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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 16, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume ID: VID03017
Source Institution: University of Florida
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OCAAI


EVENING


STARt


Velm 10, Nmber I OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1904 Fy CM- a e S

I 1 -


TEA


FPr ced Tea use ('has and San-
bm r'a.


BETWEEN FIRE AND WATER


Hundreds of Woen and Sunday School
Children Lost Their Lives
Wednesday


We will Sell


OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTH


CHANGES II TIE CABilNT
MMdly will Take the Place rf Rmos and
S Daytoa will S-ceed Moody..
W Vashington. June I.-R-epreeta-
B- ivHre Alarion G. rDnrAv n tif WTt-.- vir-^mn


lb ^inton ayon oe .estirginia.
S-New York. June 16.-The excursion. '- ..... .... .. W ,t-U rl. .
r teamer <;-n-oral Slo.unt was destt,.ry-.l a prominent member of the house com-
Sl by fisteame yr.-tnrrld lSl.unih was etff N'rth mittee of naval affairs. has. it is mid,
by fire yeste mrnng t Actual Facto Cost
Ilrothe-rs islan.i. A telephone m.-sag bo the b Peretary ote ny
We have also a Mixed Tea in pack- from i a A ct a become the new secretary of the navy.
@.2: 6c. for a half pound-a splen- the is. s i man fr-n l to succeed Secretary Moody, who will
4 L i t f become attorney general as soon as At-
udkpl*or works and the flames. read
If you want methrg good and r ly. Th iot. as s th torney General Knox retires from the
eett. u- '...a.., a an.i,.s lar,.m,,, ws ven. .tered for ,th- .hor. THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH. -bines
_- 1but befor,*- the boat could b twbached' SA
AT T_1 ish- u wa;. ;, mass of flames from stetn SMALL BUT SAFE
Sto stern. Th. Sli.um wa.s b..und eCome ad Get a Sott Before They are Picked Over. MAJORITY FOR SIIOWARD
I B- y l" I ust row.v and ca l'arty of Suii,.lay school child -n of St. (Metropolis. June 15.
u DMarks rhur.'h I.utherane of F.int i Day after tomorrow the democratic
Sixth stro-et. i otwrinK yI* state executive committee will meet in
S whom more than half were ehiln. TW ll l P N this city to declare the nomineest of the,
i MaFny jumpe, d overard nd re an e W. iAJUX ha O S UB VUA AW A primary held on the :th of this month.
S^drorelnwd. \hil oth-rs were burr-d to There is talk of protests. but so far
AT dl+;th on the It het. -r t.. .... _- _- nothing definite has come to light so
RJEPAIRS The- tI-l-.shone o-Iwrattor at Norrth POTATO DRAWERS A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE far as the Iubernatorial ra e ie con-
^t TOltroth*rsitlasIslandi says f the- %t;titT-r r ._..... _.erned. 'Upon the fare of the returnsl
the island is full of voting oit's. Fifty .e.-nt. a thou,s:anl. M.y driving ponies. Kitty and Hattie. N. B. Broward has en elected by am
I=P. (C B Wel E+ 1 H E: Th,,.s- sa,'*.,! a,,-I<'i- g ,' *P*-,I f,,, :it th,-' ,'.tl.t .l,+,-, Store. ; ^ jmparatively small. yet a :are major.
PB. WH C Those ,vel arileWing 4'&are' '4for ;t th- i al.a Seed Store. These pnies areT well bred. being about comparatively m e a sar marera
island. The -Slotum is an irmii>'ense i ity.
..th zt--fouiths WVilkes and one-fourth In Ideoal ipoltical circles there has ,
T etriuld d-eker. The news has created in- WILL BUY MELONS ltamiltoniau : chan go a mile in four en considerable talk regarding ru-
- ts.- ex.citement. buy tank regarding ru-
Thr eH und t ,. P es I will buy your melons. Write me minutes; are very kind and gentle: can mors of contests, and the bitternem of
what you have. quality and size, when be handled by ladies or children. They the campaign has been increased there-
The latest reports received by the 0o-, you can load and. where and give lowest are well matched in color, size and by. owing to the Ill-advised talk of cer-
A D lice- inlic.ate that at least 30,i lives wt-%*e cash price. f. o. b.. Igait: are four years old. Price. $500. tain people.
o I st.u The toli'e have so far recovered Turner Burke., cala. Fla. B. H. Seymour. Robert W. Davis would have no of-
Snu. N. women and ohildr. A mostly thos.n ficee within the gift of the people unless
lrivate off* in Commercial Bank. Ioard the ill fated steamer says he with secured. The was hoan be said fairly
YT r wer in the above lines solicited his wife and three children were un- o T T T smM 1 sd B. Broward.
lpMed and accuracy cuaranteedL conscious of danger when suddenly a I o far as the two actions are con-
. n blaze sprang up from the lower deck. Iceo ar as the two faction are con-
A panic" fol lowed. He was thrown ovr- corned. the tate executive committee
IQ Ar ni' fith d < 1 I YS board with o..xt child. and says every-OH n majority favorable to the Broward fae-;
F 'alt. VOt an Shick of the eieral S.- Rn O D R E S S E D t "ion. There are too many honorable
I have fresh Bottom Fish and t um is under arrest and will bw taken men on both sides to sanction a wrong.
Mullet always on hand: to a hospital. as he was badly burned S ee or Pmion e The indications are that moet of th
Cedar Keyn and Crystal River in esa oirs'alng fromb the s ron hand at the mht-,
C r Key and Crystal -nt down. He .ays: "The lirt-start-i Y T ng on next Friday.
OYSTERS. *- on th. forward r side of the yes- B. S /B 0 U R S
sE. I FIES Mw there was no ,ha-,i e tio us*" A COSTLY MISTAKE
Slife- pr.-ervers or life t-.ats. I gave thie PHONE NO. 25. - - Ocala, Fla, -
Opened and delivered upon request ire- drill call, however, and the thirty- Blunders are sometimes very expen-


SEE ME I CAN three employes tolwye-d quickly. There
Cwas nothing to do. as the fire. spread
FILL YOUR WANTS rapidly. so I tried to lo-ate the best
place for t wachiiig the Iioat. I cannot
W. M i ILR tell the origiii of the ftf-. It turned so!
C 11MADIOL. M 'quickly that it %%as imiitossil'le to make
Sanl iunvestiKgattion."
A. I. VILLiAI _v__o^ "o
HAVE YOU A COUGH?
TE AN UILDER A dose of lallard's Horehound Syr.-
Offemra bisad ervke to thep le up will relieve it. Have you a aold? A
Idone of Herline at bedtime and fre-
quent small doses of Horehound Syrup
It recommenlsndations and good work
during the day will remove It. Try it
count. the-n I feel capable to make es- for whooping cough. for asthma, for
thmates amd e:arry them to a successful t..numption. for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe
c1Wnsumiatin, for bronchts. r
lilre. J. !). Williams. McGrath. 327 E. First St.. Hutchison.
No. 38. 2nd St.. Orala. Fla. Kans.. writes: "I1 have used Ballard's;
.. IlHorehound Syrup in my family for five
Sears. and find it the best and most
f A]R ;Pnalatal, le niedicine I ever ustd.-" .''..
50h'.. $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
M~--
a d-- I rugstore.
ANCY GROCERIES PORT ARTHUR ENFILADED
For the finest bread, cakes Rome. June 14. A m.-ess age from 'he
and Fancy Groceries in the city F., o states that the Jap;ane-se have su.e--
REM EM iER TIE 'dedl in I.l.ingig tifty-two large soeie
;guns on the heights n.air Piort Arthur.
i'*-eopl-e who have e-,"slaed. from the'
F Town say only comanitatits r mniain. aii.1
FH A KEIRl 1 that only enough suppIlie's to last for
HIAS THll EM ix w' ks. The-se seitge gutis omanidniit
1',ot Arthur. and it is -xpiete.t l will *i .
Ste- ift' P -.t1i-ag-.


MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repalring


Ltfimfse*n. Gwarasfteed
Address
DOX U1 OCALA. FLA

ALEXANDER
Practical

Carfdl entlnatesr made on all contract.
wtrk. Gives more and better work fte
tdo minty thas any other nma In


Cream Vermifuge
TB iiim


EDWARDS BROTHERS

AT THE CITY MARKET

Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

WESTERN AN CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109


J.


Ol


WI


M. MEFFERT. J. H. TAYLOR.


cala Ice& Packing Co

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
ing plant in this section, and as a result, are
turning oat the purest, hardest and cheapest ice.
Phlx31Xze WCo. 134.

ITCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


SEI


WM. ANDERSON L di .
Asks the readers of this paper to test
the value of Kodol Dysp.eplsia Cure.
Those persons %ho have used it and
who have been cured by it. do not hes- E V
itate to recotmnuendl it to their friends.
Kodol digests what you eat. cures indi-
gestion. dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles. It inc'rv;ease strength by en-
atiling the sPtomach antid digestive or-
gatis to contribute to the bloto, all of P2 I'E-R I
the nutriment containel in the fo-.l.
. Kt-lol ltyspepsia Cure is pleasant and
p.l.atable. GOODALI


THE NOVIK MADE A SORTIE
T.oki.,. Jun.- 1*; A .lisp.atch states


that the <.- tnt.rti.6'e t.. Port Arthur hanr-
Ie-r is tagal *,,lie .l. The" iRussi.t
cruiser No\ ik eliirge.l ;n'l entga1:-.ln th.'
Japansl.t- ti-flt for a tinme Tue-s..ly.
TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
Wotletrful things are ,lne for thw
human tbody by surge-ry. t ;irgans are;
taken out anl sn-ra;oid and polished ail
put back. or they ma.y te remove.! en-
tirely; hNines are spliced: pipes take
the place of diseased sections of veins:
antasep tic dressings are applied to
iounds.h bunms. bruises and like injur-
ies tfotre inl.timmation sets in. which


SIDE INN AND COTTAGES
hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast' of
Florida

RYTHING MODERN
i l,,Cike and Comlortable.
I Hotel Directlv ,,n the Atlantic Coast.
Surft thin, anti Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
)AV. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
Address HORACE F. SIEWART,
L. FLORIDA.


JUST RECEIVED---


250


Pair Men's


Pants


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


FOR


$2.50


FOR YOU TO BUY
NO. 1.-SPLENDID HOME. FINMB ATE. OW AND COLD WAT M W
and down stairs; gas hitting,, 0e. OmW ureoewak ObweMbAa


CALL ON


Drrro MR PICLt


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT AND GOOD OR HOUM W
for $8 and one for S10 per umoth: and Iftest leas. LW ; twa MinW
off Ocklawaha. A bargain at $174.
NO. 3.-1000 ACRES OPEN LAND. FOR PA G 0GO OR STOCK. MUT 00
now: 1 mile from depot in this coty. Prke. SI per acW .
NO. 4.-BUILDING LOTS FROM $30 TO S1M4; N AR aQUAIJ: ANT LOU
cality.
NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS AND SM ALL HOUSE IN PlUT WAD: TWO
blocks from railroad and one block off Ocklawaba. MoM he M aSd
Price. s500.
Special Attention to Rent Account.
Notary Public for tate at Laru eoRof M


F. W. DITl


I


sive. Occasionally life itself is the
price of a mistake, but you'll never be AT
wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for Dyspepsia. Dizziness. Head-
ache, Liver or Bowel troubles. They
are gentle yet thorough. 25c.. at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Seaboard Airline Special Rates OQ P
$34.35 -EUREKA SPRINGS. ARK.. and
return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays ,EPA
and Saturdays; limited 60 days.
$2,.55.-HOT SPRINGS. ARK., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays OCALA
and Saturdays. Limited 60 days.
S19.3)--NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re-'
turn. Tickets on sale June 18. 19. 20. r11
July 3. 4. 5; limited 15 days from date, legan
of sale. Extension obtainable to
September 30. ---=- -
$15..5--TUSt'ALOOSA. ALA.. and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 14. 15. 16.
17. 20.21. 27 and July 4: limited to JJ k-
15 days from date of sale. Exten-:
slon obtainable to September 30. 190.. Ha the Finst
$31.10--CHIAGOO. ILL.. and return.!
Tickets on sale June 14 to 20 Inclus- Her styles
ive: limited to June 29. Her styles lea
$1-.30-NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re- there the mos
turn. Tickets on sale June 23. 25. 27;: TH
limited to 15 days from date of sale.'


O CALL 0 BiT ,
ROOM 12. MERCHANT V BLOCK, OCALA, FLA


AN EXCEPTION


0A po.pbet is not wtl out hinoo W ti


m own country" I a prwob tdat em mt
always affy. For ftaa a&0 (Wm
- I-tm hsokyd bm, we

MUNROE & CHAMBLSS

\\ Ocauo Fa.
T \ _____ -


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER

CHEs, GUARANTEID 111.5l

IEW1ELRY
hND
ICH L GOODS

RING A SPECIALTY
JfCgggg


t Millinery
... .. ....- - .. -..-, -.... -,,. -.,-'


it. V. WTJPHI

Mct Ekgfat L. of 1Masy a s yW"
ad the world of fashion, ana always will be found
t exqusite production of modern art md stylf
LATEST PARIMS CREATION


Extension obtainable to September 30. "A Pi cav e 9d Beat1iI J d k Ow l -
26..I5--WEST BADEN SPRINGS. IND.
alnl return. Tickets on sale July 21' i I
to 24 inclusive: limited to August 11. A call will convince you that I have the leading stylm
$'26.20-FRENCH LI<'K SP'GS. IND..:
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 inclusive; limited to August 11. I
31..--ATLANTI- C'ITY. N. J.. and O C o m m erl 01a l
r,-turn. Ticket on sale July 1" and'
11: limited to July 23. BRANCH OP
I 832 .5--EUREKA SPRINGS. ARK.. and COMMERCIAL BANK, JAG O
Return. Tickets on sale July 0; to, 4 9
inclusive; limited to, August 7.
F,,t1RTH oF JI'LY RATES. Thickets CAPITAL 95O.OOO.OO
will tbe sold on July 2. 3 and 4 to .all
points in the territory south of the INTIREST PAID ON TIMe O S s
o ,hio an.d Potomac and east of the DOES A GENERAL BANKING 1USINS& 9WQ 0
Mississippi rivers. including St. Lou- RECKVED LOANS MADL EXCHANS gO- T
is. Mo.. at one and one-third fares. ANDcvLD. Loans mas c so e-
d AND OQLA
-xtre-me limit o)f all tickets. July 1.
S.I'MM.ER Tt T'RIST TI,'KETS to tho-
printcip:cl reortx on .sal- daily. with
o-xtro-mt limit fe tober 31. l19t4. R ETUAT<----
4S.5--$T. LOUIS, MO, AND RE- RE T URAT
TURN
Tickets on sale daly beginning April
25. limited to December 15. returning. f St A n S
S38-8T. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
limited returning days from CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
date of sale.
420--CINCINNATI, 0, AND RE-
UR. Delicious Hot So"p D*ly
Tickets on sale July 16 and 17; limit- m
ed returning to July 25. Extension Dining ROOm open1--t ,
obtainable. attenfOoA gIn tO Op "me
Ad _q - __


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-MOMMAL
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PAK TWO


OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1904


........WAT ABOUT TIAT........



Ice Cream Freezer?

Dda't Kow We had Them?

Wl,We Have, and It's the Best on the

MUAErt*


A., AT--


H. B. MASTERS

"The Home that Treats You Right"

OtHL7H. IL.L7.L


EVENING STAR

C. L. e ITTINGER CO.

C. L. WBttge and R. R. Carroll
fPrprietors and Publft ers

C. L. "ITTINGER,
Edit.r and General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL,
City Edit Bs isim a Mnager


With this issue begins Volume t10 of
the Dally Star.

W. W. Carman and Company have
Just installed what is probably the best
refrigerator of its size in town. It has
compartments for butter, cheese. meat
and vegetables, and besides being use-
ful is a handsome piece of furniture.
This firm is doing a good business and
its clerks and delivery wagon are on
the move all the time.

THROWN FROM A WAGON

Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown
from his wagon and severely bruised.
He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freely and says it is the best liniment
he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well
known citizen of North Plain. Conn.
There is nothing equal to Pain Balm
for sprains and bruises. It will effect
a cure in one-third the time required
by any other treatment. For sale by
all druggists.

Messrs. Benjamin of the Florida
Packing and Ice Company, will enlarge
their cold storage capacity by the addi-
tion of a building on the west end. to
be 50xI&0 feet and two stories high.
This addition is deemed necessary and
made so by the amount of meat cured
last season and by the demand for ice
for refrigeration purposes during the
cantaloupe season.

FINE CIGARS

The Worma Martinez, the C. H. S..
the El Solo, and the Fama Nacional.
four. the best Sc. cigars made in
Tampa. and many others to be found
ia T. W. Troxler's cigar case.

Aguinalde will come to the United
States next month. Since his release
he has been living quietly at M:enlila.
He will visit the St. Louis expositnt"i
and other notable places In this -oun-
try, and will on his return doubtless tbe
able to tell his compatriots thingK,
about the power of the United States
they did not dream of before.

A FRIGHTENED HORSE
Running like mad down the street.
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accidents are everyday occur-
rences. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable Salve handy and there's none
as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Burns. Cuts. Sores. Eczema. Piles dis-
appear quickly under its soothing ef-
fect. 25'.. at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
etore.

General Stephen DI. Lee of Mississi.p-
pi has been elected commniander-in-chitf
of the United Confederate Vetera.ns to
succeed the lamented iordlon. He is a
son of the great chieftain. Robert E.
* LIe. and looks much like his distin-
guished father. Since the war he h.is
quietly and efficiently cotnduC ted a
modest college In Mississippi.


WORLD'S FAIR RATES

Via L. and N. R. R.
Excursion tickets now on sale daily
from Ocala to St. Louis and return.
$45.55-Return limit December 15.
$3b.O4-Return limit 60 days.
82o.55-Return limit 15 days.
Special coach excursions, $23. Re-
turn limit 10 days from date of sale..
Tickets sold Tuesdays and Thursdays
In Jutie.
Corresponding low rates from other
points. The L. and N. is the best line
to St. Louis.
For rates, schedules and sleeping car
reservations, apply to J. M. Fleming.
Fla. Pass. Agt.. 206 W. Bay St., Jack-
sonville. Fla.. or C. I. Stone. G. P. A.,
Ieui.sville.

Dr. Hy Robinsonm. president of the
Commercial bank (of Jacksonville, and
of the branch bank of Ocala. was elect-
ed president of the State Bankers' As-
sociation at their late meeting at Pab-
lo Beach.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM
Deep. tearing or wrenching pains, oc-
casioned by getting wet through; worse
when at rest, or on first moving the
limbs, or in cold or damp weather, is
quickly cured by Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment. Oscar Oleson. Gibson City. Ill..
writes. February 16. 1902: "A year ago
I was troubled with a pain In my back.
It soon got so bad I could not bend
over. One bottle of Ballard's Snow
Liniment cured me." 25c.. SOc. and S1.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


R. D. FULLER,

*[)DENTIST*
Office Over Munroe & Chamblhsa
Bank. Ocala. Florida.

J. CHACE,

DENTAL SURGEON
Office Upstairs Commercial Bank
Building. Ocala, Florida.
TERMS CASH


W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Special attention given to the treat-
ment of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
eases of Women and Children.
Ocala. Fla.
oIffice over T)dings' Drugstore. Of-
fice hours from 8 a. m., to 12 m.;:
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n..
Residence--No. 90 N. Main St.. known
a the Nash cottage.



HERE IS GOOD IDEA

While your family Is away for the
summer let us put your plumbing in a
.: nitary condition. Your trip away for
the suminuer w ill do no goo if you come
home and breathe sewer gas all win-
ter. Florida Plumbing and ElectrIc
C'nompa;ny.


Dr. Parramore of Eureka stood ex-
amination for pharmaceutm, h.oirs at
the meeting of the State B...t. of
Druggists in Jacksownille this week.

A RARE OPPORTUNITY
Can put party on track to secure the O JAcisoW....A
best lands for stock farm in the coun- o 1OAIAMS
tr. Size of tract. fully o20o acres:


RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT

Whereas. the Supreme Ruler of the
Universe has seen fit to remove from
our midst Brother J. B. Watkins, one
who was beloved and highly valued by
our lodge and whose- loss we fr-el is
irreparable.
Resolved. We, the members of Ocala
lodge. No. 19. Knights of Pythias, do
greatly condole his death, and while
we know that we are powerless to send
words that can assuage their affliction,
we extend our heartfelt sympathy to
his family and relatives in this their
time of bereavement.
Resolved. That a copy of these reso-
lutions be spread upon the minutes of R. S&
this lodge and a copy given the family
and one copy furnished the city papers
for publication.
Signed: J. G. Spurlin. W. J. Cham-
bers. W. C. Lindsay. Committee.

In our Jacksonville perambulations
we called on Dr. J. H. Pittman. the
riainiw nd a..e,..aafil nhv.aieinn af t. t, ANOTHEb


city. and son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pitt-
man of Ocala. He is building up a
splendid practice. We found Bert Red-
ding and Ben Mayo in the National
bank of that city. filling good positions


at good salaries.


Mr. Mayo has Just


returned from a vacation to New York
City. and is full of interesting talk
about that town. Mr. Redding will take
his vacation next week and enjoy it
with his family at Bayport, in Hernan-
do county. Dr. James Chace. father of
our rising young dentist in this city.
was taking a momentary rest. hut is
enjoying a fine practice and is noted
for doing as fine dental work as any
man in the state. We also ran across
Henry Chace. son of Dr. Chance, who is
at the head of a collecting agency in
that town and doing well. We also
"touched flesh" with Allan Rodgers and
B. H. Pyke, who took an overland trip
from )cala to Jacksonville with their
fine team of dark bays. one owned by
Mr. Pyke and the other bought by Mr.
Rodgers. On their trip they got lost
and traveled thirty-five miles to go
five. Mr. Pyke is now in the livery
business. He formerly lived here and
has many friends in our city. He has
just been relieved of an unpleasant ex-
perience which cost him $3600, and
while he thinks it very hard to have
to submit he deems his innocence.
which was in jeopardy, more precious
than money.

FIGHT WILL BE BITTER


a'


CA PITA


Hau-

Georg MacKay,


L, - $ 0,00


R.L aduuo.,


Edward Hier,


. Ford,


Preident:


J. NCIb


Herbot A. Feod.


Cashio


F. L. WATSON.


Kht &I A. FORD,


i PRESIDEaNTIAL TICKET


Editor Star; Under a call from the
chairman (F. H. Lytl-) of the United
People's Party. we organized in Stan-
ton precinct. June 12. 1904. a Tom Wat-
. son club. with nine members enrolled.


and elected a president and secretary.
iach member cast a referendum ballot
for Hon. Thomas E. Watson of Geor-
gia as our choice for president of the
United States. to be decided at the
People's Party National Convention to
i b held at Springfield. Ill.. July 4. 1904.
Also eight ballots for Hon. Daniel Mc-
Kinnon of Matriaina. Fla.. as a delegate
to the* said convention, and we invite
all sincere people of Florida to do as we
have done. James Kelsey, Pres.
E. M. Turned. Sec.

SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
For sale, 75 acres of as good land as
can be had in Marion county, describ-
ed: W%! of nwi4. sec 19. tp 14. s. r 22
e: or lying along the Gainesville road.
about 4% or five miles from Ocala.
Here is a chance, for it will be sold
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star
office. Ocala, Fla.

C'ol. W. S. West of Valdosta. proprie-
tor of the big Levon mill in Marion
county. was seriously hurt Monday by
being thrown out of a buggy by a
frightenedl horse and trampled upon by
the animal, which crushed his left arm.


Those who will persist In closing
their ears against the continual recom- REVOLUTION IMMINENT
mendations of Dr. King's New Discov- -
ery for Consumption, will have a long A sure sign of approaching revolt and
and bitter fight with their troubles, If serious trouble in your system is ner-
not ended earlier by fatal termination. vousness, sleeplessness or stomach up-
Read what T. R. Beall of Beall, Miss., sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dis-
has to say: "Laist fall my wife had ev- member the troublesome causes. It
ery symptom of consumption. She took never falls to tone the stomach, regu-
Dr. King's New Discovery after every- late the kidneys and bowels, stimulate
thing else had failed. Improvement the liver and clarify the blood. Run-
came at once and four bottles entirely down systems benefit particularly and
cured her." Guaranteed by the Anti- all the usual attending aches vanish
Monopoly Drugstore. Price 60c. and $1. under its thorough and searching ef-
Trial bottles free. fectiveness. Electric Bitters Is only
50c.. and that is returned if it don't
EXCURSION TO SOUTH GEORGIA give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
AND WEST FLORIDA POINTS by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

June 27.28 Via the Atlantic Coast Line r -
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell
tickets from ill points in Florida on its '
line to Vald.osta. Thornasville. Boston.
Bahinbridge, Alb.iny. Tifton. Ga.. Mon- -
tielico and h attahoixhee. Fia.. and
return at very low rates. Tickets will
be sold for all regular trains of June
27 and morning trains of June 2S. lim-
ited to return until Tuesday. July 5.
An excellent opportunity to visit the
above points at small cost. For fur-
ther information see ticket agents, or
write to T. C. White. D. P. A.. Tanipa.
Fla.
TO THE RESCUE
KNIGHT TEMPLARS- T a b
The helpless are rescued by the able-
A^ sam A


SODD FELLUWS bodied. The strong should care for the
I weak.
The Last Opportunity of the Year to V *'ll care for you and yours at the
Visit California right time.
Beginning August 15, and continuing AN INSURANCE POLICY
daily to September 9. round trip tickets
will be sold on account of the above will protect you from loss in case of
conventions from all points in the I like to tell you about any
Southeast to either Los Angeles or kind of insurance in which you are in-
San Francisco at extremely low rates, terested.
with tinal return limit October 23. HALL R PAWLS & WHEELER
Tickets will permit of ten days stop W
over at St. Louis. and allow holder the Ocala. Florida.
privilege of going one route and re-
turning another without additional
cost, except that tickets returning via THE
Portland. an additional charge of $11
will be made.
The Frisco-Rock Island. Systems of- F
fer excellent routes in -ither direction.
Write for rates. descriptive literature
.and full information and let us plan
your trip. S. L. Parrott, OPERATES

AN ALARM CLOCK FOR Double ailyTmrail


If you wazt to get up early and feel
good all day t..ke a Little Early Riser
or two at bed time. These famous lit-
tie pills relax the nerves, give quiet
rest and refreshing sleep. with a gen-
tle movement of the bowels about
Breakfast time. W. H. Howell. Hous-
tn. Tex.. says "Early Riseis are the!
best pills made for constii ation. sick
headache. etc." Sold by Wm. Ander-
Ssn.

STOKES' FERRY ANNUAL PICNIC


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY
-0
Makers of the
-0-
MILO DEYO
Highest Grade S Cigar
-o--
and
GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes
-o-
CHAL PEYSER. Pro prieter
Ocals. Florida.


THE CARMICHAEL


"ED'S PLACE"
McGath's Ol Stand

WmEU2T mwlu .AJRJI


&


Rebuilt, and Newly Frnishsed
Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High ,Grade Whiskies. IBrandies..
etc.
Beer. Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest LIquors 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 blUOn AT S. A. L uruwY
A Carefully Selected Stock of Grocerie s: With Free Delivery. Special Atten-
tion Given to All Orders.
We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State. All Ordern Filled on Re-
turn Train.


Separate White and Colored Ban at Both the S. A. L. and
Up Town Places

Ovr Liqvorsq W-ne" and Been ane bought I
Car Load lots direct, and owr prices are the


We &Alwa1'v z&eVmm3

The Catmichael & Son Co.,

Ocala - - NFlorida.


SMOAK PAYNE


At Fairfield. Fla.. on Sunday. June
12. Mr. John W. Smoak. a member of
the firm of Gatrell and Smoak. was
quietly married to Miss Kate V. Payne.
daughter of Hon. M. L. Payne. After
the ceremony. which was performed by
Mr. Green of Belleview. the crowd was
invited into the dining room. where the
fatted calf was prepared. The happy
couple expect to take their bridal trip
in September .and visit the St. Louis
fair. They are at home this week re-
ceiving congratulations.

ANOTHER JAPANESE VICTORY

Lonlon. June 1,.-A dispatch to the
Daily Express from Tokio says ne-ws
has been r- ,-ive-l the-re- f a great Jap-
alaese victory n-ar Fu '*how. on the
railway, s,-v-nty mil-s north of Port
Arthur. Thb- Russians vwere- ov-r-
'helm-lni-l. lost a th,,usan.l me-n. le-ft all
their gut. on the fiI-ld. and retr-ate- in
disorder.
The Chronicle's torre-p)ond-nt at To-
kio cv;tbl-s. th,- s..me- ne-us. ailling that:
the Russians. to the numbe-r of 7.oe,
men are no% in full flight towards
Tshi *'hia, .an'l K;ai Chou.

A STRONG HEART
Is assured. by perfect digestion. Indi-
gestion swells the stomach and puffs
it up against the heart. This causes
short:.ess of breath. palpitation of the
heart. anrd general weoikness. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion. re-
Ileves the stomach, takes the strain
off the heart and r-stor-s it to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally
L.ot.. in a -.. awq *^^ afrer,_ b... A. .n


SON CO.

-.,frwa aJ t v IIsh m w
flars 0tm -r."-Sma


Marn



1


I


Pure Rye tastes

old because it is

old. i It is a

whiskey "which

time has brought

to ripeness." It

is "written down

old with all the

characters of

age" -mellow
ness, ripeness ,

flavo.
There are several so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can ell it bythetaste.


.DAME


The Leader in lee Crems
WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION
-t The originator of the
VELVET MAND
Any color or avwer.
A Orilers filled on demand in aay qe|a-
Sity desired.


We Are Stfl Hntlig.
and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned number for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-
tomers are great we have disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our
efforts to me.t the desire for a grade
of lumber of the best quality have been
appreciated far beyond our expecta-
tions.

C. I. GRACE.,


kdhiIbkip


t's lOtolyoS do Iyonu sM V
of nmaaria. It

W,, "I admit it will czTe malaria. but ift aon


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Carryliw Pall--. Slperm. Cat
(are (a a ewlt) and Chair
Cars (mas ftre).
Electric Lighted Throughout
SCTWCCN

A^N0 TO ALL. POINTS IN
Texas, Oidshies -amIsmlinTeMTrie
AND T*"C
Fa West mi N WDset.
TNION SLEEPING CM S'EICCE FM TEE
SMTIEiST T0 11PMiS Mi
KANSAS CIT.


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OCALA EVENING StAR. tHURSDAY. JUNE 16. 1904. PAGE mms


SI WEATHER FORECAST DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED FISH FOR THE PICNIC
Si BBy local applications, as they cannot I
SWashington. June I6.-Partly cloudy r h the l d tioer of the -r. R-' ini.Vi .,. ..
fes tlmes at Taylor'~s. tonight and Friday. with showers in Ther is onl y one- ,ay t,, urt. deafroess. h" I-". tin- I.rk- \v..: .
the ..ast anld south portions. and that is by constitutional reme-dies. .tn, brn .t .s .. .-.
Tekepbume 116. If you want painting I ...- .-- | ( Ih-J. fil
... ..I. Lhatfneias in cause.] by an inflamed k-ion- t 1 ,1 t ll !. ti .
"o 0 Ice cream at Troxler's. The season lition f the- r nuvue lining of the Fu"- 1 f t,- k, k. : ..
has now opened. and the best that pure tachian Tube-. When this tube is in- tn,,:I,,
C. E. Taylor has tresh limes for lime- Ingredients can make it. can be had at
flamed you have- : rumbling sound or
d Troxler's. imerfect hearing, arnd% hehn it is en- NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL
- .. tirely clios*.- -afness is the- result. and ASSOCIATION
The Ocala HusemA r iaid f.iurtiin aurrhn n I %s u o u h i* n


The mo t elegant display at
i toa at Dame'e.

Chas. W. Whitesldes. manager
e Oeala House. Is ill.

JM recemlhI'ed, fresh lmen. for
ae~. C. I. Taylor.

Work dome by Sternbercer in
1S aWd papertaing guaranteed.

Dest work nl painting and I
managing done by Stemrherger.

Whes In doubt, smoke the Mil(
Se. cgar. All principal dealers.

Mn.. J. W. Crosby ham been


I for the past week or ten days.

Lot of stationery and stattomers' sup-
Pliea. Just received. Ocala News Co.

For eliable painting and papering
see J. Starr Sternberger. phone 116.

Geartwe Witch Hazel Soap. best for
hard water. Try It Postoffice Drug-


POR SALE- Lady's saddle and
blasket: good as brand new. Z. 4'.
Chamblim .

J. F. Williamson has charge of W. M.
Martin's news stand during the latter's


HAY FOR SALE-At 75 cents per
hundred weight. F. H. Galtskill, Me-
Itoek. Fla.

Our esteemed contemporary, the Ran-
aer rejokices n a new dress of hand-
same type.

Sticky 8y paper and floor wax. Fresh
atoerk just received. Tydlngs & Co,.
pheae No. 30

(Mid graphomhon- records taken In
exchange for new ones at the Otcalat
Furniture Company.

On Thursday and Friday. ready-to-
wear hats and a few dress hats at cost.
Mr. Minnie A. Bostick.


a"-I Mrp. ,Minnie .. BosicK onff-rs on ul,,s the inflammati-n ,-an bn tak-n
Thursday anrd Fii.iy. Ihig inldui-mentsut'Ad this tub retorel t-P its nor-
to cle, out e-rtain lin,- ,,f millinery al vanliti,.n. hearing will bet. ewtrov-
candy gods. 'ed forever. Nine 'as*-. out of ten arn
.-... .. causu.el toy ,';t:trrh. %%hih is nothing
Mr. W. M. Martin and btife anl but an inrtan-l! conitian of the mu-
of the grandrhillr*-n. Mtis Euge-nia and Mas- cous s -rvi-es.
:e-r Wm. He-nry Fuller. l-ft tl.hay for We will give )ne Hunitred Dollars
.Seabre<-ze. to sin.l the n-xt thre- for any -asoe- of D afn.ss (caused by
lime- months ina their cottage on the t.a,.h. ,atarrh that cannot bt- ,ured by Hall's
- 'atarrh ,'ur-. S-en'l for circulars. free-.
Large lot ,of nevw gragihopihone re. t- F-. J. 'he. y and 'a,.. Toledo. r.
paint- ,rdls. latest sel-ectins., just rece-ived at .old by druggists. 73-.
the ( alat Furnitur- 'Companyn. Halls Family P'ills are the bes-t.


Mr. Festus W. Ftiggs sent the Star
o4ffic-e a note from his new hoome at
Adli;tn. .Ml... which says they .ir- all
well altil cropls are- goel.

HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR

The Best Blood Purifier Known-In-
valuable as a Wash
Sulphur is nature's greatest Kermi-
aide. Its value has been knliown for e'enl-
tuiies. but it am.ts never sei< lrlduce<|ad ;i5 sa liquidi until the lhs.' very
of the mliethol of nimaking II :rwkMa-k's
Liquid Suilphur.
It is tmhe tb-wst blooil ul ilir-r kcnan.
Hane(ok'.s I.iquid Sullphur M ill s'ave
dcltor's bills and make cle-ar, brilliant
4comlexlionis. Taken internally. it is
invalua ile ini the spring. U'seIl as a
wash it kills germs, tndl cure-s aind heala
eczema. a-rne. itch. ,landlruff. prickly
heat. ditlhi heria: cata rrh .'uts burns


ATTENTION. MASONS
A regular co'mmunieatit n of M;rion-
ltunn Iloge No. It. F. an]d A. M.. will
tw held. in the temple Thurslay even-
inKg. June 16.
Visiting broth rs cordlially invitedl.
J. S. i'h:ta e. \V. M.


'rh.- z.attw.,1 -Iu. aa:
%ill yateet illSt. Le.- J...T i

faaif C.a ~tTIk--t is. t: -* .

ti~tbn faii-. aafle. .ti tn.S.-
Mr. J. W. a~. a tit ia
hits issui-al zt -irti UiTa C. ,%Ii. h .
h.- thinks ti., At IO~t. e', L. :-~.

lti-al.a ai !.ZaJkaix..


it L re nl e t ,- it. I> r.*.
l- rel..I. j 1 4 h I *t.11he a tt

Felt fut-I 11--f ii ta f.': 111.1*.,1


DAME IS GOING


4 *.I 'ItII1: II.- I.t I -j. f I I


SLuJdie3 0 t.. htttt-.na t,


Jake- unitsn. St-c'rctai .


Iv fit- % h I. I .,I\I I


T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's
*andy. Fresh Shipments Received
Weekly.


scalds. and all intlammations andl sores. Joe Sherman. colored. from the Eu-
Ask your druggist for it. or write r,-ka sect-tion. wal brought up to the
for booklet to Hauncock LiquidI Sulphur hospital yesterday with his legs brok-
'o.. Baltinmore. Md1. I n at the knees. Het w:as ran over by a
t';-ar. Ir. Walter Hopl is atte-nding to
In the absence of Postmaster Soiuire himn.
of Eastlake. Justice Wynne has hadil
new honors thrust u|lon him by being SOMETHING NEW IN OCALA
c-reated ionstmnster general of that in-
createdthat A after back that heats. If you are
vored province. .
or roihaving trouble with the water back in
your kitchen stove, let us fix it, tanl
make hoot water a reality. and not a

S-'loriela 1Plumbing an l Electric t'o.


Melver and MacKay have just re-
et4,ed sae wof the handsomest ladles'
deaihi ever seen In Florlda.

H. A. Ford and T. T. Munrnoe re-
turned last night from the bankers*
convention at Pablo Beach.
MThey lget ft there
Cloaing out at co t. children's hats.
baby capl. etc.. for Thursday aidl I
day. Mrs. Minnie A. Itostiek.

Mrs. J. Robertson and baby lnoy
have returned from a visit to Mr. Robl-
ert une'i mother at Whitney. MO

Lavender. for keeping moths out ot i
your woolen goods. Nothing else so I
god. Postoffice Drugstore.T

Mrs. Ethel looe of Richmond. Fla..
paiMed through town We'dnesd.ty on her a d WeSterl LLne
way to Palatka to visit her sister.
SAcross the Entire States of
The excellent cigars made by Charles I
Peywer. the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy- I n
al. can be had at the Ocala News Co. L
.No T..I..l.. S.W R QI.STTINoa


IL. .. Tonge. nr.. d does it right and ;at right prices. Re- j
awembter the piteeir plumber of 4tcatla.
NO0
D. M. Boney has Just arrived uith a N O
carload of fine young graded Jersey
cows., all fresh in milk and first class
milkers. They can bt seen at his barns.
corner North Franklin St. r

Memr. ,Walter Ray Jacksnmt of lstt-chattat. I.. Horn- of t KITE F'1K
York and S. W. P'ett.eay of Ictroy
were In the city ttodtay.
S'_General


We have just received a large ship-
menat of Tablets and Envelopes of all
eiese and grades; alse all kinds of Sta-
ti aers' supplies. Call and get prices.
Owala sNws Company.

Roy Mann of the Marion farms. left
today for 4;le, St. Mary. tol study the
budding of s-e.an nursery stock for :t
few dagjs. The Marion farms have
about 30.0* s young w.can trees in nur-
spry.

FOkR SALE Acclimated Jersey mileh h
cows. with youngg calves. als limited
number of l uroc pigs. If you want
fancy stuff of the highest breeding you
can kget It from H. H. Whitworth.
Qcala. Fla.


krect LiAe to

RTH TEXAS
W MlXICO,
ARIZONA
and
WLIFORNIA


NEW H(K ,FTEXA.t. FREKK
E. P. TURNER
Passenger Agent


Dallas Texas.


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


CHEAP

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

"THE SCENIC LINE


The state inspector of agencies. T. J OF THE WORLD."
Smith. of the Peninsular Industrial In- I
surance companyy of Jacksonville. the- Make your arrangements now.


Will tell of *oxfojrd W.as U|p today.
II- said t-he cnita;lioupe crop w'ast fair
. Ia that gmiod 'prices were being ob-
tained. but that the watermelon crolp
%was a failure and about done feor. Tto-
tinvto,"s did 'elI until ;a day or twee ago.


NI S. T. tM .e 'I Nk ~ a~I I. ..t of P! .

y-t-iI ay feet St. Lae"I I I .
h-onaa~it t .il l M iassaoe i. i \ 'a a t':iia l S:
TU auis. %% 1h.-re'. Al.. 'a'N% :1! f 1 itr t\


Pearl trowah wash Iq the bte-st We- sell
It. Postotflce Drugstore.


* IUlleci k. 1,41ftht is f't. ae.-i ii-s Jaon I -
11eelV ill'.. tee, .it1,11.dl 1Iti.- Il-t.*' Tt1.1V atI'

4 .a t It t n iitil i.* a.t


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S'. 11. It e~akitasieooelifact Iha a
hIl~usta italInhsmat lil a' i'ethil-i'a *-: .1 .. I,
eaesiivillt, m a ll l'i' tsI-ofI, w: I ha a i,

.1eet01laisiha eniat-g a'. ind Ik


when the price dropped. All told, the Iu'h ne'I-'-I.-l ,.-t. .M' -i. It ...a e ," ..i*
4*xtolI truckers geot about half a: crop hin.
this season.
YONGE. THE PLUMBER
The 4Ocalai Jersey i "'retamlery can sup- I Idest. Ihi-. i.'st nil ,,.st. \\' : kiti
ply from o4ine quart to twentay-five gial- for gla'ry. S.,- tht.- ai ,iia'-1 l an,.l- ,a
lons eof milk Ieri day. Parties tan get IO-al:la.
milk. clalbber eor butter any time osf day i
by spending to the dairy; corner North F For Thams hv .t ;l. : I.'ility I ,,'. :.
Franklin St. ibig lin-. ,.f t. v.-,s. ilelo.., .i i ; : -
-- -- i m inigs oea all ki' .s at :itr lr!... .a a
.Miles Il.all,|ers went tIy private- coni- to los e-,. lout sit., k. M~IN. M int .\. I:..
X'elaintce to Salt Springs today c to ainmp tick.
out fori ; week for his health.
S- JERSEY MILCH COWS
Tqakeween Bug Destroyer, for spring I hi.v. just ii! '..l in .;,! r: n,
house cleaning: clean, non.orosrlve \ '. t et. h:e.. 'a mith th,- it .. ., t .,o
jnd d eith o iii bugs and in ,-'1 ts. Noew .l,I..r inil, h .., .. .,,2,' ,
Ib the time tf use it: 25 ct-its. Ty- ity. S., S h,.t. a .it ,,j ",; tj 1 tN
dings & Co., phone No. 30. tiI ,',,.. iiv..,' -t ,1,!.a ,i I. ,:

e-. 4%. R;awlas of Mont.ook was .st tht THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
.1|ontez.una last night. Mr. R.;iwls hI;s
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS
just ieturnaed foitm .a Visit teo his tine-
oiranlgt- erov .iat Are.lali.;. He- s; s, lh
N11V. I.. Y.:in'-v. .aalia aill. Ky.. *, % it- :
trt-es ;te- liookiuig unusually \ell. ;tre 1
gt wing ralaily ttal, h.av f ir fa "I h:>r. 4 s0v i f.a < .is- t l' ki-i' v v iv
fruit. a .nd tht1-e 1of thIl- tI.-st IldI -. ,.: !, i
SKentucky ttr.at.l t in- \\i'ha ilt s <.
The Place I then took l'el.'.-'s Ki!zi'y v (''!:. T!."
To Find first l1ttle- ga TIn. lt I.
Rugs,
Pretty Frame Mouldings,
.- ,fil r -tn l .'" S..;,i 1,v t e I',.i." :";: ,-
Hammocks. ,
it ug.fst ore.
Is at J. A. Pittman and Son's.gtre
Dame. the -.1im TI; ii. ,t t 1'. '
;,eorge Itussarald *of li.srt'\. on *e f the i
l .est kna'owni .atl nma ost unilv-'s.tllv lik his
u n dt t A. i, matke- his teaalt' \. ; .,l.T ,'
conducto 'rs son thll A 1. .tiir l' i-
a:t present h, te, in t lt it th se ho .ri s* hk:t - : -
: ments.
tra crew tand n'lagii*. haullit 1i1 .>nt
t.tssembling tli- v .atet a: ei. .y ,n .is t 'a t
shiipmeni- t north. liP k ,,i : '. T .


WANTEI1 To rent a .,ol a-,,,aTmn
cotta ge. Must lie ill go.i w l,.,Ilt .M. ,;
if suitalale aould tuy. Ihqu|ite at this
office.


The Li.tt- iroluth ,'ti.,n-.| i t sI, t-I
thi *t .iH .- t?;, \.-< ,." ..,k-- \ :: . <-
ing the tle-eS to s.h.+- th-- t.! ll 111n s.,ie-
S rnit.t ,,-.es lt h i lit the- c'r..; si..: !..
tho n h.tif The ;e.,\.-s .t th, t-es h.t-,
tl I;ti.h y, .-l,.\\ .tut i.- t I-, I t a a'. t.,v'

. > th- S:" : S n l: ;.
t fiul ,f the t1-Silts ,! tIh ,:..
i - -
P' *R SAI.E Chea.a, for A. sh, a <-om-
plete set of En,-.clopaei.i Britani, a.

full sheep bindlig. Apply to M, J. J- C.
Porter. or to J. H. Benjamin. a' Star
office.

.M r K ll S',., l'ten. ;t f.t:!'-r .-: :,
fu ,niItt Ie tIn this itV. tlut !i w a .:;-
Zet ,f N. w *c .ar l ns. ,*.,s'. I;h .:'':.'.


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MIlVER & MACKAY


Oce la, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinet


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriage



HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS


Building Materials, Every Kind and DesctipthAl


FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete


NOTICE TO PARENTS


. : ,
\\ ..

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








SHEET MUSIC FREE





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CURES OLD SORES


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OXFORD'S ANNUAL PICNIC


FARM FOR SALE


! -a Q *j If. j

I a aa .C I . -


THAT TIRED


FEELIG


W. P. EDWARDS
At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vesetablo

inSeason

City and Country Trade Solicited


Free Delivery


Phie 121.


Special Sale


of Sewing Machine

We have a large number of sewing machines that have bes -
out itt:e-tha' we ,ill close out at Bargain Prices. These mihi- s hi m
oeen thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all werm u t-
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine ie adjuM- o ud
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our aters. Cam be e
and tried. if desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices frh to 9%
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and oWheelW adI WV-
son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attaslhme.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and lReeerde I f L
SPECIAL ATTE .*ION TO MAIL ORDERS

Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at

"SMITH'S"


Ocala


Furniture


Co.


J. R. MARTIN & CO.


GENERAL


LIVER'


Fine Carriages, Bre amd Taf
Drummers, Carryalls, a eH esm e


FINE VEHICLES, FAST HONES

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

J. R. MARTIN & CO.



T. W. SMITH & COMPANY



Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open far businme I
the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Priof Paie a
Comolete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Teo ofIa@
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Agateware, te. Ss, D~es
and Bhmnds. Gur.s and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and
better: Wire Nett ng. the American Field and Elwood Fenseim. The Lew
e t P-:ccs W ll Prevail.
Sesentten Yeirs' Experience in the Hardware Businese Familik.riie UB
With- the Wants of the People. Your Business Solied


PRESH MEA-TS AND CAME
S .. 1:--f.". '.r f k. .Matton and Sausage
S- "* '.sr-ful ttentlon to
W. L. JONES, Prepsiei
CITY MARKET

--m


Summer at


Hot Springs


-2- '." A'k n-a.s. for the
...* : "- h:,ey th, be t
* .h 'i; in ths- foot-
- ..-- a tnal and le-
.- ., i ]t-.1 I n the
". +i.-.*, :..l luring



One Fare Plus $2.00


S .... r, Trip throughout the
S-ur'.;f r.
vot ". .IT - .


U


paper-


o Deyo


quite


I Ii Luu1hI1JI U


WAll fdutphone


0


OCALA EVEWINd Ettit. THURSDAY. JUNE 16. 1904.


PAW THlY













OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. JUNE 16. 1904.


THE INSIDE INN


Comp~xions of perfect pr ,vy are made by
Hancock's Liquid Stilphur. Thle value of
*m- It r 1 h o(,tvIts aS1,j as t lut iit



IhANOCK-SI Hanceck's

1Liquid Sulphur
:as.k.but,.s asr A.a Lorbjih -.I cure
11 0 I-or .,tc a ncw 5 owth of
h: I a ."dsT,'Js : '.c lh fooIflnAinatitc
an I-,- tAF ihC -.kAndavo d prcamature
A tr 11 i f IUIAm.a,~L *- liquid SUnl-
pb ir t OnIaI?* ,, r T rug 51.)fc.
Sims ~r~t.s1 c Is LIs~d upW MOWumu
a VdNM V., or sugrs Scalds. OPa-
of OWN -a- a Ntci.5V S
1' ft ~r iiuzIa-ir and Hands ard all
A.-On ..F kt, so)4a
1 a41 r.-
L E ~ ~
,,.,. j IQ t.&JP IJ '


Coast


Line


Atlantic


WORLD'S FAIR RATES


The visitor to the- World's F.air w-alk-
ed timidly up to th-e -lerk ;at th- hutel
desk and ask-4:
"Excuse me. sir; is this th- Inside
Inn"' And if so. is the w-propri-tur of the
Inside Inn in ?'"
"Yes." repi-ed th- *le-rk. ith t faz!-
away look in his eyes. "this is thet- In-
side Inii. and you ill finid the prupr i"-
tor of the Inside Inn. o.utsid- by th'-
inn's side. lHe has b-een keeping tha-
Inside Inn for veral weeks. I.- t-ell.
me- that on-e whe-ti he took .ah O.eainl
trip> he couldn't keep his inside iti. but
that waa inside information. ati, he
didn't intend it to, gtet uutsil-."
"All right." said the gu-st. "if this
is th- Inside Inn. we w iant to s-,e its
inside as Well as its ,outside be-fire we,
look inside a:iy of the outside inns. If
\.e like- the Inside Inn inside a.nd out-
side- better than we like the. outside
init's outside and inside e I may bring
:our things from outside- inside andi stop
inside the Inside- Inn. ltt'caus-e we w%. don't
tliave- to go from the inisi.lte utidl ora
; onile back from the outsidel- iiside-


Sw h- n we're .se,*ing the- fair. but can re--
maini inside ,or outsidti the Inside- Inn.
it being the only inn inside the grounds.
The other ones are oni the outside tidn
furnish no more 'comfoqrts for the guests-
inside or outside th.tn does the Inside
Inn w ith exhibits close -utside at the-
inn's side-that is. the Inside hIll's
side. II -"
But the clerk had fainte-d and fallen
back inside the Inside- Inn's itesk. aii'l


Fhrst C AS exCurtSO r ates to St. Louis';`.';ot- t*s "e hurryingh O t f


and Return:

$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$20.55, final return limit, 15 days


Shis outsilde- and brandy for his inside.
though in their excitemen-l t they got
that whic-h \%as me-ant for his inside-
)out.side and that \which was for his out-
side inside.- BaIltiimore Anierica n.

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM

The feelliag of imp-,ending doomn In the
ex.c.i.i.l c .x c...*... ...I u ..tu ...._.. il..=.. a'. .:.-


mthes"" "f '"O"y vitims'ofI" ri ght 'sdis-
Specal ten day coach exc ssions at very ase and ia.n.ett- has been chinge1., to
Thankfulness by the benefits derived
low ffrom taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
will cure incipient right's dis:easie nnd
Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and ,li.it,.to. .randl ev-en in the worst cuses


Louisville R. R.. and "Dixie Flyer" route.
For further Information see F. J. Hulwer. Agent. Ocala.


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


PTCiLIS will be sold every Wednesday and
S Saturday daring months of June, Jly, Au-
gout and September points in the Sotheast,
at one fare, pkm $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.
For Books and Pamphlets descriptive of the
Hotels, Bathi Houses, etc., apply to


Ia.U


L E. REHLANDER,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
No. J8 W. 9th St.
Chattanooga, Tenn.


mM


Florida Eat Coast IRy.

LOCM UECAM No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.
UUUP Irn. TN9OUU3-RfA* UP.

avayMSo. Daily Daily.
9IW *a&Lw .. ....ia5Sal l ? b 6' a?
IWO& as. ........... ...... iica vle..... tAg m ..............v 6425B
333.............. Q....... 1401 ..... .........7 .
ifa IaZ.Ha= ........ "54: PP

.................. .... L U P
a.. ....rlta.. ..n .Ar 5


. .41 av ........... ......gL
V:Low .4 .... L 6GO: 4 31
... su = 9 ..... ... ...........
.... ko :dM .rr.... .... ... 1307a
li .. ayetoan&.l496 1a l

UPI... ... or rage 46
IEU I[&N ...... . .....7 .. 31 a
... .... o ty&... ..........L



so ~ .. .. .... ........ r ..~. 9! lui v IfSm08sar' 10 Ola
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ..... ....... Otei.....A 22 U is. vLkeee A P 6166
( ....... 'tw rm ............ Je sen t.... L. .. ... t "Ar -) h049~
*U r .. .............mftw . Stui a rtl i......' (Ity... L.. 1. P ON &
IWO P1 ... We t JLia ..... ..e11 aa
..... e ep Day eiy aa or. 10. T, aDei aed i 5
5e~ ylyS[0;11 : "1 400 Y~ SOa I S


PIW 4 t p 934&4Aa'%.Jeeksmaatlle1sees s a SO, 'I 51 I
$0ltto 4IaIdaue bseh I b 7ll


i give comfort anl relief. Slight disor-
iders arei cured in a few days. "I had
diabetes in its worst for-m." writes Ma-
rion Lee of I)unreath, Ind. "I triel
Sight physicians without relief. Only
three bottles of Foley's Kidne'y Cure
male nit- ;m a 11 l man." Soald by the
l'.stoxfl hi'e Drugstore.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

Miss Iyizzie Turiney arrived from L it-
tie Rive r. near Miamni. the past week.
alnd is visiting lt-latives here.
Saturday was thet eightieth aniive.r-
sary of the birth ofa Rev. Itewie-na
Jones. He is a very vigorous aind1 well
preserved mian for his age. full of \iin
;i n i-c i 'ahich We,. l, d '0, a r'-, it to
,a tmiulh younge-r ti.li. ainl Mieio,!ty he
visited, Itiala. returning with Ins ai1niis
full of lbunllh.s. iidli .atilig .1 Iusy al.1y
spent in the ltrick City.
Friends of louri former nelighilbor. Mr.
Iie ig S. Thal 'ker. Will lI e ililte -, t-.l
iin kiuna ing that ht- i'x i- n w ini lite iir-
calltile lo.isilness illn 'o',rona. <'C .,I wh.li i
he is proslpe'rinlig, doing a: busilless ft'
$4il ple-r itilnth. ie is also on the,
I,;ardI of city trustees. is tre:sulirer of a
*'.hUl'h4i and isupteriitenltsont ,of a S.tnl.lay
s.lichai. aitd also a trust'-,e of thet- ubi-
lic sIh-,li. s. H a. lie.s a \ il'f 1i i i d at.li-
toI1 of four years..


SUED BY HIS DOCTOR

"A doctor here has sued ime for
$1.., wh'th I A'laimiel was exnessiet,
for 'holera norlbus,'" say.s it. White-. of
'oacht-hella. C'al. "At the trial lie pr:ais-
ed his niie-dic' Stkill andl -di'-iiiei. I
asked hinm if it w. as no1i4t I''hairnil-la ii,'s
Coli'. 'Chole-ra and I i.irrhoa+:t RL .n-.ly
hle us-d,. as I h:l01 good rt-as.ton to Ili-
lit-\r it was. and lie woul nol t s.y un-ii
e.r to:ithi that it wa% s itnot.N" o 'l,oT.. le,!
ioull use a et I lte-r t-ri*- I y thi this in
Sa >,as'. oe f t1hi l li.t ilti .us l It Ie't-
fails. S4.ldi Icy all druggists.


CARRA WAY

11t' I N 1.'aai i ..e....T. e
sik l~ as a!-' 1lSlst t,-r tte"ttai-


s. E c. I. -- nle-ItJ 1 E, n



't:1h''-up hIs T-;l. i, :..h
F: In, i.e V1. a ~ c




NT' NI~~a a *.'a. a .



S 1i'-.'a .. isEs x.


'P~.a ti' '.01- !1.::-, . .

FOR A HUNDRED YEARS

"or .'s : I a' = I 1'.\


It Musl colC.


As inevitable aa the chang-in seasons of
the year :s the change xw:ch cuimcs to
every woman And ;-t as one anticipates
the changes of other eao.un it is wise to
anticipate this change rf e i-on and pre.
pare for it In t'.i, way th-. di.comfoa-s
and disasters suffered by mtan- w>,men at
the period of change can '. avoided or
overcome
Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription. a med-
icine lor every seazso of woman life w:I:
entirely meet the needs of women at this
period of cha.ngt It cur--. the phvyi.a!
till and rtheve-s the mrnnt: anxiety and
depression usually a d-'ctated witt this
critical period. It tran, ui'.te- the ne:'e-.
encourages the appetite and indu ca re-
freshing sleep

FOR WOMEN
WHO CANNOT BBE CURED.
Backed up by over a third of a century
of remarkable and uniform curet a rer,. rd
such as no other remedy for the diaeaars
and weaknesses peculiar to women ever
attained. the proprietors of Dr Pitrce's
Favorite Pre.cription now feel ful.v war-
ranted in offering to pay $xo in legal
money of the United State%. for any a-ce
of I.eucorrhea. Female Weak.ne- Pr,,.ap-
*us. or Failing of Womb which they can-
not cure A"l they ask is a fair and reason-
able trial of the:r means of cure.
J a Car!.tle Eaq .,f Mancheter Cffe C ...
Tenn writes I have '.een usri' v ,u- ithi-
cnes fr the ast !*'teen ,rI ei'hteei yenae. in
nyv Poir-house I ra *ier'ntendent o& the
Coffee C>'inty Pooa hi u- ..hu-'. A u::i, ..:1i' iwed.
Your FSvrite Prte% i:;.:i.,n '>,.,.en Mt ical
Dwlsovn-.r aml Pleasant Pe:ets are the 'est
miedicine- fur tnhe do*le'at :f*r whih t Ahey re
recommended that I ever u-ei The% -.ved
Inv wife'. life at thr- trie uf change u: :ife I
have been rec -r.''-ia:!g y. .ur mrue,Tliine to
many afflhiteld w~-.en ad. havr also guri:trerd
that if it did nut cure I w u; ;ay -,.a the
money St.ent tr it I have *l Iur i -t
that if the -,tle t irne bt.ik an! ai.! I',ct r
Pierce m :ie e,: "l i.B. : ;.at give a:i-:>-.ti an. to
f e tihens ha, k :he-r a' Iis '. !i ...z'oC, at e.
have notit once f 1ee(i.. (e up..n t rfu i I
have never found au1th!.t;e to equa: the Favorite
Pre"-ri;pt' n f,,r .!iase of wimi::
Dr. Pierce* Cttit nn +Sent-w M-dical
Adviser i- *eet ree* aIn receipt 4if 2a ,ne-
cent tanijp ,'. t hr. ;.a er r.vtrred Im",k or
-t.n, for &th :h ..u,,d Address


$25 REWARD
Thie till -! l \:i i.'.! It!! i ; ; a v;i:
& SIf $.' f l thle n.,;..s I," th. ; l. \\iho





at e t. .- i tn n S'ip. :. is .l l l .'



.a S li- i' e i,i I t Ii '.i i si..

$.ihll ti, t ii i lt. ,'I ' ,a t: ih .
Shou. l th, -y in h i .... ,' :.'.t "i"!.
iv'--l .I Sh ip ,l. t ,% k i
t. ip .: .il ir r ; !' T


"I have suff~r.-'lwith 1aalea ft
One or at m, last At'-il *I kti~z
the lpil -a's t-.~', -im te'L.i'ar and.
weeks thev 4Ad,-&, it ".r'ui.,e, vie,
harp d-,n" w,-reiJr'e f..r r. Iau,
feel lie a new au"niae.'ortge Kr)
Best For
The Bowel


CAMPY CAT1140


Pleaa1ant. Palatable Potent. Tae
Rover Sicke~n. Weakeni or Oiri;'-I
sold in bal k. The r-i iz ii..W
3UArAns"ei to Iur- or %-r fIx
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chi~c
ANIMAL SALE, TENE NILI


A IS N.\ eI II l fIT,:-,II. I


Stomi


cured


WORLD'S


S40.65


533.90


Rt.I :-,p Ion A& lea'lly.


K. 'ui~d Trip Iaon salic ali-
*Y t,.au sixty days.


PMl liTIS


T IE MfK


IW&& L A. K~.h~


Sound Tril., On W-Inted-A well d~r. J9wr
ty ~ Isternhef gem
'?0 -N 2 ShiaO, ehuday*.U I
Roand Trip. oo.d tea stern~rzer.
dayfl. On Sair TursYe'sdaa
Thursdays tIgo Junw.. CIb4d
>n oly I aoebee. several now cefltagess SaVR rm.
.staff Slerahere".
,SY M .LucY Mack of IMovtstin M
improve very d6wly.
'per sale cbeap-25om N& 2 fiw


E1th.-r through Atlanta and Chattanooga or Columbia and Ashovtlak
"l..1.-1 Itf th. Sky" route.
:* ,:y l:n- frin Florlda with its own rails to St. Louis. Two trains daily
f:.":n J., ks, .,vill-. Through sleeping car.
ST '-6 -Vi'RS (I ING; AND RETURNING. on World's Fair season. sixty-
!.,y f.! tift-t,-.lay tickets. within limit, at princiipal mountain and summer re-
..**:t ; ,ints t. th '.Carolin:tas andl East Tennestsee. No extra cost. An oppor-
,ii.t.\ t>. visit the- gt-.it-st of World's Fairs and spend a vacation in the
N;.-.,..-i: ii. h,-1t- i i, trips ,can bt made through the Sapphire Country. Lake
T.*x A.,y. th.- HiIghianf. -t'.
I -'til.- :t,.lI v.Alu.abla. information. maps. folders. etc.. cheerfully furnished
,1;.,11 .;,ili .itian. J. C. LUSK.
IDistri,,t Passenger Agent. lOS West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.






Vacation Days in



COLORADO


r thirty i vr 0
& t i, .i--

It ,'..r. m AIR LINE RAILWAY,

IW P
S, 05avannah. Columbla, Camden, Southern Plia,
i Raleigh, Richmond. Washington, Baltimore,
m: \Philadelphia, New York. 0
OP TWO ELiOCANT TRAINS DAILY. g

o ... .. Seaboard Express,
. .5Seaboard Mail. U
:2coor N.Y. 513 O-
.LION 3 OES ODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
Ch .," N:,',
..1 ,,, ONLY LINE OPERATING

Dally Through Sleepers from JacKcson-
m ville to New Orleans .

S For full iuforuatioa sad 81eepW B a er tm eal oam -y mAgMt
Sboeard* or write
A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. UOn. Pass. Agent,
Jacksonvillhe, a.
8. C. BOTLST ,N. JR.. Pameaer Asnt. Jackaoevll. fla.


rtes


- WDYJPEPJIA CURE

Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs. '. W. Lay.-
N-vada. C. was eir o0 ... a'n.
cured t Kc; P- .. .
of st :-.a h : r:.:
trout .;. -- s.a r.
has e.er::e:d .' se 0,
his heArt. AiM K 4:'.


Atlantic Coast Line Railway Coaspany


TIME TABLE IN EFF


DEPARTURES


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.


Sles. J. Starr Sternberor.
Call at F. L Johnom's rest ara aO
your choice meals aind lutc
FlMe roe fshd every other & Wa
Tompkl stall. NI. 1it cy mpag.
Choice Florida beef chircba ta
and country produce at Melboadre s
cery.


Quit talkluaf about other pespa
Sometimes the person y are talhfg
about Is far your superlor.
ca ll at the Mahk eMs. 6 M I 1
frtab alo4dg aad beard atre
ble rates. West Brodway.
SIlee cream of all fSavrm every V4
at Tompkis and Brooks le rrmm
garden. Go and enjoy yourself
*Keep in memory that the Mafc
Hiuse furnishes meals at the follawlg
hours. from 7 to l. from 1: to L a"d 7
to S.
*Call at Mrs. W. C. Willloughy'a r
dressmaking. All orders U d wblk
dispatch and neatnea. West Bra-
way.
FOR RENT-Three 2-roam s e ms
two 3-room houses: o ne -ro on
one 5-room house. Starr teraber-
ger.
Everybody talked about what ogt
to be done to asstit Rev. Boyd and -
one- seems to be doing aaythn. Ti
is cheap.
*Fresh water bream ard trem, ai
water trout, sbeephead and bs mad
Salt cured mullet and fresh oysls at
Jake Tbomma. market.
Anyone knowing the name ef the
s.e'rectary of the Grand Court of the
|Heroines of Jericho will pleaxe nlnwm
the. editor of this column.
When your paper fails to reach ya,
l ',n't 'cut up." but notify the edier
* nd find out the cause. That is the


right way to rectify matter.
*L Green, the ghtntig shaver. CUM
and try his shave and hair cut and y
will always come. Shave, lee.; hair
cut. 26c.; honing rasor, 2Se.; cocmave
razor. 7Se. All work ryot cm M.
long delays: two chaIr. Nemt der o
Alberstine Smith. ao West Bredwaa.
We wish to state that If yes wmgh to
know what a good society can and wU
to faor you. Just Join the PFloria ta-
dustrital Insurance- company. keep yr
dues up. and you will be well cared fr.
*F. Mention, the hustMlag greer. bh
enlarged his business and is ready t
supply the public ai choice grocerem
vegetables, cool drinks, confeetiaer.y
et'. Free delivery wagnu. Twr er-
ter.s solicited. Iron' buildln. Seau
Main street
The K. of P. had a very me time
Tuesday evening. After the mneet
adjourned the committee meved re-
freshments to the newly made member
and the lodge in general. This ladg
ranks among the best in the city. aad
its numbers are som of the melt
prominent citizens. The committee
who served refreshments are to e
complimented for the faithful direharb
of duty.

ASTHMA SUFIrFIIRER'
SHOULD KNOW ThU


Foley's Honey and Tar ha cre
maly cases of asthma that were co-


i ilerd hopeless. Mrs. Adolph sslme.i
ST01 West Third St.. Davenport. lawo.
writes: "A severe cold contracted
FECT JUNE 5, 1904 twelve years ago was neglected ums
it finally grew Into as tma. The beft
Smed ical skill available could o Mgive
FROM OCALA | 1me more than temporary reVef. IF-
Foir Ro-:helle. P'alatka. Jacksonville and, I-y'.s Honey and Tar was recommeadad
all pJoAits east. Also for .Macon. At- and one '4we. bottle entirely cured a
lareta, Nashville. Chicago. via Dixie If a.sthmia. whi'h had been growls on
F'lyer r,ute. me for twelve years, and if I bad ta en
Foi Le-esburg., Croom. Trilby, Brooks- it at the start I would have b mved
vill-. Tarpon Springs, Clearwater. y,-ar of suffering." old by the l-
liell-air. St. Petersburg. Lakeland. (Lfiie D rugtore.
Tampa. and intermediate points.
For Juliette., Gulf Junction. Homooas- C O D iiD
sa a.il intermediate points.


F.r JuIIette. High Springs. Live Oak,
uLponrt. Waycross and all points east
an!d west.
For Juhi-tt-. Gulf Junction. Homosasm
an I interr-mediate points.


T N- 2'" and T; carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.


1' & ,' ".-..r..-:s sai from Port T. a pa fer Key West and Havana on
T .. .sis.. arl Thursdays at I 3I, r. m.
... .;-te an! reliable Information re-garding rates, through car
S-.'. s~-e;-r reservations, etc.

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:natural playgroundl for the vacation-dleserving from
this m e,-'tin. Illustrated literature sent free on
request.


Through Sleeper service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day


LOW RATES ALL SUMMER

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