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Mrs Irs Lanier and Miss Miriam La Lawho LaMI LaMier
MI Mier r who are the guests of Mr r and andMrs andI andMrs
Mrs I r C S Cullen will go down toStanton to toStanton toStanton
Stanton this afternoon to spend a aweek aweok aweek
I week or two with Mr and Mrs Irs John JohnPasteur JohnPasteur
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DO YOU YAXT YA T TO GO TO COL COLLEGE COlrLBGE
LEGS If so we can help alp lp you ou Wehave We Wehave Veha
have ha Ve already alread put pu t hundreds through throughcollege throughcollege throughcollege
college by b means of our plan Write WritetoJay WritetoJa Writetoday
today toJa for full information regarding regardingour
our offer of a free scholarship in any anyschool anyschool anyschool
school or college Address Robert JSherlock J JSherlock JSherlock
Sherlock 2931 East 22nd street New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York City 325 325Mr 325Mr I IIr
Mr Ir Gus T Liddon had the misforj misforjtune misfor misfortune i
tune to have his nose painfully hurtyesterday hurt hurtyesterday I
yesterday morning by one of uismules uis uismules I Imules
mules He was hitching up the ani animal animal ¬
mal which jerked his head aroundvery around aroundvery I Ier
very er suddenly during the operation operationand i iKnd
and struck Mr Liddon in the face faceMr faceMr I I II
Mr t r Armour of Lake Panasoffkee Panasoffkeewas I I
I was among our Tuesday visitors He Hesays HeSKS Hesays
says that Mr Ir King who recently pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased the James 4 L Harris grove on onthe ontbe onthe
the run is putting it in splendid shape shapeami shapeand shapeanti
and K will not be long before it be becomes beacomes beyconies ¬
comes celebrated Panasoffkee hasnot has hasnot hasnot
not yet t become infested with the thewhite thewhite theIwhite
Iwhite white fly flYThe flyThe
The friends in this city of Mr Ir Thos ThosJ
J Barnes living about five milessouth miles milessouth milesMOuth
south of Ocala will be sorry to learn learnthat learnthat
that on Tuesday at about noon nre ereconsumed nreconsumed nrecOII
consumed cOII nme1 his home The fire origi originated originated originatal
nated from a defective flue Neighhors Neigh Neighbors eighbors ¬
bors seeing the smoke hurried to tothe tothe tothe
the scene of the conflagration and andsucceeded andsucceeded andsucceeded
succeeded in saving quite a good gooddeal goo gooddeal I IdeKI
deal of the household effectsMr effects effectsMr
Mr tr F M I Hodges head bookkeeper bookkeeperfor
for the th phosphate department of the theCummer theCummer theCumnter
Cummer Phosphate Company after a aakort aJtort ashort
short visit in Ocala the guest of h his hiscousin hiscousin is iscousin
cousin Mrs Irs C S Cullen returned returnedyesterday returnedNJCerda returnedyesterday
yesterday NJCerda afternoon to o the mines near nearNewberry nearberr nearNewberry
Newberry berr Mr Hodges came down downespecially downl
l especially leciall to see his aunt and cousin cousinMrs cousinIrs cousinMrs
Mrs Lanier and Miss Lanier of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina who are paying a visit to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs Cullen He was accompanied by byhis b byhis
his 111 young son Master 1 aster ChurchillHodges Churchill ChurchillHodges ChurchillHOfIges
Hodges HodgesDr
Dr George E Yancey who stopped stoppedover
over in Ocala on his way from Uma Umatflla umaUlIfl Urnatilif
tflla where he attended his fathers fathersfuneral fathersfunlral fathersfuneral
funeral has returned to his home at atOklahoma atOklAhoma atOklahoma
Oklahoma City Dr and Mrs Yancey Yanceyare
are IU very v r much pleased with theirnew their theirnew theirJt
new Jt W home in the west and Dr Van Yancey Vanc Y any anycey ¬
cey c who is a splendid dentist is isbuilding isHUding isbuilding
building up a large practice in that thatcity thatI thatcity
I city They have recently purchased purchaseda
I a beautiful home and are very de delightfully deKhtflI deItglttfully ¬
lightfully situated Mrs Irs Yancey Yance was waslormerly waslorlntrh wastormrrly
lormerly Miss Annie Mathews of this thiscity thisMY thisclt
city clt y
Mlas Mf M 6 Lola Raysor who was called calledkome cil1cdMllte calledhome
home during the last illness of her hermother herMOtHer hermother
mother Mrs L M Raysor leaves to tomorrow toJItOIro tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon for Spartanburg Spartanburgto
to continue CQut JU1 her studies at Converse ConverseCollege ComerseoU ConverseCoile
College Coile oU te e For the present Miss Vic Victoria Victoria Victoria ¬
toria Raysor and her brothers willcontinue will willcoatinue willCOlIC
continue COlIC h living at the Bell place on onFort onFort
Fort King avenue Mrs Laura Han Hansell HanII Hanirll I
sell II who ho came from Boston for hei hetmothers heianothers i iMOt
mothers MOt rs funeral will remain in OcalarwiNtil Ocala Ocalauntil I
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until 111 tomorrow when she will leave leavetor leavetbr
tor Boston I
Mr lr P L Durisoe who lives across acrossllM acrossthe j jtk i
tk the < Oklawaha Oklll wAhn river made the hospij hospijtal liospi liospitat j
tat Inmates InlUM arid those in charge of it itvery itt itvrrc
t very n happy when ben he conveyed onYe ed his hisown hisn hisown I
own n and nd the remembrances of some someof someneighbors
of 0 hfe neighbors 4i hbors there Wednesday 1Vednesdarmorning YednesilayIa j jmorning
morning Ia These remembrances 1 coni coniaisled conItd con r rstetted
stetted td of two shoe boxes full of beauI beauII beau beautiful ¬ I
thai and altt fragrant flowers grapefruit grapefruitoraK grapefruitloraxgr
oraK e and orange blossoms the gift giftjof gift giftof I Ie
of e Mrs Annie Long and some orange orangeyrui orangey
yrui y rwi and pine sum Ulll chips the gift of ofMr of ofMr OfM
Mr M r DMrij + oe e The gifts were very verymurk veryntU1e
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murk appreciated appreciatedMayor apltrec lttcll I ILao
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Mayor Lao 01 John D Robertson attended attendedflee i ithe
the t1 P W day tla at Coleman Wednesday WednesdayA t dnestlnyI I
A county court house location is on in ISatatrr I Iand Iand I
i iacts I
Satatrr and several towns are aspir aspirts ¬
acts ts s for the honor and the rally at atI I I i
Ootanait IINIII 1Vednes Wednesday + lay was for a gen genral genI
ral < 1 discussion di cussion of the whole matter mattera matterNch
a Nd d each town that is fighting for theloccxttotr the thelocution theJMoadoll
locution was represented on this oc occasion ocon ¬
casion on Oll and had an inning Mr lr N NJ NJ
J Wicker spoke spol e for Coleman HonGrIf Hon HonGriff HonGrift
Griff Kilgore spoke for WildwoodProf Wildwood WildwoodProf YildwoodProf
Prof Sutton spoke for o Sumterville Sumtervillea
a aad d Mr Ir J J C GeIson spoke for Cen Center Cent Centtr ¬
ter t < Hill There Th re were twelve or fif fifK fifI fifteen
and the thedinner tblI thedinner
teen K I n hundred people present
dinner I r was immense There was ap apparently aprRtJ appareatly ¬
parently rRtJ enough v 0 > have fed five fivethousand fivelbolsand fivethousand
thousand Mr Ir Robertson made the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip there in his auto In one hour and andthirty andtltirt andthirty
thirty tltirt minutes and returned in less lesstime lessth4 lesstime
time timeCrowning th4Crowning timeCrowning
Crowning love must be trained just justlike justUke justltke
like a vine vineDont vineDont inc incDont
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SPECIAL CORN CONTEST FOR FORBOYS FORBOYS FORBOYS
BOYS BOYSPrizes BOYSI BOYSPrizes
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Prizes Offered by Dr J C Boozer of ofj ofOcala
j Ocala OcalaI
I 1 A print pr1 < < nt 50 in gcid g id is offered offeredby
I by b J C Boozer fo icr the best fifty ear earsof ear10f earof
10f of corn grown by any an toy oy under the theage theI
I age of sixteen years and living inMarion in inMarlon irI
I Marion county count from one hundred hundredgrains hundredgrains hundredgrains
grains to be supplied by b said Booz Boozer BOOZaer ¬
er of the corn which took the prize prizeat
at our last county fair Said corn to tobe tobe tobe
be grown and cultivated by the boj bojhimself bo bohimself bohimself
himself and to be presented for entry entryat entryfat
fat at the fair grounds at least one day dayin dayin
I in advance of the opening of the fair
2 A prize of 15 is offered for the thelargest thelargest
largest yield from the said one hundred hun hundred hundred ¬
dred grains of corn The boy contesting con contesting contesting ¬
testing for this prize must m st bring theentire the theentire theentire
entire yield from the one hundred hundredgrains hundredgrains hundredgrains
grains grainsI
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Farmers Contest ContestA
3 A prize of 25 2 is offered by J JC JC JC
C Boozer for the hest twentyfive twent five ears earsof earsof earsof
of corn grown by any ny farmer in Ma Marion liarion Malion
rion county count the farmer to use his own ownI
I judgment as to the type of corn to tobe tohe tobe
be planted This corn to be present presented
ed for entry entl at our county fair at atleast atleast
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least one day v y before the opening of ofI ofsaid
I said fair fairj
j A corn expert will be secured toIJttdge to toI toIJudge
I I Judge in each of be e above contests contestsi
1 according to the latest l + score card cardmethod cardmethod cardmethod
method methodLET methodI methodLET
I LET THE TH BOYS GET BUSY BUSYOcala BUSYOcala BUSYOcala
Ocala Fla March 25 1909 1909To 1909i
To the th > Editor Ocala Banneri Banner
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i I In order fJr er to gi i y as wide publicity publicityas JulJlicitas
as possible to the prizes offered bv bvJDr bvI
I JDr I Dr J C Boozer in the corn contest contestto
to be decided at our coming couuyfair counij counijfair COUll COUllfair
fair we are sending you a copy of ofconditions ofconditions ofconditions
conditions attached to said contest as asfixed asfixed asfixed
fixed by Dr Boozer and request that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you publish the same in your week weekly ¬
ly edition of the Banner No onething one onething onething
thing will contribute more to our ourprosperity ourprosperity ourprosperity
prosperity than to demonstrate to the theworld theworld theworld
world that we have soil and condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions at home to vroduce a staple staplecrop staplecrop staplecrop
crop at a reasonable cost that has hasbecome hasbecome hasbecome
become an universal food for manand man manand manand
and beast Thanking you for courte courtesies courtesies courtesies ¬
sies extended usRespectfully us usRespectfully usRespectfully
Respectfully RespectfullyMARION RespectfullyLRION RespectfullyMARION
MARION CO FAIR ASSN ASSNSTORM ASSNSTORM ASSNSTORM
STORM AT FAIRFIELD FAIRFIELDFairfield FAIRFIELDFairfield FAIRFIELDFairfield
Fairfield Fla March arch 25 1909 1909To 1909To 1909To
To the Editor Ocala Banner BannerThis BannerThis BannerThis
This section was visited by a ter terrific terrific terrifle ¬
rific rain wind and thunder storm stormlast stormlast stormlast
last night Much timber and many manyfences man manfences manyfences
fences are down No other damage damageheard damagebeard damageheard
heard of Lightning kept the heavens heavensalmost heavensalmost heavensalmost
almost continuously lighted for quite quitea
a while Farm work delayed for some somedays someda somedays
days da s j J K MIXSON MIXSONTHE MISSONTHE lIXSO lIXSOTHE
THE COLEMAN CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONColeman CELEBRATIONI CELEBRATIONColeman
I Coleman had a big barbecue and andpublic andpublic andpublic
public speaking Wednesday Vednesda The ob objject obI
jest i I of the meeting was to discuss discussi discussthe discussthe
i the removal of the thecount county seat fromSumtervllle from fro 1 1Sumterv111e
j Sumterville to Coleman The court courthouse courthouse courthouse
house at the former place was recent recently ¬
ly destroyed by b fire and several of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the neighboring towns are very anxious anx anxious anxious ¬
ious to secure the new court house houseA
A number of Colemans prominent prominentcitizens prominentI
I citizens made splendid speeches put putting
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ting s forward in strong terms the thCclaims theclaims
claims of their town and the advan advantages advanwges advantages
tages of making Coleman the capital capitnlof i iof
of Sumter county countyThe countThe countyThe
The barbecue and speaking spea king wasj was wasvery i iYIry
very largely attended and the event eventwas evenwas s I Iwas
was a big one in Colemans history historyThe historyThe
The Ocala Metropolitan Band Bandwhose BandwhoRP Bandwhose I
whose fame is going abroad all over overie I Ile
ie state went down to Coleman and andfurnished andfurnished andfurnished
furnished very ver fine fin music for the eel eelebration celebratiol1 eelebration
ebration ebrationA
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A DULL LOOKING CHURCH CHURCHIn j iIn
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In some communities one or more morechurches i Ichurclws
churches present i evidence > of badly badhpainted
painted exteriors The beautiful finish fin finish I
ish and coloring of the L M 1 Paint
distinguishes a church painted with withit
I it The L I M l Paint is Metal Zinc ZincOxide ZincOxicle ZincOxide
Oxide combined > ll with White Lead and andwears andwears antiwears
wears like gold A libertl quantity of ofL ofl
L 1 1 M Paint is given to every church churchwhenever churchwhenler churchwhenever
whenever they paint This his been beendone beendone i
done throughout the United States Statesduring Statesduring I i
during the past 35 5 years More Morechurches Morechurches I Ichurchts
churches have ha > been painted pain ted with L LM LC
C M Paint than with any an other otherSold otherSold otherSold I
Sold by Mclver MacKay Ocala OcalaFla OcalaFla
Fla 7 7MARION 7MARION 7MARION I
MARION COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIA ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION ¬
TION TIONSubscriptions J JSubscriptions ISubscriptions
Subscriptions to stock of the Ma Marion Marion a arion ¬
rion County Fair Association will be bereceived bereceived bereceived
received at the Commercial BankMunroe Bank BankMunroe BankMunroe
Munroe C Chambliss Bank and by bythe brthe bythe
the secretary room 22 Holder plock blockShares plockShares plockShares
Shares 10 each full paid and non nonassessible nonassessible nonassessible
assessible assessibleJust I IJust
Just making a bare living is not notgetting notgetting notgetting
getting on in the world worldIf
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A LOVELY EVENING PARTY PARTYThe PARTYThe PARTYThe
The young society societ set were again againj againthe
j the guests at a very ver lovely evening eveningparty eveningI eveningparty
I party on Tuesday when they were so soj socharmingly sot
j t charmingly entertained by Mrs rs Clar Clarence ClarAI Clarence ¬
I ence Todd Pretty Miss May Camp Campof
of Franklin Va was the special specialguest specialguest
I guest in whose honor this attractiveparty attractive attractiveparty attractiveI
party was planned and invited to tomeet tomeet tomeet
I meet Miss Camp were Misses Frances FrancesAnderson FrancesAnderson FrancesAnderson
Anderson Edith McGuire Anne Mix Mixson Mixson Mixson
son Annie Atkinson Betty Bett Wray Mc Mclver McIver McIver ¬
Iver Mary ary Connor Lucile Standley StandleyWinnefred StandleyVinnefred Standley1Vinnefred
Winnefred Rapalje Bessie MacKay MacKayKate lIacKayKate MacKayKate
Kate McColley Messrs essrs Heron and andBen andBen andBen
Ben Todd Bruce Sleffert Sam Tea Teague Teague Teague
gue James Taylor Frank Harris Jr JrMorris Jrlorris JrMorris
Morris Smith Mala TTaughton Robert RobertAnderson RobertAnderson RobertAnderson
Anderson and Charles Flippin FlippinMrs
Mrs Todd received the young peo people peoapIe people ¬
ple informally at the door and Mrs MrsClarence MrsClarence MrsClarence
Clarence Camp and Mr Ben Todd Toddmet Toddmet Toddmet
met them in the reception re < eption hall Re Receiving Reaceiving Receiving ¬
ceiving with Miss Camp were Mr MrBarnes Mrames Mrames
ames Taylor MJss Frances Ander Anderson ¬
son Mr Frank Harris and Mr Her Heron Heraon Heron ¬
on Todd ToddAt
At the punch bowl little Misses MissesRexie MissesRexie MissesRexie
Rexie Todd and Nina Camp served servedand serveda servedand
and a d later they assisted the hostess In Inother inother inother
other ways wa s as did also Miss Mary MaryConnor MaryConnor MaryConnor
Connor and Mrs Clarence Camp CampIn
In the three rooms there were five fiveor
or six different differ nt games of skill whichproved which whichproved whichproved
proved to be of unusual interest In Inroom Inone InI
I one room there was quoits and in inanother inanother inanother
another one requiring a good deal of ofskill ofskill ofskill
skill Many Man small rings were on a alarge a13rge alarge
large table and the boys and girls girlsendeavored girlsencleavored girlsendeavored
endeavored to scoop them up on a astick astick astick
stick using only their left hands An Another Another Another ¬
other game was knocking a ball off offthe offthe offthe
the head of a wooden man with an another anot another ¬
other ot her ball and there were several severalother severalother severalother
other contests equally as novel and andentertaining andentertaining andentertaining
entertaining The score cards were werelittle werelittle werelittle
little pencil sketches of Camp Campscenes Campscenes Campscenes
scenes They were done by b Miss MissRexie llissRexie MissRexie
Rexie Todd and Master aster Roscoe Meffert Mef Meffert efA efAfert
fert and were a special compliment complimentto
to the guest of honor honorMiss honorlliss honorMiss
Miss Frances Anderson Ander on won the thegirls thegirls thegirls
girls prize a gold hat pin and Mr MrCharles MrCltarles tr trCharles
Charles Flippin among the boys won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the most games his prize being a apretty aI apretty
pretty I > rett gold scarf pin pinDuring pinDuring pinDuring
During the evening Miss Mary lIar Con Connor Connor Connor ¬
nor delighted everybody by playing playingseveral playingseveral playingseveral
several pieces on her violin of which whichinstrument whichinstrument whichinstrument
instrument she is a master Her ac accompaniments accompaniments accompaniments ¬
companiments were played by Miss MissBessie lissBessie1acKa MissBessie
Bessie Bessie1acKa Bessie1acKaFor MacKay MacKayFor
For her party Mrs Todd To d had the therooms therooms therooms
rooms of her home very prettily dec decorated decorated decorated ¬
orated with beautiful hothouse roses roseswhich roseswhich roseswhich
which were greatly gre t1y admired and add added added added ¬
ed beauty and charm to the party partyThe partyThe partyThe
The refreshments served were ice icecream icecream icecream
cream cake salted almonds and andmints andmints andmints
mints mintsBefore mintsBefore mintsBefore
Before the evenings even ings pleasures were wereconcluded wereconcluded wereconcluded
concluded each bov and girl wrote a awish awish
I wish for Miss Camp These were all allread aUr allread
read r > ad aloud and afterwards bound into intoa
a good luck for her Some of the thewishes thewishes thewishes
wishes were exceedingly clever and andi
I i if i they all come to o pass Miss Campwill Camp Campwill Campwill
will be a very lucky young lady in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed She was also presented as the theguest theguest theguest
guest prize a pretty souvenir spoon spoonof
of Ocala OcalaTHE OcalaTHE OcalaTHE
THE RIFLES INSPECTION INSPECTIONThe
1 I The Ocala Rifles our crack military militarycompany militarycompany militarycompany
company was inspected Wednesday Wednesdanight Wednesdaynight Vednesdanight >
night by Major Hancock of the Unit Unitled PnitI Inited
led I eel Sattcs army arm The company had hadbeen hadbeen
been > 11 preparing for the th event for forsome forsome
I
i some time and last night were looking look lookjing 100kAing
jing ing spick and span and their accoutre accoutrements accoutrements accoutretnents ¬
ments were in appl appkpie pie order orderWe ordere orderWe
We e understand that Major Hancock Hancockwas I Iwas
was very much pleased with the inspection in inspection ¬ 1
spection and complimented Captai Capt CaptNash captash
Nash ash h and other members m > mhers of the com company company conpany ¬
pany very highly highlyMajor j jMajor jIajor
Major and Mrs Hancock were met metat meta I Iat
at a Dunnellon by Captain and Mrs MrsNash lrs1 MrslNash lrs1ash
Nash ash and were lr > brought to Ocala in j jMayor iIayur jMayor
Mayor Kiblers splendid new car The Thetrip i itrip jtrip
trip was made in a very brief time timeMRS timeMRS timeMRS
MRS WASHBURN GIVES GIV S QUILT ¬
ING PARTY PARTYTuesday PARTYI PARTYTuesday
I
Tuesday Tuesela afternoon at her hospitable hospitablehome hospitableI hospitablehome
I home on Orange avenue Mrs Irs G D DWashburn DI DWashburn
I Washburn and her daughter Miss MissEmma MissI IissI
I Emma Washburn gave an oldfash oldfashioned oldfashI ¬
ioned quilting party The guests A werethe were werethe werethe
the following ladies Mesdames E A APolly AI
Polly Poll G W Martin R H Barnett BarnettM
M L E Taylor M 11E 1 E Silcox and MissesLoulie Misses MissesLoulie IissesLoulie
Loulie Barnett Alice Polly Poll v and Lillie LillieTaylor LillieTh LillieTaylor
Taylor TaylorThe Th TaylorThe I IThe
The fingers of the ladies were verybusy very verybusy erybusy
busy all the afternoon and while they theysewed theysewed theysewed
sewed they chattel togetSer most de delightfully delightful1r delightfully ¬
lightfully and the afternoon was one oneof oneof oneof
of real pleasure to the guests guestsMrs guestsIrs guestsMrs
Mrs Washburn and Miss Washburu Washburnserved Washburuserved ashburnserved
served very bountiful and lovely re refreshments refreshments refreshments ¬
freshments including salad hot rolls rollscoffee rollscoffee rollscoffee
coffee strawberries cake and orange orangeade orangeade orangeade ¬
ade
J c cr
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I MISS CAROLINE CAROL INE YONGE DEAD DEADj
I
j I The announcement announcem nt yesterday ester ay morning morn morni
i i ing that Miss iss Caroline Yonge had died diedj dieI diedduring
j i I during the night was not a surprise surprisejas surpriseI
las I as for several weeks she had been beenvery beenvery beenvery
very ill and for two days prior to toher toJ toher
J her death the end en was expected at atlany atan ati
lany i any an moment momentj momentIiss momentMiss
j Miss Yonge was the oldest of a alarge alarge alarge
large family of children and almost almostfrom almostI almostfrom
I i from childhood she had been more or orj orI
j less of an invalid Her death occurred occurredat occurre occurreI
I at the home h me of her parents Mr and andMrs andI andIrs andMrs
I
Mrs Irs R E Yonge and during her last lastillness lastillness lastillness
illness she was very tenderly nursed nursedand nursedand nursedand
and cared for by her devoted motherand mother motherand InotherI
and an the other members of the family familyOn famil familOn
I
On Tuesday Miss Yonge was thirty thirtyfive thirtyI thirtyfive
five years of age and on the morning morningof
I
of that day da she began dying and from fromthen fromI
I I then until Wednesday night the only onlyevidence on onlyI I II y
I evidence of life was the slight breath breathing breathing breathing ¬
ing of the patient sufferer suffererMiss suffererliss suffererMiss
Miss Yonge was born in South Flor Florida Florida Florida ¬
ida but came to Ocala with her pa parents parents parents ¬
rents when she was a little child andhas and andhas andhas
has always alwa s lived here Her parents parentsand parentsand
and four sisters Mrs Mente of Jack Jacksonville Jacksonyille Jacksonville ¬
sonville Mrs Sage Misses Alice and andErin andErin andErin
Erin Yonge and brothers Mr R E EYonge EYonge EYonge
Yonge Jr of Jacksonville Mr Wal Walter Walter Valter ¬
ter Yonge and Master Laurie Yonge Yongeof
of this city and a large family con connection connection connection ¬
nection survive her herThe herThe herThe
The funeral service over the body bodyof
of Miss Yonge took place yesterda yesterdaafternoon yesterdaafternoon yesterdayafternoon >
afternoon at three oclock at Grace GraceEpiscopal GraceI GraceEpiscopal
Episcopal church the rector Rev ev G GH GH GH
I H Harrison Har ison reading the beautiful beautifuland
and solemn Episcopal ceremony for forthe forthe forthe
the burial of the dead deadMiss deadMiss deadMiss
Miss Wartmann the church organ organist organist organist ¬
ist and the choir sang two anthems anthemsafter anthemsafter anthemsafter
after which the body was carried to toGreenwood toI toGreenwood
I Greenwood cemetery where the ser service service service ¬
vice was concluded and the body laid laidto laiclto
to rest The beautiful lilac casketwas casket casketwas
was entirely covered with flowers and andnumerous andnumerous andnumerous
numerous lovely bouquets were plac placed ¬
I ed on the grave graveMessrs graveMessrs
I
Messrs T B Snyder J A Bouvier BouvierN
N I Gottlieb J H Spencer L E EYonce EYonce EYonce
Yonce and G S Scott acted as thepall the thepall
I pall bearers and Messrs McIver andOwen and andOwen andOwen
Owen were in charge of tile funeral funeralarrangements funeralarrangemen funeralarrangements
arrangements arrangementsThe ts tsThe
The bereaved family have the sym sympathy symI sympathy ¬
I pathy of their many friends in their theirsorrow theirI theirsorrow
sorrowThere sorrow sorrowThere sorrowThere
I
There is no death What seems so sois sois sois
is transition transitionThis transitionThis transitionThis
This life of mortal breath breathIs
Is but a suburb of the life Elysian ElysianWhose ElysianVhose
1 Whose portal we call death deathMEDICAL deathMEDICAL deathMEDICAL
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION TO MEET MEETThe MEETThe MEETThe
The thirtysixth annual meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Florida Medical Association will willconvene willconvene willconvene
convene in Pensacola on April 7th 7th8th 7thand 7th8th
8th and 9th and it promises to be one oneof oneof oneof
of the most interesting sessions in
the history of the organization organizationDr
I Dr J D Love of Jacksonville willdeliver will willdeliver willdeliver
deliver the principal address on the theopening theopening theopening
opening dayThe day dayThe d y I
The officers of the association are areas areas
I
as follows President Dr J F Mc McKinstry McKintry
I
Kinstry Kin try Jr Gainesville first vice vicepresident vicepresident ice icepr
president pr sidellt Dr J D Love Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonvole ¬
ville second vice president Dr W WH V VH 1tH
H Powers Ocala thiru vice presi president president president ¬
dent Dr L A Peck Melbourne sec secretary secI secretary ¬
I retary retar Dr J D Fernandez Jackson ¬
ville librarian Dr C E Terry Jack Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville ¬
sonville sonvilleDr
Dr E Van Hood of this city twill twillread will willread willread
read a paper on the Medical Treat Treataient Treatnont Treatanent
anent of Appendicitis which will be bediscussed bediscussed bediscussed
discussed by Dr A L Izlar of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city and Dr Kennedy of Pensacola PensacolaDr
Dr D M 1 Smith will read reat a paper paperon
on Diet in Typhoid Fever and Dr DrW DrV DrV
W V V Newsom is on the program for fora fOla
a discussion of the treatment of ty typhoid typhoid typhoid ¬
phoid as is also Or W V H Powers Powersfor
for the discussion of a similar sub subject ¬
I
ject e ct
Among the numerous other papers papersto
to o be read at this meeting will be one oneon one1n oneon
on Tertiary Lesions of the Brainand Brain Brainand Brainanll
and Spinal Cord by b Dr Thomas C CThompson CThompson Cihompson
Thompson of Jacksonville formerly formerlyof formerlof
of this city
I
Several hundred Indians In < 1iails are to toparticipate toparticipate
i
participate in the Ponce de Leon celebration cel celebration celehration ¬
ebration at St Augustine on March Marchil Iarchn
151 and April 1 and 2 There will also alsobe alsobe alsobe
be about one hundred Spanish solthers sol soldiers soldiers ¬
diers a company of British soldiers soldiersand
and a company of French soldiers soldiersbesides soldiersbesides soldiersbesides
besides a provisional battalion of ofUnited ofUnitcd
1 I United States troops a battalion of ofj ofFlorida
j I Florida state troops a battalion of ofcadets ofI
cadets from the Kentucky Kentuckvlilitarv KentuckvlilitarvInstitute MilitaryInstitute Military MilitaryInstitute
I
Institute and three military bands to toparticipate toparticipate toparticipate
participate in the various historical historicalevents rnstoricalevents historicalevents
events The celebration will be bet better better better ¬
ter and on a grander scale than any anyheretofore an anwretofore anyheretofore
heretofore given givenIn
In the last analysis men are kept keptdown keptdown keptdown
down by their own mental attitude attitudeJustice attitudeJustice attitudeJustice
Justice is the measure of absolute absolutecompensation absolutecompensation absolutecompensation
compensation
I IN MEMORY OF MRS L LSOR LSOR M MI
I SOR SORjWhat SORI SORWhat
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jWhat I What moan yo you by this tWaTo U w ewag3 ewag3To gi giI
To break my m very ry h hMrt hMrtWe art artWe rt rtVe
I We all are in Christs ketac ketacAnd k8 k8ul rplatt rplattad
And ul therefore canned part partYc ftIIny I IYc
Yc y there threI I hero h herechow rttboMtC1t thottftk k in Mr nrvrt nrvrtn ri rio
i1 r o n still at heart aro os osI t It ItI a aI
I only onl just in SHnshluo SHnshluoThe sMn swnshluoThe > > hiuo hiuoThe
The shadows scnrcoly fteoc fteocWhat fo1MeWhat EyaeWhat
What if clouds surround 4urrouutJYou you youYou ywYou
You can the bri brishtnoos brishtnoosTis g gTis htnoas see H HTis
Tis only just a little way wayThat wayrhat wayThat
That leads from you to toI tsr tsrI
I was so very weary wearySurely wearySurely wearySurely
Surely you do not mount mountThat mOKraThat mowraThat
That I a little sooner soonerShould soonerShould soonerShould
Should lay my burden dowa dowaThen do doThen dowaThen
Then weep not weep not notGod darMap darMapGod
God wipes away all tears tearsTis tearsTis toorsTis
Tis only yet yet a little while whUeToough whileThough whileThough
Though you ou may call It year yearsRevelations yearRevelations ynnroRevelations
Revelations declares u that we are areto areto areto
to live hereafter r in a state > > digrlagconsiderably tUfferiftg tUfferiftgconsiderably u < < ria riaconsiderably
considerably from that In which we welive welive welive
live here Now tho coRetilMttoa con Ut1t Oa ot otnature etnature t tnature
nature in a manner says so too For Fardo Fordo Fordo
do we not see lovely bird bir let tooae tooaefrom IocNefrom koeefrom
from the prison of the shell aid aadlaunched aidlaunched uadlaunched
launched into a new ah anti l oWe aob i state stateof
of o existence Insects extrleated at atlength atIlength atlength
length from their tenement telltnt Rt tke tit titmitted ROT ROTmilled i imitted
mitted to unfold their beaU to tke tkesunlight tkesunlight thesunlight
sunlight Seeds buried In the tit NIOI NIOIwith rartkwith rtk rtkwith
with death springing tip and rkrtked rlothewiwith rkrtkedwith rkKlMdwith
with luxuriant apparel Is not ourowa ourowaflesh ormetroflesh r rflesh
flesh perpetually thawing and a aing relief reliefing rsrtrlug
ing itself so that the numerical partl particles partlcles partlIles ¬
cles of which it once rotMttoted coo l8ttd here kaveby Ita Itaby hereby
by degrees disappeared leaving l th thfaculties ue uefaculties thefaculties
faculties of the soul unimpaired ami amiits aadits
its consciousnes uninterrupted for a amoment amoment amoment I
moment What thought tit t surer surercord allrercord 1 1cord
cord be loosed and the goMa JcH + I howl feewlbroken howlbroken wi wibroken
broken still may mil not the Immortal Immortalsoul
soul have quitted onrth awl retired rviJredto
to the mansions around GW White WhiteThrone WkHThrone YndteThrone
Throne ThroneIn
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In the journey of u life ue there ihwtfthorn Ih M maaj IDA IDAthorn a athorn
thornOft thorn thornOft thorn01t
Oft darkness anal a gloats kM otrr otrrlea err r rJ rJlea w Mlea 1 1Iwv
lea leaBut leaBut leaBut
But the glory of heNrv htmvon + rn ai4u ala4 a In a UM UMmorn t1Mmorn themorn
morn mornTheres mornTheres mornTheres
Theres healing h Klh IN t G Catts 4i tolls aH aHfree Allfree ailfree
free freeFriends freeFrienclH freeFriends
Friends weep not for l hwd < r < Mi Misafe oars IMW IMWsufe aewasafe
safe from the th w wThe WThe wt + ns nsThe
The trials that th < < 1 we w ttl1l U ttl1lFar > H HFar Nuhrr NuhrrFar
Far better rejoice rejoicethey lh UCfuereci jr jrquered her IwvStrike e equered
quered all foo fooIn foosIn forsin
In the Jand that l lpure Is tawliasa aa aapure awlpure
pure pureStrilm pureStrike
Strike harps of rejotoloR uwuk uwukful 3W1M1 t tful twee tweeful
ful lays laysBe losDc laysBe
Be glad in the g 80 gotnl ol ye I IAU yew mere mereAll recvtvAll
All heaven reachi thus th hearts kaartacere ItfMItltcere slay slaycore
cere prai praise praiseGiving t tGiving o oGhln
Giving Ghln peace to amito tmU tmUOur ttOur hIhvs hIhvsOur
Our path is a short om why w1a mato It Itmore Itmor Kmore
more drear drearThan tlnrThan drewrrThan
Than eer r twa tv lHt IwtupNisi Mt t M 4 M4 i IArous to M MArouse a aArouse
Arouse then troubled trCHIbl frfcNMt its M H Hof tieof e eof
of good oo1 cheer cheerLost eheDrLo cheerLost
Lo Lost t on ono t we W surely ifrfJl1JRSS1R shah naJIJBSS1H s sJI
JBSS1H JI A OWENS
A LITTLE GIRL CELEBRATES HER HERBIRTHDAY HiEftBIRTHDAY HEiCBIRTHDAY
BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYLittle BIRTHDAYLittle BIRTHDAYLittle
Little Elfoaluth EII lHc J Jeaatbp e > MUe MUethe Ma1Ne Ma1Nethe
the pretty little frmryixoretd frmryixoretdter tortryt r rler + avM Aast1sr Aast1srter
ter of Mr Ir and Mrs U Uwas IJuJJ1IW Mlaitie Mlaitiewas 1 1was
was at home sreerM yt etw Jajr Jajrher ahwrsee 1Nr 1Nrher 4 4her
her small friend frl Very Verylooked V Vlookld emtaia sirs sirslooked
looked in her expaidt < x ieU little littlefrock tttt ttttfrock pal lushes lushesfrock
frock and whit lash > had 4 ker kerguests I IgllSts IINI IINIguests
guests vied itod with oack Po miser fIt m mlooks tsiiI tsiiIlooks N Nlooks
looks for all had hit oeH dewtte HA Ml th tkoir Ir r oretti rr ttl
est dresses and Ualultoot UalultootThe tIat rb ltIIiRO ltIIiROThe sea seaThe
The pleasant atLerweea afi t mooa p poaomi iii JI JIquickh too teequickly tooquickly
quickly and it wan U a agt hired matter to toget Irtget
get them away sack a royal I IHnl asetl asetltime BOO BOOtime
time they tllp were hrit keviitg keviitgIt 1 1It + g gIt
It wax the lade girls ttVtltawjr w wbpI a asel rf rflw
bpI lw 1 > er r friends frh lId rm reftMbrtt4 NMb r < Ht ker h wftk wtlkmany wttIIman wftkmany
many man lovely lo ly Halt ytfta gW wkMi w were werevery wrpry wevery
very much apprectfttM apprectfttMIn Itppref ItpprefIn
In plnying the variowe giros aoiour 18 Xk XkFlorence lttnrt lttnrtFlorence 1 1Flort
Florence Flort nc Walters Ms llde iJMe I OMBOV Mullisbell OMBOVbell r rhll
bell anj Mrs Irs IStlwarrf l tlwlU Dra DnIJN < ke kevirs n nlrs l d ddirs
virs Blaine with ltr tin rkeMrea rkeMreaEach c cEach chlhIreaEach
Each of the gueeta gw riwtffvea1 rHII a aty at pr t tty
t ty little pink ImakiH tea kit UtHI J with wttkcious tUl tUlcf01ls May Maytiers
tiers candies made Me by Mrs MraOn II IIOn lrhrn lrhrnOn
On the wroaa cr crp < i kork aorrk Mrs MrsBlaine MrcBlnine MNllIaine
Blaine had li fix tIxti < Hi a HMIR k karound low i w tj tjaround tattle tattlearound
around which wtn wire no MaoJt n rfcolm rfcolmthe n ntl11 irtr irtrthe
the little folk Tb l1w tattle t woe ee + w
ered with a theses t tOlated napv ao r Hetk 4eo 4eoorated M Morated >
orated with pink roses r a M4 4 a TOO vtwpretty of ofpretty fitpretty
pretty roses WM u at aetahll wock eh ro4 of tko tkotable tb tbtable
table The I lpllMJll tmoade mooa4 ask r axl axler irk irkor <
er goodies good i aerve serval fci i laikt Mgittefl rf t th a afolks laP laPfolks s wsbi wsbifolks
folks and 1UU JMIee JII JIIgraceful Bleiai w wgraceful wa lgraceful
graceful and att aUIIIU aUIIIUThe Httvi HttviThe hisss hisssThe
The whole who country la lathe n 1rI lehR 0 0I ovr ovrthe
the th restoration re oC f Mtll + Whiff W W1h WkHat WkHatto 1tMIa 1tMIato II IIto
I to his parents MMMN ouH of kodr BOO M4The koto kotoThe litekThe
The little fellow r lk says 11 that kte aMiirt aMiirtors wt wtors
ors treated him with BTO t tt oeVr rfI rfIand + iae iaeand twand
and kind kindness newt and alt k he < was tla4r aiao > to tolieve W Wlieve h hlieve
lieve that what hat WINS w + IS el dotsi Io f lo hour 11 woa woadone wtrdone M Mdone
done undor inatructktmi hitr wetk w frooi a afather BOX hMfather BOXfather
father It is a matter of oonwaJ 1111 1111joicing s ni ro rojoicing r rjoicing
joicing that It dtd not uxthe termanoJe termanoJethe Mitt t tthe
the Charlie Roe ta ttwWf < Witlr kark We Weunsolved + h la launsolved stl1i1 stl1i1unsolved
unsolved unsolvedGod
God feeds no tramp TIM Tkepart TIMpart bleat bleatpart
part of Providence 1 18 work rrJe

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