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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 18, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03019
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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EVE.lNIJNU


Volmne 10, No. 3 OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1904. $5 a Year Advance.
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ANOTHER FOR OCALA


State Epworth League Will Meet Here'
Next Year-Large Attendance and
Cordial Welcome at Kissimmee


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LITTLE BROWN HEROES

So'diers on the Japanese Transport
Hitachi Prefer Death to
Surrender


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MACARUOONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
Stidacta Garanteed
Address


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Kans.. %% rites:.1 have usedl BallarcT
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WM. ANDERSON


L.ALEXANDER


Practical


CARPETER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all contract.
work. Givs moire and better work tot
the money than any other man tIo
town.

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Th H, u.sian h,,.titAl i,- i. -x-
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EDW ARDSuBROTHERS ..... .... 'r """ITh- W. W. CARMJAN'& 470.
-.It,' .,'- "-;-'n .s urs-s. Th- n.t,..-.- W. \V. CARM.AN & CO.
,tiiu- tI, \ tk in lh- ie ls. r-g. l-
AT THE CIT MARKET i--s ,.f th- var. itn.- th- .r,-r ..r- mrn-
,i Tg in suf, i. i,-it, ,: ., Zii-s ,, ff#,,ir, Oppoaite City Hall P. 0. Se 3M
0.. sD t Th:e, .ti: !. s. ro .u s; H. R. HUNTER
Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchelr s' [ "t. ly In h a ..UNTEH
t,.u h.-h*. Iv th Ruusin ,onmimsariat. -:7 111f "
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WESTERN AND CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS .-;, -" .inith-...
"Thw-r- i- l ra. ti, .ally nee si, "W V.0 C1KSW1"r3K
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON ,,ir., nr th.- R C- .irn tops. Th-e snLuO-
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"", .-d c:Ii .c,, -" .,t,-- p .'.T:"F ,.-.. -trnt1A ; t t this. The -e-
W~e htvo -als, a AlMix,-l T iu '.-. :;- : ... i :-,--iv-- ,t Ki.sm- .. e u!;-.n th- ..":it; .t mands of the pub-
ag-: -". for ha;if ;p uni -. ; .- *r ., -. k. "Th hut, .s t .. ;:. %. :.-ix-ns:>:-. N. o i c tor the best of
did dIrink. A,. .* ., .-. i A i- I I- d -'- r I* h-i T -e 1 n tc.u.-"ith th.1
If you \a;in' .s-in-thing e....!..I ., i .1 t .--- .h-"fi.. :-::T1 t o un,--r stIItG
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AT THE ,-- ; -- ... O AND A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE li. t... Cr Ot :h "E. o*lP *B h Aaw. ye
.,, ," .:, I u ,tir ... : ,,1,,. .,":.: th.an t.iil int,, the h.tin s.. r f th, evadi-o "he issue

I v ALLGONLALL
A l-.. ,th-r .0... ti,,I h. h t- .i. e th..t v. -..v. ;'k.n 'y th- t h^_that are j ust right.
S .OT. .. il, ;: .u.GROCERY n -.' ti.mi- t.a 1.i,. :.l For wC rteaz
For I ls lt [t "h- *;.:tt. l'"\. .if.:-r btcini ,.an.mia.. h-,l, To cur: -n.ler. that on these two
Fee. I. .n .tir s I i n to ak.- -.s ; principles our suc-
SWA Lut .t- i..tt hi;'.. Th.- .ffi rs on cess or failure
A"d ..l.xcu,-..n ,, t:.. I-.k-s J effB 0 '.": .. ,, cr si Lieut--.,nant .ol.,-, l must rest. And
p.-t-sh .,ndl his st,,f, w, .'I- ntt tIi\i-. ,- our goods al usmr
RE Rnned. wit CU J th'n th- vH-fi lcnkut
WtP h.CO- ,,PtlhAJ l .TH, , l, h1, 1er. he- .h ,c-.c.l .:nk. .n., ..- prices ar- always
an; gif iWt h .a -. th tl,- a h t h.- .,boblors of the re.gimrn-t \\t-!- .on- right.
G ..B.... ..... .ssimni'.-l to, -;shs l,,ng t-f,,re- the v .N.-.l
=- 0;. B -. W E H E 'Kissim-" hot. ----- --. ANTI.MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE
The he hospitality of the Kissimmer SUICIDE AT JACKSONVILLE KILLED BY A FALLING BLOCK hsa n'k thc -rlorr h t n .Ti DR.
^ two l.t.le is unlioundt,ll. ;n dl the-ir Chris- I As t o., o it the ,t ,olrs i ht i twen
i . -vrwee:str,,y*-,. Ueutenant 'olonf-l Supthl went: -- -
r-- n .,'*rdiality is the them, ev,-ryvhere ,'. F. M.1'rty. ,a Chicago, hwyer,. ,n.ld McDonald. a much esteemed n dk to tak. command of the trans- ,
in th- S T'evGR A P .. J. E. Mik i.r. s lat, ir-silnt. i Jaksonvillt. .-,rilaWy. by a falling bhck whthill su ,rintending shortly. While i re c by fight bthe was.
ably relied vor ,th- onfr -. Snd I the heading hof a stpel at a wharf in, I
Rev. Charlie Tillhmn. th gr-at singer. OP Ehiand instantly killed. The remaining of-
RVCM? Wer^v. thu-T 11(*u*rrat singer. YONGL THE PLUMBER that city Thursday. t m h r o e ....
TYPEBWI^fglI held the audience si;-llbound. Oldest. acheapestslid best. Working -_ _____ fie ,naiy t whom were inded.
Oldest. cheapest and best. Working ,seeinK that nothing remained but eap-
MISS S. N. SINCLAIR Ocala Notes for glory. See the pioneer plumber of FINE CIGARSur hih J r rd
Private office In Commercial Bank.j J. A. Munde :n.l M.. A. un Oala. The orma an the H honor-ommitted harikar. However.
Your work in the above lines solicited. den. formerly of i :ala. were pre-se nt. -- ao Russian hlls sunk the vessel be-
Speed and accuracy guaranteed. the former filling the- secretary's hair. JERSEY MILCH COWS urhe El ol. and the Fam a acional. fre a boarding party could get aboard.
iproetem i and the ruined transport sunk to the
Rev. H. Dutil appeared with a paper. I have just arrived in Ocala from Tampa. and many others to be found bottom of the sea with her crew of
FISeH A OYSTE RS Rev. J. A..Hendry gave a glowing ac- Valdosta. ,(a., with the finest car of an T. W. Troxler's cigar case. dead.
.count of the Ocala Lagu Jersey milch cows ever brought to this
Shave. fresh Bottcm Fish and Miss Irma Gooadyear was the Ocala city. See them at once at J. R. Martin A RARE OPPORTUNIT THE RUSSIAN ARMY
I havefresh an delegate while Mrs. M. M. Little re and Co's. livery tabls. Bryan. Can put party on track to secure the __ TO THE RESCUE
Mullet always on hand: srpended to the words of welcome ex- ----- -.--- best lands for stock farm in the coun- Its Condition Described by an Ameri. The helpless are reed by the able-
Cedar Key and Crystal River tended from the Kissimmee League A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE dty. Size of tract, fully 2000 acres: The helplessare the
a the Christian Endeavor S-ocietV. I land covered with fine body of blanket can, Who Has B Livig bodied. The strong shoul care for the
She also read a paper and w,,as ap- My driving ponies, Kitty and Hattie. grass. We'll care
OYSITERS. and the ,^ist an F^.n vr S y ^ y driving ponies, Kitty and Hattle. I gras. Florida clover, and the finest Ameng the Soldrers weak.
ESEIVED FIESU DAILY pointed as correspondent to the Ep- These ponies are well bred. being about feed in the state. Land cheap. For J. F. J. Archibald. correspondent of e care f!or you nd your t te
worth Era for this occasion. three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth further particulars call at this office. Volier's Weekly, who has been with right time.
Opened and delivered upon request The vote for the next conference to Hamiltonian: can go a mile in four -- the Russian army in Manchuria. gives AN INSURANCE POICY
SEE ME, I CAN !he held in O.ala was unanimous. minutes: are very kind and gentle; can A STRONG HEART the following report, which tells of a will protect you from lo cae of
Sbe handled by ladies or children. The$ Is assured by perfect digestion. Indl- very different state of affairs from r. W'd lik to t ou aout
FILL YOUR WANTS 1 LOOKS LIKE A DARK HORSE !are well matched in color, size and gestion swells the stomach and puffs what is popularly supposed to be the kind of race In which you are i-
w. r ,- "gait; are four years old. Price. $500. it up against the heart. This causes case: terested.
SParker a Little in the Lead, but Hearst B. H. Seymour. shortness of breath, palpitation of the Russaut has a suffleient force in
Has heart, and general weakness. Kodol the field to withstand any attack from IAL, MPWL & WHELE
S Has More Than a Thid of the SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, re- the Japanese.. Regiments of Russian
W Delegates Pledged CHOICE LAND FOR SALE lieves the stomach, takes the strain regular troops are pouring in every O .
SILlA Wednesday Judge A. i. Parker of; -- off the heart and restores it to a fu'l ,day. The hussars and dragoons are -
;New York secured instructed delega- For sale. 75 acres of as good land as Iperformance of its function naturally. v;..atly superior to the first contingent
CARPENTER AMD UILI'E tons from Arkansas and Mississippi. can be had In Marion county, describ- Kodol increases the strength by enab- of cavalry, which was mainly recruited
which gives him a slight advantage, ed: W4 of nw!/4, sec 19, tp 14, s. r 22 ling the stomach and digestive organs in Siberia. Trains are arriving from I
Offers his services to the people of over William R. Hearst in the matter e: or lying along the Gainesville road. to digest, assimilate and appropriate Mukden at the rate of from six to ten -
Ocala and vicinity for work in his line. of instructed delegates. Mr. Hearst. about 41 or five miles from Ocala., to the blood and tissues all of the food t ery day Hundreds of etra sid ings While your family Is away for the
If recommendations and good work however, has already more than one- Here Is a chance, for It will be sold nutriment. Tones the stomach and di- e been built along the entire seven summer let us put your plumbing in a
count, then I feel capable to make es- third of the St. l.auis delegates who ;are cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star, gestive organs. Sold by Wm. Ander- thousand miles of track. Hundreds of unitary condition. Your trip away for
timates and carry them to a successful enthusiastic iln his support. and If the office. Ocala. Fla. scn. guns. :,ad thousands of horses are- pour- the summer will do no good if you come
Issue. J. D. Williams. two-thirdts rul. prevails. th..y will be ingint- Manchuria.home and breathe ewer aa all win-
No. 138. S. nd St.. Ocala. Fla.'abl- to def-at th- Nev York judge. It I,iii.,ai communication ith Port ter. Florida Plumbing and Electric
is believed. ho.vr, that Mr. He;rst Arthur is now suspende-d. Fifty Ru- Company.
aniinoet secure the nomination. anl that s wken. who hav- ivl at
w e ithAh contest l ll result in ; lark horse. .Tiei>-t-inn say that the garrison is in,
-with the chances favorable- to Ma1,yor -rfect health and spirits. Reports to W W t&lC
-M.- lelllan of New York. although there th effet that the Russian troops are
uFANCY GROCERIES k us rurne ROUH DRSSEiith t,,Russianod a well selected s
Stiopopa than wit:i any army I o-ver ac-
For the finest bread, akes HAVE YOU A COUGH? S ee or P hon e onr.ini-l-much less than ike-s place I CARMAN & COS
and Fancy Groceries in the city -o N.ith r an American tield fort-. -ne-raln North Main St., orth of city ar-
A dose of Ballards Horehound Syr- uNv iVroplkn's rmy is at pr-sent with-
REMEMBER THE up will relieve it. Have you a cold?, A B Y S E R in striking .lstlance f Lia o Yng. p i Set .t
dose of Herbine at bedtime and fre- B BH Thtr-i air no more th.an "n.,,,-oLca rn-g Specialties-
quent small ioses rof1Horehound Syrup H O-. 5 t Or,', ,t Muk,,*-n *.n, n-ight g 'RUITS ANDCVEETA.LEN.
FR ENCH BAKERY during the .lay will remove it. Try it PHONE! NO. 25. - aa, FIa s..,.. ,tn .. iaih,,ben.... YnI- CANCDENE ANL E G
FRE CH BAK RYI tac-4. andinci fny ro-giniiit'ts at yiCICESnN-EG


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PAGE TWO OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE 18. 1904


EVENING STAR
C. L. BITTINGER & CO.
C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll
Prcp;,riet,:s and Pub;.she:s

C. L. BITTINGER.
Editor and General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Business Manager

FRIDAY'S PICNIC
The uniin Sundlay s.-h-ol pnicf is
n'i\\ only a. nme-n.lry antd Wir Park a
*"histe-r." .is th- sunburnt fae-qs. nec-ks
anad arms ,of hundred-ts aof young frolks
awld s, eel into the- sloarklintg andl sending ,%a-
tors ,of lov-ly Lake VWe-ir and ,lid the


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jui I ;.,i rttTh,- s;-.it k-1iiat A .it-: ''fThe-
ik- tk itah his ,.7tur~l'C sti 'ok-'S. imiI x%'.:,h
"\*.l kids" C nieautit.-4 torthis s'heaui-

31;i :y w-Mi jUoiis %%'.e-r- na~tifle fair Re-a-
toot H-. Wa. I..ttl'-. w.hoeit %%. ,is Le 1-1
x%\ -Pu I i-tur-n ina time- froth n Whit-
-g-rlingsa te pull off thow- miniiatureo- yacht
z ,.- me 'aalal his go-nzial jr.so-.na-a-.tip the-
thraan4.
If yaeu '.. art tea knmw whro '..asn't dOhi
the i-xi-eisitan. ask Your no-izh1,-.
It ~ .%;is' a gi-,ut atlay anal the jwa-ijoelaofal
fwa-l;. are neptii the7- wirorsa for the-ri out-


aquatic act vcan testify. ink
The train consisted of eight coaches J.hih Starke. the ,klawaha vine-y:ird-
and a baggage car. used for refres.h- ist. suppioed the excursionists with
mnents. over which <'. H. Dame. of v-I- I,,.v;ah" and melons.
vet cream fame. presided. There were
no vacalit seats. Conductor C'arter AN HONOR WORTHILY BESTOWED
pulled the hell cord and Engineer Ho- _
gin manipulated the throttle. while In honoring Dr. Henry Robinson with
;e-ienral Train Master A. L. Ilass as- the presidency of the State Bankers'
Listed th- ,conductor to gather the Assaviation at Atlantic< Beach this
tickets--.5a---and %as satisfteld -a nunm- |Pk. the association bestowed an hon-
bter w-ere ,overlooked. or ulan one of the state's foremost fl-
Everything went as merrily as a nan. iers and most public spirited. Dr.
marriage bell. nat a hxre ak or a skip Henry Robinson is president of the
worth ma-ntioning. exaepIt that W-eir 'ommeraial banks of Jacksonville.
Park was substituted for Eastlake. (meala and Lake which to malay %ams a sore dt-lisalloii)t- I k-en and far se-einrg and his ap)inin is
mi-nt. .s the latte-r %%as the more de-. sought and deiended, upon by the mon-
sirahls- s-pot. -yed me-n of the state.
The" sports of the dl:ay w r-l bathing.
situn ,n1,;. r.\'ien. i iling :nng l i ; tlij, H. It. Alliso.n. re+ r-senting the Levon
mll ';,; t.ain ,oso ,t's .ste-;tm -r [D ll.;t. '.,olmn1 ssisnll '.,tnl); y v >f e 'ir.vinnati. is
with a l.im'ge .it;ich-i1. This latte-i itn- in th.c ,ity looking ;afte-r ant.iloules
stituti, ii. though lat- in at iving. %.ass ni Itn-leon.ns. IHe re|lMrts oulet:atilnst faer
th- f,.-tur- ,f th+-e lyiv. Thi-e trilps th.- frni+.r at $""', te $''.5a ;and the lit-
weI l. i % tiI +-r-e ll-.i.sant and i tl ler at $6*e t(, $T7.. hut with praoslpe-ts aof
jo, tl.h.. Th.- u itervt leaooeke-d ., eo"10 ;414eila l a -tt-r n;a k-l .is th,- e. x .ath-r is
itvjitIut. tli- :air so pu !i e iii r.-fr.-sh- ;l',.M\i1 l \%A';a tnl-l'. H is holis saolI a
iim :1. l itIhe lin.It s.; ;.-- sa iiisii ti1 .a, l,,;,| ,f m .-lens ,l i th,- l-th fi'r $1'9a1
\1 lil 1'- ;'I'1 "i 7 it-S- l"'i.ly -' f l't S a a's.
,ia.e-llii..". I, iiitins .,I .,.l!.,i,.ls. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
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the Returns of the Last Primary

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'.as i i. w 01'0n"i. .i ,h .>b t th.;t ;', e
ingr.li"nts %in make it. (;in be li ad at
Troxier's.
<-'-sitn *iz l i ,;f, . ,.- Thu- s i V

Pearl tooth wash Is the best. We sell
;t. Postoffice Drugstore.

R. D. FULLER,
DENTIST*
Office Over Munroe & Chambliss
Bank. Ocala. Florida.

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

W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Si.eial attention given to the treat-
ment of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
eases of Women and Children.
Ocala. Fla.
* office ever T)dings' Drugstore. Of-
flee hours from 8 a. m.. to 12 m.:
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n..
Residence-No. 60 N. Main St.., knwn
as the Nasb cottage.


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GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS
In Five S zes

CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor


THE


CARMICHAEL


&


"ED'S PLACE"
McGrath's Old Stand
VW]S[ SI)DE13 SQTA.-ALR

Rebuilt and Newly Furnished
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS

GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. ut.uTY
A ':* ;Iy t i S'. k of ,;z m i'' VW ith I ':-- I '!v-I y. Spe Ci.al A't n-
; 'C ta. ,, C.


I t.'l I 1. 1 ,ine i h:i"v th tt tirt e I f~-inzn %- i. t lh.- 1 .::i st '1 M :. *, *:I.:- li .s:tus:*s in th- S' t-. All r. le.r. Fil-id ,,n Re-
I '.iake ;. Ci .s of H.--hine. It is 'he urn T: t:n.
'*.s't s ,lC-iriC i i -Xe'r nim .ee f,,a- C h;!Ps i1 !
-,V. ,,-a S ,ee ttl.C ~CI by the An- Separate White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and
ugstre. Up Town Places


Mc'Iver an. MacKay have just re-
ceive.t s.,ome of th.- han:'dsomest ladies*
desks ever seen in Florida.

HIAY I' a SALE--A.t 7 -cnts ,per
hu. it 1 -: ht. S H. ~.aitskill. MIc-
Int-sh. iF;a.

Nothlne as g,,o.l fr c-.::nr.!sseurs as
a (;r..n-l Roy.vl 1CC. cIear. ol -Iby all
t.ritK'ip.'. iealers.

St ky y .~;irar ar..d a',r wax. Fresh
st,'-k ;s*. r i\. Tyinr.gs & 4Co..
ph,,.e N,. 3.,
TheP r.ce
To Find

Pretty Frame Mou!lings.
Harnmmr-'ks.
I, at J. A. Pittman and Son's.
wV.rk !.,*n by S .rnt-rzeer in paint-
ing and pape-ring guaranteed.
L--'t a-f st it ,nC ry ar.! -i-t*'in --"* sup-
p;:es. just rre e:ve (*.a'.a N-w.s ~Co.


Our Liquors, Wines and Beers are bought to
Car Load lots direct, and our prices are the
Lowest.


We A6lvrway Pleero

The Carmichael & Son Co.,
Ocala, - Florida.


WILL BE MARRIED

Ar'l'.ur PiB-- r.i Nltziz ..g-
!e~fC a.." '. N '.--:U CC'Z.~' r:


Thee : -s-v ~ .'~
Clr~s C-frr:'-:k -, r Iy. Pl'.7''.' z-!'
.mk ,it~ibCa-7'A t-utta-" .in'.' :me -f ; !
hy ren-Iing toi the.- i:ry C-cir NCT"?
Fr t r. k: ,n S ..

Fresh limes at Tay.KCrC9.


SON CO.


".'/. ..J t, /' ,, MAL'r~







Club

Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old.9 It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
age"-melov -
ness, ripeness,
flavor.
There are several so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can tell it by the taste.


We Are Still Hsling.
and surrplyin. builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
rose. While the demands of our cus-
to,.,rs are great we rave disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our
efforts to meet the desire for a grade
of lur'hner of the bes quality have been
arpre ,ated far beyond our expecta-
tions.

C. I. G RACE.


7CIA
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(Tampa Tribune) I Dos 4 te, and Winin gi.
Jacksanvii Pe. June ri.-The failure ofPhosphate, MInsng and Washing Mad i y
the Robert W. Davis managers to file 0
their notice s of a-ontest with the ex-cu- W agons, Bugges, Phaetons, Sutreys, Cariages
tive conmmitt.-e.s o)f*the various counties.
in wvhie-h thevy all:ege0 fraud thr-w. their
hi: of -urt hen HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
the slt'a t executive committee- met to1-
d'ay to feclar e the r-siuts # f the s-4-eand1 0- e 1q 0n I- WE C 0
pi ,l,:iry e "J1e" "7. ."" Idmg Mate al S, Every K d and Descnr ti
The- oanmrnitteee was present in full.
.-ithler iln plrsoin or Ivy prioxy.. The

" ha'"1"" '"-'..t a: ':- FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
n;lhlinii:. The' ,.a n*. a.iiimii ll,,m itt..,'

",111 ;.: '1'"'+" i'"" Phosphate Plants Installed Complete
I t. th It l \v t- fi r i, th ;ita i:t.
'-I] ill:t this ,N ,Ik. he. ,,,h.- i .! ...


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


1M ik'f-' 'f the


MILO DEYO
H.ghest Grade 5c. Cigar


PAGE TWO


OCALA EVENING STARI, SATURDAY, JUNE 18. 1904


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OCAL EVNIN STA. STURAY.JUNE18.wQO *AWI mmuwn


OCALA OXAoUkKrNCES

:iepbhone 116. if you want paint; ng


Dr. B. F. Lisk of Vonnoir is in th-
city.

C. E. Taylor has fresh limes for lime-


J. B. Cruston of Tampa, is a gue"t tof
the Montezuma.

The most elegant display of candy
ta town at Dame's.

4'. ('. I irlton of Ait a'li., is ,e gu-s.
of thn <<-;la H ous-.

Just receiv ,f' fresh limes, for lime-
ades. C. E. Taylor.

It. J. H -ririn of J..-ks<.,nvill- \%;i. t
the iwa.it Iletus.- .v.--'.,- li.

Best work in painting and paper-
hanging done by Sternberger.

The rejlisto-r shs us thi ty-ono ;rriv-
alis at tho- MNit'-zuuma yste ily.

When in doubt. smoke the Mllo Deyo
Sc. cigar. All principal dealers.

A. N. Ellis andI son of umnm.-rtif-Idl
were at the MoiIntezuumia yesterday.

For reliable painting and papering
Wee J. Starr Sternberger. phone 116.

Harry Wynn of (Orange Home is at
the Montezuma.

Geriu's Witch Hazel Soap. best for
hard water. Try It. Postoffice Drug-
store.

S. V. Dukes and I. A. Vidal of Dun-
llfion w er at the lMontezumai ve ter


WEATHER FORECAST

\\'ashi!,gTTn. Jun*- l.-P:,tly .;- uiy
*,,nif, ht h',i,,- s S:-un,. iy fI'TA-rr:,.(.n.

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

I you .-li-ve- th- lieil 'ii *i:a! n.. is
*!1:.- ti .ir i, s.itk.itin 4,f .ur U! y. th -.


M. s. .1linni- A. I;:.--t;.k ,,ff.-rs ,

*i ,lns. 'uit L' ..in t;i -s if n i il'iri-l


P'. H 8 .!ll., ,, l .i ,li,,,.,- ;-.t T-, I V f..-
I ,i,, s" tI.!at;.,': .

r.-am. ti-t his <- a-m parltr in a rnanner that will
make his rtoins ver-y acce'-etable to
those who ate se,-king summer refresh-
ments.

Ev-ry iirn \\h hi i.-s inl- itei -st *if
the.- blu iil
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.

I. ". p 'ost iii ,f Phil.il-II.hi.i is
amongg y-.sterlay's ;arri"v;ils a;t ith- I i;ala
H>usf.

WANTED-Sawmill mn-n to try the
Emerson Variable Po-,l W\Vorks. (Guar-


SUMMER


STYLE


Handsome line of piece
gods in stock for saifts,
trousers and Ovucoats.
We are up-to-date in ma-
terial and workmanship.
All orders srkiwfully and
promptly 'ecuted, work
fully guaranteed.

Jerry Burnett,
Merchant Tailor.

\ ,i i ..k I I i-


The handsome-t line o' _uffets chi-
t.at losi-ts. *iini z ltoom nairs and ta-
Y:es. rocking chairs. iz-ception chairs.
<-:.. that this portion of *he state has
ever seen ju-.t received by Mclver &
* acKay.

M i. I'' it.-ih. it ,hf h ;e n ileri-. h->n sh[. n
. it *r i ".iIth h b-r botIi- i. T-)in. h;s
,-turri -,t i, h !-" i,- -|i.t t, N '.. hornp.


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

J. J. NielsonI ;iand son iof HI-ll-vi
were in th- city touliay. Mr. N. has the
Iputatio-(n of being a: successful melon


anteed to save its co st in thirty days. grow r. but the drobuth caught him andi
Address. The Florida Iron and Wood ruined all his hopes..
Works. Apopka, Fla.. J. W. Emerson. -- -....
-a.aner.


day. SEABOARD
Born. yesterday afterno.on to Mr. and
On Thursday and Friday. ready-to- Mrs. J. W. ,'rosoby,. a aine baby girl. AIR LINE RAILWAY
wear hats and a few dress hats at cost. Dr. Powers \\as the attending physi-
Mrsa. Minnie A. Hostick. cian. Spcil Rat

0. M. Vinney of Lady Lake was a FN OR SALE-Lady's saddle a Last Excursion to West Florida and
guest of the Montezuma yesterday. blanket: good as brand nev. Z. c'.
Chambliss Return This Season
Lavender, for keeping moths out of Lake City. $3S.25: Live Oak. $3.75:
oer woolen goods. Nothing else so Levi Alexander is rebuilding the Madison, $4; Monticello. $4.50: Talla-
good. Postoffice Drustore. Harter house, where the photographer's hassee. $4.50: uiincy. $5; River June-
tent stands. The house is owned by lion. $5: Bainbridge. 4;a.. $'. Tickets
Gen. Robert Bullock has returned Louis Toffaletti. It will be repaired on sale for night train only of June 27:
from Jacksonville. throughout, a new roof put on and two final limit. July 5.
rooms added.
rm added. $I-SAVANNAH, GA., and return.
Great bargains in millinery, fringes.. Tickets on sale for night train only of
velllags. chiffons, floors. ribbons,! FOR SALE-Cheap. for cash, a com- July 1: final July 12.
baby cape, children's hats. etc.. Thurs- plete set of Encyclopaedia Britanica,
day and Friday, at Mrs. Minnie A. full sheep binding. Apply to Mrs. J. C. $8-COLUMBIA, S. C, and return.
Bostick's. Porter. or to J. H. Benjamin. a" Star Tickets on sale for night train only
--~ office. f July 1: final limit July 12.
Mrs. '. E. Taylor and Mrs. M. L. $34.33 -EI'REKA SPRINGS. ARK.. and
Durand went to Fort George Thursday W. M. G;ist of McIntosh returned return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
to spend a week. home today front a visit to his stock and Saturdays: limited 60 days.
farm neat Santos.
For Thursday and Friday I offer a I- $.5-HOT SPRINGS. ARK., and re-
big line of flowers, ribbons and trim- li5i-acre splendid farm, cottage. well. turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
mings of all kinds at and below cost. barn. sugar house: 441 acres in cultiva- i and aturdays. Limited 60 days.
to close out stock. Mrs. Minnie A. Bos- tion. balance woods, with some gooMl $19.30-NASHVILLE. TFNN.. and re-
tick. timber. Nice small lake. Very fine turn. Tickets on sale June 1s. 19. 20,
-- locationn for general farm. stock rais- July .. 4. 3'; limited 1. days from date
'apt. R. I). Harrison of York was ing.loc. Near 4 xford. Fli. Price. e.k 7 of iale. Extension obtainable to
the city today. Half cash. A bargain., ail on F. W. Septembe-r 30.
i 10ittPto. ro.ni 12. Merchaits' bl ock.
-it t .3,`o$1..%5-T'Sli*'AIl4l4)SA. AL.A.. and re-
Please ask your physician to send or I- t1. .-TItAL .4. ALA.. and re-1
tuan. Tickets on s.i]e June 14. 13. 16.
leave your prescriptions and orders for M .Merchant Rusco of Weis'.dlei. andl
drugs wi'h us. We give car-ful atten- ;Jainah Iiriggers of stklaiiaha amn up I. ^'ays fr m i nlite of sal i. Ext-l -
tion. prompt delivery and the lowest of this afternoon 1in obtainable to Septemh r ll. 1404.
prices. Tydings & Co.. phone No. 30. -


At;ENTS WANTrEI-To sell watch-
Jim Nelson of Silver Splrings xwas in eos. B:ig- commission. Sanlpele, free.
the city t ia.y. ite toily foi s.anil a;inl tirins.
-- Yilorklbr-sk Mfr. *

The excellent cigars made by Charles
Peyser. the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy-
al. can be had at the Ocala News Co.

IDo aill you im n i assure the p,.issage
of the' ln'el o-,lii.ence-.

It's all o\.r no-wi liro t.it0f iis gov-
ernr andI l.ivis jes '. Li.ffs."

Fresh milch .-cos kept ,in h.n'l for
sale the .'.i*- ro nil,. 'Partlis \\ishinc
at c u ill s;>,v, n .>i by .,lllil ,,n I .M .
l Boney.

Mrs. M.!y His,o. k of t'.i!'ll.- I.-ft
yest*-rr :i; f.>r *'hi. g i T, "* l h.-
summer n aith ft iltls.

'hiffoits. v.iligs. Ho\\e' .ii< 1.i'es.
a I'retty .tin. .ttlra.tiv\- line offir.-.,.
Thurs.lay :int Fr i-it.y. ait ,acmil -icost.
Mrs. Mnnie.- A. Itoiti,-k.

F e.,l H. KR 1insol: .,f th, Xf.- ,,
4'rate t'.inp.iny of *':'sti l Ri\ t .i
in ltu n tilt.i .

FOR SALE Ac-.lm.ated Jersey nilm h
cows. with young calves. .ilso limited
number of Duroc pigs. If you xant
fancy stuff of the highest breeding you
can get it f:,om. H. H. Whitworth.
O0ala. Fla.

A ,. t.r 1 t- N% o.iS r:i!.-.I $ l ,Th u.lT
e% '-ti in Ithe "mi .% i t .-. :t tthis iin -
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n. .- '\ . . -- -
C V : : N- : k .* .


i.%It.3. L.. lnxliis. Miss A sht~eii Th..in-


were~t at t ho- Me.? t-Zlia letaeiiv.

THROWN FROM A WAGON

Mr. Ge,-otrse K. ll..Im ii.k %% s thnmn~


hr.-l .i Mr ..s 1t:.,k .,.I- ~ ::s i .-
knimn~ -f1 ..n. Nc Th 11.ii,. 'e
Tht-rv is nethinaz ,t 1t, 1 1:.0Itm


Ly any .- th.-: t'- Tm.a. I ":Q"S. 1






For D'inner!.


Well, just phone


THE FAIR


They'll get it there


$::;l.1 --;'HI<'A ; O. ILL.. .an. ieturn.
Tickets on sale June 16 i to .'o inclus-
ive; limited to June '2.4
$1i..30-NASHVILLL.. TENN.. anl re-
turn. Tickets iont sale June_ ..t. 2.. .:;
limited to 15. lays from *llate of sal-.
I-xtension o liltainalle tie September 340.
$-:i.. W\EST BAel-N SPI'RINe;S. INI,.
.11l r-etuil i. 'i k s-t.,t n s.ll.- July :.
to 24 in,'lusite. limit'i to .\ugust I .
.;. _-FR EN 'llH I.1'K SP'I" S. IN I..
.i ,l i lt-iii Ti, k,-,s a'T 1 !.. July 21
toe I4 i lus:. -. i: : .. :U St 1 .
$1 .'.' .\1TI..\NTI CITY. N J ,i
tl: .. T :' k-t *n t* JI ; .in
1 1 !, . .. .I* ; i \ ;.
? :2 Fl '.K.A -S 'ltlN. ;S .ARK .in
!-turn. T wkeT< *ii Ju;\ ;**
: iUS:V\.-. ,l; :!T .] ;0 .\'l ius T 7.
*I't'l T 1 *F JLI.Y RAT.\ S. T;, k-;.s
-n- ! ** July n 4 ** ,
],,;.*'' :! tl- > :; ,,. y ..>uth **"f tlh*
Ssh I St T f tI4 ';f -
liS :ss ; 0 ' :" : t. 1 ..j,






TR5.55-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RE-

2:. a t **t ie.- r 15. re turning
$384-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RETURN

TURN
T: ket In sale J:i!y. b- nig Aprilt-
T:,ke's ,-,n sale i.t.,y" teginning Apri:
.;' ;;':'ei returning 60 days fronr
t.o.e <.f sale.



S J .'y .. Extension



aks Kd nd der i
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right


PETTY THIEVING

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.: th,,, i l. l }' n.:. !-- M iss


':. r i'.;.lt . 1 ,|- ,',, ; s .iir".

WANTED-1?0o rent a cor,,! 5-rnom
* 'tae<. \hMut lie in ec<.-.! lor'.ality. an-I
if suitable would buy. Ii.quire at this


-.1 H. I '>:in ,i>n of crystal l RP.:vor
11; !-.t- Tui-s.lity f.,r S.-:ttl-., \WtVah-
ii'in t.ili. i! -1 Jiiuniiu. .Alask:i. H" will
r-turr. ini the- fall.

CREAMERY BUTTER

The Carmichael and Son Co. keep
constantly on hand, receiving a fresh
supply every two days. delicious, pure
Georgia creamery butter. 25 cents per
nound. kept on lee. Phone No. 37.

WV. I. V-.Al of York w\\as in the city
tIday.


0*0 *


'.*1.

AN EXCEPTION


"A prophet is not without honor, sae toin


his own country" is a proverb that does not

always apply. For Inosa a about 1000

people in this country do business with


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS


I:
~,o


Ocala, Florida.


-,I


J. R. MARTIN & CO.


GENERAL


LIVERYMEN


Ftne Can-iam Bu, and Traps
DrmmCayals Hons e.


FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES

Hons and Mks for Sale. Hoans
Boarded by theMomth at Special Rate.

J. R. MARTIN & CO.



0 Commercial Bank >

C BRANCH 0p 0
0 COMMERCIAL BANK. JACKSONVILLE


? CAPITAL


DOES
Terkeween Bug Destroyer, for spring i RCE
house cleaning: clean, non-corrosive
..r.d de-ath to :iil bugs and in4octs. Now I
ir the time -t usie It: 25 ccits. Ty-
'rngs & Co., phone No. 30.

C'.:.t. John L. Inglis. president of the S IR
IDunn' llon Phosphate C'ompany and
Port Inglis Terminal company., was Leadng H
in the city today .

F.UNII-A good black coat. Owner.;
by proving property, can secure the EV E R
same from Dr. Walter Hood. Ocala.

Miss Fannie <'lark. uith her nephew.
Mlose Liddell. went to Sparr yesterday
to visit Miss I'lark's sister. Airs. Sou- $2 PER DA
ter. They will return home tomorrow. A

TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY GOODALL,


-w- 5o.OOO.OO f


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOTS 0
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DEPOSITS
VED. LOANS MADE. EXCHAN E 1OUHT7
AND SOLD




SIDE INN AND COTTAGES
W a 0d Pm Rae aRegoet n the East Coa df



IYTHING MODERN
Homelike and Comfortable.
Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
urf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
kY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
address HORACE F. SIEWART,
S FLORIDA.


Wonderful things are done for the - -- -- --
human body by surgery. Organs are
taken out and scraped and polished and I STAURANT<
put back. or they may be removed en-
tirely; bones are spliced: pipes take
the place of diseased sections of veins: -
antisepitic dressings are applied to
wounds, bumns. bruises and like injur- -x-


ies before inflammation sets in. which
causess them to heal without maturation:
anld in onie-third the time required by
the old treatment. Chamberlain's Pain
Balm acts on this same principle. It
is an antiseptic ansi when applied to
such injuries causes them to heal very
,lui kly. It als.o allays the pain and
sor 'ness. K-jep a bottle of Pain Balm
in vour home and it will save you time
an! mone-y. not tpo mention the incon-
v-ni-iin.e and suffering which such in-
jii i.-s entail For sale by all druggists.

Ir. Io. M. Smith iii .11-n R;aysr,
mal,- fouir littlf- *hil+;-n happy y*-s-
tli-,r.i- by furnishing the-in %with ti -k-
--is ii the iicniv.. Tie Miss J.-ssi-
.3li.uths tn' ;s ,iliti .1 h, th ,l !- ;iit- twie k
.in, i h. did it \\ ith h-r usui.l c'i.stm-
milte taclt. Sut h thought ful kin-!i-nss
.-sts is :i te-n,-li,-tioin e thn 1 n.rs.


\\.,:- 11 ki "-. he- .f the gloi] h11lt1.
,'. *h :h h i'v t,,l.y, >.,ki .,ftl -
1 I h n I I T.; : -'I -;.. n i" : r


,,t ",.).- -.-.*,!- ," m),y r .u,- h-- i, ..

REVOLUTION IMMINENT
.A a ,:-n sof ar-ire,. h!ng r vot ar:,l
:,i- ~.-.uhl!e in y ;r systrm is n-r-
'ii0 r.e .''-;- l]es.ne-ss or st'.r .,'h up-
1 I :.- .it --rs xw ,u -k!y ,ii<-
:r-n.t'-r th! trubtl-serr.e ,-au-ses. It
r .r .- .:s. to r. e the sTwir.ma-h. rgu-
'- th-- k:!n -vs and h,w-.v -:. st'.rml!at,
:. *:.ir:fy th- hine,,i. Run-
,,'-. .;T .e t'e '-.-fit :-art;i S."'1 t ra: att'-r. t:nr a.'h<. vanish
, .... :i'r. th.,-roteh andr. s arhlng e!-
f-, tt.,r.is. F.Ie-.'tri. PB tter. is on:y
*",hn .. r... th t : r r if it .,lon't
g'-.- '..- : sit sf te.,":f.n ,3::ararnteel
by t1.- Ar!.-1,,-.y Drugstove.

HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS

One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip


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As


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESi

Delicious Hot Soup Daily

Dining Room opo unim in it. Personal
attention given to special orders, anything
the market offers prepaed for the table
short notie. 0 0

Dumnb Waiter Camrctu WWith Bar

Skilfll :Cooks, Attractive Waiters and Choice Visad
Special price to Regular Boarders


THE CARMICHAEL & SON GO

At McGrath'g Stand


Special Sale

of Sewing Machines
We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-eem.
out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can e seem
and tried, if desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12,
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and Wi;
son" Sewing Machines-with or without but*on-hole attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records foree L


SPECIAL ATTE ..'ION TO MAIL ORDERS


Furniture and House Furishing Goods at

"SMITH'S"


Ocala Furniture Co.


S" HITSE'S CREAM
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SOMETHING NEW IN OCALA

A water ba-k that heats. If you are
having trouble with the water back in
your kitchen stove. let us fix it. and
make hot water a reality. and net a
Iream.
Florida Plumbing and Electric Co.

MARTIN

Plenty of Melons of Good Quality and
Size Being Shipped Daily


Several 'ars of melons ale being .as t the practicability of the plans.
loaded at Martin. Fla., daily. St*ome of and that the active work of construe-
the finest stock in the state is to be tion is to commence at once.
found in that section. J. M. Meffert. The successful inauguration of the
'ol. J. M. Martin. 'J. H. Knobloetk and enterprises will mark a most important
N. T. Bro: n are among the largest and t-ra in Florida industrial development.
most su.-cessful growers. Mr. Meffort's WVhother Ocala does or not. Dunnel-
melons have he-tn w'on.lers as to size. loL will make e very effort to secure the
His 45-prunidets have teen albunlanit n lneofits of this electric power. and the
and are- seilingi in I;olst.tn and New H"lrick *City may wake upS some day alni
Yor'ik matrk-ts lik-e hot ak4-. find ;t 'contestant for manufacturing
The -.ostl*rliilg Company still sends honors right in her own county.-Ct'r-
off frini it teo n ta i cas %-ek an'd ; *esponien.1 Tamina Times.
will right on fllrou h the s--; listti.
The ni.-l..ni buyers who hav,- 4one- toi THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
that s. tit say the ielosi there Iare HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS


*xtra. tir*. rTh..s. tluye-rs \, h'i hi.tv nitl
l-.0"*i iln h*! .l; n1H s.s .-tiolln \% ill *1, wll
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toi'lois 1" tll-y tni.ot "-iv H" th. p'ri.'-s
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Sour

Stomach

No appetite. less of strength.
nervousr:ss. headache. const:patio3,
bad brsa:,. general debility, sour r.s-
ir.gs. a:.d cattanr of the s'orach are
all due ta ingd:gstw n. Kodol cures
in:igestion. Th.s new discovery repre-
se;ts the nature. juices of digestion
.as they exist in healthy stomach.
combined wvh the greatest known tot:.i
and re3-:srucutve properties. Kadol
Dyspepsia Curre does not onry cure in-
digestion ar.d d-s -_sia, but this famous
remedy cures a I stom.-rah traL3bies by
cleansing,. pur.:yi::g. sweeten.::g and
strengt.ezi.ing ths mucous membrane.
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Kodol

DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
GOive Health to the Sick a
Strcgth to the Week.
Ot onlr $t.00 Size hlodir the tri alai. which se.ua lf Sic.
Pepa"eb b:. I. C. Dewitt & Co., Chiag.

Sold by WM. ANDERSON. Ocala.


The Great Eastern

and Western Line

Across the Entire States of


TE X n nd LOUISIAA
N'tI TRo't 1.H I 1 l \1 RR q' E'T #' -,


.Drect Line to

NORTH TEXAS
N*W M XICO,
ARIZONA
and
CALIFORNIA


WRITE FR N % ,t K.. f} -fi \ A. FREK
E. P. TURNER

GmeDal Passnger Agent

Dallas Texas.


W. L. Yancey. Paducah. Ky., writes:
"I hiod a sevet- case of kidney disease
.n.l th-e*-,- of the b.st physicians in
K"(tucky t:re it.I me without success..
I th-'n took IF'ol,.y's Kidney Cure. The
fit st hottl.' geiv ie imrnediato rei.,t-'.
ati lhr-,e hottll-'s -,ured tne erman-nl -
;y. I t l. ily :.r,,ntnm .'nd thlis \.!.:.i,'-
:il rr.-,ly." So,,I I y the PIost:tffTic-


CHANDLER


Small Crop of Melons and Peaches but
Oranges and Corn will be All Right


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Bl~un-lrs :iro s-lwetinu'oye:%--,,v -'.
si-'.(b .sil:itvitte ilse~f is the.
if! a0 rf nistak'. blit you'll neve--r ho-
vtrong if you tiske Dr. Kinags No'- l .;f"'
Vilis for I'ys;"';si.i. T'izzin"-sq. Iol
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p try.xc:su'sS. W. T*.g- ti.
It is ot .J.,: -! h* h i~'r i t

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'-ht-.'h'. ...I~o.;" to t he
1..I: oif cn;.:t It-. t h~s _.i'*1;!- .on, or
bof-re 'Monliy. 1'3he 4th Jay o'f Ju~y, A.
I). 1'114 o4
It 4o further' ordered that a -o-y -f
thief er-let' be publishedl in the -C-ca~a
Star for eicht ,onset-alzve uekp.
This. the -th lay -if Aprfl. A. P. I14.
S. T. S~s~runk.
(7,-'! k 4 i-- ;it OIa-IIIrt.
Byv H 4'. S-.strunk. P C.

s.:-f'.i:-Con'.; ..' ts


WITHLACOOCHEE WILL WORK

Power of tie Picturesque River Wi!l
be Put in harness for the
Use of Man


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,'fs. tO' u .' i ,'f th' ; !-. t t l i. l in h,
i: v-r. n-ir this jl mnt They. % ill not
ily .'upply. ;'. r for th-ir ,%. i plants.
;in-I mills. but for other corlprw tionm.
.n*' m l fta. t< during +-sta hlish m.nts.
.-Is ctri. lighting for adja'-ent towns arid
,iti-s.
it is mai.l that the citizens of 'Ocali
Ar.. greatly intter-ted in the matter.
.a i that that rapidly growing manu-
fa turning vi'y will endeavor to secure
th. advantages of this bold enterprise.
I .f y q'uietly have the plans been laid
out. and while full details are not yet
made public. enough is known to state
I oitively that the reports of the most
vominjtent engineers have been made


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


CHEAP

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

"THE SCENIC LINE
OF THE WORLD."

Make your arrangements now.

I. E. REHLANDER
Traveling Passenger Agent

MISSOURI PACIFIC

RAILWAY
CHATTANOOGA, TENN.


Georgia Southern

& Florida Ry

"Suwanee Rivet Route."

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cau* %V w<>:] .". -e t'Vere -**
to n nva a -; -!; n 'i of
escap.- ,om p_.: :-.- ." at the prict of
!ife :t.' : ;vo.h :-- sadl t, rc.ordn
such a si ruggle an.' ,tfferingex-
cept sor th ..
that in such dire
distress mauy a
woianl has
found a wav
back to heath
and happiness
by the use of ir.

The one and
only remedy for
leucorrhea,
female weak-
ness, prolapsus,

womb, so abso-
lutely specific and sure in curing these
common ailments of women, as to war-
rant its makers in offering to pay, as
they hereby do, the sum of $5oo reward
for a case of the above maladies which
they cannot cure.
-Your medicine almost rated e fro the
deed." writes Mr Edwin H. Gardner. *f Egypt.
Plymouth Co. Mas.. Sozx 4. "My unne was
like brick ds. tand I had ain all over me. and
mach dragnfg feeling it ee d I cold anot
do my hose work. O0l day I fomd a little
book. I read it and wrote to Dr Plane, and ai
a few dae received an amwr. I decided to try
his medicine. and to-dav am a well womaa.
have no backache. no headache. no pain at all.
I used always have headaches previously to
the monthly Ip 1 and such pain that I would
roll on the no.. . a aouy. I took three bottles
of Dr Pierce' Favonte Prescription and three
of 'Golden Medical Dscoverr' and three vial
of Dr Pierce's Pleamnt Pelltsi, *.a ld wa -
pletely cured.
Accept no substitute for "Favorite Pre-
scription." There is nothing just as good.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser-sent free on receipt of stamps
to cover expense of mailing o ly. Send
21 one-cent stamp. for the book in paper
rovers ; or 31 stamps for the cloth bound
volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pimerce, -
"alo. N. Y.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-,
ter 4SSS, Laws of Florida.

Notice is hereby given that C. W.
Quic-k, purchaser of tax certifi:.-ato No.
2.#rT. dated the 7th day of August. A.D.
I99., has tiledl said certificate in my of-
fice. and has mladie application for tax
.lee to issue in accordance with law.
Saidl certiticate emnbraces the following
sc'rilbed propertty, sitUat,-'1 in Mar-ion
c.ounty. l-'oid:ia, to xwit: That part of
I.ot ':8. north of Flori'-la Southern RIv.,
,an.il..r, Sr-c.. 2,;. Tp. l1;. R. 23. The sald
lin,, l>- in e ;iLssi.t,,l at tl-.. o];t of the
' is': 'i, of such 'r-'rtiti at. in the
I: in1 of A. I. Moior'. I'i*, s saJi. '.-r-
I . ;hIir ll ,* r ....II i :i ,.'o lii!nC 1o
l.iw. t.,x '** '.\ ill is !-, t*., -on on tho

I.;,T th yyof J n. .1\ I'* ". A. D.

S*,, S. r..Si-S ;:ik.
t';-,:k Circuit Coirt. Marion Co.. Fli


meet you anywhere. kisses in abun-
dance. In fine. wherever you move.
there Is nothing but kis.e'*."

No Time For Fools.
When George Westinghouse. as a
young inventor, was trying to Interest
capitalists in his automatic brake, the
device which now plays so important a
part In the operation of railroad trains.
he wrote a letter to Commodore Cor-
nelius Vanderbilt. president of the New
York Central Railroad company, care-
fully explaining the details of the in-
vention. Very promptly his letter came
back to him. Endorsed in big, scrawling
letters, in the hand of Commodore
Vanderbilt, "I have no time to waste
on fools."
Afterward. when the Pennsylvania
railroad had taken up the automatic
brake and It was proving successful.
Commodore Vanderbilt sent young Mr.
Westinghouse a request to call on him.
The Inventor returned the letter, in.
dorsed on the bottom as follows: "I
have no time to waste on fools."-Suc-
cess.
Whimsleal Crimimals.
In the New Zealand Medtial Journal
appears this story: On walking to the
scaffold ii solemn procession a erinmi-
nal once called toI the governor of the
prison. "Just oldi-e me. m uv'nor. by
telling ime the day o' the week." ".Mon-
day." answered the -.urprised governor.
"Monday" iansweredl the priso'ier in
dIisusittoid tones,. "V ell. this ',rev's a ti::i
waiy of leginninh; a week. ain't it'."
And lit mairclhed on with dissatisf:.c-
tion iiipriiited on every line of his
fate..
(in another Oecasion an otli,'iois
hall-liall whisper'-','l I h place 1: '111
whi;e capl oni his vic'ti:n's head. "'If
there's ainiytlhiii; you ,l lie to a-k ni i
I'll |Ie p ,'.. sd to ai-t wei ." Thie victim
crl':iI his ieck foriw.itrl and sI ;d in
an eii lolly low blit very inuich minoro
anxious voic-. "You Miilit tell Lie, i.-
is this sctillld s:afe?"

Thie" h-'lilsItiil I'.l i Zannle.
Zanti'. the earth'iilu;ke sh:ikeni. the
"ineih r -'sa :,'3yiilli ." of Vhiil. l;:i
been '.it all i 's f:1',Oi.os :1a s one of
the lovli o rt i*f isilnsis. It ,diviodes
with C'orfil tLe di-tinctii.oi o f lit ein the
ri('l'e,.t and nimost lies:ittifuil iof the
lii;an roipa. andl while the iev#erureen
furst on it'S eisterl' shire is tlie ald-
miration of every traveler the fertility
of its vine .rowi ii; plains hias ailde
the little i-l:!ti f:iamous l aiTiti the
mn:arketts (of thli world. The vine is
th:it dwarf variety which rrows- the
cllri!!'t on f .eoai !,'"e.. TIhi !'owin'.. of
tliis vie is lI i. i' chief li lustry of 'the
iMsan1. Ibut thire ;. J-e ;,lo olives in
real nuil er- I.onlidon Tinies.


PintI' el.-he-nise.
It was Mr. Streetlo:. :i la ,dn jewel-
er. wlio was ii-t:'iirn t;:il in exp to-.in
the notorious 1i'iita, who c:laimted to*
have liscovred lit plitilosophler's stone.
is li'thiod com.s tl', in liavin'i a1 l;u
of ;o,)I d ist I'n-,a,-; l l ulp hiis sI. leevore.
from whi'h. lvy an inxinioui's contriv-
ance. lie was :slie to squ eesze the poow-
deretl ilftal iiunnoticed into the crucible.
fly tli;s liie.ais lie w s.: able to melt a
sovehiwin anihl produced' three or four
times Its weight in metal.

Munmmenmra( of the Spoon.
U'se the spoti on ioly top stit' tea or cof.
fee; never use it to sip ior drink with.
As soon as the liquid is stirred place
te spoon in thle saucer and leave it
there durints the' remainder of the meal.
If a second cup is desired, pass the
cup with the spoon in the saucer, not
in the cup. Do not drink from the cup
with the spoon in it.

1%V Palm Room.
"Why do the. call it the palm room?"
asked the Lridle as they entered the
hotel dining room. "The palms are
very few and only varnished ones."
"The waiter-, the waiters, my dear.
They all have palms, and they must be
silv-ered by the guests."--Cleveland
Leader.

Yourself.
The reals oTl,.irtunity for el f im-
prnoveni.nt is zit in the city or in the
country ,or anywhere outside of you;
It Is in your-fif. The initial impulse.
or motive T,o ,lo or to be. must come
from within or nowhere.-Success.

The Bargali Lady.
('lerk-WL:,t kin', *f a traveling bag
can I show you. madam- Mrs. Ran-
ahout-Well. I w.Int to get a real
leather fifteen d"-ilar bag for ab"']t
$1 or sc.-t'.n, like that.-Cinein-
nati t'ommerclal Tribune.

Tie Amlount Requtatte.
'holly- How nu.-h: money would a
man have to, have to- marry you? She-
I it your'eif yii have in mind? He-
Te-es. I suppose so. She-All there !is
-Smart Set.

No wh'p .:'::'s -,a s.:-*;.y a the la' |
v cons-.-:ence -Proverb.


Elegant Millinery


Whe:i Kiiaer W'rre reFr 'flent.
It !. :' t ".: .. .. .> l


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;". ; . ... ; .\ : ". "i.. -. :.
. nl ,i..': f i." ;,7.,pr .t.ce of
kis!-.ing.
Tihv pra<-t;e I:, l.p t-o Ip s:aurt;!tion

lL-h >,-'hil l~fe in 'ful, r ": .e-. 1:.- u.,-
vers-:al in; i<,y,.;nt w-.%, one of the
thinmi.s tii t-'ei l, y I '-:'l::.,;- ldur'in hLis
sroj,'u;rn in E:nll:.nd ai-1 is thuss onm-
lenttNd on in .:,' "f li- "'E:~:-t>l;|e:"
"'lire are giris with ;i:,-1's" faces. so
kind and olliin:: th:;it .yoiu wutill pre-
fer th'm too all yonur iniwi'. Reside-4.
thern' is a cumtn.:i hore never to lie suf-
fi'iently commelni.le come you are r,.eilvd with a kiks by
all: when you take your leave. you are
dismissed with kisses: you return.
kise s are repented. They come to
visit you. kisises again: they leave you,.
you kiss then nil round. Should they


10J:IaPKINP


Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of Milnery in C

Her styles lead the world ,of fashion. ana always will be found
there the m'-,st exquisite production oi modern art and styles

THE LATEST PARIS CREAlOtNS

An r--c. h e and Bea.t.fl Line of Drm Hats Aways


A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER


RIE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILYBl


JEWELRY


AND

OPTICAL GOODS


REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

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OCALA


FLORIDA


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HAVANA AND KEY WEST

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Atlantic Coast Line Railway C9mpatay
Atlantic" Coast Lmile RaiwayCopy


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 Rochelle. Palatka, Jacksonvrlleb a
all points east. Also for Macon. At-
lanta. Nashville. Chicago, via Dixle
Flyer route.
For Leesburg. Croom. Trilby. Brooks-
ville. Tarpon Springs. Clearwater.
Bolleair, St. Petersburg. Lakeland.
Tampa. and intermediate points.
For Juliette, Gulf Junction, Homos-
sa and intermediate points.
ror Juliette. High Spring.. Lve Oa.
Dupor.t. Waycross and all points east
and aest.
For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Hom-es
and intermediate point.


Trains No. 39 and 7T carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
P. & 0. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and BSavaS M
Sun lays. Tuesday and Thursdays at 11:3*, p. m.
For full. complete and reliable Information regarding rates, through car
arrar.get'-ents. sleeper reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Lin
arer.'. or address.
T. C. WHITE. Division Passenger Agent.
H -M. .'1ERSON. Traffic" Manager. W. J. CRAIG, General Pas. Agent
Wllmingion. NorTh Carollna.


J:I1Sq. Ie. T.


Florida East Coast Ry.


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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JUNE 18. IWAI


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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE !L -904


PASSPw38


~~1
I


"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"


AU-


When you go


into a store and ask for a certain article and


the clerk hands you something he says "Is just as good," do you take it?


certainly not!


And you go to the store where you can find what you want.


That store is pretty apt to be OURS, and in


you


will find


the best of everything.


We do not carry a cheap line of goods,


because


cannot afford to.


We are not seeking a cheap trade.


It may be true that you pay a little more for what


our store, but what you pay is far over-balanced by the quality you


you buy


get,


the best is ALWAYS the cheapest.


Don't buy cheap clothing; you will regret


it every day


the suit


"EFF-EFF"


BRAND


OF


CLOTHING


Others may tell you that their clothes are "just as good" and


cost less.


Do you suppose we could do so large


a clothing business


if such


were the case?


Examine the cut, finish and fit of ours and that will tell you


the story.


so Good


as


the


Ef-Ef


CLUETT,


MONARCH


and WACHUSETT


shirts


leaders in fashion, and you will find them to be all we claim for them, just right


"4'rrow" brand


of


Collars in all styles and height.


COOL


UNDERWEAR


FOR HOT DAYS


Half-hose in all the latest patterns, and we are selling a genuine 5oc hose at 35c


BELTS


AND SUSPENDERS


STRAW HA


TS


FELT


HATS


CAPS


Everything that is necessary to dress man from bead to foot in the latest style


can be had from


~L I U-


MASTERS,


OCALA,


FLORIDA.


p .


Most


we


put


on.


in


and


THE


you


There


is


None


are


"Arrow" brand Cuffs.


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PAGE SIX OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1g04


AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Episcopal
The- r-(ctor will r-turn to O,'ala bout
bThursday nf-xt. Th.-r.- ,%.11 to- no .-r-
vi-- .it 47 a E :i< ;.t.l hu.- h -n
SuM.day.

Methodist
3" .. m.-S9un,.y **- h,-,i.
]1 ,*. : .--l'u n,; -rvi.-s. .is u-'-;,.


:' rr* ;r r.,3 *'* ,thn L. th n,. S,..t.


Baptist


11 ;1. 1. n. IP- : .! h: I.y. S lj-



aiIn.



Presbyterian



Ai,ih.-m. -Th'- 1Leer is My Licht'--
L", '-: *Th.
Ro-surrecti~ii -f 4Christ.-
A';the-,. '41 D ay 4of Ist~--'rloe.
A 4-"or 'hal xm.-lctoin'- t.,all -sci vioes

Christian


W. Rufus Rowlandl. Minister.
-. 4.', a. m.-Sunday school. H.
Crov-s. suIrintlendent.


II a. m.-Preaching. Subject: old's s
Agents in the World.'"
3.34 p. m.-Junior Christian Endeav-
or meeting.
7:4 i p. m.-Preoaching. Subject.
"Two MMen in the Temple."
Miss Whitfield will sing at both
morning and evening services.
The entire membership is requested
to attend the morning service, as some-
thing of importance will come up after
the service. All Christians without a
church home are invited to worship
with us. also those of you who are not


The-re- is a halt in*rf issuing .-rtfi. a:ti.-
!o th- s hotil t-a, ha'us who st,-*.l th;ir
-x.amination i.ast w-**-k. Wrl <,m-
from Suwpeintend!ent Sh,-ats that ,p;-s
'f :u.-stions for -xaminm.ti'in hal l,,-,-n
s.-nt t O ..i l.a frim Ja. ks,,. ill'-. .iil ti
"'t.,.l upl" unt:. th*- n,.ttt-r c-ou:l t,
th,,..'u;hly i v-stig'r:t-.-!. R.-.ult ',f
th- lr-t -X.n itr,,t; ';. t, ". hi. h this.
n, .:- r-.,ily : .li.-s. : I f,:ty--ight
f:-.. 1in' thirT ,,nly **f \ t, n l. --
t- '' S. ;.- inty r..l..I ,' Il. f'- l -
-'.- ' i .'; th,- i x.:' in;.ti,,n l. s. :f


*,, .!..-* *A .,. k ;,:, ,,f ,,f k .:. y- f -t s, t- .

S .1-,. Th.. J, f h- ,., h



.: ,';.-,.. s. r it I S : '.


l '. rk h -s ,..--. l-r h- .:
t ,ut. .n I in.k," th- ';,!: y Iush. su "rp.

FIGHT WILL BE BITTER
Those who %vill i.-:sist In < losing
th-ir ears against the co'ntinu.tl teom-
m'-nd'atlons of Dr. Kiig's New lDisco'v-
,ry for consumption will have a long
andl hitter fight -with their troubles. if
not ended earlier by fatal termination.
Read what T. R. Beall of Beall. Miss.,
has to say: "Last fall my wife had ev-
, -ry symptom of consumption. She took
Dr. King's New Discovery after every-
thing else had failed. Improvement
came at once and four bottles entirely


cured her." Guaranteed by the Anti-
'. Monopoly Drugstore. Price 50c. and $1.
Trial bottles free.


Mrs. Charles Fr.-nch of Spring Park
had the misfortune to fall down stairs
a %we-k ago, and is still confined to her
room with a sprained ankle.

A. WV. Vinson. a pirosperous peach
grower of Lady Lake. was in the city
today.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM
Deep, tearing or wrenching pains, oc-
casioned by getting wet through: worse
when at rest. or on first moving the


religious at all. You are invited to limbs, or in cold or damp weather. is
<-o'r and learn of Christ. for you have quickly cured by Ballard's Snow Lini-
a soul to save. Christ died for sinners. ment. Oscar Oleson. Gibson City. Ill..
------ ---- -i writes. February 16. 1902: "A year ago
NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL I was troubled with a pain In my back.
ASSOCIATION It soon got so bad I could not bend
over. One bottle of Ballard's Snow
The national educational association Liniment cured me." and .
illi meet in St. Louis June 27. and con-. c d. 2 .
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
tinue until July 1. The fare from Ocala
for season ticket is $45.55. 60 day tick-
An official of the Suez canal reports
et. $35. and a 15 day ticket. $30.55. Pull-laria has almost disappeared
man fare. double berth. 5.50.
ifare.doubebe.stat.5manage from the territory adjacent to that fa-
Mr. J. W. McClung. state manager.
mous waterway, and he credits the re-
ha issued a Aircular, icn which he says suit to the energetic efforts that have
rom been made in the past two years to-
Fliwida points, via Jacksonville. Tifton
and Atlanta. offers the most attractive wards destroying the mosquitoes. This
ad Atlanta. offers the ot attrtiveought to prove encouraging to the
route and designated it for the delega- nu', uito fighters this untry. and
tIon. Those who go may select the hold out the hope that the Panama ca-
Inslde Inn. American plan. $2.50 (two nal zone may be made healthy by
In a room. Christian Endeavor Hotel. nllearing mt of noxious inse ts.
European plan. 31 each (two in a room r


ot various other hotels.
For further information address J.
W. MeC'lung. state manager, Tampa.
Florida.

.1. R. .Maatin and ',o. will receive, a
S iiat lid of *excepltiontlly tin*- Tennes-
m.-. .1nd Kentucky hr,-es .and mules
tqti' l?',\. Ihoin't fail t1o set- them.

SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
It .'ourting death more suddenly but
nt more surely than neglecting kid-
iney disorders. Fole-y's Kidney Cure will
tu:e a slight disorder in a few days.
ani its continued use uxill cure the most
obstinate cases. It has cured many
p.-'ple of Bright's disease and diabetes
wlh,, were thought to lie incurable. If
.,'u have kidney or bladder trouble.
connninoe taking Foley's Kidney Cure
t.'day. before itis too late. Sold by
the 'osttiffi'e Drugstore.

l'h< r :": tI "h C ;t:.>n hi?, h
t1 ": i t;;, th ,,::%-%%.- ., ;,,1'. y \ !I, l
.... !.h:n s '... it 'tst \-- -k. Th -
' *. s. I s '1 ,h. h'!rh- ishl.tiln t. ',4.


|,.' ir.!i :hik- '.h i; w." n ;.; h t\''- .
1. :c, .', h : . "**., 1.. .


FEEL IMPENDING DOOM


the ftee it '! ic of !nloomtin inthe
nd -m' tn *ry''1isof I-: nghi's .;s-
.- .- nl it 'r7'ham' twt-n thance-l to
it- .nkft:'-e ss !,- hhe I-e-i!t. lerivecI
1'.' :u~ ~ 'sKidney Cure. It
~-t. ;:wet l't'ipzhts*l-'-ms r 1~
7 x !I n ithe %% or~tt *is-e-
a%! !t.4tI Cief. 5 i~ht *lnsw t-
.1. '~*I'- I:na f-eve ip. A 'Ihaid

I.-.'of' 1 'tn-.'ath. InAl. "Atnie I


.-ll Tr, in.- .K by the-!




XV. v


CURES OLD SORES
S"Westn oreland, Kan.. May 5. 1902;
'Rallard Snow Liniment Co.: Your Snow
Liniment cured an old sore on the side
of my chin that was supposed to be a
cancer. The sore was stubborn and
would not yield to treatment, until I
tried Snow Liniment. which did the
%work in short order. My sister. Mrs.
Sophi: J. Carson. Allensville. Miffin
county. Pa.. has a sore and mistrusts
that it is a c-an-cer. Please send her a
5.0,. bottle." Sold by the Anti-Monop-
oly Drugstore.

RF.-. Rufus Rto-l.and. Minist,-r of the
C'h isti.tan church. revived yesterday
f:-inehsl frminer .>'igr:'..r.tti h:n. l'Park hnrih. h'hattmui.ga. T,,nn .
.* h-.iutiful token of i vi .nid *st..-.In
in the- w .y of a. lfe.Iutiful Amn-ri<'an Re-
\ is-e! i'le. w th ill thA latest h.-lps Ito
the 4tuly o*f th,- o tn*iptui-s. It is nn'-
, ,, hcu'n',n. ..inl har this i i's. t:in:
llhl.aii.l l'.Prk e'hrlsti.m <'huir' h. to
\Vt'. H i;'us R.,\il. ,i l. 1 ,4.-"


ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS
1'..eyv's Hroney .:-d Tar has ,e;:-a
" ':.: y -. as.s ',f A.sth'l:a that -:e .*,'-
-*ii-'e', hopele-s. l Mrs. A o.iph tlu .sin: .
,*1 \W ,st Th:rdl ST.. I. ;tVehipt rt. I.,\\>.
,: :-s '*A severe ctold c-ntrat.-'e
tu-;v years ago was negle- te.j u:nt;!
' rFn.i'ly g- intoi-' asthma. The- b mi-,.al.! sk::i avaO.ilabe could nt g:\1
nr,. n'ore t:hin tmp;.orary r,:ie.-. Fo-.
-y'" H r.ney an.! Tar \\ as re 'in. e'r.-- -.!
.4nd one '. bottle er.t:ir y hirede d i t.e
of .isthr-a. %.h;, h ha.; t1 -n -r. gr.i'ne 'on
'e' f,".r t -;\e>."% .e ,- : *. : I h!i! t.Ik-'
IT at the st;-r '-..:-s of u.;'*,: :':g.'" S. '. t.v ie P,:t-
'. f':*' I r g.btore.

TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS
T. ke'' at '\\ ,-its .-,\\ an e-'. ".
!'...: :..::... ....' a; ;:y t- Mr S. t. Hay.
S F P. A. M. & t0. R. R.. Mo::tgcn--
e'y. A.a.


I'
,-. ,:.


B ': S .


OUR B. Y. P. U's.


l' -. S. A. St..n i-y. MI..S N-!.i*- S'. -
v-ne. Miss lVo t. M11- ;v.ig- ..n i ""r
I. t. \V :: .-. ** ,.al f. rm i p ,! .. ,t
.1rt1 fr, :, th- f:: k 'iy .it Th- A -
S..:: .- -T *i; Trith :,.

HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR

The Best Blood Purifier Known-In-
valuable as a Wash
Sul: ; hii. ; :..ttj: -'.r f"'..'..-. e--:n:r.;-



I* ,:.u I ..... n ki:. .i k'-

Pk n .





l.: .h. t In i .ffp. r i I.


Ask 'ypur .- iggist for'i it. kor i~.
t. ) o. k)]-t to.: i!: i ,;k ;Iu- .i Sulphur



,n I. ik-- W.- ir to' enj.-'yn t *'. 'sty. ip t .s
%%*,,.-ir4' s k iih ir Villa %% ith h his
fri.-nd. .r. Anth- r Finzl. o i'-f S ith
Ask y,,ur ,"r 'i St f"'I it. ,r \iit-











wM.ith hilittle soAni. Alfre'. nho will ro-r
inmtiri with his eranlfather.


FOR SELLING BOOZE
ON RAILWAY TRAIN

n;.ine-vil;-. Ju'.- 17.-I.-;',uty U'nitd
-tat- .1M.i.!h.,! H. .. *'h.mir.n s ,f
* '*..:. %.%s in Th- iy Th'.i:- .' y. h.,v!'rg
,,,.:* t,, t.-.k in', ust..-y ,,i.- Rb-!rt
En .-:.'I>t.;> nt :,' 7 -<* 9 .,y 11 *.r-h.al
'. k--' n. u; "- -.:.1' A:: : Lr.-


-.t :: i th . - :: '. i t .
.T h- ,*,, .u:--\ i t u i. u:. '. ':.
< Th- s


Sh- h T -

: .: ,,:- i,,n- in.- .y E -! .. his .: in-


k- *' ursi ti*-ket. ir!i ,h ,n s. ae -aily
l.y 5--r.eturn limit Ie.*.'-her h-

$.. f-Rt in iu:n limit e.i him.

WORLDS FAIR RATES

Via L. and N. R. R.
Excursion ti ke*-ts nv.1w oin s;.t:e aily
from fal;a to St. Louii and return.
$H..".-Return limit loet-f-mber 15.
3".M.:-Retui n limit Igo days.
$3,..*-o-Return limit 1.7, days.
Special coach ex. ursions. $:.3. Re-
turn limit 1I days from date of sale.
Tickets sold Tuesdays and Thursdays
in June.
S'orresponding 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.. 2-,6 'W. Bay St.. Jack-
Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific .
sonville. Fla.. or 4-. L. Stone. G. P. A.,
Railroads Louisville.
First class round trip tickets to San
Francisco and Los Angeles. account the OXFORD'S ANNUAL PICNIC
Knight Templars conclave, September
5-9. 1904. and Sovereign Grand Lodge And harbcue will be given August 4.
1. 0. (. F.. September 15-253, 1904. which will be on Thursday. Everybody
Tickets on sale from all southeastern is invited. All know of the oxford pie-
points August 15 to 27. in elusive, and nic and barbecue. Keep the date in
August 25 to September 9. inclusive. mind.
The two shortest and best lines from
New Orleans, Kansas City or Omaha EXCURSION TO SOUTH GEORGIA
through to the Pacific coast. AND WEST FLORIDA POINTS
Ask for particulars. J. F. Van Rens-
salaer. General Agent, 13 Peachtree St.. June 27-28 Via the Atlantic Coast Line
Atlanta. Ga.: G. W. Ely. T. P. A.: R. The Atlantic Coast Line will sell;
0. Bean. T. P. A. tickets from all points in Florida on its
.-.-.- line to Valdosta. Thomasville. Boston.
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore sup- Bainbridge. Albany. Tifton. Ga.. Mon-
plied the picnickers with palmetto fans ticello and C-hattahoochee. Fla.. and
,uhich were greatly appreciated, return at very low rates. Tickets will
-- ibe sold for all regular trains of June
Mrs. M. M. Little and Miss Irman 27 and morning trains of June 28, lim-
,;oodyear returned t -day from attend- ited to return until Tuesday. July 5.
nm; the Epworth League convention at An excellent opportunity to visit the
Kissimmee. above points at small cost. For fur-
ther information see ticket agents. or
FOR A HUNDRED YEARS write to T. C. White, D. P. A.. Tampa.
Fla.
For a hundred years or more Witch
Hazel has been recognized as a super- PEDRO


ior remedy. but it remained for E. C. 1
DeWitt and Co., of Chicago, to discov. Owing to the dry weather, the wa-
er how to combine the virtues of Witch terme;on crop is considerably shorten-
Hazel with other antiseptics in the -,I. though there have been several car-
form of a salve. DeWitt's Witch Ha- loads shipped from here.
zel Salve is the best salve in the world ; ne of ,;riner Fairm's charming
for sores, cuts. burns, bruises and piles. young l.adi-s. Miss ,'harlotte- Litner.
The high standing of this salve has has been visiting Miss Susi.- Pro. Nor


given rise to counterfeits, and the pub-
lic is advised to look for the name
"DeWitt's" on the package, and accept
no other. Sold by Wm. Ander.- n.

The* Rooisevelt na. tional convention
m-'e'ts in 'hic;agti next Tuesday.

AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
If you want to get up early and feel
good all day take a Little Early Riser
or two at bed time. These famous lit-
tle pills relax the nerves. give quiet
rest an-1 refreshing sleep, with a gen-
tle movement of the bowels about
breakfast time. WV. H. Howell. Hous-
ton. Tex.. says "Early Risers are the
h-st pills m.ale fo.r ,'cnstiration. si k
h.;'tahe-, etc." Sold by Wm. Anler-
soT'.

Th-- ;-! m .in i.,,ly \h '.,,: her :.'-
i:, .t sl1n ;*'it !.--tr N -'"\ t ' T \ "hi1r <-


ROUND TRIP RATES
TO WASHINGTON
':- At\ .::t.' '. t .- I.::-.-, th- *,;u:' K.s-
.iit- l '' ht\... .-' .i 1 --l!n m. tin,
;t.'l J. ks-,n.v;i- "., \ .l.ashi:,':,,:.. **ff-:is
"*\ i: i;.,n : it-. J.t,'ki.-,: :..- W .sh-
: i n'i u $.7. T:. kts n .o' on
.:-. F':., .. ; i \1V-st I! L:.: I..n'-

, .:'A-. n 'he E.. T a" i .,utih. .< .s
.1 1,.. ,. ; n . i ,: : :\ \ '.i.hine-

4'. A:;.ti : I :nr.'- Ex; -ss. ites
.T t, k,*.r-.\:!'.' *,'5 {. :"-. ,t:-::\,s \V.,.sh-


\'. -x -.. : ; : '-:. y v ? h

, N -: ,,f *". *I. : !" 1 t..': e


' .". 4' }' .: :.- - -<- I'. ;:i L ; -


'XV H :.- .' ,:v\ C'-." AC" .>v,-


for the past i'eek.
Mr. Willie Perry andl family -of Tam-
pa; are here, visiting the former's
inmth.er. .Mrs. Alfred Prooctor. They
expect to re-Tmain until the- 4th of n.-xt
moii.th.
All the young people .ir- pre-paring
t,'r the picnic Friday. the :4th. .it 4ak
I ;i '' e.
Mr. Pier,- Pro'cthr and sist!.r. Mis.s
l.izzi,-. ,tiil Miss s '*i a Perry left for
Sranie*- Spi ings S.turnal. y. wh,-re the-y
t-ite,-r-I the n'orm:,il.
Mrs. .A. P'r. tor's milth Mrs. L-it-
n-t'. tof Anth,',ny. is h-,- \ visiting h-r
t,,r ,a \\hi! .
T.- -

The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.
There is a d:Sease :r;va:;:-.g ::. ".is
=::- 'ry c.. t d.-.?er:'3 :,:a-se so ce:t-




" V (/I -" a ( f -~ *a-: '': a -' *"
-.t.- a.-. .:t




-.-p . *





-a-.' ti -7 -a .'. 3
.Swamp-Root.' i:. ea: *;Le- a
.a : e :
..7-.T3 -*
a: : .. .r -










.a aer. .'.


N t'-.t nar-, -anymy rnake but r me-n-

- ,~.N. T..;-R -,nev-r


JUST RECEIVED----


250


Pair Men's Pants


FOR


$2.50


They are worth $3.50, but as we

bought them so late we are enabled

to sell at the low price of $2.50

per pair



The Boston Store


W. P. EDWARDS


At the City Markt

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable

City and Count Season

City and Country Trade Solicited


Pbo 121.


DAME


The Leader in Iee Cream
WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION


S" -'." The originator of the

VELVET BRAND
Any color or flavor.
Orders filled on demand in any qai-
tity desired.




T.W. SMITH & COMPANY



Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are new open for business ie
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the qlasM.
All Goods New and First Clam; Agents for Patten's Sun Proof PaieM a
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. te. Saves, Ranges, Fanm Teels of d
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardwae, Tinware, Agatewa, te. Seeka, Do
and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Ranges-eoe-
better; Wire Netting, the Amerien Field and Elweed Fsncin. The Low
est Prices Will Prevail
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Businees Famili-riase U
With the Wants of the People. Yeur Busines S*Iieitsd





HUBBARD & MACDUFF


" IOCALA FLORI DAm

HEADQUARTERS FOR


AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE


a am








kaym 22b.or 6 ft. ap


Made of large. strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvaazed.
Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever-
lasting. Never go.-s wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.
Does not mutilate, but des, efficiently, turn cattne, res, be
tW! ptri(.

EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN F'NCE GUARANTEED
by :he manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you bow
it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay t


PHARmACY


..GITRA. FLORDIA..


New Goods & IJew Pr s or Jew P Ie



Wil carry a complete line of


Drugs and Druggist's Sundries


Reglar Style
Stays las. er 6 Ia. aiprt


In Light and Dark Shades, and all

Summer Weights. We have any

Size And almost any color


Free Dde very


"LL
as P
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4
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PALMETTO


OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAV, JUNE MI 1904


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PAGE SIX









OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE 18. 904


PA4 9VUVM


F COLDS CUREID


Sin24 Hours


OPAAG
will cure Coughs,Colds,CatarrhJ
LaGrippe,NeuralgiaHeadach'.
Influenza, Bronchitis, Sori
Throat and Rh eumptism, t
either with all feverish conditions
of the system. They act gentle
so the bowels without pain oi
irping. Keep your bowels ope
by taking OPAAC, the only remn
edy that will reach the muconu
membranes and put them in !
healthy condition.
Catarrh develops from a cold i
the slightest cough-very hai
and stubborn to cure. as it m;.
fasten itself in the head, lung,-
stomach or pelvic organs, if a.4
lowed to progress.




OPAAC
effects a cure at once and put
the entire system in a health con
edition. If you do not deriv
prompt and satisfactory result
trom the use of OPAAC. advis
as at once.
us~ I s.
For sale at aG Driat&.
MMt C M eM Mts.



ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE
Ocala, Fla.,

A SNAP FOR
A WIDE-AWAKE MAN
I have a valuable formula for
silvering mirrors easily, quickly
and cheaply. Mirrors backed by
this process resist the effects of
all climatic conditions and remain
bright indefinitely. I will sell the
formula cheap. Write Southern
Silvering Co., P. 0. Box 118, At-
lanta, Ga.


THE;






OPERATES

Double DailyTrains
Carryinc'll uilmin %Ilho.j'ur. after
( arq 'a la rarte, andi Chair
Sarm teats frw).
Electric Lighted Throughout
8 E T VV E E. N
B li-iq Memphis and Kansas City
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Oldama and IndiaiTerritries
ANo THE
Far West and NorlwiesL

TEMUM SLEEPING CAR SERVICE FROM THE
SNTIKAST TO IEMPIIIS AND
KANSAS CITT.

ME-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Rzfersle ticket from Atlasta. Ga.. asd
Birmirham. Ala.. toe poinla Ii
hoethbest o0 sale lrust sad third
Tmfdaye of each meth.
Descript:ve : *ratu-e. ti:k-ts aar'. ed
and throuh reservations nma..e upon app..-
cation to
F. C. CLARK, TMav. Pass' ACT..
ATLANTA. GA.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT,.
ATLANTA, GA.


Through Sleepers and Dining Cars
BETWEEN

St. Louis and Mobile,

St. Louis and New Orleans

Ask for tickets via & 0. R.
Mr. P. S. Hay. 31. & 0. R. R. Mont-
gomery. Ala.


T. A. Colyer Bros.
Merchant Tailors.
Have in stock one of the finest assort-
ments of suitings for holiday suits
ever presented to the Ocala public.
Style and fit guaranteed. Cleaning
dyeing and repairing neatly done. Fall
and winter sultings to your liking
Best suit. for *h, m -'o.r in town. Tr
spection soic:t-,d N I. North Mair
St.. two doors nor:h of Ocaa [louse


The I prilht Judge.
A N%:\ YrLrk i...:;Te and h;I
f.-.Ld %ere I,.tur::.un .a u i .. ,aa.
:. iii arm and were gil in \;way to
..irth .uId oigl u hLen they fouun,
iLeuise.ves confronted lby tLe ;,,lince.

iu tle fulioivUi%.. d;.. ;.. ; t. -:. t *..i tL-
bielt-. "grive. diglni'."i ; an i hi. as
Usuall" he saw his dear anmd v..lued
friend charged with I.en,; ,irunk and
disorderly. Hie listened to tli- charge
anuioved beyond a painel expres-ion
in bis face and. after calling upon the
prisoner to explain his .cominlu<;t. ad-
dreaed him lIn his most severely Judi-
cial manner and in scathing: tones.
Never had he heard a1 more disgraceful
case. and It was so much the more dis-
graceful from the fact that the prisa-
oer evidently was respectably con-
nected and moved In what waste called
(here be became very sarcastici good
society. He felt It was a matter where
leniency would be surely out of place.
and the fine must Iwe the maximum
which the law allowed.

*Bxtuss41lary LrAl Doeument.
One of the most remarkable legal pa
pers on ile In the archives of the world
Is one now In the National museum of
Paris. labeled "Sentence on a bog. exe-
euted by Justice in the copyhold ofI
Clarmont-Avin and strangled upon a
gibbet at that place." It is sealed with
red wax. kept under a glass. b, rs
date of June 14, 1494, and reads as l
lowa: "We. the jury. in detestation and
horror of this crime and In order to
make an example and to satisfy Jus-
tice. have declared. Judged, sentenced.
pronouncOl and ap|oimtieed that the
said hog. now detained in the abbey I
as a prisoner, shall by the executioner
be hung and strangled on a gibbet near
the gallows which now stands within
the jurisdiction of the uimonk, being
near the copyhold of Avin. In witness
of which we have sealed this present
with our seals." Following the above
are the signatures of the Jurors and
the lrefecit of the department de la
Aisne.
Old I "lm Ia Corslea.
The lttalth. ju travels in Corsica
to delighted to hli-nr almost everywhere
arounId limn tthe olli.tol expressions
and teri'rntiiatlion of 1 anite. while even
tliae tnTliaslisiaa i a: iia:1 .,li .inted with
the "n'ioedl" Is surprised at tlie
sound of Latin words which Ihe thlouchlit
h:adi fallen!i entirely it., 0 obli\ ion, su.-ich
,'s "\Nilii" for "Ness.no" iai nd *i" reve"
for "I'esnUt,." ,r \ iilh l.attini.'.el forms '.
of i.irr,-int worl. .n,-h us i "l'iuv:i" *',,r
"''i,,::ei .." "Ist'" for "* t.Ue t:a" ianl
".jo" for "lio."
Thie ','i--;i:n!. h'ow voer. is amn ol lbr
t:'! 11 t : 'I l i t l l Itl. '10 '




S ;i .'! i W 1 -'l. '1 :.!! ;,* ** f
Sp: "i :ili l ',ri'n .il. "S.t ;il.,.s In ',ri
*lt'i."


The I'iuunwim Rone.
A ,1110 i 'i' *- I- 1 .l1 .>nt i- c ai 1- *
II'r1 -i." r 't'l ,' -l rt. il ",:: I a., il N'itf n ,:.. p
n nr ,, ,i'l t o ;:i I,! ,a \ i !. .- ,,\v "i lis.
Il''7-t 117.:at.' Iow-. to h: *ili m'll' oW 7s
t '\ : .---' ith\\ t i n I thl- iniilr :!it iof
lyh, :' I m! !l :: i A : r i ti-* 1*i-i f ,r-.:l!,,
: it ll, l,:! k if th),, .**; -wv ,!i t. .\:iy
on. \vw ho l ris ',felt h: in- 'i!iIor' t e.!l.\v
li ,' !,- 11tit h -. r,. ,li klI vW S liI:il 1. ;ll
el',w is r l iir-k y lt,-lic i tl in lh-h
T i,- li'' rvf i' ti '!',ft. r ,,' :It 111i. s pl i:it
very \ii r'.r h t surf-ic to- ; l li- t it':.- tI
shi"lil it fro'l'ii.i ia l"w. If v'1, urt.e .so
li;i'or ii :it is to 1-iv o Nr.t1" i', ih, v it
F7 ir,' I tll. s, \\% q. *.iT ii ; 'i 'lh';r il ,.roln -
tlir;i:,iti s oi f th', f;ti -t hlialt lth- uliair
nirv' i- th, prt i'ia:l se'i.n ry nerve of
the. f -'l't;irll :lin Vhin i

Popl- IIhtt ltanr yt.- iwn-k.
Ts't >r :lr ; i 'kia r .ii f ;erlt. V wink.
H o\\ lli, ) l l:| II l*.0e To ", :l olli \\ illi-
0111 0,t1oi. ** i "i 1in:1!'ve>l. 1TI ,, lillho V
or o lh r ili,.- ,lo. so:, ', ,x...e ;l ii -
rilly more insist thlt o liers. o ind tihe
v ry tl140|i't %re 4.o' sI li, %'so ( 1 ml'ui l ll,,1 d
the 1sis'' iT t,' l ot z! ;!if lilt l t" k0in tlh;
eyel,:il! l 'r-ri.: It -s :i s on-tit 'hiona:il
matte r, fov winkii l. t in-h ui!lr ti e
controlled ot if \le wit\ is il ne s. iiitkly
tllhit it is practi": illy :i invotluitary an -
tioi Mei. wink when: tiey feel that
the lyid is iicoiiftoritably dtry.'" anil
when it does nIot I ,-colin t dry the neces-
sity fovr winki!rh is noit felt.

To Preserve thle I color of Flowers.
A way to preserve ithe colors of oll\-
er when pressinti then is to itinntrse
the stemn of thle freshly .plant in a soilu-
tion of 31 grains of allinl. t4 of niter and
S illof water floor a day or two). until
the liquid is absorlabed, then press the
plant in the usual way. sift sine dry
sand over the tliower aind submit to a
gentle heat for ialwit twenty hours.

xem hIn he hest.
All birds have a sy-tiniatic arrange-
ment in deIpoitrini; r their ,**i:zs in the
nest, and there are very few specles.o
It llny. in wh ih son'. recliarity Is
not to be s-,-;i. if ,*reful observation
Is made. Many ,his ,, plainly andh
Invtriys ,ly soh,,w tenondon to : set
arranteeint that their liabit is geuer-
ally known.

Dodie the hbadowv.
Why destroy pr'snt hl:p .Vin>s. by a
distant misery which mny never come
at all. or you ai y nev.r live T ee
It' Every subst),ntial grief has twen-
ty shadow., and most Tof them shad-
ows of your own making -S.ydney
Smith.
Double ArtIou Sprims.
First Patient a:it the falshionable
springs,-What are y,.u he-re for? Sec-
ond Patient To ,iesh utp a little. And
you? First I'Paient-To reduce my
weight.-San r-ncisco Bulletin

The One to e COemtdered.l
"Did she consult the gr ooin in fixing
the ,!,.;! for t.te wedii; :""
"... n.i. only the dressmaker."-
thicago Post.


FOR YOU TO BUY

NO. 1.-SPLENDIL, H E. FINE BATH H,-T AND COLD WATER L'P
an .' lown sait s. gi : s. etc. :.'y ):-.e b.,-.:k ff- .'k7lawaha.


C LL O


DITTo FOR PRICE.


NO. 2.-FINE INVESTMENT AND GO -OD HOME. ONE HOUSE RENTS
for $S an, one for $Ito per month: A.r. three extra large lots: two blocks
off Ocklawaha. A bargain at 317",,'.
NO. 3.--1"". ACRES OPEN LAND. FOR FARMING OR STOCK. MUST GO
now; 1 mile from depot in this county. Price. $1 per acre.
NO. 4.-BUILDING LOTS FROM $30 To $100.)0; NEAR SQUARE: ANY LO-
cality.
NO. 5.-TWO GOOD LOTS AND SM ALL HOUSE IN FIRST WARD: TWO
blocks from railroad and one block off Ocklawaha. Must be sold now.
Price. S500.

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


F. 1V. DITTO,


CALL 0N DITTO


F. '. DITTO,


ROOM 12, MERCHANTS' BLOCK. OCALA, FLA.

U-


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


Tpilu ifS will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday drting months of June, July, Au-
gust and September points nto the Southeast,
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.

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


I U.XTRI


I. E. REHLANDER,
Trav. Pass. Agent.

No. 18 W. 9th St.
Chattanooga, Tenn.


THE COLORED PEOPLE'S
DEPARTMENT

Rev. J. E. A. Keeter. Editor

SUNDAY SERVICES

Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
(Dr. D. H. Brown. Pastor.)
9:'). a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
11 a. mn.-Se:Vies.
3 p. m.-Sunday schooL
7:3i p. m.-Prea, thing.

Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church
iRev. R. S. Quarterman Pastor)
9:30 a. m.-Sunday schooL
11 a. m.-Preaching.
3.3s, p. m.-Prea'hin-.
7;3,) p. m.-Services.

Covenant Baptist Church
(Rev. R N. Countee, Pastor.)


11 a. m.-Preaching by Rev. J.
G;lymnp.
2:3') p. m.-Services.
7: 3 *'. m.-Preaching by Rev. J.
Glymp.

St. James P. E. Church
9 a. m.-Sunday School.
11 a. m.-Services.
3 p. m.-Services.

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

Zion M. E. Church
I Rev. W. 0. Bartley. Pastor.)
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
I1 ,. in.--Ptr-aching by pastor.
: ;,. in.-Pre-aching by pastor.
;:l i p. aI;. Reaching by pastor.

New Zion Baptist Church
9 a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
3 p. m.-Sunday school.
7:;3;, p. m.--Pre:i'hing.


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TIZY IT TO-DAY.


50 Cents a Bo:tle.


TAKE


All Druggisms.


COMFORT


For Rheumatism Kidney


t .
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Bladder and Urinary Organs.



"h I- Kn v 2 I1r rIH-,,,*.Th'- mn u ..t.~ k-

-igsts .,

a--'sa k~ s ''-k-n :-tk i..u A :i---n



iii !r i-:: -7.,o~ :;.!r;i:
C~ieoca Co~moaey.Jaci~m~. 'e F'. a


S ,.:." r"-..: r, July I IR.itet
S." '' ~ .S.!, "n ,h. S4;. ,'t lumb*.
A-. v S, :-S A- L.

*F:esh water bream and trout. salt
"ater trout. sheehead and bass. and
t.:.t -r..,1 mullet an.] fresh oysters at
7 tike Thomnias. market.
,'nt frs-t th- communionn service
i *'wv-iant church tono-rrow eight.
S-.,,l !,-: Aices ."t Zion M E. -hu-cb
rm,: ro\. Everybody is. invited to oat-
'-n 1.
L.ot.t ,l"'x:,'4 in Benton's sub-livisipo.
Fi.est location in town. Price re-
Itirel to o".*t to $3.;0. They go in a
hurry. Call on Dltto. Merchants* bloc-k.
* .;ilai. Fla.
S;am Busby. one of the employes 4C
the k;talai foundry. died suddenly this
morning :it his home in Jactobville. He
%, ill be burie-I tomorrow at one Wo'.l ck
;it the Michael cemetery.


D. Deputy Sheriff OG. R. Smith return-
ed yesterday from Miami with L. and
J. Simmons. who were accuse 1 of rape
in this county not long since and rai
D.bove named place. You may run but
.vyu tc:n't hide.
Don't think for a moment that you
aire the "only pebble on the beach." for
the marbles the boys play with on the
streets may be better than you are.
much less the pearls worn in some ot
the lornmon people's necklaces. Amen.
*':Lll at Bartco'i stall. No. -. for
choice Florida beef. Choice round. 12%-
cents per poun:; loin. 1'T cents;
shoulder steak. 1I cents;. pork chops. 12
cents: pork ham. 1., cents. Bo nelesl
ham. saus.iae andt vegetables. fresh .1
the time.
*F. Mention. the hustling grocer. ha
enlarged d his business and is ready to
,stpply the public in choice groceries,
vegetables. cool drinks. confe-tionery,
etc. Free delivery wagon. Your or-
i-rs so.li-ited. Iron building. South
31Main street.


-".. n:-. li. Fluitt. J. T.

Mi~~, .. AI.Iv n.i, k l. Iti.vy F"ui t
.'i. T. K.:-A r .s n .i 'f;.-o T'"Iv


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end
ain.


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*Call at the Mack House for com-
fortablie 0loling and board at reasona-
ble rates. West Broadway.

.- . --i y tin,. "! i. :-ft-.s t,, th-
!' 11-** t': s tti- up .Tit onI --.

I,.o r-.-.i o f ill .! iv. ,r '-v ry lay
:at T,,mpkins an 1 P.rcak i'" ream
gardler G;,o and] ijoy y.,urmelf.
.'- tr I,-. s- I to I-;irn that Mrs.
R. A. lH il. A. h-. h..s ,--n v.-ry ill for

Th- 1.-st ,* 1 i: r;.ks in the it- in
t,- f,'un I th- N-w i:u1irstr-. op-
; '> t.-! Pitt!: .7 n s 'furnmtutire -trr

-1..J :Y:i-q I-i.n ::i h*,,l t h!: ',ui r-
"-.: v .,.f--- .- it 'M t Zi.,r A. 31. K
* h :" h **r: 'h.- 4th.. .M-mt,er- ittn i.
F-*'R RENT-Thr- "2-r-tm ho-,ss.
"\-, 3.-",-,m h '-s- ,n- 4 -room hou-;e;
r.- .-ro. rn h'-use. J. Starr St-rnber-

-,.:: ,t Mrs.W.'. ," W !:;.,, .v f,,r
I._'- .: ,kinz. ., ordA.. r.. m i th
+. .~h r a 'n-. \- : '.rr,:t -

*K--p in mnemor that the Mack
H 'use fu-ar.lshes m-n i s at the followzing
h.-ura. fr.,m 7 to from 12 to 1. and 7

'.... f,:,-t ". : :i *.n the- N-w York
"." :..,- .\. h-: -.* st.. ,n, l r- ia y t,-> ,o
S .n'r h -- ihing. et. .cll
- J ;.hVi:*-
*F .. .r. :- !ig-.l: at reason-
- :t t R. J. Ne:.n'". North
Fv-ryvh:ng k-,t in ex-

--: r":-y Sh v'.n. th _n 1
K--s: -n .r. ... ....y $v.n ~


*; ..* .- n by
1, .. 11 -
S .J ,..- '. ,.k. The
.." ,.-.*-" . *", *'. ,,i : W > I *' th is
.,'. '* .' *i :: .- i -.: -" ,,i., ,,f i n- t'. -
the




A FRIGHTENED HORSE
;' :n;:.- :':k- Is I ,'.\n th-" s'r_,I
i:.z th .in s. *>r h,;n !red
; .. i:- -v-rry-.iy cur-
It L! \ ..s v ry o y Ti> r. e
ni .m i .. .h.*. n ne'
S. ..... It :<, ;.. n' .. \ s i ilve.
;*s-*. F. F z-m .I':- is-
,f ;".i: ,it;. k'y i:ndt.-r it+ 9 s'"iThr. ef-
. .. it h .nti-..n, .;*y I'-ug-


KNIGHT TEMPLARS-
ODD FELLOWS

The Last Opportunity of the Year to
Visit California
:1-ginnin. Aurust 13. 'inl contir.ulng
l.i!ly t i S -,t-rnh--r '*. roun I trip ti, kets
\\ill ?!,- so.li ,,n a.,runt of the above
, ,r:v-ntin..s from all points in the
South,-i,st to either qLos A.nfg-lws or
S.in Fran.-'i-o at Pxtremely low rates.
<, ith tir.:il r-turn limit O t tober 23.
Tic'k-tg will pIermit of t-n lays stoap
ov-r it St. Louis.. anil allow holler the
.ri;..:-g. of .,irnig one route andl re-
:urr.:r.4 another without additional
*Ost. -x. -pt that ti, k-ts returning via
P.,rtl..nl. an allitional charge of 11i
"ni t_,. m ..,.e.
Th- Frisco-Rock I.mland Syst*m! of-
f'r x. -l!-;it rout.,! in either dira'tion.
W\'r1:- for rat si *,sc'riptive literature
i. I f.i; information and let uq plans
yo-r trip. S. L. Parrott.




Cream Vermifuge




WORM


.-REMEDY
11C PMIMULAU S FAWUlITE linHC.
eswase or mrlavoen.s
Sa nduiBB i 8iip um w or
Balard-Snow Linimet O s
*T. LOs0i, -AO.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Druaale


S i i > i" . . :, o n t .ai ll oth,-r :.' st class .1,i:u t :-s






Summer at


Hot Springs


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One Fare Plus $2.00






GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT.
L ten. Pa Sk. A r kt.. ist. P.ss. A. t..
Little R,.k..Ark.. At'.arta. Ga.












PAGE EIGHT OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JUNE 18, i~4


WOI i'


FAIR


RATES


From Jacksonviffe
T~n r ;. ion a,,. *aP A *v:.Tr:,,.. 'vi-a, rpna-
-lu:I -s-mtn I.- r a: : H M O.. a


.y. ?ix-.. d ay- x!i diiI-auc i:., eTt.-.dxa a'
mULUE~mU i.-'It~- 11 iUrt. 4 .ou-A


Southern Railway


World's Fair Route, St. Louits
Eith.-r th:li-.ch Atlanta and Chattai.,,Oga or C,'l!unbi t and Ashevi'.:e
"ILand of the- Sk" rute.
from J., ksrivillh-. Thr-ough slt-eping ar.
.TP- day an.! tift#-n--l;ay tick-ts, within limit. :it pi in, ihal im Llutain a;; 1 s mi.mnif-: re-
Cert points to th- ';artolin:ts and liast Te-II.*-.s-te. No -xtr.a cst. \An 'pp'r-
tunity tq, visit th-e greatt-st ,of Worl's Fairs ian,! ssl-i,-l a; vt ati mountaiints. v.-hre side trips can toe made- through the Sallpphire Country, Lake
Toxa;tay. the- Highlands. etc.
I*-t.ail -,I ani valuable information, maps. fid>ll-rs. etc., che-rfully furnished
upon application. J. C. L'SK.
District Passenger Agent. 140u Wiest Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.






Vacation Days in




COLORADO


Every condition which makes for pleasure, whether
luxurious or simple. is fulfilled "under the Tur-
quoise Sky" in the Colorado Mountains. It is the
natural playground for the vacation-deserving from
this section. Illustrated literature sent free on
request.


Through Sleeper service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day


FRESH ME-RTS IND GR ME
We keep on hand a full line of the best Beef. Pork. Mutton and Sausage
to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables. etc. Careful attention to
orders and quick delivery made. W. L. JONES, Proprietor
CITY MARKET





I SEABOARD
0 0

U AIR LINE RAILWAY. *

* FOR 0

*Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pinme
0 Raleigh, Richniusmd, Washington, Baltimore.
Philadelphia, New York.

TWO BLBOANT TRAINS DAILY.

* Seaboard Express,
* Seaboard Mail. 0

* flOODRN PULLnIAN BQUIPMBNT.
m U

* ONLY LINE OPERATING
* Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson-

Sille to New Orlean&s

O Ier fl|| intfreatiM sad S1eper BRservatisams, ell on say Aget
Seasboard1, or write
* A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, 4
* Jacksonville. Fla.
O S. C. DOYLSTl N. JR.M Pnmeger Agt, Jacksonvilll. Fla.


Atlantic


Coast


Line


WORLD'S FAIR RATES

First class excursion rates to St. Louis

and Return:

$45.55, final return limit, Dec 5

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$20.55, final return limit, 15 days

Special ten day coach excursions at very

low rates

Th-rughi - :f*,-- .' J -,L,." !., :Z L v':s via Mc:.'g-. -- -y ?and
L : Tt i I ; -- - Y *' - '
i.r ,,'a-.. ....r "-. v.; e.e* '.. H .'-" \s.-:+- 'L.-.


AN ORDINANCE






z.-:: n ai iryt -cj t,:.-f -he
thi..;n--at


f,.:.,.-.




IA L t h. -jr :it v. ~.


p' g. ;
i. tytpi iv .-tf J --'-.-A. lo~. :f4-h4 1-




thi- l- s i--pf the 'state ',f I l-i ii a.
t t ng t lt# r-!t s! o
A. .i : it i, nslu ituthi ping th dauije i-
;-..itv kn-itxna as thi-4 itv if 1 1ala. i-j-
i-li'- h-sna-m. Is. changing
Thi t im 4-if h. 'i-li:g p-h--it ii ,si t hst-i-n.
.,n.! -r'-iv-ling fu.r the.tli-pollatllt-Ilt .4
r.-im i pfj-- .th- issuhinlg it u 6-i1I
:11. ii Ih.- iss.-!2:mo-n t anil *'idllet io,. .f
1tix.--s in s.ti-l vit% ..** A?.ipr--i Jun.- 4.
1-4'shahli k,:11tithuirize-ll b av a te 4-f a
mal: t'lity i"f th- .gu..hitit-.l v..-teTS of Sail-
,-it% it Sa iii s-l i-i n
S. -,-. 21. Th, im.-y. iian-I city c-a.u in il
-of salt iii .'tv a ac-ala, in) their cir-arirate


oii f J uIy. A. It. .#--4 h.-l-bpv u-


I.- wh-thi-r (.:-not: bcon Is --f 5.jIi~i-Aty



In-I this *r-Iin~tn,-..ni __,, h *jualtieul
shallh,,.i- .n tsq;'. rt unity to
ft.' i: trig1z iA: tS! I :sU1:.C of Satd
n"t-th-.'s. i.-s hin: -l ity Jrap.I
.n. -t t. -x i-- I t h,- iin-' oinzz h-rein
.t~i-~ .f-I ..Itr t.- rp-.s~s setout by




..gin't t.- uth rii ibtuift h.,iz- 1.uin
n- t!-..-Isir st-I.rii-Ifur ty A-'luntA is
1.i-i-m-ti'- -L isiurthi,-,f shidfl
h.s-n sj-ii,--i navl'-tr t.- ~.vs so
t!- hIs, -is f n~y-tt -hit~ppr
**:- -.itstnt li.'.f.thanis-achinf
,~: ii ali e~ hal in- -i iun t m-l iunbllt
ha~ mat hi. te inullie '1--oif ions fo
this w~uimim t-. rwi;.iis- :i.%hni tothper

bw-c." -.:S, ii iins tmnis.shin. it b- il-Io
by the bltriot.-i-;hall i iite ht-c s allth-of
.suhall he uth.riz- yt.;rmis thei r
;Iina .c ty 1ryhving twthk@itof bll em fo
he reaftrplos li.-' enacs-il. andtoby thoe

1- h4 trbs-iuslti,rila. -nt-pt.ifth ae aThereof


said vlet-tion shiiuld1 authorize the is-


capacity. shall issue friin time to, time. .,suance of linds as herein provided.
ainil.s of sail city iln denominations of If the full amount (of the bonds that
,-ne hundred dollars. the principal of may Ibe authorized to be issued should.
a-ach shall lie payable at the end of not for any cause. not be negotiated, then
less than te-n years, nor more than the surplus of sail bonds in the hands
twenty years. the aggregate face value of the trustees shall be by them sur-
of said bonds in no event to exceed the rendered to the city council of the city
sum of forty-five thousand dollars: said I of Ocala. and shall be by said city
bonds shall bear interest not to exceed council destroyed. and no bonds of said
five per cent. per annum, to be fixed city authorized by this ordinance, and
by ordinance, which Interest shall be by the said election hereby required
payable seml-annually on the first day to be called and held. shall after such
of January and July of each year there- cancellation be sold or negotiated for
after, and shall be payable at the city any purpose.
of Oc-ala. Said bonds shall be engrav- See. 7. The mayor shall cause his
ed under the direction of the mayor proclamation calling said election, and


140.65


133.90


:n .** far as anything herein provided
* ", br .--,n,.tby himn.
Pass- hy tity councill May 24. 194*4.
Aprr-. --,.t by W. J. Edwards. Mayor.
May -*; 1'*!4.
A T:u- t.,;y. Atta-st:
a S.e I. E K. N-'so-n. city a'lerk.

MAYOR'S PR' -'LAMATIhN
Know. Al3 Mr:, by Thrse- Pr-s--nts:
Th.,t I. \W. J. l-. ..iras. as mayor of
h- ity ,f >ital.a. F.ri-dt. in p'rsu.ian.e
-if .in ,ornlinane- p:.ss.ed tby the- ,-,un,.i1 of .*%i,! :ty if i l, t. ,in th-
4;h i...\ .*I M.M>y. A. I'. 1:-*"4. anI .t p-
; :--". by thi- ma.yir of .sail i:ty ,'::
tli- :'.th lay of May. A. D. l'.*"4. tlnti-

"..A ; rlin.n iith,,:'iz;ng th.- is.u-
:' s of I" Inls i.y th- i'y of tiaa. to tpay
*,ff. l .in-i -iis h.rg- i ert.iin in-
,i-bt,- in-ss f th.- -:ty. -vi,lence-I lty
judi:n rt:!t a.]., ,,utst.in-ling s.-rip: to
";, s.ti l ity n cash bais; to Ljot-
t. r eo.ui; the ,*l- 'tri. light I-l.nt of the
sab! ity. lrivi.li;.g for the pa.ym'nt opf
s.ti1 lint.- in.l f.r submiissi.-in to th,-
,lu.,aits.-, voto-rs -f s.ai. c ity the *,ues-
tion.' f th.- issii.in. e tl-retf." -
An.! l.y virltu.- f the authority vesteil
in Inm- by .I w. -.!. heri-by iin-ler. ,-le-tlar-
.:ti ,-ii tl.>l i .th.t th-:- shill bet- ;a 9 e-
i.il --i tin he-il. in th,- sailt city ,if
i i:,al.t .
1',14. sub'mitt;ng To th- *luly ,iu.flitfi-
AnV I I' ist."t i vr -rs of S;tii i ity of
al; -Fl': i l... the question as to
wh--th--: ..t 'h ,r- sh.ill} b- isis -.l
t >ndsi. ,> .'01.i ily in *, f.o>n iin. ; ns of
,n- hun-ilr.'-.I i i';i.s -. c h. tio lie vy.i-
Itle at the endii ,t n,,t l-s.s than ten y- trs
..4.r mn'ir- than ti --nty ye-as. the iaggre-
.T;tt.- value- oft s.t:- bi ends in no ev-v-nt
toI -xi-cet- the sum opf forty-five thou,-
;.ni; il-iltr.. :aiii top bear interest at a
rate inot t., e-x.e-,--d five per vent. per
annum. to he.- fixedl hereafter by ordli-
i.inn- of saild ity. which interest to be
jaid se-ni-antnually ion the first day oft
January an4d on the first 'day ,of July of
each year. payable at the said city of
Ocala: said bonds to have interest cou-
pons engitived and attached, signedl by
the mayor and city tlerk. and shall
tiear '. i-" rporate so-al of the said city
of O t'V t. aiu t*,* be sold at not less than
Sheir fa< o v.lue. The proceeds from


and city council of said city, and shall also a copy of this ordinance, to be pub- th sale of aid bonds to be applied for the issuance of such certificate In the
bhe signed by the mayor and city clerk. I lished for at least thirty days next pri- ,he purp.os,. of paying off and cancelling name of party unknown, lnless aM
and shall bear the corporate seal of the or to the time of the holding of said ar.d outs-.ndong judgment against the certificate shall be redeemed accordint
city of Ocala, and shall not be sold at election in a newspaper published in ity of otala: taking up. paying off to law tax deed will issue thereom O
less than their face value, and shall said city of Ocala. Florida. Said pro- and rmtiing the indebtedness of said the 9th day of July. A. D. 1904.
he delivered in amounts as the same I clamation shall state the time, place city represented by its outstanding Witness my official signature and
are paid for. for the purposes herein- and manner of holding said election, s.rip issued by ,aid city, and such a. seal this the 7th day of. June. A.
after mentioned and provided for: and shall state the question on which the may be issued pending the negotiations 1904 .. T. i struck.
the proceeds of sale of said bonds shall vote is to be taken, and shall state the: of sali b-nds: to provide -l fund for the Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. PIa.
be applied only to the purposes for names of the clerks and inspectors of 'I ecessary and ordinary maintenance,
which same are hereby authorized, election in the several wards of said repair and rep.,la.-ement of the electric NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
- Said bonds shall have interest cou- city in the same manner as is provided light plant owned by said city, and for
pons engraved and attached thereto. in the general election ordinance; and such increased appliances for the manu-' Tax DedLnder section of
signed by the city treasurer of the said if any clerk or Inspector of election fracture nd distribution of electricity ter 4888. Laws of Florida.
city, and payable on the dates above shall fall or refuse to serve, others may in connection t.ith said plant as may Notice is hereby given that IH. M. a
named, and at the place specified in be appointed in their places, or if any be necessary to furnish the same to O. Goethe. purchasers of tax certflcal
this ordinance ant %e above mentioned i Inspector or clerk of election named by th takers of the electric service sup- No "39*. dated the 1st day of hJl. A.
Ordinance to be hereafter passed des- the mayor fails to attend at the proper plied by said,.ity: and to provide a D. 11t1. have filed said icrtincate in
ignating such place, polling place at the time of opening the fnmyd t be u.sd in placing said city on my office, and have made applicatilm
Sec. 3. The city council shall levy polls for election those inspectors pres- a cash basis. for tax deed to issue in accordance
annually such special tax on all the ent shall fill the vacancy or vacancies. Those eo .-.Is-,, wr.o desire to vote for with law. Said certi,-cate embraces
taxa ole property within the corporate *and if all the inspectors be absent, then I the authorization of the issuing of the following desk-ribed property site-
limits oaf said city. which is hereby those persons present qualified to vote tbids of said ,-ity for the purposes ated in Marion county. Florida. to-wit:
pledged to the payment of said bonds, shall fill the vacancies. The polls shall :above mentioned,. and to an amount not laUts 3 and 6 or ext of nw'. see 11 tp
and the interest thereon. as may be be opened at % o'clock a. m.. and closed ex-cepding foPrt)-frvv, thousand dollars. 1;. r 23. The said land being assessed
necessary to pay the interest on said at 6 o'clock p. in.. i ith an intermission w!,; lau- e, na ross iX a mark to the left at the date of the Issuance of such cer-
bonds. anil provide for their payment of one-half hour bettveen 12 noon and , worus. ." -,,- nds.'" 'nd thoi- tificate in the name of unknown Un-
and retirement when the same shall be- 1 p. m. The killing L'aces shallb b- I-lct,.-,rs t h, desire to vote against the less said -ertifio.ate shall be redeemed
come due under the provisions of an cated at. or as near as practicable to. authorization of the issuing of bonds ;a-cor.ing to law tax deed will Isnue
ordinance hereafter too be passed to car- the polling places used at the last gen- of said city for the purposes above thereon on the 14th day of July. A. D.


ry into effect the provisions of this or-
dinance: and the said city council andi
mayor shall, from time to time, by or-
dinance, require the trustees of said
bonds and the disbursing agents hand-
ling the money hereby provided to be
raised. such bonds for the faithful per-
tormance of their duties as may be,
necessary to fully protect the interests
of said city, said special tax for inter-
est, and for the payment of said bonds
shall beh- payable :tan. collectable only
in lawful money of the I'niteI Statf-s.
or in past due -oupons of said bonds.
an.,l s -n ',oll- solely to th taiym. nt **f intere-st on-
-.iid hbonIs. ai:,l the ;principal thereof.
as the S.rn e sh.ill or may b-.-,oine Set<. 4. There shall .e :i board of
h-- t:lrust--S. w hose utty it shall i,-
ti, :,., -iv-- s.ai bns. : us <....n ,s ,h,
-.-tnt- a.:- -i.nraiv-.i an.d ex-:uted. an-I
-. : !- s.in'w- at n--t ]-.ss than par. ani.
S ,f the ',Pi.'e -.!s is provided by.
Sr.:.. '. and su. h further ord:-
'. *.-. r tirIin.a:- es as tray be passed
,*: ..*..; te-mi u:th reference ehereto. Sai.t
'.ir I it-t.-:,-s shall be appointed by
'.. -:.T" r **f the state- of Fiori: a.
:;:-. I' *h- i:,, ;s:,,ns .-f sc.-t;on thir-
: .-- -, ..:. a-. a;,ppr:nxI- June 4. 14,1
.-. ".. T!h: .: i: .Ar e -rto;. -se an:.
-',x.>.; f.-..- th- :ss;::r p-of bc.:.Is for
'.. ;.. .r;... ... ;...:i.:: : ..r "* .''?lir.(T
S- u'-t.- :d;ng niu-.gn-int .ag.a:.nst the-
,,f',..,. .Taking u;, .- ; avine, ff an
f', ::.. t.- ;r.-'.- -t n in-s of e.i 'fa Ty!
.,a .t Ut "s- Q tr -7, :r. ; is-"
-"- -- Y .-- !- "Q ;uo-h -.- "'- S.-.-: .- ;i :







"'.,'.i<.,-v f,, urn:sh the same to the
% '.ik--s : t -- :: ".*:- '.


eral city elet-tion. The clerks and in-
spectors of election in each ward shall
mi ke out anu! sign duplicate returns of
election. and shall deliver one tcopy
thereof to the city clerk for the city
, council, and one copy shall they deliv-
er to the mayor; said returns shall
state the number of persons voting at
said election in the ward from which
the- return comes. iand shall show the
number uof votes in that watv;ir- -;Lt re-
s-pe tiv-ly "fo-rr or "-against" the issu-
ing oif thet bon.ls for th- p-urpos.s :amn-
-.1. submitt-.l by this ord'linane.,. The
Sit)y ,lr.k shall p:-pare and furnish to
thi- inspe. tors ,n. clerks oif s.i.dl -lc-c-
tio.r in the, r-spectiv- w.tarls. all n- es--
-atry lists .a : t1 hlnks to ,- use-,! in said
,-Ie, tion.
Th- i:y .u .. il sh.l -t i n-x"
:-hcu!,,r ne -tiT; :'"t-r ..;. -:- tir..:. ,r
it ;, sp-. "., :,- t-rna- *h-:-.,-f fr th. tt
ut pos- ;n..vsri ts .i,I .1-. 1i ft-,m the-
s.,i! r- uu'ns ..,f th- ;;i;. t,- s .,ii !.
!-'ks ,fI -;-. ti,,'; th- r- .ult *,f s i;d
Ti-. t,-. in-I sh.,:! -e-rtify Th- r- u'.t ,,f
-.i l 1-'-- tl, ,< !;,r--l 1,y th-m from
th-;r 9 -ii .>niv as. t. th- :.ty,.r. -an-:
.4.,:1 t::i. .- : h- .. I-,1 :. th-
n'.:nut-s *f Th- ;..1. f :-. s n .1. I :Ty
-.. -un':. Th- 'n.,yi -f th- ity -f i. *


t, s- t h ; :. .n th- I.iy i-f s.ti.!
i .- t:n. Th.- ::.s;.in- -,.r ,l-rk .rn,-
.;.,,, -r'.-n s h.i;' -.,. h r-.-- v- fe.'r the-:r
s--\ :.--s in s,-.:i .iy :h .- .ur:- ,f 52
a: I .-, T.,'-. ;a, .'. Tm,It*-;':' '.,,' hs---:-


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S.- Cu Ah': i :: *n- ..- ; 1. .* '.



S a,.;..i "- :.,- kr h -- f r.-


S S.- V-i- a -- u


mentioned wt ill place- a cross (X) mark
toi the- left opf the words. "Against
,Bon]s.-"
The voting shall Ib by ballot. and at
th- follow ing named places. and the
names of the clerks anId inspei-ctors of
said election in the so-veral warids are
.,s follows:
First Ward-Voting place at south-
east corner ,of lot -ight. Rear-Ion's .Mid-
,lIetoi n addition to, o0-ala. Fla. In-
s;o.,.-t,,rs. P. V. I.t-.a -ngri-.d. W 0 J f-.
f,,or s .in-l *'. I-. Taylo-r. 1-rk. Co. B.

S-,.-,n-l \'ir.r--V,.tirg pl.. e- shall t-c
th- *.-ut:t room at th- ity hall. In-
-;,-- tors. I. Ste ,-ns. L. F. .:ill.arl and-
NJ. M. Liv:.igsto:. *!*erk. I. A.. M1 l-r.
Th:r.a W.ir-\V..'ti.ge Il... .it the
*,ur,ry ,a' .0 .t h' .us'- I1.4p-, tor.. K l
f:,n.n. H. .A. w% it--r,,n iAl T. D.
T':v i :ti -:k. oS ,S-.n-.
,,;; th \W'.: i-- h '.,- :rg ** ;IB .- -h.all

T. J. *'J --r< I V. u'*'- ..T R A. ** '-
,.r ,i-- k. .ext rn.
Th- ip.'*- '-h.,, -- ...**;n-ui ,t th- ho-ur
, ,''.,. k : n* : i,." *." ; >., k
e. .- po '" h i" ". 1., ,f ow --h s!f

.. 7n -.! .'-.
Th- .:::r.n ;., : th- 6
,\.; i;. ..r .t;.;,r,.pr \- by Th -..,y,,r.
": i h-:-:! -.--r- -.! T.. eha.] II ;.uhli h-
% \: t h.s ;.r,- -am b.it, n.
Inr t-*-T-.r:,-.y ;x h<'-r of I h,iv'- h-r-untc'
.-uhs. t,.-.l rrv .t;n- as mayor f-f th-.
.,i. :y .>f ;:. an .] the- same : is at-
-tt- hy ,h- ;-k of *ai A ;-hy. wth
"h- a- i "h-'-,,r utt;.. he-'- ,, ihis rhe-
' rh !.miy J:r.- A. I'. I"-4
\" J E '-.,- % M.-y',- I af a.
--.- F. K. N,-.<,-.. ,-'!-rk.


N-'TI'-E *'F APPLI'-ATIC'N FORR
T,.x I-- 'n,!r-- S,- ";:.n f o,f Chap-
-r 4. Lays rf F".i.i.a.
N i- -i-.y g:-:. .ha *W. J H.-r-
'v-y. -ur t o- ,f t'ax -t:!,- ate- N.-.
'4:. '- : .- : .- .-of J -.n A r

"- n .:-. t.. i +-'.,1'e- .t ;-:.- ..": ,n *r. .- :ax


1904.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 14th day of June. A. D.
1944. S. T. Sistrunk.
*'l-rk Circuit Court. Marion Co.. Fla.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Tax D-ed I'nder Section 8 of Chap-
ter 04%1. Laws of Florida.
Notic-e is hereby given that C. Stana-
land. purc-haser of tax certificate No.
,i,7. lated the 2nd day of June. A. D.
!*"-'2. has filed aid ertifiiate in my of-
fl-t a;nd has made application for tax
1+-I.] to issue- in ac -ordance with law.
Said **-rtifi at*- e-mbrac-.os the following
.le*-rihb-d pro;-rty situated in Marion
.*unty. F'!oriII;f. to,-\1:1 Nw'61 of s 0, .
*-,- 2*. tp l-.. r 24 Th- s*aid. land being
*.,-i.iat .th i.it of the issuance uof
t :h h -rti,.ts- in th- n r mi of D. ;.
"'' h.i -.A .. 1'r-.-ss -t.id -rtitii--ate shall
b- -..-,--m-I. a. -oriling to law. tax --ed
-*\.. 1.1u'- th-'-nr, ',. the- .12th day of
July rA 19. *4.
'W.-: -* my offi-.al signaturee and
-a.I th; The- th ,.1.y orf June. A. D.
I'-4. S. T. Sistrunk.
'i -rk *'.r ,T *'**urt. Marion Co., Fla.

No'TIl'E ,F- APPLICATION FOR
T.ix I -,-! 'rled- SeZ tion I of a'hap-
t,-- 4 . Laws r-f Florida.
Noti. -4 :t h-r.-tiy giv-r. that John S.
S'yk-. 'pur' hase-r ,f tax ertiflo-ate No.
'). -l(at-Il Trh- .n-d day ,,f June. A. ID
I'- has file-l said ertificate in my of-
r-. -tri hts made application for tax
I!--,I t, i- 'u- in a.-,or-lance with law.
Sa, .' -rTi..i-.it- -mbra,''-s the following
;-,-- ribt-o. pr.I.p-rty situated in Marion
* o,'.ty. Flor:.la. t~,o- it: 4 a'-res in nw
:n if !i- % **- 7. tp. 1 r 23. The said
:-in. .b--irg ,. -s-.eI at the -late of the
.uan,'- -*f au- h -rtiflcate in the name
**f ,',arty unknown Tnle s said eortif-
i-ate shail be redeemed according t
't' t.ix .!-*wd wii issuee thereon on the
:-T. ..ay -f July. A. D-. 1904.
W':'n-.a nry offli ia! s:gnature and
-i' rh *- :,tv- ay o-f June. A. D.
. 4 S T. Sitrunk.
" -- k ,'.- '." ,',.:. Ma ri on ,"o.. Fla.


.>e! to issue in accordance with law.
Stirid e-. rttiate emmbraces the ferllmIwtar
.'e.-sribeIl property situated is Marle -
,ounty. Florida. to-wit: S~ eof *w% "
4:1.v, of n it4 and il.' of sW4 W sw L
,f nw4,,. sec 3. tp 13. r 22. The Ma
,in]l being a.ssessed. at the date of e
issu.in.- of such c-ertificate in the Juns
of Mrs i*. Bishop. Unless said certd,
i.itoe shall be redeemed accordlmg W.
law. .tax dt.-d uill issue thereon on the "
'.th day of July. A. D. 19414.
Witness my offi, tal signature and
.-al this the 3rd day of June. A. Di.
",*'4. S. T. Sistrunk.
*'!-rk 'ircui:: Court. Marion Co.. FaI

N'TI*'E o'F APPUCATION FOR
Tax r>I-.l '::.;-r S-l:tion of Chap-
ter 410%. I..i of Floridla.
Ntite- is hereby given that W. A. God-
.%in. purchaser of tax certificatess No.
:3T.. 3',1. late the 'nd -lay of June. A.
1). 1!-L'. has tiled said ,certiflcates in my
office. and has made application for
tax ,leed to issue in accordance with
i %\. Staid -certificates embrace the fel-
pwing It-scritled property situated in
Marion county. Florida. to-wit: 8%
of set, sec 3" and i'-, of set' sec I9. tp
14. range 24. The said land being as-
W'9s.-d. at the late of the issuance of
'uch ,-ertifit ate in the name of E. T.
Sai I. i'nless said certiticate shall be
re-lee meld accordingg to law. tax daed
%%ill issue thereon -on the ".Th day of Ju-
ly. A. 1I. l1:*t4.
Witniie-s my official signature and
-.-.i! this th- ,rdil day of June. A. D.
1"**4. S. T. Sistrunk.
.'l-rk *'iriuit Court. Marion Co.. FVI.

N TlICE 'F APPLICATION FOR
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap-
ter 4SAi Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that S. P. Mc-
4'lendon. purchaser of tax certiflcate
No. 722. dated the 2nd day of June. A.
* D. 1902. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance witk
law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated Ito
Marion county. Florida, to-wit: Late
I to 12 inc. blk 25. Belleview. The
Slnd land beinml as- s-d sit tho* dot of


LOW RATES ALL SUMMER


GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT
Gen. Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt.,
Little Rock. Ark.. Atlanta. Ga.


Rock Island
System


OCALA EVENING STAR. SATfURDAV. JUNE 18, 1904


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