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0.-H.S. LOCAL NEWS
HEINAUE
Theo Beckham was absent for a day
last week on account of illness.
Books, Stationery, School
Supplies
New Victor Records and Sheet Music
Sixty-Cent Edition of Reprints for
"OUR SOLDIERS IN CAMP"
Miss Mays does not understand
why it is that those pupils making the
lowest grades always are first to
clamor for their report cards. It is
because they want to know which side
of the fence they are on.
Friday was the last day for the
Seniors on their themes. Professor
Cassels will certainly be kept busy
reading the work of these great
geniuses, for each is over one thou
sand words.
109 S. MAIN STREET
OCALA, FLORIDA
HDfje iHtmroe $ Cfjamtrttss
Rational 33anfe
Btala, jFIoriua
This Bank has purchased an
extra block of LIBERTY
BONDS, in order to sup
ply those who failed to
get their subscrip
tions in on time.
CstaMtijheti 1897
LALOCEC
Exclusive Agents For
GOODRICH TESTED TIRES
EXCLUSIVELY
PHONE 78
107 OCKLAWAHA
0 EffL' P
ifne 11 ire
VULCANIZING
FISK a HOOD TIRES
SPRING and SUMMER
HEADWEAR . . .
Trimmed, Tailored, Ready-to-Wear
AND UNTRIMMED HATS
Lids For the Kids
STYLE HAT SHOP
Miss Mays was given a most beau
tiful fountain pen, bordered with
sterling silver, by her French class,
consisting of members of the Wom
an's Club. Mrs. Ketchum presented
the pen to Miss Mays, giving her
speech in French. This made Miss
Mays very proud of her pupils.
There were only six out of forty
eight "Scouts" who won medals fof
selling Liberty Bonds, and three out
of the six were in the eighth grade
"A." Jack Camp sold twenty bonds,
amounting to $5,900; Junie Counts
sold twelve, amounting to $1000, and
George Akin sold eleven, amounting
to $800. These boys are to be con
gratulated for giving their time so
cheerfully to help Uncle Sam.
SECOND COMMUNITY SING
We Want all the School Children
to Buy
Thrift Stamps
AND GET THEM AT
RHEINA UER'S
HEINAUER
e
The second community sing, which
was held at the Temple theater Sun
day, was a great success. The Tem
pie was crowded, not only with Ocala
people but with many from the neigh
boring towns.
The solos of Mr. Miller and Mr.
Lucas were greatly enjoyed. Before
the people of Ocala have had many
more sings they will be able to sing
as well as the high school students
do under Miss Porter's directing.
A FRIEND
A friend, a friend, oh! dear God, for a
i friend,
Tis love and happiness to have such
kin;
In sadness and in sickness our souls
are revived
When we know that in them we can
r confide.
Souls are dying night and day
For the want of what a friend can say.
What is a friend? They are God's
chosen sheep,
Honest, humble, lowly and meek.
Christ is the greatest friend that has
ever lived,
Because to the world his life he did
give.
In order for us to be such a friend
Unto others our service and love we
must lend,
Always remembering to help a friend
in need,'
And to be a friend it is the life we
lead. - E. M., '20.
IS HE A SLACKER?
STAR REPAIR SHOP
C. R. BLACKITH, Proprietor
Bicycles Repaired
' All Work Guaranteed
Prompt Attention Reosonable Prices
308 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
"Don't, want no bullets swishin
For peace is sure to beat
The rivers right for fishin'
"Don't want no captain callin'
io charge, or to retreat;
For a feller: falls to dreamin'
With the daisies at his feet.
"Don't want no bayonets shinin'
Where blossoms ought to be,
Where woodland vines are twinin'
And brooks sing to the sea."
W. G., 0.
THRIFT JINGLES
f7
dotaetana
"Bradlpv"iBathingSuits
LUUUIbJ for MEN, WOMEN and BOYS
,4
COME SELECT YOUR
Summer Suit
At WATERMAN'S
WE HAVE ONE FOR YOU
SOFT and Shirts. Also a Comnlete
COLLARS Line of Summer NECK WEAR
PROPERLY WRITTEN POUCIES PAY
INSURANCE AGENCY
ESTABLISHED 1885
Fire, Life, Accident, Bond, Burglary and Plate Glass
ROOMS 24, 25 AND 26 HOLDER BLOCK
OCALA
FLORIDA
Read
"The Real Col. House"
By Arthur D. Hamden Smith
The Most Inspiring Insight Into
National and International
Affairs Since the War Began
Running Daily in
THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN
P. H. GILLEN, Agent
HATS
Cleaned, Blocked
and Renovated
At
CLA YTON'S
PRESSING CLUB
Phone 13
Sing a song of war time,
A country full of camps;
Fifty million patriots
Buying saving stamps.
See the quarters flowing
In a steady stream,
To keep the soldiers going
And smash the kaiser's dream.
Exchange.
Curious.
Just happened to think funny, but
true that every man who ever made
a" pioneer of himself was considered
looney ! Can you locate a single ex
ception? Look 'em over. Richmond
Times-Dispatch.
About His Relations.
Judge "Now, sir, tell us about your
marital relations were they pleas
ant?" Eilback "Pleasant enough, your
honor. But they wanted to live on me
all the time." Life.
American Fruit Store
NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, CIGARS f
Cold Drinks and Candies, Etc.
CA RN-THOMA S BUILDING
TELEPHONE 279
China Big Hemp Producer.
The production of hemp in China,
the original home of the plant, is
greater than that of any other country
except Russia ia EGrmal times.
Are Parrots Left-Handed?
It has "been noticed that parrots
seize objects with the left claw by
preference or exclusively, and they
make a readier use of the left claw
for climbing than the right. Are they
"left-handed Exchange.
m SAYINGS STAMPS
UEBYTHE
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT
Thrift Stamps
Given With Every $5.00 Purchase
For the Next Thirty Days.
A. . BURNETT, Ocala, Fla.
v
House Furnishings
Complete
THEUS BROTHERS ,
Opposite Ocala National Bank Magmolia Street
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