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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 7, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03009
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCAlA


Volume 9, Number 308


EVENING


OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY JUNE 7, 1904


STAR


FIty Cents a Mothi, $5 a Year


BFES AiD FIE MOROCCO OFF THE lAP SEE OUR SPECIAL LINE OF


Shredded Wheat Biscuits,
Sc 2 fr 25c.
Tr"io ts IOc pkl.
Pu Guava Jelly from IS
to2Sc per ar.
OraageUn I and Grape-
fritt Marmalade.
lsam and Staffed Olives.
ipe Nts.,s c; 2 io 25c.
Medo Mangoes 2Sea far.


AT THE

TEPOT GROCERY

STENOGRAPHER
AND
TYPE-WRITER
MISS B. N. SINCLAIR
Private offic-. ii: c iirtlmei'cial B-ink.
Your wu ok It. lihe al,\ove line-s solicitel.
Speed ald a;-ui s ;ly alaranteed.

FISh aID OYSTERS
I have tfreslit Iott ni I'ish alnd
Mullet a:lwa.i\ on hand:
Cedar Kec aul C'r\ tal River

RECEIVED FRESH DAILY
O eticled anll SI.I. \Il'. I CAN

W. M. TUCKER,
City Markt.


A. I. WILLIAKB


CARPENTER ANO WILDER
Offer Inls s **s I to v' ""i..1' *I
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If r-tq..im 1a.1 ioi s .in1It Il i\ok
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IosUC .1 I'. W illi.liti-.
No 1 ,. 8. 2'nil St.. < .ili. I1i..

BREAD, CAKES
-and--
FANCY GROCERIES

F''i tlhe linle t 'l et Ic. .ike-
and iF.utlcn (;tt l cille'. in tlic c'!\
RKl: lMI. Ill, R "111L

FRENCH BAKERY
11AS 11 -M

MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
Siaction Guaranteed


BOX 1l


OCALA. FLA


, W.W.Carma& Co.
You will find a w .':: i t'. t 4 so k o('
(ruci'ries at
CARMAN & CO'S..
on North Main St north o4 city mar
ket.
Spetialties--
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
CHICKENS AND EGGS
Reumieuilr hi plt ,,te l A ,rist assur
t we %iil tre.t tiou rin ht.
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Cream Vermiuge
TIE 6UNIAUTEED


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EDWARDS

AT THE CIT

Leading Wholesale


WESTERN AND CHOIR
CELERY AND ALL OTHER
FREE DELIVERY


I o i
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AN EXC


1 m. 1 i:7lio-r inlxoli inatiofn see :igefts.


AMERICAN SAVAGES

Burned a Building at the World's Fair
Because They Failed to See
a Bull Fight


LUMBER


ROUGH N DRESSED


St. Louis. June 7.--lnens.d ov*r
their f.tlure to see a. genuine Spanish 4
bull tight, which the authorities had
*'rdletied stopped. ;a tiutl \as startetd in B H
.r-n:t n-ar th" 'urld's Fair grounds B .
Suildaiy et-v\ning by a croT'nd ,Pf :,-**
ernn a.nd i.ys,. who were unable to get PHIONE NO. 25.
their monl,- bat;k. .and the building .was'
burt,-nrd t th- ground. The prici of ad-
nmissitn ctharg,-I was $1. Four men r
,tre pl:aceL under arrest by the aiu-


th.,ritie.s of St. Louis county, charged
Sixth ,ltetructi on of property. The i
,roxd. thinking these men were con-
nrleted with the show, made an attempt
top mob them. and in their encounter
with the deputy sheriffs a number were
rughly handled anld some receive-d
scal.;l wunids. ThI building is s:idl to
have o,st $S'.i.ii'. It is a total loss.


ee or Phone


SEYMO UR




mercial Bank T


RANCH OF
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLI


f CAPITAL


- 50s.OOO.OO


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOITS


TO SAN FRANCISCO The initial perform,,nco by the- con- DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DEPO TS
l.'iaY f Spanish bull fighters had tee-n RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANOGE OUNT
Via the Southern Pacific and Union .4I.t-rtise.l widely. but 4;.verlnr i toc;- AND SOLD
Pacific Railroads **.y, to whonm numerous protests h:id I
Fil st .L.- s I, le x lil, t i. t iket 1i to Sain '.'e'lln m1:let by re -ligous and humanll ,- s i
Il'i iSo. i, :i 1t' Li Aniteles. account t ci-tie-s. ortd ret d that it should Iot le
;iiizht T'-empirla:r c.onc'lav., Septenmber, allowed to take place. l illi1
.-:'., 1:*i4. ,and S.over'ign rand Lodge, Iesplite these orders a large cro wdE elegant M ill
S. 4 '., Septe-mbelr 19'-2.,, 194i. assembled in the arena at the ;tdver-. -. -- ...
Ticketsr oin .ieo fim l all Southeast- tise-l timlne otf opening. Before the re- -
,*In points August 1. tio 27. inclusive. ular performance a number of cowboys
.tlnl August ", to September 9. nclu-lu drove in some bulls. which they ran l JL It P
sive. around the arena In true Wild West
The tw\,o sholi.-st ald blest lines from style. The c-row! s.oon tbecme tir,.i H t F host ti J d i -S -
Ne\\ cx leins. Kaisas I'ity or Omaha. of this anld called for the bull fight.
through to th.e acitic Cloast. Ask for Wanted Fight or Money
,ti,'i.t:1S. t Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be ioud
;. \'. I':ly. T. P. A., J. F. Ren.sataer, I Thte announimen t was then rmale there the most exquisite production of modern art and tyles
;,.r,.r:l Ageint, 13: Pieachtree St., At-h th lhul1 tight woul pr.-eded
Nith. As the matailirs came into tthe THE LATES PAIS CREATI
A COSTLY MISTAKE 'rinigi a county official stepped up toi
:lu!,,,i..sI .,r. so,,ni.l.ines ., Xl, t** ilii 1 hm l h'i An Excd sve d a Beatfl Line f Dr e Hat A lay
I' l i infol'rineii him thail the pr11oposq,! in
i '". i,., so,,all| lif. Itself is the ,how coulI lnt ake place. W hen this
1-i it of a t iistak'-. hut l y.oull tne-vsr o rui wi t he t-riiW he nv this
..L it. f t la.k.lr. King' wLie h,.t,,e kwI own to the crwl they lA,- A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.
Se.l into the arena :;nd demanded the
I l o I'x I CSI. Iisi. Ii.ies. He- return of their money. Falling to get
,i,'h.*. I.h,.-i 01 ,w,,.l troubles. They L t t .
%+,.. ..tl,-. y..t thro tattl.h. he thi.. at the i t the fici. J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR
S which w;ias %lwated in a small building
+%tili-.M1 imI.ol" Irugstore.
t rugstoroutsid the aiena. and began to %tone
the structure. This was followed I l
Eittl.pisi, to burn the structure, which
i as ant i nlinirs- building. constructedl | |
BROTH ERS tiiie, afl. l Ia !ackI ng
-d f Iit'. lilts or burning praper Nere
SRO T H E R S I thrown at the woodwoork. alnd fina11lly
Stiier e went iide and dropped nat i S W
IY MARKET lighted m.nath in a pile of hay under, s plant i t aec in And A- a sin am
lithe -lna. The whole structure was
& R* Su son tire, and before long was in hf g ot p
& Retail Butcher s r ""s.
SA call was made for the tire depart- P r n e 84
Sni nt. but the single engine that re--
ws niecthing to stop the pril. snd t the
CE FLORIDA MEAlTSio:as nothing to suiop the prdr thee WATCdH FOR THE BLUE WAlMUE
VEGETABLES IN SEASON rt; n. The fire department of the
wiorldh's Fatirl wa;is tailed out to trot't
TELEPHONE 109 the exposition buildings, should it be-
c oins nevess;ry, but as the wind blew
o ill the o ,poite direction there was. nRESTAURANT<
EPTION "'"'
\ FIGHT WILL BE BITTER Fint Cass Mels
.-ClA E._ ._ <


-A propnei is no10 WitnOt onor, save m
his own country" is a proverb that does not
always apply. For instance about 1000
people in this country do business with

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS


Ocala, Florida.


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FOR A HUNDRED YEARS
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T. W SMITH


&


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COMPANY


Carry a Full Line of General Hardware. and are now open for business in
the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; a
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tools of all
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware. Tinware. Agateware. etc. Sash, Doom
and Blinds. Guns and Ammun-tion. Peninsular Stoves and Ranges-none
better: Wire Netting. the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Low-
est Prices Will Prevail.
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familiirizes Us
With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited


Special Sale

of Sewing Machine:

We have a largee number of sewing machines that have b-en used-some
out little-tha: we will c;ase cut at Bargain Prices. These machines have
oeen thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
alaced and made as good as new for service. Each mach ne is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
and tried. ,f desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12
and each is a bargain at the price.

Wr 2. n .*. .. r. tih -l ,L-... ,n ..i.jk.. li ." .,, ..Ad/..Il-r .2*j WsI.


Those ho will persist In closing CAREY REPARED LU CH S
their ears against the continual recom- CAREFULLY PRE LUNCHES
m*-ndations of Dr. King's New lDiscov-
*ery for Consumption, will have a long I0icM U 0 -t
,,,. ,.o,.o.. ,,, ...+ st ,o l nikDelicious Hot So.p Daily
;anIl hitte-r fight with their troubles, if
nt, ended earlier by fatal termination. D
Re:a.l what T. R. Beall of Beall. Miss., DiD g Room opln imtf 'I I PummU
has to say: "Last fall my wife had ev- attention gicn tO V Ipey M
-ry symptom of consumption. She took :th ma k t off prepare feo th tab a
lDr. King's New Discovery after every- short ot .
thing else had failed. Improvement
ca:ne "at once and four bottles entirely,
uurel1 her." Guaranteed by the Anti- Dumb Walter C nmm zs WNith Bar
SMonopoly rrugstore. Price 5-,0c. and 31.
T i;tl bottles free. S;lfulI:Cooks, ALt Uvel Waters aad Cboie Vi
Special price to Regalar Do in
KNIGHT TEMPLARS- THE AR I HAEL
ODD FELLOWS THE CARMICHAEL & SE II


The Last Opportunity of the Year to
Visit California
-gKiriniing August 1"., arid continuing
*l.iiiy tio -'-t.erntb-r tound trip tic kets
%\,I1 1le s.,,l oin account of the abo\e-
,,.\.-ntionlis frnm all points in th.-
S .Uth.ist to, either Los Angel-s or
S.,i l-';r.i. is.,, ait extremely low rates.
t.:h tir..,; :-tu!r. lint io tober 2.3.
Ti. k-ts r ill .;-rnit of ten -l;, ys sto, p
x., -r at St. Louis .ini, allioat h,.ltler the
pirivi!-g ,- -f g,,iing ,rie route an.i r--
turz.!tii an;ilhe-r without ad-l.tiun.il
".,st. x. --;,t thit:. ti, k-ts r-tu:ning \ii
P'..: t;.r i. :n aI litn.n l h.ire- of $11
.I! be mr.a-d,.
Th- F .:ii "-R1o k Is'an,] Systz -q of-
S f-r' ex. .. ut-s n.
i,. l full :;nf.rn;ltion and 1,-1 u" ,.cliL
y.,;;r tr-i;. ? I.. P trrtt.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
I WORLD'S FAIR RATES
SF.':t .t s ex, urT.r. rates fro.rm ,eala
S:. L.ou;s and rt-tur;,:
* 4..7 7 t;-l return limit. Do. 15.
.S. fin.! :-:urr. limit. s.xty -lays.


At McGrath'm Stand


A, E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER


"INE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVIY

JEWELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


Mueicht Block


OCALA


W- P- FnWARnlq


IERS SHOE COMPANY


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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1W.


AGAIN THIS WEEK,


CALL YOUR AT i a.N llON TO OUR



BARGAIN TAB

Upon which you will fnd a large
pply of remnants at


REDUCED


PRICE


H. B. MASTERS.

"The House that Treats You R



RESULT OF THE PRIMAl


L'p to 11 o'clock this .-evt-ing o-tliurns
the following lpreV-in ( Anthony. I ief- vie.\ I unw-illoim. 'iti;. ,tr
The returns are (om101-.lt-- it r.l.tliii
only, and foot up as follows:
For Sheriff- ;,ordlon. :.I ; ;ll a '
For (.tov-rnor Ihlrowarl. :;1i i;\ai..
For Senator -Stlo-ktolr. ::i4. T:ili.if,.-r .


EVENING STAR TE
Tii- f.
C. L. BITTINGER A CO. ian.i l.i
huiil C. L. hitting and R. R. Carroll l' al
Proprietors and Publishers ',ilyv I-

C. L BITTINGER, !,,,
Editor and General Manager. I.:, I.
i a.lh.aill
R. R. CARROLL, Ihri.,k.
City Editor and Business Manager jMi, .,l.,,
. .. ; \ ll,*. T"


,W I HAS RUSSIA GOT BACK?

Report of a Daring Sortie From Port
Arthur and Sinking of
Japanese Ship
Liao Yanir. June- 7.-It is p.-rsi.-t-nthy
ai to -.l th.I t th"- I"l t .t A thaiiI ~qtii .t'ir1i
I nifl- t .t s.rli, tiiL.iy \ith thir-r tort1-,lo
la. st .'-strot -r s irn tht 1-:;lI.
Tha- ro-Tort has it that Ru'si;tris funin:
th,- J;tlp.iiai.-s tt.- -t utisusp. i .tus :t I "
uniprt-pare-. fitr action. a,.id that four *>f
th- J.iparia-sa- s.hipis o.-re suntk.

WM. ANDERSON
As.ks the re-;:laers af this 1plrar to t.est
tit-" valui- of Kj',,l I ysp.-p.sia ,'utr-.
This p-er sons. ahli hav- us-il it a;itl
S \\hi have bee--n eurt-il by it. ,lo n-ot h!-.-
Siltt.-l toi r-c arimrti-nal it to th-ir fril-n-Is.
K, Ktiol 'ilg-sts \\hat you "at. i. g** .til l, d tight t *ililing tht storni .h andtl liga-stiv,- ,,r-
;itis toI ontriloutte tot the tlood.l all a of
iY, j iutriti,.,it cont:airl.I iin th- ft.,tl.
r y.K 'K ,I#l[I I .sl,.ipsiat 4'ur- ias lic1as.int :ai.l
i, ,l.at.al le.


hole twen received front


da,


CAPITAL, -


R. S. Hall,
George MacKay,


R. L. Anderon,


A. IA.


-- $sO,()OO.


Edward Higr,


GeorFe ord,


1.K.L. ckbm.,


Herbert A. Ford


President:


HERBERT A. FORD,


WATERMELONS FOR SALE ROUND TRIP RATES i]
Sl thTO WASHINGTON
Iov.t- 2i" ;tr-s of lii'lion- of the F.iden t _


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DASTARDLY DOINGS :alI I' i -' i*.*" I*l->--. itil ittn U."
ity lint surip.asse in the county. Will
. M.11 litt al. Sum.nm -;.-.r-l-.. .--. l' l i, ai .tlao M. nl:ay .s- 11 iln th til-1l or f. ,. b. Call on Dr.
,th.t n all- :,ttl K-*-tti, a-k.Y h ig.h. ail.- ai a iNa.o1t ,n-ui>.. lw 1'. Vil i. ai* .r Pittm.an and Son's
t.. .'h. a, .-a t f-.,f sher .fia liffa Y aa -rll .-rs w ., % '- iti o il i the s ati.ol f,,ri-itltr.t ltatt' 1 a ll' F ia.
pllifortnl for tht. train too t.ke thein to
'rippltl <'rt-ek. ;il inf-irnail 11i:t hin-t. .ias l F
,.:i,. .explod.ael b-neath th m-ui. killing I\\ lv.-
l't* a ial \ aoartialitag se-'Ve II.
'.,4t. At Vih'tIor, 4'ololralbo. that ;iftl-iir-,a i. .
-- ~whilt- a lii:ts i,.-tinag L% s thwina h.-11l T. WV. Troixl-r. A i t for Huyler's
tot lisc.ri s th- tiattet.r, :i riot llrik-' Pill. _andy. "Freh Shipments Received
ACHERS' EXAMINATION F,,rty shats w,.rate tirel. oil la n itl ':i." a4 weekly.
kill-41 :tanl six \woutial.-l.
allo,'.,'iig t,.'alhe.Ts are taking ex- (,,,olral, is practically unil,-r niairii.l A FATHER KILLS HIS CHILDREN
aon in Ith' 4 t-'al.L High Sclitooll law.
: J;,ii- alt-y. Standard; .n- la,-ll-. N. J.. Jun.1 ..--After killing
rfor-l. .li;clit; Miattie. and Annie SUNK BY A MINE tl .--. of his ,childri,n anil wunaling a
. p.art: illi.atn 4. Fairris f,, ii. ..i h M. lo,tuih. t one tin
.,is.. ,t alai: Al a i n .d Valli.- I hte. .i. Julne ".- The ti.ussi;:it a ti i..l- i .k-'. .h.t hims Ilf thra igh
sill has Im .-.nt iinfoarni..1 tha :t h .iru- ittt la.-:aI ..*s rhl.y. ati..l alit.,I a fe'


Ju'li*' H: IIll:ill. Islatal toVe:a
til,. ,- .il.i; .': hlorf.ei M arlow, .
ivill'. Euge-iiai. Morgan, Mvnt-
Vil;i .lixso11i awil. Job Mi1igso.n,
.y; S.ii'ili E. M .-'re.ry. Nash-
iinn.; Ill. anctle Wilson. t'aniller;


Ja al Iat.5'.ariiIahas IP,a'ta stank lhit a
mfinl it- MT~i-i Wi miar.
The new''.s is lwid attt-i~otinwl.-. Aolatha
reapirta~t iys the '.ess"el%.t,- 5a met-a-h tat -


HOW IT WORKS W i't- lIrick. Moirntiston. atl Solo- ASTHMA SUFFERERS
Sti. Sii l .ls. .Antlathony.
For several seasons the truck-ris. -s- !.% .s will I... noite-,. .;lanot1 g tiht- nintit-tto-n SHOULD KNOW THIS
ea'ially the growers of watet.nelnis1 :pplil'ats th.-tr- ali only thrt-e males.
and cantakuples. didl sao w..ll in this Th.- ..as ..ang. fiao l, t a, 2;. W ith It oh-"leys Hln-y nta Tl ar l- s t-ut**-*I
i iatly **ases of asthma tMat w 414 #ni-
countlty that the# acr-age hias it-eli v.iy '. it . -x 'liii off pir,01alla li t 01. six. s t .t. '
m uch large-r this s.-.;saa t i tlain usi'aa lia. ?t aot lit,-. ap li..1.ats h ..- tt; ight i,- ail a-a h, i-'lss. M. sr. Adoilah lu,.isti.
and many en tbark-,I it tha ..i.,i s .- f '. Th-y t- t' : tilt. I ,ki. : t l in a l st Tirl st.. l Ivei-t. l-.
I -ritoes: "A sevt-'e ilil t ait -a !te'l
who had here-lofoie- gi.-iit :All tliiI a- '- tiil z.lois in th-ir worl'k.
twl\.0 y ; .twev< -y 'ears ago w.s negl-'ted until
tention to general farniing. .ititaon .M J. I. ir.itilha.im ofi th* unty ea"it
it Un:lily glow into asthinii:i. Tt* l,-st
them a large inumlat-tr aof -coloiri-t 1 f1.1alI- Ia. h...l l,.aatr-l. hlia~s a hata ofI thlwe *x a t. .,at ,
m ii cail;il skill availatbl- could nt give'
era, who. having struck th.e lty.% s.- i- ttaoi. ha-i all aotinmue, four days. al .l ul
I I .e inore thlin tempioary rt-li<-f. F0o-
son. have been lite-tally consuill-A. forTh- :ii.- only two te-alihi plying e tr -f. o-
I ly's loney" and Tar \lwas l','aollinltelliled
they hl4t not only their labor, .uth,thir for litt St .- ,,artifiit-..1-iss L.il- t
fertilizer. andl are now in'hardl straights Ii.an I' l-rlis ani, Miss Ma .r,'t-ry. d bttle entirely curel mip
(of asthtia., 'whiuh bhail, la-en gri\ ng an
for subsist,-ance- faor the ya.if .iha.,a, oIf 1-. I.:l.r**'lt Sta'v them. A numller. seitig th in...ita- ..-s-*-*r'sa o..tYit.. a.n aol.! t-at'cher. i has -
it it the statlrt I wtiuld ilhay- lit-eta sat veal
ble staring them in tho. faci-.. :i11lI hair' aof th ol or1t,. hs xan- ts of suritg.S by te st-
membering in the .-ars that at.e on, iitin at lloward Aca .iny. the names office D drugstore.
that by sticking to iitotan ;as a staldi.tl- "'f "lhim will gliv.--n t11tiiorrow.
they always riounil-d l out th- y-..ir with e nle y th l Hastings Trutck
from $5., to $:34- in th,.ir pockt-is. ara- A RARE OPPORTUNITY that rank uga -.t li p otato kiag af4
taking time by thi- fa-,.-l-k. lbuyinii --- .
that villait-., has ala--at-,rl ulo it .a t ,ra0p
.ott lion se-. from a.-. ;,il..s ;all <'0.. '.-ii put pa.ty lo i, ,track toa s.-.ur-. the l hs su ill spt
ana d proium-e to have meal in thir him i ns i. sl ..ais foir st,. k farn in th-. coun- t ,ltSUtllet' it N. H.. takiia
if they have to give up their ,l-..aI o 1 siz,. 0- f li, ,t.i fully .21.i0.. artes:; i fr its ti th- f lat us tauiak
nlileilty matidie easily anlid quickly. a:tnl ii L I '1 ., with tin oly of hllank-it i h -. y ,.at
f;rtll ( if Jaahiht Nix. aIt lia- 'htli-l.-staaii


get back lto thi slow but smt- -.y ,'f
making i-ls nia-t. It is ni t x ,11 to
plut aill your ,i ,i,- ,.isk*-t. f

MARK TWAIN'S WIFE DEAD
mm.
tMrs. S.mlu.-1 I.. <'la-m-'ts. wif' of f
Atii't i-a's. i fst .iniisl hmt ist l i.-'
at ilh-' ui0'-. Italy. Molltay. .r til>-
lanid w.%.s %llth hr. :4id k .,,ls ', itin-
u:ally y Ii--ir ti in. s-i-.-k ii Ito nIt
oagae. M r. t'Is-0iir-1i t- ,I .inalt litts ..l- i
illa 0r ha-ilth foi iT Ia1 I til t-. aill t I"l
death of hlis w if'. whom he' idal., li.t. is
vry hard n h-tii. Hv m- *" i-r .t,-k-'
ag:lin. Th.- asy Iiatt y of m liiis ,-tf
this a.,L tl r y-ili,-lt. fi-,0ii \ it.t .- ha- a. .- !,i<
*lui.nilt s:ticc s ta '- a ii li t ia'< I t, ,-.
oit a .i -s it lof his ale-lap :a litlat<
Mr. S-il Sliiah. Of lh- .'xt. .i-:v. 1..!
su.t a 'il o aatatua:s-l..li tirli of S' !
Sliagh .ainl <'0.. fl .I.i ks.tai\.iiia i< a ti ithI -
city looki na aft-: caiat.alaoul,.- hil--
mIentis. Mr. Sligh's tirmi has t ill- -ia-
Ill1a tlon o.f t 1i.k111 tIhe l.l!t .-'t s -I h -il-
elln llt aof t.0ri t.-.s i ) li th. a- t .' of any tit i in the business. M'. Sli ih.
in the p.ailly Ly.i ..`s f thie irst N. i.; .1;-
atl t.intk. ti. 11. pos witioOln ti 'e its e:
force .in0. h is n iny ifri-:. 1. in i :,i:
oatmulllliinit W t.;" as--.! to I .....
hint ;agailt i d : .I i i.n h:s -!-s : .ty.

M r. J. HS .... .- l i r.ri iy. .'t-
si-sting 'of his mw ife. I tuithler. H -'i,.
i0.1 .itn. (.etrat.C of Ith'- i;a!rh ir\ r -
s -ecti.n. w ill l .-\. - : ': I. f- -- I. -
Sonia. t.. H H ,t *';-- th. 5itli *- \\ ;'. .

h o lm e w h I i h .* h ai t nl ,t 'a :. .. :*. -.-
t yv e .tr %\V t' u : t ;.- ;" '.- '.,
full of i 'pl .asu' "' f,' .t:. ,f" :hi- I:. :-
folks.

The Ins;--. "**: s ifi l,- -----
sei'\--I ta i wa -rT- I' '- I .\ M ,0
T. D i.ti;. sa,' 1'.,*** .1 l. .. -
Tomn H.ar: ;s. S. ,:: ,\ .l:-::..-
w .tid. F :-P A V cti .,.n .I I. 1 : . .
T ho x \ ,xli .g t.is ..\ ;), I. i ....'- ..
S. '.. .t. .a . '.- .. : -


; -~< -. l -1 i.i a i lnv-r. a ld th- h finest
tI I-I i ln i- stat.. I..1and ch-aep. I'For
fia Ilth.i lp ii tiulars a '-ill :it this office.

BASEBALL


A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE


The Atlantic Coast Line. the quickest
route by two hours and eleven minutes
from Jacksonville to Washington. offers
excursion rate, Jacksonville to Wash-
Sington and return. $37. Tickets now on
,sale. "Florida and West Indian Lim-
ited." fastest and finest all year train
bt-t'wee-n the East and South, leaves
: Jacksonville 9 a. m.; arrives Washing-
,ton 7 .45 a. m.. following morning. No.
'4t. Athintia. 'oast Line Express. hI lves
Jacksonville %:tQ p. m.: arrives Wash-
ington lo): ,) p. m., follow ing evening.
An excellent opportunity to visit the
Nation's capital at nominal cost. Tick-
etts good to return October 31. Avail
yourself of the quickest and best litwe.
Both trains carry Pullman drawing
room slaseieprs, Jacksonville to Was'l-
ington. Florida and West Indian Lim-
ited carries Pullman finest" dining cars
Savannah to Wa-shington.
W. IH. Leahy. Div. Pass. Agt., Savan-
nah. G;a.
T. C'. White. 1). P. A.. Tampa. Fla.


My diiviing" ponies,. Kitty and Hattie. H. M. Emerson. Traffic Manager. Wil-
Thl.s,. poniies :rte w%-.11 -Iled. being about inington. N. 4'.
thr-.-foiurths 1Wilk-.s and one-fourth W. J. Craig. ll:ailtornhiica;: can go a mile in four toni. N. '.
minut'-s: are very kinl and gentle; can
be han'ilel by liali,-s aor childAren. They AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
are well matched in aolor, size and
gaitl; ae faiour y%':is old. Price. $540*t. If you wanit to get up early and feel
B. II. Seymour. g.at i .ll ,tay take a littlee Early Riser
j or twit at bed time. These famous lit-
CURES OLD SORES tie pills relax the nerves, give quiet
- rest and refreshing sleep, with a gen-
"\\"-sttnii --lilan. K Nii.. Ma:y y. 19"*2: tIe movement of the bowels about
I ::l;.it i ,i 'r\\ L .iiaii,-ait < ',.: Your Snow breakfast time. W. H. Howell, Ilous-
I.iAnittil-*'int 'tA**' .it a 1- so.,- on the side ton. Tex., says "Early Risers are the
,i' iny a.hill thA.it a.s supll.os-d to) be a best pills made for constipation. sick
,it,,.!. Th- sia i- as stubborn and heaalache, etc." Sold by Wrm. Ander-
\\ ll ai0t. yi-il| tao treatillent. until I son.
tl i-i Sr'now l. iiiian ntt. \\ which adid the
\.ik in short ,rl-r. My sister, Mrs. Prof. J. N. Overhultz. who is not
S.pithi.1 J. <',.isonll. All-n.sville. Miffin only ;t No. I teacher, as several schools
toiaaty, l';i.. Ihas .1 s.a. ,r aind mlistrusts .f this county can attest, but is also a
that it ii is :i ia..rt. 'l.'.asa, s.,nd her 'a horticulturist, possesses a very fint
.i. hii0ttl ." I S.4 11 aly thlie Anti-M1onop- ie,;it..h orchard at Keuka and is ship-
,.ly I lnlstaiae'. apilng to T. W'. Troxler the finest peach-
e-s that have reached this city this sea-
DEATH DUE TO DISEASE .son.


'The doct**ts who have ex.tinined th"
hol of lles 11atti** o'srlisle the lack-


t,-rtitory. F'i.nk Iusa-<1 to ib- ont if thlt-
S, -. i?!% l l;- \ li w':> f,,Mi0 ,s f,*,! st.i i-
I "l ,-vs'" of ia ,a:ilit. in thi ftllaiiltuti- bllisi-
his, :ol'. think sh,- li-- in at tit at.usial lby
na-ss h,-, .ilataI hais nIt.riy ilt l-tI til
li -I .1 I',- i alt i ihii .
fri-nls a- pl-.isa'l tol know of his pis- ______
i, it y .


l. .;i-0 l. -.i. .1.1, ksoinvil i in the litter
, t .'..-.it.- y y.v :N s,.-r.i- f.. :t to 0. SMOKING IN A
--- POWDER MAGAZINE
W H. MAREAN, M. D. ,s ".uirtilhti ,'"".Ih antre sunal,.nly tutl
Wi tt Hiio r surely thin n-ell,-cting ki-l-
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND 't,-y -lisr .,'.s. .I",iay-s Kiiney SURGEON i. ut- a. slight alisord-r in a fl-. ,.-Liys.
Si.#-. ial atlt-rntioit giv-#-n to the treat- !. ta1 its coitinu-1 us- w ill cur- the mh.6at a
nit-al of 4'hronito l isea ses and Dls- a lostinailte a:is-s. It li:as cuti-d l.itay
e.ises tof Womtn and Children. peop ii f li iiht's ,li a.lts'se a1il lithil-t-s
Ocala, Fla. iho \'are thitught tio le inciiura:lle. If
!ia i hit'. ki -lnta-y 11 lti ltiller ttito lal. -
*Ti.e aver Tylings' Drugstore. Of- ki
I., e taIurs froain a in.. to 12 m.; *:."tlml-ie takim Fol-.\-'. Kihin-y <'iurl
t .-m p. mi. to I. n.. tal..y, .i0forte itis t-o00 l;ite. SoalIl hby
t.esi.hence---No. <1X N. Main St.. known l th. l'PostoatYi.e Druftore.
as te Nash cottage.


COLDS CUR


in 24 Hours

OPAAC
will cure Coughs,Colds,Ca
La Grippe, Neuralgia,Hea
Influenza, Bronchiti s
Throat and Rheumatis
get h, r ith ,il. f]fv c ri-h c,,in
of tht"e )yt m. Th' y acti
On. th'n b, ls :it-ou:
g ;pl}'!. K,, p y,,ur l <,\v.
by 1ak:ng tI'.\.t'. th- ,n
e Sini: -i: a.i:'.i .:: t.'i ;
h ':'. ,*, r,^:. :'. *i.
S.tI : !" \ '- f:.t( t a


f.O-tcn PA.tf in the' ','.a,
f:,,:>> : <'h >T ],,. ic >r1 .ifn;




OPAA


a.., -iti,, S.-' r,,!i< af the Hl;isti;iZ -
l-'a !!i:-i t:-i T"l': i ka-! is \*: hiia py I'
f a ; h itf ht s .1;* ai as na aif tll-

St," "**. i.: its Ia- ;- -- -.:,. : .;h. Ii -
:,y ,',- ti i I l l .- : ,f
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atarrh .. ,a i
;dache, "' ; '
, Sore
om tO. -. I '* t- i \ -

.r..t .' s:: ,,"' A:, ..... .." -. .'


SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
,I in M- I \ -a


il 1n ".:' -a . -: .. .. : :. . I

*, if il' :.' ; :. ,. I:- . ::,



." ; --. ."- "a "- : -- It a
t. .. -a
L.:I


For Dinner!



Well, just phone




THE FAIR


They'll get it there


F. L. WATSON.


JUST RECEIVED



250 Pair Men's Pants

In Light and Dark Shades, ad all
Simmer Weights. We hae any
Size almost any color


FOR


$2.50


They areworth $3.50, but as we
bo"ht them so late we are enabled

to sell at the low price of $2.50

per pair



The Boston Store



SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES
Leadtng Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of


EVERYTHING MODERN
rnmelike alnd Comfortable.
rHotel Directly on the Atlantic Coist.
Surf Bathing and Sea lihin L'nsurpa -sed.


$2.00 PER

GOODALJ


DAY. SPECI.IA. 1 Till-: WEEK
Address HORACE F. STEWART,


-MI
We Are Sff Hstlig.
and supplying builders with the very /
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus- r
tomers are great we have disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our .


FINE CIGARS efforts to meet the desire for a grade -
of lumber of the best quality have been
The Norma Martinez, the C. H. S.. appreciated far beyond our expecta-
the El Solo, and the Fama Naclonal, tons.
four of the best 5c. cigars made in
Tampa. and many others to be found y. G R A C E.
in T. W. Troxler's cigar case.

WORLD'FAIR RATES GOING TO TRAVEL SEVENTY-I
Via L. N. R.. R. CH
Via N. R. R. If you think of going anywhere this
First class excursion rates from
summer, and want to get a trunk that For sal,.
Jacksonville to St. Louis and return, will make the tiip and still be a trunk can r r ta-l
beginning April 25. Tickets sold dally. we t rn bo- ha.1
S.-Return limit December 15. when you get back. get one of those ,t .. ,f
-Return limit an sale at the Ocala Futniture Cirn- i. or lying
$33.90-Return limit 6g) days. pany.
$27.Z50-Return limit 15 days. pa about 41.
Special coach excursions,. 20.95 Here is .a
round trip; return limit ten days from WILL BUY MELONS leap for .
date of sale. Tickets sold only on May ftic--. Osala
16 and 31. Corresponding low rates I will buy your mri-tan-s. Write me _
from other points. what you h:ive. quality an-I size-. 'h'-n-
frogm other points.
The L. and N. Is the best line to St. you can loli and hfr- and giv- I .vest Opposite Cit
Louis. -cash pric-, f. a4. l,..
For schedules, sleeping car reserva- Turner Burke. O-al:i. Fla H.
tions, or further information, write to
J. M. Fleming. Fla. Pass. Agt.. 2,16 W. $M REWARD
P.ay St., Jacksonville, Fla.; C. L. Stor.e., -**t-
G1. P. A., Louisville. Th unl--rsioa--l %ll lai,- at r-..tarI
of ."', for th- rn.-an-s of th- parti-s '.ht
FARM FOR SALE art' tA-:lin ha fia m aisf ti-. '1 '. 0 0O
A splendid farm of 4#awa acres. 230 mil-s w.st of i* ,a, 1,. w ath sffi, T-nt -v i-
a, r'- s f-nced and in cultivation; all dant.- ta a.n i t them. W. l. Vit .
t.i rtrinock. except 4) acres; finest land "
in Florila: lo.ated 6 miles south of TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
tu,.:ai.a. G-ood well. cistern. spring and AT ST. LOUIS
;p-iirl tof 'water. E;oKd resident-e arld am- Tickets at low r;ats nra.v f,n 'ale.,
pi-- farm buil-lings of all kinds. Farm For particuli ars applly to Mr... S P. H ty.
is thoroughly equipped with mo-le.rn S. E. P. A., M. & 0. R R. MntMom-
imi-l,-tn,:t.t. and the following live i cry. Ala.
st,. k: Ten head of horses. 40 head of _____
!h,.i Floriada cattle. lsaai head of hogs.
W r .ns ani. l.uggi-s. etc. For price. L A LEX A XN D E 3
a!.:-ss J. H. J. a:ounts. Ocala, Fla. The
Practical

N *TIx i-i P t'Io' -t,'A .f F'ai- CARPENTER AND UILDE a
.'( La. tI.*;* ... .if tFal.i-l.t1 Careful estimates made on all contract t 41
work. Giv.s more an better work fo:
the money than any other man Ir
N..:.- :- r h-ra-t,. ,-, th.,t S. Mac-" toW .
-.- .. :. .t- h ,:"" i"f t.>x -rtitfi .at I X A S


NOF


FIVE ACRES OF
VOICE LAND FOR SALE

P .rteq o**f a. g gooI land a
in M.moronn ,CIonty. ae"-4rib-
n'- ,.*v. 19, tp 14. r 22
:along the i;a ins-.ville roadl.
or five miles from w'ala.
hann-*-. for it will be sold
ash. Inquiire of the Star
. Fla.


y Hall


HUNTER


-and--
KSMITH
riag a Spedialt-.


Great Easterm
Western Line

be Entire States of

and LOUSIANA
[E [' \.N-A. I'K '.' f-.TtTA.
trect Line to
RTH TEXAS


BA


-FLORMDA.


P. O. Bon 3M7


m. m

.1 7L~t th L ~ A rI.3GRIPPE*
7 -:--- a7 ar!a.tut- n'AlmfolwsLAthi


OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. JUNE 7. 1904.


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WEATHER FORECAST




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DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED




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Pear tooth A-:iqh is mhe et. e I.W ie ell l1..[l.10o4o


W401-- ojut,- o.$oottottoyoo-iuw rc r III paint--
Ing and joot l j.'ag guat'.1totoed. Ttie I'1:oe
I Tto Fin-l
Plept wwook in Ictin0 itt 1433.1 joapr- Itoogs.
hungitog diontettoy Stunot 0-b3~ig. P1-tittt V tme04334" Nto otalt jg.


It4 %V414o 14' 133A10J.o. '%Oo''.. sota 1 '.



Get-ig's %itotlc, lu/.i Soioa. I oest for


hard u atet 1T r.t. Pulstuotf e I Dtug-
atom.


for~ tit*- Itutit.-H.-ii isim-lt~c 11sis1~1.!


HAV IF' lLt $.i: At 1w oo.3t31 ;-r
hutolit.1I u. I.gtl. S I. 4::61oskill. 1'-
Inttostl. F'l:a.


toH)tbj.tto1 .03.- oIz.103o14o00o0.0l to.- Ioo'1~1-'Ii


Nothing .ts -tg. f..t tootmoaoiqoomseurs as
ai;raaa'I Ilooq~il Itoo. 4itzar. SIt' by *-l


J114104o'. W -A 1--- kr -09- I'''i 0.3
1'.tl~oI0.3oosoo 3..'-lo1 .1.0' too .i'-3 to. \~1
i3s tooot.i) '. 30


tf o- je AIl. 0 411'-3o1. %I!,. toot ito-I
too'..'' to. 0 o t 00 i-II t \o




14 U I i~~t~l oo'oulov. ool14313 lO* ''bo tol( ost
filltit t will.-003 1 ,-to-i

I..ven'Iet-r. toor' .t' t3 33 ttlis out (or
304Ul' 1016 ~ t i.641411 S -6411. Noot to130ot ('I%(' 'All
~i4ktI. 1'~*(, o1o't lot I it-ugstorc.

MIvaer aflol Maci. ay ~Iwae just re-
ClejV4" i 31W qjf iI too-' Io.t 0 ltot lajIies'
desks eavtr Pto-t II Flot-ida.
WA000 T II.'-I of01!-I' '-Oh;o-
tAt 01.1% t oo L- I',' iti.0 1,, ii% o t .


.'tolt' too .i~stoo. l o 03,1.." lI,'.:.T.: 00. 00
F oIi~& o-,,0t0.~



M~o. 3 0i


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l.I-t et of E-1,:o ;~. : t 000'
fu!t toset alfi--.. c. .%;., ;-, :> to I. J. C.





V..ol \'.or. .t00.0 t'. 1'."n\ will at.. .3.


h Tcrkeutet0 Itug I b t!StI. et foor itpr:n


Iir 0j10efie to -.1#-:1 T1 1113:011 .lo;I s 11It11 li
tais o3 01030) jolt l in a330 .0to'r that xill





n w It tI 3, I I o5I "'.o- il .- .Is ill I f j3 0


ACUTE RHEUMATISM


I ,* ., t-i, t l I 1 1 i l l- ,I >\ l: l i, i l i I ,' i I "'.L oI -


lil lit,. .'l in 't 1.1 ,! ,lo iil' \ ,.' .
ti 'llt l. . t i!..^. < :;l.
I0 Ili, t 1, to I o, t 1. 1 tii
0,\,' I v il o I, .- .I I .ll 11I i
l;i 11. 1 l t il0 ,o 0 ." - 0 ,* l $1 .
S.t, i bty lth.- An.li -M .' *|.1\ l1 le itsto<> .



SUMMER

STYLES


Haadsome line of piece
gowds in stock for suits,
troosers and overcoats.
We are up-to-date in ma-
terial and workmanship.
All orders skillfully and
promptly cuted, work
tluy guarantteed.

Jerr Burnett,
Merchant Tailor.


TO GIB AWAY


FOR RENT, FURNISHED

.t r,_a't tivo- i1000oft tvoo o,-. '.ithto b-ith.
.001101 j.-t-! 1, h too t o l-tot four theo


SHEET MUSIC FREE

If y"11a Suitto-

.t .. too II... 0 . -it t:oo . tt ttsh
Af0"'. ..I; 1 -k 0is .o0 331

A W I 1 1oNI 11 S0 o, u i 1I ',t-A I04. 4 Oil


"..* i-. o t loti).Jr.. hKos a 10oooo-
ti oro .t : 1 to- 01, o 1:1,0o.ttoo 'otf't 1-. 1'..

to' oo 000 ~.MThiS it t-PoIVA- Si


Stivky fly pap~er' nd floor w.ax. Fresh
stwctk just ri-'eive.J. Tydingq & Co..
tohrone No.. 30.

1'. Ii. :ltooto..f 1( o ft III ,- P4fPx o.I 1''tots


IfflA FTZROFEAaN


Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. R It is a
whiskey "which

time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
age" -mellow-
ness, ripeness,
flavor.
There are several so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can tell it by the taste.


MACHINERY FOR SALE EL TROPICO

A .'1-ooo-h rood 1.:1*-' fo-t n -~rn th. f..r CIGAR FACTORY
1,.,i neo %% -0ii4 .I.. t%% s, 0-.oIt sto-l-t *rill
j -.- 44 f,--.-t tl- it it ai Ai3 .o~oo o ko-' oo f' the
'I a I o tk. f--0LA -0 1- I :1oh '.il- Ih SI X 0

0't1'.?.VoF 'tLA' ti. MILO DEVO
-Highest Grade Sc. Cigar
an'



....j lv ~1o"'0t~. tt~oo iooogo-s .t.1GRAND ROYAL
;j III, ot .to'r HAVANA CIGARS
so.a o th-:. '..'ot' 1. ii., llo--tt04 ~In Five Suzes
ilooto It. I u'oli.wk. '.'.hoo v% :i.q tooit-obato-'
%it h tLim1. hao- -ft t ho- Iot'. This \\;t A
1--eotiz ~tho' ouo-stio,1. .' t.It~o aSCHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor
r tnOcala. Florida.

,01~-1t too to'..fmn that th.)-v '.'.ul.I ac-______
'.. .1- his~ chaoo-ioigt--. tn't toip ooom"flo lotth.
loill tho- Iloot. 4'. M. 1. o. a kt-.iwato-r.
All tho- sa ib-'. th.- oaoot i-s A h#o acet-C-]t~ C IVR&M
ho- % ho I.sin0haniland -nRM
I--rt.o on."!t ho- oro.' 1go.-.ti by shipw'.irog
uptO Iho- Hoim. I'. M.IB's. ito.' lsitintto-lo
otI his I-lottbo il 1flg. at..t 0%%hait Th-y -i.Oa l,31ot
too thrn.th.''oo..ot sw,l 1.1. ..'%%as a iont j y'ft.!O a I I~ 1
Thooo.'os" L% hitho'.r-Itht- slwoak-t s say tho-y p
1300- ho-. th"oo-sot anf- 3) otwistak ring 5 -qwto- P o pt ,M sn n ra d W
- Ift t ho-. 04- 1 pil. If thty oc uld oe hM
ioritoto-l t h.'y '.' o utl- mako it-i-rt'taining y
WagonsBgis, Phaetons, Sui

TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY!,NN EB
HARNESS AND SADDLERYE OF
,~~oor.tjft fll thttIr ar 3 '4lo111- footi.the


la


ing lMachinery


ALL KINDS

ALL KINDS


I o:'o'ask 'op4 33Iptoiysioia tOto mend o r 1'l~a kt'io 0.001 .mot **~I Sol ijo n -1It 00 "~iiho-aoI iA r i
ofuildng Matetials, Every siad and Dtiptioa
I-a o y ml1-1*-c [I -1 .,is na ot-10 1 0001or t oo ~ k. tit- ooh-y m yt~ot o..' mo- t~lt ,113. ,
tottgs '' Xi'to t;. We gi'.e o':it-.tuIatteit- 11it,01w oo .1atoo,'o at' spj c.-I jo't iij."s lakt. I
ti o.53 potomt It-ivery :til a the Iow.'est of tit# 4.1f o f oi' o sti-.ct t41-ofi oil'R N IT U R E O F A LL K M0D S
lot Io''st. Tytitig4 & C~o.. johoa. P NO. 30. '0030t ~is-ot 0 tO 11Ssiligm arte appojlidteol to~O ~ L I J D
.' 0otmidsIsu tnI s. lot uisos ;and.Ilike itojur-
W illii.- tt.'.M t t11 p tfi ot iszht I tt i I 00 io's b-fo or" intlamnintutitooro sets Iin. "'a.
-: 020:'ttth'l; .s tutPhosphate Plants Installed Comzplete

too ;it.I -0I 1i I 'll l'ot hoo So u m mr th o' ool t-.It- a tin tit. 4 h a ml bo H i n s Pi n


OCALA OCCURRENCES

The -t #- t''al. %%;is

Tr.isi~huto -11(. If you Uatot 1:0i01tii.g
dome. 0

Vc. I'. F. .yIte to.334 ft-ti limes for


1 4 .4 id -Is' A III.objo-AI 11 No 1. S~o40411t


uit-' I o ;...I 4.1 Q4111111.111. 4:.1. 1- .61
114.' 414A .10.3Io40A-.

Thesmioti elt-ganat dliiplay of caudy
Is town at Damses.

V'. V. Wirmkit.*r-oflVitsii. to to. 13301.. is
at the* 464-:41a1to '.

Just roeioo. tes jum.-sfoor imt--
&des. C. E. Taiylor.


3 iii-Io'S NI: ,I4. C I3ti

So-e. tho' %%allotrun-oorkat $mitth's. Tho-y
'..otilt-poojo 30V. ttooiut pulino~g oVoot ft ofllthe
'..tL.%ta o'It. (.I-atsa in.tg (of 1OjoaiO5ar1id1troll-

(oc0 t .1 .! 1 ,1tt o ie oof i'lootn-y '.5


Fq I, S 1.1: jo -- lilc








CREAMERY BUTTER
Tho e .; 44.4.U..eo








T .."N 0 I .. '.o ke 'j
o ~ oo .'Ov '1 100. ,01.li 0to


I' ' :o-.. "0 : Tooo~.: o 'o. Tt'r '.o- osIo'


So --- : 1 : '
to :o. . .,0o 11 K'' .oOO I~ 1.01-


'I.1 .0-- -- -
:-. o t
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NI. 1r A0 -- tCI I. ''iaTP


. : l s. :in.l fin.l it the- best ;anti miost

. 1i. l. Sol Iby the Anti-NM1onopolly
I i re.ll l.

SHEAF OATS WANTED
Will pay market price for 10.000:
pounds of oatts in the bundlle.
Palmetto Park Farm.
-- 1 0_^


HERE IS A 00011 IEA
Ioptittt-ri~laltd- 0'-' *-r-i.0is inl 0xtoO.'.10431ioo.
h~as r.t'o'bi fl'011oI10 otoJo'' tsool.'. Ill- ito-I tots
XVIt;l.' y. i yu ft.ooolly Is ;1%%..1%.o foor tho7 1.tko-n .i t--osott'to with :olotloor NI.o:ot'.
'1oItts pt.. -1 tm tlumt blt l'o ing ito u -.f01 0, t)- 0..010 .'
001 inoo0?littO 030 oo11U trit 1''..0 foor
Ito,' S11131,1113'.1'\\ill A" To go. ,141.1if '.oou oot~0 Fresh litoo-m-s t T'r.ioo's.


hto, o otiol t: '.i th.' s.'\\'. !" .i. ;ill vwin-
l,'. l- 'l. .-..i Polini:!,it .i no l I:l.-. tI i ,



', Eit, e For
WATCHES
And
Y REPAIRS
-GO TO-

F. C. B. WEIrHE
The Jeweler,


MESO *0 11,0" ME

1"OSILe JACSSOUYIL&4
#14W GQUJIAWS


. o th 1.i '' '0. MI:4. It..


o W ho-n i oo 1--11.510 t. 'I ho' N1114lo e tyo
5c. cigar. All prirnt ipal dealers

N1l. Jk'- K:.-::, ?.-n0.,. 010 II.-:
';.,, 0;. NI .I! ; -.. it' :..- -1---o-

to- to I hi oa .o.' i


'o0.o.o' 1:` -i '' Nt...... 0. --
-0''.. 1:- I

-. -0 Il I -. A A


THAT TIRED FEELING


'.\-': .. .'1'"0~ IlK'.-:~


THE


CARMICHAEL


&


SON CO.


WHISKIES, BRANDY, ETC
BEER, ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST LA-
QUORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENDIERS
COURTEOUS TREATMENT ASSURED TO ALL.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L DEPOT
A CAREFULLY SELECTED STO CK OF GROCERIES; WITH FREB
DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS
WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATB.
ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN TRAIN.

Separate White and Coloed Bas at
Both the S. A. L. and up town places.
Our Liqors, Wines and Bers ar bogl"t I
Car Load lots direct, and or prices are
Lowest.
We A.LwaI ts3 PIe


The SarIinioel o& Lho., gla0 i,,Hi


PLEASED CUSTOMERS


Tell more good tales about our candy
than %\e oul. dlare to print, even with
m-,o-sty leavened. with pride. If you
w;ant to know the merits of our confec-
! t, nery--purity, deliciousness, sweet-


n..-s. ta:ste as to form and make-you
h.i.\- ;nly to ask tl ,os~ wlo buy. eat
an.l .l-!ight in Lowney's sweetmeatI
-At-


CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S


DAME

The Leader in Iee Cren


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION
Th- originarttr of the
VELVET BRAND
Any color or flavor.


) ct .,l A&J ~ or"trs p Ri o rn il'-mand in any qua&-
i-ai ?:ly de.ired.
S.- -


IXT&Ke QUiM


Ir's 10) Yo u 7.O do if you ane a ViCLiM

o'5 Z Do ItW'e D m rin


- a:


CKAY


POWDER
Absolutewr ure
'7IIS M MSMS71TE


.,nitin l ,il t *il.il0 Sprilng.s. |II.iln :i,.ts. ,m this s. tinte prin.ciple.l. It
is r:i il : is-o|'ttii>' ;tin,] her 10 li appli- I to
such llnjurits c:;iluss then to h al very
r tq- o' ui.kly. It :ils' ;tllA;ys the ailn anol
3 Kseo'iss. Kpo-i> ;i little ,if P;i1n Ballml
7ll i vi our hriil,-: iail, it will siavt y vou till
:;-1 m n-'l nln i n' ot to, i lentioil the in'on i-
Vn0 -o-ot' ooand sufToring whioh such in-
jtli i- n tilit;iil. Foor siale b )y all ,Iruggists.i.

SREMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
DENSMORE, HAMMOND
TYPEWRITERS
-Just Received at-
^I ,OCALA MUSIC COMPANY
TO THE RESCUE
S IoIrin S. Squir., poilst6imts l it E .iast-
L;ik l;iv-.s oilt Jlune U for .Monston.
l.,, liw .,t. T h>- sli..iit .-h,,l i hl 61 .l .i fili ihl -
.las!:.. htis o,io hootj. ioo s.1 n-Il them sum-i
.aii-r. lo iirlu. his ;:hs.-ne-n Jultg t ,
I wit \\ 'yiii- \\ ill Ittlo-t.i, to the nmaill ptouch.
i oi.h 0ll0 -'-.
AN INSURANCE POLICY HAVE YOU A COUGH?
iIll .il.. o von1 13n0,0 o1ss il 0.s- tot -
.. \ 1 lk. t l, l v.o lu ,.aloul .ny 1A il.oI- oil' l:ll 'f t 1's {, tril o uno] Syr-
kin ,I o -.1 II ... hi hit v,,' u ,t l- o t% ill r-li'o- it-. I1tv- y-ou ;1 lvo l? A
,.o. .t. Iwo tf IIf-rl in at tl-dtitiitu :and freo-
Sill-int s tall HALL, RAWLS & WHEELER lurling th.e l;ia will r-move It. Try It
17 ,01" %% tt1v ioing ct'ito, h. fotr s.thm .. for'
Ocala., 'Florida. ,,insu nijti. ls. Jo or .bro ntc itis. .Mt-s. Jw
M i;r;th. ::;' E. First St.. Hutchlson.
Miss ;. Il\ S.li .l Is r :f lIroksv\illt- KLiIts., writes: "I have useI BallIarJ's
;S \i.-1liln ht-o .1iill. M.i s. \\'. .i 1r- IIortnli oind Syrup in my family for five


*fMelowed bv the r!elng|
ours rm.- -AK."ED'S PLACE"



Margland McCrath's Old Stand


FINE WINES OF land NewlyFOR FAMILY US HIGHd
c*^ FINE WINES OF ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH oGRAo


THE





OPERATES

Double DailyTrains
t Ir & st, msatilhair
4 1ssetscala fc.
Electric Lighted Throughout
BEV.ELEN
W~r~iqham Memphis and KaOsa City
TO ^--~~ PC.%,rS -M(
Texas. OkdLmma aind IndiamiTerritorie

Fr MWost and Norliwest.
TUROUGI SLEEPING CAN SERVICE FROM TNE
SOUTHEAST TO UFIPHIS AND
VAhCtit tiT


I'i


If Fim


OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. JUNE 7, 1904.


L. I


I


PAGE THRMu

















PAGE-- FOU OCALA EVEIN STAR, TUSDY JUN 7,- 1904.---


FOR YOU TO BUY

NO. I.-SPLENDID HOME FINE .IB TH. Hl*T TAND *'L,,ID WATER UP
and down stairs; gas fittings., et. c jnl y ,re blr- k uff n,'kla\,uaha.


CALL ON


DITTO FOR PRICE.


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT ANI e:'; for $8 and or.e for $1-' per rt',ith. .1!i 1 tih:- ,-xtra 1.i: ; lts. two bluo ks
off Ocklawaha. A barg;iint ;t $17 ",.
NO. 3.-1000 ACRES OPEN LAND. I' lt Fl-'.MING **It ST*"T'K. MUST 1GO
now; 1 mile from dc-pot in thi- -',lit. y. 1': i. -. $1 Ip r at r..
NO. 4.-BUILDING LOTS FI:to M $:: To $! t'"; NEA.l SQUARE: ANY LO-
cality.
NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS ANDI SM .I.. Hl'.SE IN FIRST W\ARID: TWO
blocks from railroad and oin- bl,- k ,*f Octki:la \ia. Must be sold now.
Price. $5~0.


Special Attention to
Notary Public for


F. W. DITTO


Rent Accounts.
btate at Large of Florida


I)ITTO,


, ALL 011 DITTO

ROOM 12, MERCHANT S' BLOCK. OCALA, FLA.


POPULAR


MACON


ATLANTA


EXCURSION


-TO-

- $3.50


- $5.50


And Return

THURSDAY, IUNE 16, 1904.


SPRING PARK

Grandma Clarke. an Aged and Useful
Ex-Resident. is Dead
sM r. Jak- 1': n l i fI ,::,.'.y I: M r:.
.11*'1 M ?, J. \V.1;-itt .t' et e*Ot
,t S.' :.i;. ih-:- t' e e .: ..*.', V :. '
SV.: ,ill: .' t'f' i st .imi ..-t : .- ,i r l,. i.,..:-
i I t :. I : .', 1 .
It ii.' nt I t h i rnu. h .- i th- t t-

I. l *-.t TI, . 1 : .- .f : I- .i.t

*,:" "t L,-r ught-t in -N."l-. Y,,ik M .'1. .1 t.
.*;. .1 is. th< i i hk- i. o : .-! i \ s. is h '
.Wint. ''.Visitors e Al \\.tD d *i
th e- l, i Kt,'.l < f iit" ir I '.: k 1. ,t -
,.n.- hty. r i tl i k l .-;y i t- .-t i;n
S**. iyti- in- i,-- i., .n:t t,, th. i',. : ,'--
Ii r.!lt of th.- ti,.,.+ .ml.'l U S ;..... ,I.'. s h.
S\\ .is l<>, iiS-. a. l s 1 it .i ,t i-:-.mIi, -
.,i. l \. ,t a g;- ; t h"i- t,, th- hu: h
\\hii- ti :-. She- w.' < ; ; ., 1 \-r'.' t i\
in- .. ht-r ,,f th"- I' i i- .s V'ii, i.- lhi-
lt .t-> -nit S i.oci-et\. h**; Iln.i tl ... f;. ,
,,f l, >-.-i. ,'e ,t fur m'- :' .tt y,-.i.;.<, .t1 ; "*', >. s
,-..,: y !,-|l,\-,l hi y .,'1 it s m .ut ;b.-: .. :';
, f.: t. |,y thr i\ h,,! .. trn urnu it\. \. h,,
il. i m ,urn h"! *I,-ith .111 j-in ith th.-
; t*l-r in **xt*+nlirg h,*.. tf*-It symtt..,thy
t, th- ',.-.v I .;- .

ll;,tk thl. :t,'r U.l Itanl ,f M IS. R *'
iustiiti -. 'Ah .< ,-nt t\w,, \\i!,;-is h,-;
8 ith h .r ', I siii .I <' M1 . S I 1-,I .-S. \lt

,' ,-- t |)!.l ,, in Wn in- h- t.. -r. N If.. it;,1
h,;,," fri hll r s *- .ly :!-,...,!y.

WEIR PARK

Winter Visitors Have All Departed
Th- last \inte.-r visitri h.is -ft i,


fI -I E o: I; r 1 11- e( IIii. 1.. Mo. *fiii- *e -
Special Train via Southern Railway I ln""i"'"'". ..." ,"-" .
t.r an ii sp. rintg \ith e'.lttil ; ui -us l
Ij n.v- Ja -ksonvill- .... . . . . . . . . . .. !11. nti u uth is h li t
Arrive- M; e,-0 ...................... ... ...... ..... .4 i. p. n.
**ff,.,t on th,+"** ,r:in e. t;-.+s. .is \u.-ll ,i.< ." <.
Arriv- Atl.l nt;i ... . ... ...... . ::." :. t. It. .I. 'l -
:I ,l-|.' t -S. Tic-ke-ts g eo. totl o rt -.t nt 4 -1n ,i \o i,. ti ,i' t11i 111 u1 .t .1hli iti illlinig train t,.ri.
though thii .inaill i t,\v-.s .,t>. f,,t .shl w. ..-..
leaving .ia,;< t'n, 2 1. :. .. : ll !i .A ntit. t1 \' t- .. Su. y .1Junt 1:e. -I ,.
intg ;tn r t.il it o in ,a' \ th.i t- l !, l.i .K oo I
Furthe-r infotife tti.eit fe t ill n i- I;".'- .1p i:l.* .t it .r I'.Isf.-1ii4'.i p11 yl'--, 1 DIN
West Itay stlK -tl. T.-l.-phoet 7l4:. ,
unll--ss i.:ts f lls s o re I tlrI .- \ ill l, .1 l
J. C. LUSK, District Passenger Agent, .st,,t t ,-l
Sn ig t. anl a ln 1 'a k h.tvi ;i lii l ,- Itli -
Jacksonvile, Fla. "'-t fer a he-'Ivy r, I ,f ittot,,l. 'a hi. h
Ske-*ep' t1,\\te izim i ight .aloin lmet\\ th-
.st.,n lihg th, ntl' i\tor t. l ** inllitl,.n
lt .' ) ym iiil t ie".l.- ;lir tili.ll ttki'' l ik,-
'... l tly11 h;a I .1 lis11h fry .1t1 ,i l l.,tilh i
A tla n ty.i.lc C oast L in e r tt i Is. Y alkemti' o.thu.. Pi a
M .ls J,-ssi,. iDyk,-s. Uuaru
Ae

,\ ,-, 5,. i,:!y\ e;ig ht t ,e ,t,' .e -t it .h inI
i -i.sh0iKi ,t t ih t-,.w s.'- ti,,lit i -,,jsI,. .jo s Gt


First class excursion rates to St. Louis -- G
i A FRIGHTENED HORSE
al -


a oA A44ammo


S4l55.5p D illinrg the' oc(cupantsi. li a htiirlI,.
$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15 tI"I id 'its alfe -' l-"
:t r lal'.s. It ISA ,*hoovl .s ,'V rybdll y t, 1 1tv-
$38 final return limit, sixty dalys I e.,. .,, ly, :,, .,the',. .n ,,,i
-a". g wl 1 a:ts IHi't klen''s A ica. Salv-.
$20.55, final return limit, 1 5 days ,lun,,. ,.,,s, .. ,,......
S;atppcar ruinkly uKil,-.r its sipnthing tf-'

Special ten day roach excursions at very "; ' "


4- A


low rates
w &s The handsomest line o' Juffets chl-
Thr.m:gh s5I.-.-.TS f!.iom J.. ko 'ltivill,. t St. I..luis via MN.- 11 t o. m -ry : an l .t clos.'t. *lii g r.oom -hairs ailt la-
I ui-ville It It : i "lixi. t,. bles. rocking chairs. rt-ception chairs.
i',,r ful ih.-i iif, ..tl.itt ,,ll +. .i' J. 11 ',. -, .\i.-t. <. a. l. a st.-s.. that thia s Ip rtio-n of 'he state has
tv\'tr seen just received by Melver &
S. tKay.


J. R. MARTIN & CO.


GENERAL


LIVERYMEN


Fine Carriages, Bugges and Traps
Drnmmers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.


FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES


"S


$500 REWARD


Backed up by over a third of a centul
of remarkable and uniform cures a record
such aa no other remedy for the diseases
and wcak-ne-bes peculiar to women ever
attained. the propnetors and makers of
Dr Pierce a Fa% orte Prescription now feel
fully warranted in offenng to pay $po in
legal money of the United States, for any
case uf Leucrrhea. Female Weakness,
Prolapsu. or Fa:'.ng of Womb which they
cannot cure. A!ll they ask is a fair and
reazuiable trial f their means of cure.
They have the must remarkable record
of cures made by this word famed remedy
ever placed to the credit of any prepara-
tion especially designed for the cure of
woman't peculiar ailments.
A beautiful Georgia ladv Vice-President of
the Ea-t End Palmetto Cub uf Savannah. and
prominent sociailv there, relates the following
expenenie *- uu certainly have produced the
finest medicine for suffenng women that is to
be had tu the country. I want to recommend
it eapecia:ly to ni-thert' I was seventeen years
old when my darling boy wa born. Pelt very
exhausted and weak for a long time. and
seemed I could not get my strength back. My
siter in-law t ought me a bottle of Dr Pierce's
Favorite Presc-ipticn after I had tried several
of the 'h'r remedies which are so much ad-
vert:sed. and found no reef ). I had little faith
in the medicine at the time and was so weak
and sick that I felt discouraged. but within a
week after I had commenced taking your Pre-
scripti,)n I we- like a different woman. New
fe and vita:itv seemed to come with each suc-
cee,!;ng <'da unt:: In a few weeks, I was In fine
bea:th ant a happy hearty woman My boy
is now two years olf. and thanks to your splen-
did me-lcine. I am enjoying perfect health. If
at anI time I feel tioret or in need of a tonic, a
few d(ses f your Favorite Prescription' re-
cuperate* me at once My address is No. sa
Jones Street ast. Savannah Ga
Mrs SesuI WILLIUA.
SToI. R. V. Perce Buffalo N Y"
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med-
ical Discovery There is nothing "just
as good for diseases of the stomach, blood
anti 'ung
Thet Common Sense Medical Adviser,
1to, large pages in paper covers, is sent
free ,n receipt of l2 one-cent stamps to
S avexpense of mailing only. Address
br" R V Pierce. Buffalo N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a ladies'
laxative. No other medicine equals them
for gentleness and thoroughness.


AZY LIVER,
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at-. u. I i~ta t!,ii ,vd ac'.st Gei.-t ,a.:ti
ii, a*.1 n!.-a1la.'ti.N. v- 'e* e-ie c- takting
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S .1111- L, i A.Jre-riue101, N iu t.2, Fa, ive tri. MA


best For
The Bowels

In UWA3


meant. Palathabl Potent Tartr Gnnd. Dolnmd,
rS,'tn. VW,..n or, GrI ]i- ..,. Wc N r
'i i: k. 'I. w T 'eniriII tl,;eIt -.ian.iuped C t C.
'nte-ld to r .re ,r io r nr ? !ack..
ter:ing Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 6oi
UAL SALE, TEN MILUON BOXES


oorgia Southern

& Florida Ry
wwanee River Route."

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FEEL IMPENDING DOOM


Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.


J. R. MARTIN & CO.







LOW RATES

TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.




IUCKI I S will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday during months of June, July. Au-
gust and September from points in the Southeast,
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
dAeL.


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Air Line Railway


SPECIAL RATES


$45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RE- Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
TURN 25; limited to lecember 15. returning.
$38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURNTickets on sale daily, beginning April
23; limited returning 60 days frorc
date of sale.
$2420-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE. Tickets on saie July 16 and 17: limit-
TURN. edl returning to July 25. Extension
obtainable.
Tickets on sale June 10 to 15. Inclus-
$15.10 TO NASHVILLE and Return: ive. limited returning to June 1S. Ex-
tension obtainable.


FRESH MET-S ASND CAME
We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
Caretul attention to orders and quick delivery made.
'ITY MARKET W. L. JONES. Proprietor


Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company


TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 1904


DEPARTURES FROM OCALA


TRAIN NO. 78, 1:15 P. M.


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Merchaj


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WE WI
Colonist ticket'
NIA. OREGO
TON. IDAHO.
GREAT NORTH


CH]


S During Marcoi
rs-te taxes y
LOLIS. KANS
ORADO and
CITY.


TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M.


TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M.


TRAIN NO. 46, 10:10 A. M.

TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M.


For Rochelle. Palatka, Jacksonville and
all points east. Also for Mltcon. At-
lanta. Nashville. Chicago, via Dixie
Flyer route.
For Ieesburg, Croom. Trilby. Brooks-
ville. Tarpon Springs. Clearwater.
Belleair, St. Petersburg. Lakeland,
Tampa. and interme.Jiate points.
For Juliette,. (ulf Jun,-tion. Homosas-
sa and intermedliate points.
IrFr Jultette. High Sprlngs. Live Oak.
Dupo.t., Wayc-ross and all points east
anl w est..
For Juliette. e;ulf Junction. Homosamsa
and intermeollate points.


Trains No. 39 and 72 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
P. & O. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on
Sundtays. Tuesd.lays and Thursdays at 11:15 p. m.
For full. complete and reliable Information r'-garding rates, through car
nrr;mnte-mrenit, sleeper reservations, etc., call on any Atlantic Coast Line
agent, or address.
T. C. WHITE. Division Passenger Agent.
H. M. EF.MERSi)N, Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAI;., General Pass. Agent
Wilmington. North Carolina.


Summer at


WVA NTEI': A g*e..l e>lee"re.,l ||1l 4or
\A 1oll.n ti.ll it le- 4 le.-;In .e in n. iai t feor
kit. ie'n % .,rk gKei-.i 'a itt.-. *'.11A at
tn,- t th.e- l-lridia Hlu.se,.
A. '. '1>le-r. i.geni-.el iln sp-.-t.br eif the
Afro-.itIl.-r .nIn H -f'i,-.lt .A'5. s, i.itinll. is
in th- ity iin th- int,-r.-st *of him .'. tie-
ty. \\'W* u. Ill l\'- : full :s;Ic-unt in lo-

Th.- fr-llo\m ini ito-.l ,livine-s vw-r"- in
th.- it.y .e-st-r-ly. It.-\. e;. VW. *'.oviig-
t,,n. p.eistor .eM. K hurt h. h rltian. l):
R -v. ;. \ IV ll itin i'. :.. l,---_slrg
*lisiti ,. l'r. f t. "lr SIninklin. \Vail.lt-l.
itwil Rev'. lrinic:'ter #of J.iAck..-nville-.
I"-'. I-ritien. the hustling grTc-..r. has
-nil;rgitd his bu.sine!- aindl s rea-ly to
supply the- publi,- in chei* grom-e-rle-s.
ve-g-tathtll-., tc',l dIrink.s. c',onfec-tieoen-ry,
pt-. I're- ,lo-liv-ry \a stu. Your or-
,tI-r.s r liitei.l. Iron building. South
AMain street.
*L (;reen. the lightning shaver. Call
and try his shave and hair cut and yon
will ;dal;tays -iomeo. Shave. 10-.: hair
rut. 2..'.; hnrinw razor. 5c .; conrave
r;izor. 7.l. All twork first 'lasm. No
long -elays: t%(o chairs. N.xt door t
.Alberstin- Smith. on West Broalway.


*R-hi ii *.1 Smnith ;.m'eel itnj. te-nno-tt
st.iai I ri-ely teop'I##;i !I kind" '4 os hew.$-.no
h.a i r --. .!. r-. I - j Kr i r .i T m m t t h.i th#-lt

-rtits. I i- ts t~i. k.-1i haelf reed.-. 10t
T Q-. A: I .%-.- k w.i !; sn T.- I-l 4;ic- U."



A STRONG HEART


.; i' 1:~t*h-' I'-trt. This-' vjsi-%
... .-f.b-,Kth. il;-tt #Fte a f the.


-- -sIhe. ~m~.h, t~ak-4 Ithim- -t ra in



i.*. zh rin, N-I!i4..tvc- oeracnx
or--- r.a:-~reer ,e







C311 OfDOOk


Hot Springs


For those w\h,, g., to Hot Springs. Ark.tnnsas. for the
t.-!,-tit eif h-a:!h. the- sutnme-r 1i rie-liy thhe l-st
Un-1 i Her fortu,.iat l-wation. high up in t he f-,t-
hills rf the- z.trk rnm, untain. in urt .e i i., .nl ,I .!--
inghtful Ilinm.tt,. anid Ihys.. i ans .iet urr :. ini the
'lin:*niitn t h th u.trs.- are- n m.-rr- ben-r tii i.t ,lu:in
th*4 lnlni-r .r.-s. en.


One Fare Plus $2.00


For the runil trip thr
WRITE 'o)R BOOKLFTS
GEO H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT.
-r. I'.s.. .\lt i-st. P.<. Agt..
Litte,- P... k. Ark.. Atlhinta. Ga.


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BlyerBs SEABOARD
Nt Taso, AIR LINE RAILWAY, 0
of the finest assort-
. for ho:i!ay suits FOR
.1o th..' (aa public. *Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern PlIm._i
inr n ar doner pau n Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

-' to y:oir liking Philadelphia. New York.
n.ont*y !n town. In
No ,:. North 'Main TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
rth of Ocala House.
..-.:. Seaboard Express, U

LL SELL Seaboard Mail. U
ts to CALIFOR* rflODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. U
)N. WASHING.
UTAH and the
rHWEST O ONLY LINE OPERATING

Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson-
E A P ville to New Orleans.

and Aoril. Our O Fot hll information an- 8!-pr Reservationu. ell on o ay Agent
AS tIr COL-gh ST. Seaboard, or write.

SALT LAKE A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent,
SALT LAKE Jacksonville. Fla.
8- .* C. BOYLST rN. JR.. Passeg er Agist. Jackbonvlle Foa.


mmmmmmmmmlv


THEULE D PIfFS



Wi. .J. a.A. Ks~s. gW

I'-nnt fi-rge't &iirtkous ntal. No. '7. city
m.ir kt.

iUi.-4 901-heli.i 3LAthjs ed% Tampa is in
the city.
W:tnte1--A well digger. J..Starr
Ate: nterger.
*2eeKOO :. :1 4hinxies cheap. J. Starr
Sternbericer.

Fro.'h ni irketinr. dry goods. etc..-it

Sevezr-Anew cottaier. for rent. J.
tarr Sternberger.
P L. LLunnon was in the clty vester-
-I.,y %.viitinw his brothers.
F-or S.il eCheap.-- 20.tW No. :shin-
gler. J. Starr Sternberger.
*Fine roe sha'id every other dyo at
Tompkins' stall. No. 10. city market.
We hee' .all whw, ra m inie'bteol too the
Sta~r "ill itt ,nc e-umtr up and ettle.
Tht 'o1.1 Fiell-o%- expe tot bcIlebr:ate
thi- Fourth 4)f July onin itgran. 1 stle in
t),.I Li.

Entertitininerit tomorrow night at
Zi.ti NI. V. -hu? h iin the i.)ie-rest edo the
t? uato-te--,efunid
"Call at the 'Mark House for cow
fortable lodging and board at reaol
ble rates. West Broadway.
0 I e ero-am of all flavors every ltay
at Ternipkins and Rroeks Ice cream
caCrnlen. Go) n-i onjo)y yourself.
Pe.*-%.ein. D). Jophnreoben. hoo was re-
j'orte't 1.:.! Situyr-Ly, i4 div C. but very
i at hi" h.-re it Sh;aly *;reo-ve.
*K"-j) in ltnmory that the Mack
Moesuse furni-h.-ie neal-s it the follming
hourst-. frooni -tito front 12 to 1. and I
Kg) S.
F#Pe RFJINT Thre- ?-ralim h uses;
'%,io3-resc,,o hesi-ww: q. en*- -risemen house;
*q1' .. eneni heeuee. J. StarrS4#rnlwr-

tj'i t.' I~ent. iiivtote-r e~f .ei~oplie':mnts
*i f, tI lt.e-' t-;'.. h" re-4' -- x. i iti .. it i4 ei I hin
inio rninSem .'ral -of thesto were -stran-

j ohvlactl e--the- p. i. e Jf the' SMt.
Zio-ii X %L E, *hm, h Thizrie--y. ii.-ar
the-- jIpi.* k-ln l-L~iol brijiciyopur

*i-'tesh wa~te-r Icream andl trout. aLt
watt-ir trout. rhe'-"phead andmchab". and
..1-ure--d mullet indl fresh uyteors at
J:tkt- Thominas. market.


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OCALA EVENING STAR,


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