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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight;
Thursday fair- except probably rain in
extreme northwest portion; slightly
wcrmer northwest portion-
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1919.
VOL 26, NO. 45

n

COTTIII TRIED TO
KILL CLEMENCEAU

014 Statesman, Tho Slightly Wound Wound-ed,
ed, Wound-ed, Grappled With and Held
His Assailant
Paris, Febi 19 (By the Associated
Press.)- Premier Clemenceau was
fired upon five times this morning
while entering his automobile. It is
reported he was wounded in the back
t;nd shoulder, but his injuries are not
serious.
FIVE SHOTS FIRED
" f.
Paris, Feb. 19. Georges Clemen Clemenceau,
ceau, Clemenceau, France's aged but vigorous 'pre 'premier,
mier, 'premier, was shot at and slightly wound wounded
ed wounded this.. morning a3 he was entering
hvs automobile. Five shots were fired
by the. assassin and at first it was re re-porte$fhat
porte$fhat re-porte$fhat the premier had been
wounded in the head. It developed
later, however, that his wounds 'were
'in .i$ier back and shoulder. He" "appar "apparently
ently "apparently was not dangerously hurt. The
shooting occurred as the premier "was
ir'iving: His home for the war office.
. The assassin is an ordinary looking
rnan and wasdressed as a workman.
The premier's assailant was arrested.
i WOUND IS SLIGHT
The premier's wound is not regard regarded
ed regarded dangerous in itself, but it is felt
there might be serious consequences
considering his age. About 11 o'clock,
however, ;t was officially- announced
that he was not seriously wounded.
BELIEVED TO BE A BOL
X Policeman Coursat, who was wound-
ed by a stray shot, said Premier Clem Clem-:
: Clem-: enceau rushed his assailant and grap-
pled with him. The premiers' assail assailant
ant assailant was Emile Cottin, 25 years old,
' born at Creil. The police, however,
do not put any confidence in the pa pa-f
f pa-f pens he possesses and are inclined to
think he is a Russian. f v

aviator Crawford ;
killed at rcadia
r Arcadia, Feb. 19.-Second Lieuten Lieutenant"
ant" Lieutenant" Daniel Ciawford, a student officer
:ai Cairlstrom field here, was instantly
lei' led yesterday by a, fall from his
pcout plane while flying at a height of
'about 1000 feet. The accident occur occurred
red occurred at 8:43 o'clock. In some manner
the belt which held Crawford in liis
reat became unfastened and he drop dropped'
ped' dropped' like a plummet from his plane,
tile 7 machine crashing to earth after
him. Lieut. Crawford .-was about 25
years old. He came here from Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, S. C. and the body will be ship shipped
ped shipped to his home.
NEW INCOME TAX BLANKS
: FOR 1918 ARE NOW READY
. "'
;': Income tax return blanks, Form N,o.
1040-A,. for individuals having a net
, income not over $5000 are now ready
f for distribution, no other forms hav havering
ering havering yet been received for distribution.
4- -These blanks are very compact and
i e similar to the forms used last
year, which provided for net incomes
? up to $3000. The blanks this year are
j-'stomped with the name' and, address
' cf the taxpayer and are arranged
1 with a duplicate of the return attach
ed to the original, whichduplicate is
to be detached by the taxpayer and
kept as a record of his return. The
duplicate sheet contains full instruc instructions
tions instructions and should be carefully read by
every individual before undertaking
to make out his return.
There has been mailed to "all tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers who filed returns last year one
of these blanks with hjs name and
serial number stamped-- thereon,
which should be received in the
course' of .the next two or three days.
Collector of Internal Revenue Jas.
M. Cathcart says that all blanks
should be in the hands of the taxpay
ers within one week and that if by
that time the official blank with the
name of the taxpayer cm has not been
received, he should inquire for blanks
either at the-collector's office at. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville or at the nearest center of
distribution throughout the state
where deputy collectors will be locat located,
ed, located, as follows: Tampa, Miami, Key
West, Daytona, Gainesville, Talla-
- hassee, Pensacola, or the general of office,
fice, office, Jacksonville. All returns have to
. be. filed by March 15th accompanied
by at least twenty-five per cent of the
ta.
NONE TO BURN NOW
Silver Springs, Feb. 19. Fifteen
jears ago or so, the Hart Line boats
Clrahumkee, sta tula and Osceola
and the Lucas Line boat, the Meta Meta-mora,
mora, Meta-mora, ran races upland down the
river. A keen rivalry between the
lines pn sued and to get up more

pi steam the vessels' would burn bacon by

r 'n& DOX, inrOWUlg iuw me imiwucs
generally one or two, sides at the
tirne." The Okahumkee was the fast fastest
est fastest boat. A. A. G.

H ERAHDI REPORTS

ON GEM
Officer of the United States Navy
Says the Huns are Down
and Out
(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 19. Captain Walter
Gherardi, of the United States navy,
who has been in Germany studying
the economic "and general conditions,
has returned to Paris and reports he
fcund much unemployment throfeghji
out the country and the restless con condition
dition condition threatens peace, in the immed immediate
iate immediate future. Captain Gherardi says
that Germany's food supplies cannot
last longer than next month, leaving
a great, gap to be filled before the
harvest.- The Germans army, he
says, has shrunk to insignificant
figures and is no longer formidable.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The. city council 'met in regular
session Tuesday evening, and its bus business
iness business was such as to keep the mem members
bers members until after midnight. All mem members
bers members and also the city officials were
in attendance., j -'
Manager Martin read a report
made some days ago by an expert en engineer
gineer engineer who was called in to examine
the recent breaks in the Skinner en engine
gine engine at the electric light plant. An
estimate from the builders of the en engine
gine engine as to the expense of repairs was
also read and after considerable dis discussion
cussion discussion the council r instructed the
manager to have the company's en engineer
gineer engineer come andmake the necessary
repairs to put the. engine in running
order.
Two representatives of a concern
manufacturing street paving material
were present- and pYoposed to cover
our present lime paved streets with
their product at an approximate cost
of 38 cents per square yard. No ac action
tion action was r taken, but the council asked
that more definite information be
furnished, and same. would De taken
up again at some later1 date. ---
Messrs. F. W. Ditto, A. Gerig
and L. T. Izlar" appealed before the
council and asked that the matter of
distribution of the city's fire insur insurance
ance insurance be taken upland that each agen
cy be given its share of this business.
It was decided to place the insurance
on i the basis of licences paid by the
various agencies, and it was appor apportioned
tioned apportioned as followsr Davis "Insurance
Agency and G. S. Scott & Son were
awarded $5000 each; while Messrs.
Ditto, Izlar, Gerig and Harriss were
awarded equal distribution on $97u0.
A letter was read from the DeLa DeLa-Vergne
Vergne DeLa-Vergne engine people stating that
they understood that the oil reclaimer J
was considered : a part of the appar apparatus
atus apparatus when they made their settlement
proposition some weeks ago. The
council however, does not take this
view of the matter, as it was bought
sepaartely from the engine. The clerk
was instructed to sonotify the DeLa DeLa-Vergne
Vergne DeLa-Vergne company. ( ;
s A.; communication from the Postal
Iclegraph company stated that as the
government controlled its wires the
matter of paying taxes oh same
would have to be held up awaiting-
action of the federal officials.
After some discussion about pur purchasing
chasing purchasing a new auto for the fire de
partment it was decided to postpone!
action until a later meeting, and
Messrs. Winer, Goldman and Thomas
were appointed a special committee
to investigate the several propositions
submitted and, report back to. council
for final-action."
The special committee appointed at
last meeting to investigate the propo
sition of F. W., Ditto to sell the city
a certain lot in the fouth ward near
the sewage disposal tanks recom
mended that the city had no need of
the property. Report adopted.
. Alderman Winer 'was appointed a
committee to ascertain the cost of
erecting cement traffic "policemen
at the street intersections and report
at next meeting. It is proposed to
J have these at the street crossings in
the business section, each one to be
mounted with a red light. The present
wooden ones seem to have seen their
best days and some such markers are
very important.
B. H. Sanders .was allowed to re redeem
deem redeem certificates on his Orange ave avenue
nue avenue property on basis suggested by
him if same is attended to at once.
Reports of plumbing inspector and
city health officer were read and both
show splendid conditions throughout
the city. fyv.. ;
Manager Martin was instructed to
put in fire plugs at the girls' indus industrial
trial industrial school east of town at the earli earliest
est earliest possible date." These were order ordered
ed ordered some months ago, and only arrived
a few days ago.
REAL BARGAINS -IN USED CARS
4 Four second hand Fords. Come and
Icok them over. AUTO SALES CO.
. Phone 348. - .'Mack Taylor.
6t Ocala; FL:

HftJDENBURG litlEW

WAS

Erzberger Says It Was the German
High Command that Ordered the
. Request for an Armistice
Weimar Thursday, Feb. 13. (By
the Associated Press.) Mathias Erz Erz-berger,
berger, Erz-berger, of the German armistice com com-m'ssion,
m'ssion, com-m'ssion, told the national assembly
today the entire history of the armis armistice
tice armistice negotiations from the time they
began last fall.. He declared it was
Prince Maximilian who approached
the Entente because of the "iron of
compulsion of the high military com command
mand command for peace," and that it was Von
ILndenburg who. demanded and au authorized
thorized authorized the signing of the first terms.
RANTZAU WILL MAKE THE
RULES
Basel, Feb. 19 The German -armistice
commission-in future will be un under
der under control of the foreign office, ac according
cording according to an unofficial dispatch from
Berlin. Foreign Secretary Brockdorfl'
Rantzau will reserve to himself the
supreme direction of the pour parlers.
The national assembly will be consult consulted
ed consulted on all decisive questions.
EASIER TO CAPTURE THAN PRO PRONOUNCE
NOUNCE PRONOUNCE Basel, Feb. 19. German troops on
the Lithuanian front surprised the
BolsheViki and captured the town of
Murawijezo Saturday, according to a
report received here from Libau.
HOOVER'S VERDICT
ON THE PACKERS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 19. A confiden confidential
tial confidential report made to President Wilson
by Herbert C. Hoover six months ago
on the big meat packers was niatie
public yesterday by the, food adminis administration
tration administration at the direction")f -the presi president
dent president "to "establish the real position of
MC HboVeV and the food administra administration
tion administration on the control of ; the Chicago
packing industries." In recent hear hearings
ings hearings .before congressional committees
witnesses for the live stock men
charged collusion between Mr. Hoover
and the five leading packers.. 7
In the report, in response to a re request
quest request from the president for his views
on the recommendations' of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Trade Commission, Mr. Hoover
said he reaffirmed his -opinion given
nearly a year before that "there is a
growing and dangerous domination of
the nation's foodstuffs," and approved
some of the commission's proposals.
He recommended constructive regula regulation
tion regulation rather than stretching temporary
war powers of "the government, and
expressed the belief that, the domina domination
tion domination of the packers did not necessari necessarily
ly necessarily imply wrong doing on their part,
but was the natural outgrowth "of
various factors which need correc correction."
tion." correction." ;
e Mr. Hoover accepted as economical economically
ly economically sound the Federal Trade Commis Commission's
sion's Commission's recommendation regarding fed federal
eral federal control of animal and, refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator car service, and said stockyards
siiould be "entirely disassociated from
the control of the packers." He con contended,
tended, contended, however, that wrong practices
between buyers and sellers would not
be "corrected by the .government t con controlling
trolling controlling or owning yards.
His own instinct, Mr. Hoover said,
was against federal ownership of the
packers' branch houses and cold stor storage,
age, storage, and warehouse facilities. Going
into aspects of the packing industry
not covered by the trade commission,
he said: '
"If proper abattoirs could be ex
tended near the larger towns, possib possibly
ly possibly with municipal help and the opera operations
tions operations "therein protected from illegiti illegitimate
mate illegitimate competition, I believe they would
not only succeed, but would greatly
stimulate the local production of meat
animals. One effect would be a great
stabilization of prices by a wider
based market than that now, so large largely
ly largely dependent' upon a small group of
buyers."
WORKING AGAINST HOOKWORM
The spirit of the age is not easily
defined but there are some things
happening in Ocala just now that il illustrate
lustrate illustrate one feature at least. The
people and especially innocent chil children,
dren, children, are being given a square deal in
that "they can get free and skillful
treatful for a disease 'which afflicts
from 20 to 30 per cent of them. The
far-reaching evil effects of a disease
in childhood, if allowed to go un unchecked,
checked, unchecked, can not be imagined.
Any one is welcome to see Dr. B. L.
Arms at work at the old restaurant
building just east of the Ocala House.
He will also be glad to talk and ex explain
plain explain anything in his line. 1
The Woman's ClubTcity council and
city board of health are helping the
movement along.
City Board of Health.

POINTDEXTER IS

FULL OF
Narrow-Minded Senator from Wash Wash-ington
ington Wash-ington Spouts Against the
League of 'Nations
(Associated Press)
vv Washington, Feb. 19. In the first
prepared vaddress on the league of na nations
tions nations delivered in the" Senate since the
constitution of the proposed league
was published. Senator Pointdexter
today declared the entrance of the
United States into such a league
would mean the surrender of' Ameri American
can American rights, priviliges and sovereignty,
the abandonment of the Monroe doc doctrine
trine doctrine and a violation of the constitu constitution..
tion.. constitution.. The 'constitution of the league,
hi asserted, is conflicting, indefinite
and uncertain and the machinery it
proposes to set up is "similar to the
soviet government of Russia."
NAVAL MEN IN TROUBLE
f Washington, Feb. 19. The court court-martial
martial court-martial of two naval officers in con connection
nection connection with charges of bribery and
graft in the Third naval district was
ordered today, by Secretary -Daniels!
It was announced that there is" suffic sufficient
ient sufficient evidence, to warrant trials im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Secretary Daniels said at
least two other cases were developing.
No nams have ""been made public.
. ITS A NUISANCE, ANYHOW
Washington, Feb. 19. Bills Jto re repeal
peal repeal the daylight saving law were in introduced
troduced introduced in the House today and re referred
ferred referred to the interstate commerc
cemmittee. .-'..
POM-POM WON FAVOR
IN JACKSONVILLE
The Times-Union of Saturday says:
Pom-Pbm with' its cleverly contriv contrived
ed contrived story and amazingly interesting
characters, very largely in a world
Unknown to the most of us, has
charmed and entertained thousands of
people all Over, the country, since its
sensational run in New York, and
now Jacksonville is getting acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with the merry little actress who
played her part so well according to
the book that she was taken for a
diminutive member of the lower
strata principally1 engaged in coaxing
money from other people's pockets, as
impersonated, and lands in I "durance
vile. Here again the mimic is taken
fcr the genuine and incidentally is
taken into confidence by a bunch of
"regular" rogues who take her to one
of their underground resorts and In Initiate
itiate Initiate her regularly. TJie opportunities
for the unusual have been driotly
seized by the playwright and. the sit situations
uations situations and scenes are highly uncon unconventional
ventional unconventional and immensely amusing.
From the dressing room of the theater
wbere Paulette, the prima donna, is
emerging to make her first appear appearance
ance appearance as Pom-Pom," the pickpocket, she
is mistaken for one of a gang, of
thieves, that had planned to steal her
diamonds. She takes things as they
"come, however, and gets away from
jail and goes to'the cabaret of the
Black Elephant to be. discovered by,
a man who had saved her from jump jumping
ing jumping overboard in -the 'days of her
hard luck.
The opportunities for pretty and
fanciful costuming and a great
amount of pretty music are" many
and all are utilized effectively. The
opening allows for the introduction of
the ballet and a number of well known
characters which are supposed to be
found about a fashionable playhouse.
The scene changing to the prison,
some more picturesque characters are
brought in, and then, at the cabaret
appear the men and women of the
half -world, as best understood from
the story books.
Miss Thayer is almost "always in
right, and generally working and mak making
ing making theaudience applaud or laugh. A
jollier little actress has seldom "ap "appeared
peared "appeared on the. Duval stage and in ad addition
dition addition to her versatility, with and
agility, she is pretty and has a sweet,
well trained voice. 'It would be hard
to say ,who was playing opposite Mbs
Thayer, for she i3 everywhere appar appar-ertly
ertly appar-ertly and always at home, but the
"true love" she finally discovers, lb
the chief of detectives, Bertrand,' and
this role is admirably sustained y
Fred Squires. June Carrell has a good
part and sings nicely, and Will Mc-
Carty is responsible for a greatsdeal
of the laughter. The music of Pom Pom-Pom
Pom Pom-Pom is one of its most attractive
features. The Kiss Me song, often
ht ard, is the love theme, and there are
half aJ dozen others of haunting mel melody
ody melody with a geenrous supply of com comedy
edy comedy arid topical talk-songs. The chor choruses
uses choruses are all clean-cut and bright and
the ensembles full and effective. A
special orchestra is carried by the
company, directed by Joseph Sainton.
Pom-Pom is elaborately staged, as
are all of the Savage productions, and
no minor detail is overlooked, to pro-
vide realism and effect. The several

ill El PAPE

ARE HUG
Nobody, However, So Far Has Asked,
Germany to Join the League
of Nations
Berlin, Tuesday, Feb. 18. (By the
Associated Press.) Tne project for a
league of nations before- the Paris
peace conference evoked sharp criti criti-cfsm
cfsm criti-cfsm in jthe German press generally.
Demands were advanced by some
newspapers that Germany refuse to
have anything to do with such a
league.
HAVE PLENTY TO MOURN FOR
: Weimar, Feb, 19.Telegrams of
protest against signing the new ar armistice
mistice armistice are pouring into the national
prsembly. One from Berlin demands
tnat a period of national mourning be
ordered.
BREAD WASN'T BURNED
,(soci&tcd Press)
Port Arthur, Ontario. FebV 19.
Fire is ragirig here in the world's
largest grain elevator, owned by the
Canadian -Northern railway. More
than five million bushels of grain are
threatened with destruction.
Later -The fire was extinguished
before much harm was done.
SHORT TERM NOTES FOR
THE VICTORY LOAN
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 19. Short term
notes, maturing in from one to five
years, Would be offered in, the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming Victory Liberty loan cam campaign,
paign, campaign, inteid of long, term notes, un under
der under a; tentative agreement reached
yesterday by .the House "ways and
means committee to fix the terms of
the loan by. legislation rather than, to
give Secretary Glass wide discretion discretionary
ary discretionary powers to determine them, as he
hid asked..
r": At : the ( same time. Secretary- Glass,
in a statement-explained that the in intensive
tensive intensive popular campaign would be
conducted as planned regardless of
the terms arranged by Congress and
that it wpuld start not later than
April 21.
: ;
' CARLOAD OF CHALMERS
A carload of two five and one seven seven-passenger,
passenger, seven-passenger, latest model Chalmers
sixes, has arrived over the Coast-Line
railroad from the Detroit factory for
Mr. R. R. Carroll of the Maxwell Maxwell-Chalmers
Chalmers Maxwell-Chalmers Agency at Ocala.
C03IPLnfENTING MRS. KING
.Mrs. Anna Holder was hostess at
Lher Jiomeloh Fort King this afternoon
at bridge, in compliment to Mrs. Fred
King- of Jacksonville. The whole
lower floor was, attractively decorated
with pink roses and spring blossoms.
In the lower hall the guests were
received by their hostess, Mrs. Holder,
assisted by Mrs. E. L. Carney, while
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and Mrs. J. D.
Robertson welcomed them in-the up upper
per upper hall. The five tables were ar arranged
ranged arranged in the spacious living room,
wher the time passed only too quickly
for the players. At the end of sev several
eral several rounds, the guest of .Ijonor was
presented with a beautiful silver al almond
mond almond dish. The fortunate winner of
the highest score received a hand handsome
some handsome sardine server, while the holder
of the lower score was consoled with
a pair of gold hatpins.
The refreshments were, daintily
served in courses consisting of devilea
crabs, with tomato aspic and olives
and cream cheese sandwiches, follow followed
ed followed by tutti f ruiti cream, angel food
and cocoanut cake and coffee.
This is the first of a round of many
Parties given in honor of Mrs. King.
This lovely party will be pelasantly
remembered by her.
'The guests who enjoyed Mrs. Hol Holder's
der's Holder's hospital, besides the honor
truest, Mrs. King, were, -Mrs. Annie
Van Deman, Mrs. Harry Walters,
Mrs. W. ,W. Harriss, Mrs. William
Ifocker, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. Hib Hib-lert
lert Hib-lert Weathers, Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. Norman
Kirk, Miss Berry, Mrs. IL W. Henry,
Mrs. Bowley, Mrs. B. F. Condon, Mrs.
R. P. Johnson, Mrs. Frederick Hocker,
Mrs. C. H. LJoyd, Mrs. Raymond Bul Bul-Ivckf
Ivckf Bul-Ivckf Mrs. S. E. Leigh, Mrs. Carney,
Mrs. IL M. Hampton, Mrs. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, Mrs. R. S. Hall and Mrs. E. A.
Osborne.
scenes are wonderfully contrived to
take away the make-believe idea, and
the people in the audience lJst night
svemed to have forgotten altogether
that it was a show, and their enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm and interest was evidently as
sincere as though the story were from
life, instead of fiction.
, NORRIS Gold Box," the superfine
candy. The Court Pharmacy. 17-eod

EXPECTED TO ARRIVE

SUNDAY EVE
Mr. Wilsoc Will Probably Deliver His
Addxvss to the Beane&tera
Some Time Monday
t Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 19. A wireless
from tne George Wasnipgton today
indicated the snip mgnt arrive at
iiuston bunaay. night, if so, the pres-l-icnt
win probaoiy remain aboard un until
til until Monday morning and deliver an
address in Boston during the day.
BIG STILL FOUND
IN BIRMINGHAM
(Associated Press)
BirmingliAm, Feb. 19. A huge cop copper
per copper still in full operation was confis confiscated
cated confiscated here late yesterday on the sec second
ond second -ilor of the Colias Candy company,-
in the downtown section, and
Nicholas Colias, proprietor of. the--place,
was taken into custody. Mor
than seven hundred gallons ol'Tzzzhi'
and a quantity of whisky in flvs-.:.
gallon jugs .was captured.
Ihe still was operated by itcssa itcssa-generated
generated itcssa-generated in the basement of '.tjrflr
building and revenue officers declared
it was the largest still they had eve
seen.
The new Alabama statute provides
that the bufiding in which the still
was located shall also be confiscated
and the proceeds from its sale divided
among the. offices, the county and
state's law enforcement fund.
POSTERITY WILL HAVE TO
HELP WORK OUT THE PLANS
The following sensible and timely
letter has been sent by Mr. Willis
Hocker of this, city to Senator Flet Fletcher:
cher: Fletcher: ,
Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 14.
Senator D. U. Fletcher,' '..
Washington, D. C.
My dear Senator:. Government reg regulation
ulation regulation of prices must be broadened
and continued for months yet to'ecrt -The
American people should be
t eat the. wheat crop at what it costs
the government. The dumping" cf th,ar -wheat
on the market at low pricta pricta-will
will pricta-will cause tremendous shrinkage ia
the price of corn, meat then every everything;
thing; everything; then with immense stocks cf
mw materials and prodilce"cn hand
tne American people will face an tsx-
mediate and immense loss, and to the
millions thus distressed other millions
will soon be added from the ranks of
labor, which those who-produced thos
stocks of produce will be unable far farther
ther farther to employ.
This government must for a- time,
be run by boards and commissions
with" unlimited powers 'and these
boards should co-operate very closely closely-ei
ei closely-ei every detail. Embargoes should
Le within the easy- range .of their
powers. We might take, a hint fro in
our British friends, that pur own re-
atljustment is of first importance.
Our finances should be handled with
reference to their immediate effect
on trade, business and labor; almost -for
getting the future. Immense cap capital
ital capital is locked up in -heavy stocks of
grain, meat, cotton, etc., and no pros prospect
pect prospect for the early release of this cap capital
ital capital through shipment abroad or nor normal
mal normal use at home.
The prospect 'for foreign consumjK
tu n of our excess products those we'
have and those we. must continue to
produce without interruption in order
to, pay labor 'good wages and pay
taxes, would seem fairly good; but
this is probably to remain only a pros
pect for ironths to come.
Secretary Glass' plans abqut the
Victory loan are good, in that he has
no plans, commits himself to little--
keeps his cards in his hand. Bet in
my view he and every public oCcsr
should remember that there are won
tilings than further inflation. Patriot Patriotism
ism Patriotism and inflation are the only ways
of driving money out in, the open, in
times like there and broadly speak speaking,
ing, speaking, ever.
It has been said that a statesman is
one who can foretell the future re
rnlts of a given present political ac- -tion.
' I like that definition of a states statesman,
man, statesman, a3 most of us are too much influ influenced
enced influenced by the exigences of the present;
but in my opinion the American peo people
ple people and all the peoples of the world
rcust be forgiven in this emergency
if they 1 dnve it to their posterity to
Mlve and overcome in, a bright day,
the evils f inflation.
Yours sincerely,
William Hocjctr.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual general meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Standard Kaolin Com Company
pany Company will be" held at the office of the
company in the Leesburg State Bank
building, Leesburg, Florida, Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, the 12th of March next, at 10 a.
m., for the purpose of electing fle fleers,
ers, fleers, and any other business that xnzy
pioperly be brought before it.
2-1 9-wed XL 'A. Budd, Secretary,



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7 Soldiers from British' Columbia are
gink home :thru the "Panama caanl.
" Since the" war is'lovefess Willard
cri again claim to be a fighting man;
"For, the first time sincethe war be began
gan began the"; Dardanelles are open to 'com 'commerce,
merce, 'commerce, '.v.'.' ":; "W.. v
I
i. tnan in

It is tne .ouiisnevuu more, inan T.net0 -1igriize business enterprises thkt
Eblsheviki who threaten the future j-iiy. -u,.t.i nr, witi,

of America
The mercury chases itself upland

down the tube like a little boy runs tip ful existence. .
stairs and slides back down on the ?' ; r
. -.baiuster.'.-. ;'f "Fair-minded; people1 will 'c6rid6mn
;--VV;,. . ,-.,' . w..- ... v theVcourse-of Senators Borah Point Point--
- Point-- France; was tiie.. greatest sufferer dexter and Vtirdamam in Vefusing to
from the war, and it looks like she accede to the president's request 'to

will be the greatest sufferer from
peace. i
' .ThA RHtish have 3.ROO.00O men in

their army, of which they will keepould be riot only courtesy but com com-(0,000.jn
(0,000.jn com-(0,000.jn service until peace is as- J nori sense to grant fthe president's

sured. The-other 2,600,000 will be
demobilized as fast as possible.
- fSt." Augustine. Is well pleased with
Congressman Clark, who has- been of
special... help in securing an appro appropriation
priation appropriation -for ,a.new postoffice building
foi; that city,. .The present building
has -Jbeen .entirliy too 'small for years.

- ; jauu oiners opposing uKiawana lm-
.-Itiwill be a good thing for America pavement to come to Florida and
if the "Princes Island Conference", make' the: Oklawaha tnp1 with: f, him.

never takes place, Our government ;
has, appointed the notorious Pror.
GJeo. D. Herron, "apostle of free love,"
ore of its representatives to said con conference.
ference. conference. ' .
It is Hiffipult to aliM that less
than a hundred years ago the question

cf educating girls beyond the most'c. Wi a w uiame uiai

ordinary; branches was considered un
necessary and a mere waste of "time.
-iMiami Herald.
Now we are going to the opposite ;
eitreme.
Mathias Erzbere-er j- claims that
Germany helped the tjnited States
from 1862 to Tt is snp ht.i
the Germans were, well paid for any
nvip wiey.gave at mac ume. uesiaes,
it was 'not the Germans of the sixties
tli at plunged Europe and America
into war.

The superintendent and scholars ofjor 13-tf

the1 industrial school desire the Star
to express to the legislature, the gov governor
ernor governor and his cabinet, their apprecia
tion of the handsome and useful auto!
donated to the institution. The super-1
impendent, her assistants and scholars
would be justified- in thanking them themselves
selves themselves for' the car. It has been1 given
to' them because the legislature, offic officials
ials officials and people generally believe that
theyrare doing, their best to make a
model institution of their "school. ;
. ' i
Roger E. Simmons, recently arrivf
ed from Russia on a mission for the
bureau of commerce, told the Senate
committee investigating lawless agi agi-tatipn
tatipn agi-tatipn iri'this country, that if Ameri American
can American and Allied" forces are withdrawn
from : northern; Russia,' the Uolsheviki
would engage in one of the bloodiest
massacres the world had eVer" seen.'
He said the Bolsheviki discouraged,'
and iij 'some eases, even prohibited,
women from being virtuous. Sim
mens' said he was surprised at ihe'de-'
mards being made for the withdraw withdrawal
al withdrawal of tie American 1 forces and told
the 'committee that every time Amer-
itaa ana uiea soiaiers cave ground!
i o i
in nortnern Kussia tne oisheviki had
well supplied, and' they had perform-
ed'grear acts of heroikm, which' yet'

remain to be told.' Full publicity of
tne cast and beliefs of theBolshe theBolshe-viki,
viki, theBolshe-viki, Simmons said, would be sufficient
to kill the idea in the minds of any
American who might have become
sympathetic.
It is surprising that Senator Jones
of Washington is" so badly posted as
to state that the Oklawaha river has
not enough water in it to float boats
without locks and dams. The Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha has been recognized -by the gov government
ernment government as ajnavigable stream ever
since Fort King was built, about nine ninety
ty ninety years ago. The Hart Line has been

running good-sized steamers on it for
fifty years, and there have been, many
other steamer lines on it in that time.
General Grant" came up the. river in
a steamer during his visit to Florida,
and many other notable men have
made' the .same trip. This 5 Senator
Jones' should "know if he was familiar
with J the history of. "America Until
the first railroad reached. Ocala, most
cf the freight for this section came up
the Oklawaha hv steamboats. 'There
are two boat lines doing a passenger
business on the river .now and thou thousands
sands thousands of tourists make the "Oklawa "Oklawaha
ha "Oklawaha trip every season.. Perhaps Sen Senator
ator Senator Jones is misinformed, but it
would Be easy for him to inform him himself
self himself So far as locks and dams are
concerned, the Oklawaha is not a lock
and dam stream. There is plenty of
water in it all it needs is a channel
to guide the water,
Tuesday was the eighth birthday
of the! Ocala National Bank,, and the
bank felt justified in congratulating
itself on its growth. Ocala can join
in the congratulation, .for : the ; bank
ha? been a great help to the town and
county. The bank started eight years
ago in a little corner room, of ,the
Ocala House block, with deposits of a
little over $66,000. Now it has its
own. building; one of the most hand handsome
some handsome and' convenient in the cityand
deposits of over $700,000. .", That is to
say, it has turned its money over ten
times and is turning it ; again.; A
splendid record, and first-lass testi testimony
mony testimony not only to the merit of the
bank but to the business 1 solidity of
our town and county. President
John L.' Edwards and bjs cashier, Mr.
H.' D. Stokes are ideal bankers con-
scientious' and conservative, yet quick
4-AwArirrii9 hit JT-Haob nwlayK.i.ao
jmen in charge and a solid 5 bunch' of
depositors to back them up, the Ocala
National is assdred df a lorn? arid 'use-
suspend "discussion1 on the league ; of
nations until Mr. Wilson can 'make a
verbal explahation to the foreign re-
lations committees of ConETess. It
possipinjy a very laint one, we
hope--tnd "desires to niakenpolitical
capital. Vardaman is a : sorehead,
andvthe entire bunch is lacking both
in patriotism and good manners.'
. Senator Fletcher should. induce
Senators Kenyon, :Smoot; Xenroot
tney would probably cease to oppose
the little appropriation' asked for.
ri One of the arguments the t most
effectual made;' by. the opponents of
vawsna improvement inline senate
13 mat me stream only carried 11,000
AT. A Il J.
tons of height last year. The busi-
tnis argument can be made.
,. : .. ..
t Dispatches this morning, tell of an
attempt to kill : Premier Clemenceau
cf, France. We shouldn't be surprised
at; any; time to learn that an attempt
naa De.en maae to P1CK off .Mr- Wilson.
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Plant a strawberry and : get ,75
J"?8 a quart Tampa Tribune
If you want i-eal foot comfort wear
i a u ueii, oocks.
t or sale only at Little's Shoe Par-
,,Klenzb Creme insures. clean teeth
and healthy gums.. Sold in Ocala only
at Oerig s Drug Store.. tf
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DIRECT FROM OUR FISHING
BOATS TO YOU!
Delicious fresh ;cau? ht Drv
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
: 15 lbs. for $1C0
Special price oa barril lols
The Lenten Season coming,
Fish will be scarce, order now
before prices advance,
TOE ST: GEORGE CO. KC. :
. St George on the Gulf
Apalachicola, Florida
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OCALA, FLORIDA

FELLOWSHIP

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Fellowship, Feb. 18. Mrs. A. S. J.
Wallace of Calvary'is spending a few
days with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. O Stephens, helping to nurse
her grandfather. r ...
We are having some" cool, crisp
weather; fine to make a fellow get out
and hustle. The farmers are certain certainly
ly certainly doing their little bit and will "begin
planting in a very short while.
The Fellowship Red Cross branch
met last Sunday afternoon and reor reorganized
ganized reorganized with a good membership, and
the following officers were elected: H.
I. Shearer, chairman; Harfy McCully,
vice chairman; Miss Fae Beck, secre
tary; Mrs. Z. A. Crumpton. treasurer. 1
We are looking forward to some very
pleasant and interesting meetings of
this branch of the Red Cross.
Mr. 'Claud McCully left last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to accept a' position with the
Irvine Crate and Basket Co. at Irvine.
: Fellowship school closed last Fri
day for lack of attendance. From all
reports no one seemed to take any
interest in the school. There must be
something radically wrong that a
school has to close on account of poor
attendance, "and the woods is full of
children. y
j Miss Margaret Atkinson -made her
debut last Friday evening by giving a
St. Valentine's party. There was a
large crowd in attendance and all had
a fine time., Miss "Atkinson proved
herself a very charming hostess.
- Mr. Carl Roe left last Sunday for
Fort Sill, Okla., where he is station stationed.';
ed.'; stationed.'; His friends wer glad to see him
again and to know he is well and get getting
ting getting along with his work.
CARD PARTY AND DANCE
February 21st, 1911732-1919
!; Under the auspices of 4 the civic
committee of the Ocala "Woman's
Club,Martha Washington and her la ladies'
dies' ladies' will entertain both afternoon and
night' at their residence, the club
hduse, on Friday, February 21st, to
celebrate'' the ; 187th anniversary of
George Washington's birth. In the af
ternoon the' entertainment will be in
ihe nature of a card party,, from 3 to
6 o'clock. Admission,, 25 cents. In
the evening from 8;30 to 12 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. George Washington .will
give a colonial ball and everybody, is
most cordially invited, to attend. It is
optional with the guests whether vthey
ccme ,in costume. Admission to the
dance-will be fifty" cents.
V HAIS: AND 5 SHOULDERS
FOR SALE
; )e have a limited number of hami
and shoulders that "ve will sell for
cash "at 35' per; pound for the hams
and 30c"per pound for the' shoulders,
at our 'factory.
4-tf v Ocala Ice & Packing1 Co.-
' '.0 : "'
REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS
; ? Four second hand Fords. Come and
look' them over. :AUTO SALES1 CO.
f; Phone '348. Mack Taylor.
6t
Ocala." Fla.
AL AND DEPARTURE
' OF TRilNS AT OCALA
,' Seaboard Air Line, Northbound
)"No.;4:! Arrives 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 p.'m.- i
fNo. '16 (Limited) :' Arrives and de de-departs
departs de-departs at 4:07 p:'m.
rr No. 2 :C Arrives 2:50 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. m.
"'"Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
iT'Nol-3: Arrives 3K)6 p. m.' .Departs
3:26" jl rnVr-
yNo. "15' (tiimited): Arrives and de departs
parts departs 5:10 p. m. .
No. 1:" Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 vl. m..
A'tUntic Coast Line 'Slain line)
Northbound
No. 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
m. x. i
-No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2i20 p. m.
"No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
a. m.
AtlanUc Coast Line (Main One)
Southbound
" No. 37: 1 Arrives and departs 3:16
No. 39:' Arrives and 'departs 3:35
P. m. ; v ,'
u No. 9: Arrives and departs 10:13
pl'mV ' ,, ; '-
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South
. .; bouai
No. 151 "(Sunny Jim): For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 7:10 a. m.
No. 35 ( Sunny Jim ) : For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves. 7:40 a. rcu
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 11 :50 a. m. from Wilcox. x
- No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
rvm.
AtJanUc Coat Line Branches, North -4i
"bound
No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
.1:53 p. m.
No 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wfl-
cox,J Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p. m.
Nbl 32' (Sunny Jim): From. Lake Lakeland,"
land," Lakeland," Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, arrives 10:48 p. m.
No. 140: Daily except ( Sunday,
leaves for Wilcox at 4:45 p.m.
Oklawaha Valley
No. .71 (southbound) :Arrives 1 pjn.
No. 72:' (northbound) t Leaves 3:30
"Ladies we' have another shipment
of those r Roxbury Household Rubber
Gloves; sizes 6 to 8,'at fifty cents the
pair. Gerig's Drug Store. tf

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GOOD ROADS OF THE FUTURE
Steps Should Be Taken Immediately
to Provide New Highways and
Keep Them in Condition.
While we have a very considerable
mileape of so-called good roads In this
country. It Is an undoubted fact that
the greater portion are not of a char char-icter
icter char-icter to sustain successfully the heavy
motor truck traffic that Is now appear appearing
ing appearing n them, and which will certainly.
Increase rapidly in the near future.
To meet the new conditions steps
tbould be at once taken to formulate
: ''-'S "iv-
Re-enforced Concrete Culvert.
a systematic plan not only to provide
new roads, adapted to the new traffic,
but to maintain them In operative con condition.
dition. condition. Provision should also be made
for the re-buildlng of much of the older
mileage. What the nature of the con construction
struction construction of .these new reads shall be
Is a matter for the engineers to solve,
but there Is no question but that there,
must be better drainage, better mate material
rial material and very much heavier foundations
than have ordinarily prevailed in the
pnst, especially as with smooth road
surface the speed of these trucks Is
sure to be greatly Increased. England
has had her experience in this matter,
for, what with heavy traffic added to
lack of malatenance, on account of war
necessities, there Is hardly a main road
in the country that Is not utterly'worn
out, although they have been accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to build ; much more heavily
than we have In the United States.
Scientific American.
GUIDE FDR- ROAD ENGINEERS
Office of Public Rosdft and Rural En Engineering
gineering Engineering Makes Public Detfr- f
able Standards. 1
CTrepared by the United States Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture.)
In order to assist in bringing about
a greater uniformity in the highways
of the country an. to aid. the better
roads movement In some states, the
office of public roads and rural en engineering
gineering engineering of the United States depart department
ment department of agriculture has published
standard forms for specifications:
standard methods of testing materials,
standard forms for reporting test re
sults, and standard methods of samp-.
ling materials. The publication of the
standards was made desirable by the.
necessity for co-operative work by the
office and the states in the carrying out
of the federal aid conference partici participated
pated participated In by representatives of, the of-,
lice of" public roads 'and rural en engineering
gineering engineering and of a large number of
the states. They are published as -de-:
partment bulletin No. 555 of the UnIt-
ed States' department of agriculture.
MORE GOOD ROADS REQUIRED
Necessaryto Handle Commerce on Ac-'
count of Inadequate Railroad
Transportation.
Railroad transportation Is Inade Inadequate
quate Inadequate to handle onr commerce. and
good roads most be constructed rap rap-Idly
Idly rap-Idly and comprehensively that track
lines running on regular schedule with
stations and terminal facilities, may
be established to take care of the
Immense productions of the land. Pro Production
duction Production beyond local needs becomes an
economic loss If the things produced
cannot be delivered to the factory, or,!
consumer safely and profitably.
INTERESTED !N GOOD ROADS
Mileage of Gravel and Stone Highways
Increasing Automobile of
Great Assistance.
There Is .widespread and Increasing
interest In good roads In Illinois. The
main traveled highways especially are
wide, well graded and well dragged.
The mileage of gravel and stone roads
Is Increasing, and a good' deal of hard
road of a still more permanent char character
acter character is being built. The advent of
the automobile has done much to make
good road enthusiasts of farmers, and
with their. active Interest the work of
Improvement is progressing rapidly.
Increase Land Values.
Every acre of land lying near good 1
roads Is easily a valuable, available j
asset, while mud-bound land Is un: :
profitable except for the unsociable
man and the sociable hoot owls and
predatory wild animals.
Way to Fatten Steers.
- Fattening steers on grass and cotton-.I
seed cake Is nearly always more profit-
able than graring them without feed.
The use of a small amount of corn In
additldn to the cottonseed cmke has
oroved profitable.

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Homemade all Pork Sausage
Armours Devonshire Farm Sausage
Plantation Style Breakfast Bacon
Cold Boiled Ham, Sliced
Dried Beef, Wafer Sliced
Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour

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Just as are all our other auto sup-.
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plied supplied here is to show ,that you know
what your car or you should have and ;
where to get it at its best and & the
right price. ,
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OCALA EVENING STAB WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1919

DAILY HEALTH TALKS
The Best Way to Treat
Constipation
BY S. C. BABCOCK, M. D.
The medical books name many drugs
that will move the boweb. The drug store
shelves are loaded down with laxatives,
purgatives and -pills. The trouble with
most of them 13 the after-effects. Con Constipated
stipated Constipated people know that pills work all
flight for a little. while, but they soon lose

men enect, and a change has to be made
to something else. The constant taking of
pills results in a form of bowel inactivity
that is difficult to cure. The system be becomes
comes becomes so accustomed to laxative drugs
that the organs just won't work without
them, and so the pill habit becomes as bad
as constipation itself. Dr. Pierce, of Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, N. Y., seems to me to have the right
idea. He says the boweb should first be
gently moved with Pierce's Pleasant Pel Pellets,
lets, Pellets, and in the meantime laxative foods
only should be eaten. Figs, prunes, olive
oil, spinach, bran,' vegetables and fruits are
thoroughly, eat little meat, and be as
active as possible. Now, doesn't that
seem sensible? Pleasant Pellet will start
the bowels working riht: then it is up to
you to keep them right by right eating.
M.ry ricoSaiiv reueis tor bick neaaacae,
coated tongue, biliousness, dizziness, tor torpid
pid torpid liver or to break up a cold. They
are just fine!
. Dr. Pierce's Anodyne Pile Ointment
soothes, cools and heals piles in a most
gratifying way. Perhaps there is no other
remedy for thi3 torturing trouble that
relieves so surely and quickly. Dr. Pierce
believes Anodyne Pile Ointment will over overcome
come overcome any case that can be overcome by
medical treatment Try it right now.
Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets are intended
for people who suffer from kidney dis disorderswhose
orderswhose disorderswhose backs ache and whose
systems are overrun with unc acid. Nearly
everybody has too much uric acid.
Anuric Tablets dissolve uric acid quickly,
. as they are made double strength. ;
Investigations indi indi-X
X indi-X cate seven out of ten
6
J persons absolutely
. need glasses. You may
be one oi the seven. i
Dr. K. J. Weihe. "C
... Eyesight Specialist -;;;
Graduate Optometrist V V-With
With V-With Weihe Co.j Jewelers, OcaUvFlal
HEAVY MEAT EATERS
HAVE SLOW iSDHElfS
Zz hsa exat if yen fel Tzzt&chj cx
hava bladder trcbldTala
glssa of Calti
. No man or woman who eats meat" rern
laxly can make a mistake by flushing tha
kidneys occasionally, says a well-known

authority. Meat forms uric acid which j' .?:?.-.' .-x-',. c '. t c;
., excites the kidneys, they become over- That very clever, actress, Norma
worked from the strain, get sluggish and Talmage, performed to perfection in
fail to filter the waste and poiaons from "The Safety Curtain,"' at the Temple
tte blood, then we get sick. Nearly all st "night. It was an excellent pic
1 ii h .ture. Tomorrow.night. .the .Griffith
nervousness, dimness, sleeplessness ana ,,mLn r,t Tr. nru
ttrirmry disorders ccma -from sluggish vgctnre, The Great Loye, wUPbe on
Idcaeys. r -; j the screen,.,and,?the natnejof its pro
0. The moment you feel a duli echa in tha ucer U'.trecpmmendatttjn enough. fK.
kidneys or your back hurts or if tha ' 1 k
urine is cloudy, cSTensive, full of sedi-The Friendship Wesley JBiblo class
rnent, irregular of passage or attended by will give a silver tea -at the residence
?!il0n vL8 etP eating meat oi Mrs. L, N. Green Thursday aft aft-SdU
SdU aft-SdU :e?ronfany rSarm ? Jf einoon,tfromi4 to 6:30 o'clock. Cakes,
tabkspoonful in a glTwater Ufore fobkies,J candy anb brown breadn
breakfast and in a few days your kidney be. 9n salet for the, benefit pf the Sun-
' will act fine.' This famous salts is mada day school building fund. Everybody
from the acid of grapes and lemon juiceu is cordially invited; v, 2t r

wiiwiaea wna uuua,. ana nas Deen ttsea
for .generations to flush' and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize the aeida
ia urine so it no longer causes irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Tad S<a IS inTTPTIiv rtd a-n-nnt.
injure: makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active and the blood

eoDlicaUo avoidiBS Kaa .kWaeiin France,' sends good wisheaito all

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vWork for the MIoney than any other
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PHONE

Mrs. E. M. Howard is still confined

to her home by sickness.
Mr. and. Mrs. S. F,",Rou of Lowell
are in town today shopping.
xtr '-I '"iv r t.
We are sorry to report .that, Mrs.'
George Rentz and family are victims
cf the flu.
Mr. A. L. Lucas is spending- a few
days in Tampa. ;
At the meeting of Tulula Lodge last
night, Mr. W A.' Penland took the
il: i i xi i "J iU.i j.t..A

r.".,V"ti'riy at the Methodist church

Fellows.
Mrs. J.. A. Jordan and her nephew.
Master Joseph Webb, Of Murfrees Murfrees-Loro,
Loro, Murfrees-Loro, -Tenn., are spending the winter
with Mrs. R. L. Martin at Lake Weir,
having arrived the first of January.
An new- shipment of -, Dr. Edison's
Cushion Sole; and, fMEzall"vAtch Pro Protecting
tecting Protecting Shoes for, ladies just received
at the Little Shoe Parlor. 7-tf
Miss Sarah 'Pearl "Martin" is antic anticipating
ipating anticipating a "pleasant" week-end' in
Gainesville., tSJie. goes; Friday .epec .epec-ially
ially .epec-ially to attend a dance.
' Mrs, Mamie 4 Fox 1 End 'nephew,
Frank 'DittbJr.; left' yesterday for a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox at
St. Petersburg. They expect, to visit
the Tampa 1 fair before returning
home. ;'.;' 7-k...'
; j The llhio Bible: study 4lass of .the
second ward meets with Mrs. E. Van
Hood Friday at p. m.' Study will con conclude,
clude, conclude, the -seighth ; chapter of Romans,
from 27th verse. All lovers of Bible
study cordially mvited. i
.''"Mil Max .WiisoV at;.tf,Antlriionop-
oly,' has received a-letter fr6m"Schell
refver, who "was with thatT popular
'drugstore" a' year ago 'pt more, but is
now doinx his bit in France. Mr.
Carver is well and sends good wishes
to his friends..
It "you feel your bones aching get a
box of Rexal Cold Tablets at Gerig's
Drug Store. It : may prevent your
having ?flu." tf
A letter fromMrs A." J. Beck' an
.nounce? ithat the 'party, of which she
was a memDer .maqe ineinp nome xo
Fort Lauderdale safel and i:: good
time last,; Thursday. -Th6y inae the
350-mile run in. seventeen days, which
beats anything the railroads can do.
.A new and absolutely, complete line
of Dr. Scholl's foot comfort appli appliances
ances appliances now ready,; M. Ml' Little; Prac-
tipedist, at Little's Shoe PaxiPr, Com
mercial Bank building.
7-tf
" r" :
'Samu-ei C; HickeVr,with the! 318th
'snnnW pnmnanv.' Wold Artillorv. now
and wants to return home as soon as
his work is over. Sam andthia com
pany went to France thru r England. A
few weeks after -reaching France, he
was assailed with the flu. and. laid up
in a hospital,, but is all right now. He
sees J. G. Parrfsh quite often and re reports
ports reports him well and cheerful. We will
be glad when,' both' these clever young
men" come marching home. v
Don't forget to get our-prices on
wax and green bean seed, garden peas
and all other seed. Ocala Seed Store
Ocala, Fla. v tf
llvs. S). 'E.,Mctye r is rejoicing 'over
several letters received from her sol sol-aier
aier sol-aier brother t Lieut. Hugo Mcintosh.
Since he 'went over last. summer,
Lieut. Mcintosh has been in "the thick
of it he. was in the fighting while it
lasted, and has been hard at work ever
since. His last letter, dated Jan. 21,
says he hasn't been sick a day. ; He
was congratulating- himself at the
time that .the ground was frozen
hard, which sounds-queer to a Flor Flor-idian,
idian, Flor-idian, but any of us who' have pulled
thru the mud of a northern state can
understand him. T Lieut, Mcintosh is
located at St. vBroing, about sixty-six
miles south of Chaumont, and as he
is with a regular army division he ex expects
pects expects to be among the "last' to come
home. He rather thinks" his; division
will be sent to Germany to relieve
some of the troops now tnere. Lieut.
Mcintosh is wearing a wound stripe
he says his wound wasn't severe
enough to make "him stop, but when
the fight was over the surgeon insist insisted
ed insisted on bandaging him and reporting

him as wounded. Early last month, jWANTED--All kinds of second hand
he had a little vacation, which he uti- furniture, ""guns, beds, etc. Notify
!isedintak'frig'a trip to the famous 'ne and I will send for them. J. W.
eld city of! Lyons Everybody in Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
Ocala will be glad .to hear good news!, : :
of "Hugo," who was one of our' best ; iVy ja'box of Johnston's "Operetta"
boys', and is Naturally making "one of 'Chocolate i Creams. You will like them,
our best soldiers. I The Court Pharmacy. 17-eod

Among the out of town visitors
yesterday at the public library was
MlsaHuth Marion of New York city.
Miss Marion is doing newspaper work

' in New Orleans and came to Ocala
especially to take the river trip to
Palatka.
-Mr. W. W. Clyatt, on account of an
indisposition, is at home for an en
forced; vacation, which we trust will
. oe f
be of short duration, as he is too busy
a man to be absent from his office.
NORRIS tTrophy Box" of
lates and confections. The
Pharmacy.
choco choco-Court
Court choco-Court 17-eod
cRev. E. H. Rawlings, D. D., of
Nashville, Tenn., will make a centen
tonight at 7:30. Every one invited.
- Mr. Joseph Needham is combining
pleasure with business in Tampa this
week.
a W. K, Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
On account of Mr. Frederick Hock Hock-cr's
cr's Hock-cr's accident, Mrs. Hocker was oblig obliged
ed obliged to suspend her. kindergarten for
this "week.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-.
. SIM-. ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE-Pecan trees with roots
that'will grow. Nursery at Monticello,
FI4. Several choice paper shell varie varieties.
ties. varieties. Trees dug the day they are ship shipped.
ped. shipped. Write (for prices to George D.
Tait, Monticello, Florida. Agents
wanted. 19-2t
:
lFOR SALE Overland car in gooa
conditon. Information call at residence
409 Oklawaha Ave. 19-2t
WANTED -To buy a first class
young mare or mare mule for farm
work. State .best cash pricel Address
H..V L, Wagner, general delivery,
Ocala, Fla. r 18-2t
bRSALEpne Ford touring car,
thorpughly overhauled; new tires, new
seat covers, 'new top; re-paitned. Eve Everything
rything Everything in first class condition. Price,
$450; Ocala Iron Works', Ocala. 17-6t
COW IX)ST A small red half Jersey,
now being milked; has short chair
around horns. No marks or brand,
strayed from North Ocala Saturday
morning, Feb. 15th. A reasonable re reward
ward reward will be paid for her return to
J.' J. Sanders at union station or phone
37Q.;., : : i7-3t
FOlt:-SALE--Used Salt. We have sev sev-erjei,
erjei, sev-erjei, Itbhs of salt that we have used
for" curing 'meat that we will sell for
50c'. per 100 lbs. f. o. b. Ocala. Ocala
Ice & Packing Co. 2-15-5t
f'QR RENT -On Orange avenue,- a
Practically new house., five- larcre
jropms with modern improvements;
large garden and nice garage. For in information,
formation, information, telephone 39 or 212, Or-angeavenue...-
2-14-6t
.FORSAjUE One used 1917, model
Maxwell touring car.. Run less than
5000 'miles, A-l mechanical condition.
No 'terms! Must be cash. Hurry if you
want it'.; Call or write .the Maxwell
Repair Shop, L. E. Yonce, Ocala. 13-6t
WANTED -A medium sized residence
with, garden and place for chickens.
Vould prefer one not too close to the
business section of town. Apply to
Box lecity. 13-6t
FORD FOR SALE A first class
Ford touring car for sale cheap. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Maxwell Agency or L. E.
Yonce. 13-6t
OR "RENT House rent, with gar garden
den garden spot free to married couple, with
automobile. For further information,
phone 260. 12-6t
:
FORr SALECarpenter's tools and
farming tools, plows, harness, etc.;
also, two iron beds. All are in good
condition and will be sold cheap for
cash. Apply to George Duria at mar market
ket market "next, to Catholic church, 326 N.
Magnolia' St. 12-6t
LQST A, pair of gold rim spectacles
In black case marked Weihe "Y." Lost
either in city or on Silver Springs
roadV Reward to finder. Notify the
Suit; office. 17-3 1
FOR; SALE One large mare ten
years" "old; one male colt 31 months
old; one 'female colt 8 months old.
May be. seen at Kendrick station- Will
take part pay in peanuts if desired. D.
Chisena, Kendrick, Fla. ll-12t
WANTED We offer one individual
representative, or any ladies' aid, mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, church or woman's club, in
'.each town, exclusively, a conservative,
dignified, permanent means of income.
U. S. Carbon Co., Birmingham, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. 20-lm

1

MY LADY INCOGNITO
By MILDRED M. BASTION
right. 15 IS. by McClur Newspaper
bjndicate.)
Jack Perry and Miriam Shelby had
grown up together in the little South Southern
ern Southern Jowo as playmates. On the day
when Jack had been sent North to at attend
tend attend school,, and later 'college. It ha.d
been a sad and to-be-remembered
pafting. For carving their Initials on
a tree In the "old garden where they
had spent so many happy hours, Jack
made a solemnprouiIse to, some day
In the near future, return and marry
Miriam. Neither ever forgot that
promise.
In New York, several years later.
Jack Perry graduated from college
with honors, and therein began his ca career,
reer, career, from which social affairs were
not barred. While a guest at a week weekend
end weekend party he met the Only Girl. She
was a young and beautiful actress of
Southern birth, who had recently come
North seeking fame and fortune. She
Immediately acquired both. As soon as
Jack saw her he fell In love with her.
But not once did he forget his prom promise
ise promise to Miriam, whom he had not seen
vincH his sad parting with her, and of
whom he remembered nothing except
that she had always been a pretty,
agreeable child. Then came one day
whep he asked vivacious little Marion
Stevens, the actress, to become his
wife, nnd she accepted. A little later
in a happy hurt of confidence he' told
ber of his mart promise to his child childhood
hood childhood sweethoarr. Rut he hastened to
explain that said promise could not in
any way bind him to Miriam, and that
he culd easily fix it up with her and
she would understand it all perfectly.
He gave a self-assured laugh as he
said tills last. But Miss Stevens' pret pretty
ty pretty face darkened with displeasure as
she listened to Jack. Then she pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to give him her candid opinion
of his actions, which opinion was in indeed
deed indeed unflattering.
She finished her scolding' by telling
him to go back immediately to the
girl to whom he had given first choice
of his heart: Jack remonstrated, but
she refused to listen and at last he
grumbllngly obeyed.
Thus' It was that a week later found
Jack en route for the South, Miss
Stevens having left for parts unknown
a few days before. Manlike, he tried
to comfort himself by the thor.ght that
Miriam, his first choice, might 'still' be
very attractive, and might not regret
that choice. But somehow he could
not rid himself of the picture of Mar Mar-Ion.
Ion. Mar-Ion. Stevens with her wealth of golden
hair and her large blue eyes. That be bewitching
witching bewitching picture continued to linger
in his young heart. It was with a sigh
that he descended at length to the
platform of the dusty little station m
his home town and looked about for
Miriam and some sort of conveyance.
He expected to see a graceful, flower
like creature glide out Into the sun-
shine to greet him. He gave a start
of surprise when he saw Instead the
stately old two-horse carriage, driren
by an old darkey. On the back seat
of the conveyance he saw a small,
prim, old-fashioned girl. She wore a
plain gray dress and her shoes were
broad of toe and low of heell On the
top of her yellow hair, which was
parted in the middle and drawn tight tightly'
ly' tightly' back from her forhead In one long,
yellow braid was perched a small, lu ludicrous
dicrous ludicrous hat. Her features, especially
her eyes, were disfigured by large dark
glasses. Instinctively Jack knw this
was Miriam, and his heart sank.
One day, thinking to draw herout
of her shell of cold reserve. Jack of offered
fered offered to take Miriam for a ride In the
one automobile that the town pos possessed.
sessed. possessed. They were speeding along out-
Bide of the town 'when Jack, for tbe
nrsr time neara ms companion in-
dulge in a long, silvery laugh. Startled,.
he looked at her, meanwhile forgetting
to steer In his surprise. He drove the
car straight into the foot of a tree, they
Impact knocking them both' from the
car, badly shaken but unhurt. Jack re regained
gained regained his feet first and crossed to his
companion to help her but she. ws
safe and sound; In fact, she was sit
ting on the ground, her body shaking
with uncontrollable laughter. Jack
Bimply stared at the change that had J
taken place in her, for her disfiguring I
.glasses had fallen off, showing her
frank blue eves to an advantage, ana
her loosened hair had fallen about her
shoulders In a cascade of golden rip ripples.
ples. ripples. Jack recognized In Miriam the
girl who was known In New York as
Marlon Stevens, and cried out her
name. But the girl on the ground
shook her pretty head, saying: No;
here Tm Just plain Miriam. Shelby, al although
though although I was known by that other
name up North. You see," she. paid,
rising and coming toward him. when
I-was of age, I attended a school of
dramatic art, and later, with a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of past successes In back
of me, I started out seeking more
fame, and I met you. I recognized: yon
Immediately, though you didn't remem remember
ber remember me, I guess. When I heard your
version of your proailse to poor delud deluded
ed deluded me, and how confidently you ex expected
pected expected everything to turn out for your
own benefit, and thought all could be
easily fixed up with MIr!am,and that 1
you would enjoy yourself here and
then return to your 'Marion.' I deter determined
mined determined to use my art In teaching you a
lesson, by upsetting your self-confident
state of mind for the time being. So.
here I am," she finished.
Well, you certainly turned the trick
of frightening le somewhat," Jack
grinned with a sigh of relief as be
took Miriam In his arms.
Their silence on the return trip that
afternoon va not,' as before, one of j
cold reserve. j

Report of the Finances of Mar Marion
ion Marion County for the Period
Ending Sept. 30, 1918.
The following: report of" the receits and disbursements of the Funds of
MARION COUNTY for the period ending: September 30th, 1918, with the
balances and amount of warrants outstanding: and a statement of the Assets
and Liabilities and the value of Com ly property of the said Marion County
as reported on the 30th day of September. 1918. by the Clerk of the Circuit
Court and the Board of County Commissioners is hereby published under
the provisions of Chapter 6813. Laws of Florida, Aits of 1915.

GENERAL
Depository Balance April 1, 1918 ...
Outstanding Warrants April 1, 1918.
Net Deficit pril L 1918
Receipts for the Six Months:
From Tax Collector Taxes
Comptroller Tax Redemptions
Comptroller Railroad Tax
Clerk Candidates Filing Fee
. Banks-Interest on Deposits
Transfer from Outstanding- Indebt.
"W". D. Carn Expense keeping State
Leaving Deficit

Disbursements for the Six Months:
Salary Clerk Circuit Court as County Audits
and Clerk to County Commrs
Per Diem and Mileage of Commrs
Salaries of Other Officers and Employees:
Attorney for County Commrs
Supervisor of Registration s

Repairs to County Buildings:
Court House
Furniture and Fixtures for:
Court House
Expenses of County Buildings: .
Janitors and othei Attendants
Light, 'Fuel and Water
Insurance
9 Care of County Poor:
. Allowance made to paupers outside

Houses and paid by warrants
.Coroner's Inquests:
Fees of Officers, Jurors and Witnesses
Insanity Inquiries:
Fees of -Officers and Committees...'.
! StationeryandPrinting:
General Stationery. Blanks, etc
Record Books
Advertising 'required by law and paid
county ..
Commissions Paid to Officers:
Tax Assessor
Tax Collector
Postage ..t
SherinY General Court work
Expenses Primary. Election
Hospital Account
Contingencies .

Making Deficit
Warrants Nos. 6089, 6602 and 6162
by Board
Dr.
."Net TUeflcIt Sept. 30.; 1918. .,
Warrants Outstanding Sept.
30

Depository Balance Sept. 30, 1918..'

-FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND

4.
Depository -Balance April 1, 1918. ......
Outstanding Warrants April 1, 1918 ..
Net .Balance April 1, 1918,...
Receiots for the Six Months:
From iTax. Collector Taxes
Comptroller1 Tax Redemptions .
' Sheriff rFlnea
Justice of Peace Fines "..
Board of County Commrs. Balance
wannee County
Making Balance

Disbursements for the Six Months:
Cost of Criminal Prosecution:
- t Sheriff and Deputies Cst Crlm C
Constables, Cst Ble. Crlm Cs
Clerk Circuit Court Cst Ble Crin Cs
. County Judge Cst Bis Crim Cs.....
Justice of Peace
County Prosecuting Atty. Conviction Fees ..
Witness Fees
Sheriff's Comm. on Fines, etc Coll. ....
Feeding Prisoners ....
Transportation paid for and discharge money
paid to convicts on roads :
Pay of Juror in Crlm cases, Coutty and Jus Justice
tice Justice Peace Courts '.
Salary Judge Juvenile Court .i..
"Contingencies ..

. Leaving Balance? ...i....
Cr. Transfer to Road Fund
taking Deficit ..
'D warrants No. 6032
6033, 6034 and
celled by Board
Net Deficit Sept. 30th, 1918
Warrants Outstanding Sept. 30th,
Depository Balance Sept. 30th 19
ROAD
Depository Balance April L 191$ ..
Warrants Outstanding April 1, 1918
-vNet Deficit-April 1. 1918 ....
RceipU for th Six Months:
;From Tax coiiector-"-j.axes
Comptroller Tax "Redemptions

Clerk Sale' of old lumber
Transfers
Leaving Deficit
Disbursements for the Six Months:
Supervision: k
Salaries of Road Supts and OveTSfers .... ..
Paid to County Commrs. for Rod Inspect n..
Const'n and Maintenance Roads nd Bridget!
Cost of material
Dynamite, Fuses, etc
Gasoline, oil. etc
Tools and Machinery., cost and repairs
Live stock, cost, care and feeding..
" Paid for free lalr other than guards
Pay of Convict Guards """
Feeding and care of Convicts on roads .f. ..
Hire of .Convicts
Payment on RoadsTbuIlt by contract .... ....
Bridge Tenders and Ferrymen.
Paint and repairs to bridges

Contingencies
- Making Deficit
Dr. Warrants No. 4124, 6750, 7380. 73S1
. cancelled by. Board

Net Deficit Sept. 30, 191S
Outstanding Warrants Sept. 30 1918
Depository Balance Sept. 30. 191J.f

Peposltory Balance April 1, 1918.....
Warrants Outstanding April 1, 191$.
. Net Balance April 1, 1918....;
Receipts for the Six taenths:
From Tax Collector Taxes
(Concluded on

ERNEST AMOS.

Comptroller.
FUND
LOS 1.05
29.00.12
27JS 31.07
'.
;
....
Fund ....
Prlsonei
5.679.58
327.51
3,112.62
179.51
280.00
130.00
33.00
i
9.747.C2
18.1S3.45
1.155.00
. 578.80
600.00
589.75
420.00
178.89
48.2S
&
630.00
222.31
17.10
of Poor
L936.13
12.00
111.15
ii
176s88
319.73
226.90
. 4
for by
519.72
1.300.9S
141.72
140.15
. 545.85
175.00
66L74
t
10.708.CS
28,891.50
12.89
". 28.878.70
29.782.81
904.18
cancelled
1918 ...
1.418.81
479.49
957.32
....
y 2.058.31
1.290.05
823.52
160.81
6.81
due Su-
4.244.50

5.201.82
321.20
ZUi.
10.94
114.62
3S.86
110.00
29S.05
37. Jl
627.75
50.00
81.65
50.00
300.00 2.072.33

3.229.49
3.450.00
220.51
7.43
6035 can
212.0$
447.16
1918
8.. ..
FUND
22LCS
621.24
63.703.90
63.0S0.6f

19.836.97
12.470.4$
45.00
10.100.00 42,512.45
20,568.21
2.467.42
338.20
220.29
433.06
1.264.47
5.3 8 6.4 1 1-3.048.58
3.048.58 1-3.048.58 10.603.90
513.00
2,865.95
145.73
48.30
789.00
255.43
3.58L78 32,137.62

62,705.8$
6957
. 1027
52.602.16
. 65,238.9a
.... 12,6I5JI
FUND
L623.68
.... None
.... M20.es

and
4 S 7.60
Fourth Pae)



OCALA EVENING STAR, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1919

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A BIRTHDAY PARTY

So unique was the plan of the sur-;
prise party which Mrs. Louis Pillans ;
gave for her grandmother, Mrs.
Thomas Sistrunk, ori Tuesday afternoon-
in honor of her seventy-first
birthday, that Mrs. Sistrunk knew
nothing of it until the guests began
tu arrive, each one bringing gifts
with appropriate verses of good
wishes for many more happy birth birthdays.
days. birthdays. Mrs. Sistrunk is a most lovable
woman, the mother of Mrs. Ferguson,
and makes her home with her grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Mrs". Pillans.
There were vases of lovely jasmine
and baskets of violets about the
house and the big firea in the grate
presented a picture of coziness and
welcome to those invited to be pres present.
ent. present. The party was decidedly inform informal,
al, informal, and each one present tried to do
ell in their power to make the after afternoon
noon afternoon enjoyable. Mrs. George Taylor
ar-d Miss Dixie Pillans sang some of
the old songs that are dear the hearts
of the old and -little Leonora Taylor
sang Several little songs, after which
Cora May Pillans gave us two well
rendered instrumental numbers.
Mrs. Pillans served to her guests
5 hot coffee with whipped cream, and
dJicious home-made cake.
It has been truly said that "happi "happiness
ness "happiness consists in doing for others,"
and if we would all be more thought-
' ful of those who are nearing the end
cf life's journey there would be more
happiness in this life for all of us.
Those present to enjoy the after afternoon
noon afternoon with Mrs. Sistrunk and Mrs.
. Pillans were Mrs. Blalock, Mrs. Carl Carlton,
ton, Carlton, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Izlar, Miss
Lftlia Dozier, Mrs. Winer, Mrs. Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, Mrs. Luffman, Miss Dixie Pil Pillans,
lans, Pillans, Mrs. George Taylor and little
Misses Mary Luffman, Leonora Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Cora May and Ethel Fair Pillans.
Johnston's "Quintette' Chocolate
Assortment. The Court Pharmacy. 17
E E

We are now ready to offer BEAN SEED,
Wad well and Davis Kidney Wax per bu. $14.
Valentine and other green beans per bu. $13.
"Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Cantaloupe,4
loupe,4 Cantaloupe,4 Cucumber and other seeds.
OCALA SEED STORE

Funeral Directors and Embataiers
We deliver caskets free any where in the county.
'Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR C. SMITH SAM R. PYLES, JR.
UCENS ED EMBALMERS.
Day Phone 10 Night Phones 225 and 423

; I-C-E 2
Real vs. False Economy
At This Time

, Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
' Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may Bulk on you all the
remainder of the season. i
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

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Let Us Demonstrate These To You.

- FLORIDA UTILITIES CO.
gf 4 Harrington Block, Fort King Ave.
' OCALA, FLORIDA.

THE;; ..WINDSOR MOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.

ROBERT ML MEYER,
V'' '. Manager.;"

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS

FOR THE WEEK
Today: "Pom-Pom."
Thursday: "The Great Love," a D.
W. Griffith production.
- Friday: Louise Huff in "The Heart
of Gold."
Saturday: Carmel Myers in "All
Night."
SILVER TEA
TVip FripnHshin WpsIpv Rihle class
of the Methodist church will give a
silver tea at the residence of Mrs.
L. N. Green Thursday afternoon
from 4 to 6:30. Cakes, cookies and
candy will be on sale for the benefit
of the Sunday school building fund.
Everybody cordially invited.
HAMPSHIRES REGISTERED
Florida acclimated, double treated
against cholera, superior blood lines.
Bred to Cherokee Choice No. 44489.
Fourteen sows, three gilts and herd
boar. Cherokee Choice for sale at a
great bargain. Will sell a single indiv-
ual. For prices see Geo. D. Tait, Har
i ington Hall, Ocala, before Feb. 25
or write to him at Monticello, Fla. 2t
SMITH'S PRESSING CLUB
We are no'w nreDared to do all
kinds of cleaning and pressing at the
eld Clayton stand on Oklawaha ave
rue. We make a specialty of ladies'
suits. Will call for and Uejiver work
free to any part of the city. Phone 13.
A.i A. O. SMITH, Prop.
FORD FOR SALE
A first class, Ford touring car for
sale cheap. Apply to the Maxwell
Agency or L. E. Yonce. 13-6t
Use the unclassified ads. It pays.
B iS V.
NO SMOKE I
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
T v" Proprietor.

LATEST LOCALS

The report that Mrs. Van Engelken
was ill was. we are glad to say, erron erroneous.
eous. erroneous. Mr. E. C. McLeod reports a letter
from his son, Cecil, who is now at Le-
Mans, and hopes to be home by July
4th.
Mrs. W. A. Roberts and children,
W. A. junior and Lois, leave tomor
row for Miami, where they will make
their future Jiome. Mr. Roberts has
been in the Magic City fox some time
and is doing well" Ocala regrets los
ing this splendid family and hopes
they may at some time return and
r'.ake their home here again.
You don't have to telephone to find
out when your prescription will be
delivered. We nil them as the doctor
writes them and send them out promt-
ly. Geng's Drug Store. tf
Lieut. Morris Smith, in a letter
dated Jan. 21, at his post in France,
reports himself well and as busy as
fcver. He had just seen Clarence Mef Mef-fc.rt,
fc.rt, Mef-fc.rt, at a baseball game at the quar quarters
ters quarters of another brigade, to which
Lieut. Smith's commanding officer had
taken his entire staff. There must
be mighty good players in the army,
as the game lasted for nine innings
without either' side scoring. Lieut.
Mcffert was also well, and the two
young officers were glad to meet and
exchange a few words about home.
.Another shipment of NORRIS Stick
Candy and Peanut Brittle just in at
The Court Pharmacy. 17-eod
Mrs. Charles Lloyd and Mrs. Har Harvey
vey Harvey Clark entertained at auction this
afternoon at the home of their parr
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris, on
South Third street. The affair was
altogether charming, through very
informal. The guests who enjoyed
the hospitality of the afternoon and
the ever fascinating game of auction
were Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. N. Hick Hickman,
man, Hickman, Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Mrs. Christian
Ax, Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price, Mrs. D. S.
Woodrow, Mrs. A. E. Gerig, Mrs. T.
II. Logan, Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. L. G.
Ketchum, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. F.
T. Schreiber and Mrs. Harry Bor Borland.
land. Borland. The following ladies joined the
players later in the afternoon: Mrs.
Parry, Mrs. Edward Drake, Mrs. Rex
Todd, Mrs. Stephen Jewett and Miss
Conibear.
SOCIAL OCCASIONS
FOR MRS. KING
Mrs. Fred W. King of Jacksonville,
who is visiting Mrs. Annie Van De De-man
man De-man at the Ocala. House, is the guest
of the honor this week at the follow following
ing following parties: v
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 Mrs.
Anna Holder entertained at bridge.
Mrs. Annie Van Deman entertains
Mr. and Mrs. King at "Pom-Pom"
Wednesday evening at the Temple.
Mrs. H..M. Himpton will be hostess
at a boat; party up Silver Springs run
Thursday' morning at 10 o'clock, en entertaining
tertaining entertaining twenty-four friends.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. W. W.
Harriss will entertain at bridge com complimenting
plimenting complimenting Mrs. Van Deman and her
guest, Mrs. King.
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Livingston will entertain, a
few friends informally at three tables
of whist for their visitors. Dr. and
Mrs. Hydrick of Orangeburg, S. C,
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred King of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Friday afternoon Mrs. Van Deman
entertained in honor of Mrs. King and
Mrs. Hydrick.
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. King will be
honor guests at a. hunting party.
HOLIDAY NOTICE
Saturday, Feb. 22nd, 1919, being a
legal holiday (Washington's birth birthday)
day) birthday) in the state of Florida, the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, banks of this city will be
closed for business on that day
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank.
STOP THAT ACHE
Don't worry and complain about a
bad back. -Get rid of that pain and
lameness k Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Many Ocala people have used them
and know how effective they are.
Here's an Ocala case.
Chas. C French, carpenter, 103 N
Sanchez St., says: "I had been hav having
ing having attacks of backache and kidney
trouble for some time. I felt miser miserable
able miserable and run down, but just as soon
as I began using Doan's Kidney Pills,
I got relief. I have relied upon this
medicine ever since and have recom recommended
mended recommended it to others complaining of
their kidneys." (Statement given
June 20, 1914).
On April 16, 1918, Mr. French said:
"I haven't had any symptoms of kid
ney trouble .for v a long time. Doan's
Kidney Pills cured me and I have en
joyed fine health ever since. I gladly
renew the statement I made in 1914."
Price 60c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy eet
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. French had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgs., Buffalo, N. Y Adv. 8
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office buildinaat 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warrawelc6me always
extendi -to -visiting -brothers.
- r ".Joe Poter, N. "G.v
J. D. McCaskill. Secretary.

DON'T BE A TAX DODGER

Internal Revenue Officials Will Make
Things Eas for You if
You are Honest
Washington, Feb. 19. How does
Uncle Sam deal with tax dodgers?
This inquiry, which was prompted by
the severe penalties provided in the
new revenue bill, has brought from
Commissioner Daniel C. Roper a frank
statement as to the internal revenue
bureau's attitude toward those who
attempt to evade taxation.
"Any person who deliberately con conceals
ceals conceals tax liability, or who falsifies a
return in order to reduce or evade
any internal revenue tax, or who de de-HlArately
HlArately de-HlArately abets such concealment or
f j:ud, finds arrayed against him the
entire strength of this bureau press pressing
ing pressing for the full civil and criminal
penalties. That is the attitude toward
the tax-dodger, expressed in one sen sentence.
tence. sentence. Whether he is a moonshiner, a
stealthy trafficker in habit-forming
drugs, a juggler of income figures, a
delinquent in making the sworn re re-tarn
tarn re-tarn the law requires, or a revenue
violator of any other kind, the. bureau
is charged with the duty of hunting
him out and exacting the full punish punishment
ment punishment provided in the law.
"Toward the taxpayer who means
to comply with the internal revenue
laws, fully and honestly, the bureau
extends a helping hand. Co-operation
rvith the taxpayer is our watchword
and objective.
"These two contrasts the teeth of
the law for the tax-dodger and the
vto'ator, and the aid of every lawful
agency for the voluntary taxpayer
rre policies necessary to the adminis administration
tration administration of tax laws under modern
conditions.
"One of the most difficult of the
many problems in tax collecting is to
classify those who fail to fulfil the
obligations imposed by law. The bu bureau
reau bureau is obliged to maintain a large
staff and to use the utmost discretion
in- properly labeling in these cases.
Even-handed justice is a heavy re responsibility,
sponsibility, responsibility, and only through carefol
siftings can delinquents be classified.
"There are thre distinct classes of
delinquency with which we have to
aeal. First, the taxpayer who had
reasonable cause, brought about by
exceptional conditions beyond his con-
tiol; secondly, the fellow who didn't
lock up or didn't realize his obliga
tions; and thirdly, the person who
wilfully evaded compliance with the
law.
"As for the man who shows a reas reasonable
onable reasonable cause within certain lines es established
tablished established by the bureau, no penalties
ere asserted. All other delinquents
are more carefully investigated be before
fore before prosecution is begun. vMany of
these offenses are caused by. ignor ignorance
ance ignorance and negligence. Failure to make
the reports required by law may in
some cases warrant severe penalties,
as where the delinquent continues his
delinquency after being warned of
thti penalty for failure to make re return.
turn. return. However, if the delinquent
takes immediate corrective action, and
it is clearly established through inves investigation
tigation investigation that he did not wilfully vio vio-l.ite
l.ite vio-l.ite the law, the bureau allows him
to compromise his .liability to specific
penalty by tendering a nominal sum
cf money. In such instances the
money is not really in compromise
but assessed to impress the taxpayer
against future violations. x
"But there is no relief, no compro
mise, for the man who wilfully
evades, wilfully neglects, or wilfully
falsifies. He is classed with other
law-breakers in the eyes of the bu
leau, and js vigorously prosecuted in
the courts. No other couse is open to
the bureau, in meeting fairly and
squarely the demands of the willing
taxpayer "I will the other man
must." There is a solemn responsibil
ity thus existing between the honest
taxpayer and the bureau to locate and
punish the dishonest tax-dodger.
"For a decade the drift of federal
taxation has been from the indirect
tax toward direct payment. by each
citizen and resident of his just share
of the cost of the government. Grad Gradually
ually Gradually the circle of, direct taxpayer
has been increased, and under, the
new "revenue law the extension will
include hundreds of thousands who
never before filed declarations with
the government.
"We are therefore now come to an another
other another milestone in national progress.
We approach a new test of the sound soundness
ness soundness of American ideals of a govern government
ment government of, by and for the people. The
test is whether our wonderful victory
of liberty is worth the cost as appor appor-tir
tir appor-tir ned to the 'private pocketbook by
the people's representatives. v,
"It is such a big thing, this collec collection
tion collection of taxes directly from private
funds and business funds, that noth nothing
ing nothing short of our best American co cooperative
operative cooperative effort can make it success
ful and hence just. The bureau seeks
this co-operation of the people in col collecting
lecting collecting the revenues. It has never
been denied or stinted; anything less
than the great, voluntary outpouring
cf shares in the national assessment
is unthinkable.
"And it is such a big thing that the
willing taxpayer must have the guar guarantee
antee guarantee of this bureau that the lag laggards,
gards, laggards, the jugglers and the violators
will not escape taxation, and penalties.
The bureau is fulfilling its part of
this contract with the people this
contract that means so much in the
practical, effective and just adminis administration
tration administration of the internal revenue laws."
Another shipment of Nunnally's,
"The Candy of the South," in today.
We always have it fresh is the .reason
we sell so much of it. Come and et
yours at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

REPORT OF FINANCES OF MARION COUNTY FOR THE PERIOD

ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1918

Comptroller Tax Redemptions.
Making Balance
Disbursements for he Six Months:
Contract "Work
Contingencies
x Leaving Balance
Cr. Transfers
Making Deficit 7
Dr. Surrendered Savings Acct. Book
. checking account Sept. 30. 1918..

. Depository Balance Sept 30. 1918
STATE AID ROAD FUND
Depository Balance April 1, 1918
Receipts for the Six Months:
County Commissioners. State Aid Auto Licenses

Making Balance

Disbursements for the Six Months:
Supervision:
Salaries of Road Supts and Overseers .... ...
Const'n and Maintenance Roads and Bridges:
Cost, of material ; ...
Tools and machinery, cost and repairs
Live stock, cost, .care and' Seeding
' Pay for free labor other than guards "7 .
Pay for Convict. Guards
Feeding and care of Convicts on Roads .. ..
. Payment on account of Roads built by con
tract .
Payments on account of Bridges' built by contract

Net Balance Sept. 30. 1918....

Warrants Outstanding Sept. 30 1918
Depository Balance Sept. 30, 1918..
U. S. APPROPRIATIONS FOR ROAD FUNDS
Depository Bala'nce April 1, 1918 i...
Warrants Outstanding April 1, 1918. ....

Net Balance April 1. 1918
.,..'
Receipts for the Six Months:
From Comptroller Forest Reserve (U
Making Balance

Disbursements for the Six Months: f V J
Supervision:
, Salaries of Road Supts and Overseers
Const'n and Maintenance Roads and Bridges:
Cost of Material
Tools and machinery, cost ana repairs
Live, stock, cost, care and feeding..
Paid for free labor other than guards
Pay of Convict Guards
Feeding and care of Convicts on Roads .
Dynamite Fuses and Caps

Net Balance Sept. 30, 1918 :30
Warrants outstanding Sept. 30,1918 .... 40.19
Depository ""Balance Sept. 30. 1918 .... 40.49
AGRICULTURAL FUND
Depository Balance April 1. 1918 138.30
Warrants outstanding April 1,. 1918. "... None
Net Balance April 1. 1918 138.30
Receipts for the Six Months:
From Tax Collector Taxes 1,372.21
Comptroller Tax Redemptions.... 860.03 2,232.24

Making Balance

Disbursements for the Six Months:
1 Premiums on Agricultural Products
Demonstration Agent
Canning, Club Agent
Contingencies

" Leaving- Balance
- Transfer
Cr.
Net Balance Sept. 30, 1918
Warrants outstanding Sept.. 20. 1918..

Depository Balance Sept. 30, 1918.- ...
OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUND
Depository Balance April 1. 1918 .... .. ..
Warrants outstanding April 1, 1918 ....

Net Balance April 1, 1918
Receipts for. the Six Months:
From Tax Collector Taxes
Comptroller Tax Redemptions....
Comptroller; RR Tax

Making' Balance
Disbursements for the Six Months:
Retire Interest Coupon No. 5
Iveavfng Balance)
Transfers
Cr.-

Depository Balance Sept. 30, 1918.'. ....
BUILDING FUND

Depository Balance April 1, 1918

Warrants outstanding April 1, 1918
No Receipts and Disbursements:
Warranty Outstanding Sept. 20, 1918..
' ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
' Assets
Balance cash In Depositories
U. S. Aid Road Fund Balance
Time Deposits (Road Dist. No. 1) ..

Total

Liabilities
Warrants outstanding
Warrants outstanding or other evidences of Indebt Indebtedness
edness Indebtedness except bonds given for property or morey
borrowed, the payment of which Is aeferred
Overpaid Taxes, current year

Value of County Property
Court House
Jail ..
Other property of County ..." .,

Total

WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER STORAGE

AUTO
TRUCK
SERVICE
Long Distance
Moving

PHONE 235

COLLIER
Progressive business men ax

503.62
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500.00
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505.65
1.623,65"
2.000.00
376.3a"
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623.6:
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1,767.75
1.767.75
113.00
3.50
64.70
412.95
519.S5
59.00
446.66
61.66
84.75
1.766.18
1.57
328.17
337.74
220.54
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180.35
569.09.
749.44
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125.61
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