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THE
Ocala
National
i
amii
Invites the Patronage
of the Teachers
an d Pupils of the
Ocala High
School
Capital and
Surplus
$90,000.00
JNO. L. EDWARDS
PRESIDENT.
BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS
Utilize Your Back Yard
or Vacant Lot plant a
Garden!
HELP to HELP
to Win the War.
"Phone Us Your Order for
Plants and Seeds
BITTING & CO.
DRUGGISTS
Prescription Work a Specialty
BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS
- - i - . 4 ir
'-. . , c - r. ' '
MAIN
TREET
MARKET
Groceries
Vegetables
Fresh Meats
Fish and Oysters
t
COLD AND HOT DRINKS
FINE BOX CANDIES
FRUITS AND CIGARS
TroxleR
"VTAS. SAYINGS STAMPS
JS SITED BY THE.
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT
rVHT PAT l!3EE?&-
Gold Chains, Cuff Buttons, Stick
Pins, etc., for the young men grad
uates at J, Chas. Smith, Jeweler.
Notice: Read carefully all adver
tisements in this issue.
When You
BUY
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
ISSUED BY TKF.
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT f
OYou Place Your Stamp
Of Approval Upon
eccney,
emocracy
and
cfence.
ROYAL CLEANERS
& DYERS
Little Sue y
A boy of might
Loved not to fight,
But in the moonlight
Fought late one night
About a girt
Worth a pearl
Who had a curl
That she did twirl,
And eyes of blue
That were so true.
But little Sue
Loved only few,
Among them Jim
Who was so slim.
H. V '20.
An Ode to Todd
When Todd was young
And in his prime,
He thought of one girl
All the time.
But now he's old
And thinks no more
Of the happy days
That were before.
Now don't be embarrassed,
And don't be ashamed,
For every one knows
You're not to be blamed.
Your head is so round,
Your eyes are so blue
That all of the girls
Are looking at you.
Your voice is so sweet
That Hoover says, "Here,
Save it, my boy,
Sweets are too dear."
SELLS
ALSO
TSSa SAYINGS STAMPS
J S SUED BY THE
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT
JEWELRY and REPAIRING
WEIHE COMPANY, Jewelers
SPECIAL INVITATION!
We extend to every teacher and pupil (wearing our
kind of Hats) a cordial invitation to inspect our line.
We are especially prepared to delight the young ladies
of the graduation class with many fascinating and
dainty creations . .
AFFLECK MILLINERY
PARLOR
Ocala House Block, Opposite Gerig's Drug Store
If you don't like these jokes and their
dryness make you groan,
Just drop around once in awhile with
some good ones of your own.
Exchange.
He: Most girls don't appreciate
music.
She: How is that?
He: Well, you serenade her with a
mandolin and she won't even look out
the window; but just sound a Klaxon
and out she comes. Ex. -
She: Since the war began the wom
en of America have knitted 5,000,000
sweaters, 3,500,000 pairs of socks and
3,000,000 mufflers for the soldiers.
He: Some yarn. Ex.
"What did King Arthur call the
witch?"
"He called her a foul sorceress."
Bright Boy: "She was some chick
en.
"Define husbandman."
"A husbandman is a farmer."
Inquiring pupil: "Well, is the farm
er's wife a husband-woman?"
Miss P.: "Harold, please give mt
your attention."
Harold: "Times are too hard to give
anything now."
Miss C. (In Science Class): "What
are the properties of gas."
Frances T.: "Well, it's tasteless,
colorless and smell-less."
Kathleen (discovering the quali
ties of friction): "In winter you can
keep your hands warm by rubbing
it, . i
Tom: "There are better ways
that to keep them warm."
This Space Reserved for
FRANK '
S
Whers Styles are Shown First
When
than
, Mrs. Todd: "Jack, what is an um-
ibrella?"
Jack: "It's an instrument."
News Agency
N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Magazines
r Newspapers
peanuts Ttulter-Kist
Cold Drinks Pop Corn
Women Carry AH Wealth.
In Dutch Guiana the women carry
upon their persons all the family sav
ings In the shape of heavy bracelets,
anklets, necklaces and even crowns of
Cold and silver.
Mrs. Todd: "May, give a sentence
containing restaurant."
May: "He ran the restaurant uptown."
When Mrs. Todd went out of the
room.
Junie: "You'd better stop acting
like that; suppose she asks you if you
have been studying?"
Walter: "IH tell her, 'Yes'm, and
hard, too " ,
June: "Suppose she asks What?'"
Walter: "About what she has been
doing."
Teacher: "Give conditions for ger
mination." Bright pupil: "After this war there
won't be any."
Teacher: "Why?"
Bright pupil: "Because there wont
be any (German nation) germination."
Mrs. Todd: "John, how. do you de
stroy ticks."
John: "Take 'em and dip 'em."
Mrs. Todd: "Why, certainly, I sup
pose you would equip yourself with a
bathtub, soap and a towel, John."
Try an "ad." in our paper. All
students patronize those who adver
tise in the Ensiga.
Thinking
Give Us a Thought !
We Deal Only in Good Things to
Eat, Keep the Best on the Market
and Keep it in Sanitary Condition.
Try the Famous "Royal Scarlet"
Canned Goods, the Best on Earth.
O. K. Tea Pot Grocery
Phones 16 and 175
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Ocala Seed Store
W. D. CARN, Proprietor
Wholesale and Ret&il
GARDEN, FIELD and FOWER SEED
Farm Tools and Light Hardware.
OCALA, FLORIDA
Direct By Telegraph
THE
OCALA EVENING STAR
Contains All the Associated
Press News up to Press Time
"The News Fresh From the Wire"
The First Baptist Church I
e w A. wekjhtons. Pastor
Z Extends a Cordial Invitation to AH
e to Attend Sunday Services J
I 11:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m.
We Sell Superior Brand Fertilizers
For All Crops
OCALA SEED STORE
W. D. CARN, Prop.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER
SEED
Farm Tools and Light Hardware
OCALA FLORIDA
Buy and Sell Peanuts, Velvet Beans
and Other Seeds
.,....
&4. J X: . K. m
y Ocala Photo Go. !!
hi Blakers c! Fine Photos ; ;
5 20 N. HAGKOLU ST. I t
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