Weather Forecast: Fair tonight
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1919.
VOL 26, NO. 245
TRAITOR WILL BE
POT ON TRIAL
Military Authorities at Gary and Sec Secret
ret Secret Service Men Have Run Down
the Bomb Makers
Chicago, Oct. 14. The military au authorities
thorities authorities at Gary, Ind., anonunced to today
day today they hoped to make the maker of
the Gimbel and other bombs under ar arrest
rest arrest within a few hours. Secret Ser Service
vice Service men said they knew the name,
habits and manufacturing methods of
the individual they claim made most
of the ;bombs. They said they had ar arrested
rested arrested the man who blew up the en entrance
trance entrance to the Chicago postofnce a year
PLAN ATTACK ON TROOPS
Gary, Ind., Oct. 1 Pamphlets an announcing
nouncing announcing a plan to wrest control of
this city from the federal troops were
scattered throughout the down town
district yesterday. The bulletins call called
ed called on the workers to rise against the
military." Colonel W. Mates, com commanding
manding commanding the federal troops here, is issued
sued issued a statement saying: "It is the
most dapgerous situation we have had
;ta deal with, but it will be dealt with
THE CAR SITUATION
Washington, Oct. 14.AValker D.
Hines, director generai of railroads,
today "authorized the following:
The railroads of the country are
now doing a heavier business for the
present season of the year than was
4 ever done tin the history of the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. While the bad order car sit situation'
uation' situation' was ; greatly embarrassed by
the extensive strikes among the shop shopmen
men shopmen in August, the percentage of bad
cars is now rapidly improving. While
the freight business' is practically as
heavy as at this time last year, the
Srailroad administration in performing
that business is unavoidably deprived
of many exceedingly important aids,
which is was able to utilize last year.
One of -these, is the zoning of coal,
which last year compelled consumers
. to take their coal from nearby mines,
' and thereby greatly increased the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of coal ;transpcrtation. This
advantage ha, necessarily been lost
because the coal zoning-law was ter terminated
minated terminated last winter. V
; Another is that last year there
was much heavier loading of many ;
important commodities than it has
been possible to secure this year, and
the result is that .under conditons,
more cars havetobe used forthe
same amount of trafficthan were used
last year, ;
The fact that there is still a short shortage
age shortage in rail transportation is due to the
condition that the amount of business
offering is far in excess of the trans transportation
portation transportation facilities bf the country.
- This has-always been true in this,
country, in times of heavy business,
in .the autumn" months, except last"
year, when the matter could be and
was controlled .with an iron hand,
with a view solely to war necessities.
At the same time railroad facilities-!
have not expanded 'to the extent re required
quired required in the public interest. Even
prior to the war, railroad facilities
- were not equal to the, demand. Dur During
ing During the war the addition of new facili-
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Tires and Tubes
OLD S MO BILE
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
All the Transcontinental Flyers Will
Check in by'this Afternoon
Mineola, Oct. 14. With twelve of
the sixty-two original starters safely
across the continent and preparing to
start on the return flight, the first half
of the trans-continental race entered
its final phase today. By sundown it
is expected the remaining contestants
'would have checked it at the two sea seaboard
board seaboard control stations.Tjieut. Mayn Mayn-ard
ard Mayn-ard expected to leave San Francisco
The big lime kiln near Oakhurst,
two miles south of "town, belonging
to J. M. Meffert and managed by C.
G. Frazier, was- almost entirely de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by a 'fire that broke out about
three o'clock this morning.
The fire broke out in the big shed
over the boilers that furnished steam
for the plant. There was considerable
machinery in this shed, and the dry dryness
ness dryness of the timber with more or less
grease on it made it very inflam inflammable.
mable. inflammable. It has always been looked
after, however, and was not supposed
to be in any danger. It is supposed a
tongue of fire ffora one of the big
furnaces near licked out further than
was thought possible, hit the dry
boards and the structure was ablaze
Lin an instant.
1 Mr. Frazer, the manager, and his
force of men turne dout at once and
fought the fire with steam pump and
bucket brigade, but could make little
headway against such a fierce blaze.
Neighbors came in and the city fire
department brought one of its chem chemical
ical chemical engines,, but the fire wasn't
checked until everything that would
burn in the vicinity of the engine and
boilers was burned. The boilers were
saved by hard fighting and keeping
them full of water, but the engine and
other machinery went. do wn in,- the
wreck. m There was a light railway
thru the kiln to carry lime, lumber,
etc., and the fire melted the rails till
they bent down to the" ground from
their own weight:
The cooper shop and a freight car
on the sidetrack were saved by the
firemen from Ocala and their engine:
The heat was so intense they had to
get inside the shop, cut a hole thru
the wall and keep the space in front
of the shop filled with vapor from
their chemical engine.
Mr. Frazer said he didn't know
what the damage was; that it would
be imposible to estimate till the wreck
was cleared away. The cupolas in
which the lime is burned were cracked
into shapeless masses of brick.' It is
hoped that when the engine is dug
out it will be found not, much dam
aged, but that can't betold. At the
best it was a disastrous fire, and Mr.
Meffert and Mr. Frazer have the sym
pathy of their friends.
The thirty-fifth annual session of
the Marion Baptist Association will
meet with Blitchton church, fourteen
i ii j. i s i fir 'i
mues ncmnwesi ixom ucam, uii neu-
nesday afternoon, November 5th, at
7 o'clock, and will be in session Thurs
day and Friday, 6th and 7th of said
month. The. introductory sermon will
be delivered by Rev. J. F. Rorex of
ThA following members, are hereby
appointed chairmen of the respective
On devotional service: Dr. S. H.
On periodicals: Geo. W. Scofield.
, On temperance: J. K. Christian.
On Sunday schools: jT. Rawls.
On aged ministers: Rev. N. B.
On .orphanage: Rev. J. F. Rorex.
On education: W. T. Gary.
On associational missions: Rev. R.
. On state missions: Rev. O. T. Mon
On home missions: Rev. C. M. Brit
On foreign missions: Rev. Gus Pad
On woman's work: Mrs. T. N.
On finance: S. J. McCully.
On nominations: Rev. J. C. Boat-
On resolutions: Isaac N. Rawls.
If from any cause the chairman of
any committee cannot attend the as
sociation, please prepare your report
and mail to the undersigned not later
than the fourth day of November, so
all reports will be ready to be made
oir time. We hope the churches wil
all take an interest and send mes
sengers to meet with the association
bf churches to dowork for the Mas
ter .at the time and place named.
' Yours forthe cause,
- Robt. F. Rogers,
Gallant French A via tor "Started on a
Tri-Continental Trip this
Issy Les Moulineaux, France, Oct.
14 Aviator Poulet started this morn morning
ing morning on a flight to Australia.
A RESTLESS NIGHT
FOR THE PRESIDENT
Long Speech Against League of Na Nations
tions Nations delivered by Sen Senator
ator Senator Lodge
Washington, Oct. 14. The' presi president's
dent's president's condition was generally good
this morning, although he did not
have a restful night, according to a
bulletin issued by his physicians.
LODGE AGAINST THE LEAGUE
In the Senate today Mr. Lodge de delivered
livered delivered a long speech against the
leageu of nations.'
1 I Ml I I
I have been requested to announce
that there would be a cemetery work working
ing working on Thursday, Oct. 23rd at Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship cemetery. All who are in interested
terested interested please be on hand with some
kind of a tool to work with. The
ladies will furnish lunch at noon.
Don't forget 4 the date.
Respectfully, S. J. McCully.
Advertise in the Weekly Star.
. .ta$;nv.tA J'-SPV'S avVs:' If Villi I
THE zest of the west, the sunny smile of the south, gleam in the
golden goodness of Orange-Crush. You can be certain of the
purity. of Orange-Crush because it is made from the fruit oil, pressed
from fresh ripe oranges, and such other wholesome ingredienj3 as pure
granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric acid, which is a natur natural
al natural acid found in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
We suggest that you order a case of Orange-Crujh,today for the
home. Obtainable wherever soft drinks are sold. The product of our
modern bottling establishment, Orange-Crush is the perfect family
Joseph Caillaux to Answer to France
for His Attempt to Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice Her Honor
Paris, Oct. 14. Joseph Caillaux,
former premier of France, will be
placed on trial before a high court
October 23rd, according to Le Journal
today. Caillaux is charged with in intriguing
triguing intriguing to bring about a premature
and dishonorable peace with Ger Germany.
many. Germany. LEON WILL SERVE
Paris, Oct. 14. Leon Bourgeois,
former premier and minister of for foreign
eign foreign affairs and French member of
the league of nations commission of
the peace conference, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed French representative on the
council of the league of nations.
FRENCH NAVAL LOSSES
Paris, Oct. 14. Twenty-seven war
vessels were lost by France' during
the war, according to an order of the
day issued by Minister of Marine Ley Ley-guez.
guez. Ley-guez. Included in the list .are three
battleships, the Danton, Goulois and
BETTER OUTLOOK AT BREST
Brest, Oct. 14. The situation aris arising
ing arising out of the strike appears easier,
the employers having agreed to wage
WANTED-Young ladies at the
Greek-American Restaurant as wait waitresses.
resses. waitresses. 114 S. Magnolia St 10-tf
Have Gained Considerable Ground
in Their Struggles with Bol Bol-sheriki
sheriki Bol-sheriki and the Huns
Copenhagen, October 14. Lettish
forces reinforced by Esthonians have
regained the initiative and moved
across the Duna river, which they
fled last week, according to advices
HIKING FROM HELSINGFORS
Copenhagen, Oct. 14. The Russian
soviet government at .Moscow has
been preparing to evacuate Helsing Helsing-f
f Helsing-f ors, acording to a' report to the Bel Bel-lingske
lingske Bel-lingske Tidende.
ADVANCE FROM ARCHANGEL
Archangel, Oct. 14 Continuing the
offensive on the northern front, Rus
sian troops have captured bolshevik
positions over a quarter-mile front
near Plesetzkaia, on the Eratza river,
130 miles south of Archangel.,
HAASE IS BADLY HURT
Berlin, Oct. 14. By the Associated
Press.) The condition of Hugo
Haase, independent socialist leader,
wounded last week by an assassin, has
become worse, blood poisoning symp
terns having developed.
A BED RENOVATOR
Is now here, located in the Chace
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or Orange
ange Orange street. Phone 112. J. E. Drew, tf
A full line of Ingersoll watches just
is at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Doctors of the Country Don't Think
There is Any Danger of an Out Outbreak
break Outbreak of the Disease
(Associated Press) "-St.
St. "-St. Louis, Oct. 14. There is no in
indication of an epidemic of influenza
this winter, acocrding to speakers at
the convention of the Asociation of
Military Surgeons of the United
States in session here today.
OUGHT TO SEND VAN
SWEARINGEN OVER THERE
He Might Explain Universal Disarav
ament to the Bolsheviki
Helsingfors, Oct. .14. The soviet
government of Russia has ordered the
entire population of that country to
train immediately for military serv service,
ice, service, according to reports here from
ITALY COMING AROUND
About to Agree that Fiume be Made
a Free Port
Paris, Oct. 14. Italy has agreed to
the creation of a free state in Fiume,
the port remaining under control of
the league of nations, says the Petit
Parisien, which claims to have relia reliable
ble reliable information.
, (Associated Press)
Greenville, S. C. Oct. 14-Rodman
Law, noted for his dare-devil feats
and a brother of Ruth Law, the avia avia-trix,
trix, avia-trix, died in the government hospital
at Camp Sevier -today of pulmonary
Harry Brown, of the St. Augustine
Record, the best dressed newspaper
man in the state, and Mr. Robert E.
Ward, a solid citizen of Chicago, wera
in town today.
We have bean seed for fall plant
ing; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per busheL
14-tr Ocala Seed Store.
Peptona is the ideal Tonic, and is
only, one dollar for a full pint bottle,
plus the war tax of four cents. Gerig's
Drag Store. 29-tf
At a meeting: of the city council held
on the 8th Inst., the registration books
of the city were revised and the fol
lowing: names ordered stricken, there--
. Ward One
Anthony. XL C.
Atkinson. W. K.
Hunter. B. J.
Lung, J. B.
Moie. F. T.
Norwood. W. U.
Reynolds, IL A.
Smith. E. C.
weil, C. !.
W elch, D. H.
Vaters. J. J.
much, o. j.
Bush. W. W.
Caldwell. J. GL
iavis. ueo. jr.
Flynn. R. W.
(loin. W. A.
Graham. A. A.
Zt-wadkl, C. B. 1-
Vshley, TL J. Jones. J. T.
Brannan, B. A.
Kirkland, C. N.
Kl.-hline, J. G.
Lieitner. C. J.
MaBpy. W. O.
Mershon, M. I
Bullock. It. &
Baum, B. B.
C'jints. H. V.
Connor, C. E.
Morris. C E.
Jiarkson. Rabt. E. McClane, P. E.
Colby. E. R.
iMclonald. J. u
Canpbfll H. C.
Carsels. w. H.
Ntwsum. V. V. Jr
Oaliorne, E. M.
Polley. E. A.
I'eabody, C. TL
Itasteur T. B.
Pedrlck. C D.
t.und, W. 21
IUntx. E. P.
Koblnson. M. E.
v'onnor, IL F.
Coleman, v. 11.
Connor. R. O.
Dura 11. 8. 6.
Iavls. G. W.
Fllvpen. C. F.
Raysor, Ii. C.
Frazier, E. Carroll Rivers, E. G.
Fox. a 1m
Gottlle, N. L
Glass, James G.
Strunk. J. IL
Simpson, G. C
Snow, L. A.
titllee. J. C. Jr.
ganders. F D.
Tarrer. J. V. Jr.
Williams, ii. R.
Gray. W. E.
Hlckie. 6. c. Jr.
Horrell. J. B.
HI lands. W. &
Harris, Chaa E.
Herndon. J. R. Weihe. Frd E.
Bitting. S. I Ford, John
Beard. J. J. Guerry. F. D.
Coker, Mose I?ou. S. N.
Clinton, J. 1. Klrby. 6am
Lnrbel. IL A. Oats. Biby
Fort, N. I fckrmmers, Thomas
Fausett, A. D. Sinrmons, Isaac
Adams, J. IL
Brrgance, R. E.
"Morris J. A
Nash, George A.
Priest, E. II.
Robertson. W. A,
tihell. J. N.
Book. J. J.
Brtgance, J. E.
Colclousrh. L N.
Hodge, Jt W. L
Hall. D. V.
Morgan. W. 6.
Sperrlns. J. IL
W-heeler. W. V. -Osteen,
The council will sit to hear com complaints
plaints complaints for the restoration of names
which might have been erroneously
stricken at meeting tobe held
November 18 1 a, 1819, 8 aelaek: aw m.
' The registration books of the city
are aow Pn tor registration at city
clerk's office. H. C. SISTRUNK.
Clerk and Ex-Offldo rJupervlaor of
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1919
OCALA EVEI1IIIG STAB
Published Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
It. It. Carroll, President
P. V. Leavenjcood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Ilenjamlu, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
IIunIdcmm Office Flre-Oae
Editorial Department Two-Sexen
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' The Associated Preea is exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to It or
not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published
herein. All rights of republication of
special dispatches herein are also reserved.
One year, In advance
t5ix months, in advance..,
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance
One year, In advance
Six months. In advance
Three montns, in advance...
One month, in advance
Displays Plate 10c. per Inch for con con-intive
intive con-intive insertions. Alternate Inser
tions 25 ner cent additional. Composi
tion charged on ads. that run less than
six times 5c. per inch. Special position
all the money he has paid in will go
into the Woodman treasury. Where
it will go from there it is not difficult
to guess. The sovereign camp offic
ials knew what was bound to happen,
and when they framed the assessment
that would force these old men out
they broke the obligation they made
before God and man.
One thing they have not count
ed on, tho' they should have. That is
that the younger members, seeing
what a raw deal has been handed their
1 J k.l.w.n nmn't ctQV in th P
. my Sou.d7heyf Othe; raises FOE SALE-Nice residence in good
FOUND On South Main street, near
Methodist church. Saturday evening,
a crochet bag. Owner can have it by
calling at Star office, describing the
bag and paying for this advertise advertisement.
ment. advertisement. 13-lt
may be ahead, and if a young man
neighborhood. Bargain at $3300. Easy
Sfr rrnd chHd e, in when hel"- Apply to P. O. Box 575. G-m
is twenty-five years old, unless he has trurA r n rw
tho 00 luck to die before he is sixty SA,LE-(Wood C.ut to Order.)
L n uia ic,Q mnrp I eauce rne nign cost 01 Keeping com-
:u 0aZ;e fortable this winter by buying your
"VrrXr innV cut ready to burn direct from
than anything else is the following fir' hereby savjn the
J coicm Vir. Profits of the city wood yard. Orders
xrri?:,"; the City.
SnrfatSi in Omaha under the 39 C. P. Howell, Ocala.
direct supervision of the sovereign
cap Srade office
memoer ox me orucr rweivcs a vuyjr.im
i i- l.j j j:r-. wince.
It pUDllSuea Qu a uuicu umetcui.
pages of its September issue the fol following
lowing following statement:
"Not a single delegate at the sov sovereign
ereign sovereign camp voted against the adop adoption
tion adoption of our new laws, which will go
into effect January 1, 1920."
This statement was
WANTED Your order
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow
ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter.
Sin 319! S1l Smith Main 95f
Some fifty members, includ
- r'. :;-- I WOODPhrm 14K for 11 1phth
ing tnose irom r ioriaa, votea against. i 7", ;
t. i rru woaoak or pine wood: thoroughly aeason-
six times oc. per men. epeciai position i tiie new auv dwwuiwh tw
20 per cent additional. Rates based on evidently published with intent to de- Pce on quantity orders.
robablv the ereat majority. Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
Reading Notices s 5C. per line f or first i.v no wav Gf knowing what the of -1
Insertion; 3c. per line for each subse- ave no way oi raowmg i- FOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup Hup-uupnt
uupnt Hup-uupnt insertion. One chansre a weeklficers of even their state camps, let! ....
allowed on readers without extra com- Ulone sovereign camp, are doing mmi in nrst class conaitwn. or
will t-k A MO TAP TT1 nllTI T 111 IT I I H 111. W IIHL I I I III l.f 1 III K-l 1 FT W
' ina.v.c I I CIomIm "CI. ID 4
Ie-nl advertisements at lesrai rates. I m ir:nu :n .inM1.'nKU I vaia. x- la. io-u
Electros must be mounted, or charge .V IT
u FOR RENT New five room modern
fr f.ivii 1:11111 limiitici v 1 lii iii LstAS. auTci-i
ABOUT TO WRECK U,-Ci .nHv.iv ttiA arl. apartment furnished or unfurnished;
A r.RKAT ORDER in if KoHW fp,i nH -vMimtlv sleeping porch. Phone 332 or 805,
big graft. Scores of Woodmen have
rhns. TC. Sace. head consul of the!
Woodmen of the World for Florida tion and on the day it comes in the WANTED Fifty tie choppers in De-
and a delegate to the Sovereign Camp, Wastebasket at the postoffice is filled to county, .ray ouc. per ue.ana pay
has called an extra meeting of the with it.
off once a week. Apply to "R," care
Star office, Ocala. Fla.
head camp to meet in Jacksonville, toj Another suspicious circumstance is
iry io iase uine atcpa w 4uv mat uie omciai account oi mo sov- pQR SALE Used Cars One 1919
crooKea wor. ui ui ereign camp meeung in me visiror model Maxwell 5-passenger touring
charge of the affairsof the order in was censored to the bone. It told of car in perfect condition; new tires
tne unuea acaies, wmcn cruo.cuucaa none oi tne camp ousiness. it gave jjj around. One Rambler racing car
will certainly wreck the grand struc- not a fifth of the space to the meeting in perfect" conditon; new tires go go-ture
ture go-ture of fraternal insurance, v as well 0f the sovereign camp that the Star ing at a bargain. Call and see them at
as neipiuines.5 aim urumeiuwu, ov gave io me meeung oi me rwnaa Baxter & Grubbs' Garap-e. Mafmnlia
tnru many,painssvaK.mg jcaia. icamp in ucaia lasi jyiarcn.
This emergency has been brougntl As soon as the Woodmen of the
about, we fear, by the same old trou-1 country found out what had been
ble that has wrecked states as well as done, a storm of protest went up all
fraternal orders, and that is, leaving over the United States. Other states
the same old gang in power too long. than Florida have called their camps
A few years ago, the legislatures of in special session, in an effort to have
a number oi siates requirea me tne rate readjusted or tne sovereign
-Woodmen and other fraternal orders I camp called in extra session.
to increase their reserve. Florida was The writer has been a member of
not one of those states. The financial the Woodmen for twenty years. He
affairs of the Woodmen have on the has alwavs been nroud of the order.
surface been well managed: they have f0r certainly none can excel it in en-
alar ere reserve well invested, the head thusiasm and brotherly kindness. He
officers have bragged loudly on the hates to write this, but most of the
financial health of the order, and while statements in it are public property.
it may have been necessary to maKe All the old Ime insurance agents
a raise, it was not necessary to maKe know them and are reapine a rich
such a great one, nor one in such an harvest. They will give a man 55 to
uneven ratio. 60 years old a much lower rate than
Latt winter a big drive for new the Woodmen intend to inflict on
members was put on, and tho' the. of- their members of the same age, who
fleers of the sovereign Camt must linvp hppn in th nrdpr twpntv wars
have known what they mtendea to or more.
do, they did not publish any unreason- We intend to continue to pay our
able raise in rates, lhey have made assesments and hold our policy and
two raises in rates since the f ounda-1 wp nrivisA nil nthp? mmW tn An t!h
tion of the order, both moderate, and! earn
f MtMWfl AW M V41MW X WtJ1 MAIVU I
no sensible member would have ob- at Omaha wants to force the old men
... Ml I I
jected to another small increase. A out and take their money, and we are
little increase would have brought ml tolerably certain if they do the order
a great sum, lor me wooamen. nave will get no benefit from the sum
over three-quarters of a million of which thus accrues to it.' There will
members, all of whom up to a few be another meeting of the sovereign
weeks ago had great confidence and camp. year after next, and when that
pride in their order. Icamp meets there will be a revision
The sovereign camp met in Chi- 0f the -rates and an election of new
cacro last summer, and immediately a officers. That is we think there will.
new cut anif dried constitution If not, there will not much longer be
and new set of rates were sprung onian order of the Woodmen of the
the camp and rushed thru, many of World, for no fraternal order can live
the members probably not realizing long under such a system,
what they were doing. It was not! : ;
until weeks after that the rank and Samuel Gompers has told the House
.file of the membership began to un- interstate commerce committee that
derstand what had been done to them, the United States government cannot
and then began an agitation which force organized labor to do anything
tnreatens to break up the order. jt doesn't feel like doing. Now Mr.
The new rates would not be so un- Gampers should be asked if he thinks
reasonable if they were equable. The that the reverse can happen. Tampa
wrong mat an mem lies is meir in-1 Tribune.
jusutc tuiucuiuci iiicmuwB iuc "i'i it, can uniess tne people elect a
who have been paying from ten to different set of men to office,
twenty-five years and kept the order
alive when it was young and weak. What's become of the old-fashioned
The rates ot these. men are increased kaiser who used to spend his time
two and three hundred, per cent. I chopping down trees for exercise?
J n. Spencer
W. R. Pedriclc
THE OCALA GAS EMOTME WOEES
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
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
parts for the BUICK.
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them
Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola SL
and Fort King.
WANTED Man and crew with small
sawmill to cut 30,000,000 feet pine
times in South Florida. Pay for tim timber
ber timber delivered on skids once a week,
mill inspection. Address "M." care
Star office, Ocala, Fla. 11-Ct
WANTED A good farm and driving
horse. Apply to A. J. Brigance, Ocala,
Fresh Flower Seed just
Gerig's Drug Store.
E." o J 03 PAW (SO (SO-FUNERAL
FUNERAL (SO-FUNERAL DIRECTORS and ECIBALITIERS
No charr? for delivery of caskeU anywhere day nr night.
WILBUR SailTH, SAM R. PYLES JR,
Licensed Em balm era
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
Some of them, if they stay in, must Tampa Tribune.
reduce the amount of their policies.
A man for instance who has been in
twenty-five years and has paid nearly
$300 on a $1000 policy, if he scales
down to $500 will pay enough in the
next four years to put more in the
funds of the; order than his benefic beneficiaries
iaries beneficiaries can possibly take out. Now,
there is no honest insurance company
that will insure a man for $1000 and
then try to take $1200 or more from
him. The big insurance companies
insure a man's life for more than
they expect him to pay. They make
u. the difference by good investments
and by the occasional member who
drops out after paying more or less
in dues. And they never let a good
man drop out if they can help it. They
v give him every reasonable chance to
. This was also at first the policy of
the Woodnfln of the World. The new
rates are going to compel many of
the older, men to quit. Many men who
have from one to three thousand dol dollar
lar dollar policies, and who are paying from
$1.50 to $5 a month will- not be able
to pay from $5 to $15. They will
have to quit, and-every time one quits
Haven't you mixed the kaiser with
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete I
J. D. McCasldll l
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
Fresh car Atlas Portland Cement
just received. R. H. Todd Lumber
W. K. Lane, M. PhysicUn and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Ncse and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
IISTEN, fellows, to some straight talk. Many a
J man when he gets to be 40, misses some some-thing.
thing. some-thing. He may have lots of money and a fine
He never "got out and saw things". After he
gets settled down, it -s too late.
Every man wants to see the world. No man
likes to stand still all his life. The best time to
TRAVEL is when you're young and lively
right NOW! f
Right NOW your UnclejSam is calling, "Shove
off I" He wants men for his Navy. He's inviting
you! It's the biggest chance you will ever get to
give the world the once over!
The Navy goes all over the world sails the
Seven Seas squints, at the six continents thafa
its business. You stand to seejnore odd sights,
wonderful scenery and strange people than you
ever dreamed of.
You'll work hard while you work. You'll play
hard while you play. You'll earn and learn. You'll
get, in addition to "shore-leave", a 30-day straight
vacationwhich is more than the average Jbank
president can count on. i
You can join for two years. When you get
through you'll be physically and mentally "tuned
up" for the rest of your life. You'll be ready
through and through for SUCCESS.
There's a Recruiting Station right near you.
If you don't know where it is, your Postmaster
will be glad to tell you.
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OCALA EVENING STAIt, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1919
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No, use worrying, however, 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.
Ocala Ice PacMogj Co.
The New Motor Car
The greatest improvement in riding comfort since
the introduction of pneumatic tires. Our new three
point Cantilever springs make tjiis posrible. These
are the first springs of their kind, made of Chrome
Vanadium steel. They are exclusively Overland.
Because of these springs the Overland 4 combines the
riding qualities of large, heavy, expensive, long
wheelbase cars, together with the advantage and
economy of small, light cars.
t- Tfc iniMWMMWttwmirri" in itn i v -i-
Ask for Demonstratipn
Overland 4 Touring $ 845
Overland Roadster 845
Overland Coupe $ 1,325
Overland Sedan 1,375
These Prices f. o. b. Toledo
i Fo Cosncloi!i9 salsr
Osceola and Ft. King Ocala, Florida
i Autogenous Welding & Electric Co
Corner of Oklawaha Avenue and Orange Street.
We weld any kintTof metal
5 CAST IRON,
Bring your Broken Parts to us for repair.
We cut metal upto 10 inches thick, We re re-pair
pair re-pair Boilers and Heating Plants! j We also do
Electrical Repairing and overhauling Start Starters,
ers, Starters, Generators and Ignition Systems
- In fact we repair any f. make of Automo Automobile.
bile. Automobile. ;
We invite your inspection of our Plant
' H. L. Wikle, Manager
LP MA M
Coffins and Caskets,
Furnif ure, Ef c.
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House. Ocala Fla.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
! If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mrs. W. A. Wilds is suffering with
an attack of malaria at the home of
her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Sexton.
Mrs. K. M. Brinkley's many friends
will regret to know that she is ill at
her residence on Fort King avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Edwards re returned
turned returned yesterday from Oldtown on
the Suwanee river, where they visited
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Carter return returned
ed returned yesterday from West Palm Beach,
where they enjoyed a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Hetrick.
Miss Dorothy Weber, now one of
the Postal's efficient operators in Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, spent Sunday most pleasantly
with her parents here.
Mrs. R. S. Hall came yesterday
from Tampa, where Mr. Hall is in a
sanitarium taking a rest cure, and
will spend several days with her fam fam-Hy.
Hy. fam-Hy. Those Kant Leak Nipples will suit
the baby, and they are better than
other nipples. Gerig's Drug Store.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Christian church will meet this after afternoon
noon afternoon at the residence of Mrs. M. F.
Johnson on E. Fort King at 3:30
nearly all summer. Mr. and Mrs.
Washburn and Sergeant Frank
Washburn are going in a few days
to Miami, to visit their married
daughter and sister, formerly Miss
Emma Washburn, and for the first
time in some years will have a re reunion,
union, reunion, which as all such reunions are
will be so much the happier for the
return of a member of the family
from the battlefields of Europe.
Today's Temple attraction is Nazi Nazi-mova,
mova, Nazi-mova, in "Out of the Fog." This play,
which is a screen adaption of the pow powerful
erful powerful stage drama, '"Ception Shoals,"
from the pen of H. Austin Adams,
made famous by Nazimova to theater
goers in her long and successful New
York run, gives this distinguished
star two roles of widely different
character. In it she is seen as both
the mother and the daughter at differ different
ent different periods of the play characters
which for range of emotion it would
be difficult to duplicate. Deep and
heart-moving as the drama is. there
are, at the same time, many whim whimsical
sical whimsical and delightful moments, a change
from tears to laughter which would
tax to the uttermost the ability and
art of any other actress but which, to
this woman of many moods, comes
naturally and convincingly. It is a
play replete with gripping power and
subtle charm bringing vividly to the
imagination the griefs and joys of
the ardent characters portrayed.
BARGAIN IN FORDS
Mrs. E. L. Carney, who went to
Atlanta last week to attend the re reunion,
union, reunion, is now in Gainesville, Ga.,
where she is the guest of Mrs. Rufus
Waterman for a brief visit.
The Temple management is offer offering
ing offering again this week, to Thursday's
matinee, free admission to every
child up to fourteen years of age,
who brings a mail order catalogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tucker,
whose marriage occurred on the 6th,
are enjoying the sights of the nation's
metropolis, and are at the Hotel Mc Mc-Alpin,
Alpin, Mc-Alpin, on Broadway and 34th street..
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Todd, whose
marriage occurring at New Smyrna
Saturdav was an interesting event of
last week, have arrived ini Ocala, and
are pleasantly located at the resi
dence of Mrs. Perdue.
The best winter hog and cow pas
ture is rye, rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
Mrs. T. E. Bridges, who was called
to Hendersonville by the illness of her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Greene, expects to
return to Ocala by the latter part of
the month, providing the condition of
Mrs. Greene's nealth permits.
Mrs. Napoleon Hickman and Misses
Marie and Dorothy Hickman will ar
rive in Ocala shortly from Lewes,
Del., to spend the winter, and will
have apartments at the residence of
Mrs. K. M. Brinkley on Eort King
The friends of Mrs. Nicholas Heintz
sympathize with her in the death of
her mother. Mrs. Clark, at Nashville
Tenn., which occurred recently. Mrs.
Heintz and children, who were called
to her bedside, will return to Ocala
the latter part of the week.
While driving to Lake Weir Sunday
afternoon, Mr. T. M. McLean encoun
tered a huge rattlesnake crossing
the road near the A. C. L. tracks. Mr
McLean and his father, Mr. T. H
McLean, who was in the party, killed
the reptile, which measured some
six feet in length.
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. I
s for sale only at the Court Pharm
acy. Phone 284. 19-tf
The title of yesterday's picture a
the Temple. "It's a Bear," described
it quite aptly in the vernacular idiom
of the day. Taylor Holmes is a high
class humorist and was at his best in
this production. The western scenery
was exceptionally good, and the
school boys' swimming pool struck a
ncte of appeal in the boys in the au
dier.ee, young and old.
Mrs. George MacKay and Miss
Mamie Taylor and Martha Taylor re returned
turned returned to. Ocala Sunday from Day-
tona Beach, where they enjoyed a
week's outing. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Taylor, who have spent some time at
the beach, expect to return to Ocala
Two Tourincr CaA. two RrmBt"
an m good shape. Auto Sales Co.
Phone 348. 7-6t Ocala.
Rye. rape and oats. Clt mil ririoao
before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf
PjEU If the movinS pictures
hurt your eyes, it is hot
th nicfcnr if ia
'v.wt eyes. Consult
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Ew TP fh ito
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 muscularen muscularen-ergy.
ergy. muscularen-ergy. Try it.
5 and 10 Cents a Glass
Arrangements are under way for furnishing
our patrons with all kinds of
SEA FOODS, SANDWICHES, ETC
Come and Get a Cool One!
Open till Twelve O'clock.
Ocala House Wine Room Old Stand
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Iclier & MacKay
DNDERTAEEIIS and ELIDAUIERS
PHONES 47. 104. ZZl
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinair, Physidan and Sarceon
Phone 38 M
Maxwells to Date:
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100,000 More This Yeair
iHlS shows the
A desire for a car
that has proved its
worth in many lati
tudes and many longitudes.
A liking for the long run
the tires give, for the defi definite
nite definite and extended mileage
from gas and oil.
A fondness for a car that
expresses reliability in a
most decisive way.
This year, more than any
before, the 300,000 idea
behind the Maxwell has in increased
creased increased in public favor.
And as a resylt less than
60 of those seeking
a Maxwell will be able
to have one.
as many as are in ex-
istence today are
" being built this year.
That means one every 1
minutes of the working day.
These new post war fea features,
tures, features, which have classified
it as the Post-War Maxwell,
are well spoken of every everywhere.
where. everywhere. That's but one
reason why the drift is to towards
wards towards Maxwell.
Compare it point for point
with any car under $1200
and you will more readily
The Star ia an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
Mrs. T. H. Johnson entertained the
ladies of the Methodist sewing circle
yesterday at her home on Oklawaha
avenue. The usual weekly work be being
ing being disposed of. Mrs. Johnson served
iced tea, and olive and meat sand sandwiches.
wiches. sandwiches. A delightful musical pro program
gram program was greatly -enjoyed by the
Mrs. G. D. Washburn was made
very glad yesterday by the almost
! simultaneous arrival of her husband
; and their son, Sergeant Frank Wash
burn, who returned only a few days
ago from France, where he has been
in service over a year. Mr. Wash Washburn
burn Washburn has been in New Hampshire
lJ r ll.n i .nil t
OCaLa Evening star, Tuesday, October 14, 1919
Bring your car to
Baxter & Grubbs
for the best and quickest
We repair all makes of
We wash, polish and
pull in cars from any dis distance.,
tance., distance., Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m
Tompkins Stable Corner
We Buy and Sell
Second Hand Cars
Shop Phone 516
Resident Phone 536
Says Watoga Lady, "As To What
Cardui Has Done For Lie, So
As To Help Others."
Watoga, W. Va.-Mrs. S. W. Glad well,
of this town, says: "When about 15 years
of age, I suffered greatly Sometimes
would go a month or two, and I had
terrible headache, backache, and bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down pains, and -would just drag and
had no appetite, fhen it would last
. two weeks,, and was so weakening,
and my health was awful.
My mother bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and. 1 began to improve after
iuuk uiicc ... i gained, ana was wen
and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui;
1 am married now and have 3 children
. Have never had to have a doctor for
female trouble, and just resort to Cardui
if I need a tonic. I am glad to testify to
what it has done for me, so as to help
If you are nervous or weak, have head headaches,
aches, headaches, backaches, or any of the other
ailments so common to women, why not
give Cardui a trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
Begin Jaking Cardui today. It may
, be the very medicine you need, i
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It begins with a cold.
Don't let your lungsget
clogged. At the: first
sign of a cough apply
Croup and Pneumonia
Profit by the, experience of
last yea). Be prepared. It
will keep the nostrils, throat
and lungs clear and ward off
Colds, Coughs, LaGrippe,
Croup, Influenza and Pneu Pneumonia.
monia. Pneumonia. Strong but pleasant.
Keep it in your nostrils by
day on your chest by jiight.
"Will not stain clothing like
others. Ask your dealer for it.v
Use the Star's Unclassified Colusa
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT!
Wc always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak ..25c
Loin Steak 30c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT M RKET
THE CAR SHORTAGE
(Continued from First Page)
ties was greatly restricted by scarcity
of material and labor. Since the war
it has been impossible to enter upon,
or carry out, an extensive program
for enlargement of railroad capacity,
because of the uncertainty as to the
status of the railroads. The railroad
administration was not provided with
money and therefore could not origi originate
nate originate or carry out such program.
The railroad companies, in view of
the uncertainty, were unwilling to
provide the money. The result is,
that the railroad facilities of the coun country
try country are decidedly below what the traf traffic
fic traffic demands. Nevertheless, the max maximum
imum maximum traffic is being handler and this
is being done with less shortage of
transportation than manifested itself
any time in the pre-war period.
Particular attention is being paid
by the railroad administration to the
furnishing of necessary equipment for
the transportation of coal and grain.
Conditions have developed which have
made it necessary to handle the wheat
situation in an emergency way. This
situation has been complicated by the
( fact that many of the elevators are
lull and it has been impracticable to
move additional wheat to points
where the elevators are full, because,
to do so would cause large numbers
of railroad cars to be filled with grain
which could not be disposed of at des destination
tination destination and this would result in prac practically
tically practically taking such cars out of trans transportation
portation transportation service and using them for
storage and depriving the public gen generally
erally generally of cars 'which are badly needed.
The railroad administration is follow following
ing following this matter very vigorously with
the grain corporations and the direc
tor general will consider the matter
personally at a meeting of interested
railroad officers, representatives of
the grain corporation and others, to
be held at Chicago this week.
As to the situation in Texas, where
the wheat conditons are particularly
acute, because the crop there is ap approximately
proximately approximately 25,000,000 bushels larger
than last year, and where there is a
scarcity of material storage facilities,
arrangements are being made though
the grain corporation, for the sending
of additional cargo vessels to Galves Galveston
ton Galveston and arrangements have already
been made for the increase in' number
of permits for carloads of wheat into
Galveston, from 50 to 100 per day.
Particular efforts are being made to
move wheat which is on the ground
and is thus exposed to the weather.
DINNER FOR DR. TODD
Among the interesting events of
the week, was the surprise stag din dinner
ner dinner given Saturday evening by Mrs.
B. B. Todd, at her home on Briar Briar-cliff
cliff Briar-cliff road, in Druid Hills, in honor of
her husband. Dr. B. B. Todd's birthday
anniversary. The color scheme of yel7
low and green was carried out in the
various rooms. The living room and
sun porch were banked with golden
rod and autumn leaves. In the din dining
ing dining room Mareschal Neil roses and
maidenhair ferns were used to dec decorate
orate decorate the oval table, where covers
were laid for sixteen. From, the
chandelier, the globes of which were
encased in yellow silk, were suspend suspend-ed,yellow
ed,yellow suspend-ed,yellow ribbons, some leading to the
favors at each place, others holding
yellow roses and ferns. In the center
of the table was the birthday cake,
with the birthday candles in yellow
roses. Around the cake, and among
the roses were beautiful yellow but butterflies.
terflies. butterflies. The dinner was made gay
and lively by unique and humorous
favors given the guests between the
courses. During the coffee course
toasts were proposed to the host by
Mr. L. L. Bpyer and were responded
to with .wit and good wishes by each
of the guests. Atlanta Constitution.
Arrival nnH Ilpnarfnr rf naoaanr,T
trains at OCALA UNION STATIQN.
The folio win ST schedule fiiram nnh.
lished as information and not miar.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
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hl retersDurg z:i&am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
1:42 am. J'ksonvllle-O'nesTllle 10:12 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pefabrg-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.. Leesburg f :42 am,
4 -45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am,
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
I Best Pork Chops 35c
I Pork Sausage 25c
The Star was a little too Drevious
in locating Mr. and Mrs. Dell Moody
in the Hastings house yesterday. Mr.
and Mrs. Hastings will not move be
fore the latter part of November.
Jonteel Rouge in three colors, rec-
emmedned and sold by Gerig's Drug
The following cottage prayer meet
ings will be held Friday afternoon at
4 o'clock: First ward, at the home of
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins: second ward.
at the home of Mrs. Ed Hastings:
third ward, at the home of Mrs. Jerry
Burnett: fourth ward North Ocala)
at the home of Mrs. G. D. Washburn.
All the women of the town are most
cordially invited to attend these meet
ings. "Draw nigh to God and He will
draw nigh to you." Jas. 4-8.
The tent meeting conducted by Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Henderson, corner
Main and May streets, continues with
much interest. Services every night
at 7:30. Mrs. Henderson will address
the meeting tonight. Her subject is,
"Shall Women Preach?" Everybody
is cordially invited.
"One evening, when the planters had gath-
ered at the White Turkey to smoke and V
Jeat after the rigors of the day, a hot dispute
arose between one Ashley and the Rev. Peter
Fair cloth, as to the merits of the tobacco leaf
grown on their respective plantations. The
worthy doctor so far forgot himself as to throw
his pipe at Ashley."
Life in Early Virginia.
NOTE Piedmonts, with all tt&dr tastc-qurity;
cost less than cigarcttca of foreign-grown tobacco
which have to tack on tb cost of Import duty.
If you wantj! value in place ot part value, aak
for Piedmont, the all-Virginia rigartnr.
HEED OLD AGE
Ounce of Prevention Better
Pound of Cure
With influenza again making in-
roads into the health of the country,
the old adage, "an ounce of prevention
meant more than it does now.
A 3-ounce bottle of Dr. William'
101 Tonic will save many pounds of
cure. 101 Tonic contains Quinine,
Iron and 3lagnesia. lhis is a proper;
combination where cases of colds, la la-grippe,
grippe, la-grippe, fever and maalria, as well as
"flu,' 'are to be treated or warded off.
During the influenza epidemic
which covered the country in October,
1918, the sale sof 101 Tonic increased
more than 500 per cent. This proves
that 101 Tonic is an effective treat treatment
ment treatment for this disease.
101 Tonic not only treats the dis disease,
ease, disease, but acts as a general tonic.
Get 101 Tonic at your drug store
25c. and 50c. bottles. Accept no sub substitute,
stitute, substitute, for there is no medical prep preparation
aration preparation sold which is like Dr. Will Williams
iams Williams No. 101 Tonic. Adv. 2
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In the days of old Jamestown, men gathered
in the taverns tcJ smoke their long, clay pipes
brimful of golden Virginia tobacco.
That, same fragrant yirginia improved by
three centuries of cultivation is smoked today
in three-fourths of the world's cigarettes.
Any cigarette is made better by adding
Virginia tobacco but men who want oil of
Virginia's keen zest and savory relish smoke
it straight in an all-Virginia cigarette.
rtty it that way yourself in a Piedmont.
10 fir 9c
30 for H8c