Weather Forecast: Probably show showers
ers showers tonight and Saturday, except fair
in extreme northwest portion.
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1919.
V0L-2G, iNO. S3
COL. HOUSE TOOK
And During Today's Session Repre Represented
sented Represented America at the Peace
Paris, April 4 Although President
Wilson is confined to his room today
with a cold, the council of four met
in the Paris White House as usual,
and it is understood that necessary
matters will be referred to the sick
room or the conferees Will consult the
president. Col. House took the presi president's
dent's president's place at the council meeting.
ISN'T SERIOUSLY ILL
Washington, April 4. President
Wilson is confined to his bed in Paris!
with a severe cold. Rear Admiral
Grayson, the president's physician,
'sabled Secretary Tumulty today that
the president caught cold yeslerday
and is unable to be about, although
his condition is jot regarded as
Berlin, April 4. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) The Wurtemburg gov government
ernment government has announced the strike in
that section of Germany has suddenly
ccllapsed, according to a Stuttgart
INSPECTOR IN OCALA
Will Help Corporations and Individu-1
pis in Solving Their Income
. Tax Problems
Mr. S. A. Matsler, internal revenue
inspector, under the direction of J.
M. Cathcart, collector of revenue for
Florida, is stopping at the Ocala
- House, and will assist the corpora
tions of Ocala is making out income!
tax returns for the year 1918 and
will assist in solving .any problems
of excess profits and war profits
taxes to those interested. He will
also assist those interested in mak mak-,
, mak-, ing out individual income tax returns.
Inspector, Matsler will remain in
Ocala on official duty for three or
Shady, April 1. Cooler weatheri
prevails and methings frost will fall
tonight which is discouraging to thej
farming people.. However "after
Easter the weather will be warmer,"!
is the happy prediction, so what is not 1
killed outright by that time willj
4. j. grow. Things look a bit serious, tho'j
s aside from the cold weather, there is j
a sickness among the hogs and they
are dying. The disease does not seem!
to be cholera and we are at a loss to
account for it or as to how to treat it.
r The horses, too, seem to be infected.
We passed one of our neighbor's
home Saturday and saw his colt
standing by a clothes line and from
the colt's appearance we thought he
must have been cut on barbed wire.
: Upon closer scrutiny we found that
this mischievous colt had run his head
"''thru a lady's skirt and was wearing
it with an air of ownership. As we
passed on we noticed a pair of trous trousers
ers trousers hanging on the same line and
when later we came back we noticed
that colt, skirt and trousers were
fc5one, so' we presume he had taken
possession of home and farm.
Mr. Sam Redding told us of what
was almost a serious accident which
happened to him one day last week.
Some sudden impulse overcame him
o curry one of his horses, a thing he
declares he does not do every day.
When almost through with his task,
what does this gentle old farm horse
do but raise a foot and kick Mr. Red Redding
ding Redding several feet away; He' was
bruised and sore from the kick and
the fall for 'several days but we are
glad to say nothing serious resulted
from the injuries.
When I tell you that the pests inci-r
dent to pqultry raising are bad here
this year don't begin to think this is
a blue number. Shady has all the
trials of other places, but we just go
ahead and overcome them. Mrs. 5s.
A. Tubbs has recently taken off a
large incubator hatch of. chickens
and quite a few others are going on
raising chicks, turkeys and guineas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips and in in-fant
fant in-fant son were visitors here Sunday
y Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl and four
ittle sons of Edgewood farm visited
friends on Orange avenue Sunday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Mr. James Goin attended the meet meeting
ing meeting of the W. O. W. in Ocala Monday.
Jrni is one of Pedro's study choppers.
Mr. and Mrs. Price of the Eclwards
farm, taking advantage of the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful wTeather Sunday, were out driv driving
ing driving on the avenue, returning by way
of the ever popular boulevard.
Mrs. Dearse s'many friends here
regret to learn that she was not do doing
ing doing so weir last week and hope she
will have a turn for the better and
continue to get well.
BT HER ALL!
Has No Intention of Ever Abandon Abandoning
ing Abandoning France to Onslaught
of the Huns
Paris, April 4. In a statement to
the Petit Parisien, Premier Lloyd
George denies that there is dissen dissension
sion dissension between France and England re regarding
garding regarding the guarantees for France
against Germany. He declares the
understanding between the two gov governments
ernments governments is complete and England is
"ready to make fresh sacrifices, if
necessary, tor secure the peace and in independence
dependence independence of France."
FORTY MINUTES TALK
' ENOUGH FOR FOCH
Spa, April 4. Marshal Foch arriv arrived
ed arrived here yesterday morning and laid
before Mathia Erzberger, head of
the German armistice commission, de-
cisions of the Entente concerning
landing of Polish troops at Danzig.
The conference lasted forty minutes,
after which Erzberger returned to his
train, apparently deeply moved. He
then conferred with German officials.
MUCH MONEY FOR MOONSHINE
Knoxvilie, Tenn., April 4. Prohi Prohibition
bition Prohibition i& making an increase in illicit
distilling in the Appalachian moun mountain
tain mountain territory, according to state statements
ments statements made by a number of Appa Appalachian
lachian Appalachian mountain workers at the final
session of their conference here. The
difficulty of dealing with the situa situation
tion situation was discussed, during which it
was asserted that persons from
towns and cities offer moonshiners
$18 to $25 a gallon for their whisky.
Of special interest to the many
friends of the contracting parties will
be the following:
Mrs. T. F. Burke announces the.
marriage of her daughter 4
Mr. Ernest John Davies
on Wednesday the second of April
nineteen hundred and nineteen
. Mrs. Davies is well known in Ocala
and her many friends will be inter
ested to know of her marriage. Mr,
Davies is. a brother of Mr. Arthur
Davies of our city.
Mr, and Mrs. Davies are expected
to arrive in Ocala this afternoon
from their wedding trip, on the east
coast, where they are traveling in
their car. While in Ocala they will
be the guests for a few days of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Davies.
BOARD OF TRADE
If You Want Information, Call Three-Eight-One
The telephone number of the Board
of Trade is 381. This is the number,
also, for the Marion County Chapter
of the Red Cross, which has a desk in
the Board of Trade room. From riow
un there will always be someone in
the room during the day, after 8:30
in the morning. There will be no dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty about getting in touch with
the secretary of the board, or the Red
Cross officers. Should the secretary
or assistant secretary of the Red
Cross chapter be out, the secretary
of the Board of Trfide wUl Gladly be
of any service that he can in assist assisting
ing assisting the Red Cross."
. If -this telephone is not in your
directory, write it in. The new. tele telephone
phone telephone directory will not be published
INCREASED TELEGRAPH RATES
The postmaster general has estab
lished increased telegraph rates by all
telegraph companies effective at 2 a.
m. April 1st, as follows:
25 and 2 rate incerased to 30 and 2
SO and 2 rate increased to 36 and 2
35 and 2 rate increased to 42 and 2V
40 and 3 rate increased to 48 and 3
50 and 3 rate increased to 60 and 3
60 and 4 rate increased to 72 and 5
75 and 5 rate increased to 90 and 6
100 and 7 rate increased to 120 & S
The rate on njght messages in
creased 20 per cent. Night letters,
50 words,, same rate as 10-word day
messages." Day letter rate one and a
half times night letter rates. This in increase
crease increase made necessary on account of
increased cost of operation.
Jacob's glace fruits. Anti-Monopoly
Bring us your automobile, repair
work and if-we do not satisfy you
vour work will not cost you onef cenny.
Try us on this proposition; Odata Iron
J Works Garage. Phone 4. 13-ti
Bolsheviki Constantly Repulsed by
'Allies, Every Day Renew
London, April 4. The Bolsheviki
delivered an attack on the Archangel
front without artillery preparation
during the last forty-eight hours, but
were beaten off with a fair amount
of losses, according" to news received
here. The allied losses were slight.
The attack occurred at Bolshoia Bolshoia-czera.
czera. Bolshoia-czera. SITUATION UNCHANGED
Archangel, Wednesday, April 3.
(By the Associated Press.) At allied
headquarters this afternoon it was
ieported the situation was unchanged
cn all fronts. The enemy made no
new attacks since being severely re repulsed
pulsed repulsed yesterday, but the artillery on
both sides continues active in the
TWO OFFICERS KILLED
AT SOUTHER FIELD
Americus, Ga., April 4 Lieut.-Col.
Frederick W. Dickman, commanding
officer at Souther Field, and Major
John W. Butts, executive officer, were
killed yesterday afternoon when their
airplane plunged 200 feet in a nose
dive to the ground. Dickman was a
son of Major General Dickman, com commander
mander commander of the Third Army of Occu Occupation
pation Occupation of the Rhine. Butts home was
in Cisco, Texas. Both were gradu graduates
ates graduates of West Point, and each leaves
o widow and one child.
U. D. C. AT LOUISVILLE
( (Associated Press)
Louisville, Ky., April 4. Business
affairs and a number of addresses
comprise today's program of the U.
D. C. convention here. A number of
banners and a loving cup were award awarded
ed awarded last night for the best essays upon
subjects of importance to Confeder Confederate;
ate; Confederate; history. North Carolina for the
second 'consecutive time reecived Mrs.
L. H. Raines' banner, the state presi president,
dent, president, Mrs. Jackson D. Trash, of Ra Ra-leigh,
leigh, Ra-leigh, being, the recipient.
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Seaboard Air Line, Northbound
k. Nof 4: Arrives 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 p. m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives, and de de-departs
departs de-departs at 4:07 p. m.
No. 2: Arrives 2:50 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. m.
Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
No. 3: Arrives 3:06 p. m. Departs
3:26 p. m.
No. 15 (Limited): Arrives and de
parts 5:10 p. m.
No.. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. n. Departs
2:50 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
, No. 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
No. 37: Arrives and departs 3:16
No. 3d: Arrives and departs. 3:35
No. Arrives and departs 10:1,3
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South
No. 15 J (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. m.
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar
rives 11:50 a. m. from Wilcox-
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North
No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
1:53 p. m.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p. m.
No. 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.
4, Oklawaha Valley
No. 71 (southbound): Arrives 1 pan.
No. 72: (northbound) : Leaves 3:20
Fresh BUTTERMILK at the Court
-Peptona is. sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
FILIPINOS WILL BE
President Wilson's Views on that
Subject Accord With Those of
-the American People
Washington, April 4. Members of
the special mission of the Philippine
legislature here seeking immediate
independence for the islands were told
today by Secretary Baker that he
spoke President Wilson's mind when
ho said he believed the time has come
to grant the complete independence
desired by the Philippine people. Mr.
Baker said he believed the mission
would be able to carry home work
that the American people loved liber liberty
ty liberty too dearly to deny it to them.
COMPETITIVE BIDDING WILL
Washington; April 4. Steel for the
navy will continue to be bought on
competitive bidding regardless of the
prices agreed upon by the industrial
board with the steel industry, and
whatever may be the outcome of the
conferences now going on to deter determine
mine determine the future policies of the board.
Acting Secretary Roosevelt said today
this decision was reached after lesral
officers of the department shad ruled
the department was required by law
to secure this material by public ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement of contracts.
it" RAINBOW ACROSS THE AT ATLANTIC
LANTIC ATLANTIC Washington, April 4, Assignment
cf the complete Rainbow division to
early convoy home was announced to today
day today by the war department,
SPANISH QUEEN SICK
Madrid, Thursday, April The
condition of Queen Victoria, who un underwent
derwent underwent a slight operation yesterday,
is satisfactory, according to an an announcement.
MRS. ANNA E. MOWRY
Mrs. Anna E. Mowry died at her
home in Gainesville at 7 o'clock latt
night. The body arrived in Ocala this
morning and was laid to rest in
Greenwood cemetery. Mrs. Mowry
has one daughter to mourn her death,
Mrs. J. C. Balies, and her many
friends sympathize with herein her
great loss. Mrs. Mowry was a kind,
genial Christian woman and by her
many acts of kindness won many
friends who greatly deplore her
death. E. C. Jordan & Company
were in charge of the funeral ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS.
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Madge Kennedy in The
Kingdom of Youth
Saturday; Violet Mersereau in "The
Monday: Viola Dana in The Gold
Tuesday: Marion Davis in "Cecilia
of the Pink Roses."
Wednesday: Gladys Brockwell in
ATTENTION, CLUB MEMBEP,3
The Ocala XVo.man's Club will meet
Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock. pre preceded
ceded preceded "by a board meeting at 8:20.
This is the meeting for the annual
election of officers and all club mem members
bers members are urged to attend.
Mrs. George Taylor,
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
Particulars as to obtaining the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be had hy applying to the
undersigned, JX Niel r erguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
Peptona, the Great Tonic. tf
Fresh BUTTERMTL at the Court
Grapelade Sundat. Anti-Monop
oly Drug Store. 28-6t
The Rey. Frank Fowler from Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, will speak in the First Bap
tist church on Monday next at 7:45
Kelly's Odorless Dye for old and
faded shoes. Little's Shoe Parlor. 6t
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Lav Library Bdlldiag, Ocala,
A nice line of Bathing Caps on sale
at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
Big Italian Transport Struck
Floating Mine and Went to
Paris, April 4. The Italian trans transport
port transport Umbria. with two thousand sol
diers aboard, bound from Venice to
Tripoli, has struck a mine and sunk,
according to advices from Bari, Italy,
quoting a newspaper of that citv.
Several o f those on board were killed
and one hundred injured.
London, April 4. The northern
Caucasus, from the Black Sea to the
Caspian Sea, has been entirely clear
ed of Bolsheviki as a result of the
campaign of the army of General
Denikme in that region during Janu
ary and February, according to an
official report received here. The anti-
Bolshevik leaders' fighting having
ceased, they are forming new forces
of Cossacks and other natives.
CUTTING DOWN THE
ACREAGE OF COTTON
Columbia, S. C, Aprii 4. At a con convention
vention convention of delegates announced as
more than eight hundred from every
county of the state, the report of the
South Carolina Cotton Association on
cotton acreage reduction was read. It
was announced that reports from all
cotton growing states showed an es estimated
timated estimated reduction of thirty-one per
cent for this season over last. Ac According
cording According to these figures Georgia, Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi and Texas each will produce
one-third less cotton this year, and
Florida practically a fourth less.
OCALA FHATEROAL ORDERS
ORDER Or EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'a hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 8 p. m. every sec secondhand
ondhand secondhand fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereign
ereign sovereign are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas, K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets avery Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fallows' hall on the third floor of
the Star ooffice building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Potter, N, G.
J. D. McCaskilL Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. a P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meta
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evening
ning evening In each month.' Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postcGee, east side.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Mo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 8
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co, drugstore. A cordial wel
come to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling. C. C.
Chaa. K. Sage. EL of R. & S.
R. A. U. CHAPTER NO. 13
. Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A, on the first
Friday m every month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H, P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
IL, meets on the first and thira
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock tmtil further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve
nings in each month in the Odd Fel
lows hall at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. W. T. Whitley, N. G.
Eloiie Bouvier, Secretary.
Wrong Inflicted by Prussia on the
Danes in 1864 Will be
Paris, April 4. Danish aspirations
are regarded favorably bv the oeace
conference, the Matin says. The' in indications
dications indications are that Denmark will re recover
cover recover the part of Schleswig-Holstein
she desires. The conference, the
newspaper-adds, has decided to return
to Denmark immediately the natives
of Schleswig-Holstein who served in
the German army and were captured
by the Allies.
AMERICANS SHOULD FOLLOW
Floaters of the Red Flag Incontinent Incontinent-ly
ly Incontinent-ly Put to Flight
Brisbane, Australia, April 4. The
labor newspaper here which praised
the raising of the red flag by-Rus-fian
demonstrators has been menaced
by angry crowds which smashed the
windows of buildincrs. All hotels have
been closed until further notice.
ALLIANCE OF ANARCHISTS
Berlin, via Copenhagen, April 4.
The Bavarian government has begun
negotiations for conclusion of an al alliance
liance alliance with Russia, according to Mu Munich
nich Munich advices.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six lina maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
oc; one montn $3. Payable m ad
FOR SALE Two good Jersey cows.
one coming in soon; also one heifer
1 years old. Fine animals. Address
E. Shnit2ler, Weirsdale, Fla. 4-3t
WANTED The present whereabouts
of Doc Dursse. Communicate with
Mrs. Ollie Dursse, 211 N. Sixth St.,
St. Joe, Mos. 4-6t
LOST Thursday. April 3rd. small
black leather purse, containing small
diamond ring, ladies watch, cameo
Iavalher, etc. Liberal reward for its
return to II. II. Henderson at Ocala
National Bank. 4-Ct
FOR RENT Two' choice rooms for
light housekeeping with gas range.
Apply at 115 Orange avenue or phone
SELFISH No, not at all,but we do
want to take your next suit order. M.
Fishel & Son. 27-thurs
WANTED TO RENT A furnished
house, close in. Call at No. 239 Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue, after 6 p. ml 2-3t
FOR RENT Three-room cottage,
modern. City and rain water. Mrs. E.
C. Dorsey, 18 Hazel street. 13-Ct
DOG LOST A liberal reward will be
paid fcr return of small black ar.d tan
terrier or fice dog,- narrow leather
collar with name of owner on tag
plate. Lost Friday, 3Iarch 28th about
six miles west of Ocala. Nptify
Robert T. Munroe. 31 -tf
BUICKS FOR SALE Two Buick
touring cars; new tires and new tops.
Price 200 each. Auto Sales Co., Mack
FORDS FOR SALE Six second secondhand
hand secondhand Fords at real bargain prices.
Come in and see them. Auto Sales
Company, Mack Taylor. 28-tf
FOR SALE Three young horses,
double wagon, buggy, harness of all
kinds, plows, cultivators and other
farming tools. Apply to William
Geerling, 320 N. Magnolia St., or cor corner
ner corner Blitchton road past the fair
WANTED When you have light,
heavy or long distance hauling, call
the Maxwell Transfer Co., phone 37C.
L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla. 27-m
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to. the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lra
WANTED You to know I repair all
makes of stoves, gas, wood or coal. I
also buy old stoves. Drop me a card
o rcall at 417 N. Magnolia. St. Acme
Stoe Hospital. 20-3t
WON'T BE DENIED
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.
It is the Star's opinion that the city
council has acted wisely in deciding to
use o?l for fuel at the light and water
p.'ant. Under normal conditions, it
will save a great deal of money and
much trouble. It is. a strange thing
that in a country where there is so
much wood that wood costs so much
and is hard to obtain at any price,
but it is nevertheless the fact. If we
do not have any more wars, it will
r.ot be strange if mostr people in the
towns -are using coal for fuel in a
year or two. During the past win winter,,
ter,, winter,, wood sold in' Ocala for about a
dollar a wheelbarrowfull.
The council has invited Mr. R. A.
Burford Jr. of the Burford Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Company of Atlanta td advise it
regarding conditions at the light and
water plant. It is the Star's opinion
that Mr. Burford will give the coun coun-eiljexpert
eiljexpert coun-eiljexpert and disinterested advice on
the subject. Mr. Burford is well
skilled in machinery. For a time
during the war, he was chief engineer
officer of one of the biggest American
transports, a vessel that made a phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal record in carrying troops to
France. He has the interest in his
old home town that gives him a sin sincere
cere sincere desire to help it out of its diffi difficulties
culties difficulties and if his advice is competent competently
ly competently carried out Ocala will be much bet better
ter better off.
Whenever we have a severe cold
spell, the damage is almost always
reported at first greater than it really
is. The frost of Wednesday morning
was no exception. It was reasonable
to suppose at sunrise hat all truck
was killed. A great deal of it was,
but much was untouched and a good
deal only slightly damaged. The
frost, as usual, struck in spots. In
some places it cut everything to the
groundf In others, it did no harm.
The best authorities agree that half
the melons, cantaloupes and cucum cucumbers
bers cucumbers were killed, and 20 to. 25 per
cent of the bean crop. The farmers
went to work replanting at once.
There is yet strong probability of a
good crop, which will go to market
sooner than anything north of us.
It is rather amusing to old-timers
with good memories, to note the
forecasts of and laments about the
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MICKY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
weather. Along about the middle of
February, a large number of people
say that winter is over; Then when
a frost comes along and knocks
things galley west about the last of
March or first of April, they declare
nothing like it ever happened before.
As a matter of fact, there is a severe
frost at that time every two or three
years. Four years ago we had in
March a much more disastrous frost
than the one of April 2nd. From the
middle of March to the middle of
April is the dangerous season of the
year for the farmer the time when
frost is likely to do the most damage.
It is possible that we may have an another
other another frost this season, any time in
the next two weeks. The danger lies
in the fact that when there is a se severe
vere severe cold spell up north, the chill
comes right on thru. There is no big
mountain range or body of warm wa water
ter water between us and the north pole.
The only thing that will head off a
blizzard when it starts south is for a
warm wave to come up from the
south to meet it and change it into
rain. This often happens but not al always.
ways. always. Another thing that should be
noted is that a mild winter in the
north is almost always followed by
one or more spells of severe cold in the
The federal iudere at Louisville.
Ky., who has ruled that the war in
Europe is legally at an end, disagrees
with his own erovernment as well as
those of all other nations. PerhaDS
he is right, but we wouldn't advise
any enlisted man in the army to rely
on his decision sufficiently to start for
home without his discharge.
It is reported from Paris that Pres President
ident President Wilson told the peace conference
that if it didn't hurry up its delib deliberations
erations deliberations he might as well go home.
It's the Star's opinion that all the
presidents and premiers had better go
home and leave the job of making the
peace to Foch. He knows his own
mind, and they don't seem to know
their own or anybody else's.
We heard a competent business
man say recently that all he wanted
of the government was that it would
make a set of laws and then let him
alone. We opine that it is the same
way with the people of western Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. If the diplomats will make any
old peace in a hurry and let the people
have a chance to settle down, they
will in the course of time get together
and settle up. We haven't much
doubt that the great majority of
them especially the soldiers are so
weary of this war that they would
absoolutely refuse to engage in another-
A number t)f people- in both Amer America
ica America and Japan seem hellbent on forc forcing
ing forcing 'both countries into a war. The
leading men of the two governments
should be wise enough to get together
and make an agreement that will
keep both countries out of trouble.
There is blame on both sides. Japa Japanese
nese Japanese 'statesmen ought to know that
America doesn't want any of their
people, except those of the higher
classes over here, and that it makes
Americans angry to hear of Japanese
trying to obtain foothold in Mexico.
On the other hand, America meddls
more than she has any business to in
China, Korea and Manchuria. Our
merchants, missionaries, etc., are just
as distasteful to the Japanese as
their, coolies are to us. There is plenty
of room in the world for both nations,
and as their, people have an instinc instinctive
tive instinctive dislike for each other they should
The Modern Woodmen are holding
a state confab at Ocala. They' chose
Ocala because Christian Ax lives
there. Clearwater Sun.
That's another we hadn't thought
of. They were not Modern. Woodmen,
however, but Woodmen of the World,
an entirely different organiaztion.
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by prepaid parcel post or express
V 15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
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We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, i as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
(By a Lady Contributor)
Vanity, says the Church Visitor, is
an outward fullness of an inward
It's a long way from one man's
brain to another, but in the rapid
transit of modern electrics, the wom women's
en's women's is on the dot. Some men develop
into top-notchers early, others late,
many never. There's just no telling
when a fellow may begin to exercise
unexpected powers. "Stop, look and
listen," is an old adage. Apply it well
before you give men up or before you
give yourself up to disappointments.
Friendships inspired by your pock pock-etbook
etbook pock-etbook are not friendships. Any
friendship that has to be bought, not
necessarily in dollars, but by fawn fawning
ing fawning or flattering or dining or enter entertaining,
taining, entertaining, is not worth the price it is
not worth having. Smiles do not win
the best kind of friends. It is what
is behind the smiles personality and
Did you ever stop to think of the
great concern that is manifest for
people in times of distress? Just let
the cry of a little child be heard, and
see how people respond. They will
drop their money, they will turn from
politics. They will forget all differ differences
ences differences of creed and color and rush to
the aid of the helpless whose cry has
called unto them. The old world is
full of love. Sympathy often comes
the quickest from the most unexpect unexpected
ed unexpected sources, to hear the unspoken lan language
guage language of another's heart.
Are you training your child to have
a brain and heart, or are you letting
it grow up to be a creature of senses ?
There are plenty of comfortable
American homes in which no books
are ever read but the trashiest, no
music is ever heard but the rattle and
bang of ragtime, no pictures worthy
the name," adorn the walls. Viewing
the cheap and insipid day after day,
impresses false standards into the
fluid mjnds of little children, and par parents
ents parents should have a-care to the things
People are always quoting the fam famous
ous famous writer who said the more that
she knew about people, the better she
liked dogs. ; Sometimes the editor of
Bright Bits feels that way too. But
whether there is a good cause for ir
or not, we-are very sure of one thing,
the more we know about dogs, 'the
better we; understand people, espec especially
ially especially if we see them together.
" The 'best, -blessings- of -life; are the
lessons of our own blunders.
Home is the place where self -assertion
finds its freest expression. Near Nearly
ly Nearly every home contains a tyrant, and
the influence of that one tyrant ex expresses
presses expresses itself in all kinds of petty
but far-reaching evils. In- many
homes every member of the family is
self-assertive. There it is that' we
find the most shocking disorder.
There are comparatively few homes
in the world where there is self self-control,
control, self-control, consideration for others, en encouragement
couragement encouragement of those qualities that
make for peace and happiness.
"Oh, Madame S., do you think your
booklet, 'Heart Poems of Silver
Springs' will live after you are
"Can't say'as to that," replied the
little lady, "but," she added, "I wish
they'd let me live while I'm alive."
"Tell me, dearie, on what grounds
does your, father object to me."
"On any grounds within a mile of
our house," sweetly replied Miss
The Boston Transcript says flattery
is a sort of moral peroxide, and turns
many a woman's head.
A wise old sage says, "It takes only
a few minutes to find in? others the
faults we can't discover in ourselves
in a lifetime."
w m m
"I was just thinking,". said Mr.
Norton, "how nice it will be when
Sunday comes' and we can go down to
Delks Bluff, sit on the green bank by
the beautiful river, eat fried chicken
and smell orange blossoms and er -Oh,
get. out! I wish it was Sunday
"Alice, did you tall Uncle Buckner
up this morning and tell him what
hour to be ready for our picnic?"
"Yes, but he w;asn't down."
"But why didn't you call him
"Because he wasn't up."
"Well, listen; you call him up now,
and call him down for not being
down when you called him up."
It was a very sweet and very young
little lady that sat with the editor of
Bright Bits at a popular confection confectionery
ery confectionery parlor Thursday afternoon,
munching away at delicious ice cream
cones prior to going to the matinee
at the Temple theater.
"Oh," says the little girl, "how good
the popcorn smells."
"Yes; which do you like the best,
popcorn or peanuts?"
"Peanuts," she replied, quickly.
"But does your mother approve of
your eating peanuts on the street or
at the theater?".
"Mother: approves. She's got no old
fogy ideas. I can eat peanuts or any-
the federal land banks have for their purpose the furnishing
of capital at a low rate of interest for a long term of years, to sol-
vent farmers of good character, the money 10 be used for con constructive
structive constructive purposes on the property given as security.
closed loans in marion county
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
R. S. Rogers, Secretary.
Ocala National Farm
thing else wherever I want to. (How (However,
ever, (However, we did not buy her the peanuts.)
It's a wise man, says the oldest in inhabitant,
habitant, inhabitant, who knows just now the best
Somebody asked a few days since,
"What has become of the old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned dime novel; one never sees them
any more." We guess not; they've
gone to a dollar and a half.
As a rule the comfortable people
have a delightful humor. In every
day life they find a surprising number
of things to laugh at. Not that they
ridicule. Towards others they never
take the superior attitude. On the
contrary their humor carries no sting.
It is perfectly innocent and creates
no uneasiness in it any one can join.
Often the comfortable people laugh
at themselves. They show that they
feel their own relations to the ab absurdities
surdities absurdities of life and the incongruities
of humanity. They are true philos philosophers.
ophers. philosophers. "Uncle Billy, you've made a won wonderful
derful wonderful success of life, won't you ex explain
plain explain to me the secret of your power?
Nothing ever seems to trouble you,
you wear your, burdens lightly; you
never get in a hurry, you are never
flustrated and always have time to
listen and help other people in trou trouble.
ble. trouble. How do you do it?"
"Why, daughter," replied the kind kindly
ly kindly old dear, with a tender smile, "I
think it may be because I long ago
gave up believing that two and two
"Two and two does make four,
"Maybe so, dearie," he replied with
a gentle pat.
A smile to do good must convey
kindly feeling. There are many kinds
of smiles, and if .you have made a
study of them at all, they are easily
distinguished. There is the smile
that almost terrifies. There is the
smile that expresses ill feeling, in including
cluding including dislike, resentment, suspicion,
cruelty, etc., and the smile that is
puzzling and that sometimes creates
uneasiness. The smile on the face of
the Mona Lisa is of the enigmatical
kind. We all know the truth of
Shakspere's saying, "A person may
smile and smile, and be a billain still."
There is no cold cream that will
keep away the wrinkles, Miss Lady,
so successfully as the milk of human
kindness, says the Boston Transcript.
Efficiency is a great thing. Even a
worm won't turn, if you step on it
right, says the New Ytfrk Telegraph.
Not many months ago, a gentleman
resided in Ocala who was famous in
more ways than one, and particularly
so in his exquisite dressing. He was
the acme of daintiness in all things
pertaining to the very latest in style,
was an exceptionably good looker and
a royal sport, but when in his fishing
togs was almost unrecognizable. The
most strikingly ugly feature of his
entire outfit was the chapeau, an
ugly, faded down and outer that a
glitter rat would have been ashamed
of. But to this disciple of Sir Isaak
that hat was priceless, because it
stuck to his head like glue and shaded
his eyes so comfbiJtably. A young
lady, meeting him one brisk morning,
just as he was in the act of stepping
into the waiting auto of his fishing
"You look a sight. If you will
promise me never, never to wear that
old hat again, IH go right into Wa Waterman's
terman's Waterman's and buy you a new one, out
of my own allowance money, too."
"Gee, whiz!" said the astonished
young man, somewhat taken back for
half a second. "No, miss, I won't
let you do that, but I will tell you
v. hat I will do. I will promise you
nerer to wear this hat again, if you
will promise me to go home and give
your neck one good washing."
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For a few days only, we are authorized to
flive one cane oi lkym al vviiiTJb; SOAP
Free with every purchase of live calces
ICE YSTFAI WHITE
"The Perfect Family Soap"
FOR WASHING CLOTHES: Rub Crystal White on the. wet
garments and let soak for 15 minutes. Then rub lightly if neces necessary
sary necessary to remove the dirty spots. Rinse thoroughly in clear water
and your clothes will be snowy white.
WASH YOUR FLANNELS with Crystal White and they will be
as soft as newit contains NO ROSIN.
Use it in the kitchen and for all kinds of cleaning and see
how much better it does the work and why it is so economical.
Its effect on dishes and glassware are surprising.
V) Made from PURE VEGETABLE OILS contains no Animal
v Pries 7c. per cake. One cake FREE with five.
:f This offer is good for a few days only. Get yours.
1 a i. TEAPOT GROCERY
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 fnll duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
E. C. JOEPAM & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEARSE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR C. SMITH SAM R. PYLES, JR.
Day Phone 10 S'Iht Phones 223 and 423
WHITE STAR LINE
TKAJNSf ILK and STORAItK z&
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, COLLIER BROTHERS
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, APBIL 4,
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following: schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
EH SCHOOL OEPAiMEIIT OCMA OBIRREIICES
2:50 a.m ; Manatee 2:50 am.
( St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonville-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonville-G'ineavllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'nesville 10:13 pm.
2:15 am. St. Pefsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
3:25 pm. Homosaasa
,10:13 pm. Leesburg
4:45 pm. Gainesville
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
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I A la CARTE SERVICE I
. Everything in the market ;
; Best Home Cooking ;
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Phone 272 J
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Z Clarkson Hardware Store.
Efficiency means good
eYes and good eyes
Have your eyes ex
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
NEW FRUIT STAND
J (Next to Anti-Monopoly J
i FANCY FRUITS I
; AND GROCERIES
J All Prices Reduced ;
PO0NE 399 SAVOY CAFE
, Is About Spent
' But in its wake countless thousands
are left listlessj colorless, weak and
emaciated. The physical forts of its
victims have been battered to pieces.
Nature needs assistance in rebuilding
the system. The red corpuscles in the
blood can be restored by taking No.
101 Tonic. This Tonic contains iron
which we all know makes rich blood;
it also contains quinine which drives
out the malarial germs and aids
greatly in the restoration of the hu human
man human system. The magnesia in this
. .o. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the
bowels and rids the system of all
poisonous and refuse matter. Begin
today and take it at least two weeks.
At drug stores.
THE G. El. WILLIAMS CO.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
There are habits good and habits bad,
And habits merry and habits sad.
As a general rule they are easy to
And once we've made them, they're
hard to break.
But every one of us makes a few,
Because it's a natural thing to do;
Some think we've too many burdens
Seme of us grumble too much at a
But the high school would brighten
as ne'er before,
If we got the habit of smiling more.
A FEW DONTS
iciver ss iviackkay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. 305
Bay and Hoean Sts. Jacksonville, Fla.
All railroad ticket offices La building.
center of everytmngv au moaern jiu-
Trfrt iji5 in sverv nar-
ticular. Rates, one person, U to 51.50,
two persons, $2 to $2.50. Bath $1.50, $2;
two Ppie, u pjERCE. Prop.
Wo lmvp a limited suddIv of Velvet
v -f ealo T?P.tr buv now. as
ucaua auj. we.-.
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
From Ins and Outs Bulletin of the
April first was senior day in high
school. During chapel the class en entered
tered entered with class colors "and class
flowers must in evidence, and march marched
ed marched around the assembly hall to the
stirring music furnished by Miss
Porter at the piano and the class in
chorus. After taking their places at
the front, the members of the class
sang several class songs and gave
some good, stirring yells. But the
class lost its nerve when requested to
report to the office and it took several
members of the faculty to entice them
in. Mr. Cassels made a great show
cf severity and finally said he was
going to turn the question of punish punishment
ment punishment over to the juniors. Whereupon
the president of the junior class step stepped
ped stepped out of hiding and presented the
class with invitations to the junior
banquet. The invitations were made
in the form of diplomas, in the class
colors, with the ribbons of the junior
class under the seal. This part of it
was no April fool for the invitations
said April 26th.
Col. Martin delighted the senior
history class with a visit Tuesday
morning. The class has just finished
the civil war period and was much
interested in what Col. Martin told of
his experiences during that time.
Aside from being a representative of
the South's brilliant military leaders,
Col. Martin enjoys the rare distinc
tion of being the only surviving mem member
ber member of the Confederate Congress.
James Melton is training his Ford
to do acrobatic stunts, it seems. At
any rate, Monday afternoon when he
was returning to Citra, he suddenly
found himself lying beside the road.
James says he has purchased a can
cutter to insure his safety if he should
get caught under the car next time.
The noble president of the senior
class has, started early on his 'chosen
( ? ) profession. His "maiden effort"
was successful, for the eighth grade
was remarkably quiet Wednesday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. That's right, Leonard; prac-
lCe makes perfect.
You are cordially invited to the
silver tea to be given at the home of
Lenore Colby next Wednesday aft
ernoon. The young ladies of the
Methodist Sunday school will wel
come you and entertain you from 4
to 6:30 o'clock. Now come, and see
if we don't.
O. H. S. HABITS
Don't tell what you know that is
the privilege of the teachers.
Don t study during music period
Don't bring candy to school: it
makes the teachers hungry.
Don't stand up to recite. People
might think you are ; conspicuous.
Don't study your texts. What are
the teachers engaged for?
Don't recite in class. It takes less
time to say "I. don't know."
Don't pay any attention to Mr.
Cassels when he says to be auiet: he's
Don't smile at the freshies: it eives
them the big head.
Don't praise your teachers:' you'll
be sorry when you've lost your credit.
Don't chew gum so loud that those
about you cannot hear the bell and
therefore be late to class.
There are jokes that make you laugh,
There are jokes that make you groan,
Eut the jokes that seem most' funny
Are the "jokes that are your own.
Why is Marie Mathews like a laun
dry bag? Often found in a laundry
Why doesn't Robert Smith like
Rivers? Because he prefers Brooks.
Why did Ruth Simmons take cook cooking
ing cooking last year ? To learn how to use
And now abideth Callie, Grace and
me, but the greatest of these is
"me." Sarah Dehon.
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mrs. L. W. Ponder returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a visit to friends in Jacksonville.
The county judge issued only six
marriage licenses to white "couples
We now have a complete line of the
famous Seneca Folding Scout Cam Cameras;
eras; Cameras; all sizes; prices from $6 to $15
each.- Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kelly Jr.
and infant son have returned to their
home in Gainesville.
Company A, County Guards, meets
for drill at the army at 8 o'clock
local time this evening.
Kelly's "White-Right-Off" for nu nu-buck
buck nu-buck and canvas shoes. Little's Shoe
Parlor, Commercial Bank block. 18-6t
Miss Sue Moore left today for Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, where she will be the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Eugene Rivers.
The friends of Mrs. F. T. Schreiber
will be sorry to hear that she is
again confined to her bed on account
Remember you get quality service
at quantity price at the Ocala Iron
Works Garage. 13-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield, who have
been spending the winter in Ocala, at
the Florida House, left yesterday for
their home in Kentucky.
Mrs. John Brooks left today for a
two weeks', stay in Savannah, where
she will visit her daughter, Mrs.
Eugene Swindell, nee Miss Nan
Come in and look at the "Seneca"
cameras just received. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. Lyman Clardy, who was call called
ed called to Ocala on account of the severe
illness and death of her father, the
late Mr. W. O. Massey, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for her home in Talladega, Ala.
We are not using any flour substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in our bread, cakes and pies
now. In fact, they are better than
everv Let us serve you. Carter's
News has been received of the
birth of a- son to Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
Meyers, March 20th, at their 'home
in Ambler, Pa. Mrs. Meyers has a
large circle of friends in Ocala and
Marion county who will be interested
to know of this event. Mrs. Meyers
before her marriage was Miss Cecile
Downs. -The young son has been nam named
ed named for his two grandfathers, James
My soldier boy is coming home next
week and I wish to look my best when
we meet. Should I wave my hair?
Yes, that's all right, but why go to
the trouble of taking your hair off and
then have to put it on again. Wave
Who is the first musician to stop
playing and go home? The drummer;
he always beats it.
Miss Sheppard: "After the civil
Far tntJ country iieeueu a grcau uau.
Tom: "Well, I guess I'm too late.
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
Three full houses viewed Mary
Pickford on the Temple screen yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon and "evening, and
her presentation of "A Romance of
the Redwoods" did not disappoint any
who saw it. The picture this eve
ning will be ."The Kingdom of Youth,"
with fascinating Madge Kennedy in
the leading role. The two laugh-
makers, Mutt and Jeff, will also bo
The Ocala Iron Works Garage is at
your service any time night or day.
Your patronage is solicited, no mat
ter how small or how large your job
might be. 13-tf
Naval Recruiting Officer Kilgore is
right back on the job. He has al
ready accepted and sent to Atlanta
for final examination for the able sea
man class Joseph 0. Vining and Ray
mond R. Curington, both of Wild Wild-wood.
wood. Wild-wood. There seems to be considerable
salt air in this section of Florida
climate. It is numerously represented
in the American navy.
Kelly's Chain Lightning Shoe
Cream, an absolutely guaranteed
dressing for white, gray and brown
kid shoes. Little's Shoo Parlor. 18-t
The annual convention of the U. D.
C. is now in session in Louisville, Ky.
The meeting was to have been held
last November, but on account of
th e influenza epidemic in that state,
the health authorities prohibited any
kind of gathering, so it was postpon
ed until the present time. The two
delegates who had been chosen to
represent Dickison Chapter, were
Mrs. E. L. Carney and Mrs. Emily
Green, but owing to circumstances
neither of the ladies were able to at attend
tend attend the convention. Mrs. Amos H.
Norris of Tampa, state president of
the U. D. C, who is so pleasantly re remembered
membered remembered in Ocala, will represent
Dickison chapter and cast its votes.
class: "I don't understand it."
Miss Gray: "Well, it is usually hard
for little children to understand."
An exceptional showing of exquisite new
Dolmans, Coat Suits, Frocks,.
Blouses and Millinery
The new modes for Spring are present presented
ed presented here in all their beauty and originT
al development. Refinement and good
taste characterize displays that are as
distinctive as they are
authentic. The new new-ness
ness new-ness and the extensive extensive-ness
ness extensive-ness of our stocks will
make the selection of
your Easter-wardrobe a most pleasing
Now ;is-the time to make your
selections for the great est
of all DRESS UP DAYS."
Jim, in physics: "Why can't people
get a bottle and make their own
Miss Conibear: "But it takes a lot
of heat and pressure."
I Jim: "Well, I know some people
Elizabeth Hocker, in geometry ; whose breath is strong enough."
Styles and quality of the best and
prices are right
The "Fashion Center
BOU VIER GARAGE 'NOW OPEN
This garage has-again been opened
and is ready to handle any and' all
kinds of automobile repair swork. and
guarantee satisfaction. '. Ernest Slair,
a skilled -mechanic, is in charge, and
invites your, patronage.
J. -A; Bouvier, Owner,
27-6t ..Anthony-Road, Ocala; -Fla.
SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS!
Large supply of -Pyles and Gist's
seed corn best grown Xor.thi '. sec
tion. Also rice, guber and- chnfa coed.
tf OCALA SEED STOHE. t
USED CAR BARGAINS
One 1917 model 4 Overland, "five-
passenger, in a first class condition;
new tires and top. ,PrIce;tl$500.
One 1917 model Maxwell .fire-
passenger car; ;new tires, f perfect
condition and looks it throughout.
One Cadillac, 1913 model five-
passenger car; good tires;; bddy, top
and mechanical condition perfect, ex except
cept except storage battery. : "Priee, $200.
One Ford touring car. early ZlvlB
model: Almost as gtod as new. :-A
bargain at' $450.
1918 model Buick; roadster. Abso Absolutely
lutely Absolutely perfect mechanics! tire, body,
top, .starter and -ignition system. A
The Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,
4-l-6tdly-ltw Ocala Fla.
, We guarantee to 'do your automo automobile
bile automobile repair work 'cheaper than ; ny
other garage In town .and ; guarantee
satisfaction on top of this. What
more need we say?' Oca& Iron "Works
If you want good wood and -your
money's worth, call J. L. 'Snaalc,
phone No. 146. Ssa
Films for all sizes .and makes of
roll cameras. Anti-Monopoly Drug
THE GUARANTEE VULCANIZING PLANT
We Vulcanize CASINGS and INNER TUBES and
Guarantee Every Peace of Work.
SECOND HAND TIRES BOUGHT AND SOLD
JAMES E. ENGESSER, Proprietor
- t (At the Old Ford Garage)
A nice line of Bathing Caps on sale
at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
Fresh BUTTERMILK at the Court
FEES II GARDEN SEEDS
All kinds of FBESH garden seeds
in any quantity. Ocala Seed Store,
phone 435. tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1919
Mrs. Flewellen and party of Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, were shopping in Ocala today.
Fresh BUTTERMILK at the Court
Mrs. L. W. Ponder has returned
from a pleasant trip to Jacksonville,
where shea has been visiting Mrs. R.
O. Connor and Mrs. R. H. Purdom.
Miss Charlotte Davies of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is the guest of her brother, Mr.
Arthur Davies. Miss Davies will re remain
main remain in Ocala two or three weeks.
Kelly's: white "Heel Edge", enamel
for the soles and heels of white shoes.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 18-6t
For the coming Victory Loan Mrs.
B. H. Seymour has been appointed
chairman of the woman's committee,
nr. 1. 1 i a :n 1 i.
iuuie mail usual interest win ue
en by the committees as all who are
on them will be awarded medals
which are to be made from German
helmets. The names of the commit committee
tee committee will appear later.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Where Most Sickness Begins
BY FRANKLIN DUANE, M. D.
It can be said broadly that most human
Ala begin in the stomach and end in the
stomach. Good digestion means good
health, and poor digestion means bad
health. The minute your stomach fails to
properly dispose of the food you eat,
troubles begin to crop out in various forms.
Indigestion and dyspepsia are the com commonest
monest commonest forms, but thin, impure blood,
headaches, backaches, pimples, blotches,
dizziness, belching, coated tongue, weak weakness,
ness, weakness, poor appetite, sleeplessness, coughs,
colds and bronchitis are almost as common,
TLero is but one way to have good health,
and that is to put and keep your stomach
in good order. This is easy to do if you
take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. It is a wonderful tonic and blood
purifier, and is so safe to take, for it is
made of roots and, herbs. Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y., stands behind this standard
medicine, and it is good to know that so
distinguished a physician is proud to have
his name identified with it. When you
take Golden Medical Discovery, you are
getting the benefit of the experience 6f a
doctor whose reputation goes' all around
the earth. Still more, you get a temper temperance
ance temperance medicine that contains not a drop of
alcohol or. narcotic of any kind. Long ago
Dr. Pierce combined certain valuable
vegetable ingredients without the use of
alcohol o that these remedies always
have been strictly temperance medicines.
If piles are torturing you, get and U3e
Pierce's Anodyne Pile Ointment. The
quick relief it gives is hard to believe until
you try it. If constipated, Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets should be. 4 taken while
using Anodyne Pile Ointment. Few in indeed
deed indeed are the cases which these splendid
remedies will not relieve and usually over overcome.
come. overcome. They are so good that nearly
every drug store has them r sale.
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contractor In the city.
SECOND OPENING THIS WEEK
Friday and Saturday
Mr. McClain, an
pert tailor, representing
Isaac Hamberger & Sons
of Baltimore, the oldest and one of the
best tailoring establishments in the
United States, will be at E. T Helven Helven-ston's
ston's Helven-ston's Friday and Saturday of this week
with a most complete and beautiful
line of samples on display ready to
take your measure for a suit Fit,
workmanship, goods, prices and styles
"guaranteed. Let us
E. T. HELVENSTON
A most interesting letter has been
received from Miss Bernice Lysle,
who is doing canteen work in' France'.
Miss Lysle is from Bartow and has
visited in Ocala at the home of Miss
Helen Brown. Miss Lysle is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Randolph-Mason College in
Lynchburg, Va. She is well known
to those who have attended that col college
lege college from here. Miss Lysle and a col college
lege college chum of hers are located in a
Paris canteen. Their canteen has just
been visited and inspected by Gen General
eral General Pershing, who complimented
them on their efficient work and they
are highly elated over his praise and
having shaken hands with the great
Mr. Automobile Owner, look at this:
J Carbon burned out of four cylinders
for $3; six cylinders, $4, at the Ocala
Iron Works Garage. 13-tf
In talking with Mr. Ed Carmichael
in regard to the improvements which
he intends to-make at Silver Springs
for the summer, he said he contem contemplates
plates contemplates clearing off a portion of the
eastern side of the basin, where he
will construct a beach for the mer mermaids
maids mermaids of Ocala to bask on. Also a
fountain has been ordered and is ex expected
pected expected to arrive soon, where refresh refreshing
ing refreshing drinks and ice cream will be serv served
ed served to visitors.
Division headquarters of the A. R.
C. has messages for' the following
person from relatives in alien coun
tries, which it has been impossible to
deliver on account of insufficient ad
dress, namely: Subins Miller, Ocala.
Anyone who can give any information
concerning his whereabouts is re
quested to write immediately to .the
Bureau of Communication, American
Red Cross, Healey Building, Atlanta",
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are acarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
The latest news from the bedside
of Dr. C. W. Lindner of Martin is
that his conditon is criticaj. All hope
of his recovery has been abandoned.
Mrs. T. E. Harris of Augusta, Ga., his
daughter, has been sent for and is ex expected
pected expected to arrive this afternoon. Mrs.
Harris had just-returned home from
Ocala, where he was called on ac
count of the death of her little
Fresh BUTTERMILK at the Court
. Lieut. Ainsworth Seaver and Miss
Eupha MacKenzie King of Dunnellon,
were-married by Rev." John R. Hern-
don at the Presbyterian manse this
afternoon. The bridal party were at
tended by Mrs. W. R. King, mother
of the bride and Miss Myrtle Paye
Jones and-Mr. W. D. White Jr., of
Dunnellon. They left on the Sea
board" for Tampa, where they will
The infant daughter of J. J. Mabry
and wife, well known colored res
idents of Martel, was badly burned
yesterday, and death followed shortly
afterward. The little child caught
fire while playing around the wash
pot in the yard. E. C. Jordan & Co.
sent out a coffin today for "the infant.
experenced and ex-'
make you a suit
Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing- land In the city of Ocala will
be sold at public auction on
MO.DAT THE FIFTH DAT OF MAY, A. D. 101
at the city hall in Ocala, Marion county. Florida, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to pay the amount due for city axes herein set opposite th
same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising.
DESCRIPTION OP LAND
EH block 12 Old Survey
N'H lot 1 block 17 Old Survey
Ixts 2 3 block 17 Old Survey..
Liot 2 block 19 Old Surve
Lot 1 blk 27 Old Purvey
Ita 1 and 2 blk 23 Old Survey
lot 2 blk 28 Old Survey..
SV4 lot 1 block 33 Old Survey..
124 ft square in. nw cor blk 34
Com 74 ft w of ne cor lot 1 blk
35 Old Survey, thence w 38
ft s 51i. ft e 38 ft n 51i ft
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and
s in nw cor blk 46 Old Survey
Oom 30 ft s of ne cor lot 1 "blk
48 Old Survey s 25 ft tv 115 il
ft n 25 ft e 115 H ft
Com 55 ft s of ne cor lot 1 blk
. 48 Old Survey, s 25 ft w 115
ft n 25 ft e 115H ft
Com at nw cor blk 52 Old Sur-
vey e 134 ft s 120 ft .w 15 ft
s 12 ft w 119 ft n 131 ft 1
Com 73 ft n of se cor blk 57 01dt
Survey, w 18 ft n 24 ft w 42 ft
n 3 ft w 29 ft n 29 H ft e
89 Vz ft-s 58 t ft
Lot 10 Holder's sub wV4 blk 57
N .blk 65 Old Survey
Com 56 ft s of nw cor lot 2 blk
64 Old Survey, a 28 ft e 112 ft
n 28 ft w 112 ft -. t
Lot 1 2 3 4 5 Geo F. Williams
sub blk 67 Old Survey
WVi blk 69 Old urvey ......
Blk 72 Old Survey
Com 67 1-3 ft e of sw cor blk 75
Old Survey, e 93 ft n 119 ft-w
93 ft s 119 ft
50 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s
in se cor lot 4 blk 79 and com
at se cor blk 79 Old Survey,
e 26 ft n 112 ft w 26 ft 8 112
All ex 30 ft e and w on e side
lot 3 blk 79 Old Survey
Com 45 ft s of ne cor tolk 13
New Survey South, s 90 ft w
112 ft n 90 ft e 112 ft
Lot 1 blk 14 New Survey South
N ldt 1 blk 18 New Survey
N2 lot 4 blk 19 New Survey
lot 4 blk 19 New Survey
All ex 40 ft e and w on w side
lot 1 blk 23 New Survey South
Lot 1 Snowden'8 sub blk 24 New
Survey South .
Lot 3 Snowden's sub blk 24
New Survey South
Lot 6 Snowden's sub blk 24
New Survey South
Lot 1 blk 25 New Survey South
EVfc lot 1 blk 34 New Survey
NH blk C Dunn's Central Add
Nfe blk K Dunn's Central Add
140 ft n and s on s end blk B
WV4 lot 7 blk D Allred's Add..
Lot 1 blk F Allredd's Add
Lots 11 12 blk Q Allred's Add
SH lot 3 blk J Allred's Add.
Ne lot 2 blk K Allred's Add'
six, f lot 1 blk 2 Allred's
Lots 2 3 4 blk 4 Allred's Add.. 7
Lots 1 2 blk-9 Allred's Add.. 7
Lot 10 Florida Central Land Co
sub lot 1 blk K Allred's Add
92 ft e and w by 105 ft n and s
in nw rw-r lnt 1 .hi k 5 Allred's
Add ... .. 8
Lots 1 2 3 4 blk 6 Allred's Addl 8
nt 5 and 6 Kevmour's sub lot
2 blk Y Allred's Add I 8i
Lots 7 10 Clyatt's sub I 8115
Lots 6 11 12- 13 18 Clyatt's
sub I 8
Lot 17 Clyatt's sub : I 8
Lots 6 7 Palmer's plot 8
Lot 49 ajid n lot- 50- Smith and
Lot 4 and shi lot 50 Smith
and DauKherty's Add
Lot 3 and 49 1-3 ft n and s on
n end lot 2 Reardon s tMiddle
VV4 lot 9 Reardon's Middle-
. town Lots
Com at se cor lot 1 Reardon's
Middlefcown Lots e 69 ft n 162
ft -w 69 ft s 162 ft
Lot 2 Caldwell' Add
Com at ne cor lot 8 Caldwell's
Add, w 140 ft s 112 ft e 140 ft
n 112 ft
Com 25 ft s of nw cor lot 9
Caldwell's Add, e 105 ft s 80
ft w 105 ft n 80 ft
Lot 14 Caldwell's Add
52 ft e and w by 105 ft n and
s in se cor of swVi lot 23
122 ft e and w by 224 ft n and
s on -w; side lot 26 Caldwell's
Com 56 f t e of nw cor lot 27
Caldwell's Add, e 84 ft a 113
ft w 84 ft n 112 ft
Com at sw cor of e lot 28
Caldwell's Add, n 112 ft e 93
ft a 112 ft w 93 ft
Com 210 ft e of sw cor lot 29
Caldwell's Add, e 70 It s 70 It
w 70 ft s 70 ft
Com 70 ft.-.e of sw cor lot 29
Caldwell s Add, e 140 it n iv
ft w 140 ft s 70 ft
32 V ft n and s on a end lot 4
. and all lot 6 Benton's sub lot
34 Caldwell's Add
136 ft e ana W on e.sjde lot 35
90 ft e and w by 100 it n and s
In nw cor lot 36 caiawejis
Sw4 lot 36 Caldwell's Add....
70 ft e and w by 120 ft n and s
in nw cor lot 37 caiaweirs
Add .1 ...
Lot 2 blk 1 Benjamin's sub oiks
40 and 41 Caldwell's Add:...
Lots 11 and-13 and that part
lot 10 lying: n of lot 13 block
2 Benjamms sub ibiocks 40
41 Caldwell's Add
Com 114 H ft e of jiw cor lot 43
Caldwell's Add, e 95 it s 151
ft w 95 ft n 1SL ft
Com at ne cor -block 43 Cald-
-weli's Add. w 195 ft s 231 ft
e 195 ft n 231 ft
Lot 6 Hatcher's sub n lot 45
"BVt lot 50 Caldwell's Add
WH lot 2 Brown ana Harris
sub )ot 53 Caldwell's Add ex ex-oMtt
oMtt ex-oMtt 19H0 ft n and s on s
. end ....... 1 1 1 r I
Lots 2 and 3 Teague's resurvey
lots 54 59. 60 Caldwell's Add
Lot 63 Caldwells Add
Lot 2 Ooklawaha Park
Lots 118 119 Llnwood Park.
Lot 10 Ft. Klnsr Heights ...
Com at intersection of Ft. King
aye ana iuscawnia si, w i
ft n 139 ft W 1U ft, ji 90 ft
e 131 ft s 90 ft e 75 ft s 139 ft
Com at sw intersection Ockla
waha ave and Watula st s 119
ft w 100 ft n 119 ft e 100 ft
Com 100 ft w of sw Intersection
Ocklawaha ave and Watula
st, w 66 ft s 119 ft e 66 ft 3i
Lots 8 16 and w4 lot 9 Stern Stern-bergrer's
bergrer's Stern-bergrer's survey
Com 1444H ft 2i of a -DOint 1492
. ft e of sw cor 8 15'22
n &zi it e 210 ft s 52 h ft w
Com on e side Osceola t 752 ft
n or s My J til5
n 300 ft e to S A L R R sw
-wU-h -R-R to. Henry avenue!
"W to yr-o t -except -trlangrularL
strip 1 ft -on" s line and 60 ftl.
on w line in sw-eor- -J
NAME OF OWNER
J. A. Pittman .,
tC. J. Oliver .....
A. II. Carter ....
N. C. Livingston
A. L, Petty s
S. T. SIstrunk
Unknown .. ..
Ocala Wagon Works
L. C. Smith
F. E. Harris
Mary O. Roberts
Klks Club P. B. O.
Mrs. D. C. Edwards
D. S. Woodrow
George Giles ..
E. E. Converse
J. H. Bonner
J. H. Bonner.
R. L. Carter
Mary E. Woodard
N. EL Havens
L. R. Hampton
A. J. Leaven aood
R. E. Fort .......
Mrs. A. Y. Strunk
A. A. Vandenbrock
D. T. Jeffcoat ..
Sam Hodge ,, ..
J. It. BUcklston
A. B. Savage
E. W. Davis ......
R. L. Lang..
J. H. Spencer
F. E. Harris
P. D. Goodyear
Hrs. Mattle IL Pyles
P. W. Payls .........
J. II. Stephens
E. Van Hood
Mrs. K. If. Brlnkley. ...
D. N. Ferguson .. .. 55 70
W. K. Lane 12 10
C. E. Morris 7 98
S. D. Souter 12 60
F. E. Harris 180S
G. T. LIddon 24 15
W. F. McAteer 31 64
C W. Hunter .. .. .. ... 32 24
S. Benjamin .. .... 6 53
Mrs. 'L. B. McKean ST 91
P. A. Durand 14 (1
E. C. Bennett 24 15
R. L Lang: 9 99
A. A. Winer 23 55
E. E. Robinson 47 55
Mrs. M. J. Roess 87 38
E. IL Mote 29 33
Mrs. Sue Hl-ckson 68 20
D. S. Welcn ... : 17 78
Gertrude IT. Needham ... S 54
Mrs. Leila McDowell .... 139 91
F. B. Turner 29 93
J. H. Spencer 12 90
J. H. Bonner 06
Sam Hodge 4 82
n.- A". Weky: 8 03
Stephen Hodge .. 7 98
DESCRIPTION OF LAND
66 i ft T
Lot e of and adjoining' block 72
Old Survey except 104 ft n
and s by 57 It e and w In se
Lot 25 Magnolia Place
Lot 26 .Magnolia Place
Lots 39 and 40 Magnolia Place
Lots 50 51 Magnolia Place
Lots 68 69 Magnolia Place ..
Lot 6 block 1 Palmetto Park..
Lot 1 block 5 Palmetto Park..
Lots 2 3 block 5 Palmetto Park
348 ft-n and s on a end lot O
lot P and 6 acres on e end lot
Q or G Caldwell's Add
Com at a point 1037 ft n and
210 e of sw cor of neU
n 420 ft e 476 ft a 420 ft w 476
50 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s
In sw cor lot 84 Gary's Add
97i ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s In ne cor lot 85 Gary's Add
79 ft e and w by 115 ft n and
s In w cor lot 86 Gary's Add
40 ft e and w by 115H ft n and
a in se cor lat 86 Gary's Add
Com 13 ft w'of ne cor lot 88
Gary's Add. .w 45 ft a 112 ft e
45 ft n 112 ft
40 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in nw cor lot 89 Gary's Add
70 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in ne cor lot 92 Gary's Add
Com 135 ft w of se cor lot 100
Gary's Add.w 90 ft a 112. ft e
90 ft n 112 ft
Lot 14 block 1 Lincoln Heights
Lots 8 9 10 11 12 13 block 3 Lin
coln Heights ...
Lots 1 2 3 block 5 Lincoln
Com 326 ft w of se cor lot 9
Scott's survey e 126 ft n 119
ft e 40 ft n 119 ft w 114 ft s
to p o b
60 ft e and w toy 119 ft n and s
In ne cor lot 9 Scott s survey
Lot D blk 2 less 22 Inches on n
end Ditto's Revised plat ...
152 ft e and w by 63 V ft n and
s In ne cor lot 1 K G Smith's
Com at sw cor. lot 5 E G
Smith's Add e 177 ft n 139 ft
w 40 ft n 138 ft w 43 ft s
1381 It W 85 ft s 139 ft
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s
in sw cor lot i G. Smith's
SV lot 17 E. G. Smith's add
Iot 47 Mitchell's Revised plat
vox. a -Miicneir ite-visea plat.
Lot 3 S J Green's Add
Lot 1 block 8 West End
Lots 10 12 block 8 West End..
Lot 2 .block 30 West End
Lots 18 20 block 30 West End
Lot 9 block 2 Western Add....
Lots 3 and 4 block 3 Wetsern
Lot 4 block 6 Western Add...
Lot 5 block 6 Western Add..
Lot 10 Reardon's Due West lots
Lots 1 3 5 7 9 block 53 Santa
Lot 22 block 55 Santa iMarla
NeU of nwU ex 2 acres In ne
Nwi of sw i and sVi of nwli
SwU of 8wVi ex n of nwV4 of
iwu oi sw4
SwU lot 1 Cline's Add........
EH lot 2 Cline's Add
Com 154 ft n of sw cor lot 3
Cline's Add e 112 ft n 40 ft w
112 ft 8 40 ft
SeU lot 9 Cline's Add
EVi Jot 12 Cline's Add
SwU lot 13 Cline's Add
Lot 16 Cline's Add
Lot .18 Cline's Add
All except lots 1 and 2 of lot
19 Cline's Add
Lots 24 25 Cline's Add
Lot 27 Cline's Add
It 15 Tucker Hill
Lots 12 13 14 block D
Lot Mock E Dunn's N W Add
Lot 13 block E Dunn's N W
Lots 2 4 6 block I Dunn's N W
Lots 7 and 11 blk L Dunn's N
Lots 11 and 13 block T Dunn's
Lot 19 block I range 1 Goss add
SwU lot 4 block 3 range 1 Goss
Lot 4 block. 1 range 3 Goss add
NVi of nwU lot 4 block 3 range
"3 Goss Add
E1 lot 1 block 1 range 4 Goss
EVi lot 2 block 1 range 4 Goss
Wv, lot. 2 block 1 range 4 Goss
WV lot 1 block 1 range 4 Goss
Lots 3 4 J R Big-gs' sub lot 6
Lot 11 sub of lot 6
: AUTO EEPAIE SEEVICIEf
Besides being prepared t do all kinds of mechanical repair
ing, we have eipert electricians for rebuilding the electrical
apparatus on your car. A complete stock of repair parts for
the Chevrolet always on hand. We have the best equipped
repair shop in Florida.
OCALA IRON WOEKS GARAGE
GASOLINE AND OILS
N. Main SL Ocala, Florida
MMWELL TRANSFER COMPANY
AfitQ Truck Service.
Light, Heavy and Long Distance Papling,
Estimates given on application tor
CALL PHONE 376
THIS WENP1S HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience a each roosa- Dining room service Is
second to none.
BATES From' ?l-50 pgr day per person to $5.
ROBERT MEYEIV -J E. KAVABIAUGH.
NAME OF OWNER
Mrs. A. E. Proctor
F. E. Harris
Mrs. E. B. Green
ID. U. McGinnls
F. E. McCIane ..
H II. Beatly
L. E. Lang
rMr. D. T. Jeffcoat
Met. R. and I Co.
Cornelia and Ruby Small
M. and R. Thomas
C. J. Phillips
J. 11. Bonner
fS. T. Stewart
W. J. Goodwin
G. W. Easterling
Met R and I Co
jGibbs Crumpton ..
t. il. wuioughby
J. J. Waters .....
J. G. Fulgeon
J. J. Waters ...
S. Simmons ..
T. B. Brooks
Mrs. B. Walker
C. P. Howell ...
Mrs. B. Walker
S. H. Had ley ...
J. C. lioozer
J. H. Hick ....
II. C Chambers
kS. H, Hadley ..
H. C. Chambers
C. J. Reddlngr
C. M. Livingston
Arthur Parrish ..
Anna B savage
H. C. Chambers ...
jC M. Livingston
IS. G. Wesley
Unknown ..I 191
Unknown I 161
Annie .Marshall I i 03
- W. W .CLYATT.
City Tax Collector.
L. E. YOnCE,
Com 76 ft s of-nw cor 17115
8 80 ft e 105 ft n 80 w 105 ft
Cora 5424 ft s of nw cor 17 15
e lux it a sift it w lvs it n