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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Tuesday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 23S
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Although President Wilson is Im Improving,
proving, Improving, Physician Won't
Let Him Work

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. G. The president
had another good night last night
and apparently his condition con continues
tinues continues to improve. During the morn morning
ing morning Dr. Grayson held another consul consultation
tation consultation with Rear Admiral Stitt, head
ot the naval medical school, and Dr.
Sterling Ruflin of Washington.
PHYSICIANS INSIST ON REST
Washington, Oct. 6. While the
president's condition is steadily im improving,
proving, improving, his physicians made clear to today
day today they didn't intend to relax at
once their treatment, of absolute rest.
Those attending the president are
much encouraged at his improvement
and feel it is. likely to mean he is
definitely on tfe way to recovery.
MEXICAN RAILROAD
MANAGEMENT
Reminds One of Events on the New
Haven Only a Few Short
Years Ago
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Oct. G. Sixty persons
were killed yesterday in the wreck of
a Laredo-Mexico City train, which
fwas derailed near Saltillo. The belief
is expressed that a complete exami exami-natio
natio exami-natio nof the wreckage will show at
least fifteen more were killed in the
accident.
ADVANCING ON OREL
March of Denekine's Army Takes It
Daily Nearer to
Moscow
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Oct. 6. Denekine's
troops are within thirty miles of Orel,
on .the road to Moscow, and the bol bol-sheviki
sheviki bol-sheviki who have bee nopposing him
are surrendering in great numbers,
according to work received here.
INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE
BEGINS THIS AFTERNOON
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 6. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of all the railroad workers'
unions, including the four big brother brotherhoods,
hoods, brotherhoods, will participate in the indus industrial
trial industrial conference which begins here
this afternoon.
WET OR DRY IN NORWAY
(Associated Press)
Christiania, Oct. 6. A plebiscite to
determine the question of national
prohibition of alcohol in Norway be begun
gun begun throughout the country today.
TO BE SIGNED TODAY
(Associated Press)
Paris, Oct. 6. The royal decree
ratifying the peace treaty with Ger Germany
many Germany will be signed today, according
to a Rome dispatch.
GREENWOOD CEMETERY.
Attention Lot Owners!
There is not a more beautiful spot
anywhere around Ocala than the
Greenwood cemetery. Its" natural
beauty, the pines and other trees
which shade our sleeping dear ones,
the rolling lay of the land, make it a
lovely spot to visit or to view from
the road. It is situated on the most
popular driveway leading out of
Ocala, the road to Silver Springs.
But this hallowed spot is not kept
it should be. The ladies of the
Greenwood Cemetery Association do
the best they can with the funds pro provided
vided provided by those who pay to have their
lots cared'fpr. Each lot is an individ individual
ual individual possession and 'cannot be kept by
association, unless the owner pays to
have the work done.
So we are pleading for the lot owiy
eis who have not put their lots in the
care of the association to clean up
their lots. The growing season is
nearly over and if cleaned up now
will look very well all winter. Please
give careful attention to this, for the
xsake of the dear ones gone before,
and also for civic pride, that the pass passing
ing passing throng may admire, rather than
criticise, the last resting place of our
Leloved dead.
Anv one wishing lots cleaned by
the sexton of vthe association can have
same done at the following rates:
Whole lot, $1; half lot, 75c; quarter
lot, 50c, At the present price of labor
this is very reasonable.
Respectfully,
Ladies' Greenwood Association.
Home made candy fresh every day,
at W. A. Stroud's. 1-tf

Man Arrested Here Saturday Night
is Not Binkowitz the Liberty
Bond Thief

(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. G. The local police
are mystified by the Ocala, Fla., re report
port report that a man believed to be Henry
Binkowitz, has been arrested there
for the theft of $178,000 in liberty
bonds belonging to Richard Whitney
& Company here. A man identified
a. Binkowitz was found, murdered in
Connecticut recently.
THE LOCAL END OF THE STORY
A young man who calls himself W.
E. Singleton arrived in the city Fri Friday
day Friday evening and behaved himself in
a manner that soon landed him in the
county jail, beside bringing on him himself
self himself suspicion of being a criminal of
rather large caliber.
Singleton came in driving a good good-looking
looking good-looking car. He was well dressed and
bore the hallmarks of a man well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the world. He put up
at the Florida House and for some
time did nothing to bring on himself
any suspicion.
Saturday morning he came up
town and tried to cash a small check
at the Ocala National. He only
wanted a little spending money, he
said; and showed a pass book on the
Melbourne bank showing that he had
almost two hundred dollars in that in institution.
stitution. institution. Cashier Stokes of the
Ocala National told him he must be
identified before any checks were
cashed, whereupon Singleton wrote a
telegram to be sent to the Melbourne
bank, and also made. out a draft on
the same bank for two hundred dol dollars,
lars, dollars, which Mr. Stokes promised to
send at once. While Singleton was at
the bank, a messenger boy came for
his telegram, and Mr. Stokes noticed
that Singleton had considerable dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in finding in his pockets the
small sum of money needed to pre prepay
pay prepay the dispatch.
As no answer came to the telegram,
Mr. Stokes, supposing the telegraph
office was short of messengers, phoned
and soon found that Singleton, who
left the bank immediately after the
messenger, had overtaken the boy
and taken away the message, saying
he had decided not to send it. This
looked very suspicious and Mr. Stokes
immediately wired to the State Bank
ers Association of Jacksonville, giv
ing a description of Singleton, also
the number of his car, and soon there
came a dispatch from Miami, the
chief of police of that town asking
tha't both the man and the car be held.
Meantime, Mr. Stokes had thought
of something else. On the 12th of
August last, in New York City, a
man named Ben Binkowitz had taken
from a messenger of Richard Whit Whitney
ney Whitney & Co. a. package containing
$178,000 in liberty bonds, belonging
to the National Surety Company. The
details of this robbery with a picture
of the robber, his signature and other
information has been sent to every
bank in the United States, and Mr.
Stokes, on hunting up his copy, found
a strong similarity between Binko Binkowitz
witz Binkowitz and Singleton. About that time
the telegram from Miami arrived, and
Mr. Stokes informed the sheriff, who
at once put Singleton under arrest.
Singleton had been out in town,
tried to cash two or three small
checks and failed. He then went back
to the Florida House, where the sher sheriff
iff sheriff soon descended on him.
On searching Singleton's baggage,
there were found a number of pass passbooks
books passbooks on as many different banks.
Also there was found the expense ac
count check of H. T. Bryan, a young
traveling man whose acquaintance
Singleton had made only a few hours
before. He must have entered Bry Bryan's
an's Bryan's room and taken the check, while
the latter was out on the street, or
perhaps in another part of the hotel.
All this looked bad for Singleton,
but he was nevertheless treated witn
consideration, being given, a nice
room at Mr. Chalker's boardinghouse,
where great care will be taken that
he does not take cold before the Mi
ami officer comes for him.
Mr. Stokes has heard from the of
ficials of the Florida Bankers' Asso
ciation, who think he has landed a
party calling himself D. C. Roberts,
who has buncoed a number of unwary
bank cashiers in various parts of the
c ountry. If they have the right idea,
Singleton will have plenty of practice
in good, hard work before he is again'
a free man.
Singleton as he calls himself is' a
young man of twenty-five years oi
less; good-looking, well built and
neatly dressed. He has a shifty look
in his eyes, which is the only thing
detrimental to his appearance. Judg
hig from his talk, he is well acquaint
ed with the bright lights of Broad
way, and it is not unlikely that he is
one of the vanguard of crooks that

Initial Batik- of the Steel Strike
Took Place Saturday Night
at Gary, Ind.

(Associated Press)
Gary, Ind., Oct. G. State troops to today
day today patrolled the avenue leading to
the sttel plants and parts of the city
where disorders are liable to develop,
four coin-aiik:s arriving here late la.st
night, to prevent any resumption of
disorder by .ctike sympathizers.
STICKS AND STONES
Gary, Ind., Oct. o. Rioting broke
out here last night when a thousand
steel workers and sympathizers with
sticks and stones fought the police
and city firemen, injuring scores. The
fighting spread almost to the whole
southern part of the city and soon all
the hospitals were filled with wounded
and the jail filled with arrested men.
The fight was between squads and
also individuals. No shots were fired.
Trouble, which is the first here
since the strike was called September
22, started when several thousand
strikers were leaving a union meet meeting."
ing." meeting." The immediate cause was the
piesence of a number of non-strikers
en route to work on a steet car. The
strikers began to jeer and hoot the
men on the car, according to the po police,
lice, police, and soon sticks and stones began
to fly. A. V. M. C. A. secretary tried
to pacify the crowd after the motor motor-man
man motor-man and conductor fled," but it is re reported
ported reported that his appeals were answer answered
ed answered by missiles. There were three
women and three children on the car.
A riot call brought the police but
for a long time they were helpless,
despite the aid of nearry 500 special
police and between two and three
hundred deputies and thirty firemen.
The police finally announced the
situation under control after sending
out two squads armed with riot guns.
It was not necessary to fire a shot,
however.
About forty reported injured
mostly cuts and bruises. Meanwhile
on appeal of the mayor and sheriff,
the governor has ordered eleven com companies
panies companies of the state militia to Gary.
DUKE OF AO ST A
I NTER VIEWS D'ANN UNZIO
. Associated Press)
Paris, Oct. G. The Duke of Aosta
has' gone to Fiume, being charged by
the government to ask D'Annunzio
not to extend his operations about
the city, but to await a decision by
the Allies relative to the situation,
according to Rome advices.
DECIDED TO HOLD THE FAIR
At a meeting held Saturday after
noon in the courthouse in response to
a call made bv Vice-President C. W.
Hunter of the Marion County Fair
Association, it was decided to hold a
fair this fall as .usual.
Those in attendance at the meeting
were very enthusiastic about the
coming fair and it will doubtless be
the equal if not surpass "former oc
casions.
A meeting of the fair directors will
be held Thursdav afternoon to com
plete details for putting on the best
show7 Marion county has ever produc produced
ed produced in the way of an agricultural ex
hibition.
Everybody boost for i.he fair, as the
time for Work is short and it will take
some real hustling on the part of the
management to prepare for it.
expect to invade Florida this season.
He bears a strong family resem resemblance
blance resemblance to tho picture of Binkowitz.
Thp resemblance does not stand out
with the vividness of a movie, but
when the picture was taken Binkowitz
was in good .-pirits, looking his best,
while Singleton is looking decidedly
worried and frazzled. Such things
will make a great difference in a man
in a few weeks. His signature looks
very much like that of Binkowitz, the
little e, n, t and o almost duplicating
each, other.
The 'belief that he is Binkowitz
seems to be dispelled, however, by the
Associated Pre?s dicpatch at the be beginning
ginning beginning of this ftory, saying Binko Binkowitz
witz Binkowitz i. dead. That big newspaper,
the New York World, does not seem
entirely satisfied of this however, as
is shown by the following inquiry to
the Star received this afternoon:
New York, October 6.
Star, Ocala, Fla.:
Will you please wire the World if
the man arrested there of bond rob robbery
bery robbery is Benjamin H. Binkowitz and
what te have been taken to solve
the identification question.
The World.
Besides this, the sheriff, chief of
police and o:hors have received tele-
( Concluded on Fourth Page)

titer
CARY A. HARDEE
CARY HARDEE AND CATTS
HAVE SOME CORRESPONDENCE
Our Gov. Seems Touchy About a Pas
sage that Might Cause Him to
Infor TTa i Rimr Arnis of SmT.
pathizing with Anarchy.
Tallahassee, Oct. 2, 1919.
Hon Cary A. Hardee, Like Oak, Fla.:
Dear Sir: Inclosed please find
copy of letter which you have sent
fcut and in the third pasage it seems
to me that you have made a direct at attack
tack attack on nie.
I am, therefore, asking if you mean
to draw me into the fight by this
clause. You must remember that you
were more than feady to call the
house back to see whether you could
im peach me or not, and this second!
seeming insult will throw me on my
mettle against you if you mean to in involve
volve involve me in this fight between you
and Van Swearingen.
Will you kindly advise me what you
mean by this third paragraph?
Very respectfully,
Sidney J. Catts, Governor.
Copy of Letter that Drew Complaint
from Catts
My dear Sir: I have heard from
mutual friends that you have been
kind enough to express an interest in
my candidacy for governor, and I
want to assure you of my sincere ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for whatever oyu have said
or may say for me personally.
Of course I want to be elected. I
think that it is a laudable ambition to
wish to be governor of this great
state, and to help with my influence
as governor, to pass laws that will;
promote the interests of the state and
the welfare and prosperity of all th
citizens.
I cannot too strongly impress you,
however, with the fact that I do not
regard the fight that I and my friends
are engaged in as a contest to pro promote
mote promote the interests or the ambition of
any man or set of men. You and I
know that it will make very little
difference in a few years who is elect elected
ed elected now governor of Florida; certainly
the destinies of the state do not hang
upon the success of any one man. Men
come and go and pass from the stage,
and their places are soon filled, but it
is a matter of tremendous importance
to the reputation and to the welfare
of the state of Florida whether her
laws shall be administered in an im impartial,
partial, impartial, able, just and fearless way. In
other words whether this great state
shall have a government that is con consistent
sistent consistent with her greatness, one that
no citizen need be ashamed of, and
that is the kind of government I am
more ambitious to see established at
Tallahassee, than I am to be called
the governor of Florida. So that any anything
thing anything that you may do to help to es establish
tablish establish this kind of government, will
entitle you to the gratitude of every
patriot now in the state and of gen generations
erations generations of Floridians yet to come. I
believe that we are now facing a
gieat crisis in this state, and that the
danger which menaces law and order
is no imaginary danger, but a very
real one. and unless the thinking peo people
ple people of the ( state handle the situation
coolly and courageously, we will in inevitably
evitably inevitably be plunged into a vortex of
anarchy and bolshevism. the outcome
of which no one can predict.
Therefore, feeling as I do about the
matter, it is natural that I should be
supremely grateful that I have the
moral and active support of such lead leading
ing leading men as yourself in nearly every
community in the state. I have hun hun-dxeds
dxeds hun-dxeds of assurances already from
such men that they are fully alive .'to
the situation, and that they will put
forth every effort 'from now until the
primary closes to establish the kind
of government that I stand for. Of
course I need not remind a practical
man like yourself of the danger of
splitting our vote on individual fav favorites.
orites. favorites. It is absolutely necessary that
we should center on the one candi candidate
date candidate who has the best chance of be being
ing being elected, and stands for what we
believe in and stand for.
Sincerely and cordially yours,
Cary A. Hardee.
tiaraees uepiy 10 catts
J Hon. Sidney Catts, Tallahassee, Fla.:
f Dear Sir: I have your favor of the!

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Neither at Home Nor Abroad Do the
White Sox Seem Able to Stand
Up Against Cincy's Long-
Range Pitchers

(Associated Pr-ss)
Chicago, Oct. G. The weather this
morning was clear, indicating the
fifth game of the World's Series
would be played this afternoon. The
pitching sel?ctions for this afternoon
J are uncertain, hut ar far as indica indica-I
I indica-I tic ns from the White Sox camp
could bediscovered, Gleason probably
would send in Williams. It is possible
that Gleason may change at the last
minute and pitch James. Moran's
pitching choice seemed to lie between
Eller and Reuthers.
BATTERIES
Chicago, -Oct. G, 2:10 p. m. Bat-
: i : '!: ittm: 1 1 1
' virago, wuiams ana acnaiK;
Cincinnati, Eller and Rariden.
FIRST INNING
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago. 0.
SECOND INNING
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago, 0.
THIRD INNING
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago, 0.
FOURTH INNING
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago, 0.
FIFTH INNING
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago, 0.
SIXTH INNING
Cincinnati, 4; Chicago, 0.
Lynn is catching for Schalk, who
was put out of the game for protest protesting.
ing. protesting. SEVENTH INNING
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago, 0.
EIGHTH INNING
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago, 0.
. NINTH INNING
Cincinnati, 1; Chicago, 0.
Mayer pitching for Chicago.
SUMMARY
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3
Cincinnati 5
Chicago : 0
2nd, complaining of certain para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs of a form letter which was
mailed from my office with my sanc sanction
tion sanction and authority. I quote verbatim
the paragraph to which you object
and which it seems is quite likely to
"throw you on your mettle," as fol follows
lows follows :
"In other words whether this great
state shall have a government that is
consistent with her greatness, one
that no citizen need be ashamed of.
and that is the kind of government
that I am more ambitious to see
established at Tallahassee than I am
to be called the governor of Florida.
So that everything you may do to
help to establish this kind of govern government
ment government will entitle you to the gratitude
of every patriot now in the state and
of generations of Floridians yet to
come.' I believe we are now facing a
great crisis in this state, and that
the danger which menaces law and
order is no imaginary danger, but a
real one and unless the thinking peo people
ple people of the state handle the situation
coolly and courageously, we will in inevitably
evitably inevitably be plunged into a vortex of
anarchy and bolshevism."
If you object to the above para paragraph
graph paragraph and feel that it is a reflection
on you, then logically you concede
that your administration is not "con "consistent
sistent "consistent with the greatness of Florida'
and that her citizens have a "right
to be ashamed of it." If your adminis
tration has been one encouraging law
and order, and not anarchy and bol
shevism, why do you feel so strongly
that the language of the above para
graph should apply to you?
In the course of my campaign for
the- governorship, I shall adopt the
slogan, "Better government for Flor
ida." I shall in my literature and
from the platform stand for the rights
of all the people as distinguished
from the domination of a class, it
matters rot what class it may be. If
in preaching these doctrines, I run
counter to your views or condemn
practices to which you are commit
ted, then I cannot complain of your
active support of Mr. Swearingen for
governor. In fact his warm advo
j
cacy oi your cause wnne vou were a
candidate for governor, his accept acceptance
ance acceptance of the appointment of attorney
1 a
general at your nands, and your
close affiliation both personal and
political shows a congeniality of
views which inevitably must result in
mutual support each of the other.
In conclusion let me remind you,
however, that the unbiased patriotic
voter will usually commend the man
who runs his own campaign, and

Royal Ulster Yacht Club Challenges
the New York Yacht
Club

(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. G- The New York
Yacht Club has received from the
Royal Ulster Yacht Club a challenge
for a race to be sailed for the Amer America's
ica's America's cup during the summer of 1920
in American waters. The challenge
names the Shamrock IV., owned by
Sii Thomas Lipton, as its representa representative.
tive. representative. WANT TO START A RACE WAR
A Short Rope and a Swinging Limb
the Proper Treatment for Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Workers of the World
(Associated Press)
Akron, O., Oct. G. Evidence that
the Industrial Workers of .the World
oiganization is endeavoring to arouse
Akron negroes to action against law
and order was uncovered, the police
say, in arrests yesterday of a number
organizers and the seizure of in in-ammatory
ammatory in-ammatory pamphlets.
LYNCHING IN GEORGIA
(Associated Press)
Lincolnton, Ga., Oct. G. Jack Gor Gordon
don Gordon and Will Brown, negroes, were
lynched here this morning and their
bodies burned. The negroes were
charged with shooting Deputy Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Freeman and Boyce Fortson, near
here Saturday. Freeman ,is expected
to die. Mose Martin, a negro, was
killed by the posse yesterday during
the hunt for Gordon and several other
negroes were whipped for refusing to
give information as to the' where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of Gordon. The lynching oc occurred
curred occurred at 4 o'clock this morning after
Gordon had been taken from Sheriff
Kelley by a mob of one thousand.
Brown was being held by the mob
awaiting the arrival of Gordon, and
the two were strung up. After the
bodies had been riddled with bullets
they were placed on a pile of burning
wood.
Man Hunt in South Carolina
, Greenville, S. C, Oct. 6. Joe Tur
ner, a negro, charged with killing twe
policemen here yesterday during a
j;aid on a card game, is still being
sought by posses today.
SETTLED BRITISH STRIKE
London, Oct. 5. (By the Associat
ed Press.) With dramatic sudden
ness in the quiet of the London Sun
day afternoon it was announced to a
knot of people waiting in Downing
street that the great railway strike,
which appeared to have brought the
country almost to the brink of revolu-
titn, was settled, and that the strik strikers
ers strikers would resume work as quickly as
possible.
The terms of the settlement are in
the nature of a compromise. The Na
tional Union of Railwaymen agrees to
call off the strike, and the govern
ment consents to a renewal of the
negotiations, the continuance of the
existing wage scale for another year,
instead of six months as previously
oflered, and the establishment of a
minimum wage of 51 shillings while
thelcost of living is 110 per cent
above the pre-war level.
does not attempt to dictate to him
how he shall vote as between candi candidates
dates candidates for other positions.
Yours very truly,
Cary A. Hardee.
An airplane came over the city
about 3:40 p. m. today. It came from
the Avest, circled the town .without
landing, flew several miles to the
northeast, came back and as the Stai
closed up seemed: to be landing east
of the city at the landing field.
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To Sccuro Members for
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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919

OCALA EVEIIIIIG STAR

Published Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
11. It. Carroll, President
P. V. Leavvagood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Henjaxnln, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla.
second-class matter.

postofflc as

can would be proud that our president
should receive such things, the dis disposition
position disposition to give which came from the
genuine gratitude of the sorely-tried
hearts of those who saw in Wilson a
man who wis using his power un unselfishly
selfishly unselfishly in the direction of trying to
keep the world at peace.
THREE WOMEN

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about 1200 miles to the north.

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Electros must be mounted, or charge

Thank the Lord, few people get
enough to eat to make them bilious.
Every true American will be glad
to see Mr. Wilson recover. No man
row in public life is big enough to fill
his place.
The next time the people of Ard Ard-more
more Ard-more tell a man to stay out of their
town, he will probably have sense
enough to mind them.
The first real battle of the steel
strike took place at Gary, Ind., Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening. There will be plenty
more before its over.

Why didn't the United States sen senators
ators senators who are spasmodicizing with
indignation about Shantung kick up
a fuss about it while Germany was
holding it ?

Wonder why it is that these judges

who grant new trials because of er errors
rors errors .don't interfere with the errors
while they are being made? It would
save time and public money.
Up in TeVinessee, they have a

discover the killer of Robin J. Cooper.

.That suits us.
man who did
anyway.

The Miami Herald tells a sad story.
The Herald says this:
"Before the municipal court, yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, were three girls, all of whom
confessed, without hesitation, that
they had frequently been in the com company
pany company of men. They told the story in
full and gave many names of those
with whom they said they had con consorted
sorted consorted at different times. Two of
these girls have parents and homes
in Miami, and can be restrained and
cared for, to a certain degree. The
other is attempting to support her her-sejf
sejf her-sejf by her own work and she does
not receive sufficient money to pay
her expenses in the way of food,
clothing and a decent'room."
This is the first thought that strikes
as: These girls are ruined. Life, with
all its glories and pleasures, with all
its soft moonlight and its beautiful
sunshine, is shut away from them.
They can see them only in sadness.
The roses and lilies can never again

mean much to them.
And where are the miserable men
who wrought this ruin? Where are
the men who took all the joy from the

lives of these girls?
They are off boasting about it
somewhere. We can tell you that.
And let us tell you, dear, girl, that
if one of those unfortunate Miami
women were to come near you, you
would cringe away from her, and yet
might show no disposition to punish
one of these contemptible men. The
man who finally overcomes a woman's
Jirtue will eventually scorn her and
augh at her like they are now doing
the three women of Miami.
The man who takes a woman away
from the' straight patch of virtue is

taken back into "society." He often
becomes the lion. His arm goes around
the waist of an innocent girl. Thie girl
who has been ruined only walks alone
down the patch of shame.
We may not punish hat man here.
Some day he will be in hell. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
How about the men who won't pay
girls decent wages, and how about the
women who treat them as outcasts?
.Won't there be enough of them in hell
to keep the seducer from being lonesome?

. Gainesville has two fine football
teams and both won victories Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The University eleven defeated
the G. A. & M. 33 to 2. The High
School team defeated the Orlando
High School team, in Orlando, by 13
to 0. The Ocala High School should
have a good football team. It has
the boys, and football would make
them better men.

A Russian general makes an apol apology
ogy apology to this country's department of
state for the flogging of an American
soldier. Very good as far as it goes,
but probably not entirely satisfactory
to the man who was flogged. He'd
prefer some ointment more directly
applied. Lakeland Telegram.
He would prefer a fifteen-minute
executive session with the man who
did the flogging.
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Calendars fix Thursday, November
27, as Thanksgiving day, but what
about combining the celebration with
armistice day, which is earlier in
November and would not bring holi holidays
days holidays so near to each other. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Sensible suggestion like most
other sensible suggestions, not likely
to be adopted.
What's the matter with the educa educational
tional educational system of Marion county that
the Ocala Star should demand an
"adding machine" for the county
superintendents' office? Don't they
teach the fundamentals of arithmetic
there? Tampa Tribune.
No, friend Trib; they teach the
fundamentals of arithmetic in the
schoolhouses.

J. H. Spencer

W. R. Pedrick

We don't want the
the good deed caught

Those who maintain there is no hell
are kindly asked to tell us, then,
where's Germany's idea of world con conquest
quest conquest gone ?--Tampa Tribune.
We have a strong suspicion that it
is yet in Germany.
Thorn of the Palm Beach Pos and
Felkel of the St. Augustine Record,
complain that they lose all their good
thoughts because the telephone rings
while they are thinking them and
doesn't stop until they have forgotten
them. Wish to goodness we could ex explain
plain explain it that way. We can answer the
phone with one hand and think with
the other, but no brilliant thought
ever has a chance to get away from
us

Some of those patriots who stayed
off the 'firing line during the war, now
want to know what the American
Legion means by "universal military

training." The American Legion,

which is made up of the men who

fought and suffered and won the war,

;doesn't want the country shoved un

prepared into another war. Trained

men themselves, they want the boys
growing up now to have their training

witn tneir scnoonng, so tney may
never have to face well-drilled troops

I before they know hayfoot from straw

loot, li tnere is ever, anotner war,

and the prospects are good for an

other soon, we want every able-bodied

man in the country drafted and set
to doing his bit, whether it be on the

firing line or down in a coalpit. The
same salary for the man that carries
the rifle as for the man who makes

munitions. We want the whole, coun

try to work and fight together and
be poor together, and when it is over
and the men from the front come, back
in khaki we want them to meet men

in overalls, not men in silk shirts and
rainbow ties, and with wide yellow

streaks down their backs.

And now it comes to light that
Mr. Wilson hasn't been given any
great gifts by Europeans. A little
gold box containing a document con conferring
ferring conferring the freedom of an English
cUy was about the,most costly of the
lot. Its value is principally senti senti-,
, senti-, mental. One would think an Ameri-

MICKIE SAYS

F NOV) 'Pft&CtKTE Vft "tU. SOVAC
I tvaS te 'v -Tut KNttse. vsieuvy
ALWAYS BOOSfiMS

MICKEY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL

A guy living in Great Bend, Kan
sas, writes us as follows:

"Having had the good fortune to
discover the truths that the universe
contains no real god, that man has no
soul and that life ends forever at
death, and believing this knowledge
to be of greatest importance to all
people, I write to offer my services
free to the readers of your publica publication
tion publication to inform them of these truths
being discovered, if you will kindly
furnish me space for a series of ar

ticles or lessons explaining and prov
ing them."
If we thought that person could de
liver the goods, he could have the en

tire paper. But we are afraid he

can't fool anybody but himself.

Didn't begrudge the soldiers their
turkey last year, but maybe this sea season,
son, season, when the government will not
be buying all the turkeys in the coun country
try country we may get a bite of dark meat
along in November sometime.
Times-Union.
Tens of thousands of soldiers didn't
even smell turkey last year. If we
have any turkey this year, some ex ex-soldiers
soldiers ex-soldiers will help us eat it.
The American soldier guard thru thru-out
out thru-out the area occupied by the Ameri American
can American army in Germany has been dou doubled,
bled, doubled, owing to reports reaching head headquarters
quarters headquarters that a general strike and up uprising
rising uprising under the auspices of the Spar Spar-tacan
tacan Spar-tacan wing of the government social socialists
ists socialists is due within a few days.
That flogging of an American sol soldier
dier soldier by Cossacks, is a reminder that
when we had the chance we did noth nothing
ing nothing to put the fear of God and the
American flag into the heart of the
Don. Miami Herald.
The Don Cossacks, dear Herald,
make the backbone of the army of
Denekine, -who is fighting the bol bol-sheviki.
sheviki. bol-sheviki. There have been no Ameri American
can American troops nearer the Don Cossack

Pleasant Holt of the Jacksonville
city council wants the government to
abolish Camp Johnston. As long as
we have no national guard, the gov government
ernment government should keep at least fifteen
hundred regular soldiers in Florida,

and Camp Johnston is the best place
for them. What's a biting Pleas,
anyhow.

Civilians at Miami have been chew

ing the rag for months about the bad

water for that city. Now come the

members of the American Legion and

say there must be less jaw work and

more paw work tnat something

must be done. There is a whole lot

of things the hoys can do and they

can t begin too soon.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS AT OCALA

According to Both Railroad and Local

Time Schedules

Seaboard Air Line

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Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
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2:15a 2:20a No. 2 1:15a 1:20a
(Southbound)

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Local Agents for the Old Reliable
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maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
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WANTED Phosphate mine mill
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carpenters and handy men for work
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day, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com

fortable this winter by buying your
wood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby saving the
profits of the city wood yard. Orders
filled anywhere in the city. Phone
39 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m

FOR SALE Seaboard restaurant.
Other business interests make sale
necessary. Apply to R. A. Sandifer,
Ocala, Fla. 3-6t

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Keep a bottle on your shelf for emergencies.
Ask your druggist for it.
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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cop Cop-tract
tract Cop-tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

FOR SALE A miscellaneous lot of
furniture and household goods. May
be seen at residence of Mrs. Smith
McAteer, South Third street, next to
primary school. 30-6t

WANTED Your order for high
grade office stationery. Star Job
Office. 26-tf

FOR SALF, Complete wood mill, in including
cluding including delivery truck. Everything
ready to run. Terms if desired. See
me at once. F. W. Ditto, Ocala. 30-tf

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it

in good condition before re-selling.

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity order.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 16-tf

FOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup Hup-mobile
mobile Hup-mobile in first class condition. For
demonstration see Collier Brothers,
Ocala, Fla. 18-tf

RANROAD

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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
Leave 'Arrivfe
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:20 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Taropa-Manatee 1:35 pm
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1:42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'nesvlll 10:12 pm.
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10:13 pm. Lees burg C :42 am
'45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuadajr. Thursday. Saturday.

Jonteel Rouge in three colors, rec rec-cmmedned
cmmedned rec-cmmedned and sold by Gerigs Drug
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919

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There is no sense of man ihc.
that is more vitally im-P
portant than sight. Your
cannot afford not to secjS
have efficient eyesight. wfcv
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Eyesight Specialist
Optometrist and Optician.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

HEADQUARTERS
for
Goodyear
Kelly-Springfield

Michelin and

. Diamond
Tires ands Tubes

U

If you have any society items for

the Star, please phone five-two-three.

Mr. Charles Lloyd of Jacksonville
spent the week-end ill Ocala.
Mrs. Anna Holder returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Cincinnati and French Lick

Springs, Ind.

Oct readv vour fall garden. We

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have jiew seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Mr. James H. Badger of Oldtown,

is one of the Confederate veterans at attending
tending attending the reunion at Atlanta this
week.

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Stone, Brick, Wood,
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Building

D. McCasMU I
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j.

Miss Russ'of Tampa is the guest

for a week of Prof, and Mrs. P. H.

Hensley on Daugherty street, arriv arriving
ing arriving Saturday.

Mr. Arthur T. Williams returned to

Arcadia last night, having spent sev several
eral several days in Ocala with his family at
theresidence of Mr. G. T. Maughs.

Home made-candy fresh every day,

at W. A. Stroud's- 1-tf

Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Home,
and her friends are intersted in her
approaching marriage, which will oc occur
cur occur October 14th. Mr. Daniel, a pop popular
ular popular young man of Daytona, is cashier
of a bank there.

TUCKER-SMITH

THE DARKEST HOUR

By JACK LAWTON.

Mrs. A. O. Bennett of Atlanta ar

rived in Ocala Saturday and is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

T. Lancaster, on Oklawaha avenue,

for a delightful visit.

Mr. William Avera, pleasantly re remembered
membered remembered in Ocala, now traveling for
the F. W. King Candy Co. of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, arrived last night and is being
greeted by his numerous friends.
Among the spectators from Ocala
at the football game in Gainesville
"Saturday were Messrs. L. E. Futch,
Julian Bullock and W. T. Gary, who
drove to Gainesville Saturday in Mr.
Gary's car.

Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinary, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida

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Let us vulcanize all of your old used

tires which can possibly be saved in
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positively prolongs the life of both

tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big

saving we can create for you in your

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PFONE 78
Oklawaha Ave

Ocala. Fla.

An interesting event of today was
the wedding at the. Methodist parson parsonage
age parsonage at two o'clock this afternoon,
when Miss Jocelyn Smith became the
bride of Mr. Edward Tucker.
The ceremony, which was witnessed
by only the immediate relatives, was
performed by Rev. Smith Hardin,
who used the impressive ring service.
The bride, who was unattended,
was married in her going away gown,
a tailor made, of navy tricotine, with

accessories in keeping with the mode
and becomingness, and she wore a

jchic turban of velvet with goura

feathers.
Following the ceremony, Mr. and
Mrs. Tucker were driven to the union
station, where they boarded the train
for Jacksonville and will sail from
there tomorrow via the Clyde Line
Lenape for an extended wedding tour
in the north and east.
Mrs. Tucker, who is an unusually
pretty girl, is the daughter of Mrs. C.
E. Coody, and has lived in Ocala only
a short time, but has many friends
and admirers who rejoice that her
marriage does not take her away
from here.

Mr. Tucker has lived nearly all his
life in Ocala and is a deservedly

popular young man, being esteemed
for his keen business qualities and
loyalty and integrity. He is the own owner
er owner of the Ford garage here, and is
agent iif this section for the Ford au automobile.
tomobile. automobile. Upon their return to Ocala in
about a month, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker
expectto go to housekeeping, as soon
as negotiations for a residence are
completed.
Complimenting her sister, Mrs.

i Charles Lloyd, who expects soon to
Peptona is the ideal Tonic, and is go to Jacksonville to reside, Mrs.
only one dollar for a full pint bottle, Harvey Clark entertained -most
plus the war tax of four cents. Gerig's charmingly at her home on South Sec Sec-Drug
Drug Sec-Drug Stores 29-tf ond street Saturday afternoon. The
rooms were cool and inviting, an ar ar-Mrs.
Mrs. ar-Mrs. Jessie Palmer Alsop and son, rangement of coral vine -and dahlias
William, were the overnight guests of in vases being effective. There were
relatives and friends yesterday en three tables of auction players, top
route to Clearwater, where they will score being made by Mrs.. F. H.
spend the winter with Mrs. Julia H. Logan, who was presented with a
Palmer. Mrs. Alsop and little son wooden cake patter in a most attrac-

spent the summer in California. j tive gift box. The consolation prize,

7 : j a glass of home made guava jelly,

There will be a meeting, of toe W.I went to Mrs. K. C Camp, while the

C. T. U. tomorrow afternoon at 3:30honoree was presented with a pyrex

at the Presbyterian church. As this I baking dish. Refreshments of per

ia a call for election of officers, all j f ection salad, cheese straws and hot
members are urged to be present, and J biscuit, pineapple sherbet and iced tea

chairmen are requested to bring in j were served, and enjoying this de

written reports of the year's work. Jlightful affair were Mrs. Jack Camp,

Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mrs. M. W. Lloyd,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Kelly and j Mrs. F. H. Logan, Mrs. H. C. Dozier,

little son of Gainesville were the I Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs. A. E. Gerig,

week-end guests of Mrs. Kelly's par-(Mrs L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Frank Harris,

ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moorhead. Mrs. H. L. Borland, Miss Mary Bur

Returning with them to Gainesville J ford and the honoree, Mrs. Charles

today was Miss Louise Spencer, who Lloyd.

will be their guest for a week's visit. I

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. . Judge David S. Williams, after a
Misses Callie Gissendanervand El- most nleasant. snmmPi. snimim with

len Stripling Messrs. Roscoe Meffert his daughters at Marcellus, N. Y., and

ana a urea ureen ana Mrs. w- visits to various friends around his

stripling motored to uamesvine &at- ol horaej returned to Ocala last night

uiuay i witness we igoioau game and is being warmiy greeted by his

U"n"" vuirsBii.jr uu vcuKi i numerous friends here

A. & JYl.. and remained lor the dance.

ar -w-i -r i I - o ---- v.

ivirs. u. barney, wno is matron mihtv ennrl noV nil tM VMk Pircf

1 -r 1 -mr r .. I o o

ox nonor lor, jonn m. martm ump, piece of our maii we opened this
S. C. V., left yesterday afternoon for morriing was a photograph of a
Atlanta .and will join her sister. Mrs. mighty pretty -girl, who we know to

uuena wnson mimms, wno is matron bo as good and smart as she is pretty.

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camps, at tne neomont ior tne extent Mrs. L. W. Ponder left yesterday

4WUMj nticxc tic Will UC IIIC

PUest of Mr. anrl ATre Nolenn r.olco

Ttair tt -a WoieVi r, ttv, I :r : w.. ----

" wtmiM uuwu, fiunnP' thp rpnnmn

XT T 4Zn 1 xL l Ii. J. xl. t i I ......

x. iiiicu me puipiL at tne xresoy-

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iwiaii uiurcii ywtexuay at uom morn- The mus ca ennoert. nt Silver

ing and evening services, and made Springs was greatly enjoyed by the
a splendid impression on the congre- visitors ta that nnnnin rert oo,,

r nril. : i-1 1

Kttwu"- cv. ttcioh win again buyyiy i afternoon.

the vacancy in the Presbyterian pul-
i a 1 J 11 tm V -m

pit tne ioiiowing two Sundays, and Mrs. G. A. rarmirWl lft s,,,iv

while in Ocala is a guest of Mrs. J. 1 for Atlanta to be present at the

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Confederate reunion.

Has anybody eloped with our cor-

Symphony Lawn Paper by the

pound. The highest class paper manu- respondent at Belleview?

iactured. we also have a goodly stocKl

of Lord Baltimore paper, the depend

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WANTED!

Olive Thomas, the Harrison Fisher

girl, will be seen today at the Tern- All MaXWell tar Owners 10

pie in a dual role, in a beautiful photo-1

drama entitled "Toton." This is a pic- nnUW 01 UUr tUICiency IB UCn
ture that wX lnr,i interest: t.n tVio vew

happiest of endings. Miss Thomas, Ural Repair Work Oil UliS Make

who appeared here in "The Follies

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ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Girl," a short time ago, made quite a

hit. An L-Ko. comedy will be seen

today also.

After the meeting of the executive

committee of the Woman's Club Sat

urday afternoon, the ladies were the

guests of the president, Mrs. W. T.
Gary, atthe Court Pharmacy, where

ice cream was enjoyed by the follow following:
ing: following: Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Osborne, Mrs.

Peek, Miss Meffert, Mrs. Harold, Mrs.
Green, Mrs. J. W. Hood, Mrs. G. W.

Martin, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Walter Generator, Starter and

Marsh, Mrs. K. a. Bullock and Mrs.

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SERVICE
at
REASONABLE PRICES

Henry.

Iciver & laclay

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. 885
OCALA, FLORIDA

The Atlanta Sunday American con

tained the following announcement:

"Mrs. Martha Anne Home of Ash-

burn announces the engagement of

her daughter, Bertha, to Rufus Har

dee Daniel of Daytona, Fla., the mar marriage
riage marriage to take place in the near fu

ture;"

Miss Home visited in Ocala this

summer, the guest of -V her cousins

All Electrical System
Troubles Remedied on
Short Notice

Maxwell Repair Shop
(Ask for Mr. Yonce)
YONGE BLOCK
Corner Fort King and Osceola

As Leila sat. wide-eyed and sleepless
before her bedroom window, the moon
turned the sandy stretch of beach be below
low below "into gleaming silver. For hours
the ?irl had tossed restlessly upon her
pillow, until at last she had arisen and
dressed, hoping, when the last guest
of the hotel retired within doors, to
slip out unseen and settle her prob problem
lem problem In the open silence of the night.
Money, not just enough to be com comfortable
fortable comfortable in her own home, but money
sufficient to satisfy all the pent-up de desires
sires desires of her heart. She might travel,
he miuht see luxuriously the won wondrous
drous wondrous sights of the world; she might
have, at hand the whlte-trelllsed gar garden
den garden which had long been her dream
the monotonous office with Its weary
routine would be forever banished If
she would but accept the conditions of
her querulous old uncle's will; and Its
condition was a husband of his choos choosing.
ing. choosing. Leila knew slightly this man whom
her uncle favored with his choice, and
the "knowing' had caused her sleep sleepless
less sleepless night. Tomorrow she must give
her answer. It was the last day of de decree.
cree. decree. She hated the chosen man's
sneering smile, she hated the shrewd shrewdness
ness shrewdness of his cold eyes, but she knew

that he would willingly enact his part.

because of the prize In store.

It was like Uncle Jared to select
such a man as custodian of his accu accumulated
mulated accumulated wealth; this new secretary
had won the old man's admiration by
his cautious cleverness, as Leila had
won it, by her devotion throughone of
his Illnesses.
Now the girl came slowly like a
white wraith down the moonlit sands
and seated herself there to watch the
dawning. When the. sun rose, shining
across the waters, sMe must have made
her decision. The breeze lifted gently,
the curling ends of the long braid
which hung over her shoulder, she had
not waited to fasten up her beautiful
hair for she was sure of being alone.
Yet back among the purple shadows
another figure moved at her approach.
"I beg your pardon," he said frankly,
"I thought I should be quite alone
here at this hour; or," he bent smiling
to look into Leila's face "have I sur surprised
prised surprised 'the spirit of morning?'

"I came to settle a troubled ques question,"
tion," question," she answered him seriously.
"The moonlight seemed to point down
this 'path and. I also wished' to be
alone."
The man lingered. "Why, that was
my case exactly," he said. "I was
threshing things out by myself up
there In the hotel and my disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment seemed too big for the Indoors,
so I brought It out."
"Disappointment?" queried the girl.
All at once the stretching beach with
its deep shadows was an alarming ex expanse
panse expanse in which to be alone. Childish Childishly
ly Childishly she longed for companionship and
companionship was near.. This very
nice young man with the kind eyes
might In some Indirect way even help
her In her decision.
"Disappointment?" she questioned
again encouragingly and he dropped
down beside her on the sands.
"Something," he began, "the hour
perhaps, or the sympathetic Interest
of your tonej urges me to be confi confidential.
dential. confidential. "I have been studying most of my
life, you see, with an object to accom accomplish
plish accomplish the central object of my future

career. To the furtherance of this ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment has been held out to me
an encouraging promise of financial
support. I depended upon It for I knew
that I could double the money be

stowed. Without it, at present, I am
helpless, and after years of laboriously
getting the necessary money together
It would probably be too late for the
fulfillment of my dreams.
"Last night only I learned that the
old friend who had been so enthusi enthusiastically,
astically, enthusiastically, interested In my enterprise
and who had given the promise of its
support, had died during my recent ab absence
sence absence and had made a hasty will leaving-
all 'his property to a niece upon
condition that she marry his latest sec secretary,
retary, secretary, one who 'had in some way
gained the old man's favor. The will,
of course, Is just. Heretofore I had no
knowledge of this niece's existence.
My friend, Jared Long, died at this
hotel a week ago. I came on here to
learn details.
"The unexpected outcome of the will
Is merely one of life's disappointments.
The bitter hardness of It to me lies In
the fact of the failure forever of my
achievement. Pardon me," ended the
man abruptly. "I have been musing
aloud and had almosf forgotten my
listener."
Tensely the girl leaned forward, a
glimmer of light across the water
shone In her eager eyes, her red lips
parted breathlessly.
"And If," she asked, tthls niece of
old Jared's should refuse his request?"
"The property the'n would strangely
revert to me," the young man replied.
Leila stood up before him. Like a
freed creature she stretched her arms
forth to the rising sun.
"The darkest hour," she murmured
softly, "is just before the dawn. Per

haps your darkest bOur of disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment has already past. And mine I
wonder T'
Smiling she looked up Into the man's
eyes.
"I want to see you again," he said
suddenly. Imperatively. "I must see
you again."
Then side by side the two walked
on together Into the golden path of
the sun.

GO TO

GOLDMAN
FOR

'Coffins and Caskets,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Magnolia Street, fhOSimZ
Opposite Court House. HJdlCI IL IU.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE

99

Let us quoto you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
ones.
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD. Blgr.
N. Magnolia SL
OCALA FLORIDA.

If Everything Was As
vCheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, howerer, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
.

OcaHa Ice & PacMing Co.

AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIRING

SPECIAL
PRICES
OVERHAUL
ING
FORD
ENGINES

We are thoroughly equipped to handle repair-work on all makes
of cars. Nothing but experienced workmen and all work fully guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Inn Tubes vulcanized. Full line of the famous Two-in-Onw
InnerTubes, either 30 x 3 or 30 x 3; price, $3.25.
Standard Gas, Oils and Grease. Full Line of Ford Parts.
Our place, (the old Ford Garage) is open from 6 a. m. until 10 p.
m every day in the year; where you are invited to call and Tet us
serve you.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE ?da
121 W. Broadway J; s. engesser, Prop. Phonc258

THE WIMPSOR HOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eac room- Dining room service is
second to none. f
RATES From $1.50 per y per peruon to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. KAVANAUGH,
Manager. Proprietor.

P. O. BOX 606

STAR JOB

DEPARTMENT

PHONE 51

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS. FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.

WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

If the otner fellow can make advertisirn: pay w,hy not youj Call phone 51.



OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919

Bring'your car to
Baxter & Grubbs
(G a r a g e
for the best and quickest
service.
We repair all makes of
cars.
We w as h, polish and
pull in cars from any distance.

Open 6 a. in. to 10 p. m.
Tompkins' Stable Corner

We Buy and Sell
Second land Cars

Shop Phone 516
Resident Phone 536

BEAN SEED

We have bean seed for fall plant-

ing; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 perk After several days of illness, Miss

tmsnei; green beans at $9 per bushel, j Sidney Perry's friends are glad tt

resume her place at

14-tf

OcaL'; Seed Store.

j A BED RENOVATOR
j Is now here, located in the Chace
(building, Oklawaha avenue and Or-
ange street. Phon 112. J. E. Drew, tf
. Get reaay your talt garden. We
hav new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
j NOTICE

LATEST LOCALS

see her able to

the Book Shop.

CHIMINAL IS OF
SMALLER CALIBER

(Continued from First Page)

at

Home made candy fresh every day,
W. A. Stroud's. 1-tf

i All state and county licenses are
I now due. Any one doing business
i without license is violating the law.
i W. W. Stripling,
2-3t t Tax Collector.

Advertise in the Weekly Star.

!

!
!

We can furnish you with tHe
fclowing
, HIGH GRADE
CITRUS TRES
PINEAPPLE,
PARSON RJIOWN,
VALENCIA LATE,
LUE GIM GONG,
TANGERINE.
VVARTMANN NURSERY 0
Ocala, Florida.

Chief Thomas also has a man wait waiting
ing waiting for an officer from Miami. The

person is J. L. Melvm, and he is ac

cused of grand larceny, assault and
battery.

Those Kant Leak Nipples will suit

the baby, and they are better than

other nipples. Gerig's Drug Store.

Mr. L. W. Duval returned Saturday

night from Kentucky, where he has

been on a visit to his wife and little
daughter, who will follow him home
when the weather becomes cooler.

Home made candy fresh every day,
at W. A. Stroud's. 1-tf

M j

X

p

(TT TP?

ON '1MR AUGHT
' v
This product is made by the Tampa Brewing
Company by the same process used ever since
its'establishment. It induces appetite, aids di digestion
gestion digestion and supplies the body with muscula ren ren-ergy.
ergy. ren-ergy. Try it.
5 and 10 Cents a Glass
; : r-
Arrangements are under way for furnishing
our patrons with all kinds of
SEA FOODS SANDWICHES ETC

Postmaster Rogers and wife are
home, the one from Lake City, the
other from Jacksonville, where they
have been visting relatives and
friends, and both are much benefited
by their outing. v
It kills, the bedbugs, and destroys
all the. eggs as well in fact, it exter

minates the whole breed wherever
you ;apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
-js for sale only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-tf

grams asking about the man, who is
now probably of greater fame than
ho ever was or ever will be.
Sheriff Galloway Thinks Singleton,
who has a number of other names,
never was big enough to steal $178, $178,-000
000 $178,-000 in liberty bonds, but is an ordi ordinary
nary ordinary confidence man; not a very
skillful one at that.
In case people, wonder why a man
who stole, $178,000 worth of liberty
bonds less than two months ago is
now trying to beat a couple of small

town banks out of $200, it must be

remembered that liberty bonds are

atout the most duhcult property in

the world for a thief to dispose of.
They are all numbered and lettered
and Uncle Sam makes it his special

business to know who has them. If

even a little one is missing, every
bank in 'the country will have its
number in a week, and only an un-

cautious person will try to dispose of

them to somebody he doesn't know.
Any man who buncoes Henry

Stokes will have his job cut out for
him. A bank cashier who sticks
closely to the rules that centuries of
experience have laid down, and keeps
his eyes open beside (and that de describes
scribes describes Henry) is a mighty good per

son for a crook to stay away from. j

'J1

FUNERAL DIRECTORS and E 171 BALM ERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No charg; for delivery of cukeU anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JIL,
Licensed Embalm era
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT!
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always Ihe lowesL
Round Steak ..25c I Best Pork Chops 35c
Loin Steak ...30c Pork Sausage 25c.
Stew Meat 15c
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

Come and Get a Cool One!
Open (ill Twelve O'clock.

MfflLLEK JM

Ocala House Wine Room Old Stand
Ocala Florida

fm

- if f
ten jmMi Im h
rrT-nV:;r..-... 2 fll ,.,.

ZESTFUL and sparkling
Orange-Crush tempts
the thirst and allays it com completely
pletely completely refreshing one.
Orange-Crush is made from the fruit oil,
pressed from fresh ripe orange's, and such
other wholesome ingredients as pure gran granulated
ulated granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric
"acid found in (oranges lemons and grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. '
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
5c by the bollle. Less by the case.

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Henderson,'
rescue evangelists from Jacksonville,
spoke briefly and interestingly of
their work in both the Baptist and
Methodist churches yesterday, and
seemed to win the sympathy and ap approbation
probation approbation of both 'congregations. Mr.
and Mrs. Henderson intend to have
a series of tent meetings in the in interest
terest interest of rescue mission work here
during the' next week or two. Rev.;
C. M. Brittain will open their meet

ing tomorrow night and Rev. Smith
Hardin will perform the same duty j
Thursday evening.

.
Home made candy fresh every day.!

at W. A. Stroud's. 1-tf I

. i
I
W. K. Lane, M. D- Physician ana'

ourgeon, specialist feye, .ar, ixose ana

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

FOR SALE Six-room house with
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
F.E. Harris. 6-3t

FOR SALE Nice residence in good
neighborhood. Bargain at $3800.- Easy
terms. Apply to P. O. Box ,575. 6-m
LOST One 12 x 14 wall tent on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue, between the 6 and 7 7-mile.
mile. 7-mile. posts. Finder please notify Star
ofiice and receive reward. 6-6t

A full line of Ingersoll watches just
is at Gerig's- Drug Store. 29-tf
.
AHUUMD im WORLD

WITH THE AMEBI

J2JED CROSS.

Junior Red Gross.

VIA

W,

Early 'In "the participation of the
United States in the world war, the
American Red Cross perceived the
rlu of mobilizing the school children
of the country and th Junior Red
Croat was organized. Btfore the war
ended" nine million children were en enrolled
rolled enrolled and helped in the war fund
and membership campaigns. In chap chapter
ter chapter production of relief suppliea and
manufacturing furniture for the ref ref-vgees
vgees ref-vgees whose homes and household
goods were destroyed.
Children everywhere In the United
Statei responded to the call to serv service
ice service founded by President Wilson as
head of the American Red Cross.
This photograph Is that of an en en-thuslatlc
thuslatlc en-thuslatlc yeung Japanese member of
the Junior Rer Cross of Spokane,
Wash., starting out on the ambitious
ttdertaklng of collecting Ma mile of
pennies" for "war relief. A compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive peace program is now being
worked out for the Junior Red Cross,
which Is being ireld intact.

Fresh Flower Seed just
Gerig's Drug Store.

in at
29-tf

qvstv ?ase.

r T
;
On buildii with broacl roof
areas, oa c oaring tky-rirjrs,
and all kinds of farm buildings,
Certain-teed RccfAicr 13 Hving
lasting 'and complete vcr.ther

protection

On every sort of building it is turning bick
rain end sncv,', het and cold, year rftt. yor,
with almost no up-keep cost. Severest weather
cannot zSzzz ::.
Cirtain-ttcd Roofing; is casu? ir.d quicicV iaid
by anyone who will follow ihe directions that'
come wiii the roll. It costs less than the
ordinary kind of rcofinr, an? lsts much
longer. It sturdily stands aipur.s t.'s a
real fire protection. It canTioi ccrrocc c rust.
For your buHdinjs new or old brc or small
in the city or country Cejcm-tczt is the
logical roofinj investment.
Certain-tied is made in roils, both cmociii
and rough surfaced (red or green) aba in
handsome red or green ssjhjut riiriici icr
residences. Ccrtain-UeJii extra quai.ty ic:
came means cert aim j cf cuality and sni: ra ration
tion ration guaranfcr. It will pay you to f-tt
Crrtattt-teedmost dealer- it. ..'.: e- r
Certain-tied and be turc to get u.
Certain-tccd Products Co: pz. z-Ctzn
Offices md Warehouse in Principal Cities

Crtaintfd PiL-rta
and Varnisbe are tue
hiffbett quality anfl will
tire you the le.
salt aad mo ft ecc ecc-nouxicai
nouxicai ecc-nouxicai result.

1 zl-'lZ' 1 ,.-r-rr ;

V.' 1 : VVIi t wmw' ,1

Mc Mc May
Wholesale and Retail Distributors
Certain .Teed
faints Roofing Varnishes

Certain-teed
Products
TODD LUMBER COMPANY

Certain -T e e d
Roofing
MARION HARDWARE CO.

i

Advertise in the Star for result



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