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Mr J K Priest of Daisy was inj injMrs in inMrs inMrs
Mrs Rachel Roess ana l nVss SS Lillian LillianRoess LiBianRoess LillianRoess
Roess who have been in Ocala for forthe forthe forthe
the past few weeks the guests of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Martin J Roess at attheir attheir attheir
their lovely home on Oklawaha av avonue avoonue avonue
onue have gone to St Petersburg PetersburgThey PetersburgThey PetersburgThey
They will spend several weeks at atthat atthat atthat
that beautiful winter resort before beforereturning beforerelurnlng beforereturning
returning to their home at Oil City CityPenn Cit CitPenn CityPenn
Penn PennMr PennMr PennMr
Mr C Y Miller and his soninlaw soninlawMr
Mr Fred Newbern who have been to toNew tocw toNew
New cw York buying a stock of spring springand springantI springand
and summer goods for their store at atLeroj atLeroy atLeroy
Leroy and consummating a big real realestate realcatate realestate
estate deal returned home on Satur Saturdaj Saturtla Saturday
day tla Their well pleased looks indi indicate indicate indicate ¬
cate that the deal mentioned must musthave musthave musthave
have been satisfactorily consummat consummated ¬
ed edour odeour edour
our office Saturday and Mr C C CPrient CPri CPriest
Priest Pri t of Anthony Anthon p called on us Mon Monday 11onda Monday ¬
day da These gentlemen say that the theseasons theseIlsons theseasons
seasons have been exceptionally ex excellent exI excellent ¬
cellent 1Jent and the crops are growing growingsplendidly growing8plendidl growingsplendidly
splendidly and are a week we l or ten tendays tenI tendays
days d s in advance of what they were at atthis atthis atthis
this time last spring and if no ill illluck illluck illluck
luck betides the farmers are antici anticipating anticipating anticipating ¬
pating fine crops and fine prices pricesMr
Mr and Mrs Irs B C Sterling of ofFrankfort ofFrAnlfort ofFrankfort
Frankfort X Y are visiting Ocala Ocalaand Ocalaand Ocalaand
and are registered at the Montezuma MontezumaWhen MontezumaVhen MontezumaWhen
When Silver Spings Park was in the thehey thehe thehey
hey he day of its prosperity Mr and Mrs MrsSterling MrsSterling I II
Sterling lived there for a short time timeand timeand timeand
and Tuesday rode out there in a vehicle ve vehicle veI ¬
hicle and enjoyed enjo ed the trip very much muchThey muchr muchThey
They ThE met some ot the people whom whomthey whomi1he whomthey
i1he they yet et know and said that the ride rideand rideand i
and the weather were delightful delightfulMr I
Mr Ir and Mrs George Allen of Sa Savannah Saannah Savannah ¬
vannah Ga have moved to Tampa Tampawhere Tampawhere Tampawhere
where they the will hereafter reside Mr MrAllen MrAllan MrAl1
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Allen Al1 n is with the Cudahy Cudah Company Companyand I Iand i
and will have charge of their inter interests interests interests ¬
ests in that city Before her mar marriage marto marriage ¬
riage to Mr Allen in Jacksonville JacksonvilleMrs
Mrs Allen was Miss May Allred of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city and her Ocala friends will willbe w1l1be willbe
be delighted to know that her future futurehome futurehome futurehome
I Iand
home will be so near her old home homeand homeand
and they hope for frequent visits from fromher fromher fromher
her
Mrs J E Chace was again operat operated ¬
ed on Sunday at Dr Kellys private privatesanitarium privatesanitarium privatesanitarium
sanitarium in Baltimore A telegram telegramwas
was received from Dr Chace Tues Tuesday Tuesda Tuesday ¬
day da stating that Mrs Chace is doing doingnicely doingnlce1y doingnicely
nicely since the operation which will willbe willbe willbe
be most gratifying news to every everybody eer everybody i ibod
body bod as tier leI condition is a matter ofvery of ofvery I Iver
very ver deep interest to everyone herej herejas herE herelas > I Ias
as she is very greatly beloved antI antIher andher
her long and serious illness has been i ja ia Ia
a great grief to her friends friendsIr j jMr IMr
I II
Mr Ir and Mrs R A Carlton are enjoying en enjoying enI enIjolng ¬
joying a visit from Mrs R A Carl Carlton Carlton i iton
ton Jr and Mrs Irs Marvin Carlton of ofWilmington ofWilmington
I
Wilmington N C They will also alsovisit alsoyisit alsovisit
visit their sisterinlaw Mrs Ella Er Ervin Erin Ervin ¬
vin in during their stay sta in our city Ac Accompanied Accompanied Accompanied ¬
companied by b Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Carlton CarltonMrs CarltonIrs CarltonMrs
Mrs Irs Ervin Carlton Ervin and sev several several ¬
eral others of their Ocala relatives relativesthey relativesthey I
they the enjoyed a beautiful day on Sil Silver silI SilIyer ¬
ver er Springs Saturday and were per perfectly perfectly ¬
fectly fect1 charmed with the trip tripWe tripWe
We print > rint a letter from Mr M L LPayne LPayne
Payne about the new county that is issought isso issought
sought so ght to be carved out of Marion Marionand Marionand Iarionand
and Levy Lev Mr Payne Pa ne is very er heartily heart heartily heartBy ¬
ily opposed to the movement and andsays andsas andsays
says that he wants his bones when whenhe whenhe whenbe
he dies to rest in Marion county soil soilWe soilVe soilWe
We believe that this will be the gen general general general ¬
eral sentiment of the old timers timersWe timers1e timersWe
We 1e trust that the mass meeting that thathe thathe thathe
he calls for April 3rd at Fairfield will willbe willbe willbe
be largely attended
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PRETTY COMPLIMENT TO MISS MISSCAMP MISSI MISSCAMP
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CAMP CAMPAmong CAMPAmong
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1 Among the many man pretty visiting visitingj visitinggirls
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j girls to Ocala the past winter and andI andspring
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I spring none have been prettier nor normore normore
more popular than Miss May Camp of ofi
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i Franklin Va ti a She was = n Ocala r in inj inJanuar iniJanuary
January j Januar the guest of her cousins cousinsi cousinsisses cousinsMisses
i Misses Sallie and Leta Camp and andalso andalso andalso
also spent a short while > with Mrs MrsClarence MrsC1 lr8 lr8Clarence
Clarence C1 create Camp She he h returned to toOcala toOcala
Ocala last week and is again rlrs rlrsCamps rlrsI MrsCamps
I Camps guest She is not only pretty prettybut prettyI
I but is bright and agreeable as well welland welIand wellland
land and the young people 1 all admire hervery her herjvery herI
jvery I very err much They were given an opportunity oppor opporjtunity opporI
jtunity I tunitj Monday night to be with her in inI
I a most pleasant and delightful way wayas wayI wayas
I as her hostess gave a dance at atYonges atI atYonges
I Yonges hall in her honor She was waslovely waslovely waslovely
lovely jn a beautiful pale blue gown gowneAlutily gownc gownAitiiy
eAlutily c tily fashioned which was most mostbecoming mostI mostbecoming
I becoming to her blonde coloring Her Herhair Heri Herhair
i hair was prettily coifed and she was wasthe wasI wasthe
I the cynosure of many admiring eyes eyesduring eyesj eyesduring
j during the dance dancelrE danceMrs
1 Mrs Camp had had the hall pret prettily proti prcttil
i tily decorated and as the evening eveningturned
Iturned I turned off to he very y cool and clearthe clear clearthe clearI
I the dancing was most exhilarating exhilaratingand
and the young people enjoyed them themselves themselves themselves ¬
I selves as only the young and happy happycan halWYcan
can at so lovely y a dance Mr lr Fisher Fisherand Fisheri
i and Miss Myrtle Whitfield played deI de delightfully deIlightfully ¬
lightfully lightfullyMrs I
I Mrs Camps guests were the un unmarried unmarried unmarried ¬
married set and a few of the young youngmarried youngmarried youngmarried
married couples the list including includingMisses includingMisses includingMisses
Misses May Camp Carrie Williams WilliamsValeta WilliamsValeta VilliamsValeta
Valeta Potter Elizabeth Newsom NewsomAnne NewsomI NewsomAnne
Anne Mixson Sara Davis Annie At Atkinson Atkinson Atkinson ¬
I
kinson Betty Wray ray M McIver Annie AnnieDavis AnnieDavis AnnieDavis
Davis Ethel Robinson Hope Robin Robinson Robinson Robinson ¬
son Lucile Standley Leafy Sylvester SylvesterSue
Sue Anderson Adele Bittinger Mar Margaret Margaret Margaret ¬
garet Anderson Miss Edith McGuire McGuireof
of Pennsylvania and Miss Kate Me MeColley 1IcColle McColley
Colley Colle of Atlanta and Messrs James JamesTaylor JamesTaylor JamesTaylor
Taylor Joseph Bell Robert Ander Anderson ¬
son Alfred Beck Harry Palmer PalmerFrank PalmerI
Frank Harris Jr Sam Teague Ma Marion 1Iarion Marion ¬
I
rion Pelot Heron Todd Ben Todd ToddMorris ToddMorris ToddMorris
Morris Smith of Jasper Hibbert HibbertWeathers HibbertVeathers HibbertWeathers
Weathers Emmett Robinson George GeorgeFord GeorgeFord GeorgeFord
Ford Robert Mathews Donald Ford FordFred Ford1red FordFred
Fred Lovell Carlisle Izlar Phil Rob Robinson Robinson Robinson ¬
inson Gilbert Younglove Mala MalaHaughton MalaHaughton MalaHaughton
Haughton Mrs R C Camp Mrs Mai Mailory llallor Malylory
lory lor Liddon Mr Ir and Mrs Roess Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs J C B Koonce Mr and andMrs andlrs andMrs
Mrs Harvey HaTe Clark Mrs Lloyd Llo d Mr Mrand llraud Mrand
and Mrs Lee Miller Mr and Mrs MrsFrank 1IrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank Drake Mrs J K Austin and andMrs andlrs andMrs
Mrs C C Todd Mr and Mrs John JohnTaylor JohnTaylor TohnTayl
Taylor TaylorRefreshing Tayl TaylorRefreshing r rI
Refreshing punch was served by byMrs byAustin byMrs
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Mrs Austin Mrs Irs Koonce Mrs Todd Toddand Toddand Toddand
and Miss Bettman and during the in intermission intermission intermission ¬
termission a very ver dainty buffet lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon was enjoyed enjo ed by the merry dancers danc dancers dancers ¬
ers ersI
I
I THE PRESBYTERIAN TEA TEAThe TEAThe TEAThe
The regular silver tea that is given givenevery givenevery givenevery
every third Monday by the lady mem members memoI members ¬
I bers of the Presbyteian church was washeld
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held this week at the home of Mrs MrsW llrsW MrsW
W V Newsom NewsomThe NewsomThe NewsomThe
The afternoon was a miserably raw rawand rawand rawand
and rainy one and as Mrs Newsom Newsomlives Newsomlives Newsomlives
lives so far out it was thought that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the crowd would be very small but butinstead butinstead
instead quite a good sized crowd were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present which was certainly quite a acompliment aeompliment acompliment
compliment to the hostess The la ladies ladies ladies ¬
dies who were present were amply re repaid repaid repaid ¬
paid as they spent a charmingly charminglypleasant charminglypleasant charminglypleasant
pleasant hour together togetherMrs
Mrs Newsom was assisted by b her herhusbands herhusbands herhusbands
husbands daughter Mrs Nathan NathanMayo NathanMayo I IMaro
Mayo of Summerfield who is her herguest I Iguest i iguest
guest for a few days and by Mrs E EL EL EL
L Carney in serving very delicious deliciousangel deliciousangel deliciousangel
angel food hot chocolate with ith whip whipped whipped whipped ¬
ped cream and crackers crxckersA
A good sized offering was left on ontho onthe onthe
the plate during the afternoon afternoonA
A TAMPA ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENTMr
Mr 11 and Mrs l1 rs B Bin n Weathers enter entertained entertained entertamed
tained with a jolly old fashioned can candy canrly candy ¬
dy pull last evening een Ilg at their home
210 Magnolia avenue in compliment complimentto
to Miss Lula McClendon of Miami MiamiDelicious MiamiDelicious MiamiDeli
Delicious Deli ious Lady Baltimore cake and andorange andorange andorange
orange ice was served servedThe servedThe I
The host and hostess were assist assisted ¬
ed by b Mr r and Mrs E R Beckwith BeckwithMr
Mr and Mrs Allen of Ocala Miss MissBessie Missi MissBessie
i Bessie Hammerly and Miss Hilda HildaKemp HildaI HildaKemp
I Kemp Others invited invited were theyoung the theyoung i iyoung
young men who have extended cour courtesies courtesies courtesies ¬
tesies to Miss McClendon during her hervisit hervisit hervisit
visit in TampaSunda Tampa Sundays s Tampa TampaTribune TampaTribune TampaTribune
Tribune TribuneThe TribuneThe TribuneThe
The staff correspondent of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Packer has left Florida and is isnow isnow isnow
now in Alabama If he does as much muchfor muchfor muchfor
for Alabama as he did for Florida Floridathat FlorIdathat Floridathat
that state will be largely benefited by byhis bphis byhis
his visit He is a fair impartial and andexcellent andexcellent andexcellent
excellent writer
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J SIXTY LADIES GUESTS OF MRS MRSi MRSCHARLES
i CHARLES RHEINAUER RHEINAUERIn
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f C In response to the th invitation of ofMrs ofI ofMrs
Mrs Charels Rheinauer the following followingladies folIowingI followingladies
I
I ladies accepted and enjoyed her hercharming hercharming hercharming
charming hospitality namely namelyMesdames namelyMesdames namelyMesdames
Mesdames Adolph Hohenberg Hohen berg M MFishel lIFishel MFisliel
Fishel B W Y Mimms Edward Holder HolderR
R S Hall E L Carney Carne W V S Bul Bullock Bul10c1 Bullock ¬
lock G d R McKean W V Newsom NewsomJ
J 1 D Robertson G S Scott Mallory MalloryLiddon lIaIloryLiddon MalloryLiddon
Liddon J J H Taylor G T Maughs H HL HIJ HL
L Anderson M 1 C V Looney Loone W V Har Harvey HalveJ Harvey ¬
vey Clark D W Davis J K Austin AustinF Au tn tnF LnF
F G B Weihe C H Lloyd A E EGerig EGerig EGong
Gerig Bernard Seligman Lee Miner MinerE
E S Oldfield E L Maloney JakeBrown Jake JakeBrown J ke keDrown
Brown W V T Gary Gar R L Anderson AndersonS
S T Sistrunk William Wolf O T TGreen TGreen TGreen
Green W V H Powers Frank Harris HarrisJ
J J C B Koonce Sandford Jewett Al Albert AIbert Albert ¬
bert H Birdsey E M Howard Wil William William ViIliam ¬
liam Anderson E T Helvenston D DE DE DE
E Mclver H M 1 Hampton J M 1 Mef Meffert lleffert Meffert ¬
fert B J J Patter J W V Pearson E H HMote HIote HMote
Mote L W V Duval Charles Peyser PeyserClarence PeyserClarence PeyserClarence
Clarence Camp J W Y Crosby Misses MissesMay llissesIlay MissesMay
May Camp Mary Mar Piatt Annie Davis DavisGrace DavisGrace DavisGrace
Grace Hatched Susie Fort Sara Mc McCrcery 1IcCreery McCreery
Creery Margaret Taylor Ta lor Valeta Pot Potter Potter Potter ¬
ter Carrie Williams and Kate McCol McColley McColler McColley
ley
I Mrs Rheinauers party was given givenas
as a compliment to her sisterinlaw sisterinlawMrs
Mrs Adolph Hohenberg of Wetump Wetumpka
ka Ala who is her guest and who whois w wis wb wbis
is certainly a handsome and very verycharming verycharming verycharming
charming visitor visitorReceiving visitorReceiving visitorReceiving
Receiving with them in the hall hallwere hallwere hallwere
were Mrs Rheinauers sister Mrs M MFishel lLI MFishel
I Fishel and Mrs Mimms and Mrs MrsHolder MrsHolder MrsHolder
Holder The color scheme of this thislovely thislovel thislovely
lovely lovel social function was white and andyellow andyelIow andyellow
yellow and all of the ladies in the thereceiving thereceiving thereceiving
receiving party wore beautiful white whitethin whitethin whitethin
thin gowns over yellow ellow with yellow yellowsashes yellowI yellowsashes
I sashes and large yellow corsage but butterfly butterfly butterfly ¬
terfly bows and very ver attractive did didthey didthey didthey
they look Nearly all of the ladies ladiesassisting ladiesassisting ladiesassisting
assisting wore white and yellow yellowwinch yellowW11ich yellowwhich
winch dainty colors were very pretty prettyand prettyand prettyand
and springlike springlikeOn
On the front veranda ver lIlda Mrs Carney Carneyand
and Mrs Hall received and the punch punchwas punchwas punchwas
was served by Miss Potter Miss Wil Williams Williams Williams ¬
liams and Miss McColley The punch punchbowl punchhowl punchbowl
bowl was unusually prettily decorat decorated ¬
ed The table was covered with tis tissue tissne tissue ¬
sue paper doilies decorated with yel yellow yellow ¬
I
low flowers and all about the table tablewere tablewere tablewere
were clusters of rich yellow kum kumquats ImmI ImmIquats kumquats
quats orange blossoms and sour or oranges oranges ¬ I Ianges
anges The punch was wa principally principallymade
made with oranges and the cherries cherriesin
in it were yellow The punch table tablewas tablewas I Iwas
I IThe
was greatly admired admiredThe admiredThe
The other ladies assisting Mrs MrsRheinauer 1IrsRheinauer MrsRheinauer
Rheinauer during the afternoon were wereMesdames wereI wereMesdames
Mesdames Bullock Scott Taylor Mc McKean McI McKean ¬
I
Kean Newsom Robertson and Lid Liddon Liddon Liddon ¬
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don donj
j There were twelve tables of curds crrdsand curdsI
and three tables of dominoes makingin making makingin
I in all sixty sixt player and very merrily merrilyand
I and pleasantly did the afternoon pass passThe passThe passThe
The high scores were made by Mrs MrsLooney l1rsLooney MrsLooney
Looney and Mrs McIver the former formerwinning formerwinning formerwinning
winning a lovely little bowl painted paintedin
in oranges and the latter a fruit plate platewith platewith platewith
with similar decorations The booby boobyprizes boobyprizes boobyprizes
prizes were silver tally keepers sou souvenirs souvenirs souvenirs ¬
venirs of Florida having alligators alligatorsand
and other suggestive decorations decorationsthereon decorationsthereon decorationsthereon
thereon They were awarded to Mrs MrsMaughs ltrslIaughs firsMaughs
Maughs and Miss Camp The visit visitors visitors visitors ¬
ors prize a pretty white gauze fan fanwas fanwas fanwas
was won by Mrs Nimms and the hon honor honor honor ¬
or guest was presented a handsome handsomechina bandsomechina handsomechina
china beer stein which was also paint painted ¬
ed in oranges orangesMrs orangeslIrs orangesAirs
Mrs Rheinauer had helping hem in inmarking inmarking inmarking
marking the scores dainty little Caro Carolyn Carolyn Carolyn ¬
lyn Hohenberg ar ald > d Agnes Burford Burfordwho Burfordwho Burfordwho
who were very sweet in their pretty prettywhite prettywhite prettywhite
white frocks and sashes The tallies tallieswere tameswere tallieswere
were kept on picture postal cards cardswhose cardswhose cardswhose
whose decorations were also oranges orangesand orangesanel orangesand
and orange blossoms blossomsThe
The twocourse luncheon served af after after after ¬
ter the games was not only delicious deliciousbut
but beautifully served as well The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
first course was grapefruit and nut nutsalad nutsalad nutsalad
salad served in oranges from which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the fruit had been removed and the thetops thetops thetops
tops were prettily scalloped With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the salad was served salted almonds almondsolives almondsolives almondsolives
olives and saltines The cherry and andyellow andyellow andyellow
yellow ice cream was served insquares in insquares insquares
squares and the plates were garnish garnished ¬
ed with yellow nasturtiums tied with withyellow withI
I yellow ribbon The cakes were Iced Icedwith Icedwith icedwith
with yellow ellow and fruit cake and coffee coffeewere coffeewere coffeewere
were also served On each of the ta tables tables tables ¬
bles were bon bon dishes filled with withyellow withyellow withyellow
yellow mints the handles of the dish dishes ¬
es being tied with yellow ribbon ribbonAll ribbonAll ribbonAll
All of the lower floor of Mrs MrsRheinauers MrsRheinauers MrsRheinauers
Rheinauers home was used for her herparty herparty herparty
party and every ever room was prettily prettilyadorned prettHyadorned prettilyadorned
adorned with flowers and evergreens evergreensIn
In the parlor beautiful double yel yellow yell yelllow yellow ¬
low jonquils were effectively used usedand usedand usedand
and in all of the other rooms dozens dozensj
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of Merechal I rechal Neil roses effectively effectivelyused I Iused
used on mantels tables piano book bookcases bookc bookcase ¬
cases c se etc and the lights were shaded shadedin
in yellow thus beautifully complet completing ¬
I ing the color motif of the afternoon afternoonTUBERCULOSIS afternoonTUBERCULOSIS afternoonTUBERCULOSIS
TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT TODAY TODAYMuch TODAYlluch TODAYMuch
Much interest is being manifested manifestedin manifestedin d din
in the tuberculosis exhibit that will willbe wiJIbe willbe
be held in this city on Friday by Prof ProfRoutzahn ProfRoutzahn ProfRoutzahn
Routzahn director of the All Florida FloridaCampaign FloridaCampaign FloridaCampaign
Campaign against ag inst the great white whiteplague whiteplague whiteplague
plague plagueThe plagueThe plagueThe
The exhibit was held for a month monthor
or more at Jacksonville and for the thepast thepast thepast
past month has been at Pensacola PensacolaOneday PensacolaOneday PensacolaOneday
Oneday institutes will be held in a anumber anumber anumber
number of the larger towns of the thestate thestate thestate
state and Friday is the day for the theexhibit theexhibit theexhibit
exhibit here The session will also alsobe alsobe alsobe
be continued thro through gh Saturday morn morning morning morning ¬
ing ingWe
We hope that a large crowd will willtake willtake willtake
take advantage of this exhibit and be bepresent bepresent bepresent
present at one or all of the sessions sessionson
on Friday FridayThe FridaThe FridayThe
The program for the day is as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows
9 a m mDirector Director Routzahn met at atOcala atOcala atOcala
Ocala House by reception committee committeeconsisting committeeconsisting committeeconsisting
consisting of mayor and members of ofboard ofboard ofboard
board and three physicians followed followedby
by a tour of the city
10 a m mVomans Womans Club discussion discussionof
of plans for day and general campaign campaignwork
work
11 a m lllPublic Public school Primary Primaryschool Primaryschool Primaryschool
school will also attend this session
12 m mHoward Howard Academy ca < 1emy
130 1 30 p m mLunch Lunch
3 p m lllExhibit Exhibit at court house houseOpen houseOpen houseOpen
Open session all during the afternoon
730 p m mStereopticon lecture at atOrpheum atOrpheum atOrpheum
Orpheum Theater
9 p Stereopicon m lecture at Or Orpheum Orpheum Orpheum ¬
pheum Theater for colored people peopleSaturday peopleSaturday peopleSaturday
Saturday 9 a m mExhibit Exhibit at court
house for colored people peopleIn
In a letter received yesterday from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the managers of this exhibit they theysay theysa theysay
say sayCitizens sa saCitizens sayCitizens
Citizens of Ocala OcalaWe OcalaVe Ocala1Ve
We cannot promise you the exhibi exhibition exhiblI exhibition ¬
I tion we had here in Pensacola but butwe butwe butwe
we can assure you much of interest interestand interestand interestand
and great good to come from the se series series series ¬
ries of oneday health institutes for forthe forthe forthe
the presentation of many and varied variedphases variedphases variedphases
phases of the worldwar against tu tuberculosis tuberculosis ttmberculosis ¬
berculosis or consumption consumptionFRED
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FRED MEFFERT BREAKS HIS HISWRIST HISWRIST HISWRIST
WRIST WRISTYesterday WRISTYesterday WRISTYesterday
Yesterday Mr J M Meffert receiv receivTuesday receivTuesday receivTuesday
Tuesday Mr Ir J M Meffert receiv received ¬
ed his handsome new touring car and andTuesday andTuesday andTuesday
Tuesday afternoon while engaged in incranking incranking incranking
cranking up the machine Fred Mef Meffert Meffert MefPert ¬
fert his third son happened to a very verypainful verypainful verypainful
painful accident The crank flew out outof outof outof
of his hand and tsruck him on the thewrist thewrist thewrist
wrist breaking ft quite severely His Hiswrist Hiswrist Hiswrist
wrist anil hand l will be out of commission commis commission commlssion ¬
sion for some time and his young youngfriends youngfriends youngfriends
friends all regret very much to hear hearof
of his painful accident accidentOFFICIAL accidentOFFICIAL accidentOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL NOTICE NOTICEAfter NOTICEAfter NOTICEAfter
After careful investigation the un undersigned undersigned tindersigned ¬
dersigned corroborate the announce announcement announcement announcement ¬
ment that Mr Otheneil Lucius has hassmallpox hassmallpox hassmallpox
smallpox The case is extremely mild mildand mlldand mildand
and no one who has been viccinated viccinatedneed Yicclnatedneed viccinatedneed
need fear contagion contagionDR
DR C C YOUNGE YOUNGEDR
DR W V V NEWSOM NEWSOMDR
DR E AX HOOD HOODCARD HOODCARD HOODCARD
CARD OF THANKS THANKSTo
To the Editor Ocala Banner BannerI
I desire through your columns to tothank tothank tothank
thank the people of Anthony for their theirkindness theirkindness theirkindness
kindness during and after the recent recentfire recentfire recentfire
fire and for the donations of wearing wearingapparel wearingapparel wearingapparel
apparel received receivedRespectfuly receivedRespectful receivedRespectfuly
Respectfuly RespectfulyMATTIE RespectfulMATTIE RespectfulyMATTIE
MATTIE CARROL CARROLMr
Mr 11 John Foglestrom one of the theprominent theprominent theprominent
prominent residents of the Montague Montaguesection Montaguesection ontaguesection
section was in Ocala Saturday and andenrolled andenrolled amidenrolled
enrolled his name on the subscrip subscription ¬
tion books of the Ocala Banner That Thatis
I is what we call a good citizen and we wehope wehope wehope
hope that we can say ay the same of ev every every every ¬
ery resident of the county countyWE countyWE countyWE
WE ARE SELLING THE McCALL McCALLPATTERNS McCALLPATTERNS McCALLPATTERNS
PATTERNS AND WILL BE PLEAS PLEASED ¬
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Miss Bessie Porter of Ocala who whowas whowas whowas
was honoree at a box party at the thoGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand to see Madamo Nnzimora In InA InA InA
A Doll House Tuesday o ovunlng von ing returned re returned returned ¬
turned from Atlanta yesterday yesterdayMiss
Miss Josephine Schneider of Plant PlantCity PlantCity PlantCity
City was elected a member of thePhi the thePhi thePhi
Phi Beta Sigma society soclot by th the facul faculty ¬
ty of Brenau This Is a very great greathonor IrHtbOllor greathonor
honor bestowed upon Miss Schn Sclllleider Sclllleideras Idr Idras
as the society is composed of only onlyfifteen onlyfifteen onlyfifteen
fifteen members having tho tholiterary II1glt ldghat ldghatliterary t tliterary
literary standing in the institution
Miss Mattie Willinma ViJJl lDS of Ooala was wasthe wuthe wasthe
the honor guest of a domino party partygiven pattygiven NLrtygiven
given by b Mrs Epps on Green street JttretTuesda streetTuesday tre t tTuesday
Tuesday Tuesda evening eveningMonday eveningMonda eveningMonday
Monday was an ideal spring day dayand lIayand dayan1
and the Phi Mu Gamma society took tookadvantage tookadvantafe tookadvantage
advantage of the beautiful vrtat wlUer r by bygiving lJygiving bygiving
giving a tallyho ride tn honor of their theirgrand Uutlrgrand theirgrand
grand counselor Miss Crump of ofRichmond ofRichmond ofRichmond
Richmond who came to Bntnau to toinspect toinspect toinspect
inspect the Gamma chapter c aptur Among Amongthe
the Florida girls girls who ar are members mem members IItctlllbels ¬
bers of the society and who enjoyed enjoyedthis Joyed Joyedthis
this delightful ride wore Mleeee Miiw All c Des Bossie Dessie floesic
sie and Marguerite Portor MtanieStovall Mmnio MmnioStovall hnleStovall
Stovall and Alta Pearson of g t Ocata Ocataand Oea Oeaand Oeaiaand
and Leila McFarlin of Qulncy QuhuIAt QuhuIAtlanta At Atlanta ¬
lanta Journal JournalOCALA JournalOCALA JonrnalOCALA
OCALA AT TAMPA TAMPAThe TAMPAThe TAMPAThe
The W V O W V had ha a Tory wegaat wegaattime ole8acttime l gaat gaattime
time at Tampa and the organI organkwtkm organkwtkmwas atiec B Bwas A Awas
was largely represented representedOcala
Ocala was represuntod in th the par iorsons parsons Itersons ¬
sons of Mr Ir Carter H UltiMO arse a ucal l Mr MrChas UrChas r rChas
Chas K Sage SageThe SageThe SageThe
The banquet wan m nuwlhh iMltlMK lthK g rooaJand royal royaland i iand
and unique and in the nak ftaktlp Mf > of ofthe Drthe ofthe
the bill of fare the uilM wJt w Ity c exerekwd exerekwdtheir + xerofsedtheir x8rCl1tMH1their
their ingenuity to the emi d that the thenames tJMnames titsnames
names of those prominent in the ooa a aoevention ooavention tl tlventi
vention venti on were pleasant asftoolai la laconnection t tconnection laconnection
connection with the several sev ral ds disJie disJieand lea leaand eA eAand
and in the naming of which It will UI UIseen b bseen be beseen
seen that Ocala was rcproeeBlml rcproeeBlmlThe repru 8atretel 8atretelThe
The menu was as follows followsENTREES tollo8ENTREES followsENTRCFS
ENTREES ENTREESSpanish ENTREESSpanish ENTRCFSSpanish
Spanish Olives QMtery QMteryRed 0IIw7ne1 C > Ir1ryRed
Red Poppors PopporsSausage PttpporiiSausage PepporsSausage
Sausage SpanJtfh SpAR H 111 111SOUP filIM filIMSOUP ai aiSOUP
SOUP SOUPSoup SOUPSoup SOUPSoup
Soup on the W tiV1ai tiV1aiFiS11 as asJ g gFISH
FISH FiS11Filet FISHFilet J S H HFilet
Filet of Rd RdCHICKBN saappor saapporCHICKIIH S SCHICKIIN
CHICKBN CHICKBNJewell CHICKIINJuweJl CHICKIIHJewell
Jewell on Chick CklckfJJI m mDBSSERTS Oatauiwt OatauiwtD1frSS 0 0DIISSBRTS
DBSSERTS DBSSERTSRumor DIISSBRTSRumor D1frSS > 1rRFS 1rRFSRttntey
Rumor Dnme DnmeAnderson Om OmAnderson Omeles OmelesAnderson
Anderson Sandwich Cream CreamWith Cr CrVJth 4p oes oesWith
With Guam Pa PaM PaMTownqs PasteTownes ta taTowmts
Towmts TtpioK Cat CxfAnd CatAnd CatsAnd
And Cigars ClgarHTea ClgarToaSaglt CigarsTeaSage
ToaSaglt Tea Sago Leaves LeavesRed 1o1dRed LeaveaRed
Red Grape Juico 0arelaas Oar OaroAnd OarAnd fMaeM fMaeMAnd
And Jo Jose e Vila VII Havana IlavuaiThere HavanaThere JllinaThere
There were speeches and andwit 11I 11Iwit ek ekwit
wit humor and all the tb tbseasoned aoo aooseasoned aooeorle aooeorleseasoned
seasoned well with wit h Sage Sa and j Mfer Mferity r rit rit3 >
ity it and was pronouiMerf a agood h8 h8good 1Daaxfelgood
good time timeMr I IMr
Mr and Mrs Albert Miller of this thiscity UIIscity thiscity
city are now makflinp mak Jn their lone e atKansas at atKansas atKansas
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