. OCALA 27220X0 CTAtS.' THURSDAY, NOVEHETir 4.
We are now open for business with new
and improved equipment for aitfomobil
repairing, and will give you prompt ser
vice. New and second-hand cars. Com
plete line of Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Cars UcsScd UXX Agents for .
NEEDII AM FJOTOR COrjPANY
Orange and Ocklawaha
OCALA, FLORIDA '
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WEDNESDAY TEA AT
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
Last season were inaugurated the
Wednesday 4 o clock teas at the Wcm
Club and they proved to be so
ocular that it has beendevided to
continue them through the present
ARMISTIdB DAY ONLY
ONE WEEK OFF
Fiemeraber the Masquerade Ball at the
Armory by the American Legion
on that Date
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winter, ine victory way coranui.? Cay is going to be some fcaiL. ue
had charge of the initial one yestsr- memter $s js a public masquerade
day afternoon and with a perfect day, aiiCj everyone is welcome.
gram and a happy gathering of ladies, J the egion oniy but that was a wrong
i w iuuwu swm.m9 owmu,j - tnougnx. inis uau is ivi wt cu.nu
financially, for about $25 was contri-1 everv one in Marion county and an
buted to the park and victory wa J enjoyable timers assured every one
fund. I who Attend.
Mrs. H. C Dozier, Mrs. Walter! tv, nr-ina nf arfmission is SI for
Hood, Mrs. C. R. Tydings ' and Mrs. j .entiemetl and 50 cents for the ladies
Otis Green were everywhere, extend-Jnfj :n v-w nf the very low price for
ins informal ereetinss and seeing PVrv one who can should
f 1 iir?n
that nothing was lackinz. Friendy1
far besides hav
chatter and admiration for the decora-1 in2 a wondexful time you will be help-1 m m m m m ','-?''--
nuii yyityt.nn,v iui; t.ic xng 113.6 legion pOSi as use yiwccua i - r
season, black and orange streamers, I e or benefit .of the MarionL
cats, owls and other symbols m&aei.nnT,tv not-
the time pass "cn speedy wings va-l Tirkets are now on sale at the Court
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of sonffs. old. time favorites, but stuiiv-nf the Woman's Auxiliary
dear to the hearts of us all: Suwaneel-f fv irt-i g all those who
River, Coming Thru the Rye. Airrne I v to can nurchase tickets at the
Laurie, Caroline, Last Rose of p111" Court Pharmacy or from any member
mer, etc., and ucaia's sweetest smg- of thet udiea auxiliary. .
ers tooK part. Sirs. 11 amp ton t cuss j Remember there are two ?5 prizes
Musie Bullock, Mrs. Futch, with Mrs.Ji-, up iven awav. one for the best
R. S. Hall as accompanist. costume and one for the best dancing
At the close of the crosram. sana-1 . Th hall starts at 8:30 d. m..
c3 r r r r3 r-3 i fi .
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I Iv throughout the winter and not only
club members but all residents and
visitors to our town are. cordially wel
come. Hospitality toward the stran
trer within our eates is an es
feature of the club work.
Shadv" Nov. 4. Mrs. Sherman Hol-
land and daughter. jMiss Naomi, spent
t Liowftll visit
(nf Mr. and Mrs. xealey.
Mr. and Mrs. George liuai and ur.
and Mrs. S. I Redding attended the
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NegoUable Storage Rei;ta Isszzd cn Cotton, AutcrcUles, Etc
" LOHG DISTAKCE HOVnG
Tomorrov night Ocala is priv
ileged to hear Gladys Rice.
The famous American so
prano will appear in .person.
Her program consists of ' u The
Songs that America Loves."
Assisting her will be Adeline
Packard, Violinist and Pianist.
, .. . A - v fifth Sunday. meeting at Anthony last
Sunday at 'Arcadia, Mr. Frank Car- 0. .... .1, c-,r Wrt.
Me. formerly of ftU-oit, and fJTw.SritrD
Edith West of rort Myers were iai;t- , . Sand,, made
ly married. This new. will be receiM . !:,.! frnm nlivrf Rib.
ed with much.interest by friend. ta & -,fcStaS toi ,
tins citv ox ir jarnsie. wno was uoin i .... . T T
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and reared to manhood here.. Mr. r- . ... ... . .'it th la.
lide is the son: of Mr. and Mrs. B- sundai
Carlisle ol Ocala ana aunng tne war R - on into her
he entered tne service, joining wm- , r41Bf,Jlv fftr - of water was
pany A. For the past' year he has ' . n , rattlesnake
witiMliVll W : www w w- 0 w . .
move, PAac, ship
. FURNITURE, ETC
been-making ftis home at rt rayers, . barrel. Mrs.
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navmg a pomion n one went back into the house, got
ttrtra ngrnnrsra srnrps ii mL eii.v. i ... ..... i v .
.r. . -. her mm and disnatcfted ms snaKesma.
Mrs. Carlisle is an . exceecmgiyi . , : .,. , v kjiij
,. , . j " " I A'COOu many sna&es nave uccii. fciucv
pretty and accomplished young worn-- h latflv.
ar,, and tne reuaives ana menus oi . . . - . 'j. j w.
.Kaha -rAfmlA - OVA -: O WQ1f1Tt9 n I . .
JWUUt vwuis v . . J lf V T.tflWI 01H t
visit from them. The Star joints with -V woVki inons wVy.
the friends of Mr. Carlisle m wisnms .... :.).... .,... m, p c
FREE TICKETS '
Call on or wite us for free tickets': of admission,
will be issued in order of application.
: Kelly-Miller Music .'Co.'..';
Harrington Hall Cornor
NOTE: So great has been the demand for seats that but few re
main. We advise you to call in person today.
him and his bride a happy and pros
perous married life.
The Wilmington, N. C, Star, Sept. 21st, says: "The cleanest and
cleverest show seen in many a day was Sparks three-ring rcu3f which
exhibited here yesterday, the audience taxing the capacity. of the huge
tnt." "Clean and clever'? sums up the show and the crcwd3 were or
A GOOD MEETING
HELD AT ANTHONY
Brethren of the various"
named below, in the Marion . Baptist
Association, met with the
Baptist emirch in a fifth Sunday meet
in?, and endeavored to revive the in
terest in the old union meetings as we
had m the days of long ago, and tftere
was eood interest manifested,' and
everv one benefited. The- following
churches were represented:
Olivet. Oak-Griner Farm, Ocala,
Dklawaha Bridare. Fort McCoy. Fel
lowship. Anthony, Lake Weir, Har
mony and Sparr. Preaching at 11 a.
ra. by Rev. R. F. Rogers. The meet
was called to order at 2 p. m. by
the moderator of the association, and
discusison by Rev. Gus Padgett cn
"What Do Baptists! Believe," which
was verv instructive and helpful to
all, both Baptists and otners, ior. it
other neotsle who believe dierent
from the Baptists would spend more
time seeking the truth',
Viliiui kw accept, auiuc i.
believe all would be benefited more.
The meeting adjourned at 4 o'clock.
Preaching Saturday night by Kev. J.
Kunriav mornm? the meetmsr was
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-a'N 1 f THE WORLtiH BEST PERrOSKIRS .
r:tl AND THE FIUEST TRAINED AMIMALS-
fi. MULTITUDE f STRAMGE AHD
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Barnes, who has been at the lake the
past few days, came home Tuesday to
cast his vote.
Speaking of voting, lots of us out
here found it . say "X-No" ' Tuesday.
churches I Tlie election Pas8ed off quietly, not
A-tvI-J. regretted that some of our people
vented from voting that were here.
Miss Eatherine Pyles has just had
a large dairy barn commenced. We
understand there will be fifty 'stalls
in this barn and that Miss Pyles will
run a dairy second to none in, this
Mr. J. V. Davis made an urgent ap
peal Monday morning at the , school
house here in behalf of the fair. fir.
Davis knowing the ability of this com
munity to nut UD one of the best ex
hibits that can be carried to the fair,
urged everybody here to do their
best. . '
There will be a meeting of patronal
and friends at the school house Thurs
day at 11 o'clock, at which time dif
ferent sneakers will address the peo-
and be lessl u" r.A..rL: 'T.G
Criticism TJ,ouse win uv cruwueu rrti.ii jiwii"
Rev. C. W. White, who was detained
by pastoral duties in Ocala on the last
fourth Sunday afternoon and who did
net fill his aDT) ointment here, will
Sunday , morning tne msewng was - fi Sund t 3:S0
called to order by the moderator and P , , . . t ,
a discussion of . the need of an asso-i . " ro: ,
ciational missionary. Wto C. BJ is at W,
wright and Rev. J. F. Russell. Rev.l t,;, fr-v
Kusxsll is a missionary ci some year f . wha -d his car
experience, and. gave us- some .good w a has purchased Doris
advice w-hich was greatly appreciated Ld V nracticinir for the
and needed inasmuch, as we are jus - - ,fr Frpman wfta mccessful in
entering the field as a missionary lor ygar a pony not
this association. . , I :a . iVt nc.
r. V g r ' ZavImV. Uess for him again this year.
Padgett, on t evangelism . and needless I
to say his sermon was enjoyed ier an
who know Rev. Padgett know, him to
he a. pood nreacher. . . . .
The meeting adjourned at 12:CD for
dinner, and reassembled at ?:30 p. m
when Rev. R. F. Rogers . made an
earnest appeal to the brethren to re-
vive the spirit and interest in ine
union meetings, which was very fit
tipj? fend enioved bv all--
An appeal for the uaptist witness,
our denominational 'paper, was made,
and it was seen that our people as a
whole are not taping the witness as
much as they should. . .
The meetinsr was dismissed to meet
with the Olivet church Saturday be
fore the fifth - Sunday in
1921, at ten o'clock. v .
Let everybody come with well filled
baskets and enjoy the day with the
people of Olivet.
The Anthony church was greatly
benefited by the meeting ' and it is
hoped that we wijl be able to revive
the ! interest to wher we can have the
old union meetines. with the religious
enthusiasm like there was in the days
gone by. ,
t tv-, vn f th citv trith Hemming Psrk fcr a frcst
fcw mw w . www - - -
Every modern conveaianc ta each room. Eining room terries
second to nc3
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The reason that the world is so much r-.ore ccsuort
able and convenient a place nowadays, u tscsuss d
vertislng has mads it possible fcr -mercies, 3 end
manufacturers to Ull you hat they rav. to c,;r;
without waiting for the news to spread by Vioru
The advertiser has been eble to tell many pecpa fit
once about his goods-. In this way he c sal a grtat
many more articles in a, given time r.i JJ
more cheaply. Because of adverting
possible to invent, develop and market cour.c:., ar
ticles of comfort that you now this cf as necessi
ties, which some years aero even the wca U.iy cci
not have bought. It would not have psui 1 riAe a
few to 'order. .
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The advertisements are something mere thzn tjps
and talk. They are a daily service your par fur
nishes you in additon to the other important nss cf
the world. t
J. D. SPEuCEI! j
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Read the Star Want Ads.. It pays
Fort King, Nov. 3.Mrs. Bobbie
Simmons smenfc last week with her
sister, Mrs. A. J. Simnoas of Ocalv,
Mrs; C. L.Yeung arid little daugh
ter. Doris returned home Sunday after
spending the . past week with cer
brother and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Ben
Brabham of Orange Lake.
TheFortEanjr Sunday, school is
l proirressins: nicely. Sunday school
at 3 o'clock every Sunday.
Mr. Thoma3 Stephens 'of Jackson
lrillo errant, the weekend with his
parents Mr: and Mrs. W. T. Stephens I
January", ! last week. " .
urs. donn iong( oi-,-
spent aew"2ays last"week with her
uncle "and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W J.
Mr. Willis Stephens is spending a
few days here with relatives here.
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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Coat of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIDES AND TUD25
TAX COOKS OPEN
J. C. Boatwright.
Just arrived York Imperial," Stay
mon and old time Winesap, Jonathan,
Winter Banana and Delicious .apples,
Emperor grapes, Flemish beauty and
Avocado pears, oranges, pecans, Bra
zil nuts, cucumbers, squash' and other
things. W. A. Stroud's. Phone 218.
The' tax books for state and county
tjiTPs are now onen. Those paying
taxes during November will receive 2 1
per cent discount. W. W. btrtplmg,
Tax Collector. If
Dent fail to visit ths Guarantee
Jlothing ii - Shod Company. Erery-
thicg we sell is guaranteed. eta,
Sghiing for QUALrrY--BCt prkca. tfj
LXCi-ive 13CLS ir vlsi-i Lunik, j
An Up-to-Date Esttrry Servsea b tat Lou
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We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at ail times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. . . J .
- .GASOLINE, GILS AND GHEASE,,
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