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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23. 1918
: FRESH FALL SEED NOW -IN Beans . Irish Potatoes Onion Sets Garden : Peas All lands of Small Seeds : CGALA SEED STORE : . Ocala, Florida. : NEW SWEET POTATOES PECK 50c Pettijohn's Breakfast Food Quaker Corn Puffs Quaker Puffed Wheat Quaker Puffed Rice Quaker Rolled Oats Kellogg's Corn Flakes -Cream of Wheat Roxane Wheat Cereals Roxa ne Wheat Bran Shredded Wheat Biscuit Post Toasties (Corn Flakes) Pearl Barley OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS If You Have Any News for this De partment, Call Fire Doable-One or Two-Seven GROCERY '" Phone 16&174 BUY WAR SAVINGS: STAMPS , Own Your 0yn Home A House and Two Lots ' $850 ' A House and 3, Acres $2,000 A House and 2 Lots , $1,200 Can be Bought With Monthly, Pay ments of $10 L M. MURRAY Room 5, Holder Block, Ocal, Florida DR. E.J. W EIRE EYESIGHT OPTOMKTRTST - . AND OPTICIAN Did your child fail in the-school ex aminations? Many children are han'di ; . capped in their studies by defective vision ! (With Weiihe Co., Jewelers), 'Phono 25 South Side of Square OCALiA. FLORIDA L. ALEXANDER PRACTICAL CARPENTER ' , V AND BUILDER . ' , Careful Estimates made on all Con tract work.. Gives More and Better Work for the Money than any other contractor in the, city. , Evening Star Unclassified Ads. Bring Results v . RATES Twenty-five word? or less one time 25 cents: three times 50 cents; six times 75 cents. Over' twenty-five words, and under fif ty, double bbvve rate; This rate is for consecutive insertions.. Special rate , by the month. Try them out. -The Sweetest Name I've always heard The dearest name, the sweetest word, To every one beneath the sun; , Never ending, ne'er begun, Richest blessing comprehending, Every worth and virtue blending; Thread of gold from world's enchant- . ed, , . -.-',..--. '.-.- ' Just a bit of heaven granted; You i were likewise thus impressed, And ere this I know you've guessed That the dearest name, and sweetest, Purest, broadest and completest, Fairer far than any other, . Blessed, sacred, holy "Mother." , Now in later years, however, ' I should like to reconsider. , "Mother" in the long ago Was the sweetest name, I know;. But since I myself as "Mother" I have changed it to another; Joys of heaven and earth are blended, All the sweets of life are lended, Everything is comprehended In my substituted word! Ah! I wonder have you guessed it, Ere my mother heart expressed it That, the sacred name of "Baby" Is the sweetest ever heard. ' " Selected. - ( Picnic Party for Rev. and Mrs. Bun yan Stephens Honoring Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens, who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knight, Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Van Hood will be the charm, ing hostesses this evening at a de lightful picnic party at Silver Springs. The other , guests for this occasion will include Messrs. W. A. Knight, William Gallagher and Dr. E. Van Hood. , , i , Miss Elsie Hall who spent the day in Gainesville . yesterday, ; ' returned home last night- - , m Mrs. W. Troy. Hall and little daugh ter, Sara ; Katharine, left vthe hospital yesterday and are at the home of Mrs. J. W. Davis on Oklawaha. . Miss Marie Haile is expected to ar rive in the city ' tomorrow from Gainesville and will be the guest of Miss Wynona Wetherbee for several days. ' " '.- . , . Mrs. , Gregg Davis and family of Kendrick passed through Ocala 'yes terday afternoon in their car en route to Miami, where they will reside this winter. , W.'K. Lane, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Law Library Building, Ocala, Florida, tf M. C. Standley came over from Whitney -yesterday to visit his moth er until Monday, when he will leave with the Marion county boys for Camp Jackson. ; ' , Mrs. Blocher and little grandson, Robert Weir Chambers, expecte to leave this wek for Jacksonville, where they will visit Mrs. Blocher's daugh ter, Mrs. H. S, Chambers for a week. Tom Bond, the bright young son of Mrs. L. R. Trammell, who has v been working for the Postal Telegraph Co., has gone to' Starke to visit his aunt, Mrs. J. M. " Alvarez during his vaca tion. , Mr. and Irs. Peter Burkhardt, who are now seeing the sights of the na tional capital, are expected home Sun day. "Pete" writes the Star that Ocala people don't 'Iknow ' anything about high prices., i v , - v " '....:. . .. . ' . 4 .. -. " ' - : ' ; , k- . .. . '-: . .: Mr. and Mrs. . Beville and children of k Gainesville were guests of Mrs. Beville's mother, Mrs. Temple yester day.. They were among the . many visitors who took in the attractions at Silver . Springs Thursday. A congenial party going to , Silver Springs late yesterday afternoon and enjoying a. delightful "swim and a most delicious picnic, spread last eve ning were Mr. and' Mrs. Carter, Misses Floyd Whittle and Margaret Walters. Mr. R. O. Connor i came in from Jacksonville Tuesday and -returned this' morning ' in his car, taking with him his tvife and sons, Louis and Dayton, who ; have been spending some time at their country home, here. They will , probably remain in Jack sonville during the coming winte4v Lieut. A. N; Withers left last night for Jacksonville, after a short visit to his fiance, Miss Rexie Todd. He came oyer fron Pensacola en route to Camp Johnston, where he was com manded to report this morning. Lieut. Withers will in all probability return to Ocala within the next few days. . i- Mr. and Mrs. W4 H. Clark idbave rented the Henry place by Lake Weir' for the winter. They went to the lake today and will occupy the Henry cottage until Mr. and Mrs. , Henryj come to Ocala for the winter, when they will move into 'the Henry home and have charge of Dr. Henry's chick en farm. The friends of Mr. Owen Clark will be interested to know that he will spend the winter with his par ents at the lake. ... ' Silver Springs has become quite an attraction for Marion county's inland towns, especially on Thursday after noons. Yesterday afternoon among the pleasant picnic parties was a happy and prosperous looking crowd from Mcintosh, who enjoyed swim ming and dancing until late in the evening, when a picnic lunch was spread. The party was composed of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Flewellen, Mr. and Mrs. Price, Mrs. Dedman, Misses Alberta and Mary Flewellen, Allie and Myrtice Rush, Bobbie Baldwin, Lemmie and Eva Hester of Evinston, and a number of young boys of Mc intosh and Evinston. Rev. Bunyan Stephens, former pas tor of the Baptist church, his wife and their smart little son, McClure, - are receiving a most ? cordial welcome to day from their. Ocala friends, having arrived last night on the 9 o'clock train from : Jacksonville, in company with Mrs. C. C. Arms. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.! A. Knight, and Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood. Mr. Stephens will return to Camp John ston on the midnight train tonight. Mrs. Stephens will remain in Ocala until tomorrow afternoon, returning to Jacksonville on the limited. Their many friends regret that their visit to Ocala will be such a short one. Mr. Stephens is here in the interest of Y. M. C. A. work, to which his church gave him one year ago. He was a great force for good among the young men ' of the city and . county. " Mrs. Stephens with her sweet, winsome personality was an ideal pastor's wife. ; ; . . (Concluded on Fourth Page) ARRIVAL. AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS AT OCALA Seaboard Air Line, Northbound No. 4: Arrives 1:15 p. m. Departs 1:30 p. m. ' No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and De parts 4:15 p. m. . . No. 2: Arrives 1:50 a. m. Departs 1:55 a. xn. Seaboard Air Line, Southbound ' No. 3 : Arrives 1:10 p. m. Departs 1:30 p. m. No. 15 (Limited) : Arrives and de parts 4:15 p. m. No. 1: Arrives 1:45 a. m.' Departs 1:50 a. m. , , , Oklawaha Valley, Southbound No. 71: Arrives 11:35 a. m. . Oklawaha Valley, Northbound No. 72: Departs- 2 p. m. ' - Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line) Northbound No. 10: Arrives and departs 5:42 a. m. " " .... : ' ; No. 40: Arrives 1 p. m. Departs 1:20 p. m. 1 , No. : 38: '-Arrives . and departs 2:27 Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line) ' Southbound No. 37: Arrives and departs 2:16 a. m. . No. 39: Arrives and departs 2:35 p. m. - . ' , No. 9: Arrives and departs 9:03 p.m. Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North bound No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives 12:53 p, m. , 4 No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil cox, Monday, Wednesday and i nday. arrives 5:45 p. m. , No. 32 ( Sunny Jim) : From Lake land, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, arrives 9:48 p. m. ' No, 140: Daily except Sunday, leaves 3:45 p. m. for Wilcox. Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South- ' ' ' bound . , " ' No. 151 (Sunny Jim) : For tWilcox, Monday, .Wednesday and r Friday, leaves 6:10 a. m. No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, leaves 6:40 a. m. No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar rives 10:50 a. m. from Wilcox. No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 2:25 p. m. WACAHOOTA STEP-LIVELY SALE of Summer's Finest Blouses Specially Priced The Best Blouse Buying Opportunity of Many Months in this Sale of the Season's best Models These Models are most carefully picked Tailored and Made in Distinctive Styles from Georgette Crepe and other well known Silks. Indeed, you will wonder how such pretty waists can be sold for such moderate prices. , It's to clear out the shelves to make room for the greatest line of Fall and Winter Blouses that has ever been shown in Ocala -and that's reason enough. Sale Begins Thursday Morning August 22nd at 8.30 o'clock and Will . , . . ..,....;' ..... .... .... ... ' ;. , : . ' -, , . . Continue uhil Monday August 2(8 th. Our well known Line of Blouses consisting of Georgette, Satin, etc. the regular $6.50 quality at $4.9.5 Terms of Sale. None sent out on approval, no ex change or refunds, none charged. j . ; Remember the Date and ''STEP-LIVELY" FRA w The Fashion Center Ocala Florida Wacahoota, Aug. 22. -After the in tense heat of last week the nice showers were gladly welcomed and the delightful fall weather we are now having is much enjoyed by every one. Quite a party from here spent the 10th and 11th at Lake Weir and en joyed the Bathing and report a grand time. Mrs. J. M. Smith and son. Pierce returned from Dfiytona Beach the 11th and are much improved from their onting. We are glad to report Mr. Elvm Bruton is some better, and hope he will soon be able to be up. Mrs. " Maggie Phiney of , Raleigh, spent last week with her daughter, mrs. ivm cruion. ; x Mr. L. W. Duval, Mrs. Burford, Mrs Connor and Miss Alice Camp hpll of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. D. Fant, I Mr. " and Mrs. R. E. Mathews and son, R. E. Jr Mr. F. E. Smoak, Mrs! Robert Chitty, Mr. Scott . of Flemington and Rev. Monerief accompanying their cousin. Miss Lo leta Rawls of Montbrook, to the hos pital, where she was operated on for appendicitis. Last reports were she was doing nicely. v-;'0:';:V'''Ki" Messis. William and Cecil Mathews of Flemington were guests to supper of Mr. C. R. Curry; Friday evening. Mr. .Willie is just home for a fur lough from the navy. He has been in Boston and New York for nearly - a year, and expects to go over the sea as soon as the returns. He is anxious to go "over there 'and help do all he can to win the war. ; i - ' SHADY ' Shady, Aug. 22.- -Mr. Jarvis Perry and Miss' Nita Pruitt of Pedro were here Sunday. - That cheerful and popular young man Mr. Marcom Rutland of Wild wood," was here again Sunday. ; Mr. ( and . Mrs. - Fred McAteer and little son, William of Ocala, were visiting friends here Sunday. Mr. Reuben Redding Jr. and Miss Minnie Tremere of Belleview, were in our - burg Sunday. Miss Tremere is one of Belleview's most popular young ladies. - :',;-.." Mr. R. W. Blair and family of the Muclan farm were visiting Mr. , and I Mrs. Sam Redding Sunday.' : A DOLL AR V ASTED HEXPS THE ENEMY J; " That is not a loyal thing to do, of course, and few of us realize that we are helping the enemy when we waste money. Pretty bard to define what waste is. One man's waste may be another man's economy. In a general way, waste in war time may be defined as the buying of anything not essential to health 'and . efSciency. Every ', dollar one spends for unnecessary things commands goods and aero vices, that is, labor and materials, needed by the United States Government- for war purposes. And, if you invest the money yon save in War Savings Stamps, you are' again helping by loaning your mon ev to vonr'1 Government. , "" "" - US1 WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! A . . .... ::.-'! III K nrvi Micanopy, came over the 14th to help organize a Red Cross : at Central scnool. wmie owing to sicKness tnere Bg on Get in your winter were not so many out, we hope in ttie j supply of wood before it U too late, near future to have a thriving socie- J us famish you with good and ry. it is a noDie wore ana every grst class service. Phone 339. should help if they can. j tf C O. D. WOOD YARD. Miss Thelma Curry spent,, several : - days last week in Micanopy, return- j Service Flaes and Flags of the ing home Thursday. She was accom- Nations at THE BOOK SHOP. 22-3t panied home by Misses Jessie Riggs j . and Ida McMullen, who visited with Prompt delivery of prescriptions is her until Saturday. j the watchword here. Tell your phyk- Messrs. Carroll Emerison and Gra- Man. to leave them with us. We allow dy Clyatt of Tacoma, were callers in f no substitution. The Court Pharmacy, our midst Thursday evening. j Phone 284. tf Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith, Mr. and . r Mrs. J. W. Bradley, Mr. C. M. Smith ' Phone No. 451 is the American and daughter. Miss Rosalie and the Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie Misses Theora and Leola Smith, went tors, the best in the city, at the union to Gainesville Saturday afternoon, passenger station. - 16-tf..-, The GBnalmnieFS 17 miles ta the oallon cf qz' line. The csi SIX cylinder car In the world, imCcr CCCQ. On Five Passencr the latest model and reiinnxents in stoeli f or ini- I mediate delivery Price Freight and War Tax included. Esallei? Ocala, Florida. . . . T. A. P T A. 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