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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1918.
VOL. 25, NO. 151
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Most Important Victory Gained by the Allies
Since the Battle of the Marne,
ITALIAI1S HAVE AMPLY AVEIiOED TF
., BLOOD OF THE ElIffiY,
BEDS OE US
DEFEAT LAST AUTUMN -PIAVE RUNS
LEAVE 111 THE HA1S OF THE ITALIANS
AilO FORTY-FIVE THOUSAND FHISOllEilS
Home, June 24. All along 'the
Piave river, from Montello to the Ad Adriatic,
riatic, Adriatic, the defeated Austro-Hungar-ians
are recrossing the river in dis disorder,
order, disorder, closely pursued by the Italians,
says the official Italian statement to today.
MOST HEARTENING NEWS
London, June 24. The laconic bul bulletin
letin bulletin from General Diaz announcing
the defeated Austrians retreating in
disorder with the Italians in pursuit,
is the most heartening news received
by allied countries in many months,
in the opinion of the morning papers.
RETAKING FORMER POSITIONS
Rome, Sunday, June 23. -The Ital Italians
ians Italians have crossed the old channel of
the Piave to the west bank of the
stream and recaptured several of
-their old positions, according to a
semi-official announcement tonight.
From Capo Sile other detachments
are advancing toward the main
stream of the river. The Italians have
thrown numerous' bombing detach detachments
ments detachments across the main stream, where
artillery and aircraft are hammering
AIDED BY AMERICAN AIRMEN
Italian Army Headquarters, Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, June 23. A great retreat of the
Austrians along the Piave was begun
under cover of darkness Saturday
night, the enemy leaving heavy can cannon,
non, cannon, behind. When the retrograde
movement was observed the Italians
began to attack virtually all along
the Piave from Montello well towards
the mouth of the river. The attack
was quickly pressed and became more
insistent, accompanied by violent ar artillery
tillery artillery fire. Work of the American
aviators contributed notably to the
disorganization of the Austrian
forces, according to a correspondent
of L -M:i-n Secolo.
FORTY-FIVE THOUSAND PRIS PRISONERS
Washington, June 24. The capture
of 45,000 prisoners and enormous"
stores of war material by the Italians
in their counter offensive, which has
driven the Austrians across the
Piave 'river, is announced in an offic official
ial official cablegram received today at the
Italian embassy. The dispatch said
the flooded Piave river contains thou thousands
sands thousands of enemy corpses and the
division.? which passed the river were
decimated by Italian fire.
HUNDREDS OF GUNS TAKEN
Italian Army Headquarters, June
24. The Austrian troops 'left to
cover the retreat used machine guns
to set up a barrage fire. The num number
ber number of guns left behind by the Aus Austrians
trians Austrians has not been computed, but is
said to be very great.
PICNIC NEAR COTTON PLANT
There will be a union Sunday school
picnic at the colored Methodist church
at Cotton Plant, Saturday, June 29.
Come one, come all, and enjoy .your .yourselves
selves .yourselves to the highest.
J. II. Nelson, Supt.
Mason's FRUIT JARS, all sizes, at
Clarkson Hardware Co. 22-tf
Italians Have Blocked All but One
Avenue of Escape for Their
London, June 24. All but one of
the bridges left for the Austrian re retreat
treat retreat across the Piave river have been
destroyed by Italian artillery, accord according
ing according to a dispatch received here this
ABOUT Tfl PUT
Emperor William Finds His Treach Treacherous
erous Treacherous Allies are Alive to
Their Own Interests
APPEAL FROM M'ADOO
,y (Associated Press)
London, June 24. Preliminary ne ne-frotiations,
frotiations, ne-frotiations, presumably rearardins: the
Dobrudja, have been begun between
tsuigana ana luricey ana uermany
only learned of them through her
espionage service, the Daily Mail cor correspondent
respondent correspondent at The Hague has been in informed.
Secretary McAdoo sends out the
following appeal to Liberty Loan
workr -s to help in the war savings
Letter from Secretary McAdoo to
Liberty Loan Workers
A greater number of individuals
than ever before known, own govern government
ment government bonds as a result of your splen splendid
did splendid work during the third Liberty
Loan campaign. '.
The number of stockholders in the
government should be still further in increased
creased increased through the sale of war sav
ing straps; and the teaching of thrift
and economy and the necessity for
conserving labor and material should
Friday, June 28th, has been desig designated
nated designated as National War Savings pay,
when a special effort will be made
throughout the nation to secure
pledges from every American to save
and economize and to purchase war
savings stamps. 1
I earnestly desire that Liberty
Loan workers shall render all assist assistance
ance assistance possible to war savings commit committees
tees committees in this campaign. The more
thoroughly the necessity for individu individual
al individual saving and economy is brought
home to the people of the nation, the
easier will be our work in future
Liberty Bond issues, the more quickly
and adequately can the army and
navy be equipped and the more cer certain
tain certain will be the future welfare 'and
prosperity of our people.
May I beg you to do everything in
your power to enlist every American
as a patriotic war saver and owner of
war savings stamps?
Signed: W. G. McAdoo. ;
Full line of Mason's FRUIT JARS,
pints, quarts and half gallons. Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son Hardware Co. Phone 417. 22-tf
Phone No. 451 Is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie proprietors,
tors, proprietors, the best in the city, at the union
passenger station. 16-tf
We are nearer neighbors to our ourselves
selves ourselves than whitened to snow or
weight to stones. Montafgrse.
NEW MEN FOR THE NAVY
The following named men were
sent into the navy from this station
Carl J. Teston, A. S., Whitney.
D. C. -May, engineman, Leesburg.
William ; B. Goding, seaman second
class, Plymouth. ,
K, Archibald, seaman second class,
W. H. Britton, seaman second class,
Mai tin. . ;-
A. Cox, matt third class, Martin.
Frank Davis, matt third class. Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. : T. M. Kilgore,
In Charge Navy Recruiting Station,
Postoffice Building, Ocala, Fla.
WE ARE COMING, KAISER
WILLIAM, TEN HUNDRED
Our prescription department offers
you the best in PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS. Your doctor will tell
you, Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 15tf
On embarking at "An Atlantic
Port," J. B. Lof tis, a student of r the
University of California, sent "- the
following verses, aptly expressive of
the spirit of an American soldier,
back to his friends:
We are coming Kaiser William
Ten hundred thousand strong;
Our boys are going over
. To show you where you're wrong.
The laws of God and nations
You set aside and scoff;
Well show you, Kaiser William,
The place where you get off.
We are coming, Kaiser William,
We warn you to behave;
Our soldier boys are eager
To meet you o'er the wave,
So for the cyclone cellar
You'd better make a dive;
- There's something coming to you
As soon as they arrive.
We are coming, Kaiser William,
To right a grievous wrong;
We are coming with the spirit
That moves the world along.
To wipe out German kultur
Our boys will cross the sea,
And in its place establish
A world democracy.
One million strong we're coming
To end this bloody war,
And if it's necessary
Well send ten million more.
We are coming Kaiser William,
To run you out of France;
So paste this in your helmet:
You haven't got a chance!
Florida mutton and lamb, and corn corn-fed
fed corn-fed pork at Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 3t
IN FULL MEASURE TO THE
ITALIANS, THIS YEAR MAY
SEE THE WAR END
. (Associated Press)
.Washington, June 24. Confidence
at Rome that the war may be brought
to a victorious close this year if the
Allies give the Italians a full measure
of support in their offensive against
the Austrians, is reflected in official
dispatches received here. These say
the Austrian' retreat has become a
veritable rout, but that ; German
troops are being rushed from France
to aid, the Austrians.
ABOUT TO FINISH THE FIRST
The first million tons of new ships
being built on contract for the ship shipping
ping shipping board, will probably be delivered
before the end of the month. Last
week's deliveries totalled five steel
vessels with a deadweight tonnage of
; Washington, June 24. Further im improvement
provement improvement of American positions
northeast of Chateau Thierry was
noted in General Pershing's commu communique
nique communique for yesterday. Artillery activ activity
ity activity and the repulse of an enemy raid
in the Vosges were also reported.
Washington, June 24, The Amer American
ican American casualty list issued today con contains
tains contains sixty-two names, as follows:
Killed in action, 8; died of wounds,
4; died of disease, 2; wounded severe severely,
ly, severely, 45; wounded, 3. Ernest S. Ross
of Milner, Ga., is reported wounded
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EPWORTH LEAGUE IN JUNE
Made Also Successful Raid at
III COilSEjUEIICE OF THE AUSTRIA!! DEFEAT, FRENCH EXFEGT
AflDTHER GERMAH OFFENSIVE
.Paris, June 24. The Germans
launched new attacks against a posi position
tion position at Bligny at 11 o'clock last night.
After hard fighting the Germans were
completely repulsed, with serious
losses, leaving prisoners in the hands
of the Allies, says an official state statement
ment statement issued this morning. The
French repulsed German attacks in
the region of Antheuil, west of the
Oise, the statement says.
EXPECTING ANOTHER OFFEN
The twenty-fifth annual' Ep worth
League conference :"hftld in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville was well attended, interesting,
helpful and most important.
President Garfield Evans of Suth Sutherland,
erland, Sutherland, re-elected, has returned from
attending North Alabama League
conference at Athens.
Ocala district, extending from St.
Petersburg to ; Ocala, now holds dis district
trict district banner owingN to the efficient
work of the secretaries. Miss Edith
Carter of Dade City and Mrs. Maude
Carleton of Plant City and the splen splendid
did splendid co-operation of the presiding eld elder
er elder Rev. R. Ira Barnett of Ocala.
Mrs. Waldo C. Hicks of Waldo, on&
o f the best informed of leaguers, is
not state superintendent.
" Leaguer Manuel H. Jones of Tampa
is financial secretary, while Vice
PresidentlJ3. A. Gallagher is re-elected.
Leaguer Clarence O'Neil of
Gainesville is treasurer and Carl
Koestline of Sutherland secretary secretary-Rev.
Rev. secretary-Rev. T. J. Nixon, D. D., formerly
of Ocala, has a strong league at Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Heights. They made excellent re report
port report at conference, winning the $10
offered by Miss Lillian Ralph of Sar Sarasota
asota Sarasota for missionary activity. Last
year they contributed $1000 on new
Gainesville district holds a league
picnic at Poe Springs this week.
Miss Pauline Couthen of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, attended district conference in
interest of league work, while Rev.
S. L Hendrix of Middleburg circuit
also made league address.
Missionary pledge for 1918-19 is
S200O, about one-third to be applied
to the Latin missions in Tampa and
Key West. Leaguers will again sup support
port support a Cuban girl at Southern Col College.
lege. College. ,k
The Junior Leagues have been re released
leased released from correlation with Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Missionary Society and now
make their own pledges and select
own mission fields.
Miss Cora Rast of Riverside, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, league, is visiting at Willis Willis-ton,
ton, Willis-ton, while Nora Vining of Enterprise
Juniors, is vacationing in Ocala.
High Springs Juniors under Mrs.
S. B. Phifer are the banner Juniors
of the state, having reached 100
points in efficiency. Sr. Petersburg
Juniors rank second under Mrs. Eva
Groveland Seniors of Tampa and
Tampa Heights each won 100 points
Paris, June 24. The Austrian of offensive
fensive offensive appears to have ended in a
rout, according to the view taken by
I the Paris press, summarized today
by the Havas Agency. The Echo de
Paris thinks in consequence a new
offensive will be begun shortly by the
Germans against the Franco-British
front. . :
MINOR SUCCESS, AT lETEREN
London, June 24. The British
made a successful minor attack south
of Meteren, in the Iys salient, last
night. Many Germans were killed
and the British took fifty prisoners
and some machine guns, it isofficially
of efficiency, with Sutherland a close
Orlando was awarded certificate
for 95 points. They held fine council
meeting with president, Miss Eva
Taylor. At suggestion of Miss Eliza
Wright a blackboard is used in con contest
test contest work, dividing members and
crediting attendance, interest mem members
bers members participating, etc. Thus is a
pleasing rivalry established. ,i
High Springs Seniors under Pres President
ident President Geo. T. Alexander hold certifi certificate
cate certificate for 95 points but expect to go
"over the top" this year. They had
echo meeting with Junior and Senior
delegates, Rev. W. F. Dunkle, Presi President
dent President Geo. T. Alexander, Howell Dale,
Mrs. S. B. Phifer, Mrs. T. P. An-r
drews, Misses Margaret Vaughn,
Marion Merchant and Sadie Brad Brad-shaw.
shaw. Brad-shaw. They had full council meeting,
fixing budget at $100 and arranging
A No. 1 policy.
Mulberry Seniors have installed of officers
ficers officers with President Park. J. Drek
in lead. Miss Bernice Pipkin gavw
Rev. J. E. Woodward of Jasper and
Rev, J. E. Shepherd of Reddick, rep represented
resented represented the league at Gainesville
district in Williston.
Ocala Seniors held echo meeting,
delegates being Misses Rhode Thom Thomas
as Thomas and, Eloise Bouzier and R?Jph
Simmons, Annie Laurie Boyd repre representing
senting representing Juniors.
Plans are on foot for a Florida
league paper, which he hope our
leaguers will loyally support.
Next E. L. conference will be held
at Southern College, Southernland,
Again this editor extends greet greetings,
ings, greetings, asking the co-operation and as assistance
sistance assistance of all leaguers and their
friends who labor "AH for Christ.
Maud B. Little,
Ocala, June 21. E. L. Editor.
Careful prescription service, using
Squibb's chemicals, at Gerig's Drug
Store. War Savings and Thrift
Stamps sold. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Submarine Raids oa Our Coast Add
Thousands of Men to the Navy
of the United States
Washington, June 24. The appear appearance
ance appearance of German submarines off the
Atlantic coast and exploits of marines
in France have so stimulated recruit recruiting
ing recruiting that the enlisted personnel of the
navy now totals 450,000 26,285 offi officers
cers officers and 423,808 men. Secretary
Daniels announced last night that en enlistments
listments enlistments in the naval reserve, the
first week in this month when it be became
came became known that the sea wolves were
hampering shipping along the coast,
totalled 14,406, a record for this
branch of the service, while in the
following week 12,308 men were add added.
ed. added. Enlistments in the marine corps
have brought the total strength of
the corps to approximately 50,000
men. Recruiting is continuing so
briskly at the stations throughout the
country that officials anticipate no
difficulty in speedily bringing the
corps' strength to the 75,500 author authorized
ized authorized in the naval appropriation bill.
The enlisted strength of the var various
ious various branches of the naval service
were given by Mr. Daniels as follows:
Regular navy ... 9,202
Naval reserves .... 13,704
Marine corps ....... 1,364
Nat'l naval reserves. .1,305
Coast guard 228
Since last March 1, the naval re
serve force has been nearly doubled.
The Middle West continues to furnish
the largest percentage of the recruits
for this branch of the service.
ENLIST IN THE
WAR SAVINGS ARMY
Secretary McAdoo today issued the
following appeal in the war savings
'Over eight hundred
thousand of America's sons are al already
ready already on the fields of France where
the bloodiest attacks of all history
are raging. They are suffering and
dying for us at home. They are giv giving
ing giving their lives freely and heroically
to save America and liberties of man mankind.
kind. mankind. They need food, clothing and
arms. Everyone who buys war sav-
ings stamps or signs a pledge to save
and buy thes? stamps over a period
of time helps himself and helps di directly
rectly directly every American hero in
France. Isn't this the least each pat patriot
riot patriot can do to enable our gallant
boys to fight victoriously or to die
gloriously in the cause of humanity
and liberty? Let no one who genuine-
ly loves America and want3 to serve
fail to enlist in the great army of war
savers during the period ending June
Water wings and bathing caps at
the Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
Norris Candies fresh every week at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone us and
let us send it up. 15-tf
Support your government but keep your business going' full tilt. Protect
your future by making the most of present opportunities. You may have to
skimp somewhere, but it is unwise to skimp your publicity. Allow no one
to persuade you to discontinue your advertising, unless you want to stunt
G your business. Call Phone 51 and we will gladly tell you more about it.
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Several people in Ocala are trying
to obey the government's request to
save paper by borrowing or stealing
the Star from their neighbors."
Lloyd George doesn't seem to have
been able to put his Irish home rule
and conscription policy over.
The more stamps you stick on your
thrift cards, the better you will en enable
able enable your defenders to stick to their
.guns. .- ; ,:
It is to be regretfully said that the
number of -road hogs in the ; United
States has not made bacon any
Pastor Russell was .a religious
quack. It's not to be wondered at
that his disciples turn against their
It will take economy and hard
work to fill Marion county's quota of
war savings stamps, but for the honor
of our county we must do it.
A cynical person informs us that
he has noticed that married men stick
'mighty close to their happy homes
since the draft law was passed.
The English say, "Every shilling
wasted stabs a soldier in the back."
Americans should change shilling to
quarter arid memorize the saying..'
A large number of our young men
leave for training camp day after to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The whole town should, be at
. the railroad station to see them
The Times-Union might justifiably
pat itself on the back for being one
of the few big papers in the United
States that never was affected by the
Dad thinks as much of the boy as
Ma does, but because Ma can turn on
the weeps and Dad can't pr won't, Ma
ffpt a hinsf nf V10 cirmncilixj- Wntur-
ever, that is all right, too.
. ... ;
Friend of ours who has tried both
says playing golf is harder work than
hoing corn. We never played golf,
but we have hoed lots of corn and it
never made us swear like golf does
some folks we might name.
The eight Central and South Amer American.;
ican.; American.; nations which have broken off
with Germany have a military
strength of 2,750,000 men, and it is
likely they will send a large number
of their soldiers to this country to
train, in order to be able to hold their
own in Europe.
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Marion has bought $36,155.48
worth of war savings stamps pp to
June 12. Not so much, but about as
much in proportion as any other
county. Let's keep abreast, or a lit little
tle little ahead. Duval' leads with $246,000
and Jlillsborough is a close second
Every" once in awhile we hear some
one speak of the waste of food at the
training camps. We have a notion
that this is some more German pro propaganda.
paganda. propaganda. There is plenty to eat for
the men at our training camps, but
the officers in charge consider Waste Wastefulness
fulness Wastefulness a cardinal sin.
The Starhas received an elegant
booklet, descriptive of Galbraith
Springs, Tenn., and the country sur surrounding.
rounding. surrounding. There is no more pictur picturesque
esque picturesque portion of America than East
Tennessee, where Galbraith Springs
is located. It has all" the beauty of
the mountains without the austerity
of some, and the valleys thru which
its winding rivers run win and rest
the eyes by their loveliness. Galbraith
Springs has a deep interest to many
Ocala people because it was the birth birthplace
place birthplace and home of Miss Mary Wyatt
Galbraith, who died while on a visit
to this city a little over a year ago.
The quiet beauty of her mountain
home entered fully into the soul of
this talented and charming girl and
was given many expressions by her
Our navy department says it has
no reason to believe any of the Ger German
man German submarines that have been
pirating up and down our coasts have
been destroyed. It is the belief of
some of our naval experts that the
submarines that have been sent over
here from Germany are of extra size
and greater carrying capacity than
the average U-boat, enabling them to
cruise longer, but at the same time
making them of .less speed. This
theory is borne- out by the success
which- several comparatively- slow
steamers have had when attacked by
the subs in running, away from them.
The State Council of Defense; is
urging the proper celebration of
loyalty day, July 4th. The executive
secretary, H. H. Howard, has sent
suggestive programs for the exer exercises
cises exercises to every county chairman of the
state council in the state. It is hoped
that every city and town will respond
to the request of the president to
make this one of the greatest events
of the year. Many of the state coun council
cil council speakers have been urged to to
speak on that date. We hope Ocala
will be amoflg the leaders on -the 4th
of July in celebrating loyalty day.
A German statesman admits that
if his country wins on land, it will be
in sore straits' if America and Brit Britain
ain Britain retain control of the sea. He
probably thought about what a small
chance German commerce would
have if every ocean was patrolled
as it would be with British and
American submarines. For the Al Allies
lies Allies have far more submarines than
the Teutons. 1 '
. That's a great vice campaign be being
ing being waged in Jacksonville! We note
the names of -the women arrested, and
their fines $50 and 100; but not a
darned man is "given away" in print,
nor anything said about punishment
for him. Tampa Tribune.
If you will, go to Jacksonville "and
investigate, you will find that men
are paying most of the fines.
j. There doesn't seem to be any foun foundation
dation foundation for -the stories' of cruel treat treatment
ment treatment of American prisoners by the
Germans. Prisoners in a country as
hard pressed as Germany are bound
to suffer pri cation, but there is no
need to believe they are the victims
of cruel treatment unless our govern government
ment government officially says so.
- It is considered likely that before
this country is in danger of invasion
from a foreign enemy a large number
of big guns will be built and mounted
on special cars, which will run on
military railways along our coasts.
These traveling forts would have an
immense 'advantage over ships.
FOR THIS WEEK
Today: Pauline Frederick in
Tuesday: Madge Kennedy in "The
Danger Game" (Goldwyn). Also
Wednesday: Dorothy Dalton in
"Flare Up Sal." ; r
Thursday: J Stuart Blackiston in
"The Judgment House," Also, Mutt
A. E. GERIG
KEEP THE FIGURES STRAIGHT
. One day last week, Mr. R. C. Camp
published "in the Star an advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, in which he made the following
The city records show that the cost
of making power for the first two
weeks of June is as follows:
Freight on same ............ 51.60
Fuel petroleum 80.18
Engineers ..... ... . . 1 147.00
. .' $844.43
Mr. Camp's figures would stagger
any taxpayer. They would convince
him that our city plant costs $1300 a
month in fuel alone, for two weeks is
less than half of a month.
Perhaps Mr. Camp did not have the
matter fully explained to him, or. he
would not have made such a mislead misleading
ing misleading statement. While $491.65 had
been paid for wood in two weeks, not
near that much had been burned. The
superintendent of the plant buys wood
when he can, for some times he can't
obtain it. At the time Mr. Camp ob obtained
tained obtained his figures', there was a large
supply of wood on hand. As will be
seen by the superintendent's report,
$500, instead of buying' wood for only
a little over two weeks will buy it for
nearly a month.
Also, Mr .Camp gives us $80.18 as
the cost of fuel oil used. The superin superintendent
tendent superintendent reports $91.80 paid for fuel
oil last month, of which on June 1st
4160 gallons were on hand. During
the first two weeks of June, the oil
engine was in operation thirteen
hours a little over half a day. The
superintendent says he does not know
where Mr. Camp found that bill for
$81.60; thinks it is an old one picked
up by mistake.
The amount for salary for engi engineers
neers engineers is also erroneous. The day en engineer
gineer engineer receives $100 a month; the
night man $90. So Mr. Camp was off
$57 on this.
It must be remembered that if the
city takes powder from the Florida
Power Company, men and fuel will
have to be kept on hand all the time,
in case of an accident to the line or
at the powerhouse. At least one en engineer
gineer engineer and one fireman or a 'corre 'corresponding
sponding 'corresponding force must be on duty all
If .'Mr. Camp is going to convince
the people of the city of the advisa advisability
bility advisability of using his company's power,
he must be careful with his figures.
Following is Mr. Caldwell's report:
Superintendent Caldwell's Report
Ocala, Fla., June 4, 1918.
E. A. Osborne, Chairman of Public
Dear Sir: I beg to. report operat operating
ing operating and maintenance cost of the elec electric
tric electric light and water department for
the month of May. This does not in include
clude include interest and depreciation.
Very truly yours,
J. C. Caldwell, Supt.
336 cords of wood. ........ ..$524.70
1530 gallons fuel oil......... 91.80
Labor for handling wood on
the yard ... 46.50
Freight on wood .......... 193.88
Lubricating Oil and Waste
62 gals, cylinder oil at 70c.
per gallon 7....... ...$ 43.71
86 gals, engine oil at 28 c. '
per gallon ......... J 24.51
8 lbs. Keystone cup grease at
16c. per lb. ... ...... 1.32
16 lbs... waste at 14c. per lb. . 2.24
8 boiler gaskets at $1 each..... 8.00
5 lbs. packing at $1.20 per lb.. 6.00
Total cost ...............$1344.06
Maintenance material on hand June
1st, 1918, as follows:
25 cords wood, 4162 gallons fuel oil,
60 gallons kerosene oil, 5 gallons cyl cylinder
inder cylinder oil, 150 gallons engine oil, 25
gallons gas engine oil, 40 pounds Key Keystone
stone Keystone grease, 125 pounds packing,
one-half bale waste.
We have the finest porch swings in
town. See them. Welch-Todd Lumber
Co., two blocks north of the union de depot.
pot. depot. Phone 223. 8-tf
Has become the slogan not
only on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines
of industry. There's no
such th'ng as safety if
your valuable property is
not covered by
We represent a number of
the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil facilities
ities facilities are not surpassed in
D. W, DAVIS, Agency
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UNDERTAKERS and EM0ALMERS
PHONES 4V 104, 305
Now we have sent your boy or your neighbor's boy cut into a
foreign land, into terrors that we cannot even know and his
faith has not faltered. He knows we will do cur part, and we
know he will do his.
Are we keeping the faith ? Are we scrimping and saving and
giving to help our boys do the thing that humanity has asked of
them, and to help them come back to us sane and whole ?
National War Savings Day
Saving to help our sons is not to be called by the ugly name of
duty or sacrifice. It is love's blessed privilega
It is Your Duty to Conserve Fruits and Vegetables. Wc Carry
Cans and Mason's Fruit Jars all Sizes.
This bank received an another
other another shipment of LIBERTY
BONDS and, we will be glad for
those who subscribed to call
that the same may be delivered.
MUNR0E & CHAMBLISS
IRISH POTATOES-AM QUANTITY
FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT n
Strictly No. 1, per Hamper
Number Twos, per Hamper
(F. O. B. Ocklawaha).
Cash Must Accompany All Orders Unless Satisfactory Bank Ref-
. erences are Furnished
MUCM MEMS PRODUCE CO.
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4S9VTD BY THE
Long and Short flaaling
Wften your boy was so little that all the
world was a foreign country to him, ha
trusted you to take care of him.
You sent that boy to school arid to play
and on ycur little errands, arid with implicit
. faith he did your bidding.
National War Savings Committee
This space contributed for the Winning of
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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JUNE 24. 1918
On Palm Beach and
Cool Cloth Suits.
OCAIA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Hare Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Five Double-One
' or Twd-Seveu
v-t.-. no r f twrinr
IS It. Li. IllilUb
(With Weihe Co.; Jewelers)
OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
South Side of Square
Buy War Savings Stamps.
I have shut by books and hidden my
And tossed my satchel across the
My school is out for a summer of rest,
And now for the schoolroom I love
My schoolroom lies on the meadow
Where under the clover the sunbeams
Where the long vines cling to the
And the daisies twinkle like fallen
Where clusters of buttercups gild the
Like shadows of gold-dust thrown
over the green,
And the wind's flying footsteps are
v traced, as they pass,
By the dance of the sorrel and dip of
My lessons are written in clouds and
- : trees,
And no one whispers, except the
That sometimes blows, from a secret
A stray, sweet blossom against my
My schoolbell rings in the rippling
That hides itself, like a schoolboy's
Under the shadow and out of sight,
But laughing still for its own delight.
My schoolmates there are the birds
And the sau squirrel, more dull
For he only learns, in all these weeks
How many chestnuts will fill his
My teacher is patient, and never yet
A lesson of hers did I once forget
For wonderful lore do her lips impart J or a vjsj
Ana an ner lessons are learnea Dy
chell of Jacksonville, is here and will
keep house for her during her ab absence.
sence. absence. The library board will hold a meet
ing at the library tomorrow evening.
Mr. R. J. Rivers will arrive in
Ocala tomorrow from Jacksonville,
to his family.
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rJciil officii v.VtfQfftiGciylffip Conftmii&GO
Thix pac ecsstribuied for the Wmnins cf the T7ftr by
Ttie Fashion Center
Mr. R. O. Connor, with the Inter
Oh, come! oh, come! or we shall be j national Harvester Co., with head-
late, I Quarters in Jacksonville, spent tne
And-autumn will fasten the golden Lppknd with his familv in this citv.
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Tli f r,9tnro T tho Kpf ir. ana airs, xiarper ana xurs. xi.
Katherine Lee Bates. Uiaiile to iMiami toaay, ana wiu spena
la poiinle of weeks there visiting rela-
Mr. Trnv 'Rrio'ps, n strident flt the I tives.
J I tr- T XT ;n.
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i xsooe came up xrum uuuuciiyjii oaiui-
I 1 1 At 1. J A
Mr Ponhori nf Tnmna ,' in W ana were me weeit-euu guests ox
the city the guest of his brother-in- Miss Booe's mother, Mrs. B. H. Sey
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. niour.
I Second ward Bible study class
Mr. Junie Perkins and Miss Maud meets with Mrs. J. xMiillips VVea
Watson of York, motored to Ocala nesday at 4 o clock, bubject, Uod 3
Saturday evening and attended the Power of Deliverance." Leader, Mrs.
picture show. I Carter.
The regular business meeting of j Mrs. J. H. Strunk returned Friday
the W. C. T. U. will be held tomor- I from Tallahassee, where she accom
row afternoon at the Presbyterian I panied her daughter, Katharine, who
church at 4 o'clock. I will attend the summer school for
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo, accom-1
panied by Mrs. J. W. Davis, left to- J Mrs. Clifton Long, accompanied
day for Jacksonville m Mr. Mayo'sjMrs. Guthrie to Kendriok with the
car. Mrs. Uavis will be tne guest or I remains of her daughter, Miss Angie,
her sister, Mrs. Congleton until Wed- land will remain there. with the family
nesday. Mrs. Davis' aunt, Mrs. Mit-lfor several days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dorman and
children, who have recently moved
here from Lakeland, expect to have
rooms with Mrs. Belle Mershon on
Fort King avenue
An item of social interest is the an
nouncement of the wedding, June 2,
of Miss Dorothy Isabel Brown to
Sherman Bryan Jennings, both of
Jacksonville. Mr. Jennings is the son
of ex-Gov. Jennings.
Next Sunday being orphanage day
at the Methodist church, a very in
teresting program has beer arranged
by Mrs. M. M. Little, who will present
an anti-cigarette program, during the
Sunday school hour.
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Miss Agnes
Burford and Mr. Sam Burford will
leave tomorrow for Philadelphia,
where they will visit Lieut. Robert
Allen Burford and wife. Sam goes
to again try to enlist in the navy.
Miss .Louise Sanders arrived in
Ocala yesterday from Lake Helen,
and is the guest of her sister, Mrs
Usher Norwood. She was joined in
Hernando by Mr. and Mrs. George C
Croft, coming up with thm in their
car as far as Clearwater. They went
on to Williston.
The first Sunday in July will be
Patriotic Sunday" at the Methodist
church. Bishop Morrison of Leesburg
will fill the pulpit. He is a forceful
and interesting speaker and the
Methodists of this city are fortunate
in having him with them at 'this time.
Mrs. W. A. Kelsey and daughter,
Miss Winona Kelsey, left recently for
Inverness, where they are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ira Singleton, for
a brief visit. Times-Union.
Mrs. Kelsey is a sister of Mrs. R.
D. Weaver and has often visited in
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sanders of
; Brooksville, were guests of Mrs.
Sanders' sister, Mrs. George Martin,
the past week-end. They left for their
home, today, accompanied by Mr.
Martin, who will travel South Florida
Mrs. J. P. Phillips entertained at
a pleasant supper party baturday
evening in honor of her son, Sam.
The young ladies sharing the honors
with him included Misses Maud Lil
lian Little, Rhoda Thomas and Delia
Miss Gladys Martin who is the at
tractive guest of her sister, Mrs.
William Wilson in Tifton, Ga., is
there as elsewhere a most popular
young lady. She is having a delight delightful
ful delightful visit and is being most pleasant
ly entertained by the many friends
Mrs. Wilson has already made in her
Mrs. R. O. Connor and son, Dayton
are spending a ...few weeks on their
farm near this city, Mrs. Connor
never being so happy as when enjoy
ing the delights of the old country
home where she lived as a girl and
where she and Mr. Connor made their
I home for many years. Louis Con
nor now has a position with the In
ternational Harvester Co., and is
staying with his father in Jackson
The normal school girls at the A.
T. O. fraternity house, Gainesville
were given a very delightful dance at
the A. T. O. house Saturday evening.
by their matron, who is so nice to
the students that she is making
warm place for herself in their
hearts. She has promised the A. T
O. girls some such pleasant recrea
tion each Saturday evening, their be
ing off duty at this time. Several o
Ocala's young girls are now students
MARION COUNTY FARMERS
Do you need money to pay off a mortgage;
to purchase live live stock; to fence or stump
land; to erect buildings or in other ways to
improve your farm? If the real estate secur security
ity security and the moral hazard are satisfactory,
the Federal Land Bank of Columbia will
make you a loan at 5 interest and for a
35 year term, with privilege of repayment
after five years.
Detailed information given by
R. S. Rogers, Secretary.
Ocala National Farm Loan Association.
M. & C. Bank Building. Phone 481.
S EED PEAS!
Whippoorwlll Peas, per bushQl - $3.03
Mixed Peas, per bushel - - v2.75
Chuf a Seed, per bushel - - 5.50
Brabham Peas, per bushel - 4,00
OCALA SEED STORE
Phone 435 - - Ocala, Fla.
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OCALA MARBLE WORKS
MARBLE AND GRANITE
MOWDMENTS & HEADSTONES.
Granite, Marble and Cement Fencing
and AH Kinds of Cemetery Work.
Let Us Quote You Prices.
E. W. LEAVENOOD, Manage
Yard N. Magnolia St. Ocala, Florida. )
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In the heartj the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each room. Dining room service ii
second to none.
KATES From $1.50 per day per person to ?6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
jm y. -. "' mm
We Waet several hundred
pounds ol clean rags table and bed lin linens
ens linens prelerrCd.
jCT. .2T- .O1. "'CT. .O. jO".
at the university.
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1918
Mr. C. W. Hunter is spending a few
days in Jacksonville.
Mr. Eddie Armstorng came up
from Belleview to transact business
in the city today.
Another sign of war is in the fact
that every once in a while our soda
fountains are shy on carbonated wa water.
ter. water. Small cream 5 cents; tall cream 13
cents; Dime brand milk 13 cents, at
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 3t
If the men in our army and navy
can do without luxuries we at home
Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakeland
was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Stevens, in the city today.
Our young selected men who en entrain
train entrain for Camp Jackson Wednesday,
will leave on the 1:20 p.-m. A. C. L.
Mr. Louis Keeffe, who is now help helping
ing helping to build ships in Jacksonville,
spent Sunday with his relatives in
Ocala. ':- j'-'y- :
We carry in stock everything in the
optical line. J. Chas. Smith, Jeweler
and Optician. 3-tf
Sheriff Galloway and Deputy
Grubbs had plenty of fun Saturday
.evening over that joke about a
preacher's sentence to jail.
After several days of dryness and
oppressive heat, a delightful rain
Sunday afternoon refreshed the vege vege-;
; vege-; tation and cooled the atmosphere.
Messrs. L. W. Duval, L. R. Chazal
and J. H. Brinson spent Sunday in
the latter's old home neighborhood at
Eureka, where Mr. Duval spoke in the
interest of the Red Cross.
Pauiine Frederick, always a great
favorite with Ocala movie fans, i will
be at the Temple this afternoon and
evening in a fine Paramount picture
story, "Madame Jealousy."
Mr. Robert Tydings, unwilling to
wait until next January to get into
the navy, now hopes to go to Camp
Jackson with the selected men Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and train for army service.
,Mr. S. C. Hickel, one of Ocalas se selects,
lects, selects, came in Saturday night from
ing a position, to' see his relatives
here before leaving for Camp Jackson
X Full line of Mason's FRUIT JARS,
pints, quarts and half gallons. Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son Hardware Co. Phone 417. 22-tf
A dispatch from Dr. D. M. Smith
this morning announced his safe ar arrival
rival arrival at Spartanburg, and as he was
about to go out to Camp Wadsworth
1 to ,see his son, Lieut. Smith, and the
other Ocala boys there, he was evi evidently
dently evidently feeling better. ... -.
Martin was well represented in
Ocala Saturday. Among her pros
perous citizens transacting Dusines3
in town were Messrs. John and Ver Ver-ner
ner Ver-ner Knoblock with their families, E.
P. and Neil Townsend and others.
The first two community sings were
so successful that the Star is glad to
be able to report that Mr. Lester
Lucas is trying to prepare for an another.
other. another. Nobody knows any better how
to prepare a musical program than
Mr. Lucas, and we expect to see him
receive the hearty co-operation of all
Mr. Clyde Balcolm, the clever
traveling man and farmer, is liable
to this draft, but as he has a half in interest
terest interest in a big farm the government
has exempted him until his present
crops are in. He expects to enter the
service Oct 15, and his friends know
he will go into training with the
same vim he has always shown in
Mr. William Fielding of Belleview,
the new assistant at the Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, will be pleasantly remembered
here where he attended high school.
He later went to Gainesville, where
he graduated from the university
with honors, at the age of seventeen.
He is making his home with Mrs. J.
W. Davis and is receiving a warm
welcome from his young friends.
A full length 'pjcture of Mary Pick Pick-ford,
ford, Pick-ford, the movie queen, now ornaments
the walls of our sanctum. It is a
present, from Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett of the Temple, and it lias addi additional
tional additional value to us because Mary looks
like the twin sister of a very pretty
Ocala girl whom we have watched
grow up from babyhood to sweet six sixteen,
teen, sixteen, and getting prettier every day.
We have received an interesting
letter from Lieut. Hugo Mcintosh,
with the 54th Infantry at Camp
Wadsworth, S. C. Pershing says he
wants only good marksmen in France,
and Lieut. Mcintosh had been on the
rifle range 35 miles from camp for
over two weeks. He says that he has
been to see the Ocala boys who were
transferred from Company 'A to the
First and Second Pioneer Infantry,
and that they are doing well and like
their new regiments very much! A
young man from Coleman, by the
name of Wicker, a cousin of Dr.
Walters and his brothers, of Ocala, is
in Company F, of Lieut. Mcintosh's
regiment and in the lieutenant's sec section.
Sheriff Galloway and Deputy
Grubbs rounded up a big moonshine
still onv Tucker Hill 'Saturday night,
capturing the apparatus, quite a lot
of booze and the proprietor. Will
Shivers, white. Will is something of
an artist. His homemade still was
very ingenuous, and the liquor he
made with it was almost fit to drink.
He had a session with Judge Smith
this morning and was assessed $200
or ninety days.
We expect, as a matter of course,
that our soldiers and sailors will do
as they are ordered. We oftentimes
do not think it necessary to do what
our government asks us to do. Why
should we not be just as prompt in
our response? Our men are ordered
to expose themselves to the guns of
the Huns. We are asked only to save
and to loan our savings to the gov government.
ernment. government. Can we refuse this request?
Mrs. R. F. Rogers, who has not
been well for a long time, has suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently recovered, the Star is glad
to "say, to visit her daughter, Miss
Emma; Rogers, in Jacksonville. V
Dr. Montague, president of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia College, preached two fine ser sermons
mons sermons to Ocala Baptists yesterday.
A very nice line of Wash Cloths on
display at Gerigs Drug Store. We
also sell War Savings and Thrift
Notice Is hereby given, that on th
30th Day t July, 1818,
the imderslgmed will apply to the gov-
tides of Incorporation Tinder the name
ana style or MEliTON TIMBER XM XM-PANY,
PANY, XM-PANY, upon the following "proposed
. J. W. 'MEITON.
' R. T. IMEL.TON.
' H. M. HAMPTON.
PROPOSED CHARTER OP -THE MEL MELTON
TON MELTON TIMBER' COMPANY
We. the iinderslsmed. thereby asso
ciate ourselves together ,for the our-
pose of becoming Incorporated under
the general laws of .Florida under the
name ana style of the MELTON TIM
BER COMPANY, In accordance with
the following proposed charter.
The name of the corporation shall (be
MEITON TIMBER COMPANY, and Its
principal place or business : shall ,e
citra, jrioriaa. r
The general nature of the business
to :be transacted by the corporation
shall be to own and operate saw-mills
for the manufacture of lumber and the
dealing generally in. lumber, and ititi
ber; and .the company shall have the
right to deal as a lumoer broker and
buy and sell lumber and timber; to
operate commissaries and stores, and
deaL generally as a "merchant, either
wholesale or retail. The company may
tuy ana seu. lands xor ipront ana deal
generally as a real estate agent, and
may also construct buildings, bridges,
roads and other structures toy contract
or upon any other terms; and may car carry
ry carry on, do and nertorm all other busi
ness that 13 necessary for the purpose
of carrying out this charter, and not
Inconsistent "with the laws of Florida.
The amount of capital stock author authorized
ized authorized is Fifteen Thousand ($15,000) Dol Dollars,
lars, Dollars, which shall toe divided into 150
shares of the par value of $100 each.
whtch may be paid either In cash or 'by)
a conveyance to tne company or jrop jrop-erty
erty jrop-erty of a value equal to the amount of
stock Issued therefor, or toy services
performed and to be performed for said
The corporation shall exist for a
iterm of ninety-nine years.
The business of the corporation snail
be conducted toy a president, vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, and
a board of not less than three dlree dlree-tors
tors dlree-tors to Hte elected at the annual 'meet 'meeting
ing 'meeting of .the stockholders, which, shall
te 'held on t he first Tuesday tn 6ep 6ep-temtoer
temtoer 6ep-temtoer of eacfh year. The office of
secretary and treasurer may ibe held
by the same person. J. W. Melton,
president, R. T. iMelton, secretary, and
treasurer, and H. tM. Hampton, vice
president, and the said J. W. iMelton,
R. T. Melton and H. M. Hampton as
directors, shall conduct the 'business
of (the corporation until those elected
at the first annual election shall be
The hle-hest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to iwhich the corporation
Thousand (150,000) Dollars.
The names and dacea of residence
of the incoriorators, together with the
amount or capital stocK 'subscribed by by-each
each by-each are as follows:
J. W. Melton Citra, Florida, 5
R. T. Melton, Citra, Florida, 140
H. M. Hampton, Ocala, Florida, 5
Witness the hands and seals of the
incorporators this 21st day of June,
J. W. MELTON. (Seal).
H. T. MELTON, (Seal).
H. M. HAMPTON, (Seal).
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
Personally appeared J. W. Melton, R.
T. Melton and H. CM. Hampton, .to me
well known to be the persons describ described
ed described in and who executed the foregoing'
proposed charter, and each of thema
acknowledged to me that they execut executed
ed executed and signed the said charter for the
purposes therein expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal
this the 21st day of June, 1918.
T. S. TRANTHAM,
(Seal) Notary Public
My convmlasion expires the 17th1 day
of May, 1922. 6-24-mon
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Own Your Own Home
A House and Two Lots
A House and 3 Acres
A House and 2 Lota
Can be Bought With Monthly Pay.
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The friends of Dickison Chapter, U.;
D. C, are invited to attend a silver
tea, on Friday afternoon, June 28th, i
4:30 to 6:30 o'clock, at Mrs. B. D.
Blackburn's residence. The proceeds
will be used in buying war savings
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rlcard returned
home last night after spending a few
days in Madison.
The ladies' missionary society of
the Presbyterian church will meet at
the manse at 4 o'clock Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. -''
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bourlay of
Leesburg, were the week-end guests
of Mrs. Bourlay's brother-in-law and
sister, Dr. and Mrs. Shephard, at
their home in this city.
Mrs. B. F. Condon and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Ruby Anna, who have been
spending the past three weeks with
Mrs. Condon's mother, Mrs. C. E.
Connor at the lake, have returned
Miss Fannie Clark returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Dunnellon, where she has
had a most enjoyable short visit with
Mr. and Mrs. William Metcalf, in
their cozy new home where they
have just begun housekeeping.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dosh have
named their handsome little son Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Perry. If the omen of the name namesake
sake namesake effecting one's interest and hap happiness
piness happiness is true, we are sure he will be
a decidedly popular and fortunate lit little
tle little boy, considering out of whose re regard
gard regard he is named for.
Miss Elizabeth Wetherbee is ex expecting
pecting expecting a visit in the near future
from a very attractive little girl of
Jacksonville, Marjorie Bly, who visit visited
ed visited her for a week a couple of months
ago. Marjorie made many friends
while here who will be glad to have
the opportunity of again seeing her.
Misses Josephine Perry and Luvy Luvy-lee
lee Luvy-lee Schoeflin of Tampa, who are th
attractive young guests of Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood, and Miss Jewell Bridges,
a sweet Ocala girl soon leaving for
Georgia "for the summer, will be the
honor guests of their intimate girl
friends Tuesday evening at the home
of Miss Delia Livingston. This hos hospitable
pitable hospitable diversion will be in the nature
of a farewell party to Miss Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, who is leaving soon for Kitchin Kitchin-mills,
mills, Kitchin-mills, S. C, for the summer.
Mrs. W H. Jackson, who mr.ny
will remember as the popular Miss
Lutie Mote Hansbrough of Tampa, is
now the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Wil William
liam William Hocker and will later in the
week visit at the home of her aimt,
Mrs. Louis Duval. Mrs. Jackson has
for the past several months been with
her husband, Lieut. Jackson at Green Greenville,
ville, Greenville, S. C. j She also visited her
mother's sister, Mrs. Savares, in Sa Savannah.
vannah. Savannah. Mrs. Savares, who will be
remembered here and in Leesburg as
Miss Xena Herndon, "was a : girl of
unusual and alluring qualities of both
mind and heart, who once having
known is never forgotten.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, chairman of
the woman's committee of this coun county,
ty, county, has appointed Mrs. Harry Hol Hol-comb
comb Hol-comb as her chairman of committees
of the war savings booths, which are
to be conducted throughout our city
in the next two weeks. Booths will be
placed in various sections of the city.
Miss Annie Davis has been invited by
Mrs. Holcomb to be. her assistant in
this work. The following ladies have
been appointed as assistants to Mrs.
Moorhead: Mrs. A. T. Thomas, Mrs.
W. A. Barrett, Mrs. L. N. Green, Mrs
leyvm urunn, xnrs. L. snepnara,
Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. L. W. Pon
der, Mrs. James Knight, Misses Kath Katharine
arine Katharine and Delia Livingston, Marguer
ite and Ava Lee Edwards, Mabel
Meffert, Caroline Harriss, vRexie
Todd, Isabel Davis,' Dorothy Adams,
Rhoda Thomas, Ullaine Barnett, Lu
cile and Callie Gissendaner, Irma
Blake, Ellen Stripling, Ruth Sim
mons, Ella Mae Rivers, Dixie Roberts,
Jewell Bridges and Virginia Beck
Your patriotic duty is in proportion
to the money you earn. The more you
get the more you can, and should, in
vest in war savings stamps.
Phone us your wants anything in
pure drugs or druggist's sundries.
Court Pharmacy, phone 284. 15-tf
Many of our poorer citizens are un
dergoing real sacrifices that they may
be able to show their, patriotism by
buying war savings stamps.
Buy Thrift Stamps of us and keep
your skin nice and soft with Rexall
Skin Soap. Ceng's Drug Store, tf
Samuel Gompers says: "There are
still many to whom this world cata cataclysm
clysm cataclysm has so little meaning that they
are still pursuing luxuries and self self-indulgence."
indulgence." self-indulgence." Are you one of these
people, or do you save to the utmost
of your ability and with your savings
buy war savings stamps?
Nunnallys Candies fresh every
week, at Ceng's Drug Store, where
you can also get Thrift Stamps, tf
Don't talk patriotism show it. Prove your
patriotism by "signing the pledge" to save and
invest your savings in War Savings Stamps.
Your Government has officially set Friday, June 28th, as National
War Savings Day. Every loyal American will be summoned to
show his patriotism by pledging himself to invest a definite
amount in War Savings Stamps.
W. S. S.
JiJiiiviJrStrtJit This space
WANTED, LOST, vFOUND, FOR
- SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, on
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month. S3. Payable tn advance.
WANTED A second hand typewrit typewriter;
er; typewriter; must be in good shape and cheap
for cash. Address "Value," care Star
FOR SALE Several hundred barrels
of pears; nice bright fruit. Will be
ready for shipment July 1st. Address
James S. Harvey, Sparr, Fla. 22-6t
FOR SALE One 24" Meadows Corn
Mill, one Feed Grinder, one Economy
Grain Drier, one A-l Sandwich ware
house Corn Shucker and Sheller, one
40-Hp. oil or -icerosene burning En Engine.
gine. Engine. All the above only been run
three months. Farmers' Gin & Mill
Co., Summerfield, Fla. 6-22-6t
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE Oliver
No. 3, in good condition. Apply to
50S, Pond St. 20-6t
FOR SALE English Pitt Bull Dog
Puppies. E. B. Greene, Shady Oaks
FOR RENT Four connected unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished rooms, for light housekeeping.
Electric lights and city water. Apply
"Z," care Star ofiBee. 6-19-6t
WANTED 60 Hp. boiler, 40 Hp. en engine,
gine, engine, 15 to 25 Hp. kerosene-burning
engine. Must be in good' condition.
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla. 13-tf
C O. Dr This is the name of a wood
yard which is at your service at all
times. Stove wood, pine or oak. North
Magnolia street, phone 339. 29-tf
FOR SALE A 1917-Six Reo in the
best condition. For sale cheap. Rea Reason
son Reason for selling, owner must go in the
army. Apply to John Needham. 3tdh
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Pro-Germans probably think the
war savings campaign a foolish one.
cost $4.17 ill
$5.00 each J
Pledge yourself to save and buy
War Savings Stamps every month.
National War Savings Committee
contributed for the winning
A DOLLAR WASTER HELPS THE ENEMY
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 hard
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 net essential to health and efficiency. Every
dollar one 'spends for unnecessary things commands goods and ser services,
vices, services, that is, labor and materials, needed by the United States Gov Government
ernment Government for war purposes. And, if you invest the money you save
in War Savings Stamps, you are again helping by leaning your mon money
ey money to your Government.
02&la lee ii IPaeMegj Co.
Thing in Order
Is to save money so that you i
may buy liberally of the War h
Savings Stamps when the
drive starts June 28th. This U
is the duty of every loyal Am American
erican American at this time. While we
appreciate to the fullest ex extent,
tent, extent, every saving account car carried
ried carried with thi3 Bank, we also
realize that your first duty is
to your government. Buy WTar
Geo. Giles, Pres.
F. P. Gadson, Cashier.
Corn beef and roast Ireef at Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 3t
Mason's FRUIT JARS, all sizes, at
Clarkson Hardware Co. 22-tf
niiary 1, 1923.
of the War by ;H -Hi?HHr
li M li A
Use These Subslilutes
5?I fib II R
Nufrimea! (Peanut FJeal)
AH in Bullc
50-50 Flour (Rye & Wheat)
We can supply you
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