WHEX YOU TIIIXK OP Fl'UXITl'RE
You Very Xaturallr Think of
No Xlalter What Ton My
in Furniture or House Furiilshias,
We Have It, and Can Save T You
Money if s You Get it from 17s.
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THE FUKXITURK MKX
OCALA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 17, 1911.
THE FURNITURE HEN
loose mw CO
We have in our large j t re, almost every
thing yoa cotild wish for to furnish ycur
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high rd?s, with all of the furnish,
ings that go v-ith the linr. Our stock of
hardware is complete and the tools materials,
and implements are cf the best grades. We
carry the largest hoe of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line cf office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in sfeck every item the
builder or contractor needs.
SEE IS BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES
$100 REWARD $iOO
DIVIO S. WOOIlltOW
K. V. BENNETT
Ocala Plumbing &
PLUMBING AND TINNING
ELECTRIC WORK IN ALL BRANCHES
Pumps. Gas Knsines, Steam Hr-atin;?, Irriatin Plants, Rubberoid
Roofing. Fire Kxt Inj?uishers, KMvanw Water plants. .Acetylene Oas
Plants. Lamps, Motors, CJenerators" Fans, Catteries, Klectric Fixtures,
Heating: Appliances, -Everythins Electric Electric, Electrie installations.
official itrport of the Proeeediug at
the AutUMt Meeting of the
Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1911
The board met pursuant to adourn adourn-mnt,
mnt, adourn-mnt, with all members present.
Tax Collector V. L. Colbert appear appeared
ed appeared and stated that some of the tax
volumes in his office needed re-binding.
On motion Tax Collector Colbert
was instructed to have the volumes
re-bound to best advantage.
On motion the clerk was instructed
to write the Ocala Northern Railroad
Company and the Rentz Lumber Com Company
pany Company to put railroad crossings and
tramway crossings over public roads
in the Fort McCoy and Eureka neigh neighborhoods
borhoods neighborhoods in good condition, and to
have tree-tops removed from the char-! . T ,
! The Colonial Hotel, located on Mas
tered and neighborhood roads in Ihejnoila street paved with vitrified brick,
Eureka and Fort McCoy neighbor-; centrally located betwen the Seaboard
hoods, and that if not removed in ai Alr IJne an(i Atlantic Coast Line
reasonable time legal, action will te'T and one ,block f
;tne government building and postof-
taken against them for obstructing j flce. This -noel has J recently been
public roads. j thoroughly remodeled and modernized
On motion the clerk was instructed i in e"r' Particular Has over $3500
, it worth of new furniture," nw gas and
to write the Ocala and Southwestern ; wooJ range etc Eest of plurabing
Railroad Company to have road cross-; and electric system. Hbuse
The reader? of this .'paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in alPits stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be be-ins
ins be-ins 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 surf ices of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the dis disease,
ease, disease, and irivinsr the patient strength
hy 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. T'.c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
HOTEL FOR SALE
ing on Dunnellon and Stokes' Ferry need a dollar in repairs or furniture
road put in good comnuon at once, i f or yav; ne ,of the handsomest cor-
! ner lots in Ocala, surrounded by mas mas-On
On mas-On motion Commissioners- Carmi- sive cement block fence, t-ot is 105 by
chael and Crosby were appointed a.;105 f?et. The Colonial has 25 rooms
cnnimittPP tn bnvo the nrknn van J1,u 1! ,,uw -"Jom a spjenam Dust-
! 1 ,J A I 1 Hi 1
ut nin' iUl 111 fcu"11 night. This Is one of the best small
i On mo! ion Commissioner Carmi-;!- a day hotels in the state and will
! chael and Superintendent Gordon !prove a fine investment and soon dou-
. ble the money at the price. $16,000,
;were appointed a commUtee to haveUeooo ll(nvn ana balance $5i000 In one
,a Kitchen ana store room tor supplies j and $.".,000 in two years. at
and a interest. If
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
; prepared on suitable wagon,
! suitable cover put on wagon. tl mo pr wrn for particulars and
; photographs. It will not be long on
; Commissioner Crosby presented ; tiie market.
deed for right of way of public road ; tor the sale of the Colonial.
by Richard R. Hill, which was onU'f
ed received and recorded in the pub-!
: lie records of Marion county. j
1 On motion it was ordered that Su-j
; perintendent Cordon he instructed to
! stop in Ocala on his way from McTn-;
: tosh to Dunnellon neighborhood and ;
! grade the now jail lot to grade estab-1
! On motion the bids for putting in J
;a sewerage well at new jau were
! opened. Two bids were submitted:
t. E. Conway, at $2.50 per foot; The
1 Ocala Well Drilling Co., at $2.00 per
JI 11 nLL oo
I foot. On motion of Commissioner
jCarmidKieT bids were laid over for h'f-
j Minutes of previous meeting of
board read and approved.
Mr. W. J. Lankford appeared and
presented authority from I'auly Jail
Building Company to make -settlement
for the new county jail, which was
read and filed.
Tax Collector Colbert presented re report
port report of collections and disbursements
during .Tidy, 1911. showing:
Official Report of the Proceeding; t
the Board at the Anvruttt
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
session at the superintendent's office
in the courthouse on Tuesday, August
8. 1911, with all members present and
acting as follows: W. D. Carn, chair chairman,
man, chairman, B. R. Blitch and J. S. Grantham,
members, and J. H. Brinson, secretary.
Messrs. J. A. Jones and W. P. Brown,
trustees of the Oak Hill school, with
some of the other patrons, called to
Insist upon the appointment of .Miss
Ethel Morgan as teacher of their
school. After the matter was dis discussed
cussed discussed it was agreed to appoint her as
teacher for the coming term."
Mr. J. B. Trotter appeared in the in interest
terest interest of securing a teacher for the.
Homeland school and to arrange for
the moving of the scho'ol house to a
more convenient location than at pres present
ent present occupied. He stated the situation
with reference to the children who be belong
long belong to or that attend the Cotton
Plant school, as tor the effect that the
re-establishment of the Homeland
school would have upon the attendance
at the Cotton riant' school. He pro proposed
posed proposed that the community would move
the house if the county would furnisb
the shingles for re-covering It. After
discussion it was agreed that the coun county
ty county would furnish a teacher for the
schools and s hingles for re-covering
the nous and would allow the house
to be moved to proposed site ff a suit suitable
able suitable location can be secured and the
lot deeded to the county school board.
Mr. .1. J. Guthery. one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Kendrick school, called ami'
reported that there were ."4 pupils in
the community to attend school and it,
was agreed to open school with two
teacher and continue two teachers as
long as the average is within the legal
limit of 35 per month. r.'-
Mr. J. A. Thomas of Fairfield, railed
and presented a petition protesting
against the location of the new school
I have the sole agency (bouse at the proposed site which had
oeeii agreeu upon. i ne ODjection to
the site agreed upon was the alleged
S. W. Williams, supervisor of the
Wetumpka colored school, called and
requested that the same teacher that
they had last year, Carrie Cooper, be
assigned for the coming term. It was
agreed to if she is found qualified.
U. F. Wilson, supervisor of the
Wacula school, called and asked for
aid in building a new school house. It
was agreed to postpone the building of
a new house for the present term and
separate the school in the same build building
ing building as heretofore.
Mr. J. B. Trotter was appointed
supervisor of the Homeland school.
ness, every room being occupied every
S per cent.
you mean business, come
Montezuma II lock, Vnla, Fla.
CASH PRIZES FOR COTTON
A $400 Upright Piano Will be Given Away
on November 16. by the Following Well
We ire 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 $23 in cash.
We want all of the cotton that is
grown In Marion comniy 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.
L.ocal and Long Distance Phone 7L
I.IFR SAVKD AT DEATH'S DOOR
MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries.
ANTI-MOXOPOIjY DRUG-STORK. Ice Cream and Soda Water.
W. S. C. YOXGi:, numbing.
IIAYCRAFT & leCAMl MILLIXKRY.
HAYES & GUYXN, Dry Goods, Notions and Gents' Furnishings.
THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR,
Voles Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work
Yon Ma) Secure Piano Ballots Irons the Above Firms. Jou
" M3y Vote Tliein for Your Self or lor Any
MISS MYRTLE RI.AI.OCIv
MISS ESTHER LEY
MISS FA NX IE COOK
MISS AX.ME IIEXTOX FI LLER
J1ISS DO VIE GATES
.HISS MATT IE MOORE
MISS HELLE IIODttE
MISS lEVIE ROBERTS
MRS. II RRV COLE
Mlis; A. M. RICHIE
miss mnv KXIGII1
MISS MARY GATES
"I never felt so near my grave."
writes V. R. Patterson, -of Wellington.
Tex., as when a frightful cough and
limir trouble pulled me down to 100
pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment
for two years. My father, mother and
t. two sisters died of consumption, and
that 1 am alive today is dip? solely to
Dr. King's w-3iscovenf, which
completely GrTed me. Now I weigh
Forfeiture 1ST pound- and have bn well and
. .$1501.30 ; strong for ars."rfl1ck, safe, sure,
113S.2bjits the best remedy on earth for
j coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup,
$ 423.01 and all throat and lung troubles. 50c.
land $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Ty dings & Company.
Are offering their eiitire line of
and -Shirt Maislis.
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Come and make your selec selections
tions selections before these beautiful
goods are all gone.
w Style ISooEj ds peini
PLEASANT PLACE TO
Balance 9.7Sj spend a vacation
County Proper Fund j
Receipts $1771.32' Spend your vacation on Smith Lake,
Disbursements..'."' 1 750.00 j Have a good time cheap. Lots $2.".
. Fine bathing and good fishing. One
Balance 21.32'anl 3 half miles from Candler depot,
.'three miles from Belleview. Lake
The board met withy all ..members
present and acting.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and adopted with thT.ad thT.ad-dition
dition thT.ad-dition that an agreement had been
made with the Globe store to continue
the arrangement of last year in the
matter of keeping a supply of the
adopted school books on hand for sale
and at the same price as last year,
that being at a discount of 10 per
cent from the list price of the pub publishers.
lishers. publishers. Mr, W. T. Stokes, one of the trustees
of the Fairfield school, in company
with. Dr. II. Gatrell. called to confer
with the board with reference to the
advertising of the old school house for
i sale. After discussion of the situation
it was agreed that the trustees af the
school should be directed to promptly
advertise the house and lots for sale
at Fairfield and proceed to sell them
at "such time and place as advertised
and in such manner as to secure the
best results that could be obtained,
and hold the proceeds for the deed to
be made by the county board.
E. A. Maxesr, supervisor of the Roper
Farm colored school, called to make
inquiry about an assistant for the
The board adjourned for the day.
for our patrons to select their
twn fashions. We show them
splendid selection of up-to
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 wre know
we will have your future cus custom
tom custom afterwards.
THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO:
MERCHANT TAILORS OCALA. FLORIDA
J IS A! PRESERVES
We have just received a new lot of Heintz and Herech,
Jams, Preserves, Pickles and Olives. These goods are
especially fine, and the prices most attraciive.
Courteous Treatment, Low Prices, Prompt Delivery.
J. C. GEIGER, Manager. TELEPHONE 114.
We understand there are several .other candidates, and
would HU to have them come in and give their
names to Haves k Guvnn
Read and filed.
On motion of Commissioner Pette
$59S1 .00 1 front 70x150 and three-room screened
cottaee with stove, cots all ready for
camping-, $275 cash. Write O. M. Gale,
way it was ordered that Commission- j
er Carmichael be appointed, a com-iLOS of time mews i,oss of Pay
inittee to confer with the city conn-;
oil of Ocala relative to burial e
When in Need of
Write or Call on
S. C. YOWGE
Estimates Furnished on Work in Any Part of the State
WE ISSUE COUPONS ON THE FREE PHN0 CONTEST.
ASK FOR THEM. PHONE 26
25 1-2 S. Main St. Ocala, Florida
i 1 ulf "C i-uuin iiui v
pense arm me cuj pav uic uiufi nun, ; ,
' 1 . t Foley Ividn
provided the expense be approved by time and
Kidney trouble and the ills it breeds
means lost time and lost oav to many
penses of paupers who die in the city a workin- man. M. Balent, 1214 Little
limits of Ocala, the county beino; will- Penna street, Streator, 111., was so bad
ing to pay half of a reasonable ex-ifro kidney an-Wader trouble that
rK, Due ne says: i iook
EiJls or only a
ejirirely well and was
tthe commissioner in eharjre. isoon able xb jrf bafe-'-rirwork, and am
1 Communication bv W. G. Xorswor-' feelinsr welV-wfff healthier than be-
! thv of Mcintosh. Fla.. asking refund ; fore Fo,f' Kidney Pills are tonic in
j , action, quick in results a good friend
;of fS account road tax collected from to the workJnff man or woman who
Walter Norsworthy, read. On mo-! suffers from kidney ills. Sold by the
j tion of Commissioner Carmichael it Court rharmacy
;vas ordered that request be refused j
l unless Mr. Walter Norsworthy can;
;show that he is a tax payer on either j Messrs.-Teuton Beebles have pur pur-i
i pur-i personal or real estate in Marion chased the market business of L. R.
count v j Wet at. the north end of Magnolia
! n'Lt, t t n,.n,K. street, just beyond the city limits.
I ed deed for right of way forty feet
wide through sJ2 of e1? of seV'4 of
TRI TON & IIKEIII.KS
nw!',, sec 26, tp 12 s. r 22, e, for $25.
i On motion of Commissioner Hender-
i son it was ordered accepted and war-:
! rant drawn to E. T. Burleson for $25.
Communication by Joseph Bell. can't live much 1
i asrent. nskinsr for ft nortion of the fire! ate distressed
TOinTHED FO It FIFTEEX YEARS
by a cure-defying stomacn nouble
that baffled doctors and. and resisted
all remedies he tried, John W. Mod
dors, of Moddersville. Mich., seemed
'doomed. He had to sell his farm and
sive up work. His pgishbors said "he
Job Printing -Ocala Star
AI KINDS OF BOOI? 1MIIXTING, STATIOXERW IMMPHU7TS, COM COMMISSARY
MISSARY COMMISSARY CHECKS, CIKCUliARS. RULER FORMS. ETC. PHONE 51
insurance on the new county jail read
ana mea. i
I On motion
wrote, "till I
iat I can now
of Commissioner Hen-jits surelv a
eat things I cou'M.i' take for years
y;r.md remedy for stom-
derson it was ordered that Chairman i a oh trouble." Just as good for the
nrtni i liver and kidneys. I-.very bottle guar-
Janteed. Only oOc. at iyJing & Co s. ; in the srcnerai ycnooi iunu.
Crosby, with Commissioners
chael and proctor, be appointed a
committee to take und-r eonsidera- j
tion the matter of distributing and
The board met with
present and acting.
Mr. TV. T. Gary, one of the trustees
of the Ocala school, -called and pre presented
sented presented a request for an assistant to
be granted for the primary depart department
ment department of the Ocala school. After dis dis-eusslon
eusslon dis-eusslon It was agreed to furnish help.
It was agreed to furnish pump and
material for the Homeland school with
the understanding that the patrons
would put it down in good condition
without expense to the board.
Mr. J. T. Lancaster called in the in interest
terest interest of Dr. Ji. 1. Wilson, who holds
warrant Xo. 107 on the Red dick dis district.
trict. district. It was agreed that the board
would undertake to make arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the warrant to be taken up
i by the time it is due in December and
j the secretary, was directed to write
, j certain parties with reference to tak-short'
u;-; ctuu tai t jint; it.
Mr. TV". A. Nobles, supervisor of the
Romeo school. called and requested
that nine sash be furnished for his
school for windows 6 ft. by 2 ft. 10 in.
Sash were granted and the board
agreed to prepay freight.
It was ordered that a warrant for
?300 be drawn on the Ocala district in
favor of the county general school
fund to apply on contract with the
trustees of the Ocala school.
It was ordered that a $600 warrant
be drawn in favor of Mrs. K. J. Card'
to take up warrant No. 3D9 and also a
warrant for $63 for the interest ac accrued
crued accrued to date on warrants issued to
The board adjourned for the day.'
The board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment with all members present.
The treasurer's report was presented
and checked over and found to agree
with the vouchers returned which were
canceled and proper record made of
same. The report showed an amount
on hand and collected for the month
of July of amount disbursed
$2rl.".43. leaving a balance of $D-"03.5H
THE I00D1R SID 8 STONE CO
CEMENT, CRUSHED STONE & LAKE WEIR SAND
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.
PHONES331 (amd 201
(Continued on Fourth Page)
j Latest map?? of Florida and all oth oth-jer
jer oth-jer states at Ballard"s.
I balances belonging to the several sub-
Intysh J4 4; Belleview $1.'8.24; Fant-
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
Call up Phone 300 and Let os Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our lines
Am employ none bat expert we are In peftitioa to g-varaatee
ery plere of work ne eanwtruet to utaad the lnpeetloa of the moat
ritrid IsMpeetorM. It eots not fat n to set our flarnres, and yon are the
winner, whether we tteeure the eontraet or not. (ilve n a trial.
THL. W. TUCKER
FOUT Ki; MI.OCK
OCA I. A. FLORIDA
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1911;
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R, R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. R7. "Ben jamin. Editor.
THE RIDING HABIT VERSUS
THE DIVIDED SKIRT
Our good friend, the- Tampa Tribue.
came near putting the Star in a trou
blesome position last week. It copied
the Star's comment on the reported ac action
tion action of the U. D. C. and U. C. V.. in
regard to ladies riding astride, with without
out without the body of the article. Sister Es Esther
ther Esther Carlotta. the honored lady who
heads the Florida division of the U. D.
C. seeing the comment in the Tribune,
very reasonably supposed that it re referred
ferred referred to the order in the state: but
with much more reason and tolerance
than many people laboring under a
similar mistake, wrote the Star a kind kindly
ly kindly protest-and inquiry Instead of rush rushing
ing rushing into print with what she might
very well have considered a timely
contradiction and rebuke. The Star
sent her a copy of the entire articler
and has just received the following
Editor Star: Thank you for your
letter and the full clipping. I wish the
papers copying had given it in fulL I
was in the Little Rock convention, U.
D. C. and no such subject was men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. What the local U. D. C. of Lit Little
tle Little Rock may have done I do not know,
and of the veterans I 'know nothing,
but I am going to loot: into it. and
will let you know the- result.
No one who was in Ocala at our
convention would ever question the
courtesy and good will of the Star to
ward our order, least of all would I.
and I thank you for your expression
of it again. With best wishes.
Sister Esther Carlotta.
The 'Star has. on several occasions,
seen In the press dispatches expres expressions
sions expressions of dislike by the Confederate
Veterans for the custom, recently in-
. a -i r. I . : .1
iroaucea mio ine boui.ii ui wuuieu lin lining
ing lining astride, but the reporters may
have taken the utterances of the few
for the opinion of the many.
Certain It is that the slae-sadale i
going out of fashion. Very few Oca
ladies who ride horseback use it, and
went out of use in the West long ag
Women in Southern and Easter
Europe. Asia. Central and South Am America
erica America and Mexico never used it, few of
them ever heard of it. and one can't
help wondering just when and by
whose freak it was Inflicted on a
small portion of the female sex.
Life and Claude L'Engle's Dixie,
two very bright and interesting pub publications,
lications, publications, print almost weekly broad broadsides
sides broadsides against vaccination. Dr. Dan
Morgan Smith and Dr. E. Van Hood
and the other doctors we have con consulted,
sulted, consulted, believe in vaccination. We like
to read Life and L'Engle. but when, we
are sick we send for Dr. Dan or Dr.
Van, or some other man who is too
busy with sick people to notice what
the smart ones say.
C. 1 Collins, who for several years
has been head of the Florida Anti Anti-Saloon
Saloon Anti-Saloon League, has tendered his resig resignation
nation resignation to accept the position of secre secretary
tary secretary of the National Bankruptcy Pro Protective
tective Protective Association. He will remain a
resident of Jacksonville.
The Star has often thought that the
Anti-Saloon League might have had
better luck in Florida with another
man at its head. Mr. Collins is earnest
and energetic, but he is better at
stirring up bitter feeling, among the
opponents to his cause than winning
votes for it. The Star's idea of work
for a good cause is to show the good
in it. and let vituperation be confined
to the other side.
u. The California courts have killed the
Indictments of the people of San Fran Fran-Cisco
Cisco Fran-Cisco against Calhoun and other
grafters prosecuted by Heney. aided by
Spreckles and other advocates of good
government. This doesn't prove the
people were wrong, but that the graft grafters
ers grafters were jut a little too strongly en entrenched.
trenched. entrenched. They have had a devil of a
scare and the people should try again.
Governor Smith of Georgia has made
It apparent that no interference may
be expected from him in the life sen sentence
tence sentence of Thomas J. Stripling, the for former
mer former Danville. (Va.) chief of police, who
was brought back to Georgia under
sensational circumstances, after being
at large for thirteen years, to begin his
life sentence for the murder of Will William
iam William J. Cornett in Harris county.
Mobile, Ala., has entered upon a trial
of the commission form of government.
About twenty-five years from now, the
people of that city will be engaged in
a small revolution to regain the
rights. their fathers surrendered today.
Judging from the highly artistic
head on the Tarpon Springs Leader,
the aforesaid head being designed by a
.Greek resident of that town, the mod
ern Hellenes have lost very little of
the sense of beauty for which their an
cestors were noted.
Excellent progress is being made to toward
ward toward the organization of a coast ar artillery
tillery artillery company in St. Petersburg, be between
tween between thirty and forty names having
been secured to the petition that will
be presented to Governor Gilchrist, re requesting
questing requesting that official to have such a
This is self-denial week with New
York suffragettes. They have cut out
joy rides, theater tickets and even ice
cream, soda water- and cheming gum,
the proceeds to go to the cause. We'll
bet they drinks they won' be sorry
when the week is over.
At a country school the teacher re required
quired required the boys to go to the branch
after recess and wash their faces and
hands. Coming in on one occasion she
observed that one boy had his face
wiped only half way up, and she re reprovingly
provingly reprovingly asked him: "Johnny, why
didn't you wipe your face properly?"
To which the culprit replied: "Please,
m'am. my shirt-tail wouldn't reach
any further!" Christian Advocate.
When a religious paper prints any anything
thing anything like this, we don't see what can
be expected of a secular one.
A GOOD FARM
IX SOITHWEST GEORGIA
Fine pebble lands, labor abundant,
best roads in Georgia; best cotton lands
in the South; it is like living in town;
good neighborhoods, schools, churches;
pure free stone water; plenty hog and
hominy; improved or unimproved; in
small or lajTge tracts; in the famous pe pecan
can pecan district: colonization tracts, too;
flne crops are growing on these lands.
Come soon or you can't buy. Price,
$12.50 to $30. Write for my booklet of
farm lands for sale. W. E. Cralgmiles.
Thomasville, ,Ga. v ,
Work for the People Handicapped by
Dnalap aad MeCabe, and Igaered
Washington, August 17. Dr. Harvey
W. Wiley, chief of the Bureau of
Chemistry of the Agricultural Depart Department,
ment, Department, testifies before the House inves investigation
tigation investigation committee yesterday that he
has surrendered practically all of his
authority for enforcing the pure food
law to Dr. F. L. Dunlap, associate
chemist and George P. McCabe, solic
itor of the Agricultural Department.
Overruled in two-thirds of the cases
he .has brought before the boards, com composed
posed composed of these two men and himself, he
declared that he had found it useless
to appeal to Secretary Wilson and had
not even received an answer to one of
the most important appeals he had
made to the secretary.
PACKING THE GRIP
We'd like to bet
That in the rush
Yo vjill forget
Your comb and brush.
We'd like to bet
A dime about
You went and left
Your necktie out.
We'd like to bet
At least two dollars
You didn't take
Enough clean collars.
We'd like to bet
A few choice rocks
That in your case
You put no socks.
We'd like to bet
At least one bone
That you took more
Than you'll bring home.
If you are a registered voter in Mar
ion county and have not received them,
write or call at the Star office and you
will receive a copy of the laws as pass
ed by the legislature of 1911.
U COUNTS' PHONE
HAD DAY FOR MAX BIRDS
Wind Foiled Their Skill and Played
Tajr With Thetr dnmaey Wing
Chicago, August 17. Arthur Stone,
driver of a "Queen" monoplane, was
snatehed baak from death here yester yesterday
day yesterday after hopes for his life had been
givf iv up.
itaw'ard GUI, in a baby Wright, came
almost' as close to death, but escaped
from under the wreck of his machine
Lincoln Beachey, after being driven
far to the south and fighting his way
back above the field, glided 3,000 feet In
safety to the earth after his engine
had stopped suddenly. James Ward
had an equally hard task to make his
way back from far out over Lake
Michigan but descended safely in the
Stone's machine fell into the lake
just at dusk. He leaped from the fall falling
ing falling plane and was rescued at the point
of exhaustion by a motor boat after he
had ,supported himself in the water
for mone than half an hour. His ma-
MOSQUITOES BAD THIS YEAR
But don't -scratch the poisoned skin.
Use a mild, cooling, healing com
pound that stops the itch instantly.
draws out the poison In the skin and
protects it against further trouble
Just a mild cleansing wash of oil of
wintergreen, thymol and a few other
ingredients known as the D. D. D. Pre Prescription
scription Prescription (so famous in cases of ec
zema) and you have mosquito protec
tion for the season.
Yes. instant relief now only 25c.
Postoffice Drugstore and Annex, J,
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, August 17. Miss
Julia Sigmon returned home last week
after a pleasant visit to friends in
Mrs. Marston returned to Conyers,
Ga., last Thursday.
A party of seven people arrived last
Wednesday from Coalings, Calif., and
are at present located at the Miller
cottage near the lake. We understand
these people intend making this sec section
tion section their home. We are glad to see
our little town filling up.
Geo. A. Miller, Jr., of St. Augustine,
is sxending his vacation here with Mr.
P. M. Oleson, and enjoying the fishing
and bathing on the lake.
Mr. W. F. Carey, who has been here
for the past two months, left on the
morning train last Thursday for Coal Coalings.
ings. Coalings. Calif., but expects to return next
Mr. and Mrs. F. Henderly entertain entertained
ed entertained a few of their friends last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening. Refreshments, consisting
of cake and ade. were served, and sev several
eral several piano selections were rendered by
Mrs. Henderly and Mrs. Brown. The
evening was spent very pleasantly.
WHEELS QUICKLY REPAIRED
Let me repair your bicycle. Will
call for, repair and deliver it to any
address. I employ nothing but ex experienced
perienced experienced workmen. Satisfaction guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Thone 428. Ocala Bicycle Shop,
H. S. Chambers, proprietor.
Summerfield. August 17. Mrs. C. L.
Lyvers left last Tuesday for Tampa,
to visit relatives and friends.
Union Sunday school will give a pic picnic
nic picnic Saturday. August 26th, at the
grove on the shores of Summers pond.
Everybody is invited. Bring the child children
ren children and yourself. There will be lots
of amusements for all. Fill your bas baskets
kets baskets well.
G. H. Foland and son of Levon were
in town last Saturday on business.
H. H. Stevens of the Dahl Puncture Puncture-less
less Puncture-less Tire Company. of Minneapolis,
Minn., was here this week closing up
the deal whereby the Punctureless
Tire Company of Florida become ex exclusive
clusive exclusive state agents. Mr. Nathan
Mayo is president of the company, and
the main office is in Ocala.
Scott Branch, who has been here for
some days visiting his brother, Mr. J.
E. Branch, returned to his home la&t
Miss Ellen Clarkson, daughter of
Mr. H. B. Clarkson f.the Marlon
Hardware Company of Ocala. who has
been visiting ..with,. Mrs. v D. B. Mayo.
We'd like to bet
These artful dodgers.
That he d Jj1 1 ,t ifftiTaTrf i i,
eh in viaii
It is enough to start a bank
account with, and if you
adopt a systematic method of
saving, the dollars will pile
up surprisjugly. Why not
adjust your expenses so that
they will 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
tem would have dorm for you
had vou commenced it five
a -v m -a
yeirs ago: it isn t too late.
rsOW is the time to open the
bank account and ptu away
one dollar out of everv four
that you earn.
We welcome your Account and
will help you to Save and
returned to her home last Tuesday.
Miss Clarkson was an honored guest
at the box social of the F. U. of A.
Troy Hall drove here from Ocala in
his auto last Satufday accompanied by
Misses Pearson, McDougal and Tim-
W. J. Frink, manager of the Mc-
ehee Lumber Company of Levon,
ssed through here last Saturday on
s way nortn.
VALUABLE ClTlf PROPERTY
FOR SALE OX GOOD TERMS
Large, 10-room house with large
grounds. Lot is 140x250 feet. Has
large- two-story stable with two good
stalls, also carriage room; a two two-room
room two-room servant's house, also houe suit suitable
able suitable for garage. Fruit trees, etc.' Has
fine large lawn. Is situated, on one of
the prettiest streets in Ocala, four
blocks from court house. Apply for
terms to Box 180 or A. C. I freight
depot, care J. F. Thompson.
just 17. George Townsend.
wife and children. Miss Claudia and
Master George, spent Sunday with
friends at Fort McCoy.
Harmon It. Luffman, who has been
absent several weeks, visiting friends
in South Florida, returned home Fri Friday,
day, Friday, to the delight of his many friends.
Mr. W. O. Carpenter was able to be
out Sunday for the first time since his
illness. We are glad to see him so
Miss Mabel Goldsmith, who has been
staying in Ocala with her brother, is
at home now with her parents.
J. J. Luffman and Cleveland Crews
took in the excursion to Fernandina
last week and report a jolly good
Mrs. George Koons and bright little
children of Palmetto are here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Luffman.
The stork visited our city Thursday.
August 10th, leaving a sweet baby
girl, to gladden the hearts of Mr. and
Mrs. Anson Halsell.
Our farmers are busy saving" hay.
The frequent showers of rain makes it
rather difficult and we understand
they are having quite a time getting it
Bruce Dyal is having lumber hauled
and will soon begin the erection of his
new house near the school building.
Quite a crowd gathered at the hme
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griggs Sunday
afternoon and spent a few hours very
pleasantly with music and singing-
Mrs. Geo. Townsend assisted by Mrs.
C. M. Murphy entertained very de delightfully
lightfully delightfully last Thursday evening, Aug.
10th, at the home of Mrs. Townsehd in
honor of Miss Claudia Townsend and
Miss Edith Murphy. The house was
beautifully decorated with lovely
vines and honeysuckle. Lovely music
was rendered on the piano by Mr.
Frank Martin of Ocala and on violin
by Mr." George Townsend. Delicious
ice cream and cake was served. At a
late hour the guests departed having
spent a most enjoyable evening, which
will long be remembered.
Mr. Lee Howell and family have re returned
turned returned from their summer outing at
F. W. Webber, postmaster at Oak,
has his ice factory in running order
now and is ready to supply the de demands
mands demands of the people. Our little town
is growing rapidly.
Lum Luffman, who is agent for the
Ocala Fertilizer Company, is now in
South Florida, where he expects to re
main a month, working in the intere
of the company. During his absence
Mrs. Luffman will visit her mother,
Mrs. Spencer at Zuber.
Miss Lillie Milligan of Anthony is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. L.
Chas. R. Murphy and lady friend of
Ocala enjoyed a drive to Silver Springs
STORE FOR REM
Half of front store downfttalr at the
Woodmar block, next to Theun-Zachery
Furnlture taoue, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Rennett, with Ocala
PlumblnK A Electric Company.
PARCEL. DELIVERY POST
I have decided to open a parcel de delivery
livery delivery service in connection with my
bicycle business and will deliver pack packages
ages packages or messages to any part of the
city for ten cents. Call 'phone 428.
Ocala Parcel Delivery Station. H. S.
The firm of Galloway & Moulton by
mutual consent was dissolved on July
31st, 1911. F. A. Moulton retaining the
business of the firm at Ocala, Fla.
F. A. Moulton.
Ocala, Fla., August 7, 1911.
Do not allow your kidney and blad bladder
der bladder trouble to devfop"- beyond the
reach of medicineTake Foley Kidney
Pills. They glv quic,k results and
stop IrregularitieV-with surprising
promptness. Sold by Court Pharmacy.
Between Lake Weir and the River, aad
It Won't Harm the Former, Says
Editor Star: Some objection has
been voiced, privately and publicly,
against the proposed canal connecting
Lake Weir with the Oklawaha river.
I drafted and put in circulation the
petition praying for a congressional
appropriation with which to dig the
canal, and I do not accept in alto altogether
gether altogether angelic spirit the implication
that I would propose and push a meas measure
ure measure inimical to the interests of prop property
erty property owners on Lake Weir. Few men
own a larger lake frontage than I do.
It totals somewhat over half a mile,
and I am usually fairly keen to con consult
sult consult my own interests. I do not object
to the discussion of debatable ques questions,
tions, questions, but facts do not admit of dis dispute.
pute. dispute. A canal between the lake and
river will neither pollute the lake with
river watef nor lower the level of the
The lake is higher than the river.
Water does not run up hill. I imagine
therefore that the "bugaboo of water
pollution ned not longer be dragged
into view. The flow from the lake to
the river would be controlled by a lock.
If the government builds the canal
and lock, it will maintain a lock lock-tender,
tender, lock-tender, who will guard the lock from
I submitted the facts in the case to
a government engineer in charge of
work on the Illinois and Mississippi
canal and he is authority for the
statement that the loss of lake water
by lockage of boats would be an abso absolutely
lutely absolutely negligible quantity. If a mis misunderstanding
understanding misunderstanding of these facts really ex exists
ists exists in the minds of a few people
around Lake Weir, it is hoped that this
i brief statement will remove it. The
great majority or property owners
around the lake are enthusiastically in
favor of the canal.
One of your correspondents is con content
tent content with the railroad service now
rendered the lake region. Nothing is
good enough if you can get something
better. The value of water competi competition
tion competition with rail is too well established to
permit of argument. New York state,
with the greatest rail mileage in Am
erica, is spending over one hundred
million dollars on canal improvement.
Nothing would add value so greatly to
the Lake Weir region as a canal to the
river, except an electric road belting
the lake, Ocala and Silver Springe.
And such a road is on the way. I said
publicly some years ago that an en enterprising
terprising enterprising Yankee would some day slip
down and appropriate a fortune by
building such a road. It seems that
local investors will now be given an
opportunity to get in on the ground
floor in this enterprise.
A canal between the lake and river
is as certain as sunrise. I write this
neitner irom inside information nor
prophetic vision. I merely recognize
the inevitable. Lake Weir has marked
time long enough. The wheels are now
moving and moving forward. Any In Interposed
terposed Interposed obstable will certainly be
wiser if not sadder in the end.
W. R. Goodwin.
Commodore Lake Weir Yacht Club.
GUAVAS FOR SALE
If you want some fine guavas at
lowest prices, phone to the Star office,
and your order will receive prompt at
Devil Swlnix .Ike a Duck Many Oeala
People VUltlna; the Lake
Eastlake. August 17. The Masons of
this vicinity expect to begin the erec erection
tion erection of their new temple at Oklawaha
in about two weeks. The building
will be two stories, 30 by 60 feet.
The Stanton camp W. O. W. with
about forty-five members will install
officers Monday night. August 21st, at
Mrs. II. G. Spooner and her attorney,
Mr. E. M. Brooks of Boston are at
Eastlake this week attending to mat matters
ters matters pertaining to the estate of the
late Dr. Spooner.
On account of the serious illness of
Mrs. Harvey Clark, who has been a
summer resident of Eastlake, occupy occupying
ing occupying Mr. Goodwin's bungalow, the fam family
ily family returned to Ocala Thursday morn morning.
ing. morning. Mrs. Clark's many friends wish
for her a speedy restoration to her
Mr. C. K. Sage, manager of the
Western Union Telegraph office in
Ocala, is spending the week with his
family at Eastlake.
The launching of the "Devil 'of
Eastlake took place at the Eastlake
Boat Works' dock at an early hour
Saturday morning. This splendid new
launch is 19l, feet long with five foot
beam. It is fitted with long-tested and
unsurpassed 4 hp. Cushman engine and
is speeded to eight miles an hour. This
sturdy little craft was built by Capt.
R. L. and Sam G. Fosnot and Is the
property of the latter.
The families of D. S. Woodrow, J. S.
Jewett and Robert Flynn. who have
been spending the past month at East Eastlake
lake Eastlake and enjoying the unsurpassed
beauty of the lake, have returned to
Mr. J. G. Lege has materially im improved
proved improved his cottage at Woodmar by the
addition of a bath room.
Mr. George MacKay of Ocala attend attended
ed attended the call meeting of the Lake Weir
Yacht Club at Woodmar dock last
Saturday. The meeting was to arrange
a series of races, prizes, etc.
Judge Bell and Pete Mcintosh of
Ocala were Eastlake visitors Sunday
afternoon, making the trip in the for former's
mer's former's Ford car.
Mr. Jack Rentz. Dr. E. G. Lindner.
"Doc" Alfred Beck and Mr. Alfred, all
of Ocala, were recent visitors with Dr.
C. B. Ayer at his Eastlake summer
Mr. Lewis -Yonce of Ocala. who has
been quite sick, arrived at Eastlake
Tuesday afternoon and will spend some
time as the guet of the Fosnot fam family.
ily. family. REST AND HEALTH
TO MOTHER AND CRIID
Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
has been u.ed for over SIXTY YEARS
by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with
PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD. SOFTENS THE GUMS, AL-
I LAYS all PAIN: CURES WIND COLIC.
and is the best remedy for DIAR DIARRHOEA.
RHOEA. DIARRHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup." and take no other
kind. Twenty-live cents a bottle
OCAJjA AERIE NO. 1814. P. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at 8:15
p. m.. in Castle Hall. Visiting broth broth-ren
ren broth-ren are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe. President.
N .1. Williams. Secretary.
That we have been sellin
IES for several
you? We tise no
is a noticeable fa
2 PHONES, 16 AND 174
AH I 111 ENDED
W. F. WlllIaniM, the Pennacola Double
Murderer, Found Death While
CoramlttlnK Another Crime
In an article describing the recent
murder of Mrs. Weeks in Clay county,
the Pensacola Evening News of Mon Monday
day Monday says:
"William Fletcher Williams, the
man who admitted to have murdered
Mr. John White in Pensacola on July
17, 1905, and who was convicted of
murder in the first degree, has at last
been killed by a boy whom either he
or a member of his sans wounded, but
not before they slew still another, a
woman, and the mother of the assas assassin.
sin. assassin. Williams remains were brought
to this county and laid to rest at Pine
Barren yesterday. Williams killed the
woman, Mrs. Jessie Weeks, wounded
her son and was killed by the latter
Friday night at Waller, near Middle Middle-burg,
burg, Middle-burg, Florida, after he had escaped
from the Shands turpentine camp,
where he was serving sentence for
having killed John White and Ed
Dansby of Pensacola. He also, at that
time, seriously wounded James White,
now proprietor of the John White
store here, and his fifth bullet, fired
on that memorable Tuesday afternoon,
was directed at James Nix. another
clerk in the store."
Lake Weir. August 16. Mr. Noble W.
Harrison has completed his house, gar garage
age garage and dock and will leave tomorrow
to spend two days in Ocala before de departing
parting departing for his home In New York
state, to spend the remainder of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carstens and Misrs
Sarah Agnew have purchased a beau- j
llful lake front from Mr. D. E. Mclver
adjoining Idlewild, Mr. Mclver's sum summer
mer summer home, and will erect permanent
home on it in the near future.
Mr R. M. Blair bought the little
motor boat Happy Jap from the Fosnot
brothers and is putting up a dock and
boat hOMse at the foot of Oklawaha
Mrs. Mary Eagleton and little Mar Margaret
garet Margaret and Mrs. O. T. Green and son of
Ocala spent the past week at the Mar Martin
tin Martin house.
Mr. John L. Carney, manager of the
Carney Investment Company, spent
several days in Tampa this week in the
interest of the company.
Mr. Frank Mathews and Mr. M. C.
Dosh and little son spent the week
end with the Mclver family.
Next Saturday afternoon at 4:30 the
Virginia, the Florida and several other
boats will trv their sueed from East- I
lake dock to Dr. H. W. Henry's dock
and back to Eastlake, where they will
be assigned their places on the speed
Martel, August 17. Mfss Beatrice
Taylor of Lake City is visiting her
sisjer, Mrs. Huggins.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Reddiek are re receiving
ceiving receiving congratulations from their
friends upon the arrival of a daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Mr. Bob Younge of Leroy was a cal caller
ler caller in the city Sunday.
Mr. John Beasley and Miss Dorothy
Sherouse visited relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Warren made a flying trip
to the Brick City Tuesday.
Mr. James Hudgens was in the city
on business Tuesday.
Misses Dora and Mary Morrison of
Cedar Grove have returned home after
visiting friends here.
Miss Ruth Halloway returned home
Monday after visiting friends here
Mrs. R. G. Blake returned to her
home in Ocala Friday afternoon after
visiting Mrs. Frank Dillard and Mrs.
H. W. Long.
WEIRS DA LE
Weirsdale, August 17. Rev. Neace
preached two fine sermons Sunday.
Kev. Keith, the Baptist minister of
Lady Lake, preached here Friday
An interesting Christian Endeavor
meeting was held Sunday night. We
were very fortunate in having Mr.
Georse Miller of St. Augustine to give
us a talk. Mr. Miller is an ex-president
of the St. Augustine society.
t- Mrs. Eleanor Simpson is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Lee Evans at Brooks Brooks-ville.
ville. Brooks-ville. Mr. Wallace Reed, the popular agent
at Martin, came down from Oklawaha
Sunday on the late train. He returned
to Martin Monday.
Mrs. James Davis returned Tuesday
from Leesburg. where she has been
visiting her parents.
Miss Francis Arnold made a business
trip to Ocala one day last week.
1 .V .r v
1 1 1
cneap urae ox etc
ve not d
cut hat once
CEE and HONEST BUS-
do not claim to carry a
we have stack to
give oar customers
give entire satisfaction.
Belleview, August 17. The infanf
daughter of. Dr. and MrsT. K, Slaught Slaughter
er Slaughter of Levon died Sunday nlsht after a
short illness and the" remains were )
tenderly laid to rest in the Belleview
cemetery at 3:30 o'clock Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Rev.' W. H. Coleman of Ocala
conducted the funeral service at the
cemetery. We extend our sympathy to
Dr. and Mrs. Slaughter in this their
Mr. Sidney Maddox of St. Petersburg
is spending the week with his many
Mr. Frank Townsend spent several
days this week in Ocala.
Mr. R. C. Ridge suffered a relapse
last Saturday, but at present is some
Mrs. Jack, Crawford is spending this
week in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos, Nptt chaperoned
a picnic party to, Smth Lake Monday
x ney an reporij a t pieasani
Miss Lorena Freeman and brother
spent Saturday and Sunday at Blitch Blitch-ton.
ton. Blitch-ton. f
Mr. Burnsides returned to his home
in Rhode Island on Monday. He in intends
tends intends returning later on and build a
home, having already acquired some
The Junior Baracas and : Sunbeam
classes of the "Baptist church will
serve ice cream' and cake at the town
hall Friday .night. .All are cordially
Mr. Willie Lyles came up from Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon last week to accept a position
in the Belleview Trading Company's
Mr. W. R. Kilpatrick left Monday for
his former home in.. Alabama for a
short visit to his son .who continues in
very ill health. ;
Mrs. Bruce and little son of Dade
City are visiting their aunt, Mrs. M. E.
Mr. W. L. Martin, pastor of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church, will fill his appointment
here both Sunday morning and even evening.
ing. evening. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. and
B. Y. P. U. 3 p m. every Sunday. Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone cordially invited to attend all
Bites of poisonous insects that cause
the flesh to swell up must be treated
with a healing rfntlsjeptlc that will
counteract tharjapi3on and heal the
wound. BALIARD'S SKOW LINIMENT
answers eveiyX returlrement In such
cases. Price atcoOc and 1 per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. Sold b; all druggists.
When you have anything to franc
take it to the Ocala News Co.; all kinds
Stepping on a rusty nail has been
the cause of many cases of lockjaw.
(The nail was not sathucTKlhe fault as
neglect of the ymnd. If such wounds
were promptly cleansed and BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S LianMSTawtled there
there would qe mr lUJJjaw, as the anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic proper! lbs i arhe liniment would
counteract the poison and the wound
would heal quickly. Price 25c. 60c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of eaeh
month. W. T. Gary. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
NO. 19, I & A. M-
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially invite!
W. T. Mcllwaine, W. M.
G. W. Martin. Secretary.
FORT KING CAMP NO. 14.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
August 11, 1911, in Yonge's HalL
Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe, C. C
Chas. Iv. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Conventions held every Monday eve
ning In Castle Hall over Peyser's store.
A cordial welcome to visiting knights.
J. G. Ferguson, C. G.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
Foley Kidney Pills will check the
progress of your kidney and bladder
trouble and heal by removing the
cause. Try them. Court Pharmacy.
OCALA LODGE XO-286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 288. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake, EL R.
Louis F. Savarese. Sec'y.
I I I a7 "I I I I
11 t AM-jr
oar cbsuomers bat it
tls a trial they
this? Wc say.
the first day of
only sach goods
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder L T. Ixlar.
Assistant Recorder H. M. Hamstott..:
President of Council H. C. Jones.
Clerk H C Slstrunlr .'
Tax Collator W.- W Olvatt. .'V.-.
Treasurer w. T. Gary,
.Aiioiuejf -v.. ia sisiruuk.
Marshal R L. Carter.
tt ire uiuei rt. vimmuera.
Superintendent of Electric Lighting;
Plant J. C. CaldwelL
Policemen Frank Hall. 8. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.
Sanitary inspector u. w. Cleveland.
Aldermen First Ward I J. Knight.
C. R. Tydings. ;
- Aldermen Second Ward J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. Carroll.
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel-
venston, ii. a. j?auseit.
Aldermen Fourth Ward -H. C. Jones,
G. A. CarmichaeL
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards.'
Committees of the Council
Market G. A. Carmlchael, L. J,
Knight. R. R. CarrolL
Sanltaryr B. T. Helvenaton. W. Pv
Edwards. H. A. Fausett
Direct xv. v. vrruii, :u. n. .uiut
chael.-:J. Hs Taylor. ;. l-.-i x ?y H
Cemeterv V. T" Helvenston. H. Ai
Fausett. II. C. Jones.
Building II. C Jones. H. A. Fausett.
G. A. Carmlchael. ;
Fire II. A. Fausett. C R. Tydings.
R. R. Carroll. s
Police W. P. Edwards. J. H. Taylor.
Finance C. R. TyJIngs, J. H. Taylor.
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary L. J. Knight. C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. H. Taylor. C. R.
Tydings, H. C. Jones.
- TEACHER'S EXAMINATION
Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform examination for
Ocala beginning on Tuesday, September
5. The white applicants will meet at
the high school building and the col colored
ored colored at Howard Academy promptly at
9 o'clock. Civil government will be re required
quired required for all grades of certificates.
Applicants will come equipped with
legal cap paper, pens and ink. and blot blotters.
ters. blotters. J. H. Brinson. Superintendent.
SlfJXS MUST IIE REMOVED
FROM COl.VTY PROPERTY
Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners held August 8. 1!11. it was
ordered that all signs and advertise advertisements
ments advertisements on county property, such as
bridges, trees and county roads right-of-way.
etc., be removed and the road
superintendents are ordered to remove
By order of the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners for Marion county. Florida,
August 8, lit 11. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk, Board County Commissioners.
CI VIIj ENGINEER,
Accurate Building Flans, Blue Prlata
and Specifications made. Lauds Bur-'
veyed 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
Rmbb 27, Holder Black
OCALA ... FLORIDA
DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United State Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
I .orated at the Jaaea Haapltal ra et
PI rat Street. West
All Calls Promptly Answered.
n i mill uno
I. I KIIII I IK A
Ul Jl IllbUI w
Contractor and Dallier
Plans ana Specifications Famished
120 South Third Street
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Fine Caskets and Dcri:l T-t
All Work. Done by
balmera and Fully Gaarattccd. :
OCALA EVEXlNiVSfAft, THURSDAY, ArGCST 17, lii.
? I : t.
OU are reminded that the Commercial
Bank is a 'state institute n and under
the direct supervision of the banking
department of the State of Florida
That its capital and surplus is' $75000,00 and
that we are growing but can still take care of more
THE CdHCIAL BAI
Motion Pictures and Music
EVERY EVENING AT
The Temple Theater
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Change of Program Every Night
PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
THE TRACKS IN THE SN'OW $5,000 REWARD "DEAD OR ALIVE"
BRANDING A BAD MAN A WESTERN DREAM
Prices Ten and
UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA
A Superior Rut Inexpensive Institu Institution
tion Institution for Florida Young Men
Four colleges, agricultural experi experiment
ment experiment station; University extension.
46 professors and assistants. 125
per cent increase in attendance in
last two 'years. Attractive buildings
and campus. For talogue address,
A. A. MURPHREE. President.
Charles Rodoff. Proprietor.
The Best Quick Lunch Eal Ealing
ing Ealing Bouse in the City
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. SHRIMPS and
CRABS and all other del del-ieacie
ieacie del-ieacie of the season.
J. T. BROWN
Artesian and Irrigation Work a
Satisfaction guaranteed. For in information
formation information apply to
J. T. BROWN,
Box 285 ocala. Fla.
FALL SIMPLES AND STYLE
Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes.
West Fort King: Avenue. Phone 73
"We buy In quanties that assures
our ,-trade getting the choicest of
prime meats that means the best
cuts for you when you trade here.
Your hone order is carefully tilled
by a choice selection place a trial or order
der order today.
AV. P. EDWARJ S
Phone 108 New City Market
ffOB dACACHC KlOMCVSAMO BtAO
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
PLANS AND ESTIMATES Fl UMSIIKII
P. O. BOX 273
Florida State College for Women
College of Arts and Sciences, Nor Normal
mal Normal School with Kindergarten,
School of Music, School of Art,
School c' Expression. School of
Home Economics. First class equip equipment
ment equipment throughout. Tuition free. Oth Other
er Other expenses very low. For informa information
tion information address.
EDWARD CONRADI. President.
QUICK AND CONVENIENT
If you want a carriage or dray
any time between 6 a. m. and 8 p. m.,
call 'phone 428. I will be glad to serve
you. Ocala Parcel Pelivery Station.
H. S. Chambers, Proprietor.
HAY FEVER, ASTHMA
AND SUMMER COLDS
Must be relieved quickly and Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will do it.
E. M. Stewart. 1034 Wcdfram St., Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, writes: 'Iaveeen greatly
troubled durlngytne hot summer months
with hay fev&r sj find that by using
Foley's Hony yjra" Tar Compound I
get great reUef.'vKiany others who
suffer similarly will be glad to benefit
by Mr. Stewart's experience. Sold by
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
There are rvo Kinas or Chill Tonic
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST:
Not a man, but an auto crank, on
the Belleview road Monday. Owner
can have same by calling on Mr. Z. C.
Chambliss, matphing the crank with a
car and paying for this advertisement.
FALLS VICTIM TO THIEVES
,S W. YTeft(lf
a., has a
his health fo
were a liver
them. He's w
pepsia. ,25c. at Tydings & Co's.
ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC
Having bought the J. I 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 complete
plete complete 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 Mordis.
WIFE GOT TIPTOP ADVICE
"My wife wanted jiw-to take our boy
to the doctor cure an ugly boil,'
writes D. Frankel of Sroud. Okla. "I
said'put Bucken's Arnica Salve on it.
She did so awi i toured the boil in a
short time.." Quickest healer of burns.
scalds, cuts, corns, bruises, --sprains
and swellings. Best pile cur on earth.
Try it. Only 25c. at Tydings & Co's.
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 otar office.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD
For any case of kidney, bladder or
rheumatle 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.
-r f ,C
fn mi m Anminnniftrn I
Masons meet this evening.
If you want a
Merry "Widow, see
J. H. Carter of Fairfield was at the
Ocala House yesterday.
5 or 6 doses Gtif will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 2".c.
C. P. Warnock of Oxford was at the
Ocala House yesterday.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
E. R. Covington of Trilby
the Ocala House last night.
Fresh limes for limeade at the foun fountain
tain fountain of the Court Pharmacy.
Dr. R. A. Willis of Greenwood
at the Ocala House last night.
Drink PLEZOU the new drink.
It Is healthful and invigorating.
S. A. Pfeifer of Cincinnati was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce and Mrs. Howse
returned from Seabreeze yesterday.
If you are looking for something up-to-date
in frames, call at Mills' studio.
L. J. Taylor of Eustis
Ocala House yesterday.
was at the
Buttermilk, fresh every
day at the
Mrs. C. J. French is quite ill at her
horn In the first ward.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company.
Alf Oldfleld the engineer was at the
Ocala House last night.
n or o doses "WHO" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c.
J. D. Thornton of Henderson, N.
was at the Montezuma yesterday.
I KutternulK, rresh every
! Postofflce Drugstore.
day at the
Alf Proctor of Pedro
Montezuma last night.
was at the
Mr. G. G. Beville of Webster
guest of the Montezuma,
Judge William Gober of Dunnellon Is
in the city a guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. Lewis Yonce has been spending
several days at the lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knight left yes-
terday for their New York trip.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
Mrs. Johnson is ill with diphtheria
at the home of her sister, Mrs. G. T.
Maughs. on Oklawaha avenue.
Your kodak work can be finished
two to three days if you leave it
Mr. Phil Robinson. who has been
quite ill for some time, was able to sit
up a little this afternoon,
If you smoke you will be interested
in the best line of cigars in the city at
the Court Pharmacy.
The only son of Mr. and Mrs, TV. E,
Tydings is very ill at the home of Mr.
Tydings mother on North 1st street.
We have the best line of hair brush brushes,
es, brushes, combs, and other toilet articles in
the city. The Court Pharmacy. p
Mr.' W. O. Paxson of Valdosta. Ha.,
is in town, a guest of the Montezuma.
Mr. Paxson is a nava4 stores operator.
Two good leaders: Peroxide Cream
and Beck's Cold Cream at the CourfSs
ruin mj.t . jf,
Assistant Postmaster B. F. Bordjfen
was "i hiumf" Yf-fUfts,, n ""P" ye-s
WANTED To exchange lumber and
j cypress shingles ror runaoout automo
bile. Address, G. E. Jacobs, Burbank
Mr. George Rentz, a prominent 1
terday in the city. Times-Union.
r4.William H. Gober of Dunnellon
w$ registered at the Park hotel yes yes-terifey.
terifey. yes-terifey. Times-Union.
Mjfs. Marion Smith and Mrs. Nellie
TVyfiams of St. Petersburg were at the
Montezuma last night.
Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friend3.
When you are down town drink
Mrs. G. T. Maughs is
a step from
a badly sprained anKle.
was caused in making
the train, on her return from Dunedin.
When in jacKsonvllle stop with Mrs.
K. L. Maloney. at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval, Just off Main. Best 75c.
room in the city.
Mrs. W. J. Sheridan and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Dixie left today for Michigan,
where they will visit relatives until
the snow flies.
After September 1st we will be In
onr new More where onr farllltle
will be greatly Improved. We Invite
you to come and nee how we are fixed
and Mollrlt your trade and In return
we Kuarantee you unmur panned Rervlee.
If you have a reputation of paying;
your hill, all rights we shall be glad
to open an account, If we have not al
ready done mo, but if yonr reputation
for paylna; la not srood, we shall be
Klad to give you the same service but
for cash. Do not get mad with us If
we refuse to credit you for the reason
will be that you do not bear a good
reputation or we do not know. Re
member we did not make your reputa
tion for paying.
MITT AND JEFF ARE
ALL TO THE MERRY
The Mutt ani Jeff pictures at the
Temple every Wednesday evening are
becoming quite a feature and are look looked
ed looked forward to with pleasant anticipa anticipation.
tion. anticipation. They were seen, together with
three other fine subjects, by large and
delighted crowds yesterday afternoon
and evening. Everybody takes interest
in Mutt and Jeff and the idea of put put-tjng
tjng put-tjng them in moving pictures was a
most popular one.
If you will look at the program else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, you will see that there is an another
other another good course of entertainment on
for this evening, and you had better
fill one of the Temple's
chairs sometime between
:30 and 10
XO CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT
On account of the absence of some of
Its members from the city and for oth other
er other reasons. Director A. E. Gerir It It-forms
forms It-forms us that there will be no concert
by the Metropolitan Band this week.
STORY HAD TO BE SKIPPED
Pressure of other matter compels
the Star to skip a chapter of "The
Taming of Red Butte Western" today.
DR. J. W. ilOOD'S TELEPHONES
The Ocala Gas Engine "Works has
Just received two handsome new Buick
touring cars. These cars will go to
The Home Mission Society will meet
tomorrow afternoon at the Methodist
church. Let every one be ready with
their calendar money. A special mus musical
ical musical program will be given and a good
attendance is desired.
Miss Rogers and Miss Thompson,
who have been occupying one of the
Ditto cottages in the second ward for
several months, have gone north for
the next few months. They want to together
gether together as far as St. Louis, where they
will separate. Miss Rogers going to
Palo Alto. Calif., and Miss Thompson
to Monistie, Mich.
Dr. II. C. Doxler ha moved Ills office
tr the Nfcond floor of the Lanier Rob Robert
ert Robert mou building, opposite Melver and
MacKay. Phones: Of flee, 41; Residence,
Mrs. W. H. Wilson and baby, who
have been visiting Mrs. Wilson's par parents.
ents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Martin, re returned
turned returned yesterday afternoon to their
home in Tampa.
When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
Mrs. M. L. Parker, who lives opposite
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk's home in the third
ward, is very ill and her death Is an-
ficipated at any time.
Mrs. Parker Is
suffering from cancer.
A. A. TT'aterman's self-fllling, relia reliable,
ble, reliable, non-leaking fountain pens; all
sixes and several different prices, at
the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. R. E. TVaggoman is quite ill at
her home on Sanchez street, and Mr.
Waggoman has postponed his eastern
trip until her condition improves.
Our line of cutlery, scissors and
articles for the manicure table will ap appeal
peal appeal to you. See them at the Court
Col. R. F. Rogers of Lynne, was in
the city today. Col. Rogers, in addi addition
tion addition to operating his naval stores busi business,
ness, business, is one of the most successful far farmers
mers farmers and stock raisers in his section.
He says the Lynne section Is afflicted
Mr. David S. Woodrow, a prominent
business man of Ocala, was in the city
yesterday en route to Baltimore and
New York. Mr. Woodrow was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and daughter, and
sailed on the new steamer Suwannee
of the Merchants and Miners lln.
ANTED Contractor with two or
three mule or ox teams to haul pine
timber; good contract to right party.
Address Sumner Lumber Company,
, K -CMi
Jars., Carlisle and cUiluren weiuojvn
haveftaken Argyle cottage for a month.
Mr. B. Carlisle. Sr.. and son, Mr J. B.
lisle, Jr., will spent part of the
me with them.
The unique and bizarre garb recent recently
ly recently adopted by the fire boys is attracting
much attention and favorable com comment.
ment. comment. 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
T. J. Cone of Raleigh
Montezuma last night.
was at the
You can get anything from a post
ard to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
W. C. Turner of Sanford was at the
Five or six doses 66' will cure
any case or chills and lever, trice, zo
W. A. Baxley and boy of Istachatta
were at the Montezuma yesterday.
Men, our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade In
few weeks, free. Moler Barber College,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knight of Ocala.
were among the many passengers
leaving Jacksonville yesterday on the
Merchants and Miners new steamer
buwannee. i imes-unlon.
Korris' famous Atlanta candles, a
high grade confection, received every
few days by express direct from the
factory at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. J. J. McCranie has returned
from a visit to his family at Waldo.
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
Cuts and bruises may be healed in
about one-third' thefmir-c.equlred by
the usual trerlfient by applying
Chamberlain's jOniaient. It la an an antiseptic
tiseptic antiseptic and JcausjpH such, injuries to
heal without! maturation This lini liniment
ment liniment also rJiet3 soyeness of the
muscles and EhjU.!art ic pains. For
sale by all dealers.
Excellent Local Orekewtra at the
Dome Lut Evealne;
The Air Dome added to the pleasure
of its patrons last night with music
from an orchestra composed of the fol following
lowing following well known local talent: Prof.
Karl Weihe, piano: Leon Fishel. first
clarinet; George Martin. Jr., second
clarinet; Frank Mathews, cornet. The
combination was all that could be de desired;
sired; desired; it was jam spread on the bread
and butter of the pictures, and every everybody
body everybody was delighted with the menu.
The tent top will be rolled back this
evening unless it rains. The orchestra
(Will hfi in Avl.latiAa ktyo !n n n 1 V,
win oe a nrst class picture program.
The Air Dome will run "Mutt and
Jeff" tomorrow night, and "Le.4 Misera Misera-bles,"
bles," Misera-bles," Victor Hugo's great work Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. The Air Dome has a world world-famous
famous world-famous subject for every Saturday
night for the next few weeks, among
which will be "The Mystery of the
Lama Convent," "Grenadier Roland"
and Dante's Inferno."
METHODIST PARSONAGE SOLD
The stewards of the Methodist
church have disposed of the corner
quarter block of ground on which the
old parsonage of the church is located,
to Messrs. D. S. Woodrow and G. F.
Williams. The property has been for
sale for some time. The church re recently
cently recently completed a handsome new par parsonage
sonage parsonage on Fort King avenue and de decided
cided decided to sell the old one. The property
is quite valuable for business purposes
and the new owners propose to move
the residence back and face it on
South 2nd street, and with -a. little re repair
pair repair and a coat of paint, it will be a
first class piece of renting property.
Messrs. Woodrow and Williams will
later on build a row of stores along
the west side of the lot facing on Main
street. These stores will be located
the nearest to the square of any va vacant
cant vacant property and will find ready ten tenants
ants tenants at good prices. This is another
piece of enterprise and improvement
that we are glad to observe and feel
confident that the new owners will
profit by the transaction.
L. H. VAN ENGELKEN, M. D.
Old Postofflce Building, Room. 4.
Mr. jChas. V. Miller came up sester sester-dayytrom
dayytrom sester-dayytrom Dunedin. where he and his
fairiily have beji spending the last few
greeks. Mr. Miller's health has much
improved during his visit to the Pinel
Small colored boys are often Jocular Jocularly
ly Jocularly referred to as alligator bait, and
Jack Galloway was making picanin picanin-nies
nies picanin-nies scatter today with a small alliga alligator
tor alligator which he captured on a visit to
Mr. C. W. Real of Orange Lake is
in the city for a day. Mr. Beal moved
to Gainesville some time ago, but aft after
er after residing there a while moved back
to Orange Lake. He says after all
there Is no place like Marion county.
Mrs. Jake Brown, Mr. Julius and
Miss Helen Brown and Miss Adele Bit Bit-tinger
tinger Bit-tinger are contemplating a trip thru
the country in the car Saturday, to
Tampa, where they will remain until
Thursday. The young ladies will be
the guests of Miss Ethel Crosby while
M. J. Roess, one of Ocala's most
substantial business men. spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in the city, registering at the
DeSoto. Mr. Roess is heavily interest interested
ed interested in the lumber market and visits
this section of the state frequently.
B. F. Borden, of Ocala, arrived in
the city last evening and registered at
the Marlborough. He will be here sev
eral days combining business matters
with pleasure. Tampa Tribune.
No bank in the world can pay all Its
depositors at once, any more than a
blacksmith can shoe all of his custo
mers' horses at one time.
A bank's customers do not require
their money at the same time, not
even the same week or month; neither
do the blacksmith's customers want
their horses shod on the same day.
The bank loans out a part of its de
posits as well as the capital stock
The demands of business in manklng
history prove that 25 per cent, of de
posits is a safe amount to keep
IT banks could not loan out a p
of their deposits, there would be no
banks. The men who own the bank
stock would loan the money them themselves
selves themselves and save the expense o.f offi officers'
cers' officers' salary, rent, taxes, books, etc.
Then there would be no convenient
place for the people to deposit their;
This bank keeps on hand at all times
cash to the amount of
30 per cent." or
more of its deposits:
THE MCXROE CHAMBLISS BASK
TOE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH"
is the soda fountain in our drug- store.
All the youth of both sexes patronize It,
but that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying it, too. Our soda is pure
and refreshing-, and flavored with all
the popular syrups, xou will find it ex
hilarating. satisfying, cooling. Try It
once then you will recommend It your
self. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
DANCE AT SILA'ERSJJRINGS
35ewill be a danodrat the pav
at TTmSTmu. yvr j n jpy this evening.
The a n t n rnnfcrtT fc. w 11 1mv the
court house sfjare ati!Sl!JJiAar-
ry out anvjUt, wishing to do.
will n trHi i mueir nnii a rir
) 111 II II
HIES A IF12TfYISii;:
ANP (COME M MMffiTTm
THE MAX YOU MAY SEEK BUSINESS ASSOCIATION WITH WILL
ASK YOU FIRST HOW OLD YOU ARE; NEXT HOW MUCH MONEY
YOU HAVE. IF YOU HAVE NO MONEY HE WILL SEEK FURTHER.
WE WILL PAY YOU 4 PER CENT. INTEREST ON THE MONET
YOU PUT IN OUR BANK AND COMPOUND THE INTEREST EVERT
JNO. L. EDWARDS,
H. D. STOKES,
SI?JDTIH1 & IBLiT
PHONES: DAY, NO 10. NIGHT. NOS. 835 OB 94
WE CARRY IN STOCK THE CELEBRATED, EVERLASTING
Bronze Casket 1
As well as a full line of medium and low-priced Caskets aad
Coffins. Personal and prompt attendance to all parts of the
country, night or day, by automobile, when desired. Serrioee
fully up to date and guaranteed satisfactory. Burials made In
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST d FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAQ QOUNCOTEL
HO MAS M. WILSON.
North Ave. and Pachtrm St.. Atlanta. Ca. Boarding and Day School for ffirisand young
ladies. Boarding department strictly limited to insure refined home life. Classes divided into
small sections to secure personal instruction. Faculty of eighteen specialists. Conservatory
advantages in Music. Ait. Expression. Certificate admits to Vassar, Wellesley. Randolph Randolph-Macon,
Macon, Randolph-Macon, etc. Thirty-fourth session begins September 14, 1911. Catalogue on application.
l D. SCOTT. EMMA B. SCOTT. Principals.
Washington, Augnst 17. 17.-and
and 17.-and south, local showers
portion tonight or Friday,
SALE One new 180-egg Bud-
ley Incubator for sale cheap for caslu
WmSFIffWet'Tork was at
FOR SALE A well drilling ma
chine in good condition; 3 h-p engine;
all tools necessary. Address Arthur
Gallipeau, Martel. Fla.
V:fcWilAflX.JIJiflmson. Ga.. wa
the Montezuma last Ittfhif J
WANTED By two young men, rooms
with or convenient to. bath. Address
P. O- Box 223. stating rates. tf
F. E. Jackson of Romeo was at the
Ocala House last night
land at Anthony, Fla. Mrs. S. R. Har
well, 215 E. 7th street, Jacksonville.
Joh Carlisle of Gainesyi
Jersey cow for sale. Third calf, gives
24 pounds milk a day. Without calf,
price $50. Abner Pooser.
W. F. Pulliam of Reddick was at
the Montezuma yesterday.
Warhorse Pit Game chickens. My
entire yard of fine bred games for
sale cheap. Nothing to beat them.
Write or call on Tremere, Belleview,
Roy Manassee. John M. Scott and
W. T. Bodiford of Gainesville were at f
the Ocala House last night.
An ordinary ca
f diarrhoea can.
as a rule, be c
a single dose of
Cholera and DI-
old by all dealers.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vire Pres.
E. C. SMITH.
C. V. ROBERTS.
THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of Buggies. Carriages, Wagons,
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leather or goes
make farming a pleasure. Call on
us wnen in neeu we win eliminate
KNIGHT a LANG,
FULLER & AYER
Ofilce over Mmnroe & Chambliss B'k.
i r minor
P. O. BoxT7, t-1J""no"-
9, 10 ad 11, Second Floor,
OCALA - FLORIDA
L F. DLALOCK
ice Orer Commercial Baak
lLA - FLORIDA
Honrs. 8 to 12 m. 1 to 5
p. m. Phone 211.
F. E. McCLANE
(Jeneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Daj.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2. 3. 4, 6 and Holder
Building. Second "Floor; Phones.
Office No. S33; Residence No. 333
1 iJ k
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1911.
Wivo lrn Tf?t- to the rood and aid
He Beer of
11.1 1 T'L
13 all tti is ana more, x hc
malt and Patst
it inai aeiigniiui appending iuiu.w
tang and rick mellow flavor
that distinguishes it
WIRE FENCES TO AT-r
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822.00 CHICAGO, IlJi.
$1M0 ST. LOUIS, IO.
SJl.OO IIKTIIOIT, MICH.
$17.00 LOUISVILLE, KY.
$17.00 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
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$I3.S( CHATTANOOGA, TKXX.
$15.20 TI LT..I10IA, TCNN.
Limit September 2nd.
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llacine the insurance on thf1 count v
Applications for permits to sell li-i
quors, wines and beer m district No.;
1. Marion cotintv Plnrirla hv CI n 1
Hogan. the Carmichael & Son Co.,
(corporation), C. Carmichael, Ocala
Fiouse Wine Rooms, (corporation, by
J M. McCorkle, manager), Ocala
House Wine Rooms Annex (corpora (corporation,
tion, (corporation, by J. M. Mr-Corlile, manager), R.
I j." Keating, were read and advertise advertisements
ments advertisements ordered made according to law.
Applications for permits to sell li liquors,
quors, liquors, wines and beer in district No.
24, Marion county, by John S. Ped Ped-rick,
rick, Ped-rick, James U Trotter, W. C. O'Ban O'Ban-non,
non, O'Ban-non, Harry Peter, B. F. Duke, read
and advertisements ordered made ac according
cording according to law.
Mr. F. J. Kennard, architect, appear appeared
ed appeared and presented certificate that the
Pauly Jail Pmilding Company are en entitled
titled entitled to payment of $27,G9, on ac account
count account of contract for construction and
installation of jail work for Marion
county jail contract. On motion of
Commissioner Carmichael it was or ordered
dered ordered that warrants be drawn as per
Board adjourned for dinner, to meet
at 2 p. m.
Mr. J. W. Prater of Dunnellon ap appeared
peared appeared relative to personal tax assess assessment
ment assessment against Clyatt Co., incorporat
ed. Matter was referred to tax col-
On motion of Commissioner Car-!
michael it was oruered that
van be accepted as delivered by the I
Piililv Tail niiilrlino- rt
" ; v v..c,.
Bills by Mrs. Bogie, stenographer,!
CT 1 ;
and J. P. Gallowav referred to Attor-i
Mr. J. M. Douglass appeared and
presented collections amounting to
'$377.50. as donation by the citizens
along route of road to be used toward
hardening the road from Weirsdale to
Summerfield. It was ordered that
two miles of hard road be built from
Weirsdale, running westerly under
the one and two-thirds' rule, and that
the matter of the construction of this
road be referred to Commissioner
Proctor with; full power .to act.
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the clerk
have advertisements entered in the
Jacksonville Times-Union and Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis and Manufacturer's Record of
Baltimore, Md., that Marion county
has for sale steel and cell works for
a small jail, constructed by the Manly
Jail Co., of Dalton, Ga.
Commissioner Petteway, commis commissioner
sioner commissioner in charge of the county poor
farm, filed his report as follows,
which was read and filed:
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 9, 1911.
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners. Marion Co., Fla.:
Gentlemen I beg leave herewith
to submit my report of the condition
of the poor farm for the month of
The expenditures of the institution
I find to be $117.83, including superin superintendent's
tendent's superintendent's salary.
You wrill please notice, gentlemen,
that the expenses of the institution
are gradually decreasing instead of
enhancing in value. I do not know
what to say, other than that the in institution
stitution institution is being cared for at as rea reasonable
sonable reasonable an expense as could be ex expected
pected expected under the conditions existing.
I would like, however, to write at
length, rative to the conditions of
the poor farm in general, but think
it best to take the matter up with
you in person, hence I resort to these
SAM W. PETTEWAY,
Com. in Charge.
Francis J. Kennara, architect, ap appeared
peared appeared and presented certificate that
J. F. Jenkins & Co., are entitled to
a payment of $4101.40 on account of
contract for erection of Marion county
jail, leaving a ..balance due them of
$1000, which was read and on motion
warrant was ordered drawn.
Francis J. Kennard presented his
bill as architect for new county jail.
Warrant was ordered drawn to cover
balance due amounting to $1432.85.
Mr. Francis J. Kennard presented
bill by J. F. Jenkins & Co., account
of extras for new county jail amount
ing to $SC4.70, which was ordered
Communication by Albert W. Gil Gilchrist,
christ, Gilchrist, governor, showing acceptance
ux him of the resignation of C. 11.
Rogers as game warden, read.
It was ordered that no recommen recommendation
dation recommendation be made to the governor for
the appointment of a game warden for
Marion county at this meeting of the
board, and that matter be left open
until next meeting of board.
.Bond for license to earn1 rifle by
E. H. Camp read and approved.
Bonds for license to carry pistol by
William 11. Morrison. Wesley Hooker.
Pi H. Nugent, T. II. Mixson. C. M.
kuffman..,W. R. O. Veal. M. M. Fox Fox-worth,
worth, Fox-worth, C. Stanaland and D. E. Jones
read and approved. j
Attorney Hocker appeared relative!
to tax assessment to Sumner Lumber j
Company. It was ordered that taxi
assessor reduce assessment on per-
sonal property from $1200 to $S00.
It was ordered that the bid of T. E.
Conway be accepted for the sinking
of one 10-inch well at new jail, umler
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the board
recommirTHl to the governor that Mr.
Kail !e removed as mark and brand
inspector for district Xo. l, on .ic .ic-count
count .ic-count of non-peformance of duty.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson it was ordered Thar this board
recommend to the governor of Florida
that Preston Goolsby be appointed
mark and bran diuspector for district
Bond for license to carry riflf by
Robt. E. Clarkson read and refused,;
oi account of non-age of applicant, j
On motion bids submitted for lay-
ing drain pipe and run. all supply j
pipes, etc., for new jail were ordered
opened. Bids were submitted by J.
F. Jenkins & Co., for 3295: H. W.
Tucker, $1C9; Walter S. C.
$:12u; cala Plumbing and
ifn 1v ,,U li
Bid by H. W. Tucker
and contract awarded
Notary public bonds of Wm. J.
Folks, J. H. Pegram and Mrs. Mary E.
Bogie were read and approved.
Petition by G. B. Parramore et al
as follows: We, the voters and citi citizens
zens citizens of precinct No. 27, do earnestly
solicit or request that you have the
roads opened up so people can ravel
them. Read and referred to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Crosby, with power to act.
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed
report of pol Itaxes collected during
July, 1911, as follows: 3 regular; 9 ex extra,
tra, extra, which was read and filed.
Petition by Mrs. Wishart asking
recommendation of board to comp comptroller
troller comptroller to be allowed to redeem out-
(.tnnllnr. 4 I If
sw!4, sec 10-1 .:-2l, at face value
certificates and omitted years' taxes,
without interest, read and on motion
it was ordered that recommendation
be granted on account of high valua valuation.
tion. valuation. On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the board
recommend to the comptroller that
the certificates on sVs of swV4, sec
12-1G-21, be allowed redeemed at face
value of certificate and omitted years
taxes, without interest.
W. L. Colbert tax collector, tiled re report
port report of licenses issued during July,
-it'll, OilU iUf-, CL It KJVA u l vuiicivu i J l
f f j.. f rmn-.tv. f?.7i. which v.-: is
reafl ap(J f.ed
gh(riff j p G.tlTovvay niPd report
of fines and cosrs imposed m Man jn
county during July, 1911 and charge-
aHe to the sheriff, showing fines.
$531; -osts, ?150.44. Total, $GS7.M.
D. R. Zetrouer, J. P.. district Xo. 32,
filed report for June, 1911. showing
F.nes imposed, $100; costs, $19.35,
which w.as rend and filed.
i The following justices reported no
business during July, 1911: Z. A. Mc Mc-Claran.
Claran. Mc-Claran. C. R. Veal, II. W. Douglass,
Alexander Wynne, C. C. Curry, R. C.
Yongue, D. R. Zetrouer.
The following justices filed reports
showing fines and costs imposed dur during
ing during July, 1911, as follows:
Jos. Bell, county judge, fines, $190;
Lyles, fines, $143.50; costs;
A. O. Harper,
R. C. Dougless
fines, $15; costs,
fines $10; costs,
Board adjourned until Thursday
morning, August 11th, 1011, at 7:30.
The board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment.
ment. adjournment. Present: Hon. W. J. Crosby,
chairman: Commissioners Carmichael
Bids for supplying furnishings were
opened. Bids were submitted by Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay and Theus & Zachry.
On motion it was ordered that bid of
Theus & Zachry be accepted.
On motion and report of committee
the board accepted the 10-ton gaso gasolene
lene gasolene road roner under contract with
the Kelly Springfield Road Roller Co.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson it .was ordered that the board
would not receive any money after
September, 15th, 1011, and before Jan January
uary January 1. 10J2, under the one and two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds rule for hardening roads, as
the board 'desires to stay within the
limits of total road receipts.
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was stated as the wish of
the board to curtail the road expens expenses
es expenses for the balance of the year, and
it was ordered that each commission commissioner
er commissioner notify each overseer to curtail the
expense in each disirict as mush Js
Board thereupon a'Jjnrasd until
next reguiar meet in
fine countv had no further interest m
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The onti re toifof 11W fura
paly has been on thl mvk
bqfightan entire newn took won
scfi building. jinflateJlftt, lie
plnv lor all ortIeir new goods iirtr
ourselves two lardfe
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OUR SCHOOL INTERESTS
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ville Ji7.Z7; Dunnellon ?8.3"; Reddick
5 .31; Pine Level- ?53:2.; Mayville
$36.85; Weirsdale $32.78; Citra-$l38;
Griner Farm $62.10; Buck Pond $333.81;
Sparr $374.01; Candler $303.06; Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship ? .62; Eleetra. $62.02; Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton $85.68; Martel $84.50;. Fort King
$237.41; Capulet $238.61; Linadale
$59.01: Cotton Plant $400.42; Orange
Lake $133.94; Oak Hill $4.54; Moss
Bluff $3.82; Fairfield $36.09; Cottage
Hill $9.78: Charter Oak $359.37; Tedro
$2.52; Kendrick $154.57; Oklawaha
$92.08; Heidtville $449.89; Tleasant
Hill $110.99; Fort McCoy $2. Total
district balances $4287.72.
The poll tax lists and the stubs from
the tax collector's office checked over
as required by law to be done semi semiannually
annually semiannually and compared with the treas treasurer's
urer's treasurer's reports of the monthly amounts
turned over to the treasurer and found
Dr. D. II. Pettys, one of the trustees
of the Mcintosh school, called and re requested
quested requested the appointment of Miss Grace
Holloway as assistant in the Mcintosh
school, which was granted.
Mr. E. 1 Mills, supervisor 1 of the
Grahamville school, called and dis
cussed the appointment of the teacher
for the coming term.
A request from the Ebenezer school
for an appropriation of $10 for the
purpose of helping to put an addition
in the form of -a. porch to the house
A request for 12 lights, 8x12, six
desks and one teacher's desk, from the
Summerfield school was granted.
A request from the Churchill school
to be allowed to open and run. with an
enrollment of only six pupils was re refused
fused refused as the county average required
is seven per month.
A request from the Hparr school for
an assistant was granted for the time
that the required average is main maintained.
tained. maintained. Miss Janie Mae Perry was assigned
as teacher of the Shady school.
Gum Springs school, colored, was
granted shingles sufficient to re-cover
the house estimated to be 13,500. ma material
terial material sufficient for the building of two
toilets and for building the door steps.
Request of Fort King school to be
allowed to fence the school grounds in
order to protect the property from
hogs and goats, was granted.
Bequest for a heater, three window
panes and one fifteen-foot sill from
the Wetumpka colored school was
f Bequest from Mr. Ij. J-ruty 01
'.Reddick that the deed to the old school
j lot at Reddick be returned to him. As
returned as per request.
A request from the New South Fa
& Home Comp.any that the county I
board execute to them a deed for oa
acre located in the swU of the seot
section 11-14-2", the same beingthe
site of the old Brussels schooJlong
since abandoned. Bequest was gjrant gjrant-el.
el. gjrant-el. ""
Clarkesville colored school made re-,
quest for fifty desks. It was agreed
that the county would order single
desks for the Blitchton school and
supply the present desks to the
Clarkesville school and have the oth others
ers others that are necessary made.
Bequest from Mitchell Rigdon of the
Linadale community to have permit
j granted to send to school in Bake
j county at the Ilisley school, was
j It was reported that the last war-
rants issued to Annie I. Kinsler and
j A. J. Howard for teaching had not been
i delivered and they wished for dupli-
cates to be issued. It was agreed to
j postpone issuing duplicates for a while
! to see if the originals would nor be de de-j
j de-j livered.
j The petition from a number of the
J patrons of the Fairfield school In re re-Igard
Igard re-Igard to the location of the school
j house lot was refused and a former pe
tition to locate the school nouse naa
petition from the patrons of the
I Heidtville school asking that W. I
, Jcrdn appointed to fill the unex unexpired
pired unexpired u-rm of Mr. J. A. Adams, de
ceases. vas a
j A petition
ceased, was granted and he was oraer-
tnmissioned as such.
from a number of the
J patrons of the Grahamville school for
AY, AUGUST 11th
iture of teOcala Furni
et at less ftjtan
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the appointment of Mr. L. E. Coop as
teacher for the coming term was
granted provided he secured not lower
than a second grade certificate on the
As the examination for teachers will
come at the time of the next regular
meeting it was ordered that a grad grading
ing grading committee be secured for this oc occasion
casion occasion and proper notice be given In
No further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet on Monday,
September 4, 1911.
J. II. Brinson, Sec'y.
OF LOCAL INTEREST
Some People We Know, and We Will
I'rofit 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 cjtlzen's word;
To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any aticle that is endorsed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one you know nothing about.
Endorsed by unknown people.
P. IT. 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
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toms symptoms of kidney complaint and always
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SUNDAY TRIPS TO SILVER SPRINGS
Another Convenient Method of Reaeh Reaeh-Ing
Ing Reaeh-Ing a Pleanant Reaort
The big automobile truck of the
Ocala Transportation Comapny will
make Sunday passenger trips to the
Springs during the remainder of the
summer, observing the following
schedule: Leaving the court house
square at 9 and 11 a. m. and 2 and 4.
p. m. Fare for the round trip, 50 cents
SEEMED TO GIVE
HIM A XEW STOMACH
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Kramer & Christian of Ocala, Fla.,
composed of II- A. Kramer and R. M.
Christian, is dissolved, R. XL Christian
retiring. H. A. Kramer will continue
the real estate business in his own
name. All accounts due the firm will
be paid to IL A. Kramer, who assumes
any firm liabilities. IL A. Kramer,
August 8th, 1911.
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