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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, - NOVEMBER 2, VS2&
BEGIN THE DAY BIGHTS Cauae toe to hear thy loring kindness in the doming ; for in thee do I trust ; cause tie to knov the way whe-ein I should wnlk; tor I lift up my soul unto the. Psalm 143: 8. See Mr. Edwards at U-Serve No. 1 about your octagon soap coupons. 2t "Another Nash." 6tt A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant Food will perform wonders with your pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court Pharmacy. tf A Word To the Wise! There's a time for all things. ' It's now time to have your car painted and topped. The fall season's here and a paint job done now will stay a year. Bring your car to us and be satisfied.; jWhen better paint jobs are done Spencer-Ped- - rick Motor Company will do , them. SPENCER : PEDMCK MOTOR CO. ; PHONE 8 ti Plumbing & Electrical Contracting Full line of material always ' in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully given. PHONE 252 Needham Motor Co. SALT SPRINGS WATER Is growing in popularity every dayamong Ocalans. It is also being shipped to every part of the state. n is soia unaer a Try a five gallon guarantee, container. Cliero-Cola Bottling Works : Phone 167 iMllHit SASH i .' DOOR j HARDWARE HIGH GRADE PAINT E ' Arrival and departure of passenger ains at OCALA UNION STATION. The following schedule figures pnb-H ished as information and not guar--Jteed. (Eastern Standard Time) ATLANTIC CpAST LIN? R. R. Leave for Station Arrive from 2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 im 2:27 am Jampnvflle Jacksonville St. Petersburg Jacksonville Homosassa (p) Wilcox 3:15 am lists : 8:30 pm ?:10am 3:24 pm 1:25 pm 9:00 pm 1:16 pm 6:45 pm 7:25 am ( j) Lakeland 11:03 pm (p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday. j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Leave for Station Arrive from 2:34 ana Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am 1:50 pm Jacksonville ,1:15 pm 4:06 pm , Jacksonville 4:06 pm Tampa-Manatee-1:55 am ' St. Petersburg 2:34 am 2:55 am NTork-St. Petrshurg 1:35 am 1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am 1 :35 pro ' Tampa-Manatee 1 :30 pm 4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbursr 4:05 pm L. ALEXANDER PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR i ANL BUILDER , Careful estimates made on all con tract work. Gives more and better work for the money than any other ontractor in the city. IK S OCALA OBSERVANCES If you have any news items for thi3 department, phone five-one. Miss Hazel McAteer has taken a situation in the Book Shop, t State Attorney Scofield and Mr. 0. BL Conner of Inverness are in the city today. By the payment of down and easy weekly terms we will keep your Sellers Kitchen Cabinet until Christ mas. B, GOLDMAN. 2-3t - Ask the U-Serve Stores and Coca Cola Bottling Works for a gift cata logue. These concerns issue a cer tificate which will be most interesting to all their customers, and they are redeemable with valuable presents. Mr. Pillans' bus has abandoned the Webster run and has returned to the Ocala-Palatka service. That highly esteemed old citizen, Col. R. W. Davis, of Gainesville, was in town today on legal business. 'Another Nash." 6tl W. K. Lane, M. D., physidan and surgeon, specialist-eye, ear, nose and throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent star Ocala, Fla. tf Mr. W. M. Enright will tell you hew the Sellers Kitchen Cabinet will save you steps and he will make you special terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t C. C. Curry of Ocala was a visitor in' Miami this week and' while there was a guest of the Ta-Miami hotel. mV. arid Mrs. Ybnee Sage are mov ing this week from the Condon flats to the Yonge flat across the street. You can get your Sellers Kitchen Cabinet in oak or white enamel finish for $1 down Monday, balance on easy terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t Hallowe'en apples at the . K. Tea pot Grocery. ' 2t The art committee of the Womans Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at, the home of the chairman, Mrs. G. W. Martin, at 4 oclock. -,Mr. Paul Owen is home from a visit to his relatives at Quincy. He went away thin and gaunt from the dengue; he comes back looking cheer ful and plump. Says it was "Moth er's cooking." - Cranberries, Malaga, grapes, pickled pigs' feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe, boneless codfish, 'just in at the U SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 4t ATTENTION! ATTENTION! f Ford touring car in good condition, Buick truck: in good condition. Take them both for $300. Spencer-Pedrick Mdtor Co'Ocala, Fl. Phone 8. 30-tf . ,$1 delivers a Sellers Kitchen Cabi net to you Monday. B. Goldman. 3t The many friends and; patrons of Dr. Kiplinger, the chiropractor, will be pleased to learn that he has re turned to Ocala to make his home and will 4)e located at the Ocala House as formerly, ;. The boys and girls, Tuesday even ing, had the best Hallowe'en we've seen them enjoy since coming to Ocala, and that s saying' some. The day-had 'been almost summer tern perature, but a crisp and welcome lit tle chill came into the evening air. We think all of the young and some of the old folks in town were out. The sidewalks swarmed, with ghosts a.n.d ghostesses, goblins and watches, and. every minute, pa. the paved streets, a car filled with funmakers raced by; the girls filling the air with music as they laughed and chattered. It was mostly an evening of wholesome fun with just enough mischief to spice Hi The Star was let down light. The big glass windows were, soaped, but they needed washing anyway, wnicn was done this morning. Hansel Leaven good had to put new ropes on the awn ing, but 'he only grinned as he thought of some of the pranks he had played when he was young. The boys set a trash can at the office door and when w saw it w wished they had brought ft up stairs and set it down by our office table, to hold the copy we have to throw away. But we regret to re mark that along with all the merry making there was some meanness Some embryo candidate for the peni tentiary cut the canopy on one of the express company wagons, entailing a loss of ten dollars, as the canopy was new, and we hear of other instances of malicious mischief. These things detract from the fun, and are also likely to cause the 'perpetrators to run afoul of the law. OCALA TEN YEARS AGO (Evening Star November 2, 1912) Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael and Miss Edna Culverhouse returned home today from their summer vacation in Alabama. Mr. L. W. Duval left yesterday for Atlanta where -he will be for several days attending to important business. Today's Times-Union contains a picture j of James Maxey, the bright little five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dell of Gainesville. Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, who has been visiting her son, Prof. Karl Weihe and wife in Jacksonville, reached there just in'time to take the very last car that ran out to their place. The weather is cool and bracing to day, the streets are thronged with shoppers and the city presents a lively appearance. A phone message from Morriston oday says the loss of Mrs. Flora Mor rison's home was total, nothing being saved but two chairs. The house had just been refurnished and a specially heavy loss was the fine library. Mrs. Morrison left yesterday for South Carolina and the first she knew of the fire wafe when she saw the dispatch in the paper this morning. Work on Mr. H.'B. Clarkson's new home has commenced. The foundations have been laid on the site of the old house which was moved across the street. Mr. Clarkson has a very de sirable lot and the new residence will be a most creditable' one. Mr. V. E. Eldred, the painter and interior decorator, has completed the work of re-decorating the Methodist church, which will be a pleasing sur prise to the congregation tomorrow morning. The walls are finished in sky . blue and the woodwork, which is curly pine, has' been finished in the natural color. The floor has been lleaned and done over, as have the seats, pulpit and other furniture. Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter, Miss Adele Bittinger, who have been visiting relatives in Plymouth, Mass., for the past six weeks, since leaving Martha's Vineyard, have gone to Bal timore via Merchants & Miners Line, and will remain there for ten days visiting relatives. Miss. Adele will go to Lynchburg, Vaflfi to visit some col lege friends at Randolph-Macon , Col lege. Notice the card of Dr. Carlisle Izlar in this issue. Dr. Izlar's dental offices will 'open Monday morning, Nov. 4th. He has had them fitted up with all modern equipment in the Law Library building west of the square. Mr. Joseph Malever who bought a lot on Oklawaha avenue a few months ago, is having estimates made for a handsome new bungalow. CHIROPRACTIC All that is good in this line of re storing the afflicted to health and harmony of body can now be had by Florida's oldest and most reliable Chiropractor, who has again return ed to Ocala. Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala House. 2-3t "Another Nash." 6tf BURBANK , Burbank, Nov. 1. Our river piker, Ben Wise, received his oars today. It flooded out this way Sunday night. Saturday night the dancers of the community enjoyed a dance at the Turner dance hall. Later they enjoy ed sandwiches, cocoa, etc. Messrs. George Bowen, Walter Lee Tourtellot, George Clineman and Ed. Blankenhorn are glad to have their fall gardens in. Mr. Herbert Raynal Park is expect ed home Saturday. Chicken thieves are many, such as 'possums, skunks, coons and hawks. Anybody who wants some fall shoot ing' will be welcome to fresh home made bread, milk, cocoa, etc., "for rid ding us of the pests. Another Nash." 6tf Albert's Plant Food is the thins for making your flower garden and pot plants bloom. It is odorless and is sold in 25c. and 10c. packages and $2 sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf For rent, the best location in town for a grocery business; corner store. Apply to E," Star office. ll-2-5t PRIVATE SCHOOL' All grades, day and night classes. Special coaching. For appointment phone 277. Mrs. Jennie Cassil, 820 East Third street. 2-6t . Short skirts, short sleeves, low necks and high heels in feminine ap parel have caused several Swiss in surance companys, which insure a gainst illness, to raise their premiums 15 per cent for women. Let a Sellers Kitchen Cabinet do your work. Monday is the day to get it on easy terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t HALLOWE'EN DANCE , FOR YOUNG FOLKS Misses . Mea Dozier, . Emmy; --Miller and Genevieve Haile were hostesses Tuesday night at the home jf4 their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Haile on Oklawaha, entertaining a number of their friends at a most enjoyable dance. . The living rooms on. the lower floor of the Haile home were open en suite and prettily decorated". Streamers of black and yellow were festooned from the chandeliers to the sides "of the walls. Witches, black cats and Mother Hallowe'en synfbols were " effectively useL The guests came m costume, and the .'scene with the pretty cos-; tames of the dancers and the decora' tions was very pretty. . Dancing was enjoyed to victrola music. During intermission, refresh ments of chicken salad, sandwiches, cake and coffee were served by .the hostesses assisted by Mrs Haile, Mrs. T. P. Drake,' Mrs. Grider Perkins and Miss Mary McDowell. Those present at this enjoyable af fair were Misses Marion '"' Mefferti Jess Dehonj Clifton Sexton," Cornelia Dozier, Christine Close, Helen New som, Hazel Laws on, Margaret: Hocker, Gladys Rush, Sidney Curien,' Mildred Bullock, Annie MacKay, " Dorothy Bowden, Dorothy Crawford, 'T Janet' Culverhouse, Mary Wright Lattimeri Margaret Gerig, Nell WaDis, -Mary Caroline Logan and James Borland, Wellie Meffert, A. T. ' Thomas , Jr.; Tuck Rooney, Eugene Potter, Bennie Culverhouse, Wilfred HaroldLmdsay" Troxler, John Troxler, Ben Borden, Jack Robertson Jame& Krfghtr-Dud-ley Cole, Claude' Barnett,' (Carlisle Ausley. Erskine Parks, James . Ellis, Marion Lumnrus, Leslie Sinith and Morris Stevens.' Mrs. Brown - - Cole, Miss Ava Lee Edwards, Miss' Bettie Davis and Mrs. A. E. Gerig joined the dancers for refreshments. ' - immediately on his election, , the! speaker of the British, House of Com mons is entitled to receive 2,000 oun ces of plate, two hogsheads of -claret $5,00 equipment money, and ; $500 a year for stationary.. MONDAY is Sellers Kitchen Cabi net day at B. GOLDMAN'S. SI puts it in your kitchen. Balance on easy terms. 2-3t No not in a prize fight hat iafct what we mean THE TURKEY BOX we- are. talkjngabout is a nice box of goodies, preserves, etc., for THANKSGIVING DAY. If EACH FAMTLY in Florida would ve just ONE glass of jelly, or just ONE jar of preserves, or ONE side of bacon, or ONE chicken, or ONE turkey, or ONE can of beans, tomatoes corn, peai, or ONE box of oranges or grapefruit,' as they might find it possible, THE SCORES OF LITTLE HOMELESS AND ORPHAN CHILDREN ( UNDER THE CARE OF "FLORIDA'S GREATEST CHARITY THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, would not only have the greatest THANKSGIVING .DAY AND DIN NER that they' had EVER , had 4mt there would he enough LEFT OVER to provide for the HUNDREDS oi Uttle ones that will come under the care of -the Society ALL THROUGH THE COMING YEAR. j - Will YOU see to it that YOUR FAMILY gets up a TURKEY BOX for the little Orphan and Home- less Children of Florida I If you CAN only spare ONE glass of jelly, put it in a nice safe little box and send it, a TURKEY BOX may mean Just that, or it may mean a whole DRY GOODS BOX or BARREL of eats. All we ask is that your family' will send SOMETHING, whatever that something may be. . ".., , BY THE WAY it wouldn't b eJaadidea il you. packed your goalies; with SOME CHILDREN'S CLOTHESr-shoes, tie, ribbon, sweaters, 'kerchief s, etc. All these thmgs' make fine packing and would -also help clothe our big" family of homeless children from wee babes up to fifteen years of age. ,' ' .. WHY NOT GET YOtJR SCTOOI ilurch, Lodge, Young Peoplea Society, Ladies' Aid, Missionary Society, Woman's Club, Card Club, or other organiztion to get up a TURKEY BOX for us? They wffl all gradly HELP if YOU wffl only START it . i - " ' PLEASE DO YOUR BEST'FOR US however Kttle that may be-nand please mail, express or ship -by freight to the CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA,' 1904 RIVERSIDE AVENUE, JACK SONVILLE, FLORHXA. Or if you live in Wejrt Fl brida, please send YOUR TURKEY BOX to our West Florida Receiving Home, Seventh Avenue and Jordan Street, Pensacola, Fla. , R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer. , , " JUDGE W. H. BAKER, Presdent. rW. - .! . : MARCUS C FAGG, CDaddy Fagg), State Ssmt. , There can be DO: finer way to show YOUR gratitude for YOUR OWN blessings than to do something for these little ones who have so little they CAN be grateful for. Over 1200 of them have been cared for already this year. Over.90Q0 since our work begun. BE SURE TO GET YOUR TURKEY BOX OFF TO US IN PLENTY OF TIME BETTER START JT NOW, WHILE YOU'RE IN THE NOTION. SPARKS , t . y .... . -C-fV Vy ? Y--P - , .(i r - fX teg- f4 :) iv 1 ' The advertising car of the Sparks circus arrived in the city this morning with bill posters, lithographers and advertising men aboard. The show will be in Ocala ' Tuesday, November 14 for two performancesUThe advance man says the animal acts, this year aVo.! better ' than ' ever, and the two hour program is replete with animal features, many of whom vie with the human acVobatsa performing difficult : i . v - VEGEX HAVE YOU TRIED IT? I Take home a 35p. jar at our risk. If fpr any reason you do not like it, just return ;he partly empty or empty jar and we will, refund he cash without a question!. U-Serve Stqres. 28-7t . . . ; . : : r - . j . It is reported that the Stinnes group pf Germany has received, a. concession to repair the wharves and houses of Pietrograd a task requiring several yeara'-work. A shipbiiilding firm of Germany is Rebuilding the Volga merchant-fleet 'for Russia. r ' ' ; See Mr. Edwards at U-Serve No.' 1 about the new coupons for every 25c sale of goods. 31-2t ' J CIRCUS - - i IrF i feats. Are there clowns Yes, lots of them and ever yone of 'these fnrrmak- ers can produce mor laughs in a min ute than all the "tin lizzie" jokes can in'a century, and Pete Mardo's clowq band is one of the hits .of the show. The varied two-hour program contains two score or more of high class arenic stars, wonderful riding acts and, high school horses. T ' '' NOTICE 1 have cat the price of strand wood 75 cents on the cord, as I am com pelled to get it off .the land. Fom foot wood $3.50 per cord.' Phone 471, Ev Gibbons, N. Osceola SL 16-tf . ; A large deposit of volcanic ash, suitable to manufacture cleaning com mhiuIil haa been found -in British,, Columbia. Experiments prove, that it can be used to polish gold and sil ver plate. ' Many of the.most attractive valnes -in our big DOLLAR aluminum ale are still on hand. Call and see them. Theus Brothers. 26-6t ' ' v7 - -"7 r, '