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GERMAN IR Til FACTORIES TURN OUT PEACE PRIZES (By Associated Tress. Berlin, Oct. 13 The principal for-j mer military and naval work-shop? of the German government, which were closed in 1919 in accordance with, the treaty of Versailles, have been reopened as "peace-time facto ries" and are producing goods more adapted to usr&es of peace than war. Two hundred thousand workmen, thrown out of employment by the closing of the shops, have been re employed. Among the larger factories con verted from military to commercial pursuits were the artillery work lmns. ammunition, gun, powder and fireworks laboratories at Amberg, Dachau, Cassel, Erfurt, Ingolstadt, Lippstadt, Munich, Siegburg, Span dau and Wolfgang, near Hanau, as well as the navy yards and naval torpedo shops at Friedrichsort, Kiel and Ruestringen. These factories are operating vir tually full time, producing foundry products, castings and wrought iron stamped and drawn pieces, all sorts r.t ma.iinerv. railroad, supplies, mo tors, motorcycles, hand and machine tools, pneumatic tools, electrical tonaila shit) machinery, motor and sailing boats, agricultural imple ments, furniture, locomotives, rail road cars, automobiles and auto trucks. The work of transforming the war far-tnripa to commercial usages, un dertaken by the government with the emission of the Council of Ambas sadors, was assigned to a' stock rnmnanv. shares of which were ta finnnriprs and 5hs shrdd ettaaoima ken by the government, the board of control being composed ol govern ' ment officials and representative financiers and industrialists. ; German demands are accounting for most of the output of these lac tories but surplus products are find ;ing a ready outside market, partic hilarlvin the Scandinavian countne where the high price of money a against the German mark adds to ithe attractiveness of purchases of uerman wares. mimiuv Jmobiles are especially in demand by -toreign . aeaiers. . Th manufacturers of farm ma chinery and railroad equipment are (looking to Russia as a chief custo dier as soon as conditions in that Country have "been stabilized and al ready hundreds, of representatives in German exporting firms have gone liritn the Soviet republic to study the (situation and prepare for a commer cial offensive, in which the British 'are expected to be the most alert competitors. Chamber Commerce Plans Extensions Of Express Limits Putnam High Is Working Hard to Mett Ocala Squad Putnam's High School football team has been working hard all this week getting in trim for the fray with the Ocala High team here tomorrow Aftornnon. This, the first high school football game the local institution has ever participated in promises to be one of the best of the season. Both teams are about evenly matcn ed. The Ocala team has had some experience, but the local boys are heavier and it is believed that tney will" be able to show more speed than the visiting team. ' The came will start promptly at four oclock and will be played at the basebalh park. Palatkans should give this team their support ana should bv all means attend this, the first game of the Putnam High Schools career and the hrst game ot the season in Palatka. Admisison will be charged to defray the expenses ot the visiting team. Officials will be announced in to morrow's issue of the News . HOBOS RELEASED, TOLD TO LEAVE, FAIL, LOCKED UP From Jail Howatt Writes "To Hell With John Lewis" The nine hobos pulled off an At lantic Coast Line freight Wednesday night and arraigned in police court yesterday morning were turned over to the county by Municipal Judge Kennerlv. who said he had no juris diction in the state case of stealing a ride, and could not try the men for vagrancy as they were forcibly detained here. The men were turned over to the sheriff, but as the county would be in as bad fix when they were released from the eane as when they started in they were given their liberty and told to leave tne community. L.ast night Deputy Cannon' found three of them camped at an old house and ar rpsted them and a little later picked up three more. They were all lodged in the county jail and may now be tried and sent to the road gang for Jim Grainger to handle. Lone run ends struggle for TITLE IN BIG BALL CLASSIC (By AsHocluteil Pwl Pittsbure. Kan.. Oct. 13. Alexan Her M. Howatt. president of the Kan sas Mine Workers Union, and his Hdministration were suspended from nffipe tndav on order of John L. Lewis president of the International Union, nnd Georee L. Peck, a member of the suspended executive board, was de- iirnated actine tjresident ot a provi sional organization created to handle district affairs. Tt was announced that the action wjs taken because Howatt and other officials refused to abide by a ruling of the international union convention nt Tndianaoolis (recently, Jthat cer tain strikinir miners be ordered back t owork. Howatt with August Dorchy, union vice president, is serving a six months sentence in jail tor violation nf thp criminal secton of the Indus trial Court law by calling strikes. In dications that there would be a tight on the question were seen by many persons in a statement by Howatt from his pail cell late in the day, in which he said: "To hell with John Lewis and Governor Allen. Our plans are un changed. We shall continue to fight." (Continued from Paee 1.) first when the Giants scored their only tally on two bases on balls and an error, he worked himself out brilliantly. The frame won by the Giants in the first inning was probably saved for thein in the ninth by as brilliant a fipldinc Derformance as has been seen nn the diamond in many a day. Ward walked with one man out. Frank Baker, again in the line-up, in place of the injured McNally, came next. With the count three and two, he met one of Nehf's offerings square ly. It shot towards right field, skim ming the fjfcound far to the left of . Tt, mn looked like a sure hit and with Ward legging it lor third it promised to put the ianK in a favorable scoring '- -it got by. Makes Marvellous Stop But it did not pass. Throwing him self at the skimming sphere Rawi intTR. nniiri an amazed gasp from the crowd, reached out and clung to it with his left hand. Rolling over uui Ktar.cforrinc the ball to his right hand Rawlings made the throw to Kelly at first while still on ui- a ttinp- Baker by several feet. It was then Kelly's turn and with a lightning like and accurate throw he shot the ball across the diamond into the hands of Third Roomn Frisrh. A cloud of dust flew up over third as Ward slid nito the bag. From the midst ot it umjmc Quigley's form cmergedt his right arm motioning the runner out. The double play had Tieen completed, me tWH Vnnlcpp of the innings had been retired, the game was over and the Giants had won tne worms championship. The Giant's winning run in me first was csored without the aid of o w,t With Burns dispoesd of at first as Baker fielded his grounder to Pipp, Bancroft walked on nve pitched balls. He held first while Frisch was fouling out to Pipp and went to second as Hoyt, with the count tow and three, walked Young. There was a sharp protest by Hoyt nn the fourth ball with which the Young twirler insisted he had cut the plate. With Bancroft on second Kelly sent what looked like an easy grouitder to Peckinpaugji. With the third man out in sight hower, Peckinpaugh let the ball get through him and " Bancroft starting from , a' hoil was hit scored :8su7b:Vcou.dbe retrieved. AB R BH PO A E WoJinnia Burns, cf Bancroft, ss 3 1 Frisch, 3b 0 Young, rf 2 0 Kelly, lb 4 0 E. Mcusel, If 4 0 Rawlings, 2b I Snyder,, c 2 0 Nehf, p 4 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 13 1. 1 3 4 0 4 0 0 t nn 10 A Totals' 31 1 0 " " Americans AB R BH PO A E Fewster, If 3 ? Peckinpaugh, ss .... i ' ' M Miller, cf 4 0 110) R. Meusel, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0 Pipp, lb 3 0 11 Ruth 1 0 0 0 0 0 Wa'rd, " BaKe", 3b 3 0 0 f Ttotals 29 0 4 27 11 1 Batted for Pipp in ninth. Score by innings: x.:le 100 000 UUU I 4 000 000 000-0 QTTMMARV: Two base hits, ms i: - o. ctnion hases. Young: sacrifice Snyder' 2; double plays, Bancroft to Rawlings to Kelly, Rawlings to vei i iwrlr lpft on bases. National 9, Americans 7; base on balls, off Nehf 5, off Hoyt 4; struck out rjy Nehf 3, by Hoyt 7; wild pitcn, weni Time of game, 1:58. impf.rtai. WIZARD FAINTS WHILE IN A WITNESS CHAIK (Continued from Page 1-) A he wanted to "call upon the Father to forgive those who. had persecuted the Klan" and as the words left his lips he tumplect into a heap. , Tom Watson Takes a Hand Th. first dramatic incident of the, day was the sudden appearance of Senator Thomas E. Watson, oi ueor ria. who edging his way through, the crowd stepped up and seized the Wizard by the hand, wmspermg .,othinir he turned and saf down,' but a moment later he was on his feet demanding the right to question the witness in "the interest of fair play-" . . ... , . 4 Chairman Campc-eu Drone in t.u ay that the witness was getting that and that it .was not in line with regular procedure to permit quesions by out siders. Senator Watson insisted that he ..a tho riirht. first announcing, how ever, that he was not a Klansman, although in sympathy witn its aims A th chairman cut through the colloquy by directing the Senator to proceed. The senator merely asuea the Wizard if he knew of the big salaries being voted by congress for Shipping Board lawyers, reaching as high as $35,000 which the people had to pay. With that Mr. Watson lenn. The committee had been questioning Mr. Simmons about his salary. Total Membership Only 90,000 Thi-mio-h the testimony of Mr. Sim mons the committee learned that the total membership of the Klan tier aided as having passed the half mil- linn vtinwlr r 000. Simmons m the tax l,w first heeJ-3 went to the revenue offij and was informed that th, not come under the la I4T It. J. ... . 11 UBes " is not a, , Wizard said, and if it isst; liable we stand ready to obligations." ' Denying huge profits f,0B of robes the witness fe, less than 30 per cent of u men owned regalia. Mrs. Rose M. Brown Gained 20 Pounds In Four Weeks Time Extension of the express delivery .limits of the citv is one of the things that is occupying the attention of the Chamber of Commerce, a survey haviner been completed yesterday and a report made to the two companies having offices here that the new limit as decided on be adopted. The express delivery limits in Pa latka have not been changed in twen ty years. As they stand at present a package addressed to residents on Thirteenth street are hauled back down to the city offices of the com panies, twelve blocks, rather than be delivered two blocks away from the station. The new limits, as re commended by the Chamber of Com merce, in connection with City En gineer Randolph, are as follows: Startine- at the foot of Lemon 3v,-rt and the St. Johns River, thence Southward along the St. Johns Riv er and East side of River street to intersection of College street; thence Westward to Emmet street; htence Northward to Hawkins tsreet; thence Southward to Forward street; thence iT-ct.errl tn 14th street: thence Krrthward to Madison tsreet; thence Eastward to 7th street; thence North ward to Dunham street; thence East ward to 2nd street; thence South ward to Bronson street;; thence Eastward to St. Johns River; thenca Southward along St. Johns River to Lemon street at startnig point. . This report has been given to tfie local agents and will be forwarded io headquarters for approval. Poney Blimp Wreck Off Hampton Roads Hampton, Va., Oct. 13. A pony blimp from Langley Field which was wrecked in Hampton Roads this morn inn- when engine trouble left the lit tip shin at the "mercy of the winds, was towed back to the field tonight a total loss. Major Fisher and two enlisted men were in the blimp when she was wrecked, and jumped out of it as the baloon "touched -ground just be fore being swept out over the water. Tn thn inmn Maior Fisher suffered three broken ribs but neither of the other men was injured. COULD HARDLY STRAIGHTEN UP Whpn thp kidnevs are overworked or disordered and fail to throw out waste matter from the system, it nnsps aches, nains. lame back, swol len ankles, sore points, dizziness, flnntino- cnpc-kr.. etc. J- W . Scabrook, raster. Pa., write: "M kidneys and back hurt me so when I got out of iioH in the morning I could hardly straighten up. Had to rub the small nf mv back before I could walk. I ;ould hardly button by shoes. I have- j n't felt the soreness since I took Foley Kidney Pills. For sale by J. H- Haughton. Declares It's Simply Astonishing To See The Wonderful Benefits She Has Derived From Tanlac Says Terrible Headaches Have ' Disap peared. "It sounds unreasonable, but I have actually gained 20 pounds in; less than a month's time by taking Tanlac. and the wonderful benefit I have derived from the use of this medicine is simply - astonishing," said Mrs. Rose M. Brown, 111 Third Street, Manchester, N. H. "Whv. I am so happy, to be reliev ed of mv troubles I can really never praise this medicine enough. Up to the time I began taking lanlac, 1 suffered for something over two years with a very bad form of sto mach trouble. "My appetite was so poor I could scarcely eat a thing. My stomach would be so badly bloated with gas sometimes I was almost afraid to go to bed for fear I would actually smother. I felt tired and worn out most of the time and became terri bly discouraged over my condition. I often had such violent headaches I was unable to be out of bed for two or three days at a stretch. "Four bottles of Tanlac completely restored my health and anyone can see at a glance the wonderful change that has taken place in my condition I have a splendid appetite now and the stomach trouble has entirely dis appeared. I can eat just anything I want wothout 'ever feeling a sign of No. 3386 Km nuarnVH the five gallons of gasoline and one quart of oil today- . YOU May be the fortunate one tomorrow. Our customers have an equal oppor tunity to get the gas and oil which xe are giving away each day. Watch this space daily for the winning number .S H. C. Me I :0m.:-. t, v andC 1 y av ; Gasuline, Oil anc -Sr r ' iV ..iiiMii.-...ZZ.. m . 1. j. il'V V Sai MRS. ROSE M. BROWN j j Florida East C RAILWAY Flanler St.i ' Departure of passenger h umun station, foi latka, daily: No. 101 10:10a.m. No. i No. 1054:50 p.m. No. ) Arrival and departure of ' . trains at East Palatk, $ SOUTHBOUND DAD ino. z miami Local...' jno. do Havana SpeciaL, iso. 61 ft., west Exprea.; NUKTHBOUND DAB No. 38 K. West Exprea. No. 86 Havana Snwinl . No. 30 Miami Local , Trains 85 and 86, throng), New York and Key Weit,(j north of Jacksonville; jinitj vice. Trains 37 and 38, ftn per New York and Miami, north of Jacksonville, J. D. RAHNES, t W. S. FRY Jeweler and Optician PALATKA - FLORIDA 'SAVE THE PIECES ' ' We Match Any Lens .llUif iwwMMm"IIM,lM'l,lWl:l':A-:j1'''"1''" ri-cndMr hwip h y&r-- Sanitary Grocer 604 Lemon St. Phone 4f indigestion. The best of all, I am never bothered any more with head aches and this was the greatest re lief of all. I want to tell everybody what this medicine has done for me." Tanlac is sold by Ackerman-Stew-art Drug Co. and all leading druggists. Following are a few Regular Plate Bacon, per pound I2c Self Rising Flour, best 12 lbs 65c Best Creamery Butter 49c Week-end Cash Specia Sugar, 15 Pounds for I: Very Best Rib Bacon, lb Full Cream Cheese, lb 111 Second St. North 666 quickly relieves Constipation, Biliousness, Loss of Apetite and Head aches, due to Torpid Liver. Foley's Honey and Tar roMPOUND IS PLEASANT TO TAKE, and lonth! the raw, inflamed surfaces; top -Z 'nl .trailing feeling in .he nroat 1. i. made of the purest trerit. es and fincit ingredients to be had, con " n. no opiate, or other harmful drugs, and cost, twice a. much to make a. any imitation of it. Every Ur a Friend do-. r.li4 h,m LhSr7 w H. Thornton. ... troubled no more. -Mrs- w. n. 352J W. 10th St.. Uttto Roc. coughs. for sale by J. H. Haughton. 31 LE f 31 r 11.11 y k W A 1 -aW 1 mmh IS Opposite Putnam House LADIES WALKING OXFORDS Custom model Ox fords in the best selected leathers. L:ok well for the fine walking weather now, and wear well for the rough walking weather later on. Wing and straight tips and perfora tions. Many with instep straps. All guaranteed in quality and fit. $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $10.00r $12 00 PRICES TO SUIT EVERY PUKSt,. PALATKA'S MODERN SHOE STORE is 2n riiu v WILKINSON'S Carnation Milk; tail can .. 14c 8 cans $1.00 Silver King Milk, tall can .10c 10 cans $1.09 Maxwell House Coffee. ner can ..34c 3 cans $1.00 CamcbelPs or Ritters ' Beans. ..12c 9 cans $1.00 Pie Peaches. No. 3. ner can . . 20c 6 cans $1.00 Turnstile Corn. oer can . . 15c 8 cans $1.00 Franklin Svruo 1-2 cai, 55c L cans SL00 (Pure Cane Syrup) Dackase.llclOfori' Kellers Corn Flakes Dackase.llcieforJl Blue Rose Rice. DOund....7cl51bsJ Navv Beans. J lbs. tor 25c 13 lbs J' Meal or Grits, oer - pound ...-3c 35 Ids'' Corn or Scratch 1 Jeed. Gctasron Soao. W. j 512s j c 1J ir ' Arffo Starch. c( ( box 7c l5jor 10 bars of regular 5c size Star Soap free with every f chase of 10 bars of the regular 10c size StarSoapjj or Saturday , We will sell the - Sanitary Special Blend Coffee for Only Best Coffee ever put in a can.