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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 8, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 189
PRESIDENT NOT PLEASED
With Summary Action of Railway
' Shopmen in Quitting Their
Washington, Aug. 8 Director Gen General
eral General Hines is awaiting word from the
unions that their men will resume
work before he attempts to settle the
wage demands of the railway men.
Five hundred local union chairmen
have been notified that the men should
return to work by union officials here.
A new. board may be appointed to
consider the controversy with equal
representation from both sides,
f ONE CONCESSION
Washington, 'Aug. 8. No nation nationwide
wide nationwide curtailment of passengent traffic
is expected as a result of the shop shopmen's
men's shopmen's strike, the railroad administra administration
tion administration declares.
Washington, Aug. 8. Organized
labor is not willing for the govern government
ment government to operate the railroads be because
cause because it does not believe a great in industry
dustry industry can be conducted by any politi political
cal political autocracy, Clem Plumb told the
Hour.e commerce committee today.
PRESIDENT WASNT PLEASED
Washington, August 8. President
Wilson last nighty notified Director Director-General
General Director-General Hines that he was authorized
to take up the demands of railroad
shop employes for higher wages and
decide them on their merits.
The president said that the letter
sent him by .Senator Cummins, chair chairman
man chairman of the committee on interstate
commerce, "had set me free to deal
as I think best with the difficult ques questions
tions questions of the wages of certain classes
of the railroad employes," but added:
"The chief obstacle to a decision has
been created by the men themselves.
They have gone out on a strike and
repudiated the authority of their of officers
ficers officers at" the very moment when they
were urging action in regard to their
Vienna, Aug. 8. There is no inten intention
tion intention of making Archduke Joseph king
of Hungary, according to Budapest
advices. The archduke, though sur surrounded,
rounded, surrounded, by monarchist influences, is
? declared o be a democrat.
ALL FREIGHT EMBARGOED
New York, Aug. 8. All freight has
been embargoed by the New York,
New Haven & Hartford and Central
of New England, as a result of the
WONT LET THE NEGROES WORK
Chicago, August 8. Thirty-three
thousand stockyard employes went
on strike this morning following the
return of five thousand negroes to
work. The white workers demanded
the withdrawal of troops and police
guards, which was refused by the city
We have just installed the latest machinery
for rebuilding auto tires and can fix up your
old ones so that they will be as good as new
for all practical purposes. We give them
the Non-Skid or Rib tread. Our process for
re-treading is the same as that used in the
factories and if the fabric is uninjured you
. will get just double service out of your tires.
Local Distributors for
HOOD AND FISK TIRES
DA VIES "The Tire Man"
N. Magnolia St.
COMMENCE ON KRUSKA
Allies Demand that He be Tried for
Cruelty to Prisoners
London, Aug. 8. The Allies have
demanded the surrender of General
Kruska, prison camp commander at
Kaiser, as the first German official to
be tried for violating international
law. General Kruska is charged with
being responsible for the typhus epi epidemic,
demic, epidemic, causing the deaths of 3000
FOR GENERAL MILNE
Constantinople, Aug. 8. General
Sir George Milne, commander of the
British forces at Saloniki, has been
given authority by the peace confer conference
ence conference to control all the allied troops in
western Asia Minor and restore order
in the Symrna district.
Boston, Aug. 8. The steamship
North Star with 285 passengers is
aground Green Island, off Yarmouth.
Four steamers are standing by for
rescue work. Captain Strout reported
water entering the fireroom.
EXECUTION OF RICE
James Rice, who murdered Joe
Loy the Chinese laundryman over
two months ago, paid the penalty of
his crime this forenoon.
Shortly after ten o'clock, the sher sheriff
iff sheriff and his deputies brought the con condemned
demned condemned man out on the platform of
the scafford that had been erected
against the rear wall of the jail. Rice
was accompanied by his spiritual ad
viser, who had evidently cheered and
comforted the poor fellow, for he
faced his fate with fortitude. Rice
was dressed in his working clothes
and his hands were bound. He made
a rather lengthy talk, confessing n
crime and saying it was the result of
moonshine whisky and crapshooting.
After he had said his say, and the
preacher had prayed with him for the
last time, the black cap was drawn
oyer his face, the noose fastened
around his neck and the trap sprung.
The dron did not break his neck. 'For
about a minute, stunned, he
still, then began to struggle. It was
ten minutes or more before his con contortions
tortions contortions ceased. He repeatedly raised
his bound hands, trying to get at the
roDe. and his legs drew up and
straightened out many times. He
probably suffered much more than his I
There was a laree crowd present
The sheriff admitted a limited num-
ber to the jail yard. Outside, the
streets were filled all the way around
as far as people could see the scar-
fold, and the windows and housetops
were crowded. Between two and three
thousand people were present. We
reeret to say many women and girls
vere in the crowd. It was no place
STRIVING TO PREVENT
FREEZING AND STARVING
Berlin, Aug. 8. A commission has
been appointed to devise means fori
increasing coal production in Ger
many to avoid freezing and starvation!
during tne coming winter,
SALE TO THE FRENCH
(Associated Press) I
Paris, Aug. 8. An agreement has
been reached for the sale of Ameri-lto
can stocks to France for four hundred
CALL FOR CLEMENCEAU
Fans, Aug. 8. Premier Clemen-
cau's presence at the first League of
.Nations meeting in Washington is de-
sired in American quarters, the Echo
de Paris says.
Cologne, Aug. 8. A committee
has been formed to promote the es-
tablishment of a Rhineland republic,
Dr. Dorten, president of the republic,
is planning a speaking tour.
POLES IN MINSK
Paris, Aug. 8. Warsaw dispatches
received here state that Polish troops
have occupied Minsk.
San Salvador, Aug. 8. The Hondu-
ran revolutionists were defeated by
government troops at Guascora, ac-l
cording to advices today. Heavy rebel
losses were reported.
ALBERT WILL COME TO SEE US
Brussels, Aug. 8. King Albert will
start on his visit to the -United States these millions upon millions of per per-the
the per-the middle of September. Cardinal I sons interested or activelv concerned
Mercier starts Sept. 4th. I
BAD DAYS IN BROOKLYN
XNew xorK, Aug. ine urooKiyn
Rapid Transit Co. is badly crippled by
the 'strike. One death is reported. I
An L train was attacked by strikers,
and the guards roughly handled,
Ihousands are obliged to walk or re-
sort t motor buses and trucks.
FORTY TRAINS STOP
Chicago, Aug. 8. Forty addtional
trains have been cancelled as a re
suit of the shopmen's strike.
REQUESTED TO RETURN
Paris, Aug. 8. Archduke Joseph
nas mvitea tne szegeain anti-commu-
nist government and otner Hungarian
statesmen to return to Budapest.
PUTTING DOWN PROFITS
New York, Aug. 8. Wheat Direc-
tor Barnes has restricted the profits
on flour, which is to be sold at $10 a
Darrei Dy me grain corporation.
1U KJLr Li I '1UA1UKKUW
Chicago, Aug. 8. The railway
snopmen's union council promisea to
repay tomorrow to -resiaent w nson s
request that they return to work.
SENATE TO PROBE
Washington, Aug. 8. The Senate
today adopted a resolution to inves
tigate the Mexican situation.
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 8, 1919.
Embargo 886-144. On account of
labor conditions the Seaboard Airl
railroad embargoes all freight, car- drawn. What it means is that the
load and less than carload, except brotherhood chiefs would have the
food stuff for human consumption, government issue bonds at 4 per cent,
which latter wiH be accepted only in exchange for the eighteen or twen twen-when
when twen-when bills'Nrf lading are endorsed ty billions of outstanding railway se-
UUjCl.li VIS UCIOJa
8-lt C. A. Harris, Agent.
AMERICAN FLAG REMAINS.
Coblenz, Wednesday, Aug. 6. The!
American flag will continue to fly
from the fortress of Ehrenbreitstein
so long as United States troops hold
a position here in the occupied area,
according to informal information
from Paris received today by the more than $25,000,000,000. For na-irter-allied
Rhineland commission, tional defense, to deliver the govern govern-General
General govern-General Pershing, it is understood, ment of the United States and the
recommended that the Stars and
Stripes be kept on the fortress which peril, that great sum might be ob ob-has
has ob-has been an American garrison since tained, but not at 4 per cent. But
last December. He also recommended this new debt is to be incurred not for
that Coblenz be made American head
C. W. DEAS
306 North Magnolia Street
Fresh Water Fish for sale Wednes
days, Thursdays, Fridays and Satur
days of each week. Mullet and Bottom
Fish fresh every day. 8-6t
Zurich, Aug. 8. King Ferdinand of
Rumania, has arrived in Budapest.
rflTITATinv nmRF qpihitq
Atlanta, Aug. 8. Traffic conditions
op soutnern railroads are growing
serious, as a result of the shopmen's
strike. A meeting will be held this
afternoon to determine what action is
be taken on the president's appeal
or the workmen to return to work.
PLUMB FOOL PLAN
(New York Times)
The spokesman of the railroad
spokesman of the
brotherhoods are frank in explaining
their purposes. They say in their
latest statement: "We demand that
Ithe owners of capital, who represent
only financial interest, as distinguish
ed from oDeratine brains and enerirv.
- o w
be relieved from management, receiv-
mg government bonds with a fixed
interest return for every honest dol
lar thev have invested in the railwav
industry." "The owners of capital"
invested in railways are not, as the
all assembled in Wall street. The
capitalists they propose to dispossess
are the 12,000,000 owners of the six
billions of money deposited in savings
banks; the 12,000,000 holders of life
insurance policies to the amount of
some $25,000,000,000: the multitude
of private owners of railway bonds
and stocks and the owners of shares
in invesment institutions.
These capitalists are represented in
railway management or were until j
the government took over the- lines
by men elected by their votes, direct
ly or indirectly, to be members of
boards of directors. It is the opinion
of the brotherhood chiefs that among
in railway management there is neith
er skill, energy, nor brains. The
chiefs sav that the men activelv en-
eaered in conducting the railroad in-
dustrv must be chosen "not from
wall street, but "from the -railroad
nffWz nnA vnnts nH nut nn th mil.
road imes" for "these represent all
the brains, skill and energy that there
is m the business." The men of the
offices and the yards and the lines un
doubtedly have skill, brains and ener
gy, they also have experience in the
business of o Deration. That business.
however, would be to the very last de
gree easy and simple compared with
the financial problems that would con concern
cern concern the new "democratic" manage
ment of the railways.
As the brotherhood men see it, this,
too, would be simple. Perhaps they
underestimate the magnitude and dif-
ficulty of financing the railroads un
jer a system of joint control by gov-
etnment directors, labor party direc-
tors, and officials. Their plan is to
I get rid of the present owners of rail-
wav canital bv divine them covern-
ment bonds in exchange for their se-
curities. They talk of a 4 per cent.
bond. As the savines banks, insur
ance comDanies. and Drivate owners
miVht not accent a A nr rent, cnvom.
ment bond, the transaction would
have to be Dut through bv a forced
exchange. This would be taking
property without due process of law,
but when "democratization" of indus industries
tries industries is in the 'Wind the constitution,
of course, would have to be set aside.
In the literature of the"Plumb Plan
League" we are assured that "the
public can obtain the money to pur purchase
chase purchase the lines at 4 per cent., whereas
the public is now charged rates to
guarantee the roads 6 per cent, on
their money." Where would "the pub
lic" obtain money to purchase the
; lines at 4 per cent ? Nowhere but from
itself; there is in all the world no
curities, and whenever money was
wanted to operate or extend the lines
more bonds would be nut out. Men
integrity of mind that they would not
I attempt to deceive the brotherhood
chiefs will enlighten them, if they
1 wish for enlightenment, as to the
I certain consequences of an attempt
I by the government to issue 4 per cent,
I bonds in the amount of $20,000,000,000
I iu addition to its present war debt of
I liberties of the citizens from dire
1 national defense, but for an adven-
jture in government ownership and in
the "democratization" of industry
I which every man of servation and
common sense knows would be fore-
I doomed to disastrous failure. To get
1 money at 4 per cent, the investment
1 must be secure beyond all chance or
I question. With the Russian example
I of democratization of industry fresh
Marion County Post Also Elected
Permanent Officers for the
At the regular meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Post No. 1, of the Ameri American
can American Legion, held Thursday afternoon,
in the Board of Trade room, perma permanent
nent permanent officers for the year were elect elected.
ed. elected. Dr. H. F. Watt, Ocala, was elect elected
ed elected post commander, W. J. Borden,
Ocala, vice commander, Louis H. Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, adjutant, Edward Brooks, Okla Okla-waha,
waha, Okla-waha, finance officer, Loonis Blitch,
Blitchton, chaplain, J. M. Liddell, San Santos,
tos, Santos, historian, E. S. Stephens, Sparr,
sergeant-at-arms. All of these offic officers
ers officers are ex-officio members of the ex executive
ecutive executive committee. Two other mem members
bers members of the excutive committee were
elected, B. H. King of Dunnellon, and
W. E. Christian of Mcintosh. Among
the officers elected both the army and
navy are represented and sixty per
cent were enlisted men in the service.
A meeting of the executive commit committee
tee committee will he held very shortly to ar arrange
range arrange for the proper enrollment of
members, the examination of all cre credentials,
dentials, credentials, and take such other steps as
are provided for in the constitution
and by-laws for the purpose of get getting
ting getting the organization thoroughly un under
der under way. Meetings of the executive
committee will be held once a monlh.
The following resolutions were
adopted at Thursday's meeting:
"Whereas, Our country has reached
a critical period in its history, and
has need of wise and sober readjust readjustment
ment readjustment of its social and 'economic con conditions;
ditions; conditions; and,
"Whereas, It is a time when the
welfare of the great majority of the
people should take precedence over
the demands of a selfish minority;
"Whereas, We believe that the
country will enjoy an era of unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented prosperity if conditions axe
readjusted on a sound basis; and,
"Whereas, We believe that condi conditions
tions conditions can best be readjusted by a re return
turn return to reasonable profits in the sale
of the necessities of life, to the highest-
efficiency on the part of labor, and
to an increased production; therfore
be it v
"Resolved, By the Marion County
Post of the American Legion, Post No.
27, of the state of Florida, that we,
who served in the army, navy and
marine corps during the world war,
and who helped to make the world a
fit place in which to live, do earnestly
protest against all profiteers and
against the threats of organized la labor
bor labor to paralyze the railroads, and
thus bring about untold suffering, in
creasing instead of alleviating the
hardships, making the problems
greater instead of solving them; and,
"Be it further resolved, that we do
denounce as unpatriotic and un-Amer
ican the talk of revolution on the part
of some of the labor leaders; and,
"Be it further resolved, that we
call on the Congress to take immed
iate steps to reduce the high cost of
living, and do call on all citizens to
assist in and hot to prevents a solu
tion of our problems by extreme and
NORRIS THINKS THIS
Washington, Aug. 8. Senator Nor
ris proposes repeal of the wheat guar
antee so the farmers may get hightr
in mind and still before its eyes, the
American public would not be very
eager to supply money at 4 per cent.
or any other rate for the purpose of
putting the railroads mto the hands
of the representatives of labor and
It is very evident that the radical
wing of the labor party in England
has imparted its ideas to the repre
sentatives of the brotherhoods. The
program of that party declares that
"the individualist system of capitalist
production, based on the private own
ership and competitive administration
of land and capital," has or will have
"received a death blow." Also "the
labor party stands not merely for the
principle of the common ownership of
the nation's land to be applied as
suitable opportunities occur, but also
specifically for the immediate nation
aliaztion of railways, mines and the
pioduction of electric power."
It is plainly a venture into radical
socialism that the brotherhood chiefs
propose; more than that, it is a very
long step toward the principles of
Lenin and-Trotzky and of soviet gov government.
ernment. government. The plan is so violently at
war with all human experience and
human reason that the impression
gains strength that the brotherhood
chiefs, who are men of undoubted in intelligence,
telligence, intelligence, do not for a moment be believe
lieve believe that they are going to put it
through. It is coming to be looked
upon as a method they have devised
for frightening Congress into grant granting
ing granting their new demands for wage in increase,
crease, increase, which it is estimated would
call for an appropriation by Congress
of about $800,000,000 of the taxpay taxpayers'
ers' taxpayers' money.
ADDRESS TO CONGRESS
The Star has received a synopsis of
President Wilson's address to Con Congress"
gress" Congress" this afternoon, but the wires
being taken for government mes messages,
sages, messages, it is delayed. If it arrives it
will be bulletined in the usual place
at the Star office.
Messrs. Goldman and Thomas have
confidently asserted that Alderman
Osborne would have voted with them
to accept $1575 for Ocala Ilouse taxes.
We have just consulted with Mr.
Osborne, and he says he did not com commit
mit commit himself to any such action. He
said he was in favor of collecting at
least $2000, and would have held out
for that if there had been any pros prospect
pect prospect of it. He; says that, knowing the
city's need for money, he might have
accepted the $1575 if he had been
certain it was impossible to collect
any more, but he was in favor of a
further fight if it had been worth
The people of Ocala may be very
certain that if the council had beenN beenN-united
united beenN-united on this subject that the Ocala
House would have paid $2000 rather
than resort to further litigation. It
would have cost the owners more to
carry on the fight than pay the taxes
HOOVER OFF TO VIENNA
Paris, Aug. 8. Herbert Hoover
left today for Vienna on a tour of
central European capitals, investigat investigating
ing investigating food and economic conditions.
. RUMANIANS REFUSE
Paris, Aug. 8. The Rumanians re refuse
fuse refuse to comply with the peace coun council's
cil's council's demands, causing great embar embarrassment.
rassment. embarrassment. SEEMS GOOD TO SPAIN
Madrid, Aug. 8. Parliament has
approved the proposal that Spain join
the league of nations.
FALL IRISDT POTATO SEED
Just a few left. Plant them early;
$2.50 per 100 lbs., f. o. b. Elkton, Fla,
Prompt shipments. J. E. Gauzens
Elkton, Fla. 30-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens receiv received
ed received the sad information today of the
death of Mrs. W. P. Edwards of Erie,
Pa., a sister of Mrs. Stevens. Mrs.
Edwards died Wednesday morning,
after an illness of two months. Miss'
Nellie Stevens went there a month
ago to be with her aunt. The funeral
services will be held Saturday.
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If our men in France thought badly
of the French for overcharging them,
what do they think of the people in
their own country.
Let's all strike, starve our fool
selves to death and be done with it.
Now is as good a time as any.
Consider the fern! how pretty a
plant it is. Also, be considerate
enough of it to water it every day.
It may be able to feel, for all you
cents per pound for his bacon, we are
i ... :v,.. t i
prepareu to siate wiuiuui ikxi ui tun tun-tradiction
tradiction tun-tradiction that the consumer is not
getting a square deal."
So much stress has been laid by Mr.
Thomas and Mr. Goldman on the
Star's "unwillingness" to give Judge
Bullock's ruling on the Ocala House
valuation that we shall have to beg to
inform them that the said ruling or
it3 substance was published in the
Star when it was made, and has been
referred to several times since. It
was simply to the effect that the val valuation
uation valuation was too high. The judge did
not set any valuation on the property
nor did he set any limitation to any
valuation less than the one he con considered
sidered considered excessive. Such a ruling
would have been out of his province.
We have just confirmed this in a con conversation
versation conversation with the judge. It is funny
that the Ocala House paid without
kicking 15 mills on a valuation of
50,000, and then kicked on 7 mills
on a valuation of $100,000. The fact
of the business is that in 1916 the
war reduced Ocala's prosperity and
the Ocala House didn't want to take
its share of the hard luck.
This paper is going to be mighty
thin for the next two or three days,
or, rather, it is going to be thinner
than usual. Be patient with us we
We see in the New York Times
that a number of returned soldiers
are in danger of starving. Why not
give them the jobs the highly paid
strikers won't have ?
Says the .DeLand News: "Armour
& Co. sent the News a 16-page pam pamphlet,
phlet, pamphlet, beautifully printed, entitled, 'Is
the Retailer Getting a Square Deal
from Armour?' The News is not in
position to answer your question, Mr.
Armour, but when the grower is re receiving
ceiving receiving only 20 cents a pound for his
hog, and the consumer is paying 68
V STANDS FOR VALUE
Let us vulcanize your old, worn,
blown-out tires and -add greatly to
their value and their length of serv service.
ice. service. Thrift is the national watchword
and today thrift in auto and cycle
tires is essential. Vulcanizing is as
valuable to used tires as repairing is
to used shoes.
Oklawaha Ave Ocala, Fla.
A. E. GERIG
Says the Macon Telegraph: "The
people of Florida must be exceedingly
proud of Senator Duncan U. Fletcher.
He is so level-headed. I have just
read his speech on our merchant ma marine
rine marine policy. He coes into the whole
shipping question and takes up the
matter from 1620 and traces it to the
present time. His information is
amazing, showing research and study.
He was so fully informed that he had
a ready answer to many questions
asked. He explains why we became
a beggar of ships, and why the gov
ernment had to build ships when the
war came. He opposes disposing of
the big ship plants, especially Hog
Island, and tells why. The Senate
was intensely interested in the speech
of Senator Fletcher. His is all busi
ness. Write him for a copy.
Alderman Thomas, in his last let letter,
ter, letter, softened his heart toward the
members of the boneheads council. He
says they are not boneheads all the
time, but only some of the time. This
concession ought to help the boys, but
it seems it don't. It kinder leaves
them up in the air, so to speak. They
say they don't know when they are
boneheads and when they ain't. They
think it will be only fair for Mr.
Thomas to come around early on the
mornings of the days that they are
boneheads and notify them, so they
will know how to govern their actions
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Recently the Rambler noted two
cases that brought out character of
young people very clearly. The Ram Rambler
bler Rambler was visiting a home the other
evening when the son, a lad of about
15 years, came in the back way. Not
knowing the Rambler was in the
front room, he was heard to say:
"Mother, you look tired. Let me take
care of the baby while you get supper.
He is fretful but if I can -get him
quieted I will come back and help
you." St. Petersburg Independent.
Either the Rambler had a halluci hallucination
nation hallucination or that boy will die soon. He's
too good to be natural.
Mr. Tripartite probably wouldn't
make any bigger mess of running, the
railroads than the government has
aonc. Lakeland Telegram.
He'd be a three-barreled govern government,
ment, government, and any man who ever tried one
knows that a three-barreled gun is a
Has it occurred to you, Mr. Com Common
mon Common People, that the labor organiza organizations
tions organizations that are trying to bring the
nation to their terms by shutting off
transportation, are doing exactly
what the Germans were trying to do
when they tried to blockade our coasts
Every once in a while we hear some
one say of something: "Take it out
of politics." The most difficult thing
in the world. There is politics in eve everything
rything everything not only in government af affairs
fairs affairs but lodges, schools and churches,
clubs and even orphans homes and
It is mighty poor encouragement,
Mr. Thomas, to the man who tries to
pay his taxes, regularly, to the city,
to see another man or a business firm
allowed to put it off for three years,
and then be given a rebate for pay paying.
ing. paying. It is reported that Judge Horace C.
Gordon of Tampa will make the race
for Congress in the first1 district. If
we lived in the first, we could support
Judge Gordon with pleasure. He is a
Why stop at the railroads? What's
the matter with taking the banks also
away from the capitalist class and
dividing them among that tripartite?
We object. We have sixty dollars
in one of them banks.
Some of the labor leaders advise
firing squads for the profiteers. They
will order out firing squads for eve everybody
rybody everybody who disagrees with them if
they have the power.
The Rumanians are the first people
with sense and pluck to tame the
Bolshevik Magyars, and now the Al Allied
lied Allied statesmen want to curb the Rumanians.
The railroads have laid an embargo
on all freight except food, and that
subject to delay. And Congress talks.
LOST Hood tire and rim, 32 x 4, be between
tween between Leesburg and Ocala. Finder
please notify me and receive suitable
reward. Mrs. B. E. Takach, Sanford,
FOR SALE OR RENT Two-story
concrete building 30 x 100 feet. Two
store rooms with large upstairs, lot
38 x 124 feet. Suitable for stores,
garage, storage. One block from pub public
lic public square. Address Mrs. Z. D. Mclver,
104 N. Orange St., Ocala, Fla. 7-7t
WANTED To buy a good farm near
good church and school, in good com community.
munity. community. Address, L. W. Ponder, care
Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fla. 6-6t
FARM FOR SALE 131-3 acres,
cleared, fenced and in good cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; on Anthony road one mile east
of Baptist church. Will sell stock,
tools, etc.. if desired. J. H. Vernon,
CONTRACTS WANTED Contracts
for stone, brie kand concrete work;
also moving buildings. No job too
small and none too large. First class
workat lowest prices. Address George
Dole, 310 North Main street, or phone
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on' quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
HUNTER'S SECOND HAND HOUSE
Furniture bought and sold. Get
prices elsewhere, then see me
there's a sale made on one side or the
other. L have expert mechanics to put
in good condition anything you have,
such as furniture, lawn mowers, sew sewing
ing sewing machines, scissors, knives, saws,
pots, pans and all kinds of enamel enamel-ware.
ware. enamel-ware. Repair all kinds of broken
castings. Call at 310, 312 and 314
South Main street. 30-tf
We have bean seed for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-tf Ocaln Seed Store.
More about Smiles tomorrow
Its worth dollars to you
FORMER SHERIFF ADMITS
HE HAS KILLED HUNDREDS
Interesting" Stateemnt by Man Who
Has Tested Modern and Effective
Methods of Destruction
Formerly a sheriff of his native
county, a man now living in South
Georgia declares that on numerous
occasions he has killed mosquitoes by
the hundreds in his home merely by
spraying Torment into the air. Tor Torment
ment Torment kills mosquitoes instantly, even
while they are on the wing. It has
no. offensive odor, does not stain
clothing nor furniture and is harmless
to human beings. Keep your home
ciear of the malaria-carrying mos mosquito
quito mosquito and you will be healthier and
happier. Torment is admitted to be
the greatest insecticide ever discov discovered.
ered. discovered. It annihilates flies as well as
mosquitoes. A bottle of Torment, in including
cluding including spray, 25 cents at your drug druggist's.
gist's. druggist's. Manufactured 1y the G. B.
Williams Co., Quitman, Ga. Adv. 3
BARGAINS IN FORDS
One 1918 Ford Touring Car; elec electric
tric electric starter; in Al shape.
One 1915 Ford Touring Car; in
first class shape.
One 1918 Ford Touring Car; new
tires. AUTO SALES COMPANY,
,4-tf Mack Taylor.
A package of Cedar Compound in
your piano will probably save a repair
bMl.' Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
USE OUIR ICE
AMP USE IT SEPJSIIBLY
PURE ICE, the kind we make and selL is the best thing that
comes into your homes these days. Nothing you can buy gives you
so much for so little money.
So don't make the mistake ot trying to skimp on your ice bilL
Avoid extravagance on the one has4, and don't be "penny wise and
pound foolish on the other.
Take enough of our ice to kvp your refrigerator in good con condition
dition condition and have some to spare for other uses. Then you will be 'pro 'protected
tected 'protected all around, arid will never experience the annoyance of being
without ice at the very time you -need it most and cannot get it
Be intelligently liberal in the use of OUR ICE and you will
escape most of the discomforts and dangers incidental to this time
of the year.
Qcala Ice & PacMiag Co..
' SAVE MONEY ON -MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak 23c I Best Pork Chops ...35c
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YOMK MEAT MARKET
Which are the live business houses ot a town. Printer's ink users. See?
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?8fl H Sports
fcrFtM And 001(1 Frosted Bottles
i; l nh a hottlo Through a strati?" i II
iNlll! i wiH keep you feeling fit fsadfino. Jj !J
GJ drilled ciear through, it refreshes and satisfies. Jj jj.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919
OCALA EVENING STAR,
y a Few Walk
S47SF0?c? 1 pi
Wc Take Special Pride in the Quality of the
Products of Our Fountain
We give you cool, delieiQiis Sundaes, flavorings as deli delicate
cate delicate and tasty as science has been able to produce.
All Sorts of Drinks Prepared to Suit
Your Particular Taste
And above all you are assured of Promptness, Clean Cleanliness,
liness, Cleanliness, and Absolute Purity of Ingredients in any selec selection
tion selection you make.
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EE1HBALMERS
No charjr? for delivery of caaket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
LVER SPRINGS OCALA BUS SERVICE
Comfortable Bus Will Unfil Further Notice
Hun Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.
Thursday's Schedule Sunday's Schedule
L v. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. M 2:00 P. M.
1:30 P. M 4:00 P. BL
3:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M 10:00. P. M.
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M..... 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 4:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M.. 7:00 P. M.
7:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M ..10:00 P. M.
Ed. Carmicliael, Proprietor
L ED M A M 9
Coffins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
oouse. Ocala Fla.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE
Economize In The Kitchen
By having us sena to
your home one of our handy
kitchen cabinets. They
mean the saving of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of steps a day, besides
keeking your food out of the
paths of roaches, ants and
other pests that are prone
to make theiriabiding place
in the kitchen when the op opportunity
portunity opportunity offers. When you
have a cabinet you always
knowtewr eqo find your cooking utensils, as well as
your cooking ingredints, such as sugar, coffee, spices,
etc' The festive roach is abroad at this season of the
year. Buy a Kitchen Cabinet and fool him.
N. Magnolia St.
If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Messrs. Troy Hall and M. C. Stand Stand-ley
ley Stand-ley of Whitney, were business visitors
t' Ocala yesterday.
Mrs. E. C. Bennett is enjoying a
short visit at Lake Weir with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark
To your grocer say:
Mr. Lawton Bailey has returned
from his vacation spent with relatives
and friends in South Carolina and
Mrs. L. A. Shephard of Chicago
arrived in Ocala yesterday and is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Lee Miller, who has been con confined
fined confined to his bed with a spell of fever,
is able to sit up now, and rapidly re recovering.
covering. recovering. Get ready your fall garden. We
hava new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Douglas Fairbanks was at his best
id his own picture, "Down to Earth,"
t the Templel ast night. Never did
Douglas show more funny ingenuity
nor carry it off better.
When packing your "Blankets and
winter clothing, think' of Cedar Com Compound,
pound, Compound, which will keep moths away;
25 cents the package at Gerig's Drug
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry returned
yesterday from Montgomery. Ala.,
wher they accompanied the remains
of Dr. Henry's mother to their last
Miss Eloise Bouvier leaves today
for Jacksonville, to visit her father,
and later expects to go to the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina for a stay of
. W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Mrs. Frank Parker and daughter.
Miss Catherine, and young son, Frank
of Tampa, arrived in Ocala today to
be the guests of Mrs. George Close
at her suburban home.
Circle No. 3 of the Presbyterian
auxiliary will hold a silver tea Mon Monday
day Monday from 3 to 5 p. m., at the residence
of Mrs. McDowell on Fort King ave
Eat the best that's FEDERAL
Mrs. S. A. Standley left today for a
visit to her son, Charles and his wife,
in Dawson, Ga. Before returning to
Ocala, Mrs. Standley expects to visit
other relatives in southwest Georgia.
There was an unusually large at attendance
tendance attendance at the Thursday night dance
at the springs, the jazz band being a
special feature) and the welcome
change in the weather making danc dancing
ing dancing far more pleasurable.
Miss Susie Edwards leaves today to
spend several weeks at her old home
in Springfield, Ga. Miss Edwards
had a class in expression last term
at the high school and will return to
Ocala in time to resume her work at
the opening of school.-
A fresh shipment of Guth's and
Nunnally's Candies just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Miss Margaret- Bell, who has spent
the past two weeks in Ocala, where
she filled the place of Miss Carrie
Barco in the office of the gas com company
pany company during the latter's vacation, left
today for Cotton Plant to visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. In the fall. Miss Bell expects
to enter the Woman's College in Tal Tallahassee.
At the Temple this evening, Sis
Hopkins is the role made famous on
the stasre bv Rose Melville, and one
in which Mabel Normand is specially
suited for the comedy that suits her
from her nose to her toes. The part
i completely a part of her. She ob obliterates
literates obliterates her own personality as she
has never done before, and the story
told is as absorbing as a drama. A
swindler swindled, but in one of the
most humorous ways ever seen.
Get readv vour fall earden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Mrs. M. W. Johnson and three chil children,
dren, children, Louise, Hazel and Etta May, of
Tampa and Mrs. Dell Bailey and lit little
tle little son, William of Oxford, spent
several days here this week with the
former's sister-in-law, Mrs. E. A.
Sr.owden and family on Fifth street.
They returned to their respective
Mr. B. Goldman is going to add a
chunk of progress to the total. He is
going to put up a big furniture ware warehouse
house warehouse with undertaking parlors at attached
tached attached on the vacant lot on Main
street opposite the foundry. Every Everything
thing Everything that Goldman takes hold of
Try those sweet rolls, doughnuts
and FEDERAL bread. tf
To (Gel TTaalt
There has been quite a few entries in the con contest
test contest for the largest fresh water trout caught with
fishing tackle bought from us. As the contest
closes September first it behooves those who
would use that elegant outfit to get busy, and re report
port report their catches at our store. Of course there
is a long fishing season still ahead of us, and
you'll need tackle, so come around and let us fit
you up. If there is anything in the line of a
fisherman s outfit that we haven t in stock let
us know and we will immediately correct the
Sporting Goods Headquarters
West oi Courthouse FLOMBA. I
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
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonrllle-New York 2:16 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonvllle-O'nesrllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 aiu.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm,
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburr 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
The better a
the greater his
j success. Have your
v eyes examined.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Mclver & laclay
UNDERTAKERS and EODALIIERS
PHONES 47. 114. ISS
Keep out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents the package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
XH ULHJ VEKS.AX CAQ
Remember that when you bring your
Ford car to us for mechanical attention
that you get the genuine Ford service
materials, experienced workmen and Ford
factory prices. Your Ford is too useful,
too valuable to take chances with poor
mechanics, with equally poor quality ma materials.
terials. materials. Bring it to us and save both time
and money. We are authorized Ford
dealers, trusted by the Ford Motor Com Company
pany Company to look after wants of Ford owners
that's the assurance we offer. We are get getting
ting getting a few Ford cars and first come first to
Advertise and get Results
Ml A JL jIL jA As? Ah? A A?A? ?Ai? iAi?
Mother will read about it tomorrow
and Smile Smile-To
To Smile-To will Father
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919
An Exceptional Opportunity to Se
cure a Very Pretty Hat at an
Extremely Low Price.
EVERY HAT MARKED DOWN
From 25 to 75 per cent, besides a Special
Bargain Counter With no Mark Down Limit.
Come and see for yourself,
. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th.
South Side Ocala'House Block. OCALA,. FLORIDA.
at Silver Springs
SONGS AND DANCES
The Silver Springs Jazz Orchestra
ADMISSION 25c. DANCING 75c A COUPLE
Dancing and Instruction Conducted by
C. W. THOMPSON
Have) First Shipment of New Wheat
FIouriReceived in Ocala, Milled on
We can furnish it any size package
v either plain or self rising
Barrel Plain $13.30 Barrel, Plain $ 6.65
Barrel, Self Rising 13.50 y2 Barrel, Self Rising 6.75
We also have other Flour, but recom recommend
mend recommend and Guarantee "Snow Hobby"
: Corner 8th St. and Orange Ave.
LECTURES ON RAVAGES
OF VENEREAL DISEASES
If the other fellow can make advertising pay w,hy not you? Call phone 51.
.The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
This line o' type is placed here to remind youthat advertising pays.
aaturaay Atternon to women and
Sunday Afternoon to Men
Dr. W. H. Gillette, of the bureau of
venereal diseases of the state .Board
of Health and the United States Pub Public
lic Public Health Service, is in the city to de deliver
liver deliver lectures to separate audiences of
men and women, both white and col colored,
ored, colored, on the ravages of these diseases
which are undermining the health of
The lectures will be given at the
Temple at 2 p. m. Saturday to women
only and Sunday at 4 p. m. to men
The State Board of Health, through
this bureau, is making an extensive
campaign throughout the state in this
much needed health measure. The
plan of procedure is briefly as fol follows:
lows: follows: 1. Securing reports of venereal in infections
fections infections through the medical profes profession.
sion. profession. 2. Control of those infected, so as
to prevent further spread of the dis disease.
ease. disease. 3. Establishment of free venereal
clinics for its treatment.
4. Suppression of vicious condi conditions
tions conditions which favor the spread of these
5. Carrying out of systematic edu educational
cational educational programs for the general
public as well as for those that are
The lecture to men will be supple supplemented
mented supplemented with the famous film, "Fit to
No admission will be charged and
every man and woman in Ocala should
take advantage of this educational
work that the Board of Health is do doing
ing doing and assist in eradicating these
diseases which are one of hell's dead deadliest
liest deadliest poisons.
"Fit to Fight" is the title of the
movie which has come to help in set settling
tling settling a question which has long been
asked, and which the government has
decided to answer, without any apol apologies
ogies apologies and with few explanations, be beyond
yond beyond the statement that it is an edu educational
cational educational film sponsored and put on by
the United States Public Health Ser Service.
vice. Service. The movie might just as well
be called, "What everybody should
know," as well as "Fit to Fight," as
it shows what those who choose the
straight and narrow path may expect,
while those who go headlong untrain untrained
ed untrained and unhampered in their desires
learn the- hopeless lesson that "the
wages of sin is death."
The movie, as it is produced, is
neither subtle in suggestion, nor is it
difficult to understand. It is a clear clear-cut,
cut, clear-cut, well-thought-out production, stir stirring
ring stirring in the truth it depicts, with vice
exposed in all its ugliness, and the
results of impurity, and immorality
exposed with a realism at times
more than gruesome. The scenic ef effects,
fects, effects, the sidelights, and the ilumi ilumi-nations
nations ilumi-nations are true to life, in the glam glamour
our glamour they produce in creating that at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere which so often misleads the
ignorant and strengthens the view viewpoint
point viewpoint of the enlightened.
The insincerity of prudery isshown
in direct contrast to the purity of
knowledge, in view of conditions
with war intensifies, especially as it
relates to the relation of men to wom women,
en, women, "Fit to Fight" is a movie which
the younger generation might as well
see, since this generation is allowed
to View everything which is put on
in public places, whether it is a movie,
a cabaret or' a murder trial. For
there was pathos, as well as humor,
in the suggestion made recently by a
young man about town, who, embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed at being seen in represensible
company by young women of his own
"social set," remarked: "There ought
to be some place where decent girls
do not govthese days."
The question which "Fit to Fight"
asks and answers just how much of
the fruit of knowledge should be giv given
en given to the child of today? The govern government
ment government in this movie emphatically
teaches the first lesson every child
should know at the age of seven, and
shows how the mother and father
should be the teachers of the first
lesson. It depicts in the frankest
manner the fearful responsibility par parents
ents parents incur when they allow their boys
and girls to grow up to young man manhood
hood manhood and young womanhood ignorant
of the vital facts of life. The picture
makes a brief survey of the allure allurements
ments allurements that lead ignorant young boys
and girls to ruin in the larger cities,
and portrays vividly and .forcefully
the fearful penalties incurred by the
innocent along with the guilty.
Suffering and death are the portion
of the victims of the criminal follies
of ignorant, unwary or unheeding
youth. The problems encountered in
the vicinity of the great cantonments,
which sprang up after America's en entrance
trance entrance into the war, are also touched
upon in the picture, as are methods
med by the welfare agencies in meet meeting
ing meeting them.
Probably the .most striking thing
about the picture is its frankness.
There is no hesitation to show the
actual results of "sowing wild oats."
The Florida State Board of Health,
through its bureau of venereal dis diseases,
eases, diseases, has shown this picture, sup supplemented
plemented supplemented by lectures, to over 50,000
persons in the state, and it has re received
ceived received the endorsement of all prom prominent
inent prominent men and women and all civic
organizations.. In connection with
this work hospitals for the treatment
of these diseases are being establish established
ed established in the population centers of the
DON'T EAT BREAKFAST
The Dainty Dutch
Is made of fresh eggs, pure pasteuriz pasteurized
ed pasteurized milk and cream, baked and toasted
to'a rich golden brown. Light, crisp
and flaky with a delicious distinctive
flavor. A pleasing substitute for
heavy biscuit and rolls. Especially
beneficial for those who suffer from
indigestion, constipation and kindred
complaints. Order a package today.
Send us your order for
overlook this refreshing
drink these HOT DAYS.
O. M. TEAPOT
Phones 16 and 174
We Make a Most Delicious
Layer Cake, Doughnuts, Macaroons,
Pound Cakes, Chocolate Cakes, Rolls, Etc
TRY OUR CINNAMON BUNS
Carter's Bakery n. Main st.
'The Old Reliable" OCALA, FLORIDA
In our supply depart department
ment department we carry a large
line of accessories for
automobiles. A com complete
plete complete line of Tools, Tubes,
Spark Plugs, Etc.
Service Station for Moon,
Chalmers, Maxwell and
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
(The A. A.'.A. Garage)
Corner Fort King and
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We Guarantee Every Eclipse Gas Range lor 5 yr.
There is an Eclipse to fill any need. 10 discount for the next thirty days.
SEE THE GAS COMPAMYc
Read the Star Want Ads. It Days
I Cash in on thet SMILE
I Tomorrow read now
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Qerve your Quests -with Bevooes
C especially well with liM repasts,
bufibt superst chafing dish dainiics;
fish and lobster dishes, wild ame,
cold cuts of meatsvausaesf sardines,
cheese or spaheiti. m Bevo is ihe
friend of food and fellowship.
Small want ads. will sell big things.
Move tnose goods by advertiiio.
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