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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 8, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID03010
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCAlA


EVENING


STAR


Volwme 9, Number 309 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 8, 1904 F ty Cets a m-r, $5 a TI


w


7B11 AND FIE THE SUBMARINE SUNK SEE OUR SPECIAL LINE OF THE TURPENTINE TRAIR
And Remained Under Water for Twelve Splendid Southern Railway Special in
Seded Wheat BicCt, Hours-The Holland Boat is Which Naval Stores Men Will
c; 2 fr 2c. Evidently a Success I nim q ri tlirilrn .,Ride to St. Loui.


Tr'ace Its Oc pg.
Pe Guava Jelly from IS
to25c per ar.
Ormar, Lime and Grape-
fru Marmalade.
Plari and Stffied Olives.
Grape Nts, 15; 2 for 25c.
Meoa ngoe 25c a far.
Ancbovy & Bloater Paste
AT THE

TMIEAPOT GROEIRY

STENOGRAPHER
AND
TYPEWRITER
MISS B. N. SINCLAIR
Private offi<- iin c',rommer. ial ini ik
Tour work ill the al'ove lines silicitedi
S tacd and ;:aauravy guaranteed.

FISh Ao OYSTERS
I have frch Mltatt ni l-ish andl
M' llct alwa\.s on hand:
Cedar Kev ad Cr\'tal Ri\ve

RECEIVED FRESH DAILY
Opened and delivered UljeIn eliiquest
Sl:1: ME. I CAN
Fii.I. \1'tUR \VUWNTS
W. M. TUCKER,
Ct Market.

I. I. WILLIAMS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
O fl- t is hs l i-t, ito'' t o ti tll< j.I'l.t I
If It ullll II tl.I I iollS :1-i g l \tId \ tork
F couuIt. n ht l I I1..1 ;.;'.l'l tLi:lak., *.*-
init t ;a. *i r .mI ti. r fl*' 1 I" : il'' 'l
I sue. J. I. AVilli.ilils.
No U'. S. 4*.2til St.. 4. >I:1. I1l.

BREAD, CAKFS
and--
FANCY GROCERIES
---- -i --
For the linic ( t Ibreal. atkc.
and FaI.t\- (oiivocct-ri int llt ci'!\
LM IMtlA R TK 111:

FRENCH BAKERY
HI.AS' Tll IM

MACARUONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

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


sOX 091


OCALA, FLA


W.W.Carman& Co.
Ytii u I lin .1 \, i 1 -l, it; I sto 'k tol
g1rotri-.- at
CARMAN & CO'S..
n Not rh M:I S .c S tioith ot cit nmar
Wet.
Sl'* tiec's -
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
CHICKENS AND EGGS
Rt.enil'nbr h,' in:l, a.tln rvst a sur
et *e al:, trlt..' >>; r:cht.
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LA GRIPPE
PnteUnteatlI lIeOeW La ri ppe
mbu r tollewe tle see ea

FOLEY'S Honey
aid Tar


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LOCAL LEGISLATION
Mr. Rheinauer Submits the Board of
Trade Plan to the City Council


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A COSTLY MISTAKE


I AUIIILLI


IIYLIIIIIU


iMttrt.opolis. June '..


LU MBER


ROUGH o DRESSED


See or Phone


Details for handling the naval stores

LnvILLu UnI UII u _
sl4eo'ial train to St. Louis and return
via th- Southern Railway. thereby en- S H. -EY M7 OVR
.abling the turpentine men. their fam-
ili,-s and friends to see_ the Wlorl.ds Fair PHONE NO. 25. - - 0
.ant the national demot-ratic convention i
at the s ane time. are practically tcom-
i .etord. J. A. Holloman. seeretar. ER
W the Turpe-ntine c .wrators' AAss4kxiaktian.n
W. J. CHmIBERS SHOE COMPA reivd the following tter eteraBROTHERS
From J. 4'. Lusk. dlistrict passenger
S agent. Southern Railway:i AT TE IT Ai ET
i "'Jack.konvile. Fla.. June 6. 19,4.
KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE ROUND TRIP RATES acksonville. Fla.. June 6. 104rs.
iM ov"^^emrnt Naval stores Operator?.
ot ws. o pl Sp-,,, o t'su ert Leading W wholesale & Retail Butcheis
Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific Mr. J A. Hollantn..scretary. Jack.tcn-
Railroads Th.- A'. i. *:it st Line. the* *uicke.l I
R l a .> >..d14,11;a .01A i.. utai es villa. lo" l.: Dear Sir- I am just in re-
SP L ;r I T. t-I" .rs l i i i ii uli r.tr- t en WESTERN A D CHOICE fHLI II A E TS
'i :. -l, l,,,, iti Wa.. ,. sh- --.lH. nt- ar
I. T l -t ton. I. 4'.. dvisll ingl that rr:n r nt
'lii-t , ,t I. iiIit-, $ :'7. Tik 11ts .nw 0 is (n lht *rr:m CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IIN IAIO
",-: l4 i'tM '. '. :,ii ;I 1 i.Al L.oI.'l ,- h;tl t e-n ot' lnilIletedt with the Pullm an
1. a .. aii .1 :i'tt+,! 1.-... 4, l l -i -' 1 : n- ,i omn.iny la. pti provide itine- if the h:antl- FREE DELIVERY T Ll O n
it-.'." ;:ist. ,i ;11 lii -.t :i;l >t-tlr train -
Ti. kll -, ,'.'Va li- ,, tt h. I. in .South. leaves train est club ant library ars an tt vit'P
i ts F.'it 1 t l. 7 .. i ,ll !'!isv.. .S h e for the naval stores special train to t
I .0 k .a\ ; ila 9 :t. rn.u :tnhives \\ ashiung- T
A 'ti.- ,'st 1 S.. .'tt-nl.-- :*II. I. lIstiv" ,,, \ ill, :. i.the W world's Fair at St. Lt ouis. June 30. 1
,Yi: 1.7.i. 1 1.. f, llh,\ > in n i, rniini N ".t .
Th- ta' sit-st- :ii i..st lins t, ii I .\l.iiii t' in-t Et s .Ie 1r. Ta.ylor further advise that thlso T eialr av Binks tt
.\ a -i!.s. K iz.as ity ,.: i ,p. ni.: ar s Wa train of Pullman andl club cars will be
hi,.:H.h t th l," '.. il, st a .: .,-f the highest class and unqluestion.thly ANCH OF
.\1'k ,, ,..i,-atl .1. V, Il l ll. the very t et special train that has COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLS
1, : . l t > i. tunity tio visit the th N be t 4
a 1.. .* i.i....l .\-i.r! 1:: ': .,. !ii. .t t' v t ver Ieft Jacksonville for a movement l T
S . . itl at niinal ost. Tick- f y kin. Yours very truly
,.,. T ".ns .... g. 0"..-1 1 ....," :;. *r "y ,'. .ours ,v truly ,,." p CAPITAL - 50.000.00
\T. ur' ..., lf I i t t Il uicki St :;ind lesj t liPa Agt.
i App.li':cations for reservations have
iath t ains ,.ar W*O 'ahn.in ,rawing en uring in from turpntin ,. INTIEREST PAID ON TIN E DISP
THROWN FROM A WAGON 1111 slP->uri;ng in from turpentine men.s
.THROWN F M A W N u l., .I' st Inian Lim- nait only in Florida, but in South Cer- 0 DOGES A GENERAL BANKINGg UWNE Ep O 00 1
M.. :.. ...k n i It, I..l .0,j! iu'i Illls.n tin:e.at -lilingi car gia. anid as the limit will be one hun- RECEiVED. LOANS MADL EXCHANEA SOUWT
S N i,.. 1 ........ i,. s.iV.. aai, h ... W 'shit~ trn. dred.tl it will be necessary for thoe f AND SOLD
HI- i..! ..,! .i l li \. 1i. l..,l. Iy liv. :, ss. A .. S.av: w:lanting to go on this train, who have
rgt. a isa1 t d1 '.ne sa. t ii a ,pply tol either Seare-
... k w i, ...1. ta .%allhl iin lor J. I'. Lusk. district
Iw '. ... .. *,', N lha i* i:. ,a i. II M. l.ii. .sa. T ,r:itf, M ..iNt:.i',r. 'Wil- J; i'ss iger ag nalt. *Stu the rn Ralh lw-. y.
1 11 -ffI.I .t pss. WilminK- lT This sl'c'ial train ill :als t':arry the .e.-gant M illine
.. .- i: I lg. i n. *legatin front loridrla to the national
,.i:0., ., .l : ; ,. ,. *l.-.i -ratic convention. S.ta un.-.t--s. r, .sh i t i T:.i.lar's. lillman, a ilrominent n:val stores man.. .
being ine of the delegates.
-Several business men. not directly Has the Fint, loat Elea -- Lm .1 N
ir'ngagedl in the naval stores business. H % Fil l Xid E fi IL m o I


JUST RECEIVED --


2


50 Pair Men's Pan

In Light and Dark Shfdes, and all
Summer Weights. We have any
Size and almost any color


FOR


ts


$2,50


They are worth $3.50, b
bought them so late we ar
to sell at the low price o
per pair


The Boston


Special Sale

of Sewing


>ut as we
e enabled


but friends aof the operators, have ask-
ed Iermni.sion to join this party, and in
Oarter to at'ccommodl:t these gentlemen
the Turpentine Operators' Association
has set aside twenty reservations.
a-spci;ially for friends of operators who
wish to make the trip with them. There
Swill be a number of ladies in the party.
;is many of the naval stores men will
take their wives.
SAll preparation in St. Iulms for the
,comnfortable a:ccomm|odation of the par-
ty have been completed, reservations
h;rving been madn e :at one of the best
ifire-lproaof hotels in that city.
TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
i Wonderful things are ,lone for the
Shtiiaini bodIly by surgery. Organs are
taken out and tc'rapel and polished and


Her styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be found
there the most exqusite production of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONS
An PFwWve and BeatWH L. of DIM Hatli Ablwas
t Sakt.
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles


RESTAURANT<


OC
0


Fist CIass Meals


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES


f $2.50 put b.ack. or they may be removed en-
4 $2 50 tirely bones are spliced: pipes take Des Ho So p
the place of diseased sections of veins:
antiseptic dressings are applied to DtMinf Room opon VfMrt al Uat. IPM I3
wounds, bu ns. bruises and like injur-, attentio givn to ,7bl u Lc .i--1
s- s before inflamrmation sets in. which t laS c"V t t-. A & tL
S I f 6 h:l se themn to heal without raturatlon'
and in one-third the time requtre.l by short d O tC. .
the old treatment. (hamberlain's Pain
talm acts on this same principle. It Da b W alter CCo-eets 'W 1tll
is an antiseptic and when applied. to
u.h hinjuri-s causes them to heal very Si l Coos, Attfract WatL s a Chfte Vhm
quickly. It also allays the pain andl Sgjl pm to JRguma D-srd
i iormes. Ke an bttll save youf Pain Balmm
Machines :,,i, ntt mentionth i-THE 0ARMICHAEL & 1SON


We have a large number of sewing machines that have b-en used-some
out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re*
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
and tried. if desired.
We wili sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12,
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and W;I.
son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5.
SPECIAL ATTE ..'ION TO MAIL ORDERS

Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at

"SMITH'S"


Ocala


Furniture


Co.


J. R. MARTIN & CO.


AM~MMMM am


m MU MMMaainnmin


v-it-ilnre a;ind suffering which such in-
juriie -int.til. Fur sale by all dIruggists.

ANOTHER STATE FOR HEARST
Th- Idlaho dempt.rati. conv-ntion
has ins tru. t1 I.- ts d elg.ltS-.' t4 thi- n.i-
tiin.tl Ianv.-ioha to vot- foar H.iarsl.

HAVE YOU A COUGH?
A ,,'os- ,,f llillarslf Hor-hounid Syr-
tip ill r'li Vw it. Have you a 1 o1" A
.lao of Ht-: bitn- at bedtim :tanIl fr--
I'1'lit in:Iall lrose. ,f Horhoaun.l Syrup
hiringng th,- d.ay will rmniove it. Try it
t..r iho,;.ing r ugh.h. for asthm.a. for
.* ,nmi.mptio:.. for bronchitis. Mrs. Jo.
M,;ra;th, 3".'7 E. First St.. Hutchl-in.
K..ns.. :ite.-. ."I have used Ballaral's
Hr.r-h'aun1. Syrlup In mi family for flye
-.trs. :and] find it the best and moet
l.i'.ttil- rn-.ii i I -ver use.L." 2'o .
S.. $I. Sl! by th- Anti-Monia;-ly'
U. C. V. REUNtON
U. C. V. REUNION


At McGrath'i Stand


A. E. BURNETT
THE JEWELER

RINE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVBI

JEWELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Mehnts Bl
OCALA VLOE


$T15.10 to Nashvill. Tenn.. and Return nRnouIR
GENERAL LIVERYMEN ." ia c Coast Line SESIE INN AND COTTAGES
..,.:. .. th .-.T- ,..e,,-- L- ang Hotl mad Plea n Resdt a tdL Ela C-m of
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps h.R-u,.n N,, shv : Fl,.
Drmmers, Carryalls, Sddle Horses, etc. ,, .: -:1 ri A:zan aa .I lD-E:
** uIAI t' t. Ir: . .t *- ,,r EVERYTHING MODERN
rol l tsP AeIIlI l P PAI oq Il lm a II_ % .,- _,., %- ..... 1. ;,A i .-~. .. .t in rmd.., C.k.


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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 8, 1904
-


AGAIN THIS WEEK,


CALL YOUR Al IliNTION TO OUR


BARGAIN


mCr


WE GORDON TO THE GOOD

By Sixty-Five Votes-Broward Swept
the County
S in- ia ih.- v.t of MI4,an .ou11-
T __ ? A .,I - .r Q -


1 AnDLE


Upon which you will find a large
supply of rmureits at


REDUCED


PRICES


H. B. MASTERS,


"The House that Treats You Right"

OCAL- PLA.


EVENING STAR

C. L. BITTINGER i CO.

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Business Manager

TO MARION COUNTY TEACHERS

Prof. J. H. rinsol. has .i'w .tiag.- I
condul t a normal scho.dl ;at I.oIig--,
Springsi this utunmrl. k.ltlllatnir-i iai i
June 13. ;rnd running tlvWlv\- \\.,.ks. In
order tol ec-n-ouIag,- lthe ;tt,- tl.ii' e ,
the teachers (of M11atiii eu,,iity ..*aIl *-s-
lpeea-illy those int fe-limrig ;ihl,- to alttl 1
such s hooils ;s li the l-*-luii.ik i.,ra.lll
Slate college ;it Tali;lhass<-.. l lairdl,
andil other higher ilnstiutiois,. thI.- Ibo,,.i
of public" iistruttilon h;is ;ag.r -l I
make an a;rllcI ri.tin,, fr th i i.eIang.
Sp rings rieoran.l a l ,iallo, all .1.aiii i
county teach,-r.s tit ;tte-,il flr..- of tti-
tion. I huopl this \\ill **in oiuragi mii.ir
of our teachers t, attlnil.
Profess<,r I rinsoi., is ,oni of lth-" l-..i
teache-rs ian th*e st ait.* .ani i, i'.i l.-
Springs is a IUIost dl-lightfiul |.i,'c i,
sew-ild the sut n*,ri Exc'-.lle-nil I i,
as; Iw se"curt-e :;I $1 ].r ln>!>th.
WV. Is. <'at n. S ti|l..

ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS

Foley's Honey :*I'i T.ir li:i.s mnila-y ,.aSti-s .idul.''edl haepoll-ss. Ms. AdII, lu-ii:
TIl W est Thir.l St.. Ii .til,,.>rl. Im .,
% t it'e S: "A s ell ta t .i t .
twmielve ye;atss ;ige, %%Is lnol.-tl luau
it tin'illy gix e1 int, ;isthmtia. Th.- tI-.s
nflical skill a;e ilaetl|. -c lcl lieet gix\,
el-m mo.e tilhn tmtlllci :ly r-li,.f. I'F-
le-y's Hton-vy a;nl T.ar \\.is r ,iom-, iiilt..
;tanl ofne ."*Oc. bbottil eitir.ely Ui,-U i n11
of ; .silnil hIlhich ih:1l a *e n i >Lte 'in !iz ,,i
n ..- (or w iel'e yt-. :t. ;ti if" I h:i.I t ak-i
it at the start I. i\,ull h:(\,- I.-.- s:iv,.,
years of suffe'.ri." S l.l 1,y thel P.est
office l )Dugstore.

ATLANTIC COAST LINE
WORLD'S FAIR RATE
First l'ass exc-urslc,n latts furoi i ci.tl.
tio St. Icuis .;ld t tturll:
4l ,.;.. tin.al i.-tuln limit. I .w. 1..
$3%. tintal return lim it. sixty iay ..
$30;.55. final return limit. tifte.n d:iyvs
Special tein laiy e et'h ,vx< 11:3* n1ns :i
veIy- loi sm riles.
Thrtouh li sl-c iis frlmn J.acks.lnvill.
to< St. Iuis a \ i. <110aiilt9,n, y & l.oui.s
ville R. R. an.l "Ilixi.- I'lye:" riut*c.
For further Inforln.ilima. -.e Nisz
Jessie .1.tiughs. agentn. '*i.il.t II.,u-e'.

SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
Is c'ourting *1, ath IIe!ilmt su i..ty li;
not lmor, surely than l'an-. ti.it kiel
ney disorlrits. -e'<,.c y s' Ki !t:-.y <';' :.. :i
cure .1 slight *'s-*: in a. :t\.
and its. o tl::t i. ii?., i! ei:, : !i..
o, .tltl .ilate .Is It .i c' .- I "
people of Btli h:''s .l:sesc. .:i, :. ,i. l. t*
w'ho were tholuazhl teo l', ii. u;:.,iecl.* I
yinu h;t\e ki.,ir y ,0:" 1.]; I t ,-,.' :..
<-omin.if >,< l.ikine Fl-, y"s Ki l',- "' ;:.
todyl. l'fW,>: e r:< ,.. f.. s.l' I
the lt'cs;. >*,-'e 1: i!:s.."

TWO ROUTES TO CHOOSE FRONT'

The Ati.tnr'i ,- '
t.t l'e,: It .' "rt ". :" 1 "
IUnitl- I C :.f. :. .t V . N
v :'.I.'. T i , .1 ;. ." \ .. ..

Via Montgomery and L. and N. R. R
l.c .t\ .l.t, k !.-.!. -. .', . "

1 ,.1V t." \ 1
Via D^ ;!Se RouteT
N estr 1i, 17 1 V p
Via Diie Fyiver Route
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At.tIt 7 ... *a. -. N \


an-I AtI.r t a. I.s. \.a- *
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The handsomest line o* Juffets chi-
n. *'l,,s-lts. iliniing room 'hairs and ta-
bles. rocking chairs. reception chairs,
rs that this portion of *he state has
I ev-r seen just received by Mclver &
..*a(Kay.


R. D. FULLER,

DENTIST*
Office Over Munroe & Chambllss
Bank. Ocala. Florida.


1. E.CHACE,


DENTAL SURGEON
O(fiee Upstairs Commercial Bank
Building, Ocala, Florida.
TERMS CASH


W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
'-letial attention given to the treat-
,nent of Chronic IDiseases and Dis-
eases of Wnomen and Children.
Ocala, Fla.
officee ever T3dlings' Drugstore. Of-
tiv'e hours from 8 a. m.. to 12 m.;
frnim 2 p. m. to 5 Ip. n..
:* sldence--No. 60 N. Main St.. Known
as the Nnmh rottaie.


Opposite City Hall


P. O. Box 374


H. R. HUNTER



-and--

LOCKSMITH

Repairing a Specialty.


THE






OPERATES

Double Daily Trains
'CarrlmI Pullman SIeper. (t'fe
('ar (a la earte) d ( hair
tars (seat Ifrer).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETWEEN
Birmigh, Memphis and Kaas City
ANO TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Okloma and India Teritories
AND T-E
Far West and Norhwest.

THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE FROM TNE
SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AID
KANSAS CITY.

ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Excursitl tickets from Atlanta. (a.. and
sirminrham. Ala., to poluts i
wethlest on *Ile flrst a.I Ithird
Turtdays of each month.
D-scC:re .:;-.ta''3. tickets arra-ced
x-'d :.-.- -"h resera:.c:.s rrmae Lpcn a ...-
ca:.: to-
F. E. CLARK. TRav. Pass'a Act..
ATLANTA. Ga.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTA, GA.










Tt 91 i jl.i|0. STATION
CA:7m I


MuCNtCO~t~1

K JAC,,'aiu,


QIlruch Siraprs -ia Dir,:ig Cars
B ITWEEN
4;t I nrli-z mild tla)rl


I iit .. --tl-r-I Iy;.s .!: 11 r.t s 0 i I.i a i.s
ikr,..ai. .C.-,:; lx .ai. !h- r--uttirh ;stl- ill.
ith Iat a-ast.tioillt .,t ur.i, .. a-t Iumh.i ht is-

For Senator
S toe.kton. ., 1. Ta.iliaft-rit "7,6. St,*k-
t n'. i tii jotity, ;.".,
Governor
lrt,6.. .l;. f,0,. [ 1%-i.s, 444. lite)w -
a .'ls in.ijority. 146.
Secretary of State
I'.lomen-. 74: t'rt1forl. 3.13. Cr.iw-
forl's ni.tjority. I1.
Sheriff
s ;.t!l,.u x.y. ~.2w ;.;,l-,ieh. '."2 lireicl,,'e
in.ij,,!itV. "'4.
l-'ll,\i iitn is the- \-,te- by rlrecinict.s:
Ocala
-n. Sitt-r -iSto. ektoe,. 22ae: Tali.afc-r,,.

Si;<,v-rt:nr---l-lr,, '.t,- 2"-';: lavt i.s. 2t7.
S*-ere ,-t:trVy f Stat---ltrnei-e. 113:
,; t< f i:', !. :1.
Sh-riff-- ;.,ll,,\\:ly. ;*;0,: ;i,,rlon. 13<.
Martin
'* St l kt,<.i, 7: T;iinif,-sto. 9.
i lt ..ei\ r t I )\ is. %.
a;G :lillc y. 10, l; ;eor ,lollt. tt.
Summerfield
;.all\\ ay. "1. lotieion. 9.
Mclntosh
t;,llo 1\:4y. 1.,; ;,ort iton. 74.
Anthony


Stoc.-kton. .4. Taliafe-rr. 4.
Iroward- .'.6: I'avis. 2'1.
liroeollp, 34; 'Icrawlord,. "3.
a;Itllow\ay. 4I; ciolc,fon. 3i1.
Kendrick
Stoktoin. 7. T.latft-ris. 7.
l~lro\\;:ird. [; l iviS. .,.
I'.tl oi ine. 11. 'rtaw ford. 3.
S;..llo,\\ ay. :. ;ordon.11i ,.
Citra
Stockton. :21; T";,li;itfrro. :39.
Ilron \\m ;i. 1. 1P I. lI .ivis. 4:1.
Ilic.. ttin- .. 1 ; I' rl: I \\fo1re 3. ,.
<.;illi\iay. 2 "4: cir',ltli. 3S.
Dunnellon
i;:llo\\ay. 1: {,or 1oni 177.
Belleview
Sto, kt,,lo -'": "Tl liaferro, 10.
14 14 ,1% 1t4 ; l i. 211 19.1
Blri : i-I. 12. 1 i:aV1S. 11.
1t.roilli'.- 1', : i'r:l\i ,t 'r 11.
S;.llom\\.ay. 21. I ;4w etodl 1i. '9.
Grahamville
;:allow.iay. :I 7; Levon
Stoktlon. 1; 'iTaliar.itro. 17.
lrow.arel. -2 .; 1:avis. Ill.
o.noiit 12. 'ra iw lford. 11.
;.allowahl v. 2;6. <;ertdton. 4.
Candler
a;.illo :ie y, 1 4. 1 ; 'oriloi 3.
Sparr
Stckiton. 1; iaftrr, 7.
r,17.i 17.1 I ie is, .
i ;:Illt '\\,y. 3-; T;i r flore 22.
Fort McCoy
Sto*'ktoll, -23. T."r tiif.l 36.


Il'.i\ aN :i' 3:";


I:itis. 17.


i;.illo, \\. "1 ; CiordoI :3i1.
Orange Springs
Stoe klni. C.. T i.i ice0 :,32.
iii'.r u aif'l 2'. I :laras. : :e;.
Ii t iec -. le ,; let cxx C l. 1.
S;;illoiiay. 2." ; eloidol1, 3.
Blitchton
Sic, kton. 21: "F.eli:tif rro. 3,.
I o e,\\e i c1. 21. : I l:tvis. :3.
It oi et-.* 13:. e 'lau. loi- 37
a llo.ai >e : 5 ; o .idon. a 4 .
Martel
I stockltIn. 2:. T" il.tfe*-I 1 19.
i I a:rO\ at -I. 2-'. I .at is. %.
I ::1f:it I -. I 't aXi oi I ".
I .;:il'>\. .i\ 1. 1 C ;it -lcA-1. 17.
Fairfield and Flemington
St., kt n, 1 1;. T ; .,li. fi-! ro. 3 ;.

I rei o a.,t-. .1a I' i \ 1. 7;.
i aee 'i. e.. 7 . ; .'-c*i<' 7 .
Reddick

Cotton Plant
S' -., k- i'. ,* '- l. t :'c
S i: .c .i!. 2 1, .: 1:,.

ie; *,!, 'a . -'" ;. : i!-,, 1<'
Romeo
S ;, ; ., ; .: i, 'Til 1
Shady

Lake Wecr

Linadale
', k .' I4 T .: .: .' : ..

:',. .'., : 4 e. i-, 4


Moss Bluff
.- \* :. . -


: y :

Stanton
S',- k" :" L. "..:.
I?. -,. o : c
S-.-


The Latest

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-(dab uu 1411


CAPITAL, -


R.S. Hall,

George MacKa

President:


HERBERT A. FORD,


- $5,()00.


R. L. Anderson,


Gcorg Ford,


Edward Hlr A, .

Harert A. Fod.


Cashier


F. L. WATSO.


tc-n-ry is to th- goel. iDunnit-lln gavCt TAMPA CITY ELECTION
hinm 114 votes to, .7 fc,: Smith.
T\o repo--rts are in ftoin the 'anil .ir. Saljmonllsn .iwas t-le-tefd mayor
Izz:.rd pire- ine t: ion that world d n 4 '- !- o\ver 'ric.-kt-er.
, -iv-,d ;'I v.otr.s iand i;.illo\w;ty 4. aiA :in- i
,hth-r., ltiiniin to Il- ;i ,lidispa.th via; SHEET MUSIC FREE
Duni.--iion. that 4;.ordon hali r-cc'-ivecd
3.. v.,te-s :land i;allow.ay i t-r.i d -2. If you have a .piano and are a sub-
i.s-ribcr to the* i'vala Star. we will mail:
IN THE STATE i you frre a pili-ce of Instrumental sheet
Snusic. All \\w ask is %tour n:mine and
The result c,.nnot ibr- c-i tainly known ps)stffTier- address plainly written. F..
l..f-ori- nighl. possibly nst the-n. A. WVilso.tli aaId I4 ... M usihc l al-is., >il
Thi.- Taml' plI Triibunti- cl.tisill thi.at T:al- 'ity, Pa.
i;aft-ric h.as 1.'." iijiii I.je r.ity ill ti- Lstlate.
At Ilth tilt of iiiakili the- iclaitn it a .as
inmpossil!e- fior th-" T'riiun.- to know.
liil..rffe-it retains p.oiint tio the follow- -
iag r-stillts:
Main.1 *te ,uitv u \n-tIt f or Taliaferro
Sa iiail tajo rity. anri an T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's
S ll,'andy. Fresh Shipments Received
vis ;ao,0t vet. Weekly.
l ot-Stol \\o-nt folr I-ro w:arnl.
I al ttilads in Plk. DELAWARE FOR GRAY
1lt Tiih.aij,,rity.
i ,e.it ." lov-r, ll-l.. Junie- -The- .Irle ll ratic
K-- \V*- t -avtI a -gool dmajietoity for
" i. ; i ,,I fr -. .statt < liV-ltioin y.-. Iallat--i e aii a smia .l o i for o Iavis. I
unalnillnously instructel its ele-legat-. to'
T h. 4 o011% *iv ill I lat la
te ,a tlily t l,:31h i t si l 'It,' Iqp1P ota Ivolte for Judge I array for president.
tl,,.I.y up to : ,:n this a;ft lrnoollli w, re 1
fr""" li l "",,'I. .N. 4'. Stkuln ti, lia. AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
I;,-oi. 4;. M :llhe\- S: "Illll,.tiltlets Vt-Vry
lio s : cha.ice't s illn ainy f.v r."- rh- ,i the.r
If vyou Iwanlt to Kget upl early and feel
,lisli.t h \\x.s tI, I.ay It. liull,..k ftl',cn
p. a t. .Lkso ill--. tnalci faln good all day t:ak- ;a Little Early Riser
\V. T. HIry ili...In ksinvill,.. miainia ,r for
or itwo at abed time. These famous lit-
aIc A. "- ha- i 1 cl \ir- tl. -'ills relax the nerves, give quiet
.intl." .'. 1 lh. T iali:if.i i, ilirl Itavis p:r-
arest :Inld refri-hing sleep. \ith a gen-
lisih.s ,',,ull :, In l.t l,* r;itli'ns I'ror |
I tlaite lmoveionit o)f the bowels :about
llh, in. Ih,. inlilh.tlio, s sh,,\\ lh.* .ho.. -
lbr-eakflast time. 'W. H1. Howell. iHous-
ir-s .,f l! V,,l,, \\iltll hi olliohing to .I- I-
S .ton. Tex.. s:a.v "Early Risers are the;
T- Tai -b-. thest pills malde for c ,onstiation. sRick
'I'h,. 'Tiilt0.-s-l i ii h,-i.al s its c-lr.tioich !
Sheal;dache. etc." Soldl by VWm. Ander-
tr.I b111. s"la s ith- in.li. :ltit lns Iarfe that -
'itlief..ro .anli 'l.Tk :et,. noininatel: i WATERMELONS FOR SALE
Ihl' fornaer-.r for s5-nailtor ;tni th, Ilatter
for I lil t'ss, vr-r ;irfts. bv sat"- illa-
H 1ave- tu aceYs of menilns of the Eadlen
jriti,-s. "rh- "lulnilt.ill, I ivil >.ionlt .st i .s. ,, .
aiti-Sl <;lossier varietit-s-a field in qual-
so close thti it is impossible, f-oli thii.
itty nolt suripassed in the county. Will
r-ltullr :tl hi:atal,. toI s. y I" s ili\'vl w\\hat
;sell in the field or f. o. b. Call on Dr.
Il re-sult ill. P. Wilson, over Pittman and Son's
furniture store. Ocala. Fla.
THAT TIRED FEELING
A STRONG HEART
If ye li 'ar>- latigui al. ,l.'Ipiss>,I. and in-
-:tpalle- lfoir r k. it in liclt-s that y ur, I lcy --rfec't ,ligestion. Inlli-
li\-ir is .,ut rif ,or.l-r. H.-rlhinll.- .ill: as- t-"Stis"I' n S *ell t" .is5t itui.- toh thrro off he:tlahe-s. it ip .against the heart. This causes
l.-i .,i i :ii .-t akin t e- short llr. s oq f br+-;ath. Iallpitation of the
\oltsti,-ss .td i.-sto -ll' the nl egis ando he-rt l. alI ge-neral w eakness. Kodol
viltility cf so,,utia :ltnd l-rf-. t health. J i I S-'s ilsi i *i''ure cur-'e inligRestion. re-
J. lttubbil:li T.ipll-. T.xas. wilt liv..'s the st rn:l.h. takes the strain,
MIa:tri.h 2. 1 -: "I hlav.- us,-.I H -rin e off thc* heart latil rI'-strc it to a fui'l
fori tli lt- iast t%% .t.,rs. It has d,. nin- tl I-If rinatc.- ,,f its fune, tion naturally.
i,1 r1es. a.l th;t all th.- doels-tiors. 'lWen K K",I1" inareast*s the- strn-lgth by enab-1
I fe-el l:d and thave- that tirn-, fee-lhiu. ling the sto m:(ach anl eligestive organsi
I t.ak. a dlosS f l-rhiln-. It is the to difest. :assiilate and appropriate
b.-st ln-,liciia'. -eve.r ritI- flr hills aniil to the bhlo od ani li. ues all of the foo 1
a ttl.. Sol y the A n- utrinit-nt. Tones the stoniach and di-
f\r-M." ,i,.. :i e o n Sll. old by the An-byAnr-
ts-11tiooI liiu0sto-e ;Ktive org:nR. .s,,lh by % Ander-


PLEASED CUSTOMERS


Tell more good tales about our candy
than we would dare to print, even with
modesty leavened with pride. If you
want to know the merits of our confec-
tlonery-purity. deliciousness. sweet-
ness. taste as to form and make-you
have only to ask tnose who buy. eat
and delight In Lowney's sweetmeats
-At-

CHAL E. TAYLORWS


'i AD A M E


The Leader in Ice Cream

WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION

- " T h.. w r ii .itr f t#of
. -: VELVET BRAND
.. n .,,r ,or f.vlaiv r.
i '" r i far< till, I >, --" l ,n I.., ii. in ai quan-



We Are Stil Hstling.


and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the de- anllIs of our cus-
tomers are gieat we I -tIe dis.applinlt-
ed no one and are glad to stoa:te th.lat our
efforts tso meet the desire for a gr :ide
of lumber of lthe lst quality hliav- been
appreciated far Iwyonde uur exprecta-
tlons.

C. I. GRAC E.


\.. o0


-i


AN EXCEPTION


"A prophet is not without honor, save in

his own country" is a proverb that doesao

always ap For instance about 1000

people n this country do busine s with


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS


so ta.


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For Dinner!




Well, just phone




THE FAIR


They'll get it there






TEXASPAIMFCIC




The Great Eastern

and Western Line


Across the Entire States of


IEXAa ond LOUISIANA

' N" I T- -"i N-.E %%'e -% Ef ti"E'T:ioN -

Direct Line to

NORTH TEX4S
NtW MtXICO,
ARIZON^-
and
CALIFORNIA


leo1 I 9ri I


FARM FOR SALE F 1 Vr y IV D j
SA stlendlid farm of 410 acres. 230NO. l.--SPLENDIIp H lI-. FINE- I.ATrI. H, T ANI, C-UI.l, WATIR UP
acres f.-n'-,l Iand in cultivation: lall anO d dow.n stairs. g.as tittirgs.. ,t-. Iitly ,, !I., k ,,ff Y eIklaxah:a.
harlinllnit k. exce-pt 4 l acres: finest land
tin Flieida: lccatedI 6 miles south of FOR DDI/*
o,,,la. CGoIhJi i11. cistern, string and u LL ( O D ITTO FOR PRICE.
p1-ondl of water. ;toodi residence and am-
I-l- fartn buildings iof all'kin.s. Farm NO. 2.-F-INE INVEST1MENT .\N1S *-;0 -t ItMeK-:. INel i rl'SI-: Ir NTS
iz thoroughly t quiipped wiith min ,e-rn foi $' an-Id ior for $1" Ip"r l ion' i. .iti 1 'h'! -xe tra l.aigK- lts.- tIwo blu'-ka
Sill -l. -till ,tO ;tnd the followi, ri live off klawaha. A ,:ir.ain lS 7,'.
st,,,k T.-n h.ad oif hoiwss. 4# he :al Nof; ,. A' .-' N I.ANI '. 1 F.' S \I1:MIN;. : 'I.. Sgno ,,i I i l fr orn i .-I t in t hi .::' .v. ': -. I ; *1 i -.
i h!,"i,' 'lordia cattle, P]lo h-adl of hgs. I
.eec. llN'c r l4. :4. 1II.IING; LOTS 'Fl .M -: F T c, l .e.. N :.\N .- i .1-:E. ANY I)
. \\.I etois anId huggi -s, d-t-. I-F r :price. ';lity.
a;: i,.-ss J. If. J. 4oIunts, O)(ala. Fla. -. T oTS .NI 1 AIe.I. lIce ;. IN I- 1.: '1 W. -'i i TW(
t lI.- -- 1 c1r.I %! .cii 1 il;:."l 1i an t I t- ". ki:: 0 .' .M -t te- -e I1 now.
SUED BY HIS DOCTOR 'ri, $50.
A.\ .I.tl\, t.e h .,s su-I i- fr Special Attention to Rent Accounts.
12- ," .i,, .xl, I ti-- .i.as .-..',~ ito ntAccounts.
f., c ,,. aicrbu s.y< W-hit... of Notary Public for state at Large of Florida.
i, .** h 11. <,al. A t tt.- t i l he ,ir Sis-
; I ;a '., s- ki.1 a;...l m-W .Iai.e-I I T
,k-i hb n : :t ... ,.- >'h ,-,-ri., ,'s IA I .LL ITT O r 1""
S, ..; I'h t.-r.i :!. i li.irr!h,.r P. rllt-. yT
h- i-i. s I hil ...!. t re-.s(n to -- ROOM 12. MERCHANTS' BLOCK. OCALA. FLA.

.- h th .t it :.t. N- 1- ter
;. .!.1..c- d -t.t.ii t- .- t.SM IH th r& C O M
..... c" .... T. W SMITH & COMPANY


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Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business ie
the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Sq are.
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 a@
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware. Tinware. Agateware. etc. Sash. DOse
and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Ralnge*--neee
better: Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Lw-
est Prices Will Prevail.
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Famili-risee U
With the Wants of the People. Vour EBusins Solicted


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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 8. 1104 M


4'. F. Ta) Iloi has fIl,-1 lin-1s ftlif-li4m"
ad"-.

P,('44I'41-im .4a.4 te-.1 at N.1.Sot
Iifrt rtite-

7'ha- c lty i~illiio fl41 .41, ill
gmg-slsman toslay.

Thtw 4 wata Heus.- had! t %.%i4)y-tV... I -
rl-vali q -,t..r.Iay.


The most elegant display ol
tI town at Dame's. .

Just recIived, fresh lime,. f<
ades. C. E. Taylor.

Perl tooth wash Is the best
It. l'otoftie' 1rugstore.

Work dlst- by SterntlleKrger ii
lag and pal*p-ing guaranteed.

Best work in painting and
'ngirig done by Sterniierger.

'tn In doubt. smoke the MI
Sc. e.car. All prilnelilm dealer

l '. Sl.'iugtlit-r ';i .-v'. Ill, f.1' 1n
to,.l4 t, -i 1.! Il lh- *-i til1 io u

'e lJ 'li:llt- I ,:i i tii rK : lt4l |i
I*-* J. Stl;fl St- It-1 -gr.-r, 11hil1


DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
1:. 1414 4j14I.1VVA- Is 1ii0AI441
I.' 441 tha is '44',1."i .Ioit l 4 1 the *r.oy
;ia'chi* ? IS v 44111' *.j V.43t44 .~l I ri- *j.4fre

.1iljttal of Illt. he U' Plu s i lt4 4f th F-:E.-
t44'hian "ube. Wh-n this tnt.- is in -
!!.tln~l 3.4.1 a r-milo4irlg s'.utl ior
jim4j4-If.-.t lhea l .111. 1 V%01e11 it is .-ti -
'14.-tv q4js...! '1.'.ufi1.-s s .s the r.-s'it. ;ir.


I cadyt
ano *.f'll'lit;o. h-.i41inria %ill leto- ~ '',
I f4eOf -o 4.4'r 4Ut 4f t-1i .1:ir
ur lime-
.ra st l1e- .. 1, L 'it I tI h. ihit !. i I T441ti~~

We owl'
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414 54' ang
A 11RP.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY


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jac4kwoi~i1 ll.' :0-1v isitiflg N1.l of. M.I4 ljl ..43'4 t, A i e l. h
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-I %%47. 4 t144It f it:-- .r 1.1.14 44! -
Gerigs 3itcIh HIavRel .1;4;a. best for
bard %% water. Try it. 154stofflce Drug- i: g ; II i l 1.4 4 1441..'4. :lsl lb. 141..':
lult-l t&.i j. i.it Ii. liiI' 11! .41 11* 44th.:l
More.
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H.'', I"4I SALE At 7-. .'o 1s~ -r [oil 11 ..0II&t I' 441441i i4g IlII '44.1II the
huisir- l %.i eight. S. If. 4Piaimkill. Mc- l
11046-k, FLA


If I.3 o 44 $S ': AI 4


gi:i It: 1-6.4-t % % .1 it 11 lo. 4 .o- .1 1. 1 if --
BList it igla I

Ndotthling :1-4 gK4ol for 4'4,1itat4o15e-Urt :as
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TO GIVE AWAY

T -.ty-ti- .l--i .ile buil iing ,t. to
o* e. '.-l i .> .ty. .,', I I . N- !ti tiou .
I.h..n- No. .. it.y.


POTATO DRAWERS


lifty ..-!i'^ tt.,[u -.ih 1.


FOR RENT, FURNISHED

A n.-at 1;iv r,.mn housk., with bath.
Sottil;.l-i*-;v f.;: tiPh-., to, r-nt for the
sullitiet !. A;,ply at this office.

CREAMERY BUTTER

The Cirmi.-hael an'l Son Co. keep
~ n.st;i:tly ,n hair;!. ret-eivil:g a fresh
su :.ly .-\,.:y t\,o *lays. d-li ious. pure
4 i t. 'I .i ( '*.ti:i'i:'V iuttf''. 2.'! cents per
,un 1. kelIt un ice. P'houe No. 37.

MACHINERY FOR SALE

A :- r h ro. -. 1",, f-k-t in 1 -ngth. f,,r
h,,! ;i.i: x\\ -li .sis,,. t\% ,, .,,lii st,-pi dIrill
' .. ',- 44 f--l i,, o.. ;t li.irg .tin .1l. i l-'ink. f,,ir i ;!-i itl.i.-: x ith six
;1- li.i f <. .lif- .M ,inl,-,t. \\" .'s!s ,,-. Hla.!

SHEAF OATS WANTED
\\'ill lp iy in ii ke-t pi i.- for 10,.00
iilIn,"- "l i,.t i h S I l i jt bullllrll -
I'.ilrlitto P.lrk Farm.

.I llIil, lilie ; ,solih
S,.i <1" 4 '""" l. .n is q, f '-nlpty lotitli s.
.Ih. II! .1.1u 1bu llt .1 !:1111 ii ', r. ;n1 tti or-.
,,,-,.l .1 1.m 1irl t ir t l Ir, lspoi' rtl th* loo t-
tI fr l'< t t! 't 1 t k, th jutg house..


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Ill. cIIIh l,.It l I :1N .1 Rip)-
11, call Ill- had at the 4 Walit N" s k V:L~lc~


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We have just received a large ship-
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all
sizes and grades: also all kinds of Sta-
tioners' supplies. Call and get prices.
Ocala News Company.


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HERE IS A GOOD IDEA



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L For
WATCHES
And
REPAIRS
-GO TO-


R. C. B. WEIHE
The jeweler,



SUMMER

STYLES


Handsome line of piece
gods in stock for suits,
trousers and overcoats.
We are tuo-to-datt in ma-


TO THE RESCUE
I !i- h el- | l < .i*i l '-i l:'I tI -III .tl >1 -
I.,, I.l. 'Th1 st.-ti,,h.: *l ,1ho 1ll .t .- fo l It-.

\\ -i1 .:. t,,t -.4l :|IiI1 ollt < .il the
I I. t 1 lilt.


AN INSURANCE POLICY


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HALL, BAWLS & WHEELER
Ocatla, Florida.


SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE

l .ir ;'. ". aI, s 4of a-s gfilll land as
1.,ti I ." ,ilt in M. 1:i011 coMunty, describ-
1. W\li' ; ., l\\ t. s c 19, tl, 1 ,. r 2
,'. 44 I lin .4il,,inL tlthe ;;ainT .sville r1l ,4.
:0>il ut 41' or tiv' miles fr lm l 4cal;a.
lii.:0. is :a :iili,. f.,1 it \vill be sold
. -.ip .lislS. Inq tuire of the Star
*tl'it,', *_! il~i, Fla.

GOING TO TRAVEL

If yoi 1thi:,k ut' m xil:.i : f-r\\here this
suimini '.i:nil \\1,int to h, t :i trunlllk hth
S ill ii ik the ,11 lt i, .1iil, still le I i trunk

-mi s k.h. ;it tilt ,' ( ;il;t l. nulliture t'olin-
,.tliIy.

WILL BUY MELONS

I % 1 buy your :iii, I. \\"'iit In .
wh l S,,11 .l; l.,..i I II! f thl.l .Ilil l vl\"" Io, \\ St
1 .is. .1 4... f. .. I.i.
Tl.:: E k 1 '. I.WARD li l..

$25 REWARD


! : .... ; r : 4 .1''4:. \V I' \Vil -:. 1

TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS

1 .. t.. 4.: 1.1 .. M :1 4 '. H y
ORE A EA.BRE.EE

FOR RENT AT SEABREEZE


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A FRIGHTENED HORSE

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OCALA

Telt'ilhoia.
doeI.


DENSMORE, HAMMOND
TYPEWRITERS


-Just Received at-
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY

MN i Is .. ,'',n.ithy.. Mrs. ;. I Ml,-
is'miii .r!i.! Miss Alie-- lHillhwk. who h.iave
I ',-hi 1Iillyil. .' il,-r % >,--ks ;it W\ hile
S lpillig ., r -t ll'li-, y1 s fl'.:,y.

S-- thle wall trunks at Smith's. They
will openly without pulling out from the
\.1ll. i;l':at saving olf space ;nd trou-
tile. t Icala Iurniture Cutoiipany.

Mis. .1. II. I'ittni:in and *l. ughtl r.
I I oil Ihyv. It .f I il :il.:s:iti isit to M r.
;1iiI .l is. J. A. Pittm .al i. -Itlturifl tol
tht-ii hiotiii ii J.acksonivillt- y'esterolty.

F ill SA.LK Av'limnatid Je-rsey milch
Ims.. \\ithl youitK c:tilves.; a1lsli nitedl
liiiln l .l of l11ur114 pigs. If yoiu wanit
f.iti y st$iilT of lhte hiightest bir-at .ing you
Sian get. it from HI. \.hitio411th.
S i ,;. l ;i 1 "F ; .

'ThI II.ptis.l sc i.i. h alt' ;it the ho s-
Iiit ll t," oil 01i M ix. W illimin H pcker
y, rslt itt y :fl -n 4inoo ;I>s \vll itt-il l-
'.1. 1iot\\ ithst.utu li .iig l t I 4 shli, rs. \Wl thi
mitusil .,iil. .s. i.Al tcolinlliI li lg th- hloulil
'lii. kly $i,,-,.

Ice cream at Troxler's. The season
h:ts 1no\w -1io-ned. andl the best that pure
lTgrIt.li-ntQ caln make it. can be had at
Troxler's.

.iu .l-'- \VW S. I; ll!- ;tid t hil.lrni 4

1t t l.k- \ .-ir y st-r'ly tio
,ij,'y .3 f'-\\ ,l.i.vs otl f i.f hing.


it isitlin Di It. lV. '.1ni, .iirl1 1t. 1iia ily
.it \Vhit'. Spi ili.gs.

The Place
To Find
Rugs.
PI'rtty Frame Mouldings.
Hani Initi, ks.
Is at J. A. I'ittman and Son's.

M .1 ssI <. I '.Il.l \ ll oif 1.n ll-ri .i .1l
ll I], *; .11 I ,is 0: o, S ttl.,ll,0h ,.tlir*- up
tli's si t, ti ,,,Tl 1: .-t ,' ,li 1 1,l t. r"! ll!ll.


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hd :s.-.~: I
1.1.-i-T~I t t s SS i!%l!- I IN




n "''ll..

th" : .ILL 4. 1i''T
FIGHT IL aLhBE BIthtERl


a: 7."11


SOLD


OiL~UKke.r4~s WEATHER FORECAST

116. if you manit pain~tinag t441lt : 14.,1 Thu? S-1 1%i3. -h. T hu!


SOLD THE BUSINESS

M rs L u ;- F 1:. E t..r .,!.ir y <..ll
h,-, i4.1-ti t us:;n-ss t. .M r,. M iinn:.-
i,**,'*Ti k of [unnif } *r,. r s, ho ',ill In<- i
1. 4 ,t.is ".'\ '1o .tit. Ue the I ut- t in ss :-t
l ... I,.:- St tir t.. M rs. 1-.stick h.t-,
h-,1 -\- i .>-.;tr.' ,-x ,-terin. in th,
r(iiiali.-': .ai 'irzess Hn ikiiig tiusin.-ss
ti s i skill.-l it, both lin-s. Sh,- w il
Ii,.v\ h-r lunn,-ttlli,, st k to tal.t .in-l
.11.! :t t., th- sto,,.k h-I-. Mts. 1.sti k
1. tl i.l.! .. Sll.-- liI -st,,,. k oif fall 4I11.1
Siliter nilliri-'y ;tas th- s#-,is,: .1ap,-
p! 4..ih-s. :&!. Iu ill ke-;,' the- st.,, k up to
th- usu.il s 1i, -:li- l st;i L;..i!- .. Sh- \ il
ti v,-> xl.-.*: !-ti ,,-.1< l iillin_ s+. t!iinni-!s
.anf ,! ,-ss- !..,k-: s at ;ill tim eS. :11..J A s -
li. its .It h.ie ,of the i .ttrjon.tle of the
p.utlic"

Sticky fly paper and floor wax. Fresh
sto k just received. Tydings & Co,
phone No. 30.

J .1. M.llovI the- sa.,\mill man an-l ,t
su. '-ssful f.irtlir ,1ra trucke-r at An-
th,,.:.y. \tis in th,- city this morning. tHe
s.ii l the :iii %ill 1-tlo miuh g.oo.. thoiigh
iilt f'r te,-l-,iis :inl c'i ita ,lout i sU \. hih
\\,1e t,-oo farr gOt-.

Please ask your physician to send or
leave your prescriptions and orders for
drugs \w'lh us. We give car-ful atten-
tion. proiilpt delivery and the lowest of
pii.-s. Tydings & 'o.. pho.:(e No. 30.

3Whilie -. i4t the o\d.11 .1 'listCuss the i
I.l' o '( ,l 4.41 I.i.llo,\\. .f1111 l .l1rll, ttl"
I,441.l ilit4 ill I'!,Ilt ,f .\LUhI'.e .i llI I'h. 14 -
Ipli4 s hi itk. H t:iiy Iullll- k V.:t. taikeni
\ ith .1 tit .:11,1 fll t4o the gIrou'tld. HI -
w\\;.s picikeild ul, y M:trsh;l 'lovehlanl.
Mr. I.olhe-r .iand Dr. Slaughter. who
\\w.-!- rl-'tLry. andI r.-lit.\vel the youth so
h.- 'oul-l I.e sent hone.

REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,


LUCIE


F.


OUT!


BOSTICK,


B.


EATON


-0o--


GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes


-_)-


CHAS. PEYSER, Proprietor
Ocala. Florida.


MCIVER & MACKAY


Ocala, Florrida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Cariage


HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

Building Materials, Every Kind and Description


FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS


Phosphate Plants Instailed Complete


THE


"M.|ur. U ne :. If ..'e.it'
n. I im.' :HAK.



Maryland



Club


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,
/*'


&


SON CO.


"ED'S PLACE"


McCrath's Old Stand


Rebutwilt and Newly Fmrnised
FINE WINES OF ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USL. HIGH IRA
WHISKIES. BRANDY, ETC
BEER, ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE THE PURET LU-
QUORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENIKOE
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; WITr FR
DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STAT.I
ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN TRAIN.

Separate White and Colored Bas at
Both the S. A. L. and up town plans.
a% T ?-- mm"- %- Am s


MRS.


MRS.


I have sold my Millinery Business to


of Dunnellon, an experienced Milliner



who will conduct the business in the


same up-to-date manner as heretofore.



I thank my friends and the public for



their liberal patronage, and ask a con-



tinuance of the same to Mrs. Bostick.


Respectfully,


EL "ROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


- 44-


.A:lkt-r* of the


-0-


MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar


CARMICHAEL


'TnllC


I


mm


IVIINNIE










WEDNESDAY. JUNE 8 1904


PAGE FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR.


J. M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR.




Ocala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
tag plant in this section, and as a result, are
ivmung out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.


WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


POPULAR


EXCURSION


- TO-


MACON


ATLANTA


- $3.50


- $5.50


And Return


THURSDAY, TUNE 16, 1904.


Special Train via Southern Railway


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A Tr t I .l ., . . .


S~~~1 i.


A~t i'a* At ;. III? . . . . .. .. fa.

leaving 3ia- 1:. 17. 1. a.Ill.. 11n1 I 'sr l-ii. 1 771!4i.~.! a i. t.
Fws- t h[.-! .''-.;..i. 4


J. C. LUSK, District Passenger Agent,

Jacksonville, Fla.


Atlantic


Coast


Line


WORLD'S FAIR BATES


First class excursion rates to St. Louis

and Return:

$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$20.55, final return limit, 1 5 days

Special ten day roach excursions at very

low rates

Throus h sloe.-* r .< fir- i .iT.- kI n 1. ', t, St. .l. lis v'. .Mti.ia-l)r y and
L o rulsvill- I. It.. ., i l i.i 1' ,.* '" l .'..
For fu th,-: inl" mVti,,l .- . .I. 11 .If -:'..\ nt. A,' > a.


BUYING RUBIES IN BURMA-
A Poemilmiar etbod of Darfafulagsf For
the precious satone..
The poeo-uI.ar !eus.ne%4w-.'sialt.L.-of *t a.r
euta i uirl .Lal!nN a '-: A;.' i!.tr~att~.i 1,vt',e
w.annoima-o f biiyinw ruls,'- :ni-tuu-ri.iI [
thee t'n Uinat'.lvi.n 'f rI ;s. .- :.%n -ia.l
llglt IS Hootit ussd.tt :- ~r L ~ i
ILI. that tuf rini a:--lt .'.!.'all!t~z
out tw s bri" 4 r;.#L, itkl % .f the

L~l''-I-r1.641. a. xu.ad 3 p. zu., andsithe
sky nIIU-st bs!e e-ar.
The junLaiei~r. 1;sav-s-d xi-ar a iv~n*
d.s.ha% .'tr-!r:ris a i.tr. ..'l
@1. Tislt- t op ua" ~-u;.'xi t .--le
his lift e bI : uf ruh>'s. iir- t'.lj..-er
prf'..- s Tooa x's atrxt._- tl.#'uj ',
In a nuu i)*-r of.t* inalI i'ri lef-
dvi ~slii Ii-a itat' tlirtse graa i.*' :--
again div idesIi it.t *t'11-4.'s j:Isa : -.' -"
hig to c.-oitr. ansio eac-h )r f tese ii
turn is a;:al.nt divided ;l inf. s ree gn-. ups.
a'-c' sni ag to) shapie. The I r..it.-t'pr'er
lelate ia-a tcuri'"is ur~se. 'Le simiz:itht
rerl,Zi'teqIfronrijit thi'- .iia xl: t!,#- !io'
brizi;'-adisa xt wthIirlie rrul-o-a '= solqwa--
fe. t ulifeta-tet Tr,.,'isthat U ioiirut 1 -p'
iieiriand ti' tirniiaiaiisr. mi-hicb are 1111u.4

Tiel' u .,'- adii S -I lur t L-nsitii zotrwi
a vs'ry [.e-ciiiar n. thisl si' tara of

lenc ,e. Afxs-r a;ar*-'-imL, upoi~ia41w. fair-

rig~ht hara4s". o 'i-re l Uit j Imi baid~kor-
chief!' .r the tlajoi ''a :a ~:rmoi'!i. tiA l lV
griji'4 and lpres-urt--i matuata y aitaler-
aatosoo H.I ah)i-isinirll I heie o .ls:1 la.t they
inake. iia4o~lify and UaJ! l'T''n-poa ls if?
pur-ha se xinol saeIs. T 'lis-hatil'. are Thotlie
uxno-,) er"d atd tht un. oric-%are.'re.-i-rded.
--Jcsv ulers' a'irvuilar -Wa-,kly.


JAPANESE PROVERBS.
They Are More Picturesque In Lau-
fonue" Than Oars.
"RPos. -s hae othrns." -anii.l "Wails h:te
ears" are as coulIlun in thei .Ialpai,'"
bl.t-'lih as inu oUir \WU. \Ve- -y ".31,o
ha t-.e, l eas i .sp d," but thei .l:lp ;tl'r -
phrase Is "*If in a hurry .g. roundel."
lu this counttry we v-ery often r. -tiiark
that "actsideiits will haillpn ill th.l ,"-t
retulatteld famiilie-." T'lb. .lJaips. on the
other hand, with an eye to the picturl-
es iU.-. 'vitalize it. s, to slp-:i k. in their
"'Evesn a monkey soiinieti na's fall, f+' iti1
a tree tnie o our u.- f'tul Enl-tllih
Baylitgsa Is "Th.ose who pllay u %itih etdg<'d
tools must expect to cut th-iir tii;-ers."
In expressing a similar thouw:hat the
Jap goes us one better so) far is pkie-
tUi'reSiluV '*St is co['-t'nifli II' .srai ..
"If you k-eep tigers you arne lik-ly too
have tr.ouable." 4 ine of touir sta.ialnl
masits is to tht- efteet that o"ail ain I
water won't mlix.." 'Thi Japs havs nout
Improved on this. "You can't rivet a
nail lin n custard" I their way ,of put-
tling it. "Theu lotlus slriits fromi the
muid" is their lpoetittl expression off
the common thought that "out of evil
good may come."
What could lb' more sutgiostive an-i
at the same time so poetic as their
"Scattering a tog with at ftin?'" \Wh-i
a Jap undertakes the imiipiossile hlii'
neighbors do not scoff at Whini or moi'k
him. They simply say that he is
"building bridges to tilte loiids" or
that lie Is "ddipping up the o'A-fan with
a shell." lFailure il su-lih a (ounitrym
must le Hs delightful as u.' c'te-4s in iour
more material land. "Tlhiie iowni heart
inuikes the world" is worilth of .:metr-
son or Browning.--Itochester P'ost Ex-
press.
The Defiant Drummer.
"It was right funny." salt I'ncle
Hosea. telling of the orchestrall con-
cert "A smart Aleck looIkin' feller set
In the middle, an' all ter n.t.-et the lit-
tle man at thi'e end to' ti- line lilt th,-
big drtium :t s:t.-sy rap. W\\ell, th.' stn:irt
Aleeck feller shakes a littl.- -tick at tlhe
drummer. an' what doe-s ,lie do Iut hit
her up i liagn jest ter show he wnis as
goo(K a s the next mian. An'. by .link'.
he didn't take no black talk -or. rather.
no orlders-- from the smart .Alie-k i:mIn.
because be just kept :a Uhn big drum in spite o' lthe lovss' a sih:kiii'
that 'atdk. its If ter s;ay h.'d eat. h it if
be didn't quit. Yes. sir: I glrieJ in
his spunk, If he was little. An' nt the
end v' the tunis lie whioop'. It up oil
that drulii harder thl:' ii \-er. A little
iuan fur nerve every ttin'."'

lRtight and Left llHunded.
It I s .ur, us toi niotit.- t e \aa:irises of
huml ni:tliy ll -. whr*, i n ,Iar-'d :iad
f:-t Iie l;s la-i-ti ilr-.at 'ialy ,lria\' l Al
tht+u. II1,'i r;,!.t thativiel itr s,,hi p.ut
ou ti.eai" i lRlt l':'t trt.i ; !i 1 ulsid
eraitih i.'-.c!'it'itaag' tihru!-t in t e u r;'ri t
first. S.-:,l:ers tir. fr t:-u tL; .- ; l.
S 1hldtr, but sp'o" :ir '!t: a.:'s foiitnil \ .1
pr,-f-r tLe left In \l.%orki.n%. \with a
sina le ia I-r'opuor:.;i<. of r' I..t l..t ,i1d.
eniei : tn;' utL t .-,::le X ,t .T tLl.- l:,ft'
h aid :an.- ; :! a :L til- ;f! fo' 't :illd
r..!.t ;;;:.,l. thl ,uzbi u Lfii u-::. ;n i .
frri-, .1t ,l'\\ : \\ :i t.e r:8' -- "Lailu-
..Ars' Jouir: i..t

A Korean t utltttu.
8 ;i s.' p. r rt : 1 : tlan.,

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1.A. Colyer Bros.'
Merchant Tailors.
llavol in z-;I(o( k mitIP of the lintest assort
nicut of srit t iit g-sfor i- I 1,i (Iay solits
tI.k. 1pro;.sentud to flth,'Ocala3 public.
Sryloh and Ifit &giaraiit..etl. Cluvaiing.
.I -nran.! vs-pairing iit, atly done'. Fall
and vintitr rotfiin~zn to your liking
list ., riit- fur the itiflnvy in town. In
;.. *-ti~i.i Q o!ititid. No. :'.. North Ma in
St.. two) duors north of Ocala [louse.


WE WILL SELL
Colonist tickets to CALIFOR-
NIA. OREGON, WASHING-
TON. IDAHO. UTAH and the
GREAT NORTHWEST


CHEAP

During March and April. Our
route takes you through ST.
LOUIS. KANSAS CITY. COL-
ORADO and SALT LAKE
CITY.


"THE SCENIC LINE


OF THE WORLD."


Make your arrangements now.

I. E. REHLANDER
Traveling Passenger Agent

MISSOURI PACIFIC
RAILWAY
CHATTANOOGA. TENN.


JOB

PRINTING

Neat,

Quick,

Clean,

Artistic,

Correct,
A Ift iV ...


-' ol. p ItI


Er


AT THE TOP.
It is a laudable ambition to reach the tUp
of the :adder of success. But many a am
who reaches the

a torment instead

A man can sue-
ceed a nd be
strt,rmg if he heeds
Natures waru-
ingih When there
is indigestion
loss -.f appetite,
nnging in the
ears, dizinesas.
sp8ts before the
eves or V'pila-
ton of the hea& ,
any or all of thee syrup-
toms print to weakness
and oss of nutrition.
Dr Piervce'sGolden Med-
icil Dwcovery is the.-
medicine to turn to.
S3.ooo FORFEIT will be
paid by the Wurld's Dis
pensary Medical Asso-
ciati.,tn Proprietors. Buf-
faloM NY if hey cannot
show the oripina signs-
tunre f the idividua volun-
teenng the testimonial below.
and slo of the writers of every
testimonial among the thou-
sands which they are constantly publish-
ing thus proving their genuineness.
"PFor about two vears I suffered from aW
obstinate case of ,lvpeplas writes R. E. Se-od.
Esq cf : Estern Ave Turunto. Ontario. "
tried a great number .f remedies without sue-
cees I finally lust faith in them all I was so
hr gone that I cou:d not for a loug time bear
any _.,:id t ,od in my stomach felt melancholy
and depressed Could not sleep nor follow my
occupatiou Some fuur months ago a friend
recommended 1uur Golden Medical Discovery-
After a week a treatment I had derived so mucb
benefit that I c,,ntinued the medicine I have
taken three sttlr.e and am convinced it ha
in my ca-.e accompished a permanent cure I
can ccnbcientkuslv recommend it to the show
mud. of dyvpeptics throughout the land
The "uommun Sense Medical Advisert.
ioo large page. in paper covers is sent frm
)n receipt of ji ,one cent stamps to pay cm
pnse of mAtiling only. Address Dr. k V.
Pierce, Bubale, N. Y.


Ai Line Railway

SPECIAL RATES
$45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RE- Tickets on sale daily, beginning April


TURN


23. limritte to I'eember 1;. returning.


$38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURNTi kets on sale daily. beginning April
":>. limited returning 60 days frowr


date of sale.


fl mmMUE


Summer at


Hot Springs


*Keep sin niemory that the Mack
fl.'immefurnaishv-s aineals at the fsiilowing
h.'ur-s. froimn ; to,4. frown 12' to 1. and I


$24.20-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE- Ti.kets onn sale July 1S and 17: limit- to >.
TURN. ed returning to July 25. Extension
obtainable. JF'.RI Ri:NT Three _-ro*im houses;
Ticket. on sale June 10 to 15. Inclus- tss, *ui-renm hua-s. on. e 4-roon house;


$15.10 TO NASHVILLE and Return: iv. limit-! returning to June IS. Ex-
tensiosn obtainable.


PRESH MEATS AND GAME
We keep on nand a full line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton and
Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc.
Careful attention to orders and quick delivery made.


CITY MARKET


W. L. JONES. Proprietor


'; Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company
4 1, p m


TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10, 1904


DEPARTURES FROM OCALA


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


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


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


TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M.

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


For Rochelle. Palatka, Jacksonville and
all points east. Also for Macon. At-
lanta. Nashville. Chicago. via Dixie
Flyer route.
For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby. Brooks-
ville. Tarpon Springs, Cle-arwater.
Belleair, St. Petersburg. Lakeland.
Tampa. and intermediate points.
For Juliette. ,;ulf Junction. Homosas--
sa and intermediate points.
ror Juliette. High Springs. Live Oak.
IDul-,>t. Waycross and all points east
an.1 %%-st.
For Juli-tte. lulf Junction. Homosarsa
an-I interme'late points.


Trains No. 39 and T71 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
P. & 0. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on
Sun-lays. Tues lays and Thursdays at 11:15 p. m.
For full. complete an.d reliable Information regarding rates, through car
arranr gemr-nts. sleeper reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
ate-nt. or add:ess.


T. C. WHITE, Division Pa..-enger Agent.
H M. E.1MERS,)N. Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAPI;. generall Pa.ss. Agent
Wilmington. NortTi Carolina



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SEABOARDD
* U

AIR LINE RAILWAY, *

FOR

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pinea,.
4 Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
0 Philadelphia, New York.

O TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

Seaboard Express,
Seaboard Mail. U

SFInODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.


ONLY LINE OPERATING 0
Daily Through Sleepers from JacKson- U
0 ville to New Orleans,

For fall information and Sleeper Reservations, eall on any Agent
* Seboard, or writ.
* A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, 0
* Jacksonville, Fla. ,
O SC. C. BOYLST N. JR.. PRmmser Asset. JacksonvUe Fla.
on*Nmom**IOm so me 14114 onl


* .Mi.s Lilli- I,,ke-r-,sin, the ,tmiughter
'*f .Mr.1 .M:iryv I i,-kem s-on. who h, r- been
lii N % York 'ity fr .t mniath. r*eturn-
***1 hon'e v..st, rdhty.
*ie-sh water breamn and trout, malt
A.tt-er trout. shet-iphe-a.I anal bass. an
.l It cute,'l rnullet andt fresh oysters at
Jake Thom:as. market.


\\"ANT'rI-A P o..Il -,l.r..l girl or
o rm rinult i. w* l-;tan .an' ne.,it for
kit. h'-ii iork. g'kgol wIage's*. 5'atl at
,r*. i It the- Floril:1 Holu.e.
.1t0 ora.miz:tiolln i.S on foot. ta:lle-l thf
.\fto,-Aryierio .in S l.t. l're-%s A'.m.m.-Iu-
mta It is ui.leii. ain tt ainal. All +.,I-
tors inal sub-il.itors of .my divisionn ou
Ir-s. v. ork .iar- urge-d t, join.
"'. M1-'ltioin. the hustling rocer. has
,nlvatre I hi.i business. ;ial is re-:sly to
suppl-y the public in c'hi "- acrieries.
Sv-iE.(t>als-.-s. 'comol dIrinks. .confe-'tiomery,
Pe.. Fro-I- lhlaliv-ry %wtagcon. Your or-
dI.-rs s-oli.ist-lI. Iron buillisig. South
M.: in street.
\'-. 1. ..r through the- M.-troplolits that
1:isht. 'r.-iin ..r h.i, r.-. tilltl the' tap-
;'ointrii-rnt of Ior. l-.in. :anrI ha.t rfe-p-
ointt.-,l hima to th- *' :.L.t iaistriat. W'e
ho',.-- it % ill| rn-'-t the .t apiroi.aition -of the
l-ig y of the ,lintric-t.
*L. 1;reen, the lightningr shaver. Cal
an.) try hia shave and hair cut and yen
s ill aIlw tya ys ome. Shave., lf'.; hair
cut. .'.. honing razor. ..25.; : concave
razor. 7..'. All 'work first class. No
long l -ays. t\so ,-hairs. Next Dloor to
Alb-rlstin- Smith. on West Broadway.
I;v. A. .A. Williams. :a;tstor of Mt.
ZionA .A. I. E. hut rh ,of J..-ksonvills.,
is n,.ist-r ,of th,- 'itu;.tions in his 'church.
; .. ;.- th:;ri- .%-11 mI h.mai. His i -ple
S hill i' This vi.lne

hi- .a 'A .i I. .,r..i hian.l..,.-. lv.y i fun-
,- a. '. 1 '' -.
*" ii. h.i-Il .'itith :,r,,i 1:-inj, Itennett
Ii It r t%. T to I', .ill krr tsi ..f "%ha.- ;and
i i r t,.-' i .. | i; lllt ;-w '1 -' ,t itmh- l
t .. .. .- i 41-ii l' t i r-. s 'aitc h-I half'
-tto k- half ole.
;s i 1.rI. l -' t., k -l half sol-. So
.* . i 'a'' k a.b anI i t.---. *;i'.l- U!s
S f! :. ,1-- n. th-- .i11 ,ni- t lo Ty-

-l' ,' ,-.- f ,, ri. .r- Ir-,.aring

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-i,,,,t,' -* Ia. *l- all flimnor-
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o.u iny O'-I Armn.


C.a O.D.


REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE


M.v. J. IL A. K06ur. S-W

Henry Johns'm.n is in the vity onOSp..

W.tnzcd --A well ligge X Stm
Sternberger.
--e0* 'o. !shingles- cheap, J. SIAMf


*The e~ith,% ~little bo.syGilbhert. lob-
proves qclew ly.
Several new cottages. for rent. L5
Starr Sternberffer.
Wit. Je"'mie 34itthel~l continues vrey
*ill. Call a&nd cee her.
Vor SAlle Chf-Ap-26).04" 0 6 2o ebin-
Xlecs. J. Starr Sterfiberger.
Mr-'. K~atharine Fulkscof. P. Review
ha,' t-turnej from 3Nanatee.
*Fine roe %ha.d every other d~aV At
Tompkins t~tll. No. 10. city marbei
Mr's. C. V, M.q'yof jAek-4waville is
in tht .% ity vuarstinpc fri.'ntis. Sheis d.e-

Call at the Mack House for comb-
fortable lodging and board at remsini
ble rates. West Broadway.
Ice kcrt-alinof .1l1!.iv orn every day
at T..znplkiA a' n.1 lTrauk4ive tc reaos

Ma 3.ry FC-t I owf Morri'stown ire in
th cit y undivr aait*.i ht*aI trseathe-nt. She
are th-e acueret tit Mrs. Mary A~. Jjmes.
Kt'inl rn.-m.'ry the Mt. Ziesn Suaqbxy
!sch*44 tIwg,asia t. 'morrow near the lime
kili. Come m.1nlbring your backet.


Ft.! th..-e 'a' h-P go to Moit Springq. Ark~anqma'. foar the
- -f -t.' I t ti.ht ht- summ-r i s re-ally the tbest
f~L- lie! fti'lrti..tv- lck-talon, high up' in the fqwt-
Ln::1* th- #*ia~rk rmiuntains inmiurpes a c-l .in-i de-
.i~tti n.,I- .ni i'h%-ican anrt re fy u-1irnthe
*..a.nth.tt th- ',%.iterAeare Iinort-bt'nt-fici~al .during
,h.- iia.- ai"'.


One Fare Plus $2.00


For the rount, trip throughout the
summnnr.
WRITF FOR RooKLFTI.
GEO H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT.
;.t. .tPa's. Agt.. Dist. P.ism Act .


Littl. H.* k. Ark..


U-- -- -- -


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


TICKt-. 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
days.

For Books and Pamphlets descriptive of the
Hotels, Bath Houses, etc., apply to


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system

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