WHEN TOC THINK OF FURNITURE
You Very Naturally Think of
No Mttr Wht To Uy Ud
in Furniture or Hoaae
We Hare It, ud Cm Ctre Yc
Money if Ton Oct it from Us. -?
THE FUTIXITURE MEN
OCALA. FL0E1DA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1911.
THE FURNTTUUn IS2I
rTDiin rnnnmr nn
It is enough to start a bank
account with, and if you
adopt a systematic method of
saving, the dollars will pile
up surprisingly. Why not
adjust your expenses so that
thev vvill not exceed three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of your earnings?
That will enable you to save
a quarter out of every dollar.
Just figure what such a sys system
tem system would have don for you
had you commenced it five
years ago! It isn't too late.
NOW is the time to open the
bank account and put away
one dollar out of every four
that you earn.
We welcome your Account and
will help you to Save and
FULLER & AYER
DENT AIi SURGEONS
Office over Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
J. E. GRACE
Rooms 9, lO and 11, Second Floor,
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5
p. m. Phone 211.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
Ueneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Dajr.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building:. Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
W. C, BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FIA
J. T. BROWN
Artesian and Irrigation Work a
Satisfaction guaranteed. For in information
formation information apply to
J. T. BROWTN,
Box 285 ucala. Fla.
G. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
129 South Third Street
Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
made on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Room 27, Holder Block
MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's Favorite Place Reop Reopened
ened Reopened bj r Veteran.
CALX AND SEE WM
III LETS 101
A Few Heat Ilaj oa the County
('ommlmilonerit RefcardlnK Ex Expenditure
penditure Expenditure of Iloatl Fuad
Editor Star: I went to Ocala last
Tuesday expecting to pro before the
county commissioners, in answer to
the invitation the board gave in a set
of resolutions passed at its last reg regular
ular regular meeting, inviting the public to ex express
press express themselves as to whether the
board should continue the present rate
of expenditures in road work or cur curtail
tail curtail expenses.
After explaining to a friend my
business before the commissioners, he
informed me that in open session he
heard a member of the board say that
the board did not want any light from
Light of Reddick on any subject. I
knowingly don't go where I am not
Instead of talking to the five com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, I'll speak to thousands
through the columns of our county
papers. This is what I was going to
tell the commissioners:
On July 1st there was $2311 in our
road fund. The railroads paid their
taxes in July, which added about 55, 55,-000
000 55,-000 to road receipts. The levy for next
year will add $20,000, other receipts a
few thousands more, or there will be
less than 30,000 in the road fund for
the next sixteen months.
The commissioners have already ap appropriated
propriated appropriated for next year one warrant
of over $11,000, interest on a $9,000
road debt, more than $4,000. road ma-
cninery nearly si.oyu, totaling more
than $16,000, thereby leaving less than
$14,000 for sixteen months' work.
The commissioners spent in the first
ix months of this year on roads more
than $25,000 and with less than $14,000
available to run them for the next
sixteen months, how can they continue
the same rate of expenditures.
$26,000 in 1909, $26,000 in 1910 and
$25,000 in six months of 1911 with
$2311 in treasury and but $14,000
available for sixteen months for road
purposes warrants me to say to the
You must either cut expenses to
cover receipts or must raise receipts
to cover expenses.
There will be an effort made to have
the courts enjoin you from borrowing
or getting the use of money contrarv
to the law and constitution of this
The laws of 1909' made provision
whereby the board could have raised
money to cancel much of its indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness and pay interest thereon. The
board refused to help itself. The laws
of 1911 gave the county commissioners
authority to assess eight mills for road
purposes. They assessed but five mills,
prefering to pay a large interest bill
and go deeper in debt than raise the
money as needed.
Commissioners cut expenses.
U S. Light.
Reddick, Fla., August 14. 1911.
FINE FARM FOu SALE
A splendid farm of 160 acres of good
pine land, 120 acres cleared and well
fenced. Good out buildings and plenty
of them; splendid water; large and
comfortable new dwelling. Not a foot
of waste land on the place and It Is a
high grade of pine. Has twenty acres
as fine corn and twelve acres of cotton
as any one can show; no fertilizer used.
Located 1 miles from Dallas and
right on county line of Marlon and
Sumter. Price $2000. Apply at Star
office for further particulars and own owner's
er's owner's name and address.
RIGHT THOUSAND ENGAGED
In a nioody Dattle at Cuernavaea.
Mexico' Reactionary Revolution
Seems to be Under Way Way-Mexico
Mexico Way-Mexico City, Mexico. August 15.
With eight thousand engaged, a fierce
battle is raging at Cuernavaea today.
The government forces are attempting
to crush the rebels under Zapata. The
casualties on both sides are heavy.
General Zapata declares that if he is
victorious he will march on the City of
Mexico, forty miles away.
CASH PRIZES FOR COTTON
We are offering the following cash
prizes for cotton:
For the first bale of cotton brought
to our gin in Ocala we will give $15
To the person bringing the most cot cotton
ton cotton to us through the season we will
give $25 in cash.
We want all of the cotton that Is
grown in Marlon county and as much
of that grown in adjoining counties as
we can possibly get brought to our gin.
No better facilities for handling cotton
in the state that we possess. We pay
the highest market price In cash for
cotton at all times.
Remember the prizes. Haul the cot cotton
ton cotton to our gin or ship It to us by rail,
it does not matter which.
Respectfully, George Giles & Co.
Local and Long Distance Phone 170.
FIFTY DOlXiARS REWARD
For any case of kidney, bladder or
rheumatic troubles Hall's Texas Won Wonder
der Wonder cannot cure if taken in time and
given a fair trial. One bottle often
perfects a cure. Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
Berlin. August 13. The weather
continues very moist.
Mrs. E. C. Rawls and son have re returned
turned returned to Jacksonville, after a two
weeks' visit with relatives here.
Mrs. M. E. McCully and daughter
have returned home after spending;
several days at Evinston.
Mr. T. J. Anderson, our school teach teacher,
er, teacher, spent Saturday and Sunday in the
neighborhood getting acquainted with
the patrons, and seems very favora favorably
bly favorably impressed.
Mr. George Luffman and wife spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Rawls.
Mr. Chas. B. Rawls has resigned his
position at Zuber and is home again.
Mr. Harry McCully and sister, Floy,
spent Saturday and Sunday at Paisley
visiting their sister. Miss Reggie.
Rev. A. L. Prisoe preached a very in interesting
teresting interesting sermon last Sunday to a
large and attentive audience.
The people of this vicinity are united
in wanting a union depot at Ocala,
and we hop1 the day is not far distant
until there will be one built which
will be a credit to Ocala and the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. Messrs. Neil and Rosco Mathews of
Flemington attended church here last
Madame Rumor says put your ear
close to the ground and listen for the
wedding bells in the near future.
Miss Eleanor Seckinger .returned
home Monday after spending a week
with friends and relatives at Rochelle
Miss Altahula Beck has returned
home after an extended visit to Croom
Mr. Ira Beck of Gainesville is visit visiting
ing visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Beck of this place.
I'fnnnvlvanla' Elghteen-Hour Chicago
and w York Flyer Came to Grief
at Fort Wayne, Ind.
Fort Wayne, Ind., August 13. Four
persons were killed and thirty injured
when the Pennsylvania 18-hour train
en route from Chicago to New York
jumped the track on the western out outskirts
skirts outskirts of this city last evening while
going at a rate of 50 miles an hour.
In leaving the Tails the two engines
pulling the passenger train side-swiped
a freight engine and the three piled
up in a mass of bent and twisted iron.
The police department, the fire de department
partment department and every ambulance in the
city were called to the scene of the
accident and the injured soon were
taken to the hospitals.
Steel Car Stood the Strain
The all steel cars of the flyer were
put to the first actual wreck test they
have undergone and proved to be all
that has been claimed for them by
their designers. Only the first two
cars of the heavy nine-car train were
much smashed. Passengers in the sev seven
en seven rear cars escaped with only cuts
and bruises, whereas it is declared by
railroad men that if the cars had been
of the old-fashioned wood construc construction
tion construction the carnage would have been
HOT WEATHEH HURTS THE SKIN
Poisonous perspiration causes rashes,
hives, blotches, pimples and prickly
heat, often the beginning of serious
To wash away the poison entirely,
apply a simple solution known as D.
I). D. Prescription for Eczema. D. D.
D. is generally sold in $1 bottles, but
for 25c. we can srfve you enough to
prove that the very first drops soothe
and heal the inflamed skin as nothing
We vouch for the wonderful proper properties
ties properties of D. D. D., for we know that it
brings instant relief for all kinds of
skin trouble. Postoffice Drugstore
and Annex, J. J. Gerig, Proprietor.
FULL SAMPLES AND STYLE
fall and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes.
Went Furt King Avenue. Phone 73
THE "FOUNTAIN" OF YOUTH"
is the soda fountain m our drug store.
All the youth of 4oth sexes patronize it,
but that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying it, too. Our soda is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
the popular syrups, iou will find it ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satisiying, cooling. Try it
once then you will recommend it your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
, THE COURT PHARMACY
Shipment of Califonia
Apricot 20c. Doi.
Kelsey Plum 25c. Doi.
Blue Plum 20c. Dob.
Red Plum 20o. Do.
California Peaches 3c. Dos.
Georgia Peaebe oOc. Hasket
All Kinds of Fresh Vegetable
S. A. MOSES & BR0.
OCALA .... LORIDA
Togo Presented a Miniature but Com Complete
plete Complete Set of Samaurl Armor
New York, August 13 Admiral Togo,
hero of the Sea of Japan, Sunday paid
a warrior'r tribute to Col. Theodore
Roosevelt, moving spirit in the peace
of Portsmouth, and apparently Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, the fighter, had appealed to the
Japanese admiral rather than Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt the peacemaker, for when he
marched up Sagamore Hill to meet the
former president, he carried to Mr.
Roosevelt a two-foot miniature of a
soldier's armor. This unique souvenir
of his visit was done in glistening
metal with exquisite workmanship and
encased in heavy mahopany box adorn adorned
ed adorned with Japanese colors.
The Japanese journeyed to Oyster
Bay on a special train on the Long Isl Island
and Island Railroad, arriving at 1 o'clock. CoL
Roosevelt in a dark suit and immac immaculate
ulate immaculate white vest, stepped forth on the
veranda and greeted the admiral, who
wore a white service uniform.
"Delighted to meet you," exclaimed
the colonel. The admiral bowed, his
face beaming as he declared his pleas pleas-use
use pleas-use at meeting in person the man
whom he felt he already knew so well.
The party filed into the broad recep reception
tion reception room and the admiral presented
to his host the gift which he had
brought from the island empire. The
colonel expressed his gratitude in a
broadside of superlatives.
$100 REWARD $100
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 its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be being
ing being a constitutional disease, requires
a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby thereby-destroying
destroying thereby-destroying the foundation of the dis disease,
ease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
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 tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney &
Co.. Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti constipation.
pation. constipation. ABOVE THE AVERAGE
Romance of the Mexican Border Told
In Picture at the Temple
One of the subjects at the Temple to tonight
night tonight will be even more than usually
interesting. It is a thrilling story of
love, danger and rescue taken on the
Mexican border during the recent
scenes of revolution and watch-care of
the American troops on the boundary
line. The extra interesting reel is sup supported
ported supported by other fine subjects, making
up a show that simply can't be out outclassed.
classed. outclassed. Don't forget tomorrow afternoon and
evening, "Mutt and Jeff" and "The
THE CAUSE OF ECZEMA
is germ life that burrows under and
feeds on the skin. The way to cure
ECZEMA is to remove the cause by
washing away with a clean, penetrat penetrating
ing penetrating liquid, the germ life and poisons
that cause the trouble.
We have a preparation that will do
this. The first application will stop the
itching and give prompt relief to an ir irritated,
ritated, irritated, itching or inflamed skin. If
you are a sufferer from skin of scalp
eruption in any form, try one bottle of
this clean scientific preparation, we are
confident you will be pleased with the
results from the use of this standard
preparation for eczema.
Good for infants an well a grown
person. Sold at the Postoffice Drug
Chesterfield, Va., Auguet 15. A true
bill charging murder in the first de degree
gree degree was returned by the grand jury
ot the Chesterfield circuit court yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon against Henry Clay
Beattie, Jr., of Richmond, and he will
be tried for his life as the alleged mur murderer
derer murderer of his young wife, the victim of a
j midnight tragedy on the Richmond
turnpike on June 28.
Eureka, August 13. The river
which has been so low for the past
j three or four months, has begun to
jrise since the rain and storm which
J visited here last Thursday and Fri
Corn gathering and potato digging
is all the go around here now. The
farmers are also getting ready for fall
Mr. J. N. Brinson. who has a posi position
tion position as foreman at the Fort McCoy
mill, spent Saturday night and Sunday
with his famlry.
Fish are still biting around here.
Messrs. J. R. Hogan and Browers of
Daisy went one day last week and
j report fine luck.
! Mr. SauU, Parramore of Ocala is
spending a few days here with his
j brother, Dr. G. B. Parramore.
j Dr. G. B. Parramore visited Mr.
jDudley last Sunday morning. Mr.
j Dudley has been sick for the last
j month or two. We wish him a speedy
I Mr. Chat Priest of Daisy spent last
jSunday with friends here,
j We regret to hear of the illness of
i Mr. and Mrs. Wadkins" little baby. We
i wish it a speedy recovery.
Master Clyde and Albert Martin of
(Daisy, spent Sunday with Master Al Allen,
len, Allen, Alfred and Louis Marsh of this
: Mr. Roan Brinson of Mill Creek was
ia busines? caller here last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Marsh spent Sun-
day afternoon with Mr. Marsh's
j mother of Daisy.
j Mr. James F. Marsh made a busi busi-jness
jness busi-jness trip to Silver Springs last Friday,
i to see about the lumber he had order order-I
I order-I ed some time ago to build his drug
1 and grocery store at Orange Springs.
Mr. Marsh expects to have his build building
ing building ready for occupancy by September
1st. He has our best wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Browers of Daisy spent
last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R,
Hogan of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Brinson of
Eureka, also Mrs. Kingsley of Daisy,
were visitors at Mr. R. A. Hogan's
Miss Gertie Marsh and two sistars.
Alma and Gracie. spent last Sunday
evening with their uncle, Mr. J. R.
Mr. Alderman Wilson who had' the
misfortune to lose one of his feet in an
attempt to catch a moving train at
Fort McCoy one day last week, was in
town last Sunday consulting Dr. Par Par-ramore.
ramore. Par-ramore. We are glad to hear of his
The parson and judge are busier
this week than usual. Guess its on
account of the bad weather. Spur up
boys, don't let the girls get ahead of
II 1 A
The Xext Time You Wait an Example
of Race Hatred- Dying: gro
Bmned by a Mob
Coatesville, Pa., August 15. Thirst Thirsting
ing Thirsting for vengeance, a mob of about 1, 1,-000
000 1,-000 persons, among which was a num number
ber number of women, last night forced its
way into the hospital here, took
Zachariah Walker, a wounded negro,
from the institution, carried him to a
field nearby and after heaping up a
pile of dry grass and wood, placed Ihe
man upon it and burned him to death.
Walker on Saturday night shot and
killed Policeman Edward Rice, a white
man, when Rice was trying to arrest
him. Pursued by officers Walker hid
in a bushy tree top and when discover discovered
ed discovered turned his revolver on himself,
placing the muzzle in his mouth, pro producing
ducing producing a fatal wound. The officers
took him to the hospital, where he was
bound to a cot to prevent his doing
himself further harm.
When the mob appeared at the hos hospital
pital hospital last night entrance was refused,
but leaders battered down the doors
and entered the institution, gathered
up the negro, cot and all, and carried
him away to his funeral pyre. The
attendant at the institution, it is sai.
made no effort to repel the mob.
Coatesville is but fifty miles from
Philadelphia. The lynching is the first
in the history of this section.
OP IiOCAIi INTEREST
Some People We Know, and We Will
Profit by Hearing; About Them
This is a purely local event.
It took place in Ocala.
Not in Buffalo or New York.
You are asked to investigate it.
Asked to believe, a citizen's word;
To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that is endorsed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one you know nothing about,
Endorsed by unknown people.
P. H Gillen, 1 South Fifth St., Ocala,
Fla,, says: "I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills for my experience
with them has convinced me that they
act as represented. I have taken this
remedy on different occasions for a
lame and aching back and other symp symptoms
toms symptoms of kidney complaint atid always
found relief. You are welcome to pub publish
lish publish my statement.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents".
Foster-Milburn, Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
AXXIOrs TO ADJOURN
Memberw of CongreMS Will Probably
ChaMe Themselves Home Before
the End of the Week
Washington, August 15. The whole
tariff revision legislation question will
be settled this week which in all prob probability
ability probability wll mark the closing of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Almost all of the members of
both houses are anxious to get home
despite the vociferations of the revis revisionists
ionists revisionists that they willingly would re remain
main remain in session until autumn if the
legislation they want could be enacted.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located betwen the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of
the government building and postof postoffice.
fice. postoffice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Has over $3500
worth of new furniture, new ga3 and
wood range, etc. Best of plumbing
and electric system. House will not
need a dollar in repairs or furniture
for years. One of the handsomest cor corner
ner corner lots in Ocala, surrounded by mas massive
sive massive cement block fence. Lot is 105 by
103 feet. The Colonial has 25 rooms
and is now enjoying a splendid busi business,
ness, business, every room being occupied every
night. This is one of the best small
$2 a day hotels in the state and will
prove a fine investment and soon doa doable
ble doable the money at the price, 116,000,
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent,
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
MuDteiomi II lock, Oeala, Fla.
"THE WHEELS THAT WHEEL
The Irer-Johaaoa Bicycle.
The Ocala Bicycle Shop,
H. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietor.
Bites of poisonous Insects that caus
the flesh to swell up must be treated
with a healintr antiseptic that will
counteract the poison and heal the
wound. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT
answers every requirement In such
cases. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Are offering their entire line of
arod Shirt Waisffis
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Come and make your selec selections
tions selections before these beautiful
goods are all gone.
PHONES: DAY, NO 10. NIGHT, NOS. 805 OB 04
WE CARRY IN STOCK THE CELEBRATED, EVERLASTING
As well as a full line of medium and low-prioed Caaketa amd
Coffins. Personal and prompt attendance to all parta of th
country, night or day, by automobile, when desired. Serrloa
fully up to date and guaranteed satisfactory. Burials mad In
Our Style B
Call up Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee lo Save You Money.on Any Work la Oar lists
employ none bat expert
oe of work we eoaatraet
rlKlil Inspector. It co nothlns to set our fig-area, jmrn are the
winner, whether we necure the contract or aot. Give aa a trial.
M. W. T(UCIKEIR
FORT KING BLOCK
THEWOODIiRSAi nni CO
CEMENT, CRUSHED STONE & LAKE IVEIR SO
all classes of Artificial Stone and Ce Cement
ment Cement Brick. Plans and estimates furn furnished
ished furnished for all classes of concrete and ce cement
ment cement buildings. We handle the highest
grade of cement and build the best side sidewalks
walks sidewalks in the state.
PHONES 331 amdl SOU
E. C. SBtTEH.
O. V. ROBERTS.
ok is pin)
for our patrons to select their
own fashions. We show them them-a
a them-a splendid selection of up-lo
date designs in the finest
fabrics, and we make a Suit
to measure with the under understanding
standing understanding that it fits or there is
no sale We want to make you
a trial suit, because we know
we will have your future cus custom
tom custom afterwards.
as Give an Estimate a Year
we are la pontile a to ft-waraatee
to ntand the laaaeetlaa of the mmmt
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittiager A Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
; J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
fraction of 1 pet cent, to the danger
and inconrenicnce that has existed on
that street for fifteen years, and it Is
better to hare It come !n that street
than any other. The truth of it prob
ably is. that "Selah" and his friends do
not want Mr. Rents to have any admis
sion to the business part of the city.
BIO CROP OP VELVET BEANS
TUi Tear Erer
The county has the heaviest velvet
ben crop this season that has ever been
known. The rains have made the vines
If the council has no rieht to Jdve the row aP&ce and in many places, where
Ocala Northern a franchise. It has no tne 011 13 the vines have reached
rieht. and never did have, to let any the toP3 of sma11 trees ln Vet ground
I x i t i. : : .i I and have bv no means matured vpT
mm mann i raiiruau Mjr a jmu ui iislk mgiue mc i
SKKMS TU Mis t i .v. i.... The writer was out as far aa thf Ppdro
n tarnc DICHT Tl.KK I uiuus. x 5Ut i lur cue, ici 91
mine teen tear up ineir lines ana turn
settlement Sunday and many of the
. 0 m' w di-natch to the the streets over to the Selahs and the Summerfield land company settlers who
A Springfield. Mass. LraB8. for we hardly think there are came too late to plant other crops.
ruiiitutiyuu iwniu ... 1
. I v, oi-v. .u v, I have their fields of new srround Dlant-
t. cav nf Mrs. Julia Estelle rencn . k
Taair from I generally grows In the streets or
the Newoort villa of her millionaire rallroadless town.
nr,,v cvonAh with Mack'
ntv th handsome chauffeur. I SOME PRIZK CORN
uv o w
'Mrs. Geraehty prefaced her remarks
with the following: I On display today In the Munroe
ed to velvet beans and the vines are
most luxuriant. One man had left
many small trees and saplings in the
land and the vines had literally cov
ered them, as well as his little cottage.
the vines having climbed onto the roof
and clear to the ridge of the roof. The
pinder and cow or field pea crop is
equally as prolific about over the coun-
THE TAMIXG OF.
RED BUTTE WESTERN
GUAVAS FOR SALE
want some fine guavas
I would rather live In a dog kennel I Chambllss Bank Is a bunch of the
with Jack than in a palace with tne i finest corn we have ever seen. The
richest society fool I know. I can keep I corn was photographed and attracted ty
hAn t know all about marketing, i a great aeai 01 attention, it was
I have practiced this on the quiet in I grown on the drained lands of Messrs.
v nwn home In Dreoaration for Just 1 Kyle & Young, east of the Oklawaha
. t I rlsop Sinn uraa hrnucht' tn tnwn thia I vu warn suiub uue Kuavas a.i
inis gecusiuu. i : 1. ,. ....
x rsrac-htv was met as she came l morning by Mr. Young. The corn Is of owesi prices, pnone iu me oiar ouice
. hnmhi. r!ridence or her i th Southern white varletv. was nlant- your uruer wm recede prumpi i-
UUt a. as i f
husband's cousin. Joseph H. Harris ed on May 18th and stands 15 feet high, lenwwn.
It has a sign on its front with the I There were eight stalks and it all
legend "Joseph H. Harris, carpenter." grew a space 31 inches long In the row. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY
and was on her way to a place oi There were ten huge ears on the stains TOR SALE ON GOOD TERMS
meeting with her bridegroom, who was i as large and long as we have ever seen
in town on business. She was simpiyim tne state, inis lana was tne oea oil Large. 10-room house with large
dressed 'in a white waist and skirt. I Dead" river less than a year ago. Can grounds. Lot Is 140x250 feet. Has
white shoes and a white Grecian band I this record be surpassed In the state? large- two-story stable with two good
in her hair. She said: I There are torty-nve acres of this kind stalls, also carriage room; a two
j;In the first place. I have always I of corn and much of It will make 150 room servant's house, also house suit
hated society and because or mis. i bushels to the acre. able for garage. Fruit trees, etc. Has
points of disagreement were always fine large lawn. Is situated on one of
springing up between myself and my jj, c. ATTENTION the prettiest streets in Ocala, four
family. They wanted me to go In for blocks from court house. Apply for
the life that all the young women or I Ther win be eal, metlnr of terms to Box 180 or A. C. L freight
my class liked, but I rebelled. DIcklson Chanter. U. T n Wednesday depot, care J. F. Thompson
The people In society are too vapid. I ft ahwi isth at 4 vwt at
the men especially, and it was a rarity tne resldence of Mrg- Wesley Btev-
when I met a real man among inem.
They all seemed Insane, their interests
in trivial things, except at those times
when all their energies were not bent
on money-making, and this bored me
to extinction. I had not been 'out
lAiir he fore I realized that this life
would never do for me.
STORE FOR RENT
Mr 8. Winer,
HON. J. MILTON BRYAN
Half ef frost "tore dowantalra at the
iWoodur Mock, mext to Tfceua-Zaefcery
Furattvre Mouse, for rest. Apply to
Mr. Akim or Mr. Besaett, with Ocala
Father of Seaator N. P. Bryaa Dead at I Plambtaa- A Electric Company,
His Hosae la Mis ml
Miami. Auerust 15. J. Milton ftrY-sn. I RRnnfH PI LOST
Kk n n n an hArtla till ... ... .... I
wu. ratner or mates senator watnan LoSt on tne streets Monday, a gold
roe. so seir-cenierea. viuK m Bryan, died yesterday at his home k,K a k vt t Mrt
Pinder please return to Star office.
. . m v, t i I uruucii iui lueu uy a. kuui wi guiu, jji i
pleasure a nd the exc itement o having ,n Dan,a m near h e w,n b i f strandg plain and part engraved
prenier irotas burled in Jacksonville Wednesday
and richer husbands ana more jeweis
and larger entertainments. So when I
tell you that my meeting with Mr.
Geraghty made me all the firmer In my
determination not to be either In or j
BIO MAJORITY FOR
WOOLEN REDUCTION BILL
TORTURED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS
by a cure-defying stomacn n-ouble
that baffled doctors and, and resisted
all remedies he tried, John W. Mod
ders. of Moddersville, Mich., seemed
doomed. He had to sell his farm and
give up work. His neighbors said "he
can't live much longer." "Whatever I
ate distressed me," he wrote, "till I
tried Electric Bitters," which worked
such wonders for me that I can now
eat things I could not take for years.
Its surely a grand remedy for stom
ach trouble." Just as good for the
liver and kidneys. Every bottle guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Only 50c. at Tydings & Co's.
31st, 1911, F. A. Moulton retaining the
business of the firm at Ocala, Fla.
F. A. Moulton.
Ocala. Fla., August 7, 1911.
Wash Inert on. Auerust 15 The tariff
of this society you can una ers tana ... t md oonslderahle nro-
why we ran away and were married. rr.9 !n Congress yesterday. The
-Our first meeting was three years Houae by a YOte of 20 to 90 without a
ago. Mr. ueragniy was sem ruuu democrat breaking the party allgn allgn-demonstrate
demonstrate allgn-demonstrate a new car that my father ment adopted the conference report
had told me I might buy. and imme- on th- wool tariff reVision bill and
dlately I was attracted to him. He ruahed lt OTer to the senate where It
was so intensely different from the was hung ud on the calendar for nas-
men I had been presented to. ne was ao sage probably today.
honest, so manly, so strong, ana ne
carried himself as a nne, maniy man WHEELS QUICKLY REPAIRED
wno isn t airaia oi snyuouy uugiu w
carry himself. Let me repair your bicycle. Will
nnl saan't OTl 1 1 rplv his STOOd I s ja j I a
- u -. repair u ucurer 11 ij any I i.Tj-trrrrrrrx
looks that attracted me at the first address. I emnlov nothlnr hut I xwx,
meeting. Oh. no: It was something LtrUncod workman Sat l of aM inn o-iiar. Th ftrm ot Galloway & Moulton by.
more subtle something that seemed to anteed. Phone 428. Ocala Bicycle Shon. muiuai consent was oissoivea on juiy
tell me here- was a man a ainereni H. S. Chambers, proprietor.
type of being from any I had Known
My, how I enjoyed tne arive. ai SOLDIERS HAD TO SHOOT
gave me an Interest in life I had not
dreamed or. What ata we taiK aoouir I police Uaahls to Qsr-ll UTmal
I am ashamed to say I don't remem- i strikers aaa Trooas Had to ho f "ANY A SUFFERING WOMAN
ber. but when the drive was done II Caned Oat 1 Drags herself painfully through her
was so happy that I could have sung. 1 London, August 15. The Daily Tele- 1 dally tasks, suffering from backache
We did not see much of each other j graph's Liverpool correspondent de-1 headache, nervousness, loss of appetl.e
that summer, but the influence wasscribes Sunday's disorders as one of land poor sleep, not knowing her Ills
there In my life, and I knew it was the bloodiest battles ever fought be-la-re due to kidney and bladder trou
stronger than anything else I had everjtwen the police and Hooligans. Ibles. Foley Kidney Pills give quick
felt. -The violence of the mob is inde- relief from pain and strength. No wo-
The following summer our friend- scribable." he says "The air was filled I man who so suffers can afford to over
ship ripened, and before fall we knewwtth brick, pieces of granite. Iron mis-I look Foley Kidney Pills. Sold by the
that we cared for each other. 6o youl8ieS( broken glass and bottles which I Court Pharmacy.
see it isn't exactly "puppy love. That!raust have been brought to the scene
winter I went abroad, but we corre- intentionally. After every baton charge I UP-TO-DATE MAPS
sponded and we came to really Know i by the police the scene was sickening.
each other In our letters. I have them There were scores of prostrate victims Latest maps of Florida and all oth
all. and I will always treasure them. J bleeding from head and face, some ofler states at Ballard's.
no matter what happens,
The next summer my parents learn learned
ed learned of our meetings, and they tried in
every way to break 1t up. but It was
no use. and I let them know it.
"But I wouldn't be married before I
was 18; I was too wise for that. I
was 18 the week before we ran away,
and they can't do a thing to us.
VBut their displeasure is the only
thing that bothers me I am not a bit
afraid of poverty in so long as I have
Jack to share it with me.
"But my husband can support me,
and support me well. He Is earning
S50 a week now. The papers put his
pay at $50 a month. That is not true.
He is an automobile demonstrator and
gets $50 a week now.
"I have written to my father and
told him that I was sorry to worry
them, but that I have taken this step
for good and nothing can change me
nothing in this world but death can
separate me from my husband.
"And as for society and what it may
say," the pretty bride concluded. "I
don't care a snap. Why. a society that
smiles upon the marriage of Madeline
Force and Colonel Astor and frowns on
my marriage with the man I really love
why, what Is one to say of such a
society? I'm sure I haven't command of
words sufficient to express my opin
them insensible. When the rioters dis
persed the place was like a shambles. I SEEMED TO GIVE
Blood was everywhere. Ambulances I HIM A NEW STOMACH
and cabs were used in removing the
wounded. The police force was totally I "I suffered intensely after eating,
inadequate to the situation and trooDsland no medicine or treatment I tried
had to be called out. Not until they j seemed to do any good," writes H. M
had fired into the mob. killing several I Youngpeters, editor of the Sun, Lake
View, Ohio. "The first few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets gave me surprsing relief, and
the second bottle seemed to give me a
new. stomach and perzectly good
health." For sale by all dealers.
Now, as to that trolley line. It is my
opinion that if the Star man had to
foot it to Silver Springs and back once
a week until he could come In on that
trolley line he would wear out the
soles of many a pair of shoes before
he would get his ride. 'Selah" in the
-What proof. Mr. Selah. has anyone
that your opinion is of any special
weight? What right have you to say
that Mr. Rentz will not carry out his
contract? Doesn't it strike you that If
some one else made such an assertion
without any proof to back it, that you
would think he was foolish? If you
have proofs, go to the council meeting
tonight and produce them.
Now, he is far oft the track If he
thinks I am a kicker. I am anything
else when 1t comes to working for the
upbuilding and improving or our city:
will do quite as much as the Star.
-"Selah" in the Banner.
What have you done for the upbuild
ing of the city, Mr. Selah, anyhow?
Give us some Instances of your ability
in the upbuilding line before you blow
so loudly of your intentions.
I reneat and assert that an addition
al trar4c alone there will close the
street to vehicle travel and render it
a strniftinc menace to life, limb and
property, and anything that the Star
man can say or do cannot alter the
facts. He knows these facts to exist.
it he tvn took the trouble to examine
into them and that he certainly should
have done. "Selah" in the Banner.
The Star is as well acquainted with
that street as anybody In town. It
knows that there has been compar
atively little travel on it for the last
fifteen years. It knows that there Is
only one house facing It for the whole
distance the Ocala Northern asks for
track rights, and even that house is
not dependent on it for a thoroughfare
It knows the whole street from north
to south, the entire length of the city
is elven up to railroad traffic, and no
bodv has ever complained before. The
Ocala Northern franchise will not add a
men and wounding a large number did
the rioters disperse."
DR. H. W. COUNTS PHONES
SUNDAY TRIPS TO SILVER SPRINGS
Aaothcr Coavealcat Method off Reaeh-
laar a Pleasaat Resort
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
REST AND HEAIiTH
The big automobile true or the TO MOTHER AND CHILD
Ocala Transportation Comapny will
maxe Jsunaay passenger trips to tne l Mrs. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
Springs during the remainder of thejhas been used for over SIXTY YEARS
summer. observing the following I by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
schedule: Leaving the court house I fHrT.nnnv wmr.v tprthimp. with
square at 9 and 11 a. m. and 2 and 4
p. m. Fare for the round trip, 50 cents.
HAY FEVER, ASTHMA
AND SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved quickly and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it.
E. M. Stewart, 1034 Wolfram St., Chi
cago, writes: "I have been greatly
troubled during the hot summer months
with hay .fever and find that by using
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound I
get great relief." Many others who
suffer similarly will be glad to benefit
by Mr. Stewart's experience. Sold by
PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD. SOFTENS THE GUMS, AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC.
and Is the best remedy for DIAR
RHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
Kind, x wenty-nve cents a bottle
lve or six doses hkhit will cure
any case of chills and fever. Price, 25
FALLS VICTIM TO THIEVES
S"W. Bends of Coal City, Ala., has a
justifiable grievance. Two thieves stole
his health for twelve years. They
were a liver and kidney trouble. Then
Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled
them. He's well now. Unrivaled "for
constipation, malaria, headache, dys
pepsia. 25c. at Tydings & Co's.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Edbalraers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Men. our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, free. Moler Barber College,
There are Two Kinds ot Chill Tonic
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED j
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA. TO
CURE CHILLS. FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST.
ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC
Having bought the J. L. Leltner
store, I wish to announce to all that
I will open In the new place Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. August 10th, with a more com
plete stock than ever, and the public
is invited to call and see me, and I
assure you that your wants will be
taken care of In the best possible man manner.
ner. manner. Remember. I guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Ollie Mordls.
RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE
Two choice residence lots In pretty
Palmetto Park addition to Ocala, next
to. Dr. F. E. McClane's new residence.
Apply at 3tar of flea.
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 China.
ta Pewertsl CaUl Taale
It nuts the lirer In healthy.
Tlsrorous condition and cures
the chills by destroying the
disease germs which Infest the
system. Herblne Is a fine ami-
neriodic meoicine, more enec-
tlve than the syrupy mixtures
that sicken the stomach; be because
cause because lt not ontv kills the dis
ease germs, but acts effectively
in the liver, stomach and bow bow-ala,
ala, bow-ala, thus putting the system In
condition to successfully resist
the usual third or seventh day
return of the chill. Herblne is
a eleaasing and Invigorating
meoicine for tne whole noay.
Met Sae 9r Bettle.
Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing
ointment for Sere Eyes.
BY FRANCES LYNDE
Copyright 1910 by Charles Scfibner's
OR the first few weeks after the
change in ownership and the
arrival of the new superintend superintendent
ent superintendent at Angels a sardonic laugh
was heard in the land. The Red des desert
ert desert grinned like the famed Cheshire
cat when an incoming train from the
east brought sundry boxes and trunks
said to contain the new boss ward wardrobe.
robe. wardrobe. Its guffaws were long and up uproarious
roarious uproarious when it began to be noised
about that the company carpenters
and fitters were installing a bath and
other civilizing and softening appli appliances
ances appliances in the alcove opening out of the
superintendent's sleeping room In the
Lldgerwood slept in the Crow's Nest
not so much from choice as for the
reason that there, seemed to be no al alternative
ternative alternative save a room in the town
tavern, appropriately named the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Celestial.
It is a railroad proverb that the
properly inoculated Tailroad man eats
and sleeps with his business. Lldger Lldgerwood
wood Lldgerwood exempltfled the saying by hay haying
ing haying a wire cut into the dispatcher's
office, with the' terminals on a little
table at bis bed's head and with a tiny
telegraph relay instrument mounted
on the stand. Through the relay, tap tapping
ping tapping softly in the darkness, came the
news of the line, and often after the
strenuous day was ended Lldgerwood
would He awake listening.
At the tar paper covered. Iron roof roofed
ed roofed Celestial, where he took his meals,
Lldgerwood had a table to himself,
which he shared at times with Mc Mc-Closkey
Closkey Mc-Closkey and at other times with
breezy Jack Benson, the young engi
neer whom Vice President Ford had
sent upon Lidgerwood's request and
recommendation to put new life into
the track force and to make the pre preliminary
liminary preliminary surreys for a possible west western
ern western extension of the road.
un tne line ana in tne rounanouse i
and repair shops the nickname "Col "Collars
lars "Collars and Cuffs" became classical, and
nee, when Brannagan and the 117
were ordered out on the service car,
the Irishman wore the highest cellu celluloid
loid celluloid collar he could find in Angela,
rounding out the clownery with a pair
of huge wickerware cuffs, which had
once seen service as the coverings of
a pair of maraschino bottles.
Lldgerwood ignored the Jests good
naturedly, rather thankful for the
playful interlude' which gave him a
breathing space and time to study the
field before the real battle should be- i
That a battle would have to be
fought was evident enough. As yet
the demoralisation had been scarcely
checked, and sooner or later the neces necessary
sary necessary radical reforms would hare to
begin. Gridley, whose attitude toward
the new superintendent continued to
be that of a disinterested adviser, as assured
sured assured Lldgerwood that he was losing
ground by not opening the campaign
of severity at once.
The fact that the master mechanic
was continually urging the warfare
made Lldgerwood delay it. Just why
Gridley's counsel should have produced
such a contrary effect Lldgerwood
could not have explained. The advice
was sound, and the man who gave it
was friendly and apparently ingenu ingenuous.
ous. ingenuous. But prejudices, like preposses prepossessions,
sions, prepossessions, are sometimes as strong as they
are Inexplicable, and, while Lldger
wood freely accused himself of injus
tice toward the master mechanic, a
certain feeling of distrust and repul
sion, dating back to his first impres impressions
sions impressions of the man, died hard.
Oddly enough, on the other hand,
there was a prepossession, quite as
unreasoning, for Hallock. There was
absolutely nothing in the chief clerk
to Inspire liking or even common busi business
ness business confidence. On the contrary, while
Hallock attended to his duties and car
ried out his superior's instructions
with the exactness of an automaton,
his attitude was distinctly atagonlstlc.
As the chief subaltenTon Lidgerwood's
small staff he was efficient and well
nigh invaluable. As a man Lldger Lldgerwood
wood Lldgerwood felt he might easily be regarded
as an enemy whose designs could
never be fathomed or prefigured, but
under the crabbed and gloomy crust of
the man the superintendent fancied he
could discover a certain savage loyalty.
But under the loyalty there was a
deeper depth of misery or tragedy, or
Questioned by Lldgerwood, McClos McClos-key
key McClos-key declared that Hallock was mar married;
ried; married; that after the first few months in
Angels his wife, a strikingly beautiful
young woman, had disappeared and
that since her departure Hallock had
lived alone in two rooms over the
freight station, rooms which no one,
save himself, ever entered.
On the Red Butte Western orders,
regarded by disciplined railroad men
as having the immutability of the laws
of the Medes and Persians, were still
Interpreted as loosely as if they were
but the casual suggestions of a by bystander.
stander. bystander. Rules were formulated only
to be coolly Ignored when they chanced
to conflict with some train crew's
desire to make up time or to kill it.
Directed to account for fuel and oil
consumed, the enginemen good natured naturedly
ly naturedly forged reports and the storekeepers
blandly O. K.'d them. Instructed to
keep an accurate record of all material
used, the trackmen Jocosely scattered
more spikes than they drove, made
firewood of the stock crosstles and
were not above underpinning the sec section
tion section houses with new dimension tim timbers.
bers. timbers. In countless other ways the waste
was prodigious and often mysteriously
unexplainable. The company supplies
had a curious fashion of disappearing
in transit. Two carloads of building
lumber sent to repair the station at
Red Butte vanished somewhere be between
tween between tlu Anjrels shipping yards and
their biUlne- dpstinntlon
WIFE GOT TIPTOP ADVICE
"My wife wanted me to take our boy
to the doctor to cure an ugly boll."
writes D. Frankel of Stroud. Okla. "I
said'put Pucklen's Arnica Salve on it.'
She did so and it cured the boil in a
short time.." Quickest healer of burns,
scalds, cuts, corns, bruises, sprains
and swellings. Best pile cure on earth.
Try it. Only 25c. at Tydings & Co's.
A. ''ME (tin
SATUQDAY. TOE OPHIfflS DAY CF ODD CIS
SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK REDUCTION SALE
was fht best sale day we bave bad la five years cr cas!i receipts Here 2 11 b
no wonder as tte prices are wbat is selliz qccs. Sc:s cf Sc!zrc!ays ecrrra
bave been back acd premised ta call caaia. Tfcy are brfc3 Csfcr ctcra cID
Craa. Glazee at a few ci &t prices frcn car farce cireclcr.
uerie ana there
Men's $2.00 Felt Hats
Children's 20 cent heavy Ribbed
Ladies 35 cent Hand Bags
999 Steamboat Playing Cards
Men's 25 cent Caps
Wood Curtain Poles
Children's Black Ribbed Hose
J. & P. Coats' Thread
Gents' Boston Sox Supporters
Guaranteed Alarm Clocks
Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
Three Hundred-page Pencil Tablet
Eaton Hurlbut's Box Paper
$1.00 Corsets, Royal Worcester
Ladles' 65 cent Corsets
Men's Silk Ties
Ladies' 10 cent Black Hose
Air Float Talcum Powder
Hard Water Castile Soap
Children's Hose Supporters
Ladies' and Misses' Tape Girdles 24
Ladies' Highly Mercerized Hose,
Ladies' Ribbed 10 cent Vests
Ladies' 50 cent Belts
Ladies' 25 cent Collars
Ladies' Guaranteed Silk Hose
Hoyt's Dime Cologne
Royal Worcester $1.50 Corsets
Dixie Mosquito Nets
Ladies $4 Silk Petticoats
" DRY CCDDS
potted Suesine Silk, worth 35c
assorted colors at ..........
Fancy Summer Silks. Foulard pat patterns,
terns, patterns, worth 75c, at ........
Persian Silk, suitable for Waists.
$1.00 values at . . . .
Heavy Silk Finish Corded Repp. iq
1 50c. values, at : . . t . &p C
Satin Stripe Poplins, the latest,
30c values at ............
Mercerized Foulards, assorted pat
terns. 2 5c. values at .
Frenchi Roman StriMaataa..5c fjlj i
Fine Dress Ginghams.1 assorted oil
patterns, 12 V&c values at 0C
: Elektra Cloth, suitable for child- :0'a)V i
ren's dresses at
Persian Figured Challies. suitable Oil
for kimonas, at ............
Serpentine Crepe, suitable for O
v house dresses, 19c values at.
.Fine White Dress Goods, 25 cent 1 A
values at 45JC
Plain White Lawn. "Pride of the oil
West." 12 c values at
. Dress Linen; assorted colors,, 20c f
Ironclad Galatea Cloth, 15 cent
values at ....:..........
Chambray, assorted colors, suitable
for dresses, 8c values at .. .
Fancy Stripe Linen, nice for suits q'
25c values for
Yard wide : Bleached Sheeting. 9c
Yard wide Unbleached Sheeting.
8Vc values at ... ...
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 25c. val value
ue value at
39-inch Unbleached Sea Island
Cotton, 8 c values for : .
3-4 Percales, Fast Colors, 7c val
42-inch Bleached Pillow Casing 13c q
values at . .'. ..........
Light Color Calicoes, 6 cent. values
Heavy Unbleached Drill, 10c values
Black and Blue Duck. 10c. values
at . . . ... .'.
9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 30c values O yf
Colored. Dress Lawns, 5c values iiL
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, no starch,
10c. values at
S 0-inch White Linen, heavy. $1.25
t values at .... . . . . .'. C
Yard wide Black Taffeta Silk. $1
val ues for .-.. .. ....
Yard wide Black Taffeta Silk.
$1.25 value for
This Is beyond any question oi a doubt ibe lowest price sale ibat bca
ever, been pulled oil in Ocala.. Corce and look around, it iviil pay yea.
(Csaini YdDun Tcellll
That we have been selling; your neighbor GROCER GROCERIES
IES GROCERIES for several -years but have not been able to reach
you? We use no charm to hold out customers, bat it
is a noticeable fact that once they give us a trial they
become permanent customers. Why is this? We say,
QUALITY, FAIR PRICES and HONEST BUS BUSINESS
INESS BUSINESS METHODS. We do not claim to carry a ;
"cheap" line of groceries, but from the f erst day of -our
business career we have stuck to QUALIT Y,
and at all times give our customers only such goods
as we hnow will give entire satisfaction.
2 PHONES. 16 AND 174
J. M. MEFFERT. President.
J. K. CHRISTIAN, Vice President
W. D. CARN. Sec' aad
J. H. TAYLOR,
OCALA FERTILIZER COMPANY
We Manufacture a Superior Fertil Fertilizer
izer Fertilizer for
BEANS CORN CANE
POTATOES . TURNIPS
..LAWNS. SHRUBBERY. ETC.
ORANGE TREES GRAPE VINES
WE SELL ALL ..
OCALA BnnilXi CtAtL TiSSSDA,, AtTOTCT 18, 1011.
OU are reminded that the Commercial
N jT Bank is a state institution and under
the direct supervision of the banking
department of the State of Florida
That its capital and surplus is $75000,00 and
that vre are growing but can still take care of more
THE COffiERCI HI
AIR DOME 1WAKCXS
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Eagles meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
If you want a Merry Widow, see
Ayer returned from
Motion Pictures aiid Music
EVERY EVENING AT
The Temple Theater
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Change of Profjran Every Night
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
CONTAGION BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH
THE FOUR OP US THE STORM
A MUTT AND JEFF REEL WEDNESDAY -AFTERNOON AND EVENING
5 or doses
of Chills and Fever.
will cure any case
Price, 2 Sc.
The Air Done has a pleasant sur-
; prise in store for its patrons, ana win
sarin? it on them tomorrow evening, so
don't fail to be present.
There was an extra size Monday
night crowd out last evening. All the
pictures were of great interest, partic particularly
ularly particularly "The Sawmill Hero," the scenes
for which were taken on ground famil familiar
iar familiar to many in the audience.
The program for tonight is as fol follows:
lows: follows: The Changing of Silas Warner.
The Power and the Glory.
An Eventful Evening.
Mr. Jno. T. Lewis came up from Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha today.
Buttermilk, fresh every
day at the
Mrs. Carstens returned today from
visit to Lake Weir.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun fountain
tain fountain of the Court Pharmacy.
and Mrs. G. T.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.
Rev. A. L.
Prisoc of Berlin was in
COUNCIL. MEETS TONIGHT
The city council will meet
A full attendance is urged.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
FOUND A CRANK
Not a man. but an auto crank, on
the Belleview road Monday. Owner
can have same by calling on Mr. Z. C.
Chambliss. matching the crank with a
car and paying for this advertisement.
PARCEL DELIVERY POST
Buttermilk, fresh every day
Prices Ten and Five Cents
J. W. AKIN
DAVID S. WOODROW
K. C. BENNETT
Ocala JPfliiinnilbilirnsj fit
PLUMBING AND TINNING
ELECTRIC WORK IN ALL BRANCHES
Pumps, Gas Engines, Steam Heating, Irrigating Plants, Rubberoid
Roofing, Fire Extinguishers, Kewanee -Water Plants, Acetylene Gas
Plants, Lamps, Motors, Generators, Fans, Batteries, Electric Fixtures,
Heating Appliances, Everything Electric Electric, Electric Installa Installations.
tions. Installations. WOOD MAR BLOCK.
P. O. BOX.4I
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Mrs. B. T. Perdue left today for a
visit to Daytona Beach.
I have decided to open a parcel de
livery service in connection with my
at the I bicycle business and will deliver pack
ages or messages to any part of the
city for ten cents. Call 'phone 428.
Ocala Parcel Delivery Station, H. S.
ABOVE THE AVERAGE
t the Mesleaa
Pletare at the
One of the subjects at the Temple to tonight
night tonight will be even more than usually
interesting. It is a thrilling story of
love, danger and rescue taken on the
Mexican border during the recent
scenes of revolution and watch-care of
the American troops on .the boundary
line. The extra interesting reel is sup supported
ported supported by other fine subjects, making
up a show that simply can't be out outclassed.
classed. outclassed. Don't forget tomorrow afternoon and
evening, "Mutt and Jeff" and "The
THE -&ml-l.ak OtlAL
This evening the Senior Epworth
League of the M. E. church will meet
with Miss Genevieve Smith, at her home
on Dougherty street, the monthly busi business
ness business and social meeting being post postponed
poned postponed from the second to the third
Tuesday in August, on account of the
absence of Rev. J. B. Ley from the
city. All members are urged to be
present as there will be the election of
officers for the following year, 1S11-12.
Remember the "Dollar Social" feature
of the league this time. It was planned
to meet financial ends, so plan to carry
it out. But don't miss the meeting on
that account for the league is not
financially restricting. There is a
royal time waiting for you this even evening,
ing, evening, so come and take advantage of It.
A cordial invitation extended to all
If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills' studio.
C. L. Mizelle of Mcintosh registered
it the Montezuma last night.
Buttermilk, fresh every
day at the
Mrs. J. P. Phillips has returned from
pleasant visit with friends at Shady.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.
Jake Brown, as everybody knows, Is
a patient man. it Jake ana jod naa
sat in a game of patience, Jake could
have given Job cards and spades and
yet came out ahead by several points.
But Jake doesn't think Job's patience
was fairly tested, being as Job had no
auto. Jake has an auto, and the auto
has had three accidents in two weeks.
and if it has a few more Jake is going
to break his calm and, like one of Mark
Twain's heroes, say: "This is growing
If you want a carriage or dray
any time between 6 a. in, and 8 p. m.,
call 'phone 428. I will be glad to serve
you. Ocala Parcel Delivery Station,
H. S. Chambers. Proprietor.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard
up from Eustls today.
5 or 8 doses will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price. 25c.
Mrs. M. R. Thompson of Ocala is at
the Windsor. Times-Union.
Buttermilk, fresh every
day at the
Mr. A. J. Brlgance is proving to be
la nrst-class detective, adoui two
weeks ago Mayor Robertson thought
he had lost his pocketbook. containing
j some papers, receipts, etc. After a few
questions were asked concerning same.
Mr. Brigance went to work and now
a negro by the name of Henry Hill 'is
in jail. He had the pocketbook in his
possession, but at first said he had
bought it of Mayor Robertson.
Mr. Fred S. Gray of Jacksonville,
who is largely interested in canning
factories, has, in company with Mr.
Fred Magaw, been visiting the various
localities improved by the New South
Farm and Home enterprises, and is
much impressed by the favorable out outlook
look outlook for the extensive production of
all kinds of vegetables. Canning fac
tories are one of the needs of Florida.
Scarcely a little town in the state hut
what could profitably keep up at least
small canning plant.
Russell Sams of Jacksonville was
the Ocala House last night.
Herman Wertheim of Atlanta was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
C. A. Pound of Gainesville was at
the Ocala House last night.
Pete Mcintosh left today for Homo-
sassa on. business for G. S. Scott.
Mr. D. S. Williams, Jr.. of the South
ern Phosphate Development Company,
and Mr. R. C. Muncaster of the Ocala
Lumber & Supply Company, were pas-
! sengers on the early morning train to
Jacksonville. Mr. Muncaster will spend
a day with his family at Atlantic
Beach, while Mr. Williams will return
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
Dr. H. C. Dosler has aaeva-i hla afflec
to the seeoad floor of the Laaler Re-h-
ertaoa halldlaa;. opposite Melver aad
MaeKay. Phaaeat OfSee, 41; Realdeaee,
J. Shaw of New York and S.
Blackshear of New Orleans were
the Montezuma yesterday.
Your kodak work can be finished in
two to three days if you leave it at
Walter Hancock and Geo. L. Gates
I of Eustis were at the Montezuma last
Mr. Aspinwall, the barber, who har
been with Mr. Blesch the last few
! months, has gone to Savannah to take
la position there. His place in the Mon
tezuma barbershop has been taken by
Mr. J. R. Piatt, a clever young man
from Jacksonville, who knows Just how
to handle razor and shears. Mr. and
Mrs. Piatt have rooms at Dr. Thomp
son s resiaence.
Washington, Atig. 15. Local show
ers tonight or Wednesday, light to
moderate variable winds.
If you smoke you will be interested
in the best line of cigars in the city at
the Court Pharmacy.
LEADERS OF THE WORLD
AND THE AMBEKOLA IS THE
LEADER OP THE EDISON LINE
It Is the most perfect instrument
mechanically as well as the most
handsomely appointed that has ever
left the Edison factory. We are pleas pleas-ad
ad pleas-ad to show them.
LARGEST STOCK OF EDISON
RECORDS IN THE STATE
A. E. Burnett
MERCHANTS BLOCK. OCALA. FLA
WANTED To exchange lumber and
cypress shingles for runabout automo
bile. Address. G. E. Jacobs, Burbank
Mr. R. E. Waggoman will leave to
morrow night for a business trip to
Mr. E. P. Thagard, for a good many
years a resident or Ocala ana tax col collector
lector collector for Marion county, is in the city
for the first time in several months.
Mr. Thagard is now located at Gabriel-
la and likes it there very much. His
friends were all glad to see him and
to see him looking so well.
H. Brown of Tampa
Ocala House last night.
was at the i
Mr. H. W. Knight of Dunnellon came
up last night and is a guest of the
FOR RENT Orange grove on Lake!
Weir one mile from Eastlake, on the
A. C. L, Railroad. Address Mrs. H. O.
Spooner, 1811 K" street N. W.. Wash
ington, D. C.
Mr. C. B. v heeler of Jacksonville is
in the city, visiting his sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Klrkland returned
last night from their vacation spent in
the north and east. They visited New
York City. Buffalo and Niagara Falls
and spent a day on the Canadian side
at Montreal. They report a very
J. C. Compton of Leesburg was at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Mrs. B. F. Condon, Miss Louise Per
ry and Miss Onie Chazal went down to
the lake this afternoon.
Mr. B. T. Perdue, after spending
several days in the city, returned to
Port Inglis today, where he Is employ
ed in the overhauling of a very fine
steel hull yacht, the property of Mr.
WANTED Contractor with two or
three mule or ox teams to haul pine
timber; good contract to right party.
Address Sumner Lumber Company,
Mr. Lon Dozier went to Homosassa
today, to work on the books of one of
the leading merchants of that place.
Mr. C. O. Fox came up last night from
Crystal River in his automobile and
spent today calling on his trade here.
H. H. Stevens of Minneapolis was at
the Ocala House, last night.
Mr. W. C. Moore won the suit at
Jeffcoat's drawing last night, he being!
the first lucky man on the list.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Marlowe and lit
tle son left today for a visit to Or
FOR SALE One new ISO-egg Bud Bud-ley
ley Bud-ley Incubator for sale cheap for cash.
Has been used -once. P. O. Box 637,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Culbreath, aft
er a visit to their rriends nere, lert ror
John Stephens. E. M. Peterson, Geo.
H. Mays, and A"W. Da Costa of Jack
sonville were at the Ocala House yesterday.
Don't send your pictures out of town
to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills' studio. We can make them In
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
room in the city.
Mr. Stafford, editor of the Crystal
River News, came up last night and re
turned home this morning.
FOR SALE A well drilling ma
chine in good condition; 3 h-p engine;
all tools necessary. Address Arthur
Gallipeau, Martel. Fla.
Mr. John L Edwards is back from
Hendersonvllle, N. C, where he went
several days ago with his family. Mrs.
Edwards and the children will remain
i until October 1st.
When you are happy drink PLEZOL
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
Henry Jackson of Melrose was at
the Montezuma last night.
FOR SALE House and five acres of
land at Anthony. Fla. Mrs. & R. Har
well. 215 E. 7th street, Jacksonville,
Willie Chambers of Tampa is in the
city, visiting his uncle, Mr.. H. S.
Chambers. Willie lived in Ocala as a
boy, and his friends have not forgotten
him. tho he is almost a man now.
We have the best line of hair brush
es. combs, and other toilet articles in
the city. The Court Pharmacy.
L. H. VAN ENGELKEN, M. D.
Old Postoffice Building, Room 4.
QUICK AND COXVhVXIEXT
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodson and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ped Ped-rick
rick Ped-rick and baby and Mr. Milton Modney
have returned from a week's vacation
spent at that famous old camping
ground. Salt Springs. They enjoyed
the little trip very much and caught
all the flsh they could eat.
Miss Mamie Wilcox of Ocala was a
guest yesterday of Mrs. J. W. McCol McCol-lum,
lum, McCol-lum, returning to the Brick City on
last night's train. Gainesville Sun.
Mr. George Rentz and daughter,
Miss Ruth Rentz. leave tomorrow for
Georgia, where Miss Ruth will visit
friends and relatives for several
weeks. Mr. Rentz will go from there
to Baltimore and other places, where
he will rest and recuperate
Mrs. H. A. Kramer leaves Thursday
for Rochester, N. Y. She will ge on to
Canadian points, later to Michigan and
expects to finish her visit with her
sister in Chicago. She will be absent
until late fall.
This morning Mr. C. W. Smith went
out to Silver Springs and brought
back a negro charged with stealing a
suit of clothes from another negro. He
pled guilty to the charge.
Robert Coleman was arrested by Mr.
A. J. Brigance this morning for break
ing and entering. He was bound over
to the grand jury.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Mullins of Lees-
burg passed through town yesterday on
their way to visit their daughter at
Mr. Lewis Yonce, who has been
au!te sick the past two days, went
down to Eastlake this afternoon to
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bryan and -son
accompanied by Mrs. Bryan's sister.
Miss Maud Decker, left Thursday for
Daytona, Mrs. Bryan's home. They
went en route Hawthorne, Palatka and
Jacksonville, visiting Mr. Bryan's rel
atives. They will also visit Miami be
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Miller and child
ren will leave tomorrow for Detroit,
Mich., where they will remain for she
balance of the summer.
Mr. P. H. Hill of Dade City, former
ly of Fort McCoy, was in town today
and left on the afternoon train for
Owenton. Ky., where he will visit for
Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the Court
We can supply you with pure lee for
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICE PACKING CO,
HOLE KIDNEY PMS
D. A. Sproull of Barnesville. Ga..
was at the Ocala House yesterday.
FOR SALE Furnishings of a five-
room house including three months
rent alL for one hundred dollars. Ad
dress Furniture. Star office.
Mr. W. C. Blanchard badly injured
his right hand about ten days ago, the
cause being a fall from his bicycle. The
hand gave him great pain for awhile,
but is getting well now, though still
too stiff to use.
A. A. Waterman's self-filling, relia
ble, non-leaking fountain pens; all
sizes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.
R. E. Lee was at the Ocala House
yesterday. He hailed from Chicago.
Mrs. O. T. Green and Mrs. Mary
Eagleton are home from their visit to
C. E. Barron and R. Gowan Roberts
of Orlando were at the Montezuma
Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink 1
G. R. Halle of Cincinnati was at
Montezuma last night.
Do not allow your kidney and blad
der trouble to develop beyond the
reach of medicine. Take Foley Kidney
Pills. They give quick results and
stop Irregularities with surprising
promptness. Sold by Court Pharmacy.
H. Gill. O. M. Kelly, J. J. Bundix
and M. VHopson of Jacksonville were
at the Montezuma yesterday.
Buy it now. Now is the time to buy
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Choi
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is al
most certain to be needed before the
summer is over. This remedy has so
superior. For sale by all dealers.
After September ut we will he la
aew stare where ear facilities
will he rreatly Improved. We lavtte
yea to easse aad see haw we are sized
aad sollett year trade aad la retara
we smaraatee yea aasaraasaed aervtee.
If yea have a reaatattea of aaylas
year bills, all rights we shaU he ailed
ta aaea aa aeeeaat. If we have aet al
ready deae so, hat If year sepatattei
far aaytaa aet good, wc shall he
s;lad ta sjive yea the sasae aervlee bat
far eaah. Do mot aret aaad with aa If
we refase ta eredlt yaa for the reaaoa
will he that yaa da aet bear a s;x
reaatattea ar we da aat fcaaw. Re Re-meat
meat Re-meat her we did aot mafce your repata-
tlaa far aaylaa.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will ap
peal to you. See them at the Court
Mrs. S. R. Whaley and daughter.
Blanche and Olive, returned today
from a delightful trip to Atlanta.
White Springs and Madison.
Mr. Ernest Crook, secretary of the
H. B. Masters Company, will leave
Friday for New York City and other
points of interest in the east. Mr.
Crook will spend three weeks in and
about New York, resting and recup
Mr. Dodson, the street superintend
ent, will commence tomorrow morning
on the Lake Weir road from the front
of Mr. Mefferfs residence to the city
limits. Anyone who has been over
this road lately will agree that it is
sadly in need of some repair work.
Charles Rodoff. Proprietor.
The Dest Quick Locch Eat Eating
ing Eating lease in tie City
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. SUNUPS and
CHADS and all other del delicacies
icacies delicacies of the season.
MmajaaasaisiM ii is tH
1 2k UA
We buy In quanties that assures
our trade getting the choicest of
Drime meats that means the best
cuts for you when you trade here.
Your phone order is carefully filled
by a choice selection place a trial or
W. P. ED WARES
Phone 108 New City Market
TO 3EXJT, gKRTKOT
1 I VM
HTWMLL BE SAraTiKIEISE
AEOT COME M Mfl(SKITY
THE MAX YOU MAY SEEK BUSINESS ASSOCIATION WITH WILL
ASK YOU FIRST HOW OLD YOU ARE XEXT HOW MUCH MONET
YOU HAVE. IF YOU HAVE XO MOXEY HE WILL SEEK FURTHER.
" WE WILL PAY YOU 4 PER CEXT. INTEREST OX THE MOXEY
YOU PUT IX OUR BANK AXD COMPOUND THE INTEREST EVERY
-THREE MONTHS. i
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vive Pres.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
WANT YOUR TRADE
If you are not trading with us we
want you to commence doing so
Our methods, our fresh stock of groceries and our
prompt delivery of orders will be sure to please you.
FDESD COUNTRY EGGS. NEW SWEET POTATOES FOR SALE.
Courteous Treatment, Low Prices, Prompt Delivery.
J. C. GEIGER, Manager. TELEPHONE 114.
When in Need of
Write or Call on
Estimates Furnished on Work in Any Part of the State
WE ISSUE COUPONS ON TDE FREE PIANO CONTEST.
ASK FOR TRE11. PRONE 26
25 12 S. Main St. Ocala, Florida
. A. HO
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED
P. O. BOX 273
MISSION STUDY CLASS
The mission study class of the First
Baptist church will meet at the home
of Miss Alta Pearson Tuesday evening.
August 15th. Mr. C. L. West will be
the leader. The young people are spe specially
cially specially invited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Jewett and
little daughter and Miss Meta Jewett
returned today from the lake.
When you have anything to fra ne
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
Leo S. Julian and W. O. Sheppard of
Lake City were at the Montezuma yes
The finest line of stationery In boxes
of paper and envelopes and paper by
the pound that has ever been brought
to Ocala. Two grades of it at the Court
Clem D. Kennedy, a pilgrim far from
his home in Los Angeles, Calif., reg
istered at the Montexuma late yester
Countv Surveyor Alex Moorhead
went up to Reddick today, to do some
Cuts and bruises may be healed In
about one-third the time required by
the usual treatment by applying
1 Chamberlain's Liniment. It Is an an
tiseptic and causes such injuries to
heal without maturation. This lini
ment also relieves soreness of the
muscles and rheumatic pains. For
i sale by all dealers.
WHITE STAB TRANSFER OO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
Baggage, Freight, Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Giren All Order.
WE FOLICTT YOUR PATEONAGE
Harry Miller and wife of Silver
j Springs were at the Montezuma yes
Foley Kidney Pills will check the
progress of your kidney and bladder
trouble and heal by removing the
cause. Try them. Court Pharmacy.
Foloy Clidnoy IPiflq
TONIC IW ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of tfa
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
m.AnnRR nS all annovinv URINAR
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon ta
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Darts, 627 Washington St., ConnerfTtlle
Ind., is in bis 15th year, fie writes ns: "I hire
latel svffsred mnc& from my kidne and blad bladder
der bladder Ibadseversbeckscbessndmy kidney sctioa
was too frequent, canslnf me to lose much slesa
at night, and in my bladder there was cusstaBl
psin. I took Foley Kidney Pills for sne time,
and am now free of all truubls sou tisain able ta
be up and sxonnd. Foley kidney Pills Lave Wkf
fcjflkt recoaa mends tion."
FOR SALE BY COURT PBARBACY
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST IB, 1011.
Jiriifire audi Wtws&
We have in otir large stcre, almost every
thing yoti could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish,
ings that go with the line. Oar stock of
hardware is complete and the tools, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.
SEE IS BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES
FreeS Free S3
A $400 Upright Piano Will be Given Away
on November 16. by the Following Well
MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORK, fee Cream and Soda Water.
W. 8. C. YONGE, Plumbing.
HAYCRAFT & IteCAMP, MILLINERY.
HAYES & GLYNN, Dry Goods, Notions and Gents Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work
Yod May Secure Piano Ballots From the Above Firms. You
May Vote Them for Your Self or tor Any
MI 3$ MYRTLE BLALOCK MISS DOVIE GATES
M1S8 ESTHER LEY suss mattib moorr
MISS FREYERMUTH miss iii.i.i.i: hodge
MISS FANNIE COOK miss cevie ROBERTS
MISS ANNIE BENTON FULLER
MRS. HARRY COLE
MRS. A. M. RICHIE
MISS RUBY KNIGHT
MISS MAHV GATES
We understand there are several other candidates, and
would like to have them come in and give their
names to Hayes & Guvnn
(LAST. THEY A
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STATE AUDITOR'S REPORT
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OUR WIRE FENCING IS BULL-STRONG, HORSE-HIGH AND PIG PIG-TIGHT.
TIGHT. PIG-TIGHT. COME IN AND PRICE OUR FENCING WIRE, AND WE'LL DO BUSINESS
WITH YOU. YOU'LL FIND OUR WIRE AXD OIK PRICES RIGHT.
WHAT EVER BE YOUR NEEDS IN II It I) WARE, YOU'LL FIND OUR
STORE THE PLACE TO SUPPLY THOSE NEEDS.
IManrioir Mapdvaips Co.
THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and stamped on everything:
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of P.ugies, Carriages, Wagons.
Automobiles. Harness and Leather
3o.!i. and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. l-'veryth ingr that
wears wheels, made of leather or sroes
to make farming a pleasure. Call en
us wiien in need we will eliminate
KNIGHT & LANG,
OCALA - FLORIDA
A ComprehtnulTe and Eneoaraglns:
Report of Marioi t'onntr'ii
Tallahassee Florida, July 26, 1S11.
Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor,
I have the honor to report that n
compliance with your instructions, I
have recently examined the county
commissioners' books of Marion coun county.
ty. county. I -might" preface my report with
the statement that in the beginning
of my investigation, I was honored
with a visit from Hon. L. S. Light,
who seemed to be the head and
shoulders, as it were, of the move movement
ment movement seeking to bring about the ex examination.
amination. examination. He very kindly submitted in writ writing
ing writing ponits upon which he desired in information,
formation, information, and I conducted my exami examination
nation examination along these lines.
He wanted to Know:
1. What is the total receipts for
county from all sources for 1910 and
disbursements for same?
2. What is the indebtedness of
Marion county July 1st, 1911?
4. Have the county commissioners
the right to borrow money, without is issuing
suing issuing bonds? If so, under what
chapter of the law?
5. Have the county commissioners
been borrowing lately? If so, how
6. Have our county commissioners
lately issued interest bearing time
warrants, and is it legal and under
what chapter or authority?
7. Have our county commissioners
lately made contracts to be paid for
in the future? If so, what chapter
of the law gives them the permission
to do sa?
S. Have our county commissioners
complied with their duties, as das das-cribed
cribed das-cribed in chapter 7770?
9. Have the commissioners furn furnished
ished furnished the grand jury a record of the
county warrants issued according to
10. Have the commissioners post posted
ed posted a statement of the county receipts
and disbursements and furnished the
foreman of the late grand jury with
a copy as per chapter 772?
11. Have the county commissioners
the right to take moneys from one
fund and apply same to other funds,
and have our commissioners done so?
If legal, under what chapter of our
state laws or under what authority?
12. What is the pay the different
county (commissioners) received for
The aggregate receipts of 'Marion
county for all purposes were:
Fines and Costs 1909, $1471.72;
1910, $5077.77; 1911, $3592.30.
Collected by Road Overseers 1909,
$2229.65; 1910, $2009.35; 1911. $3S7.
Donations to Hard Roads 1909,
$2340.05; 1910, $2283.36; 1911, $1900.73.
Tax Redemptions 1909, $3043.21;
1910, $3485.12; 1911, $2373.69.
Hire State Convicts 1909. $5995.10;
1910, $7113.90;. 1911, $3591.
Hire County Convicts 1909,
$9778.32; 1910, $6974.07 ; 1911, $2753.66.
Interest on State School Fund
1909. $1653.48; 1910, $1469.88; 1911,
One Mill Tax 1909, $6S90.82; 1910,
$6643.94; 1911, $3001. 6S.
Sale Buildings. Lots, Produce, etc.
1909. $614.35; 1910. $3712.50; 1911,
Refunds, Transfers by Warrant
1909, $60.60; 1910, $610.66; 1911,
Y' 1 i
Temporary Loans by Treasurer
19U9, $2240.36; 1910, $81.33.
In Trust for Wm. Lehman 1909.
$300; 1910, $110.
Examination Fees 1909, $67; 1910,
$111"; 1911. $25.
Hunting Licenses 199, $180; 1910,
$190; 1911, $140.
Taxes Raid In 1909, $89,707.92;
!9in, !tt.S91.84; 1911, $64,890.18.
j Railroad License Taxes 1910,
$i097.42: 1911. $1115.80.
Rf-nt for Armory 19o9, $180; 1910,
Sumter County Costs West Case
1 &'!, $3(.'2.H.
Small Miscellaneous Receipts
199, $11.73; 1910, $602.S7; 1911, $18.
Totals 1909, $130,066.75; 1910,
$132,755.52; 1911, $86,059.63.
Total Warrants Paid During Years
- 1909, $129,339.06; 1910. $12S,635.09;
Receipts By Funds During Said Years
General Revenue Fund 1909, $21, $21,-764.91;
764.91; $21,-764.91; 1910, $25,938.09; 1911, $8976.56.
Fine and Forfeiture Fund 1909,
$17550.03; 1910, $13,018.59; 1911,
General School Fund 1909, $45, $45,-901.17;
901.17; $45,-901.17; 1910, $45,396.03; 1911, $30, $30,-694.76.
694.76. $30,-694.76. Road Fund 1909, $22,805.20; 1910,
$26,453.62; 1911, $21,681.27.
Building Fund 1909, $10,440.44;
1910, $10,872.65; 1911, $9950.10.
Special School Funds 1909, $11, $11,-605.00;
605.00; $11,-605.00; 1910, $11,076.54; 1911, $5912.76.
Totals 1909, $130,066 75; 1910,
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR R0UNDH0TEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan
THOMAS M. WILSON.
the county appears to have been $25, $25,-718.13
718.13 $25,-718.13 in debt. Taking this as a basis,
on July 1st, 1911, the outstanding in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness of the county was $107, $107,-314.82,
314.82, $107,-314.82, distributed among the several
funds as follows:
School fund, $7656.88; road fund,
$69,563.73; general revenue fund, $16, $16,-309.95;
309.95; $16,-309.95; fine and forfeiture fund,
$1596.39; building fund, $12,217.87. To Total.
tal. Total. $107,344.82.
The total cash on hand July 1st,
1911. was $2867.02, divided among the
funds as follows:
General school fund, $8.47; road
fund, $23.18; fine and forfeiture fund,
$55.21; building fund, $35.33; general
revenue fund, $20.85; special school
fund, $2723.98. Total, $2867.02.
This sum was covered by deposits
with the local banks.
In my judgment, it is doubtful if
county commissioners have the right
to borrow money outright. The com commissioners
missioners commissioners are expressly authorized
to build court houses and jails, with without
out without bonding the county. 808 Gen.
Stat. The statute, however, stipu stipulates
lates stipulates the levy for "such purposes
shall not exceed five mills for five
years. Chapter 5698 laws of Florida.
Acts of the legislature of 1909 page
26, providing for the county levy,
authorizes the county commissioner
to levy a tax not exceeding four
mills on the dollar to pay all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding indebtedness and interest there thereon.
on. thereon. Now, the assessed valuation of
taxable property in Marion county for
the year 1910 was $5,156,713. A
levy of five mills would be Insuffi Insufficient
cient Insufficient to pay for a new court house
or jail, such as the county has.
It would seem to follow then, that
the law contemplates such a condi condition
tion condition arising within a county as may
cause an outstanding indebtedness to
accrue by providing for the payment
thereof and the interest thereon.
In this county no money has been
borrowed outright; an indebtedness
has accumulated by the issue of more
warrants than the income would take
Outside of the temporary loans
made by the former treasurer, the
county has not borrowed any money
in the usual sense of the term; it
has, however, paid for the use of
money. That is to say it has main maintained
tained maintained its warrants at par, and to do
so found it necessary to pay interest
for the use of money. In 1910 inter interest
est interest paid amounted to $5,464.38; six
months of 1911 it was $6,669.39. The
amount of money upon which the
county is paying interest is constant constantly
ly constantly fluctuating, hence it was not prac practical
tical practical to undertake to ascertain tne
The commissioners recently, June
7th, 1911, issued interest bearing war warrants
rants warrants on the road fund, designated
as refunding warrants amounting to
$48,329.77. They had also issued cer certain
tain certain warrants, all of which were vali validated
dated validated and legalized by chapter 6288
laws of Florida.
In addition to the warrants men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the foregoing paragraph,
the commissioners made a contract
to be paid in future That is the pur purchase
chase purchase of a two cylinder motor roller
for $3,080.00 for which warrants are
to issue" upon its acceptance, as fol follows
lows follows :
Ono warrant payable in one year for
$971.70; One warrant payable in two
y. ais for $1,026 65; One warrant pay payable
able payable in three years for $1,081.65; All
without interest. $3,080.00.
Authority for this, can doubtless be
found under the general powers con conferred
ferred conferred upon the board by 769 and
S5o (len. Stats.
Interrogatories 8, 9, and 10.
.Aside from requiring regular
monthly reports from all county of of-ticers
ticers of-ticers the board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners has not made quarterly in in-si
si in-si sections of the offices and records of
the county offices. The general re requirements
quirements requirements of 7Sl appear to have
been complied with. It seems that
heretofore it has been cus customary
tomary customary for a committee from the
grand juries to inspect the county rec records,
ords, records, but this was not done by the
gram jury at its last sitting and no
records were shown the jury.
Under the requirements of 772
Gen. Stat., the county commissioners
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11th
The entire stock of new furniture of the Ocala Furniture "Com "Com-pany
pany "Com-pany has been thrown on the market at less than original cost. We
bought an entire new stock of furniture to open a store in the Robert Robertson
son Robertson building, and later closed a deal ith the Ocala Furniture Com- -pany
for all of their.new goods in order to get their location. "1 bus we
find ourselves with two large stocks of goods instead of one. In order
to close out the Ocala Furniture Company stock at once we are offeiiiig
it at prices that Ocala has never heard of before.
WE MUST HAVE ROOM
hence the stock MUST BE REDUCED. Here is an opportunity
to buy at your own price, as all prices will be cut to the quick on
During this Sale We Sell for Cash Only.
OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY'S OLD STAND
N. Magnolia St
Mr. Richard's Experience With Dif Different
ferent Different Diets. Peaches and
Buttermilk for Three Years.
Warrants Paid By Funds
General Revenue Fund 1900, $24, $24,-010.21;
010.21; $24,-010.21; 19K, $25,718.79; 1911, $9175 14.
Fine and Forfeiture Fund 1909,
$11,640.65: 1910, $11,912.21: 1911,
General School Fund 1909. $45, $45,-579.2G;
579.2G; $45,-579.2G; 1910, $44,S9S.91; 1911, $31, $31,-1S6.55.
1S6.55. $31,-1S6.55. Road Fund 1909, $2G,174.32; 1910,
$2?.103.04 ; 19U, $25,5G.9$.
Building Fund 1909, $11,480.30;
1910, $11,010.60; 1911, $9935.60.
Special School Fund 1909, $10, $10,-454.32;
454.32; $10,-454.32; 1910, $s9S9 54; 1911, $7754.37.
Totals 1909. $129,339.06: 1910.
$12S.C35.09; 1911, $$9,992.10.
There has been considerable out outstanding
standing outstanding indebtedness in this county
for a long time. As far' back as 1903
Cecilton, AW. Mr. George Richards,
of this place, during the past 12 years,
has probably tried more different diets
than the average person would ever use
in a lifetime.
What he has to say about his experi experiments,
ments, experiments, must therefore be highly interest interesting
ing interesting to anyone suffering from indigestion
or stomach troubles of any kind.
He says: "For more than 12 years,
I suffered with stomach troubles, and
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills
and medicines. I was also operated on
I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only thing
that would not give me pain was raw eggs.
I was a physical wreck. I could not
sleep, and was as near crazy as a man
could well be.
I must say that after taking twe 25-cent
packages of Thedford's Black-Draught,
it did me more good than all 1 ever spent
for other medicines.
I have been working daily on the farm
ever since, and I am as hard as iron."
This purely vegetable remedy has been
in successful use for more than 70 years.
Try it. But be sure that it's 'Thedf ord.M
are keeping proper minutes of their
proceedings and proper book of ac account
count account of their dealings with the coun county
ty county finances, which are open for in inspection.
spection. inspection. They have not however, caused a
statement of the receipts and dis disbursements
bursements disbursements to be made up and pub published
lished published and furnished to the foremaa
of the grand jury. The requirement
of publication couldn't have been com
plied with because of the inadequacy
of the fee stipulated I am assured,
however, that the other requirements
of this statute will be complied with
in the future.
Under the provisions of chapter
5099, laws of Florida, the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners are empowered to trans transfer
fer transfer monies from the fine and forfei forfeiture
ture forfeiture fund to other funds.. Since Jan January
uary January 1st, 1910, there has been only
one transfer of funds by them, that
of $1,500.00 fro fine and forfeiture
fund to the road fund, in May, 1911.
The amounts drawn from the coun county
ty county by members of the board of county
commissioners tor the years 1910 and
1911, is as follows:
Per Diems, Mac-Kay, $128.75; Math Mathews
ews Mathews $136.60;- Proctor, $132; t'.OTt,
$109.25; Crosby, $142.20.
Inspections MacKay, $44; Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. $218.80; Proctor, $200; Fort,
$113; Crosby, $116.
Mileage MacKay, 0; Mathews,
$57.20; Proctor, $G5; Fort, $52; Cros
Totals MacKay, $172.75; Mathews,
$412.60; Proctor, $397.60; Fort,
$274.25; Crosby, $330.20.
Per Diems Carmichael, $64; Pet Pet-teway,
teway, Pet-teway, $62; Proctor, $52; Henderson,
$61; Crosby, $52.
Inspections Carmichael, $36; Pet Pet-teway,
teway, Pet-teway, $84; Proctor, $84; Henderson,
$68; Crosby, $100.
Mileage Carmichael, 0; Petteway,
$20; Proctor, $15; Henderson, $14.40;
Totals Carmichael, $100; Pette Petteway,
way, Petteway, $160; Proctor, $151; Henderson,
$146.40; Crosby, $170.
All appear to be within the maxi maximum
mum maximum amount allowed by law regulat regulating
ing regulating the compensation of county com commissioners.
During my investigation I was pre presented
sented presented with the following resolution:
Whereas, Some of the citizens of
this county have seen fit to complain
ot the governor about the expendi expenditures
tures expenditures made by this board; and,
Whereas, The governor has sent the
state auditor to audit the work and
expenditures of this board, which au auditor
ditor auditor is now here; be it
Resolved. That it is the sense of
this board that every facility be af afforded
forded afforded such auditor for making such
Be it further resolved, That inas inasmuch
much inasmuch as this board has reason to be believe
lieve believe that designing persons may mis misrepresent
represent misrepresent the facts, this board desires
that it be known to the governor and
to the citizens of this county that this
count- now has lifi) miles of sand clay
roads,' 105 miles of crushed stone
roads, and that it has constructed 225
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miles of straw roads, and about 40
miles graded and ready to be paved,
and that it has recently constructed
four steel bridges, and that a large
sum of money is annually necessary
to the maintenance of such hard
roads, and that it is now constructing
a jail, the contsruction of which jail
was only entered upon after the old
jail was condemned by several -grand
juries and the state convict inspector,
and after each member of the board
had received a direct notice from tne
governor that the old jail was unsani unsanitary
tary unsanitary and unsafe, and a direct com command
mand command to construct a new jail or make
the old jail safe and sanitary.
Be it further resolved, That inas inasmuch
much inasmuch as citizens from various parts
of the county are importuning the
board at almost every meeting to in incur
cur incur other and further expenses in the
matter of construction of roads, etc.,
this board i3 anxious to know wh?th wh?th-er
er wh?th-er or not the citizens of this county
desire this board to enter upon a poli policy
cy policy of retrenchment, and whether or
not it is the wish of 8uch citizens that
the further extension of hard roads la
this county be suspended.
I -desire to add, by .way of conclu conclusion,
sion, conclusion, that while every formal require requirement
ment requirement of law may not have been strict strictly
ly strictly complied with, yet it Is all adhered
to, so far as the keeping of the rec records
ords records is concerned, and that they are
all well kept and in good shape
All of which is respectfully submit submitted.
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