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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00462
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00462
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Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

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d.' : ;I'> ;Ii 1 in i/.rt::i.i.l in it;" <:liir.:",i. I F*** *
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The Boston Store
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II:> :I'.nn; l II> I .I- -t c, nrerpieoe. Darken, the i>.o ;
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I air' 4s ,* ,ni_ !i., r cauu[ : ,"I! \ih Ci' ; aan- used tor il'n'a!!! > lie suet

t .11111b: .ld.1 Iilti:' Hllo t i a"ijiiu, : : in- .. .i! '.- 'I!.. he .' .! \iol.-t i 1 Lab> riiilion around tach t tl ,>
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''I \ :.int! 'L.-' aii iru/ a ."..-:< 1. -.H: a- >iu- i ,ii! .n : ; {'ai DEALERS: \

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hold' :UL I.a '.1 \\"h a trarnit.h of hard! hoiii'du, :-
I 1".1 II 10.''I 1-< I > >Ml AllSs i P::. : Hot Water Apa oatus,
>!it' w .1- r? ii< r I \ palatable: !: etrir L1Lg K. which i is r.o\\ House
-iit ...1 1GS l.a. : Lit. lIa- Furnishings
.1 .1 t iiiii al! -.iln'i" I 1\. ir- Il.ot! \viih! ( nt ,ihe! tise ot :an.* -\>irv 1 Wash Basins, Closets! ,
Hili" 'J: :.. 'II ally .. : LIiii: !
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r-... .!. -u.-u,; a '1101: : ;11:. Roofing Tin FURNITURE, STOVES. CHINA! ; CRO CKERY. LAMPS RUGS. CARPET.
: ILUih .. 1111 : tii' "' .trd may he served t theaiii..- \va\:
\\ ,- I ,I I-i:: lao ,' 11'I,. IH..' !I. :; MATTINGS. LlNvLEv 1S. BLANK ETS. LOVFORTS TABLE AND
l"-e \iolet/ de.-iitned napkin an.l! doll t > Tin.Guttcrings
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Ii' li>lll ,1. wll- ..olt--hadeM may hiruna:! from I ilu," I Harness( Saddles Satchels Etc
u(.' :I. .r.tti.i i jr-f, i 11 i.i.ii.nm nu -. t a-i! ] Trunks
10 -' ::1" ill-: .1I1t1! Hilt ; ,-, .al";; 10 ach coiiitr oi iie! lalil.! ,1.I:> titlt1tf's fllrJIi..Jli'd IIn a1)lii" ,
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i '.d : : i 11 an : i. A TRIBUTE TO BEAUTIFUL LAKE .
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A Ut : ::1' d; : ? ::: :I\'a;,;t. 'I'inar. "
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'!'v: I :' .'1 ," \If 'Ii.! i' nittl! ,'! alI ;' March 'J. I! o7.Kditir >

: .11' t. !-." AI..1 I all!! : ih.ai .- Ptllal.: Ira iiiE r.'rht rt is no plactconi'arailf > .1. i ; \ ', )! ) : If': \ i'1" i 'I\ II' '" ,,' I'I 1,1, S

". I' tltt.! i.aci.! ht'1.. : I '. !hat', ti''iit; II a'a': ; in UiKe V.-ir. I I.iiveij oil I EV SCOMPANY > I v: : .t.: l i'l I i i i! I i'i i : I I" t1' I 't
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.. 11"h. tr-s ai Sianton for iiv-
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parlor Iii ttl m'llffl'lao!
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1 ', r auuci: "'It' \\aisr S':. : 'Ii-! Qjr. .I I pio-h01 l \11 i' ,r ::rt> Tii! *> heauty and romance( ; 1 h.: WOODMARSANDCO.

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i i'U' Ini-- ":\<<<-n if hf had I"". ll"l': III" t I :ill Iwr imru, \1. i..;> old ;iJaI(> neigh: hor. E. Stafford:! 0 SIO.OOO

,t A :, .i\m\ "- '.1. :!::.aiu ill !ihi< l'1I01! 1.11.! : : a\mg-: !! M..i: I im-arnatioii!: o If :a.id.,! when the soft (juier light, of tin pllc1ir: ; g Base Ball) Capital -

.1 .'III .tL! ; : :ur.wa... in > reason It'a'11'' -.<- sun came to waken in.the! music oi It-aii-r.. in LIL V--r: -1'f i lIIL't'fllrd', I I.: .
I 'I.'J'' Cara! ? 'i! r.. -he porch aniiuitit .1 1 Goods .
"'\hll',1 i, tit his h.vd in this he cooin;: doxv and ihoekin: r: liirt ,
: idIay 'ih': s.nt,, >. Ca'r.1' : '-1 }{uii t !d liu i ,r I I'--1-: : I'1't I t I a I..J \ 1\
'11 and ovcrwlieimins jn rfume!! of ot-.in;i.ilossotiis Full line of Pest Cards
:' 'li ,1\ .'JHiiy. ;: ar''t d! in thti t t. I. '
\ iI-.t! > lilt distilll'! '. aecrjty: "j; n.ade we wonder htHI i L.ni!i'' ) tiling : 'I
aid Albums
i 1'u. i iu" 1 ir :': :i''t r insiinot fur orlcr. "Ynu'il lu (SUM! ". ;fl-t! -. I'm nut a never iieeti ho eiarned! )befoiv. \\',;.

,. 1' -111111 iuiWll : r. isi.I! lijig up )proppcrsoi: .tI! I Ki'nu Tha have lt: en all a 1\l IHI. and ? ;ik-t'- is IK) All kinds Statioreiv AW A.NNV\. WvW ,J

-i.iiN-ri: 'i! u. ttspiR-rh: on ilu- halt: a wo! f had a ( !lId> sound: pan of the :lake: wiih. .:;! i i1 i a1'antac i "

-.1' I I'n her asuunsilniifH'! : : she IIU'r:-> ''" and its charm litii; the trim nut'h;

:i'i'-d: a .flier ldrfss-il tn !herself.! "Oh 1 Ih'I' titan! h. t'lst. i tii'i d fold, tlianie:! oH j.-alousies of t\x.-n esiLE+>3+163404444E4 rrteeete 4a

.> i It.w. postmark of St\: rat davs h.! titiftinj! ; OIK--. !j'iH! \ HilI Lit; nade ie ty y'.-.u'" au:::> ha ,'L! L ii--en haad.-d,: do MI .

if !Ht-r u.iiiiiation: : al! it > not hat'uL! : ...1 h said ir u.adt' "nuiililins 'n and the never ro.silt.tlinot. knv.x\ny: | We are receiving J. T. LANCASTER

t i..u iltliu-ivd waswal'owod:' if haid." that I bait
i t : up aia acquainted! than t.1!

ii het ,-surir| : at its (" '!II..pts Hi>l.ert !laughed irre>j! rtisiThroigh began !o tell me [ :,3: e _2lar'- of liJ new goods daily : Groves Timber Lands Large

'uh! d 'ar. its UK) fait I i.> !d ihemk the open! vii 1ov came .'. sun takes awax aii! .allies!: on the Ki.iside ; + Orange ,

"w' Hut! I Ihi afraid th! < \ wu1't !like Hurstow'a (';r'ar .( 4'1111 louts."Thert : : ;. : that the nurin: ide i N so c-il-i i t Give us a call Bodies of Land suitable for Colonies

Ik'li! -:!'iiful souiht'rn as inosphrre -. thai :o.Ihs '.\ouderfii! ;:! :!> !I., that! orans \\out! ;irpiw. and I That in, a 4t

.nil"I'h'y! I Wo11ttl' deli dayv.iM. -* It.1', Why. III. ilu--! -.a.- .:i jt !. u f. -"Vi.; ide i> too far f--iu rie! railr: ad e

!. ihi:. ft-rvitv ---- mil. uhf the! piano Ilia't.at ;..' -i; ::* a nv.ritieu -. :.;. i'c.. Tty: didn't It'!': ue 'Lj/ t::4t't ee Call ',1' iifl'i1---!

h ; t 1.1"! Ktil'tit! j is <-\1I1\31"'In rapiilly'! oneii: > 'h}:, '.. .ttr would! not put o.u fir.' on

,. ::uvx IVihaps I .btll l he able; to r- "Lee," b< _.,1: ; .1 ;'. 'our side" : -r aii!! the.-1('hei! : i THEUS-Z GHRY GO. : J. T. LANCASTER
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.1" \ \ oil now and then of our arda.M i.-relfvance. \ .' ?.:.-,.- ..re on the: ani" !ievt-1. :In spite'a e

> (!lilts as nurse, hy readingo nuu-h I lo\ t. > ou. tha' I burr !"\> \ of tKaaraise! ; for Lake! \\'.- ; t nCALA. FLALAXDS.
; t "Ttia Furniture Man. : 0 Broadway I r.
'.111. Wr> |jroier.| I'm sun' Martaif UK; It .r .1 '..ontiiu.; ." (.K'aiu; T i.' > in for ;us knock: ; as ;i

alias was Ih'li;htiul." ,ohsorv ..t'a'1._ !1- .; happt'! > i l'o d! I 1.- 1\ < ; V. .r :iied! the concert ai; !l..c':: .

Mrs Silsbee. and there was a n A >L. < ,t..; > i \i 1; .. ; ,.i. : :'. \a: -'i-! .. no -noner had ,. rH se e.e4is33e+t..9.

!Slii in tit r ttt'S. The stage was ..' ..1 ' ..i.: .{ Y.. .-. ? of our r 'si.i!* n<- ; 1 h. r :

'ling up th- driu and in a num.-. :. -" : : tt '. !. >. ,- in to tr'!! alto,,: ur-alaV .

1...r >ou's \oit-e sounded on the porch! !because I Iva.< a gu<,d housekeeper! o r had water, had,! health dirty .- : reets M. J. ROESSWELLOW If vou lii\f laii. l > toil A'i >ii to ..II.$ iU8T for
( "That's the finest dri'.e I tan r.-- :tads xo-.i "-oi'.forai': -- II!' ant 'hotiL.li! ; : air.., :nc tha"! : it is a fin.a :
I t" Imy i iaiul-f ,r fanning. ; raain .
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nu'inher' My. but you v ino ,: uh.n! f'linc:::: .: ( !'.... ': ..-;=.. -.- ;I. 'fiat he Ii.! ] V.ui

that leader starte! o'- I H..M.-! Kc; :' ;iau'n: -, >:;'; :.,J' :.'- n .' : 1"! '.. t all PINE' turM-ntinii| < T lunib-r purjM M ",

tJu .e horses frori, v\.t. : ,' 'I.. such dan;- '.. ; \'j!i- .: I i... : ,- vn here.

I tit' fairly good > i r: < > '; it doesn't ,. : ts people LUMBER Write t, .

\ Otl. moth! .-r" You really should] ) have difference." he said. esi-enaiiy rt'< oldr im.-! .-. aI I r' &a D)I'

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.11 nu.x! -is''K-r 10 1a:1: [II" :: !in r '. ?" .., .rv"n Room a.tiJl: II'iitr Hlu'k BLOUNT

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A FLORIDA HOME. i:i plane of higher altitude than the "bal I hops I and makes it seem in reality the ..I OCALA HEIGHTS GOLF CLUB. !I ,j 1'8 -.1 L"' = t----- J".fJlfl _M )
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By }I rs. Wai. Sinclair, Candler, Fla.) I It is hei high privilege to be a moral Park hotel, one views a beautiful pan- i "'n ten for the Woman's edition 0j !
= <(The< following poem was read by ,' and an intellectual agent, whence, ''orama-mountains looming up out of I j The Ocala Banners I I FURNITURE FURNITURE! i ii
the author at the exercises of the ,free from political bias and untarnished the distance, encircled by halos of 'Away from the noise '

I t Chautauqua. at I Lake Weir t by partisan corruption, shall irradiate clouds, and nestling among the beautiful i. i Away from the dnst. I
beams of enlightenment by which structures evidence of the march And away from the din of the town: -

Let mortals roam wter'er they will under Cod'b favor coming generations i of progress and man's inevitable am I. The one place that helps me. i Smith & Roberts '
Neath sunny skies or regions chill; may be instructed in all the learning bition. From worry protects wend i
;. Sad be their way or bright their path. tnat imparts moral discipline and Beautiful Biltmore house, the estateof .-\ the pain of my soiniw doth iI
; Whether they frown or whether they mental enlargement. George Vanderbilt stands in its drown. -
laugh. ,: It is only necessary to remember the magnificent solitude afar in the dis
ever and anon, their word and thought : literary triumphs and renowned tance. Kenilworth and Victoria Inns Oh, come to -the golf links. :
Will stray and speak of some loved scholarship of Elizabeth inchbald, Lady :lend their beauty also and many other I And play on its green, I caia Furniture Co. ,

t spot ; ,1 Huntingdon Mr*. Hemans, Han ,| splendid structures conspire with Oil, come to its wide open anus, : II
Where a wife or maid, boy or man. nah More, Miss Edgeworth, Mrs. ,|I these to make this spot one of tb..1! Us green fields invite you ;

i t Life seemed a joy where no .Iregs ran. 80Wt'niIIelrs.: Browning and Geor- i I most beautiful pictures in the Breitixwk Its shade trees: await you ; I.; ,_ H 4
I Here in the cool piazza shade I sir, ge Eliot for woman to assert that her ., of nature. 1 Its oaks and its pine lu.-s Hnd!
If In dreaming thoughts that quickly flit, ifaculties are equal to all the axactions The Battery Park hotel commands j I I palms.It I

, To thee, dear friend!, in the distant imposed !by the arts and sciences. .en entrancing view of the surrounding-! When j need of
land ;:These and'man others have won ::country Here one might well spendhis seems such a pity i II; in (lilYthing

And wish this faltering pen and hand ;,;:emolmument and distinction as writ- : hours: of ease, contemplating the !! To stay in the city : i
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l Could some happy thoughts as a picture ) ,'n;. poets, painters, astrouamers and ; wonders and beauties of nature, and Oh, take a few hours from cat it week, I in our line:
blend teacher | have food for thought in magnificentpleiititude. : And breathe the JIll 1',' ;aii. I .

Of my Florida home, a"it'\\' thus; Susan Freeman's ingenuity of plan in the marvelous picture You will always find! there rAnd I gei our 'ICs : : \t
send. and vivacity of dialogue, it is said :i presented to his view. On tiring of which vainly in ,t.tvui > .>u \\HI lOUR ;

The sparkling waters of a lake soi! won the prize on a Latin thesis against ;natural splendors turn within to the i iI seek.If ,
clear, i j seven professors at the I'niversin of i gem man has set amid all this SIIt'Il'I I IJ
Save where queenly lillies proud heads j Bologna. !dor. The "Red Room," now of no you !seek, you will find.
rear.Backward \\'oll an'' especial tact and preeminent I|mean fame, is a genteel rendezvous < Always bear this in mind: i MOTTO IS TO PLEASE !

from kisses of the lake. times.for communicating instruction ,i for ladies as well as gentlemen, whereone Have faith your ft'wartl111 be greater r! .
naturally appoint her to the i iI Let the aim of life [
your
Upstarts the land and shadows makeHuge may partake of a social cup and ,.
I 'k ,;. !iG :l'fXi.-_ :;& l = -f 1
schoolroom, academy and Her Both he golf and wife
college
live oaks, whose mossy draper pass a few pleasant remarks or one: I your
gray.Dancing gilts faculties and I inclinations all I may dip deeper, Les (\crsaxioues, t i I And a love for the allwistCreator,
woodbines climb! to kiss unite harmoniously for imparting in. and tell one's real name. The color
away: I structtou.Woman's. J scheme is the rich red of wine, so- Commence then tomorrow. |
And towering high in regal pride. rights, then are not political leered 1)a touch of black woodwork 'Twill drive away sorrow: : <.e....0....1....1.11+.J.e4-.......04i.1111111111.rs.11
Magnolias show white blooms open I but educational and her sphere altogether conducive to warmth and j Just learn how to hand) the clerk. e
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wide. |of action pertains 10 the disseminationof good fellowship. Adjoining this is an ; And your eye Will he brighter.And I irs UP TO YOU ii
Follow the undulations of the land. : solid virtues.Woman unique little den, quite suggestive of i your. steps will he lighter i
See our vine piazzaed cottage stand. I is competent to the enjoyment nature, called "The Log Cabin.: In'' If you play tu I'll one name per \\t"< !h.i. ; .

Around are flowers of southern clime I' of all her rights when she is one comer is a captive still, a relic otmoonshiners --. K. II. 1 uti
Rainbow butterflies seem pressed for qualified for instructing the young mall and a gentle reminderor \ h'1the goods and the prices, if you wa
the ennobling branches of edttca- 4

So quick lime they fly from rose to line t ion. revenue harmony officers.reigns here The-quintessenceor in the rustic G. S. SCOTT : 1 a nice Vehicle of any kind i ,

., and myrtle, now we'llr And she dignifies the office of her the walls, ,
By jassamine I logs forming ceiling and :
Q wander, sphere when she inspires( thoughtsthat in the dull fur and feathers stuffed I o FARM WAGON, TURPENTINE WAGON

t I. Bananas, figs brightened by an ole- stimulate to high resolves, noble beasts and birds natural to this sec .f f
and that or anything that has wheels.Harness ;
t 0.4 ander. purposes womanly graces tion. A dangerous looking wild cat I
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Floridian's be influence purity of thought and holiness with wicked is INSURANCE Ii 1
A pride may now seen: a eye (poised ready to I )
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," t1 Our orange grove in rows darkly of life. MRS. E. L. CARNEY. spring upon his prey. A hawk withoutspread !I _. 1: .t 1 I tit
green wings and vicious beak' ,
!; J Save where'the new growth's tender -- --- -----, swings harmlessly in the breeze. Near i i South Main St., ; :4 '

t J shoot t t * a door hangs a huge hornet's nest, and! t Or good set Harness, in fact anything made of leath-
I; i f N Makes light on which eye delights to i AT ASHVILLE. gazing upon it one voluntarily speculates i
i OCALA FLA. ': | er. Its to to see us if want 10 i :
1 l look.Beyond S tit 3 t t i s i i S on the advisability of a hasty up you you

Y 1 the grove of blossoms sweet. Asheville, N C., the "Land of the ret reat. ___ H : t. save money. Our line of Whips and : i
'! ... The forest stands, a guardian meet. Sky"-appropriate truly-yet thereare As we emerge from the "back to naj j i_ '"
With pine and oak strong and fast: I mountains in our own America ture" habitation night is closing in, Lap RobeS is the most complete t ;

; ?1 Prepared to wrestle with each angry that raise their hoary heads many the dark haze has enfolded the mountains H. W. TUCKER Ie ever seen in Ocala. Call or .

'' blast. I miles above these, yet seem less entitled silent sentinels eternally' : .
I;( Friend: do you wonder if my joy to to any title to express their guarding their store treasures, be i it'? write ti'<. i 1

complete, I heavenward) aspirations. Possibly because what you will, hidden wealth, dreamedof Everything : i : ;
1. Sometimes I dream here, we once of the extreme clearness of the yet unfotind birds, beasts or human :
a t t more meet. I atmosphere along the great Rockies,: soul A mighty cloak of darkness I: KNIGHT & LANG ;

t. I pledge you with mirth in a bumper one has the impression that heaven I i falls gently over all the land and Electrical i i +
t' of wine is verily afar off while the heavinessof a million golden stars keep watch! OCALA FLA.RIGHT ; i
I f That never was grown on banks of this atmosphere causes clouds to !i over the "l(aml of the Sk>"."-Marianne i f[ i
the Rhine, settle around and above the mountain Bell. i iI I I Phone 300 ;.i"I 101...IId......1.11...... .1............1.1....11111 ; :

t From grapes darkened 'neath Florida's I I : ;!
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Ripples the lake, sparkling in silvery '

.I .\ spell sheen of content, breathes from the- i / T ) ) i "
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The aptitudes of woman are indices 41 : 4 4
to her prerogatives.i These fit her for + 4
the multifarious offices valuable and : rrtJ c:, rt. 1 ) 4

exhalting to the human family. 41. ( .: D /
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Physical organization does nut fit I V ;" v r i
woman for the championship where i /' ? J :i

the tomahawk the Enfield and the j .+ 4 4
sabre are the instruments of arbit :
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, Loveliness of spirit is woman's scep r o 4

tre, and this badge of authority she i LU 4
j cannot afford to lay aside and strugglefor _
ascendency where scramble jostle hi. 4t t
and riot are the factors that ensure i I '( v lJ i j

preferment. :e
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abilities are equal to military \, .
strategy, and her physical courage -, .. s 4 4

to deeds of brilliant heroism. yet | H : 4
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genius should by preference, display : 8 : :

1 r her excellencies of character. j Cl) s
I Charlotte Corday and Joan of Are'I I f j

: entitle woman to all the admiration q
i that belongs to daring and heroism I .l
; and patriotic sacrifice; yet the natural < j
proclivities of woman unfit her for i i it

P partisan atrocities and battlefield i'X'j I : ;] i ;
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actions. i I II ,yIA \ ; -J : ,
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The sword, dripping with Lii
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r the field of carnage, colors not the I
chaplet that dignifies the brow of woman 41 H ;te : l I J
t or that adorns: womanly gravity !, : / !!
" f. and womanly graces. ,' zrr 0

i. Woman surrenders none of her valuable -
I t rights, when to the Caesars Napoleons < i I'
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f :' she concedes, Washingtons the prerogative and Jacksons.of marshalling I!! Q

armies. The physical apporjlionments i F FI
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t' -{ them lions.with Nor any additional do the privilege American lustre that when ladies would they give part accord ';!: i > \ td I :i i I II I j tt


to men the exclusive political
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t The journalistic gentlemen assure;;' : 1 l J. J 4 I I ;
us that the flowers and fruits of noli- ;!, o 41 .
r- tics aer plucked alone by fingers of
, bribery and corruption. Therefore' : \i {CD't
emoluments '
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political life are procured : i :
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i which woman cannot manipulate : r--'] : .i :

I .P without her degradation. tt
Whatever difference of opinion may :
t t* cherished concerning the pam '! / .
i most to be blamed in the eating of1 I It's j

F the apple in the Garden of Eden, the f
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fact that man restricts to himself the ,, J/4
"ballot box" is to properly aspiring \ 4a
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I lion as is the chivalry that restricts C'\ 1
I : I to himself the "cartridge box." When j I
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motives shall have sway, then, and !I : / : .
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1 in politics without detriment. 41i41$4 v Y '..It .

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1 i t i i t i i With characteristic zeal he set to | 'a t i i t i i # i i i i t *1 {, The court room i is l finished in bo.r I. $ 44 i
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I'-v Mr LILTS. work, and! early in 1503: secured the :I< OUR NEW COURT HOUSE-IT green, something entirely new and is 'i THE MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL !- I .
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.Weatherbee. appropriation necessary to purchasethe IS A BEAUTIFUL STRUG- *1 soft and, agreeable to the sight. Tbj i I'" WHEN AND BY WHOM I.I.I' ..
", site for the building. TURE. '* other rooms are handsomely finished FOUNDED. ev .
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The 1't! chosen was the south half in Flemish oak. 3 3 3 a i s i 1 .
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1 i n l -1 i atl"| m ,hl smWi of block 5S, commonly known as It Is Built of Genuine Indiana *1 The dome is a splendid piece of architecture The need of a county hospital to .

j "d Ua:' v..i .,uiur\' anlh {t,', Dunn's park and this was conveyed Stone and Is One of the Handsomest *' : and sets off the building be located in Ocala, had long been 'l .

'| I. ... I.' nowdrojH in theH'MnMl.i 10 the United States in December Public Buildings in *'. most symmetrically. The bell is of the urgently felt by the physicians: practicing -i' : -:- THE i :- :
: 14')3; by the owner, J. F. Edwards. Florida. *; best material and weighs appoxi- in the city and vicinity. Various .' i
m 1.. .1 j .lr.: parkman succeeded * * ,- * mately one thousand pounds. plans had at different limebeen *

; 1.11t.- b(1.( I.. va-r! ....,1 1... ii. getting $XOII-IH appropriated by'' It is with genuin pleasure that the I The projecting columns are niassive I discussed without and practical I r-> >

I'nLItt<< ; \ "III beat "io he incomlli congress to construct the building. Women's Easter Edition of the Ocala! and ghe the building the appearance I suits.In Postoffice |

; 'id.-, Meantime it was thought best by ]Banner announces' that Ocala's new of solidity and strength The lSf'S or lSi>9. Dr. S. Potts Easton -
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Mir.i all.! s ? .rauht! and! tall. those who were active in the matter, court house is nearly completed and frcnT and rear entrances to the buili of Philadelphia located in Oca'a *

lldtttltlg 'I'w.., -. "., athey rise >"I' ; ;:,r eovernment should purchase i that the first term of court will! beheld ing are alike and the main entrance is as a specialist; in diseases" of the eye

Iud! laM)! anti! 11-.- t.e: > III! il'.' Mock and measures 1 1vtiv in it early in .lime. towards the Ocala House. ear and throat. Like other ph >:- !

\ t laken to secure tlie remaining i i.halt' i It is constructed of genuine Indiana I It is steam heated throughout and is clans he quickly realized II:, Drug Store
111 .1.| v. '-i ar.- amply pad.F.I : ; "Bedford limestone." is roofed with lighted by electricity. The buildingwas lack of hospital facilities. Havnm j

t tu'1; ,. i i"U I-.MUU (.r wh.-ther II has lequired home' time to ari i i tiling and from an architectural as planned by Messrs. Walter Cham- practical knowledge of hospital neck s ** .t
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raime thK but at the present writingii. sities. he took :tees: II) locate a bui-! *
'' \10. !Ip." .* ilia' vo i are tr.i--, mutter: has so far advanced! that ling suitaole for temporary piu\ ,io-i .- i l ,, ,,tfw V\A1V\l

.I i''' am : 11.'o\r! VMII!' a sn-ii in thenis!: i 110 longer douiit of its accoi'ipli.iiiniut. mess I > upper floor of the Baptist IVr: :2 'AAA ;:
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was finally 1':1: :> : .
i i! 'I 11 h. uva.-iiiy. department: at Washingtou ; was divided! by partitioninto: wai.- .
.'' :, b- on ,t.,-ini 041111 '. has the biisine.-s! in hand. ,
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:-\\y. :; u' \ J I anti flat;; -d up wish sanitary acerIll I Careful Prescription *
"> I" 1,1..l'. Ih.- ih ,. !j"II'{; day aliI. wi'hin: a"I'y short time, the1 t ies a woni t'rfuii1l1'1 time ; -
I I. .t' ""h l M.i-S-i ha-. d/dlt..I: l will become. the olvueri) t .
: i u'l I'nited! States ,I An appeal to tlu- !public! was lIil..j: Druggist *
i II., 1.-1. III a1!' ;ih t1Uw'i''. that! of i I' nit incp.;( block.] i iAs ; I!through; the Ocala! papers! for dona I .

"I. N :he mone I'.ir const: meting the i iI iig jtions! of cots, bedding etc.. which .
4 .j 11.8 I I u., r..-.- i 1a r""biu 01 1lt. 1:1': l I '11 .;;, has, aavt: I ly I been appropriat- I z' ; {i was generoush it-sponded to and in a .
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!" .. :Sidiu-y: aiii. r I ,'d I. Ilk onh further delay! in l ,-yin- -v short time comfortable iron beds wciv .

wilt! the work will! lie the n<'et-?,ary 1, also donated by different !'arll.',,; TinclMldrm rt .
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Ion !->r maiii'-r:: [.ians and awarding: ,-.'A'.', of the Preslnsenaii; :'umia.i .
FEDERAL COURT AND POST. tincontract.! ,, ts*. t U XI; \. school. (1( I believe made :a I'hii-iMia:: ........ +GG J t1e.....4....

OFFICE BUILDING. Tiiin: it i i- --at'.' u> ;;ay.1 il!! in- done M. 1 offering of one bed. iI |I..
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in tune for i r, auiug! ; ground: IHAI fall.! I I Dr. Eaf.l'IOIlTutl' a per-unt! a1; j I
II i iIMS nir df place! in ado>!'i! that ;I: peal to his friends at Philadelphia: ::111,}

lit :MM viar I IV'.". tinanise! an un- too much I co-iifiidaiioii! i can! -carcelyhe l: t!,|I !behalf! of this hospital struggling ,.nto'existence. : T, W, Troxler

ti''HiMI i .immiiit ol li'maiiou in tiit'ol- given i in Sparkman: ; iur .is'.j ; ,.1"1': ,' 'I

ial ri.iiiin 'lor !'insotithtnt district\ ci's-fiil effortin: thi.- !mai'< rThrousiho ;ij gEi i' Ar ? !j I A noble rl'l'olu'was gi\ en i its the ,

/ ,.1 I FI"rI'!". hn-i(1 afl..< ted tile people! !: it \l.e ha.- !I.... ii >!I :- '1l1 .I'i ,! 4 donation! of a complete! oiiiut ot rI| H. .1':hIUd1, i F.-r

.nut i hi- |iroH-ii| > of this section Ut1b. 11'-, i'atll in our ;atcrc.-i.; d.'i;: : >j! :: s. ruff f 1 9I bed linen, iowels\ and oiln-r i iiu 11 I i

I .tale |ih'ie :,11'1'j j :sriiiy I iiiV'- !hiii! 1F jt a : articles needed for the comfort of ".1 j Huyler's Candies
"I. !his Mat due to i I he great fivi-y.e: of ihc gratitude aid: good \. ::1 i <' Oci.-; li.-uts. ,

1 M.ai iai whtrh caused I banks I III fail 1 I I V The different wards were soon IM-CU (

,qui wrought lit --pn-ud romirert ial -- !pied by sick nan. and a colored woman FANCY FRUITS A SPECIALTY.
!1. ,1t"I, and I "Howvvn- ali! 'i. 'I' .
"II11/'lJIllllh shrinkage; in :\oii \\ lip! v.-as placed: as nurse anti man onm
i !i...i,-r' \ values. I Ai.trian.one! to 10111'.t." a.-,:" one. For a considerable: time I tin-

1 l. tyro\ of this ('tnditiontine th- lof Napoleon And his a1! \1 :r \\ ,ai woman did commendable work in South Mam Street

\\t'. iiii-n! inauutiratitl in that year "I i !inert the \.w: of tins.: .." Tl..1 iiia'i! caring for patient-I !both night
t ,bi\- a ti-rni of the federal court who learns :'hat .ritI"! i a a I: .> tin -. wa .. day. .- ..
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4 'i' Id! at < )(-alt Petitions were circi- ner. no differt!I nee what! !:i"' -uabout i ; ., :0H'R -' Hr. Easrletona: ciio.n! Ii r.-f pr-s

1 i.i'i-d, .,utl siKlted by must of the busir. I! I !.lO" ,. ident and in 1 that! capacitv! appollliI j jed I. \ ). ANDERSON
.' >- iiu-n of Marion and adjacentloiinu.s 1'0 --.40 a visiting: u uunttte- i.idii s representing
l.-tiers were writteii and : You ha\','u'! elbow-room Th's:: ( XFm"RT ] [OUSE.! the iliftereiu church" s of, the ,

/'ICII''i m rk iloin- by certain citizen* not'iing! ; .Make! a place for turn'.-..|it citv. They did good work. \1-11.1:1 Druggist and OpticianA

"t| Nal.t with ihe result that in IVti! ;, ii4 up the Iirdu i : soil lion-) a well;: veil as every other point of view, is berlain) : & Company! of :.iirminghiim! and giving; ctueriiu words to !ihej!

a hit! was infr
/ \.diin l ; for a session of the circuit! Uitipid.! {j The first floor will Inined" exclu- Company. of Louisville: ill many 11'a1 !hi-lpiim !to iiiak. th.Iaah | Complete Fresh Supply of ,.. tAU .
and ,1I..trll'l coiin.i! of t :>e 'ni! i d 1 + >+- *-;\-'J!lv for couiuy lime,'; and each i institiiMim a sucs..-, 11. 1 HUM,
I j Mr. CJeorj" M.e\a\| of thi- city.
/ $: 'al s in this city. There, never waa person: with'ienough ) room ;is lar e. comfortable and airy. Lest sense. ; Kinds.
\\a.- IIll'j! '. ; -nu: architect and !
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T Tin- iiieaMJi.provokid consilerab.oiHirition : .'- I II111115 ; ; to insure! succe.- it lion rincorridorn, run the full! 1"":.::: h, oiii1 ; At this stage of ifs f\-ii nee JI.-I:
I i it his anlll!
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gjiVt: pi r-ma supervision!
1 | | Inn! finally, in l.s'.ts.! became t work. If Y"II't'r ro'a.I I:; an:> anIlltUll : ;; I!I biiildiiti. ti! .- lloois: an- 'ih-i I and of I the im ihcal and siit, iiad: 11,1
throuir'i::' !hi- I1.!Iant! every detail
/ law > o.i miis.i' literalh "woiiway :- } ''Hlr i : In1 wainscoatinu is Kuaeiia; titn-' !I1. .''foniled b> the pii> -ic<.ili \'. ;t- 0I..t.. I IK'A I V FaA
aWl !lb.!; nios' miii'iie! item :in the conitract !
I \Vlu-n. a'tiT I h. i-i-iisiis I of lti-4.! the to ii i iI The si-eotul iloor coiiiuiiis hesidi i she 'gratuitously: so aiiMouwi 't i n i .
: :: hay beentrictly ob.red: and' .
t''apHir'ioiiiii.| i.i ot ivprrseniathvs/ in I _+ I I'! court room jury room.and a --alery. and all ol tin} in for I'! ;, "I", .- .
'disinterested paniesa that Ocala
* i nat ? ua\e Ftoiiila; an t'bhiional I |1,11'1\\ .-oiiifaint.! .- v\ ho pra> and\ 1 It is furnished! with opi-ra chairsui'l ; > the elllerplleTin
hit': I the c'ieapt'si! i builiKuu! for Its ;w
IIH mlii-r and M.irioii county !lI"l'allltn : be'ie\e;' j iti: 11.- bli's.-.fd' i i-fpiis'4.( all(! ii I the! bench occupied In, t the j'h'! !"" .' od! 1 :101.,:..: '. 'Mi! : ',' ., othIrllli.. Charles S. CulkaPHOSPHATE
lua! coal t.f an ia iiu.soiitn.. ii give.-
h| ,u' <.! 11.- tint, congressional disii. then make a dive for the storm-eel-', ilar s a handsonif piece of Wllr!.. There ;; !little/ acorns crow'I I-int t I hm.
mire satisfaction and all of our citixins ,
.. i Hmi S M Sparkman( waa>;ki t cry time ihe: cloud.-. hale a 1 linle: .J ire toil -t rooms: and all neci-s I are ,pleased! with il.I i
t\ i.'.i.tin ::111> appi'opr.aiiou! : l iHr the 'ini-a.-I I le.eThe: -. !I i iJ I i 1- now lieu' I Dr Kaal't'inind: :: I ; t I I i- .t

< .iii-' IKnii: ::11 lit .ta..t a pit'ihc' luiil..i .!- I -- conn room itst- f i is elliptic.! in I J I It is hoped that ihe! grounds will I... I, sociau- (ph\-ician.-: U'i. '. t i >. ; Mof ,I),! I 'I

,. : : .'11 n.-. ui! i lit.. |)o.iutici.ind! |I To !1'I-I. : a 1..oJ'l! i outmut: ie-ori to -.hapi'. which! 1 i"a'' | 1-1, l I.e 11.! ,' pivtiest 't- pci!! ill t'loroiiiih: :: I k." ping! with! !! tinbuilding. : iII" acosn'

I i IlI.1; | Stall's court fall.'hUOti.! I t form of architecture.! I ).11-::. Win' rl.'l'K! .
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i s s i a 1'he !L. C. Ava,; airmail or;all' mar future it is their illli'llIiUII 1 i to[ was organized! Apul( ut19 l "': <' : 1.tr ,_ .. ;

LADIES' GREENWOOD CEME- ;zed \\ ;irh: :111'Blrtol'.l: \P"+ Md i! -n'. Mr-. !bore a deep! well so thai there wi illaI, of the women of O< aa! !1.1' 'r,,:. ; i it

TERY ASSOCIATION. MeConai'iv' 'ra:-:u.r .in.l] .Mr.-. Hai always] be an abundant supply ofv 3- been interested in such wm, :11,-' 't, ,,l 'I.'. .' .
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ii> :ortltIyr ; It 1 r. inally the plan took shape ut. 1 i. r ''i.Fy !." .. '
One Sunday afternoon in the sun! I I'nder !tie i t.iix-UiI' and l >c.>nomioalIn : Nature: has done much to beautil leadership of Mrs. Richardl ".i<;," -

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meet in the Greenwood; ceine.erj; > Ct'llt"l1'a. ; :- Mion', ld!h' tl!L uin-d and I located on the crest and slope! of as;, The desire and aim of :tie' -.HI.- ..I I -i

The weeds were so high that only ih!le |hill in or') !'i i And lIi:i'\: tin !wait< t- who! inn I which! is dotted with moss dra p-is to promote luatutsto I .ii.l! ill 'I! a .. .. !.'

ladit>t;' hats could be seen above the:,ii. Mipeiuiitiid! t I'tin' \\lirE IIlowhat en oaks and! tall pines whose melairhoh enforcement of sanuai> law: IOKUajtify : '\ .. .1 1..

The walks and driveways were a :a lu'it ul'-an: task I ibn !Mrou-d; to l eDuriuir !: suit inni makes a soothing lull; the town : in short. t to d<> au;t !L. i I.' I r (I"
angle of sandspurs. vines and \\t--il- ; !inMIIHM: y''ir ut \lr''. IJurv l It\ for tin- lot*.d! oue1V'to '' 'I'{ thing to aid in allY way the IUUMIUn : <,f '.11"- \; .' '.

II would be difficult to find a fords adMiiitisttPi( : t i'.t': iiru.ui dritiw '- ; sleep b"IIt'arb their low srreett ;I a (city beautiful place \\tna: \ \ .!. t !, .. .

neglected and untidy place. The f," ways1'., pau-d. :'11'klft'll g, n'r. 'nt.s. {I hi bit with pride and! one in \, '.Jt t. .' I, ,'d'" ..f,
lots that were in order only eniplu! :aousilj ;viII i ::: the hnii i i'I:r t':.at pare { : !- \\':;ose curtains never outwai d shall be glad to have our i ,n:
., sized the disorder that reigned elsa !}tIS,'. swing." grow up and )live after us '" .'I'I
.A where. The third VKU MiMt: -r.:!M ilthy: I MRS. C. C. TODD. Mrs. McConathv was chosen f'-i. "

1 these ladies noticed th. electel .- aad1:1' had! .-. Togt.tht'r" .. ..
; Naturally; .1as pie>- tI'IIT! I president. tilt the oftu II i l> i 1-: "
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.. condition of the cemetery and I wot unew: vvalKb! iii(), m' !. !"t'-' grunt d i * 3 s s t there was a membership i IIf ;alt. 'I, ". :. 1I,' : .

dered if something could not be don if and stone pillars iiiuit! KM- n.allt! LADIES' IMPROVEMENT SO- I !paving a fee of one dollar ju ;t ., \ .

III ,, to i improve it. iaitrer iron gal"t! will: !10. ;.'lae- CIETY. I, This with the priHc>'ds of a h, .. III .i
Ilt- With this object in view. Mrs. ,1 I L Jed iu po.iitiun a- -,'h,1l as the arty de2. S 5--. * than, game. vva.tii..- niilvmm.; '.' ni :Mv .1 I'' ,' ':

J. (!erig. Miss Stevens Mrs. .1. E i livened iu Oc'aJ.t.! The Lad!..- Impr/ .'in*'nt Societ. ', come the tit-t \.'ar t '. '

:fl) C'hace, Mrs. Abson and Mrs. Harri s I! Many heautiMl i monUl: .1 !II have r t1 ..f 1 1 : ,
j \1 met at Mrs. Todd's on Fort King avt ebeen erected since! the IIr ;tt.on; t .. I A II.
': nue and decided to organize the \I.;lof, the L. C'. A. -- I \',
Q dies' Greenwood Ct' lt.'terrSSU('h IThe! L. C. A. has been Carr toun+ ...4.4..4.440.........0..44 .................0.....4... M L-- 't' I I.

1 lion. nate in dlitainiur! : : skiiied labor II' I'ar .:' .. I
A public meeting was held at th e fur the oen.titry. They fir h're:; -l l 4 '. t : \;
r'1i armory to which everybody interesi tMr.. Nelson: who hay In: t'xp.-r'! i ,'>-i", Dr. D. M. Boney V 1 H

t t. ed in the cemetery was invite aliroad as well! as jn the I ii'"l: S" :.,.- t 'I I InEEP .
{ .Ii At this meeting it was decided t u in landscape ar.ll'nin:!. X"W1 r 4 v: '. :

t !.\:1: finance the I. C. A. in the follow::sr! John Heini has char! of the >:i'> ,, Graduate Eye Specialist ; i.

't : manner: and the ir.uiK'o'i'pnt'.v!' + anti well y .:......!t' t
I' ; 1. Lot owners were to pay for th e kept lawnni: ( cala are m I-UT pi'("< -. o ':' \111. i:1: illl,

3 Q. care of their lots at the rate of 1?.", PDt test lI1l1uy !to his ahilr0 \ 4* Optical Parlor upstairs Gary Building, : ...

{ or 5o cents per month according t< Too nmcJi ( i iidit canno I In- ?ivtti III I f/.ICKJ"'G"
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,. : the size of lots. the ''adi';. \\i I. I have :Iran-!trned: thi- OCALA, FLORIDA. !

\ ; 2. The stockholders were to fin'- 'ReMini Place," front ttan\ i o-d : --' ::: -- ----..=----=-=--- .-. : .\ .' \
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I :;:. Members of the association wer, f \ i\nv tehts witli modern instruments reveal the! at''at' ?rtdl :
: if; lo pay an annual fee of one dollar r'o ir The maj.iriiv (.f the!i -ockhiid': 4 I
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,t 1, > the privilege) of belonging to the I.. have ('O.OjJt'l'alt'cJ'jth the I.. C .\ a M/ ". ; "

r'.f. A.The. in the muss cordial I1lanuXII! : oinv; : Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. 1i ....
',f i stockholders were represente! by Mrs. Thompson, Judge Itnl]1 I. Ue--pnm: the m-iu-ral ceuiettjv: in oi!'. A specialty mad of correcting eyes where others failed. i. ,.
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- Pursuant to a call from Major .J L lock. Neil Ail red. Hon. F. Io.. Harris. I+ was organized on the twentythird About the year luau: j t""'. > count "'\1'> iinissiouers ::..ull.llft.: .. <<< mM t{' .:

_ J. Russell, 01 Jacksonville, the stat e Cot Ives. John) G. Reardon.illiam OH January Z:.'n oi this year of :. of November, 1903. The meeting ; ,:if Mat( ion C/IIM: o, Thestite .\m"I.I.1 I. buUiH!! 11/ I

- executive committee: Confederate Veieran.s' t Hocker, Major Izlar Hon. HenrxV.. i ii jra< e, here passed away one oi the which was held in the rooms oi of !I'loi.i'.a.! at (the I lathe ; \ :':. .- ;.' .' [ ,. : S I II

Home of Florida} :nef in Tu'.i j' Long Itt't'. Carroll.! Rev. :i. V. >I Lolu"t hulauie ttuineu ol tat Anglo.L the public library was attended by ladies toxxn! if Ooia. ;.it i -. .1, itain II' '.. .! 'I't t

hassee. December lug IVD.: + bur rite puil I.Imst I.- AiKissoii! l 1x lodge ana VV. T.! u.u; .. ;;,. \ n l'att'l]ss :.1124 net a \101'1'1 S, ol representing all the churches in S I : :- t
l of devising the city. Twenty-nine became mem paif's of -M xi i.. .., \ _
tray sand means t,Usecure Aliout[ fifty or sixty ciosses of Hanoi) .'u..td.-:pula. Peuu., rue twuil Amna U' .
a home lur Laura aud indteen I have been !bestowed i hers and signified their willingness blocki 1. I1.. II. _'. ;1. in .," 11" i ivey I't.. .. ... .
t ( on nor.le;! XtrorI. trieuti. acs< sue \, as tieservedlyaneui ,I "
) / Confederate 'to rake up the work of the north! oi ,ii't. .
soldiers. ( ,,1. organiation. -' n :1 1. : i I. raa'
John of
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\ a member of r the {'onmlirr..t'>, '' The chapter! ( pays annual t trinuie! to ,gist' 'Aoauciauou: iu lie: vvunu The: aim and object of the society same to in* i nt !u u'I.. ,, ..t ', -

uu his his is: To help the needy of etery. ainiWhereas ,. .
return oureky ,
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d;. > placing.x.h: levi or li. rear ul tiu rt'.r;" and :SJUlAuiinais. ) -
the ladies of '; ; to cheer the sick and by kindly Th.a...! <. II "!.:.i. _
Ocala in yiu 1 i- rant hands the s>xxeet: ]i!:0\1"1.. ot !101\- I i> ro.l-, has :bjiieati; inrough ,
pathy wilh the movement, to ion remembrance acts to help each other and foster a sioners and htell l: !i- ?: I'> .! .I, ', tv
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association, to aid in do 'spirit of sympathy, good will and fra- lifgleCI Itl hax .' tl.. i, ,1- n ., \ .
securing fund;s, they forget in! die nuiunei to Mtcorate JL:: 1 r lUludJl'tl m cLiidiiMjtl a love iurluut' :
fur ibis beneficent teruiiy' in the Cels! Ot laild I .
object. tilt'I'av..s community.Mrs. XX ;ill tell Oil ali.l 1.I<< d'! J I'
of their depar.-! -ltNi cd ereatuies
0. ; iu Uie oiJ sluriuuralcat ;
Al a meeting of the ladies : Martha B. Lindsay, the wife and .' .. ,
Ih. held it workers. who '
1 endeared tlu-inse.n-s ,
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the parlor of the Ocaia House, February ,-1 (he chapter by l their of the Rev. W. C. Lindsay, former i Whereas. Pans ttt 1(' r. .
roniiul! t.>- \\as hi.rn. iit-r lataer, .xti. Warour (

'II' :.i;, ls'\! l. an organization wa:s, lion ami .'urhusiai: >min ttie cause. u jkiorns. xx,".s a dec'runaut oft pastor of the Presbyterian church, the i 2. 17 !have t.' i n .in.' a I iII! ,

formed with the leader in the movement for the orgauization : Used in!' !tl.. !i- ; ,. .
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oflicers i Eight of I.I' I.
: ::: these now sleep !n l ;,., Liimoiit. .vi.iii.s. a iijiuniti l"t ltJuial'
I, 11 rl'!. F. R. Gary, president ; Mrs. ;'Acre.I II ula':,. of cala chapter of IhrKing's aie ai till-; ill:.. xx i ,e'.i .Ii

Edward Badger : Daughters was elected its: first ,closuie and ,,, .
ice-president: Mrs. chapter is ) are m -s.i .1' i i.i I Itt IJ i
IThe now rnIt; tl in r.h i.tJ.Iing r.itirtu .xloiris, was as a child i

J. J. Dickisou, secretary ; Mrs. ,l.t funds to erect a monu.aeni ill xx,.tlih'U, ina. st-xtic punishment was president. I neglected! ( >.lId| n >: ,1 .

'. t U; .'iul..y, treasurer.As Ocala.. Mrs. Lindsay served as the president i- Therefore. We tin'nnl, i-i .: .. "' -, I
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a result of their efforts the OcalJ'I' d i; In and iu I of the society for almost three' :lies inuveil by coiisi i.!ii ia' m! Mlr I.
every age all nations; enilized o naun on tuimii" creatures, than on ,
' association, aided by a zealous suit. and ; years and to her interest and zeal in : afffdion lor ihe 1I1t'.1, i ii ,
iincixiii/.ed. lioin the! car "Il> otlie:' oiteuse. she llllglU Commit.

committee at Orange Lake, under tht. lest) periods of tiauUo.l; I.:,, n... .lull x-.eii sue needed this warning. the work is attributed the !success of : I i eloveii! .It at'!, ati'-i .i. .. :. It "

leadership of Mrs. William I l the organization here. Jrala l Hickson planted the
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had the pleasure Mrs. Helen Bittinger of the Episcopal : laud I ..
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contributing five oblivion the of : ctiuuty papti. i. '
memory the tiea !. The ji N. J.. seemed as an ap- .
; hundred dollars toward the purchase mounds, the catacombs! the : church, succeeded :Mrs. Lindsay I at the First Hap'1st .,; !.r'i!, O. .1., :;: f'n t i .1i 1
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t 1.1 iihiicsnip loi me hie stork she had j ;
of that commendable and much needed the mousoleum. the temple an.l ltJluial; ii.ady maiketl out tor herseli. as president, and she has rendered : i countv and+i > : ;v< a-! ': -s I. a !1" ,
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the Confederate Sol of I the bin ,. \lay. ; ii :-I. i < uor .
past are t.ie result! of !!- lue Idea oi a place, wnere "liouie-- ; .
diers' Home at Jacksonville. They alS4 forts tu the service since her election. The Ocala f ihe |>uiM..s'| "t ,1! ': /- 1\ cause memory ot the h ss amma's coiiid be kept, Ullul'HUt'S
> expended one hundred dollars i in dead to live. Shall ,chapter of the Benevolent and Protective c lorporatuiu :a t 1': 'I' -. < II
we not rear a in could be touud fur (agent
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:..\.- aiding a worthy veteran, who had been monument to the noble heroes xvho | Order of Elks has greatly aided and having; call* i \I 11':1".,. l; .. .
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:tey painlessly killed '
", V disabled by accident. leaving a small 1 by their patriotism was1 the King's Daughters, by allowing)) Gary: to the chair; ..W"11'.- .1 I .iia .- i ,,. t ,
valor and forti? e:Ir<} carried out, by this sympathetic ;
balance in Itly |them: the use of their hall for .
their the .{aisle !
treasury. In couneclion rule honor !" at- .1 s ( rM : I'uant.t. > "
I, : were an to tlvir country la in her Pine street home : ihouga.
with the above nientioued fundI while )living, and who in >semi-monthly meetings which has been xvilh tile! -'a, !i'1 -i > s- i I.
'h'ath1'II'j!
; ot course, :ill a limited degree.Litt .
beg leave to call to remembrancea tied the Mtcrifice and wieathed then ]leld continuously since the society u I f Florida/ in !-'wh'a:.., n... i '
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beautiful character who for several I' memories! with a resplendent halo .t.IiFAXX1E by the ridicule ot ( was organized. The work hat ideti, did adm1'" ar'c-;;. s of 1 inc. ,, ,_ .J.

-- -'O persons bet en materially advanced '. . '. .
hher good by generouscontributions i i ion \\I1:1'1: .. | 'ii. ::1. 1' "\ I'" II! F' : J.O \ \
R. JARY.. \ i(ho culled at her, as she xxandered <
made from time to

The Tive __ t rougH I the streets. picking up stray I:'tuiuais lime by charitably inclined ciutisDuring -.- -

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of the
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sets THE >'ie found! !homes for. many of (these
!; WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN }er it has dispensed charities to, n ,unvorthy ::

TEMPERANCE UNION. It in I cieatin.-s.. bur the majority most- \ indigent families: i 'i

'* '* '* '' i "- .> 'I.( cola, '.xeiv chloroitirmed, and binii -- living clothing food.
fw.dit-iljo :an !
lei,I at tile rear of tier !IOUtI'.
i Not among the least\ in !H.purl a.ln' mises.j j'IItU The scope of I hi''o..k s"(',, : ,
\\ ihe( xork of Miss Moiris bex
of Ih.OUlt'II'S orgaui/aiit I >n." !m tkai.l.: \ includes not only aid i < > 11.r. !' -" ; _\ ':"

stands the Woman's Chi is Jan Tru't! ('..me Kiiouii and iiiitiersttn, among j poo;. but visits are made and! d.1 ,..,'Zt" ; -** -;X*..4,S''' -

perance 1'nion. This 11111"11t,:. !fllr-! Ii; \xoiii.-n ot the city nilliieious enc,ies and flowers are sent t.i'i!'I -.' t 11 ,:?: -,! "- .1i 1 1 1or
"li,uie., lu-d her troui :
r. at tt'rSUIlS '
| and affiic' i5OllIfl1t1I4tj
ed ; (Ied. Literature .
in chi;; ells oxer I w.n'ar! :- ao.: lIaollfrihUlt'tl :- > I
:.out In close] their houses fur Ihruuuurr ( '
(' { '..w
and under the Uaders-hip oi! to the inmates) u: $3ssMn -iY..g-: ..

such noble women as .\1 r.. /Fan lorat": places in u hick toard I tonal } jail!, the alms house ,('?! !'. .. .... (Oo> :-;. "

uie R. Gary and Mrs. F. 1 I'. <;ami.ilid .-\ 100 I iheir peis. | C onvict faim. Donations ot Ii" !iTticbs .$1'.. .- 4'J..... f- ; -
'I uis sij4e.s| :. .1! the need ol "board-la ; have "
some veiv. effeitive work in ;iiuieniMrance been made to II"1." | .:
IU. places; tor dogs iud cats : a need, '
ion l-
cause. !In Xut ,s'' ol :'tn:>. County Hospital. It is i 11. 1.- : I

the unionas revised alga reormn./; wi 1'('" ,xas s.t.istactortlx tilled.I by Ihr ;! foul((. ol the society at Clnhuin-; i tn

i.;>ruin', ol I ne Reiuge; for Animals''r! '! ) '
distribute
ed. :Mrs E. Van Hood' a luo"uti! )!.,. ( : gifts of provisions i Mnd : / rj
\ 1 111 il.e ,\1.11' l I'i. \. /
lasfll' champion I ot ictnpeia.ite.! v, , I i itie ln--iiiniim; Aliss Morris! '! cure and these '-- : I U &
elected preaidelitvlllie vie. presidents enjoy tokens .atpaths i -' n
u were ('IIOSl'lfrom each church in th't good will. 1'o 99
t ion : in itnwords of :t resolun The Ocala
cite..lctive. work was begun a1once : Circle! has uiownlembership : 1 c.. $

the adopted a; the last lIh't'I1U.Ian.( i n of about eight! x .. ''. -
: by new order in the ;in>lnbititin \ >!
t 1"1 Ih.which, Miss Morns, xxas lIuahl.-|
campaign> of that tear, and \\ asconditctel presents a union of all (the rh-m' I" I
10 attend "Xeither! Winter's Snow (or
Of f this in ,
city
1 with s u wudl f..rnetncssand : a movement fur :I"!

; energy, as to arouse I the opposition ) .- u miners Heat ever stopped) her in'': using of charity aid and! SM!, i t.- We '

I.J 1I. element! to a sense of the real '1 rr i can" of ne,!ltcted or injured anijrJS. ; i lour midst. I emphasize our claim

1lI.aulIIg ol xxomans .mt.uence.: inn "Let me be a vesselIt's,- ', 'I I .

J \s [lr,' iJ"lli. she tlirecletl! the af- baud and ..
The effort failed but ,undaunted! bj ;: meet for Thy 5t'l'\.t.- i

failure, the little band barelnutnbt! I.'till I of thc "Itrfne"ru'u during hrrn'employed only for Thee and i f. .. !1.. the best

I'I I las i i illiit! -.s. j i isxmonu ,II'ro others 'In His to in quality and (the
Hit !ing life} has coalinit.il! its .\ ?>ik! t\\:lie1.x. :Nam- E
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,9.{. .". Inn \u ,. faith in 'In- nS'imau:' i u- many improvementsh \ ; ELIZABETH B AMiKKX'X: : :
tt !6.t- ,.1... ntu4'Irrd! ; into the wUl'k,1'! f ,
of RIIiHT.!
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as .
? _.I'- oi dioloiutoiin. tor the S very styles
the Confederacy." On done beful't-N htt :th l|, \\ s THE READING CLUB.
1.1.!'?l\iauu! ui l the cats and tlogs. '
Mrs Gary the presi- I'., accomplUiiet: MI -n-! m-.i! xr
"1 animals, ; xxeie plated in an air .1
ornier association }in )land) t'Dins.. 11: ru"-It ."fief : !.I.iI ,.. The ina'rt'.Iingurl, .
-.1',lit challllK f )tilled) :] by tile l'illlle< ofuiim \lltl1'i1 a H* ht'a! '
f\ meeting in which was I nmn the whitley; IlalClyielding << : L"tl. ,, | \ .111 K accomplished by I the Oeala! !H.{ :
tiiartoal.I xxiuch had been t
t1 "'.11 : ; nery c 4' c..
/ N 'W armory I building forconsideiing t'i Ih !ji -- IP 'no"1' l i III,tr Club/ shows that in h> i i I. : < !1.,1! 'S
"".led! ny a !"!!te (pa-sU.fe ihrough)
i the adxis, !I bear iiHiu| ii. .tI.\! tb 'A ', ,. taste also Ocala maintains '; ',,_ 1. I
'\I,itling pip- : this moilc. produced a1 I
nizing a chapter of Ihs | ..,1 andani.Having. _
." rajiid :lad painless death, than
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jrgauizat in \ \h\, \\ ,tld For ''
)ion. Alter some pre |1' I ."I'L.follll, been organized; in 1s'ub "' : ;

was dt''idt'tl'ry heart!i. 'i i.lent they I I have on-' uCiniami, I.- !." ('- has t'lIjo rdr1t'n t'-,11' .1' ,.
..a.: ."t-.ii- i'.17'7;1 : animalxxei.('.- ilius! .
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ich an organization and proud I i nobilitx. c.rtn'! .s l'ari-i.! [ III:iinins progress. I
Inxiated-: I
officers xxere elected by >"-eedinij I List xeai > Ial ;\\",'i-tesi! ot ;t' a"'Ji .. The first "'ar.I devoted t.i :. I MISS AFFLECK
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"1 II Ii. e.in. v" ';; complimentary no's
1 year: 'omen, Ltd> H>'nrS-,) >,rr'I., 1 U r study 1 of History ot the :Nanm.ember ,. .
',', ailtl :
ill iIt iolel;;n UeXXi-pujK-l-s
Jary.: president Mrs 'Icing to the temperance caueiiv- .cnen 1111 taking m
: a separate naf t : \
!I. I ers tool: animal !lovers, abioad.! in- '
vice-president.; Mrs.I T.t of exix corner of ihe I t;!'I.>.' la, crrrlin period of world's 111.1/ !
ited; hut MI: efforts ofIi.::" :Morto / \ l With II E.L V F.NSTON i V } JAS I iUK." O f I.
I 1. recording secn-taiy : I Il plug s-nt her r< prrrulatiunt .\!: ', !K1'ajinia -. ;j' taken fur each lesson! and mi 11'1.. ,, .
n"s, berter t the I condi'ion of .tI u.
l Ihckison. corresponding, !I lOUt. I last toriil'; I". :: on[ try history xxas thus presentedjst ,r.
;tic animals'were! I being lecognizin -
nit"the :
I liss Berne Badger, trt-as- i in Boston to find there a vivo r worker 11I1 ain acti\I' by ,nh I.g
papers II. i I.'
r'I i other I Ian.is; : in tact I I It'1'1' )
trout Fiji bluulI Eng'aiid. A-i'er I tle her. st 'm VJ
tiRussia in\'I' n\ it* the establishment of
was grant I them nulls i if (8.ur\\ ax. South; I .\*Lea. (;lermany. During: the Ilea succeedmiglish -' < '
!itiitinMs.! similar IIIl'r' in Eon
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Us
ald I tar! 1 I.t'1 > of t.I"! ....a--In E
i (tickisoii Chapter Xo. :.a; ;. II Literature \xas stud!' i'l 1 -
I France and [Ireland! II'quests
aiu ,
the president h.untII fact, the \v.inn of the I! world are n::::I 11. Ull ich pleasure anti profit.
ft II* stmsesTioiis.! so often accompan-
e excused from further 'ng intoniperuiu-e. the common eiuu.x -. Three yeais airo the dub! ,d> '! '!, '

an officer, she has been II, .' of mank !It!. and of the home. 1,'d 1that the commendatory Miss Morris notice was obliged of her: I rpuGlish take the "H, y \'It'.I!: s. fi se =9 tte (tO Ql8 ot o@ e. ..

re-elected lo the presenttime. It if said I 01 England's I military u'power"uhut' which the German year pin.! : .
entitled I I "u 0I
to a pamphlet I I
tnoruiiK along !he' ,t '
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The loyal true and talented instructiveFollowing
ount Detail, of r the Methods.1; A ( 'nil ( ) I
J corresponding secretary was the first fulhtuing, the sun in its tu'.rst' '"1''C i.n : this camp the ar-at W I 1 Il
' p.rrrtiUe,; in the Work ut the' :Morris: .
our of the members summoned by circles I the I earth with I cur. conrinuo'iitraiu : R : Association, for Homeless and French; coots, i>f the near y t-.I'\ 9 .

the Heath Angel to, vacate her post s;: of the martial all'II! Fnir flu current year is beinsr! ::\it' !1. : ,

!Of which has since \I.. <.n!! tilled by Mrs. 1))\ ." Su the -xhite ribbon! beltshe: S.mf\'er ni:: Animals.: Philadelphia! Pa.. I: En igland-her history and ii'e'!'r., 9 teAAash
'I, 1 S..1. ;
/1 S Scott Miss I, >s.,' Williams and SMr lobe. with its 111II'iland Mingles its ; in''and' the charming articles oi th!*\< "H., f)

1:t *. I:. I.. Carney1 Badger mir \\,.'I Ilrt'nt'SSIn;; r I'1! \ ,! 1st" Morris was prominent member1.I \..11'ew Magazine": are thmo'i, L1: : e a
c-Il' rl.h01'1". She became a
Hurl 1 and moved away' and :Mrs. K. :\1. o f the data of ex'erx inumi: when used. MIRIAM FASTI! /It
sigh !:1. Peter's Episcopal! church
beloxe.i and capable'successor Of such an organization wirh its
Howard is her } the': ee Specialist I In :
t'. ars oM. and was "faithful to -
Mrs. R. t.;. Blake and,, Mrs.! h aims and)
Edward Badger are n.-xx xic JU.Mdents. !I- V\'. C. T. I'., Iran) of Ocala: :- pn: >i! :: tt"n: <1 1.t' 1. SEEYOTHSKLr .,
.lire I If .1\ulntan: : .lack on. l I"f! Pine
Mrs. J. H. Livings .-; -i I ,1': b a part.! They be'oag to that! i-iass as! others *
ee xoii
fill the g 9 o oe9.GQ. .
'tit. has been appointed to mG eeee
responding :it'.l't'tary.h's.: !1' !.' ro \women who teach and 101'n"!; goes the maxiii.;.

us. historian and Mrs. E. P. Mot dy. the old adage. "If at first xo.t: dun r xaclncceed. incy caused by :Miss Morndeath. 'I hat i!, whx Nr tJ.:

register ; all filling their offices so ae sict !. ir\ err again Nor are 'llI'.h.'"' can be ably seconded but neverneed. let other ft.pi.tell .

piably I hat no changes were mat:<. si::i.cli; !poor .[ 'ttnts, : of I history and I hu n'!p1: \ altotit! 'air
I have ;..iuili: ; !!! !u may i iuvt.-st theila 'p-\\\ me: IKK! ot im"!' Q i ReaUuioearaooUs a s g j j
41 I the last election. :a J!i.it.I: ,:1-! tt> I"'Xk'I( r, f.tiP!!:' in ai. '
Band of Mercy'c and its many ehandbing.:
The chapter has made annual contribuiions d.! \it.: \ hate sivn a tint st' -tl-! )< 1 m
rriet ids. to have these details When pe..l|
to the Soldier's Home inlacksonviile t .: > .' !i rote rock and no, less \llm had rVr !u.HJI'. : !, pi ,-sentel J \ tell u> that i.i .

and to the Confederate potent than the force of nature do tht x where eNe e.n '
e00 eQ a. QQe e
ill 1 simple way
rl hem i.ns
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b Museum at Richmond. Va. and haj.b
aided several veterans in our mitis? t.: .It', I '?. I toi'\ ,' i-. ., i l:1.1 1 i'e! i1!>1 ie \\ MIllY inspiration inUlii It. values inJewelry .a 0

widows of veterans Th s \ \ ., :.. \ .'1' an': and opportunity has been given i j jI .
e \
al"I I two ; ... \ I
Shirt.d.
contributed one hundred dollars to t.t i iBailie I i i ., ,...l lx ["*', have endeavored! to catry! out! Yti t I '- I.i: : ( ti : : It t

of h'- ideas! though it may beJiffernt / 5
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Abbey, soon to be built sixt : \ 't' ah for -- 1 11' J I.
11\:1 ? xxaythese ,1- I"j'! : ( r. ti. .
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President inand W
nat
dollars to the monument: to xvJefferson is UIHHI dim (t|>iu m1 > we art' tlr i i! 17

Davis to be un\ ,.ib-d! MI i ui I iir I Htmorabl- lohn D !I.. >n_ \. ;nci.tarx latter days. my mission t. plea-ieil. of ti our**' ., .
1 and gain the interest i
Richmond IMI his next hirthJIIn)!!!><. s,' of th l.axx "!1' 'H""' ... :<-- 1 Merit to try and women of t sO we propose, to ( ) : SI\Ili)1( s, .
the
.- '. "' l!r. ildrvii} i men continue .J ll-
: lilt y dollars to the Oulstt. !i I.'":' .1 i .i.' I .1- : : i -.upj!
iturei 1 in works of love and.t. t _-_ ing the: best A
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f niHit !iu our stare : eighteen "> : I V
, JI and fifty cents to a monun .: .. I- tow ll"t1s! the great army ofi! _;- sible at mi .tlt.1 .: 8 in all cuLrs f for Ladies; Gents and O.i1: Jr n. :

\t' \ ;bless ours" who so )loyally con ; '. prices and trii-t i
mark the grave of G;General Oickison u.T a more liglflllllS lltllMiinr- .l4 1" I' rto '

at Jacksonville: u -!,I1IL! i anotini t.. jsihe ,>;ax * Th .x .r-\n-\ < -.-i' 'rii'1'{'i'e o I i. ,!r net ]s and happiness land. to you tor e Millinery I.IMCihpetf -. :

memorial wind: s o !:a"l"! !U: \ t s ami .::. < \I"1, :: : im.- ier. ,- d!, > : :!. -inChristian! t'V ,
in !tth Pattern ami ,
ier children. : ; H"'ld.\ u
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in the ('alht>dra. a : '' ': : (I .

an numerous other small sums in t.. ,. .; .. .. : ai. : ,!,perUl\s.. / I ; lat t *. I'J'I Ct:.., the lnv> r... t I-MM-MUI'I Itllh 1 t f I !: tJ
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utenis and other objects outside the ox' ouu .- \' 1-- A. E.Burijett
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state, besides sixty dollars to place: St-rve the coruiai eu-utrtttnne ..i ,u, L 8 1

.' headstones graves of soldiers bur wi ho love their fellov tnt-n \ -=: i 8 G.A.NASF1. !

'if/ '1' led in Edgewood cemetery, Ocala. j May the won-- "i
Th birthplace of President Davis ,this. and lend M!I.. 't"' : \ :. : ,- -"tier / : .

and General Robert E. Lee have an- truly is a Chris ,' :. II .' 'I. ; I :-

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RELISHES. 't1..r, in enough good vinegar to cover. until smooth with a little cold milk! :, ":, GOOD CANDY RECIPES. -
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,t porce- it put r 1I I: tablespoonfuls of melted but Put ; s .it molasses in .tDuce
SALAD DRESSING. iain lined agate vessels in making :over the yellow of a ve.'l: beaten! ega: :;. WHITE FONDANT. I ter. 1l 1 I.;2: cups: granulated sugar. ? 'pan anti !I. ooil half an h"u tor..

t On** cupful of butter tni.- Season with salt and peppei. Pou i II I tablespoons molasses 1-2 cup milk. aiovt: ate. ..atching and StIr: i.: [i.!
flour; cr*,m 1. teaspoonful .MRS. C. R. TYDINGS. over the cauliflower, aiter haling;. 1 Two cuj\ )'-, granulated sugar 1 cup I-'-:: cup raisins. I.::.' lb. chopped walnuts -'prevent (toiling over When ;r gin-
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+Mi stir in-:; perfectlyth ---- removed the cloth in which it ha, safer, f 1-fe teaspoonful cream ot tar. I :i: squares chocolate. Boil all ,,10 LO. h.-n add 1-: tease'!.: at!
nip of vinegar, which>I GENUINE ITALIAN SPAGHETTI.Slice been boiled. ujt"r'! ,ih till!! ''drv .!ftt-a t.-tking Hla. T- -.
Inbeen 'lit i'iitr it titt ) together for six i minutes, then a"(" h< : \ Co.'!
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lo a bollng piiitWhen | \1KS 'HAS. RillI:! '. 11 I HK h41 nl! '( wit'ioi.i! .. hen brittle ,'
this a ::1' H! I ion ; nrr.ng unI I'htlc\Jlatt" Boil until a soft b.: < au a ]I''' !1'
hit thukeid punt n mill iI'CIOc', law union until 1
-- -- i i 1\, In 111-; iii old! wft, a soft be forr.ied by trying in cold wag nansnss C. B. \\ t ii I: \ L V
sluwlv into the well bealin yolk., of I;; t;I btoun Moil a cupful of dried'tniiiirtKIn4 ,
RELISH. :Jbal! may hi font J.! Pour on a but- ,Add ;1: teaspoons vanilla. Remove, --
eggs stirring ('lIn 'alllly. Cook a-am, ; !hi u'-n minutes (canned I
An excellent relish for cold meat;;:. tend\ plattti: anti allow it to cool a's add nuts and raisins: and beat until!I PEROCHE.
ten sluwlv. taking care that it doer _, (Jillhill! doiVhtu. boiled, chop i
which will make one forget he i ;little! l lt'1Iilh a wooden spoon beat thi('k. MISS C. B. 1VHITNEY.I i i --
j i adhen to i IIII'I''-set! or become> mushroom; ver> fine, pour the water !
eating/ up the remain ot >. :>;iida\! ', Mini ('I't aim NVt \\111'1\! on a mould i -Off"- I Two cupnva i i MU.f [1',1
hin.pvhen jti.oiit as thick: as \ .nut nnlln' Nus! kith the oiiion>: let I'
c'ry proud dinner j in a nuinianl au.t'tatn '. inir! bola 1 onh l h.'nds un'ii i smooth, BUTTER SCOTCH.One -;ooub of v.uu'la': 1.:1: cnti o' : I .
stuck custard boil) fifteen minutes, Strait one rani I i
p.nir up immediately.! '
from Mis. Qua\- cook\ bonk : r-iiu: lin- I i'i/\V'l!h-'eI! ,utrar to woikIi !!1' chopped ii''. .-> and in., "' > "u.t .'
Then add 1 teaspoonl'ul sugar, I tea.srttntiil tomatoes, and I mix ii all tug ,
HIII'I"I' Four large onions covered! will j(J t'iti 1 From! 'Isis ill; (dulls of ( i.aiu cup butter 1 cup uir, I cupmolasses. l \11 egg
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| luustard. dissolve! in in l.i-J it boil one hour When
a vinegar, let stand for two days: mi; {'awlma_ :\ t tn' made. i iI : Boil until it hardens :-, l.oil uiiMl! it forms a b. :. Cold
ill cater i and a dash of white r large;; I taldespooiitiil I of butter and one : ,
IppeIht tard enough to thicken 1 teaspoonful i- i! MISS!I r. M VVHIYXFTVKISSES. I I : ,coM! water then spread t.iin'x'' ii, ..;er. then add vanilla and !t. ana!
I i- ouch iaipimed! IK\ wluppiiu' ot'olin'| nil. Season with salt and
!, ot sugar, I 'iea:>poonlui] of :'ai! 1 u t +.w.r- !pain; aint mark in square i I"'a until cream -
noel i <<< n.H i into 11 when read: it, pepper, >
,. cavenne jwpper.: put altogether am'I I MISS A B. \VHITXK\!! : -- -
"" I 11 L 1) i I Boll one ituiiinl spaghetti: i in saltwater |
-_. i I uriiil! well dune then siiain. pour vinegar ov,-r. \Ii\ and boil! tiwttiiniiies I ._..r -- i PEPPERMINTS. OR CHECKER

SPANISH PICKLE. I I (rate hard cheese (Cdaiu prtlertredi : \\Lift-- oi ", > ..; -s. I" tallesjnDltt. I COCOANUT DROPS. MINTS.
fCHOW- granulated! sugaII! 1 lahlt"ilJOOII'ill VTo
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on the hot tout ol platter then a'little
'f CHOW i gar or a-Won juice.V1:.: all I to i' One 1-4 ", boil:
< )lin gallon upe! l'IH"lIlIIht'I'fluOi ol r:1lhPIi a )laver of spa-- p grated eocoanut add halt cup sugar cnp.i
which the s'eds have been leinoved hetn. place more grav\' and gratedcheete One peck green (tomatoes! quart:; get i:4'r about l.aU'au hour or un:ill Weight! !111 poWdeled} sugar! ; atl-l! l wl. :ng. Boil hard for five n.; i. ,', ,uiii:

i ui iriiu piece.about one inch size anil serve..MRS :small unionsI 1 quarts cucinniien s-the mixture stands without! failing! s(,I'III'" egu beatm to a stilt :t.: 'I h. I.r stirring, then ieiim>. \ ,I1

One half :gallon white onion.cut in H. B ri.\RKSOX. I (cut UIII) 1 quart red peppers; cut al!1 I' when droppd\ \ from a spoon. Stir ill Drop the mixture in small caks on droj.; of peppermint III' \\ 11.',i-e: 'n
almost a rupiul of walti'it or :battered and l sift that t' *il thick and L.lrblt,
gM | largead' I up and soak in a brine made of _I: \ \pecan paper powrid u- : drop ou
In. CAULIFLOWER,4 WITH SAUCE. 'cups salt over night. In the muni. almond meat- Uiop en h -av' un- gar .,ver iT. Bake !I-:,_ miiiiiui a MISS C. B. :Y.CHOCOLATE .
closeI0 I ::r"a".dlalJl'I'\ about ::: or :! inches''slo'A on _.....
cook nut iI tender in the satin --- --
w II. using: a lame cup of salt and Pick off the leaves and cut ing
;apart! !hake from :!:11 to ".0 ininute MISS ('. \YHlTXI-n _
brine Drain well!! : TAFFY.
l 1'1 stand an hour or so. Drain oft the (lower, t'xalllill'w11 awl seethat !
am bmie and .scald all together in nothing! adheres to it. Be careful I Dressing.- One gal.'inl'gar, 1 !Ilbs. I-:> in a sooven.; -

enough weak vinegar to cover: after not to break the bunch Lay in f! mustard, three cups Migar, 1 1-:; i .. CHOCOLATE CANDY. Om cop milk, 1 cup molasses. 1 cup r
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which pit in a thin mu-Im! hag '('()'II water one.half I hmr, drain. tie,1; and drain 1111"" hum.Then I take the cauliflower in a piece of dean"hiIC' ;,cry seed. Put altogether moisten/,I 1 Melt! one pound of Migar in a sauce; Two cups: III'! sugar I (up molasses.Boll >!/e ot walnut. Boil ';5u minutes.

tau lalilespoonfuls\ horse radistwo: \ clo'h: and drop in boiling! watei I with some of thc cold! vinegar whit! ,'i'pan. stirring CO:1"I.WI10\ prevent t ten miH'itsjin: 1 bare:: {tablespool:1 MISS C. B. WHITNEY.

.. .' ,: '\ oi ground mustard one 01' cHerv, which has l htrn salted! Boil twenty! i rest ih heating per iuro'inf' ai rbtirninaVli.n j| ; iii-sohe.l! stir in one ) :'it! of !',,it.! Ionp"f -I/- (4t t an --- ---- -- '
, "1 1trvl one ounce fimeric. three: I minuses In the mean'.me! : heat a,1 l'IJUk till thick, then add to getable quart of peanut !hl'i.p,1| ) l hnt Pour i:11:::. 1 cup!! g'.il.. 01! c.4uate!' : are b.iil: 'i'Lu person who peddles a scandalis !

pounds brown sugar one half pound cup ol milk! and I a small lump of but jl: heat thorough! and seal while hot, '''in a biitter-'d. l pan t" cool.j ",111-- minutes.MISS no hotter han I the one who startDEALERS -

while milliard seed.: Boil! all togfth! terVhen it commences to boil, j :MRS. H. B C'LARKSOX. I MISS( ('. WHITNEY \ ; r 1 P_ iliTXKY! : i r.


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I Cetyrijht 190. 6)' Edwin L. Satin I I
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4ATUZDAY morn of hopes galore. ,

t...., Tbt dais for -its arriving! ) ..J I' Dear FriendsMy husband : House Furnishings '

'Ttuould surely come, the milliner stvcre. -i' used to come home from work I

i WESTERN Though -the be nortsurtiting. :.

\ I ". H WHITE Into the past the moments glide \ : sour and glum, but since I I FURNITURE, STOVES CHINA CROCKERY, LAMPS, RUGS, CARPETS.

OAK True more and more is nettled\I havebeenbuinies I i' MATTINGS. LINOLEUMS BLANKETS, COMFORTS, TABLE AND
I BED LINEN PICTURES, PORTIERE AND LACE CURTAINS.
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.,/ zas. near the crest of Eastertide

\IS\SIS\5I5L'2 SEiS 3lAir CJe tveather /coA/ unsettled from Martinet's Grocery and !;


1 I' 1ATU7tDAy noon. It has -not ccmetl Bakery, he even smiles in his ]!: Harness, Saddles( Trunks, Satchels, EtC

G \ I hJ (,/ls ni;ht have been ejcpeclcd.) :
QrTDTnR ) i \t r rI sleep now. Ladies, take \..-arn- -
I ,/lnd Voice is wrathful and face is glum ,
OIL. LIME.
% LATH. SHINGLES AND

u rinIi ../Ind figure all dejected. % I'.Readily :', ing and do likewise. :' BUIOIEG I t 0 i IIDlllr[ CEMENT.P'PE. SEWER AND FLUE

j lloror.wal'6oS a bang of cloud "\, Best to Eat at tiia Lowest Prices. ;

onward ctatuling.

A /lerVCJus the house and anxious brot e4. ;: 480..11 >***4*.**..a...*(,*'tt..1+! WAGONS CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, / ) UNDERTAKER'S: GOODS.
BARRE1llrab 44J444e404 844.4e4.+.? ...
Barometer is falling. I
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CONTRACTORS f.ND BUILDERS
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t Heavy the apprehension.

1'E Milliners all are frauds. 'tis flat I OCA.LA FLORIDA
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I Ii rllnllPl'il I ,. p fly the signals of import plain \f! -

I II Co those ti'ho read a learning. ;,!

Flcods and lightning and hurricane ;; .,.. O' -- --
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CUIllIIaIl i Il! ) Are due for Easter morning! ..
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night. A step -a"Rustle ring! (( ))

.a.... ."".. tJ of tissue paper! =-- I
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.. I Cries : "Hott darling "Th, sweet stveet thins I" OCALA ICE AND FUEL

i Somebody cuts a caper .

Patronize a dies are suddenly smoothed, betimes COMPANYC

Che storm signs disappear oh;

Home I Industry Up the mercury swiftly climbs: 4 g i&j&jjji iti i iislSaaSssL ,--

For Easter: "Bright and clear, oh!

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l. a. A VOCAL SUGGESTION.I I I BRIEFS. Ice and Cold Storage I IMC


The law ,'1'- "Sue.:' Tune can never be t"!:., :." .1- ,:'1' oi

4 I':" I S I-I E L.'S The' hdltei.! --"I Knead\ Iht'lt''t'I'Y a good thin,. Tb' minii,_ .'_. \\11;!

hour: .have a !share in it. -

The' ball jt.a>er,-"Home! sweet ---- --- m na jm?..LKEAN 71Rm. ': '-- -- --',-> '- .:- -, '- -
l Faster home.: Plenty or" hig jobs now .1 ,ilj! anda !
GreetingsWe The gas man.- "I.t': the )lower lights world\ full of small hell tak. -
be burning" them.

of thelADIES' The dentit-t' 'With! all! her false I
are proud !lave her still." I I An attractive- -woman--- -who Lts: : attractive e e 5e 080e @ S GQgg ....G..... ....

ED TION The furniture man,--"'My bamtMX
women friends i is as rare :I'
queen," I the eidleweiss.:

We are proud of our The farmer. "Bringing in the --- t 'a; --- il
set I ,''a\'t.s:' I LUMBER CO.
The man who debates a questionuntil t
LATEST ADDITION The small l>oy. "Shall we gatherat
he decides not 10 act has reasoned
the river I I
1 too much. & .,
Pierponi! :\h'f' an.-"If you ain't got
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e Our two stores are filled mi The money) automobilist you needn't--" come t'art'r'round.ill)" God j The friends you have TO pat to pie i i | 22 AND 23 HOLDER BLOCK I

to tht' '."-Selected. vent snapping at jou aie not w or'h '
wiihAflerEaster --t- -- j your while. .

Some of your griefs j on have cured IAnd I -- ---- --- 1 OCALA. / x / FLORIDA :

BargainsSEE I the sharpest you still have survived I Society is like a wave. It rolls onward i

}; | but the great underlying deep :- I
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THEM: Hut what torment of grief you en- unmoved. -
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JL From the evils that never arrived." I You have but to repeat a canda: I' 0 I

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M. Fi Srlel. ",\ Superior Woman" is the title of 'Ier of the same. 1 Pine
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sensible husband noiesae
a new novel. Every | ------ I

"The Ladies' Store." will \present his wife: with a copy and I Bear in mind-there nay be !nil!!

and say: "This i is your autobiography, :lions of copies, but there can ;I. :
1 m\ clt'ar" ''i only one original.

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The Ocala Pressing Club I ;; Arts you afraid of scarlet fever Music, the queen of Easter, reiirns I: Car or Cargo I II
-fh. among your children. Mrs. W.?" "Oh, :j in the churches throughuot the land :
no," replied Mrs. W., "not very. It ran 1 today and will float round the wor'd'
Mls.MllKKSIUl: s-l.oo i .
through my sister's family of six ;in glad, triumphant waves of e\u! i
1 .1.I I'. WILL!1.1'I'(1N 1W ':children and sto only lost three.." !tant song. I G@ee8Q9 Ge..Q..9.............."..

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1'O 'E\'S EASTER EDITION'! . . . ,I WANTED.
\ \ THE EASTER REVEL A TION. OCALA THE COSMOPOLITAN. I Is P OFE IO ...

THE OCALA BANNER iJoihl.; I puuNol't drinking_ ; water. ,; r.

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If a man die snail! he ijve aean" He went to and fro. He appesreis ', \i'r! : p't! >ln t"oiiTitii', : erected. to i!''D. M. SMITH, M. D. ';
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Published By Ta:s ." Ti'- yr'id've' .' JL 'J' ... .- .-"' dr.its: \ tc' 'r D. and' uIlTi'ltie: : : be unsled i I1,* the i--iplum oi
MARAGARETa Oril.D L' :'. r-_. n. ar thr1 ;. ktan : theWutna1L. ofkr- PHYSICIAN and .sntOKOX.( / .
SAINT ma;. .: J. La'teL" f'J..iLOOrtU '::' on ucir. lei us al lII1'IuskU ti> :1SSU 1',
Of Grace Episcopal Cnureh. 'hc ; Murriaa:: five> hundred saw'th em that we hart no t't'f'rlh''htt.. All Ii\er stables moved from ih' :
?) .at ag-s-'liroufei
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Hm : .ke,._ .iL pwithHni. ever to the wasaiine of :4..i., :..L.. : > :nr.Hit .- .' Office Holder Bloc;,
lessit ; gpJErativDs'h"n: ] Job 'jtt.reo :
T'h' fTwhom *>re livine ann '*>*'!- \\ :: :,' [ ..: .1 ", !:.\: : \\1: : ,; .\ ,. :,1 ,'': '1..1 o Florida:
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:t MISS MIRIAM Editor.PASTEPR.Managing i and iT ha- :" -":. r--, a' .:. :.. : > :._ H.r. r.---r.--. : :> ::1J.t'r" : :.p such s tins! !!ui our nl1bt.! .1 tlas1 i >:'I'. r' .-. K< i1' > II ejii and clean' !: .....

'..-"i o': k'. -r ML- ; ..-: d: d -.'. '. .' .. .. .. ., W. V. NEWSOM M. _
> ; :r : s : c. :': t :.rrn, lalic-a: asleep.: dense and ,choking which only a 1H vo other l"11 1( :. D, _
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tl MRS.. MAMIE H.OWSE-STO\.ALL ( fLOf '"ir.-":; siL'-f.: I 11 La: t a: : :L- nc', Tu.Lt::: ets: ; were; man: } were: cred- shower or rather a golden nun of not ,; -' i i000 .

Editor. ILA: de-c/at: *. and the 'iwui; ; i n"c j.O: a.d suffic-iec! : The man w11ti' a penny lessi !hnr.: .. !. '.:uii.: : : :..'.:s 'f'.t'! vaud to begin their weekly PHYSICIAN and SI, RGEOX.
MISS SARA HARRIS. j
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Edj' ', ..::Jii! ..!!> .ill,1: ; : :: '. !'.<' \\>>::u> 1\ ':h" I r I
Society r .\ two !L'1lHrr:2' :\ : ;.- -. i. t ; r- ::. -:.. -._ ,. ..:. :!.., : ,< 'tl t, Office Garf: f h. k.
ha\t aid rc'ikrs : l i.i
G. C. CROM.B ;' > :: di wt' .n $: :
i \ I t MRS ", ;1t ;,-r w- L- :. 1, ".. ', ,;. A r i.. .:.' ;> ; .j / T ,:, :;.t',':::'? r,. form of cmc and sivia! lite which is The 'lm U i-oci' rt,eulatrd.:1hu4rul OCALA. FLORIDA. .

.'; t.::; : i-j=' :--n: : : Lave ever,, 5.nctl ht'ri free from all national prejudice ; and ih lUijs t let us kip perfectly correct ,, --- 5---
SCHREIBER
K. T ofrit ; i:Le. i'jr.r,. which: iao o<-en E' :ins r-f'i.-iL! m ti.:-:it\c unies:?: they tvuld ; [lv 'ti lie W. H. POWERS M. D.
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Cirr ion Manager .
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MISS LEAFY :SYLYE.STKRMISS MUS iit 1 uiav us: e tin- cxjire-sion: ii
PAI'LIXK sn.UVAN.MISS He- 'r : :,''!] : ;.-r: f.-jr-. ; : '.', r- 6.- :..,.:.; \-r.r.- ...? L>torv: The > <'i SH) cutiivly I ft' from national pro .\'h saloons eliminated. i froi.i I i i'e! ri i: \ (){'AL.\. 1-1.0 HID.\.

a -i. '' '.< : : ho", <-B-for !-'-". :.-sa exrar"; .r-'aris: :> cold: i!:v1- >i--J-- "," Ih.. Jr' lleir iv- ; .,..- ;U pr,1 ,
LILIAN T.VAUJMISS : : '- tl \\
.w( ; ; ,:;. to i.--'al .. -. \U SM'eet-r H. C. OOZIER M. D .
ANNIE, 1)\\ 1S- ... .. .- :. I ; : .1 :. :' :::.: \.1
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MAR. 31 1907. ;:i..n a. livvr'.linc:::!1 : o..m !ttC :u ini: > t.
SUNDAY MORNING, .!'i r L- jepil/! : -; d -L--- .. :._ : 't':. ..t :\\ .. ... :-.iu-: >' SVo have tu) Mu'h 1111,4 as ail Ell;; :-1!u 11 ,..'. ,', Iit.n \ .. '., 111'1:1)1) ,. .

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iaaf' '-r g.i ni f 'to fiau; !'. at'. I .; ..):L> iiis: a Jut tribute to art. 5t'it et. (.;11._ ,
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,! o! getting; pictures (.t our w-S''; ; < V", ..- < i l\ : ii : : II'.
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!ia'e for the publicaioa ol :i i.- ".:: -')r :""" l'jr .1 j jtOO. .' .. .'.

The absence of the.-- ("..! .. r..u: > ..' -. - : i,

different departments hob! i.avbe '.ET' :, 1:0', -, .t \ I ,11. I tN
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beautifully! v. flU 1:11 I.p !.;, u< -, ,
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Q/ laic'ned women of O'-aia utc---sar !ly ,f:;; Vr- :'!&:..:t':0!' t': : : j It I :

detracts from! T :W tyjiojjrajjrir-a': ; "j' nd .
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pearance of the pap'an 1 f.ils"l: : J:.,: TER IiT'f ; ,ir, s... iJvjr.s i- v

ti'' bring, it up to that hig'i a.viai i >: 11.10.!.\",...r, ;;:, : "". ., t' : .j

modem Journalism .>o caref-i\\\ 1 ji.arjr.ed Jr'J >tl : \' n ., '.' I. ,
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i Gladly the Easter morn ,:": : I': u a I' I' I If"i .

i 7' And hasten our Risen Lor., Kiiitai.i! ( ,.; .... f "
Io4r f I-' It. 4 f- N GPEE'V;

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word "Easter" is taken j !L...:.' I: '11 hi:4;

11 heathen Saxon goddess "} 1rth, t '::1

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whose honor festivals d' .. I \ J 'd:

-: Tb 8tt festivals begaa with .) ".. ". tile ,
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Age and were a season
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delight at the awakening L" I

I\ from the long sleep of win : : .. I.. ..:

:J' The pagan festival of the ss, :' ;" .
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ft' aping spring was changed to rej:>. --- .' : .\

at the "Risinij of the Son of Man." Easter E' .. ,, 1 \ tll ,
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Easter was then called! the 'Sub" 5e. viz !I' I'caa. ,

Joy." D >!i.c- ,' 1 : 5' )ibA'r. .

'J The message of Easter sho, :-0:1. n.. re:id.1. 11j .. tt

call to invincible[ courage and :'1):011! Ws.. I' i K ,

I r fulness. u..r..fn: ; 'i! ,

: Our Savior, Jesu.s Christ, the K, indd.'. i;:."" It. .t :

hath abolished death. No v. oud<-r tl \, i n.\

M' i we keep the anniversary of that
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and alleuias! and i the paiactss! of Uv 1.\ .

_. our kind in every place are: bright! Fret. 'Cli"; : I'W
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with flowers and! crowded with! r..- amiss / A n. } ,-

C Joicing: people! "1 ;Sfp!: ;ow tn, \I ,.....1.Dr. .' '< ,

.. We: celebra'e the abolition; of dea'h. joyme .., ., 11IJT: i!; ::...- i.rt ,'YI' y *f. I II :

: !It is a glorious thing j-.? to t.<- onesalive. 1 b- rpe fran: o I>, (n ., ..

Bu, alt, how much more jiiur! "1-\ (['ry. !J haveon.. ., r-'r. Tr.i nuh: : e\e i.s failing!; ; ... eo>_ : ,I VM .

: ious i it is whu we know that 'he !i.f.- atiou; for li /y tlO'i' Tl!. ;t : : :.' t le a.-o rip- fur an operation }in a f'iorida' has ioug; sint- 1-

In wi ('h'f' rejrjice will !live and hero tioa at which! r>-cr>-*:< ". r..ii'i.: : or niore for her Italian climate! j- 1 I ': .. hi -

.. not Ii.! .. That when this I house?; of whichcla briny! kris: a :i',1: > : .. .. : Ti'-} : '-a'aracr form* on the buck; of "then.: Now :since:: FHJ! "

.. > beautifully: and wonderfully: !h.. are (' !. "K : : "--!: '.;< !' : !.' .-\e. on the ;pupi:. ,..11 an operation; tnvhifh ::rine-:'ring: feat ,.f !im'' : .. ,t':

made, shall have been taken i down hat \ } maK< 'L:'. v" -' I'--'., ( aLl'i! il'Pfti:till until the c.l'a.IrOI'[ru[ the mainland! ''I K- '.' If 1 III I

.. when it shall have tcconto.j fray :--iron:! v.aorouh a.;,]{ ,,t-r-'Hi[ : tor :a"raP ]i- r:;>t.. or n'S wit 1 be classed! as the nahth ,! iilJnri f<

ile and weatheibea! !,r r'i<- ---njrm w.r"' rtj.! : :-ed. It will} be a critical! al,1 i of 1 r world.] } S '! .\ .' : ." .1. 't "Ulr.ti.I I "

: of earth! to hold t ian\ 1/1: -.\ Il'f'1! orr.ints. ar" uod 1 aii-i: ,'. fi'ti: : ojra'on.;! and I will r.te.j} ail! -- .," 'j. s .At

not Iw cast our to peri h. bat shall! -i l)!: <;ID'- !"'n .J": r ilk > ae.: 'i ;,- \ ':. !: ravery I can gal! np. to give my Ij some cayrai! : \ OM'! ;.| i b !t'a: ': r. I

: simply illiil'r'n m'o sonn !better and:! P<'ii--ivi i :and to: a'.I'.in nt"J ',f iL'co.nent 1: Though a painful effort t.) rnoit : :n (Orasa nt ; 'I! ; \

happier abode, which the Eternal! I "), ...d"j'1! \ '' : !: all: yij'j can s"t c' so :n ;iisiinct; CC,old! also have T'H! nn at artist-! t-i. I I. r

: Love l that holds us fast has provided }Itav:ug; onf exhauste( i and .vitls:; f!;'sy tr \i' IS; a sacred duty to reply to your rou ufrom[ J.ok?(,n-1: '.. '0 'Irtij.j-a: 1'\ .. o' I' \ 11 A

for us I 11; i is >weeami .uo 4o\ !live. ra--t f'Ir v.ork. ;i".i! iiio: a'1 i 'o r :'dH : '; es: "aae so brimful of affecu' citizens are a c i!* .r--.i.! I. -i-! I IC tt! t ,

.rt but ,how much sweeter an-i i h.-v- thine ! J E E
wh+'n we know I ir-at what!! we cull to,... ;U\arTLr:: : ''l.i! i:. T'ii.-!: 'rh":: !" from: the dear ladies of - ..., r. CHA D uI

death t will he" merely' a h. tine C:') of "Al J. !! th.scoti ;'j--; 4 are fu'tJ-J! the (Juild! falls very gratefully! upon G has met Grptoand\ 'hen ',"t. 't.yen "

that wbj'bH can no longer: }hold a I b> the ncr< aj'u w icy: are ;j'i;1' :l'oj i'' .j.'i'at- h"-an. Since my dear bus l) a tug of war-Jrome :an1! 1 lr' I

: casting off of that which cau no lon:. r ar.d irtCiTiS t-. >'ue'!! ) as {pul.'ic: sar.!\ ns. c./n- iiatiil !I-T; me for his heavenly} home, nia's. Is Thaw really! : ian''' Ti

serve us:;, a goiu;? out from !that! I iirari'-h:! zoologica1! : ;: tr..1.; -. I !Lave written nothing for !pnMicaf.1ns I lingpul.Jje? Will. 1.0V.VV r. ie\e'! '. I t I.
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: which i is but a pii-on do-n! and whci! In"tverythins ." '! : oi r.KC'ird'1: : t' :i-'or. aril ""j i for V.'b"he Hv'l[ who was all the lnsii <][iJi ient sicns': of in-anity :shon..1 i

: ) that l is !,. .na! ;aiom! { i nv.! ; ; iC'J? :!pi :.:-r'-Tivi! : (.f :art, T--e! <>.-rJ !! ;\1.1'.1; ; Ia- he was niv !inspiration aJ:'f :such;; Tilt i is not prohibted.tie r LKSJ M $ SCHftflSER '.
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4 he swallowed: up in the more abun- ijt \, ided :ia a.l vr citLs and :lar,''- eu: ':u IllahL'- reavemeuts. and this oef... -

: dash life.: This! is the! Eastr-r nan! town This might be ca-ri--l !sill i;! !last criarnurroty: of my life, has Tl! mills! the! of :.t. i5', rind -!I.Aexcee'iinaiy ,\"I 1 1Iti r .

4 lug and the Easter messm: i'-init! : r by ha-.ins? l'AKK v.h-r-- raga ''i !I from: 11 J ie ail' that made life !Iln ; tn.... Kte initx KM-
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4 4 ".\ Happy Ka> ter.hoi,1: : be rite\ iulh! a::j.is-r-nt.- r-'i (o'i'1; I'1.! ; : .::. : \> nut read l a 'rl! of type ,::a will hit .'t wi'h just reiriimt. >!i ; "> ,1\ > 1r1 i t1 1\ \ ,

4 genera! ,ahf'Ijm, of all! ( "2r i i'an< for Ib'': |,""pt.! Th I re -:-rio-ii'l: I". h--: or I., n 1 a!>;-' to s-ji.v for a ,t .'ar. In *orivraation. ]her terrible! per::.ecuiioi.s. Th, i- F ; '. : .1 I i.I "' I 1 .\ .
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/4 today just as u I' say: "A Merry f>'r 001]1 !Lr rea !ii._ an I writing:: you:.t 1 have the fin ;,'rs of aiy cenl outrages asaint: : 'he .fe A < i I" r, 1,1 \ j i ,

4 Christmas." Fur if c>-!t>Jrat. s anr, s warned; pry evening: M> :i-ie )h fr hand under each line to guide e'1J' )ling, with Lvr former I' ,' !I' :, I '
/ the birthday of on.our fJOOTt't.: !iicople Tin.I I sri-fieii.;i .. I. J
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1 Lord on am nay pen. ,. r M I. .1 \ Mil::i 'L.0h- t
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1 which we all! rejoic-; how much rh.- !is [rh} (l'l.yIay t 111 couqutT : > a'tta 1 -.\ I'j:! } ionto menr the dear The niai.T.icoiit: moii.' ; ." '" S A RA ALS ,

C Olore hhtlllidl' bi j- yiiI!! oi; the Daj t : insplaces of 'litsaloon. ; ">. of .irirsui-! : i'i: ; :r:s i parted from over four years tncl!red! on the court hou-e _0. !. E.'d.tttj R ,. 1l:: n:"< .j;

of all Days vvhich!: tiever! in! th's lite} !but; :sure rnf' t'nite-i} Daughters
ious resurrection. drives nun mad. and leads to iinirti cognition; in the Home of the erai y; within 'he ne\r fe H.n! 1. I OS w A'S

--c:>-+- d''rp ru:'in and despair.! -Joui! Could char lon:pr with you but will!I be one of the iar:;.- .t K. "'f' try

CARD OF THANKS. "1'1.1', theatre: !,> a srr-a nn-a-- >:' .!. ;:< ;et this off by the mail that state. --

r.\'i __ __ i 1'.ldH'!! e We may! :as'urJar: t.' ;a(; rudaya< :< it was so lung; deter -- ---..... .-- -- --?

The management of this Hitioii! ar.- tfia' ; draihu j is so .s" ;iU-i: to> th-1 11' .i'.t i !by the M'opolis) not niwin,2 i ,'\\"h> i is }ir," asked; a ladv. ., PR U][
t ur.- ofAs man that it is likely! ru endur'. CES ON
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very Rratefnl to the women of Ocala m\-!' address manyiinsot : people lose tl:>-ir ii-r. ..aaIl -_
for their hearty 'tl-flp'rilj'lI) and lit II: fimains be al.ol.sl: !: 1. al:! tha' reT'iossuh\ !] i! cant.- iva.i! any matter ch urrhgoing: nowa.iaj.s''" _

wary contributions : to the busim-s ; # !0 do i is (to ,'!real' e N", ji'uty \La'i! a fr-i-i: : r :a ; rung sweet letter infl-v have lost heir ptiiiciiritty .

')\ men for their liberal I patronage and to and Ill) exhibitionhmld} L. a:1"; : .! ; ,"-t i !::e' one ;?reat bless thin t replye 1 i

mm '"srs. Harris, Hrumby and Leavn of an ;ii 1 mnioral 'I..ml'ticv.] ?,... lt-r.r -+ ---. "
; ;': ;> ";,nted: husband's:; life
goo I for many courtesios t'x! t'ndt'd. With o-ir bea-it !! :. :: .!il1': !i- -, :' ,!,1 .-.. ? ; \ r,; daily !in }his PrayTh','" municipal officials .' i 10.. Il el
world! aired: Sth r S'-r ", -I-K', 311
few i P" ;HU j I reTeniber!! the er.trrable.:: conservative nien and :. ,< I r
pi.l# I I..3ia' \Veir. firrher
few n-aim.T.' ;N !r.t:; al!! the wi'lsary 'I be } ork'p
a weeks our State Legislature > i-eautipi;; pi avers so accomplished in oiirn!: \ '" '. .
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will meet ai! Tallahassee. I Let : o-r; .: i r.nno' i n-.id tl'etn.i ['' 1 can repeat) fQg 'he pres4-nt adnntii-'r\ [' : _..
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jicrea" orsib'e l ii.o'H'ii- -
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male whereby each county will give \\y' i io'o, lu'-r: d. .ir elf! and afWh ien! the:: town and com1! I '
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11U1(onll ,text books free to tfc. children \ ]I" i-i-!; I ij.-j> ir, ; ladies of new fence around E.1H\ I \ .
: the i'r'! ,: f or-i, a. : : v. ',. .. ... .. ... \
: of the public<' II... In massy: s.hiiac < ;d j a:, ; a.i who, inquires after tery and the ladies[ of 'if./ t- ,,i- \
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Instances parents an't'n'. much eu: lilt", find; bless yon all.! beam ify the interior: ell.. : .,(-, .
I. :a t tiiaeoiJ' ( n to direct :1 he, min !fs of -. .'
airasseil financially trying to giveth I" Yours sinctrey.! tie oil have to seek r.
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to K ramlcr! thoughts:} and ;
I <'ir children an education in the e\cni.i! J MRS} .1. .1.! HK'KISON.'( green fields far away.passage ...
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'I'"I! PonWithin :ia. on her re"rn hoiin; t"e -- ...
public schools on account of t he different :. Cut
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'j..I! i!dl" '. VVJ'en She >it\V ;1\' I : '.. --- h' ov .. to

changes [in text bool.s. : l::::1 h: [ d,'aiiiiiiu!!! in !he'I w '.., >& 1'r'r -I -hould linr several I The. : at armsi I '

--* 4b'*- "Thai: \* i.- loii--r in Florida m order t j Amc'li lea !b '.-_ ......._
:J gitve! t-ef i> !I't!! .I". ; ". may vet + co'n. r
Ocala has a great future and is on ha II.' enjoy the most delightful season of affray. American iniere.t-, : ,t: Suit \ I

an unprecedented boom. New residences i How far the little' can I-!! thnws) :; hs: the year. The air is redolent with the prote: perfume uf (flowers the tree ari.ve.! I.TamPa .
and business blocks are being I.. ;:atuss boa .

built and oM: ones remodeled. When So shine' a good l d. ed! [in a na'i'I'Y: ly in !i.'ieir: emerald tints and! "'ir :ii'-att- ______ ... I The Times

the new court house is finished (\1t' wo irld." tifwl :- ui::' birds are almos1 bii--ting' : and .Iack .. -. ,

government buil.ling; erected, all the ; their; hale! throats in gladsome melo- fonsin l111att(1! for hat; in t.; had! 'h'

streets paved with vitrified: brick and t' ----- d3" mot Is soprano MadamMan: ; I

electric cars miming to Silver Springs The ("hiall,1 oirsin.h.: diffi-renr churdes! ---" Sell lbrich give concerts in their cm.-- --, 1

ake Weir this city will be with- of the Ci ity have pr.'pan'l 1 tdlt! NlIwilhsT1mlfngH. [ ( "\1In.l': ,. 7" --
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out a rival In the State. programs;r for the Easter St'rn's, 1 I.t \ ->ryone pull algrthrr for 1 K
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t * !I THE SOCIAL LIFE IN OCALA. I ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED a * .' ducted hotels outside of the t'a"TI

PERSONAL I ; -- OCALA'S RECOVERY FROM I 1 coast section and she BOW has moor
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I Today marks the close of the lenten Approaching i Marriage of Miss Lucile THE FREEZE. *I menu on foot, which will lk) IOJ
Mr. Edwin. XV. Davis is beautifying' season and begins a week of unusual ; Ansley and Mr. Sandford Jewett. t t b t doubt culminate in the imildinf; .. y

"" '. his place on XVautula street by having gaity in Ocala On account of I I In l Isv, ,:: when Ocala was almost entirely railroad connecting the gulf and I ih. .

his lot enclosed with a very neai Holy X\reek it has been very quiet in I i Mrs. Martha Thornton Asi-slej announce destroyed by a devastating fir e' Atlantic by a direct lin.- /i.mnir- .t- '

stone fence.Mr. Ocala in a social way for the past the engagement of her daughter a local paper predicted that it would and west.

------- week. All churches believe in prayer: Florence Luc/ile l and Mr. ..IolmSandford not be rebuilt in ten years but while Beautiful! Sihir S.i| i.:: : ,11

San.uel I Valor Ellis, of this; and fasting and the week: between .lewett, of thiciu.. their the embers were yet smoking her citizens song an,1llIr) !jj.-1 t I. ,

city I leaves today for his former home Palm Sunday and Easter day iSN marriasre: to take place on I the! evening wiih I the push and 1 eiitt-rpris! east of the ciiv; and h.i- t.i.id- (IN ,

at Faveileville.\ N. ('. On Tuesday: ( af- apart for worship and consequently all! of April/ the thirtieth( at her home on displaced' by Jacksonville on a late famous all over 'I' W.H and

\ ternoou he will Iw wedded to Mist parties are :abandoned during that Remington avenue in Th.,ma nuth-n I ; TIley

I'Mamie itell in that city and they will time. and the Mule city l Phoenix-likt tourists

return to Ocala the last of the weekMrs. Ocala has the reputation of l heing ,' This anno lnc.-nier.t will!! be !','ad i arose from the a.ihes better and more Ocala! also ha.- a '1..1 i 'I i icour.je

q.. one of the gayest little\ cities in tlit, with a great deal of interest! : lit re owing Mibstanib; than ever. tiiat, is lint t I..1 ,!I. ijrhT:

K. II. Mote bus: returned' kOcala south. There is always something doing to the popularitv: ot the :voting: A. It'Yf'ars later phosphate; wa our own people! bu r r. 'ouiij.

after a visit l ai I.l'eshurland in social circles and in no placein couple. Their courtship: covers a I discovered in the county by one of as well.CaiiHiitrrs.

I is the guest of her sister, Mr.s.I XX'il the entire country are more beautiful period of ears beginning as childrenwlvn I tier citizens anti Ocala rapidly became< tiiet,ban ,s | ni''I'| ,

liam Mocker. Mr. and I }Irl;. Mote are delightful and elaborate parties Iiisnsl.: ..) resided in this city. 1 he center of a busy, hustling. hustling workmen ait- coiitiiiuaii, : > ,, J Jeweler
given that in Ocala. Our people' ; activity.She and today (O< aia !has II'IJ'i; | asa
now citizens of Ocala and their corning For the ,past" t few ears she! has: ,; visited -
to this city is a matter of much know how to entertain well and consequently frequently in Ocala .is the ;:'hpr of continued to enjoy marked citizens! and a healthi( : I i- IJ-M. ,?".

pleasure. invitations to an affair in Miss Violet Harris now Mrs. \\". H. prosperity I until she was again jirosrated look than she has ver ',.Iur.- tiied. |- ,

--_.- Ocala: are invariably accepted as it is Powers and she is a universal i fax 01'1 1 u: by I The disastrous freeze lit" .
alVa! ): :-. a foregone conclusion: I that the I 1'.t: ':I;;.
Mi and Mrs. Thomas G. Bright.! hIin this city nol only with! --- y ,
chili iii'tu, people uf Toronto Canada. they will have a good time.There young people but the older ones as This calamity! )hit:t Ocala with greater OCALA'S NEW RESIDENCES
are several card clubs among I severity: han I any other city in
w'm ih winters! well\ and I! it is i a matter of much pleasure -
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tie! llIlif': oi'; I )( being a"he
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< '. ar. t-xpeci! <'ti leave iodalot: : to them io know !tint she willcome ; Some of the haiitNotut: I t'm 1J.t '
meetings! looked! forward lo witha
'center ot this great In .
to make Ocala! her[ per.uan.nthome. industry. on in Florida ht found '
can o
tin : !lioine. at Toronto. Mr. and Mr.lin : .n a ;11'
M, have been in Ocala for ihrec: great d.d! : l ol pleasure by the members. !section of I the county there! wasalmost ; within the past ear I ht !ha 'H eiitrectid FED G, B. WEfiftOCALA. ,
the second of Mr. ;! five miles of continuous bear .
mot.M.and I their babe Mr. Jewett i is son quite a number/ of ?t.e\ \ FLA. '
slay among us -
Tae: YOIIIII, Ladies' Card Club and ". L. Jewett! one of our be- I' .
1 i. a :m.at t pleasure to their manv ..-I
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I the Married! Ladies Crrt Club han"III'o'n citizens. He has been reared. : in th's' :statistics showed that nearly four- Helot citizens -
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__4>__ in )xi.-tenc! "- for mil!:, :ears and city and is known and liked by t every nftllof the! entire orange crop oh'lorida \ Mr. t'oorge! f H .XeKun| of :thMe 4. 'ipi -.a. ,n.i iiat, Mi I

mieresi in them has n< >. .eraned.: body. He is i a pharmacist by] profession was shipped: from this COUIIr Kean Lumber (Coiiipunv.'\ ... reintx! to I''l <'Iie of ill. to"' .
I tin triage of Dr. luy< ; D.1"1'. ttRl
This wih the soei.-iy set '
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1'01office 1 ry.r 1I"i- I'hr rsi.t. II' 1
and is connected with The completed a btautiful !home. nil:' Fort I"
of v'anu the eldest sun of Mr :and! have oruaiii/ed another card club I
Drug Store. He is a young man Follo-.ving! ; quickly upon the heels! King avenue and on the sutue avenueMr. "i-verj a !tiff Nt.t, .
'Ir.Jln.cJ Ayer, of this citv an known a "I'M-' "P'IO-I" : ., ('ad: Club of irreproachable character and his..llf I tie! freeze one bank after anothecollapsed Charles S C'liien! has it,1! '. Ilidk. Ut .. kIM

'I fI' Louise Kagsdalc Stewart' of II l >, and it 1'1'" proven gnittnj( .' able to t'rieiri!> will all uniie in duniis i attractive and men who were provero new home. in i 0)n'I', b. j I'. :

I -- '. i caner, Ga.. will be a prominent socialevent them. young wife a ( or-iiai u >'\lelnlt-! '> s found themselves almost penuless. Mr. David i.i !S XX'oodr.iw i is ar pre> I tact ii i. I- ;.
( in that city on the tenth .t! Then there r j is a bridge club among Several of the state and limn ,. ., I. '
io 1)eala.'l'hr( : ent }building a n' w 1- Hoe oi t'f r i
April at high. noon. Dr. and Mr.Xyer .-. the .I 1 ladies and morning af-
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man f marriage of11': .leweit! :and/ f ounty officials had large; sums:; o King avenue between the Mi I K'; a. .1' 'to 11. i t.II
will spend a portion of iln-:: ,' t'-rnoon' :and! evening bridge! !parties, af mOIldt'poitell in these deftinc !I. |o 1 IIIII (
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Mi.An hH.t'ymuun in Ocala with Di. 1)-: whist: p.iriies, receptions, dances' anti f:0)and will 1)) 'tended only by theIhr tanks and a number. of Ocala's pl'lIII'inl'lll ished II \> be "II'| .' no*.' ., '\ I |Ultll"I I I

'r': !itarenis. \ al'lIlIS; mgt social affair ti- ike tb"v.inter intiipaie! f The ro'lm.iII business menvere.. on I th. ir tiflli: ""I! a. .-t- t. ttoavenue i i 1" I : I w.

-as------ .-< 01.1111't'I'Y ga: > and delight- !laas his b SnUher. Mr.Sttpl bonds and! this :aiMed, :, to the :' !In'ary, ; : M. .did! M ,I" .' | II. d I ,. I U.ptliII' ,

""- > *. *. *. :$ :*j ; t fill.The : '11 Jewe '. and! :Miss I crushing[ nnancia! blow. I It i i&: alnompossible : ; hanjolll', s id, 1.1" ru .: : "I' 111. .. l'iIn
MARION COUNTY'S STOCK :Nine l O'clock Gernuin; / Club i is! reaii/.e! the distr.av i iiin.i.
Margaret Ans- ;viiI,'. will! ( to : ; :: ant pie! 'loll I' -, e\i| > I'1- I' 110' > iI i1
FARMS. an orgall i Ii;:I 'oll I that l.as Iteen identified fo" distress or'our citizens 'I'hsvwere II.' .
be her sister ; fini-1.! i i ii '0111.1 10 I ,I' ,
s +vit h t the Micial lite ot i t Ocala) for t sttinile1 il'l the' ., '
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; was :iiai ; ; ( ''illll' M 11! .t: ((1 \U !II! a.
'Me!' Women's Edition notes will I:: oars and the t affairs given by the I!, 00 T41', I Hi
Miss Mary I COIlie/ p,'i !:,,..relil: oI'<< I' isa i iMr
Kit.r' t pl 1. inure Marion's stock far.us uuinu: men.! who consM'ute: { the club Mr. i Citv. a iir' '-|>erois! and hI< :r' :' :\ T!,. ".is. \\I'! .pl.! I r. 1 ,ill'
-lie iiovvth of our in !this aiv always: coiillions! thai are delightful obacco fto HIM. .. .1- sum.! .
gnu 'ioitown Ill'
county It will be arum one ? Camp; 1'1' -;.! ate CM it|!, ; i s t i >. _
II iiup.it! : direction. and ilioroiiuhly I : enjoyable: in every the Ocala f Ocaia. wa.deserted I almo.-t! !itt. n a beatitir.. : tie\ t ho.; ". .n\ i ,1 ," 01 i Ii'i

"I i... Marion 'arms are located: about parirfl! far. An Easter. Cerman; i is red io learn The! siibiiih! had trrown s,J, XXVir: a\ ."', '., Tin- ..II'.t t -' .. ,J' i a ; ._ Itll: i I'
!. of Ocala and besides. now benm: planneil Ia!; this club and. that ii I gal i leonine n- I
a n' east I'X'lit' rings whichsonville an 'ot.uimunicipality. :: c'onnii'-1: lon!!, the n.i > -' ar MI i .
.nit!I in uig with line stock are also it will be oilof the most protninen1of \ on tl : : It !had pave'; 'I eii': ai'',! ',', ,11 'I.! 'a- vf.i.,: 11.velojuii !" tl.II .

I-M!1" r.meniing along higher argieu! S the post ''lenten affan room is Mr. its own 1 lire; ch'partlll"II: i a i !, : i 'npai'.t! v. i t :\\ I. .a

mi al I lines, which must prove of great' The nevi' lew weeks in Ocala) will be especially = Macon. tleoi; rails:' ,iar e tobacco: I'actoi, the imp! I' '..''nt.. !: 'i. < II", u : 1/
.UI.III'.I to the in coming ga> Tomonow Mrs. XX" T teN and ai! ihe hi !J.a ai1.1. : rA
me county Moniervalln.manager et: ceteras:" ; ;I avenue ,.I?!; ''1\ it w i .mi- -'
I \ veaiThe farms are in charge of! Cary; en" rtnins for :MN> rushing at of I to a tiiolern;\ citv. In j.>-, more j'oji! /.it: 1\1, 'I I I .

Mi \\ .111..r L. Taylor an experience'! : an afternoon card pan :and in the at Macon! arbusiness fort! nia:: h' aria! :r the IIkhl .o Mr.! I C.iv" :iti H i i.: .. tv'- I. I IJ"\ !I .
farmer and besides evening Mi.-s,; I'y.-' and Miss Weathersentertain freeze almost huiti I. r I.,' .
.I !piactical I quoughly eat every h.ni. oh :S: :th Tliii' : i ; .
,lltnlln:: .nit a number of acres to |lit' in her honor. well City wautioccupietl, :anal i ied I' gee1Z! : ; -. .\ .111"1 a: i i'I' I !l1,ti t I I

eau; ..11101'arious fruits he is evperiiihni.iu \\'t'hh'sda'fling: at the, Ocala home of his the sad re.i'ization' of obv.uth's !r or so ii \\ ,I: < ? tiiii-'., .t'' MI 11"HIO \l t I 1"II" -

with the finer grades I'"' Sea House l Ir au.1Ir:,. I D1 Smith will Miss Allre< "Desertr( X'illaue." Tits !. ,* :' : i I" : ie piac.Two :: I Iii a'

Is..1:1,1: ciiiton and Havana an I Su- !:give a large reception anI I on Fridaevening :\ of the late i of Man 1 : City did tl.. -: :' |I'iri! \ new to* iav. ..t'ly n., '"I.1' '

I mil!I 1.1 tobacco and we may so n expe the Elks! will :.: \c' a reception who were a jag and tra-ting I !: nnxtly!: .;n I bet t: ," in \\ ;1'> d 1 'I II ,II

< tin.results aloft ihse lines in heir i attractive lodue room.sMrs. I linguishcd ; aims! the n nin\ al of her pop.! : Sanclii! / : ,'t( ai.tl .< 1I1"j| : ) I" I I": II I II
t Iii. I'almeito! Stock Farm" lo-ated! : Arthur Hardaker ntertains,.. Siie! wa.s bon niimbi-i. / : o\er two i II.MM- Mr E: \lalon \ "' miMr I "r ,I' I .
the \'Ollllg.adi.\ ...' Can! Club Samrda hied lo:1iadowutaI! !,. .I ;;11" I II II III
.1 >\ !miles >outhw..t of Ocala < >wn but after th to ( : < : (CX If' nut i
'' .. \ alts.Inunl: at Marl t'1 aiul, on Tuestlay her uritiv faced rht-i! t.,1. I I 'I
sit l \1."-, ;. Chambliss: and, Miinrie. several Yl'al"'ilIl' : uti/ens! : X'l'ol.U\' : ( kI'1.' !,< \
!ha .' .veil our count: :> a rtputai/ : >n all! : afh iit..sit \11':'. .lake Brown amiMrs. \ and has 1 disi.ter.bravely! : \ and be>.::an soon I! b'li'.i,; ,-g.nr; i ( ,' e I',, .' tin r II. Ii! I I.

ov I 1 Florida! as leading in .hiII'W ; C. I. Mil"linger zisa leea for that time. A latelv: to i pui! ; thcniM'lv"t". lovvjtm! \' ---s |{ S: L U I'va hi. :

V uliII' ? I in our slate: Mr Chaiubli.: >s, ''1 Mrs. ('. It Kreuneman. :.t ihe I home of Ocala! family and !io sh.ii'; affairs in :such ,I and! < 'h-s, Mai, .. VX'.utiles "I< t ,

wln! > ; '- the leading spirit in i.i-! r.iifi 1 i he'latter/ and! on Wln.lay: evenintrthe : cultured your r thai: wou'd! again gtv.the : "J I.-I' '. .'..- M -'rl!.'! -I'!. II

,. -, has attended' all the bk:: cr-: Nine o"lick (;ierman Club will mint! 'hat she coiniiu !rcial aihutiiu! _. Shad ; next ---.I" .. moi.'i.-: ,. I.4r

il' sales in all the famous cattle! give their Easter (;I'rman at Yonge's married< will i meant!!: 1 'r to have an. I H, <:':. '. ti.w.: i- ii I ii' ,

nun'nl' i IIII' conutiy I and purcha.sedill hall terest in this ...on Ocala! !be-an; :_ .ulllall)' io aua.t centiv! \i.i., t thfii i i. I ideal :t I. I' "

i.p.e nhhonI.'al''rs in eveiin! ; There will also he quite a number The weddiu *. I(K'CUpV) the pl.K\. ill the bllMl.!, s i of v., in 'Inmen' I I'- r I I

stance an.I has .revolutionized ,ih- : of other receptions and parties' ill o'clock on the emhin world that .shhad l last and! ( ita..i .,; < .1! old. ', t I" I

\ faille. industry in Florida He is asHiihusiastic Ocala w'tliifi!! I the! next month the in i t I the Presbyi: lliar ion- 10 !them not1 t having: been streets.There tantial! than' 1 b. N'; .' .e'" ale: V. I II
# I ;as ever t and han. it t 1 of Ocean : (:1) !! ever : t.! ) l if < nc I i iin t tf
.til, J. lAnI"tr)' in \\ell doing hill i i1 it! i issued. I will as issue;!. ,City in Florida! today shows DI- '.t .n- !Il'. i rani : ,'r of !uJ. .

:-1 pu-liini! :: tll iood( work along.II. i \X'e'lne--liy! afh' uIOo'n. \"ril11t' MiBessie sister of the! ivity or business l'nlt'I'l'ri.:1.'S -- ,

.Itills, ,t lie given !loo much praise.li i I "III It. Mr.Charles Kheinauer: and urtHKn.! will be Allivd's maM-of- he center of the: big pho.-pl.a'e! u. SUNSHINE
\ II II. XX'hii worth hasaiso \lI'S.I G; S Scott will :;ice a t'ele musicale h.l1oanti\ : \1( r. A. Campbell( of A'- livery in the state and main oi i 'It' -

:UIII' I.d 1 :a reputation! : as an cnlhtisMM ) at !their attractive t adjoining lanta. wil! be the ,rooIll' be>t ;nan.Tin largest tuqientine! operators and him Tin ;J".A' ot" ', ; 'if )J. J.} BIERMAN
homes on Fort King 41\ sans' will tit'IC'SSI'S: H DXVaiK. her men reside in Ocala. She has
I h -'o 'k grower and lIiBIII'lIt' hogs I ushers who: rt'--- *un-i i i. its v.eiitt .
I tl. Socially!! as in every oilier' way, P. Mickler. X F. IJKimer two strong banks, two daily and
I ;u 'III:': shipped to all parts ol : jr..l. .n-iot) :, III' ..: Shoes Repaired and Made
111- farm known as th. Ilia Ocala heads: ,; the list. and I XVillet tlrotiver. hive' weekly newspapers; and has tin
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>i : 1 is situai' ,,:, in IU.', l ir.: .' way
w., .1 I Stock Farm --- Immediately after their wedding l largest and greatest number of mer even in the dar"*- -' .iu t.. otid *> ,i|"- l I'i i i :>'|'i4nOTA

II.I IMwards: : Hrothers! Mr. S '1' The Graduating Exercises of the \Iand\ Mrs. Allen\ will leave for ,cant .' e.-stablishments of any interiot all power to < on.!: |. r'l.X

SI'IUIII! : and I Mr. Samuel R. I'yles. Ocala High School heir i home in Macon. city in Florida.\ Ocala has two ice The world! i.- ,t u- .-. if ->'I : \
of "". eiiv. Ur. tiueriani; and I Mr S The rI' Hatillg! exercises! i.f the -- --- pant: S. two packing establishments a time man whoa i.es his. ho. idas III t mmn mmm m mi i

H .Han; skill. of ,... .lllh'h.. nun b, Ocala! }la;nll! .(";uul l will be held at the Miss Thagard's Standing in the Me- rate and basket:: mill, three platting his vtry t) e : whose face.-. a pi' a'irgcotind. I
., soekfain : Baptist tl' 'ueli on Frii'av' evening.May tropolis Contest. mills. a barrel factory a canning fac
till n1 : mi d! as possessing large The uta:IC' |I"'" r ot t the s..h JOHN SAMMIA
l and are doing much towardsniuKniL : the tvvenu-fourth Miss Lillian Thagard. the oldest tory, three cigar factories. two mos' shine man I io t tran>fiirrn tiie! I most: tr-
:: Marion county to Florida what There are ten members of the class daughter <>f Mr.I and Mrs.: E. P. Thaeard. ( :- 'actories. two cotton gins a velve t ing situation! in life is w.nti' ni. .ri !i.aler in

\ Hi. Mite glass region is to Kenutck! > 1'iis; year. \Il. Harry Kubin. Dan Cap- .\. of this! city has made a :splendidrace lean huller lime works. electric light:; than. a fortune in t d: mv Theft is I ,igreat
Edwin Spend r. UrantleyVeather being conducted !! works one steam laundry G.. YU. *$ FiriH He
Idt'nuan. in the I contest pant gas nil tilt ;inai! .aiie.' a.s. ,. III .:I.. ..1| ,
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\ *. Misses! II Lucre' Suuulley! by the ..laeksouville1e1rnluis! for a hat employs over I thirty: hands and: .
cheer 1 A [i.ifu ut h.I' a t to 1 n I. r dan.t, '
t -> Lee Cariisie: .l.-s-iiu! Martin and !\ou b :\I .uo "t t t t'-. '
has ma
Minnie free trip to the JaincMown Exposition ( she an ('lIorI11OIfuunllry\: .
of n.gUJliIl"; his! I. >M h t a::11! h, it' h ; i
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Janet'ealti 'r andt'al'llJint' I 1"1'' +' .irk l It .(la, I ,
Evt-lvn: 1.iI.hn.! < > or to New Y 01'1XI'W Orleans nine shop. chtt-rful and "Plil.-'l',, than! he ti.t- "
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!1'asteiir.: Havana. Ocala and Marion county lead off
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i if he dwells on his: ; i.nWliat
..t ( '.tiholic cl1 itch is not yei! full! The gra: -!Inung! class under I the I direction Miss' Thagard I'. -.a.thl'\ list in this in the good roads movement all,1< a won.ii,: r'ii' :ih.iu' iv to. i t..
irown although! ;: it \\ ahuill just oi !Iroff..1. H. Workman: principal district the result of the vote as announced her miles upon miles of hard roads < MRS. SPfLLitiIANBOARDING
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able to iarron' .i4- "i 1'
nh'U' \ due' years a-i tI It perhaps\ can- of I ti.-! school; an1Mi l ,>> Sarah in Friday afternoon's paper fading from every direction are the .
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I I : to east a ;:;: 1\1 i Ir : n iti I < J'"
(])| 1"1'. tailed a fliurfh hut only a kt'rt'a:11I11 Prof. Malic.have i accomplished giving her I':!.">:M I I'olp:; The final admiration of tte state. Ocala'r upon ev.-rv cotidi'. "' T..., HOSUE

cli i I. 1 excellent work in I heir count was made at twelve o'clock last streets are busy with traffic and her }power to I nankin-! .. 'ti -.id!
was built in I ISM! as far as wecin antI from n-tw on until] the of the and .
tI senior year night but owing to the closing many beautiful: private teams au ness; the nr.n; ;. 'iknu- s .:, F..rl Kitiji A\e .
.1-, ,. .tlalll bMr Timothy ( ;liltu close of the t I. rm they wil \I. 'I I t. more telegraph: office in this city at ten omobiles attract the eye of flu worth eveiytiiinare '. .1'<" OCALA. FLT i

.111. >:.1! citizen )i (his county an..! diligently: 1 than ever.ir. ii'clock it was impossible to know the stran er. -taruni! .; t u' I.. Ae r *\ .1. ... -

.0 1 1.!lent t'uiludii- | XV F Yociim. who is at the t P sual result before today However. The enterprising w.i- dedicated! b> (the late Itishop head! of ; I b- tit part 1I11'nl of Pedadogy Mi!>s Thagard's friends: : are confident! art- also leaders in the movement to willmuch: :less I Il'lI'llIIII Suet lard a I .0 I I ?* K \11 \/\l.l.I

\I\ "oJ. i if Si. Anvils-line, ill :1 seinut in the riiiverr-i'v of Florida al: iJainesviilo. 111' her ultimate success.The : : : make: Florida famous for its fin taiistnun Ti.r! w.ll: ni-ii l i'" ':.i vv-

\' 'hit! t is Mill remembered! for its vvi'i' ; ileltver the baccalaureate! contest: has been a very exciting stock and several fine stock farms com! vvh-'i.t r 'h! > '. .z: iTht II. I MMplml I I : ) t'

h-a in' strength( 1 and! power. address "n ''"' 1tt: : : "! tar utaduat-! ( :: one and the winners of those are already owned by Ocala businessmen :: d< t. : .. .r a" "I.! .. i. i .r .

FaIth I D Itottoiast'io is tlv priest jug t.xt'rl'-: u 1'1;u'''' will certainly be very lucky as in the near vicinity of the city h.-ifl; ::: : t.. II \1 I IJC t i : .. ,1:11.
in rtrarg.' u f this church and! is \er\ Dr. Yocum i is the tat ner ol MrXV.. the Metropolis expects to ;ive !itmiests The most prominent gentlemen: interested a

'ork i I .voted to his work. The church is f7'iit( '):'. of this' (city and b > is one a royal time. in the movement are Messrs. 7., -

I ruiistitutly gaining accessions and is uf the :iiutsi pr.i.mucik; an I 1 est i beloved ---- -- -- C? Chambliss T. T. Munroe. C I'ar: : C

tiring more and more fell as a religious men in the educational.! : : circU-s.: of Arrived Too Late.A michael, Hf'rlwrtnfl'rson, E'IwarlsBrothers _

force in the community. the state and it! !I'< a unit iei ot t ureatinterest < V.TV: "splen.iid! : article by Miss and the owners (of Mar.oiarms. : 'n

--- Serus are held regularly thename that he !is M be MI!i o..t.n: ..leffer-'ti! : Bei1: a firmer: Ocala woman. PLUMBING PROGRESS ,,

as in our larger cities and its ihis tiim. arrived too late for publication: in the The sales! of fine: stock at the Pa!
attached to morning. May the nine -- .--. Th* .. .r.t r a ci r* .
uit-iuhrrs are devotedly On Sunday XX'otnen's Editon netto! farms have already anractb.1 -- !I "iripe
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their little church and are doing all i teenth. Rev. lieorge Hendree HarriSon Miss: Hell is one ,f the !b. -t I known attention of the finest breed rs .r: i-.- peo! tr.e years sn hoe r-ui.oiij; K is

lit tl ,'ir power to extend its usefuln the popular young rector of newspaper women i in t the > >':s'land I\ he: United State and the o.vmn /" -t': ra evident in the p.urn rung ut v.e : -

-ss and influence '' Grace Episcopal church in this city, her writings; art ;;'t' >t.. .- 'e- edinnlyplever ; have shipped fine stock not only in'- '\ I' : Modern /fixrum and open plumbing, i"t.', r t

The visitations of Bishop Kenny areItrsl'rI will deliver the baccalaureate sermon and interesting.The. different sections of Florida bur. r.. -'--" TT )-.. to sanitarv: law iui i gay: nap/ :. ,

forward to with interest: and before the graduating class at ib management of this paper j is ently made: a shipment TII the. O't I I t .. viKTy arc the muit nof.ev.un. :n.r ACM '. t*.
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*t' Uishop is nursing this little: Baptist church. particularly sorry that the article was \ninion. "* ,\\(
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\ _1..1 with great loge and tenderness. Ocala is i proud of her public school :so late in reaching Ocala as it is :avery The i ity rpt'ntly'uted to issue: ) ?"" '. rit. r-.. -*\' .< \ Our huMnes.is i plumbing: rnprtrtJ f'* .**.
t which has to be the l Iit'st in the hav.' ., 1 "% I Poriciain:
grown fine production and would "i :in bonds to be used in imnrovitu .4 *" S AM.. J :(. \Vt sell .'.oJ ir.tatJjrJ
A Correction. state and the graduating exercisesare added much to tr.... edition. h! .- t :vctric light service and! in bet/ V :; & Enameled: piumhng: r.itures and the JU WJC''. :
Hx ixersighi the! name of Mrs. always interesting and draw a -M. -- the sanitary ((1.- .
r'I an : ; r i-r! the streets and : t i/I t\ cxie'-'icnvc:: of tht-t: good backed bv> our wn
I inics Robert. .\ Uiirfonl was not signed to large crowd A LITTLE STRANGER.At condition of the city. She has jll,1c'll1Ipldt'd ..... -"'- the k
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the article! on the XX'otuau's Christian t -- -o. eleven: o'clock Friday morningat ; a handsome r"III! "" tour rcpuuiun

t T. mpt-rance "I'nion. of which she is ; \fl.-What relation is a loaf of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank !louse and the United States;: govern

the author, and which is found elsewhere bread to a steam engine Bread is a Teague a little: stranger!: made his arrival i.en1 I't.; j just appropriated $s.'...tsoti R. E. VONGE & Co..

in this edition. This error isEn'atly necessity. A steam engine is an in- and will make his home per.1.;: ..i a ;- iibuilding for Ocala ane
regretted by the editors and vention. Necessity is the mother of nently with them. He is a fi',. '. .' :' .. -. ; as been selected.

'r apologies are hereby extended Mrs. invention : therefore a loaf of bread fellow and Mr. and Mrs. Teague have Mara enjoys the distinction' o
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llurfoid i b mother! 1.1 a steam engine! the congratulations of their frieuds, having the largest and bent f'On
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t i ; .,. i!, .1'! .1.! .- ; :' \x't-h: iriisr: ,t.. : i .. I !scurtii' i raj'j S I i I II' \

zy ,}r r E : '. o'k- 1; > '''!1. :;; ':,, : i Tl. :.ri;!: where! it : a .x.i'. .. : ; '-lingLab\ j i i

', .'. i \\ : ;. xx.i't i uni.--: an.l! i i.1' .f i : j.e tj.i; ( k --V d!, ( ; : : \

t Er, '.,L p( q' .Nt : ry : : i; . :': 'I .\1. Te!; fiaa i ixvatei Tiie Mransier, Mini--' :.e- -'I'-pris.' ,.. ''d" : :! : :

< a"iiai.-! : ; .. ". I peri: > -c'y! ih-i l raibe : ;- a cruii.or a blue bet n run ;siainim{ ; ;: l ban ;; r, ., ;

"4 x <; *4 s :.ii.i'r! ',1"1l! u; the \xa----{( ancient: budding! ; eypres.snrnp.} !, { Visit the 5 anj 1 13 Csit Sloe
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-trai.L--: : i.ri-: :: !: iiiiiiit Wld..j: i'n' { ihej! quickly; rise at I tlv I f.1'-1 '

I :r is- ., J i-: "o! :, ,..1',. ,..II'nd! !' :a- the alarm'! :a :i. i fly down stream trailing! : "lit )' [ I :

;- .. -[ ,.. -4.: : >' :allt i'. CUi-lu'.ai--; X'.itil: !their + 'i'1. -rs behind! and jll.l: i. ; 1 ; I !

a ? ,d "ir; .I.' i .- ;a iai'-e, : : .xaftT llioc around! iia; : !i"-in"! 'I>{ the I I river he !loll 1 Ii. I: : R.l L. MARTIN
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4. ... !. la.alx 'i,1.1 :
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; ( i : : < oiue !iijioii iii! :.i! a_:ain wh-re; tin.:
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... y t. .k ), vM q. ,!< .' ,- aMI i'I"1': ; 'in- !iniitoni, iiave .iluht.-d! : !;: on s 1*!me naked! snarled! *

.+ t .I; .I- if i ;Ii- -a'alx' >a n-. i'-i:.:. limb that! reaches our o\ir. t tii-- waJ'rKintihers : ; !

y tt ;, !ii ..I"! .. a ; ,!L! -iov.l!;> i. ar the :: I II>. low aero- I tl.e; narioxx { ; I --I' : ; I.I.i ; i I'

.r 1 ; at- !_' "' 1 .lI'! M't-r' r: "-.lililili-T! '' SIIV..IH! !! ahii drataitt( {I'\riou *Iq rh.O;;
t > t .
''s ; -, ; -. : ;d'-; 1\1.: a: a nine! ilaiu! ; \br't; : colored, rtowr.s near : I" : ; ;

; :,. t :.d i iv' 'ir-i-.n' !i"!'" burd'-r. I For juite) a diMaiK-: :!: i f Timber Lands

t F. i : ;., it ; ? 1 in: -:: ,ivvn t I. > ;r'sn.'! !! {the !' ani"iu! r ii it:,. knotty" ejpr--s/ :rooart, ) : '1
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\ .- liU'r'o;, : ; ; : !! .: r.n-eiby': t'i: I the tlaminv::; spikes "I t t the Wo.1 ,

: 1 : .1 il j.- .- !iiiiili! I'.1: ; r's ia..a. frinuiim; the wa'.1"th. <: 1 I I I, I :

., o>k / If .'t ,itt; ii. .' ':I.'iJ '. !i.a.- al-! :CIIlt: !.urnxxth of !the '-> a' 1

1-- A.f t ... < t--i lawa i : !L if hiu ''!ciii'h!I ;.iui out of its riiit! i k uru: 1 /1"1 '

t .,.,. ,. .:. [ :. tin .- : Pi'im.a ; !}, ; : ; : ri.-. I tae! purple! sta: i-.a. 'i'r.: :' ) .:\ } l. ) '. )A

r s JIt<- ." : :- / >'i 1 .. ,'' !i.nu :oou.: f. > !I.11, .

f, ': r t : '. : l o r.i: : ;h-l: ri\e"; is reach- ';jria--: : t ttat!( on the -uri'ae! ,: ; .; f -

i o : I 1't' -i .';;'arp; i ji; :' ot:t dixisen to r an t are nu-r bv. nie!I +ij.-i .f r .:'. i I't i

a :. .; fit! :11'.i: r o:' the l!J'. "!' tlfeSHi.: .!. 1::.! V !If, '.' ,I I (" MOKEHi I .

.. ,.' :u .. '.' : 'ia-'n!: n-uiMx uars; o!' har.u!: ;iil.e: a thick! ; ciri-ii: : i r.: : 1 ,,

% ,k I i h l.X i l illlf:,I !ill i: f ,1' .!I' of :the h-, '.\ IJlhDS ut'tL'* ftXXtei i :L, >1t .

( : :- !i'.i'X.: 'en[. :in the .Xi HOTS t'li ;s.iir.!!;. places( tiie :uroxxth of: .. :

1 '- .; rai-! a 'ir.4! ihe au'u.-; Sunu- ;:2"1 l til is so: rank; that i r : ,I! [t mmhe &

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<. ,/ i- ".,> : ;KI- ; ::1 trip I a j 'irn. y (i,[-:.uit ?- the narow river bu: ; ; <

..... .r ''ui! "la ;id.! 1 but tii--: -laiile: i i'I i.-, ;nut 1 is siifficienil; ,. \\ IiI to. im ,

'. \ '1 ; 'j'| 'i'e: : I n: K\i-r> tiin.u-! : in fairy v -' "
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'S tPX' t i. .:::..1! j i- inn., :.ai'v: dain"- and airy ;;iilati'which: float dole! >: '''U'i., a .t :

r '' ai! bt-: :\> ..iAHiiiies.tiiid/ I ;railtI' !- 'i; ,!t. !!airy islan.iThe! pt..f.! ,. .. :

-- ; I 'Ji'l l tb ii.es: ; and ; ,>: lit'tiiS'! *
.,a k ; ,..i-in-fi; l of the! Io-;: rafts that 0:1.- ,:
7 mal Ti.nv.r! winds I Ii' Th Cigar That I Sathhcrt'w'ii
'' ; is t : eM'waiup.: :'II! aieei on ihe \xa; dote ih'-
itiv t :tnl! 1 "' : :i- .-. :.U'iurve.! ; .-. ana; doubles: v.\ aiia to the St. .lohus I Hit-r i i- :" 1 I

-w c S"yfl tw' 1"t t, a.:a-: : /-I'; throuuh n-it.- of moss- !i-: due! !to these tinv ''!I'taei'! : : 'i N tt f3.+ n3 aid: : Name

1 iliti'! : 'i' f. ;111'''s'';. ai.-i i pine, a.id The long snake: i.ke raftin ; i I R

>, .J :it\: < : \xarninta: ; sc. ne j is i bends of the river! the broif 'i 1 : ,
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l'i! .; .1 : I the Ofi 1 ,: ',ab.l i.S flow the! lots just shoxvinj; a'--' I ,

"TO THY CROSS I CLING." Hl_ r'' .' ; .a.-i' a ;i' -. .,r )paiuiettf.-: ( xvaier. are wr..al !H.I and! uat'ai I !! : 'l'it' 1

-' --- -- -- 'ih- .. ,- .a 'riH'a.ii''" :r' 11 in r.. .,ivith hyacinths, until iusjiead i 1 1 ..1 T. NEEDHPLUMBER

-i :.r'''": :." ;and! Mn.r. !r-a crij-p! lea\-- i ractiiiii: from tiie beauty < ,.f 1 ti.iitv L .. D

1,1'\ ;. .- ; !i- \' !r.t! -ttiinhs! ." i i! add greatly! to i' ;and .-. I : : :,

A BAD LITTLE PiG. = x w. t ::' ,!,. : !1" pair +"- arc past :aim! .!o>,'cl an indispensable Hart nt '" "

v SOME CUTE SAYINGS OF LIT .: a-u: : : 'i.. ni.x.'i" l itiU: : i it'l1l'p of 'h! 'tire. The presence! of ; !h-- : ii.I :,. I

Written by Mrs. t'. R 'I'\'duh" for o TLE ONES. 7 -xan; ;1 i Pins: (,'. all.: : As far a-: ( h> I I'altThat the St.; ..Johnn !.' ut',' ,
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the Children's Department of the : .1. i .1+i '. it ,i dni.nuade; o' ,1'Ii-. ; ; hand and that soon. aK! : : T i

'3 Woman's Kdition.i "Alaiiuna. ma> I rituon Mr 1 !. )!,'.. -r'saiii v !1' :u'x: trunks witi: !, -carcely! ;a : nii:> \tl!L.: mouth lit!! lie OcKlaxial.a) :: > ? '.t TINNER

-- :.ali\ alpt'," : \ a six y .ar o\i i l.o;; ;a.- ,; :irt',1; tl- v !r ;ca 1 lne: > unl: l oral |n ached an.! the traveiier xx ; : .l. i j ; ,

:I bad little pig ran away one day ht' passed! th..' lit'L l .:iidu! : .. .nda! \\ : ; -'p! (of tilt 'ivand! ; ti!: uray: o steam om int-i. the !Irness t r .. I r::1: ;\

From his dear old mother :so ;oo,1., I11,' t'ltR ai Ur i oiiu i li:1;; >-' 'i! :the!; L':tI>:, .ii'at: : (color f n e\er> i i.t picnlrt -(ga'| : rixer.Viti!- a a, ...; I : i Gas and Steam Fitter

-oOo .t i: !i1 .- :.dl! ivv': imir;: xvit': uinilv.aviiu : '. --h 1, 'IJ
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And said he was coin to live! by himself ; !! : : t-a.i-s; all that \\,1'.1; ; d .
A c: ntit! Ihall.11.. wa.- I r.ninr !I.oj'! !hea.x ( : -- -
; i'a; >-e.- of ;:1.:1; j'P-- i tehind h'ii.i' ami! realise.-! 'I.I', .- ; I : ,5'.

In the midst of the dark sreen, uriKfd I a !itti,' srl.: :x io; !Lat! j.r.! I r 1'1'\ is n. a '.tni i tti I :' ak; 1 Ue ;"ain I la.1III. the" exi-r> t daHowev ill! << '

wood curls if she uoiiii'n1' ;:;l\f !him 51,.. -i: t !it.--! nu. M--n[ at! ni'.1; winn! :'. ivnh l i tat reui.uiitni.oiiies : 1 I.I i j'r t !fBaths
of h.'i' hair and :> !h.' 'Ij.,1. I'll '_ 'U' hiirshi *F
1t : aii:: Ut f i ihe \\attr fov\! th.
He knew xmit l I the acorns grt'\\"lllt.n. < I I thought that what he lalrft .-
you some rno's. i. ard. ibird' : or animal! l it'r! 1 I.
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Iy' ., !|Id > ttrri r- :a I i is: a real and perm! mem !picture ,
t And tL! iiu! :l.orx nuts were fine.He )Otl r Fe. .d! 'n..t t ; > :1all! art e.-n iltIti'.s and will!! probably he I i'I'' f.r n.aiivvenerations l t. I
iiin'"r.-' ,>uind; the! IIi11L'F; ) ? t' I I I.ra! tliere an ":l'.t: the a Hot Water Mp; d\5.\
was i n-1 I of Hurl I !ii'i'k: to : tt> see. and l marvel: at
I 1I I dl : HK;. is sioini" !;; !to open up an ifi I inim\ i ,! :i i ;:a'11': ri-.a-! : iliai; tbim"itslow! mil J to enjoy. .\' / ; Wash Basins Ci I ) rt5 t ,

,. !or. aid! a i;-aieman: :io i. -> x.M, ;It!::.' i ill-- Hind. wh: ,
Am! .ft. .iiu will I !h. :r ,," iIH'. > : ; I i to hide lll a boat VISITOR ;\ : i I :
.irtht-r day. and:! ti1.1' !rr: v\ho! -- --- -- Roofing Tin
; : IIi.; '.a ._ 1" i l !: : i t ,
'' .Mand} ltiiU:; l1 S> \ t'i! \ ::1 <: I){11, --- tti ; : i
So. O't il', 1,1r.1.: { t' '.el, l.t1 "tie {,< ; ; Valky Tin.
Ml/ ,1 ''il- !llltle.! { ""' .' "I : ;\.l; 'i. ->!iiul.; 11: :[' \\ i ii u ly ;', A :'NEED) JUST 1 LIISLr L p I I II i iIH PAIN ft J f-'AKAGHAt-'H !I' : < ; !

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If 1 .1\ -re lo- --a' I 'iifSH ...c. '-\L .' > II; 4 till! .1 uii; t t.ii'.mie.; j i ii :any ILl' of' bi!" :ia: !ie ," !I' :a i .-. v fj

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Ho'i-" ":1' thei. i. !..j} !.xe. i.u = .' o'l.' iani':: ;a.splinters /Lt-r x\ t I'' ;; !,i 'I 1'[ I' i ii! t..-. i hiv.; i|" i U '' lf>>r :. ,. -tn.i i .:! e '
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'31! \\' + .1 Ih I! :'il! V.'i',' ,e.TOXV I .v Miss Sylve< "". i i _' 'A-; -iii' ,. ... |J.i.-i_ !> '-A-V I'eivetl X'. il :" fe.l" \a "f .... qCr; -rt: :
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'. .x. A Book. 1'r -, .. M 1' I a1' :. hre :-i : I 0
y- 'ivf j 10'\ : deine.i! .
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For '' '10"1 it !1"u v\as. i ;:: a : home.!!! I Kill! 1 : ii \ ;. -si x.- i i .i.i \L-ll/ to ; iki. i Kihiin-r I Il : (. -1' ;j' uncut-! ..! !I".., 1!1.' t r e: s (")
Hf ate and I'.raK the : vn; \: \\or.l-, \ I, _' I
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rI\ I'. lii-'Ii! '.:uu" i ite late i-r, ". ..r are x./a -: ot
}His i spint :: rtty roi H iis' < t- ... )j(
lal''I,1!
He I a'.n his little tliilXX'
:i. ( I poor \\li;. 1..JUU1! ill i it ,: i i-i'! :
r And "I al't'iit iu his He 1 Knew a<> more!) that !:-' x a.-, !poXor t T'X "
Ipt'i i te.iitl > < ';;* 1 !ina-le! .\ '. sir. I'vo ji-t: ejii;! : mir' -. 1lie
\ t'i! au.l! uruntt'd\ that hi, franifva> t! i-t. ; -- -
syuta !! and 1 cried! PlY [ 1\.11.' t f. ;nuer d.'i'i-t\: '. :M-t-: J : > ; ; -- ----- "
y. He dancvd uloug! t'ie !; ... .. l'i
for jOo \'. ( diiiiiy ::ays. t L ;' .l; : : .... rII'! i 0

very happy l was he. I And this bequest of winsrsWas ... .. ,. .' 1 "lidl I: I I .,1.. ." "r:: ,.( ;,; "'1:, ': ;. ,... .1! iLe xt--r: i ix'ei i .
(b-it ;a book. What! 1 lilhtostued : :- I' \ .' I ...' ..
The : I, "
big woods all I' >
green are 1t1 t \ .11 I h- ,
Y ti'ij/, ; 'i;l' i KOr.
I nice \ spirit b! nle5 : ;' .' :' .. "
11 II iu>lt 1'1.: |I''.i-! >.:,_: .1 ., :ilC"'i. ,11"1 I l .(i.C 5 () Q' )
And acorns and nuts! are fin -. Emily: Uvkh's-: '. !I. .. !"t>' iI ">- IK-,. t'oi'-'Iu1:,. 1- e ;
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Hut piss i will End it better at ho'ne. .a.- -

With their mothers and the otb-r New Version. ; .' 811 ,
\ Pel 1 1 if r. -- _.-
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:: a rvtv:: !I.. J ui.ere : !iiad ri
( D.\ \l ; "1'i i inkle. twinkle. I itj' .or. ,\ ,. .. \',. .
: TVDIN'OS: :+ 'l.\ tarTtachers : i.of i, J I d.. I .
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l ...t .1 Vfi d.! : :.! .X-! ; "lit i t' ;' : '
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a-ld us wb-it: yo1.\ : :ar : [ .f i. : :i ..
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1(. I n' :l.i two i.-iv< it was: ; iij.ami .- and we throw in
The! minify panic inV... : >. i 1- YOll a 575
f :_ ;v.x I'1; th! | >ia\-itri-. : : '

A. L Wade : lj old Illl do" 11. Howew i li; I ,
mi! t<':T.er< I li tv.'ser.v. f"l.oI

j i in.i Secretary Cortieyoa! lu.- ? ei ;lid! 1 t.e! it'CCI'r- S.ni'-!L <;.t.ol| '. .-. bath tub I .-

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i with three assistants looked after the Carne of Bartow was the next principal -i j- !!H .
HISTORY OF THE PUBLIC ''M-ioational tiwn ana i :-a.'a'Jie!: lJoid\lI !:_, : 'r r-., 1-.0:' 01) ;,, r. I'-r M.f
1 interests: of the town. of the school He did mulch: tj NEW PRIMARY SCHOOL BUILD* ''ed C manace-
SCHOOL OF large enough to accon.r.-da". "h: > ,f
OCALA. Foil ffii-r. an! -\etVi.r: 1 cuftiOiinet 0001-
t ail: Vr! .And'-rsun Miss! Fannie bring the grading of tne ;: rhojl up ru ING. first .
four grades of rl Km, : .
ClarK. wl.j : u'-: p..Nd of u-flceix: president.president \ .tcan -
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tWt'ufY'fhrrty'ar has I thfrequired standard hel'jw, '
which f
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When the subject of school days in her rimy Such afep -ho-ilil,. !ht'ak> [l a' n. : i "i .. tJ r.Hi.tD1'1 i:< 3'CfPt
I golden \'en her thought, indeed ihad fallen becaus of thelonennd! Eastern Part of the City Advot di-'ant: whv
>$ tunes"is broached her day. not have 'h.bHiHt I Tars: and i treasurer+ and Iht" '
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'\ to the life to the careful I conscientious 'I term fo.L-a-ing; the finauoia: : e. :.-iaii f; cated. of !t ti.mbt. ,. ,
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oldwr residents uf our town their 1 raining of mir I hms; and ::iris. Mihri: I the precedinsat s-- = * II"P.
<1':'aik- I .\. TP.X. The! Teas.irr.. Mr W lJ ,
n- onl! !i.an tar;
\.n to !the flays! when the ur.u.-iia' : UII.anJ! j The ahnx to T--:, ('i\\.t.tt; >."i.J! :. \,; Tn>iv jt: I r'u.n !1 u'':. a'a.:< :.-- !inc.ties U ai.
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main ulb.. hors!! ttirhiu! and! without '" ..tuiir.art- U..1Io' i ..l.: .. :. ,
a t>ll1illaryIoas loeuted! in rioccupitd( ; It.,' tnt pru.iarvcr': ; : au! : v'.i,.. :.*: .r." a i .ai:- J.:i.Uiurn. i.- * * ,*
br school! room iiiitfht I I peenre\ a h."l'l' tI'a;J"n .. .. .
a.iiir.to oneof nietit and 1 rhi- high pthool i / t.,.' i i. ... "
pruj-i Set' : I.I..J. *
ami! [I. THE
when
: OCALA PUBLIC '
jieoptt rout difK. equal] Usefulness LIBRARY. Jot: :her t..r: ; > ui j
;Ib'iilt whtlr Air Tarn hid' charge: : of the aioi.g inie-: : a" mea'i! iiio-i !in t'tcIu' ?'J. ; .. : .. I. ., ,
,"" of la I hs ., r .r._
!> our state, as well -j the public school became \ I' r : to' 1
\ school. !
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and !:
In" 1-111.1 iile.
One" of nhid' .' ..
tj ftv ,. :Ij.il"'"" .tttw.; flocked to tli' Ocala! graced !whOt'hl> \\i !h a faculty ... .. The Ocala Piiiiic't! Library .\,;;;,>('..1. I.. ;
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I'rofi-:= \Vork.ian.: m.r o.r v >u'!ti'i': !'":i .
*fnhi of three leader-. Irt''n- ;, orsramzed::: in l l' )j, LOW n'lu-'nr"'! .
lib .M.il i .1! b> the fine I Tin- :war tol- : / Mr I Tan.: t. :
I {principal! canie! io uion: star a"u. found) .u ..i -r:.uu.. -V 'toih.v .
urp> t.-ti .11..1! the careful! 101\ in, this se\.uis; to have been one ,:!i.uu 'He uUdied! in"UiPers. Although! j 1 ':ants: 'luart.uartnt. !! 1..). .,. ,
The &co! I ti": i iip.ul; :,'.,d-'r-. '.r b.
\Mtll- li> Mi1they \ioissiitides. \11'';. 11.! R. sins was j t.e:: ;IInlii1t! niei.'it-rs.ii' : :: ; tee uf $_ ;.". p"'l ll' v.li. .i:..:
Were five huudred the .11r"nit; !! IIi -r.e ti'i
and hfiy pupils: and : ::i'r!: as ,
: AH -, 'iu.li.! To this luude tirsi! assistant; but a.nu out- f.1'! "I.1-: :-i.ppui' : : .if :,t !hiit,\ .i'i.* t-n; !. !, II .a;: ...
1 j'Jurins: the present term it hay reacntd well: us b> th. bui'ding! it ;,.eiI i- Tl:r .
.. It "1'iti-b, d iu ls V wag obtained to !fill the position of rirei:> Illa.blpiate!! :'t !la': ''" Wha' j 1 t Ii .
ithe highest enroMiuent!! : and hay made observer abkti! ul.tam: [ a :nuh* r luir
I n 1 In ie principal' ; !, se acted in that ealu.ltyhI' ass.,('.ariuU wish i1 to he. \i.: i t. ':1., a'a,... .
II the highest average attendance in 1f'hjtor .lea as 'u j..c wha: may tie e.xpec'e.1*
.1! I t the hivt nio.ith.!! .Mr.! .A.Vhb ,I > (willS -.''1"J VOlililira.! UH !:i i.llllreferenee : ,- _> > .!1 ,;. .. ::1..
11'1",1.! v. The cla.-s of ten puuil J thai of t!ii! ,- p'ip.: 'I! .1- irr'f"tit! l : .d 1 IJJI.I.anL :
ha .. .' :as then; :tppuln'! ,'d (prne'po'' '>ut !he book--. bea'htr: : ; .-,'n IH' I:. 11, "' n' .
I \ : ;>'i"; ,jis to be graduated,! at the close! : of the 1 :: I.l\: 1.1''ti! : D.jee-.. rat:: 'L.!
\ lid I I Hie! 1 .. A as ahno-t! ( immediately! taken{ sir I'k :I I., magazines aId the d'altj; 11..1. s' !! 1111 1I.1I,.,
,jI : u; i i'i present term is the lar;.-st with all*- e..e: and! tas;: e a-5: etii.j; cinfivafe.i.' t as .
,:j'II ,. I"! lln and! he died!! before the close! of the :' ;:t' I"'IP"I '. .p ;1" .. '
!1..n.:'! j except ion, that has ever compiled! the well! a< the niuiu trainer: 1 1:1: oii!it'r direc'ions l
\ .. i ; i'IH'-:: lHonth. \1r. William Cmhiil' taught; I II \v,. wish t. i en.pLd--! .' '. .
:II11.:111 : .\ 0111' of "i Of thisas! !I.\ .laily; ; ra, .
; > .I.Y.; l < ot t"-n : .v- g vv- "--c i iocho. .
:th' : :. .. 1, :' .1 lit' tPYrt 1/I'h,. ., -
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; .Nlr' I i a1 I : i pupils/ four e'lteieii! the fir.tand ( aradejiiere = .. .HIa.' .- ::" hint! .-I'._' ran. al: pt.ri-oua have: tl'rr ot : /he>< L
f .: :, : < \11', ( \\'. 'faucuf. books .r ..
I.--. i- ., -.nvill- \ :." i ", and papers:: ued in h- [ii i, :Jin : 1'.1 -
: hart pa;;>ed thrush/; ui; : t ei .\11. _.. ,.
n'ut i ; 1- :l\
Or:;. i I. !....d l I'han! of 1'1' : L.P- ;: ',. .
cootsF'ullu':1. ,
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.ItII1'' : M ol i ; 'fin grades 0'th.... t-rarv. a small tee beinir: charge i u I: \\ml ;JUitt a i
school
i The !ial'?H' now: .
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l'et-.u "t :
aiul t : "inla- i:. \1:1.: : !. \r! fancy carat :\11' R. (i. I' : : ;':1.1 l'I'i:.: : '.i'!,en out.! Memberar.. ju i rnuttel 1 tti/'i-, itt.rai-) t.e pw tn. '
.1 consists ot I teachers Much .
ten .
I : nl"nfficient \be n.ade ai[ i IJ.: t'- : :
Hal \\ :\11' a- 1i! !1' 'U ; : :
I 0EP; Lite : .1' .da i* '.' !" '' .! 1Ic Hartstiehl had work their 'ane them home withoir: < '!.ai-ie: I I I' \n.1.'rs.1d\ Ma' $
has In
dm .: .t,. ,,('h,",! "r.... ( L BiT.fll e on part 'en stages.The .
t a'll ."'linen: 'I.d; I uiadt\ possri/le; by the changes in the Lasttar abu'r. one I ii.! i-ani I [p*"rI t 11-
!Mini[ ','. l''t.< '. ; .' ra't. ::': .. :, \Ir::. \ '1 :' 1"11. .;, \\a" building! which has piovided a pnii'arv in K si'-iii" '' L-:.r ct i t Lu.i I rolls (:tflw 10 1 n.e! ;L':,r.r. f"r rtutUt'! :;; 1 I.-1 ah witr. ;iit;::, rh. !r and make -.J '.
one ,.:-ISta". ." art, sejairate days. with[ einLii-.a-m! [ : Note rh'-.r '
l I'll .n w! ;mi- I room and a teacin-i! r Ii .r nearly! ail nr f'f"(1 I i :,1.'. :l!- .tl'! ".' r. f. tttat :X tit MRcadv' ;

,1 i ; 1 i- n ,\ i ,1.1 Ii ,dearl j f: .' ,; !'I :?d! Ioy titr i ithe grades. Modem single dt'a'Jd; fat'lLndll"11 ani i v1.4'i! w'a!' : .!t-: ; '.r

OUJ ,, do the !hf'le! one exda.i.: ;! "i i :ell sroinsr 1 i I''l
.1.1' of :.' loiior I : -I ('hu. ." "l'r. ,! III i jto the comfort of the ]pupils! and !'he "
,, \lI11lh..r J.' ': : ,10 sihooi If it st'r! >:i'\: piible::; !
II 1111 'M: \ bo! : qirt-: ., ; il1 !fh' wer"l+Convenience of the teachers !m flans
,. 1 1I r,.'. '' 'i ( to have them! _" I tr.rni.li[ their tnrireschool __
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1 I 111 r 1' -!rI l't. TJ"II1J.( I.\I- lulus r: ,.--1''of ih? rooms. H
I 1111 tier don1 : J.h, F'u :: life wr.. tins: ,'nthlll. ,;m. !Ifis I
] Ml ill; ,1' 1- \ W; : Frahh HI : YCT

.. ,' II I I' I LI..I.L.I tO A '01.1, !I' !audI 1 :!al' SI' '. !I'rutrs: Tlibrary! has become a valuable i po.--ibt! : '. aril pka-ah'? atractive _i

"''Illt.I 'lie J: ', 'i! 1"'lnl-) -. ul! 1 \1. .' .. {?, .. 1\tO :.a : .ht'.c' u: '.' !Nature: of the school.: This: room, sHlTvmdI1l: : = ltIoj n.a sp 'owaru: w

:rut \ '.' alt el 1'1 I ilr. ,('h, d. .. '.h ilnl .' .1' an !lIh. I.' ally titled up uy the tnisiees.: : "un- aCCOKil', .IsUHM; Ui.-! lIi.j

1 Ms-f '.\ : 1 -Mil ref- i !h-i 'tic ; >1'1 !I.. .1lal; and I 't ,t h"i.lrly" 1.,1 t al"n tainwol! six!l hundred selected dollars hooks \alue l at The Jieople!: ut OOaia: La', e JilaT: fta- Safety Ra/.or S I .O) ( )

i Dur. : : and an ors un 'o point wiui! jride to iiieir!, school
11 I..i Wllll : ': eI :\- : L :I.udnI''n! .il. I !. .
.!i.1:' i..r an additional number[ of I b.toks i '
'I p! .I!I' Tile! f irlr. 'Il't' ,. 1 )Il .rfi( .' r.. .. ..11.1 k ill !1. '. ::. .. Tht bunding; i- "j i'th' anr!Jal! ]io u.ug: -
.
i i- i -ing made. Plans are bring .
Its: :: .la Selll '. t' '. u .is 'i'r : \,..:!. rho ,..:.. ..d III. tort well luliica' .- [LIe t eiiara r of

1 r:' ,i\t ,\ ii. Mut !p. 'i. '.\ljo ., ,i-.J: a:. : t." ',:,.1" I' ,iii-.it"d: fur much n..d.,1 l appura'us tilt !!m-U'uu.> '1 lituai'l r !..-rar" ,. : Complete with Twelve Blade __ I- __

r,.el 1 "I' !11t' US ,1 'He *'uu.. 'II.tl'd w.. : ,. .i'I':' fH'lIft i. :!n I the physical laboratory. selected:: an.!! !ki.beet: ; rie
., (Our chord row llil.\': till raeii'eiits ; (Of U.L-m! and i r'.eir: '.
III I' I h\. 1' 1.1': tI'i; : l'd IIpOI .' : : work r <\ *'

I I' .V V i illoWt, I1! ,f.- I pro// t .r !!e ei '" : [ of :i senior high school and i coni i / to sprat\ in : Its: brief, ancle.The .

-...tj j-i ntly! receives from the ,,'at!.' ..:\ :grown; I.:' ,',.. ;L ,
tn a i T' i.a; ot r -< :l.i', '. \ :, ." l'rIrS: .. r' .\1r' : : i-op i :is in n

1.1'" hi I i ., .,1 !n'. 'ap' Mi i i in!!' ('ha II! ; ::,. ,. ,, a It.,mil. .': i'I 'I'indred' ,do'lars! early to supplement, biif.'i: :in t the pa.veai: :MI.:' ti! ,- .rr: .> i 1
.. finds' uhhlt I has AntiMonopolyDnii
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guar up. uu..J. n. )t't : xn'ii: :
an> .t.r .1 t iesid i' .I I mir'1 I 11110. '.I..r, plll''h., ,, d ', ,1' i J.' I" ,; :
\\ lira we look back to the school l To acomnu d...... MI> :HI. ash1.nvi: :
ol i >-' popi''' r' t i rt! t tii fhl:' ; .. .dl.! Iitli. .1' :' :. .It I. : : :
.,1[ \\ cr u.-.i.v and! 'btr. addli: !.- .:a"t :It i iiiaii.-!: \> .,'
."I[ \N.I- 1'ri ;i. -1'! I'. i iMM. I'a! : !, \\ .. . : oj. al :.': l'uty years ago con-

!had 1 I a.1 it with the present institution original bui.ia-; in:; ; ..e a.nhi mi.l ,'
> it i than v M !;t ell H :. : .' ,I'd i w :. :1..III'S! I .
: i be prior !i.- 1111\.r.. 'A.- !u-alize that our school has, always aitoi'ier! [ !'III!!.. h. > : i ,ie ;>iiittntice ( .. .. > Score.

Dad k a place! in the hearts of the I than! a gain .
1 i.titi I roles--! ll.I: : 11 I : peo-
T. III' 1',1: ,s I' ::1:1111',1: : ; i t .!: 1.t.0 .
Pi i i a ..! :.' -rhol..i\ .: I II"" th,' 'i. '.. and that through times of :storm: The question laura: !!> ..r' -' -. ". ..
,1.' '' '; \\i-; 1'1' ': \' ,,r 'r.'., "
'. m: ., '.1 i ui !unii: .1 tn tlillil'.r! \1... fo-: .' ;
: :and Ir.'I'H' A.
\t av :ll;ii; tit .. 1.I >1.\ t -, ,!lav.-: there have always! been: those a suzta'-le! !' buiiilm: and ri.'i"t'' ; ; : !
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: : r- .11 tlf \! ; I \. \'al 1" .
wL:;n vveie reads to sacrifice persona! the army of thildri-u!! ;y\ii4; ; : !theUecessaiv
->r :-I. ,II'! Sail!! v :\ .. .. : a >
uft' flit lit.: : a. ,S : ,. ; our u' 'r..
iii't-re-ts! I ; to plan and provide for the : rmua I in I J s read.'
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i IJrt' 11'1. ,., I'! : ,, '1.. .,1. I
1'. t. Sr 'i t \vas n i. .. >' i d in! c'liidien: of Ocala a school l to which The growth of -lie it\'wn in.e: eail:;.

I I' -I urea M !\'I: io-.! T'1: I 1"11' t.. .t : i r "rbuul I 11.1' ':l.e !town might point with [pru!.' years:: made the :location! i't i ti.e; -Il. -

.' ttK.: !L.. miilil! :.- !UKUt jo'a .: if ., .. 'III:': tht. :' .. The friends of the school! are I K gion.fc'Il[ bunding: mUl'I1 '.''''jueii.!! .> ully I ''It ,'d ..f :. : tikat. .
slble the
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to majenrv: ui I.'A:: I i.'ipUs, [ ::1,1: ,
eu, 'i" the! ;--0. i..in.iiy. In the years to come: may they be as
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Prof. "I Su r, alor. \1" :,"'. .a'III', \l.-- fur .
a :Ion.;; :!lIh' the ,
r tf-ji.. i > I\a:. the ,i.t: e Mr i 1 pie.' as steadfast and as successful"; rt-meaaa pt'r.tiun
l. zt FallI.. I'r; ;,. Ir' iI. r: ..! ta ; !'" : ot the town has math .. '
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1. ,, Inuii 1S77 III. !I''>' >. ;;n their work for the: school as theyha' \ tiis.oi.s.n :
:llld .\ .,. \nlli.. S\-. \\1.1 fur. '. .
: other
i "ilt'| I I.,.:It III' of 'I '!". ,. ,I.-. : ,.. iieen ill the days that tart p. ""- direction- r ,a't'-. !: 'lUti
ctrl .Ih ;jol/lr 10 ; : .: ,. ,
: a pri the
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rab'r'It NlN
'.In- :tn.i! N\Meni ot Fl ,r ed.: NKLL1E E. STEVEN'S.! porti.-'is! 1 ot -t:
raft'-_ ,:. ,. ,I lu.rr. ., 't- .1 ; ,.adwr ill 1
town !
seeiii '
'alii I : iu !I.MX: ; i., ;. jxji fM- a .iu I Ir.t'I'''HI} r.tschool. !: t
lh. I" .. "dlilol ;;u!1" ; :i't! ur )!'rspalm. T 1 )liai! ui co 1/'". ::i.: !h ia-: : UR NG
Iii i >!t. n \\ ;\-; Ml I t.te Emerson dedans! that eH'nrdorl: hSr l
suv : :
;In'tI ,: \\ > In' h'r, '.1.1' I. ir tIlt' 'he .
I\. I on t litiie: tolks.BeMiles .
111'1! 11"u \ __
mi a I' ,
; was and wh
once a private opini.-n, nit
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"t' flit: -01'11 'I .I a I'.rsollal : [tile (lUt'i-tlun. i't't lel.veni' UOt .
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: ; t .11"! h. Mi l'S j jU shall be
1 1''bag .. :. 1.1" tlrt'pl : 'rI by 111. I a private opinion again. !,here: are other ]ixmif-: t 1. :; e COP-I[ i .. :' T.B.SNYDER
\ 'i "t i in i .MI i it will! solve the: problem of the
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P.",i i-I M I \\ 'I.I I.., I/ lUll. agee d. One is. 'Lit the ji.) M[,.Is\ :

i It I'ri -. .; S'leator; was; followed! !by I r rounuius ta. i piesenr huIh: !' : are :.. .

.. n \. .ae Prill'\I' M.! of Keiiim-kx, who had The world will always! h,. bitter for i lame euo'i-il: !: to ii\e J'! "''! '* : "i'alr" rill!

oj I -I I .lr' a!1"
c1.ud.\. ., ,!, jJri'alt'L'hoos: and! seminaries in :protection! and! matt-rial! support! [ -111,1 ,, iruuber: t".an!: aim! at'u.ddnce !
thii has deliberate! renounced them all. All Late in Men's Clothes
ii-. .f th -I.!. "d 1 I ihe Blue Crass; stab Pr ufrssor Alell : now. :and to 1llr -- .:o-i. si'tifni'-: Styles

;.'n I'll on.. -- + .r+- I 11 is ne't's.ar.ful': tLtut!: ;t'
"1| --- Sue' ( 1 I' : dl Yt".lr only and was MJCc.iled i ltll' pn'!p

k >, i't i tin hat \I! !It} Prof. John! .1. Karle. of oath tiold: mines would never: : hate been Ldiscovered -- exercie.Where .

MI I .II|''i.! 'r. M! 1'! 'I\ ( 'arolina.vho! niarshalted: the scholar, t lad i it[ not been that the i-iur oi r.-r l.'Unired! [" .pil-! PU)TtFFlt'E* : BLOCK( )

; "d' Mi--! Ella Smith ''tic f.uve f through; the trjius i years of rich veins "crop out." Speaking about! :are; congr 'stdtetl thue! i;b jii-i I i'ia'''

: '.u 11 \.1 v. popular'''ISH1S97'l : l I...!". 1 IS'.t'.l.: : when failure a man! r'aIoonh! crops out, Irk,. much: !irea"-r need r. >!- uot.id pan:' aM.'U.

in .. ... 'nIl 1 I"1. 7"l folluw! >'.i frfevand private: a.. well! as .. ___ A !;ieai! ; in.piovi: t1tL; 'a bemade

\1.! \1 .;. :r.N> who h:1ll,1: ) 1 1i public! funds vanished in a niirhr;: There: are t those; who would crucif : ;itn that! II21.'. -urt.; ;: I' i-i wonde'ful. **4f .*.**.*.*..* +**+**..*. ... .. .... .........

those them in order ''! !. wua! what! bin; cesthe, ,ireaii;; 1
t I i t...\t.tt l in.Mi: i 1'rof. Earl was a cultured s -ntieman I nearest ill suecessfuily ; .

I '.e ...uoul for one v.-ar j'laud I an unusual. tine iiiMriicior' Hethe play the role/ of mart> r t tor J)1'tl:1' \a.jns; iii-'Ust-; thai! ::;Ia:". *

I\ ,. distant friend.! '[their appearance] t in.ef: and ii'iarl-ii t! To Turn Out t :
.ti that time, oniv I tllirtti t : \ ''li I MchiHiI 1'11..11h..r.. TO ,'OliiplfU'jhi a l :

i against in tin- laf-e nu.nin;! !' of liu.: . . +
HV \ law 4reu.
R. for
I It"III..1." Mr. j > -tuu.'a sad: sotne lime he + -- -
That is dut: ., : ue I const ..a1 1 .
< ol 1 Minnesota contlut'te 1 has bei: a prominent! lawjer! in llo1I11lhit. You can't cover your I tracks. Chen- vu

f .ii! wig the next twoearsli : S. C. gins: Khan could be traced t bv his lance on the par; lJt'Ik:! b -ur.lo.! < Good; Work i
!health and the hoardof. < Laundry
tux MII".n isiuu. !u look A \Ir. (;ritfin. of Tro\ \.i.! m.-u-! pvraniids) of human skulN, What eiiwationIt' I: : j

.i 4tmte a mili>iirape 9T In Ii |pied the p! .!Ir I'aI.\ hair, d'irint! [ ; the marks air > oii I leaving along I the highway" a dr.i-ion wert n.ade. tha": \vuui'i *. +.

i and. !I" :. Mi, R L. .Vndei-Mm Mholatnvat! "i I ,4sii; Mr! .1' .r111i be !helptd/ ; in a ureat inea-i'ie" !'! J.a .
The streets, bv: xvhieh: a large nunber .

or' the children! '. 1 Skilled:i Labor :
t' to travel !to aa.i I
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L E LANG. A. T. SWARTZ. W. W. STRIPLING..!1t settienieuis: uf lu-1'0"; :;. as he! !majoniy J. Modern Machinery /
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!! of the colored; pot'tiaaon[ lit ,.'' < .

ut t the westerniije! ol tile town. Tile ]: The Best Materials Necessary :

I It'ro; school.are! t icouvenu'itlj > Iucated < I

I on thaI! : si.it. ot' t'.e!; town also! ,: SOFTVATER :

LANG SWARTZ & CO. which fact Kids to' another comli'ioulhat <
Room \
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4i meet oil tbe Nat uiiiJ orien There art:
i a and less brain '
more or :
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i small white v.i.Uiie.i: ; : : suffer at the o +

M .t..O. .. . .. ...... .. ........... ... ands of the n. ;rn) children ihoil;: ]. ,
J All u1r'hUt'I1! I VAV ht''h 1 h'\ '- WI' .. 'r.' .
'I '!h'eir own reac'ieis! have rne<{ to je- < (I" .
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'i *.' -' rain tlltm.That t,. :hull tii.-\. are at .\.ijr -. .r..II.. .
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<*' + trouble! coiiid! he almost en- <.
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Mielv! obviated : aan'Iier; ': I'i --lie ; 'I' :
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:I: The Only : ;- 'a'iott for the smaller,! dt '\b'H. as 4.. ..

I thf !:lire! are slur few uegio! resi..eti'-! ': 4
+ Ocala Steam
1,' 1 :!:.e ,':as'eru' side! of 1tJ.Iu J i Laundry :

f : the school life I !1.d'1: :!: < 1

.ra! s'ages: of de\eopin! ut w rit h tr> ..+. .... .. ..... .. .. .... ... ..... ................

f EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE GROCERS j: child! !,1 seems! to !leap from un., ._". ;le r t.uw'It'r .
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One such psvch.>c"'i:: ai; !1':1.>: '

!! 1 j'o.Li I .: comes between Mie f> : ": an.!;

i .+ :;ti't.raads. Pupils in '.u>* : : c IL'\,: '

-I, e + .. .-,t.It' have< their work. s-i t ":, :.a-.. Florida Plumbing & Electric

.,I IS7 t In Central l Florida : :.at !"r>' nierse from one :': ut"n.oTier. ,,

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strong enough to stand! meuz; i : vva.rto

) the present school: I uuudii, "<. '"

We Don know[ how to avoid in grra! i-.easure, 1
J{ Compete .. Wiring Electric and Gas
J\ Inflict 1 with oTi, r pupils on the wa> J Jor

to defend : -?lf if necessary from

With} Our Patrons their attacks i' I wh'. ri it: schoul'i will: Fixtures. Plumbing Etc,

find: that he h.the necessary r\1l1m.

We ask the u-1 and earnecon.
For Retail Business
sidration of tt qUt'stion-ThattIl: .

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i 1 OCALA'S SOAP TREE. J ii:i i i : i i 5 & :

AROUND OCALA'S SQUARE IN 1630-37. VV "' : tI I-P-- ;: !J.i
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I Tile meal pn -- !n- Lit! < > .:. -,.' i L. : >! : : : j.. [ 1 \ N

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.t.( ''p ; !tee ail! 'he te-I Iliad' i lo tJ i I It ;. ;; 1\
I oft recall ;i picture of IKK MI !hil:.,, Th! firm lli''llltii+!It d'tlnt: "! Na.ll't .- .-I
.M-'ii.u.! tin- Ja l i.-on\iic! .ch."1.'sl: and f 11; : ; ; : : i4
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r:1lnn'! manufacturer. Coione; 1\1a : I I. \ 'h 1 ; ) .
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OUI.L\;: a village! a citx! no-.v oily : !' A :I ; "I!t "_ .1' ,-hllN; '; '; >lud 1 :: ,I/11,: ;;; ; ; ;;; a
innsten.;:, who) si-iit! !:I' e"'i-: ; a ,-n :ai1' I Ii j ':': J : : As + q> l
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MI.I >a.i oi his oap I.' 'Th'". ha? teat.I I-1" i :: t : : : :: 4 '
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I Mtth old ilrna store where A ran. .' Hit.i! him and! with 'itt'o! [ ;, explain [)"::' ;;! I j, ; .. every :i ii

ihaiii smiling :sal ; T! : ., !invc! t th.tuation: atid tvoult; i of h-: ; t tV !"'t'l'.. ;'!:! ; !: flesh is
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( 'ni siiii the ,11.101'\,1> old[ ci UItold !! i'l- lieruneius he a!No furnished font- '.. i 'ui'' i | I, d e.. any !
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chat : ,'.' ties! ot "cream S'l.'ij.: : !the: ni i ,, !.>- V:.'.':: I ; of $1 '', .
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< it' these ;tin*' still anhcie.. sie! I'jltl flit! InrStudi! it'" '.' 1>, iliimua! aiors! : ,on!! i !!r" !I'ni. .-. .. ,' H'ji.i :: cost t., : :

briskly 'round. lr : !11 d! I! 1 '. f f. .' II' I P: ., rf d! allll I', nom i by Colon-1: l.ivin: .:sti.n. Tli ;i.- I fact is *4 c'
i ianira! name of !irn'fee s 1" "S.niindn' !* ((3c. to
"I'! ."' > > ralltl. \ ;
Others ha' disappeared.! !Me\!: pneath ; i I" 'i\ ::: : ;( \ r i i : :
the mound i'a(! <1'.!'i -.vi-: ': :Ui.: dill'{ at all i iIs" ii ,ri I rule I *,." !and! I rum, I the berry! car!: .it ;i.dent ':; ii' ) iV .'
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.,u't' !'n!! 1 lel made' a'r \ t-\t ,t I.t > art-c: '.j; -' '.d. ::1 : ( : I .
Their names 10 uiutix IIKUM ;u.i iI 'i.-::11.I ,.. ,, .
l B'II!i a ucir.a; s" 'ai!: ia\ (.' our il>" !;!..ii'a: :adomoll! : 'Uted! !11!1 the simp1'! :>! .. 1 i i l, ;, l : I .
I their memory rc\cteil. Tile !n't ,' in Ciiloiii, : 1 ; !Lin: .
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l eiih: hilt not ::0\"t'. tlif io In (Pooh ., 'ston's vard! was planted I i bR.'\ }H'-n: ;
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.'th 1 more endeared.Fuuiliar !. HI.lm.! Nhu! '0111"" \V4'iIl1, .Il a'lI
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names today an' lu+.-i' 'l-a' ii.,1' : a> kf\ >'otf of tin- plat-. a< was ihe 1 pa::..ior ofthe Preshyt! nin'church 'wilt! ;: !! ;; *

still remain. s.ich ,>!iii! i b ioind: ; ) nf !this! ci! : Re\ li. ; has ,:ariiy :! t i -I *

All in tlH-ir way. tho' ,iit11'rite::. :;!i-, .;; Tap: Sa.nt.--i! walked .'!<. -i I .>-, uh"!! !,. .Iteeii a !m--ionai: > !to Cl'.na! ..:. : n !hi \ | : .

t ri iht. downright men.Kichel .tif' '1\ hall! .tamed.! to 'hi- COUIITO'l ,U i n '!Y o' .: ) : t I t FOR 4>

!herder I Iron his grove u.v., d I. yi" V't't i--r-; Mi-'ii .ati'iu. < iitir'foit,;: !< !Ins; \vif. > health.! : riu>::in:: v\i'n\ p;. ,.M I!:; ; ; I ..

come walking .ttl\\ II" \.I' ; i P. !. :a'd: slit uL.ci'! he plan'i d l in! i.i"> '. .at"i.! i.; -\i\ l : :i Insurance. :

Looking cool and pleasant 'nt-a't' !!. :N \; '. i',.r.! >I i-! it'i..i.-' >' (ini i ISal"; tt :Jl'i h,!. -"ro.1i! lnu a \.n ",.11': ':." !J ;; : ; :

hrella hiown : 1 > 1 .-' ;Illt! Tree. [i' )V. :i.oit! !!! lUlite'tl: !n.! t .' 'n-- ;" i : ; :

t'onloro as t the justice: lio'ds und-!' '. :.!,, \\' \.l! ; 1, .-. :I. '>;, :' ':j.o.\ i a i ti.: {tri.nl.! ."- feet !hmh:!:::!: :and i v.'a::I >j-- ,!i.i i t ') "" *4-

s\\ iSo \\ !I I lai,! of liiaiiehe> of ul-ont! ill fie! T'i'i;: I"i' ?; ; ta.. 4

may it I be for many a comitml : da\ ;i'i"1,' i.i'e '14. ;il. t ; !i-r: :!'i.'; > .-. !riian a; Vtars; .i':'::u .i hon a,1':\ !Itt1t cio > j. : ; ..

l III' hIrltas nut. as > rt. !Urn : -; i liule! \ nsivtit.: oi :i.'Ti'it! i __ l"ai re's-' :liscii! j !in: ';11.'< .,.ho! ; ; : : ; 4 *
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lated: its! a i-niorar!| t !.ui11g!'! I-lo--!! .,[ \vt re iit-arl\! as:' larsif: as: a':tti'en::! ''"'.'-J:I] W;<'" j! : '! .,1\

.\ I rt'ti keeps open house: ''i.r 1 i nthese ;;,i\' !.V! his 1\'Il.p"Ii.i!, ; !? ; : tid.!
Iwlakd.lo'nuN .I.! ff i'i'! 'I" t'a'iu'ni: :; ; !:t- !'-iiiu!! !ii\ '...< ,'iiii!L; I!11,1.. t'olian-1: of the tree is Miniiar! 'u I. : 4-
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) I nun Illal.<' to ?'-'.tthe j ;i:1!;; : l1d!\ iuifTie I !\ that! of the pecan and! has often 'Ir' t .
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fotirt!house cla\ : >''11'! t- i i" .-- .t\: '!:.. -an-.f: inj", i i"'- mistaken! for \: : in facl.i! decei'd] | : .f '" c.." \ I.
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Let gniinl-U-rs! with tiu pat t run ijia'r', .!! 1 b\ otJ't-r chaps \Vm! ..lone, 'he I'Ollo''r, I:lean of. ; p." \\I'.J oqp. .
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(lie. pr< ;M'tit! t L .1 .Ll' iif> \ I lildi'-; ,. oiopu1 growth: inarkfil} 7.e Ocdia. JI.TS: a:.:;o. \\ h."oio!!' I! I 0"f.: ....1. ...;.. .
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The old! Ocala hOIl"c.s a h pia; -..> "oil 1 I j I'.1:1: : ,j\v < !liin-i. Livingston purchas"'d! the place (c. !' > 1 i : :: ,t ,: 'C',! : .i.eL. .4
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ui.uns in a row ; 'Tl't' ,it.\\'! !"-"ii .if K: :Aie 4 ';tit ;:i: !'...,! (cai'',( to !the ; ree from an article i ; ; j .
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t'i'I urn }hear the gum loud' !ti i I'MI \\ :'.< 'NVi't1.1'! (or f 1."nlyfoUf.I .which! he saw in me J Jacksonville\ :. 1 : \ ,
('o :! ; : ; .111fI :_ fll.lkt' the 0
tier rail' : .: <. '::.<. i 1 iiie! '1,1t'1--;! : of 'h' pact: several months: aco::: h.\ l>-. Moulie.which I : ;
'III' tiitniih on tb.e <(|tiaif;: is !h'-: : !:,.d ;. '. "! {i't'!, ;' ,-a\ iiiotTiuii ; : : was a description of the ....ai;' ;| !i n'-- \ ; : '' V C ;'1j. r..II.J, 0
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I ,nini'IU't ,..:,I'I"\ 'hm:,.. I 1:1\; \ >iu( .' i:1-: '. .\:: I'\,\ must!! he the :soap' 'tree. !but was: <'ire I fur : ; : : ; i'''' r"'iUC>l.
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tll1it'd\ !lU\i'f. \!! l! so'n! I'H! 'i- o :r II-; > faults: : 'h siers.herc: I he had I ried {in iif a i C 6
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FLORIDA. whether animal or vegetable in ::glands: secrete a sweet, sticky fluid 'hxse trees are resirded a? ;ae-: ;
1/- which resides that indefinable: ihin:; ': which hangs on the hairs in drop,. red. In Ceylon there is a Banyan tree '
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.. t.-m Kingdom, with which we hay have of catching and devouring animal !for it immediately begins to curi up of hundrods of tourist,, arid on* par-
'in relation except our dependence life. From this fact they ar> !!and soon has the insect fast against ticular tree at Key West i i- conpicuous -
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111 it i ihm for food and other neeessiie known as Insectivorous or Carnivorous the surface of the leaf. It the strug on account .
1iii. f ItTo one familiar with the plants. Numerous em.ariona ghof the insect in attempting (0' Not only of interest but of real importance .

,,'itf.1'| (tiMeMM carried on within tin. stories have been related of I plant in free, itself are vigorous otb&r hair : is the Mangove i R.zop'i: *
.11 ,.l Un a: feeling of sympathy ww.iih the tropics which seize and i devout :,)f the leaf are irritated and severe ora mangle found along our -,,!!n t-i;:. Easter
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111 I th"..beings een so commonly' large animals and even men 'f nest ':bend toward the prey, or even the coasts.! It i is not of great impfanefroni ( : *- *

111 ,I'H.II', uVH of which so little i is gen. stories, though not wit hour foundation, : whole leaf may re,punil, :and roil in, a commercial standnoiia.; although : :
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II"d\ like our own that an ar.f though on smaller scare: lion Hi tue hairs aii.ea: uioiv a'dr' BI.: from a geological! ::?:aulponit :

1 .. <. "I M.em is often discredited.: The Pitcher Plant I-.d'H"i a variolarislgrows iluni: r\( 'nuh! irom :h.. s lands aUlJ it i- ot no ineaii impo '-.ru'--,
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J l i n.a' eastlv. I be shown l 11a situ. Tlte structure ot !this plant: >!:KA\- ;a gr-,f 1rtuid! wt.ici! artupon! { the n- bush of til teen to tWt.Iltfet'r !lus:;}.
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ii. 'I ,i.e I \jM-r.ii'fiu i I Leaves and flower ''f j wonderful adaptation to its i-arnn.ir. s>tieot the cap'i\e in:.ec:. Exper. I' ta: tree tit ni'ich greater 'ht>ighr. l.i. .

.. .. .t>. : ,.,--d in an air tight Ht=1t>d. At. IOU:. habits The leaves! of 'he l'btni ments ha\e bern tried on these inteisting i tie: Banyan, IT also produces aena1louts. ,
1./ '' i it-ral I hours a lighted match low.. 'I are sometimes mistaken tor dowers. ; little plants which show! tha l Tl1roots curve downwar-i! .

.. .. 1. r r.' t itiin! the vessel is extinguished! ., i being yellow near: the summit ant only substances:, of (certain chenncfcomposition I thi.y leave he branch and no muttt r

.I!h!'"\\ UK the abiieiice of oxygen, tha, 'j spotted: ... ith white, and resemble! in bring any re-poiib". Ou! .- few far a'-ove' ihe surLier ot the water :490 to $5OOEach

.. 1e .. S ,. '-M-niial to life, and in the at. :i:I appearance a "Jack! in the, Pr lpt': those ssutanc''s which contain th! ,. the paunr !i.ranch way ! :

1 i. < ,' lnch no tire will bum. Urn. : [In shape they are more or l.! '>* conical I't'qulrttUll41 material :aiv ac( Itt'd, row directly: downward u n'! : i !Iti.i. tr

.. .,1. < is ;ill'''he presence of an un usual I f i with the apex toward I the stem! .. .:showing: a wonderfulelrtme PW: .- faau-u themselves in i ,
.1 :In .n!I' uf carlMtnic acid gas. the wast. iTJi-* mouth of the pitcher ii o\ei.. ''on the pan of the planr. .f:.. 1ll1lC'hsuI! ,l..irh maUI. : Se"1r ii'i !
1.11.. i n .. a hood in which are n\ui !|! A plant of great mtere-t to thus.. felt [IMA tht s'irrai-e: of the WIN--' I II

.111. M ,I. a whit"coating" on its suit lucent spot. Around (ti.i !:iu "h ar.jtinfamiiiar with it i- the SpanisMoss ::1 I Tills ;'tt'-rwuvrn mass ot routs '1u.I I Our New Spring Hits for Eister Wear are Here, for Met ,
I Illal" i H what takes place i ii it i iI f glands nick secrete nei-i a-: and I p", : iTiliaudsia! lI'iIlPtlhlt's.1 th, ::,iar .'r. on into the wateiof 'b-! i
Wo inund Children.: Latest With
111 i I t .- I I- lowered into the \'I'-St' of the nectar! form a u.i.i I io\vn! ih aracetul lei-toons of which adorn th,f> ocean, and eatrhinw the: fi.at.-ani :'a i! .: Shapes I

.I.1.1 4 i !,.i.! < !the 'leuver, and flowers. I II[ outerK!". Iiismtin- -' ti<-i'i r\' -ii!1tt !braticlj-s! of our I r..tun account. tits f jetsam of the sea. graduallv but :'HrIi ,-- Fancy; Bands and College Pins. I.-

.11 .<''i.' that the oxygen is take I mouth of he i pitcher ih T" j i- u ulai. j: unusual appearance and the ...ierbeautv ly eteiHthe! coastline: sea-vrjtt! You must see them to know 'i-

>'I i 'i.1,,' Ujtves and flowers and caii :jinl;, zone so smooth th it( Ji-Mtn c.r it lends to the landscape th I" Tbe fruit does not fail from tL their I
111 ,, attention the touriat i-i drawn to i t va u:.
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111. i L 1..11 happens when we breath I'" .' xnne of: :" td- down aid! !I' ''lfiIIn', as he nears the Florida line. Th: branches: until the seed has germinal darid

1 1, <11: : e\|1"*l I the hreath laden wit 1 hairs, and in the bottum of the pitche r plant is m truth not a uioss at all. bi : the sina.! I'lit well!I devtlupi i'' 3t., .

1111i ti I, .i-'i' gal.of i Ii is,: a WRier fluid. [Insects::, are artraC'1s belongs with the flowering plants an l ling; is. r'a.y" ::0) begin irs inik-ptr.u 0111:70'.8 ..Our Easter I
I the life-processes of !plantr |:ed by the nectar and, following th is closely related to the pine apptt.eiim lit'i.V.ijn it is ready to 10s ::.\- :.' ,

.. .. .. .h'o.at! might t It.. compared, show.. i trail of ih"nectar drops to the RH' >H'' one of the: same family Iteven i I/aiem plant it is from six to t ,i. . 11 t u '." Mimlarity of the two king;. i of the pitcher, enter the tra|). If tiinsect 3 more closely related to the cur I' -eLes lung and is thick and hca-j .,." IlJtiL/JIJf m ;
hili in plants corn'- atteii.ptb to descend on tiu-; in Kpicuously; blooming air plants': of tl k' 1I
: I h! fll a I the I.I".n\ ,\. In falling ir > :. Shoes ('X'fOl d
.111iii.. 1. v .11 away !io the nervous seas E' side it nips on the smooth surfac t' hammocks, belonging to the same g. root down.van! in it- mud and .- blclK? i S

r "\4 ,,.; i ,,lllIiil" but it i in not as yet we II'and alb into the liquid. If n a'' nus. On account of its aerial habirendering .[., quent growth of the stem !:,rat'sleaves I are :; 0::[vd !lasts. :

1 .1 t '...hi\ It i i" this "sense" whir n tempts to crawl, I up the inner suit! i iis i T it difficult to obtain moi: I above the water Thihau.. ,-" I n: 41: _v"-ti til I it..ih.i,UIt' I
I ",. l -uvtn. of the -;called set[- i prevente.1[ } !'.y the downward poiii'ins lure Us routs are especially adapt. t for the development of a new pai';, : : .,:. ..
aiit m which Rlorulaabound:'. hiir: If it attempiA i a 'scanby .., ;tu I the ab! >orbturn ol water, and t II from each :seed !iis thus t rendered, mo:'>. :.s.Jmlt! .. \ are here in '
111 .. flies the I transit!' too great loss of water frO,[U I -. ,,, ,,r
!t lie pan ot their leaves 01t" ((1 flying again.-'t [ prevent certain than It the fruit were sued !h..- ;:" \
111 beautiful! 'cent 'ts of the fcuod and is throw:1 the plant body beautifully reguU;, ,I' t 1aet
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1 M I .1 i.ne l ul' this 1 roup.i backward again into the liquid! at th.t. scales, which under the mici Cop. this curious plant and to r.'<' I ,
111 thr of niuriiin 11 bottom Finally. the insect i is drownem ,I reveal a wonderful fctructure. cov'.r I '
I i- in prN'rati wonderful; }tile coral animal we oiFlorida : \
: \ ..ui'in certain respects arI' t> the liquid or dies from ('xhau-tlor! i. the entire. plant On cit.-e t esamin:l. I o>va great debt.! Thei.nv.. I White Black
111 jiuiuaU .tnd un the utht I' |''A digestive fluid is srcrrred at; th,.. ion lUU' detectthe I present:' of ill t' .1 t1'J'
L. rescind\ our lands! Horn! the! s.-a ain'!
unlike them. l.ase of i be leaf which inline Ida! :.-!\ green coloring matter which enableplant
i ii." !IIu..1 .:; poured miM I into our coffets. t 1.-., i in
111. ti ,iiunts differ from animal:: i!11 begins u> work. In lime all file' dirt,.;. I this ) in common with oth :Mr. riagk-r but wait a I ihousamj veu!", ; and Tan

.. ,1 .. i .v are within themselves 1 ct:L. iible tarts( of the pre have been a',,,or' green plants I Iu manufacture Its ow u: so, the t'uustriction ol hi- maious '. __ -; :
manufacturing their owlt n ed and their substance trait-tornte,Ll food : but it supplement-. b> dray,.
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111 rail\\a4 would le a less tit! ::: I
.1 called Pbuttrsyt 1- into vegetable tissue. !ing nourishment from the tree o II
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1. together by light I Another iasct eater i is ti.e! i tri:ht" I which it lives.Thr TllE-
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111 prottablv! aid > ,"'!t' .1! 6t'tL1 t'l -
111 t II. ,I. enabled, by the light of tbi little Sitiiilevv Dorsena roiundifoiia.I Banyan tree :a near relative i)f rod

111. their own peculiar organ::'. '1 luis may be found in ai'undance' i n our edible fig i is found In the e': rein t' laoRIYOITl!! t >
old up out of carbonic acid ga.:; the flat vv "
.111.1111. i'"j i water. th we Dimple! compound Is river! a> wen as in man ottui( part: !.., .u u.'t at deal of attention! 0:1: aei.iuutils ,} --
1. I tItul in all of only three eii,," of the ", ':11'Tht' leaveu roun." wonderful, ] developmenr of u-l'11!I- Soiue for flu -a\! '' .t( :a l 1.\. l.!\ ',- OCAiiA BAZAAR

111. I.\ purr. complex compound u II and br-ulM" : t red Iti cidot! !"h, [i''air: i iI' ,el "JIl'I'! lootTile 'unction (,;' or th' mere c'lance:: i.i ".. PIlimeiui. _- :
111 h uhr| live- starch. sugar. eiiti small 11t't11111t.: it* f t. 'ii/n.'a1' I!> ,.' ;I'tii'-: I' 11"I', t- -irtlif to I be prltliar! :!:- : .. will. i.tr'heir !i'-v! "; t I ,
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"1 .. ....................N.... ..NN NNN.N... 1.4..N I I a !broomstick from a soup ladle" com I j I passed through the sate into tne r.",\ 101,1'\\1':' 1 h.'u rNstn! n i ,... <'h.rr. aid ;. It .iI r n.: 'ar ? "iT': .

l'iain",1, Miss Malinda. while Irttitran lot. i 1i-: :> Miii'iida; !l.al\ r"'M.rn-t ,.ti-) *. !lituher S I i Ipt'n( :i< w liult! I ,

I A upstairs to freshen i up afu-r her !long/ i) "You mu 't'nr laugh at her. Iru' -arp{ .- ,!:l'tI\.r..t a whit. IItI', ,'\ 'i. rt t' \ }'I .lr"11 "

Battle Underground. i this. i j Miss Malinda whispered; to her niece, henn's'! '!\ >-ciaced 'or th>. Ui ht to :Vi"J .1>> an more barn!

!little! before I"She looks I l IIIIl the hranthe- .' "
The ne.\r afternoon a queer enough, row her tine cnerr: rn' 'Of' \e rt1'a1" "- 1 II 1da 1-

-'-undowu a loud rapping fell on Miss ma'by she'll work all right. She which grew near Ii.- gnu lot fence Ma.iii: ..lm"I1.. Uu.
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Mahnda's kitchen door and she went don't know how to milk though and "Let her alone feint Vlaiinda.! she it I will .a\ .. \.J. .. .

0I J Written Expressly for The Woman's Edition of The .: her-.-if to answer it. When the door I you must go and lam her. Take old won'r hurt the tier an-"t'r""t (Irene backas ".t...' > i -1 ,. rd.> iHe ,

was opened a tall raw-boned woman Blossom she, 's gentle' and I'ii miik she lifted ner ,nKhti:; !Li-shmis} face give i I Irene: fl' ,i i l'

4 Ocala Banner. : dressed in dark blue calico and witha Bessie." from the milking U>*-*>n a r rt:::. 1* a..1.
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1: -- --_ __ __ large sunhonnPt on her head stood I "A hired girl that doesn't know "Let her alone r.O)' rn; > l 1'1',1, N' ., '\Of' ,. ., t
: Ion' the threshold. I how ti milk," exclaimed Irene incred j Miss :Mahuoa Tne law i I.o't .au -.1
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: Author of"The Tr.gedie Oai.huiWhen. a Women Lows," "Won at last asked the new comer in a shrill fal- "She says that where she's been a j house Snoo. &aoo Ibt"r.oU: old lor I a;:. A! u. i Ai u t i .

Camilla," The Fireman s Heirt." Etc. I tc. : tto'oice.. I livin' they kep' a man critter to milk went : and Miss :Malmda. widely "Ii.ai' .1- ,ii{ f .; . .

L r ...... ... .. .. ..... N i _- ;, "I be and who are you?" answered but you can soon lam her. Go on now. led her apron m itam att *.. j hereeject .( ..
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Miss: Malinda erring bet caller sus show her where the milkin' -tool ia,. I I : the offender iron! : head ah : a

"Irene, Irene where "This piciously."My and get to work," and Miss Malinda, t able! : quarters\! 1:1! : ,d I'.t .
: upon earth is nothing hit prejiuiiie. pure I .
Jane Perkins. I shook her head and frowned in '\\'.. ll u : 'I sht .. .
)'1I1l name's come an at Ii j *.r \ lns .i" 1..1.u u.1 i s : "I! : I

and --uiipl M.I Maimda!! and you out to see about the place your niece tempt to repress her niece's evident! she said a- -h! .. ai .....; t. -" > la'slender n< ". ... ..

Mi1Malinda!; Joins \ui Ie .- "I.h.j I rna> hav >- iau'u, : tfi'rt'otii"; : dav. was tellin' me JOllt \istentay." mirth over the situation. 1'! r.- : : .' n: jjCitnifHi' .I; .. tML J i

shrilly througu the large old'uhion<-d he warned t her !! "Oh, the new help" murmured Miss i "Irene's chipper enough this "even. ',1. It.: .! "

garden bright with its many hued "Xe\er never'! So don'r waste any :Malinda. speaking to hers 'If. "All in." she said to herself as she sat t''tern fi"t \ "arn"-' .1 l .. ,,'. ,

J autumnal (lowers, frightening the more: words on me,." she said firml !' right," she said speaking! l louder.: "This down by Sleek! Bessie's side and !began from 1 w ,. .. > '. i: "' .

"Verv well 1 will stuI: 1 a ,dravman :js i the place come right in:' and I Jane with both hands to draw forth the, ''reach the 'U. ..t
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runt their leafy perches in the
for my trunk this afternoon Uood i[ stalked into the clt-a'l kitchen. creamy fluid in audible streamasjamst Twr.loa.! a ,;'de!! k. -.a: p -:-piiiH- ii .

I lilac bushes, and causing the old Leghorn : morning madame." and :Mr Fairbanks !! "Do you understand all kinds of the bottom of the shunns; pail i I.jug ot wool! ,i .o i I'' < i ji!: a a..itflkrroan ''. I .1. .. "

rooster sunning himself on the bowed himself! out and iett the house. work about a house: ?" Miss Malinda held firmly between her knees. "(r.-lIl', and \i'i: ,'.. ,i- .1 \I

fence to give vent: to an alarmed I Miss :Malinda watched her former j said beginning the usual catechism has got plenty of sense, and I ktit'ahe'd ; from si ihf! hill the i"i-, t '. .. ..,

she boarder as he walked to the ;are and i she used on her a IIilantr.t!r work preciare the wisdom of m> ,decision : month I u .
ear-kle. as came down the walk hput
left the yard and something in his "Ye>'rn. !pretty much soon as she took time to think "Oh. ni> lord! .Ann Mahnda't f.-. > ."{i", I. ,

..1 -ult of her young niece. 'I strong dignified young manhood ap I "('all you milk ellws.?" on't ca'miy Soo, Bess'! : into the. n-fern'! Oh ,sh- will n[ 't.. L
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a- 1 am a livin' :sinner and Mr. Fairaiiks ., .. .
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;u.i what in time this means?" and! .
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\L--, Malinda flushed up to the vei.v' a 4i I. .
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dint! met the old lady boldly. '.
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with charming candor "Tha1 .; .: e ,1 1 IIn -. I ..
uiece and I love each other and'! .
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".4'w iI II h your kind permission we will i t t". ,'iel, h' .! \ I .

!.trried this fall." .
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'Married indeed," snorted :Miss M.t'inda
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take one of your treacherous :inKI '' > .
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"I liui I :Miss :Malinda," Mr Fairbanks a
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ti P i.t.;.:an in earnest protest against this I / and tnlh. :
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Not a word sir. Not a word: clear '!'lllkltlS. .1 I .,

u: iLsuull as you can." silenced Miss j !.,'r
VUUnda and turning to the trembling '
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4.11 continued: ''lrt'nt'Om with me. ; ni h.. !I' ,' I-
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I waste your time on a man'The

yoUng couple exchanged affei The manufacturers: of Royal Baking 'hirirci:1 tree,,' it'led I'I'1 '
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I-tiring. : : reas'mngl eves 'as Miss into:Malinda the girl's lead her im' Powder have always declined to produce a ..-':J' : #lie 1 a ': I I::1.: '


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I'I. You are \ery hard on Ivt', Aunt Ma- : :. : :
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[inq l.nda.! lren said with a son I in h, rv.i.e cheap baking powder at less' IIt

I as sh<' followed the old lad [toward W ? ,

t tI the ht..se. quality or wholesomeness :::. -II.' i'-I iiir ,
tI I iI I I Miv Mai. ii-la paused in the IJI'lIa,11.1 ; 'ir'


I I,,. i\ 14'0'I I. in and an..t/!inrning>'nient at about this fared her first her The highest grade. and most highly ai.'": I" ::, '!.

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fuel this) ':H all the thanks I get refined in : .' ellu' :
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i r carm' for \ lilt ever since you were ,, VI.- ,

I : r in to be .vi"used now when I want. I H..: < '

I! iu keep you out. of trouble, of .beiu }Royal ; hence its well known superiority : : ,\. r. a';

I hard un >("'.. she said hiltt>rly.t. .L :, ,f' .

ERj "But Aunt! M ilinda. you cruelly min i It is always the case .f. r." :- .
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judge Mr 1"anbanks.! My luving .r ,'
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i i-Ai'l I'::I, never it is. brought make me by any vour trouble own with intertrance. mi a i Royal Baking that the consumer suiters> tiff:'! "t' :" '. ;,

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tne -.how IIi .-ourage.Irene. Powder costs : :
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> ou! are a yoiinsj fool to in pocket 1 if not in health ,IY :: ,.

... man. Haven't I al 1
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hardhearted way -. told :\. IIU treacherous that men and are selfish cruel.?: only a fair pr !:e, by accepting cheap powders IHf. _


I INDSUNT t -I It. :\ on into wan'a i III i-erfect die of a nohodv.broken heart that v.u,orink and is r cheaper as substitutes t for AD wt ,, .. '-.. TeL L "' "


muM i young mothers fate: and better at its :
vvaMit our poor Powder. tit- < I .
Royal Baking
warmir enough for you that ymt'\t'

I II pi r 10 go and put yourself in I the .. I.l .,
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I I ,.1111.! boat ? There don't 1:0 to cruua. price than any I :

i! the tears gushed like! a suddent.ower .
-jusl N a a Care must be taken to avoid baking powder made: from :
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J -.tike. my front advice and steer clear of theH.U ir ar ar lce In alum. Such powders are sold cheap, becausethcv v-jst .hut a I. r.:," t

j and you'll be all right Come tin few cents per pi )nnd J Just as go.l! and ch "lj'r i> ;a ".

jI I and drive overo fraudulent intended] to deceive the Alum i i i..t t
A now, and get your hat the world cry, unwary. ... ,J.. ,
t Ir'.. Johnson's and see about that corrosive acid, which taken in tout means injury to health .-r
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;l girl I there that wants to get a placeto .'-. .Il ,!I..;

t' work Maggie has given notice i I ....

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the fall house cleanin'. too, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
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I : r..ads for you. Here ." (pealed even to her: bar i nature"He n,'\e-r tt':..1I, to milk cows. mam. "\\' ii. how burs it oJ" asked firs Ma' diowi, :t.,1! :i.ihit.! !! I ,!.II ..r !Jane I mean I b e. t i

,.I !I..d a'r 'ady and nothin done yet.And was never a mil.' ot 1 ( where 1 been Ih ill' thev kep a linda a.- with ht'rJail\ foamui: ; ruI! run To *h.: r ", !I', r I. >io r in! i'rudI
who knew nothing ex< ept! 1 Is : .
i Irene strong-mind the house. and he alw.us! paid : to do the: boreand imlkin'. I she stopped\ wh.re Jaile nat oil a -Too! ., I Ir.-\i.". craze I'i! tii.:1'!

iI implicit obedience to her her board in advantt. and a gd! late though 1 can learn trying laboriously to draw the lac't al Tilm..; Kiiii: pail fl..w ..r..- wa and -

I ed aunt's commands wiped: away do her too." she soliloquized "But tiu- wants ha\ e vou l een fluid from the patient old! l Blossom and the'it: i the oUiei a- lau-- itarted t lt.i ( itda I
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tears and went on I man will be a man and show his in *" Irene a:; instructress !knelt uu the Ward tile .(-,'flt' ot the acrid..nt I.1 r .

bidding niece> as en foot sooner: or later. How I dollars a month and every grass beside her. huge siinbonuei flew off regardless if"jereaclu I.t dl :

Miss Uahnda watched her the mellow every mother's son of them: afternoon off." "Wall. roam I'm doin' considered ," and as :she ran she t t.

she drove away through The trees were casting long Malinda stood in thoughtful smart" Jane answered as she broughta and tugged: fntnticaUv at her ,. I ; o. "
into
and then went II M-!
autumn sunlight board ows on the lawn under the, ( for a moment., Jane Perkins greater pressure to bear with her: clothing When she reach' d i ,

,, the house to :see: if her summer light of the low-hanging western anything but a prepossmg iiidi right hand on old Blossom's udder tern it was the slender JI. a \1. ,1'. ,
ready to depart.
..r was making down the stairs hat I jwheu Irene returned from her and if engaged might prove to The forthcoming streams of milk fly young iiian clad in a n.at I .
He was coming I rand. more trouble than she was worth ing wide of the mark struck Miss Ma derwear that disappeared .. \:

in hand, as she entered the hall. "Where in the land o'Goshen any kind of hired girl was hard to linda square between the eyes as she gloom depth-: whileIren i ":
permituw .,
\ will you Dot I ,te .,
-Miss Malinda. in my you been so long Irene?" cried and she needed help badly. stooped to inspect the work. wrung her hantand it'rO i: b It! -
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to say a few for Malmda reproachfully as her take off your buanet.". she "As I'm a livin' sinner Jane. you are terror al>ove ground

,,wn behalf in regard to my love asked came in with a guilty flush on at length. "I'll try you anvway." the awkwardest critter I ever saw! The cistern: contain*... e ;-:.. ,.! i
Fairbanks ..
Mr. know"I ,
your niece with rather a paleface plump cheeks and a merry sorry, but I can't take off my she said as she wiped the miik out I feet of wafer, and \ -
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quite humbly, face to face with her her bright eyes."Looking t. mam, fur I al'wus git the yere- of her eyes with her apron. While nimbly dtl'I.'I. i 1 !L 1 "

u he stood for the new girl. when I do." Jane answered. Irene was convulsed with laughter holding ''. : .iliiida t ; t '

( in the ball. Miss Malinda. Irene replied deraurelv."Did !" snorted Miss Malinda "I'm and a snort that sounded much 's head atxne ,n.i II"t.
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.. "So. sir not a word you find her" Miss you won't amount to much but like a smothered laugh came from the "Oli Jar.. J iTi'a.'. .. iiiam.- HI-' ,

Malinda. cows are in the lot and its milkin' depths of Jane's sunbonnet. she -plit.: : : >, 't*,l.r! i-1 ii'r dl.tr"'III" -
at least" tell me asked anxiously.
\ "Will you not. as a man?" "Yes. but she can't come until : so come along." and giving Jane "For the land sake, Irene can't you teeth II .
me
what you have against tomorrow afternoon." tin pail and arming herself behave *ourself? I never: saw you act "Mi-: Ma. '. i ,'!, ,, :. "'1- .,

a J h... i I'" isted.. in particular. "What kind of a lookin' I II another, she led the way brisk quite so silly before. Go and finish mast Ir.!: ." ? t ; t ;.N1 1 '

1 Nothin' against you that I'm at she?" inquired Miss Malmda. I the cow lot. the milk in' and I'll take my pail of | not Jane iVm.u.->. a.:__ J"n._ .
' ,t !I' x..ir sex in general "Rather large and very is Jane Perkins, the new girl" milk to the house and come back and !banks whom vou lu-ItI'.d and ordered I Thi-! srea! an '
knew a man yet Itl '
'n wi: :,h. I never but and strong" informed Irene, who was standing gather the eggs ou'ten the hen housebefore :away fron, vo'i' him-, :. ..- > rta. f- I t tr -teillilt'
woman's heartt' looking young ..
? ., ..ouldn't break a her face to the fence looking at the sleek. it sets too dark" and Miss :no other ...i-"ti 't.a: !.:f I had I'''.. t 'in."r. i.. iruuBtry
turning away
But the man replied, l'
',2 got half a chacj Malinda trotted while the milking ; ::1 "
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to"brt'lk my Irene's the rougish dimple in her cheek away good LaSh M. r i. i ___ _
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r T heart, while I'm alive.will Miss eyes. it to'
tweet tender 'fore4U 'Humph another spell I giggled as the former with an continued. [,all men. In p'_: civ '.. >4'ma .A
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l t f 4 i n r r I Know things and how to reach the: n.ean ihe I have no \oice to shout I b-iiij in it fur coloied people.! Thb''I!our (preachersveie tot! I P.IM i a' sal |I!placed-tales b(thender,\ Mr .\II.xIIII.o'o> >n *1 ,il: ,

i METHODIST EPISCOPAL *- people ot all classy;,. Its uiinis'erbarc when moved tu lo so.I' Whatever form ] was his tint work for the Methodist lary." but g.u "table, expense- anti' j jquarterage" j l l.ls stepson 't "- 't\_
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CHURCH, SOUTH. usually found l in the a'1'ume' lin.>o !ii I u.ay be. it is admitted tu be the church, which he has constantly: I !kept ; Those old records (t,.111'1 rt-. E: J I H..! I :
4 ol civilization, and m.in> ol 1 PIOSV! : HUM! complete.known./: Wesley! was"a ''up' for these fort>--six years as the history close I that peace( and I quietude! pnvailed. I:
was portti1
t .Musi everything written now nm.-t noted ill the history ol Aiheiica.vtiv statesman as well as a Iht'oloiananti ot Florida Methodism will at However one pastor': in abort piporgan.hbut ." al.",,' L /
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it I 11"in- of church as well as secular at- hardships of the nr"teP: It'r". Church. South, to which the '.'In I ing needed in tins day of watches I i ito be sheriff. Deeming the ditti.ol V ., I a: I InirnhI
of \i i \I' : : '
utirs. Newspaper readers demand The Mclhodials are formed into: MI- Ocaia SK-ieiy belongs prior to 1'44. and clocks. Speaking of the galleryfor !the office ilH'otJIpalihltllh lhat t'! d 1'! tI. t
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iJ I II Ii Ir Is iliui which is breezy, spectacular and cieties.Vh n John!; \\Vvtiled!! in ('ol1siillllt'Wiih! the ln. ,ly known as colored people it is well to call to I pas-tor, he was dep.i-ed.: all.1 I piobabiv! !. [ wo I I., .I"d I .
bout the character of the papers that 17M! IKleft as the re.-ni; of tl.e lrvital the! Methodis't! Episcopal! Church the : mind the fact ...at the Methodist Episcopal the chinch judged wtselv. as he -UOll '1 .
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J :die the best "sellers," we may ju.l,e tit tiie religion Unm; hj his church ot !the latter naultIII that (Church South hail! a large I tht'r'aft'r.hol: a man. About! this tn> i 1\ ",:. "
'that events of the lowest order of club of four. :.:,o itinerant preacheis \ ,',tr. ;will;! to differences as the )power 'membership of that race until ,time Ocala had not the best u-pin! ;",: .\ t1\I' -itt' i II .
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d i t.- please the public most. awl! HI Inulo, ( members of his ".societies. ot'IIJl' gent ral! conference K> resaove i jthe civil war. Some eighty aflt'1 I abroad lor Ilt'allltluhlt's:11111 oi"" : I .11:,- \ '
I II I will therefore not hope to nit'rt .". Strictly speaking ill n !!. niiiso ;: bi-jhop as well as I the natureof : to the Ocala Society as late as pastor persisted m praying t"i t: \\l.; < \ "Ilia". .'
i ti.- requirements of the general rt-a'i- the Jt.Iodhl! ; chinch! in O< aia.ve I Jii.s!j orie.; t u-- church divided by : Nathan Hill. still a citizen of this I kick, whereupon llr.tther Harris id.I I .'.:&I.t.& I t : 1.11 '

r. 'specially in view of my subject.However \ should say 1 tie! Meodist(!: Sm-i-tv ('oiisent oi'ail l parties, and the memLeri place, was the last to leave us. doing a house to house canvass, and ,I' I is I ;" el I.! I'|io''!' t'I"' '.
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as this article i inot for in Oc.tla.: course 5t1 ietes the Methodist 0 : a ', '
UK- common ordinary issue III i the the church at large, such as the Church: ::;out it. The later: beUeve! :station in li>sij, laving therefore been I.I.I that there had not been a leniu a-- i i 'I. i as t ,1 it i i I" ?
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I I tanner that is thrown over I the fence :Methodist Episcopal Church. :South, the episcopacy is an order and not .with St. Johns Flemington and other of sickness: and the brothers! I pin. (
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I.I I I. .. ry morning, but having fur its Methodist Episcopal Church, etc., en., merely an office, and that a bish.,p '('OUIII ry societies on a circuit. vere supeilluoiis. proviim tliei.i.I \ -.. ,. It 1.1" 1&11.1' i ,' i'
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I mders and contributors theu and! The Articles of Faith of the Methods: : cannot I/O deposed except for improper I i j Should I mention the names of thepr&aehers I'loyalty to Ocala as well :a- his C'.IIK I l. r '
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vMsdom! of our city, no doubt the cir: an, substantially:, tnose: sot forth in the conduct, while the former church stewards class leaders and In October 1879 this ii:.! < h n' :u I' \ ,
I.any it is in will help to garnish :r: .\IK.-errs'! Creed. It teaches and bell. believes! that he is subject to removalby 'jot!hers appearing in the minutes, pleasant led with the county e'''::111"i I s-.::011' i i I ," II ,of i .'ti.. .' O.
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offered the conference well sad would(lease of the Ocala ;:ant n ai t i. I Ii .I: H..I: t)
The Methodist church is not as old :a- ; e> mat grace is freely tot general at its will. as as thoughts ; '
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John the aptist, nor even Peter an: ( \ ione., The doctrine is one of. if i have gi\'lll the above general outlines II arise in the minds of mall who may grounds and t'd..i! ;i 'rsiste"- .r ah s r tu I i .

-oine of his offshoots, nevertheless I n! :.. '' i :,.. Must distinctive one in thistiiuifii. of hi.storbelieving: that- il may I read this. However, it is well to bring I+the sclHMtl H. \\' Lon_ i in: Allri i l I", when \I.' s J P".i-. i
comparatively an infant in the relit.! tIlt'Jtness of the spirit to inform some of ouroung people Ito our thoughts the names of at least Gary. Jno. C. Rear.I 11. il! l E I I'I;trI! IIIIII'| t' III > 'i i '

OILS world it has made quite a noise 1tu'!, 11"hirth being also! insist- 'especially.; !! some of the men and women of years ridge, S. W. Moodv t' \\ \Vbi-e -., ., are;:, ,d h. i- [1'1"" .(

in most all parts of the globe; in fact, ..i I upon as attainable. One r..iy: \s usual ti!l"- records have been I ago who through their faith in (.11I1. Benjamin Jno. F. D..IHI: i M .lai'? \! :ilHI.t! I ; 1 liaI > '

I I1! is chided by not a few as being too '" mill" a im-uibi r by dechmncrhii !: ; ; poorly kept ;ubll! is difficult to give "and their church built for us and left ,son, J. J. Marco.C.. 1' I limld I :and I \H 'I'I ,' nt Ui: > ;in! : III''I 1 i.. 'i'"
noisy.. ,: de-lie to "i' 'e from the iItI'-teinn information concerning the I us so goodly a heritage. T.1'. Cooper. L. Capady. Evidentlv iin'liiiiLiam' < I nanai'wM! : \ :,< III 'I.t t

The name Methodist was first applied wrath to come," but to remain -: society in Ocala. \\'. T. Harrison, U. (!rant ham, Jacob of this move. McC.'.?
in a religious! sense in the 17th in. he must evidence the continuance From the public records quarterlyconference Leitner R. L. Wiugens. Josiah! When in INMI O'alab ina.l. i TIlt'1.. ; !,- ,\ .

oiitury to those: persons:: advancing; of that desire by a proper or.dt'rly minutes and individuals I i Paine Seth G. Brown and his goodly station Rev. Henry E. Parmdae tie ; i -t to <-""10 .1 i n nla : ,' I "

I ideological I I novelties." In 1729 this :I! life. The mode of baptism is note a few matters that may be of wife who was a member of the Meth- 'I came its first pastor. His adinini,..ii ,i ''etnaiiiv i Woik J i- Hi.'

name was given to a club composed of : not deemedital.. and is administered: ;*interest. The canrch had an existence .udist church for fifty years. These' tion started new life in the -'-\\1011':. .1111:1.1:! \ LEEi!. in

i lilliI' earnest: and pious young men at I I II as tne subject prefers. It is not! of'en 1;j in Ocala some years prior to 1850, but .along in the fifties and early sixties but no great improvement or '.\ III ," i 4---

t)\lord, England. John Wesley and that a Methodist is found that ilix1'? j in that year the county deeded to i !Then later on the names of Ebenezer was done until under RtW.. \\' i

'.i- brother (.'barley Wesley, consul i- not consider sprinkling the correct }Inot' j Charles Brown, Hiram T. Mann, Ed- 1.1. Harris. CaUin .I. Allfred. Henry W. Poage's pastorate in I.vs7. Rev. Joln 1 THE JEWISH SYNAGOGLE. ,I

u-d one half of this club and i in itt : The communion table is free I mond D.: Howse. Josiah Caine Sam- I Long. Mrs. Sue Crowbon, Mrs. E. \\'. B. Culpepper conducted a protracted T )
I".pan the people called Methodist. to all. The government the form is I uel Quatle lall\l. John Morrison. Henry Agnew. Sarah: J. Harris- and Mary I)meeting that resulted in great good to The .|e\\-li, .- nagii.: .' e.I; 3

.,ud|1'lao now number many millions: the \*'rreverse. of republican 01 \\'. Dixon. William Luffman an 1 Mired, with others, appears as de- I|i the entire community, and '.'whey' I S'ortb :-:. i .i',.: sll',". "
/I.stng churches missionaries ho.:- democratic. is nearer an aristocracy i 1 Win. C. Goolsby as trustees, the north I fendersof the faith and faithful eight members were added to 1I\If' built! in IIi.t ,r, |I''''!' a,I'' A'I', I' '!. lt t

tui.ilb. schools, etc., in quite, if not than any other form I can think' j I' half of the block! on which the present workers. I find that in IhOO a conference i church, fifty-two on profession ot faith, i j r'lit -iiimt::r. --,I' or,, nuiii''I.. 1 i. i.:

<-\< habitable part of the world. of. A member as such has no coutioli church l.aiidiau; rands, No. C7 paper was proposed, but it Mr. Poage, had he remained, would I, It'l -, S.lii -I.i.l. Illii-t I'tt! !Iii! t
Having its start in this great seat of whatever of church affair11 if I: Old Surend in 1s2tlie;; other half. was resolved that it was 'premature." 'l have built the present church edifice, I hers l have moved anal .ii, I nuiKTship #

-ruing! it has always insisted and its officers arc elected bv those in cf-I I j jtict' The ('(1'11';!JHJII"e and jail were on this I uncalled for and hence inexpedient, : but his successor. Rev. R. I.. \\1g ; has dwindieil .t.-m i r :j

I Uis insistance grows deeper as time I [ It is rather )peculiar! !: t'lat: in po-j! ''ilork, 1 Ii; i is:, iirobable: ] the church was land that the "S.:: Advocate!'" deserved '- : urged the matter and his donation iIlS'I' Service is only h..Id "i.. \. .> \'> a

Jtlt'J by. that its ministry shall attain !I I litical governments like! the !I'lj..j'! i ;;ioi er. c'--l until i 1v":;2 or after Ir remained their undivided support.! As hisTory : '$III.uu> was the first to the building: I Dav and on the day.ot., _\u: :,. ...,-u'

to a higher order of intellect: and be educated States and (treat Britain where the!I on the lot lintel a few' czars :i I is said to repeat: itself, that resolution fund. In I INV!t Rt.J. B. Ley came as1 I M. Fi-ln-1 i io h"| presitleiitREIU
to a point of usefulness. It I eople! rule" I that'millions of t the same'! ago; stvral years after the! present might:: well be adopted a ?:aII. pastor: and at once the huUIiIlwat- :( '< \ e!

does not wish though! that is! people would subject! themsehes! to aiihurch I edificeVUP! erect d. which! was inlsy ;I In IMH; $ Ocala Sunday school had ten: begun and finished, at a COM of about -..

ers shall !I... simply "!'.Inctttt' I'rl.aeh-I government in which thelae \ :'l. in 1 I'lii :Mr Menry W Long; teachers, I"rn'.dlolal's.. four hundred! Sll.'MMi.iin. The Kavanaugh window F'tist mor'eni kindness lirinu-:
but I'ar as possible that .'y ivioice, iof COMI'M I ,1.1> m, t raj.11! t'ie 1101.1'and tal 1 :a 'hall: -.ry : volumes in :librarv! "Before the war." 'j I' was !paid for bv donations Tom rive (['beer.AT .

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s s + s x '" more, from Herbert and then Mild- true would not have remained Ions GEO. L. TAYLOR, .<.:.lC'V and Treas. '
t : I I red. in"eQ' loneliness of heart took 'in' this position. It is I who need ask R. E. YONGE, Pre:.

? 1 t I refuge in her own great accomplish- I.Iforgivness for withholding encouragement *-

[ [ Y i went-music; obtaining by little effort. ,[ where it was most needed. Co. :t

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Another Easter and is filled to overflowing. The .
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Mildred's heart gave one bound as she !great profusion i

'* read of Herbert's visit to the city. Oc- [.convert the building into a veritable A MODERN OFFICE WITH ii i J

oasionally she had heard of him in ,'Eden in their own mute language de- t

,. Fume;: impromptu speech or some re- !claring: "The Lord is risen; He lives MODERN METH0DS_ __ ;
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markable debate at college. and now, !I again. The melodious tones of.the i fcaa iMti "

t ,.. she was sure to meet him at church j i great pipe organ rose and fell, filling t

f Could she trust her own heart? Yes, !!tr.air with solemn majestic Manufacturers of .... I II
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w BY MAUDE B. LITTLE. and for one moment only did her eyes sweetness pastor people
i ;;meet his as he pressed her hand in I'I't took up the refrain: "Glory be to Father -:
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-j jt "The church was beautifully decorated -I i,Ghost as it was in the beginning, as
Written for) try Easter Edition "I't 1 ih-- ( Kala:: ''iaiu-i.: : *" i
f this morning," observed Herbert !jit is now and ever shall be. world without ti $ Printing c. J
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"Ves. inn WP1'1'1. so disappointed in young -' -
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t not securing Mildred s lilies although as he did on this occasion: '
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"1 I his .' ,I'! .i.-rision i tllf'n.1iM- mankind: seemed. to 1":'JlPl; : t with 1 :-.Le! ..,:-. glkd no reason for with-i j never before had the membership of LADIES' CALLING CARDS A SPECIALTY" \ -

i .1' I 'I.al'l :' S hill: :';,,:..y : holding! ( them I afterwards heard ,]St. John's been so enlightened: never .

It isIay >he hail! l' "::.'l e i 1111 hiiid hugat: I' !keeping, Ladies'! with the of the ;
1 Home, and the hospital. To message resnl'ret'lioll'l l'l'
J .\ I !11.r hiijie; you will 1 reconsider i i 'Rises, as ht'l'IISIt1' rose: this Herbert returned no reply, for I never before had they }' ;

1 td' ma'a' .-? much importance t toIII 1 I 'j I: :Suds! r.0 long in darkness sleeping: suddenly to him on this glorious day j'I such rapture to the declaration. "I 1 rt
Hurt at last from winter's snows know that Redeemer liveth," and
hail also I my
1I come an awakening, which
1 1I ,'llIill',1!If Earth, with H.-a\eii ali'iv- n.jdi'l' i( before had adore.l 'Phone 3'J FLORIDA t ;
I It i is ii < h i --. Herb : r : aiised him to hope as never before. never they so eo 0( OCALA, !
II I I"I f II- IIeOIHi.iiHlll.| '! ":,IIICt' Ills ,,1\11 In, ..litiiiis ., Kiel.I.; : and :"aiumb! bail: I the spring.Slough.s .\I t.\ cuing service, Herbert was much I their young rector, whose, wife in her Fort King Block 1 [(:

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l'nlt' .use surmounts inanv 011.' While iiie wil.l birds htiiM and I iv.spi-4-ieJ friend he decided to call i ion \ minor chord "We too. sing for j'>.\ AAA.A.MN'NV ...IN'ANV\ #

J JJ ,I' Its; you do not love me Mildred sing." his return, when: at the gate he !:and say. Alleluia." Iii

nc.o permit the mere uiarer: : oft 'almost': .ran against I Mildred who in I Si. John's had had its uwaKfiiim! : J
t to alienate your aftec. I Mi.i: Mildred's: : illlplllin''ar and l ;
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as tht one 1 have |IIII-! III: >"'dJJl I il responded: I not to heruii ADAM'S REMINISCENCE.
) n.iitarticulariy to return alone: send for me if you IRON VIORKS
: ..i--n is such an admirable one." ::1 < .iiii' :iis, \\ hill' :" eauiealiy! shei. ned me again." Holding out a detaining You hula)' talk of the deadly nis.-ln! OCALA. t

j .Vlmirable, Herbert for those who i.i: i'r, ii: church.! foliov. ill; her fathern,1.1 ., hand!, heexclaimed.: "1 will shade. ;

..,I liiiiiv it, but I for one could not en- u the, Martin pew. As was her cuts aceoMipan.v: you, Mildred" t then upon Or the poison-ivy oak. t.l

I .. .' the sacrifice and hardships! ;whichIII ludlh..' joined in the morning anthen. recovering his surprise! he Or that deadly tree whose food i is .l
II ,- much 1 appnciau- "!.iLt-vise reckon ye also yonr- illQuir.d'l' made
I \(bIVts. As as "What; does: this mean, :\
i :in. honor 1 cannot be your wife, for- selve.in I ho dead indeed} unto sin ; "It(t means, Herbert that I have Of its arm-imprisoned huh: OGALJFLA.

i me and seek elsewhere for one hut alive unto Cod; through Jest be-e-ii awakened! That whereas my Tint if yon want to frighten ill

n.i.re worthy of the position." .i,Christ: our Lord." Only one clause in' heart, once dead to the nobler and better ', And make my bold heart <|1IIa\\,,'.

"1| see Mildred: it is needless I to pro- her prayer book arrested her attention impulses i of life has been resur .Just remind me of the apple 11't ...

,"" lug this interview; as I leave for Se- \Ve humbly beseech thee.! that reeled! Ii means that my heart once Mv I deluded Eve did shake'' Founders : and : Machinists.

iwnee tomorrow. I can but bid you as by thy special grace preventing us. so full of self and the sordidness of ROSA I. McCLINTOCK.:

.i.lk-u. with a hope that this inconi- ,thou dost put into our minds good desires earth has had., -( with an arch smilei t

,Ill: Eastertide may t bear to you new.rys so by thy continual help we "'bright visions ot'a glorious future." r.- .
:. and briJht'isiuns of a glorious [may bring the same to good effect:' "Does it enable you to 'endure the ; PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS
4 :The sweet-faced choir boys seemed to' Let us fill
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luture! and with that was gone.Having ; sacrifices and I hardship.of life?"
Mildred absently gazing after infuse new meaning into I the old:
questioned Herbert a nets light dawning Your BELT ANDVIRE CABLE
tilt retreating form until it vanishj hymn: upon him.
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t'S brings with it a lastinghappiness. :; Prescriptions \
in the distance. :j "Now }he bids us tell abroad "
way I A Large Stock of Mill Supplies Always on Hand. 'r '
llerbeit Evans and Mildred Martin how the lost may be restored "
; Even to a poor curate? ,
'had been fast friends since attending 1 How the penitent, forgiven, ,
"Y I'::, if his name Herbert ?
-chool together, until recently when | How we tag,,. maj! enter H, aven- ".\1111 his SWt't'IIt'art's! namis -?" ,:
slight estrangement had risen be'wren i ,Alelnia: !" "_. iA i
.t to the fact that -:Mildred.i! > PI-ION: No. t
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I "Oh. my darling illY heart's desire!
he; former much to the chagrin of |II The snrpliced! rector from behind a Did I ever imagine that such bliss Nv\J
his friends had announced his intention IProfusion of KaMer lilies enlarged Accuratelyand I I'e
should be mine! ? as he clasped her in % "' AAN1".4'I >V'v\
of preparing for the ministrv. To upon the possibilities I 1)r'a newly rapture to his heart, afterwards, adding
them u seemed but natural that he I a wakE'lit'lljlll I and I the beai'.ties of a '
hesitatingly uHt'Ull'l1ht.l'lilcll'p.1.: I 1
uhiMild have chosen law since no one resurrect'il I lite. !I cannot offer you the luxuries to which
in the school could speak so boldly I I. I
I Verily, everything apptare.l; to mock ,yon I have accustomed.I |
ur so fluently. Quick at repartee and : I OCALA WAGONVORIS
(Mildred the birds gave of their And then Mildred in the voice of'Ruth I''
foremost in debate, he seemed to be''' '!
voices, the flowers of their fragrance made answer: "hit reat me not''! PromptlyTYDINGS
but throwing away the chances which !! f
)beauty whiie evvrvaf! to leave me-, or return from following !
bespoke for him a brilliant, successj: !j(Viand there se--med to glow upon I the promise ofllte..arrt after, thee; for whither thou goi'si.j I i \I <' A T 1-: Ell.\- M A'1'11 J'\VS: f
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ful career. ;i 'ction.i Andhe.. -.ri'It i ha I slue' I will go. and where thou lodges, I Il I': iI I

Mildred with her proud nature, was i)[I'given of her life to swell the dad |l will lodge: tny people shall tie mpeople n. l: Manufacturers of All! Kinds of Vehicles 1
disappointed and piqued beyond ex- "
Easter ('hnms1)lhill! And the! and thy God! my Jod. i
pression. As the spoilt child of an
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'Chad recei'.ed as little! Plainly! as i In early autumn they were married. |

never indulgent: been father so aroused her and nature the :muw.hal heart' never before an indescribable there crept longing int.i" her forsomething I lingering blessing of a the moment! dear old to white-haired receive the ,, I G & [COMPANY r : Painting and Repairing of Every Description

ledge that Herbert could de dis : i .
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loftier, more sublime than !:rect.. c who had! known them !so Ion;) ,
soaded from his intentions, did not 1'-1'anything for which she had ever as i ere tlingforI h into broader and j, 27 So. Main Street : OCALA, FLORIDA.

concile matters. I'ired. Then as it by inspiration, wider! fields of Usefulness i1 j jAt .. -iJ G .
As for HerlMTt-handsome, resolute.Rentrous I iA'
;!: there! flashed! ino her !mind! the beau'tiful t Herbert's suggestion Mildreddhad : : 1
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cities, before
large going: t-t hiforiiier -
"0. give I mine own : of Mildred's ,
inconsistency.Iut charge. Alighting before _
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handsome Ht'r.1 I
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tt bit>b she had revealed and which he, I
l i JA word in season, as from! Thl" '. iben assisted: his bride up the steps I : I-1
l in his befoie blind infatuation discovered.The for her, had To Wt'arlilt'.-, in needful ho'ir." !into brilliantly lighted apaiiinenis. HOTEL MONTEZUMA i

d''t'r! 'saying, as he extended( his 1l't11". "Wei!
ft'rt'uainin before Eas- : ,
days 'ertfly "
home, Mildivl.: -
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'I. i were unusual ones for Mildrt9l.I i
U-ss in which of dis- her aliening: !S While reverently "Hur what does it mean Herbert, I
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win" is the hostess?
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.1 I..I f possch.sed her, causing !her I t1)I :! and gratefully! she repeated fl'OIllI MANAGEMENT
I 't that I the Mil.Ired. i
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11'.1'I 'l'e' (',.'It'.I" "(Irani; us u o to whether shehail erred in .
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!daily tini.i:u :sin: ih.it \\c may evermorei
Hrl did she IM\
Tn' ert go; really I la.-t, y. ,(u r. 1 filled the pulpit at St
lam after all? Then into her Marl i 1 1It live with film in lilt jov tf 1 this: re>- Special: Attention Given
.i.une.nu! ; just laM month 1 r'cpi\1!
I the consciousness that, event I 111l'l'->I'lillll.
a call to the same charge, ;
''i"i i he loved her he could n-.t r*. I Many wondered at I the change inMildred Commercial Men I
I it and! wishing to surprise( YOI!. 11ipraciievd
i" i i her as heretofore. I>ui'i' !i., : : mid it seemed' a pit s ilia1
i I tiiis little iiise-. which I hope
!I',II! upon lifts duties uiih I thai'j: 110-1'111'1'1 could not have b.-en iieai; to -
') 'IU1 ill forgive:: since :you will not.be
I n.'in,. halance which seems to supciann I I.ehold I li1 r iiati-1'or iati"i';: : AMERICAN
lie wile 111'a t 'p'lor' citrate alter AND F.ilh'i.t-h'f.\ T--I
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I. "ti. one from whatever is > \\eii'-t Jill: : vimil I theie eae;; to Mi'dreil! an all "

and pureM in human xistencc: other;i iK.itei : awakening; a sad! one, in the I! For answer, the bewildered girl ,I -
day: dawned in a'l' its -pl.-n] dea'n' ( tit' her onh tit. !llowed i\ Ocala
part
laid her head upon his bioad :should!, I Florida
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nI largest ;and best: line of goods ever carried by us. i
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Without km- of misleading the trut tl' we .say that, we have the ]large! and IM*\ W e s

complete assoitment: of Embroidery in Ocala] also the largest line of popular !jut,ced l

11 Dry Goods and Dress Goods. V

\\'hen you consider quality and prices our line of Laces and Ladies' Muslin( Un (I')

UJ derwear will appeal 1 to you.

tQ We have been in business only two years and we believe that in this tune \u- Sell D

1I'r.l.' have made the best success of any firm thot ever embarked in business in this city (()

uJ The members of this firm are the youngest business men in Ocala! and 'both ale
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t1 i .v determined to grow, according the patronage they have: enjoyed since their begin: .

Wing, it seems as if some day in the near future they will become the greatest Inl'I" "

I chants in Marion County. So far have exceeded Our wiles
W I we our expectations. !
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I'll \\ nearly everything, and everything we sell must be satisfactory or your

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I'll a l} mocev Special. ales every Monday, and its on these days that you can double your C as h VJ


I Hoping to be favored by a visit from you, we remain. (I')

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