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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918.
VOL. 25, NO. 192
Tearing Flanders and Northern France from
the Grasp of the Teutons
E01E ALLIED LlllE FROM KB TO THE I10M SEA ABOUT TO BE
London, Battlefront, Aug-. lOThe
Picardy battle is spreading south to
Arras, the Pall Mall Gazette says this j
afternoon. One hundred additional
guns were captured by the French in
this morning's fighting. Canadian
cavalry operating nearChaulness re report
port report the Germans fighting a strong
rear 'guard action in order to, enable
the removal of stores, munitions and
guns from that town. The new attack
of the French extended the' battle
line of the Somme sixteen miles fur further
ther further southeast in the Montdidier sec sector.
GIVING HUNS NO REST
On the British front splendid pro pro-gress
gress pro-gress is being made. The average
progress forward by infantry is
twelve miles, with cavalry, tanks and
armored cars keeping well ahead of
the infantry and pressing the retreat retreating
ing retreating enemy. ; .
ENTIRE LINE TO BE f TRAIGHT TRAIGHT-,
, TRAIGHT-, ENED OUT
Washington, AugY 10. The whole
battle line from Rheims to Flanders
is beine straightened. The time has
come for the greatest effort, said Gen
IMPUDENCE OF AMERiCAUS
THE ITALIANS SUED AGAIN
Important City of Montdidier
taken By ttie Allies
RETREAT OF GERHAHS, THOUGH MADE WITH ST
FICHTIIIG, LIKELY TO DECQME A ROUTE
f Associated Press)
Kng Victor's Airmen Drop Manifes
toes in Streets of the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian Capital
Aided by the British They Captured a
Strong Point North of
Rome, Aug. '10.-A squadron of
Italian airplanes commanded 1by Capt.
Gabriel de Annunzio has flown over
Vienna and dropped manifestoes. The
planes were not molested.
AUTO PLANTS MUST
FILL WAR ORDERS
.Washington, Aug. 10 Manufactur Manufacturers
ers Manufacturers of passenger automobiles are ad advised
vised advised by the war industries board to
rt altogether on war work for their
come ior tne greatest enun, sam ucu- o
Jtz i' v: .-s nlants before next January 1st., In a
weekly conference with 4 newspaper letter addressed to the National Au-
correspondents; General Marcn said
the suggestion that the end of the
war is in sight should be discouraged,
but the time has come to keep the en enemy
emy enemy running and hit him hard.
GOT THE ENEMY GUESSING
A great advantage to the Allies
is they have taken the offensive and
can keep the enemy guessing, instead
of guessing themselves. Regarding
the situation along the Vesle, General
March said the French and Americans
have been nibbling along the line but
have made no attempt to advance up
the slopes of the north river. Tem Temporary
porary Temporary stabilization the fighting on
the Vesle was promptly met by Foch
by the Picardy blow, where events
that characterized the Marne battle
seem likley to be duplicated.
Washington, Aug. 10. The army
casualty list, which was issued in five
sections today, contains a total of 516
names, divided as follows. Killed in
action, 64; died of wounds, 28; died
of disease, 3; died of accident, b;
wounded severely, 102; wounded, 102;
mi saint in action. 211.
Wounded-to' a degree undetermined,
Corporal Pinchard R. Carmine, yum
cv. Fla.. Corporal Jos. C. Haire, Gran
iteville, S. C; killed in action, Paul
E. Ragsdale, Pelzer, S. C.
, THE MARINE LIST
The Marine Corps casualty list con
: tains twenty-five names: Killed in ac
tion, 11; died of wounds, 5; wounded
' severely, 9.
MEETING OF THE
WIN THE WAR LEAGUE
3:15 ii. in.
the Somme. was captured by Ameri
cans at 6 o'clock tonighti They were
supported by tanks preceded by a
heavy barrage. The enemy 'was driv driven
en driven toward Bray. ,.,....',
WIN. THE WAR LEAGUE
tomobile Chamber of Commerce, re
soondine to its proposal to a vouin
tarv fifty per cent, curtailment of the
passenger car production, the board
says manufacturers must insure con
tinuance of their industry and pre
servation of their organization only
. 4 t A 1
hv ronvertmcr tne Plants to -war
SETTLEMENT IN SIGHT
I. : r
Alderman Osborne informs the Star
that there is a fair chance that the
complications about the city plant
will be straightened out and the con
tractor will finish the work. All the
firms who had connection with the
work seem agreeable to an amicable
settlement, which will certainly be
best all around.
NAVY WILL ACCEPT MEN
IN CERTAIN RATINGS
The undersiened constitute thex-
ecutive committee of the Ocala- Win
the War League. As the title indi indicates,
cates, indicates, the dbiect of the league' is to
do things and to gather any infor
mation that may be of assistance to
the eovernment in carrying on the
warT To this end we invite the co cooperation
operation cooperation of all loyal citizens.vlf you
. . 4- r, Viy-.C
nave any liu-imuanim iciamc w nvo nvo-tile
tile nvo-tile acts by any person, or persons,
Mr. T. M. Kileore. the navy re
cruitiner officer at the postoffice build
infg, has received the ;v following in
structions from the mam omce at At
. Atlanta. Ga., Aueust 8, 1918.
The commandant has directed that
men may be accepted in the rating of
plumbers' fitters and carpenters'
mates for special duty in this dis
Any men with these qualifications
may apply at the navy recruiyng sta
a. i t
lion ai vcaia ior euiiamusui,.- ..
T. M. Kilgore,
Navy Recruiting Officer.
. ... 7
London, Aug. 10. The important
town of Montdidier, which is approx approximately
imately approximately at the apex of. the salient
j south of the Somme, has been captur-
ed by I the Allies.
TIGHT CORNER FOR TEUTONS
Paris, Aug; 10. The German army
of General Von Hutier is retreating
from the Montdidier-Noyon line and
the retreat shows evidence of undue
haste, much war material being left
behind. The retreat was cut off when
the French captured Faverolles and
the Germaa position along the Mont-
( Associated Press)
With the. British Army (Reuters! didier-Hoye' road is precarious.
Chipilly Spur, north of
TWENTY-FOUR THOUSAND TEU-
London, Aug. 10. The number of
prisoners taken, in the Picardy fight
ing has been increased to 24,000, it is
officially announced at the war office.
American troops yesterday deliver delivered
ed delivered an attack in the angle between the
Somme and Ancre rivers and achieved
a Considerable success.
British troops captured Morlan Morlan-cdurt
cdurt Morlan-cdurt and the enemy counter-attacked
in this section, but was beaten off in
intensive fighting. 1 V
SCORES OF PLANES DOWN ON
London. 'Friday, Auer. 9. Sixty-five
German airplanes were destroyed by
Using Football Tactics, They Break
Enemy in the Center. v
: of the Line
tile acts by any persor i or .peon., j British Qr driyen down out of con
suqh as mterierence wiui tne opera- j A
tious language, please communicate
with any one of the undersigned and
your information will be regarded as
confidential and your, name will not be
divulged. This information will be
transmitted to the United States au authorities
thorities authorities without delay.
C. S. Cullen.
W. K. Zewadski.
George MacKay. t
T. T. Munroe.
L. W. Duval.
L. R. Chazal.
Rev. J. R. Herndon.
R L. Anderson. -(.
J. M. Thomas.
W. D. Cam.
J. E. Chace. 1
B. A1 Weathers.
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hocker.
W. S. Bullock.
H. M. Hampton.
NOTICE TO ALL LOYAL
MARION COUNTY CITIZENS
' The executive committee of the
Ocaal Win the War League met in
he city hall last night. There were
twelve members present, namely:
rhAirman T. T. Munroe. Mrs. William
Hocker, Judge W. S. Bullock, Mayor
Chace, Messrs. L. R. Chazal, Clarence
Camp, L. W. Duval. B. A. Weathers,
George MacKay, W. D. Cam, J. M.
Thomas and R. R. Carroll."
The session Was quite a lengthy one
; and many discussions of interest were
It was decided to meet hereafter on
the second Friday of each month.' A
quorum of the executive committee
of twenty was deemed to be seven, and
a resolution was adopted giving the
chairman power to create an emerg emerg-ency
ency emerg-ency committee of the executive com committee,
mittee, committee, of which he should be a mem member,
ber, member, to act in "emergency cases, to call
the entire committee together and
handle such matters as might require
immediate attention; v
r Judge Bullock and the chairman are
to prepare and publish notices, call calling
ing calling on the different war work depart departments,
ments, departments, such as chairmen of the Liber Liberty
ty Liberty Loan committee, the Red Cross, the
food administrator, etc., to supply the
committee with the names of any
citizens of Ocala who are not doing
their nart in the different branches
with a view of getting squarely behind 1
the delinquents and slackers, if there
are any. ;
They are also to prepare another
notice for publication inviting any
citizen who knows of any disloyal act,
utterance or anything, that is detri detrimental
mental detrimental to winning the war, to report
the name of such person and the na
ture cf the act .committed to ; som
member of the r committee whose
names are' to be attached to the notice.
Mr. H. M. Hampton, chairman 01
the Marion county branch of the
Council of National Defense, was
eletced to membership in the execu executive
tive executive committee, v- Or ?
A resolution pf thanks to the Boy
Scouts was voted and will be drawn
and presented them, for their loyal
and efficient work in enforcing the ob observance
servance observance of the flog lowering ordi
nance. k '
' The executive committee of the
Ocala Win the "War League calls on
all good citizens to furnish it with the
following information; the same will
be treated as confidential and the
name of the informant will not be di
Do you know of any person who has
refused to invest in Liberty Bonds or
War Savings Stamps for any reason
other than inability on account of fi financial
nancial financial conditions?
Do you know, of any person who has
refused to contribute to the Red Cross
or the Y. M. C. ;" A, for any reason
other than inability on account of fi financial
nancial financial conditions ?
Do you know of any person who is
now or who has violated the regula
tions of the county food administrator
with reference to the orodisral use of
wheat, sugar and such other articles
as are specially named within the re
when the Picardy off erfsive opened,
an official statement issued today
announces. Fifty British machines
are missing.' .'
Paris. Auet. 10. More than twenty
thousand prisoners have been capfhr-
ed hv the Allies, according to the
I lavas agency.
AMERICANS TOOK FISMETTE
' .Paris, Aug lOr American troops
have captured the village of Fismette
on the north bank of the Vesle, nortn
west of Fismes. With the village they
took 400 prisoners. .
FOUR THOUSAND HUNS TAKEN
-BY THE FRENCH
Paris, Aug. 10. The French official
communication last night says the
British and French troops continued
their advance yesterday and won new
victories after breaking the Enemy's
resistance. The French took 4000
prisoners, besides a great quantity of
war materials and captured several
important towns on the southern end
of the battle zone.
ROCHES' CONFESS THEY WERE
Berlin, Aug. 9-The German official
communication claims that German
counter attacks stopped the allied pro progress
gress progress between the Somme and Avre,
iust east of the line from Morcourt
to Caontoire. The communication ad
mits that the Germans suffered losses
m prisoners and guns.
, V (Associated Press)
With the Britisn Army in France,
10:40 a. m. Aug. 10. The enemy
seems to be retreatine today all along
the battle line in Picardy, especially
in the center, where he is being heav
ily attacked by" the British. 'In their
advance the British captured War War-villers,
villers, War-villers, Vrely, Folies, "Rossi Eres and
Vauville;rs. In the course of the fight fighting
ing fighting German divisional headquarters
and the staff officers were captured.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a, nt. Preaching. ',
Text, Exodus 20:3: False Gods.
7 p. m. Senior League.
8 p. m. Preaching.
Text Zech. 4:6: The Spirit of a
8 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting.
Please remember this.
We have feood conCTeeational sing-
ine' and every one is invited and will
be welcome to all our services.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
' A COUHTER ATTACK
Teutons are Being Steadily Swept
Northward by the Onrush of.
the Allied Tide
. (Associated Press) v...-
London, 4 :40 p. m., Aug: 10. The
advance of the Allies vpn the'Picardy
front continues today, according to
the latest dispatches, .this afternoon.
Nowhere, it appears, have the Ger Germans
mans Germans yet been able st organize for
any severe counter attack.
A MURDER IN JACKSONVILLE
. Jacksonville, Aug. 10. Paul H. Du Du-puy,
puy, Du-puy, superintendent of the Gress
Manufacturing Company, was shot
and killed, yesterday afternoon' by
Denis Rosier, a young negro who had
been discharged. Rosier came to the
city and surrendered to the police.
Have you bought a W. S. S. today?
Grace Episcopal 1
(Rev. Gilbert A. Ottmann, Rector)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 a. m. Holy communion, every
11 a. m. Holv communion' and
sermon, first Sunday.
11 a. m. -Morning prayer and ser
mon, except first Sunday. .
All seats free. Every one welcomb
at all services. .
' The Dastor expects to preach mom
ing" and evening, and desires every
member nresent to welcome the
strangers of; our congregation.
9:30 a. m Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Subiect. 'God's Heroes."
s'n. ml Peonies' service. Singing
Hat vou will eniov. A message that
will interest vou. An atmosphere tnat
will uplift.-We need you and you need
us. Let us eet together.
Dont foreet the prayer service at
7:45 Wednesday. (
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS v '
FOR THE WEEK
Careful prescription service, using
tSquibb's chemicals, at Gerig's Drug
Store. War Savings and Thrift
Stamps sold. tf
"WHY PAY Mopc"
Todav: Carmel Meyers-"" in
Broadway Scandal." Official pictures
nf the war.
Monday: Charles Ray in "His Own
Hakio Town" -
Tuesday: Billie Burke in "Let's Get
a Divorce." Pathe News.
WerlnessHav: Enid Bennett in "The
Kevs of the Rifirhteous."
Thursday: Arthur Guy bmpey in
"Over the Top."
, NOTICE, W. O. W.
. All members Fort King Camp No.
14, W. O. W requested to be present
at regular meeting Friday night, Aug
qVi Vert- Important matter to be
discussed. ; C. K.. Sage, Clerk.
Buy Thrift Stamp of us and keep
your skin nice and soft with Rexall
Skin Soap. Gerig's Drug Store, tr
Oranee Springs. Axxz. 7. Mr. C V.
Sholl and family motored to Palatka
for the day Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Waite of Hawthorne
were noted among the Sumlay visi-.
tors to the spring.
Miss Lucy Pegram returned Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from a short visit with Mrs. C.
McCarley of Boardman.
The Boy Scouts from Mcintosh
spent last week here, enjoying the
bathing and fishing.
Misses K Lucile and Gertrude Wells
if Jacksonville spent Sunday at the
spring. .. They were guests oi Miss
Johnson of Hawthorn and were here
with their party enjoying a day's outi
mg and picnic dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Durden of Rodman
are now residents here, occupying.
Dr. Parramore's cottage. Mr. uurden,
is here in the interest of the Rodman
Mr. and Mrs. J. McCarley motored
over from oBardman Tuesday.
. Mr. J. Clunan of Palatka spent sev several
eral several days here recently, t&e guest of
W. H. Pegram.
The local Red Cross members held
their usual meeting Saturday at 5 p.
m. Every one was much disappointed
at not having the ice cream saie as -expected,
but as the ice failed to ar arrive
rive arrive from Ocala it was impossible.
Kenneth Townsend left last week
to join the navy.
Miss Susie Beville, who has been
visiting Mrs. C. J. East, has returned
to her home m Center Hill.
Mr. W. H. Pegram was a business
visitor to Ocala last Friday.
JOIN WIN THE T7AB LEAGUE
The trablic of Ocala is ursred to join
the Win the War League. It entails
nd expense whatever,; and all loyal
American citizens, over the age of
twelve, are entitled to membership.
The Boy Scouts will call on you witn
membership cards for your signature.
Plese nve the scouts vour attention
hfrheri they call on you, and sign the
Ocala Win the War League.
PhfTt No. 451 is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie proprietors,
tors, proprietors, the best in the city, at the union
passenger station. ;io-tl
If you want to see a great line of
c aat 1 to S vears and Boys' Blouse Waists,
Shirts and Underwear "THE KAYNEE BRAND" -Go to
rm TTTTTTTTT T7TT7TXTfrTpnlxl
Ji o lmiCilLi W iJLll II VUil
Coloris, Quality, Workmanship and Prices 'Guaranteed,,
TWif fan to call for Harwell House
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
rim- Tirescrlimon aenartment offers
you the best in PURE DRUGS mod
CHEMICALS., Your doctor will tell
you. Court Pharmacy Phone 234. 15tf
A very nice line of Wash Cloths on
display at Gerig's Drug Store. We
also sell War Savings and Thrift
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, n
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918
OCAL A EVENING STAR
Pabllufced Every Day Except Soadar by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
R. It. Carre H, President
P. V. Learenfcood, Seeretarr-Treaanrer
J. II. Urnjt'mln, Editor
Entered et Ocala, Fla -ostcfflce aa
Bulam Office ........ .-.YT.. .FiTe-Oae
Editorial Department .Two-Seven
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Nearly half the men. named in Fri
day's casualty list were from Fennsyl
vania. '.' ',,. Y: ,Y
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The Home Guards of Florida will
hold ari encampment at Daytona, Jjept.
1 and 2. We don't know whether the
Ocala company will be represented or
0 , ., I. ',
The offensive of the Allies, between
Amiens and Montdidier has resulted
in a much greater victory than the
one at Cambrai last fall. And the
Allies will hold this one.
! If the Germans had waged war like
gentlemen,, they would have won
They have waged it like a combination
of tigers, snakes and hogs, and a na nation
tion nation of decent men and women would
rather sink in hell than submit to
The Leesburg Commercial says that
since P. H.YRolf s resigned the, chair
manship of the Florida branch of the
National Council of Defense, and Gov
Catts took his place, there has been
nothing; doing by the ; said state
branch. Well, what else was to be ex
pected? . ' :
When the Germans cannot find any
thing else to do, they renew the long
range bombardment of Paris. Plant
City Courier. Y Y
Probably the kaiser's six "stalwart
sons" make up the gun crew of the
loner ranee cannon. It's about the
safest job in the Hun army.
There is no foundation for the fear
that the war will Prussianize our peo people.
ple. people. The" soldiers who,5 win the war
will be citizens and voters wherf they
come homeand it is a safe bet they
will do more In the interests of peace
and good government than the ; tribe
of politicians that had been running
the country previous to the war.
. Adraft board in" Iowa recently de decided
cided decided that newspaper work is Y non nonessential
essential nonessential and ordered -thirteen em employees
ployees employees between the ages of 21 and 31
years to go into the army or enter
other employment.--St. Petersburg Petersburg-Independent.
Independent. Petersburg-Independent. Y '.
-., Perhaps the paper in that town was
non-essential, and the draft board
judged all the others by it. There is
darned little excuse for the existence
of some papers.
1 The Hun giant is not whipped but
1 he is groggy. A' succession of heavy
blows, dealt him before he has time
to rest, will go a long way toward
, making him take the count.5 A draft
law passed rapidly thru Congress and
an over-subscribed liberty loan will be
two body blows. They will emphasize
" on him the determination of the AmA
erican giant to wm. And the Amer American
ican American is the biggest of all giants, if
you don't happen to know.
, : So,' the big Americans and the little
JaDs. the citizen-soldiers of the
world's greatest republic and the
Samauri-led warriors of its Y oldest ing interest-bearing short-time bonds
monarchy, are to fight side by side in; to secure funds for the purpose. De De-Siberia,
Siberia, De-Siberia, to save Eastern v Asia from Land News. t
the yellow peril of Hun treachery and Gracious, what an army4 It's a
cruelty. The v will do it too, and good thing we have begun to raise an
when the big Americans and the lit-
tie Japs come home tney win nave
solidly cemented the friendship of
which' Perry laid the foundation, and
only Teuton intrigue ever tried to
Florida has four aviation field
two at Arcadia, one at Fort Myers ;
and one at Miami. There may be
more located in the ?tate this winter,
and Ocala should try for one. The
principal qualification for an aviation:
camp is a landing field, and this is the
reason why so many of them are lo located
cated located in Texas and Oklahoma, where
there is so much open prairie. There
are places in the vicinity of Ocala
where there are miles of open field
that could be made absolutely clear of
obstacles at a very small expense.
Why doesn't the board of trade take
the matter up with our congressmen?
We would call the special attention
of all the young women among our
readers to the appeal on another
page that they enlist as student
nurses. Any young woman who enters
on this noble and necessary work is
equal in bravery and devotion to a
soldier or sailor, in the army or navy,
and she may save the services of not
one but many men to her country. Let
them take note and remember that if
they intend to serve that the time is
right. now., Y Y: YY v i j
This pausing for a brief moment at
p. m. while the flag is lowered, we
believe to be a beautiful and appro appropriate
priate appropriate practice, especially in war time.
he Ocala Star to the contrary not
withstanding. If the party whom the
Star : editor had in mind objects to
pausing a moment to intercede witn
his Maker for the success of Amen-
can arms, certain he wouldn't nesi-
tate to pause as a mark of respect
and reverence for the flag under
whose folds he enjoys the blessings of
iberty a liberty which permits him
to oppose the wishes of his govern
ment, which has, since its inception,
practiced this ceremony on the lower lowering
ing lowering of the flag. He can cut out God
and his obligations to a Supreme Be
ing if he wishes the government for
which the flag stands guarantees him
that liberty but he cannot be a true
American and at the same time be
wanting in respect to the "flag. We
have great respect for Star opinions
in the main, but here is one from
which we must dissent. PalatRa
0 gee; here's another, man who
doesn't understand the American
lamriiflcA.! Wp riavA n flac peremonv
-e - i o .
in Ocala, something similar to "re
treat" in a military camp. The Star
was foremost in supporting it when
it was proposed, is as sta'unch as any
body in upholding it, and as scrupu scrupulous
lous scrupulous as anybody in observing it.- If
the editor of the News will look right
close at his Webster's unabridged, he
will see that "angelus" would be a
very misfit" ntme for this flag cere
mony. We yield to no one in our honor
to the flag, and believe w are doing
about as much as the average man to
uphold it. But we don't believe in
making anybody' pray unless they
want to and we are rather suspicious
oi people wno pray in pudiic. vnrisx
'a V 1 t J-TL.
was suspicious of them, too, as Broth
er Russell can see by .reading Mat
thew vi:5-6. V
!" Where does the Palatka News ob
tain its information that our "govern
ment has, since its inception practic
ed this ceremony on the lowering of
the flag." Our government has never
given any instructions about any cer
emony on the lowering of the flag. In
every army post and camp, the cere ceremony
mony ceremony of lowering the flag in the eve-
ing and raising it the,4 next morning
is observed, but prayer is not a part
of it and it isn't done by orders of the
government." It is "an army regulation
and bur army copied it from the Brit
ish army. It is also .a regulation of
other European armies, including the
One of our citizens, who believes in
telepathy, says when the bell rings
for "retreat" in the evening,' he al always
ways always concentrates his mind on ; the
mental message, "Go to it, boys; give
them hell," to the soldiers in France.
They seem to be receiving his mes messages
sages messages all right. r
, When you see a man standing bare
headed on the street talking to a lady,
it is not always politeness so much
that makes him do it as a? desire to
show, off his fine head of hair. A bald bald-headed
headed bald-headed man never does it. Phil Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong in Times-Union.
We dispute : this assertion. There;
are in Ocala several fine-looking bold
headtid men who are often seen stand standing
ing standing bare-headed on the streets talking
to ladies. In fact, we think one of
them put his hat in cold "storage three
months ago. We haven't seen him
with it on in, that time. We don't
think it's any use for a man to ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, a fine head of hair to the ladies.
Some of the finest-haired men we
know t carry 1 ther heads around with
them all the time, but it doesn't seem
to help them much with the fair sex.
Volusia county is spending $12,500
in equipping its home guard. Can't
Marion raise at least $1000 for the
same purpose. Ocala Star. ;
You are mistaken in the ;; amount,
Brother Benjamin. The 'board of
county commissioners of Volusia ha s
appropriated about $26,000 to equip
the New Smyrna, Daytona and ; Or
tmond companies of home guards, giv-
army of our own, else Volusia might
ravage us ana annex g;ast Marion,
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"WHY PAY MOB E
(Continued from Yesterday)
Sec. 3. The boundary lines or city
limits of the city of Ocala shall be as
follows: ( ..
Commencing at the southwest cor corner
ner corner of the northwest quarter of sec section
tion section 19, in township 15, south, range
22 eastj in Marion county, Fla., thence
running north with the range line 16d
chains to the northwest corner of the
southwest quarter of section 7 of the
aforesaid township and range; thence
running east through the center of
sections 7 and 8 of the aforesaid
township and range 157 chains to the
northwest corner of the southeast
quarter of section 8 of said township
and range; thence south 100 chains to
the northeast corner of lot 2 in sec section
tion section 20, said township -and range;
thence running west 157 chains to the
place of beginning, containing four
square miles, more or less.
Also, commencing at the southwest
comer of section 9, irT township 15
south, range 22 east, thence running
east one mile to, the southeast corner
of said section line, thence running in
a northeasterly direction to the north northwest
west northwest corner of the southeast quarter
of the northeast quarter of section 1,
said township and range; thence run running
ning running east one-half mile to the north
east corner of the southwest quarter
of the northwest quarter of section 6,
in township 15 south, range 23 east;
thence running south one-half mile
to the southeast corner of the north-
west quarter of the southwest quar
ter of said section; thence j running
west one-half mile to the southwest
corner of the northeast quarter of
southeast quarter of section 1, .in
township 15 : south, range 22 east,
thence running in a southwesterly di
rection to the southeast corner of
southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section 15 township 19,
range 22 east; and "Y running thence
west one and orte-quarter miles to the
west line of section 16, thence north
one-half mile to place of beginning,
in Mirion county, state of Florida It
t : jI a 1 ': 1 W. "a -. 1 L
being the intention hereof, to keep
and fix said ; city limits ; as they are
novk fixed and exist by law.
That the territorial limits of said
city, shall be divided into four wards
as follows : Ward vNo. 1 shall em
brace all that part of said city north
of North street as the same is now
laid out prolonged eastward to the
city limits, and east of Osceola street
as is now laid out prolonged north northward
ward northward by lines running to the city
limits ; the same being the northeast
portion of said city. Ward No. 2
shall embrace all i parts of said city
lying south of said North street' pro prolonged
longed prolonged by lines eastward to the city
limits, and east of said Osceola street
prolonged southward by lines run running
ning running to said city liimts, the same be being
ing being the southeast portion of said city.
Ward No. 3 shall embrace : all 1 that
part of said city sbuth of said North
street prolonged westward by Mines
running to the city v limits, and west
of said Osceola street ; prolonged
southward by lines running to said
city-limits, the same being the south
west portion of said city. Ward No." 4
shall embrace all that' part of said
city lyfag north of said North street
prolonged westward to said city lim limits,
its, limits, and west of said Osceola street
prolonged northward by lines running
to said city limits, the same being the
northwest portion of said city.
Y Wherever; the words north, south,
west or east of a street are stated
above, they shall be construed to
mean south, north, east or west of
the center of such street at the clos
est proximity thereof to the court
house square of. Marion county, Fla.,
in;, said "city.' v.v ; -.v "YY.. vYY-Y;Y
Sec. 4 The form of government
provided for in this chartec, shall be
known as the city manager plan, and
shall consist of a mayor, a city coun
cil, a city manager a city clerk, a city
chief of police, land such other officers
as the council may provide for and
create .by ordinance. These officers
shall' be elected m the manner, pos
sess the Qualifications, and hold their
offices for the terms as herein, pro
Sec.: 5. -The city of Ocala, when
authorized by a majority vote of the
qualified voters of said city, who shall
own and be possessed with at i the
time of such election not less than
two hundred dollars of property tax-
able in and by said city, at an election
held, for such purpose, shall have the
power to issue and negotiate its
bonds, pledging the faith and credit
of said city for the payment thereof,
but that the total amount of bonds of
said city which may be sold, negoti negotiated
ated negotiated and outstanding shall not, at any
one time, exceed twenty per cent of
the assessed value of all property by by-said
said by-said city for taxation as the same
shall appear by the assessment books
of said city, and such bonds may; be.
issued for any purpose which the city
may, by ordinance or resolution, deem
expedient; provided such purpose
shall not be in conflict with the con constitution
stitution constitution of the United States or of
the state of Florida; said bonds shall
bear such ; interest and the principal
and interest thereof shall be payable
at such times and places as the city
council of said city may see fit. The
form of said bonds shall be such as
may be fixed by the city council, and
shall be signed by such officials of
said city as it may designate. All
bonds which may be issued by said
city for any purpose whatsoever shall
be issued under this section, except
that said city shall have all power to
issue refunding bonds, given by and s
L5:!.:01: XfT e lnSalil'
;lthe general statutes of the state
as is thereby ; pro-
Sec. 6. The city of Ocala shall have
the power to own, operate or lease any
electric or street railway or other
means for the conveyance of : passen passengers
gers passengers or freight and own or operate
the same either within or withoutfthe
rnmorate limits of said city. The said
city may issue bonds for such pur purpose,
pose, purpose, and may acquire property there therefor
for therefor by eminent domain.
Sec. 7. The city council shall have
the right, by resolution or ordinance,
to fix the maturities, negotiate and
sell," any and all special assessment
certificates 'which may have been
heretofore, or which may be hereaf
ter issued by it, and to guarantee the
payment thereof ; it shall further have
the power to fix the rate of interest
such certificates shall bear, and snail
in addition, and at its option, to the
above power, have all powers con con-ferreed
ferreed con-ferreed upon cities and towns by
Chapter 0864, Laws of Florida, ap approved
proved approved June 4, 1915, which said act
reads as follows: '' ..' ".
"Section 1. That the city council,
as soon as any assessment or munic
ipal improvement is made, issue cer certificates
tificates certificates of indebtedness for Y the
amount so assessed against the abut abutting
ting abutting property or; property benefited
as the case may be and separate cer
tificates shall be issued against each
tract of land assessed, containing a
description of the land i and the
amount of the'assessment, together
with the general nature oi me im
provement for which the said assess-H
ment is "made, and, the date tnereoi,
Said certificates shall be payable in!
not less than one or more than ten
years af ter date, in not more than ten
equarinstallments, as the council may
detprmine: with interest to be fixed
by the council at a rate np greater v
than .eight per cent, per apnum, pay
able annually, from the date of the is
suance of the certificates and annual
interest shall be guaranteed by the
city or town, and in case of non-payment
of any interest or principal at
maturity by the property owner the
same shall "be redeemed by the city or
town at the option of the holder
thereof; but said redemption by the
city or town shall riot discharge the
lien or the assessment : against the
property, and in case of non-payment
of any interest of ; any. mstaiimen
upon any certificate issued under the
provisions of this act, it shall be op
tional with the holder thereof to con consider
sider consider the whole of said sum expressed
in said certificate as immediately due
and payable with interest to date. The
certificates when 'issued may be sold
or disposed of by the council in pay
ment for said work, or improvement,
or for cash, in the discretion" of the
council and all certificates of indebt indebtedness,
edness, indebtedness, constituting a lien upon prop property
erty property shall be payable at the office of
the treasurer or depository of the
city or town, as the case may be.
?Sec. 2. The council, at their op option,
tion, option, instead of disposing of such cer-
tificate of indebtedness and guaran-,
teeing the payment," as above provid provided,
ed, provided, may retain such certificates of in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness and 'deposit the same with,
the treasurer or depository, as the
case may be, in a special and separate
fund to be known as the 'Improve 'Improvement
ment 'Improvement Fund "and may immediately is issue
sue issue and sell bonds, to be designated
'Improvement Bonds of the city or
town, with interest coupons attached,
to an amount not in excess of the ag aggregate
gregate aggregate amount of said ; certificates
that shall, from time to time, be is issued,
sued, issued, bearing interest at a rate not
to exceed six per cent, per annum,
payable semi-annually;, ( or whenever
certificates are not issued, but liens
are entered in a book 'provided for
that purpose, the council, at their op
tion may issue and sell bonds, to De
designated 'Improvement Bonds' of
the city, with interest coupons at attached,
tached, attached, to .aft amount not in excess of
the aggregate amount of said liens so
entered as aforesaid, and said bond3
may be issued from time to time bear bearing
ing bearing interest at a rate not to exceed six
per .-, cent., per annum, payable semi semiannually.
annually. semiannually. Such bonds shall be issued
with such maturities and in such form
and denomination' ai the council shall
from time to time determine. Any
bonds that shall be issued pursuant to
the provisions of this section shall
not be computed in determining the
limitations of the bonded indebtedness
prescribed by the special charter or
general law under which, the city
shall be operating; provided, that the j tory; or when no certificates are is is-amount
amount is-amount of such bonds so issued shall sued and the improvement" bond3 are
never exceed the- amount of certifi based on liens, then and in that event,
cates of indebtedness deposited with I such bonds shall bear a certificate
the treasurer or depository, or the T duly signed by the lerk, certifying
amount of liens assessed and entered; that the amount of said liens are equal
as nfnrpsaid. and the maturities of in amount to the face value of the
thP honds shall coincide substantially
of.ments of the certificates of indebted
To Holders of Second Liberty Bonds
We are prepared to exchange 1
Third Liberty Loan 4 1 4 Bonds for
Second Liberty Loan 4 Bonds. Call
at once as the time will soon expire.
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS x
rxr r f P"". tTk F-
Is now a universally acknowledged
prepared to meet the daily att airs
tec ted with
-We" represent not only the bi tire msmance companies, ova
also the highest ciass INDEMNITY AND BONDING eoncrrrs in
3 f the' world. Talk is over with lis.
I d. n. DAvis, Sow!
A DOLLAR W ASTED 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 spend3 for unnecessary things commands goods and ser ser-v
v ser-v vices, that is, labor atfd materials, needed by the United States Gov Gov-v
v Gov-v ernment for war-purposes, -l Ani, if you invest the money you save
in War Savings Stamps, you are again helping by loaning your mon money
ey money to your Government. 4 4
AHJ' TO SERVICE
. Y Passcnjjer Jand ..BaogaQC
1 V VO:C
Long and Snort Danling
THE WMPSOIS WTTEIL
, 3:'-'2l'-- ''ftC . '-'''-'' TV-
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In the heart of thecity with Hemming Park-for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. Y ,4 , a
BATES From $1.50' per day per person to $6.
ROBERT J.L RIEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGO
ness as deposited, or of the liens, and
the rate of interest on the certificates
or liens shall never be less than the
rate of interest on r the bonds. The
proceeds of said certificates or liens
when paid shall be used and applied
exclusively to the payment and retire retirement
ment retirement of the bonds so issued, and all
such bonds shall bear a certificate
duly signed by the treasurer or de depository,
pository, depository, certifying that certificates
of indebtedness equal in amount to
the face value of thfe bonds being is
sued have been deposited by the city
with such city treasurer or deposi
bonds being issued. The proceeds of
all such certificates shall be applied
- : exclusively to the payment and retire
rcessity. No business man is
or uis business if he is not pro-
"ni ocala, fla.
Storage and Packicn
ment of such bonds when the same
shall mature or become due. In case
there shall not be sufficient money in
the 'Improvement Fund' to pay any
installment of interest at maturity,
the city shall borrow such an amount
of money as shall be necessary for
said purpose, issuing" a note against
said fund, due within not more than
twelve months, and such note shall
bear interest at not more than eight
per cent, per annum. Any law regu regulating
lating regulating the manner, price or terms of
the sale of improvement lien certifi certificates
cates certificates by any city or town shall apply
to and g-ovem the sale of improve improve-i
i improve-i i i i 1.
meni uvjius ujr &ui.-u ui ui wnn.
(Continued Monday) ..
YYyv ". Attention Y; J
All .who' wish-to enroll as student
nurses, apply to Mrs. R. L. Anderson,
chairman Ocala unit of the Council
of National Defense.
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NEW SWEET POTATOES
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food
Quaker Corn Puffs
Quaker Puffed Wheat
Quaker Puffed Rice
Quaker Rolled Oats
Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Cream of Wheat
Roxane Wheat Cereals r
Roxane Wheat pran ;
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
Post Toastiefs (Corn Flakes)
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Five Double-One
.. or Two-Seven r
Phone 16 & 174
The Poet's Soul
Within his soal are singing-birds,
And diamond thoughts and golden
Mountains, meaddws, lowing herds,
Within his soul;
And joy and sorrow, darkness, light,
Sunshine and shadow, day and night,
Hatred of wrong and love of right;
And one eternal, constant prayer,
A hunger and thirst are there,
Or deathless deeds to do, to dare
Within hi3 soul.
battle. The feature picture will be
Carmel Myers in "A Broadway Scan Scandal."
dal." Scandal." Cairo el is a bright and by no
means stationery star, and always
gives her audiences an eyef ulL
Red Cross Meeting at Blitchton
A pleasant social and patriotic af affair
fair affair was given yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. A- L. McKay at
Blitchton, where they have a Red
Cross membership of more than
twelve faithful workers. Mrs. McKay
is not only a charming hostess and
the soul of hospitality, but is alive
with patriotic zeal and with the other
Blitchton membership filled with en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm for the work. The time was
spent yesterday in making comfort
bags and other soldier necessities,
and nimble fingers worked untiringly
until late injthe evening. Little Flora
McKay, who is deeply interested in
Red Cross work, was daintily dressed
Young Women of Marion County
, i . '' 1..-.S"
uur spiencua young men are xmm-i-us -
their lives for our country. .Your call J a
to service is just as definite as theirs. fisted her mother m receiving
Have you considered how your ex
euses will sound when they come
home and tell you of sickness and
suffering and death and the cruel
need for more nurses ? ; i
If you doubt this urgent need, read
' United states
Yours for All Kinds Of
SHEET METAL WORK
210South Osceola St.
- IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
what Ready-Mixed Paint you buy or
at what price; you pay for the. Lin Linseed
seed Linseed Oil it contains at paint price and
have to guess whether it is Pur" or
Adulterated. When you use ; r
he armv will run short and this
would be an outcome incredible and
intolerable to the American people.
Onl v graduate nurses who ,. have
been through the full course of train-
1 .. l 7 -C 4-1 J m1i r Atrtin
mg are. avauawe im;uus mg" y t V w t j
These nurses have to be taken out of .daughter, Mrjs. J. W. Round tree of
the: hospitals and from care of th Waterloo, lowa, sumng mat sne aim
Dr. Roundtree were leaving on an au-
we recruit our full quota for the army, j tomobile, trip with Mr. and Mrs Drew
the condition changes, since 2-4-' is
all paint and is made to stand the ad
dition of one gallon or more of pure
Linseed Oil which YOU BUY YOUR
SELF at oil price the result is two
gallons Pure Linseed Oil Paint and
in addition, a saving to you of about
one dollar on the transaction.
HOW DO YOU LIKE THE IDEA ?
. f or Sale By .:'
THE MAR ION HARDWARE CO
. Ocala, Florida
and entertaining the guests. Among
those present were Mrs. S. II. Blitcb,
Mrs. Fernando Fant. Mrs. W. P.
Hammond, Mrs. Goodwin and daugh
ter, Miss Glenna Godwin, Miss Kowe
ua Hammond, Mrs. Ben Blitch and
, i i tit dau enter ana otners wnose names we
. lL ,i f did not secure. Mrs. E. A. Osborne of
"I want every young women in the Ocala was among the guests,
pftimtrv. everv woman between nine-' 1 ? r
Li u:.-,.. u a m-iut': Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Seymour are
MJtJIi alia imitj-livc, 1-1 JCttU vaitiun 7 . '. -r J Tic
...ui t i a : anticiDatinz a visit from Mr. and Mrs.
.ii 4.-. t ,..v,;u n0r Thomas Brewer, whose home is m
girl ought to welcome because it tells nomesieau. "".!
of an opportunity to help the nation. ; a lovely visit to New York and At At-,
, At-, -,i TantiV. Pittr siTifi pvTirt to arrive m
' i it a vfcr o riM t nM fniiTirrv i sr. w a w vj
shortage of nurses. t Ocala today. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer
"The army alone will require some-; have visited Ocala before, and were;
thing like twenty-five thousand nurses delighted with our little city, and I es-
by the first ol next January, we nave : :
ou, nf will receive a most cordial welcome sV
&CLU1CU awui Villi lu -.,, nuuuoiu v
. . Iji -r, tltAi. visit ThoV nn Aid I
this number; we neea twelve inousana v.
more. We have got to nave mem or ;
From The Fashion Center
these are Very Unusual Times, Therefore
This Store is Doing Unusual Things
to Keep Up With the Times.
family, and prominent residents of
Homestead, Mr. Brewer being presi president
dent president of the bank in that city.
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken
have just received news from their
their places in the civif communities
must be filled. ; Hence this call for
student nurses to fill the vacancies,
nrenare for Drof essional service, and
meanwhile to make it possible for our
hospitals, both civil and military, to
for Minneapolis and surrounding
points oi mieresi. iney win iai
as Madison, Wis., to attend the tri tri-state
state tri-state medical convention, where Dr.
Rondtree have been invited to read a
paper on X-ray work. Mrs. Roundtree
A NERVOUS WRECK
Frca Three Years1 Suffering. Sayi
Cardui Made Her Well.
Texas City, : Tex. Ia an Interesting
ttatement. Mrs. G. H. Schill, df this town,
says: "For three years I suffered untold
agony with my head. I was unable to
do any of my work. ;
1 just wanted to sleep all the time, for
that was the, only ease I could get, when
I was asleep. 1 became a nervous wreck
Just from the awful suffering with my
head. v; '',V
I was so nervous that the least noise
would make me jump out of my bed. I
had no energy, and was unable to do
anything. My son; a young boy, had to
N do all my household duties. : ; -v
1 was not able to do anything until 1
took Cardui. I took three bottles in all,
and it surely cured me of those awful
headaches. That has' been three years
ago, and I know the cure is permanent,
for I have never had any headache since
. taking Cardui. .
Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui.
in medical books as being of benefit in
female troubles, and 40 years of use has
proven that the books are right Begin
laking Cardui today. NC-134
carry on, and for the American peo. will be most pleasantly remembered
pie to hold the health standards of nere as miss mane van
the country as high as they have ever ; ;
ben held in times of peace. r f J Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, who has
A I been one of the nonular students ?at
wanted to do my country the greatest the summer school at Gainesville, ar-?
service in ray power, I should go at rivea nome uus monung. oe
once to the nearest recruiting station in high terms Of the school and the
of the Woman's Committee of the real regret felt by every student at
rU;i Mt?niai fiofpnsp and en-1 the university at tne parting oi tneir
roll in the United States Student ways, it Having neen one oi tne most
Nurse Reserve. This enrollment5 would pleasant sessions ever held.
at once make me a candidate for the J
nf t.h Mrs. F. U. 15. vveine, wno accom
civilian training schools for nurses, panied her friend, Mrs. E. W. Davis
. j. i I f n liar hnma in Hrlaniln Mnnrlav. Te-
o mft wftmiil 'PwifA.-5 T I turned home yesterday, greatly de-
can give every girl who enrolls in the lighted with that section of the coun-
reserve my personal assurance that try, navmg maae snon visits w tuc
.t. i .'h.iMis f Mnnt onri i lanininine- towns, xier visji. Jtwaa a
should be ashamed of any women who thoroughly enjoyable one;
AA 4- Inncv TtrUVl .nflf TnAQl-f. SITlrfl Rtkl I '
in fho HfifoAf. nf I Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Whaley and
Germany." 1 Olive Whaley, accompanied by Eliza
titc i?" t a nienTi Mrs. Will- beth Wetlierbee. will leave early to
iam Hocker will be glad to furnish! morrow morning m their car for Day-
! tona Beach, where they will spend a
etc week m recreation and pleasure. They
will be at the "Davtona Beach hotel.
Miss Kathleen Leitner will leave V
today or tomorrow for a visit to rela- Mrs. R. O. Nixon of Arlington, Ga.,
tives at Anthony. j who has been the much appreciatea
-1 guest oi ner sisters, airs, iaytun mm
a f t r a Mrs. Barnett at the Colonial hotel,
JJlCUk ilUl W"' -n 1 J vw
pleasant visit with his family, left, for will leave today for Tampa, accom accom-Camp
Camp accom-Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., today, panied by ; Mrs. Layton, who will re-
v imam until tne lotn oi we monm.
Mrs. W. II. Cook, after a pleasant
visit with Mr. and Mrs, J. V. Tarver, Miss Anna McDowell, who expect expect-has
has expect-has returned to her home at Fort Mc- ed to accompany Miss Marian Dewey
rw to uavtona iseacn last wees, was uu-
' J avoidably detained. She left today
r: T-rQ TnTnrilfina rpt.nrned I and will ioin Mrs. Dewey. Miss Mar-
Thursday from a delightful visit With ian and Master Dick Dewey there for
her cousin, Miss Eunice Odell in mic- the remamaer oi tneir stay.
: . j ' V :
o ATr - -v 1
, : Mrs. Jack Brooks and son, Mr. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. G. S: Scott leave to- Brooks,Vwill go to the lake this aft aft-a
a aft-a tn tKcir son. Cantainlernoon to be the euests until tomor-
Scott, who is in camp near Chatta- row afternoon of their daughters, who
nnna r are occupying a cottage wiin juugc
C5 I w TIT t
I ana Mrs. JLester wamer mere.
-; rnn Tlola(-kV aftpr several!
illlJ .V A r I ;
- I T 1 r TIT n .,571
ur.., v f ut the home oi I J uuire ana mrs. w ii. cmiui wm
It uia wonaers ior mc. ""r '.r rij a i oaw,?
. - m 2 i if. n-i-i niic i to rtrnn tyi nus rn jiuku i icaC ixi ujicix vai wuaj 'ui
Trv Cardui tor your xrouoies mauc - r,-. vta.
. ,. ,. x j., j i tn hpr home in York. wnere uiey win juiu tucn unuguKi,
from medianal ingredients recommended to her home in iotk. Miss Chivalette Smith, who is with
1 Onmble re- relatives there, and this afternoon
turned Thursday from Sanford where they will leave for Daytona Beach.
they have been the guests of their
daughter, Mrs. Roland March for a
t v .....
Several yearsago if we had advertised Winter CoatSj
Suits, Dresses, Millinery ejtc, in August you would have
probably thought that we were crazy with the heat
and you probably would have been right in thinking so.
But, the Times Have Changed
In former years the merchants, as well as the cosumer,
was in a quandary. The styles would Change a half
dozen times before and during the season, hence it
would be half gone before you commenced thinking of
It is Not So This Year
. ' V "..-. ....
Conservation is the Keynote in everything;therefore
there will hot be any changes in stylets from tne models
now, being shown here in Coat Suits, Coats, Serges and
Silk Dresses, Millinery, Silks, etc.
Wp arp nleased to note that Horac
i t,a Tnno: f twd nromisme
ICillV 1'ICU v.iv j " C o
sons of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Jones who
nave oeen m wiin lever aim wuauia
PHONES 47. 104. SOS
I BUY ;
: TIRES and TUBES :
i man i
"WHY PAY MORE"
Ask for Price List
Miss WTiona Wetherbee returned
today from Gainesville, where she has
been takimr a srecial course at the
summer normal school m primary and
fourth grade work.
There certainlv was some action in
tW picture. "The Kaiser's Shadow,
t thp Temt)le last nieht It is one of
those pictures which is doing so much
good in arousing our people againsi
tho. villainies of the Huns and the sys-
temj of espionage and intrigue with
which thev endeavored to permeate
our government and social life, ine
Pathe News gave some good sketcnea,
too. Tonight, there will be the Allies'
official war pictures, which are the
Miss Ada Law, who has been at
school in Nashville the last few
months, on her way home to Brooks-
ville, has stopped in the city for a
visit to her sister, Miss Anne law.
Mrs. Harrv Holcomb has returned
from a delightful round of visits to
Orlando. Leesburg and other points
juvnmnaTi vine her husband on 1 his
round of busuiess engagements.
Mrs. Ruth Deal and little son ar
rived in town today from the univer
sity at Gainesville and will visit Mrs.
Deal's aunt, Mrs. J. H. Dunn for sev several
eral several days.
Mrs. L. H. Van Erigleken will leave
the latter part of the month for a 19.
month's visit to her daughter, Mrs.
J. W. Rondtree of Waterloo, ; Iowa. (
But, What About
That is the biggest questioh-r-arid we have answered
it by purchasing early. Prices are soaring skyward,
especially in woolen materials arid silks.
A Word to the Wise
It is hot too early to think of your needs for the cold
winter months. A few of our thrifty patrons, have al already
ready already purchased and you too can save money by buying'
early in the following lines; Coat Suits, Coats; Skirts,
Serge &Silk Dresses, Millinery, Silks and Woolen Goods.
These Goods, Are Here
And we extend you a cordial invitation to come in and
inspect the new models for the Fall and Winter.
Only Correct Styles
Are given representation here; only colorings that are
fashionable and desirable are shown: and only quali qualities
ties qualities that we know will give the utmost service and sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction are offered. The gathering of these assort assortments
ments assortments has meant extraordinary elfort on us, because
of merchandise shortages and high prices.
Here is a splendid stock for you, priced jhost reason
ably, with style and quality guaranteed by
The Fashion Center
Have you bought a W. S. S. today? I best yet, taken right on the lines of
Corporal Frank Carlisle, who hast
been at home on his furlough, will 4jj
leave for Camp Wheeler tomorrow.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. AUGUST 10, 1918
The Star's stenographer has beei
smashing hearts right along and yes yesterday
terday yesterday she smashed her typewriter.
Don't fail to call for Maxwell House
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
Mr. E. A. Morgan of Tampa, who
is now with the Florida Title and Ab Abstract
stract Abstract Co., is making his home at the
Mr. J. J. Gerig is fixing up his new
drugstore in 'fine style. It is going to
, be one of tlie prettiest, most conven convenient
ient convenient stores in town when finished.
At the meeting of the board of
trade last night' ,. were President
Welsh, Secretary Mayo, Messrs. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Israelson, Martin and Benjamin.
Laurie Izlar is home for a few days
from his ship which is cruising some somewhere
where somewhere on the Florida coast. Laurie
is as happy as a clam and as brown
as a berry.
vater wings and bathing caps at
the Couit Pharmacy. 15-tf
Phone us your wants anything in
pure drugs or druggist's sundries.
Court Pharmacy, phone 284. 15-tf
, Mr. Cullen says Bed Cross pledges
are being taken up well. He has col collected
lected collected $17,(500, which, is a good indi indication
cation indication that there will be few if any
Mr. W. T. Wertz, of Tampa, a for former
mer former resident of this city, who has
been circulating among his old friends
here, returned home today. He was a
guest at the Colonial.
Frank Gates, one of Ocala's steadi steadiest
est steadiest boys, leaves in a few days for
Muscle Shoals, Ala., where he will be
in the service of the government at
the great munitions plant being built
there. , : '.-':'.'
Nunnally's Candies fresh every
week at Gerig's Drug Store, where
you can also get thrift stamps, tf
Don't fail to call for Maxwell House
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
, Marion county wants to get a move
on itself about thousand-dollar war
stamps clubs. It has only thirty-one,
while Alachua has over a hundred,
and Lake, a smaller county, has thir thirty.'
ty.' thirty.' VtV:-:- V-;,;..
Of all the Ocala men selected, Mr.
J. G. Parrish will probably make re record
cord record time overseas. He went away
from Ocala only a few weeks ago
with the last increment of the draft.
He went first to Camp Jackson, then
to Camp Mills, and is now on the
ocean On his way "over there." A dis dispatch
patch dispatch sent to him Aug. 7 was return returned
ed returned with the news that he had sailed.
Don't fail to call for Maxwell House
Coff ee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
Mr. S. D. Atkinson and sixty-four
other Florida volunteers for the tank
corps returned yesterday from At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. It seems that there is not
room at Camp Colt for more men un until
til until some of those in training move on.
This they will do about the latter part
of the month; in the meantime Mr.
Atkinson and other volunteers in his
class can spend a few more days at
An extra-lazy little darkey, work working
ing working at one of our garages, received a
great shock yesterday. JThe boys hung
a wrench on a wire connected with a
battery, turned on the current and
; told the darkey to pick up the wrench.
He did so, and immediately tried to
drop the wrench but couldn't until he
received a free course in electrical
treatment. He thought he was being
killed and yelled till some ; of the
'neighbors were of the same opinion.
We do hemstitch and pecot edge
- work promptly and at reasonable
prices. Postage paid. Phone 427. 5-6t
The city clerk's office has been en enlarged,
larged, enlarged, repaired, fitted with new
wall paper, had some more desks and
other necessary furniture put in, and
the efficient young lady 'assistant
clerk, Miss Helen Scott, has added
some deft and elegant touches that
only a woman's hand can give, so now
it looks more like a parlor than a
business office. Very efficient business
is transacted injt, however. At the
same' time, the city court room has
been reduced to half, which however
doesn't keep up with the decrease of
bad behavior in Ocala.
It is the unusual that attracts at attention,
tention, attention, and for that reason Frank's
'advertisement in today's paper is
worthy special attention. Mr. Israel Israel-son
son Israel-son takes the position that buying in
advance of the season is the present
day idea, and is, already showing the
fall designs in ladies' dresses and
dress goods. He doesn't take the
position that some merchants do that
"the people know we are here and
,thev know what we hve for sale; so
if they want what we have they'll
, come in and buy whether we advertise
or not." All of which rerginds us of
the man who had to go put of business
on account of too much advertising
by his competitors.
Don't fail to call for Maxwell House
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
GOOD WORK OF THE GUARDS
Company A, Marion County Guards,
was out on drill last night, and show showed
ed showed up well. There were two platoons,
one with guns, on the square, going
thru evolutions, while Capt. Roberts
drilled "the awkward squad" in the
armory. In this last was to be dis discerned
cerned discerned the tall form of Rev. Wrighton,
the Baptist preacher.
George Aiken, a boy scout, is act acting
ing acting as bugler for the guards. The
company has a new. recruit in Mr.
Vandervoorst, living northwest of
town, who supplies his own Spring Springfield
field Springfield rifle.
THE FIRST CASE
As far as we know the first case of
arrest for failure to observe the
flag lowering ordinance was heard in
Recorder Sistrunk's court this morn morning.
ing. morning. A colored chauffeur ; had been
arrested on a complaint made by Boy
Scout Webber last evening. The man
claimed that he was coming up the
steep hill from the Metropolitan Bank
to the corner of Fort King avenue,
his brakes would not hold and with a
car right behind him he dared not
stop till he reached almost level
ground at the crossing, at which time
the bell was striking the last stroke of
six. The ordinance does not provide
for either fine or imprisonment, but
Recorder Sistrunk gave theVnan a lec lecture.
ture. lecture. The Boy" Scouts are to be com commended
mended commended highly fortheir good work.
Shady, Aug.' 7. Commissioner Da Davis
vis Davis is having some work done on the
two-mile stretch between the ends of
the Shady hard- road. (The annual
Hog cholera is" abroad in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood and someone hogs are being
buried. An ounce of prevention is
better than a pound of cure.
We caught a glimpse of J. H. Bran Branson's
son's Branson's Ford Friday morning as he went
by on a visit to the school. Five more
pupils enrolled Monday morning and
everything goes on nicely there.
Walter Hardin got into overalls,
khaki shirt and leggins and came out
and spent a few days with the Doug Douglas
las Douglas bdys last week. Walter loves the
farm and the farmer boys love Kim,
so he went reluctantly back to town
with a fine coat of tan and a firm de determination
termination determination to come back soon.
Mrs. Will Little of Marco, after
six weeks' visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Goldie Barnes and other rela relatives,
tives, relatives, leaves Thursday for her home.
Mr. Liddon of Orange avenue is
enjoying a visit -from his daughters,
Mrs. Sheridan and Mrs. Ahearn.
Rev. Sheridan preached at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Sunday afternoon and
will preach there again ; Wednesday
evening, at 8:30 o'clock.
Miss Lily Gaskin is quite sick and
has been for the past two weeks.
Mrs.: Martha Goin attended preach preaching
ing preaching Sunday. After months of suf suffering,
fering, suffering, she is able to move about a
little with help and to the church is
the first place she wants to go.
Mr. and Mrs'. J. M. Douglas and
Mrs. J. J. Knoblock and little girls
came up from Weirsdale Tuesday af afternoon
Mr. H. W. Douglas after a two
weeks visit with relatives at Winter
Haven and Weirsdale, returned home
"Mr. Jim Goins, is, having more
rooms built on to his pretty cottage
on Orange avenue.
Rev. and. Mrs. Strickland of Oak
and the 'Baptist Witness man were
out Sunday and Rev. Strickland had
the pleasure of being a listener
whSe the other man preached and we
believe the Witness man took a few
subscriptions to the paper.
Everybody is asked to come next
Sunday to preaching and Sunday
r Mrs. John Goin and sweet little
daughter, Bonnie' were the dinner
guests Wednesday of Mrs. George
Mr. Macon Rutland of Wildwood
was a visitor in our community Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harrelson and
family of; Oxford were callers here
Letters have been received from
Private Edgar Proctor of Long Isl Island,
and, Island, N. Y. He states that he will be
leaving for France very soon,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Mr.
Zeb Freeman of Belleview were call callers
ers callers here Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Fred Blair was here Monday,
coming over from the Muclan farm.
Honor roll for the month ending
Friday, Aug. 2: Louise Buhl, Clara
Belle Goins, Lillian' Leake and George
Leake. Pupils whose names appear on
the honor roll have made perfect de deportment
portment deportment and 90 per cent in scholar scholarship.
ship. scholarship. -"' 'V--,- '-: -:
Supt. 'J. H. Brinson visited our
school Friday. In his address to the
pupils his remarks on patriotism and
preparedness struck a responsive
chord, for 'the boys-and girls are in intensely
tensely intensely loyal to Uncle Sam.
The boys of the seventh and eighth
grades are trimming up our beautiful
shade trees, clearing the grounds and
improving the, general appearance of
' Our splendid pump, driven two
years ago; by order of the school
board, suddenly refused to supply the
usual flow of cool water. The county
superintendent sent 5 Mr. Christian,
the pump doctor, out to remedy the
trouble if possible. The mystery was
soon .solved. The water level had
gone down ten feet. By the addition
of more pipe the difficulty was over-
(Continued from Third Page)
; Daughters of the Confederacy
! The regular monthly business meet meeting
ing meeting of Dickison Chapter, U. D. C,
was held at the residence of Mrs. E.
t M. Howard yesterday afternoon, Mrs.
' W. W. Harriss, president, presiding.
Mrs. Winer read several letters of
; interest pertaining to the good of the
, chapter. It was decided not to send
; representatives from the chapter to
the war college xoujocil to be held in
Tallahassee in 'September, this seem seeming
ing seeming to be an inopportune time for a
delegate to be selected from Dickison
At the conclusion of the meeting
Mrs. Howard served her guests war
cooKies ana icea grapejuice.
Silent prayers were observed at 6
o'clock. The meeting was one of
great enjoyment to the entire mem membership.
bership. membership. Don't forget the Red Cross work
j rooms will be opened Monday at 8:30
a. m. for work.
r Mr. and Mrs. Will McArthur of
Trenton are week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Osborne.
Miss Frances Mclver returns today
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Frink,
down in South Florida. f
A letter from Mrs. George Davis
from Key West to friends here isays
that she and Mr. Davis like the Island
City, but they yet cherish Ocala.
Miss Eugenia Fuller left Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville today for Orange Park, where
she will be the guest of Misses Fan Fannie
nie Fannie and Rosebud Robinson for two
An informal dance at Silver Springs
last evening was enjoyed by the
young society set, the evening being
delightfully cool, which made dancing
a most agreeable recreation.
Miss Ruth Ervin has received a let
ter from her brother, Carlton Ervin,
somewhere in y France, not saying
much except that he is well and sat satisfied
isfied satisfied with his work.
Mr. Max Wilson, the popular young
manager of the Anti-Monopoly drug drugstore,
store, drugstore, has been joined by his wife and
little boy, who arrived from Lake
Butler yesterday. They have gone
to housekeeping in Mrs. Badger's
house on Oklawaha avenue.
Cotton Plant, Aug. 7. Mr. C. R.
Veal and daughter, Miss Rachel Veal,
were business visitors in Ocala Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. ; t-.V'----'- ;.;
Mr. Beecher Beck of ; Fellowship
was the guest of Mr. Harry Wood Woodward
ward Woodward Saturday evening. V
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Bell of Sparr
were visitors at the home of Mr. D.
M. Barco Sunday. V
Mrs. Charley Boney and little son,
Charles Jr., who have been visiting
Mrs. Boney's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson, expect to go. to Montbrook
Thursday for a few days visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flowers, before
returning to Augusta, Ga.
Miss Carrie Barco has accepted a
position in Ocala with the gas com company.''
pany.'' company.'' ;
Miss Helen Veal Has returned from
Wildwood, where she and her cousin,
MLbs Margaret Bell of Sparr, have
had a very pleasant visit with the
former's father, Mr. W. E. Veal.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon motored from
Dunnellon Sunday ; and visited Mr.
and Mrs. Keller. '
Mr. D. M; Barco, Miss Carrie Barco,
Mrs. S. C. Bell and children, Mamie
and Leslie and Mrs. W. E. Veal and
children, Jack and .Lois, motored to
Bowling Green and were guests for a
few days of Mr. and Mrs. William
1 Miss Abbie Stokes of Gaiter is the
guest of Miss Belle Strickland.
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
Be on time. Get in your winter
supply of wood before it is. too late.
Let us furnish you with good and
first class service. Phone 339.
tf C. O. D. WOOD YARD.
- ; :
Norris Candies fresh every week at
the Court Pharmaftv. Phone us and
let us send it up. 15-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala;
THE WEEKLY STAR AND
TH RICE-A WEEK NEW YORK
WORLD ONE YEAR $25
The value and need of a newspaper
in the household was never greater
than at the present time. We have
been forced to enter the great world
war, and a large army of ours is al--ready
in France. You will want to
have all the news from our troops on
J. No other combination of newspap newspap-iers
iers newspap-iers at so small a price will furnish
! such prompt and accurate news of
i these world-shaking-events. It is not
i necessary to say more.
I We offer the Weekly Star and the
' Thrice- a-Week New York World to-
gether for one year for $2.25. Don't
ask for credit on this proposition. Ad
dress Ocala Weekly Star, Ocala, Fla.
THIS IS THE TEilE FOR EITRY CIllZp TO SUPPOItT THE
Many are doing so at a considerable cost or sacrifice to themselves.
This Bank is a member of the Federal Reserve Banking System established by
the Government to give greater financial stability and strength to the member
banks and protection to their depositors. We invite you to become one of our
t customers, so that you may enjoy this protection.
TM Ocalla MaHIoimafl IBaimUs
Always be on tee looecout I
FOR OUR WAR' TIME MONEY SAVERS I
f Tlic burden of advancing prices is maldng itself keenly felt
in many pocicetbooks. Thronghoat the store we're doing our best
to give you VALUE that gives your money an INCREASED purchas- g(
ing power. In addition to anticipating our buying so as to under-
sell market whenever possible, will from time to time offer season- (
able merchandise of the best quality at less than our regular fair
prices We want you to enjoy an EXCEPTIONAL SAVING in these
specials. They will be known as "WAR TIME MONEY SAVERS." ?)
They will represent
ways prove well worth prof iting by at once.
Watch for our ads in me Star, read mem and buy from ad advertised
vertised advertised lots you'll save money if you buy.
Mo (E L ID) M A RI
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
-SALE, FOR RENT AND S1M S1M-LAR
LAR S1M-LAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Furnished house or flat
for the winter season. Give number
of, rooms and full particulars in reply.
Write P. O. Box 433, Ocala, Fla. 10-3t
FOR SALE Three fresh milk cows.
Apply to C. A. Holloway, 715 Lime
street. 8-9-6t j
FOR RENT Two desirable cottages
in second ward near public schools.
Address ML.," cars Star office. 9-6t
FOR RENT House fronting Dr. D.
M Smith's residence, lately occupied
by Mr. Horrell. Thoroughly screen screened,
ed, screened, with large sleeping porch. Mrs.
W. S. Bullock. 8-7-tf I
BABY CHICKS seven to 15 days old
when delivered by parcels post; live
delivery guaranteed. R. I.. Reds,
Barred Rocks and Buff Orpingtons;
18c. each. V. L. Hankins, Box 40q,
Eustis, Fla. 8-7r3t
FOR SALE Farmer certificates, for
use of merchants in selling flwxr.
Price postage paid, fifty, 40c.; one
hundred, 75c.;- two. hundred fifty,
$li0. Cash must accompany orders.
Star Publishing Co Ocala, Fla. tf
WANTED Medium size farm two or
three miles from Ocala, suitable for
dairy and diversified farming. Want
one with some fruit trees and also
small tract of timbered land for pas pasture.
ture. pasture. Give full description and lowest
price. Will want possession within
thres months. Address, Farmer, care
Ocalk, Star, Ocala, Fla. 8-12t
WANTED Two' good electrical line linemen.
men. linemen. Good salary and house free. Ad Address
dress Address International Agricultural Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, Mulberry, Fla. 6-3teod
CASH FOR OLD FALSE TEETH
Don't matter if broken. I pay $2 to
$25 per set; also cash for old gold,
silver, platinum dental gold and old
gold jewelery. Will send cash by re return
turn return mail and will hold goods 10 days
for sender's approval of my price.
Mail to L. Mazer. 2007 S. 5th street street-Philadelphia.
Philadelphia. street-Philadelphia. Pa. 7-5-lm
FOR SALE Farmer certificates for
use of merchants in selling flour.
Price postage paid: 50, 40c; 100, 75c;
250, $1.50. Cash must accompany all
orders. Star Publishing Company,
Ocala. Fla. 22-12t
ROOMS FOR RENT At the Dormi Dormitory;
tory; Dormitory; furnished or unfurnished for
light housekeeping. "Half price to
over nighfr lodgers." Hot and cold wa water
ter water connections. Rooms large and
airy; best ventilated in town at low lowest
est lowest prices. Parents, now is the time
to arrange for your children at the
Dormitory Call on me at my resi residence,
dence, residence, 703 S. Pond St, or phone 305.
Mrs. C. V. Roberts, new matron. 25 tf
the most you can bny for
Fairfield, Aug. 5. Everyone is en enjoying
joying enjoying the sunshine which we are
having now after the rainy spell.
Rev. E. D. Boyer of Citra filled his
regular appointment at the Baptist
church Sunday. One member was
received for baptism, which will take
place the first Sunday afternoon in
Miss Josie; Maddery of Pine Grove,
near Gainesville, returned home Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon after a week's visit
to friends at this place.
Mrs. W. J. Howell of Pine Grove, is
visiting her son, Mr. G. D. Howell and
Word was received from Mr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Rou .that the 'transport on which
he sailed arrived safely overseas.
Mr. D.. B. Mathews and family, Mr.
Claud Rou, Mrs. Mary' E. Ron and
Miss Irene-Rou visited Ocala Monday.-
DAVIS' PORCH. AND ECK PAINT
is maHe especially to resist -all weath weather
er weather conditions so when painting: why
not use the thing for the purpose? It
will cost no more will look right and
Fox Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO CO-OcJa.
OcJa. CO-OcJa. Florida
Ocala, Fla.. Aug. 5. 1918.
On account of special election to be
held on the lftth day of September,
1918, for the election of a councilman
from the fourth ward to fill unexpired
term of G. A. Nash, the city council
held special meeting- on the 2nd day
of AugTist, 1918, for the purpose of
revising the registration books of the
city, and at said meeting the following
names were stricken:
Joseph Bell, P. 'A. Dnrand, R. W.
Flynn, W. A. Goin, S. B. Long, H. R,
LAifXman. F. T. Mole. W. U. Norwood,
E. S. Ramey, E. C. Smith. B. Stephens,
S. S. Savage. Sr., 1L Sumner, C B. Ze Ze-wadskL
wadskL Ze-wadskL Ward Tw
H.J. Ashley. B. A. Brannan, B B.
Baum, John Boisseau, H. S. Chambers,
IL W. Counts, R. O. Connor, S. S. Du Duval,
val, Duval, G. W, Davis, Don Ford, N. L Gott Gottlieb,
lieb, Gottlieb, J. G. Glass, C Ll Gamsby, "William
Gober, W. iL Harrison. J. G. Klchllne,
C. J. Leltner. E. iL Osborne, E. A.
Polly. E. P. Rent z. iL J. Roes, 3d. E.
Robinson, Briss Roberts, IL W, Rawls.
E. G Rivers, F. D. Sanders, H. S. Wes Wesson,
son, Wesson, F. E. Weihe.
Ward Three .';
I S. L. Bitting, H. A. Duebel. Isaac
iMurry, J. A. Plttman, C. A. Peacock,
R. E. Brlgance. J. S- Engesser, Ern Ern-;
; Ern-; est Glenn, A. J. LaBerth, T. W. La La-.
. La-. Berth. A. J. Leavengood, R. K. TAm TAm-'
' TAm-' brouh. J. A. Morris, G. A. Nash. T. L
Neely. W. P. Osteen. E. H. Priest. Phil
Robinson, P. Weathersby, Walter
The 'council will hear complaints
for the restoration of names which
might have been erroneously stricken
at meeting to be held on the 20th day
of August, 1515, at 8 o clock p. m.
i H. a SISTRUNK,
City clerk and ex-Offlclo Supervisor of,
Registration of Said City. l-S-mon
your money, and al
m. E. J.WEHIE
80 PER CENT OF HEADACHES are
uue to eyestrain or weak muscles. I
will thoroughly examine your eye
ylthout using1 drugs and advise If the
muscles nwd exercise or the eyes need
(With Wekhe Co.. Jewelers)
.Phone 25 Bouth side of Square -OCAIV.
. Slay the Tesky
It's the simplest
thing in the : world
to KILL i MosquitoeS
with FENOLE; youj
can spray; several. several.-rooms
rooms several.-rooms thoroughly in
less time than it
takes to say your
Qts. 75c; 2 Gals
JU5; Gals $20
Pint size 65c., Quart
size, 75c; Com?
Air Sprayers, $1.25
Fenole Chemical Co.
Fenole Is sold In "Ocala by Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, "Clarkson Hard Hard-Co.,
Co., Hard-Co., Ollle Mordis, Tydings Drag Co.,
The Court Pharmacy, Smith Grocery
Co., Cam-Thomas Co.., H. B. Masters
Co., Ocala Seed" Store.
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.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Own Your Own Home
A House and Two Lots
A House and 3 Acres
A House and i Lota
Can be Bought -With Monthly Pay Pay-ments
ments Pay-ments of
t. IV3. MURRAY
Room 5, Holder Block,
. Ocala. Florida
Buy War Savings Stamps.
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