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Mrs ijollie Haley HalQ Xclntosh after aftera
a shh shci visit in Ocala returned Fri Friday Frida Friday ¬
day da afternoon to her home at Clear Clearwater Clearaer Clearwater
water aer where they entire Haley fam family famtl famlly ¬
ily tl now reside resideIf
If you ou must drink see Hogan and andget andJe andgee
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good things to eat and urink G D DIs DIs DIs
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Mrs Irs Laura Raysor Ra or Hansell arrived arrivedIn
In Ooala Friday afternoon arl rnoon from her hertome herkollt herhitmsc
tome at Boston Mass to be present presentat
at the t1t funeral fui eral of her mother Mrs lrs L LJ4 LM
J4 4 Raysor RaysorWhon Ra RaysorWhen sor sorTban
When Tban you OU want a quick meal drop dropin
in Hogans Cafe where youll youli find findeverything findcVOl findevorything
everything cVOl blng in season on the bill of olfaro offare I Ifaro
faro
Mr E T Williams of Moultrie Ga Gaorotary GaMOrotar Gareorotary
orotary MOrotar of the Sumner Lumber Co Cowibo Co1M Cowbo
wibo 1M nave a big mill at Zuber and andwfco anllho andWho
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was a business caller in Ocala Satur Saturday Saturd Saturday ¬
day d 1 I Ir
Mr r T I Arnold of the McDowell McDowellCrate McDowellratc McDowellCrate
who whoroaJc whomakus whomakes
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roaJc makes s his home in this city with the theMcDowell theMcDowell theMcDowell
McDowell family has ordered a fine finenew finenew finenew
new automobile which he will a ili use us in ingoing inJolng ingoing
going to and from the mill millWa millW1 millWa
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Wa are headquarters bead quarters for all good goodthings goodthlnglS goodthinga
things to eat and drink Good serviceand service serviceand senIceand I
and prompt attention Hogan the thewhiskey theWhlske thewhiskey
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Jack Jacksonville Ja Jackr4onviile k kf1ODI11c ¬
Mr J S Leach has gone to
sonville where he will spend someweeks some someweeks someweeks
weeks He has the contract for build building buildI building ¬
nice twostory residence resldencein in thatcity that thatcity thatally
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and Alice Owens Mrs MrsRobert Irs IrsRobort
Misses All sses Ella
Mr J JNa JNaR
Mrs Bryson
Robert Kondrick
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oldtime friends and andne4Rbbors andDet andnotSlrbors
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this thisXUM thisa thislast
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concluding their visit there visited visitedanother visitedanother
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and Mrs W Z
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I ING VISITOR VISITORMrs VISITORMrs
Mrs rs Howell Morton Hampton was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the hostess on Friday night at an ex exceediuglv exceedingh exceedingly
ceediuglv pleasant informal party at ather ather ather
her coz ttle home on South Second Secondstreet Seconllstreet Secondstreet
street Mrs Irs Hamptons guests in included included included ¬
cluded over forty of the unmarried set setand setI setand
I and the party was given especially in incompliment inI incompliment
I compliment to Miss Kate McColley ofAtlanta of ofAtlanta ofAtlanta
Atlanta who as the guest of Mrs rs L LF LF LF
F Blalock is receiving many social socialattentions socialattentions socialattentions
attentions during her first visit to our ourlovely ourlovely ourlovely
lovely city cit At Mrs Hamptons par party part party ¬
ty t the honor guest was attractively attractivelygowned attractivehgowned attractivelygowned
gowned in pale pink messaline while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the graceful hostess met her guests guestswearing guestsI guestswearing
wearing a pretty white organdie organdiedress organdiedress organdiedress
I dress Receiving with them was Mr MrHampton MrHampton lr lrI
I Hampton and the married friends of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hostess who were w re present to help helpher helpher
her in the arrangements of her love lovely lovely ¬
ly party were Dr and Mrs Irs Blalock BlalockMrs BlalockIrs BlalockMrs
Mrs Irs Kirkland Mrs Ir Carney and Mrs MrsMinims MrsMimnms lrs lrsMimms
Minims MinimsThe MimmsThe MimnmsThe
The evening with Mrs Hampton Hamptonproved Hamptonproetl Hamptonproved
proved one of notable social charm charmThe charmThe charmThe
The guests were seated at eleven tables ta tables tables ¬
bles arranged in the four downstairs downstairsrooms j jrooms I Irooms
rooms of this pretty little home and amiat andat
at each table was a different game or orcontest orcontest orcontest I
I Isewing
contest such as threading needles needlessewing needlessewing
sewing on buttons putting puzzles to together together together ¬
gether sticking peanuts etc and the theprogressions theprogressions theprogressions
progressions proved very ver spirited and andenjoyable andenjoable andenjoyable
enjoyable No prizes were given but butMiss butUss butMiss
Miss Ida Fort and Mr Frank Harris HarrisJr
Jr progressed oftenest oftenestAt I
At eleven oclock ice cream and andcake andcake andcake +
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cake was served and small dishes of ofcandies ofcandies
candies were on each of the tables tablesduring tablesduring I
during the games Punch was served servedon
on the veranda by b Mrs C X Kirk Kirkland KirkI KirkIland Kirkland
land landThree
Three greatly admired visitors at atthis atthis atthis
this party besides Miss McColley McColleywere McCoUewere
were Miss Rapalje of New Jersey JerseyMiss JerseyMiss JerseyMiss
Miss McGuire of Pennsylvania and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Fort of Tennessee TennesseeAfter TennesseeAfter TennesseeAfter
After the refreshments were serv served served served ¬
ed the guests enjoyed some delight delightful ¬
ful piano music by b Miss Barnett Miss MissMartin MissMartin 1IssMartin
Martin and Mrs Hampton HamptonThose HamptonThose HamptonThose
Those present to meet Miss McColley McCol McColley lcColle ¬
ley le were Misses Frances Anderson AndersonCarrie AndersonCarrie AndersonCarrie
Carrie Williams Annie Atkinson AtkinsonBetty AtkinsonBetty AtkinsonBetty
Betty Wray Vra Mclver Edith McGuire McGuireAnne McGuireAnne lcGuireAnne
Anne Mixson Valeta Potter Loulie LoulieBarnett LoulieBarnett LouiieBarnett
Barnett Grace Hatchell Lucile LucileStandley LucileStandI LucileStandley
Standley StandI e Louise Nixon Caro Liddon LiddonJessilu LiddonJessilu LiddonJessilu
Jessilu Martin Ernestine Brooks BrooksMargaret BrooksMargaret BrooksMargaret
Margaret Walters Bessie MacKay MacKaySarah MacKaySarah lacKa lacKaSarah
Sarah McCreery Susie and Ida Fort FortWinnefred FortVinnefred FortWinnefred
Winnefred Rapalje Lucy Luc Haley Hale and andMessrs andMessrs
Messrs C R Kregor Frank Harris HarrisJr I
Jr L N Green Robert Mathews W WT WT WT
T Wheeler Leon Fishel Heron Todd ToddJ
J H Bell A J Beck E J Crook CrookCharles CrookCharles CrookCharles
Charles Flippin J H Workman J JM JM
M 1 Graham Henry Sistrunk E E ERobinson EI EIRobinson ERobinson
Robinson Howard Walters alters Tim Tom Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson
linson Fred Weihe Charles Pfeiffer Pfeifferand Pfeifferand Pfeifferand
and Dr C C Young of Plant City CityMr Cit Citlr CityMr
Mr lr and Mrs Irs J H Mathews came cameup cameup cameup
up from Candler Saturday With Withthem Withthen yiththem
Baxter and a aparty aparty aparty
them was Mr Ir Harry
ladies ladieswho ladieswho I Iwho
party arty of young men and young
who have been spending the winter winterat
at Candler They The were all the guests guestsof
of Mr and Mrs C H Mathews and andSunday andSundR andSunday
Sunday went down the Silver Springs Springsrun
run on the Merry rerl Widow the launch launchbelonging launchbelonging launchbelonging
belonging to the Messrs lessrs Mathews MathewsThey MathewsThey athewsThe
They The all enjoyed enjo ed a very delight delightful ¬
ful trip as Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Mathews Mathewsguests Mathewsguests Iathewsguests
guests have never before seen beauti beautiful beautiful ¬
ful Silver Springs SpringsMiss SpringsMiss SpringsMiss
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been teaching the public school at atCentral atCentral atCentral
Central for the past two terms has hasclosed hasclosed hasclosed
closed her school and is at home for forthe torthe forthe
the summer holidays holidaysMrs s sMrs
Mrs Jernigan and little baby of ofGeorgia ofGeorgia ofGeorgia
Georgia who are visiting her father fatherMr fatherMr fatherMr
have re returned returned returned ¬
Mr W C Bull in this city
visit to toM toMartel toMartel
turned to Ocala from a short
M Martel artel friends friendsIs
Is it chills or fever reverT RanKs ChillTonic Chill ChillTonic Chilli ChilliTonIc I
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Tonic is guaranteed to cure
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FUNERAL OF MRS L L M RAYSOR RAYSORAll
All that was mortal of Mrs L M MRaysor MRaysor 1 1Rasor
Raysor was laid to o eternal rest in inGreenwood iI iIGreenwood inGreenwood
Greenwood cemetery Friday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonThe noonTbe noonThe
The f fural ieral was from the resi residence residence ¬
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dence auc auf ba h number in attendance attendanceand attendancI
I and the prolusion and abundance of ofi
i flowers sent in by b friends emblems emblemsof
of love and affection spoke eloquent eloquently ¬
ly of the esteem in which she was washeld washeld washeld
held by the people among whom she shelived shelived shelived
lived and who knew something of ofher ofher ofher
her life work workIrs workMrs
Mrs Irs Sara Whitfield Winston sang sangtwo sangtwo sangtwo
two beautiful songs Lead Kindly KindlyUght KindlyLight KindlyLight
Light and Nearer My Iy God to toThee toThee toThee
Thee at the request of the deceased deceasedshe
she having sung Ire same songs so sosweetly sosweetly sosweetly
sweetly and touchingly at the funer funeral ¬
al of Mrs Irs Raysors Ra sors daughter Mrs De DeRuiz DeI DeRuiz
Ruiz a little more than a year ago agoRev agoRev agoRev
I
Rev C C Carroll eloquently and andimpressively andimpressively andimpressively
impressively portrayed porua ed the character characteiof
of the deceased and garnered as in ina ina ina
a bouquet the mist ml st beautiful adjec adjectives adjectives adjectives ¬
tives in praise of her virtues He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that she had been face to face facein facein
in the shadow of leath so often that thatit
it had no terrors for her and she slielwent shewent shewent
went to sleep as sweetly as one ol ofher olher 01her
her babes resting its cheek upon her herbpsom herbQsom herbpsom
bpsom and falling into innocent slum slumber slumber slumber
ber berAs
As we consign the body to the earth earthhe
he said there was a dissolution and anda
a germination the same as when we weplant weI weplant
plant the seed seellit it bursts its bounds boundsand boundsI boundsand
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and springs forth Into new life and andunfolds andI andunfolds
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I unfolds itself more brightly bri htl and morej morejgloriously more moregloriously moregloriousmy
gloriously into the perfect flower fiowerI flowerHe
I He said the deceased had been the thej themother
j mother of fourteen children a aver aver1IOUIH very veryMother
j Mother in Israel and that this told tolda
a story of love and devotion that the thevocabulary theI thevccabulary thevccabular3 I
vocabulary of our language could not notadequately notadequate notadequately
adequately nor or fittingly portray portrayThat portrayThat I IThat
That the parting would only be betemporary betentlmrary I Itemmrary
temporary the paving of the way waymore waymore j I i
more luminous and the meeting moretriuntphmatt more moreitriumphant I ItriumpluHlt
triumphant triumphantRev i iiRe
iRe Rev R H Barnett of the Metho Methodist Methot ¬
dist t church of Ocala and Rev Re N B BPlummer BPlummer BPlummer
Plummer of nthony assisted in the thefuneial thefunemal I Ifun
funeial fun lal services s and Colonel J M MMartin MMartin
Martin 2ll Mr r p D A Miller < Mr Hamp Hampton ¬
ton Chambers Mr lr Townley Porter PorterRev PorterRev PorterRev
Rev N B Plummer and Mr Ir Frank FrankHarris FrankHarris FrankHarris
Harris were the pall bearers bearersWeep b bearersWeep arers arersVeep
Weep not friends death is only onlysleep I Isleep Isleep
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sleep and in the providence of God Goda j ja ja j
a sleep tnat sooner or later will fall fallupon j jupon Iupon j
upon us all and that which is so uni un universal i j jversal J Jversa
versal versa 1 ought not to carry with it any anyterrors an anterrors anyterrors
terrors nor leave behind it any sor sorrows sorrows sorrows ¬
rows rowsIt rowsIt rowsIt
It should be accepted as a part of ofGods ofGods ofGods
Gods infinite plan to people his own ownkingdom ownkingdom ownkingdom
kingdom kingdomThis kingdomThis kingdomThis
This thought should be a comfort comfortand comfortand comfortand
and solace to those who mourn mournIS
IS OCALA TO HAVE AN OPERA OPERAHOUSE OPERAHOUSE OPERAHOUSE
HOUSE HOUSEThat HOUSEThat
I IThat
That Ocala is to have an opera operahouse operahouse I
house is now assuming definite shape shapeThe shapeThe shapeThe
The Masons have had the matter uni unider unIdel un i ider
der consideration for some time and andat andat
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at the last meeting it was agreed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the building should be constructed constructedThe
The building will be a good one and andwill andwill andwill
will be in harmony with our court courthouse courthouse courthouse
house and new government building buildingbecause buildingbecause buildingbecause
because the concensus of opinion is isthat Isthat s sthat
that what is worth doing at all is isworth I i iworth
worth doing well wellTo wellTo wellTo
To pay for its it construction fourj fourjper four fourpel fourper
per cent bonds running for a period periodof
of twenty years will be issued the themost themost themost
most of which will be taken by b the themembers themembers themembers
members and the payment of the thesame I tsame Isame
same will be guaranteed guar nteed by b a inortj inortjgage mort mort1gage j jgage
gage on the building It is believed believedthat beIi believedthat ved vedthat
that if a suitable lot is procured thatj thatjthe that thatthe i ithe
the rentals will be more than suffi sufficient sufficient suffident
cient to pay the Interest insurance insurancerepairs insurancerepairs I
repairs and the final payment of the thebonds thebonds thebonds
bonds bondsIt j IIt
It looks like a good scheme to us usand usand I Iand
and we hope that it will not be allow allowed allowed ¬
ed to dissipate into merely merel hot air airDR airDR I ID
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DR D CHACE RETURNS HOME HOMEAfter j jAfter 1After
After an absence of four and a half halfhonths halfhonths I
honths Dr J E Chace reached home homeStiLday homeSur homeSuralay
StiLday Sur ft The news will be learned learnedwith learnewith learnedwith
with the greatest pleasure because it itmeans itmeans itmeans
means that Mrs Chace who has been beenso
so critically ill for over six months is isvery isyery isvery
very much better and her continued continuedand
and rapid improvement impr vement is now ex expected expectell expected ¬
pected pectedMrs pectellIrs pectedMrs
Mrs Irs Chace who is at Dr Kellys Kellysprivate Kellysprivate Kellysprivate
private sanitarium at Baltimore was wasoperated wasoperated wasoperated
operated on last Sunday for the third thirdtime thirdtime thirdtime
time and since then her condition conditionhas
has been very much better This Thisnews Thisnews Thisnews
news will be not only a great pleasure pleasurebut
but a great relief to Mrs Chaces Chaceshost Chaceshost Chaceshost
host of friends all over the city cityLISTEN cityLISTEN cityLISTEN
LISTEN When you are at home homesend homesend homesend
send us your orders When in town townmake townmake
make his place headquarters Hogans HogansPlace HogansPlace HogansPlace
Place the whiskey man x xi xIt
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THE PREVENTION AND CURE OF OFTUBERCULOSIS OFTUBERCULOSIS OFTUBERCULOSIS
TUBERCULOSIS TUBERCULOSISAll
All over the United States there is isnow isI IsI
I I I now being a war waged against tuber tuberculosis tuberI tuberculosis ¬
I culosis and the conquering of this thisdisease thisI thisdisease
disease is only a matter of time timeYellow timeYelIow timeYellow
I Yellow fever and small pcx PC were wereonce werethe wereonce
once the dreaded scourges but theyare they theyare theyI
I are now almost completely under undercontrol undercontrol undercontrol
control and no longer produce thealarm the thealarm thealarm
alarm that they once did The shot shotgun shotgun shotgun
gun quarantine was once the accom accompaniment accompaniment accompaniment ¬
paniment of one of O these diseases diseasesIII
III the work of stamping out tne theseeds tneseeds tneseeds
j
seeds that breed tuberculosis Prof ProfRoutzahn ProfI ProfRoutzahn
I Routzahn is playing pla ing an important importantpart
part in Florida and is doing heroic heroicmissionary heroici
i missionary work workHe workI
I
He was for several weeks we ks in Jack Jacksonville JacksomiIle Jacksonville ¬
sonville and Penracola and inaugu inaugurated inaugurated inaugurated
rated a movement in those cities for forits forits forits
its extermination and is not omitting omittingto
to visit the smaller cities and in a amore aImore aI
Imore I more limited manner is doing work worklooking worklooldng worklooking
looking toward the same end endProf endProf endProf
Prof Routzahn was in Ocala Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day and carried out the program that thatI
J I was printed in this paper paperAt
1 At 9 oclock he was met at the thei
i Ocala House by a committee of prom promi prominent prominent
i inent citizens and nd was given an auto autoj
j mobile tour over the city cityAt cityI city3t
I At 10 oclock he delivered an ad adI
j I dress before the Womans Club at atthe atI
I the club rooms in the Central NaI Na Najtional National
jtional i I tional bank building which was lis listened lisI usteded ¬
tened to with rapt attention by quite quitea uite uitea
I a gathering of ladies ladi s and gentlemen gentlemenamong gentlemenI gentlemenamong
I among whom were most of the doc doctors doctors doctors
tors ministers and editors of the city cityProf
I I Prof Routzahn was introduced by byMrs
I Mrs Wm Hocker president of the theciub theclub
club ciub who was largely instrumental instrumentallin
lin I in having the gentleman to visit our ourcity ouri ourcity
i city
Prof Routzahn is not what might mightbe
be called an eloquent orator but is isan isan isan
an interesting and fluent talker and andpresented andpresented
presented his views vi ws on this greattonic great greattopic
topic in a clear forceful and lucid lucidmanner lucidmanner lucidmanner
manner He is an enthusiast and has hasno hasno hasno
no trouble to enlist others in the thesplendid thesplendid thesplendid
splendid and philanthropic work that thathe thathe
he has undertaken undertakenConsumption undertakenConsumption undertakenConsumption I
Consumption is the most insidious insidiousof
of our diseases and is carrying off offmore offmore offmore
more victims than any an other disease diseasenow
now known to the world orId and it is isonly isonl isonly
only onl in these later years that it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been discovered to be the work of a agerm agerm
germ which needs only favorable con conIditious conditions conditions
Iditious ditions for its germination Destroy Destroythese Destroythese
these conditions and the germs will willperish willperish willperish
perish for the want of something to tofeed tofeed tofeed
feed upon uponTo uponTo uponTo
To use the words of Prof Rout Routzahn Routzahn Routzahn ¬
zahn it is wholly an unnecessary and andpreventable andpreventable andpreventable
preventable disease and needs only onlyzealous onlyzealous onlyzealous
zealous continuous and cooperative cooperativework
work to stamp it out outThe outThe outThe
The professor said that the wo womens womens womens ¬
mens clubs were a great help to tothose tothose tothose
those who were carrying on the cru crusade crusade crusade ¬
sade against it as are also the thechurches thechurches thechurches
churches schools newspapers and of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course the physicians physiciansIt
It is now no longer regarded as an aninherited aninherited aninherited
inherited disease but as a communi communicatable communieatable communieatable
eatable one and a curable one oneProf oneProto oneProf
Prof Routzahn said that in a con congress congress congress ¬
gress of physicians held In the city cityof
of Washington some time ago whichwas which whicbwas whichwas
was attended by eight hundred doc doctors doctors doctors ¬
tors not one sounded a note ote that it itwas itwas itwas
was not curable but as it is so com comjmunicatable communicatable communicatable
jmunicatable municatable and so liable to make its itsattack itsattack itsattack
attack upon all classes and conditions conditionsthat
that all ought to join in the move movement movement movement
ment to search out its germinating germinatingspots
spots and stamp it from the very face faceJof Laceof ace aceof
Jof of the earth earthProf earthProf earthProf
Prof Routzahn spoke for over half halfjan halfan halfan
jan an hour and after he had ended his hisremarks hisremarks hisremarks
remarks announced that he would be bepleased bepleased bepleased
pleased to answer any questions that thatmight thatmight thatmight
might be asked him himFrom himFrom himFrom
From the Womans Club he went wentto I i
to the Ocala High School and gave a atalk atalk
talk to the teachers and scholars and andat andat andat
at 12 oclock he visited Howard Acad Academy Academy Academy ¬
emy He spoke to the teachers and andscholars andscholars
scholars there and a number of other othercolored othercolored othercolored
colored people who had been invited invitedto
Ito to hear his discussion discu don of this all im important important important
portant subject subjectAt
At 4 1 oclock he lectured at the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court house and at 730 last night nighthe
he held forth at the Orpheum theatre theatreand theatreand theatreand
and made his lecture still more point pointed ¬
ed and interesting by using the ster steroptican steroptican steroptican
optican opticanProf opticanProf opticanProf
Prof Routzahns visit to Ocala we webelieve webelieve webelieve
believe will result in great good and andhas andhas andhas
has awakened our people to a realiza realization realization realizaLion ¬
tion of what is being done to con conquer conquer conquer ¬
quer this disease and how necessary necessaryit
it is to have the hearty cooperation cooperationof
of everybody in the great work workThe workThe workThe
The edict has gone forth that tuber tuberculosis tu tuberculosis er erculosis ¬
culosis must go and to carry out the theedict theedict theedict
edict it is only necessary for every everyone everyone everyone ¬
one to pull together and not tire in inthe Inthe inthe
the work workThe workThe workThe
The National Association for the theStudy theStudy theStudy
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis Tuberculosisis
is the outcome of the desire of prom promti
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I A fEARLESS HONEST PREACHER PREACHERGIVES
GIVES HIS OPINION OF PERUNA PERUNA1J
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An UptoDate Clergyman GI rgyman Describes Describesan It Ita
an a UptoDate Hou Itouaeheld sliold Remedy Remedythat Remedythat I r rthat
that Has as Had the Test of ofTime ofTime I ITime
Time and Is Known the theWorld theWorld
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Some preachers are afraid to give givean gi e ean
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an outspoken opinion on any remedy remedyhowever remedyhowever c chowever I
however highly they tl y may esteem it itOthers itOthers 7 1 1Others
Others are not afraid sfrairiOne nfrnidOne f r I i iOne
One of those who w 110 is not afraid is isquoted isquoted 4 v vquoted
quoted below Read what he says saysHe saysTIe saysHe
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doubt it write him himt a letter enclosing enclosinga
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I ftevCjTPeeter ftevCjTPeeterCatarrh e ee er erCatarrh J JCatarrh
Catarrh of Stomach StomachREV StomachREV StomachR
EV J T PEELER Hendcsonville HendcsonvilleS
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I desire to make known for the berfefltof berfe berfefitof beIfefttof
fitof suffering humanity my experience experiencewith xperiencewith
with Peruna PerunaI I
I was afflicted with catarrh of the thestomach thestomach thestomach
stomach and though thou h I tried many rem remedies remedies remedies ¬
edies and applied to several doctors it itwas itwa itwas
was all in vain vainHad vainHad vainHad
Had it not been for Peruna I believe believeI
I would have been in my grave today todayI
I have every reason to believe that thatPeruna thatPeruna thatPeruna
Peruna is the greatest great Bt remedy for ca catarrh catarrh catarrh ¬
tarrh known to tho world Therefore ThereforeI I II
I have ha e been and shall continue to rec recommend recommend ¬
ommend it to tho those = e who are unwell unwellr
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inent physicians and laymen through throughout ¬
out the country to unite in a general generaland
and systematic campaign both popu popular popular popular ¬
lar and scientific in character against againstthis againstI againstthis
this disease diseaseThe diseaseThe diseaseThe
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The all Florida campaign is being beingconducted beingconduCted beingconducted
conducted very vigorously all over the thestate thestate thestate
state At the afternoon meeting here herethe herethe herethe
the audience who heard Prof Rout Routzahns Routzahns Routzahns
zahns lecture was very large and also alsoa
a big crowd was present at the Or Orpheum Orpheum Orpheum
pheum at night to hear him and wit witness witness witness ¬
ness the stereopticon views on this thissubject thissubject thissubject
subject subjectWe
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We hope that the seeds planted by byProf byProf I
Prof Routzahn will be productive of ofmuch ofmuch I Imuch
much good goodSCHOOL goodSCHOOL goodSCHOOL
SCHOOL TEACHERS ENJOY PIC PICNIC PICNIC PIGNIC ¬
NIC NICThe NICThe NICThe
The teachers of the high school and andof andof andof
of the primary school had their an annual annual annual ¬
nual allday allda picnic to Silver Springs Springson
on Saturday All of the teachers teacherswith teacherswith teacherswith
with but three exceptions went out outto outto outto
to the springs early in the morning morningin
in a large wagon and spent the entire entireday entireda entireday
day da on the river and picnicking in inthe inthe inthe
the woods They went down the run runas runas runas
as far as Connor which is one of the themost themost themost
most popular landing points for pic picnic picnic picnic ¬
nic parties and had their lunch in inthe inthe inthe
the pretty woods there They also alsopaid alsopaid alsopaid
paid a visit to Mr Ir P T Randalls or orange orange orange ¬
ange grove and other attractive spots spotsThe spotsThe spotsThe
The weather was perfect for a day dayin dayin dayin
in the woods and the fates were cer certainly certainl certainly ¬
tainly tainl good to the teachers in keep keeping keepIng keeping ¬
ing such delightful weather in re reserve reserefor reserve ¬
serve serefor for their picnic picnicThose picnicThose
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Those who composed this picnic picniccrowd picniccrowd picniccrowd
crowd were the following Mr Ir J H HWorkman HVorkman HWorkman
Workman Mr Ir W V D Carn Misses MissesSarah MissesSarah IissesSarah
Sarah McCreery Lucy Haley Susie Susieand Susieand Susieand
and Ida Fort Ella Mendenhall EttIeCain Ettie EttieCarn EttieCarn
Carn May Turnley Nellie Stevens StevensMary SteyensIar StevensMary
Mary Iar Gates and Georgia Borger BorgerHon BorgerHon BorgerHon
Hon N A Blitch member of the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad commission was iir the city citySaturday cil cilSaturday citySaturday
Saturday While here he was the theguest theguest theguest
guest of his brother Dr S H Blitch BlitchMr BlitchMr ButchMr
Mr Butch says things at the capital capitalare
are moving along smoothly under the thenew thenew thenew
new administration administrationLOST administrationLOSTOn administrationLOSTOn
LOST LOSTOn On Sunday March 7th from frommy frommy frommy
my place at Martin a setter gyp gypabout gypabout gypabout
about one year old head half white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and half black body nearly white whiteInformation whiteInformation whiteInformation
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My wife has been in a v very ry had tato w4a4eof tatoof
of health for several yeari vear aiui Motif
ing seemed to do her any aR good ecttI v xUthe xUthebegan tll tItta tIttabegan l o obegan
began to use Poruna one Kath xts + tth a aSince aaiaSince tucn tucnSince
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her face and she id fcantp alfttl p pevery t Ia IUH IUHevery
every day and I bolleve she lte to a well wvllwoman w1woman wellwoman
woman todayMy today todayMy todBYu
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and had but little Ufo He kva bas1o to aoPerona > M MPeruna e ePeruna
Peruna the > day hki mother bens To Today Tod3Y 7aday ¬
day his face in rosy ro Y allte anal H hw fe Myard seat ON IB I tb tbyard he heyard
yard running and Iun uimp plmtg g wHfc w + 1tt ta tarest lfc lfcrest urost
rest of the children childrenThroat child childrenThroat run runThroat I
Throat Trouble TroubleRev TroubleRev TroubleRev
Rev H W V Tat > Ml Ltseh Lt LH B ATS ATSWalnut A11tYalnut ArAWalnut
Walnut Hills Cincinnati 0 Okto Oldethat hto write writethat rrrttet
that for several se eral yours h he ha has bees kowbled troub troubled w wlcd ¬
led with a peculiar paMw spas aodls > dl dlof d dof agsMon agsMonof
of the throat which interfered fntorr8rltIvocation with withvocation hta htavocation
vocation as a preacher H Fie teok teokna t k Pru Pruna 1vrwna
na and his trouble disappeared
AN APPROACHING WEDDING WEDDINGNews WEDDINGews WEDDINGNews
News ews has been received km eN e + of ofthe efthe ofthe
the approaching wedding weddingBennett eddIRf et t yin yinBennett > n nBennett
Bennett T Mayo and Mr Ir Uitrae Uitraeformerly U 11formerly feB a aformerly
formerly living in Jacksonville Jacksonvilleare J OOkSOR vin Gad Gadare ad adare
are exceedingly etcf edingly well known here herecially M Mcia1Iy s sdaily
daily and have countltK8 count fri Irl4t Irl4tthis frlaitt < B4tf ta tathis a athis
this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The wedding will take pkioo pia piaApril MI MIApril s sApril
April 7th at Quincy whlob hi tae thoborne taeme thehome
borne me of Mrs Mayos mother Mrs Davidson Da Davidson Davidson ¬
vidson Stockton and where Mr MrHolmes MtHolmes tit titHolmes
Holmes has been interested IB a abacco i ibacco to tobacco ¬
bacco plantation since he left Jaok Jaoksonville JaGkson JaoksonvilleJacksonvllle
sonvilleJacksonvllle sonville son v ill eJ Jacksonville ackson v 1e 11 Metropolis MetropolisThe totropot totropotThe
The above announcement will w fee feeread Hread beread
read with particular Interest k IiMrs here hereMrs ro roMrs
Mrs Mayo is the widow of tae tJaeBennett late lateBennett kZeBennett
Bennett T Mayo whose boyhood was w wspent wasspent waaspent
spent in this city and Dd whose whOtteall faiatty faiattyall
all reside here Mrs Irs Mayo SB fcara fcaraingly ttarwIngly rU8I rU8Iingl
ingly attractive and has many Oak OcatMfriends Oc Oakfriends Ja Jafriends
friends and acquaiattkneva Rcqualllta t ting nt4 4wr 4wring ilnring ¬
ing her frequent vhilts to t Mr r rrelatives Ma tali ft ftrelatives srelatives
relatives here Both xke a4 Mr MrHolmes XrHolmes fr frHolmes
Holmes are members ttf f tw twe twf et etsonvilles Jack JIwsonvilles Jacksonvilles ¬
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DEATH OF MR C W CHAISE CHAfiCInformation CHAISEInformation GHAwEInformation
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ton PhovphaU Pho + tpkaty CMBHRBUT C Mr Mrwas r C11r C11rwas c cwas
was largely Jnrbelrfs ewga engaged sI ta taprises liver t r rprises
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the organizatHM of a eerip e apa y tor I Imnaufacture tw twmnaufactur th thmnaufacture
mnaufacture of paper paperber trua piM m U Uber tIber
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capitalized at two twoThe twoThe stiia stiiaThe
The announce announceot eat of t Mr MIdeath Q GHUB GHUBdeath utu mt mtdeath
death was received with withrow WNIItrow MKAMtI top toprow
row In this city cityOFF cityOFF cityOFF
OFF FOR SOUTH CAROLINA CAROLINAMr
Mr lr and Mrs Jako BTVWB Dr MIl MIlthe le M oathe Mthe
the Atlantic Coast Us lJ Sst Svtimhir SvtimhirSumter S tIN tINSumter MumSumter
Sumter S C Mr lr Browns DroW ekt M MHe II IIHe ke keHe
He has not been back the In Inteen IIIteen svs svsteen
teen years and te afitlotpfcttBK aDU 1C a atime tee taetime teetime
time in meeting old friend aad u4Ing Y Ying r MMi MMiIng
ing the scenes of his obfldaeed ollhl e4 Mr Mrand Mrand lr lrand
and Mrs Brown will be gone far sev sevoral 4T 4Tera ToO ToOera
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