Group Title: Ocala evening star.
Title: The Ocala evening star
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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 17, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03018
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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OCALA


FV ENING


STAPH


Velms SO, NImb 2 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904 Fifty Cents a M ,$5 Y
.. .. .. .


TEA


For ked To% use Chas'-anid San-
her.'s.

EFF0L 1011P
We havo- altui. a Mixed Te--a in p~ack-
age; 2c. forr a htalf ttounil-a oi sl-n-
454 drtimk.
If yo4u wL4ntfato'*itthjttg getitland~'
reiablo u" haws- :aaeei .4mitiaoin's

AT THE

TWOT hlaey


WA~IL.mS
.And
REPMRS
-0TO-
F.G.B. WEIHE!
The Yewdu


THE SLAUGHTER
OF THE INNOCENTS
Five Hundred Bodies of the General
Slocum Disaster Recovered, and
the 'List Growing
ti*aiajak thim .aft.-! ,tma. 4 14 t, #..I ii! #of T
vi-ti113,i4 of t h#- ste-,attso.e t .-n-." t:i $
4Utti had Ils-n Ie E?'-1 ight ,*
vk-t-ro-in on+-le- It(up, i'.-1ul .1' T N.,:
fivz eth~z ra slan-1. DLi v.-ita :t i .
-unio-#l the-it '.%ok in ti. it--rgak.*aaiv);
Th.-y h;,t e- ty thi-ar .-f!'tpils r1eIt.,tOp.'
whasbiy l ist. 1'la heir' Pte' Lv*- a*t i
I he niicht. Th" ihit, i zurrle., '

'4;rae-f-str ae'k.' i*~..nti'u.
ni'orgui- in the- vi- unity ef5'.S1..i a-k
churcha'h~t.1thit" shw sit 'sn-., r- t!h.-.
aaeth-t4. h. .!'ttaielthe- hut ..jeli
It i-ti tee jei in. ft'n t flth 'pi-:i Li l
'liii,'ulty. 5'i.s*la'~~, i
b~y Ithe- su i -A i eas Ih. s Ii -.t'itt r '
s. is t'a upji.l ith-p t et- it ti f..
th'eew, hcha i--s.
A Ghastly Sight


I U i-.e Ae N ut .'.# ; it lrii the.- N.'.-w Y-',k
mhort*. .ff" i.li. .- kla-\\n i.s HIlliin '
IL V rm %| >Yi< ji'.,int. e..;m I- 1 -S-i the- ui.t-,.' ,:t i ,t.i
MISS N. SINCLAIRlle-x. to, sinokt-.sI.,'ks. s.i h-I
d. fligsta iff a;ini twisted- ,.in l.-iit ir.,:,-
Private office in Commercial Bank. w terks. This i-a i\h:it r-m.iliiis tf tl
TY ur work in the above lines solicited. fat-.Il .sti-;til.:.it 4;.-no-Il Sl>.Pt..ti. It is
Sped and securacy guaranteed. ~ ; hiieoms mietinumin.-iat iof the- s,.
_. l-r j ll e lrit- t'ia ly \Not iis.[i :ii.| 'hlii.!: .i.
;last th it v -. it] tilt. ;- l all-I i \, ).s--
1F181 All OYSTERS ,-,,,:, e,.,, th-,. .- .. "'
liluiir lg n i,l ch cities th t th-i t l-ii,.-
I have fresh Itott. m Fish and s.ct'riei e- ,f lir.- ,,s i.e.. l!.-ss. i.i li,
M ullet always on hand: ,h ,- effi. s t, th'. ih ,-,, th,, n, ,i.
Cedar Key and Crystal River! ,i.,.ve-th.- ,.. ,-.al half.i ,il,. i,.-r.,,,
OYSTERS, iH.-,.hing hr.-: ihtiat lht if.- i lis ...
ltt l i"tl'I U4 l u !ii'.i!\i.e.:l1ii -*. .ill iihat th. -
I ECUVES FELSN ODAILY '"oriisotfU.i."i ,or ft:-, 1,.1," u...s .., 1tt.
Opened and delivered upon request . ft w ,ai- ltv. i, .inta s ... ,. .l
C te': f < i- t Ie a fri t .t-. to hi.
SEE- ME, I CAN i.ti,.-s. Th FILL YOUR WANTS ia",",
W. M. TUCKER, TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
itfUV VflrBU \Vl>ndl.lrful thinig. air'+ ,ilonl r,,r thn"


We will


Sell


OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING


at Actual Factory Cost.


THEY ARE ALL NEW GOODS AND STYLISH.

Come and Get a Suit Before They are Picked Over.


W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY


WE ARE NOW AMERICA
Secretary Hay Shov.s Good Sense and
Good Taste in Mabing a MNu-h
Needed Change
\\ :, '.,' . *. .


PERNICIOUSACTIVITY FOR YOU TO BUY
OF RUSSIAN SHIPS


T --- V ad cstc. S-lu3dron St~rs Up tl'e
Ja.-4nse-Conbtamt F gi-tmq
,r L


T.'.: Transports Were Sank


P'rt Art':ur Flcet Does Some Damage


Russian Lo:ses at Telisa


LTJN/ e


'I''' -


- .


ROUGH OR DR


ESS


ED


T"c Beieigocring Army


See or Phone


B. H.


S~. 5'l".NI'!!. 111'TF FINE BATH. HOT AND COLD WA2= W
; z-1,:.' s . trti ng-s. etc. Only one biwk 4o ftlf Ockws


CALL O


N.2 ~'NUINESMETAN.%D ':'04-D HOME. ONE 3ROUSE V1
s '-r fifth: and three extra lar-goe"; two 810
NA.':- s PEN LAND. FOR FARMING OR STOCK INIUM 0
;-.;-kt'In :his o unty. Price. $I per acme
N .4 12iL:.I.; L' TS VTFPeeM 3l'.9 oTi)Sot)O; NEA-R SQUARE: Alff Who
* N'.'TW ~.-1)' Lk S1A1t MALL HOUSE IN. IRn r WAI OM
.1 1 ar 4! on.!'e bitock #ff Ocklawaha. MUM be SON NO


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


t.DfM,


R.. CALL 0N Di'T F.
ROOM 12. MERCHANT S' BLOCK. OCALA, FLA.


. R. MARTIN & CO


GENERAL


Fine Carriages, BuOgies amd Tn
Drunmuers, Carryalls, dBoe Hes, e.

FINE VEHICLES, FAST HMB
Horses and Mules for Smle HBm
Boarded by the Month at Specl Rae
J. R. MARTIN & CO.


Elegant Millineryj


SEYMOVUR


PHONE NO. 25.


- Ocala, Fla,


Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of Ilty th tC


EDWARDS BROTHERS


1. C UM a:& ietot al s' i' tag get 5'.TITHE Cl lt'MARKET
A. 3. W ILLI KIlout hioak. tot- Ithivy twyI4: t. .I'.i11eevl -1 1
IM m E AND W ILDER tie''.ih41i4f -t' o e al CI 0 1 '1 iI CI C
Offers him set's'ies to the jieol~de of ;i11tis-IWtleI-dressingS :it- i N-l LeailO \h s L cal ucc
Ocala and s'i'tntty for work in hist line. VaUetu I11t. it i htiits,. rte --a i- IIise n. k..inu


Vf rocoenm.taIWat 6 Prix and gaid work it- 11helene .itilanlainatn:tjei sel-ts i. ll,
comamt. Ohwn I ("-I cl 'ieatle- to make es- ''a uvs thlemviatooheal '.'.ithlicut iumituriti a
Umates atid carry thenk tP a suev't-sfUl imellIeez't iiI i- it'V' 111el1.
lhw.J. l). willi:.mq. the qaelelit -.atigit-nt. OI 'latila*i ii its I 1:. iI
No. 138. S. 2nd St.. Om':uha. Fa.I I IItiai4i -.t s ae11t his t I IiI lot inlc! jolt. I t
such Injuriiiies5 4*u~z--t.*5 t 1. 1 itilit-;Ie1x*-! y
CmA D. Rc -11i. kily. It :esee :all~ays thi.' 1.4111.1t
A din sceur hsoitut and Iit %%'.ill s: o'll titi),.'
FANCIY GROCERIES 4'1ielleiit. andl uffel-rjtig 'a hi, Ista. -h ill -
-~~~ ~Juries entaitl. For salt ,-'he 4alIl ggt ~


For the tiniest bread, cakes
and Fancy Groceries in the city
REMI-MBNIR Till


FRENCH BAKERY


MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING


Carpentering and
General Repairing
Sittacthos GuaAGattud
Adtlre.s
BOX 01 OCALA, FLA

L.ALEXANDER
Practical
AIPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates maide on all contract.
work. Glv*, mo0e and better oik foi
te money than any other man It


Cream Vermifuge
S TWIE MMITEED

th WORM


LOUISVILLE IS HONORED


I.iiii~ ~l'. K \. 4 5-eI.1 44 II


WM. ANDERSON
.%Pkq tit, r-.tl.a-s et f Ithis i'-' ~ t

%lthavehms ht-el cut:,-] by it. -1-o no t I-.
K e l~. igtests L% Lit -oil ti .'.t. cutre-s itlti- :
i.tiont. dy s I e j's~i a m.1all .si.'ta,' h
I h1110t' It I t it flo b etai:I it le tt.?*.-
KeeibinI 'tie %ttaio ac*tz.1111 d-l'-.st., lt.t
teilt, uta itnt -it in ti il.


NO UNION TO PROTECT THEM


. i s l lit ,, t ; l .,i -i,.*i 'I'-., -
m pr ll. ni g tv ,. th. : .. ,l ,,s ; "'\
It, *u t .is i . :*. ; i, t ?,,: T' ',
r.. i ; i I i '. *


HAVE YOU A COUGH'


Y-I % "' a ~:;,.% .. ". iN ''


WESTERN AN CHOICE FLORIA MEATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETAL.ES IN SEASON
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 10S


S ASIDE iNN AND COTTAGES
Leading Hotel and Pleasure Resort on the East Coast of
Florida 0


EVERYTHING
1 1 '. : ,, "


MODERN
I ,


FOR A HUNDRED YEARS


' I .. .





BIRYAN WCN'T HAVE THE BOODLE


I .


ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS


SIAddress HORACE F. STEWARD I \ ill. \V. K
Address HORACE F. STEWART,


GOODALL,


- FLORIDA.


it MEFFlI-AZ.


I Jj~ 'j..\ \ fi ~i:


S", i 0


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.


WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS

Special Sale

of Sewing Machines
W e have a '.r-^e n.,' c ;; *,' .- .. ., a .. z- ;--'(,
out 1,ttle-- -a %e .. : e -..: .t T : -.
Oeen tkcrc g;- : . .. -. :. ( : .. '- . . i-'i -e
placed and '-.ae .as g: -- . : .
and guaranteed t: c, : p -t ..' C -r t se'r
and tr ;d. ,fde ed.
W e v. ; se t-ese r- :- -:--
And eac- s a.1 -I at c :
We are a e,. t : ; W .
son" Sev. rs V'- -es .. .


. :: "'- -'


EVCL~$1CTO1 SOL.TH GEORGIA
AO'.',EST FLORIDA POINTS
J~~tf '.?.'trAt a-, : Cca-tL e-


1 Icr -z' 2 ca 1 the word of fashion, ana always will be found
there the min't e.xiusite prodxluLtion of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATION
An Exclusive and Beautitfd Line of Drem Hats Aways
in Stock.
A ,.il wi ',!-'invincc yin that I have the leading styles.


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER

PINE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVE

JEWELRY
AND
OPTICAL L GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


Merchants Bock.
* ".ALA


Coi mercial Bank
BRANCH OF
COMMERCIAL BANK. JACKSONVILLE


0 CAPITAL


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DPOIT
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANO SmOUGT
AND SOLD


RESTAURANT<


C
gee
C


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES


Delicious Hot Soup Daily


SED7''.- `-' CC R


Dining Room open until mdnisght.
attention given to special
the market offers prepared for te
short notice. .


p .mma
tabh a


nu iih W.ls it c'ir u 'mmwi-mi M W Mu


DITTO FOR PICE.


LIVERYMEN


TO 0J1 pKJ


FW3IDA


I,


- $5000.0.00


First Class Meals


---


F. W. I Q'I"I


i


- 1 -I ,..


.\


i


3F*ltxc>iL-xe 1%Tc:7). U.-S.


I IR ;- 0 Le TO


r










IA IW IAAIVEIG TR, FIDYJNE1I l


........WHAT ABOUT TNAT.......



Ice Cream Freezer?

Didn't Know We had Them?

Well, We Have, and It's the Best on th

Ma *.


H. B. MASTERS,

"The House that Treats You Right"
OCAL l. PL7.


EVENING STAR


A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT


OVER THIRTEEN HUNDRED

Is the Coronor's Estimate of the Num-
ber of the Slocum's Victims
Ne-w York. June- I.-'-The- l-ath list
Sof th.- burneij .ste-amito.altt t Gni-r;al Slo-
I.urn 'will itn.-lucl"- bw-t'. t--in 13't Jnd 14ku
* pers.rts," \ .a thlr- ,,tTi-iatl -ta t-n+hi l t
ima.- by." ( 'yrri.,:r'. 'hsi.i an'h in haaC APli
lastt hight.
N'ew York. Jun.I- 17.-Divers hav'.
i t.-cn working st-..lily torir:girig to the
surfa.,'- from th,- sunk-in hull of th-.
;t-en-ral Slos unm thi- t.,lie-- of the- J.dead.
lMany grursormne i ise .ooveries are- b-wing
inade. Th- hull of th- st.-ani-r. frmn R. Hafl,
.all reports. '--insi to l.. :t mniass of
burtiid a:in. 1Idrwi,-l victims. 1. r ulftl Mc
one ditier t.arn- up bringing \ith himn
th- b'.odi.-s of a boy anl girl. The htad I President:
had bfeet se-v -it-l fi ern ; %ay. **The-re ;are at Il-.est two hundre- HERBERT A. FORD,
nior- rle-a;l to-ldis ,Iow.n ther-." said the

.At ir-se-nt the-se other t,.olie-s cannot SANTIAGO STORM STRICKEN
the- re-ach-. They .iti- "-'lg l it, un1-r
th ,lt-.k. .inil th- *liv.-r .s.c the-r> only Over a Hundred Killed by a Cyclone ii
ly pe--ring through at burte.,l lah." in the Capital of Eastern Cuba
th,- pla All ltay. the- il-nitih.atitn of the d -ad Sanitiaigl) ie i'uba. June 17.-A ey'
has bt-en going athea.l. Mayor Mt'l'l- .'loun.- f unusual severity struck thi:
lan orle-re-,l all the tiatgs in the c ity to <'it yste-rday. dJoing damage to prop
Ie- platce- at h~alf-m.ast ys-st.-r tay. an a-rty a;nld C.iusing great loss of life.
S s iwas a lay of monurning throughout The cyclonie as a;icompatniel by ;t
'the- city. u1 iipeceite-lnt-tIl fall (of rain.
There will probablly we a ge-ni-ral fu- Moet- lthatn aL hundre- lt popl are dlea.
,i-oral of the- victims. There- have be-n l.tsa result of the storm.
;som.- ithreats of lynchilig the officet.s Ttliousanis eof dollars worth of pr'op


I Six-Year-Old Daughter of Dr. Hobson ut thre- is little" er r-ty 1
C. L. BITTINGER & CO. Crushed by a Jacksonville ,of this as a ll of the-ni i-r e mo' or le-s-s ]r1 I
L Street Car sc-riously injur-dl in the- catastrophe stockss
C. L. ttinger and R. R. Carroll d are now i hospitalsl. ..n
(tTiinme- u'iiiin. June 17.) ad r O i hsitls.
Proprietors and Publishers The- latest police figures state- that throul
.-l--r .y Stl- Hiobson. the- six-yer-ol ~5-., c,,,lie+ hav- thus far btlen recov- To
C. L BITTINGER, L.itlai-r.i it-c\. \V. A. Hubsoun of the .i.l Many of their haveI -i picke-di the- a
Editor and General Manager. i'l "ist :.i1tiSt c'iurch, %as ithe t victili Ul by. y 1l4tt. in th- hartotr. the- e;t
1.-- .-I tli:iit ,of a fatal a'tacstriophl be- The lisaste-r meplletely outiltssie ter-f-i
R. R. CARROLL, "' .. l st t ;r iand .An alutuolliobile. the- lr.oluoii.s thlieatr hoiiorri in the nun- sfif
City Editor and Business Manager "n "r iI"" ai a i'i fililly had be -tl Ie-r .-f the de-.t.i. It is the 'eate-st dis-
-Ic cc*"'cptio e i v l rl .i hlinself anl wif ;.t .r that -ver oet.uni.el in or at bout
to uir i, the-ii l'-.tving fotr the sunirner. N.' w York <'it .
E. 0. Painter. it . .ehot 1 II .atlter li o .lock whit i _
Agriculturist. the- be- at i.,lel-r of Its kinil 1 . I
in)th i tk th,-ii i-.,e. 1Dr. 1IHobsol, REVOLUTION IMMINENT
in the state. i--. a w-niltIr ,of tI I lo11, i l
Al.I>. ll>lbsoli .il, Ih iir little son,
i'e-ss Ass ciation, i k--n. li, n lleroiuls ,. A sure sign of approachnig revolt and T. i
1.- ik. ek, \,'- on lthe- loi1t e-ait ot tie .
nmaili anld has ; l.;-ar alppa- i.i.ticon o, 1t serious trouble in your system is ner- jandy
l.e. h lli'-,. .ilil M .11 Kat'-. the- little'
the vacluc- ofl .i.!-rtising. At tlhI.- lIt,- vousness. sleeplessness or stomach up- Weekl
l:aul %%r, was Upon tht- tear seat.
me-ting he oft.-t.-i thr*- i.iiz...-s. ,of '.. l t r ca uim h- i at. sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dis-
r. and1$:1. f *or th.-" ic. s hisi-n \ Il d a i in i g I t pidly do*l m ember the troublesome causes. It WA
Painter F ertilize-r o,'pil ,:.ny. ,n lit,.l ti | 'l" l "*t glig t-.'ast in the dliree- never fails to tone the stomach. regu- c !tagi
memlnt-s of th.- ;.sso.,..ilio'n. ,,h,,litc.a, I.,i hls olne-. Th'i *street icatr i tash late the kidneys and bowels, stimulate if quil
of the onteist ..* l- I .i tha .. rtt le-s s t t 1 1li ':i g s,,louti e on Briig,- s et.t li thh the liver and ten of the.- i.te tt. e 1 li ili y.in- iown systems benefit particularly and
ed by the- le-ss luri th.- th ehTI :i- I*,. a.ir. ..'ry n.trrow at th" all th-e usual atttendling aches vanish
Septemer. an.l that a.tI .. I.ili i lg ld A;llis. under its thorough and searc-hlng ef- i
the fis. l wetk in ,,*'toel,,.-. 1 1 Hl slo i .sa tl that he l oul't fectiveness. Electric Bitters is only
t l- ne' uill- te, a isS the- tratc'k in fruit 50c., and that is returned if it don't
Albert Willia nn (of the- .Floori.1li, i g' ht tht quik :give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
..t Jas'ksttilvcill.,. h;.s I:, .* .cl! tlh, = i""k aiK tit, l elll-., the- atltl deicvci llrdido,- by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore0 .
ur li tl . t in thli- sa e direction that the I
juum alistici aspiratioii si :inl [i,, -i, | .........
thinks th.it in de. tine.- hI- will I ui." "" 1 GERMAN LADY DROWNED Last
"'lk'4 qluic'k turn thr-w the- child from _
a m.ilh-tt t-V,'-iii I piia-r' f leoi .1.V k.- -


v'ill,. May .ill hlis 'pXI-. taltions mnat.il i -


W'e noticee by the T:iti,:i Ti ihli,-
that Mrs. .Atiia laun lin is n\\ cn-i-
ducting music.it l traiiniisr in th;it '.itv.
Mrs. I ianean. foir soeni. .-:N.s .a i.-si'l'-m
oif -*':i|;a. .ia0lo t : I -.-;t : ee.i \xk. i t i
I .- -. l .. .1 .... I . s eI .... .. l. ..


i. > ..r -. tt',, the. rtih-I. side of tile Horses Ran Away and Fell Into a
t.r o k. liirec ly in l'itst ofl the- car. an.d it
l-l' i th a ar outlli he st opp1ei 'i :l1
%1\\lils had ip.is.sedl over the child, ;vaiesville. -'la.,. June 17. -In.lrtnia-
Sruilinlg t lh,- e .e ly intoie a pulp, the- tItIen h;is r-',itchetl this city o)f the-
Sli.st lwinif e-airfully maiingl-d. and the itrow ning 14 ;i at rnin latly "tt Newhelr-
l.s n.tsial.h.-l tio as j,-lly. cy. in th-e western iiarl of this county.
Ti" stz. cv.iila coutil nt e stoppit.d It se e--is that ithe Ilady. w liosm Inti te
1i, l .ill ihe l-s hi;l 4I.as.-d o .--r tl'- Slime Pit


have b-.n wre-c.k-'d lty the win,
ipraictical!y all the- ni-rch:mailise
i andl cont-lits of the- houses havi
ruined by the rain. pouring it
gh the- damaged roofs.
ail-l to the- horror of the situation
que-ltiuct has It-en haim:ageit ain
att-r supply cut fIof. caiising a wa.
minii-. which will result in great
ing.


W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's
r. Fresh Shipments Received
ly.
NTED-I'o rent a good 5-room
re. Must be In good locality, and
table would buy. Inquire at this



ABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY

Special Rates

Excursion to West Florida and
Return This Season


Lake- 'ity.' $:3._5.: L.ive- ak. $3.;75:
.Madlisoni. $4; Monticello, $4..ps; Talla-
hassee. $4.Q0: Quincy. $5; River Junve-
tion. $.5:; lainbridgte. ga.. S.:. Tickets
koni sale for night train only of June .27;
tinal limit, July 5.
$6-SAVANNAH, GA., and return.
Tickets on salt- for night train only of


ITALI,


R.L. Aader~oa,


- - O, ()OO.


Edward Hitlr,


George Fo=d,


1 K., iI


liub t A. Feed


F. L WATSON.


EL TROPICO


CIGAR FACTORY


ake of
Makers of the


-0-


MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5 Cigar


-0-o-


and
GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five S;zes


-0--


CHASE. PEYSER. Prpriet
Ocala. Florida.


THE CARMICHAEL


"ED'S PLACE"
McGrath's Old Stand
Iwm2m mXDE3 8XR02



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Rebuilt and Newly Fminshed
Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family Use. High tirade Whiskies. Bra:nlie~*.
etc.
Bet-r. Ale and Soida ftor Family Trade. The I'urest Lilusorms Obtainatble Are
Kept by I's. Skilled Bar Tenders. C'iurtel-u. Treatment Assure-d ,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 U oYT
A Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries:; With Free I.-livery. Special Atten-
tion Given to All Orders.
We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the- State. All Orde-rs Filled ton Re-
turn Train.


~...........L... ~WEa~ E d~.EA I


Si .1I1. ar; lia i I, ft 1th.- hloely s .v:y'al tfir f sp eir it- I hI1er s1-s teeo a e ti riaJge. Juiuli iWail limit July 12. laad- I
h Iii,,+tlhefrm.tot' It f,-,.i l, it. th-i th o on ual l.-cil,, frightit n-I $8-COLUMBIA, S. C., and return.n
j,. ,U |t, c1 c.. a itis let.' te)estle i Ii t? ruto- e r' ''' the-irt's letti1 until thi'y htel laIin eef July 1-final limit July 12. L*uor W h
Mr. F-stus W. lh:,.a's sent th .- $ ta: !, ia.ct.rit.. '.t i it- t. see ie- ilto what is known as it hint pit. ik f Jy 1: final liitJh Ou ne Wit a
iffican.i no n or,.i his n.v I, 1 ^ .. n t, con-ain^the refuse from the washers .,,'-IIRIKA SPRINGS. ARK.I and It loe SPRN-- A
,'-A. I acete' .Sltvt,'-t. itiel \\ias stol,1jced ct*la:tiac iltig lie- r,'tfuSfr)is n th- 'elcashe-rs I k A R.ARK.. and
Aide-n M1.1.. wvi, h s. lt h,..> .,,, !! ,' return. Tickets on s:ale ns Wednesdays .L
A.e-- ---ta lhd' t1 'tik in r'1o1t of ltie ,'ar. it tIc. lch hIltte, Iiie.-.ue. *.
well a tl .eo atre i& i. ,, k.I I-% i i l I .itit i :it the The hore ses.. -i i .- : l Aill ere ;l.i Satur-lays; limi ,ted to ) days.
hi. Ior 01 tlat hliad haoefntetd 1aa. c. iar e-l. tal eteei' it .ts possibl ei- <...55-HOiT SPRIN ;S. ARK.. and re-
Mn. Ed ard Ii !l.-r :indl Miss H iz.-I i s,,,. t. .t strtlo y. all. leapl- Ie l '*t thl- :i y eut tf thisf tlI ls ,-lica- I turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
Hiller re-turned- ..+t.c.,rl:,'. .ri,,aee-,,i r, i lie' stt. ). -...,ing ilninroder- I.-it lif was e-xtin't. i anI Saturedays. Limited 6u days. T he C
from 'uumberl:ail. MI... ie,- tr. .ly. h. ,an te the- slt he re his -- I$1.31--NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re-
have lee-- fr' s-vvT.l vei .ks. 1kIM 1 hili l Ia iaesping in direath. He threw ACUTE RHEUMATISM turn. Tickets on sale June 18. 19. 20.a, - -
Hzel ht ice-c ,taliai .c het imIfall )S.-iole-r the- nllatiglo-I, forrri. Iand Deep, tearing or wrenching pains, o- July .3, 4, 5.; limited 15 days from date
Sh e c ,rk fr' lht,', ,lit liar. ii l t u itli i t'-.it.-ly o in hi as rms. carried -l asione-d by getting wet through; worse of sale. Extension obtainable to
.h h li ,.rl ill. l i i i 't V.. rug storee. which stanils when at rest, or on first moving the S"eptenimber 30. CAPTIVES IN A
ntirsly rei. re,., r a. i.* I, l:, i** tihi- ,inr ofl Itiidg:- aind Aldamns. limbs, or in coll or dampn weather. is $15.%.-T'S('ALOOSA. ALA.. and re- CRITICAL CONDITION
ae Mt ni1 eh1ra S 1 e I l;Ts "hiopsoin :iEla lnore we're quickly cured by Ballard's Snow Lini- turn. Tickets ton sale June 14. 15. 16,
t ilh to 'l- ia y r h-r Ie,.1 i. i. Mi!;i n, i. Ilut se,-inrg the. futility of m ient. Osc.ar leson. Gibson City. Ill.. 17. 21, 21. 27 and July 4: linitedl to Tangier. .arIK... June 1..-The sul-
siste;- heeni-.
h.i,,,- iltinig fr thf htld. they gave writes. February 1t, 190.: "A year ago 1f'* ,lays. from date of sale. Exten- rn of .Moroo. in dealhig vi: .
M. ti .r.t t, o e1.ipplc i itIm r.easto:rativ. I was troubled wc ith :I pain illn my back. 1 sicon olitalinalle- teo Septenmber 3). 19t4. i powers for thi.e re-le-ase ,f f "Perditaris
r .the M lat.i.Si s.ri ,e r h ..l ,, .' 1 li, ,ccanl. "%lce cI a s ill a sta tte of It sItm n got g so ee I I ceuld n ,t lend $ 1. l ,t-l e 't H Is'A. ;O ILI.. and return. a! nd Varley. has co .rrniiittI an .et ,of
hi M.ritta <;. li h. k. thrat,.li-il prostra- over. One bottle of Ballardl's Snow Ticke-ts ,on sale- June 16 to 2U inclus- gross treachery to i )uli. the- bandit.
.i ,, dcc *i dd *t. ik t. t**'i' \\.s t,.ke-n a ;t.ay fion o irniment cur-ed me." 2.i".. innn. and $1. I, en; lim cited to June '9.
Chas. i -,r ,1, t.iI t,,,,* t. ) ,- i t." ,*i it l, Mrs. Hl,1- S old by the Anti-Molnotpoly Drugstore. n1.3 NA the iSHVIult m.y Nhe murde ndr of
<"has. 'e-ysr i. inl lin ,, i'1 ::.. 1 l iI- ,. -, n B S1:..{-NA. H\VII.E. TFNN.. and re- th- i-.til. t s. I
S l n ,l .;i a, i i th,.' h.ila l''-taik. wcere' >-eti- e --. ...l i' .
splendid cer H \... c .. i turn. Ticke -ts a sale June 23. 25. 7; It i, u -r.o h r that th .2ult2n
r, , .-'". 1 .Il' c-' t., I le lc.cllt.t BATTILE AT TELISSU Iii fr t of Idt mihd-r, hetre- thli t the- sullait
ignatte., patti- ul .il o l L U lnte ays from dte of sale. ' ,
fl. Vi a1 t.fken in h.o h thas etie-r -l lilte i a preiva.te agtIee-mie-nt
aieie :t big .ntk. tTha- ri .W l. ...! -l-IxtIensiol) obtainable toe September 3u. ) ith th, ) .,n,lit \ hirpby the ki, n.l-
a foot loig.l rri,.il.e. 4 eef th it! Russian Force Operating in Japanese $Bi..D, --VE rAICEN SPRINiS. INl). I.in it to i.-e i-niltte'l e llr j the kuiilt;itie
S f th Rear Defeated With Heavy Loss adlet return. Ti ketts tlN saIlet July 21 wats to re-fus iitrferece unitl It-
Roelertm T b Ta>i ,lafltai., e i- .a i T ft ; _'"'T.,k i. Juine- 17. The- Itissi.ai hope tlo 24 inclusive; limited to August 11. S ouli asuei'et.l-2 i 'li collecting hhis ran-.
the A. t '.. i-:.I .'. RUSSIAN GOVERNOR."of r elic- il th,. i,-.sst'.- ,a .1- ~,.-FRENe'H LIe'K SP'GS. INI.. Seeni.
lmeti i oI l- ,, ., ., t .. .ASSASSINATED. thur te tthr.-it A-ttSA S the .t.-c of i. .; ,ali1l r.-turn. Ti. ke-t.s on sale July 21 Iliasouli infoiit i-edI the- suitll n that if
depertn..tat c I. i ;. .- i eku. th.e c.lIIt.itai. te J.aan- t 2L1 i,, lusive-; linitted- to August 11. h- broke- hi.s w,, he xio ul kill the.
SiVe l ..d ." 1' h .:: J I I. en.ril le f, to .. i, ti th,. ii..in $::1...14'- ATlA'NTI" 'CITY. N. J.. an, 'ca t'iv'-s. Thel t-.- it ir w,e ar-.,edl
M a j,'o T c' H iit' h i.. i ',...!-i: ,.t a!,. ,c \ ,t ll e ae Ice ,- .-k-- ,I ,, ,l ,, h, .. rcll" i tt au n. Ti T i k e-t on sa le J u lu l y le an d lee--iat ,al
11. lm itt-.. to July 213.
Sa list .il--. .I. ,,... ish". KA S ,RIN ;S .ARK.. ta ,l ROUND TRIP RATES

S t. ---: r .' iaei-! S, h.i- "'- mtu:l. Tick-tsn ell al- July' t; to fI TO WASHINGTON
rA u V D ij I .' ", , ,""11 i ,,a cr '. l.at a..1111 .... ... ... c.... .. .,. , _a, ,ii lusi\e:' linite*- to A ugust 7. -


- c' c c-" e'a altil. I s| : l -.


The Ca:rtuwch:%tei :n-! t5c 4',. eec ,
ceinstimth- antl oniattic. t'e-c'r a, f -c R
mulbacty eve-ry 'Tccc.;.i%
G~eorgia e'7 -.iint'ov -ata'2.'.
VoundeI kept tin ice. l'Loi~.e No. :, 7.


let ylic etn f--c 'im I ik,'ioc ha .- a: cc
tseIIec! l'idi' te', t- Ita ".'.c -N N, cc

tht e%% e111, 11 c 11- .!.sc t


SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
I c Uttit i : :- : : :
net rn.-e- s.a-; ,-; c. . .. :-
ney dist.!re i',:. s K ;: . : ...
cure a slight diior.'.e- i :" :' .; .


D. FULLER,

DENTIST*


O\xer Mtiunroe &
Bank. Ocala. Florid

E. CHANCE

NTAL SUR%
l'l-airS C.'onmmer,
Bu:di.TERMS CSH. F!!
TERMS CASH


W. H. MAREAN,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICI
SURGEON


ra: :e' 1':1. .,,,'ic ..,i1 r ala'- hai--i. ITd'l
lhe- A~p~t i >;';Hu o ::*in [.i isollrs
.i' ,1 tc t'te-.JP! u;' k-ti" anua ti.+- runs.
-',n IV *.. '!l;,l:,.- ,,f thie- J.ti,.',ese- lS.S-
* \< .. i!. i--


Chambltss
a. FEEL IMPENDING DOOM
T he f+-!;::. *,," i::i;..a ; ?.. : i*.i tir
': 't..Is --f !!a a:y vi. ;:t ..-' -' l: ac:t!. s i:-
9 pO j 'i ar!!k tfua:.e-< ltc' thi- !"'cc .-:;~as .l.r;>-c
e3L..fr,,!: I:.k.:;s-r "..r-- *' K : !:.-y .'t'r-. I:
;al Bank *a.l ,r:- T. :;- I: ,:L. IA -. n-l
ccc.- \e a:.!-'a,''I i -'.' S : i a* .: -

M. D. . '-
S DA :,. I.-....'. : c ca '.c.. c:. ; : I "..l-
AN AND -.'i. ; y : ', ,'-, c ..- .ny
i. ..- i-.:e- a r --c c .c..


-' H'RTH *I-F J'ULY RATES. Ti. k-ts The Atl.ntir. -,oas:t Line-, the quickest
will le- s.l,-i on Jul> 2. 3 anil 4 to .ill i ''ut-" by t ,, h t-urs i-l I --vce-n miriutes
.,,.s in the- t-rtry south of the, fr"m Ja'ksc nvic- l- t., \,W.-shington. off-rs
ch .t ,,nl .t. rna ,, nd c e-.st cf thi- xc'ursi'-n r;at-. Ja. ks.-.velle to Wash-
li.sa.sesa.;. rico-r-., it-.iulilg St. L,,u- iinagtn .inI re-turn. $:7. Tickets now ,n
S M .... at ,,r-e anl enre-third fiare-s. 1 sale. Flcti .an W-t Itndian L.m-
xtren;-t iiit of a.ll tieksI. July ite-. tast-st an I tir.-st all y-ear trai-,
,,,-t let\e.-n th- Etst at.Id South, .,av.om
J i, ksonx ;!e- :* ,i. it... arrivet.s Washilng-i-
St .11M:. T,-I'IIST TIe'KFTS to- th*
tcu; 7 4' ,. .n foll;.i rig nrraier';r.g. Ni.
*:1: i;,--l .-., ;t ,,n .m l,1- i.iy. w ilth
t '.,, Atalanth. i ".taIt IL11.. ExIpr-sS. !Ilt-v !e
x- !t:, 1:: 1- t.. ,,- ;::1. 14,1"4.
S ..I.ks-nv!!..- % -. ;-. tni. .arrives \Wash-
.. .. ...!nigt' ,n Is c p,. m .. f ;:.',. inr;g ''--r.ia.z.
FIGHT WILL BE BITTER Ar: ex. :-nrt ,o;portun:ty tr- v:s.; th-
Th.."- s- ho wh il persistt in closing r. tion's capita ,i .t rer.r.in t! ,t. Ti. k-
tih-:r -.:-s it aiinst the- .,ntinual reo-c.m- '-tts g*al to re-turn si, t,-,tcer 21. Av'.ail
a,-ni !.tinl.s ,,f Ier. Ki;.r'.s N-w Is,'-ov- yurs-'f ef the ajui, k.-stt ;in i I.-et ir.-
S-: c f-:' ''.-:;sumn; tir-n. w!l have a long 1.th ta.iins i :irry Pu;:r.:n !iav %.:ig


- I ..'.-,fithc i th ?hir teci if
-1:- 'talc-a' I,% fat~taj mi tarfr'a t;, l.
1 I a h..ttT. R. ,f c Bac.Miss.


;t- ':r-! 1'u:n-.;tnini ~.-st-li~ning .-'airs


Barsat Both the S.A.L. and
a Places

od Bees are bought i
od our prices are the




el & Son Con,


0


SON CO.


*.eijwmJ dby the st ualg
hA ers "tir. -Sm .


Mar1I



Clu


Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. 0 It is a
whiskey "which
time leas broug
to ripeness." It
is written down
old with all the
characters of
age"- mellow-.
ness, rtpeness,


There are several so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can tell itby the taste .


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

C. I. GR ACE.


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DAME

The Leader 'in Ice Cream


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION
The ortgian:,tor of the
VELVET BRAND
Any color or flavor.
Or lrs. fillel on demand in atny qiua-
ti'y desired.


buvIbkta


It's 10tolI you do it you amea vladm

Donot Do kILm Donw.
W dmJiDit ~wW c ure znu1aria. but it Iwin
al~umjLuere ayiqater effe..z&

HI2RBINE


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OCALA EVENING $ TAR,,


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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, IM


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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904 pa T


OAVLA O~uwx, N WEATHER FORECAST

lFiesb tUseg at Taylor~s. 2alri-y glrt o* cu-1).. 'ith i'ial*

Tek~pguoee 116. If You lwant PI~antilic


E' I. Ta~lur ha" u re-Rh lime, for lilsw-


W. P. rouai~ikn cat Tan':ipm ia At th.-


W'. J. F:ioatervcs.. ad Itrccvmac,a min at the'
m~auwtounia

Jack 'alls~imim 4&f Ala. hua is At the-


1%0ENmustelegant display of Candy
I s twn at bWine's.

40. M. I ~leavaim a e't- a.aa am-t thoe' ?.iaa-


Juptte vmvedaa''. fresh lavat's. fact lime-
ades. C. M. Taylor.

F. .Ic-va.tra e' Iaia 4
io sat OW '40bcilke liccuase-.

Pearl tooth wash In the best. We sell
IL Pesmoffice Ikugatore.

Work dlottv ytov.6ternlI writer ina raint-
Inag anal iasae'riar gust-anteed.


OCALA NEXT MEETING PLACE

Th*' St~ae 1I. '. U. 'a*ca .ntci.
'a'.hlchtatiac-t inaT~atvai..e anda
Th u irtooIa il"a l tacl I itQ e.tj-xt -.& r's



I ltlcek.'r. S4aiif~e iod. ith te'rmi. anartay.
It%.J. E. 4 *;at,-u. -L~an~i. sth t.-a-In
icc.aIa. t.'. L..'L. Itcc-. W.'a-arre.ik
31:a) cit Jchga W. Itut I ta Arcada i.a Jun-
cdIt-.adtcr. Mtsa. l'ta-4 l I Ut ant. -of Jeck -
Ivjilt'-. Th.- cefiac~q~ ej ,141-p~aclt ut.' 1h,'.- o-x
*'cutij'- ceaaall'- a ~t !s.a'.A. F.
I 0a U 'hIt- I. A i u s 'jt at jt J a ck4 ct
'I.111... 4; H.. 3 ,Zci'.. i tiaanp .a. ciii ti-.
A J. I~iey ~.tsca


'l. cigar. Alll principal dealers. jc,.cl. .

J lt J.ail .of the" A 4. 1... at *;.in.-s- JERSEY MILCH COWS
vi.-i'. % .4 in th, lit)' -.t6rl..ay. I j:.st at 1 1. a i a *, .ai. ;:,,
'.l.hs t 1 ; ith ttht. t;i .-s: .4f
lAt of st..tioa. ry and istatlioners' sup- J t 1.. 11 ,,,i. h , .., t.: c,,, .ht0t,, I t thi.s
plie.. J)ut irc.'ived. t-ala News 0to. e t .. tc ... c at JH 3Lai

For relialble leainiting and p;aperiing
re J. Start Stertilesrger. phone I11. WILL BUY MELONS

R. J Ksidaht : i.1 uife o.f Ciryvstl.atl iv- I ill uy your l s..
wh:it you h.i\.\ ,ulility .alli, size. w h-n


'a cell- .411 1.b4 :1i1it '%N he' a- ati1 ri'gie Ic'm est

FT'urterfltutke. Flcl. -a.


cO Mt-Fe'.itlilt- M..tlezuIfl.-'ke -t clap.
it. Kimght tat e'.itcl' clt. oa y fro ktilltt.1-
'-wittern0 his' arwa- 1tcta-6110 .at I tt c- t IIIS -


Gwerig'* Witch Hazel Soap. best for
bard water. Try it. l'..utfftlaee Drug-
otore.

Mi t.411.1 Mts j VW.Ja.4 k'a4ect -if lSt a-
thatla a .thvIIa.- fitcwl.-ZIat11.1 'a *"'I:-
!:. p

Wali*et K.-.0 t.4 toi'10.s .afie%% Z a.


A. 1 . Li'o. 'a iastcI el of ii .a alt f- 1' IhI-
itas% IK14411 .c: lt.Io 'A 1 '..~ :. 1,6%% ILi



96U.LhItmnk a: G a." M. tt %.I'aat k ed I tic:t caa:b
buahling


HAV FOR ALE -:At T7.'.centuis t'
bund.!: .' 'a. ight. .16 It;. o it.4k~il. ma--
Intaibtat. VIA.

MIa'e.% 1~ t,I V I., k V All~ t,i.411 Aqa' ~I..
leAU t %a tI l-l!I WI-il


etaak kJust rv*ei~el'e.I. r .img-;a &'C.c
phizac N"'a. SIQ


delfit.&ITc itethe r o. .:a ~ I tf t ha


Nothing asgaCaat taa' ctr::ia'lqoeurg a
a cAr~~IlJ RO'Al C'aa. .igr. Sa.: by Aiill



4L baiTc 1. .% t- C -.-:
vk Q.i* ta.- '1C"aa cC ''.' 1




"va'endie:. !f": ee c ''i a"I a'
your %ot".aet.'m:- ij'c otre





vte &It- 1-t-'.. cl
Arokse- e 0".. a-t?.aa utte
Ik' 0.a !Sate 1 ac- mi A-x-es .a
dek..'asee: : r %a.
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SEVfENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
lo" l m;!e. "T acres ,f :is g,-o.l !andl as
tc.n t-- ha I in M.iri an ,',-unty. ,i,',r-ih-
"l: W-.t ofa- nu14. -s 19. tp 14. s. r 2
teo: 1in1 .t allonlic the- ; tell-nsvill raoa I
Altut 41-. or tive tniit's ft:rtm &.'.il.i.
i1,.: ims a tchancle. f,- it u ill lb>e sol1l
c-lieap foir atsh. Inquire of the %Star
cffi.h .l.'ala. Fla.

WATERMELONS FOR SALE

I avet :!* .' : '.,f i:.-. s ,f :l." : 1. i a "

ity nh.t s ; ;.i"ss i ; Th'." ";t'y. \\":
.-l 'tn th. I t :.:.t ,: f. cc. l t. a' ia .1i I a
\' '. \V :'. over l: :tt!n:.i in1 SI .,n'
ut- I r

SOMETHING NEW IN OCALA



.'a 'a',r~- a a 1 c ~ Co'


HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS

One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip
T ':, k-,:.s .;. a,.:., :'a \\V- ::.'..-', a : a :


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A STRONG HEART


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C.- - . s . .\" .


W.W.Carman& Co.

;.7%C- 7.- -. A'


CARMAN 1 CO S..


FRL ITS AD \.EGETASLES.
Cb4!COE%.S AD EGGS


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DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
Ity I' *;1 aIp.,li*'atlt i ii. .h th-y armoi t
i,- ., h th- ,li, t. i^ -li'.i', ,' ';.,,, ,,f th,+ ,+:ir.


aidi .that is by cc ctio atwu t. r.A Itm.t.
I .afnems ac.is ka us.lt,- Iby.,taii tla tiated con.
.iitt 4.1o athlb- iua .wis eating a.d the- E1l-a'
t~achi tan Tub-. Wie-ia t hi,.' tuft- is its-
ii.arnm-'.I o.u Ia c'ac'iruritntor1nKsasUti.! -or
araapei-rf'- t h-.:ruaic. ati.] x%% h-ii it is -n-
ti'l i os- i,,M .zfno-ssfat.'is t a- ro-.auIt. .ind
miil.~-ssth.- iv.t~tittnmal iit in I p-eI-atk.-ra
wilt ati,] this tulp- i .,'cr*ltc. its hii-r-
111.11c~ft]itat h-.ra im ,%II alI to, iestrcv-
A .Ife.' Nino- *aso-S cmct 6'Ief-I) arc'
..usa-. I1ev 4 '.it at t h, %% hi, h is eci h i i
tout atn i!:tl:irrmc-.lI Acr.itlon 'folb.- ,mu.

ia ll gie- Ccfle' I ful.ttcr I Lo.Iiars
ir.Iiv111:1 ci [t C 'j.aft .-cas a. .Iub% I ia, ;

F-. J. 4 t1-11-v .ar, T1111 c..c .140,
tcocl-I.i y A*Ittah&tats 7.
H ills nt' I.Hlai'-th t"t.


A GOOD TEAM FOR SALLE IiattC Ice uel.ih ca'- ft- t-'a'',La. af,,!

MV)cit iving ;carnnias. Kitty an.! Ili"''ti rc e ''.tt.c ''ea. l-
I.*tutin t-- his c *iih' bccti.- rtit th-- tall.
a The-i-st- panae'eaarc ae-ix%-1etot--.l. iec.ng itaccut
thre?--.Itt1'. 1!19.1111'-AkI-TI ItI I cc''I'-tfictart ta
cbo ha.h..ai..ait" toyttIia-t mt 1-oriz.-ev
fi c.tta~l hrmi.a at 3%Is. .3innio'A.
are- no'a-It tintc-hect in acilor. sli, m.1nt ~ ~
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niti t.r *,f .ill kin .I at aillI tb,
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ti,'k.


TO THE RESCUE


T ,." !h I .;,:--. .:1r :',- ,tr;.-d by ti-. abl!'--
;.. i -, !. L Th. st *C.i g hl,,ull I .tI frc the-

V-'" . :,' ;f"r: .u; an-l you:s. at the
. .ht I:i ,.-.
AN INSURANCE POLICY
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k: i i *,,:" .!,-';: .:., f in \w h th y.,'n t: f iln-


HALLR BAWLS & WHEELER
cGala. Florija.

TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS
T:. kC's :it .'aw riat.a l- ,'\ t' n s.i.e.
1r:- ;.::.^ ., .;: ; .i;;'.y :, M r. S P' H .iy.
S I: 1'. A.. M & A4. R. R., Mcr.;g.m-
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M. AND L. CLUB

F-.ur n," niemtl-rs% \,-ra- a..id.l to the,


M u Ui*. a1.1 Litc'r~ai y a iulp. %iiht hni-t
i'.th Je-;ig Austin Thursdkay .afternut.ot~
ii I-ta4 >rn.,.i3~ry Hut fi.rd. .Mar-
.zu.-:it- lcc a-r.n-i Eetn.a Xq-1,aepn. ~'

lhe- 1_07t .4ft1 ramoxin r-v nu4th. Pw -
taii" s of the.' rr.-at p;.ienast anJ th.-r
iliustialitacns wapr.- givo-n. an! th" m,-t1-
rig wa r-ouitht too .th.ti:,.v climax by
Th. t.- I'"'uiittil re-1tat itt.h-of I~iqztia zrit
llh.ir so.l~y by* Miss ..nib. To-raiy-
soon m-'.ill t1)- stutac-t ne'xt at the- home of


STRAYED OR STOLEN
Friartain)y Yrct. itmcut to t ''~ aa-o-ks ago..
1.1 bibr %%'ahit'- ;m idiii -r aaecto-ord pi.intc-r
t, *- rins%-rsa too Ihe- n ain..- of 1 ti,-k.
It-'a.o-";ri for his ,'-turn to.,-tnt. er-atriaon
4r h ' i- -ais 'to-a .-c rgc" MakKay.
Ju.-w 17. 1141-4.

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL EXCURSION

Ate.-ut 4e.;.7-1 ,o.l- 'a'.. -itit *ntht-A. 4'. L..
umn Sn undayv schcecei .-x.urstieon and
!teri. t--1itke-- W~.ir this raicrnirig.
~a ~ -'*e 'a cli tN-. r1iske-ts 'a'ere.' ta -
k-cr *! 'a a li.*.airly 1'.'''. jccctu idos ccl'ict-.
ihi citOC.ii !e 4ti-s -tit ltt..a:tl r-
i-*.tn-*.t il% a at e..at-ofrit-frt-shmxai-ts
i!! ki ;tsr.I. T. rnitt I- h.A o--
*" t'.ai.Its -fl i%'. tut in aitfish traip


MCIVER & MACKAY


Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machisey


Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Cariage


HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINIS


Building Materials, Every Kind and Descit


FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS


Phosphate Plants Installed Complete


SANDS- BROWN

11. I t. Sn-ls. the- jccijeiiiv.-t cuing.--
1' j~~ata can] 31ts~aI aci.-.At t' Rrc' -iflcc
Sapatr ~cinas. %a-r.- ;Uattri.-.!I teate-'veti-
iar iat t he- hi int-.-*f MtsN. c' n c-.i
this *city. R:-%.W.1. c [n-isay oiffiat -
tng. Mrts. .an-is is th.- cryI~ ttaught-r


t.~~ ~~~~~~ ei 'a fc I a.: .i. e t '' u st icef M r.. a il 1 M rs l.ro m n of ti h. T )%%e aItI
.a 1V* *ac.-tt .c. a'.-:a *ia 1!cu'at- t ~i't s 'I pi n tt~fgs. ilii a ?IP-tcc
t cbattitting yccUt.g Loty. Tb.- $tar a cdtk-
Pei 4P. SALF -A.,,c imateal Jo-qqey ileh giatuili a','ts i-ow. aeittia~c..t~~ aclh


t'' % S Xkit hPyo I utga I%.": a -I: Ias't'I'IlanaIi te.
tat rtls.-r act-fI eu rc a pigs. If yf.u w'.ant
fatn, ya stutff eel'tit" hitch-szt ii! -eliflg you
cn g.-t it fricri H.t.-H. Whitwoirth.
4 1c .a ]I. Fla.


A .A l;s-,,- .lit H s.t ''l. V. '. Shipa n.iat i.

S th.- M ,!itZ.-uin.a h-tt-. Hiis Ltily arriv-
,t! list is fI t -m ithi: ty t> tifty.. Ye'slt-r-
f1 'l. "'" .s ,,.. ty-, ne-.

Ice cream at Troxler's. The season
has now opicned. anli the best that rure
hgl.ir-.iints can make it. can be had at
Troxler's.

IT .M:nni- A. Iosti. k offers ,; on
'Thu'.rstI.y ,t F': I' t. cliS intlIu'.e-intitt
t, ,'S- ..ut t -!'!.in l:nc-s ,f tnilline.i


M i as sit:-u t 0!%. %'~A'. 111,t!t:-.-I at hor


F. S i-sItt er -r.-.


llrertQ. the creaim man. bas fitttod up
his a -.,m l a iC-r an a inann.-r that will
ri akt his : o".txwn very jacce~ttable to
t!,cc..c s..ho iareta-~king summer refresh-




4-n %1I-- i the- I.. CC the Siuta.lav


I a. M. .. h-yis a-. 1!'-ry! "ith a




St.

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For Dinner!


Well, tust phone


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THE FAIR


They get it there


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th.r- Itm.rriL,-T lift- ill ht.- full .,f geK."o

M.. 'an.tiis is th,- suil- -rint-n.-riat (of
th.- i* l.t t ,-l-i.- h n- ,-xc- h-t a .I.ait s
..s lTi.r ic-i t .as h,- is l.-l.ul.tr.
Tht- haipipy cumplei- h.ave .m'n it 1r is.
Mt 'thltth's. aw ho-.- th-y illI .t, lirht
hc ,iiu.
We have just received a large ship-
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all
sizes and grades: also all kinds of Sta-
tioners' supplies. Call and get prices.
Ocala News Company.

\'. A. ,'.;l't-r. '. *iel-b.iun :itn.
\V. I'. -'i:ti,klmain T:manla. .It' .it ih*-
.1iett-zu ii.,.

+'hiff,,i.. \,-ilings. flw,-rs a1. la,'-s..
a .r-tty ,anfl .ttr;a. tii- lian- rYff-:- .
Thur' s!:ay ;an F"'i:laty. .it :ttut.l *t.
Mrs. M.:ntit- A. H,-stick.

Thb-': '.%is nis Ita..'a,, tcurt Ih;.s
' :r'ti imne .n f.t t. tho-. t,'il i -.-: i*
n', si n,. *l.ig \VW l Fl.iur.l- is the
tt.,aV.,.


J.F -c.'h ttil.h C~aU ke-;.t oC ,t .] fl' .r
"al' :.- a. .at :cu!. I. I .c t 1'aa*htr,g
a~~~~~~o tcc. tiNhCC' *.r ,i. .f ~'C 'tctthtfl.
iN sc.%- tP..i... by :tinK eon i 3.
H,-T ia'.v.


MR. LONG'S "SIGNAL" VICTORY


In a~ ac', iat- ii --ef th.- I. !"It, ,

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P. o. B& 3'4


H. R.HUNTER

GUNI-:::


LA GRIPPE
emo ia


Pneumonia ftollows La SOMM
- but never follow*tesea of.

Emi rV9o Honey


CLRES OLD SORES
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AN EXCEPTION
l /
"A prophet is not without homor, save a

his own country" is a proverb that d" o -t
always apply. For instaa about 1000

people in this country do shm wib

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS


OcaI% Florida.
j^_____________


JUST RECEIVED -


250


Pair Men's Pants


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


FOR


$2.50


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



The Boston Store


W. P. EDWARDS


At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetabl,


in Seson


City and Country Trade Solicited


Free Delivery


Phas 121.


Summer at


Hot Springs


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One Fare Plus $2.00


GEO H LEE. S. L. PARROTT.
- ~ .a4* :.. P~~eAXi..


I I


PALIETTO


PHAlMIACY


..CITRF. FLORDIA..


Ike .8 A& am M a M


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Itest mocrk iaj~ in p t ivg muald Jact f.ic I l1.a ii. lut N1 1ail
hangciicagJam,..- lby Ste'riaa'wger. YONGE. THE PLUMBER c'a- tci,.cii. c\I cltetlt~c

Wiwn iiuiae ataealt 1. atw**-ckethe Milo Iryo ifcc:glce '. sI-, tIha. d...; a'aIei


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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY. JUNE 17. 1904


T. W.SMITH & COMP/



Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for
the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Scuaqe.
All Goods New and First Class: Agents for Patton's Sun Proo
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware. Agateware. etc.
and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Rs
better; Wire Netting. the American Field and Elwood Fencing
eat Prices Will Prevail.
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware BS'siness Fam
With the Wants of the Pcople. Your Business Solicited


Atlantic


Coast


L


WORLD'S FAIR RATES

First class excursion rates to St.

and Return:

$45.55, final return limit, Dec

$38 final return limit, sixty da)

$20.55, final return limit, 1 5

Special ten day coach excursions a

low rates

Through s!--.rp f'om J k nvil-.. t St. Louis vi.a Mont
L ouisvill-e I I .. 11. "l'ixi .- I ly.:" r I,,n ,.
For furth-i i 1f..:' t:'i w.-e I'. J. l[:.:,. Aint. ala.

U.


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARI


rtiUKt IS will be sold every Wednesday
Saturday during months of June, July.
gust and September from points in the Southe
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit
days.

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


I


I. E. REHLANDER,
Trav. Pass. Ag

No. 18 W. 9th St.
ChattLaiooga, Te


Florida East Coast R


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56.


In Effect June


SU~unsas EAS DOW%. NOR TNBOI.

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NY A GIANT OCTOPUS.
Te Th Way a Tklrty F-'eet Moiater
Came to le (Captured.
One of the must interesttiig ol'ec, t
in the Natural ll;istory inut'euU i in
business is Troudhjem. Nourway. i- a large cto-
pus. E. i. Kennueiy. the zuithr of
of Paints; *"Thirty Seasons In .'atiilinax a." uot
Tools of a ionly saw the 0 :tolius. but a little later
Tools of a heard the stury of the culture 'f it. as
Sash. Doo0r related both by the t;.*eru.a.u whose
anges-none boat It attacked and also l.y two in-
I. The Low- dependent w itues.'es. 'Ie irti.erman
was leisurely row ing- .ii a .iaiwii d:yv
ili-rizes Us close to the r,.k bound shore of one of
the fiords situated sonie tifty miles
north of Trundhjem. Suddenly a long
and glistening arm swept over the
stern of the boat and rem.iatine there.
I The fisherman. astonished at this un-
|Ine wonted apparitim, dropped his oars
and Isprang to his feet. I.tke magic
Another hideous looking arnii shot over
the guinwale. The btoat cante'l. The
man. realizing that lie was attacked
by s"mle monster against which his
old ti4h knife was the only avallal-le
weapon,,n. seized his oar-s anId lalo'red
o with might and main tt, get lhi- I,',at
L is Itmi a crevice of the r-."k. all thi tiue
yelling for his matl-s., who were not
far off. He had to strain every nerve
to drag his hideous car:o, after him.
t for the Stickers never relaxsedl. When.
5 half exh:ttiuisted, he got thie I.'w of his
craft within lreanh of willing h.ands. it
YS took the three mien to haul It up a
slight incline, for the monster still
ayVS hun,: on. even over the bare rocks.
Then they belabored Its head with
t oars and clubs. Having safely secur-
t very ed it. they sent off to the nearest sta-
tion and telegraphed <,oncerning their
prize. It was at ,once eiure'hased by
the museum tand carried there after It
goinery and had been photographedl. They stretch-
ed its arms out before pjreparling it.
The lo-naest were each five alen. or ten
feet four inches., in length. Over all,
together with the great carpet lag
body. the monster measured thirty
feet across.

BATH BRIEFS.
Never bathe when overheated.
Never bathe when exhausted and
feeling ill.
Do not prolong the bath beyond a
reasonable time.
Wait uinre than two hours after a
meal before bathing.
In cold weather one should not go
out for some time after a hot bath.
Delicate people had better not bathe
until several hours after breakfast.
and The temperature of water for a cold
Au- bath should range from 32 to W)' de-
Met grees.
If you are chilly and a cold bath
60 makes you shiver it Is not the best sort
for you to take.
Dry the body quickly, using a dry
the bath brush or a Turkish towel to stim-
ulate circulation.
Opinions differ as to the relative
merits of a cold or a hot bath. Nei-
ther kind will do for all. The individ-
ual constitution must be consulted.
ret.
manalmousn.
The prisoner is led from his cell Into
the presence of his >te~ en wives, for
having which number he is alhout to
answer to the law.
"John." (ries wife No. 1, "see where
your folly ihas led you."
In a dazed mianuer he looked at the
array of womien..
S "How dared you?" demands No. 2.
I ""Wretch:" shout No. 3 and No. 4.
i "Villain"" exclaim No. 5 and No. t6.
I Nervoiuly he clutches the arm of his
4, 1904. urd
MR E | "H'ave you n,, excuse, perfidious
__ -- man'" demands No. 7.
Ws.& ho.7 Wipiins: his ieaided l brow with trem-
'it Da'ily. blitg tin-e:rs. he at leii-th sts miners:
i* a 7 ~p "'1- 1 1 must have been crazyy"
?, 'a S p "You certainly were&" agree the sev-
e sa 04 p es waves, each looking meaningly at
84 1a, I t the other six.-C'hicago Tribune.

- B? Maglcal Egects of the Sapphire.
5 nma To the sapphire has been ascribed
7i 8 p the following magical properties: That
5 M a 3p It pre.l ets wicked thoughts; that It is
e 4sa s p uch an enemy to poison that if pat in
6 ti a O a glass wsith a spider or venomous rep-
sn| 2'P tile it will kill it. St Jertime tn his
4 a p exposition of the nIneteenth chapter of
P ? pIsaiah says that the silplihire plrocures
2 l a 1 ip favor with printes. pacities enemies,.
-.' ~ P free's frosn encla'ttitiltient aild obtains
S14 a I M a release from captit ity. This gem was
! 9a 11 t%* sacred to Apollo and wvas worn when
1 'j 10 1l & Inqulrinm of the oracle at his shrine.


f1 : p P 4ssa It was estemed as a remedy against
1 1 n a fevers.


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8 A.% ir 0DD 0 HA N"CFORANUtE cITry BRANCH.
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of 1 ...~'- C .. N s ::3'I.^.p tLv NSmvrra Ar IMP 7 86p
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Sita9 ..... .-.a 4 -sl 53:- 1: V"-tLv Osag, 1; YAT 106p 6hSp
9 8 a r .. rd I i ~ "11 46% A' I 0 't- c Lw 2 UP $SIP

r.iy a llNy. al-tm noM!POTr's ?,:&::!r3 ha
Orie -9-a A N -X, ,s Dale [baaiy Ipacsuy 21d y

~64 I:-Z1 4! 1' '.Am A 6 4 7a 2 S~p~3p
Ii C', 1: 5p S~ a4,-a 4Mom- Ly, 5-k a Ga 7 p tI p
PENINSULAR AND 0COClENTAL STEAMS141P CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
KOW ECO%%lEC~i.@IaMADE -7tItAs IT*14STFIAVSSHP OF THE Pao. A8. S,5. COMPANY Fc(3
HAVANA AND KEY WEST
T, v t i*,Dra -bweex fl'.arriv-,-antiddpa-t
lblsu Ii b e t ..1 to -'. -- .m .oftianr-.--e-. **,:imeeetoo *a o :n,': ciosat-co:.
Swfdha1:, 1:- -- -f ai- .irde a% c ~-~ns.,;tufr-. a-* :g IL~


F.:r CoVy of 1.e I OC-.0 TL24E CAR D or t-her Information


SYZTHE TC&,KXTA(ET
8. D. RAINER, As3t. Ge"...pass. hgont., ST. AUGUSTInK.IFLA.


F=R I-'; H 7W F-- 5Z 7X M M n I 7 I


Sleeping la a Cannon.
The interior of a cannon Is perhaps
the last pla'e In the world one would
associate with a siesta. and 3et Inllia
possesses a gun which is capacious
enough toi foirtu a chitmber where of-
ficers retire for a sIB-ta during the
heat of the day. This cannon. which
is b'.viyond que-stion the lar--.:- in tihe
world. is probla;bly ialo otie .,f hlie ,ll-
est. It was cast nearly 4twi ye.iro ":so
by it fainoi-< .-1 let of .\Al M::'l -u4ger.
af: i t'a .!e int, Et~i- !: >.>l e[io,
w' :. :n ldia was c.,t',;ui"eld. -I.ondona
St: ndnrd.
Dr. Hale*' secret .
A young ;::ar gr-.;i.v i;.{,ressed with
the ;rcat ;.::..'ir.T of \\ .rk aicredl' ei tw
lr. E'lwar: I 'vter",t Ilale asked tl..'
do. 'tr o:ne tlay h.-w hle did it. "i'.i,',-
yoiu aSre so ;:u IIHa!. "I w ;Il te:' ;o'.!. pr'vIdh l y,'
ke l.;' it a st'-re." "I ;ru'n; 'e.'" sa id
the :!. ,'.;i:er ;tL an; arfl of **i a t:-'::
to r-. :' ve a re::;:'. .;.' re '\ K:;.*
"W V ;;. to t**.: you te tr,'!L.'" said ti.
do. to,1 w:0t. ia wir.. '"I don't do !.'"
'the oul of Honor.

"'I" I-.'!" .,- ; ..'. -',! *:d other
*< :.. :., ..t' ;,. <_,* +., 'e i:-u i. [:y
\\~-:... -".-!:-" , :. '.'ea. at otherr
a *i. u" x cL.u e.

A rt"iT'I V MIITAsWI


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WE Wll
Colonist tickets
NIA, OREGON
TON, IDAHO,
GREAT NORTI


CHI

During March a
route takes yo
LOUIS, KANSA
ORADO and
CITY.

"THE SCENIC
OF

Make your arra


I. E. REH


Traveling Pa

MISSOUR
RAIL
CHATTANOC


Georgia S

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WORLD'S


TR CAMI9'S HB.
"Where the camel's bead goes his
body follows." says an Oriental proverb.
fat's the sme way with disma. A small
opening will give it an entrance and
when e once has a place in the
body a large number of ills may follow it.
The opening for disee I
is often found in a weak"
stomach. When the *po
stomach is -weak" the
body also becomes weak-
enel by lack of
nutrition, and
disease attacks *
the heart, liver,
lungs, kidneys
and other organs.
Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discov-
arv makes the weak
stomach strong It cures
diseases of the stomach
and other organs of di-
gestion and nutrition,
and so enables the body
to resist or throw off other diesset.
Men and women who are ick are in-
vited to consult Dr. Pierce. by letter, free,
and so obtain without charge the opinion
of a specialist on their ailments. All cor-
respondence strictly confidential. Ad-
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. .
"F)r the pa't two years I have been a
lck w,-aun whites Mrs Chesley of 1e W1o d-
laIa Ave Cleveland. Ohio "I tried medicines
frurnm i.ctor, an to no avail At last I decided
to try Ir Pierce's (;,den Medical lhiawry.
When I started! I wa* a". run-down and had a
ery unpieasAnt tate in my mouth Was
choked up. and at tuime it w erry hard for me
to :,reathe. I had severe headaches and cutting
pains in my knee Joint Was mo weak I could
a*x attend to my work nor walk up or down
Ai' without the assistance of my brother or
sc ine 'tend I am n',w taking the fourth bottle.
ant am happy v )av feel like mrsetf again
I Can ro p and d.>wn tair% and perform my
dMsie as well as any ,-ne Everything seems to
be br-iet-r and I can Mrae you that ie
wunh givingg
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med-
ical Discovery." There is nothing just
as good for dyspepsia or debility.
Biliousness is cured by the use of Dr.
p~itr., P.-:waint Pellets.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section S of Chap-
ter 4',v. Laws of Florida.
N,'ti .- is hr'by given that C. WV.
Quick. 'urichas-.r of tax 'e-rtiht'ate No.
"-':;.>, *l.itt-I th- 7th d'ay of August. A.ID.
I V'.,'.. has til.-'l s.i.- I -ertifitate in my of-
ti.-. .in,] has nm:ol :e allitatiion for tax
t..... to, issue in .acro-rlance with law.
S.ii, i irtii, .it- eiiibrac.es the following
,l..-sr'ii,-.l lr!op,-rty. situate't- In Marion
* county. Fl-'ri-la, t o wit: That part of
Li.l .-::. north oif Fl-orida Southern Ry..
S;anill--r. S.-'. 26;. Tp. It. R. 2.3. The said
lti lo-,inr ass.ss.-l at the date of the
isS~.:.n<-'e of such ce-rtitfiate in the
lii]- oifA'" .\. 11. IMoor. Winless sail rer-
titl at'- shall li- I.le. eIkn .i-irdling to
law. tax ,leel, will issue thereon on the
1kth i.lay of June ...A. 1904.
\\'itis'.s iny' ol'fliial signature and
Qs-:tl this the 1 th 'ltay of .May. A. 1).
1954 S. T. Sister nk.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla


FAI BATES


3ouud Trip. OinSa&e Dai-
ly, tvqxj fifteen ibyt.

Re-und Tnp. t1ood ten
iday's. On in e w Yan
Tb urays"YqP&Jae. utwtxu
4-11.4 Ineshs

MY


World's Fair Route, St. Lows
Either through Atlanta and Chattanooga or Columbia and Ashevilll.
"Latni uof the Sky"' route.
Inly ;ine fr.mi Flvridta with its own rails to St. Louis. Two trains daily
fr-mr, Ja. ksonvillt-. Thr,'ugh sl-feping car.
STOP- ,'VERS G oIN.; AND RETURNIN,.. on World's Fair season. sixty-
i ay ar. t nft-i:-Ly tick-ts, within limit, at principal mountain and summer re-
iort ;,ints to th.- ,ar'..inis and East Tenness~-e. No extra cost. An oppor-
tunity t.. visit the gr-at-st of Woirl.ls Fairts ;in, siprid a vacation in the
nM,"u1tt.Lii. \h,!r-. si, Tr!-s 'anm tb m.ade- through the Sapphire Country. Lake
To ax.k.sy. th. Highinti s. t tt.-.
I'-tail-. a.nl v.0lu..ie information. mnaps. fo!l,-rs. etc.. cheerfully furnished
upon application. J. C. LUSK.
District Passenger Agent. I" West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.






Vacation Days in




COLORADO.


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LL SELL SEA BOA D
to CALIFOR" iAR
4, WASHING-
UTAH and the AIR LINE RAILWAY, *


7 A P *F
S*Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pinsg
and April. Our 0 Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
u through ST. Philadelphia. New York.
kS CITY, COL- 1 I
SALT LAKE TWO ELGOANT TRAINS DAILY.

L N Seaboard Express,

THE WORLD Seaboard Mail. *
S
ingements now. U flODERN PULL'IAN EQUIPMENT.

LANDER n
sAgn ONLY LINE OPERATING G
s Ir FAg., t Daily Through Sleepers from JacKson- m

PWAC 0 yville to New Orleans.
WAY .
OGA, TENN. P For full Information and leep1er L Besrvatsiwe ll oa any Agent
0 Seaboard, or write U
0 O A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, .
outhenm 1* Jal*kOmvisle, NLa.
7od B C. BOTLST N. JR.. PasenCer AgmI. Jacksonvill Fla
1lorida Ry ..,...***** **** **********


"Suwanee River Route."


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Merchant Tailors.


Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company


TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5. 1904


DEPARTURES FROM OCALA


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.


For Roih-ll- PI'al tka. Jacksonville and
all p-.'r s .-..s:. .Al-,o for Macon, At-
l..r:'.. N ,~*Mill.. ,'hicago, via Dixie

For Let-sburg. Croomr. Trilby. Brooks-
v.ll,. Tarton ;;Springs. ilearwater.
B-ll.-.ir. St. Petersburg. Lakeland.
Tarmpa. and interrneliate points.
For Julie'te. Gulf Jun. tlon. Homosas-
sa ar. intl-rmedilate points.
Ior Ju;Tl-tte. High Sprtngs. Live Oak.
Dulr,..t. WVaycross an,- all points east
an. .-?st.
Fo,, Jull-tt-. ;ulf Jun. tion. Homos.rsaa


an! :n'.-m-i..te points.
T-.ir.s No 39 an! 71R 9arry Pullman Bjff,-t Parlor Cars.
P. & e-. !tearnr.rs sail from Port T'irnia f,,r K-y WVest and Havana on
.,;. i.y. T .'s la., And Tlitri',!ays at 11 .;* ;. m.
I'r f'It. <. ,:.r> et .n reliable info:m.ti.i: r-ztr .irg rates. through 'ar
a: *r'e.--nts s:e;.p-r r ,eservaitons, etc.. :al', on any Atlantic C.ast Line
ac-'.t, : ar ; T. C7. WHITE. Division P,-~-n.gr Agent.
H M .IE-S. 'N. T: .tf. Manager. W. J. CRAIG. General Pass. Agent
Wi!nlngton. N'ortM Carolina


From Jacksoavile


*For comfortable lodging at rewse-
able rates all at R. J. Nelson's. N t
Magnolia St. Everything kept I eS-
tell-nt order.
Mrs,. L-nny timer has returned hmse
from J.acksonvlls-. where she has bee
spei.ndingc a few weeks with reative
and friends.


*Fre" h water bream and tbet. aM
water trout. sheephead and boaa, ai
salt cured mullet and fresh weye at
Jake Thomas market.
Ike Tompkins is having an additim
ma.t- to his restaurant. whi.'h will Sve
more room andl better facilities for op-
erating his business.
If you vant toe Insure your life a
small ctst take- out a policy in tle P*-
nincular Insurance 'onmpany. A P.
l'ro-kingtion Is manager.
Round trip excursion rates to *a-
vannah and C'olumbia via 9. A. L. oe
the night of July 1: good until the Ilth.
To Savannah. $4: olumbia. 9I.
Rev. S. A. Huger. P .E.. is our
,'ity on business. He has just returned
from the general tconmfernce of the N.
K church at Lo a Angeles. Pal.
Miss Pearl E. Andersoa. who has
bh--n the guest of Miss '. A. Adam
for u-vt-ral -datys. left for her h-ee
V-A'inr-slay afte-r a pleo-sant and elJoy-
table st.y, in our city.


Th- statt,- ;n.spectr of the Prnnlasuir
Irnlustzial Insuranc*- company Mr. T.
J. Smith of Jacksonville. has assumed
c h.arrf- of th+e 'ala branch during the
a.tIg-n.-e of Mr. S. P. Bro'kilgte.
**'.all at Haro's stall. N 7. for
' hp Floorii be.f. Choice round. 12%
. -nt.- pwr pound; loin. 12% ceals:
lhuld*er 'teak. ls c-nts. pork rchps. 12
*.-nts. pork ham. 15 c(ntt.. Peonieie
ht.n.,a u.,-'g, and vegetabl-esrltesb an
th- tirtw. ,
*L Grees. the lightning saf er. CaN
an-) try hiis shave and hatr cut and y
will always 'come. Shave. lee.;: har
(ut. :"1.,4.. honing razor, 2,c,.; Comeave
razor. 73. All work first claim. NM
long *Is-lays; two chairs. Next de erto
Alt rstine Smith. on West Broadway.
*F. Mention, the hustling areer, has
,*nlarged his business and is ready to
'uipply the public in choice agroerdle
v,-g,-table.q. cool drinks. confectionery,
t. Free ,i-livery wagon. Your or-
trs swlicited. Iron building. 6S11h
Main street.
P--v. Jami- ID-an. P. F. of 'wala dis-
tnr.t A. M .E. church. will hold his
lua.rt'-ly onfs-rence at Mt. Zion A. M.
K. huruh ,on the 24th inst.. ansi will
* '.ntinu- th'- quarterly s'rvic-'s through
"h:- fourth Sunday. Everybody I to g-
-C t.. lutry.


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[t'itIr: ..;. ,0saC dasi-


127.50


120.95


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133.90


Southern Railw


Ev-ry ,condition which makes for pleasure. whether
luxurious or simple, is fulfill. "unler the Tur-
quiise Sky" in the Coloralo Mountains. It Is the
iiatuial Tlay.grounil for the vacation---swerving from
this section. Illustrated literature sent free on
request.


Through Sleeper service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day


LOW RATES ALL SUMMER


Gten. Pass. Agt.. Dist. Pass. Agt..


Little Rock. Ark..


5 J IL. A ~. 9 611 0ii0

SWanted-A we dir. JL. m
Sternaerger.
*-* NO, 2 shingles cheap. L 11
I Stern berger.
Revs. T. T. Gans and IL Nil
are in the city.
Several new cottages tOr I L
Starr Stermerggr.
I- C. Jackslote has severed his eE-
nection with M. C. Falana.
For Sale Cheap--2.0 Na6 2 2 a-
g lea J. Star Steram.eru.
Mrs. Susite Crowell and two b
Shave gone to the East Coast.
MiUs Sall Pe Smth is psediWg a tow
d.ays at Sparr visiting fried.
Fine roe sad every etaer -
Tompkins' stall. No. 1 city mrk
Don't forget to call at Falasa' -M
for choice meats. t grr. one a. -
tioms. etc.
Mrs. A. J. Willianun has gone to t.
Louis. Mo.. where sheo easemplel
making her fattre hore.
*Call at the Mack Hows tr s-e
portable lodg l sad beard at re m
ble rate. Wet BDroadway.
Ice cream of all flavors every 4
at Tompkins and Brooks k'e -rea
garden. Go and enjoy yourself.
*Keep in memory that the M-J 1
House furnishes meals at the felowft
hours. from 7 to S. from 12 to L. m4 T
to 9.
Sfall at Mrs. W. C. Willougby's ar
dressmaking. All orders lled with
displattch and neatness. West Brad-
way.
FOR RENT-Three !-room m heou-
two 3-room houses. one 4-reom hime;
one 5-room house. J. Starr Meernaers
g|r.
Mr.s. Adeline Jones of Troy. Ala.. the
mother of Mrs. 1. J. Simmwnea. sies-
Sv'*-t, lly 1p-id the latter a vit. who is
,*-lighted.
We- are cutting off delinnqmests rig
a, .oI We cannott tarry you any Nka-
er. .andd te-ll io y.ou know it. Budiem
it busitiess.


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S.L. PARROTT


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