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lfkk new honey and mulberry pie pievegetables pies
ae s e vegetables too grace our table tablebutter
I11k Uk butter and eggs all abound aboundrazorback
M fttUa ° Itk razorback grist and razorback I
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Ill desist as I dont wish to boast boastlaud boastJkI
r JkI 4 laud our section too highly
B Eat t will give old Marion a toast toastMarlon toastOw toastE
E Ow Marlon county coun t forever foreverThe foreverThe foreverThe
The best In all our fair state statead stDted
r ad d our state Is the best in the na nation nation natlion ¬
tion lionOur tionOur tionOar
r Our nations shelter from blizzards blizzardsand
and sleet sleettmight sleetmight steeLmhht
might toll of our matchless hammocks ham hammocks hammocks ¬
mocks mocksAnd mocksAnd mocksAnd
And lakos reflecting heavens own ownblue ownblue ownblue
blue blueOur blueOur blueOur
Our picturesque springs and rivers riversOur rIversOur riversOur
Our sweethearts so pretty and true trueBut trueDut trueBut
But hard times rain and March winds windsHave windsHave windHave s
Have tarried with us so long longJLnd longnd longAnd
And nd got our spirits so under the theweather theweather th thweather e
weatherWe weather weatherWe
We TO can only whistle a merry song songAnd songiAnd songAnd
And try to note down a few locals localsMiss locals1118s
Miss Bettie McCarleys school clos closed closed cl cled o s ¬
ed last Friday but we are glad to tonote tonotc t tnote °
note that she has consented to stay staywith staywith staywith
with us a few days longer longerFriday longerFriday longerFriday
Friday night Mr Ir and Mrs S C CSoalth CSulth CSailth
Soalth gave a party in honor of MisMoCarley Miss MissMcCarloy 1issNcCnrloy s
McCarloy which was a very ver 9 enjoya enjoyable ¬
ble affair Those present were Miss MissMcCarley MisslIcCarler MisMcCarley s
McCarley Mr and Mrs Pillans Miss MissDixie MissDixlo Ills IllsDixie s
> Dixie Pillans Mrs Chester Fort Miss MissTincy MisTincy MIssTlncy s
Tincy Holley Miss Myrtle MockMiss Mock MockMiss Iock1Uss
Miss May Ma Halford and Messrs Will WillHutto WillUutto WilHutto 1
Hutto Pat Holley Andrew Holton HoltonGus Holtonand HoltoWand n
Wand and Gus Waters aters After many games gamesdelightful gamesdellghtful gamei s
i delightful refreshments were served servedwbon servedwoon servedwhen
when all reluctantly departed for forthoir fortholr fo fothdr r
thoir homes homesWe homose homesWe
We e are sorry to learn that Mr J JA JfA JA
A Morse is no betterMrs better betterMrs betterMrs
Mrs Chester Fort of Ocala spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the past week with her mother Mrs MrsMary MrsIary MrsI4
Mary I4 Hobby HoUe She returned to her herhome herhome he hehome r
home Sunday SundayMiss Sundayl1ss SundayAllss
Miss Dixie Pillans school at Lake LakeBryant LakeBryant LakBryant e
Bryant will close Wednesday The Thepatrons Thepatrons Thpatrons e
patrons gave her a picnic Saturday Saturdayand
r and all had a grand timeMiss time timeMiss timeMiss
Miss Emily Halford is at home now nowhaving nowhaving nowhaving
having closed her school at Sparr Slmrrshort a ashort ashort
short time since sinceCapt sinceCapl sinceCapt
Capt John Jol n Rogers o < > Lynne was in inour inour inour
our burg SundayThe Sunday SundayThe SundaThe
The Elect Electra TO mday Ida school has re reflH reM reutri
flH < 1 u K organ and we have fine fineUBi finetttc
UBi 1 sic lc now every oel Sunday afternoon afternoonV afternoonhave
V e have also received new hymn hymnibooks hymnbooks
books
JOHN PETER PETERSWEPT PETERSWEPT PETERA
A SWEPT OVER NIAGARAThis NIAGARA NIAGARAThis NIAGARAThis
This terrible calamity often hap happens hapCns happens ¬
pens Cns because a careless boatman ig ignores igDores ignoros ¬
nores the rivers warnings warningsgrowing warningsgrowingripples growing growingripples
ripples and faster current Natureswarnings Natures Naturesfc Naturesarnlngs
warnings are kind That dull pain or orF orI orache
fc F I ache in the back warns you the kid kidL kidDOS kidr
L r DOS need attention if you ou would es escape escap ¬
4 cape fatal maladiesDrops maladies Dropsy Diabe Diabetes Diabets Diabetes ¬
tes or Brights Disease Take Electric Elec Electric Electric ¬
tric Bitters at once and see backache backachefly
fly and all your our best feelings returnAfter return returnAflor returnAftcor
After long suffering from weak kid kidneys kidn6S kidneys ¬
neys and lame back one 1 bottle bottlewholly bottleltGlI bottleWk
Wk wholly ltGlI lly cunNi eur u l me writes J R Black Blackof BlackgttM
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IPark Pa Staten Island N Y national nationalleofcuw nationaleoWftor national1Ieotaaser
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T U In I tile < he morning Mrs lrs Baileyadduree Bailey BaileyUMtreeeed BaIleyl4l4lre
l4l4lre UMtreeeed t td the public school and atI at atwipht
wipht 1 gave leI HW addross at Hotel Lake LakegM Lakei LakesIWa I
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A kuift htr t awMewce aadlt IIMC wce listened to the th ad addroae adar addaese
droae ar s with wt it intense interest and pleas pleasHT
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IMINo lA IwreNce T noe e Jones Jon presiding In Inih InlUte InIbe I
lUte IIIkLMte ih s i dice of e tke tk secretary Mrs lrs Al Aldan All ¬
dan l N QMMWON 11I1 acted 01 as oS secretary pro proA prorea4 proA
A tattr l btet wwe read from the Ocala OcalaUtttatt Ocalar I Ii
i Utttatt i In regard to 0 temperance meas meascomg menst measlww
t lww Howl comg before e the lh approaching al approachingei j jf ie
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A latter was s aloe read from Mrs firsI Mrshm 1 rs rsk
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MI N Pa hNrrettt < MK Madlctaes S and Mrs Irs Al Allan Al6ea ¬
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Special Cor Ocala cala Banner BannerMr
Mr J G Lege has returned from a atrip aip I Itrio
trip tr ip t to some of the principal northern northernmarkets northernoutlet I
I Imarkets
markets seeking an ancantaloupe outlet for the thecantaloupe thecantaloupe
cantaloupe crop which is now so sopromisinm soI soPremising
promisinm He Deports a very suecessful sue suecessful
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cessful outcome to his efforts effortsRev effortsRev effortsr effortsRev
r I Iheld
Rev George H Harrison recently recentlyheld recentlyheld
held a well attended communion ser service service serice ¬
vice v ice at Blair Villa VillaThe VillaThe VillaThe
The demand for summer cottages cottagesis
is setting in strong before b ore the winterresidents winter winterresidents winterI
residents have gone Several engagements engage engagements engagements ¬
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ments have already been made and andas andI andas
as usual the supply will not equal the thedemand thedemand
I demand demandMr I
Mr Hungerford and his sister MrsHartman Mrs MrsHartman lrs lrsHartman
Hartman who have been occupying occupyingMrs
Mrs irs Browns cottage since Decemberhave December Decemberhave Decemberhave
have gone to their home in Connecti Connecticut ¬
cut cutDr
Dr Palmer and Miss Hungerford Hungerfordwho
who are occupying occup ing Mrs Browns Brownshouse Brownshouse Brownshouse
house for the winter were capsized in ina ina ina
a rowboat off Weir Park during a re recent recent recent ¬
cent bit of rough weather The doc doctor doctor dottor ¬
tor undertook to shift his position in inthe inthe inthe
the skiff when he lost his balanceand balance balanceand bahmceand
and went overboard In attempting attemptingto
to pull him in the boat was capsized capsizedin
in deep water The boatman and his histwo histwo histwo
two passengers managed to keep keepafloat keepafloat keepafloat
afloat by b holding on to the boat and andthey andthey
they had worked their way wa to shallow shallowwater shallowwater shallowwater
water about the time Capt Russell Russellarrived Russellarrived
arrived to rescue them themCol tthemCol
Col John A Martin was a guest at atBlair atBlair
Blair Villa Sunday This was hisfirst his hisfirst hisfirst
first visit to Lake Weir since the old olden olden ¬
en days da s when he was a prominent res resident resident ¬
ident here He was greatly pleased pleasedat
at the palpable evidence of thrift and andprogress andprogress andprogress
progress and was delighted withbeautiful with withbeautiful I Ibeautiful
beautiful Woodmar which In its fine finegrowth finegrowth
growth of fruit and ornamental trees treesis
is rewarding the expenditure of work workand workand workand
and money mone which Mr Woodrow has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made the past few years yearsAt yearsAt ears earsAt
At the silver tea held by tie tl a La Ladies Ladies Ladies ¬
dies Auxiliary on invitation of Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs lrs Goodwin at The Oaks last lastSaturday lastSaturda
Saturday afternoon the t e handsome handsomesum
sum of 6622 was added to the chapel
building fund The lakeside was waswell wasweU w wwell as
well represented Mrs Woodrowsent Woodrowsent Woodrow Woodrowsent
sent the Chicago over over for a load of ofWeirsdale otVeirsdale o oWeirsdale f
Weirsdale people Mr W H Bickley Bickleybrought Bickleybrought Bicklebrought Y
brought a load over in the Mamie B BDr BDr BDr
Dr Henry reported with a large con contingent contingent contIngent ¬
tingent from Oklavaha and Mr Holder Hol Holder Holder ¬
der brought an auto load of peoplfrom people peoplefrom peoplefrom e
from Oclaa OclaaMaj OclaaMaj OcaaaMaj
Maj Carl Schneider is spending spendingthe spendinthe g
the week at Woodmar superintend superintending ¬
ing l ug the fertilizing of the extensive extensiveplantation extensiveplantation extensiveplantation
plantation of trees in the villa and In Inthe inthe i ithe n
the nurseryMore nursery nurseryMore nurseryMore
More than forty fort people gathered gatheredatThe at atThe a aThe t
The Oaks on Wednesday night fiom fiomaround fOmaround f faround m
around the lakeside for a porch porchdance porchdance porchdance
dance The weather was delightful delightfuland
and the launch parties had a glorious gloriousmoonlight gloriousmoonlight glorioumoonlight s
moonlight ride on the lake lakeMrs lakeMrs lakeMrs
Mrs D S Woodrow entertained in informally informally Informally ¬
formally at tea on Wednesday nighin night nightin t
in honor of Tier guest Miss Valeta ValetaPotter ValetaPotter ValetPotter a
Potter who returned to Ocala on onThursday onThursda o oThursday n
Thursday ThursdayMiss ThursdaUss
Miss Sarah F Keeley Oxford 0left 0 Oleft 0left
left for her home on Thursday T ursday aftea after aftera r
a two weeks visit with her nephew nephewMr
Mr Goodwin Miss Keeley was for fornumber a anumber anumber
number of years superintendent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Indiana Industrial Reform School Schoolfor Schoolfor Schoofor l
for Girls and has long been promi prominent pron pronnent promirent ¬
nent in reform charitable and relig religious religious religious ¬
ious work workThe workThe workThe
The Chicago carried the Woodrow Woodrowsand Woodrowand s
and the Goodwins over to the delight delightful ¬
ful beach and bathing party which whichMiss whichIiss whitMiss h
Miss Grace P Willard gave near MrBickleys Mr MrBickleys
IBicldeys Bickleys boat house on the south southshore scuthshore scutshore h
shore last Tuesday afternoon afternoonMr
Mr r and Mrs lrs Lawrence Jones and andMiss andlliss an d
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Miss McMann of South Lake Weir Weirdined Weltdined Veirdinel
dined at The Oaks on Tuesday lastand last lastand lastand
and renewed acquaintance with MisKeeley Miss MissKeeley lIissKe61e s
Keeley whom they the had known in In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
dianaMr diana dianaMr
Mr r Charles Cullen and family spent spentSaturday spentSaturday spentSaturday
Saturday and Sunday at Argyle Cottage Cot Cottage Cottage ¬
tage Woodmar They entertained entertainedMrs entertaineMrs d
Mrs Irs Lanier and Miss Lanier of NortCarolina North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina h
Carolina CarolinaMr
Mr lr and Mrs rs W Yo R Goodwin leavetor leave leavetor leavetor
tor their home near Chicago on Sun Sunday Sunda Sunlay ¬
day da next after a stay of a little over overtwo overtwo
two months monthsThe monthsThe monthsThe
The season is closing with unprecedented unpre unprecedented unprecedented ¬
cedented gaiety Beach parties danc dances ¬
es teas and receptions recel Uons have followed followedone
one another with vitbalmost almost bewildering bewilderingrapidity bewilderingrnpitlit bewilderingrapidity
rapidity It has been the gayest sea season seaI season season ¬ I
son around the lake in its historyWORDS history historyWORDS histor 9 i iI iWORDS I
WORDS TO FREEZE THE SOUL SOULYour SOULYour
4 Your son has consumption His Hiscase Hiscase Hiscase
case is ishov hol hostess less These appalling appallingwords appa11ingwords appallingwords
words were spoken to Geo E Blev Elevens Blevens Blevens ¬
ens a leading merchant of Spring ¬
field N C by b two expert doctors doctorsone
one a lung specialist Then was wasshown wasshown wasshown
shown the wondeful power of Kings KingsNew KingsXew KingsNew
New Discovery After three weeks weeksuse
use writes Mr Blevens he was as aswell aswell
well as ever I wuold not take all the themoney themoney themoney
money in the world for what it did
for my m boy bo Infallible for coughs coughsand coughsand coughsand
and colds its the
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of desperate lung diseases on earth earth50c earth50c
50c and 1 Tydings T dings Co guaran ¬
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DOBSON DOBSONSTAFFORD DOBSONSTAFFORDlr STAFFORD STAFFORDMr
Mr lr J Clyde Dobson of Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonvine ¬
ville and Miss Mary L Stafford ofWeirsdale of ofWeirsdale ofWelrsdale
Weirsdale Fla were quietly married marriedin
in St Augustine March 17th 17thThe 17thThe
The ceremony was performed by byRev byRe
Rev Re Martin of Grace Memorial Memorialchurch Memorialch Memorialchurch
church churchThe ch churchThe urch urchThe
The bride Is a daughter of Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs E L Stafford of Weirsdale buthas but buthas buthas
has made her home in Jacksonville Jacksonvilleat
at the residence of Mrs W L Lamp Lampkin Lampkin
kin She Is a trained nurse of ability abilityand abilityand abilityand
and Is possessed of many admirable admirablequalities admirablequnllties admirablequalities
qualities which have endeared her to toa toa toa
a large circle of friends friendsMr
Mr Dobson is a foreman in the theprinting theprinting theprinting
printing establishment of the H HW HW
W B Drew Company and Is popular popularwith popularwith
awith with all who know him himWhen himVhen
When the friends of Mr and Mrs MrsDobson MrsDobson MrsDobson
Dobson learned of their marriage they theyplanned theyplanned theyplanned
planned and carried out a delightful delightfulsurprise delightfulsurprise
surprise surpriseThe surpriseThe surpriseThe
The couple remained at home last lastThursday lastThursda
Thursday Thursda evening expecting a callfrom call callfrom callfrom
from Rev and Mrs Hanscom HanscomEarly HanscomEarl
Early Earl in the evening a large num number number number ¬
ber of their friends gathered at the thehome thehome thehome
home of Mr and Mrs Lampkin next nextdoor nextdoor nextdoor
door bringing with them many man beau beautiful beautiful ¬
tiful presents for the newly married marriedcouple marriedcouple marriedcouple
couple coupleThen coupleThen
Then Mr and Mrs Dobson weresent were weresent weresent
sent for and came over to receive the thecongratualtions thecongratualtions
congratualtions of their friends as aswell aswell aswell
well as the more substantial tokens tokensof
of their good wishes wishesThe wishesThe wishesThe
The young g people were the fortu fortunate frtunate fertuhate ¬
nate recipients of a large number of ofgifts ofgifts
gifts including silver cut glass liesens lin linens linens ¬
ens bricabrac bric a brac and some handsomepieces handsome handsomepieces handsomepieces
pieces of furniture furnitureDuring furnitureDuring furnitureDuring
During the evening delicious re refreshments refreshments refreshments ¬
freshments were served and all
pres present vresent ¬
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ID RATHER DIE DOCTOR DOCTORthan DOCTORthan DOCTORthan
than have my feet cut off said M L
Bingham of Princeville Ill But
youll die from gangrene which had
eaten away eight toes if you ou dont
said all doctors Instead he used
Bucklens Arnica Salve until wholly
cured Its cures of Eczema Fever
Sores Boils Burns and Piles as ¬
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POLITICS MAKES NO DIFFER ¬
ENCE TO US USBut USBut USBut
But if you are lokins > for the best
section in which to locate come to
Marion county Florida where lands
can be bought at from 250 to 25
per acre according to location and
improvements On these lands we
raise from two to four crops per year
and hence do not have to consume in
winter all that we can lay up in sum sumo sumafe
mer merIt merIf
It you ou afe are skeptical visit the Ma
rion o County Fair December 16 17
and 18 1908 and see for yourself
For further particulars address
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didnt fool when he paid Js is inaugural inau inaugural inaugural ¬
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not tho slightest sliFbt slightestprejudice f ru 1 prejudice or orfeeling orteeling orfeeling
feeling i haL ai sounds mighty fine fineand fineanI fineand
and anI L i ioubtless the proper thing for fora
a public man holding Mr Tafts po position p psltion position ¬
sition to say but nevertheless thewhole the thewhole thewhole
whole history of mankind shows that thatamong thatamong thatamong
among the deep dee ineradicable univer universal universal ¬
sal instancts of human nature is thatwhich that thatwhich thatwhIch
which takes the form of race preju prejudice prejudice prejudice ¬
dice or feeling No man of any race raceor raceor raceor
or clime can escape it and while the theenlightenment theenlightenment theenlightenment
enlightenment and breadth of view viewwhich viewhich viewwhich
which result from education may pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
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