moving
camp. I scraped rb ut six miles 01
road and Viilt t' ree fills, and ",
yards of road. H ive had considerable
was ordered to cancel assessment as (.hnis and feVeI ,)Ut aI, ar? mucJ, b,'
to lot 2, DlocK o, Uelleview, and re
port same as error in assessment.
1 V Will 111 loo iUllvl I 1 CilUCi rJii US uw
-a w a e I
.Mr. 1. u. ugie appeareu anu com- pointP(, a romniUtce of one to aee th,
piaineu or tax assessment on vys o;
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HAVI HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
B. A. Drii, 827 Washington St., CoanerTilI
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For Salr by Antl-Moaopoly Drua;atre
lot 7 and all of lot S, block 19, All
red's add to Ocala. Tax Assessor
Ayer was called in, and on motion of
Commissioner Henderson it was or ordered
dered ordered that tax collector collect taxes
on a valuation of $S0 and report ex excess
cess excess as error against tax assessor.
Mr. W. T. Gaudy appealed and com complained
plained complained of conditions of Starke's Fer Ferry,
ry, Ferry, and asked an increase in salary,
saying he could not keep up ferry at
present prices paid. On motion of
Commissioner Proctor his resignation j
as ferryman at Starke's Ferry was ae- j
Mr. Sanchez, of the Foster and
Raymond Publishing Company, a;
peared and asked a renewal of their 1
advertisement contract with Marion
county for the year 10H. On motion
of Commissioner Carrnichael it was
ordered that the contract be renew renewed
ed renewed for 1911 at same price as that of
1912, or $225 per annum, and that the
chairman sign the contract
Petition by the Florida National
Land Company, by W. M. Jones, sec secretary,
retary, secretary, et rl., as follows: We, the
undersigned freeholders, ask that you
grant us the following road to be ex extended,
tended, extended, which will then serve the
people cf Pedro with a good road to
Dallas and Summerfleld, and contin continue
ue continue the present Dallas and Pedro
road east on half section line cf sec
25, tp 17, r 22 and on through half
sei tion line cf sec CO.. Ip 17, r 23, un until
til until it intersects with Summerfleld and
Dalas read, a distance c : about one
and one half miles. On motion of
Commissioner Proctor it was granted
and ordered posted.
Bonds for license to carry rifle by
R. H. Redding and E. O. Harrell read
Bonds for license to carry pistol by
Alice Roller, D. B. Brinson. Frank S.
Keep, Otis G. Stanbrough, A. B.
Mock, V. Y. Capp and A. .1. Jernigan
were lead and approved.
Notice and affidavit of publication
of application for permit to sell li liquors,
quors, liquors, wines and beer in election dis district
trict district No. 1, by Jesse O'Neal, were
read. No objections to the granting
of s?id license having been filed on
motion permit was ordered gi anted.
Verdict of coronor's Jury in inqui inquisition
sition inquisition over the dead body of John
Smith read and filed.
Mr. John P. Galloway filed-report
of cases in which fines and costs were
imposed in Marion county and
chargeable to the sheiif' which was
read and approved.
Jchn M. Graham, treasurer, filed re report
port report of receipts and disbursements
for October, 1912, showing:
OffU-inl Iteport of the PriM-eetllnsn at
the Novemltrr Meetinc of the
lloaril of I'll It I Ir lnt rucllon
T'-.a i..j;ir.l of public instruction for
Marion county mt-1 in regular c:on
n WV'lnf-sday. November. 6. r.l', with
all rii-:n!-r pr--nt and acting as
follow.-: V. I. Carn. chairman. R R.
r.li'.h and J. S. Grantham, member,
.tr; 1 J. H. Hrinson. secretary.
W. I i. Uurrell. teacher, an.l E. A.
Maxcv. supervisor of Itoper Farm c!-r-.
1 s. ;io.l, called and asked for ma
terial to furnished for a Jlut for
-.!. ol hou.-e. Also a heatt-r was
r-i :-t d. It was agreed that the
'ounty would furnish the brick and
:iit rial for the Hue and the people
of thf community would put it up and
al-o there would be a lieater furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Messrs. II. .S. Hall and W. T. Gary
of ala. members of the school house
building committee, called and visited
the proposed site for the location of
the iiw buildings with the county
board and agreed to make the follow following
ing following recommendation to the county
board: To the School Board of Marion
'ounty. Fla.. Gentlemen: We. the com committee
mittee committee appointed by your honorable
board to select a locat'on for the pro proposed
posed proposed building or buildings for the
Ocala school, recommend the purchase
of the city block just across the street,
south, of the property of Mrs. M. I-.
J.ayne, also the west half of the city
lot owned by Dr. J. II. Cliace. south ef
the tir.-t described property, also the
full city block immediately in front
of tiie home of Mr. J. II. Moorhead.
Signed: Y. I). Cam. chairman. W. T.
Gary, for the committee.
Mr. .1. 15. Trotter, supervisor of the
Homeland school, called and request request-til
til request-til that a heater be granted his school,
which was done.
Messrs. It. L. Clyburn and .1. V.
Davis, trustees of the Summerfiel.r'
district, called and presented a num number
ber number of bills in settlement of the ac accounts
counts accounts for the erecting of the new
school building. It was found that
there was due by the county about
of the county appropriation for the
building and after passing upon the
several bills it was ordered that the
amount due ,y the county be drawn
from county funds and the remainder
from district funds.
Mr. (i. V. Neville, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Dunnellon school, called
and presented a number of bills for
itiavment lie also e.illeil nn a r..irnpt
sicklier, principally il ,
ter from the principal exhibiting the
work done in the school and by the
Mr. W. Matchett. one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Fort McCoy school, called
and presented teachers' reports and
made request that the board grant a
third teacher or monitor and recom recommended
mended recommended Mrs. Anderson for the posi position.
tion. position. As the average shown was more
than required regularly by the board
for granting a third teacher upon, it
was agreed that the board would
grant a regular third teacher to be
supplied as soon as possible.
Messrs. C. J. Proctor and D. C.
Stanley. trustees of the Itelleview
school, called and made request that
the salaries of the teachers be allow allowed
ed allowed as at first fixed. It was explained
that the certificate of the assistant
was not such as the board had con-
order B. F. Minims, V. H. Hamilton I templated and that they were being
paid as much as could be done with without
out without setting aside the regulations of
the board in regard to fixing salaries
with a maximum limit for the second
and third grades of certificates.
The matter of the report of the
Ocala building committee came up and
it was agreed to accept the report of
jwouli n t make any
( a n y ne w bu i 1 1 '. n at
,i: i-in-i on one ide
!::o.d. that thev
tKC,v the agreement
different fed stuff and grocery deal dealers
ers dealers and get best prices for month of
Notary public bond by .1. T. Lancas Lancaster,
ter, Lancaster, with George J. Blitch and J. C.
Boozer as sureties, road and approv approved.
ed. approved. Commissioners under petition of J.
A. Talton et al filed report as follows:
According to your order concern concerning
ing concerning the locating of a public road as
described by petitions herein append appended
ed appended by petitioners in Span precinct
and Anthony precinct, in which said
and Borneo Peebles were directed to
act as a committee to view and lay
out a mute for said road, said com committee
mittee committee !" ieby recommends that tho
routes petitioned for by the said tw.i
petitions from said Sparr precinct
and Anthony precinct are in our opin- the committee and to purchase the
ion the best that can be obtained, and lots at the following prices: the lot
immediately south of Mrs. Laync's
property at flT.OO; the half block from
Dr. .1. i:. Chace for .$1000 with interest
to be added that has accrued since his
purchase, and the lot in front of Mr.
.1. It. Moorhead's residence at 2:.00.
these amounts to be deducted from
line 'J! l-lll.ll amount iiui iiie tuumj
we recommend the rnm Read, and
on motion the same was ordered laid
over until the next meeting of th?
Letter by Southern Service Cor Corporation
poration Corporation of Florida read and filed.
Ceil. II. W. Long appeared in b-; a-reed to donate to the building fund
half of Melvina Bobbins of Marte!, which was .i:.000. provided a private
Fla., and asked the recommendation ;,lonatio of 10.000 be made by the
citizens of the district ana t;ie district
of the board to the comptroller to b'j
allowed to redeem the outstanding tax
certificates on seU of neVj and s'.
of neli of seU. sec 0-15-21. at face
value of certificates and omitted
yeai's taxes without interest.
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor request was granted.
Messis. C. Carrnichael and Georg
appropriate S-'.OOO from district funds,
thus making a fund of $30,000 availa available.
ble. available. The board adjourned for noon.
WrilneMilny Afternoon elon
A eommlttee consisting of a num number
ber number of the most prominent citizens of
o ala re present in g the board of trade.
I called and presented an agreement
'that the Marion County Fair Associa
tion had proposed with reference to
MacKay were appointed a committee giving Friday after Thanksgiving a
to investigate the contract for ne v.a fair hoiidiy upon which the schools
jail and make report at the ntt I 'Hsmisse.i i..r me purpose oi
..it i .1. i .allowing thf
meeting oi ine uuani as to itie kiu :
of steel used and ;o be used in hos hospital
pital hospital ward of new jail.
Mr. l':::'o representing the
llomelv C.i.. traction engine
':ule statement lvlativo
teachers and children to
visit the Mir and to allow the salaries
of the teaciiers to as if the time
'jhal been taught. The fair manae-
men! proposed to admit children under
: 1 years of ae free and those oiler
'"'at half price. It was afterwards
agreed that those schools wishing to
d- so (..ill dismiss as requested pro-
On mntion i,.,;,ril a ,1 io! i rne.l for din-1 vi led they attended the fair but in no
! ivi; it .. onnstrued that thev
woull be allowed to dismiss for other
purpose or decline to attend the fair
. and cla;m mv f-'-r the time, it was also
Board met pursuant to adjournment J- r 0,mi.tee that call.
ed upon the board that the railroads
entering Ocala be requested to grant
sT ial rates f ,r t':- occasion an 1 run
e-ra trains so far as possible to
with all members present.
Mr. Kichlino appeared and a?kc 1
the recomnnqu! it! n of the board to
nllnw .Inn V D'lKes To redeem th
.immolate tne t'eotoe
outstanding tax cert ificatos on !os;.(n, on ,ST
22. 2::. 11 and 12 Borland Bros, sub- j r J. A. Reynolds, supervisor of
value rf c"- the Lake Bryant school, caue-i an-i
i de re.ues
division ot i itr;.. at lace aiue
tificates and omitted years'
without interest. On nution
desiring to at-
County Proper Find
Balance $ 22.:'e.
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
furnished his s-
mterest. un nuiion ,r. ..,..
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was refert'd to Commisio:ier Crosb.. f,.r several of
for investigatiioi and v port at next
meeting of Th board.
TTiif Juhn Dozier Co.. .Tale Pro a;-.
and H. B. Masters Co.. filed bids
fiirirV.iing count v feci stuffs and
r e- ;-
i r. -1
'. u r. l : y
- h as
a n i
.no! rr that some
ortation be provided
:':-e children of the
so:r.e other school.
f the r.atron3
eeris for Nov :n'e
eonsidt'i'a; ; m t 'a- r o
wore itist; eti'd ; ; !-'( : a:
from M r. .T.-ke B
.1 Buttgenbacb VV Ci
presented certificate by Doctors Las Las-kin
kin Las-kin and Griffith relative to the con condition
dition condition of one H. Smith. On motion
clerk was instructed to advise
j v. r
mixing the Kle-tra school
u-r had moved to the Key
it atrontz-it very
f .eir.g able to ma:n:a;r, t ie
f sev.-:i as re
the present site
of the neighbor neighbor-were
were neighbor-were willing to
-'"j provided the district
ate -t.O and the patrons of
to dona:. dona:.-would
would dona:.-would d-:
tr.e sc.p.oi t a- remainder of $400.
los. I. Wiley, principal of Fessen-
leii Academy, called and made report
of the building of two new houses
'luring the summer and requested the
board to settle an account for build building
ing building material with the Roess Lumber
'o.. which was agreed to by the board.
He also reported that Dr. II. C. Groves
had donated a blacksmith shop outfit
by paying a bill for thi?
amounting to fi'JO.lS which
C:i:.re wis. supervisor of
Jerusal.-m colored school, called
made request for a monitor to be
pointed for their school but the
quest was declined as the average
was not unusually large for one teach teacher.
er. teacher. A committee consisting of several
of the prominent colored citizens of
cala representing the interests of
Howard Academy, called and discuss discussed
ed discussed with the board the necessity for
more room for thr work at the acad academy.
emy. academy. It was agreed that for the pres present
ent present term tiie monitor in the primary
department would be continued and
the matter of more room would be
taken up next year.
Prof. Workman, principal of the
Ocala school, called and presented a
statement of the work of the eighth
grade teacher and recommended that
the salary be increased. The matter
was discussed later by the board and
tiie request declined.
The board adjourned for the day.
Minutes of the preceding meeting
were read and approved.
Mr. J. F. Barker of the Homeland
school, called and discussed some fea fea-tur.
tur. fea-tur. s of the school.
The teachers' reports were examined
and their accounts ordered paid.
It was noticed that the average re reported
ported reported for the last month at the Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick school was less than the requir required
ed required average but there was a letter pre presented
sented presented from the principal explaining
the decline in the average from sick sickness
ness sickness and that the average attendance
now is nearly forty. It was ordered
that the school he continued with two
A communication from Daniel Wood Woodward,
ward, Woodward, supervisor of the Gum Spring
colored school was presented in re regard
gard regard to the putting down of a well. It
was agreed that the county would
furnish the material for the well and
allow the sio offered by Mr. S. F. Rou
to apply on the expense of putting It
down, the remainder to be furnished
by the patrons of the school.
A request for six desks to be fur furnished
nished furnished the Belleview school was
school that a
10 per month.
A request from the .Summerfleld
school for 2T, single desks and a teach teachers'
ers' teachers' desk was granted.
A communication from Messrs. J. J.
Guthery and .1. B. Turnipseed. setting
forth that there were but two trustees
of the Kendriek school within the dis district,
trict, district, and recommending Mr. W. R.
Livingston for appointment as the
third trustee. was presented and
The resignation of Mr. ( C Curry
as one of tiie trustees of the Pleasant
Hill school on account of moving from
the community, was presented and it
was ordered that it be accepted and
the people requested to make recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of a suitable person to be
appointed in his stead.
A request from the teacher and
monitor of the Hopewell school for an
increase in their salaries was present presented
ed presented and declined.
A communication from Mr. C R.
Veal, secretary of the W. o. W. lodue
of Martel. was presented in which
notice was given that the insurance
on the hall, which is also the school
house, would expire in December and
offering to pay a part of the premium
for renewal. It was observed that the
county already hell a policy on the
building with the other school build buildings
ings buildings of the county but that the matter
would be taken up with the lodge
A letter of resignation as supervisor
of tiie Key Bond school was present presented
ed presented from Mr. B. o. ( rdery and accept accepted.
ed. accepted. The appointment of a successor
was deferred until the next meeting
from the Wetumpka
mon'tor be allowed was
a salary not to exceed
ed upon the
A letter of resignation from Mr. N.
A. Noble as supervisor of the Borneo
school was presented and it was or ordered
dered ordered that Mr. T. Hutchins be ap appointed
pointed appointed to fill '"e unexpired t-rti.
A letter of request from th teachr
of the Magnolia colored school f..r in in-.
. in-. reisei pay f-r teaching a number of
-.ad come from the Hog
was presented and refus refus-ground
ground refus-ground that the number
not unusually large for
letter "f request from Fanny A.
B.eatty. ea. her of the Blaze Bond
colored s. ho..l. that a warrant. No.
!'::;. that had be.-n lost be duplicat duplicated
ed duplicated It was ordered that f the original
v arrant h ret come into trie banks,
a duplicate be issuel.
A p-i'.i--' from S m rr.er field for help
m buying a piano for the school was
presented and refused for the reason
that the county makes no appropria appropriations
tions appropriations for this purpose.
A b-tter from Miss A. M. Woods, one
of the teacher-- in the Hard Rook
s ho .1 at Dunn-llon. was presented in
which she presented her resignation,
whi h was accepted hv the board.
A request from the trustees of the
For: Mr-Coy school for several items
of apparatus was presentel and it
was agreed to supply a primary read-
: g chart, as
:ir 1 at
..-;.- regulation-. It was a ree 1
i :.. th..-re sh.ojll '.e a teacher Jut Jut-'
' Jut-' r.ishe l :f oi..-- c'-uil be se- tired.
! James Bass, -up-rvi.-or of the ?tan-
:ton i--l-"red school, called an 1 pre-
s-. nted a plat of the location of the
A re ;-:est fr ,:n the
r ve;;ty s:r.- desk
r t i r. e r :t L .a t e
-.! and grant
they had been ordrei.
i-e of a globe was a
e'tbd by the trustees,
r cr. the Anthony school
o be supp!iS
-m wa- pre-
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Italy Grt. Parmasan
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Philadelphia Cream Cheese in jars
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Shell ords Snappy Cheese in tin (oil
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" M small
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Boneless Anchovies in oil
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44 Socp Tablets iOc
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44 44 large 44 60c
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ocala ::::::: Florida
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EOLD WEATHER KOHFORTS
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ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It la so easy to come here and
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also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
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heir school an 1 male re re-the
the re-the county hoard would
make the same allowance to the school
for erectir.ir a new buiMinar at the
it' of the j resent school a had been
j v.-i -f- -atis zlv'-n that Mr.
' I-lmM-iiih. one r-t th- trust-.
commur.lTv nn-l it wa? requested that
Mr. R P. Far.t Se appointed to fill out
h.vl mvI from the
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
THE HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
rm. Sam was trrantfi.
r-r. option to exchange ih
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European Plan $1.50 per Day and Uq-Ward
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. TDOS. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr.
OCALA EVENING ST A It. THlilsllAV, NOVEMBElt 14. llJf
OCALA EVENING STAR
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Rittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
U. II. Carroll, Huslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflee at Ckala,
Fla.. as !econ l cla3 mail matter.
Munlrr, Vttrmptrtl ltapr anil toothrr
Murder I'erprlratrd a Flenl
0K OF TIIK WORST
Marlon county stand aha.-t at th th-horror
horror th-horror of the crime committed near
An esteemed and venerable man. a
younj? woman respected by all and
loved by not a few. In a M'Jiet little
home, one of those homes it should be
the special aim of society to protect,
where bright youni? womanhood
cheered the peaceful day of declining
asre. was in an hour and to satisfy the
lust of a brute, torn a.und-r and sunk
In a bloody srave.
This Kirl. of whom all her neigh neighbors
bors neighbors fpeak in respect and kindness,
evidently trusting in one who she be believed
lieved believed a reliable servant, was decoy decoyed
ed decoyed from her home to the lone .pot
where her body wax found, and there,
finding too late, that she was con confronted
fronted confronted with an Inhuman brute, laid
down her life In defense of what to her
and her friends was far more valuable
than life. Gashed and rippd as?ain
and again with the cruel steel, she
kept up the nj?ht until the rates of
death swung open to close between
her and harm forevermore.
Committing such a crime would
have sickened anything human out of
all power to do anymore than crawl
away from the scene of the awful act.
But the brute that did this deed had
no soul he went back to the house
and secured his employer's shotgun
and committed another deed only" sec second
ond second In horror to the first, by killing
the defenseless old man.
The hideous terror of this double
crime comes, home to the souls of the
southern people with a fierceness that
those who live In other parts of the
world cannot comprehend.
A general feeling of satisfaction
pervades the city over the neat and
expeditious way In which the men
from Mcintosh or Anthony, or wher wherever
ever wherever they came from, carried out the
work of lynching the negro Niles.
Seldom has such an operation been so
Nobody blames the officers of the
law, who were taken unawares, and
everybody is glad that no useful life
was lost in defending a brute who
met a fate much more merciful than
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Pbone 351 Stall No. 5
yesterday afternoon of V.l-
.1. I Hurgessi at
learned that Mr.
daughter. Mis Mary
Mcluto.-h. it was
uruiajty m u pirey, . -- - -Thtar
reporter secured a ra;hic
i account of the horrible crime inj.-
morning from Deputy Sneriff W. P.
'Welch, who serves that section for
I both Marion anl Alachua counties as
'deoutw Mr. Welch and Dr. I. Durgin
'came to the city this
I After the killing of
was discovered about
'neighbors bein attracted to t
j by the reports of th gun. it
'hour and a half before the
, daughter- body was found
i n the
thicket 100 yards from their horn.
The old man's body was found in the
public road a quarter of a mile from
the house and it is thought he was
going for help, either knowing or sus suspecting
pecting suspecting that his granddaughter had
been killed. The family lived in the
old Central school house, which they
had purchased and the little tract of
land that they farmed, together with
the old man's pension made for them a
very comfortable home.
The evidence developed the fact that
the girl was killed first as her body
was cold when found. As she and the
I om man were nom seen on ine porcn
at 10 o'clock, she must have been kill killed
ed killed sometime between that time and
the discovery of the old man's body.
The people there
ed the old man
fearing he knew
think the negro kill kill-to
to kill-to hide the crime,
say that Mary Stev-
ens' was from 18
to 22 years of age.
Hhe was a strong, vigorous pirl and
male a brave fisht for her life and
honor. Her body was found in a lit little
tle little palmetto thicket beneath a .small
oak tree. The body was almost nude
and twisted in fearful shape from the
horrible death striatic with the blaek
brute. Her hat was forty feet from
where the body was found -and part
of her outer elothins was Kone and
up to this morning had not been ilia ilia-covered.
covered. ilia-covered. The clothes she wore were
torn into rihbons and saturated with
blood. The head was almost fevered
from the body, there were at least ten
stabs in the breast and two ribs were
laid bare by the urreat slashes of the
knife and in the small of tlu back
and side 'lie body was cut open to the
hollow. She had draped herself
twelve feet from where she was cut
to pieces before death came to relieve
Dr. Clark Walkup. who examined the
body, dot s not think the fiend accom accomplished
plished accomplished his purpose on the body, but
the other persons who saw the body
think he did. The prround was torn up
for quite a distance about the death
scene and the struarles of the poor
pirl must have been fearful.
In the house Deputy Welch found
the murdered man's un, with which
the murderer shot nurses. One bar barrel
rel barrel had been discharged and the other
contained a shell, the shot and wads
corresponding to those in the old
man's face. The sun was hidden be behind
hind behind tho bed.
The house had been ransacked
most of the clothins and all of
better garments of the dead cirl were
taken, which gives weight to the be belief
lief belief that a negro girl assisted in the
crime. The neighbors did not And
sufficient clothing to bury the girl in.
On the body of the murdered man
$100 was found in a small pocketbook.
sewed inside his underclothes. He
had another pocketbook, which was
found near the body, its contents hav having
ing having been removed, and It is thought it
had contained a large sum of money.
Triest. or "Preacher" Niles, a big
chunky negro boy. 1! or 2rt years of
aire, boarded the train at Kvinston, a
short distance above the scene of the
tragedy, as It passed at 2 o'clock, on
the off side. He paid cash fare and
carried a single-barrel shotgun. Pe Pe-fore
fore Pe-fore the train reached Gainesville
Deputy Welch found sufficient evi evidence
dence evidence to justify his arrest and wired
the sheriff's office at Gainesville to
look for the man. Deputy Pinkoson
met tiie train and came near being too
late, as his man was walking off when
the conductor pointed him out to the
officer. When arrested Niles said his
name was something else but he was
placed in jail. In the meantime. Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Ramsey of Alachua county, with a
deputy and bloodhounds had gone to
Mcintosh in a car to take up the trail.
Mr. Welch searched the house of
John Archer, with whom Xiles lived,
half a mile from the Purgess place,
finding the bloody and torn clothes of
Xiles and a large pocket knife cov covered
ered covered with blood.
Arriving at Mcintosh. Sheriff Ram Ramsey
sey Ramsey arrested a negro girl by the name
of Harrison, and a boy by the name
of Sam Washington as suspects.
Washington was hauling lumber to
Mr. Wood's place, which took him past
the scene of the old man's death. He
said Xiles got on his wagon and Tode
a short distance but got off before
they reached the place where the kill killing
ing killing took place, and that he was joined
by the Harrison girl. This statement
varied and was conflicting, though.
The Harrison girl told the neighbors
that Miss Mary gave her a lot of her
best clothes several days ago. It is
thought by some that the Harrison
girl enticed Miss Stevens t the
place where she was killed,
gro girl lived within sight of
gess place and Washington
Hvinston. These two were
The Tie Tie-the
the Tie-the Rur-
Gainesville by Sheriff Ramsey.
Sheriff Galloway and Judse Dell,
who went to Mcintosh yesterday t
hold the inquest, returned again this
morning in Judge P.elTs car to look
further into the case. The funeral- of
the two victims will be held this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and the bodies will be laid to
rest in the little family burial sround
right on the farm.
A brother of Mary Stevens came
down this afternoon from Wjycros.
Ga.. where he has been in the hospital,
to attend the funeral of his Mster and
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature. :.4 decrees.
Maximum. SO degrees.
Average. 6" decrees.
Fair wost local rain east portion to tonight
night tonight and Friday, colder Friday north
and central portions.
FOR REXT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
After the Star printed
Dv THOMAS DIXON
Copyritfht. 1911, by Thomas
The Forgotten Man.
P JIIE next day St::art :.
Au.'-sfii''-r and --:.t a i.- t
.Nan aUir.i: Im-i t !':v-t i!
u.ltIv iiu'ni'ry of the il-.:t
fore and fullili her ir::iise t
the country when the r.:ia re.iso l. if
it continued to rain he voiild call at v.
Ue tld the I to v uit for an a;i-. ;-.
The messenger returned prouiiiTiy an
handed back his notr r,i; ;enrd
Of course she was I. lulling. Si: Si:-knew
knew Si:-knew she had the whip hand for Hit
moment and meant to use it.
"Well, two can play this gam"," ho
muttered. "We'll see who wins:"
He turned to his work with giiui
For two u the battle between
pride and loe raged in silence. Ea h
day he rose with the hope of s.;::e
sign from Nan, and each day ho,..
died In a more desperate and sullen
despair. At last he began to pn-tiop
the wisdom of his course. Should he
not tight his battle at closer ran. ire':
What if he were in reality engaged in
a mortal combat with Riveus' millions
for Nan's soul and body! The idea
was too hideous to I e thinkable.
And yet the more he thought of the
scene of their parting, the more sie!; sie!;-ening
ening sie!;-ening became the conviction that her
anger at his use of an ugly word wa
merely a subterfuge to break their en engagement.
gagement. engagement. The pertidy and cruelty of
such an act was too hideous for belief
yet if the thing were possible!
One evening he made up his mind to
go at on e and tight for Ins old place
beside her on any terms she would
grant. lie seized his hat and opened
the door. To his amazement I livens
was leisurely ascending the steps.
Stuart stepped into the parlor and sat
down with resignation to await his
To his amazement he heard the maid
"This way, sir. Dr. Woodman asks
you to wait for him in the library."
So I.ivens was calling on his arch
enemy by appointment Stuart replac replaced
ed replaced his hat on the rack and returned to
his room, determined to await the out outcome
come outcome of this extraordinary visit
On Dr. Woodman's entrance Liiveus
rose to greet him with unusual anima animation
tion animation and .unmistakable good will.
When the doctor grasped the out outstretched
stretched outstretched hand a more striking con contrast
trast contrast could scarcely be imagined-the
one big, bluff, jovial, sunny, powerful
and straight of figure as lie was al always
ways always straight in speech and manners,
the financier small and weak in body,
his movements sinuous, tlexibie. with
eyes that never looked at the man he
was talking to. yet always seemed t
be taking in everything in the room.
"Well. Iiivons. what can I do for
you? I understand from your note
that the matter is important."
"Of the gravest importance to us
both. dotor," he answered, with a
smile. "For a peculiar personal reason
I want us to get together and settle our
"Are there any differences between
us? You go your way, and I go mine.
You run your business to suit yourself,
and I'll do the same. The world's big
enough for us both"
"That's just tho trouble." Rivens in interrupted.
terrupted. interrupted. "It isn't. We are entering a
new era of combination, merger, co cooperation."
operation." cooperation." "Compulsory co-operation!" the doc doctor
tor doctor laughed.
"It may be so at last," the little man
said soberly. "Certainly the old idea
of competition is played out We n
longer believe that business men
should try to cut each other's throats."
"Oh, I see!" sneered the doctor
"They should get together, corral their
customers and cut their throats."
"You must recognize the fact that the
drug trade is n business enterprise, not
a charity organization."
"Even so. still I happen to know that
within a stone's throw of my store
swarms a population of a quarter of a
million human beings so poor that only
300 of them ever have access to n bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. You ask me to enter with yen
Into a criminal conspiracy to suppress
freedom of trade and use fraud and
violence if necessary to win"
"Fraud and violence?" Rlvens inter interrupted,
rupted, interrupted, smilingly.
"Certainly. What sort of merchandise
does the organizer" of modern in industry
dustry industry bring to market; Tricks and
subterfuges in the form of printed pa paper
per paper called stocks, which reproent no
value. From the moment a financier
once tastes this biood he becomes a
"Come. come, doctor, you must real realize
ize realize the fact that in the drug business
we are bringing order out of chi.-s
and at last putting the trade on a pay paying
ing paying basis."
T.ut at what a price! Yc-u have
closed mills instead of ..pening t':o::i.
thrown out of w-qk thousands, lower lowered
ed lowered the price pa:l i- r raw material,
bringing ruin to its pr.-ducrs, increas increased
ed increased the price i1:.u'l- I for your products
to the ruin of the o.qi-t;n:q-. and sad saddled
dled saddled millions of ti debts on the
backs of their children yet unV-rn.
The price of living !..is been Increas Increasing
ing Increasing steadily with the orcanlzati--n f
each industry into a trust. Where will
Rlvens eves narrowed t: the merest
concentrate'! l:lit. while aa
Qniuse-l ruiie plnye-I aho-tr thetn.
"The trut i here to stay. ,1
Legislation nc::i:t it I -s
futile as a
pr v're-s a
hat a- ..
!.t t" -:
"The trust is here to stay."
to see that there i something more
precious in our life than the mere
tonnage of u'i'A :i.l wealth the spirit
of freedom initiative in our peo-
p'e! Shall they ). .,-..e merely the
hired men of a few : i qi -ye l kings? Or
shall the avenues of industry and in individual
dividual individual enterprise remain open to
their children; The people will answer
F.ivens gave a cynical little chuckle.
"Tin u IV.i sure we'd get the wrong
nii-v-r. do tor." was the response.
"They will get it right by and by.
The nation is young. You say you be be-lice
lice be-lice in Cod. Wed, see to it a thou thousand
sand thousand ears are but a day to him!
Among i he shadows f eternity he is
laughing at your follies. Nature in her
I ng. slow, patient process is always on
the side of justr e."
I'd veils i..-e with a movement of im impatience.
patience. impatience. "I'm sorry you can't see your way
to listen to any proposition from me,
doetor. I'm a practical man. I wish
to incorporate your business into the
general organ iz.-' lion of the American
Chemical company on terms that will
"Such terms can't be made. liivens."
the doctor said im; etuoiisly. "Your
purpose is to stneeze money out of the
people the i.ist dollar the trade will
bear. That is your motto. I simply le le-fuse.
fuse. le-fuse. To you the city is merely a big
Hock of sheep to be sheared, wliile to
me its myriad sounds are the music of
a divine oratorio, throbbing with tears
and winged with laughter. I call the
people my neighbors these hurrying
throngs who pass me daily. Recau-'e
they are my neighbors they are my
friends. Their l ights are sa red. I will
not rob. in.'iru or kill them, and I will
defend them against those who would."
Po mm tiff-1 a ImfTVr. pow.l.r puff,
nail tile, cut hi.- scissors, cuticle knife?
If so. you can fin-1 i:ite t selection
nl many others at th Court Pharm Pharmacy,
acy, Pharmacy, 'tin- .l rug .-tore on the square." A1.
WANTKD A second hand cash
r. --::ster. Small or- preferred. Must
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Little's shoes for school are the best
for they "fit and benefit." Terms cash.
We sell "shoes." not "time." Little's
W.WTKU Two mrat llok, niiltn niiltn-lile
lile niiltn-lile for iimrkrt lnioliir. pit Stnll
. :;, -lly market.
Friday, Nov. 15
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which we are offering at very
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of Every Description,
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, XOVEMREll 14. 1912
Extracts From a Mary
"Last week I told a close friend that I would save about ten dol dollars
lars dollars from my wages this month. Yesterday he came to me to see if I
would loan him live dollars. lie has another job at better wages, but did
not have enough money to buy his r ailroftd ticket, after paying all he
owed. He promised to send it to me first pay day so I let him have it.
"I saw this advertisement in the paper today:
WE INVITE YOU
Would It not be an immfn.se advantage, in event of Ulnes.?. or ac accident,
cident, accident, or any other cause whereby you should require a sum of ready
money to be able to call for the amount at a hank? We invite you to
rome to the Commercial Hank ami o.en an account with $1 or more.
We iay four per cent Interest on saving.-;.
"I am going to make some inquiry about a savings account."
THE WAY TO SAVE-IIAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
w -v w -w w w w Kg -w w
0 ar.d 54.
SUDDEN fll SUffiS
A ne;v line of toilet re-ju
in. G-ri's I'stofrice Druirst
Go to the Ocala
eel Store for fresh
want to make your
Ir. i: ii.- jr.- vu.-hion
ho..- I'urlur. Ad.
A full line of
flower fot; at :t
,Ved Stun.-. Ad.
Th.- r.oard r,
'.vj w. i
ite Just i member be in 2
ire?. Ad. ivtter rro:
i:-rl:n. wis read,
the Mar. on Co a jr
r.umber'-d forty :
j t hat the Hoard of
tie hap- a trip to t rt -.
oe. :iei 1 in oliim ':a ;n
jtw.. boys making t
j The m i:r .v.s laid
ware and the fair,
the Ocala A lttt-r from Mr.
re a l. I: avt- ad lit
I mportnn t Matter Attended to Judge Lynch Pavurd Expedition tad
at I.at Msht' Meetlojc Kf fieaeionn Valfnrf on the
Trad- meeting last
attend-!, torn? thirty j
Mr. S. J. McCully of!
In it he said that:
Hoys- Cum Club ;
i-:i.irs. and a.-k-d
Trade -ive a: priz- ;
n c"nvrntion to be j
in January to the
t :- largest yield, j
.Vf r until aft-r j
this afternoon. Nile? was
new Marion county
A First Class, 50 Aero Farm, ('lose to Ocala,
Will be Sold Cheap. All implements, Cows and
Horses. A 15ig Bargain for Some one.
SEE US AT ONCE, IF INTERESTED
Muncaster & Bell
.. 1-1 .:.
to the boat
die and S.lv
: j:ne Krr.pl-i-
C. A. Harj; wa
r Sprint. rn rn-of
of rn-of stock cer-
! t i'icate:
White I'ine and Tar Cv.
will ;oji that i-oiiih. Try a
t!ie Court I'harina.y. Ad.
Pearl tooth bru.-h
Genu's bruir Stores a
are sol 1 at
"c. and ?uar-
W h y
lint ..ri- s r v
.Mr. i-. n irris re i i a letter from
Mr. It. I- Martin, whhh had been real
b for.- the Mis.-issi;.id to Atlantic
Waterways Convention. It contained
o:n' tirsi-rate i las on city Improve Improvement
ment Improvement .nd received favora!le comment.
It will be j.rinted in the Star.
Mr. 7.. C Chambliss was a;;.ointed
a committee of one to po before the
! council in trie matter of the "sreat
city council in tiie matter of the
i "ureat white wav."
I Mr. M.ffert moved that during the
canvas or 1-ather: jut the ; winter months bi-monthly meetings'-1'
j.ort.-uo n. at M. Gol linan's. be r. Id. Tliis will probably be passed.
i A special meeting was called f.r
i Monday niziit. Ni-vemher LT.th.
, A Jiiotion was
Little Margaret Gerir. who
uuite ill siiu e Sunday, is i tt
we are pleased to state.
ii.is :. n
tak-n from t
jail in the fourth; ward of the city,
and with his e-crt. a partv of six or
seven determ.net heavily armed men.
rushed through town, out over the
Seaboard tracks, alon the Kendrick
hard ro.il within -00 feet of the
forks, a mil and a half north of the
city limits, where the nesro was
tiirown from the car and his body fill fill-el
el fill-el with revolver and ritie bullets be-.,
fore it struck the ground. PSome'of
tho.-e wiio saw the" car" Tap's say the
party wa fhootir.s; the prisoner be be-fore
fore be-fore h- was thrown from the car.
When the Star reporter arrived at
the scene there w.-re only a dozen
nun and boys remaining, but between
tiie place and town owr fifty vehicles
were psssed and twice as many were
me goin out on tiie return trip. The
rif-Tti was lyinu- with his feet in the
rut of the road, his head and chest
tilled with bullet holes, some of them
fired at such close ran-te that, like one
of his victims of yesterday, the clothes
. and llesh were sunrched. He was not
otherwise mutilated as far as could be
I seen. The death car scarcely stopped
no one sot out. the party keeping
n its way north.
" i-1 -r c ars ar.d men on wheels were
lose behind, but none reached th
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Ocala Board ol Trade Rooms
OCALA .... FLORIDA
HORSES AWB MULES
I am keeping at my Sales Hani and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court House square,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at (he Lot, you will lind some Stock to suit you,
it it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
M. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
t'K m. MrM
S. Hall left over
to look after
requesting 1 soono In tilT1e to I'rtlcipate. (ne boy
merchants closo their w as r,-": oar and a man on
.afternoon r.f a w ,!,'ei was a saori distance ueninu
Wlien you've had the doctor, you
need us. Phones. 20 and 270. Gtriij's
Dtul,' Stores. Ad.
I,asy on your nocketbook, but we
give your feet "tits." Little's Shoe
the boy. They say they don't know
who t.ie men were, but that they were
shooting the nt'n'ro before they dump dumped
ed dumped him out.
j e nave .no iennite information as
Mrs. I-:. I Carnev will have as herV" h,,w lhp l-risoner was removed from
uuest on Monday Mrs. Park Trammell the I'3'1 anJ n"ne whatever as to who
I V . f 1 1
of Tail.ii, ise tlpnte.l v.,.n 1 u smau uunjocr were ffno iook mm
HANDLING YOUR MONEY
Don't get the habit of "caring for it" yourself that is
dangerous. Better deposit it with us, when- it is eafe
and protected by
I We are a responsible financial concern, doing business
on tiie most conservative and safe lines, but absolutely
reliable in every way.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL. FULLT PAW TV tTKM
H. B. CTCKKll, Cahlr.
E1WARDI Tra, CUaRKNCF CAMP.
can visit the Marion County Fair.
A DISTIVGl IMIF.IJ VISITOIt
Stop couiiins: by
Coush Syrup. Sold
Stores. A d.
iisin- Cherry Bark
only at the Ttexall
wife of the attorney
Florida's next povtrnor. Mrs.
will entertain a number of her
Pcmover actually re re-at
at re-at both Gcri's Dru?
I on Tuesday afternoon to meet
jTrammell an.l Mrs. Ieon Fishel
tbe s!nall number were who
if'Vt and made such short, business business-jllke
jllke business-jllke work of their undertaking. It Is
ji.iid tiiat the car came from the vicin
jrs jiiy 01 ine victims
jan'l tiiosi- in it are
ui:i.i'iNf; tiii: Fnt
Tiie many friends ,.t Mrs. U. A. I'.ur I'.ur-ford
ford I'.ur-ford will lie lad to liear .-he is con convalescent
valescent convalescent after a week's sieize of la-srippe.
line Will filve
Miss Mary Scrimps of Orlando, who
has been the nuest of Misses Fanny
and Posebud Pobinson. left on the
noon Seaboard today.
crime of yesterday,
supposed to be men
of that neighborhood.
j A biir mo! was gathered at the jail, j
very few of whom took any part In
(the killing. Reports differ. Anyway.
the crowd of executioners secured the
keys to t lie cell, opened it and took
Tiie Atlantic Coast L,ine has urant-the nei;ro out and seemed to know
ed a special train from Gainesville and ( well the one they wanted, and had him
intermediate points on Nov. 2ith. the i in tiie car and away in the wink of
school holiday. They also granted an eye. Jailer Chalker is said to have
spec ial low rates for that day and been away at dinner and. again, to
train in addition to the reduced rates have been overpowered and the keys
previously announced, which are srood i taken from him. The latter is more
I every day at the fair. The Coast
a truer version.
Mrs. P. S. Hall will entertain
Wednesday of next week at an infor informal
mal informal tea in compliment to her sister.
Mrs. Ir. Newman of Partow and Miss
Corinne Williams and Mrs. Punyan I
Stephens, the much admired wife of i Pike that
the Paptist pastor. jdeorue Ade
. composer f
Prs. Van Hood and A. K l.iar re- j Proa 1 way."
-hare for the success of
MIMTi: FHOM IIItOlV
otiier famous playwright.
George Cohan, autlior-"Forty-tive
which Patimore & Leirh
turned today from Jacksonville, where! will present at the Temple tomorrow
they attended the Southern Medical li'ht with that well known comedian
Association. They rot.ort a fine meet-! Pert Peiuh in the principal role, is an
inir with representatives from everv 1 ixi remelv observant vounsr man. nn.1 I I'
southern state and many visitors from.it is due to his power of observation :;
northern cities. (that he has been so verv successful in
j Sheriff Galloway and Deputy Brifc Brifc-lance
lance Brifc-lance were out of town, at the scene of
tiie tragedy of yesterday, working on
j t he case.
j An effort was to have been made to
j reconvene the uran.l jury tomorrow
land try t!u man and if found sullty
'to have a speedy execution, but the
jact of tiie unknown parties have made
J A coroner's inquest will be held
over the negro's body tliis afternoon.
to :! o'clock it still lay in the road.
having been viewed by a thousand or
Many exclamations of
1 1 u t on y
The first grocery
bile for f Vala tva
mornins" by yfessrs.
Tiie car has a body
not as lonn as a watron and on
.1 n .. .1 ... i .1 : i i : . :
Udl Ill II lllll ine It Ul K ill IIIHLfl ies 1
flmo t li :j n t 1 1 t i o h.ipji. il r 1 r s t a
wagons heretofore in use.
luivini: to the statre tvne that are not
l.oH- .mncin.. i.t !m,.r..-- iu 1 1, a we re heard at the scene that
am onto-. - ....,.. ...
l iV i.oer with tiie Muality of be'ni? real live j s" "iu "o expeoious.y
' . .i . ic:irr:e.l out. Smiiii of those Jiresnt.
. tii,rs(in:4iiies. r.ini'T" in:in r uv ir pi .... - - .
a rn v i a on i as. -
mneh w-i,i..r i.nt (!'' ti-urcs with tiie mechanical trick
Mr. C. Green, wiio has for some time
been manatrer of the Ideal Theater.
has leaed the Temple Theater for the
i season on the nights not hooked by
: theatrical companies, an.l will operate
a first class movinir picture show. Ite Ite-i
i Ite-i sides furnisliinc his patrons with
three reels of licensed jiictures ea-'ii
niht, Mr. Green has secured the ser ser-i
i ser-i vices of a splendid four-piece orches orches-!tra.
!tra. orches-!tra. Anions: tiie special features dur durum;
um; durum; each week will be an amateur
! performance on Friday nights. Mr.
Green's many Ocala friends will he
pleased to learn that lie will remain in
its first f moving and talking. Tiie secret'
l. .... .... . i
i;us is in me iransierrai to ine j
e of real people whom Mr. Cohan
lias met at various times in his career,
and whose characteristics and accen accen-tricities
tricities accen-tricities he lias carefully jotted down
in an ever present note book. No bet better
ter better example of the success of this
manner of peopling the statre with
real live characters can be cited than j
the maM "Mary" and the delightful
acting of Miss Hazele Purress. Seats j
on sale at the Court Piiarmacv.
(veil then, when the body was urow urow-inu
inu urow-inu cold and stiff, wanted to build a
lire and cremate the remains.
CENTRAL LAND CO.
WANTED AT ONCE
Twentyfive men to do develop development
ment development work in North Ocala, Sub Subdivision.
division. Subdivision. Apply to the office of
the Company, two doors north
of Harrington Hall.
Mr. N. P. Browne of Gainesville, of
the firm of Davis Browne, agents
for tiie Oakland auto in twenty eoun-
Yltles of tiie state, with Messrs. A. M.
A I Davis and Walter Pann of that citv.
ie ill i. li .-iei'i.i u ii'i n.'i.i
with two handsome "::0 Oakland cars
demonstrating them to interested per persons.
sons. persons. The uentlemen cannot net tiie
Oakland cars as fast as they sell them.
They will be here next week with a
Work on developing oklawaha Sur Survey
vey Survey by the agents. M.-srs. Muncaster
.Sc. Pell, is beinu push.ed riuh.t alonu.
The survey has all ben mad.-. the
plats will soon be finished atnl the
i property will be placed on the market
in a short time and extensively advertised.
OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.
"Forty-five Minutes From Broad Broadway"
way" Broadway" will appear at tiie Temple Fri Friday
day Friday nisht. Pert Leiui will take tiie
part of "Kil Purns" and Mis- Hazel
Puress the leading role of "Mary
Jane Jenkins." Tickets on sale at tiie
a me. the
profi! to all wii.i
Mr. Norton spoke
audience on "Sin."
definition, in scrip
hearers to ;.
iU'nicy for mi:
Miss Down- s.in
solo. "1 S;-a!l
Public cord; illy
He uave s.
sin. ar.-l uIt
d'.s diV.i-.. iy
.'.- r- "-t ry f r
i v ry aceprn1
a t ?. an 1 ever i
i n v i : e .1
t tend-t and
ly s a
r. at 7.
Mclntos'i. Nov. 13. The mist brutal
double murder in the history of this
section was .committed today (Wed (Wednesday)
nesday) (Wednesday) about noon, one mile from
poardman station, at the home of Mr.
J. P. Puras. Mr. Burgess, who was
nearly io years old. lived alone except
for his irranddaushter. Miss Mary
Burgess, about 22 years of aire, who
kept house for him. It is supposed
that the murderer by some means en enticed
ticed enticed the uirl to a "scrub" woods
about 1"0 yards from the house, where
after a tierce struale murdered her,
stabbing her and almost severing her
head from her body, the around and
surrounding bushes testifying that
she had put up a srood fiirht. And that
after killing her he went to the house,
ot Mr. Puriress' shotuun and waited
for him. shooting: him at very close
ransre lss than a iuarter of a mile
from his home. Tiie entire charge of
No. S shot entered his left eye and
cheek and death mut have been al al-nst
nst al-nst instantaneous. His body was
robbed and his shotuun replace! in his
room where it was kept. The mur murderer
derer murderer is supposed to have cone north
n the afternoon train. The motive
is supposed to have been robbery, as
j Mr. Puryess i said to have had near
ly 4'i0 on his person. A report has
iu-t reached Mcintosh that the mur murderer
derer murderer has been apprehended in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Anmnir the recent arrivals from
Kentucky were Mr. I. Buririn. from
Lexington. Mrs. I. S. Neal and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Hattie. from Pexincton. Mrs. S. II.
Gait-kill and Mrs. Burpin and son.
Fred from Paris.
Mr. J. K. Christian Is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on business.
We are sorry to -ay that Miss Cath Catherine
erine Catherine Firra. principal of the lAzh
school, is Mi'.l or. T.e ;ck li-t.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 1 Dick.-on and Mr.
S. H. Gait-kill were in Gainesville
Monday, bavins made the trip in one
of Mr. T .:-'- Bul.-ks.
The ":.ri-t i n V Dick -on f"o. has
BELONGS TO THE
WHAT'S the use of haying a gun
and using poor ammunition?
TF you do you can't have much fun
1 or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
Wc are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Ponder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
W W W W W V
t S e.
BEAUTIFUL BE PS
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different price?.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty;dark
green and bine ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shaped and trimmings.
Wc will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
;,v t s s t
I work or. it.- wart-hou--.
it on j'urt of the lot ofciifl J
orf vhi-n was .V--tr oy-'l iy
two month- azo.
I. Nimnions. formerlv of th
for the pat -v-ral
in Wi:iiarnsron. ?. c..
ch.ir :i;in -;
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a vut ula h.. vi
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k it 1- mark--1 the
Kar. Wa'.ki r. t'lari
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r,.,.r.r I!i:-h ar.-l Ir
An el.--.tnt iiv-.-o-jr-.;
-rvt.i, after wi.ih tui ."
. nj.'.v .1 th r.--t jf t": t":-ith
ith t":-ith nvji-? an! .ian- in-r
i in r.
i n k i r. a
ir. k :
if- 111 1 win.
:r:ir his fir
Fr.p. ?1.K Goo.i in.-':
a bargain. Anrly to K.
:.M.:: Hox ball alley, tent an I
i---.---.rif--. Tul. outfit is almost
tr.l c-.!-l ?!"", hut w.;- offer it for
-;-jt .a-h. Ti:c S iocess Furniture
R .-'AI.E CHCAT FOR CASH A
: Arrly to D x l',, Anthony.)
iMftoxxw. f .. fa- u --Hi nn r -rin-if-ir --v -"mi
fm: nr. nt n s m.tt -. i-y
tr::. a n in- -r- !.;:- 'A t'. itll
mo l'.-rr. i:r.t r v. -r.t- 1 n h.- I
at; v:. :. S -. T r i -- :.
j. Phillips a i. ::.-':
; Arkansas Chin rever Tor!., 2
and 5u cents per bottle. Guaranteel
:t. cure. De?t for coiJs ar.3 lazripre lazripre-Tydingrs
Tydingrs lazripre-Tydingrs & Co. A3
K. of T. meet Mon-lay ever!r.g.
1 .-r?-? An irritable,
or. often due
t:j::.. A rr.an with t
r.e..riy always gooi j
rr.ar.y have been per- i
f -1 j :t: ch trouble by
-lain'.-- Tablet?. For
We have jut received another carload of stock. This car
contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules, selected
in pen-on, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tompkins.
Call at the barns and look the dmve.over, while the selec-
ition is large, and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right Respectiully,
TOMPKINS & BB
Phone 117 Ocala, Ha.
: -r. at IJ
OCAIA VEXING STAR, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1912
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The Home of Old Santa Claus
He extends an invitation to you and asks a visit to
our Store and an Inspection of our Line of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and Holiday Goods.
The Oldest Toy and Holiday Goods Buyer
For This Market, in Ocala- 27 Years Experience.
Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and Fire Fireworks
works Fireworks are invited to look through our stock and get
prices before buying their Holiday Line.
SPECIAL PRICES AND DISCOUNTS
To Public Schools, Churches and Sunday School
Committees, and Christmas Tree Candles FREE
Come early and buy your Holiday Goods. We will
pack them away and deliver any evening you sug suggest
gest suggest Come after supper. Open nights until 9.
The Commercial Bank
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. European rian, $1.00 per day and up
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
NOW READY FK
TAXES ARE !VOV DUE
The tax books are now open for the
payment of 1912 state and county j
taxes. The taxes are $.40 higher this
year on each $100 assessed valuation.
than last year. Always bring or send I
a correct description of your property.
The laws also allows a discount of
2 per cent for all payments made in
November and 1 per cent discount in
December Yours very truly.
W. L. Colbert.
A few more Durham Duplex Razors
for 33c. at Goldman's. Why p3- More?j
"P.iS Pen," trie nations alarm clock.!
at P. Goldman's. Why Pay Moro? Ad. j
Concluded from First Pajre)
Messrs. j. Buttgenbach & Co., to re return
turn return this man, H. Smith, to sheriff,
and for sheriff to deliver him to the'
Henry Gordon camp as helper.
Hr. S. H. Blitch appeared and pre presented
sented presented communication asking that
road be opened up from Marion coun county
ty county line to Blitchton. and on to Ocala,
to connect with the Levy-Marion-Alachua
road. On motion it was or ordered
dered ordered that this road be opened on
straight line from Blitchton to Lew
county line as early as practicable.
Letter by Mrs. W. W. Lindsay of
Dunnellon asking board to grant her
a widow's exemption on her property,
read and on motion was referred to
Tax Assessor Ayer for compliance
with the law in such cases.
On motion of Commissioner Proctor
the bonds of county officers were fix fixed
ed fixed at the following amounts, to be
approved by the board of county com-mi.-sioners
for Marion county:
County treasurer, 4.V"0; countv
judge. ?l'"m,.: clerk of circuit cour.
S3 :; tax collector, ?:;) i; sheriff.
$3m.i.; tax asse.s.-or. I!0; superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction. siOk:
county surveyor. 1'mm: justices of
the peace, $3".
On motion the board adjourned un until
til until Saturday morning at S o'clock.
Board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment.
ment. adjournment. Present: Hon. W. J. Crosby,
chairman; V. T. Henderson and C.
On motion the clerk was instructed
to make bill against E. P. Rentz and
the Rentz Lumber Co.. for three bills
to Mr. Hogan on account of repairs on
Sharp's Ferry bridge, made necessary
on account of damage to bridge from
lumber carts of the Rentz Lumber Co.
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed
report of poll taxes collected during
October, 1912, showing G2 polls col collected.
lected. collected. Mrs. J. R Moorhead appeared and
asked in behalf of the Dickison Chap Chapter,
ter, Chapter, U. D. C, that the board have the
trees properly trimmed to protect
the monument in the court house
yard. Matter was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Carmichael with power to
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead appeared in
behalf of Comfort Lodge, and asked
assistance of the county to maintain
Mr. M. Atkinson appeared and ask asked
ed asked the recommendation of the board
to the comptroller to be allowed to re redeem
deem redeem the tax certificates against n1,! n1,!-of
of n1,!-of ne4, sec 23-14-20. On motion of
Commissioner Henderson recom recommendation
mendation recommendation was granted that Mr. At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson be permitted to redeem the
outstanding certificates at face value
of certificates and omitted years tax taxes,
es, taxes, without interest.
County Judge Bell and Tax Collect Collector
or Collector Colbert filed reports of licenses
collected during October, 1312,' show showing,
ing, showing, for state, $SG13, and for county,
72S9, which was read and filed.
All demands and accounts audited
and approved were ordered paid.
It appearing to the board that the
justice of the peace of the Anthony
district had tried cases which should
have been brought before the justice
of the peace of the Sparr district,
the clerk was instructed to write
Judge Willis and ask his authority for
doing this, and in futureto be care careful,
ful, careful, and if in doubt to refer parties
to the county judge.
Road Fund Distribution
Commissioner's district Xo. 1,
I21.S7; district No. 2, $211.70; district
Xo. 3, $432.82; district Xo. 4, $321.70;
district Xo. 5, $S2G.2G; Citra and Or Orange
ange Orange Springs special, $S9.35; Daisy
and Fort McCoy special. $433.20; Cit Citra
ra Citra and Irvine special, $G0.95; E. E.
Perkins anda crew, $211.33; L. L.
Priest and crew, $3S7.1S; Htnry Gor Gordon
don Gordon and crew. $SG1.7S; road roller
repairs. $30.33; six dump wagons,
$131G.3o; freight on tractor engine,
$3C.10; five toads drags, $S3.2S; treas treasurer's
urer's treasurer's commissions, $34.07; interest
to bank. $9.3. Total $3S20.29.
Xo further business coming before
the board, on motion same adjourned
until next iegular meeting in Decem December,
ber, December, unless sooner convened by the
THE TEXAS WONDER
cures kidney, bladder and rheumatic
troubles. $1 bottle seldom fails to give
quick and permanent relief. Write fjr
local testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2026
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all
"Big Ben," the nation's alarm clock,
at B. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Diamonds on credit at cash prices to
parties with references, at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. Why Pav More? Ad.
Special prices on Remington ham ham-merles,
merles, ham-merles, automatic and repeating guns
at B. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
Whether you want a new or a sec second
ond second hand shotgun this fall, see B.
Goldman. Why Pay More? Ad.
When you so hunting save money
by buying shells and cartridges from
P.. Goldman. Why Pay More? Ad.
OLLIE MORMS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly Known as the
OIlie Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fih
Orders by phone will receive prompt
mention. Phone number 313. Come
to the oil stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia
n-ivTrn t.'.-- ,- -n.-.Tith 9 wnm. i
an to "stay with widow lady. Must be!
sroud cook, white. Country town. Ad-j
dress Mr?. J., Star office. 10-20-6t
If you have any ammunition that
you don't need, hrlns it Gollman,
who will irive you a pood trade for it.
Why Pay Mure. Ad.
Concluded from First Page)
writing machine in the office for a
new one and pay a difference between
the machine was presented and
Requests from Rosa Ready and
Irene Stubbs, two of the teachers of
Howard Academy, for increases in
their salaries, was presented and "re "refused.
fused. "refused. In the matter of the petition that an
election W called in the Cotton Plant
district to change the lines of the
district it was noted that the petition
for the calling of the election had
been duly adveritsed for the legal
time in the Ocala Weekly Banner and
the Ocala Weekly Star. The board
ordered that a notice of a district elec election
tion election be advertised for four consecutive
weeks as follows:
Vol Ice of an Election
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday. December 10. 1912. there will
be an election held at the Cotton riant
school house for the purpose of de determining
termining determining whether the boundaries of
the Cotton Plant special tax school
district shall remain as at present,
viz: PeRinnlng at the ne corner of
i'T-15-20. thence west to the nw corner
of said section, thence north to the ne
corner of 16-13-20. thence west to the
nw corner of 17-13-20. thence south to
the ne corner of 30-13-20, thence west
to the nw corner of 26-15-19. thence
north to the ne corner of 21-13-19.
thence south to the sw corner of 33, 33,-thence
thence 33,-thence east to the se corner. of
sail section, thence south to sw cor corner
ner corner of 2-16-1 9. thence east to the se
corner of 3-16-20. thence north to point
of beginning: or. whether it shall be
in future as follows: beginning at the
ne corner of 13-16-20. thence west to
the nw corner of 17-15-20, thence south
to the ne corner of the se1; of 30-15-20.
thence west to the nw corner of
said 4 section, thence south to the
sw corner of said 4 section, thence
east to the se corner of said sec section,
tion, section, thence south to the sw corner of
5-16-20, thence east to the se corner
of 3-16-20, thence north to the ne cor corner
ner corner of 15-15-20. the point of be beginning.
ginning. beginning. The following were appointed man managers
agers managers of the election to conduct same
and make returns to the county board
of public instruction, v'z: J. S. Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, D. M. Barco and J. F. Parker, with
C. R. eVal. clerk.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session on Tuesday, December 1, 1912.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
State of Ohio,
City of Toledo, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern internally
ally internally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & t; Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Ad
Preserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
Twinges of rheumatism, backache,
stiff Joints and shooting pains all
show your kidneys are not working
right. Urinary irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness, weak back and
sore kidneys tell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills are tonic, strengthening and
restorative. They build up the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and regulate their action. They
w 111 give you quick relief and contain
no habit forming drugs. Safe and al always
ways always sure. Try them. For sale by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
The prophet wno predicts trouble
nearly always hits it.
Initial stationer', 35c. the box at
Gerig's Drug Stores. Ad.
A HALF MILLION CABBAGE
plants now ready f.or setting. For
further information, address, N.
Price, Gainesville, Fla.
LOST A sorority pin; deathshead
and scissors, with ruby eyes, and the
Greek letters delta, phi and elta writ written
ten written across the skull. Return to Miss
Thirty Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
Kvery family that has children is
liable to have croup, invariably at
night. If Ballard's Horehound Syrup
is kept in the house, it saves going
after the medicine at an inconvenient
time and checks the attack promptly,
rrice. 25c, 50c and Jl. Sold by all
POSITION WANTED Single young
man wants a position. Any kind of
work will do, but office work preferr preferred.
ed. preferred. Any salary will do to start with.
Address, "Wanted," care of Star.
In damp, chilly weather there Is al
ways a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience Its great re relieving
lieving relieving power In rheumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price, 23c, 50c. and $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
A trunk or suit case will make a
nice Christmas present and the largest
line in the state may be found at B.
Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad.
CHAPTER XO. 13 R. A. W.
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. Ad.
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Eoney's residence, where I have a
large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which is well
seasoned. One dollar for a big load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.
Dan J. Joyce. Sanville. Henry Co..
Virginia, says: "I took a cold with a
"r,JSh which hun? on for two years.
Then I commenced using Foley's Honey
ar.d Tar Compound and the cough
finally left me and now I am perfectly
tron? and welL" Is best for child children
ren children end contains no opiates. For sale
at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
A T. Thomas, Pres.
Me 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 descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti-mates-
furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREr
Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA
0MUJU 11 ILIIVLVJ CHINA D
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
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LOW EXCURSION RATES
HTLHNTID CDflST LINE
Tickets Sold November
FINAL LIMIT NOVEMBER 30111.
M. R. WILLIAMS
When you need a Ldzfiment, use a good
CS& To Insure beneficial results, ffet
now Li mimirat
It is a Pain Relief and Healing Rem Remedy
edy Remedy That Answers Every
It is cf exceptional power In rheumatic diseases; relieves th
aching joints, relaxes the drawn muscles, restores the strength,
ease and suppleness of youth. It Is also effective in healing: all
wounds, sores or abrasions of the flesh. It Is a splendid house house-hold
hold house-hold remedy for man or beast.
Try it for cuts, burns, bruises, old sores, lame back, rheumatism,
neuralgia, sciatica, frost bites, chlllblalns. contracted muscles,
tiff neck. It stops pain and heals quickly.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Dottle,
ja r. tausa rtcnnia ST.us3.ea.
To cure Ssaartlasj Eye ban. Son Eye r Weak SlsM me
Stephen Eye Salve.
jSouo And RccowMtMDtDBvT
J. Thompson, Manaokr
Sand & Stone Co.
Corner Bay and Hogan Sis.
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In Each Room. Free Paths.
COOL.KST HOOMS, I1KST I1F.1J
L A lift 12 SAMPLE IIOOMS
' Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street
26th-271h-28th and 29th.
J. G. KIRKLAND
Division Passenger Agent