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OCALA CVENmG gXAfi, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1920
gala mam it yon have any society items. phone to five-one. Temperature this morning, 8; this afternoon, 84. . Pittsburg flour 12 lbs. $1.00; 24 lbs. $1.95 at Main Street Market. 27-3t Mr. J. P. Davis of Oklawaha was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. Flower bulbs at the Ocala Seed Store. . C-tf ' Those York imperial apples at W. A. Stroud's are certainly worth $2.25 per bushel, 60c a peck or 6c. a pound. Phone 218. ' 27-2t The members of the "A Club and two additional guests. Misses Heme Davis-and Callie Gissendaner, enjoyed their first card party with Miss Onie Chazal last evening at her home. After several hours at this 'pleasant diversion, Miss Chazal served her guests' refreshments. Mis3 Meme Da vis, who made high score, was pre sented with a dainty vanity bag. The club will meet next Tuesday evening with Miss Elizabeth Davis. Mr. R. R. Carroll is a business visitor in Jacksonville. - Use "Goodnight" and then go to sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Geiger of Mica nopy were well known visitors in the city for the day yesterday. II. B. Whittington is offered some attractive prices on groceries today. See his advertisement elsewhere. 25 Mr. Geo. W. Neville, as cheerful as ever, was in town Tuesday. It was supposed that the recent political flurry had got George's goat, but he had it with him. He says he is out of politics for good and all. Nice selection of patterns mboy's blouse waists at low prices. Walkley & Barnett. 25 . Those York imperial apples at W. A, Stroud's are certainly worth $2.25 per bushel, 60c. a peck or 6c. a pound. Phone 218. 27-2t Don't fail to visit the Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Company. Every thing we sell is guaranteed. We're Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf Dance over the. Commercial Bank will be given in future on Wednesday evening of each week. 262-t j Mr. William Wilson and two chil w. -a -ar . 1 oren, uonaid and irnette, arrived -in the city yesterday afternoon from their home at Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. Wilson will remain in the city for a few days but the children will spend the winter at the home - of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Martin and will attend our public scnooi. Mrs. wuson will arrive m December to spend . the Christmas holidays with her relatives. Our line of LADIES' COATS, the newest models, are 25 cent cheaper than elsewhere. FISIIEL'S. 22-8t Capt. Richardson of Homosassa was in town yesterday, being warmly welcomed by his friends. It has been some years since Capt. Richardson was in Ocala and the friends he met were only sorry that his visit was so short. The council didn't pass the ordi nance, but we put in the individual service. Gerig's Drug Store. 23-tf "Nice line Blue Serve TROUSERS, also Brown, Blue and Green Flannels at FISIIEL'S. 22-8t Among the visitors in the city to day were Miss Nell Olds and 'Miss Mildred Manning of Anthony; Mrs. Winifred Smith of Summerfield; Mrs. M. T. Bohannon, Belleview, and Miss Sallie Gillis of York. Dance over the Commercial Bank will be given in future on Wednesday evening of each week. . 262-t Mr. Marshall and family, compris ing a goodly number of fine-looking people, arrived in Ocala by auto Tuesday, from their recent home in New Mexico. It is possible that they will remain here, and as they dre the sort of folk we want for citizens it is to be hoped they will. Boy's all wool knee pants suits with extra pair pants at reduced prices at Walkley & Barnett's. 25 Boy's all wool knee pants suits With eytra pair pants at reduced prices at Walkley & Barnett's. 25 Apalachicola oysters fresh today, 3hone your orders. Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone 243. tf Nice selection of patterns in boy's blouse waists at low prices. Walkley & Barnett. - 25 ALL HALLOWE'EN IN OCALA From the looks of the different plans being made - for entertainments for Hallowe'en on Friday evening, Ocala will be stirred with fun bythe witches from one end of town to the other. -'-, Among: some of the festivities are the following : The Eight O'clock Dancing Club gives its first dance Fri- i day evening at the Woman's Club,; which affair promises to be exceed ingly elaborate and none the less enjoyable. -Another large party is the one. the members of the Wesley, bible class of the Methodist church will give at the home of Miss Bessie Green, at the old Munroe place. Their invited guests are the members of Mrs. J. E. Chace's Sunday school class of the Christian church, Mrs. L. M. Murray's class of the Presbyterian church and the Phil- athea class of the Baptist church, taught by Mrs. W. T. Gary. The members of the B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist church will have a jolly time at the home of the pastor. Dr. U L. Collins on South Third street. Mrs. a W. White, teacher of a class at the.Methodist Sunday school, will have a very interesting party at the home of Miss Ullainee Barnett. Miss Mertie Blalock and Miss Jewel Carroll will celebrate jointly at the home of the former, i - The juniors of the high school will have one of the "spookiest" of all the many parties' atthe home of Miss Charlotte Chazal, and some "real young folks will also gather at the home of Martha Preer on East Fort King avenue to enjoy some clever amusements. Among the visitors noted on the streets Tuesday wer Mrs. W. J. Har rison and Mrs. F. G. Croneby Athens, Pa.; Mrs. II. Herreman Flushing, N. Y.; Mrs. L: Bl and Miss Alma Marsh, Eurbank; Mrs. John S. Wyckoff, Citra; Mrs. W. 0. Brewer and Mrs. J. S. Parsons, Romeo; Miss Irene Ho gan and Miss Dora Farris,, Fort Mc Coy; Mrs. Otto Young, Shady; Mrs. W. V. Chappell, Kendrick; Mrs. J. N. Brinson, Eureka; Miss E. A. Rich, Baltimore; Mrs. E. H. Hopkins, Red dick; Mrs. Reese E. Lindsay, Anthony; Mrs. Ada Marsh and Miss Laura Hall of Wildwood. 1 - ; . W. A. Stroud has received a barrel of those fancy Howe's Cape Cod cran berries at 15 cents a pound. Phone 218. It Lighthouse self-rising flour, also plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for $1.75. Main Street Market. Phone 108. 26-5t Lighthouse self -rising flour, also plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for $1.75. Main Street Market. Phone 108. 26-5t Dr. D. M. Smith returned Tuesday afternoon from New Mexico, where he spent the summer and early au tumn. ine doctor's vacation was passed at picturesque and healthful Jemez Springs, a little known but pretty place in the mountains north east of Albuquerque. The little vil lage, part of an old Spanish mission, and settled by the Spaniards a few score years after the conquest, is an excellent place to pass the summer. The doctor, though a stranger when he went there in May. immediately found friends among the people- and made himself a genuine citizen of the community until time to return home. He found the climate, always crisp and cool at that altitude (6500 feet) most beneficial, and ! returned home feeling much stronger than for some years. Dr. Smith's friend while pleased to know he was improving m that faraway state, missed him great ly and are glad to have him home again. ; .v WOODMEN OP THE WORLD Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at jv. oi tr. nan at 7:30 p. m. every sec ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov ereigns are always welcome. J. a Bray, C C. Chasi E. Sage. Clerk. New and second hand books for sale cheap; all cloth bound. Call at 215 W. 5th St., or phone 526. 26-4t Youll profit by reading the ads in every day's Star. -A T- CUiOLiii. VS7 .i Kit (?) v , C ) O . y o o o c ) ' HOWEM' FiSnCES EIGHT MOW : Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes for Men, Yomen and Children. . , . . . t Yes, Henry Ford is right when he said its high time that prices were coming down, and to prove that we believe he is right, we have placed ALL UK On the counters at reduced prices, and we will continue reducing prices from now until January, 1921. . . . . . v . N WATCH CDHJM WME0W And counters for display of EOLHiJAY JiMAS GOODS. As usual we lead in presents for the old and ycung. BOLLS! BOILS! for the Girls, and HiECDMCAL TOYS for the Boys! . Is Going at Greatly Eeduced Prices! en ) IJ (B o (SXPS(D)M o ..proBFist? Bazaar. 4) Si Over fifty years ago a your physician practiced . y.IJely in a rurai district ana t-ca:c-' iamo.- for his uniform svczjss in tlio curing of disease. Tiiis va3 Dr. Pierce, who afterwards estab lished himself in Doiralo, N. Y.t and placed one of Ins prescriptions, which he called " Gulden" Medical Discovery," in the c.ru? stores of the United States so that the pul lie cculd easily obtain this -very remarkable tonic, corrective and blood - maker. - Dr. Pierce manu factured this " Discovery " f rorr. roots and barks a correctivs remedy, the ingredients of vvhici? nature . had put in the fields end forests, for keeping us healtby. Few folks or families jiow .liv'.:g have not at sometime or other Uad this "Golden Medical Discovery" for the stomach, liver and heart. Over twenty - four million bottles of this tonic and blood remedy feay been sold in. thl GSUIltry, MASQUERADE BALL ' ARMISTICE DAY EVENING The American Legion post of Mar ion county is preparing a big masque lade ball to be given at the club rooms in the armory on armistice day, Thursday, Nov; 11th. - This ball promises to be one of the big events of the season and a record attendance is looked for. Gold prizes will be awarded for the best costume and for the best dancing couple. Every one is, cordially invited to attend. A real iazz orchestra will be on hand to render the music with plenty of pep. Nothing will be over looked in the way f preparation to make this ball a bis: , success, and a good time is assured everyone. Gerier's Drue Store has instituted "individual service" at its soda foun tain. C 29-tf MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE X Dry Salt Mullet, just in, per pound Morris Supreme Ham per pound Clover Bloom Butter pr pound - -.... - 10-ounce glass Guava Jelly per glass -. 1 - -: -. - CHEESE; - per pound . New crop Prunes per pound . . No. 2 can Tomatoes A per can Evaporated Peaches per pound Arbuckle Coffee per pound .11. New crop Extra Fancy Rice per pound.-.- 15 pounds Irish Potatoes - L - - -. - Li d 11 45c i lfuW . . .35c V. SUGAR per pound Self Rising Flour; Lighthouse 12 pounds.--. ... " Sell Rising Flour, Lighthouse ; 24 pound Compound Lard per pound . . . - Sweet Mixed Pickles - I perjpound- Wei chs Grape Juice pint ------- Welch's Grape Juice I quart . -ItjC -.- 7tU .JIM ...:..4uU t)uly f w v i . , Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. P. & A. M.V meets on the first and third Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30 o'clock until further notice. Jake Brown, Secretary. A. L. Lucas, W. M. W. A. Stroud has received a barrel of those fancy Howe's Cape Cod cran berries at 15 cents a pound. Phone 218. It ' ODDFELLOWS Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. P., meets every Tuesday evening at the Odd Fellows hall at the corner of Fort King Ave. and Osceola St.' A warm welcome always extended to visiting brothers. - ' J. D. McCaskill, N. G. H. R. Luffman, Secretary. - T ' KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS U Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions held every Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G. C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial welcome to visiting brothers. f y t J. vv. Axm, u. u. ,. Cbas. K. Sage, K. ol R. & S. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S- meets at the Masonic hall the second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M. Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary. Read H. B. WhitUngton's advertise ment on the fourth page. He proposes to save your money on groceries. 25 , : llll ' " 1 " Moving Telephone Poles. To accommodate the building of a highway between two eastern ciUes the local telephone company recently performed Ihe remarkahle feat of mov ing Its entire pole line of 430 poles ten feet to one side without cutting a cir cuit or Interrupting service on any of the wires. The work was done by six men in two gangs, with five pole jacks for lifting the poles from their holes, says Popular Mechanics. It was start ed by raising the nrst five poles one foot, then going back and raising the first four another foot, and the first three another, and then the first two a total of -four feet. Finally the first pole was lifted clear of the ground and railroaded over to the new hole prepared for it by sliding it on a ten foot oak plank Can Never Tell About Beasts. , In New England there was a man wha would never commit himself on any question. ..Time and time again attempts w ere amde to compel him to take a stand," but to no avail. One day two of h friends deckled to make another a'ttempt -Bill," said one of the men in the non-committal man a yrejeiice, , a ; traveler toid me that he once saw a - buffalo climb twenty feet into a tree to get some grapes ? "What's that?" exilaimed the other. "A buffalo climb a tree! Say, Jim," he continued, turning to the non-committal one. "what do you think of a story like thatr "I don't know," replied Jim, "but there's no telling what a buffalo might do If he wanted grapes.t . . ww In ru- i n j'.4Lr! Y t , . - . f . f m A 'i- : ' " . ' . ' . f - 1 . -. .' f - 4 Piione 377 y.'. s.. I'' V :S- . ,1. ml llll (DhU f-f V. iM .i--1V '-' t 3 1 I n no mm i 1 1 U 1 VjJ i i f Q This is the last week that this offer is good, after this week the price goes hack up. Let us have your order now while you can saye 20. Thi n n i! Is tl !! it it !! f i! n n it " .. ft' s JUiscoum on iasiv-oaiesumy , if ; i . :,. . Eg0 - u-ime -Ime Mam - . . - n WM!IIM MIIMMHMMWMMIMItMlM;IMW;;l"1MIWttWWlM4tMW' IS I lit. MntKIN-MJl fe? r RED CROSS III"- ) V1' PNfAA"f Til i!" . Tr. fCAUC I IMC 1 With the Soldiers Li? fc ft k iW" OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. E. Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, meets the second and four Tuesday eve nings of each month. Visiting breth ren always welcrme. Lodge rooms upstairs over Troxler's and the Book There remain In army hospitals threushoxit tie conn try more than 28, 000 soldiers still being treated foi wounds received overseas. Red Cross workers give them the same sort of friendly aid only more of it ttoat was riven during the war. Furthermore, the Red Cross Is teaching these lads occupations at which they can later make a living and is keeping In touch with their hrae folks In order that no dependents may suffer for lack ol funds . UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM- ILAR LOCAL NEEDS RATES Six line, . maximum, one time, 25c; three times, 50c; eix times 75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad vance. A. FOR SALE Fifty acre farm tvfo miles from Ocaia. Apply to owners, Collier Brothers. . 50-tf FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue; seven rooms, bath, hot and cold water, as, electric lights. L. N. Green. 8-tf - FOR SALE Two story frame build ing opposite old A. C. L. Ry depot. Submit offer in writing to H. "W. : Henry, chairman of committee, 20-tf WANTED Second hand typewriter; Underwood or L. C. Smith prefered. Must be in good CHEAP for cash 417, Ocala, Fla. condition and Address "Box " 22-Ct Dependent on Tides. There is only one season of the year when one can visit Angkor (in the in terior of 'Cambodia, French Indo Chlna) owing to a curious phenomenon known nowhere else in the world the fact that the river Ton-Ie-Sap flows In land part of the year and then turns and flows outward, in the opposite di rection, for the remainder of the year. At such times as it flows Inland, dur ing and following the rainy season, there is water enough to float steam boats. When It flows outward it com pletely drains a large lake that f'-rrea part f.f the rivfr bed and loaves th3 STRAYED Collie dog about eight months old; rame Shep. Return to 223 Fort King avenue and receive reward. 22-3t FOR SALE 1917 Fcrd touring car. Will be sold cheap for ca?h. Apply to S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala. 25-6t FOR SALE On account of closing house for a few months will sell some choice pot plants, also White "Wyandotte chickens, dining room furniture, one wood cook stove in good condition,-' ere 'very lar "kit- REFINED middle aged lady wanted to act as agent in the handling of a staple and standard line of goods; good territory will' warrant $5 per day, net, in -commissions to agent. On 'receipt of $2.50 .13 security, samples and particulars will be for warded on request. Address care of J. W. C. Adamson, Tampa, Flor ida. : , 10-20-'.! FOR SALE OR TRADE Second hand one-horse wagon; 2-lIp. Intcr national : Harvester Co. engine; 1 Hp. Internationa' Harvester Co. engine. Will sell cheap or trade for corn or syrup. D. N. Mathews, C03 Second St., Ocala, Fla. 2G-Ct FOR RENT Two or three furnished "room for light housekeeping. Call ''at .04 Sanchez St. or phone 223. Ct WANTED Experienced commissary man, married preferred. Must be able to keep payroll. Reply stating , age, experience and names of prev ious employers. Apply "Commis sary," care Star oliice. 07 " FOR RENT Rooms for light house keeping. Apply at No. 20, North Magnolia St. 27-Gt EGGS FOR HATCHING Limited quantity Plymouth Rock; 15 for S1-S0. R. N. Dosh, phone . NOTICE TO PUBLIC Am now in. position to handle size contract. None too small. large or any too All work guaranteed. Estimates given free. WM. A. tf Phone No. 52G. TINSMAN, Ocala, Fla. 1iJ .0 (A C" 1.