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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 9, 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 )
 Notes
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03011
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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OCALA


EVENING


STAR


Voalme 9, Namber 30 OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1904 Fity Cers a M-- $5 a
T- "^^- P ^ WHBMB ^^ fi-


Fl H AND NE WILL THE FAIR GO BROKE? SEE OUR SPECIAL LINE OF THE WARS OF THE WORLD


Shredded Wheat Bkst-u,
5Sc; 2 fo 2Sc.
Triac its Oc pkg.
Pre Guava Jelly from IS5
to2Sc per jar.
Orange, Lime and Grape-
fbert Marmalade.
Plain and Stffed Olives.
Grape Nts, IS 2 for 25c.
Melon Mangoes, 25c a far.
Anchovy & Bloater Paste
AT THE

TEAPOT GROCERY

STENOGRAPHER
AND
TYPE-WRITER
MISS S. N. SINCLAIR
Private offi-," It h iitna rv-ri.al B-ink
YTour Iwork il th-' ;ilA.av lite|s csulicitel'
Speed ai l I',mi.ait'y guaranteed.

FIS ND OYSTERS
I have trcsh I O tt ni ishi ;ln
Mullet alw.,,s oll lhanl:
Ced.lr Ke" :idl Crytal Riv*II

RECEIVED FRESH DAILY
Olieed ~anl l i d tiledl UI II i ci ucet
S1.1I; MIl. I CAN
FILL.. L \\..WNTS
W. M. TUCKER,
City Market.

A. U.,WILLIAIIS

CARPENTER AND BUILDER
OffPr hiEITf It#t IlfwRl 1
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co uli t. tih Il I i';li 1,,- t i -,,k' *-. i
timaltfs a:2 1-1Sy tt1', to su. .ssfIl
Issue. J. I' illiaii .
n s 1ia S1. I .1S .. ta ii' I'l:.

BREAD, CAKES
--and--
FANCY GROCERIES

F-or the ltfiest blc.Al 4.tke'
and Fitiic (ricciics in tie c it
R I-,:M 1 ilM : k TI iI:

FRENCH BAKERY


MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed
A\,hi c.-'-


BOX 091


OCALA. FLA


W.W.Carman&Co.
You ia il tintd a I O l -tld .lat.k o
A rocerivs at
CARMAN & CO'S..
on North Main St n1zorth 10. city mar
ket.
spcl l t: Tit's --
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
CHICKENS AND EGGS
Renit'lle il r !A. in -.tk l n s-t assutl-
etil we %%ill ltrvm:tl ti. r-"ht.
S\. V I; \N & ''



LA GRIPPE


Pmamne tfolelows Le OIem
aw "ever folowste .s..eeqo
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The Government May Have to Take
Charge of the St. Louis
Exposition

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TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY


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That the Russian. Had Sunk Four Jap-
anese Warships-Instead, the
Russians Lost One
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AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.


hat the Russians Had Sunk Four Jap-


anese Warships-nstead.W the.
Russians Lost One




























TWO ROUTES TO CHOOSE FROM
. IMontgomery and L. and N. . lll-
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W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE

KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE ROUND TRIP
Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific


Railroads




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A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE



IT 1 11'1 -a-IIl:i.aQ'- a:1it'111
.riI, 'a tIllla? -g I ill I.0"t. aa t., Iia
BT. IT. S- lilr

C.i- Ea. a I iTa-'i il'-. aa tu -


LU MBER

1 to'% V I I" t o., -***A n -a w*** m af #te% ;: wea


Th-' tv.-ri~gt-ii %'aat.-! a-.t.er -.%ill *~, ~ ~ 1ni V im .

th.'a. ue''..1 1ro- aI-N ~.grr-4.I s true~ See or Pho:3
th-it illl .of th-m ar.-- n.*t : .tl r?&.'
orat' e-rn it a ii-ifiq asB o H S E Y7 N
o t h-i s --x" I it ii-oaart' an.d sirnii &r a-.-f't.
la-' ovneiisoThibo't isi'zlta P'HONE NO. 25. a
mfias$ia af m.1 ather aalerdiations in N igeruia
;a,- le-.l-t.I rin e-xj.-ditiaan. taut baith in-
cojIi)A Y mI'L~e must imp--f-trt i-to~t the kurrotnt ED W ID R
'at..1? isi that brt a'.cciiIltwaslatai nalJaz.-.4n
tat -4aursa-. It h~ap vimfla'i; ized ul uaic T I-IE C I
.ttteimtiar a..so thatt -light hais been laostAT M f
RATES a'ofthe- tcss inilmirtaitaanrt t. .-- __________________________
TO WASHI NGTON "'arian ifntmirtfartn'a--.. Jraabablv is'the %% r L a
loe-t'.t-t-n the Btritish an.] the Tibetans.L a igW ols l e
'~.si ~i--.'h"- Iuk-st in 'a'hjah thert hav e been three ..r tturig ~ h es e& Re


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,aIti~- t a t i- altl k--st -tlil laest lin-.

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F : II illittaS A t 't'i4aa's.S


JUST RECEIVED


250


Pair Men's Pani


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


FOR $2.50

They are worth $3.50, but as we
bought them so late we are enabled
to sell at the low price of $2.50
per pair


The Boston Stor



Special Sale

of Sewing Machin
We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-i
out little-tha! we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines I
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted,
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be
and tried, if desired.
We wil: sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and
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

"SMITH'S"


Ocala


Furniture


;r.-tty se.ver- fights faithh cuns.ler,tble
S.,su.ilty lists. I'orlinig thir-I mai: n tw
-itn-itaTioatl the- \rar lbet ', ol- n the Dutc h
.inI the Achiii-s-. ih Sui:matra. This
''.is. I,.v the %a.y. h:as lt-e-rln izglngi li flor
thirty yearils alti. mulr. The lilt-vy-
lovilig nl.ttivt-s *if Sutilatr;a refuse- to
yi.-lI! submission to the Dutch itind
a"atltinue iln iarmns against the inva.lers.
I.ast inmonth tha' Ilutch troops kill--' .*41
Achin-s in onr- .iaction. an'l ;a week opr
".a ;igo," the- Iut, h tcaptu -'! the town ii of
Tj.inta,- aftt-r killiniK 14it ,af ithe ntativ-s.
The-i the 4 errtii.ai s .tre at \:.ar ith
the- H at'ios. In their privilrae in South-
.wes-t Afi i,,a. an-ill ile having a har-l
time -if it. Hunalihels of live-s have lot-ri
last in this a;inlpaiiln in itbattl- or by
siotkno-ss.
Engl:ril! is still ;at watr with thac M.al
M.ull.ah in Somalilanit. It is true- that
Ith- -iid ,af the struggle is about itn
ixht. loul iP;ea e- ha.s iot y it lw-.-n mrnia.-.
This %\;ir ntith the- M.i.l Mullah ha"s x-
t,-FileI iover m il y yeal-s. .A punitiv- -
xli-'tjtion h:as l-e-lin s-Int into Nig-ri.t
I#y th- Iiitish governme-nt toa ave-rig-,
.ill ul ir isig andii "*tr-ache-ry" lon the Ipart
of i tiainl ex-chefs. It may bt- Satr inll-


WESTERN ND CHOICE FLI
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLE
FREE DELIVERY


L 005'I's t


Eie


rIOI.R


OTHERSS



tail Butcheis

A M EATS
ES IN sASON
T LAPHONE s


0 Commercial Bankr
C BRANCH OFP
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE


CAPITAL


- s50o.00.00


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSTS
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DOSITS
RECEiVED. LOANS MADE EXCHANGE SOUSTW
AND SOLD


A. E. BURNETT

THE JEWELER


S ing .-I l"piit to rall this a 'war. yet it is
-ing ;itten,-l, with ill of the ctionse-- "I' WATCHES, GUIARAI iTE SIY
lUeli,-. ,of wari ,e- .,ecially for the Ni-
'geria;ii. There is. at usual, lighting in
Sa1n I aingto. -ne- otf the- constantly J EE l R
r'-,'urriigK revolutions is in progress.
Thi* hlispatches a fetw lays agn gave an I 0 0
S :i>opunt atf the success of the revolu- AN
ti0onary party. The- Turks anal Ktur.ds
Isr- at war withthe h Armenians. R-- ICA CGOODS
'..nt .hle-grarn.s said the Turkish fort'-
.s i llopiertinK against the Armenians A
a.,niuite-, 1.i ..p men. anal that th- REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Tuirks ha'! wiought terrible- el-vastli-
Anil h-last hut not I-last there is ulir OCALA 9 SA
o\'n wa.ir in the Filiplnes. Its onrielu-
siionl has la-e-li proilaini'i, .se-Veral tli afS. F
t' ait nilvy few days ago the diispat, he-s
artought information of the killing ofa
.m tb"er of American S Siofficer INN AND C0 TT6e
Wo.i wl 'asl i..-ling or woul. -,Ihr nl Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort a e East Bad C
I,'"tlioti ii :insillt the-m n. That *--rt.iln y t
Sloaks warlikv. And from the recurrinK g
'autllpt-;iks o4 our purthase- subj-cts in I 1 fl I
the- Far East. it se-ems that w- may hb- E V E 5TI M O D E
;.0 loiing in subdluing the- Fillpins aas Homelike and Comfortable.
the- I ut-ih hav been in qsubdluitng tho Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
l.hi, ie. Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
. A COSTLY MISTAKE $2.o0 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
Blunlers are sometimes very expn- Address HORACE F. SIEWART,
stve. I. h:tasionally life itself Ins the GOODAI.., - . F I.
lpria-e of a mistake, but you'll never be
rong if you take Dr. King's New Life I
Pills for Iyspepsia. Dizziness. Head-'
ahe. tivr or l trubl Eleganth M I liner
sar ge-ntle yet though. 2c. at thet ill
e S Anti-M ,onopoly Drugstore... ...._ ... __=...__- .... -........... ....... .... .. ..... .. .....


iome
have
s re-
tried
seen
$12.
WatI



at


Co.


J. R. MARTIN & CO.


GENERAL LIVERYMEN

Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
I% -- -- A %I


I"n T TEMPLARS- O IPKIl!
ODD FELLOWS JT T- 0pl T_
The Last Opportunity of the Year to
Visit California Has the Finest, M Elegat L e of M bery I Cit
l-gitaniiz.g August 13 ind, 4rontinuing
ai.,,y t,,o Sptemb-er !*. round trip ticke-ts Her styles !ead the world of fashion, and always will be found
. \ii i- si.i ,ln :>, atunt ,of the aboP- there the must exqusite production of modern art and styles
* *>.v- iti. frim all l.points in th-
S.tih..,-.st tI, -ith., I.s .Ang-le-s .i I THE LATEST PARIS CREATI
..ari l .t;rla i r, alt e-xtr*-me-!y low rat.-s.
.,th, ,ii..:; !.,turI iitiit a*,,-t,-tr 23. An Fweipve and Beatil of D HI Alay
rTi k-ts will .-rrltit aof t y-n lay.s stia opi S t
v%,r .it St. Leouis. andl .ilow haalea-r the
S:2. -- ..at goirg 'one r..uto- an-] r-- A call winl convince you that I have the leading style
turnm'i: i i .oth-r without :addi tional
a -x, ,- it th:it ti. k--ts returning v.it
Pi.!! a-,. an a-ltlitifml i ,-harg- of $l1 1 |
..- Ii.,I-. ,,R RESTAURANT<
Th- Fi ... -R,.,k Islan td yt-m .a f-B
a.-- t.-i :,u,,-? in ,ith,-r lire. ,- ,n.
"'; !i- r 0'"!" .ptlvp litFtratu l
- :. fuil :nf a'n.iaTi,,n an-I let u. i.tin itst Class M e s

HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip l vtlf t, Mnt .AiM rl0dv


7 i2L a '- -u2 ri: n limi s. xty. !,, s
Tit.- F-.a- 5~sterr. in ro'-a'f a.ti'af
'a aa ~~a-P.... k Islar Svsta-ri. f..-t !T.
tua ;2*-'i2 ""Ia.1full


Dining Room open mxil mUaWH1 penml
attention given to special orders, ale-
the market offers prepared for the tam -
short notice. .


1


*


Nine Are Now Waging. and England
Owns a Third of the Number


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PAGE~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ T CL VNN TR TUSA.JN .10


AGAIN THIS WEEK,

CALL YOUR AYN l ION TO OUR


'BARGAIN


W E GORDON ARRIVED THERE r

Leads Galloway 59 Votes and One Pre-
cinct to Hear From
S r ,:. ... ..


I IDLE


Ulpo -whlch you will find a large
1psy of remants at


REDUCED


PRICES


I tl ': .'' l' I t l3ii a .!l U li t X, 'l'-I
a;.lit -t l i iS i tN h i., i ."t '.h,
i-'Uilt. Thi.-- -- -----

I 0 .l i e. i. . a ....... .... .. ..
S;, l . i . . . . . .. '.;

Th- fl i-i. ls ,cf t.-th .i ,i.l t.-s i l'. -
it.- itfl timrhts f,-a the'-n. itil a I th
lli. 1t'iil-s 11 Iy f-.-' Irou'l ,,f t 1w ir
I '-ia 1.- i It I v Li ..tl '.I-!,, :ilr.. l .-
I t i.I1.t -\,,uli i t utTf.-i .et th,- ti" tnt1. i.f


S COMING IN SLOWLY


I(ATIiw'


CAI-ITALv, -


mt


- 50O,()OO.


MIFRM='rCZFRIS


R.S. Hall,

Geor&e MacKay,


R. L. AndeLno


Edward Hiflur,


Geoge Ford,


HErbAt A. Ford


President:


SH. B. MASTERS,


"The House that Treats You Right"


OCG'LL, F-L.l.


EVENING STAR

C. L. BITTINGER & 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


The handsomest line o' ;uffets chi-
n,. al.cs,.t.. .lini hg room hnairs anii ta-
bles. roc-king chairs. reception chairs,
,ts that this portion of 'he state has
eve-r seen just received by Mclver &
.'acKay.


R. D. FULLER,

DENTIST*
office Over Munroe & Chambliss
Bank. Ocala, Florida.


IT LOOKS LIKE BROWARD
J. E. CHACE,
The returns ;ar sl\% *rinititi in. lout
if Browaral's vote has; iniirov.'l in ilh*- DENTAL SURGEON
counties alld I o.. ill.t. ut.lh.lla f m l Co mer al Bank
O ( t Upstairs Commercial Bank


like it has; iin ths ;av,-Uit-l tItor. Iti-
will have- lian to IO .iniaI majority.

A CASE FOR KING'S DAUGHTERS

Mr. W. IS. o\\liig hl:s l.-n helt,.ss.
In bed for eight 'we-aks. II,- h.s ,a ife-
and th-ree children, tlhei ytiig st .1 ti.ti,
in itml mother's arms. Th-y :;re- in tides-
titute -cirn-umsmtanices. Th-y ie--l hliello
anld lieea it fno Ift1 M l114.\\ln1m <,ul'l
be Rent to '.;i. would take- -;are'- of hilm :> -I lt iilt All
charitably dis las.,al. l.Wane- niici< .->\ .iiI
Mr1. Ed Carmichat.l.

"UNCLE HENRY" VICTORIOUS

The returns froni the- q-- onl m itim-


mnlasirone-r's votes aindl Mr. Snitih IS9. Lainig's itnt-
jority. 4!9.

TURNER DEFEATED BOBBITT

In the fifth commis.Asionr's district .
Mr. 4'. V. Turne-i ha. -I2'2 't.-'S t a .11
\V. it. Ihotitt' 1101.

Father Il-tittla;i io toie ll., A( ati it. i-
deit tlod;aly eof sim t,-'-n y,-.i!s t- .i s1e lai .
$tai- re-l i-rt.-l. i s.ii. t;, \\. t i- tilh -i
visiting 1Meon ezuima. Mr. ljavi<. \\'. he, .i.i,- t it.
ra same h for his hill. the- lt k .n.i- \- .: :.i- '
iiiously tOIt him. uist.lkiit.i Mr. la.i\ i
for Father otolctc.i-.i. that hi .. aei l.
obnly -ch:rtge him half ra.ite. :is ht. \ i
a: "'aotltiaa oif the- lotll." M r. I':iN -
at**. i.e.Ital hue- a i.aks mist uke. ha\ta-\**'* -
a-ital I.iil ftiull i.ilt-s. F.ith-r Italrn .. t ,i..
is ai g; t':l .iimtit !i *>f .M !. I i' is tll :
holaeas he mi y I-e ,iunt, at ihn ,s .,a.- I
ernor. i

i pta:iin \ -ei, ,,af lh.i s.t i. i.- .ii, t '
'tlp.iny .ia t K .'n lii k "'. ..- .' :*1 '
taei ti. \V.Ie Fl .' ," sIt 1. ':.-. -
aa., l ]i:i.-t t. ) -, Wa Vt '.t n ;I e !


th"i t.- I Ii.it 1aaaal eLt a2:a at la'



s.i a.1 'a'.% I a iacl' c- tt a t .~'


.old It! wm a !"l Itct-ie I htt'a 1


toi k- I 'a.Ii h ais a '. i L t a '

Drt.a! BeraI lin-i- ila.-t .!Ii a NJ IT
t, aIar li, ie l t:' a ViailI.11'---1 h...N


Mreu. Stnle-.

M i'tse 1I.itthl-.t IQ.a', a?.0- '




Thua: a-i -

tabn Tbmiltf'a .-:ta a- i \1 -a a a-..

Mrs. Pru- r-ute- etc ~a-


Building, Ocala, Florida.
TERMS CASH


W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Si.eSeal attention given to the treat-
nient of Chrconiec *i -seases and Dis-
eases of Womlen anid Children.
Ocala. Fla.
taffice ever T11dings' Drugstore. Of-
fice hours from 8 a. m., to 12 m.:
from p. m. to 5 p. n..
kosidence--No. 60 N. Main St.. kn"wn
as the Nash cottaRe.


Opposite City Hall


P. 0. Box 374


H. R. HUNTER

-;::-'GUN"-:u
-and--

LOCKSMITH
Repairing a Specialty.


THE





OPERATES

Double DailyTrains
'arryl"n PIllman %Nr lprq. C afe
I arl as 1I carter and hair
I' ar (ceats riw'.
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETW EEN
Bir.igham, Me mhi aMd iMKansas City
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Oklahoma andIndianTerritories
AND T-E
Far West and NortMwest.
T1ROi0BGI SLEEPING CAR SERVICE FROM THE
SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AND
KANSAS CITY.
MON-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Fzrurtion tickets frm. Atlasts. Ga.. ad
llrmiucham. Ala.. to points in
%wetlkreot o N le firnt andl tkird
Tpesdayr eel areh mouth.
Descr ;t ve :e* '...'e. ::- e:s a .a.ed
v" :- :1 res .'erva.o".s wr' i.% : ,.. --,*
:X. ,: -:-. t
F. E. CLARK. T1v. Pass'n AGT..
ATLANTA. Ga.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTA, GA.







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"T.L3OU .o, STAT(iO1
CAI.-;.


Will be Tomorrow Before Florida
Knows Who Will be Her Next
Governor


'I'-,,.if,'s T ilir -. -- 'lI in ,i'\a --s th.- t l-
al,\ llg turnsrni;
Twenty-Seven Counties, Incomplete
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S l->.k o .. . . . . . . .
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l .\\ ,t .... .... ..... ........ ...... 1 . ';;
Twelve Counties. Incomplete-Second
District


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VT FO SNT
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VOTE FOR SENATOR


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S.AIt Spriis,. is.
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Sto- ktlla's majority . . .. .

CURES OLD SORES

"\V -stin,,!,-l ,loI. Ks ill.. Ml'lv -.. l."i .
;it:ll.tI I Sina I\ IiiitiIt-il t ',c.: Your Snoi \
L ini.iiii til e 1ui, l ,ill ,-I S-,. S- onl th'. si'l-
"lt ity chin tlit;t v..s stUIlM-i.l to tI- ,a
,. i Ti .-' Thi s-ra- \a' s stuibil in .ini-I
\-oll, not y ,'I tIo ti<, nin ,ir T until I
li i,.l i,,\\- l.iniUi.irnt. \\ hi'lh *,1I! ltih
v orik in silA ti l.-i. 1y sister. Mits.5
S-aI hi,i J. a ,; rs-on. All-ins. ill.-, M iffinii
, unityt. I'.i.. his i ,1 s t- :i1n l iiistrusts.
Stie.t it is .1 .i . is.- s .-iil i het :i1
-,,i.. lcatit.-." S~ol lby tih- .\nti-Mn11oIll-
al t\ It ligatart'f.

FINE MELONS

Irl \W ils. l ItI :i .; ;ita l ef IIll st.S th att
t)-' \ ill lia.al S.litulaiy ori Mtialy. Thier'-
Is not i t: l cl I tt I i lth.ii ill \\'l.-gh I.ss thi.11
::1. .mtil inii ey 4s .tiil 4.', poi uiils. Th -v
i! l hI-.autit-,s iltt tltr sdi. n1il tlhi. tr.iwk.
I:iiyt *s.. t;ik- ,iotit ,,.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM

I t-epl. t.-i. l llllt if \\ r.a iia linlt tlllo.S. ae'-
it.. i>ut-l Icy ,-tting \'et throitt ll h; \ 'rs"
Sh.n ;iAt i'-st. ,.r on tirst lio\ ini I h-
nlil s. aIr in i a l- I r e *l tuti \\e4.ill i-r. i!
-n!ui, kly > tur.l ly t.ililn '- s Snt,\\ luini-
i:,etl l a S I;tr laIsaall. ita el'nt I ai., 111..
\\rit,.s. I.'.librwia y li. l', :; "A. y*.ir :ii'i
I \\'. is tra halell \\t itlh Iitic ii In m y i icak.
It tSo an , 4Ve-it. in!i- 1.t ttl .- f 1:I.il;1rl' Si.' ,'
1. yirn !t e -i! ,l ica- ." ."' .-.. '",- *.. ;: itI $1.
S..a11 tey lth.- .\itl-M1<.i.< y lv iruit .sta a-.

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T. 'w Ti .l-,. A.,-nt fr liiyl-i's
Caindy. Fresh Shipments Receited
Weekly.

THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS
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WORLD'S FAIR RATES


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A STRONG HEART


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HERBERT A. FORD,


COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OXFORD

Times-Union Turned Down-Plans to Coleman Has Seat Layne for Sheriff of
Remodel the Courthouse Sumter County OUS R T
i at tl th. at ini p ois:t--.at of rou- Not withstanding the severe drouth
i.i- *.,,ik i that has ut our ,r.op so si ort.. we are- r M
,1t. It.lls of the T-,'ie-lh- i..- n ap- still shipping so ,me- truck anl getting K...on ,.I.tTr.:> n-a .,l Run r,. eo*a 1.-l Pe-
I,..,,,.6i .i-1 I .',. tlh.it p px, i, r's propo- good reI tuins. Tht-ere are some so pe ,rhaps 1t o -...,tt11.. l-,-,-m!-r ., ly .... :lft*-.. J* ..
a;,i to i\.- .,11. 1 di oui ty a1 p.age that '.ill taill be-hindl .little on actount I
It. l. tlt:;%1- it--iup. ith illustrAitions of the- drly v -ather. but unle-ss 'so it- i ..u,:t ITr:,. n-. I. l K Trip. .....K to.
,f \l it.n .u. i.t Ioi $2'"." The boai thing else- t e-'.ullsi us i %"- n meet our | ., .ii. ji.-. im :l on ri- *"vesue
-F h --* r> lie oiuod
,il .i i!i% i,-l.-tI the- sul.j-t. cre.-it.trs \ ith a gO. f.ate .anothe-ir -.tr. W : i .
-. lir 1 to il k.- iti :[,. .- W .ire-l- ha t i ig a little l i in no% ne-ar-
Tta boa.iit I..!\.-l to caiittinue th ly ev-'e-y .al a. aIll ,n 1 A oitt.I h- 'i --eling
i l, Izzlt l .ti Sh.- i.v h.r. ..t. taro l e-t o.r but ftir the- t-suit of the la.tt.- Irl-
thil'. si\-il-n liti it. .t I it "illi h.e built. I nl; y. The c.t jumni--l the wriong %-iy
.i M ,ti, 1 \il,.t to, n 1.iiS- nitt.o- it- this tiia- n, In tht- nino.rity of the v.,,,tr Woil' Fair Route, St. L.o--
S tl t to i ..i h H t.ll t liinit. is ft-ling bluee. It \till I re-nmemt nt .-l *-
'ht.- ,-,.p :t.ilso ;as..,s.I at ra-solution thet- raic-e for sheriff \ .as- b.-twn-e-n our Eith-r through .Athlint.i l ad 'hitt.:,, .i.i *. ,r '.i .iiu .|i:, i m, .tshe' Iille.
looking to ti.* i-n o.l-lit o,,f the ourt print ol-finitl tant A .T. i'ole-man Lairl ,of th-h Sky" route.
hous.,. ltini~ to it t\fl\,- itrp offTi.-s. :-, t'' .et ea'-- li ; it x .I ;it thie- \\ -st I % he-n the t%%o inme ii % r.t- weighed in the from J;itk-ktonviil-. Throutnh sl- -|>init ar.
I. il .uili six .i tti.- .i t -itl, \%hile- n i ilinice tho- he-;vy sil,- \t e-int to A. T. ST oi'- i*VIj-:IS G;* IN<; .A\NI RP.:TI'- ININi;. ..n W\ ..its -",:: i. ,r. uity-
th..- 1i, th .ti-i so ulth si,.,. i',l le built i ',le-Mnl;in by .t oolI niajor'ity. The ,l.ay -tT, lift -!-.l- > ticke-ts. \ ith:n ,in i i n ri i ,1l iiiun ti r ri.-
. i, .i \\ilh .,ti o;iit.i,,tiiit aln iis. I l.ty e ,- faction has l-wen poking fun an-d a. t o point tr the. n ,s .t i. .i; ". Ti --- .-. N..o it ,.,. .A\t OlIp r-
iu ih. i t\llt il 111inaI't .. i .oof. \\ill lt.ughing ;it the other iidle ever sitine- tunity to visit the &cr-- it-est .f \ o' -i I '.n-' .iAi.t < I iti.' i :n the
ii, ik i nii-sili.z .1.1 ll o ny b ,uilliin ithe fiist prini.ary but th- lt.ble- has iImon til.tis. whet-ie ii ui tIt yi t* U .ltatcI t. tp..-. 'oiuntr laike
It i t1lio4-,tilt i ioi. I- i $ .'i in ni <.r '-l,. i. a ie.b i hle- t i | 'oais,-. but you c-uldln't be-at up a ;ll tail,-t ,l .n, viln .lt .t:o- ti:i. in in. ii *..!. **t. .. fully funi i-i h-,I
ill lioti .. :ill it.p oill'li- >-s n- .i -.e l by I l. yi' -rot- \\l to'lay flor trl .ts. There, t upoit ,-'l-lli- .ction. J *. I'.tls .
the- 0..ntt, Io\ s." .at.-i.-l. ;.nd I,-:te is ait aionsaorlatilon for us. honi ver., alnil I district P is eii .- .- lt 1' I '.-. : I'y St .1. k4ion itll. Fla.
hilt a i l toii .-n offli, fr ei int. in this that is ,\e ar- having .a 1 ho-le le t tof fun
Lt-nil".'-,!'irnt g .i.iin i o a.ff '-.. tlit ouitsilde. I ov,-r it. am. l wae hope- that V-e will iwc
ill! ., ,nt f r si..th .-S t'i-es. ple t'las % with our new sheriff. * \o*
"1,,..-+,i,.h, i.- .olt on*,i,. ;is \ilth 1is --/ A EXCE T IO
., i .i;.-mi.,.-it l ill ,on,,. i,.- li.e roof adults j WM. ANDERSON /
l, il! ith .nltiy ofll e S, s.Q n tilt l .\Asks the re-ad -i s of this .;pale-r to test
th;;ur;.ubs:.h ill:::,;.-:s ir. thhi: valu of"A prophet is not without honor, save in
-.it tit,'- IQ. eiat ,, tioin t A f the, hustil,- 'l'hiise, ceit-rsnsti ,ho, h ave use-d it and !
i,, Tha. l,,n,, I ,,;.s utt:,,,iou on the ho have b-.,n cur.,1i ly it. dao not h t is a poverb that d ot
*,t.-l i, ,,af h. 1, -4, of io1i.. 1aa .li .l naI it .te to ivrecmu n .-nl it to their friend s.
i.,,-.it> \',1iults t,', taite ,,..,Is. .andl \v, Kodol ,ligt-sts what you eat. cures indi- alway Ma l FOr m a 100
SM'l.i 1- i l i t tiu t1 h.it MilIo li i \t111 e ge"st.ioi., dysV iloepsia' and i all stomachal
-1ita h.il ,, t,,.. \,\ait s of the- .oluntv. i'Con- Itrouble-s. It incire-a.-s stre-rgth by en- plgp i this a frv do M wi
iiiiss .i,. \v;i I titn.aitIn. \t ho is a l-v-il- Oitling the stomach antl iligestive o or-
h 1-- Isii-ss it.i :tir'l .oa.. of th' Oans to contribute toa the tbloeod all of
jiw si i. '' tf-i andl ,enir- getii ii ie- t the nutrinimet cntainel in the fool. M UNRO E & CHA M BLISS
,,f I thi- lI. nI. is -ithuitsi;istic 'ov-r the i Kolad Itylsiepsia I'ure is pleasant ani I1

OcalaFlorida.
REVOLUTION IMMINENT THINK IT WAS MURDER 'I

.\ s.ut- si-gn of ,a.p raio;ichlng revolt and The .or-oner'rs jury in Jacksonville.
s.-iaoiis tc eol in y oer syst-mn is nt-er- which has ie-n inrive-stigating the tle-ath I r 1 A M
uss. l-lssiie-ss r stoerlach up- of Mrs. atti- *arlisle-. has eciile T V I C O M P A N Y
I s.-ts. l'El.-,t!.' I-- itItleI s iill iqulckly -lis- that she- wa.s inurt-lerelt.
n,.ra f;il taE ti' the ttimnah. re-gu- SUED BY HIS DOCTOR iillA ^ 6FIN / /P PF
*.t th. kil-s .in how's. Stimulate "A loctor he re has sue-t ime for
th.- liv-' iii-tl .lI. ify the bloil. Run- $1"'. 5-. w\hith ,laitieni ViaS e-x-e.sive Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for business i-
ian siysti .e.rAe.it ,.ti,ularly and l,,; e-,.t m,,i, u,, .. s White,. of the Fishel Old Stand, West of the S Suare.
.11 t., titt..,t- ...l .,l-i.o n..,A h a All l Goods Nw and First Class: Aents fo r Patto.n'.s Sun Proof Pit2


F. L WATSON.


ine,!- its ,: | atching i- -~f~,I hi tte-li-lteit skill and i ne-diin,,e. Ii
fa, i'.n Ela El-.,tric 11itters is. only :skel hint i it a., na ot *'haniberlains i
,-.. ., that is r..turne,- ift it don't lic, Ch,.lra an, Iiarrh.a Rene.ly
i'- t A-fpe t satisfartion. itaranteeil he- usa. as I h.l gOO re-asn tio --
y lh," Anti-M,,n0,1 ,,.ylv I!u storp. 1
- liev-- it va'. ;.ind he w. aul.l not tsay un-
.e-r i,:ith that it ias not." Nip dloctorc
i otul'l use a te-tter r-nimetdy than this in
I.ise 4f hole-r.at ri iorbus. It never
f ils. s lol hiy all druggists.
'F o *inn e COLORADO'S UNCIVIL WAR
.A pit-hied loattle etweent% traoiopsl anal
Stu:,.i.,n inersa took plai< e n-a-r Vi.-tr. ,


Well, just phone


THE FAIR


They'll get it there


The Great Eastern
and Western Line

Across the Entire States


TEXA ond LOUISIA A
\ i r; 1e \N a F. o F II"
Direct Line to


NORTH TEXAS
NtW MtXIcO,
ARiZONr
and
CALIFORNI A


gV a 5 VF-00 VTra aa rwroo V-afms;J F
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges. Farm Tools of a@
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware. Agateware. etc. Sash, Deem
and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Range*-n--
better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Lew.
est Prices Will PrevaiL
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Businese Famili.riaes LM
With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited


W. P. EDWARDS


At the City Market


i ,,lr,r.,l,,. \ -,tll-.s.i.ty t Ile mlli-er \H as
kia t 14a'tu.- Fresh M eat, Po ltry,

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM inS
The fcr-lii.g aof impe-nding atoein in the
t;i.;r.s aof in.iiiy vi.t ins of c right's -tis-
"' " v '>" n '" "+ "< City and Countr)
c.t.1- n i i,-t- ls has he.-n .h.ung-,- t tity 0 nr
St h iikfiu!'.t-ss v ly th.e e.-n-tits le-rive. --
f:-,-,i taking I',!.-y's Ki-ira-y i'ure. I F reF Dellvef
'a.:1! ure' in, ial- .t l itt s -lt-..esa- an-I ,-
!:,t!.h-ta- ;irn ,v.-n in the- firsts t .. s-
a,-v- ....!-,.!t at.! relief-. sight -fisor-. AMERICANS IN AFRICA
. uT .-l in .1 f-w :ys. "I h \Ir: .. ,.- . -
-Ii ,lra-.as in tts '*>.,: S I .- f It aui,:.- th. Ir.. I t! ;e- d >...i :\. t -. --
--iL t hy-i. ,ns w. ith-ut r--ii Of ( nly i a-r '., ..T t?.. a .,.. - .. -
t -e- t: ."'-s" *a.f I,..-ys" K : In-y *'lur L Th.- -.% T -!. 1 a.'- ... f, : .:
a. ti- a a: .-ia TI ira." S" t.I by th- ,.f the .>- h- '.. .. ; : -.. of


I',,*'t0*, Ic lrugal tre .

MARINE FIREMEN STRIKE




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THROWN FROM A WAGON
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LALEXAXDER
Practical
CARPENTER AND IUILDER
'Car-tful -ttim te. mi i ,ori aill ntra'
work. a-;iv-" r:,,re- arnd tb-t-ft-r ,work fo:
the mtney T han any other man Ir
town.

WHITV'ge

Cream Vermifuge


, Fish and Vegetable

easogo

Trade Solicited

P&,%=121.


YOUNG SHOT HIMSELF


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SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
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REluRTEED A. ColyeD Boms
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WEATHER FORECAST TO IE AWAY

t .ilill~th .ift.l I t.lty. ith ,, ,,n t l Ti.i ,i -fi .- .s-ir 1.l- huil. ling lo .ts to

-,ht.,:.- N., ,. tv..


U. D. C. MEETING


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*-,i. *It lth- tlt."hth
I'i ,lltil t .ilt.* i r l.il !*. .. 1 .
S CN Pr, BE: i.CilU .

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED


T..I.-j4ao.w I 1t. ii ~"..u t~ ant a.:algatjuig
don.'.

it.-tiuo'sial.t'r Itt- I... 'o*t *.t~ *'rt Foil~,.
*aigtat.

i. i~. 1'a~to.i I,,a ti.-.ta loupe-s foir io~ua.'-
34)45.

Ft :411k I ~ 11.- 'of' St .,tato.f. .o ii..- u p t how
afte-t *ooo.eia.

S*.U* *II OS .IIPS'~'O ~ **. p *,..*50 fl
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a ;qtl 1.31s ti Ai-. t o I. %.i-tI.1 % 1
FitlS Ie.t-i I st 2' o.'-Io!'. 1'e e
The mosit elegant display of candy it t~' i..i. t.ooo et.':"
Is town at Dame's. t.i*=o-o.~.txolti~'i. ot

Thdo- 1lottlotzutmt 11..it-I haooI t It i I'- I y -o *Io. ~ ti..tb i


Pearl tooth wash In~ the best. W~e utIil ~ ~ -... .
it. 1iouto it c- I rugsutre. 4i lt, :I~' i .i~ i t iito- t1 I l
AtiI o. I tloI I t l It .'-T I t.1t!ho




lag and .jw-titmaugirwitatioto-J. ~ -.




W'lwn itt doouht. utnake the M.IN4J leyo I..1*'iii. ...*.- ..
Sc. vigar. All lernvititial tleulers. 'IOiI- *
I. I. I *.o Ii.411111k I1,1:;-t1.- 1! -iut to


J~ook%.olx Ilk'101, 'I. 0 i~ ioe. t jl.

Fo4r re-lilo 1.1.' lt.ritt ga wl o io loa oe-rivig
wee J. Start St*.', gpl,-' .r. phootte 16t.

Go~o. It. tlitk-r-o *f J~acks'.zivill.'. fopit-
nw.-i13o~f 04 *.i. is itMo.011 eMiftat.-Ziilioa.

(ePrlgs hWit4-1h azol Svilajo, btwqtfor
hard tater. Try it. PopitostTice iDrug-
store.

tlcilt I*t ia'lois l of d~ 't p' xo

111AV 14Fil'.SALE At 5*el ~-
huso~l."'I o-ix 'ght. S. It. ( ;aditkill, 31'-
ItIttoro.11SitFl.

Nothing am g~oho".dfor ori.tgimolois-'ur51an
a t..t xn.Il tqs o;dI 1'. cilgar. Sool.I by -ill

W. I. Ilw ttae-s

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Mi. 11 to E.. .ii IL:oo r..t'O. 1ott Jg ll se 11o


guool. Psetol.' rulmtore.

Mc4Ivoer atlit MoacKaiy ave justr-
cle-lvedrt4.tlvt. -''ofltatt- Iiauitt.4o',uke~t ititl-n
der*% ever r set-uIll Florldmi.

WA NTEI 0 :ooo lu-o'"..r I-of istaI,,,-
tato*'s Will p .:ty iogt'-St Ilt-iotrk't1r
Atlo ly tooAsh.':t-rVnink. lMix 7177. ol
Flia.


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"**,illlot *3.,llli o t*. \'11 ftoi r K li I. k ,*-s -
t'!,l.ifo \xt-I.- ii" \ i'-.iu -I. lit'- ,I.otoi til..i.
M is. h*.i Ii.i 1!.


A RARE OPPORTUNITY

'111 put w it y ii ti k Ik o s-*it thl-
I lt l Iit js fo t to. t k t .* I*' ill l 1i-
tx'. S l7.' ol. t! t t t. I ll l. k, -:..0 .
7 1m s. i'"1,r, l1., li, :i l th,. ti;.,--i

t'il i t''! i'.li i' iilli i i i0 ll .11 i i h is < "t1t'< .

ATLANTIC COAST LINE
WORLD'S FAIR RATES
l"iS t '";A.S e 'X. i iilsI, l.oI1 l.- IS o li i'i 0l
to St. L-ouis s t\i l -6 1.tmrn:
$V .... linil tolit Ii liniiul. t1o. 1. 0
$ ta. i i.il tlitit litn il. i\ t'l o l :i s.2 .
t:;".',-,, Iii,.I fl r, uiiil litnil. lil'ltr.*i l ,1iys.,
Sp"<, ilt I'll 'l1i, y o-n'' i 'h I-x \ *'iy Io'a i .PlIs.




J.-ssi, M. ii ts. Mi1t, ,il ll -.

INDIGNANT


Il tlip l.oIot- Io . l i1 1io l Ut oo-

,"tlo t II. d Iti%.Ito t i ll. ht. I II'-,. 1 S t.. .T tu.rs
,I.n : i l .. l) .s ,. l, ,l N a I. ,i -
,.l iji,'5. .iIr It ix,. hl'ri 0111 of lhI .i' ,o l'v10.
e ,-.iliil:t; t1, l 0.* >.s *.... ,. T i' ;s \\w a1 k
SIot ll I ..*o !on. .i mi, or i. r i tIt-I


o FOR A HUNDRED YEARS
Fotr a ni itli.l.I ,'.lts or mill.i \Wit. i i
iHt.ze-l .llIs hI.'a l ''. ou.lliiz...! :;s l Su lp ir -
lor I .In,., l t it i .mlli;ili, l folr I-E '.
l '-W\\iltt .1 it o0f 0 'ii,.,lo. to tlis.o\ -
,**i hlo\\ ito. o il .iin' llh. \ lti t ..s oi \ itI

fo roi -,I ti .s.il .-. lI \,.\ ill s \V it li ti:t-
.i*-I S.A l\.- is th. t.. s ts iv, 1i lh.. \\.o! I I
fot so ai... lits. 1li .s li'1'I t Il ill pilo.-S
Thion- hiihi .l.tiolr iiit ,of tliis s .ol li:is


of E -,.ll ;t:I. \\ % .s in llh il 1 .,,t .iy al\ itl gi\ ** i is'. to 1. 1 u ll i f*'is ;. It ll tlh ,- p1ul-
tlime-4-h.i1.li' i" li,' is .;il\ is eI to 0 loo.,k 'foi lthr tl.lin '
W -: T --- ,, , l >.-\ t 'sl ., 1 -11 Vi.,ii & t . oiild :,i.. il
WVANTEt0l To t*-nt a gool 5-tin no othl'j. STolI t y Wmin .4:'.1-:.%n.
4'ottag e M.11ust It ill go.,! loN .tlity. tall -- ----
if s.uiltabltl' xouitll Ilul. Iluquilr- :it this We have just received a large ship-
tffi.'e. ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all
sizes and grades: also all kinds of Sta-


Alisk k 11 .49 x. s it li'.13 T-oo1o fie0-
filltll~ .4ii- t.till u't IIIQS" I ll.'u

V4611llSAI.-I' 4'io'i .. for o':il. a corn-
544-te-' 5't of 1-11 4*4'tu. #.,ioot x Irit :ut1i'. ..
full sa..oliti-l it g Apt'ly iNito 01. 3. 4.
-iftoe rlo. tor t' s J. I1 ". 10. 11Ionit. atitSlt .


Tt-rko- Ot.'oIt: I 11L: I kiost I*,-%e.-' fot'I s-RI r In c
hou'o-e' 4lemillio ,:oN-ooill. It'ooI -o: 1t st,050.
avid Av.-'411ilt o Po bnti.itt ii -m 1int-,t4'' Noox0
bIti. the tittle *11ust. it. 7 Ty -
411ic" & 1"0'.. ut'hol, Not. 3l).

W A T I S.. xx tt~o2 t. ii h, i

A, t- s C; ,11 'oo h1'tO I~ *0~. o,
W~.orks,.. 'I'Fo' h1-. 1.I
Malagi. -, .


iw.I ho T --.1Illn tt'.n.11.1 s fit eItp
It i~ o : -- utt in it t:o'int i t.i tym.-ttbr th~t
t t1 --'' 1% 11 U 11x1111. f.".;t l t lo
meItits-x o t'*''i~ ~ftt' o:o$t


.01 .!i 01'- \V 1i' H t..-'
S i t: i.o t".,: iA I ... .' o


tioners' supplies. Call and get prices.
Ocala News Company.

M ti. I ... o, f lh. : -:. 'Il, .I ,t i l....-
I. in ,. : , \ ,, i'1. .I ,, i o
M i. 1.i \ t '. i t \ t. '*,,[. ,, h J! .,'* i0" iT\l




t .!h M .* .S S ."-,.


h i i,,.\ i' :ro .l. ,11-! t'e l..'"t i.,! ltipi
Ii g: i;'!,r !s o i I ll.lo' i ..iti f I 1, ..o1. .l'
T!lXl 'S


.E1Ie For
WATCHES
And
REPAIRS
-GO TO-

F. C. B. WE-IHE
The Jeweler,



SUMMER


STYLES


Handsome line of piece
Ponds in stocr for swuts


AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

o Vx. lufuxis 1to,'ovI t IA iii.tor
Ito:. ., rn- u-owy .h-wPt. H.

o t. I othj.-Pt 'ein .ot,%- hu*fw;R.


POTATO DRAWERS In --Juniir En.te-vor tii''-trei
4 4., 1 ii.- P',-.,-h.inK tbyo th- i ni is-
i 1 1'-- th, .i, t-' SulJ,-, t The" Ri. h 1M.in .ar.l I.i z-
S ,i ..- 1 l r]. l'us, i '
.._____ T- iiinusi ;li tht-.r- ii-Itih gs\ ill hto
FOR RENT, FURNISHED .. ot.l -v-,r '-t- i< i:vit.-., t, ..m.
.il 1.- \, intih us ;it -,. h ~evit. -.
A r-..t liv#- iroli h ui.s., ith bath. \\"-liis-l.y at 7 4- i. In.. 7ir.ty-r
..i;lt.-eT-;x f ri.inislh ,. l,. to-rit fur th' ".t-- .,iuth'-.l by Iufuu s R..wl.ai.l
Si4iritntor. A ill)y at this offie.
AT ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH


Th.- 4'.itholihs. tomoi rrow, will ,-il--
.! aiit- th- f.-ist of th,- s.t.'r-.-I h*-.irt of
Je-.us. :it 7 i. in. Tho-ro- xill be- :al.to .
tri-.Ititu i f ,' ilay-rs tor"I-;tirtr ory to their
'.,:,TI'S f.- ,t .- St. Philip. N.xt Sun-
It I ithe \ i>'- \o ill I-. ;itlt 4 .1. M. ;nu l
I. !. in. All c'orIliaily invite I.
RP -v. I). l',,ttL: in-i>.

REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
DENSMORE, HAMMOND
TYPEWRITERS
-Just Received at-
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY

Pl-asp :isk your physiciani to send or
If:i\- -.,.ur |.rt-sTrl>ptii,,ivs and orlomrs fr
IArtigsI 'h itu-. We give >ar-ful atten-
ti. iIr, iopt olf-li'very a tiinl the lu%.% et of
liot it-.q. Tyilings & Co.. phio,, .No. 30.

See the wall trunks at Smith's. They
will open without pulling out from the
wall. Great saving of space and trou-
ble. Orala Furniture Company.

Mr. M.1-At-ero of the i ,ala;i Wag'o't
Works is libuilding .1 nle\ l-lix\ery wixag-


I i .''. t it ti.I. ,.f r rIih.iel miadi It'o.. 0til an ul.-


-- ].^' l i Flt SALE A.climate-.I Jersey milch
to" s. it h po lng vlx .vitlsto lin ite

nurnlll ',r oof1 tI| m1, pigs. If y4U xantil
l', f: 'y stuff oft t-he higlhe-s.t lo 'linig you
it l"ltt it fromn H. H. Whitwortht.


1M r. V". I" H--St+r hinst his little. child, !
lI. t lli hlt. The' Itrtlli illn M.. t- l ak.ltit i to
SI.,' ohtsllr this I ftli io ; filioioll for bilri.dl.

O St Icky fly paper and floor wax. Fresh
TO THE RESCUE took just received. Tydings & Co..
"'hu"- ti,-Il ,'- .i t- i sr.-' t I.' .y li. :. i l ,'- phone No. 30.
I,,, i h.'l. "I'l,- s l lK Sl.li,0 lil f i .;i 1. .ti t l t- I
30..1;'. Mr. Jnio. \\. l'virkins.. t prosperous
IV- 1 o ,,. 1 f 'i ot .%iitl n your :sit lh f:irin.'i *,..iit of the klat a;ih;i river. w .%as
I iiI t Iin'-. in lthe- vity this morniir g aind reports
AN INSURANCE POLICY lut little" tin ini his neighhborhood.
xill piolo,.,t ,oIt fiim lo.- i .is.- of ItAY FOR SALE. At my barn in
W .'I lik.- l o t- I \. ti ;tl.,ioil ip ny il;i. aIt ti, ents per bale. F rxam lna-
kindl -.1 i i t ,it,- i \ % t, lii hi t oil ;ait n- i iun solicited. J. H. McClymondls. tf


H A L L PR A W L S & W H E E LE R ,,1 i t. '. -, ,i. i. i t. i.,-p r t- i-t,' ; tis-
Ollla. Flolirida. \ k ; rl it is j i io:lrd oI 1 .-s
0 dli i, lorl.'ihrda. g,-,,,ol x\ rk ;: iii t i. Is'in.', blst:tble prit' 'e'.


SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE


For s.tle. 7"5 >n-'res of as good land as
(.il lto t h:il in .M:iioin iountly. delsrib-
el. Wi; ofi nlw 14,. s.. !1. Io 14, r 22t
v. o 1 lP inlg ;iloiig tlit- ;:in-esville rnoaIt
a ,il tit 4 '.lt o it \- ti1il-0 f1 1', 11 Po"'ili.
lit 'i- is chi;iince. riot it will ie sold
tlflic ., 44ila. Fla.

GOING TO TRAVEL

If you think iof goig> :aiiyh'\\tre this
sniiineii. :m. %l \\inl it gt-I ;a trunk that


\\ ill it' k, i trip -tiii. still hbe ;i
\ lh-i .you11 get I ,:i'k. t-it one oft
toni s.ilt at thYe E .il.l Futinituie
p Wlny.

WILL BUY MELONS


I will Iuly v you ll I lons. Wrile tl
'.h.1 t 1 o1 h.i\- i'u.it lity .ti.t size. whlen
*.011 o ill !,.0l .ith l .\ lh -'-t .'io r 1\t ,* loh\p est
T o 1 -: 1:ik "-.. f. ,. ..

$25 REWARD

*'' :too t :' tol t -s1 : t t ' i. o h
0". ', ,, *l ,. .:i'. ,"0 .0* *. .1 1 i l ot.I.-1 '0.h ,
,' I : i. \\: . i '. l-lIt V:


TO THE WORLD'S FAIR


AT ST. LOUIS
'l'o k : ;t to : ;-st t .' ,o Tln S.ie-.
I',, *. .' ; ; ; . 31: S '. I iy .
M. 1 1.;. 11, .1M .,it t,,m -
t-: y. ..\ .

FOR RENT AT SEABREEZE




: : .


A FRIGHTENED HORSE

0 o ~.
.0 0 -
0 .~ . tx to'. 0~
K.' .o.'. *'.~:x~. *,
.0'~ 0 \
- t..x.~.=.30oo.t s.:x-


;is ,i1 I had;i illn the ,ity.

h:tl:ry Ititllock is out l i;iii toql;ly.
haivilng i,.-.ri4ol flrun his faii nilig fill


of y.-st.irduioy.

Thr. lo:fl of .1 oiuty 'omminlnsstlie-rt
,,iot tliitouglh x% ith its l.ilors Iloltod y 1 iIu l
.i uljouI ii-,Il.

The' excellent cigars made by Charles
i'eysr, the- Milo L'e'o and Randd Roy-
al, ca:1 be had at the Ocala News Co.


.1 istw-ito' 'i'x'i oh-1-ol i ti ilti-ost this af-
wv- i.02 ox-i the lbitoly ,of W30illi~am 1 Itoiti-
ii~i's.tho' convi.iot xxtin x%.is kiloot thism


trunk lk tliot lllllg x\\fi t ll\ ilig to Illmake- his *-s-
thIose- ojB B
FIGHT WILL BE BITTER


'l'TrIo s, who wiXill persist In l 'losirig
th' ir ,-.II's .ig.iifnstt the c(ontinuAil rc lom-
StIt1n tilioiis of Inw. KiIIg's Net%% Ihisoov-
**ty for t ,oiisumptiion. will hive a l4onig
itl hoiitt-i figlht with the-ir trouhlts. if
tot i-ni.,l ,.tIrli*-r hv fattil terniirn tion.
It.- N! \\h:it T. It. Hi-.ll ,of I':sil. M iss..
h ti. o s.ix "L..st fill my xxif"e hail -v-
* y syi't-.11 o o o siisurltioi. She took
lor. Kii't.s N.\w lis. ov.-y after o'v-oey-
thin e ,-ls,- th.i f.iile!. ItnproxvemnPent
t, :i t o'i,, .iit f.ou: l.. lhi-" e'ntirly"
. ir ,'.t hir." bii .u :ii,.mt I ty the Aiiti-
M ,!ioi,,o! ,ly l tti.stot... l'r i.- :;ni,l lb.
'''.I ;olt ,tct's free.


to. to t S l.,- t l ,!.


--TJ. I I;, I I' I ~ tft!o .r1! !






Ik- 'M C -11 jt' ;-!:.,-







HERE isA GOOD IDEA


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


31 .k" *. f the


MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar



GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes


CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor
Ocala. Florida.


MCIVER & MAOKAY


Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Macahiney


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriage


HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS


Building Materials, Every Kind ad Descipti


FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete


THE


CARMICHAEL


&


"ED'S PLACE"


SON CO.




'.V~vii ~ m.'wd te SaEm &u


McCrath's Old Stand M ia

JRebuilt and Newly FUished.&J3 ii


Rebuilt, and Newly Furnished IClulb


FINE WINES OF ALL KINuS, FOR FAMILY USE. HIGH GRADE
WHISKIES, BRANDY, ETC
BEER, ALE AND SODA FOR FAMILY TRADE. THE PUREST LI-
QUORS OBTAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENDERS
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. uuTf
A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF GROCERIES; WITH FREB
DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATE.
ALL ORDERS FILLED ON RETURN TRAIN.

Separate White and Colored Bars at

Both the S. A. L. and up town places.
Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought in
Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the
Lowest.


he &wnicaeR PRiea

The Oa iofaeI & Sn, DOala, Ha


A CONVICT KILLED


A n'-go 'i, l. \\il l I 'ii:; ---v. v.tho
\x. s x oi kinit -,n th h.- I'.i l. Iz. tt ii nrI
rI o l..t tt,'ipI ..t- l ,- ,11 i ;" t !i., l ; r ;-
Tho- gr:l II. ot l hi i-I l.i I i1isI. i It. i i:',
T. to- i 'fii':ii.t too '-.1 |. '.I ,S --i.' a.

t .t. f t Io' a t 0
k il l 1, :
SHOOTINGt t AT TAMPA



M .- !,.t ,, t, t. ". 0..... ,-" \ s. -- -



SHOOTING AT TAMPA


!', T :!.; .. \V i;*- : ... ** :' "' '. "
I 2.-'... 30V ,.,:..:. .- -', .; : ," '


*.. : ,* -. ,i .: . -
0.- 3 0 :. . : ".*.- : .
.30;; .1 ';.... . ." .-" "

S,,.: \V .: '.' ,o. t : -. ,. ,0



THAT TIRED FEELING



00..00o v, ,. ...! :- ......... -


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.


DAME


The Leader in le Csn


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION


- -. Tho otir in:taor of th"
- ^ -'- VELVET BRAND
,Any 'color or flavor.
." ,-r fil*"l *,n I-rn.onfl in any quaS-


PLEASED CUSTOMERS


T,11liInoorp g-oooA ta;-s about our candy
%%w-'...''.., 1.:t- !() print, even with
r- ie50. .. 1."1. I %-, it h ;-rilje. If you
xxr!1 kn' I.-tt.- t5(o or -nfec-
Ii''t~ 3- t10'.'ti'toU5 ~ sw.eet-
n-s.O st.tsos;e-am '00 fo:rn ar. i make-you
~* ~'0 tooi* '.Vbuy. eat
ar. I--..:.t t. I'r.0x.-y S.'etm-tnatAL


-At-


CHAS. E. TAYLOR'S


bIJ


We Ae SUt H gal-ml


and supplying builders with tbh wI r
best seasoned lumber for every pw-


OCALA OLcCUdMMu.E


CREAMERY BUTTER

Th. (.arrnio hael andl Sonl Co. keep
('.,ontioit.uly f'll harir. re.i-eving a freqh
qj ~ ~ t%- d.l *. xo'y. .1. iious. Tpure
I~~~~~~~:- co- rKd' .1InlVlut-.2.ents per
;.oiuriol. kt-j-t ufl i'... Phiaea No. 37.

MACHINERY FOR SALE

.~ ~i~ih '.. L~o'ft.-t in l'-rigth, f",r,


I''nik foii-,.il~t j~loio'i xxith "six






A. tFlanrk.

I IIi1-- twI~ l'0 tilitiL4. is .ii tt 'oxx migh



ill hit. I! wk.' .~r ti v xoa SlS


OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1904


Es'


--


'


PAQa TH'~












vI I


OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY. JUNE 9. 1904


PAiE FOUR


FOR YOU TO BUY

NO. 1.-SPLENDID HOME. FINE BATH. HT T AND ro' ,LD WATER UP
and down stairs; gas fittings, etc. Unly uo.e bl-- k off a,-kla'saha.


CALL O0


i.Live Jacksao vill...... ....... ....... .... ........ ... :1. in.
A arrive M as n ......... ......... .. ...... ...... : p. in.
Arrive Atlitlita:.... .. .. .... . .......... ...... ; ::* lm.
Tickets gsool to return *in .iiany ,'II i tdil i t .aii i ls < t is i;: linug train
leaving ia.t-o i 2:1. :a. In.. :iinI .iA .nil.i 1 I ..' Ill.. Su irl.y. Juli- 114..
Further information fui nish-.,l u|psni ;itli.a ti;,lioi isi .ass it- ge l i tie, le, 10
W est flay strt*t, T-.llili, 7i:.

J. C LUSK, District Passenger Agent,
Jacksonvdle, Fla.


Atlantic


Coast


Line


WORLD'S FAIR BATES


First class excursion rates to St.

and Return:


$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$20.55, final return limit, 15 days

Special ten day coach excursions at very

low rates
Th-ru.h s'....; f ; J s .nvi.- s. I. uis \ i. M, ,t; -'snio'ry and
JI.,,aii \ilh It. I 1 ni. i *\ '... I'H.' r.: .
For fuhll r :itl.: I .' t..* 5. e J. II .'* .1: n' TO ..::i.

U-


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


TItKht1*Ib 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


I. E. REHLANDER,
o - 0 .... A b .


I


BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

*,*. ;til~ F i.t.. Jun,- ''. 1:."4.
Th- > i:. l f"r .Mstri, n i u i;.u t -' ,r! l.i. ,..-t
th:.. the- ,;th *i.vy af Jutt.". !''-4. in :-:u-

1 1:1:1. h t. ,l J S F. tithli ;, .


DITTO FOR PRICE.


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT ANDI ;orI HilFiME. ONE HI-'SE RENTS
for $8 and aone for $is, per Tnmonth; :tAl th:,-e .-xtia li igt- lots: two blocks
off Ocklawaha. A bargain ;it $1W.--.
NO. 3.-1000 ACRES OPEN I.ANDI. FOR FARMING ; OR STo''K. MUST GO
now; I mile from depot in this a .urity. PrI i *-. SI1 l*r *-r-.
NO. 4.-BUILDIN<; LOTS FRIM 5I TO l-.,,. NEAR SQUARE; ANY LO-
cality.
NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS AND SM .1.I. H Sl'fE IN FIRST WARD. TWO
blocks from railroad and one blis k ,off Uakl.-. aha. Must be sold now.
Price,. 500.

Special Attention to Rent Accounts.
Notary Public for btate at Large of Florida.


F. W. DIT]


ro CALL ON DITTO F.

ROOM 12, MERCHANTS' BLOCK. OCALA, FLA.


J. M. MEFFERT.


'. DITTO,


J. H. TAYLOR.


Ocala Ice& Packing Co


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


IPaCrne MXc.L 834G


WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


POPULAR


EXCURSION


-- TO -


MACON


ATLANTA


- $3.50


- $5.50


And Retmn


THURSDAY, IUNE 16, 1904.


Mi'si'"p''if I i -Ssa t a..a.'.t.
.NIT. of-ltatt su t' l-a .I;,;.

t,!*'P%* -f 'at ~l.r.--al.'ir t.ak.-n Isv th- 1.u. k




a- t.tt thl- ttst...-,' 11" a hsI I.s ..: Ill

\%taual ist- $17,1.a n.tking $7- .t* .
.s!; .hirsi I th t ti,.a!l Is'-tIn a

taimir sin th- asU taty fa .a-I t Aft. r
siaattIng the- t.Ia'n al 't1.11, a''tii.'


.-out ths-it- 'L~its.
T p-' hIS01sss.. -of ,~ al it :-'
fasi tsiStsfla *' -In: t'i'u's ittur it"'it th..
h-asa lsus.-S. The- fs' .sS*1.
ft.'r-1 luritil ill- s; ital ina-.tinir tap I--'


atsIe-tit.l I i oakiLt., f,,?- a -*'--
*~ ii lia;tiicat -1., a aa. Th- s -I'.tit j %%ias a
atl-'si jlsutli'.h...l wi A statti.g l'b Lts' f-1,


-s.t IA f Is, Ini Mr. L. L. NM.-ggu ,aof i:X.a.&.
tria tstial sine- flfrsni Mr. J. If. 1t ii1-
s551. ;asking tithe olpa,,r-l tasasssjstIII !un!-
Isi~ia~ttha'- aasrui4sithis sainlittia. .Aft.-!
a'sttaajaa'i Olgth- sjut-sti.11 il t-efal,''
ro-so.lutia iii %'s's'
I 'h.1 t it tht- lasairai ta'lia-xts t %%,-11a.!
11"se-I I.sawill i oi s' ll Ib.- 11*if t1iala ii isat "Tt
146 thi t, '-:11.ia 14aI att-1't1ahigiit i. Owa a.
11s.0.11A Nis Is's l~T-. itt ititas i.4 I.s t:na sa
.1l1zlit3 .t %%--saI[ l sU;alifiI-, asssiataI .
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district is ti ;it:stsl l 1a va i o i" e' fot ,
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Th'l rI',sigsistion f V'. itit. :\ trust. .
of thi I"alntv'illt alistl i t. .inl th.a i.-st i.-
lnatisl1i sof I 4o ga'- Stulit. II.sup I,, ?\ IsIt s'
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th I IiatIliois oft the rt.'saI-S'ti\e s. ho .isis
.i's' h'tsI Ile tein-ti tIo fill th-eir pl.ai t-s.
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i'of Ap.il \\ as txiIIinit-il ja(il foutill aoip -
r,.et :is fllo\\s s: !
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So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierce's
Favorite: Prrescapt on proven in all forms
)f Female Weakness Prolapsus or Failing
of Wo.nb and Leucrrhea. that. after over
a th:rd -if a century'* experience in curing
the woTrt cases of the-se disressing and
debilitating .elments. Dr Pie cc now feels
fully warranted in tffeTr:ng tL pay ,500 in
cash for any case of these diseases which
he cannot cure
IT STANaDts A .LONE -The -Favorite Pre.
scription' stands alone, as the one and
only remedy for thee distressingly com-
mon forms of weakness. possessed of such
positively specific curative properties as to
warrant its makers in proposing. and
binding themselves to forfeit. as we. the
undersigned proprietors of that wonderful
remedy hereby do. to pay the sum of $5oo
in legal money of the United States in any
case of the above diseases in which after a
fair and reasonable trial of our treatment,
we fail to cure. No other medicine for
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments is
backed by such a remarkable guarantee ;
no other medicine fsr womanas ills is pos-
sessed of the unparalleled curative prop-
erties that would warrant its manufacturers
in making such an offer no other remedy
has such a record of cures on which to base
such a remarkable offer.
Therefore. insistt on having Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and turn your back
on any unscrupulous dealer who would
in-ult your intelligence by attempting to
foist upon you some inferior substitute,
under the plea that "it is just as good."
Insist on having the article which has a
record ,if a third of a century of cures and
which is backed by tho.e willing to forfeit
$500 if they cannot cure you.
In cases attended by a leucorrheal drain
a solution of Dr P'ercc s Lotion Tablets
should be used coinjintly with the use of
the "Favotite Prescription." They are sold
by all drugg:sts. or sent poet paid to any
address, on receipt of 25t cents in stamp.
Send 31 cent. in stamps for Dr. Pierce's
Common Sc nse Medical Adviser. Address
Wsait. S DI)IPENSAkYV Buffalo. N Y
Weak and sick women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce by letter f, ee. All
correspondence is held as strictly private.
Addrc-s I)r R V Pierce. Buffalo N Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pcllets cure biliousnesu


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Air Line Railway


SPECIAL RATES


$45.55-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RE- Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
TURN 2'; limited to December 15. returning.
$38-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURNTi'kets on sale daily, beginning April
23; limited retuining 60 days from
date of sale.
$24.20-CINCINNATI, 0., AND RE. Tickets on sale July 16 and 17: limit-
TURN. ed returning to July 25. Extension
obtainable.
Tickets on sale June WI to 15, Inclus-
$15.10 TO NASHVILLE and Return: iv,. limited returning to June 1I. Ex-
tension obtainable.


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RRESH MEYT TS ND GCAM
We keep on hand a lull line of the best Beef, Pork, Mutton anr
Sausage to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc
Caretul attention to orders and quick delivery made.


CITY MARKET


W. L. JONES. Proprie


Atlantic Coast Line Railway Compa


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. 46, 10:10 A. M.

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


For Rochelle. Palatka. Jacksonvll
all points east. Also for 3lacol
lanta, Nashville. Chicago, via
Flyer route.
For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby. Bi
ville. Tarpon Springs, Clear
Belleair, St. Petersburg. Lak
Tampa. and intermediate point!
For Jullette, Gulf Junction. Hon
sa and intermediate points.
For Jullette. High Springs. Live
Dupont. Waycross and all point
and w-est.
For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Hom<
and intermediate points.


E


Summer at


a. .Mars. *'. *". i'urry. hos h.ias l -en
.s'; '-iial i.n v'e-ry tI-;:..i nrt time ; l her
t htihe- t it *'itri. \ iaitli. re-turaie.t hatmne
vt.te-r'l.,v. .1 cnilpa.inii-,l hby h*r hus-
iB;inal. ;. P. t'urry. .
The- follow, trig ,liviie-m* ;ire in tha- city
anVy to.: y R,-s E. \V. l-.rkii. A. N. H-h-
i-'. K. Stilduti. John Tillmian. II. E.
;. "ii. *'. .- J. H. Dil-kersaon
,l,,l I*I1. J1illa.l4 l O .n.
1t+-. N. '. I.\ iianatosn unitr-d in bMntlds
,of hsily v*A.ails- k ye.ste-raliay. R. E Mc-
S',py to Mis .lMina i Sistrunk it the
le and hsotlie- of the- brile-. ;inl the* happy palir
n. At- 1-flt on the- afte-rn.mon train rfr Lees-
Dixle biur.


rooks-
water.
teland.
5.
nos"s-

a Oak.
s east

nan


Trains No. 39 and 71 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
P. & 0. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on
Sunday. Tuesdlays and Thursdays at 11:15 p. m.
For full. complete and reliable Information regarding rates, through car
arrang-einnts, sleeper reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line
agent,. or address.
T. C. WHITE. Division Passenger Agent,
II. M. E.MERSON. Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAIG. General Pass. Agent
Wilmington. Norih Carolina.


SEABOARD1

0 AIR LINE RAILWAY. *

* FOR
Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Plnau.
SRaleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, 0
Philadelphia, New York.

TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. 0

0 Seaboard Express, a
Seaboard Mail.

j IRODERN PULL1IAN EQUIPMENT. U


ONLY LINE OPERATING 0
Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson- U
0 ville to New Orleans.

SFor fall information and Bleeper Be**rvations, ell on any Ageat
Seboard, er write
0 A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
* Jacksonvolle, Pla. U
S 8. C. BOTLsT )N, JR.. Paioser Agt, Jacksonvl Fl. ta,


Ar.\rr.iagie-nitls :a;i- Iwing m;ail|- too run
.5 sp,-'si.s I tra in to, St. Iewuis. Moa.. toi the
\Voilt '. -'.ir *luriing th.- month s*f Sep-
te-nlwe-r. .it sa:re-.tly rt-al'-dal r.ite. an#t
\ithim the- reash of all who liesire to

Th- 'loa>!atig xo'-er-is*- @if thei mVrwrAe
l.,ri' s.h,-il w ill t.k ake- li;'el ;t the
Ii.Hm.- tonisor I\ saftt iarin .it 4 o'0 locrk.
IF.'tryhos.ly ai !;.I it-.t tso .aitta-nd. Rev.
J. S. Tol.l. D. lo.. sof J;i.sk..nville. willU
,*lliv:i-r the- a:lolro-sa.
*F. Me-intion. the. hustling grower. haa
o-nlargel his business and is r*-ady to
supply th- public in choice groeries,
v'*-g.-t:allt-'i. cooi ,Irink.. 'civrif-srtionrery,
*t'. IFro-- l -tlivery w:asfon. YTour or-
a*lr-! .ldisite-,. Irson building. South
Main street.
*L. Gre-n. the lightning shaver. CIM
and try h as shave and hair cut and you
will a;il;a iy+y s'fm. Shave., 10.; hair
< ut. 25.%'.; honing razor. 254.; concave
razor. 7;.. All %work first claes. No
long ,I lay*-i.y; tw#o,- chairs. Next door to
Albers.tine Sm ith. on West Broadway.
e-v. E. \V. iLrkin iof Anitho.ny. the
a-tT, isint st.iT- ,igeiit ,>f the- int-rnma-
tliaosi.l .-Kittry <'onilmlttiny. Is iln the- aity
.ri th.' int-re-st ,of the- s company he- rep-
r.-tr. This orrK.iniz;s.tson iv re-icmn-
a;.' rl-a'to tos ,I. h- l.LrKa-qt ailn') mt
* ,rntill tI- of its kind iin the worwli. See
li an or R-\. P. S. 4i-:1tiT.-rlman for plar-

*ki h~i,! tuinih air,.l R-nj. J.tl-nnett
.$t,:i 1 !I t.i to.t, .'sill kin'lt of *shiow ;anlt
hi.' "s.- s -lI aI, ilal. 4;,-nts' Wits hbel
h.,:f .-',s-" -as -'ri.. .,i,-s' st.ti e(h-,l half
Pa,,|- ;s ,- .-'t Kga-nt.' tI.s k-1l h aif .epale'.
; ,-oit" i i t I k-.I half sol-.
*-',' .A;; "aw k t i.ir trit-.-'. ;,'%- us
, tr;,l ,11-.- :r. the- \'.ill. ni-xit tao Ty-

.\ ,1.1 i .A,4 tiv.- il.ist Tu-elay
*-.."'.:ri in hor,,: sof P-td-r [nstvit S. .
;'.: Ira. F J S.';ra giin .i I \\'illi- Har-
ST irr ,. It *A ". .s:s -xI 0-llint
-.,:' m~aiic .rin l -'.-ry'thi.rio l',.'.*-,i off
: ,'+ 0- 6. T I '#. .* *ti.r'. sre-roaw i.l 4 w -ri
S. tir),,tie .0' oinli i.rll te- rino-rtiton-

.r" : I-'.' r' .nni.- Aye-rs.
..-i ,. 5' .\ i' 5 'i-riat X P. Jt. .,n.l es,
SF.-. '.r "'. Jhno n M. IT. JeWlls
*i" *..:.. |ir, Thornao. Willie
W:'i"'.i>K ;:.- Pro.. Lpor'.- .n..s lath'era.
'ra,'. I-,-'" firrr.;l'h-.! riusi,- for the
S..r.. A:! ;,.s.- to th. young ial-
i 4.


I lash.' H. i La.-Ason'. thirty..#b*


Hot Springs


F,-r thsp v. who go too Hot Springs. Arkansas. for the
b-z.-rit. of health. the summer is really the best
time. Her fortunate location. high up in the foot-
hilis of the Ozark mountain. insures a cool and de-
lightful -lim.tt.. .tnd physicians are united in the
tolii..on th.it the %waters are mour b-netici.tal during
the .ummnie-r seatifn.


One Fare PIls $2.00


Mhv. L A. Maler. Gdm~

The Fourth tof July is the topi of the
day. A
Mrq. Eliza I)nanielst off Citra In very
pick.
Wanted-A well divr/ J. staTr
Aternberger.
*i @ No 2 shingles cheap J. Star
sternberger.
Mrs. Josephine Hunter is in the city
visiting her sitter.
Sever; l new cottages for rLt. J.
Starr Sternberger.
Mi*s lF.innie Richardsamn left yeller-
day for St. Petersburg.
Choice Western beef. pork. etc.. at
Rartuo's stall. t ity market.
For sile Cheap-20.0 NXo. 2 1sha-
gles. J. Starr Sternberger.
s;r-.ait in-lucewnts are offered at
Hoill.aii'lr grtwery on Tucker Hill.
"Fine roe shad every other day at
Tompkins' stall. No. 10. city market.
*Call at the Mack Hos Ar cwe
portable lodging aad board at reae
ble rat*. West Broadway.
I-e cream of A.ll flivors every day
.it Tsmpkins :and Brooks lee cre-tn
garden. ;,o ;in.i enjoy yourselff.
;i\ve Falai.t'as grocery ;and market a
Salt .nil .-tiur- the ha-st tr:tle,- in his
lirn.- that .Ian htw fiuitirIl nya here.
*K.--p in m,-mnory that the Mack
liHous.- furnishh*.".* met.ti at the followlan
h.'urs. from 7 to 4, from 12 to 1. .nad 7
to S.
SFOIR RENT -Three !-room houses;
tws, 3-room houses one 4-room house;
tione 5-room house. J. Starr Sternber-
ger.
SFresh water bream and trout. alt
water trout, sheephead and bass. and
sa;lt a uril mullet and fresh oysters at
J:tke Thonimas. market.
You \ ill ni.s.a .a gr"a-:t opportunity it
N*iu f. il tls t:t ke in the exinurtioei- lto
..tiks.nLill tv- er the 14. AA. L.. Monday.
Jun- 1;:. iRatl. $2.2'. round trip.
'rh.- u -,l.lin ic t-Ils in -tnat hii-ala
f.sll-'1 to i irm l..t l -%iniiira. The rope
%%.is lr, k.- a ;.i' tl ihe- -l.ailw-r lu* t. A
r, .ir.t. f '- t.,- i i yn a i.is e f-.. i f-


For the round trip throughout the
s.ummer.
WRITE FOR BOOKLETS
GEO. H. LEE. S. L PARROTT.
lGeni. Pas!-. Agt.. Di'st Pass.. Agt..
Little Ro ,k,. Ark.. Atlianta. 4Ga.


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