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FLORIDA CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ENDEAVORNEWS ENDEAVORHEWS OR ORNEW
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were two twoeIKil twoep j
eIKil ep articles art1ci in the Ocala Banner
for Jiarch 12tbWi1i itk itkWa
11 Wa the t e temperance subject made
Uterestlng and profitable in yourprzyer your yourKayer yourinTer
inTer jaeetlng on March 14th 14thWe 14thWe 14thWe
We regret having made an error errortast crrorMt < rrorJut
Jut week ee in saying Ing the reduction of ofrJlroad ofra11rod ofraUroM
rJlroad rates for our Tampa con rnn ¬
TMUon would be one way plus 50 50cents 50cents
cents It shouI have read one and andernehalf andODebaIr andonehalf I
ernehalf fare plus 50 cents that is isfull Istun Isfull
full fare going and onehalf plus 50 50cents 50conts 50cents
cents returning home homeRecently homeRcoonUy homeReoonUy
Recently the district secretaries secretarieswore
wore requested to give their views as asto asto
to nej needed progress in endeavoring by byEndoavorora b bEndoaorors i iEndeavorer 1
Endoavorora Prom Miss Emma Y YHughos YIlughos YIlughog
Hughos of North Central District the thetroll thewol1 thewell
troll known exstate officer came this thisroply tbisTOp1 thisTOP1y
roply I do not know anything that thatI
I would rather boo oe done by our socie societies socieU08 societIes ¬
ties or by b individuals than a deepen deepening deepenIng deepeni ¬
ing i of the spiritual life Oh that
1909 might witness a mighty revival revivalNot revivalNot revivalNot
Not among atD ng outsMos only but that the theprofaning thepror6BltIng theProfnslng
profaning Christians might be hr spirit
filled might know knowCliiit what it is to have haveII I IObrlat
ChrU all and In all This would wouldI wouldQIte wouldOaW
II I caw + e uur present difficulties to vanlh van vanl an anIsh
l istO Ish We 8 agree with Miss Hugbes in inboM InbGMflriaJ inboMiig
boM bGMflriaJ ring tkat mote mo e religion is what whatvfQ whatWCP whatWe
vfQ need te4 to make our state and dis district distrI distr1 ¬
trict trI < < natom wl4ft + go forward fG and it has hasseemed hascom haseoio4
seemed com te u us that the What hat Would WouldJe WouldJos ould ouldJ8Mt6
Je J8Mt6 ue De D raoYom nrnvumnt > Yoment nU with its i it rccon rcconS recont4ort1 rcconfKoratSn
fKoratSn S t4ort1 a March 21 21st 1 t could solve solvetne solveUt
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THE HICKSON HICKSONFEASTER F EASTER WED WEDDING WEDDING WEDDING
DING AT MICANOPY MICANOPYNature MICANOPYNature I II INature I
Nature and art combined their theirstrength 1 1strength
strength in making most beautiful the thenoonday theI thenoonday thenoonday I
noonday wedding of Mrs Sue Dillard DillardFeaster Di11ardFeaster DillardFeaster
Feaster of Micanopy and Mr EthanAllen Ethan EthanAllen EtbanHickson
Allen Hickson of Lake City on March March18th March18th March18th
18th inst As seen from the view viewpoint viewpoint viewpoint ¬
point of a visitor tOO smiles of heav heaven ¬
en indeed rested on this holy union unionThe unionI unionThe
The day was a perfect one as we werode werode werode
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rode into the quaint little town of
Micanopy The air was truly laden ladenwith ladenwith I Iwith I
with the perfume of natural orange orangeblossoms orangeblossoms orangeblossoms
blossoms and on every hand beauti beautifully beautiful1y beautifully ¬
fully dressed women and handsome handsomemen
men could be seen There seemed to tobe tobe tobe I
be a general stir and bustle every everywhere everyWhere everywhere ¬
where which set to ringing in our ourears ournrs ourears
ears the merry tinkle of wedding weddingbells weddingI weddinglwlls
I bells After a hasty hast preparation at atthe atthe I II
I the hotel we joined the gay crowds crowdswhich crowdswhich crowdswhich
which were fast gathering at the el elegant elegant ciegant ¬
egant home of Mrs Feaster FeasterAt
At the door we were met by a dain dainty daint dam damty ¬
ty t little maid a cousin of the groom groomCatharine groomCatharine groomCatharine
Catharine Annette Johnson dressed dressedin
in white messaline satin The he first firstthings firstthings firstthings
things that met our eye on entering enteringwere
were the elaborate decorations every ¬
where The stair railing was covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with garlands of evergreen and on onthe onthe onthe
the piano which had been moved into intothe intothe intothe
the haIl were great masses of cut cutflowers cutflowers cutflowers
flowers The parlor was simply and andtastefully andtastefully andtastefully
tastefully decorated in white and andgreen andgreen andgreen
green A large bay ba window opposite oppositethe
the door was as made into an altar most mostbeautiful mostbeautiful mostbeautiful
beautiful with elegant palms frns frnsand flrnsand ftrnsand
and smilax brilliantly lighted with withcandles withcandles withcandles
candles Festoons of tulle and smilax smilaxgave smilaxgave smilaxgave
gave a charming grace to this floral floralaltar foralI floralaltar
I altar On the th mantel a bank of
white roses and smilax was also gilt glittering gilttering ¬
tering with soft candle light lightJust lightJust lightJust
Just at high noon Mrs James B Si Simonton Simonton Simouton
monton began playing Mendelssohns Mendelssohnswedding Mendelssohnswedding lendelssohnswedding
wedding march and from the stair stairway stairwa stairway ¬
little niece nieceand nieceand nieceand
way wa descended together r a
and nephew of the bride Sue Feaster FeasterMoore FeasterIoore FeasterMoore
Moore and Bernice Feaster looking lookinglike lookinglike
like they had come from fairy fair land landdressed landdressed landdressed
dressed in all white and carrying each eachtne eachtne I Itne
tne end of a white ribbon which whichformed whichformed 1 1Cormed
formed the bridal pathway Down Downthis Downthis Downthis
this aisle first came the minister ministerRev ministerRev ministerRev
Rev Mr Ir Thrasher of the Baptist Baptistchurch Baptistchurch Baptistchurch
church in Micanopy Mrs Feasters Feasterspastor Feasterspastor Feasterspastor
pastor who took his stand in the cen center center center ¬
ter First of the bridal party was wasMiss wastiss wasMiss
Miss Lucile Moore of Ocala niece of
the bride beautifully dressed in white whitemessaline whitem05snline whitemossaline
messaline satin with pearl passa passaminterie passan1interie passaninter1e
minterie and chiffon trimmings car carrying carr carrying ¬
ferns Follow Following FoIlowiug Following ¬
rying r ing white lilies and
ing her was another niece Miss Lu Lucye Luce Lueye
eye Hagood Ford of Lynchburg Va Vawho Vawho Vawho
who was exquisite in a beautiful soft softshade softshatte softshade
shade of light green messaline satin
with silver sequin and chiffon cmnonmlngs tI1m tI1mmlngs trLmmings
mlngs In her arms she carried a alarge alarge alarge
large bouquet of ferns and orange orangeblossoms orangeblossoms orangeblossoms
blossoms These two young brides bridesmaids bridesmaids ¬
maids took their stand one on either eitherside eithersitle eitherside
side of the th altar altarImmediately altarImmedlatelj altarImmediately
Immediately after them came the thegroom thegroom thegroom
groom and his best man Mr Allen AllenBridges AIIennrids AllenBridges
Bridges nrids s of Ocala Then came the thecharming thecharmlnb thecharmIng
charming matron of honor Mrs Allen AllenUridges AllenUridgtS Allenlrldges
Uridges who looked lovely lovel in her herwedding herI herweWIng
wedding dress a lace robe over ivory ivorysatin ivorytift ivorystht
I satin tift carrying carr ing pink carnations and andferns andf andferns
ferns f rns
Jwst one on year eaf ago Mr and Mrs lrs Al Allen AII AIIktt Allea ¬
len Bridges Brkl es were ere married in Lynch Lynchbttrg lynchIba Lynchberg
berg ba Va and Mrs Feaster FeA er was ma matron IDDtron matrost ¬
tron oC 0 honor and on this their anni anniversary < illniYfniaQO imni imnivetsary ¬
versary they the were ere again at the altar altarMr altarM altarMrs
Mr M Bridges took her stand by b her hersister herIst hersister
sister Ist r leaving It > a space by the side of ofthe of11a ofte
the 11a groom rooll for tbe bride brideAll brideAll brideAlt
All who know Mrs Feaster admire admireher admiretor
her for her er handsome appearance and andgnkceful andraceCl
gnkceful 8 tCehtl carriage but never had she shelooked sheloc sheleokeL
looked loc kecl ao elegant as when she came cameIn CRmelit cametat
In ttd d took her place at the altar
j Her H r gown on was as of chiffon broadcloth broadclothI broadclothaflorinade
tailormade of a ilark wisteria lsteri color colorwith colorwlta colorwhk
I with shoes a ecs goES and hat to match nmtchShe matchm
She m carried on her arm rnt HH immense immensebouquet innuenbouq inintensebiiqu
bouquet bouq t of brides bri roses and ferns fernsImmediately fernslII1td fernslasmedlatcb
Immediately lII1td I after t r the ceremony ceremonyand ceremOllaD4
and 041 congratulations the guests were wereinvited wereiited ere I
invited Into an adjoining room by byMr b byMrL
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Mr I H I Montgomery l0I1 and Mrs J Jkl JI JII 1 1H
I H Allison IUD This room glowing in invllou blI Inytllow
I vllou lku and green was especially at att attrattin CLrhvt
t nirtivr the window 11MIo and candle caudleshades ca candleshades dle dlek
shades k reflecting re feting a beautiful light in inthe indarktl1ed intb4
the darkened room The punch bowl bowlwms bowlwaa bowlS
wms S also decorated t with yellow ye lo and andgrnen andreen andzT1t
grnen reen beautiful utirul yellow y Uow roses ro es satin
ribbon rt tulle and ttnilax nax The deli deliriovs delicioga
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riovs dCMIBtrult fruit punch was served sern by Mrs MrsW Mrsw Ins InsJohul5On
W C Johnson and Mrs H C Craw Crawford Crawford
ford fn Mrs > > 18 X B Mott ott and Mrs Otis OtisFeaster OtisFeaat OtisPeastir
Feaster Feaat r invited the guests gt Mts from this thisroom tbisroom thisroom
room to the th dining room where a arahMMitUl asabtitantlal i itlal
rahMMitUl tlal menu of chicken salad saladsandwiches salada4wkbt6 saladaendwIche
sandwiches a4wkbt6 olives oUv pickles celery celerycoffee celerctP celeryteife
coffee ctP etc t was as served servedThis servedThif
This room was thought thou t by many to tobe tobta tohi
be the moat mo t beautiful i iu pink green greenMM greena14
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MM IUId whHe bltt Seven young ladies in inpretty inftty inI1etty
pretty ftty pink silk dresses bright hap happy happ7 ¬
py faces ta NC and cordial manners served servedThey servedlhey I ITIM
They TIM were ere Misses Rhoda Liddon Liddonj LAddonIrest I i
Irene McCreary Lola Maude Smith SmithI SmithIary I
Mary lar Thrasher Kitty Kitt Carlton Eilza Eilzab Eilzabttk i I I
1 I b btU ta Mathews and Bell Chitty Ch4ttyThe I
The brides table in the center was wasmost wasmost I Imost
most interesting From each corner cornerpink corner1111k I Ipink
pink ribbon and nd tulle reached to the thechandelier theohantleUcr thechandelier
chandelier and in the center of the thetable thetable 1 1table
table a large cut glass vase held a amagnificent amagnificent amagnificent
magnificent bunch of o pink brides ro roses roses roses ¬
ses Pinkshaded candles and cut cutglass cutslass cutglass
glass dishes of pink and white mints
also decorated the table and it was waslighted waslighted
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lighted by a beautiful chandelabrawhich chandelabra chandelabrai
which was first used on Mrs Feastersmothers Feasters Feastersj I II
I I i j mothers wedding weddi g table ble An Interesting interestj interestjing interest I Ii
i ing feature of the refreshments was alarge a alarge aI I
large brides cake presided over by byMrs byMrs byMrs I
I of Jacksonville JacksonvilleThe
Mrs F J Hogood I
I The cake was cut and each younglady young younglady youngI
I lady and gentleman given a sliceMiss slice sliceI I
I I Miss Irene McCreary drew the ring ringland ringI ringand
and I Miss Lucile Moore the money moneyand moneyI moneyand
I and we fear it will always remain asecret a asecret asecret
secret who drew the needle as noI no noone nolone
lone one would acknowledge it so we sup ¬
pose it was a gentleman as it is only onlya I Ia
a lady who cannot keep a secretThen secret secretThen secretThien
Then as a souvenir each guest was wasgiven wasghen wasgiven
given a slice of the brides cakewrapped cake cakewrapped cakeWrapped
wrapped in a neat package to dream dreamon
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onThe on The presents were both numerous numerousand numerousand
and handsome thus attesting the popularity pop popularity pop111arit ¬
ularity 111arit of both bride and groom groomAt
At 145 Mr and Mrs Hickson left lefton lefton lefton
on the northbound train accompan accompanied ¬
ied by a host of friends to see themoff them tfiemoff tl em emoff
off While on their wedding tour theywill they theywill thejwill
will visit all of the places of interest intereston
on the east coast including St Au Augustine Augustine Augustine ¬
gustine Daytona Palm Beach andMiami and andMiami andliami
Miami and will reach their home in inLake inLnke inLake
Lake City Cit in about two weeks whereMr where whereMr whereMr
Mr Hickson is a prominent citizen in incity incitj incity
city and church government and mosthighly most mosthighly mosthighlj
highly esteemed wherever he isknown is isknown isImown
known
Among the out of town guests wereMr were wereMr wereMr
Mr and Mrs F J Hagood of Jacksonville Jack Jacksonville Jacksonville ¬
sonville Mr and Mrs James L Fordand Ford Fordand Fordand
and Miss Lucye Hagood Ford ofLynchburg of ofLynchburg ofLynchburg
Lynchburg Va Mrs Molly Starr ofSeattle of ofSeattle ofSeattle
Seattle Washington Mr and Mrs T TM TM
M 1 Moore and daughters Misses Lucite Lu Lucile Lucile ¬
cile and Sue Feaster Moore Mr andMrs and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Allen Bridges Mrs Irs T E Bridg ¬
es and son Leroy Brodges and Miss MissMargaret llisslargaret MissMargaret
Margaret Peace of Ocala Mr lr SamLamb Sam SamLamb SamLamb
Lamb of Lake City Mr Ir and Mrs Mc McAlister lIcAlister McAlister
Alister 0 or Irvine andEloise and Eloise Price ofMcintosh of ofMclntosh ofMcIntosh
McIntosh
SILENT SPEECHESDuring SPEECHES SPEECHESDuring SPEECHESDuring
During the closing hours of the re recent recent ¬ I
cent session of congress the members membersvoted membersvoted membersvoted
voted themselves leave to print forfive for forfive forfive
five days after the adjournment adjournmentThat
That means they gave themselves the theprivilege theprivilege theprIvilege
privilege of inserting in the Congressional Congres Congressional Congressional ¬
sional Record speeches that were nev never never never ¬
er delivered But as they show up upin upin upin
in the Record they have every ever ap ¬
pearance of being bona fide speech speeches ¬
es that th t may have been delivered with withall withall withall
all the force and dignity of a Calhoun Calhounthe
the eloquence of a Webster or thefire the thefire thefire
fire of a Patrick Henry John SharpWilliams Sharp SharpWilliams SharpYilliams
Williams the democratic leader leadermade leadermade leadermade
made a spirited fight against theleave the theleave theIeaye
leave to print resolution but liewas be bewas hewas
was defeated as lie doubtless knew knewhe knewhe knewhe
he would be The house followed theprecedent the theprecedent theprecedent
precedent set years ears ago and which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been adhered to ever since forthe for forthe forthe
the purpose of providing the members memberswith memberswith memberswith
with campaign documents at public publicexpense publicexpense publicexpense
expense and having Cons ons of them delivered de delivered delivered ¬
livered through the mails at public publicexpense publicexpense publicexpense
expense expenseThe expenseThe expenseThe
The silent speeches that appear appearin
in the Record masquerading as asspeeches asspeeches asspeeches
speeches actually actual1 delivered even todate to todate todate
date lines and interpolated h applause applauseare
are placed there for campaign pur ¬
poses The leave to print enables enablesthe enablesthe I Ithe
the congressman to get his campaign campaignmaterial campaignmaterial I Imaterial
material into shape and printed inthe in inthe inthe
the official record without cost tohimself to tohimself tohimself
himself but at the heavy expense of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the public printing office which whichmeans whicbmeans whichmeans
means at public expenes The speech speechthus speechthus speechthus
thus becomes a vub lub doc and andt andtsuch as assuch assuch
such is admitted to the mails freeunder free freeunder I Iunder
under the postal rank with whicb whicbcongress whicbcongress whichcongress
congress has provided all of its mem members memobers members ¬
bers The member thus saves the thecost thecost thecost
cost of printing and postage and at atI atthe atthe
I the same time is able to < show his hise
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constituents by the indubitable proof proofof j jof jof II
of tl the official records that he has been beendoing beeul beeuldoing beendoing
doing something in Washington towatrant to towairant I Iwalnut I
walnut them in giving him another anotherelection anotherelecLion i iI I
election electionThere elecLionThere I IThere
I There isnt a member of ekhar ekharbranch eithatI eithcrbranch
I branch of congress but would resent resentbitterly retrentI resentbitterly
bitterly being called a grafter but butif buttf
I if this leave to print isnt graft graftthen grafti graftthen
i then we fail to comprehend the mean meaning meanI mean11kg ¬
I ing of the word It is on a footingwith footing footingiwith footingwith
iwith with the free penknives and gold goldi goldpens goldpens
i I pens the free postage the free seeds seedsthe seedsi seedsthe
i the excessive mileage mUeageaud and 6Uter per perjquisites perI perqutsites
jquisites I quisites that the congressmen have
voted to themselves in addition to totheir t ttheir I Itheir
their 7500 a year salary for eight ighi ighimonths j jmouths I Imoutbs
mouths alleged work and their I
1500 a year ear allowance for clerk hire hirewhich hirewhich hirwhich
which not infrequently finds its way wayinto wa wainto ay i iinto
into the t family pocket pocketSayannah pocketSavannaiNews Savannah SavannahNews I
News NewsTHE XesTHE NewsTHE
THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM DOOMwas
was seen in the red face hands an anbody and andbody andbody
body of the little son of H M Adams Adamsof
of Henrietta Pa His awful plight plightfrom plightfrom plightfrom
from eczema had in five fi ye years ears defiedall defied defiedall
all remedies and baffled the best doc doetors doctors doctors ¬
tors who said the poisoned blood hadaffected had hadaffected
affected his lungs and nothing could couldsave couldsave
save him But writes his mother motheri motherseven
seven bottles of Electric Bitters Bitterscompletely BittersI Bitterscompletely
completely cured him For eruptions erup eruptions crupI ¬
tions eczema salt rheum sores andall and andall andall
all blood disorders and rheumatism rheumatismElectric rheumatismElectric rheumatismElectric
Electric Bitters is upreme Only 50c 50cGuaranteed 50cGuaranteed 50cGuaranteed
Guaranteed by Tydlngs Co m mA illA inA
A merry heart is a great microbe microbekiller microbekiller microbekiller
killer killerA
A painted fire will not keep the theroom theroom theroom
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ALL EYES TURNED TOWARD THE THESOUTH THESO THES THESOUTH
SOUTH SOUTHHorace SO SOUTHHorace UTH UTHHorace
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Horace Greeley the great editor editorand editorand editorand
and philosopher of a generation ago agohad agoI agohad
had one standing advice to offer to toall toI toall
all who asked it concerning the most mostpromising mostI mostpromising
for investment or orthe orthe orthe
I promising field
the most desirable location for any anyone anyone anyone
one who sought a change that prom promised promised promIsed ¬
opportunities for advancement ad advancement advancement ¬
ised the best
vancement and businss success It Itwas Itwns Itwas
was Go west young YO 1 g man go west
The wisdom of this advice has beenabundantly been beenabundantly I Iabundant1
abundantly justified by the results resultsAt
At that time the west was booming boomingFarm boomingFarm boomingFarm
Home Homesteads Homesteads Homesteads ¬
Farm lands were taken up
steads were located Railroads were werebuilt werebuilt
it itby itb itby
almost as
built Cities sprung up
ofthat of ofthat ofthat
by b magic The natural resources
that section were exploited and stateafter state stateafter stateafter
after state was carved out of the thewilderness thewilderness thewilderness
wilderness The foundations for substantial sub substantial substantial ¬
stantial fortunes were ere laid and many manyof
of those who took Horace Greeleysadvice Greeleys Greeleysadvice Greeleysadyice
ofthat of ofthat ofthat
advice are now the men of wealth
that section sectionWere sectionVere sectionWere
Were Horace Greeley living today todayhe todayhe
he would change his advice to Gosouth Go Gosouth Gosouth
I south Hor Horace Horace Horace ¬
south young man go i
wise He Hewould j jwould I Iould
man
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ace Greeley was
would see that that the west is practically practicallyclosed practicallyclosed I Iclosed I
enterprise All ks itslands kslands ts tslands
closed to new
lands have been aken up All her herresources herresources herresources
resources are being developed There Thereare
are no specially inviting opportuni opportunitis
tis greater than are to be found else elsewhere Elsewhere lse lsewhere ¬
where It is the south which offersthese offers offersthese offersthese
these now It is in the south where wherelands wherelands wherelands
lands invite the tiller where thenatural the thenatural thenatural
natural resources are just beginning beginningto
to be developed where towns are aregrowing aregrowing aregrowing
growing and where the door of opIortunity op opportunity opI ¬
I portunity stands widest idest opeil to men
of enterprise It is the south whichpresents which whichpresents whichpresents
presents today the most inviting field fieldfor fieldfor fieldfor
for settlement or investment investmentThe
The people of other sections arebeginning are arebeginning arebeginning
beginning to see his Their looksare looks looksare lookfare
are turning southward They are arecommenting arecommenting arecommenting
commenting upon what they see and andall andall andall
all this will be followed oy amovement a amovement amovement
movement southward as the same samediscovery samediscovery sameliscovery
discovery in regard to the west led ledto ledI ledto
to a movement westward a half cen century century century ¬
I tury ago agoSays agoSas agoSays
Says the Cincinnati Enquirer on onthis onthis onthis
this subject hIt It must be most grati gratifying gratiI gratifying ¬
fying f ing to the tl1 inhabitants of the south southern southern southem ¬
I ern em states to observe the prosperity prosperityprevailing prosperityI prosperityprevailing
I prevailing in their section and to note
the change in the opinion of the very verybrightest ver verbrightest verybrightest
brightest business men of the coun country countr country ¬
try tr relative to their futureFor future futureFor futureFor
For fully full thirtyfive years north
ern sentiment gave no credit tosouthern to tosouthern I Isouthern
southern thrift energy eD rg or progress progressSwept progressSwept progressSwept
Swept by b the devastations of thecivil the thecivil theciyil
civil war the southern pjople strug struggled struggled struggled ¬
gled bravely against appalling odds oddsafter oddsafter oddsafter
after the contest and have at last lastby lastby lastby
by their persistency won out and today to today today ¬
day man for man are as well pro provided provided provided ¬
vided with the necessities and com comforts comforts cornforts ¬
forts of human existence as the peo people people peopie ¬
ple of any district region or section sectionof
of the world worldAbove worldAbove worldAbove
Above and beyond that fact themen the themen themen
men of the greatest experience and andof andof andof
of the utmost keenness in affairs see seea
a future for the south that is most mostglorious mostglorious mostglorious
glorious and the manufacturers thebankers the thebankers theI
I bankers the financiers and the men
at t the head of the great transporta transportation ¬
tion lines are flocking to the south southjnot southnot southnot
jnot not for simple inspection but with withthe wiothUle withthe
the purpose and determination to invest in invest invest ¬
vest and add to the rising tide of ofsouthern ofsouthern ofsouthern
southern improvement and growth growthThey growthThe growthThey
They The find climate soil and people peoplecombined peoplecombined peoplecombined
combined to produce wonderful re results results resuits ¬
sults and the money makers of the thenext thenext thenext
next twentyfive years will be large largely ¬
ly I the products of the south southIt
It is no longer the poor south southIt
It is the welltodo south the rich richj richsouth
j I south and soon in all the states it
will be the wealthy south southThousands southThousands southThousands
Thousands of northern farmers farmersare uitrinertare
are now no moving to the fertile fields fieldsof fie1dof
of the th south southAugusta Augusta Herald HeraldDEATH HeraldDEATH IleraldDEATH
DEATH OF AN EDITORS WIFE WIFEThe WIFEI WIFEThe
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The DeFuuiak Breeze of March l lcomes 17 17comes 17comes
comes to us clad in mourning The Theeditorial Thteditorial Ibeeditorial
editorial column is blank except e cept in inthe inI hthe
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I In Memoriam MemoriamMAGGIE MeinortamMAGGiE emoriami
i MAGGIE L L STORKS 5TORRSBorn STORKSBorn STORRSBorn
Born February 20 1S69 1S69Died 1869Died
Died March 15 1909 1909I
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i In the local columns Editor Storrpays Storrs Storrspays Sto1rsI
I pays the following beautiful tribute tributeto trlbutto
to the memory of his wife wifeMrs wifeMIS wifeMrs
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Mrs Storrs was a wife and an motherj mother
j I in every meaning that those words wordsconvey worthconvey
I I convey She cared for nothing in this thislife thislife
life save her home and her husband husbandand husbandand
and her children and for them no nosacrifice nosacrifice nosacrifice
sacrifice was too great It was to toj toher
j her inspiration that I owe everything everythingi everyth llg llgo
i No o matter how dark the cloud might mightbe
be to her there was always a silver silverlining sHyerlining silverlining
I lining and the darker the cloud the thebrighter thebrighter thebrighter
brighter was the reflection of thatlining that thatj thatllilling
j lining in her face and smile for me mej meShe
j She passed away in the faith inwhich in inwhich inwhich
which she lived her > r last words being beinga
a request for the reading of a chapter chapterfrom chapterfrom chapterfrom
I from the word of the Master she lov byed loved loyled ¬
led ledI ed
Five children are left and four fourhave fourha fourhave
I have ha ve gone before
j beforeHER HER HUSBAND HUSBANDEditor HUSBANDEditor HUSBANDEditorHarry
Editor EditorHarry Harry Brown is a candidate candidatefor
for Ponce de Leon at the forthcom forthcoming ¬
ing celebration and it looks like he hewill heWill hewill
will win this honor honorT
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facts on anything that is grown growncorn watermelons corn oranges or n eo and other otrceery fruit trctcelery fruitcelery
potatoes tomatoes cantaloupes raising Write u us about anything any anything n nthmg
cattle and chicken
celery and cauliflower and we will do our best to nerre e eMarion yo yoMarion roe roeMarion
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