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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 11, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03013
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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EVjENTING


STAR


Volume 9, No. 312 OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, JUNE I I, 1904. $5 a Year In Advanc.


TEA


born 5.

BUFFALO CHOPS
WV,- h.ax- tlso- ; Mix-I Tt-., in p'-' "
age-: f.c'. fer a half i punl--i .:.i -n-
did drink.
If you \,ant 4l .1.*l
re-li;allt usp- <'h ;ti.,l ;:t 1 t:,., n'..

AT THE

TEAPOT GROCERY


For
WAY011Z


PRESIDENTIAL PROSPECTS
Of the Diffeent Democratic Candidates.t
Hearst is Now a Little in
the Lead



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We will SelH


OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING


at Actual Factory Cost.


THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH.


H .:,. : f. n, Come and Get a Suit Before They are Picked Over.
1' i a. .' l.... I ;. N >', -1 xi i .K. o --
o' o.. ..'" \iW ".I J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY
t- I k* v* -1! 4 '> 1 I. 1i ;it. .0 u i.. I
in l.t N.'-.% York. T'I-.n-- ,* *. l .2 i- --
:" **sl.. A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE MELONS AND CANTALOUPES
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WAR ON THE WORKMEN R. D. FULLER,


Cripjte Creek Authort:es and E-mploy-
-:rs Say Worirgmen Must Qu t
Union or the Country


D NTIS'T*
Office Al.~ urroe & Cbamblila
B.~rk. Ocala. Florida.


J. CHANCE,


DE NTAL SURGEON
,i>.a.e Ups-airs Commercial Bank
Bu.:I.ng. Oca:a. Florida.
TERMS CASN

W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
;.*-,-':a attention given to the treat-
n-en' of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
ea5O-(- ot V on-tr, an Children.
Ocala, FIa.


And I Ie I. VI! t -1101" I1frke cver T ding7 Drugstore. Of-
SD.-it vir.,iZ Z ,i .i 1yl,,n. My1 driving ponies. Kitty and Hattie. How Growers May Dispose of Them to force hours from $ a m.. to 12 *.;
...EPARSf"nip. m. roep p .P.
y i. gi\ .11.i.ss.i hus-.etts.ii 'I' Th.se -ponies are well bied, being about the Best Advantage m.sdd dO Main St..
S TO- ,. .. i\-Cl 'is.,n.in. three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth *r,*dene a t
Th- Ulniistruntel st;tt.-.s a,- Alt-Hamiltonian: call go a mile in four VWat,-rfi-l)nl a ii ",antaloupi, shippers-. .
S B .' ,a e kd ,nne n in y ,lu mloJ t, me a,1 let me, n .
il,-'..) l0i.c.th" 4,f "S'uniUi. ,,klahiona. minutes: are very kind and gentle; car fr you here O' th-tr-tk.
SMichigan. .M.ntan.a, Ntbra.ska. New' be handled by ladies or children. The. th r yu hr th
Hamplnshire. Ne-w J--ys..y. l'nn,.lva)nia. are well matched in color, size and .. Frank. 4,l..l;t. FlIa.
South oarolna awl al,| rt of Florida. gait; are four years old. Price. $3,00. f
Kansas.. Ohio. Mahint- and oregon. B. H. Seymour. POTATO DRAWERS
The stateme-nt tvontinues. "The ac- Whi1e yrur family is aay for the
AND tion of '4oloraoIl. Idaho an-l Ha.aiih FOR RENT, FURNISHED Fifly *'-nts a tho4usandl.. mmnm-r l.-t u! put your plumbing in a
'duruiing the l.st fev days has given Iala Se- Store. nitary condition. Your trip away for
TYP aWx hi-- William Jbndoliph He-arst a complete A neat five room house, with bath. -O *suTr.rr ill do no good if you (ome
MISS B. N. SINCLAIR ;lead over all competitors for the presi- completely furnished, to rent for the FOR RENT AT SEABREEZeE s anl breathe sewer gas all win-
Private office In Commercial Bank. dental nomination. Mr. -Hearsts summer. Apply at this office. he Florida Plumbing and Electric
Your work in the above lines oliclt. friends throughout th. country are en- For the season, or all the year round, kn pany.
Speed and accuracy guaranteed. !tirely ''-omotidlent of the result. CREAMERY BUTTER a splendid hotel, with fourteen bed- The Pain -
"The table shows that Mr. Hearst has rooms: best location on beach: com- for s It will effect
S" IMst pledged delegates. asid- from his The Carmichael and Son Co. keep pletely furnished. For particulars and i ..ure the time- required ,
FISH OYSTERS ; R'at strnh in the other ielegations. constantly on hand. receiving a fresh to see photo apply at the Star office. ibhy any other treatment. For sale by
both uninstruc-te.d and Ile-lge-d to soomln supply every two days, delicious, pure HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS all druggists. You will find a well selected stck of
I have fresh Bottm Fish andone else. who may properly vote for Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS roceries at
Mullet always on hand: him. The nventi still t be held poun kept on tee. Phone No. 37. One Far Plus 2 fo the Round Trip UNION MEN BOYCOTTED CARMAN C .
e ipromioe.s added Hearst strength. Illi-
Cedar Key and Crystal Rivernois. for example. might today be just- WATERMELONS FOR SALE Tickets on sale every Wednesday and Victor. C'olo.. June I.-.Merchants 3. North Maia St, north of city
OYSTER ly placed in the Hearst column. for the Saturday; return limit sixty days. and other employers are freely signing tet.
EIIED FreESas DAoY r.ason that three-fourths of the dele- Have 30 acres of melons of the Eaden The Frisco Syitem. in connection al agreement not to employ union men Specialtles-
g ates to the Illinois demo-ratic state and Glossier varieties-a field In qual- with the Rock Island System, from in the future. FRUITS AND VEGETLABLE.
Opened and delivered upon request I'conveintion ha-ve been Instructed for Mr. ity not surpassed in the county. Will Memphis. offers the best route. I CHICKENS AND EOGG
Hearst." Isell in the field or f. o. b. Call on Dr. Write for literature and full partic- 'TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
SEE ME, I CAN Remember the place and rest a
SIW. P. Wilson, over Pittman and Son's ulars. S. L Parrott, District Passen-, e r teat u rt
FILL YOUR WANTS ; AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c. furniture store, Oala, Fla. ger Agent. Atlanta, Ga. Wonderful things are done for the ; we wil treat you right
W.L UCKE human body by surgery. Organs are W. W. CARMAN & CO.
taken out and scraped and polished and .
Cft laife If you want to get up early and feel -
put back. or they may be remove,' en-
'good all day take a Little Early Riser irelybes are splice pip [ tak
Ior two at bed time. These famous lit- T r ,
i tle pills relax the nerves, give quiet I the i lae of diasea se ettionis of veins; S U
*l restIandxH reh serep, with uen antiseptic dressings are applied to
.1 "et and refreshing .l.ep. with a gen-" lon,,..Iu,,.,.,, bruise .s ,- ,,i- S T Y I F
tie movement of the bowels about ---------- wunds, bu; n". bruises and like injur- S | E S
tle movement of the bowels about infammatin .ts in. hih
CMKARPETER AND NUILER breakfast time W. H. Howell. Houifqs- r 1 ue0 t h amatio 1hea 'thunt mstuain whh ;
--- rrTex. s "l0 yt ^?r a Z H ONR.,,.. I ,,- Ho,. ,, .o Ises- them to heal without maturation ----
Offers his services to the people of Tex. ys nEarly-thirre the time rju Lre UX b.
best pills made for constipation, sickir by JiadMo=
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line- p el made by 'ne I the old treatment. chamberlain's s Pain,
If recommendations and good work, hS ee or P h O le ,alm ats on this sam- p-n.'i.. goods n t ck or
count. then I feel capable to make es- is an ,nti.,ptic ;ad m hen atppli`,l to tr> nou ad
timates and carry them to a successful M W j h injuriYe ,'ause-s them to h,-al very; We a*n I -
itsue. J. 1)D. Williams. THE MAYA WAR OVER j quickly. It ale allays the- pain and;
No. 13S. S. 2nd St.. Ocala. Fla. Fla. res. Keeje a bottle- of Pain Balm
l i.,io 'ity-. June Ii. P-e,.si,,I,,t D- PHONE NO. 25. - Ocala, Fla,'- v""o hn... anit i -y.,, im.All A ders fl a
,,..,, iss,,, ... ,,,h l .1., an- ,, . .. n.l mo.e-i, y,,. not to. monlt-ion th. in. on- -io Uy
Bi.READ]z CAKFuif- l ln the **ni ot the t1'v-' wsr i -- - vnire :in'l tufeine xhih h ".h. n- fi afMe.d.
_the1 l u;tai, el"ill" sui f outlr ,ou'y"ar F J e '

FAC G E IES~ .CTEr RI" V-;i'"---C"EDW ARDS BROTHERS A coNSIDERABLE OF A CHESTNUT, 't
FANCY GROCERIES ACUTE RHEUMATISM Mer t Talo.


F~otr the tiest hTe.1d. caIkes
and Fantcy Iji u'ceriI, n the citv


FRENCH BAKERY


MACARuONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR


V. B. POTTS


CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
S.iactm Guarateed
Address


sOX 1l


Opposite City Hall


OCALA, FLA


P. O. Box 374 "..,e.


H. R. HUNTER


--and- -
LOCKS1 ITH
ReMpallg a Spec alty.


a*am POO resume"


* i~2l' ~ &. t~a. 2~th~. 11h S-1 -xt

RUSSIAN RUES'ALL RIGT~'.i


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A FRIGHTENED HORSE





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DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR DEAD
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DEATH OF MISS MORTON
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AT THE CITY MARKET ,' ,: ... ..'

Leading \Wholesale & Retail Butchers s, .


WESTERN*AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEA
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE


J. .1. MEFFERT.


J. H. TAYUL


ITS

E 109

JR.


Ocala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.
3PbLoxne o. 04.


A STRONG HEART


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RUSSIAN MINISTER SHOT


WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS ; V --:...:
., a'v-i t u- ..; - .


SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES A COSTLY MISTAKE
Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of ,,
Florida
EVERYTHING MODERN ;"

II M OD.E'. F< I.1!. I TI e k

Address HORACE F. STEWART, ...


GOODALL,


FLORIDA.


P r. -


NVI T'

Cream Vermffuge
~TUE 69IMITEED

WORM

#'REMEDY
TEC~HILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC
g6*40s 04r @UI?*YIONS.
Ballard.S now LnIimeat Co.
ST. LOUIS. MO.


LALEXAXDER
Practical
CARPENTER AND BUIDE
Caw'l oe, rranc- mads. on all contract
w(.? k. ; m. re~r and botoor work tot
~h r~i~ hnany other man IS
town.

1, A. Colyer Bo0
MercantTailon,
Ha,.L !'-()k 'r-re ofthe tins'.' a'sol--
M(-r!- Gf ;..n for ho>Alay s'.1its
ev~ e'-~~dto th'- (ftra~a pubi:e.
S:~.- a~~- uaranteed. C~eaLing.
~.'.tg a.- rpa~r~nr nat~y done- Pall
ar~ :'r in~sto yo'.ar l,,k~ng
B'.-: -.. '~r he mons'y In town. In-
r :!t'-d No. Z. Nor-h Main
w ,'cg. orb of Ocaa fIleumo


as" ods"a"of~ W I


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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE ~. 904


EVENING STAR

C. L. BIl'lINGER & CO.

C. L. Btt.rger and R. R. Carroll


C. L. BITTINGER.
Editor and General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL.
City Editor and Business Manager

"AND -OUR BOB' HE -JESS LAFFS'"



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, ; ". .111 I.. !.-, .. t ',, h h ,,": ..... ,:..-


FINE CIGARS

The Normra M titin--z. the C. H. S..
the El Solo. and the Famra NX'a final,
four of the b.st ;c. cigars male in
Tampa. and many oth-rs to be found
in T. W. Tr' xlo-r's cig:r case.

All.n K. o I, ..-t h i- *-'lt lish- i "-bl
1l--timz .ar.-n. y iI J ksonvIll-. \\his h
isf iriuI .- i I:.s lmi-th,-t. .in, ] proiviis.ess
It. I. v%-ty -ft. *'.i it in its :..-ults. Th*-
fo-a.tiure if th*- syst-.rn is :i h;tils~min-ly
latlit-l irnI m u,' h l*-i-n,.I ",\,ral
w igon. whi .h t*-Ill it, 11 1 uni'c- tain
tom -s. \'. o h.i s Ts iI -ntinti s .:;**. If. .ft**r
sufrafiu l It i ,i t:. .- f th- i i,0imn th.- :;at -n-
c y i4.Is ,lg,::Inst y.I noli .jtt.-nti)t.n is I.;nil
to, it lh.- %'irolil%11 \ ill hiul.t yourti front
ei t-- ;init th.- tnml-siiit l-.- :tt--nt'., tih is1
,it .m r t o> ; ri. ,,*r \I i. t tii si.>fi forts'*'S
him t'o .. :!II .; s *li is
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GOING TO TRAVEL

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WILL BUY MELONS

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IEA$ and LOUISIANA

Direct Line to
NORTH TEXAS
NtW MtXILO,
ARlZO ,v-%
and
CALIFORNIA
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E. P. TURNER
General Passenger Agent

Dallas Texas.


JOB

PRINTING

Neat,

Quick,

Clean,

Artistic,


Correct,
All Kinds

Price Right

THE STAR
OCALA, FLA.


A RARE QIO:TL\ITY


THE JACKSON VIXUP


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EMBARRASSING PREDICAMENT


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JUST RECEIVED-


250


FOR


Pants


$2.50


They 4re 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 Store



O Commercial Bank r

BRANCH OF
COMMERCIAL BANK. JACKSONVILLE -


? CAPITAL
INTEREST


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DEIPOIT
RECEIVED. LOANS MADL EXCHANGE BOUGHT
AND SOLD


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWIEl.ER


PINE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVER


JEWELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


OCALA


FLORIDA


Elegant Millinery


JI I .. T.o 1OJ:IPKINXS

Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of Millinery in the City

Her :~ -e L'ad the w,,r!' ,it ..hinn. and awa\v rill be t,,und
there the ntm -t exi' i.te pr(ductiin f mi,,dern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATIONS

An Exclusive and Beautiful Line of Dress Hats Always
in Stock.
S. RESTARANTe v I -. the.' t\:cs.



RESTAURANT4-


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SHj-LD '%O,'. Te:S


Georgia Southern

& Florida Ry
"Suwanee River Route."


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES


7',O ROLES "0 C-'OSE FROV


,a D x e F e- R:te


A SPECIAL FRQ\1 LAKE EER


SEVEN-Y.-FIVE ACRES
CHOICE LAD


OF
FOR SALE


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Delicious Hot Soup Daily

Dining Room open until midnight. Personal
attention given to special orders, anything
the market offers prepared for the table on
short notice. .

Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar
Skilful .Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Viands
Spec.il price to Regular Boarders

THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO

At McGrath's Stand



T. W. SMITH & COMPANY


Carry a F.i L ne .c General Ha-d4!are. and are now open for business is
t'e Fsrei O'd Stano. West of tie Scuare.
Ali Goods New and F rst Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints; a
Co rp ete Suwy' on Hand. Oits. Lead etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tools of al
K nds. Everyti-.ng in SI-e;f Hardware. T.nware. Agateware. etc. Sash, Dooe
and Binds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Ranges--noe
better: Wire Nett ng. the American Field end E;.ocd Fencing. The Leom
est Pr ces Wi;: Prevai.
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Busines. Familinaries Us
Wsth toe Wants of the People. Your Busilne Solicited


Pair Men's


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


- i50.OOO.OO


T PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


Machants Block-


First Class Meals


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OCAL EVNIN STA. STLRAY. UNE'*-'9041


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PAGE THREE


OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JLNE ". '904


OCALA OCCURRENCES

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TO GIVE AWAY

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SOVETHINGC %EV 1% OCALA


WEATHER


FORECAST


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CIGAR FACTORY


-GRAND.

RkOYA t'


%'ILO DEYO
H gitest G-ade 5c. C gar


GRAND ROYAL
HAVA\A CIGARS
In Fbe S zes

CHAS. PEYSER. Propr'etar


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MCIV R MACK Y


Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Mae ery


Wagons, Buggfes, Phaetonsp Surreys,, Carriages

HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

Building Materials, Every Kind and Description

FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS

Phosphate Plants Installed Complete
mmmmummmmm


AN INSURANCE POLICY




HALLt RAWLS & WHEELER


THE




Ing
0=FRAT-_5
Double DaiiyTrains


Usectric Lighted Throughout
Birmingham. Kan,;.ic. City
Txa-.Okiahomaz.id In.11anTerritories
Far West ail Nortbwest.
THROUGH SLE-_-P1N1G%"0.1R SERVE MM THE
SOUTHEAST TJ M7",4P-'-i;S ANO
%"Ns?'s L 7y.
ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Viwurimi ticlot% frmn Wantp. Ga.. And
lKirminchant. Ala.. t-i I-m1% in
%4.Uth1A4'%f:.:n %ale fir.tAU-1 t h ird
Tur%,, % f r.- IS moitith.


F. E. CLARK, TaAw fbass-q AGT..
A--4.14TA. GA.
S.L.PARROTT.
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTAGA.


Pure Rve tastes
old because it is
old. R It is a
,%%-hiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "'written down
old with all the
characters of
age'--meffow-
ness, ripeness,
flavor.
There are sevml so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys -16h2t 2re not
Marylnd Club. You
can t,-.11 t by the U&e-


--


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SECTION ELECTRICITY BUILDING. LOUISIANA PURCHASE. EXPOSITION.


Wh"n H; .1-ul t. sn-kt- 11-f- NUIv- Dey"
Pip.. 6c. cigar. All piin. ii-al
S. I- M. 0*11:.% -.I I'- !1!, -, It:. I*y
-It* T 'I- Z!Vi:-

see J. rzl." S"..! i.-" ......
.1 T '%X";! I T ..,
1. 1111. t !. .1 S 1 I -'; .. :, ,% I,

h.s- .1 aie:. T! .1. Post
store.




SAI.!: AI


The ,;ffFt,4 ch;'
option chairs
thal' !h, ywrt( t., -,, staTt- ha
tvtr st-n Jut r. I,%- Melver &
.,-at-Kay.





WA NT I I
1: 77. t.


TO THEIR


RESCUE


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t -,rc. E-
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NOTHED FGR".CBS!'


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Club


FOR A HL.%DRED YEARS


1


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77

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-cit.


FIE WIES OF ALL KINwS, FOR FAMILY LSE. HIGH GRADE
'O.'HISKIES. BRA*14'DY. ETC
BEER. ALE AD SODA FOR FA'oqlLY TRADE. THE PLREST Ll-
GLORS 013TAINABLE ARE KEPT BY US. SKILLED BAR TENDERS.
COLR7EOLS TREATVET ASSURED TO ALL.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS
GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT
A CAREFULLY SELECTED STO CK OF GROCERIES: WITH FRE&
DELI'wERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
WE DO THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER BUSINESS IN THE STATL
ALL ORDERS FILLED jON RETURN TRAIN.
Separate White and Colored Bars at
Both the S. A. L. and up town places.
Our Liquors, Wines and lReers are bought in
Car Load lots direct. and our prices are the
Lowest.
VV4e AA.1'vvvLWm 3P3LeomLm4o


TAB 08IM104881 & SOR 0009 008189 no


~


CA'z


J&~rOSOrl -.


rhrough Sleepers and Dining Cars
BETWEEN
St. Louis and Mobile.
it. Louis and New Orleans

Ask for ticket. viA 14. 0. R. R.
N! -p. z -.. :. 7.,


r -._.. 1.~: I


g ~. -: :. A : .


THE CARMI:CHAEL


"ED'S PLACE"


McCrath's Old Stan

,Wv.IamW Mxx:)O:m Mc;yUp.Lx:I:m

Rebuilt and Newly Furnished


SON CON














PAEFU CLAEEIGSARllUDY JN ~ ~0


/


- 900."

T1-.-;


N. B. BROWARD

Who WilI Be the Next Governor of Florida



W. P. EDWARDS
At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable.,

in Season

City and Country Trade Solicited

Free Delivery Pbnne 121.



FRUIT& BREAKFAST TABLE


Mai P9Ris t OwNt Remedies, Which If UTs
Judikiously, Imre, Perfect Health
at AN Times.


Aside from the pleasure of eating
seasonable fruits before ib-einninz the
first meal of the day, this custom has
undoubtedly arisen from the we.l known
fact that nearly all fruit and more par-
ticularly plums and PRUNES contain
natural laxative principles which act
directly on the stomach and bowelq.
Constipation, that dread and trouble-
some complaint which is undoubtedly
the basic cause of nine-tenths of the
dyspepsia, indigestion., biliousness.etc.,
soprevalent among our people to-day,
and which, if neglected, surely leads
to more complicated and serious or-
gani diseases., can surely be prevented,
and when not too far advanced can be
absolutely cured by the judicious use
of the modern laxa'ive and cathartic
California Pri;ne Wafers.
They are n t a pat -at medicine in
the ordinary senie of t.ie word. being
compounded from fresh California
Prunes, which every intelligent person
knows is trul.- nature'< laxative.
A dainty little i.iater, always the
same, compounded in a hgh!y con-


centrated form from fresh Californt
Prunes, they are a natural dissolvent
acting on the contents of the stomach
and bowels and not on the organ
themselves.
They regulate the Liver and Storm
ach, Cleanse the System and Purif
the Blood. Cure all Bowel Troubles
Biliousness. Bad Breath, Bad Blood
Wind on the Stomach, Bloated Bowels
Foul Mouth. Headache, Indigestion
Pimples and lDizziness.
Every .household should have it
family package of CALIFORNI.
PRUNE WAFERS. and at the fin
si tr,*f approaching illness, or whe
under the weather, take a couple c
wafers, and the doctor'.s bills will soo
be much smaller than they are now.
You can cat what you please if vo
follow each meal with a (,ALIFORNI
PRUNE WAFER, which quickly di
s.t'-e the most indiLgestible food, an
helps tao carry it through and out of th
svstem in a gentle and healthful mat
ner. without the-s.ightest pain. griping
or nausea. 100 Wafers for 25c.


FRUIT IS NATURE'S LAXATIVE



California Prune Wafers
A Natural Disolvent and Cure for

ULIOUSIESS, CONSTIPATION, DYSPEPSIA
and ALL BOWEL TROUBLES

Far Better than PHI or Purge. 100 WAFERS, 25 CENT
SOLD BY THE ANTI-%1OOPOLY DRUGSTORE. OCALA






LOW RATES

TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.




TICKETS 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

InO I. E. REHLANDER,

J I.uTa""*. Trav. Pass. Agent.

j our.T: No. 18 W. 9th St.
Chattanooga, Tenn.




IfOETfSHONETABM FOLEYSIfONEfMTAR
Gmnes Csldsr Pevests Pssumrsla *we cfta a safens, oads. **


H. W. LONG THANKS HIS FRIENDS


I *~~4* :!I v.,

T'- % . .- f T . .

4-h pr.-!5







'A --its 1 -;i i-'tt s 'I-: .1 T .t-'

Ih ,x ith. t,- tst kin, I I yf,-- Iings. a -II
ni '-'t hli fulll% *,a-mm-na-nI thpir it -


-rti't %-ffl ,inflieitt.i',p n '! -l fii-I top top it
I -'xt..iA lh-t rtfilt-It .enris--ratiee)n.
As -I nt -rsf th..- beer-l -If 4 i'tIlty
'r~ft-'ei-f ~.in the.- ft~ur*.. ;istinth-
pisi. I aill havo- wo o.-n.-rnie-s too ;4fli-
i-h -or fii1--Ils to, -'-' itdi. Tho- "in' st -its-
.Ut111 a'tiz-1i. .1% u-Il as th.' inoist prnm-
m-ti ;shil h,,%-,- my o1 f -vfinei'tl" 'It-n-ol
it 4 ani--g I~vl. gjv.,nn I stanelSeUI
Iv upin tsit%.!-" r-e srfin th- oeeenstrucltiesl)

iti n,..s 'if t he.- 'sunty %% ill j i'-rnu f%%ith -

-ci :is ts.i ssum t-- t h'.-gro-atte-st


I fa I N. II-,:Ini uilluset- my b'st .-'tr lzts
t-1 S-0 ji~lt o-fot..sul' 4.0111ut hius" xvi h in
Ill-, Iia1t tNe Y-et.Is. ii;" c tnee)'-~rn fl pain
(of ;irvhit*'ifu-. sop as too gixe.' a eseinfl'4-
,iil um etif.- tee th- s-vr~ai e efirers ect t he
4 eountv. ci env.-ni.-ntrt watiting I' "ems fo)r
\% ity ~sti-s twfie.fcete t ha gi~-I jury. ;m4'
.Isfuitloi d. tfice- tsr t h'ojudIge ()f th.-

I tft'csr :1 just. utliifeft formal -eiiite
va~lIatisef1 set all #of p-sce ;roperty :uin'l
;I., -in ~laI-alvy e ef I;,xe-s t her *e in it he
.t.. -.slt I.-S aif t h' i. -ejia.xill fe 'initi.

'.aiit.. I'. th- 4- liar-I f e'e t % 4ti. eli-



I -i iX*ItII.-'if I.vcttv of efwit ~ 'e,


If It -I ii1) y f f i ftI -t .Ii I ts 11 ;i h v.- 1t4ileli .-I
mt-t. dutst. Ilh,-,Iii'uiin',ts xINil IwTheim -
1' r-1 tI "lijsii it I Il. J'- f t Illy l~ii 3i~

-4.-t ir -fin 'iti--"-lfIm-s in my -.eiunt%.
-t ti'- :iii1nitieer, lilrioutgtlij-1bleie,1.1-
*1S~ 11-INX o'sf ftil.- ill t- o 4stici st.of
tuic1li t 1,e.1.s ifti-mllt.yW. iiitt I.fi
4'.. Nx'hi' ht he~x.'. it -insrst.-,)I%-sysetil.-
.ifth Ill-e1-f lt t!lli;ZITtf in:'ds set tll- 1'-'suit-







Ith.-ls'. T h*, fe'r-:" it ef*.trfflfef-1v. itWi
1.1 .1-11'tt.11111-is. .I.Ille-y sight. I*Jr -s.N4 i-

li i.AOh l~'ii i e t1-o I-fftmi4it t.i i 's

fi- of my ft'1i1mt ly 'fizo- s .






,ivIV. Il 1-.1 -.S -1'1I
RESEPVS TO TE FRON


FLORIDA WILL BE REPRESENTED

In tie Maneuvers on Manassas Battie-
Feld Next September




I, .. i ii .

," l .. . :e ":: 1: f ,. : n : - "

".'. 1. ti ,i-.trs th-. .-x: .-r.-- r-f: tr i.-.: .-

Th- !-vi-vf in, Iu,-s ..-ry ,:m ,f th-
S-:vi -. tth sf th- r-ciu! 'r t,'oos;. .in!
*n It;o, : ,uhl', ,,,n. rising : th" *;l:vi ,i'o
.of th.- E.ist. an- in, iu'-, .* th.- st.it-s
iln th. Atlanti. ,io-iast.
M.1 in: ssuis ;.4 i 1'i:::!i:i. s:xt- r-n !nth .
'rn \ V.( shine;tn.
In .il'!i*,.n t'o the 'r-r.u,...' irzll thh--
! est.- nt: it ks:n- i'n th,- ni.iiy tr-
mn.ikin ig o, -l i 0iin r-io-ss it the- t.ig-t
% Tth th- KriA%-J,,-,s :n.,; .ir. v ill
!',m ,'-t-- in th- gr-,it sh,,ting nit-st
which will tiak-* ,'ll;.- shol:t!y a.ft-r ithe
r-.vi.w at Mn;iassa;is.
It i~ -s .-iuni,- I that 'aFr't Ril-y. K.in-
s.4s. ill be .-s-l. t-i lI foir the- rifeo- inm.ti-h.
I'nIt-r :i re ,-n t .t st"f i'nls-os n$".-
4i5ii hi\-' b ,-eo aipi,'repri:itf-,l for th-
;'urpoisi- f 'cond'iu ting th.- -.pnt-set. 4-%. -
-r:l thous.in'I of \vhi h :tri- tio hb- -x-
,on-~-.I in f-riz-s. boeth in th- form of
mont-y .n-l In ao l;ilt.

CURES OLD SORES

"\Westnor;,lan.l. Kan.. .Nl:ty 1.'2:
Iltill,irl Snoew Linimnnit i'o.: Your Snow
Iinimn-nt urt l .in ol.1 sorre on tho -iio-
sof my thin that %\ias Suppo)Se.i to be a
'a;im'-r. Thsr%- so '. Ia stu 5ttlierti an
xeiul l nwit yioil to treattm-nt. until I
tri.,l Snowv initir.nt. w\hi'h *iii the
xi ork in short ,r l-r. My si.t.r. Mtrs.
Siophilt J. "airsoi). Alln.sville. Miffin
ceinty. I';i.. has i so.i ;inifn miStrust?
that it i.- t ;ianc'-r. I'lis. s-nil h-!e .i
ie l'. hottle." Sol.i by the Anti-Monorp-
oy I Druestorp.

YONGE. THE PLUMBER

f1" Sl,, y. S -- lilth ; i,->!l-' hlllu t,!- of


COURAGEOUS COSSACKS

T,.kio. Jun.. Ii1. .- ortii:.g t th-'

Fi'h:t .ii .m y in NI ni. I'i t < K ii',k:'2,I
flih- -I'IV',- iut .i.in t,;- ,toe 4:.- '.!iinri -
*I j*-i**'i-s .ki' : ii h-s ft'.ou ht ,!y
*'.ss!.' ks :il l iouf.iiiTf y. lbut
x hi, h ,i,. i,.li-li iitt .. ..is- th iln t-o
occupyy th- :itt-ntiii ,f th- J.,ifi,; .-
111it1osis Th- Iu.l-S;.is --li- I .l nutn-
lt,:- h:t -'lly Ill t lth.in *0,ii !ml-.ni. sui .-
,,,r,- ,I ly 1 ni im i t.tin ll.ittery.
Th-ir o[p-;itinis .*xt,.n. l throu houtt
h-I listt i. I of .Ai Y.ing .in.i S im.i t.
in I th.-ir oblij-t is to, int.-i f-ie. ;s nnmuc h
,is pos-siil. \\ithi tIh- J.tip.in-.- provis-
ion tr.iins. Th,-ir -forts hv l ltrox\ -n
futi!- .nI. n!o nli11.ie ht.ri bh-. 1ion1-
'xI.- pt t th, killing r of eta ntnl,-: of JV.Ip-

Th. Riissi;ii r,- nnot, ri;'. pirtl.s
.io- htol. ti th,- point o .i-sp-ri'tioln.
Th-y ,n-isft i hi,.;!3 o'f '. tni oe'fii -rs
iii'l :i h ,iilful ,f n.in *\ ho .er- ;. ilIii.i
to t.t, T, iI.'y 1-nti l t .*-. uf i' ifortlnif f -
ti.,n. Th. v n\ .l i;.t. 1l,,,lt!y w within th.+


:.i n. .. .. i -,- !. ; .l it" ,. li. -:-.-.,.. h .-ii.
mh' lt" .y n "' .. .

SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE









A Y D



ALWAYS READY


RESOLUTION IMMINENT


525 REWARD


REMINGTON. S'%ITH-PREMIER,
DENSV'ORE. HAMMOND
TYPEWRITERS
-J.st Rece ved at-
OCALA MLSIC COMPANY


TRAIN NO. 78. 1:10 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.


FV- r t.h-e- P ti~ttk~t. Ja'-kmonvl~le and
Q.Aj'a'e for %I:!,on. At-
la S ,-h %I'Itf-, tiii4-ago. via Dixie

F--a- L--s-'turwr. frocrn. Trilby. Brooks-
.- i u: 'n ';ar:ng,4, lc-,crwatpr,
S' i. P-i-: Ibuirg. Lhstkelanaj.

F- J.'.~.- : e;.fJun 7;1,n. Hc.mrota.4-

7' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ v -'-. .' v Oak.


J~~~~.~ J. .... n. T r n. H ri2'ia~ra


* --4 *~in .4 c'~rr',-v 1-~- : .:- P:Nr a
P ~qA 71tfimP.-:* T f -K-y WV'st an']Havana on

'b r. r'. .. :f'c '' t'r..--ih car


-.N: f HIM :n s;I'--1 .ri-v Ag'-nt.
H ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r M :n!E,.O. r-- w J : -. '-~~lP~q r


LV-,.e: a i . tb e:ts:-'as d~gtoe


R. W. DAVIS

Who Also Ran for the Nomination to the f rnor


THURSDAY, IUNE 16, 1904.


Special Train via Southem Railway

L v" J,-'ks,::ville ...... ....... ........... ....... 9:t'o a. m .
.A rriv- M.1 a on....... ............... .. ..... .... 4:. p. m .
A rriv'- .\tl inta .. ... .......... ........ ...... : 3 t p. m .
Ti-ck-ts o.-.1z to return on any r-g uli:r train up to annl in.ludling train
living M. ian 2.13 a. m., anl Atlant '. p m. m., Sun,.y. Jun. 19.
Furth-r info: m iti,.n furnished u;,,)<'winpliation Pass,-n.-r Office, 109
Wt-st Ba.y t:f-t, T--tlphone -43.

J. C LUSK, District Passenger AgeAt,





Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company



TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904


DEPARTURES FROM OCALA


J ~DoToTakeouirp ef


1~fj 3 t iv' if ,'.,u area*victim

Dc''t Do ft. It's Dangeroam.




HERBINE

to purey'.- Ai a il:.- -A-:6:yrarnt
anda!! jWm ili ~dney a ,:i- .;r u pa.1
TRY IT 14)-DAY.
30 Cintaa Bottle. All DrwWP&L,


_ __ __19p,


_ r -- w


AM


I ILL


PAGE FOUR


OCALA EVENING STAR. AUDY UE 10


&"W I -. I An






OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE 1. 9G~ PAGE FIVE


7


"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"


The advantages to be derived in buying from a department
store are certainly greater than those derived in buying


outside from separate


stores.


You can find under one roof


everything that you may need, and, if the weather


is not


pleasant, it is not necessary for you to go from one store to


another to get your various articles.


That, as you know,


0
is


at least convenient.


Then again, in buying our stock we are often enabled to buv for two or three de-


apartments in one place, and, as there is a saving in doing this,


we give you the


benefit.


The office work


is not so expensive


in a department store as in individual


stores, for one bookkeeper may keep the books of a large number of departments, and


so the expense is still further reduced.


What is the outcome of all this? Simply the fact that we give YOU the best to
be obtained at the most reasonable price

: D R Y G O O D S 0 " ID 0 0 4P0 0
As you know. our Dry Goods Department has in it everything that it should have, and it wjuld
be useless to enumerate all the good things it contains. It would take too much paper, and be-
side that you already know pretty well what we have.
IF YOU have any fault to find with this department. we want you to tell us about it, and
Fll we will do the rest.


YOU are satisfied with it, we want you to to
do the rest.


tell your neighbors about it,


and they


MASTERS,


HEADQUARTERS


FOR


DRY


GOODS


"THE H HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"


OC~AL 1A,


POI


- -


7I L


IF


will


In
in


PAGE FIVE


OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE Il. '904


D


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PAGE SiX OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE ~1. 19~


FOR YOU TO BUY
NO. 1.-S-rPI.I II H' *. I: FINE LA. H. H '" .N ** .I ,V. \T:P. UP
ar. 2. ** r. -* *.:s. i ; ..'?. 'r.y -'e '. r .I .*.i


COLL 0O


OCALA OCCURRENCES


AT THE CHURCHES

Eps:cccal


Bact st


TOMORROW


- 4


DITTO FOR PRICE.


y IN. .;: IN :S .-: .: .\ -. \N ":. *.". -- " : -:9

:. : -. .
|.,.




Special Attention to Rent -ccoijnts.
Notary Public for state at Large of Florida


F. -11Il.C. CALL N DITTO

ROOM 12. MERCHANTS' BLOCK, OCALA. FLA.


C- st an


4, ." .- !:


C


AN EXCEPTION


i 4 4


~.4. C


"A prophet is not without honor, save in

his own country" is a proverb that does not
always apply. For instance about 1000

people in this country do business with

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

Ocala, Florida.


-..


/ 0 00,
'I


WORLD'S FAIHB ATES

From Jacksonville


140.65

533.90


44
4 4 4 4 4

*I,
:~4
4 4 4 . . 4

444444
444~44


... ,.'.- 7.50 .


.' -1 5$20.95

Southern Railway

World's Fair Route, St. Louis


1 444444 444442


- ..4~v


#4 44 J4.


41r p. I444444~~4,
I .4 *41.tl. *44~
U' *~. .4.:
j44 ii'14 .4.


*1


\VY N: N x K .. :. k .:! .. -

".* ;. i .I. '1 .' M.I*1.. .. 4 ... ,4
n M 44 M 444
. 4 4..- ,.4i', "! M .- ,:..

;." *', r. .. i ;.',. i .... :V i. l .. !
. 4 "* 4 :* 444 :4 1:4 .* :'. -* k -T !
!., l:. ^ . i f! ,, ;' . .. :. ',. 1; ; ;: \ < ** ,]
, ili $li .: l~V.

.\ Sf ...! I :. :. : .1. ,' .M ,'h ..' .< ,..,'T
*) .,: ... 4 ,,,,4 :.,' I. ; \V.. ,

ATLANTIC COAST LINE
WORLD'S FAIR RATES


I~, ~' : 444~
.. .2 ~ 1.
4. .4 4 44. 4~4
- . 4 .4 5 4 .. ~ 4 4 -
4.. 444 4


4 -.4 k -
4 4 .1 _


4 4 4 4 4. .4.4
44 4. 4 .4
444 4 4 4
4 4 . 4~4 4 4 \I.4..44
4 1!.-.


A STRANGE WELL


- 4 4 -4 4. 4.
4 I 1'. .4
*J.4 ~ a. 44 1! .2'. -


Presbyterian


47. : i
S; !.


7 47. 4 X4V44 444-,h4~



444.?'' lid


FIHT. WILL BE B 4ITTER1II'',

444 :1 4.4 N .


JAMES P. TALIAFERRO
Who Will Succeed Himself as United States Senator
- A


Special Sale

of Sewing Machines
We have a '.rge number of seeing n'ac -.nes that hae b en used-some
out tt e-t",a '.e \, c'ose cut at Barga.in Pr.ces. T-ese mach nes have
beer t"crcighi'. over-auied by exper enced v.orkmen and aii .-.orn parts re.
placed and made as good as new for service. Each nmach.ne is adjusted. tried
and guaranteed to dc perfect work before it ;ea.es our store. Can be seen
and tried, if desired.
We wI. sel these mach nes very lov. for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents fcr ti-e celebrated "'New Home" and "Wheeler and W;-.
son" SeI;ng Mach'nes-with or without but*on-no!e attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphoprone and 6 Records for $5.
SPECIAL ATTE .ION TO MAIL ORDERS

Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at

"SMITH'S"


Ocala


Furniture


TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS


* , :. I I -


WORLD'S FAIR RATES


V a L. a- c R. R.


PECULIAR SETENCES


). .. : ICCKTON
Who Made a Splendid Fight for the Senatorship


D AMAlE

!- -e C-ea'v,
*.'EL CCO'V4E S C izT;C %
-Y3 O-.'P=T:TI0ON

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J. R. MARTIN & CO.



GENERAL LIVERYMEN
Fine Carriages, Buggies and Traps
Drt anns, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES
Horses and Moles for Sale. Horses
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate.

J. R. MARTIN & CO.


FRESH MEATS AND CAME

We keep on nanc a t:.. .;me of the best Beef. Poitk. Mutton and
Sausage to be had Game in season. Fresh Vegetab.es. etc.
Caretu" attention to -rders and cu;ck de.:verv made.
CITY MARKET W. JONES. Proprietor.


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KNIGHT TEMPLARS-
ODD FELLOWS

Tie Last Opccrtunmty of the Year to
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Geor~e MacKay,


President:


R. L. Anderson,


George Ford,


UCHO TE TOU CCuA EEDKNX SEVENTY-SIX MEN DEPORTED
Florida East'Coast Ry. -
st C \st y. shington. June 11.-Presidlent The Strong Hand Rules in the Centen-

LOALTMECARlNo.56. In Effect June 4 1904. lt has ask ,n J 'hoate. nial State
S ambassadorr t,,o Eniglan.i, t o suoo --,l At-


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Sp a 29


-.3 11111. WIIOSRTN D-AS UlP. torn.y-G.;enral Philander o'. Kn.,x. ap-
M-- -- -- -poind to the selate-. Acting und-r the o-,l-rs of Adjutant
I STATORS *.- o 4 -Gt-ine!-ti-iA Shermian B-ll of the Stat- Noa-
Daily |illy.
I D; I tional 4;uard. a spi,.il train was mniadet
a.L. ... ..... JsaAeouvl:.e .. ,rb bo, T0Ip HAVE YOU A COUGH? m 0 r t y t i
't ....... ..... ~ lacksonvlie ......... .........Lv *42& I p up shortly ofter noon y-sto-rday. in the
S....................... St.Autgf- A Uei. .. ................. 7 t OA I0P Short Line yardss iat Vitor. for the ie-
. ............... .. ....... H-etint s. ......... ... .. i 66 1 pV A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syr-
. ... .. ...... .. Pk liatka ..... ... e.e 4 oup ortation of s-venty-six union min-ers.
-- -- up will relieve it. Have youu a cold? A
piAr .. ............. P itk ... ... a ....Lv t lu t p r e v The tr.tin ioas 4. inmpoost,-l of .1 tonow i-
'.L .... ... P al.ka.. Ar 7 5 r* dose of Herbine at bedtime and fre- nattln l> iitg;il. tir ;lll twov *i.t .o;to h-
.8.. Mo Lv --- a~" :quent small doses of Horehoun.d Syrup
.... .. M ..................... L uent small doses of Horehorup s. Almost iinni iat-ly the ork of
a .. ealate Ar TUS p during the day will remove It. Try It n. They .ere
fovr whooping cough. for asthmafrloadin the n egan. They %o*re
......... ...... ..... ... a 0p fr whooping cough for athma, for march to th- tai bet n h.vv
S.......................... ...ann ... .. ...... ....... 5 P consum option. for bronchitis. rs. Joe a -
p ..... ... .... ......... D u m t .... ..... .. .., f l 0 lines f m ilit,,,v il 1t.lputie.s.
....................... Or ........ ... 5 3|& M1 Mc<;rath. 327 E. First St., Hutchison.
......... ....... .. D trr .....- r i tu;ws- A cro,.l >it" tully on- tho0usanoi oeoo;ol,
p .... ...... .. ...... Port 0: n . .... 44 ,a 13p Kans., writes: "I have used Ballard'.
r ............ . Nw syr .... .... i 4 a p orehound Syrup in my family for five Ihs! I, .-At-,1 t th.--n
p ... .. ........... .n lk H tll . .. .... ... 9 .ho rl. A.-1in li th- s .-,, ctators \ i-re
p ............... ........t... .Tt yvis .... .... ... 3 1* l 13- years. an. find it the best and! m ost
S ............ . i.o ... ... ...... 1. t p \ iv tnj siste- f:the s .;itl inioth-rs
p .................. .... R ktl .. . 2 27 1 :: ; palatable nmelicine I ever u ." 25.. ,f t. .-
p ............. ..... .. l iu .L .. ........ .. ; 12 0 -, S ,!,id by the Anti-Moonopoly,
p ....... ..... .Mllh, or:*. ....... .... ..... i 1 44a 1 a er- v1 arv .>NTetinix. M1othe-rs. sist.-I
i . ..... .. ..... . t ht i. .. ........... .... .... . a o 0 1 i rugstore.th
p ..... .... ; ..... ,1 ,. . ... I .! 2 i i -inl s --th.-., ts i t, .' lhyV-. :il
p ........... T .... ....... 4 r push h ou h th n. ;: w-s fo .
p ............ .......:1 9 4 ROUND TRIP RATES p ti hn.Ish k-.
...... ...t'r- TO WASHINGTON .1;,.>o Ho.i is of this ity h..l l-.t.,
p Rn'. p .1 3,p p a
...... .. ..* : 2. a
p ............ ... ..... l it., .... 4 -- inf..f.-l of th- *I-* 3.an too 'l-oott th-
S ........... ... ... p Th Atl:nti, st lin th- .ii, kt sl i til iinin- iiit.-ly tok steps to s-
S..... ... ............... l r . ... o..... r 4 -) i i e. J s .* i .i i -
P o.. . .. "', a'y S-r o y t h, inminut.s th........!7 n= :
P ... ... ... : .. .. I t, ( ,i .. i ,, i ;,, -.h ',tks..h ills- T W shin n. ff-rs : ,, \Tt ,lst.i -. !,: t in-.u h
P Ar .... .. ... .Mlar1 i I v 4 x sio3 l (t J. ks .;\ il F W sh- o *t thls Il- too giv" Ilh.. su* lI' hill..


O i Aioiu cI'*.Y DIANCII.


10 a Lv..... Tittavillsi .....Ar 125: I3 .I.1!'1Lv N ,'wrivrrt r I15t. 7 3Cp
523.~~n A0r.*u~ ~ .P *1c 10,
8 as L. .. 3ivevprtee .... Ar 1 6 ; : t . ~ ~ i~.ci

91b Daiy KALYP'3., -t-,a-
Uafty Delly. czreewtDaily [Waly 5a'.-Itriv Jl:yS't
onl ftday B -- 0 :1
on 12p* 3i:!vJes ')-Ai oo 4 1, 1G p 2:
a p i 4-Jw-cinav ir
A Q 10 M :1 P&Si-o. if.ach .i a 'i .,
ax241'11 14a Adtantle Ree4h 61.a 7;. 2 3 35:
aU 77 1 .p 1 p3 08 p I &a r. X a y p ,)fl L v 4,paa4 2 :S 0 p j 20~

PENINSULAR ANDSOCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COMJNECTICUtS AT M;AIRI.
OLM 001CTION OAKE AT mIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. L S.COJPAIVY FOR
HAVANA AND KEY WEST

7threeTlme Tables ehow th* tUrn's at wbleh teal i tomfy tv-..ew i a-Ifad 'epoa-
IMM he dasI 1ral e~a baa s kegltr ir rltral or dJepar-ure &,',I- lmn.s.'.II- ..":c
ferd... shiCoempany bold it.lf responsbleito- any ~eeas ..r any-.od'-. ,,r. h,*

roir Oewp of the LOC&L TIME CARD or Ot her Informatiost
-.SEX TRE TICKET AGENT.-
X. D. RAMNUR, Last. Gen. Pam. Agent., ST. AUGUS rlissM.IFLA.


SEABOARD

Air Line Railway

SPECIAL RATES


$45.55-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RE- T k-- .- .-. :- ril -
TURN ; .: :


ttizi n tol 7t--tiot n $:'7. 'Ii~ke'-' l.m .I ,11 't. i i.jo I.! ti-i lt- totoi0
il-I. t olw 't .ti;III, W 'st oh 't'.o l.Un111-t I-t I-is ;-ill,! x~l1 .

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J .t k st i \ i I 1 o .! 4 : 1 1 it o i i t s t \ V : z h n L \l I ; I t o k I : .I t i t' ,I i . ko
F ~ ~ ~ ~ i j NA I l 0 . i x ~ - ij- S t A 0 0 'i 4 ith I I- - o Ply ', i


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FLORIDIAN KILLS HIMSELF

Robert R. Mi;ler Commits Suicide in
St. Louis
St. l. lis. .1111- 11. In ,t fit ,of t;-n-
Ito y iy i i tii y. Itnit yt i. .M ill--:. :-t I-,l
tiflt l-tii .,'Irs.. h 1'S* t'il,- ,to St. Lo. ,ii?


Vit" II.rm L--.oh liny. boss t T Sivan.arp..A xN -k IIIllhs lt'f- .oti-1 o-I
tolo. o ;' nit it *-e lii .his !i f--hi't hio.: ot nr-I


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UNION PICNIC


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FOR GOOD ROADS


Ass:)ctat':mtc


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Edward Hiller,


T. K. Cuistian,


Herbert A. Ford.


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$38-ST. LOUIS. MO.. AND RETURN-: .


24.2C-C;'NCINNATI. 0.. AND RE--
TURN.


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FARM FOR SALE


THE FAIR


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$15.-0 TO NASHVILLE and Return


Vacation Days in




COLORADO


Through Sleeper service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day


LOw RA-ES A%.. SL V%'E


GEO H. LEE.


S DARZ--


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They'll get it there


WE WILL SELL
Co.cn.st tickets to CALIFOR-
NIA. OREGON. WASHING-
TON. IDAHO. LTAH and the
GREAT NORTHWESr


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CHEAP

D -g 'a-:- and A:r ,. Our
r,.te ti-es .zu t"z ~ugh ST.
LCL.,S. KANSAS CITY. COL-
ORADO ard SALT LAKE
CITY.


-THE SCENIC LINE


OF THE WORLD."


Vaee yo..r arrangenents now.


AN ALARM CL


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T-a3e rg Passe-ger Agent

MISSOURI PACIFIC
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CHATTANOOGA. TENN.


W"il. ADER'ZON


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c~etit i~~tI van" .4o-"0what I VK out

,OCK FOR 25c. y your Jmm45you


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f:i i'.l .l: iAits iin Fl", i.i.
"Th- .i onlmtt -.- in ,th,:o -ur has ;ar-
: :ii e-, 411 iltt r sti!;K .nl, I|' ,isin< ,r-,-
i. ttn.
"S'-' .il fr te. s ,tt all hl ot-l t.
'A full :ttt-nl, e- is m.trn.lstly soliu'-
it,*i. H. W. Long. Press.
"J. W. Whit-. S-i.. "

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
o.ly ,-l.th api'Iations. iS thnny ltcannot
i-. ;h th- *lise;ts.-l portion of thte ear.
Th-i- i.4 only ,on- wv;iy to cur ,deafness.
;t:'*I th.it is.: hy constitultin.ial remedies.
I*- tfnit-ss is tau.Itsed hy ;vn inflamed con-
*liotti of ith mucnious lining of the Fus-
t:.thian Tubl-. Wh.n this tube is in-
tli.i- yowu hav-. t ru mblini sound. or
imtiT fe-t h arintr. and : hil hn it is en-
ti!-|y .*|Ins-.l .i-i;fn>ss is th- r-sult. ,and
uinl-ss the inttlnimnatimon can b> tak-en
,ut :,,l this tule rnstoWl to its nor-
n. ,':tniithia:. hat Ving \o llt o lo .strooy-
-1 I',r.-v-r. Nin .. s ou- t i f t,-n art,
S.:s.- I >by I' it.tr,'h. % hi h is noithinig
to Ii it .-ltt1nm t o* o il n ot tho' mu-

\V", *\ i .riv. *,n- H'in,!,. l ITollr-s
;',, .iny .:,s.. of 1*-.,,lr s <>.tu.,-,-l l,.y
. ,'.,: h th,:t .n .,t Ih 1 1- .y H :;1"*
' ; : h :'li;-. '-n :', ,:" ir,' i *:. fr, ..

S ,. I ty ,17 e' i.;ts 7. .
Sii..< ,n ily I'1.:ls i:-- Th-- .. tit.

WILL TRY TO BREAK OUT

Port Arthur Squadron Will Try to Join
That at Vladivostok
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.,, to i- i-\ th.iit I F pi in- f r th.,
: ; :*- it th- I".:t A1 th s. ;.i l
:* '!..* .-\. -;iT th.n th, r'.': 0,f th-. fr t:-'t..
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>h.- \"!,,li\,. t,,k s.r] :I ot,,,. A ft.-r th-
...*, k,,.li ; t'..-:- h.~ 1..--n o-11 ..w I. th-
*:: :*ji.:- i I; i.. .i i w-h w H; : \\ } -. t I
l; t;n \\ iith Th.- V iO ,,!' s lu- i-

T l.-- t i, t ;h.i th- *| '*;n s tr: :;s ;ire
*'.!;-- .Il i nl i s i-" I by .t J~i p.i'*'*- t !r-
-. !,, ,.1 i: ,tl. l!. ] '. h i. h h 1 -i 4s-
..i .. i t hi s.it* '." T i n,, *,f th,- Il-
:. 'v !**-. ii i!r *- i th- -fif-
ii :' ,t th.- Th |.'+ i: uit th- r .us-
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CLOSE CALL FOR THE CZAR

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ANCIENT CHAIRS.
The *rm I eat% l th- pame he
t;arl, Illlolrie Times.
. .- :.. ..: .**t : ** :... a.:i stoor -
... : .-. > \ .,:.. !11 ... r w ere in
h. ', : '. i,.- ... .. :..' *..i,.- ; *" **0 .na
n ,,-*-* ..:: <. ; .f ".i.. .:.T.* *i :! prP -
Lull .e *i.:i.. \1 o.. ai d 1 ;..* **;irly ;; .; : p. *.* i *' c "4ow

Up*:n .<:. ;.. .1 stu v:;, -, ,,r f'r,;, iu~ :; .111 r ~i:;;an 4-
t;.-i;ht,,s that ;ar, ..;r.t ii n Eurorpean
Liule"::.is. T'he Egy i.;iti tldeiti" arep
sa- i*tl .netvriiy otn lra.iiaite blocks. the.
ba, k-. o-f wL..h are raised a few inches
only. .iving a distant rt-esnilplani to
a cl:a:r. That tL-. Egypjia.ws l.iha se.sts
more ,irufortabie ft'r domueic- use is
pos-.i.lel, but we have every reason lt
sup;po4e. athbn.;lih thy pose...d.l A
Li.gh degree' of c-ivilization. tliit hteir
idea: of holuie 'oifort4 was not that of
modern tiuine.
The '*mbnmon people probably sat on
block'* of stone or wood or s!raw:ed
about on the ground with seoni*% sort of
carpet that als-o served for a bed. The
Etrurians. ancient inhabitants of Italy
before the arrival of the Romans. p-
pear to have preferredi the rerlinlag
posture. in which they aire usually raw
resented on the sarcophaguses in the
muleumins.

WHEN YOU CAN'T SLEEP.
Just Prerend i'ou Den' Waest oa

i'oul Siem Drewp O.
When we are kept awake from ow
fatigue the tirt thing to do is to ay
over anti over to ourselves that we dip
not care whether we go to sleep or saC,
In order to inimue ourselves with a
healthy indifference about it. It win
help toward gaining this wholesome
indilfere.nce to say: "1 am too tirel to
sleep. and therefore the tirst thing for
me to do is to get rested in order to
prepare for sleep. When my brain l
well res-ted it will go to slAep; it can-
not help it. When it is well retted it
will sleep just as naturally ai my lunW
breathe or as my heart eatss"
Another thing top reiieoinl er and it Is
very inilporT:int-is that an overtirtol
brain nedIs more thlin the usual nour-
ishallenit. It' yolu lave leIn :i.vake for
an hliir and it is three hours after
your last wii.:il t:ike half a cup or a
cup of hoot milk. If you aire awake
for :another twoo hours take half a cup
more. andl .. at inte-rvals of about twb
hourly. so lonS g .11s y'1i are awake
throighouoit the nihlit. Hot milk is
nourishing : iiil a .selative. It is Dot
incolsivenient to) have miilk by the side
of one's bed. and :t little saiuepan and
a spirit la p.-Leslie's Weekly.

WOODEN BREAD.
It Is PolShile to* ake a Palatable
Leaf From Sawdust.
As loonig aio as l.'%4 P'rofessior Aute-
rith of T;illoiiiei succeeledl ill makiMl
a tolerably ;:uud quarter loat out of a
deal lboa:rl. Everything .soluble was
removeol by maceration and boiling;
the w-oAl was then redluel to ftbers,
dridl ii in ,vten and ground. when It
had the taste and smell of corn lowr.
A sp~ol;ge was then made by the addli-
tion *of water and the sou'r leaven of
corn flour. and it was hakeil and found
to lew tltter than a com npound of bran
and oorn husks.
Woo,. tlour lotfleld in water forms
also, a nutritious jelly. which the pro-
fessor toiolnd bIth palatable and whole-
omi.-, iln th+- formn of gruel. dumplings
and i>; i Prof-sor Itr:amnlI hiia. also recorded
the ii.oking f loreadl front mti wNly tiber.
H, .ays: "Il'f itre ue is a -peit:ien lm-
portl froom !w.t .'* I'n. S..t'ili. the chem
rl.ttion ,,l tw. -, n thel, c.,i|,,,po ition of
sttar'hl :ond, llinitre, the ,o.,nversion of
tL'- 1..tt r into lbr-:id lo'.s not -*#*iu 1 o
rt'ie rk1l. ,." II. :i -+ ,.;in.t praise
thile uii~iht'y ,,f -~ ,'hl l>>:' d.::I


F Rock Islang
System

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AG EIGH OAL EN STAR. A


CONSTIPA1ON
,'d1'0Tye T I [*uft4 with chrvnf cw.
UtI.t 0,n dd .haurin this imn I k., to '. lA a i
ita;- tlion <.f arm water "L,.,. ecevy u4 h.r.ri 1. .* r.
I al'. L. V an set,,u ,g n h. y ,..w. .,. A an v I
tr: .1 < ar -* .. ard l.K aT I am a w.;i an
|, ,i l.*- l, .., Tlay kc'I.. I ue.., (. a,'r.. I
, ; .1 I ; * .... 1 ,i i a l;that ti., l .,.r'.i-,F Yua
eam ui t..r .h, t,.Li.af i.f1 .ra:- r ian'f. .
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Plant. Palatable. Potent Teat. G. nD, I Good.
Never ei-kn. W-an orr lr i ... v.
sold in t.ujk Th.- c-nhe t, ta -.'t *'i.tnp<'l L' ; C.
iuara,.t-t. '-Ij re ,r ye, ur m .r tr.tk.
Sterliat Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 0o3
MEAL SLE, lU U N L llXES

In lhI 'Circuit Court. MIiri'n Courtyv
F!'!.,i'l;t -In C'hanicery.
Tanil'a I building and Inv.-stra.-nt Cornm-
;any. versus S. W. Teagu'-. 't al.
It is ordered that the dJefen'i;nts
he:-in ai.imed, Hope L. Still, S. H. Still,
E. PI. All-n. Bertha E. Allei, Joshn I)
L,-itner and Felix Leitrier he and they
at.- heitety re-quired t o appear to the
bill of complaint in this cause on or
iforre Monday, the 4th day of July, A.
1 lV.04.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order he publishe-d in the Ocala
2iSar for eight consecutive weeks.
This the 29th day of April. A. D. 1904.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.
By H. C. Sistrunk, D. C.
R. L Anderson and Wm. Hocker.
Solicitors for Complainants.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4695. Laws of Florida.

Notice is hereby given that Ernest
F. Brooklen. purchaser of tax certifi-
cate No. 120G. dated the 6th day of Au-
gust. A. D. 1900. has filed said certifl-
cate in my office, and has made appli-
cation for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. alid certificate em-
braces the following described proper-
ty situated in Marion county. Florida.
to-wit: Nw% of ne%. see 19. tp 15. r 23.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the tssuance of such certificate
In the name of Tropical Land Co., Ltd.
Unless said certificate shall be redeem-
ed according to law, tax deed will is-
sue therecn on the 4th day of June, A.
D. 1it4.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 2nd day of May. A. D. 1904.
8. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.

N4 TI'E OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section % of 4Chap-
ter 4%S%. Laws of Florida.

Nitive is hereby given that S. P. M'c-
C'lndon. purchaser of tax certificate
2**. -.'.2. dated the 2nd dlay of June. A.
I'. 19"2. has tiled saitI certificate in my
otlice. and has made applih-ation for
tax dte-i ts issue illn accordance with
lawi. Said ,c-rtificate emblraies the fl-
lo,,ini d(1es-rile.d property situated in
Mari.mn c -untv. IFlrida. to-wit: IA1ts.
I to 1' int.. 1l.k 2.. ltell.lview. The
a la.ind lwing ;'Stsesse th- issuin<,'e of such cortitl,:ito in the
i tie of p;irty unkn own. Unless s;i't
*. ii. .uit sh.,ll r,.,l,.'mi',l m,- orliiur
1, :"isu itIx ,l'l. \w ill i--su"* th-1",+.u on
t;. 'ith ,t.< of .Tuly. .. A r. 19-"4.
Wt\'illl*t *? rnm ofi< i ll slien..ri!' :iln.
, .1 Ihi- ih.+ 7th ,it"y of Il.u '. A. I .
S 4.. ". T. is iunk.
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LA GRIPPE

Pneum3mm foolew Le rippe
but f folneow the me of

FOLEY'S Honey
iYl Tar

It stop the Cough and heals thme lngs
rieg" Pneumosia ad CousampeLm
i. Tacna&. eof In Ogood lt.. Chia
eIsm;: I*y wite had hla &"-ipp d It left e
with a m b ea4coaeh on her Im- wbli
bar. 'mes ae Ta seared ee plslw. "


A TEST OF FLOUR.
t Is QaIlte ra Important Evemt ln
the Big 11111k.
TLe letters XXXX x\h; :cbh *<,-orit-
our flour l A;is are a.1 *-.r'-e sof nIL.-erv
to tle aver.tge house ;:fe-. !ut gt-t there
very naturally. in the ,irl.--t flour
a-ills -everal tet.s are gleln aill tflour
snti out. but the trui:il t-.-t the t:itk-
ing trial. In a kitch ii ;::a' Led to the
flour iiills. wuh.bh is re-. i..enlfizLt with
Shining ipua. eiecric ovti ;aid whit',
cooliinlg lwourds. ith-re are lo,;ies of
bread made daily froli thI- ,:.irchlt
..4i;l. s fe t'ouf r li 1 hav lh'e j-tt Nee%:
gruitl. Co.tks air,- kelit the year
roiiliii for this ipurpioe. for ;is ii;ily
as "iUly loaves are 1ui;ile mill ia lonle.
Ex:.;0lly at 3 o'clock in tihe afternoonn.
after th i bread is i tole. t. Iwle-.i lil l!-
ers tile iltl tihe kitcth ti i.4 l cut :. i-.1 ;;
spect tlhe different ioave.. N, uiall
kiws w'ich flutur lihas coiie fr:~ni hi
mill. so the test is ani iinp:,rtliia **'. A.%
vote is taken on the lest. lo;(f. a;iil ihe
flour froti which tiat wn.- ia.tile is
marked with the nuysteri,,,- X's. So
greHt hlas this busine'-s of *.s;in: tliour
become that one great mill ihas tetinit
roolis to which stialiles of gr:til are
sent Trom all over lie I ii!td States
and Canaida. These wininile. are iialde
Into lbrtid after going through ai iiiiihi-
ture tour umill. After thel read lhas
been tade the package of grain is seintt
back to the miller who shilppel it with
full directions how to mark his flour.
whether best or second Ibest.

THE LAND CRAB.

A esim Trick by Which Pacise Is-
laud Xatlies Catch Them.
In Fiji and other l'acific islitinds the
natives have an Ingenious plan of cap-
turing the male crab. The native goes
out in the late night. and when he
bears a crab at work up a tree he
climbs up some fifteen or twenty feet
-the tree is generally a hundred feet
high or more-and ties a large wisp of
grass round the trunk. The crah. hav-
Ing finished bhis work. hurries down to
his partner for a feed, traveling back-
ward. as usual. When he comes to the
treacherous clump of grass, thinking
he is once more on mother earth, ie
lets go his hold of the tree and of
course goes down smash. breaking his
eag and getting stunned, to fall an
easy victim to the native boys who
come round with their baskets in the
morning. The whole of crabdom ap-
parently regarded this as a mean trick
when It eams In first, and they are
now very circumspect on their expe-
ditlons. so that few are caught in this

nla his bole the land crab makes him-
self a comfortable bed of cocoanut
fber, and be makes the material up
so well that the native women burrow
for It, as It is found useful for many
purposes-pillow stuffing, the making
of chignon. pads and other modern
toilet "fakings" which they have now
picked up from the mission stations
5ad towns.


Won His Appolutmeats.
When Hoke Smith was secretary of
the Interior he was especially gener-
ous to Georgians In the matter of de-
partment .lerkships. It was generally
conceded that around the patent, pen-
sion and land offices one could not
throw a stick without hitting a Geor-
gian. Senator Voorhees of Indiana
had been trying to place one or two
Hoosier constituents, but had failed.
One day the senator came along whis-
tling "Marching Through Georgia"
and keeping step to the tune.
"What are you doing that for?" ask-
ed Hoke Smith.
"Just can't help It." said Senator
Voorbhees. "It is Just like marching
through Georgia to come throumih .your
department."
He got the appointments that day.

The amei Patterson.
Tompkins with a "p" is not more
significaut than P'atterson with two
" t's" f tradition is tip l re truisted. Ac
cording to the ltory that h'as come
down from the sixteenth century. the
Pattersons all sj e'ledi tei\ naliie with
one "t" loefoore Qt ueetn liz:'itlcth set
about uimrkinag those ,of her sil',jeclT-
who left tIhe lincuet I':lthll'! f faith :iad
cast their lot w l1th tLe' *i.ti-chli o4f -E':i: -
land. She in lt edI lhait all the i'r.'t-
estlanit P'atitter tonse taikiA toi tlit.eiieitlves
a se5 oiild 't." anil Stit t' 'lhat tilie tit1iauy
bave f.iuoWe that aI.:ol, of sil,,lelit
the nazie.- I.ondonii Staniilrd.

C(olerado rpringE wrBtpr.
('oluora.l n S ritL.-. '* L.%- 1 ,v t ir-
est wrter of ;iy 'iy-it ii l,,. I,, '- e+,
St:'t,.I. The .Supply la deriv, l' fro' E:
resrvtoirs anti 'ii es on the -hi.l of
Pike's peak. whichli :ire feed I,.v .r-'ii s
lnd1 mielting snow. C'heii o<-1l ;i: t:. '.
of the water have reirpezte'lly .th,'w it
to '1v purer than that -of nny 'ti t or ,ity
In tt:e country. due to the f.i<'t thit
the supply is derived fronti s al. :in iil-
titude as to make containination iin
possible.
Her Awfml Blander.
Tess-Oh. that's yovur new hat. eh
Je3s 'Ye. and tiiich a bair %-I;Yt "tly
$1 What do you th:nkL I dr.'i''"
In to let Mls- I;r and she pretendeld she wasna? .*er-.
ed. Iatln't ev,-n ask how :ntuch I p:i'l
for It. less N . -le s :. or, ,:,!'t L;; t e
to Y'i'vi' for ot'' r ". :i- t..a1
tag T.a:rketlSl $4 1-" 1 .. I.. I l.h I 't !

thbe.lutrl teont"ned.
Mrit. Jlet:ki Are ': : "' -'
fled with v.'ir a .-, .'-- Ml- ,":- *

I ho.t, ;iast a p :.- ', o -",:I n

her no-<* at it lli'hai lph'.a Il.eld er.

A Matter of Business.
Ili": e!:t I ...'1 .1Y u ait L, .4't exli.

14ery f :.* f pa..:...
C! M r '* I .'* ., '.r 1I' t at
tw.e... >. know.-- v l: uT .;-cri.t.


Atlantic


Coast


Line


WORLD'S FAIR RATES


t


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, 15 days


Trials of Motherhood
N5 Broad Street.
PHiLAnaLmIA. PA.. June 12, 10S.
I suffered for nine ears with ovarian troubles making life a burden to
myv ef a well as to mv famiiv. During that time I had two miecarriage
anli although we lou.ed for a child to bless our home this .t-eemed ;mp .--;-
ble. I had constant racking bearing-down pains in the pelvic organs and a
pulling through my aimbs with frequent headaches. I felt sack at my
sto-aach ant 'omited frequently and no medicine helped me ULtil I tried
Wine of Ca-dai.
Then 7my general health improved, the pains gradually lessened and
after 19 weeks I wa', wel1. I am now the happy mother of 'a ,*,y eighteen
m<'n:hs old and my husband jo-as me in sending h tartflt thanks to you
for your ;-iendid me-dicine.
Wit.hout. I u,"uld have been a A 4..j .
childics. in.reta ofl happy '4
and well mother.
CsarLair. r. Axvmalw's Assoclaow.n.



WINEoICARDUI
Wine of .'arlui i-s thic ivst successful menstrual regulator. By
reguilatin-r iat;.trilati,,h. Wine of I'ardui Iani-hes irfl.an:mation
fro'ui the' 'ntircT f'i.;al,' orrainism anil the strengthenetl liiga:iets
brina th.' >or;r.is ;. : t t their proif r place. This is what in me f
Carlui ,lii f ,r Mrs. Nirllin-,r. It laniihed the racking pains and
lurlinL intlaniination a-i I brought her relief. i.'he wa. restored to
health an-1 str-n'i*th andl gies Wine of Cardui the credit of making
her all,' t.) hbeco:,'e a happy mother. This medicine equips a woman
for every duty of wift-'hu.d and miotherh ferinff women who think that health can never bl theirs because they
canii,,t secure the services of a great specialist. but we want ti ay
right here that while Mrs. Nirllinger lives in Philidelphia. a great
medical center, she dlepenledl on Wine of Cardui for a cure and she
was cnur-d. This same medicine is within your reach. Will you
take itd'
All druggist well $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.


New Zion Baptist Church
9 a. m,-B. Y. P. U.
3 p. m.-Sunday school.
7:30 p. m.-Preaching.

Wanted-A well digger. J. Star-
Sternberger.


THE COLORED PEOPLE'S
DEPARTMENT

Rev. J. E. A. Keeler. Editor

SUNDAY SERVICES

Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
(Dr. D. H. Brown. Pastor.)
f93, a. mn-B Y. P. U.

3 p. m.-S'ind'lay hool.


Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church
'R?v: R. S. Quarterman Pastor *
,* a. m.-Sunday school.

.:" i*. I".-- '- *, .:n?..


Covenant Baptist Church.
(Rev. R N. 'Countee. Pastor.)
II a. rnm.-Pre.u hing.
2 3", p. m.-S'rVi.--s.
":3, I>. n .-S- y,,-, ,! ."t vi' pis.

St. James P. E. Church
9 a. m.-Sunday School.
I1 4. m.-aCit I *r '
3 p. m.-Servi es.

Second Baptist Church
11 a. m.-Preaching.
3 I'. m.-Services.
7:30 p. m.-Servi-es.

Zion M. E. Church
iRev. W. 0. Bartley. Pastor.)
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Services.
*m p. m.-Servi - S7:3" p. m.-Se-rvie--s.


*2000 No. 2 shingles cheap. J. Starr REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Sternberger. F W. DMt, Rm 12, Meelsi.'
8ntel. Ocala. F16


Several new cottages for rent. J.
SStarr Sternberger. For lots to bullM on, from $10 to $9MO:
Special ten day coach excuisions at very houses to live in. from $7 to $0iw
call at M1. 4'. Falana's for choice gro- Some of these go for cash and sme
low rat"S ceries and marketing, on easy terms. I warrPmt all titleS
For Sale Cheap-20.000 No. 2 shin- CALL AT ONCB
Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and ,
Louisville R. R., and "Dixie Flyer" route. NOTICE OF A.PLICATION FOR
NfrCE OF AP"PI CATION FOR
For further Information see F. J. Huber. Agent, Ocala. *Fine roe shad every other day at Tax Deed Under Section X of Chap-
Tompkins' stall, No. 10. city market. ter 4SO, Laws of Florida.
I ar all. No. 7. city market Notice is hereby given that W. J. Har-
Barco'q stall..No. 7. city market. to
vey. purchaser of tax certificate No.
the place to purchase your marketing 41. dated the day of June. o.
541. dated the 2nd day of June. A. D.
Choice Florida beef. chickens. eggs. 1142. has ied said certificate In my of-
I and country produce at Holland's gro- flee. and has made application for tax
cery. deed to lassue in accordance with law.
r a t *l a t ; HSaid certificate embratces the following
SCall; at the Mack House for co o described property situated in Marion
portable lodging and board at reason,
H o t S p rings o g We d bolrd at onwacounty. Florida. to-wit: S' of nw% or
bler s. Wet w% of rsw% and n% of sw% of sw%
Ice cream of all flavors every day of n'%. sPet 35. tp 15. r 22. The said
at Tompkins and Brooks ice cream land being amsses-d at the date of the
For those who go to Hot Springs. Arkansas. for the garden. Go and enjoy yourself. isuance of such certificate in the name
weznefit of health, the summ-r is really the best of Mrs. 4. Bishop. Unless said certlf-
tim-. Her fortunate location. high up in the foot- N,,tives e out for th- rilebration ,.ate shall be redeemed according to
nic is i-. cth i% i ... i n, i a.... t.... i -..e... u.. . d- t .1.1 -i -


of th.- Fourth of July in O,.'tl.. i It all
Z.i':- hold a;n.] mike the day a great
on-.

*K ep in memory that the Mack
House fuinishm-s meals at the following
hours. from 7 to I. from 12 to 1. and 7
to S.
F41.R F.NT -Thr-- 2-lorm huses.;:
to, 3-rrom houses; on,- 4-roepomi house;
on-' -r.oni hoiuse-. J. Starr Sternhbr-



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SSEABOAEDi


5 AIR LINE RAILWAY, 0
* FOR

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

* TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

* Seaboard Express,
* Seaboard Mail. U


SnflODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. U


* ONLY LINE OPERATING
* Daily Through Sleepers from JacKson- U

ville to New Orleans.

For fall information and 81per BReervatiens, eael on any Agent
* Seaboard, or write I
* A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent,
* Jacksonville. Fla. U
S 8. C. BOTLST N. JR., Passenger Agent. Jacksonville. Fa.
000609119*06 U0.. *eOU@E.0@E


law. tax deed will issue thereon on the
..th day of July. A. P. 19.4.
Witness my official signature and
se-al this the 3rd day of June. A. D.
19!4. S. T. Sistruntk.
*'l-rk I'ircuit 'opurt. Mario,n ("'p.. Fla-

No TI'rl' etl- AI'PPI.,'ATIo N I"F OR
'Tix I.-.1 I 'nder S'*- tion % of 'hap-
t.-r 4 '-%. I.iwsv Florivl,,.
N-ti is h--bhy Wre-n th.it W'. A. *;ol1-
., i;:. :,ui h. .*r of t;ix FrTitit ;it*-c No.
7. ; I. *i.0'- the ':; lyi.v of Junr-. A-
* '. .. t -*. a .t"' '. in m y

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR
Tax --! T-.' f!r Sec-tion S of Chap-
tr 4%%-- l.aw- of Florida.
,,'; -. .r,-,y "-, that C. W .

S: f AuUst. A.D.
T'a' h;r'i .i -rTil,-ct in my of-
f n- I. h.i made apli, a'ion for tax
I- t i-u- r. r. rIan - ith law.
-. -"'. '- .hra. -* the" following
,-., r:b'-.] -r,;*-"y. .:'u;ate.l in Marion
r,.:',y. -..-... ', *".%itr T. ?at part of
L- ". n,'.rh ,' F.' .I. Southern RY..
r. '.. T;, I R. 2,. Theh said
r.'-. f ~-- I Ttr-c. i i .f the



S;'i --I *-- :j- th--. '.eon on the
I-'h -,y ,,f J ..- A. '. *Wlj4.
\':..-. "';" Y :: -ignature and
--! .-:. h- "i' ay of May. A. D.
.; T. Sistrunk.


H-'e EH F---- '7:erk Circ'i~t Co'irt. Marim Co., Fla


I


hilhs of t se OzarK mountainsi iInstir,- a cooli Hn lIe-
lightful eliminate., and physiciainls aire uniti1tl in the
opinion that the- waters are more bhen-tl,-i.al diiuing
th'- sumiumer season.



One Fate Plus $2.00


4 .,r the tnl tri p thrEuLhout the

\VI:l'rT I' el lim ii 'KA-.T5
GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT.

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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 190


*sn. sup'-rir.T-n,-nt of the Boylen
H.'rr-. J.1 k4Fiiav:ll-. Fli.. was present.
.n.! g.av nmu h :nespiration to the occa-
si.'n. Mis. lu. kbe-- .inl her able corps
of .assist.ir.ts. Miss Welch an-1 Miss
*w.-n.s. are to be complimented for the
* ..o work acomplished.

*F. Mention. the hustling grocer, baa
-.-..irgeJ his business .ind is ready to
a*iuply the ip.ub;. in h,>oia -groweries.
1-"--;tbl-.i...... irnks. ,-nf-,tionery,
-. r -- !-*ivory ai .'on. Tour or-
- -s !':I..:'. Iron building. South
M.,.n steel.
Th- it..r ,.f this *t;.:;.rtment will
.": k- :--, : ..,::< Mona1.y. Tuesday
.'. 5 \V- ::--<.. .y f,.r the settlement of
St,.r ....unt.. We give this notice in
:irn*-. so th..t thoite indebted will to
.-.,.lyv. i.% we must urge .a full .adjust-
t -nt :h-s-' accounts.

Ir. Toltt. who ldelivered the annual
l.lrf.s? .it the- Horn.- '. hooul yesterday
*v.i:ing. is s.iutor of Ebenezer M. E.
hurch. Jmakscnville. He is one of the
t'est, men in the state and stands high
. ',,ng his brethren. He returned to
.I,. ktoinville to.Iay. vwell pleased with
h:" ::t:; to iour city.

THAT TIRED FEELING

If you are .lnguid. depressed and In-
S.;.tbl- fo.r \Xi'k. it indicates that your
ive-r is out of ,oreor. Herbine will as-
sist nature to throw off headaches.
rheumatism and ailments akin to ner-
vousness and restore the energies and
vitality of seoun.i an.l perfect health. J
J. Hubhoi.rl. Temple. Texas. writes,
March 2. 1*2: "AI have used Herbine
for the past two years. It has done me
more ge.od than all the doctors. When
I feel bad and have that tired feeling.
I take a dose of Herbine. It is the
best medicine ever made for chills and
fever." 50c. a bottle. Sold by the An-
ti-Monopoly Drugstore.


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