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Oc O Ocal la a Banner Bannerr BannerCarpenter
Mr MrQa r Eo T f
Carpenter enter has begun work workMr I
011 < a aelE > > e v K 5room room o
house housea houseMrL I
r ° MrL Jrs IL Jt E Cal e who has been en enf en3OYI1g
3OYI1g f g a rest In Inthe I
the
home of Mr E I IA
F A Newport e Wport for
a couple of weeks re ¬
turned to her home in Ocala recently I
Her sister Mrs Bertha Williams
came
flown dow n from f rom
Jackson Jacksonville ille and went to
Ocala with her herR herJ
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Moorhead
surveyor was here
on Tuesday subdividing some lots for for1tlr
Mr C E Baker and establishing
some lines that had become rather rathermixed rathermixed rathermixed
mixed in the course of time timeMr timeMr I
Mr E P
Newport has made some somesubstantial somesubstantial
substantial Improvements in his hisproperty IllsproPerty hisproperty
property recently Including new steps
down the bluff from his house to the thestore thestore thestare
store with seats at the top and inthe in inthe inthe
the middle of the flight from which whichbeautiful whichbeautiful whichbeautiful
beautiful views of o the lake may beobtained be beobtained beobtalnoi
obtained He has also extended his hisdock hisdock hisdock
dock sixteen feet further into the thelake the1aka thelake
lake as the low water made It diffi difficult difficult difficult ¬
cult for or boats to land landRobL bindRobt cLndRobt
Robt E Fosnot returned Wednes Wednesday Wednesda Wednesday ¬
day da from fr m a few days visit at Eustis EustisG
G H Ford of Ocala was the guest guestof
of Mr and Mrs Woodrow at Blair Blairfllla BlairlIa BlairVilla
fllla lIa over Sunday SundayOranges SundayOranges SundayOranges
Oranges are about all shipped out outbut outbut outbut
but grapefruit can be supplied In Inplenty inplent inplenty
plenty plentyJudge plentJudge plentyJudge
Judge Wynne Mr Barclay and Mr MrF MrF MrF
F W v Hall still have a small supply supplyof
of oranges but the fruit has been beenpicked beenttlckod beenpicked
picked clean from all the other fine finegroves fineKroos finegroves
groves ETOO the drops command commanda
a fair price priceE
E H Barclay returned recently recentlyfrom recentlyfrom recentlyfrom
from a two weeks visit down the thewont thewest
I Iust
wont ust coast going as far south as Bradnntown Bradon Bra Bradim
dnntown dnntownMiss dim town townMiss town1i88
Miss Esther Weathers who has hasbeon hasbeon hasboon
beon a guest at Blair Villa for some somedays someda3s somedays
days returned to her home in Ocala Ocalaon I Ion Ion
on Tuesday She expects to return returnwith returnUb returnwith
with Ub a party of young ladies for the thedance thedanc thedance
dance at the Oaks on Friday night nightJacob nightJacob nightJacob
Jacob Bradford of Nashville Tenn Tennwbo Tennwho
who 00 is enjoying the winter with his hisfamily histam hisfamily
family tam II at his plMsant plt tsant home across acrossthe acrossth acrossthe
the th lake is a frequent caller at East Eastlake Eastlako Eastlake
lake drawing his supplies from rom the thewell thewell
well 011 stocked store of E F Newport NewportA I i
A charming function was the tea teaRiven teaFt1OD teagiven
given Saturday afternoon by b Mrs D DS DS DS
S Woodrow o0 < lro at Blair Villa Guests Guestswwe Guestsvrl Guestsmere
mere jweaent rent from Woodmar and the thefoot thefoot
foot of the lake and from Ocala A Anovol Anool Anovel 1
novel feature was the animal delinea delineation delineatl delineation ¬
tion tl R oach guest being asked to draw drawa
a certain animal Mr Goodwin and andMr andllr andIr
Mr llr Cbawbliss were the judges of ofthose ofk080 ofthose
those delineations of animal form formand formand formand
and awarded prizes to Dr Henry Henr on onhts on1M onh4s
hts porkers IOrkorsone one of the improved improvedwH improvedfttify improvedaI4f1r
wH fttify ly and one on of the razorback and andprize andpriao andJ420
prize in the impressionistdlassothers impressionist impressionistdlaro
dlassothers dlaro otherwise Ise the booby boob prize prizeto prizetoMr to toMr
Mr HMkoll JiIa coll whose flying rabbits rabbitsnot
not otly added a new creation to the theaootogloal theoa theaoaliaal
aootogloal oa fold but also was a fine finetypo finel finetpe
typo l ctf f improsionist work Mr MrOooJwin MrCihMht MrGe
Ge OooJwin dw4n defined the impressionist impressionistMlHoo
MlHoo 1011 i of art as the one which requir requirW1
W1 < you MI to t gneiss most as to what the theptotor the1tIot theltiatmtt
ptotor 1tIot was Intended to represent representTo
To T < < said INI delicious salad constituted constitutedMr
a1lo retrosltiwetsts retrosltiwetstsMr Nlfrft hntelttt hnteltttMil
Mr XJMI att + l Mrs 7 C Chambliss of ofQoftfct ofaK
Qoftfct 0 aK wen Nt gMfts CUs of Mr and Mrs MrsCU Mrsat MrsQ
Q CU > 4wiH at The rite Oaks on Saturday SaturdayA
4 SwR SwRA SMwtla SMwtlaA
A HMt 1tMe8tmlI ewartniug ew rmtHg and porch dance dancewUH dance4lt dancewwIq
wUH he fc liven on at The Oaks on Fri Friay FriI FriIMa Fri4ii
Ma 4ii ay Kigbt M Dr Henry is master of ofooromowios ofCIONJIes ofe4
ooromowios e4 rowt wies A numbor of people are areoxpooted areIttot areaopeoLM
oxpooted Ittot down from Ocala and the thelakoaMe thelako the1AkeM
lako lakoaMe HIo a will be largely represented representedGRINER representedGRINER representedGRINER
GRINER FARM AND OAK OAKCor OAKOor OAKStpecilal
Stpecilal Cor Ocala Banner BannerThe Bannorno BannerThe
The formers rAnn 0 rs crops are progressing progressingBloaty progressingaI06llt progrossingaioaII
Bloaty They TII6 are in hopes that Jack JackPro JackIIHt JackPPt
Pro IIHt + t will not visit i5ft them any an more moreTko moredies
11 dies HtMiItg HtMiItgTw tpriagThe
Tko sing n at Miss Gertrude Jones JonesSwtHfe JonesIght JonesShwa
SwtHfe night was a grand success successMr successMr successMr
Mr and Mrs J J Luff Luffman man spent spentSwMtay spents
SwMtay s iy with their daughter Mrs Will WillSoari WillSear VillSoariterotlgb
Sear Soariterotlgb SoariterotlgbIn orottgh orottghMra rowghMrs
Mrs In Brown has returned from vis visM visher is isNr
M K her daughter at Winter Garden Gardena Gardenhalng
a MI reports having had a nice time timeAMO timetho timeAtNosg
AtNosg AMO g the guests of o Mr J M Luff LuffWMI Luffa LueS1wiay
WMI Sunday a afternoon were Mr P PT PT PT
T Wll o w a41 B < 1 family rIl Mrs Irs Noah Wal WaliWMi WaldMw al alMNI
dMw iWMi Mr r a aD41 < J Irs C M I Luffman LuffmanOIK LuffmanOW
OIK 0 Mfcool t1 e K of t closed Wednesday dnosda and andM anddMo andi
i M I tits tft olds ret rotra6tl Mrs oil home rejoicing rejoicingDM
DM the I school had closed closedWo closedr1ttd closedwe
Wo w acre < gted to say 841 that Mr J M MIHowttt MlRuwU 1
IHowttt 110 te slowly sl 1eI wly Improving Improvinga ImprovingQatte
Qatte a Hunter IM1Har of our young folks folksMr folksM folks4motl
4motl M Mr r an4 Mrs George Luffman LuffmanSaiwtay Lutrmans
Saiwtay s Sat + wtrikty Bight BightMrs IMGlItIM tI9kt1rs
Mrs IM C A Rakme visited her sis sister sister sisMer ¬
ter Mrs In J M Howitt Saturday afifeawoaa af aftiamooii aftlOr1tfH
tiamooii tiamooiiM4w tlOr1tfHMtk ifeawoaaM4we
M4w 8 Gertrude Jones visited Mrs MrsHerbert MrsJlorblltrt MrsHorbort
Herbert Weeks ooks Sunday SundayA Sunda SundaA
A certain young man looks sad on onaoooHiK onatQHIM onaeattitnt
aoooHiK of a girl 1 loaving aving this place a afow afow afew
fow days ago agoIt agoIt agoIt
It appears that wedding bells will willtsoon wi1lt willroan
roan t be ringing In this burg burgMiss burgllss burgMiss
Miss Minnie Paine of Bonton Ill 111IB IllIs IllIs
Is visiting her cousins Mr Ir and Mrs MrsGay MrsGor MrsGuy
Gay Jones of o this place
PANSY PANSYMENS PANSYAI PANSYa1S
MENS AI FURNISHINGS at Rhein Rhelnaucrs Rheinaucrts RheinauE
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NOTES FROM BELLEVIEW BELLEVIEWSpecial BELLEVIEWSpecial BELLEVIEWSpecial
Special Cor Ocala Banner BannerRefreshing BannerRefreshing BannerRefreshing
Refreshing rains are bringing forth forththe forththe forththe
the spring foliage and making our ourvillage ourvillage ourvillage
village of oaks a beautiful place in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which to abide abideThe abideThe abideThe
The supper and sale held by the theBelleview theBel1eview theBelleview
Belleview Workers Friday evening eveningwas
was a complete financial and social socialsuccess socialsuccess socialsuccess
success The net proceeds were were 40 40The 40The 40The
The quilt brought 1620 and was waswon waswon waswon
won by Miss Bertha Farris FarrisMr FarrisJ FarrisMr FarrisMr
Mr and Mrs E E Mood Blood J and son sonReginald sonReginald sonReginald
Reginald left Tuesday for Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonvl1le Jacksonville ¬
ville from which place they sailed sailedWednesday sailedWednesday sailedWednesday
Wednesday on the steamship Mohawk Mohawkfor
for their home in Maine They are arethe arEthe arethe
the first to break our winter colony colonyand colonyand colonyand
and we were sorry to see them go goThe goThe goThe
The Loyal Temperance Legion will willhold willhold willhold
hold their first meeting in the hall hallthis hallthis hallthis
this Friday afternoon at 330 A Agood Agood Agood
good attendance is expected expectedRev expectedRev
Rev J J Thompson will give a astereopticon astereopticon astereopticon
stereopticon lecture under the aus auspices auspices auspices ¬
pices of the Ladies Aid Society Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day evening at the hall Subject HA HAYear A AYear AYear
Year Within the Arctic Circle Ad Admission Admission Admission ¬
mission 15 cents children 10 cents centsThe centsThe centsThe
The congregation at the Methodist Methodistchurch Methodistchurch Methodistchurch
church is very encouraging The TheSunday TheSunday TheSunday
Sunday school is also prospering Let Letus Letus Letus
us continue in making them so The Thenovel Thenovel Thenovel
novel service which was announced announcedfor
for last Sunday morning was made madeby madeb madeby
by b having the collection plates chang changed ¬
ed into distributing ones nes in which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were placed alluminum text cards for formorning formorning formorning
morning and evening evenin services each eachperson eachperson eachperson
person taking one The congrega congregations congregatinB congregations ¬
tions were large and appreciative appreciativeITEMS appreciativcITEMS appreciativeITEMS
ITEMS FROM ELECTRA ELECTRASpecial ELECTRASpecia ELECTRASpecia
Specia Cor Ocala Banner BannerMr
Mr B C Young Christian evange evangelist evangelist evangelist ¬
list from Cordell Okla who has been beenspending beenspending beenspending
spending the winter preaching in inFlorida inFlorida i iFlorida
Florida has just finished a protracted protractedmeeting protractedmeeting protractedmeeting
meeting in Electra His meetings meetingswpre meetingswere
were well attended generally Some Someof
of the people said he was the best bestpreacher bestpreacher bestpreacher
preacher they had ever heard heardMr heardMr heardMr
Mr J A Pittman of Ocala spent spentseveral spentseveral spentseveral
several days here fishing and attend attending attending attending ¬
ing the preaching services He re reports reports reports ¬
ports having had an excellent time timeWe timeVe timeWe
We are sorry to report the illness illnessof
of o Messrs J E Morse and W E Mar Martin Martin Martin ¬
tin two of our oldest and best citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens Mr Morse had a stroke of par paralysis paralysis paralysis ¬
alysis some time < ago He got a great greatdeal greatdeal greatdeal
deal better but recently had another anotherstroke anotherstroke anotherstroke
stroke and is in a critical condition conditionMr
Mr Martin had x bad case of grip gripand gripand gripand
and then a relapse but is mending mendingrapidly mendingrapid mendingrapidly
rapidly Dr Henry of Lake Weir has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been attending both bothSaturday bothSaturday bothSaturday
Saturday Miss Bettie McCarley McCarleywent
went to Ocala to see her brother who whois
is in the hospital there suffering sufferingfrom sufferingfrom sufferingfrom
from an accidental accid ntal wound in his eye eyeShe eyeShe eyeShe
She reports him doing as well as ascould ascould ascould
could be expected expectedMiss expectedMiss expectedMiss
Miss Dixie Pillans accompanied accompaniedMiss
Miss McCarley to town to do some someshopping someshopping someshopping I
shopping shoppingRev I IRev
Rev Mr Luter of Wildwood filled filledhis fIlledhis filledhis
his regular appointment at the Con Congregational Congregational Congregational ¬
gregational church Sunday Sunda Quite a alarge alarge alarge
large crowd were out to hear him himMrs himllrs himMrs
Mrs Maude Heath and daughter daughterMary daughterMar daughterMary
Mary Mar who have been visiting friends friendshere friend51 friendshere
here have returned to their home in inLakeland inLakeland i iLakeland
Lakeland LakelandMr i iMr
Mr J L Rushing will move to toLynne toLynne i iLynne
Lynne this week We are sorry sorr to tolose tolose tolose
lose such a good neighbor neighborJOHN neighborJOHN neighborJOHN
JOHN PETER PETERGOOD PETERGOOD PETERGOOD
GOOD POTATO LAND LANDThe LANDThe LANDThe
The question as to whether lands landsopened landsopened landsopened
opened by b the Okeechobee road are aresuitable aresuitable aresuitable
suitable for growing Irish potatoes is ispractically ispractical1y ispractically
practically settled in favor of the in industry industrp industry ¬
dustry On Saturday at the store of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Lake Worth orth Produce Company Companythere Companythere Companythere
there were five or six bushels of Irish Irishpotatoes Irishpotatoes Irishpotatoes
potatoes that had been brought in inthat inthat inthat
that morning from Okeechobee farm farmthe farmthe farmthe
the property of Mr J D Mathis at atthe atthe atthe
the western terminus of the Okeecho Okeechobee ¬
bee road The potatoes were as nice niceas
as were ever grown and Mr Mathis Mathisstates Mathisstates Mathisstates
states that only 1500 pounds of fertili fertilizer fertilizer fertilizer ¬
zer to the acre was used in their production pro production production ¬
duction If as we understand it takes takesfrom takesfrom takesfrom
from 3000 to 3500 pounds of fertilizer fertilizerto
to grow potatoes at Hastings then thenthis thenthis thenthis
this Okeechobee land is certainly the thebest thebest thebest
best ever and there is no doubt but butthat butthat butthat
that another year a large acreage of ofIrish ofIrish ofIrish
Irish potatoes will be planted in this thissection thisscctionTropical thissectionTropical
section scctionTropical Tropical Sun West Palm PalmBeach PalmBeach PalmBeach
Beach BeachUNEQUALLED BeachUrJEQUALLED BeachUNEQUALLED
UNEQUALLED AS A CURE FOR FORCROUP FORCROUP FORCROUP
CROUP CROUPBesides CROUPBesides CROUPBesides
Besides being an excellent remedy remedyfor
for colds and throat troubles Cham Chamberlains Chamberlains Chamberlains ¬
berlains Cough Remedy is nuequalled nuequalledas
as a cure for croup says Harry Harr Wil Wilson Wilson Vilson ¬
son of Waynetown Ind When hen given givenas
as soon as the croupy cough appears appearsthis appearsthis appearsthis
this remedy will prevent the attack attackIt
It is used successfully in many thous thousand thousand thousand ¬
and of homes Fro sale by all drug druggists druggists druggists ¬
gists m mWE mWE mWE
WE ARE SELLING THE McCALL McCALLPATTERNS McCALLPATTERNS McCALLPATTERNS
PATTERNS AND WILL BE PLEAS PLEASED ¬
ED TO MAIL YOU THE APRIL APRILFASHION APRILFASHION APRILFASHION
FASHION SHEET IF YOU SEND US USA USA USA
A POSTAL CARD WITH YOUR AD ADDRESS ADDRESS ADDRESS ¬
DRESS THE GLOBE OCALA FLA FLALATEST FLALATEST FLALATEST
LATEST STYLES in two and three threepiece threepiece threepiece
piece suits for men and youths at atRbeinauers atRbeinauers atRbeinauers
Rbeinauers x xFear xFear xFear
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CORNELL HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGSSpecial HAPPENINGSSpecial HAPPENINGSSpecial
Special Cor Ocala Banner BannerLittle BannerLittle BannerLittle
Little Miss Louise Campbell enter entertained entert entertained ¬
t
tained very delightfully Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Wednesdayafternoon Wednesdayafternoon
afternoon at a birthday party it be being being being ¬
ing her eighth year yearAt yearAt yearAt
At half past three the little boys boysand boysand boysand
and girls began to t arrive and in an anhour anhour anhour
hour they had all arrived and were werehaving werehaving werehaving
having a real genuine tea party in ina ina ina
a cozy little nook which had been beendecorated beendecorated een eendecorated
decorated and arranged for the ccca occasion cccasion cccasion ¬
sion After they had enjoyed enjo ed their theirtea theirtea theirtea
tea it was decided thai some exercise exercisewould exercisewould
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would be helpful so they engaged in inthe inthe inthe
the old time game of jump the rope ropeAfter ropeAfter ropeAfter
After this they were invited into the thedining 1hedining thedining
dining room by Miss Louise where whereher whereher whereher
her mother Mrs W R Campbell Campbellserved Campbellserved Campbellserved
served most delicious lemonade lemonadechocolate lemonadechocolate lemonadechocolate
chocolate cake assorted candy and andoranges andoranges andoranges
oranges orangesThe orangesThe orangesThe
The table was beautifully decorat decorated ¬
ed In the center was a handsome handsomeBattenburg handsomeBattenburg handsomeBattenburg
Battenburg centerpiece upon which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was banked a beautiful bouquet of ofsnowdrops ofsnowdrops ofsnowdrops
snowdrops and umbrella blossoms blossomsThe
The fruit and candy was also artis artistically artisticall artistically ¬
tically ticall arranged The little folks en enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed ¬
joyed themselves immensely immense Their Theirbeaming Theirbeaming Theirbeaming
beaming faces and cunning remarks remarksonly remarksanI remarksonly
only anI added to the pleasure of the theolder theolder I
older ones Little Miss Louise prov proved proved proved ¬
ed to be an ideal hostess and we hope hopethat hopethat hopethat
that this will not be her last birthday birthdaycelebration birthdacelebration birthdaycelebration
celebration at Cornell CornellAmong CornellAmong CornellAmong
Among those who attended were wereMisses wereMisses wereMisses
Misses Nellie Tenney Alice Tenney TenneyRuby TenneyRuby TenneyRuby
Ruby Tucker Tucl er Appit Redditt and Mrs MrsL
JL L Ballard and Messrs Bennie Hamp Hampton Hampton Hampton ¬
ton Archie Hampton Otto Dinkins Dinkinsand Dinldnsand Dinkinsand
and Lester Dinkins Miss Louise was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also the guest of honor at an ice icecream icecream icecream
cream supper Wednesday evening atthe at atthe
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the home of Mr and Mrs L Ballard BallardCol
Col L P Miller has a fine crop of ofwatermelons ofwatermelons ofwatermelons
watermelons and has them worked workedout workedout workedout
out beautifully beautifullyCupid beautifullyCupid beautifullyCupid
Cupid is busy winning hearts and andwe andwe andwe
we understand that the wedding bells bellswill bellswill bellswill
will soon be ringing Who is it itcan itcanyou itcanyou can canyou
you guess guessMr guess11r guessDir
Mr E C Green Is building him a anew anew anew
new residence residenceMrs
Mrs Maby of Ocala was in town townTuesday townTuesdaj townTuesday
Tuesday visiting her daughter Mrs MrsE
E r Green GreenMr Green11r GreenDir
Mr W V R Campbell is running his hissawmill hissawmill hissawmill
sawmill at its fullest capacity saw sawing sawing sawing ¬
ing up the large potatoes raised on onCornell onLornell onLornell
Lornell farms during the season so sothat sothat sothat
that they can be banked and MrDinkins Mr MrDinkins MrDinkins
Dinkins the sawyer says that he hegets hegets hegets
gets plenty of tater pone by using usingthe usingthe usingthe
the sawdust VIOLET VIOLETRECEPTION VIOLETRECEPTION VIOLETRECEPTION
RECEPTION AT ORANGE LAKE LAKEWednesday LAKEVednesdar LAKEWednesday
Wednesday afternoon from three threeto
to five oclock the beautiful home of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs C C Waits was the thescene thescene thescene
scene of a lovely reception given giv I by bytheir bytheir bytheir
their charming daughter r Miss Ruby RubyWaits RubyVaits RubyWaits
Waits in honor of her cousin MissKrouse Miss MissKrouse MissKrouse
Krouse of Meridian Miss MissWhen Missrhen MissWhen
When the guests arrived they the were weremet wereI
I met in the < hall which was beautiful beautifully ¬
ly I decorated by Miss Waits From Fromthere Fromthere Fromthere
there they were ushered into the par parlor parlor parlor ¬
lor which was artistically decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith
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with palms and cut flowers where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they were received by Miss Krouse KrouseAfter KrouseAfter 1 1After
After a very interesting contest in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which Miss Weber of Kentucky was wasthe wasI wasthe
I the fortunate prize winner of a hand handsome handsome handsome ¬
some silk work bag and Miss Lyles Lylesof Lyleslof
lof of South Carolina securing the booby boobya
a three course lunch of grapefruit and andpineapple andpineapple andpineapple
pineapple a salad course followed followedby
by b strawberry ice cream and cake cakewas caliew cakewds
was w s then served from the dining diningroom diningroom diningroom
room by Miss l1 ss Waits assisted by Miss MissWalkup MissWalkup MissWalkup
Walkup The dining room was elab elaborately elabI elaborately ¬
I orately or tely decorated with roses and andpansies andI andpansies
pansies The highly polished table tablewith tablewith tablewith
I with its gleaming silver and irredes irredescent irredescent irredescent
cent cut glass made an exquisite pic picture picture picture ¬
ture At the departure of the guests guestseach guestseach guestseach
each was presented with a bunch ot otpansies otpansies ofpansies
pansies as a souvenir of the after afternoon af1ernoon afternoon ¬
noon noonThose noonThose noonThose
Those present were Misses Krouse Krouseof
of Meridian Miss Weber of Ken Kentucky Kentuck Kentucky ¬
tucky tuck Norsworthy of Canada Taylor Taylorof Ta lor lorof
of Kentucky Lyles of South Carolina CarolinaMary CarolinaMar CarolinaMary
Mary Mar Walkup Myrtice Baldwin Ar Artie Artie Artie ¬
tie Baldwin Anna Christian Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth ¬
beth Gist Annette Gist Maude Da Davis Davis Davis ¬
vis May Cork Jaynie Ja nle Scott Florence FlorenceCork FlorenceCork FlorenceCork
Cork Lillian Norsworthy Edelweis EdelweisPrice EdelweisPrice EdelweisPrice
Price Mrs Chambers and Mrs Flew Flewellen Flewellen Flewellen
ellen ellenAfter ellenAfter ellenAfter
After bidding the hostess goodbye goodbyea
a prominent farmer carried the guests gueststo
to their homes in his automobile automobileA
A GUEST GUESTAfter GUESTAfter GUESTAfter
After covering everything ever thing he could couldthink couldthink couldthink
think of in his prayer from religion religionto
to law the young convert closed his hissupplication hissupplication hissupplication
supplication for divine favor as fol follows follows ¬ I Ilows
lows And finally final may ma we all be begathered begathered i igathered
gathered in that happy land where wherethere wherethere I Ithere
there are no courts no jails no law lawyers lawers lawyers ¬
yers ers and no judges judgesWILLIAMS judgesWILLIAMS judgesWILLIAMS
WILLIAMS KIDNEY PILLS PILLSHave PILLSHave PILLSHave
Have you neglected your Kidneys KidneysHave KidneysHa KidneysHave
Have Ha e you ou overworked your nervous nervoussystem nervouss nervoussystem
system s stem and caused trouble with your our
kidneys kldn s and an bladder Have you pains
in loins side back groins and blad bladI
derHave you OU a flabby appearance of
I the face especially under the eyes
Too frequent a desire to pass urine I
If so Williams Kidney Pills will cure cureyou cUr cUrrouat cureyouat
you rouat at druggists pice 50c 50cSold 50cSold 50cSold
Sold by Tydings Co x xEvil xEvil xEvil
Evil is always temporary temporaryi
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I 3 A IPLEAS1NGSHADOW IPLEAS1NGSHADOWCannot PLEASING SHADOW SHADOWI 3
can a pleas pleasant nt andI and anddesirable anddesirable
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Cannot of be produced and antedelnvlan antedelnvlanMILLINERY antedoluvianleaving
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be produced by shopworn
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desirable semiannual buying b yJD trip to tothe tothe towe
Before leaving g gvery on our I
MILLINERY MILLINERYof
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nearly every
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had disposed
the East Eastblishment we account of the fact that everything this thi season is soBefore so sovery I
tablishmenfc on
tothe crowd crowded
t Owing to the ¬
of former ears
distinct from fromwe the styles Y years
I very offering specially low prices < n neverything nI ned
condition of ours our store we are
ed what whatwe whatour
in and look over
to come
1 in stock It will pay you
everything full fullline fullline fullhave
Besides a
Millinery I
before purchasing your y yline our Spring
I line we have of Trimmed Hats we carry carryall all kinds of Flowers Frames Rib Ribbons HibI Ribbons ¬
bons Etc I II
I MISS MARY MA RY AFFLECK Milli Milliner MillinerNext
I Next to Munroe Chambliss ss Bank Ocala Florida FloridoleeHHHHM
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FLORIDA EDITORS TO MEET MEETThe MEETThe MEETThe
The Newspaper Men of This State StateWill StateWill StateWill
Will Gather in the Ancient City Cityon
on March 30th 30thThomas 30thThomas 30thThomas
Thomas J Appleyard secretary of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the Florida Press Asosciation has is issued issued issued ¬
sued the following notice noticeLake noticeLake noticeLake
Lake City Cit Fla March 15 1909 1909To 1909To
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To Members MembersThe
i iThe
The annual meeting of the Florida FloridaPress FloridaPress
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Press Association will be held al St StAugustine stAugustine StAugustine
Augustine March 3031 19C 19fIt 19CIt 191It °
It is hoped to make this ore or the thebest thebest thebest
best meetings held in several years yearsAn yearsAn yearsAn
An elaborate program has been pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared which will be sent out in a afew afew afew
few days by Mr Harry L Brown ed editor editor editor ¬
itor of the St Augustine Record RecordThe RecordThe j jThe
The association will establish a aschool J Jschool I
school of journalism and will have havecharge havecharge havecharge
charge of the St Augustine Record Recordfor j jfor j jfor
for one day giving the members en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged on the country countr press an oppor opportunity opportun opportunity ¬
tunity tun it of participating in daily newspaper news newspaper newspaper ¬
paper work for one day Messrs MessrsFrank MessrsFrank MessrsFrank
Frank E Harris of the Ocala Banner Bannerand Bannerand Bannerand
and T J Appleyard of the Folrida In Index Index Index ¬
dex Lake City will be managing edi editors editors editors ¬
tors The staff will be made up at attue attue attoe
tue meeting meetingTransportation meetingTransportation meetingTransportation
Transportation can be had for one onelady onelady onelady
lady member of to n editors family familyto j jto
to accompany him in exchange for foradvertising foradvertising foradvertising
advertising by b the Atlantic Coast CoastLine CoastLine CoastLine
Line to any an editor of a newspaper newspaperpublished newspaperpublished newspaperpublished
published on its line Make applica applicatio
tio nat once to Mr A W V Fritot division divis division diyision ¬
ion passenger agent at Jacksonville JacksonvilleThis
This transportation can be had to toeither toeither toeither
either Jacksonville or Palatka PalatkaThe Pal PalatkaThe atka atkaThe
The Seaboard Air Line will issue issuetransportation issuetransportation issuetransportation
transportation to members of the as association association association ¬
sociation along its line with which it ithas itbas ithas
has contracts S C Boylston Jr JrJacksonville JrJacksonville JrJacksonville
Jacksonville Fla is the assistant assistantgeneral assistantgeneral assistantgeneral
general passenger agent of this line lineNo lineNo lineNo
No other line will issue transpor transportation transportation transportation ¬
tation on any basis basisDues hasisDues basisDues
Dues are one dollar doll r per annum and andshould andshould andshould
should be paid paidAny paidAny paidAny
Any other information will be becheerfully becheerfull becheerfully
cheerfully furnished furnishedT
T J APPLEYARD Sec SecMRS SecMRS SecMRS
MRS NICHOLAS LONGWORTH LONGWORTHAND
AND HER GOWNS GOWNSMrs GOWNSlrs
Mrs lrs Nicholas Longworth is still re regarded regarded I 1 1garded
garded as the best gowned young wo woman woman woman ¬
man in Washington She has wornsuch worn wornsuch worn wornsuch
such an aray of directoire and empire empirerobes empirerobes empirerobes
robes since the season began that thatit
it seems sure she spent a big part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the summer talking with dressmak dressmakers ¬
ers Many of her robes show little littledetails littledetails littledetails
details which are new to America AmericaShe AmericaShe
She has a gold brocade directoire directoirewhich clirectoirewhich directoirewhich
which is without the least vestige of oftrimming oftrimming oftrimming
trimming save a fold of gold tissue tissueacross tissueacross tissueacross
across the lowcut neck and a similar similarfold similarfold similarfold
fold edging the long yellow cllow sleeves sleevesThe sleevesThe sleevesThe
The gown is exceedingly straight and andnarrow andnarrow andnarrow
narrow Around the waist is a heavy heavygolden heavygolden heavygolden
golden cord which descending right rightand rightand rightand
and left from the front panel edges edgesthe eugesthe edgesthe
the rtain Mrs Longworth has every everydetail everydetail everydetail
detail of her costumes to match so sowith sowith
I with this gown her slippers and hos hosiery hosiery hosiery ¬
iery are golden She wears her hair hairdressed hairdressed hairdressed
dressed low on n her neck without withoutpuffs withoutpuffs withoutpuffs
puffs of any sort and with a single singlesheaf singlesh singlesheaf
sheaf sh af 01 O golden heat Mrs Long Longworth Longworth Longworth
worth wore to the recent diplomatic diplomaticdinner diplomaticdinner I
dinner a gown of peacock blue satin satinThe satinThe i iThe
The corsage was round with a filling fillingof
of cream lace and then the gown de descended descended descended ¬
scended to the knee as narrow and andtight andi andtight
i tight as a bolster case The train trainwas trainwas trainwas
was almost a ribbon but the slender slenderoutlines slenderoutlines slenderoutlines
outlines of the former pesidents pesidentsdaughter pesidentsdaughter pesidentsdaughter
daughter made this severe mode a asuccess asuccessExchange asuccessExchange
success successExchange successExchangePOLITICS successExchangePOLITICS Exchange ExchangePOLITICS
POLITICS MAKES NO DIFFER DIFFERENCE DIFFERENCE DIFFERENCE ¬
ENCE TO US USBut USBut USBut
But if you ou are lokinc for the best bestsection bestsection bestsection
section in which to locate come to
Marion count Florida where lands landscan landscan landscan
can be bought at from 250 to 25 25per 25per 25per
per acre according to location and andimprovements
improvements On these lands we weraise weraise weraise
raise from two to four crops per year yearand yearand yearand
and hence do not have to consume in inwinter inwinter
winter all that we can lay up in sum summer summer summer ¬
mer merIf merIf merIf
If you are skeptical visit the Marion Ma Marion Marion ¬
rion County Fair December 16 17 17and 17and 17and
and 18 1908 and see for yourself yourselfFor
For further particulars address addressF
F W DITTO Real Estate Dealer Dealer1120tfw Dealer1120tfw Dealer1120tfw
1120tfw Ocala Fla FlaStrawberry FlaStrawberry FlaStrawberry
Strawberry shipments from Plant PlantCity PlantCity PlantCity
City for the week ending March 6th 6thwere 6thwere 6thwere
were 10500 quarts Previous ship shipments shipment shipments ¬
ments were 139994 quarts making a atotal atotal atotal
total to March 6 of 150494 The av average average average ¬
erage price obtained was 20 cents
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Come in and let us explain about it andheal and andhear undhear
hear the Records We also carry full line of ofSTANDARD ofSTANDARD ofSTANDARD
STANDARD RECORDS AND PHONOGRAPH PHONOGRAPHE PHONOGRAPHA PHONOGRAPHBURNETrI1
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THE BROWNSVILLE AFFAIR AFFAIRRepresentative AFFAIRReprcsentative AFFAIRRepresentative
Representative Bartlett of Georgia Georgiain
in concluding his speech on the theBrownsville theBrownsville theBrownsville
Brownsville affair said saidAnd saidAnd saidAnd
And finally Mr Speaker the mil military milita military ¬
itary ita committee of the senate after rfteian afteran fteran
an investigation lasting for more morethan morethan morethan
than a year and of the most search searching searching searching ¬
ing and exhaustive character has hasfound hasfound hasfound
found and reported to the senate by bya
a majority of 9 to 4 4That 4That 4That
That in the opinion of this com committee committee committee ¬
mittee the shooting in the affray at atBrownsville atBrownsville atBrownsville
Brownsville on the night of August
1314 1906 was done by b some of the thecolored thecolored thecolored
colored soldiers belonging to the theTwentyfifth theTwentyfifth theTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth U S Infantry then sta stationed stationed stationed ¬
tioned at Fort Brown Texas TexasSo
So the verdict rendered and the theconclusion theconclusion theconclusion
conclusion reached in every investi investigation investigation investigation ¬
gation made has been that these negro ne negro negro ¬
gro soldiers are guilty The purpose purposeof
of this bill is to restore to them the theright theright theright
right again to enter our army to toagain toagain toagain
again wear its uniform and to re receive receive receive ¬
ceive back pay and allowances and andin andin andin
in all probability to again dishonor dishonorand
and disgrace the uniform and the flag flagand flagand flagand
and to become heroes in the eyes of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their own race because they not only onlyhave onlyhave
have escaped punishment for this out outrageous outrageous outrageous ¬
rageous crime and concealed the per perpetrators perpetrators ¬
I petrators petr tors but have been made the es especial especial especial ¬
pecial objects of care and protection protectionby
by the congress of the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The country will be fortunate indeed indeedif in eed eedif
if in the future the Brownsville affair affairis
is not again repeated by these same samesoldiers samesoldiers samesoldiers
soldiers on the citizens of some other othercommunity othercommunity othercommunity
community Applause ApplauseTAMPA ApplauseTAMPA ApplauseTAMPA
TAMPA NORTHERNS NEW TER TERMINALS TERM TERMINALS ¬
MINALS MINALSEarly M MINALSEarly J N ALS ALSEarly
Early this week the Tampa North Northern Northern Northern ¬
ern Railway Company will occupy its itsnew itsnew itsnew
new depot at Brnoksville at which whichplace whichplace whichplace
place the company has made a num number number number ¬
ber of terminal improvements improvementsamounting improvementsamounting improvementsamounting
amounting to about 30000 30000Rightofway 30000Rightofway 30000Rightofway
Rightofway for the extension of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the road from Brooksville to Dunnel Dunnellon
lon has been secured and consjdera consjderable
ble grading done but it may ma be a amatter I II tmatter
matter of several weeks or even evenmonths I i imonths Imonths
months before the actual work of ofplacing ofplacing i iplacing
placing the rail for the extension is isundertaken isundertaken I
undertaken The greater part of this thisrail thisrail
rail arrived some weeks ago agoAlthough agoAlthough agoAlthough 1
Although it has vot ot been announced announceddefinitely announceddefinitely I Idefinitely
definitely what time the actual work workan ork orkon I
on the extension will begin it is isknown isImown isknown
known that the management of the therailway therailway therailway
railway is very anxious to have the theextension theextension theextension
extension completed at the earliest earliestpracticable earliestpracticable earliestpracticable
practicable time and that this will be bedone bedoneTampa bedoneTampa
done doneTampa Tampa Tribune TribuneA i iA
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Bishop Candler says that one mans manscotton manscotton manscotton
cotton crop in Mexico yielded him a ahalf ahalt ahalf
half million dollars in gold goldJ
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the hats now on display dtaplabound br ara arabound w wbound
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