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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 22, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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: VID03022
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA


EVENING


STARl


VeYlm 10, Nmbt 6 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1904 FPfty Cats a sm $5 a Y


TEA


PORT ARTHUR IS PREPARED


To Stand a Long SeigO-Plenty of Men.


We are closing outa li of


PROGR AT PORT IGLIS

Ships Constantly Loading With Phos-


* Ammunition and Provisions phate-Railroad Being Built and 0 pupils Iw
I. ksed4 Tea use Chase and an- in the Fortres Acid Cham, t to be re d O1000 miles
i/ *n, "-he Foo. June :21.-After spending $1 Walnesville. June 21.-Hon. Fred POmfenCO Wit
five days i a Russian prison. I was re- Cubberly, collector of customs for the Off cOOl
fhALse and olfmleased and put on board a Chinese junk ports of Cedar Keys and Port Inglis.
: lnandd sent to this place. was in Gainesville a day or two recent-
We have alo a Mixed Tea in pack- .. stories of starvation in Port Ar- ly on business politically. fe23d
forta hal pound-a splen- thur ad by the Japa nese .re un- Colone i ubberly states that Port Septt.14,1904.
Sd true. an stores iand supplies ar- con- Inglis is one of the busiest ports on
Mm ya want s something good and stanly driving at the th,*ege.l city the gulf coast just now and has been
ha and from Chinese ports. The J;.pat,,ra-e i for the past year. during which time DW g
f ___ _fblockade- is Ineffective. there has been approXimately $1.500,000
AT T "The garrison conits of -.o an ALL GO NE in phosphate shipped from that port. -
6iW.A*odne troalps. and the health of both A _O_ Nm Port Inglis the shipping point of the
y soldiers ;anl civilianss is g, ol. immense mines of the Dunnellon Phos-
beeThn re Jaire ande thhar b lor l n THE FAIR IS SOLVENT atng r in the stor t. remarked olletor ub-
cleared of t ,olsst. I wasmint.s new t berly. i now being built to tl* port and in E.E Y
fortshaondent ente construte, at. in myr s of the t. u this our is e o a few months the Butt- a cargo of
0 B FW E; w eEtheJT- bloc.kathe tish-g ia in ." t r i r r h ure Secretary of the 1.gnbach mines will have an outlhe Portt nd
H danger of falling into the hanrls i ef th- at th t t T ury tht h nee nt wor mae Port Inglis their chipping point.-
ent th o i th. As ane rrt w t t ghree large shnm t loa f t th uttnb are now h miadnge. The es-
AI "The Joalantse ar tachkeur byf lr n the :au- gt the P ik. M. I .. t-lig. j: ust 1. as I-' THE FAIR IS SOLVENT at the port." remarked collectorr Cfub-
a on the h l ning n the 13th ft l rturnd to th tr-ur with brly. "t nd a large four-mastedhachoon- FREEt the Dunnellon
throwndent to ntr Port Arthur i sall nt n t rent Fr i of the St. Louis r expected daily with a cargo of i the oer





(Athur. ,, In1ial ii can lt f ho n at TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY Inglis for the manufacture of acid stay with
SMISS B. N SINCLAIR The blCommkader of ga stern Sebas ll lrlK I ,"tr lll\ ,]:it. i. Wonderful things aed eretary of the 12Ih0 tons of railroad iron for the Port
So e Hector Fullerommeral thank. rrs iit h Organs then oTuy thatmpris he ned nt worry Inglis road. which will be used to con-
A i rJewt sent the above dispatch. asro-nes solilted. l P arc tis luirgst June .-.'ghl tak en out and scraped and polished and be ad phospha Buttgenbach mines. The ve
across to Pugh t Arthur friy the zr rh iau- by ik. Ms. . ll.li jut the intlen ill be pid sel will load out with hoshae forth
ta islalndy bty two 'hirltla'm ill an.Ino h r f the w.tl\r t LYEw.-r. I ,.il. on tht -late requirel by law. and the remernaeny.
on NOGRAPHER open boat. and. hLndiiig on the 13th o4f h %% litle returned to the treasury with-I "It is rumored that the Dunnellon
hiJune. was seized. blindfolded an. A'T )( It'.E 7K .E ut irely honest difficulty. pPhonphate Company will son begin
ene thral to l a isn r r a inside thi t Port Ar- he plae the erection of acid chambers at Port in the flower.
tYrT" th Ruian army. l acll t in cant prices that TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY and thais or the usanufdsacture of ard stay with



will lake u. inammation sets in, w phosphate f or domestic an d foreign use.th.
Mllet aas oNCLAIRnd: brew Commandeye. H of theeks ar shavern Sebasnd Ct .\ .lc ic.\v .\. ( l. A I- i onderfulthings th e done for the bThe incoming cargoes of esels will



Cedar and Cytal River his high forehead ftc of hair. hut the rp iil. C.. j J y the tl. treatment. Chamberlain's Pain O DR will
Key r art of hi i hi a human body by surgery. Organs are thn comprise acidple. while exports will t
r w STERS.n the above linel clted.. a u itersb-urg Jue \tlti.-H- ghyl taken out and scraped and polished and For a hund r phosphate. years or more Witch
mi Ea Flu ra c r thought of tby the c lar, wortshipl by I put back, or they may be removed en- Voilector Cubberly states that the;
Ifit)S FA L t y Iu *turn- I: mit 1, 1\ I4. .i qiky Its ; m P tI Dunnellon Phosophate Company in em-p
e-led and l'nal Stor-unrqsl i rin' s a the. I tttl e territ -tinth o f tie' th plae of diss. K eased sections of veins Balm DeWittng a large n umd o. of hicago. to dsco-




ka. wa s one dof his first t'etius. officee ae I'i tc IS AN U8T E RSO the Russian army. bledstcads Just in. and at prices that wunls. bu,)ns. bruises and like Injur-;and hat many thousands of dollars are'
In alpeaAl'alhi.e he is Je-wish with twill! niak"c < -,ltll I. i- before intlammation sets in. which i,aid out every month. nt
SI have fresh Bottcm Fish and hooked nose. thick lips and tpi,';tl 1te- S. .. o f. a >>uWsH.- them tto m heal without maturation- Hw o e etr
Mullet always on hand: brow eyes. His c.hee.ks art- shavei.n dnd llZ .Hi' RA\I:+S %'I.\ C. I_".. ;adtd in ,me-third the time required by F A HN E Y R1
FILLdar K and Crstal Rivehr hi high for"i> l f- of hair.utat rte the" i n' an' el l r )1 l I. the' ani treatment. Chamberlain-s Pain FOR A a UNl RED Ye ARS g
lower art f hisl- is hill tri acts ntail. For sae by all druggistsnciple. Itel Salve is the best salve in the world 2 PER DAY.






W ose l to h ta(tutathiH csa- pritipluc. It foresores, c snburnsobruises andopiles.W t
M EN FKS ILT IHe is a ..rti..t. who r.,es P.It A r -t tuikly. It also allays the pain and- or remedy, but it remained forE. e.
Opened and delivered upon request thur \ith -'s 'o of iri>n. "NIP Vr,- ,l- il iti le trrilr\ >.! tll 0,f thl ( l ,,h.,,)li-., -e ss. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm D^*t and Ska.'g wax onet f hi ist l o rs. th is ii vur home and it will save you time er how countermbne these, and virt he o pub- WitODAch




SEE E, IC Nl mt- fohn d ru are tl Ut 'l"DeWItt's' on the package, and accept
Informofaisalve.he e itt'salWeintthewor-
Sneral e sold in ias r a- irst cla. far f.r the r l trip Juries entail. For sale by all druggis no ots. her Sol by PER DAY.A o
Sthn n The highf th sanding of this th ulve ha
C ";"t -- liksear j almost ev,-ry I ,-,1k in o.e ,,r given ripe to counterfeits, and the pub- G(ODALt
anotherr ,of the+ IKussia nne s-l.al,-.r.s. B T lie Is advised to look for the name
.he l il Mos.-owt, ald St. l,,+rt+..nllurg L M B no other. Sold by Wm. Ander.on.

p iTER AND BUILDER treses.. AN AWFUL EXAMPLE
Ofera ha services to the people of The defender of Port Arthur has seen R O C H OR D R SSE D --D d Ld a
mudh act tive service. atil the tale of his Smoked and Drank and Lived Over a
Ocals. and vicinity for work In his line.,
If recommendations and good work the long row f medal whi h he wears t or Pn -
Coeut. then I feel capable to make es- the long edlwhih he ear Stamford. Conn.. June 21.-John
timates and carry them to a successful en his l t. He has ll. Bradley. who claimed to be the oldest
J. D. Williams. general Stews.l is a fihst rate car Y M Oan i mer'ca. is dea lat itch's Sol-
No. 13S. S. 2nd St.. Ocala. Fla. ilhayter. ad. lik, ost tussian eficers. ,iers' Home. Noroton Heights, Conn. Her styles lea
a .mber. He il not. however. t- PHONE NO. 25. Ocala Fla Jhn Bradley. or "Andy" Bradley. am there the mos
INO. 25.he w fnans n own that horne As.delared



r.M) CAlfPC ,.Irate- high Iplay anliong his sulolrdi-
Snates, and privates. found playing for
-- a lneon*4 ." are severely dealt w% ith.
I "No Russian officer litow the rank
FANCY GROCERIES ,of general can afforI to play c':r.ls." is
one of the maxims ascribed to him.


ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS


Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
Ry lmanty cases of asthma that %were cotn-
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Huesing.
Te.1 West Third St.. Davenport. Iowa.
\writes: "A severe cold contracted
twelve years ago was neglected until
it finally grew into asthma. The best
medical skill available could not give
. me more than temporary relief. Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar was recommended
and one 50c. bottle entirely cured, me
of asthma. which had been gro twing on
me for twelve years. and if I had taken
it at the start I would have beep saved
TOR years of suffering." Sold by the Post-
office Drugstore.


THE AMERICAN BOAT LED
Plant's Yacht Won the Race. but not
the Cup
Heligcol.tan. June J1. -lr. 3. e; liug-
l.as Ke'i's >.aitI Vailthora %%as th' \in-
tn-r of tht. r.i't- for the l- 'lt-iir VWil-
.linm cup. o .t the' tc'urst- fr emL Iiover
to Heligolatla.. ti h,. h sti .tet S.tur.l.iy
mlortning.
The. schtoini.r Ignomar. owneyl n .y
Morg.i F-. Plai.t of New York. w .is th.1
first to reach tht-e i;,;!;u i-sint. but
,lid not gft a pl.ia- \\ninag t., the f.. t
th.t she w's a .1t atc h l.it.. ,and. hail t**
.llo all omner t-tito:rs h.in.iit .ij's r;ta.-
itg- fotinm ivf t. nine .it 1 l !i,- -h.alf
hours.


REVOLUTION IMMINENT
A sure sign of approach!ng revolt aund
serious trouble in your system is ner-
vousness. sleeplessness or stomach up-


For the finest UbeaI dcaUes
and Fancy Groceries in the city


REMEMBER THE


FRENCH BAKE]
HAS THEM

MACAROONS


and


LADY FINGER
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIE


f V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
..tt **to Gmanteed
SAddress
sOX M1 OCALA. FLA


HERE IS A GOOD Inik

While your family Is away for the
suinmer let us put your plumbing in a
S caitary condition. Your trip away for
S the summer will do no good if you come
home and breathe sewer gas all win-
ter. Florida Plumbing and Electric
Company.


SCommercial Bank
0 BRANCH OF
a COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE


0 CAPITAL


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
AND SOLD


J. M. MEFFERT.


J. H. TAYLOR.


Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice work-
A"i.. 4."-. & t l &ft.- n.oAo.t.. .. -_J .. w Awa. ---


LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE


tution with a patronage of mOW thea
m ivre different states corwia a8m
in diameter, desires immediate cone
h any any young lady who wihe to Ag
A postal card or letter will briag mme-
ad interesting information.
Annual Session will begin on Wedaesda,
J.. M RHODES, Prs. Littleto,. C.


IRDS BROTHERS

AT TME CTn Y EKl

Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

I CHOICE FLORIMA EATS
ND ALL OTHER VEOrTABLIE IN SAW
TELEPpfl w





And stays there, there's honey
Possibly you have observed that customm


E & CSIALSS,
OCAL, nlsm


DE INN AND COTTAMES
a"d Pila ReRamt he t Fe .& C *d


THING MODERN
Homelike and Comfortable.
lotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
res HORACE F. SIEWART,
o ,s. ,-- m,


t Millinery



M t iemgat Lie o. Md.Aa ft Cy

d the world of fashion, ana always will be found
t exquisite production of modern art and styles


that he was one hundred and thirty- THE LATEST PARIS CREATION
six years old. The hospital authori-
ties at Noroton figured that he was at An Ecluelve and Beat ea l Line of Dram HaE Aflways
least one hundred and three.
Bradley was born in Ireland and was,
an old man at the outbreak of the civil A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.
war. In order to give himself the ap-
pearance of youth so that he might en-
list he dyed his hair black. He amok-';
ed constantly and drank as much whis- BRE
i ky as he wanted or could procure. A. E. BURNETT
Another Methusaleh


Montgomery. Ala.. June 21.-Gabriel
Capers. 196 years of age. a kinsman of
Hishop Capers, of the Southern Metho-
-list church, is at the Mountain Creek
Confederate Soldiers' Home. near here.
He arrived recently from Baldwin


county.
Capers says he was born in 17:i7 and
fought in the Indian war of 1'36. the
Mexia;:ti war and the war between the
States. He is very feeble.


A COSTLY MISTAKE


m pa TI m smionUU, t anas a resul, at e Blunders are sometimes very expen-
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest Iee. siv. Occasionally life itself is the
Rice of a mistake, but you'll never be
P o ne o. 8 4. 3Awrong If you take Dr. King's New Life
^^- M U < 'Pills for Dyspepsia. Dizziness. Head-
ache. Liver or Bowel troubles. They
WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS E':t: ::":",g"tor. "
EXCURSION TO SOUTH GEORGIA

Special Sale AND WEST FLORIDA POINTS


SJune 27-2 Via the Atlantic Coast Line
Of Sew g M ch1%Ase Th' At nti ot ..Jn, Unill -11 S 0
Sa t ick-ts. frum all p.-ints in 1Florida on its 0


We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used--some
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 be seen
and tried, if desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $142
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "NLw Home" and "Wheeler and Wil.


!in to Val.,,sta. Thornasvill.- Boston.
P..wi'.bridga. Albainy. Titton. Ga.. Mon-
ti.-ello arn.l <':attahoech,-a. Fla.. an]l
.r-turn at \-rv !.)w rates. Tickets will
be sold for all regular trains of Juno
27 and m,'rning trains of June 2S. lim-
ited to return until Tuesday. July 5.
An excellent opportunity to visit the
above points at small cost. For fur-


THiE JEWELER

PINKE WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVI

JEWELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

OCALA PIn


WORI'S


533,90


FMIlMRS


IL und Trip., nbbO
ly. coood Umown S

Sound r 64
days..O eb
T h u rudUs is 3m Goo
only insemebeft


From Jackoville


Rw'.rvi Trip. ton a!-ale'&1y.
I, -A t i..- lseeemb rI -r' ,

K.u.u,.iTrap "Ion'-ale 1a1-
-y e..- gaivy day*.


527.50

120.95


Southern Railway
WorM's Fair Route, St. Lm
Either through A'lanta and Chattanao.ga or Columbia a"nd Ahevfl


I


01~


- $50.00.Oo


I 11 -1


* ,%^


Iim irla*il


1 11, %;S W RM 1 itLe 9011. tr'ilr


W-.


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PAWR TWO OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 194.


TRlE IMSE THAT TREATS YOU RIlW


"EAGLE BRAND"


DAINTY


UNDERWEAR


H. B. MASTERS,

m m SOLE MENT


GC'w6XL~.A. L7


EVENING STAR

C. L. ITTINGER A CO.

C. L. SttiW r and R. R. Carroll
r.4wkttei and Publishers

C. L. BITTINGER&
UITN and Genersl Manager.

Rt. CARROLL,
City Editor Mnd Business Manager

Be share and read the Seaboard ex-
cwrio advertisement in the southwest
corer oof this page.

T-B Star bears with regret .of the
death of Mr. Alexander E. Wattles of
Palatka. He was born in Georgia.
served when merely a youth In the
Co federate army, went to Brunswick.
Ga., at the close of the war and started
the rst daily paper ever issued in that
city, then came to Palatka. where in
1893 he and his sons established the
Palath. Dally Advertiser. Some years
ago he relinquished the newspaper bus-
Iness to give all of his time to an in-
valid wife. In 1895. he, like the rest
at the orange growers, lost his fine
grove on the Heights. west of Palatka.
A good citlsen has gone to his rest.

Pat Randall. the merchant of Con-
or,. wa aIn the city today and inform-
ed a Star reporter that his prospects
for a good orange crop were promising.
He has Just installed an irrigating
plant, and a aix-horse power gasoline
aenne., purchased from J. C. Camp-
bell, state agent.

W. L Martin, a former Marion coun-
ty heoy. who, years ago. bought Jim
White's paper at 'itra, is now editor
of the Florella, Ala.. Gazette. Mr.
Martin married one of Charles Thomias*
daughters. The Gazette is a good pa.
per. full of sparkling locals. live ad-
vertisements and shows up the muni-
cipality. Success to Editor Martin and
his paper.

Mr. Mike Waldron of the Daisy see-
tin was in town today with his daugh-
ters and grandchildren. Mr. W. Is one
of the largest cattle owners in Marion
county. and is the man who sold Mr.
C. C. Carlton the carload of cattle yes-
terday for $0l$.

Mr. Murrell. the popular railroad
agent at McIntosh, made a ten strike
last fai when he purchased the FEtta
orange grove at Boardman for $350.1.
He sold last year's crop for $1625, and
says there is fruit enough on the trees,.
over 14*0 boxes, to see him to the gtodi.
He deserves It.

Henry Gordon. marshal of Dunnellon
and sAerWf-elect of this County, came
up this mea. and with wife and baby
uroceede to Webster and akeland.
where his wMr Iad baby will lvltt Mre.
GOordl m Mier. and Mr. 0. wIll go on
to Clmerw~tr a" Tem&a, the ,foWerN
place being his old stamping ground.

Mr. John E. Bailey has gone to taike
Weir to enjoy a few days tt hathiuhg
and shing.

Mr. Jason Grant. a former resident
et Blltchton. Ocals and Inverness. but
nw of Atlanta. came in this .ifternoutn
on his way to Inverness, where he \i't!l
get the remains of his little son. Daniel.
bried ten years ago. and take them
back to Atlanta to bury them tbside
those of his little sister. Allie. \vho
died last March. Mr. Grant has many
friends in Marion county w ho ~will be
pleased to see him.

4 FIGHT WILL BE BITTER


HOSPITAL INMATES


Marion Mcu'lendon. Belleview.
plication of troubles; Dr. Walter
,tte.nling


iT" FRATERNAL UNION ELECTION
Concordia lodge of the Fraternal
Union of America held its regular
meeting in Yonge s hall last night. The
principal business was the election of
officers and the following is the list.
though it was not a walkover by any,
means, so highly do some of the mem-
bers esteem the honor: Fraternal mas-
ter. W. L. Jewett; Justice. R. G. Blake:
Protector. Jake Brow n; Truth. E. C.
Smith; Mercy. 4'. L. Bittinger; Guide.
R. E. Yonge; Guard. H. A. Waterman;
Sentinel. G. L. Taylor: Stewards. Z. Ct.
Chambliss. H. 4'. Jones. E. L. Iey.
Jake Brown contested with W. L.
Jewett. and only fell without the wire R.* S.
by a few votes, and the defeat was an
honor, as Jake belongs to more secret
and fraternal societies than any man
in Ocala, and to his credit be it said
is more regular in attendance, when
the number Is considered, than any
SR man on the roll.
There was much amusement during
the evening in the "passage of armss" GOF
In a verbal sense, between Fraters
Gottlieb, Blake. Brown and Chambliss. Editor S
all adding good natured zest to the oc- columns to
caston. democratic
The installation will take place the high h4i,,o
third Tuesday in July. when a social making in
will be indulged in. with the accom- p<'rtant of
paying refreshments, and to that end be the rec
Messrs. *Yonge. Blake and Ley were dence. thu
made a committee to attend to the this impor
same. To this feast of reason and flow ways be h
tof soul the frateresses of the order tiomn by mnt
com- Ihave been cordially invited. namely. lspe.iall
Hood Mesdames. R. G. Blake. Jakt Brown. sincerely t
H. 4'. Jones and 'harl-s Phillips. out Marilai


D. D. Anderson, Palasoffkee. mala- The occasion promises a pleasant
rial fever; Dr. Powers attending. gathering.


ing .iit.I i-f
St;alkc,-5 gi


i nvn1



1I lV 1


R. L. Andermom,


George MacKay,


Ge Fe Foed,


hUh


- - $50)OO.


M IFR M4OFR


p1. K.
Huibut A. Fed.


President:


F. L WATSON.


RDON'S GRATITUDE

?tar: I desire through your
a express my gratitude to the
voters of Marion for the.
r they have shown trne by
e their nominee for the im-
sheriff of the county. To
ipient of this vote of confi-
s practically electing me to
tant post of duty, shall al-
e-ld in the highest apprecia-

ly do I desire to thank most'
ny personal friends through-
n county for their unwaver-
fective support. in many in-
ven under the most trying


S(oncordia lodge. No. 1l1. Ocala, of circumstances. To have such loyal.
Colored Patients the Fraternal Union of America. is in such true friends. places me under oh-
Mona Miller, Felicia. operation case: a flourishing condition and numbers ligations to them that I can never re-
Dr. Hood. 163 members, the largest membership pay. but will ever gratefully remember.
Dan Jacobs. Eureka, both legs broken i of any order in the city. Charles To my friends and neighbors here
below the knees by tram car running Sage of the Western Union Telegraph in Dunnellon who gave me all their
over them; Dr. Powers. 'Company. Is the efficient secretary and votes-all they had-I am under more
John Sherman. Eureka, both legs faithful treasurer of the order. The lasting obligations than ever before. al-
broken by tree falling on him: Dr. lodge last night agreed to rent the though they had time and again honor-
Hood. Yonge hall for one year. The meeting edl mi- highly. To receive such a flat-
Robert Allen. Silver Springs. shot in night is the third Tuesday in each tearingg and unanimous endorsement by
right foot; Dr. Smith. month. Fraters. remember July 19, and my home people is an honor even
Henry Campbell. near Silver Springs. come. greater than receiving the office. I
left arm broken by falling limb: Dr. sincerely thank them for this manifes-
Izlar. FEEL IMPENDING DOOM tatiin of their confidence.
The hospital is doing good work and To Mr. Galloway. who was my com-
getting along nicely. The feeling of impending doom in the petitor. I desire to express my thanks
minds of many victims of Bright's dis- for his hearty congratulation. his
A NEW INDUSTRY ease and diabetes has been changed to graceful and happy acceptance of the
thankfulness by the benefits derived ti-suit, and also his voluntary promise
Henry Blesch. having made such a from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It that, as a true d-emok'rat. he will not
success in grafting maiden cane on will cure incipient Bright's disease and only suplil-rt the ticket as nominated.
sandspur grass, will go into partner- diabetes and even in the worst cases but als., to upholdl me in the discharge
ship with Sam Teague in the raising of give comfort and relief. Slight disor- "f th,. 'luties incumbent upon me.
squirrels for market, ders are cured In a few days. "I had In conclusion. I w'ish to say that I


THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS

W. L. Yancey, Paducah. Ky.. writes:
"I had a severe case of kidney disease
and three of the best physicians in
Kentucky treated me without success.
I then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The
first bottle gave me immediate relief,
and three bottles cured me permanent-
ly. I gladly recommend this wonder-
ful remedy." Sold by the Postaffice
Drugstore.
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g THI


Those who will persist In closing
their ears against the continual recom-
medaUton of Dr. King's New Discov-


diabetes in it.? worst form," writes M- shall earnestly endle*avor. in return for
rion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I tried the P e trust and cohrgnfidence duties of-
eight physicians without relief. Only t"d i'* me. to dischargee the duties of
three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure pais gl fl lly, wihot regard to
made me a well man." Sold by the !ast llitical allignment. irrespective
Postoffice Drugstore. Sold by the fy rson or persons, truly accord-
Sing to law. By so doing I hope. in a
in llsmall mloasure, at least to show the
HARRIS LINDNER I;.people of .Marion county how highly I
l appreciate the great honor they have
This morning at 1t o'chlok a great played Upon me.
social event occurred at Anthony-the Very respectfully,
marriage of Miss Blanche Lindner to
I Dunnellon. Fla. Henry Gordon.
Mr. Thomas F. Hlarris of Valdos.ta. i;a.
Rev. Sistrunk performed the ceremony.
The wedding %was a home affair, only WM. ANDERSON
the families of the contracting parties Asks the readers of this paper to test
being present. The bridal couple left the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
"n the noon train for Valdosta. where Those persons who have used it and
the groom is a valued e-mploye of the who have been cured by it, do not hes-


<;',"rgia Southern and Florida Ry. The
bride is the attract tive. :mnl only dtaugh-
ttcr of lDr. and Mrs. C'. W. Lindne-r. She
is a great favorite %% wherever known and
counts her friends by the hundred.
The groom. Mr. Harris. is a son of
the late John Harris of 4'itra.. where he
grew to young manhood and has many
friends, who esteem high highly for his
sterling,. manly qualities.
The Star extends congratulations
and hopes that their life's journey will
be one of leacae and happiness. with its
attending blessings.

NOTICE TO WOODMEN


itate to recommend it to their friends.
Kodol digests what you eat, cures indi-
gestion. dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles. It increases strength by en-
abling the stomach and digestive or-
gans to contribute to the blood all of
the nutriment containel In the food.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and
palatable.

GOOD ROADS
The Tampa Tribune,. speaking of the
igood1 roads convention. now in session
in that city, said Hon. H. W. Long's
allre-ss %%as reIeived with a formal
Svte. ;also Mr. I.ong's relKirt of Marion's


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REPLY TO H. E. WILLIAMS


Editor Star: Please allow me space
in your valuable paper to reply to an
article that appeared in your paper last
Friday over the signature of Hugh E.
Williams. intending to cast reflections
upon Hon. H. W. Long for gross neg-
iigence of his official duty as commis-
sioner ,of the second district of this
county. Mr. Long reported to me in
February that complaint had been
made about some logs across the Ocala
and Archer road. and to give it my Im-
rnediate attention. I suppose this is
the roadl that Mr. Williams had refer-
ence to when he saidi the Ocala and
,ainemville road. Mr. LIong and my-
self drove over this road the first day i
in March and found several logs across
it. I had all the logs removed from the'
road on the 7th and Sth of March. but i
not for any political favor or clique.
but as a duty to the public and myself
as road overseer. While in that neigh-,
borhood it was reported to me by some
of the best citizens that this road had
been neglected for the past two years.
hut those good people could not accuse
Mr. Long with this negligence, as he
had personally notified each of the
former overseers to give this road their
personal attention. I simply make this
statement that the public may get the
facts in the case. and in justice to Mr.
Iong and myself. W. W. McPully.
Berlin. Fla. (overseer. Di.t. No. 2.

SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
Is courting death more suddenly but
not more surely than neglecting kid-
ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure a slight disorder in a few days,
and its continued use will cure the most
obstinate cases. It has cured many
people of Bright's disease and diabetes.
who were thought to be incurable. If?
you have kidney or bladder trouble.
commence taking Foley's Kidney Cure
today, before Itis too late. Sold by
the Postoffice Drugstore.

HOG STEALING


T. W. SMITH & COMPANY



Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are now open for b MsiMs
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Class: Agents for Patton's Son Proaf Painet a
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Teob of a
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware. Agateware, ete. Seesh, ~De
and Blinds. Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Steves and Rangea-M-e-
better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwoeed Fenaing. The Lw
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Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Familrri *L Uib
With the Wants of the People. Your Busines Solicited
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Any color or a lavor.
Ordprq filled on demandd in any quam-.
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We An SOll Hutang.
and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-
tomers are great we have disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our
efforts to meet the desire for a grade
of lumber of the best quality have been
Appreciated far beyond our expecta-
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S. .- ; good,. roads. saying Marion wats an ex- Henry Norman. colored,. was tried in
All Woodn.n who intend g,,ilg to : tnipil- for their counties to follow and' eral Bullock's court and convicted

sist in installing theam,p at that place shul, ha- rad C. miles of harding t f J. H. llr' hogs. R
will please report before that time to)Ing a if oJ. H.. y th Tribune ahofsJ.ller's
will ple rert twf, re thti t* ol. 'f Mr. S. R. IPyles. the Tribune Bullock defenlel th.- prisoner and Ed-
Council 'onimm:n.nder J. .;. Spurlin. All sa h. is. a ,,,l itizen of Marion and win Sn r r-presented, the state.
who v.an go dohwn iare urged to lo so. n. enthusi..stic representative of the Int*-n, has not yet tbn ; .. s.e W VN Id.
bIanner ~.,unty of Middllo- FlIrida.
THROWN FROM A WAGON A STRONG HEART
Mr. George K. Bb was thrPearl tooth wash s the best. We sell Is assured y perfect digestion. Indi-:
Mr. George K. ab k was thrown ostoffce Drugstore.stmah and puff
from his wagon and severely bruised. -- .. h
it up against the heart. This causes
He applied Chinot-erlain's Pain Rlm
H al h eais n shortness of breath. palpitation of the _ ______
freely and says it is the best lninimrnt _hra_-n l;_kr.._,
heart, and general weakness. Kodol.
lhe ever used. M1r. Uabcotik ;s :i Nwll TH E
h evrused. Mr. ltbt k ,II t i Dvysp-i.sia u'ure cures indligestion. re-
known citizen of North 1'Ii:. i'onn.
livess the stomia h, takes the strain
There is nothing equal tol' P iili TEXAS C off the 4eart and resttores it to a fu'l
for ;sprain s an, brude. It I- t e%% ,ir ff-,t p erforman. e of its fun.-tion naturally.
a ,u. in one-third the tim- r.,luir- Ko.]l in.rases the strength by enab-
by any other treatment. For sale toy Iing the st,,oma.'h and digestive organs
all Iruggists. ]to ,jigest. assimilate and apprlrprlate

The -Fourth in ,.,l. pom.. l, .. inutrini-rt. Tones the stoma, h a.idl di-
.. big '.ay. ;Gene.ll lorit..tti.s.: nill nd W tee Line gesive org-ins. Sold by Wm. Ander-
;.r-'va il. The l.iy v .11 I.. un.!er th- S,-n.
:ausi. ,.'f the ,,' u.ioe, .1 r-;ow Across the Enttre States of'
th :.ty nd unty whh a th. 4th. n i. .BURGLARS ABROAD
!% ill -,brat, th-ir in nual nmy-..: . *
vas esela!':wt,- t:r n tus, .a ..an,. 'nnrl ini.ntLire o fr-i.ht di-- T ckets on sale
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OCALA EVENING itAA WEDNESDAY. JUNE 22, 104.


PNK tin


OCAlA C


ee elM BItter-Milk at Taylor's.
/ MK 3a ph Bathford Is quite DLI
e" Rack OGinger Ale at Taylor's.
L. Johns ot Starke aI in the city.
-lr_ t-Queacher at Taylor's. Ice cold.
TWtpe e I116. if you want painlating

Chesagm e Mist at Taylor'a. La-
M' Favorite.
Unaidlterated Pepsi-Cola at Tay-
Ibi. Try Lt.
h TtU-Frattt cream at Taylor's.
Tallir-made.
FPrit Prappe cream at Taylor's.
Tai tr-made.
KiM Abbie McCarthy went to St.
Augsme today.
J. W. SBrdny ot Macon. Ga.. In at
the Montesuma.
The Montezuma had thirty-four ar-
rivral yesterday.
W. 0. Relleair of Jacksonville is at
the Orala HoMue.
NMrvela. Grenadine and Meveral new
drinks at Taylor's.
I" meat elegat dlaW ot eady
islaow t DamW.


W .. Sweat of Crystal River
the Moate ma today.


was at


L. '. Davis of Juliette was at the
Ociak House yesterday.
Three flavors of ice cream in stock
al the time, at Taylor's.
A. Hardaker of Ieroy was a guest of
the Ocala House yesterday.
Beat work la painting and paper-
bea~ing done by Sternherger.
Bemator N. A. Blitch of Montbrook
-W at the Montezuma today.
When In doubt, smoke the Miloe Dey
se. tdar. All principal dealers.
Win. P. Kirk of Washington. D. C..
i a guest of the Ocala House.
PFr reliable painting and papering
-a J. Starr Sternberger. phone 116.
Werk done by Sternberger In palit-
Mg and papertng guaranteed.
D. R. Morrison and wife of Morriston
were at the Montezuma yesterday.
Lt eof stationery and stationers' sup-
ilasm just received. Ocala News Co.
Mr. Frank Drake. Mr. (amp's book-
geeper. was in Gainesville yesterday.
Major Ilar returned yesterday from
IL trip to his old home at Blackwell.
M.C.
Geri 's Witch Hazel Soap. best for
ard water. Try It. Postoflice Drug-

0. R. Ellis of Gainesville. the fertil-
lear salesman, was at the Montezuma
teday.
StIky fly paper and floor wax. Fresh
steck Just received. TydIngs & Co.
S pheme No. 9.
Alex. Moorhead went to Orange Laike
' this afternoon to do some surveying
for Ben Chambers.
Jas. A. Merrell. the- popular railroad
agent at Mclntosh. was in the city last
evening and this morning.


PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER j
Mr. B. H. Seymour desires to correct !


the impresion he lost all his lumber i.nilht. showers and ctoler Thurs- the bright young telegraph messenger.
nl his late fire. This is a mistake. He day afternoon. was seriously injured by falling from
has thousands of feet of seasoned- hi bicyt' le. He bad been out to Mr.
dreamed lumber at hin mill. three miles DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED Fausetts to answer a call. and was re-
north of Ocala. consisting of flooring. By local apipli. ceiling and siding. Olve him a call. reach the dis*.sd portion of the ear. the S. A. L. track at a rapid rate. Phil
There is only on,- way tu cur- deafness. Robinson. who was near by. saw him
W. B. McGroarthy of the Southern and that is by constitutional remedies, throw up his hands and spread out his
Railway was at the Ocala House yes- afness is caused by an inflamed con- legs and pitch forward on his head.
terday. edition of the mucous lining of the Eus- Phil brought him in and carried him
tachian Tub*-. When this tube is in- home in an uncons-.ious condition.
Great bargains In millinery, fringes, flamed you have a rumbling sound or Lat y remained unconscious all night
veilings, chiffons, flowers. ribbons. imlerfect hearing., ad iIhen it is en- but was rational today. His head
baby caps. children's hats. etc.. Thurs- tirely close-l deafness is the result, and struck a smooth rock and was badly
day and Friday. at Mrs. Minnie A. unless the inflammation can be taken bruised. Mr. Landers. Ieaby's father.
Bostlck's. out and this tube restored to its nor- says he has been sick for some time.
mal canditiun. hearing will be destroy- and he thinks he was seized with an
-Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Savage are en- ed forever. Ninecases out of ten are attack of vertigo, as the boy does not
tertaining their son. H. C. Savage. who caused by Catarrh, which is nothing remember falling. His bicycle was
has been absent in Georgia for several but an inflamed condition of the mu- badly wrecked in the fall.
years. cous services.
We will give One Hundred Dollars The Star regrets to report the death
We have just received a large ship- for any ase f D-afness (caused by of Mrs. E. H. Cook. in Ocala. Sunday.
me ot of Tablets and Envelopes of all: ctaha that cannot be cured by Hall's Her remains were taken to the family;
s*ies and grades; also all kinds of Sta- ,atarrh ure. Send for circulars, free. burial ground of the Harrisons. two
tiner' supplies. Call and get prices. F. J. Cheney and Co.. Toledo. O. miles and a half west of Flemington.
Oeala News Company. Sold by druggists. 75c. where Rev. Prison conducted the fu-
Halls Family Pills are the best. neral services. Mrs. Cook (nee Harr-
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Simmonis of the son had only been married eight
Andalusia section, several miles east of CEMETERY ASSOCIATION months and came to Ocala with her
Citra. are solicitng funds to buy an or- husband and purchased what is known
gan for their Sunday school. We trust T'he inml,-rs ,tf th- '-mtery Aqso- as the Peter Ingram place. where she
they will be successful., I action ill m.t .it the home of .Mrs. died. She leaves a husband and two
- ----- .-. Thursday aftrrn.on at 4 brothers. J. K. and W. 0. Harrison. to
For Thursday and Friday I offer a '.,'k mourn her death. She was a very e-s-
big line of flowers, ribbons and trim-I timable woman and greatly belovedl by
mings of all kinds at and below cost. IThe Ocala Jersy p'rmery can sup :a11 who knew her.
to close out stock. Mrs. Minnie A. Boos- plly from on,. quart to tvn-ty-five gal-
htic Ions of milk pe-r day. Parties can get
milk. lahbber or butter any time of day
Mr. F'aison Brown. ana Mr. Miles by sekilitig to the dairy; corner North
Landers. who drove over to Salt iFrnklin St.
Springs to enjoy the medicinal quali- t
ties of its waters, were driven home by T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's
. -. .Al .iss Claudia Miller. of the teaching Candy. Fresh Shiomenta Reeived


the mosquitoes that fairly swarme, fore f th- Ive ,ak High School. Weekly.
around the springs. who %,is the gu-st for a da of Miss
Nellie Stevens. has gsone to Sumterville People passing today through the of-
Please ask your physician to send or to visit friends. Miss Miller was a flee of the Montezuma hotel couldn't
leave your prescriptions and orders for former teacher in the- drugs wlh us. We give car.-ful atten- S.h,",l and has many frienI. s here. tered there. At least, the immense
tion. prompt delivery and the lowest of brass trumpet in the southwest corner
prices. Tyding. & Co.. pho.e No. 30. WANTED-To rent a good 5-room looked like the horn with which the
0 ttage. Must be in good locality, and archangel will awaken us on resurrec-
Mr. C. C. Carlton of Nocatee. De- If suitable would buy. Inquire at this tion day.
Soto county, a cattleman, was in the Iof'ce.
city yesterday, where he loaded a car _FOR SALE-Lady's saddle and
of Oklawaha beef cattle. Next week blanket: good as brand new. Z. C.
he will gather in four carloads from the Chambliss
Rochelle section. r fr 1 I


The excellent cigars made by Charles
Peyser. the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy-
al. can be had at the Ocala News Co.
Mrs. W. D. Graham is -enjoeying a vis-
it front her sister. Mrs. Edward Weath-
ers. of Newberry. aind together they
will take in the Carter's Pond picnic
Thursday. Mrs. Weathers was for-
inerly Miss Jessie Carter. daughter of
"Uncle" Mabe <'arter of Carter's Pond.
Fresh milch cows kept on hand for
sale the year round. Parties wishing
a good milch cow. or a carload of them.
will save money by calling on D. M.
Boney.
Dr. Henry Robinson of Jacksonville.
president of the Commercial Hank. is
In the city visiting his daughter. Mrs.
A. H. Marsh.
I have a few choice lots. 90x200 feet.
one-half block north of Oklawaha. just
hack of the houses of G. T. Maughs and
A. G. Gates. Price very low. F. W.
Ditto.
George Mcdahagin. the A. C. L. con-
ductor. who has been located at Dun-
nellon for the past year. is now on the
"k-ala and Homosassa morning train.
Lots 100x!04 in Benton's subdivision.
Finest location in town. Price re-
duced to $!0o to S35.'\ They go in a
hurry. Call on Ditto. Merchants' block.
O:'ala. Fla.
Messrs. J. K. and W. it. Harrison.
leading citizens and prominent farm-
ers and stock menti of the Flemington
section. were in the city today.


HAVE YOU A COUGH?


yer woolen goods. Nothing else so A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syr-
eed. Pontoffkce Drvtore up will relieve it. Have you a cold? A
dose of Herbine at bedtime and fre-
For P-etection against loss by flre. quent small doses of Horehound Syrup
call on Ditto. real estate and insur- during the day will remove It. Try it
amce. Ocal,. Fla. for whooping cough. for asthma, for
consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe
NothIng as good for connoisseurs a, McGrath. 327 E. First St.. Hutchison.
a Oraad Royal t0c. cigar. Sold by all Kans.. writes: "I have used Ballard's
priocipal dealerS. H.rehound Syrup in my family for five
Years. and find it the best and most
J. C. Lusk. S. D. Pekett. E. I.. Kyle. palatable medicine I ever used." 25c..
and E. L- Ryan of Jacksonville are atl 50, $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
the Ocala House. Drugstore.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jeffords are en- WORLD'S FAIR RATES
tertaiuing their nephew. Mr. Thomas
Royal, of Fernandina. Via L. and N. R. R.
Closing out at cost. children's hats. Excursion tickets now on sale daily
baby caps. etc.. for Thursday .ind It from O-,ala to St. Louis :and return.
day. Mrs. Minnie A. Ekstick. S45.55-Return limit December 1.
S3.OO--Return limit 6. days.
The city council failed to get a quo- $30..55-Return limit 15 days.
rum last night. The only members to Special coach excursions. $23. Re-
report were Dr. t'hace and Mr. B. A. turn limit tO days from 'late of sale.
Weather. Tickets sold Tuesdays and Thursdays
in June.
Ie cream at Troiler's. The season Corresponding low rates from other
bhas now opened, and the best that pure points. The L and N. is the best line


ior uinnerI


Well, fjst phone


THE FAIR


They'll get it there

W.W. Caran& Co.
You will find a well selected stock ot


G. P. Bryan. brother of T. D. Bryan. SUeal
with Mclver and MacKay. passed
through Ocala yesterday from Haw-
thorne. whither he was to see his fath-
er. who is improving rapidly. He was
on his way home to Likeland, where
he is railroad agent.
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick offers on
Thursday and Friday, big inducements
to close out certain lines of millinery


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During the month of July Rev. L. B.
Warren. Intstor of the Ocala Baptist
church. will fill the pulpit of the First .
Baptist church of Richmond. Va.. the
largest church in the South. He will
leave Monday for Richmond.
Mclver and MacKay have just re-
ceived some of the handsomest ladles' O c
desks ever seen In Florida. LO c
During the absence of the pastor for
the month of July. the entire interior osp te, 1 =lfl
'f h' in. *: &t *.*t i I:ii t -il ha EII1mM7


go t ll i t laptst cIurI W ll be re-mllm-
groceries at -,1. new paper and mouldings will be
CARMAN A CO'S., put on walls and ceilings, and some
other improvements made.
on North Main St., north of city mar
ket. REMINGTON, SMITH-PREMIER,
Specialties- DENSMORE, HAMMOND
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, TYPEWRITERS
CHICKENS AND EGGS -Just Resoeived at-
Remember the place and rest assur- OCALA MUSIC COMPANY
ed we will treat you right.
The ocala Seed Store reelived the
W. W. CARMAN & CO. first wagon load of this seasNn's pack-
ing of 3-pound canned tomatoes from
the 4'. M. 'Carni Company at Reldlick.
S UM R This company has 3.Too canis on hand
and expIats to pack every one of them. i
D. M. Boney has just arrived with a
carload of fine young graded Jersey
cons. all fresh in milk and first class
Handsome line of piece milkers. They can be seen at his barns.
goods in stock for s corner North Franklin St.
tross ad ovefCOats I *puty Sheriff Hutson thinks he hasi
We are tp-tO-date ti na th sl:tiy-r of William Ruth in the per-
teril a worknanship. sn of Allen Love. whom he arrested
Al ordes skillflly and.t ,, st anl,,ly an']d 4'o's. livery stabl-e.
AS_ .t work he.t-.- he \ ;as ttenmpting t,> sell his
,'rip. c.,isiting of 'or,, t Mr.t r Stan-l-
M y gaa .te -y. Iv,- lives out n,-ir ,where the
J 9 _y Burnett, traptely ttcuri ,r and .rtt.in tircuni>-
J y 1 m tt !st;,tice-s that %ill tanie gout att the .re-
Merchant Taflor. l,,ninary h-aring may *lis,.lis, th-
.shoot,-r.
L.A LEX A ND E1 R ,. ,.Fcrv.lv Ma ine ,.r i ,,,,
Practical in at W\. M. Martin'. nc.

CARPENTER AND BUILDER ,,h h ,.
Careful estimates made on all contract. r,.,tionattl H arv-ster Ct'i.imany. x ith
work. Giv-s more and better work fot h-;,tiuarteis at 4;:iine-sville. has just
the money than any other man In
town. retu ie. iro Atlanta .ind intermedli-
::- ;- ,toinits. her he has been cr.,ting
in.atht:-s f,,! the -m-rnpi.ny. He %.is in
3 l E th h-- ity tpdoay .a:.'l r-ep-orts th- [-:1.h
Sit,, R i;p LRr G IPPE S B HIS DOCTOR


Pnemomla folow LmAr s


Wagons, Buggies,

HARNESS AND

Building Materiat

FUjRNIT


ale


=& MACKAY


tla, Florida


ag and Washing Maaisefy

Phaetons, S.meys, Caniag.s

SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS

s, Every Kind and Descipto

iRE OF ALL KINDS


CARMICHAEL


is


&


"ED'S PLACE"


McGrath's Old Stand


Rebuilt and Newly Furnished
Fi-N- \%:'. .f A.i: K .l'... r ,.;iv U'--. High *;i ,,- X .i-ki'- 1::n.lheq.
rt^.


t--:. A.\- ,* 1 : !,, '.. I, i" -. T: i -. TI' P',rlr-.t I-1ii',',- tMtiniabie Are
K ', l. I, .k. .-: i : i-: ' .- ; T .:' n Asu---l t.. AV!.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS

GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. DEPOT
A Ct r-f. -:.s W .h F:-.- l-:u, :,". ; ',1iJ\ Afttn-

t ;n T:.; :..


"A doctor here has sued me for Seoarate White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L and


Ba


The Biggest Values in


MEN'S


Ever heard of


We have just bought out a large factory in New Ywok, aid

received 100 dozen of the prettiest shirts that bove ever

been in Ocala, and as we bought these at half cost, we

intend to sell them at half price.


THIS IS A GOOD CHANCE TQ SUPPLY YOUR WAMnME WITa

SHIRTS FOR A YEAR AT A SMALL OWST


6AUWft


SON CO.

-Mrlewd by ll tltwf


Margami


Club

Pure Rye tastes
old because It is
old. A It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
_____ JLg.


WEATHER FORECAST LEABY LANDERS HURT
Washington. June '2. -Partly loudy Yesterday afrtwaon Leaby lenders.


SHIRTS


AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION,

BEFORE TU B1IOU


Phosphate Plants Installed Complte


_ ___ _C


i


I


I
i
I


I.&veu&pr- for k"DIUR MOMS OUt Ot


STORE


ISTON













PAOI FOUR


OCALA EVENING STAR,


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. 1904.


W. P. EDWARDS
At the Cty Maiket

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable

in Season

City and Country Trade Solicited

Fa DdR.ey APbnne 121.



R. MARTIN & CO.


GENERAL


LIVERYMEN


Fine Carages, Bu and Traps
Drummers, Carryalls, Saddle Horses, etc.

FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES
Hores and Mles for Sale. Horns
Boarded by theMonth at Special Rate.

J. R. MARTIN & CO.






Summer at


Hot Springs


For those who go to Hot Springs. Arkansas, for the
b@n-efit of health, thi s.iunin r is really the b.st
time. Her fortutinat. loati ii. high up in the foot-
hills of the Ozark niount;ainis insures a cool an. I*le-
lightful climate. :ira l physi- iains aret uniitd opinion that the \ itters are nore beneficial during
the summer season.


One Fare Plus $2.00

For the roiun d trip throughout the
L ummnine r.
VWRItT FOR ItOKLITS
GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT,
s s e;n. ,iss.. Agt., Isi.,t. Pas.. Agt.,
Uittl -- ck, .Ark., Atlanta. Ga.


Atlantic


Coast


WORLD'S FAIR RAT

First class excursion rates to

and Return:

$45.55, final return limit,

$38 final return limit, sixty

$30.55, final return limit,


Line


1is


1Aoulsville and N.ashutille R. It. .nl "II-,. I 'ly.i" r,,ut..
For further information see F. J. II ul-.r. Agent. Ocala.'


U


LOW RATES


TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


TIEI2I S will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday daing months of June, July. Au-
gust and September from points In the Southeast,
at one fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.

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


I

J.Io eU.%v I-


I"m


L E. REHLANDER,
Trav. Pass. Agent,
No. 18 W. 9th St.
Chattanooga, Tenn.


Quh*aneo


It's 10tot I you do if you are victim
of muaarla.
I* Don't Do It. k' Dangou .


. SAYINGS OF THE INFANTS


4 'hi. ago N-ws.) Is well expanded. He uses his lungs to
"Wh--r- d.o t- get th- mo.-.st vAlu.bi,- their fullest capacity. People in ordin-
uq frm ; ~.. L ary do not use much over hiwf their lung
Sfurs frun. asked, th- t- h-r. por.do nwer.The unused lung surfer be
"From th- hr tr-,-." he- ,.t.i!i comnes inert, and offera prepared ground
h ..v .t the- f.,t ,,t th- i -. for the attack of the germs of comarmpr
"* doa. There is no need to warn poplw
Sof the dan- r of
; 'Your Sistetr iSi a l.ng tit[- ...- i.:.i consumption, but
i. .'i .uw a.. ng t-- i. COnJed -
i ~.stantly needed not
,,r!. "P+rh;,ps .ho- h,,. ,n- I,;. h-r to neglect the firs
Tiill r.it to .-s-y np-. lyptom of di-
Seh. t ..irt tt .t. r i~ h.-r *i* Dr. Pierce's Gold-
l.rth.. r. "he-s h,,,k.nt u1, h,-.r i., e. en Medical Disco,-
* erv cures obstinate
houghs. bronchitis,
L,tt,-- th,- h.,4 j -, beeding
br. tiing th- tifth a,: ni -:.-y >of h-r and other condi-
tirth. tions which, if
ws. Ilundn Tshe e- ~neglected or un-
S .... -x- skilfully treatedt
Sltairi.Il. "h,, ti- Il..'s fly: Ju.St find a fatal term.
think. I as a t hl, v-r y'- utii,-r 'ye-- nation in consump-
t-r A than I Iin t.oay." tion. It is entire-
lv free from opi-
ates and narcotics.
'. i* ap.ia h:s : t.ailr -tii.,tl- .it h." "Abt three y-ea
Sago I was taken with
S.,ilI littl,- .ltigie-. abed vugb vomiting
'-x .i.iii.-l h- viiit.,: I tting blood.
-'. -xcl.i, ~th Vi.IT,. writes UrDI J Rob.
r* iv-r h.al < .f a tailor-ra.l.- i t h I-- ino o i"f b rti8 Gar
den. W .Va. T tried
f many remedies. noth-
f,,-. .i "t ing ll emed to help r
-11. h- ..t it %%ith i suit .,f ,, < till I menced usig r Pierce's Godes
.,i"iyV, -xl..l th little-i! Mt. lia! ,ac% e.Cv Ater inlteM bottles and4
four va., f hia Iineaant Pell%. I commenced
S 0 to improve. M' c e seemed to be almost a
hope-'.-i *me iocto:s pronounced it ulcer of
e aft.-rnn litt- J.h. h..n the '',sn I wa, tick neervy two yesr.- -prt of
., ek>fl rn,....i litth,- J,.hn.y hi,..n- thee time bedfart Was given up to die by all. ,
-,l to i lo.k up ianhl st-"- th-e mioni .tri-l ;ii Ithouglt it wou.id e inmpomible for me to live
over night at one time I haven't spit any blood
h- h.,l i-.hv,-r 5-n- it lf+f,,.- ih th.- .! iy- now fr mnre than twelve months, and worked
ti.-. he ,n ht'. hu(m the farm '.ast summer. It was Dr.
htl-, h ;i itit,,th- hus,- .%m -Pierces medlines that cured me." t
.laini.,. h. ltaiiiit.. I'v- e,'t .1 g.,,.l eAccept no substitute for "Golden Med-
joke o,-n i owl." ical Discoverv." There is nothing "just
S'Why. \h.>t lh vou .i .n. .#a.." as good for diseaaes of the stomach.
:.aske ,l the-. ast,,ishe ,l m nther. The "Medical Adviser." in paper cov-
'He. fth.rgt t tak. the u..ii th ers, is sent fre on receipt of 1 one-cent
"H" f.,rgt lti ttke- th. J Iy. ,i ill this lamps to pay for mailing only. Address
morningg" -x.i.i-.l-, J',hniiy. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.


AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
If you want to get upl early and feel
g,-o.d all day take a I.ittle Eirly Riser
or two at bed time. These famous lit-
tle pills relax the ne.rves. give quiet
rest nuid refreshing sleep, with a gen-
tle moveme-nt of the bowels about
bre-akfast time. W. H. Ho ell. Hous-
toIn. Tex.. says "Farly Risers are the
best pills made for consti :ttion, sick
he:tlache. etc.". Sold by Win\'. Anler-


The handsomest line o' buffets chi-
na closets., dining room chairs and ta-
bles, rocking chairs, reception chairs.
ets., that this portion of *he state has
ever seen just received by Mclver &
S.:acKay.


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.
MARTELTravelinj

Ill'~- t a n K ul? tix. Ce4,qpalt- a' .ataiset!sa~ss(
.att 4 '"..ts It-'.a -ls .A si it i.t i n. %% hit. hif
.-~tve~eelin T ll'.tuj'. uut.' :1. aid 'a ill CAT
if) j so- %s i ci on 'e laiys. A g's... it-
t'talatet is -X~ at'l. t-I fitilaIIi't l
ujlt-stit eils %% ill toee 1* f4 ol't.. l f t h-
ig'6.14l 4of th-ie proqale -o'f 'liir-ial..
It has" t.'-.lit st-aid'-db.] *xl-.a-iitha tll Creamt
.1. Ife-tarv I !at~s hasI IIi- i ti.-I I cor'

t tii.it#-. xit, iil i.ko thairty bulitzIs a~ t, iii


I, r '. T IxathI-. q iit te re- i i Ii5V It' it.I,-iI
St. I.LaOUISi i .I.y T.aa-er

M 1 5 ha.aII if g t .-axaa tv' 1 t e t.'irq !.Itsi i..s OILS. ha
t'.aaaieg th''a -.'Ai shiht M.aalti't".I'toi


clays
15 days


.issiti n ll i,"l li,. o, liai Ir -'linns. ,111 ..
il theil- pIr-se-tt t ;pil l iat- ot" v n.ii ',-
Stl:ti- t .. i li i -s e' ii.tt ii.il .,i '-ss. N\ ill


.REHLANDER
ng Passenger Agent
)URI PACIFIC
AILWAY
ANOOGA, TENN.



Vermifuge


P REMEDY
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
meWAR. oF IMITrATIONS.
Ts eINUINIr PEiPaMSE OMLV vB
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
*T. LOUIS, MO.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstorp


Southern

Florida Ry
River Route."


laili- F~ye-r tutick:tep

I .p xI II ''a mU

1:., a.;: a an w ';;p mi
U .p tIn

4-uam 4 lop ni


.2 ii
* -- & I:.
* -~ a
~' 1:.
S.,- ~,
~. .1mm
- ", ta 7!.
-p'!.
ii 7:,
.1 :'~ a a:.


* 1
7 a
~t"i


* pm
,'-i., pm



- p u.



4 inm
4 m


a- ntu-xnalt I II r,h.1a if 'li at' is g-ua
le-ik. 1-Yank l'eolkg. hats i j.a .s~



*~ Ar. C, ) rci
A FRIGHTENED HORSE A.
Running likte ml dw''.-.nat he- tre~t A 'a KY.


lumping thle o -%u'pants. t,r a hulnilrel
tothler a'cidetits are e 1 ery'daty 'a"ocur-
r ene's. It beho, ves everylol.y to, h ive
a reliable Salve handy :ild th-i'-'. n-'nie
:tV mood as lubkl.n's Ar:ni'a S.alve.
riurns. iuts ,: s. Ecz.ezmn.i. Pi:,s 1is-
appear quit kly uitler- it. si,.thilhg ef-
fe-,,t. 25'.. at the Anti-Monopol'y Drug-


l stre.


a xi
A' A.i.ri. a
'I C:
A' A' :t?~.a
A' Ft.
N -1.
Ar \l:a'i"t'ui
.rN
l-'*t. 1:
-' I. -
Ar. t. '-a:


; A e r' I.
KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE 4' " "'
A '. i :I: '*.


Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific I-. .,~ ..,.
Ralroads T .taa-0.. '- 1 :.0 a -... A


-:-. V '4. a:j S .':-:.n :I I.- l' -%- 7- A
lu ls' 'i7-.--n -A ..-m--2.I' ,d- 77


A sk s J 1'.T.

mi A I ; \ ,1:. T. 1'. A.. R.
*a i a T. 1'. A.


11 kkFF;:Y,.*'



A I i N F-' -R


THAT TIRED FEELING


C . - C e-
-. -- .' a
a '' . -
.x *
a -


'
- "*


U~ - W- Umow m-w -ME m


0


Fist


ass


CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES

Delicious Hot Soup Daily

Dining Room open ntia Imidat. PcIowal
attention given t pcial anything
the market oers prepared her tlhae 0m
short notice .

Dumb Walter C *,summts With Biar
Skilful.Cooks, Attractive Walters and Choice Viads
Special price to Regular Boarders


In mmuammW



P--
Mrs. K Johnson is quite sik.
Wanted-A well dlir. J. INU
Sternbevser.
*2"# No. sbhlngles heep. J. ..h
Steruberger.
'.a11 at the New Druxstore for ceo
dIrinks. etc.
Several new cottages for rtg. .J
Starr Sternberper.
Miss g. P. Ituckett of Anthoy
ye-aterday in the city.
For Sale Cbeap- .**. Xh. 2 sMi.
Igles. J. Starr Sternberger.
iLow rates and easy terms. Good
S ** 2 *t-.> k, in .11 .I ll **i&


o-- t ne-arin- q -All 00 I 1R
THE CARMICHAEL & SON 00 To.ns' stall. .o 10. city
A t M cGratl'a Stand Keep in touch with the citise w
,a:e preparing for the Glorious FoertM
m-oing x F:t-Thoas lots in Schwar-
in'- .ubaliivision. Price 130 to 9". (IN
O6 TO SAVANN 9, iM E ton Ditto.
Mrs. P. J. Suber returned ftom
58 TO CILA&LSTOI AID I" _i "--
;ines.ville yesterday, wherebnter i e
S TIbeenising friends.
The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell for trai lit Smih m ms t.. o be greay
No. 78, July 1st, tickets from Ocala to Saana, Ga teretete in certain parties. We pU-
and retn at rate of $6, and to Charlo S. C, and r- Call at the Mack seor
turn at $8. All tickets good mntil July 12th& portable lodging Mad WbsalLrd M e
Don't miss this opportunity to v t te "Forest ble rates. West oadway.
with its smobrba reorts-Thaedrbolt, *The Ca Mmss i. I. LaR,-he Is now n rote
and Tybee, and Charleston "By-the-Sea," and the l rk t e
Palms, and enjoy yourself No tickets to be sold fromm > ish her a plea ant trip.
Ice cream of all flavors every da4
Tacksonville proper. Never was th cheaper and me at Tompkins and Brooks k- cr
dlighdfft trip offered. Notice carefily the trains aMnd garden. t G and enjoy youreWr.
dates for which tickets will be sold. The party whop has r p. G>a.O-.'
. ressingi taste is kindly asked to reter
,<>r turther ninlrniatiin call on ,,r c,.tin iunitewate with .
.I. I R. MI.SS. I. C..M ,.. the me. It is retly needed.
D pt Ticket Atllt. tv t \nt. FOR RENT -Three !-room hesew
T. lt WH'ITE.. P.. \ Tama. aFI a."' two 3-room houses; one 4-roomi
T.Ca_________________________________ one 5-room house. J. Starr Sterber-


Florida East Coast Ry.


LOCAL TIME CARD No.56.


uuiNSaLVID4a.9Mm..


b ELfct IJ. q4,1904,
am-SU up


er.
*a'all at Mrs. W. C. Willouhby's ftr


dressmaking. All orders ilhp wtht
dispatch and neatness. West Broead

*Keep In memory that the M j t
House furnishes meals at the flolwl "


gM.um Iu- S.I.a. UP n hours. from 7 to S. from 12 to 1. d? T
IOu. DUly. T to S.
p -atLv ....................Jaeaavlie ... Ar SSa, p
SP M........... .........Se ille..................... Lv s ai i *F'r ..mfortable Iloging at reasse-
I a, .......................... L S ................ I sa ai rate-.s call :t R. J. Nela~i's. North
S U ................. at ....... ... . s lp i 'li.i St. Everything kept Ia es-
lo p .wa e '--ip lel.nt order.
I p ........................ J itk* ......... .. .. T '
g u p O ii .LT ... ...................... 11 at e ....... .... .. .. .. ......Ar 'a ovo
So -h*~ resh water bream and troet, m
Il ; lAr I ....e................- .... .. ...... water trout. sheephead and bA ,
S.V& T ................ a o A .1 a! I
S-.-- alt cured mullet and fresh oysters Ia
14 PIi N.o w ........ ....... Me ...... ...... ... L, 11a; s p
l IV ............. **.. ................ la ll.J.......................... fl p Jake Thomas, market.
SI ...... .............. ...... O.. ... ......... ... The t-ty talk i ,,of the Savannah saM
S........... .... ... ... .. s. ........ .......... ... lumbia excuri n via the S. A. L.
S 0 ............................r. l .......... ....... .July 1. Return trip rate-s to Sa vannal
14 I p .... ..... ..... ................... ..... .... M ll
A g p., p ...... .................. ... .. ............ . ..... S J r an M is att
S......... ............... .......... ....... ...... ... t ai n
S l ma 1.pl .... ........... ......... t eaaites ............. ............. i theat
Ii I p..... ............ M ll me .. .. ..................... 4168 i i May*. ,,f Sant, wmet-re united In matrl-
6a. p t 3I ... . .................... Lade a ...................... **a U 0 mony la.t Sun.lay night at the hom f
S a N* vp' ........... ........ .. t. e o .............. ............. .... i s a :W
I l o 0p .................... ....... M se ............................... 8 M th. bridle. <'.ngratulations.
Isa ipi ............ ................ ....... ........... L
dMo p ..................... ........ ........ .. ........ .. Th I W. H. tx atl-t convention of the
4i 1b P1 .. ....... .... ........' e s .... .. ............ .......rl Quite a a
I p .. ................... .. ti n ............. ............... le I j: -li.)i,,wiry lv l eiatist ahurrh me ets t -o
11lTs Okl p .............. .... . ob.e .l d ..........................
1 . t p .................... W e" upi inumnpl iIr f Fla. W e a larg
4 S a p ............ ........ W . ..a.ee ....... ..... .... 2 0 numrn e.r of ,le-lIaten passed throe
{1 la pl ...................... ........ Y I'r ....... ...................... 0 ip* It, lay.
i N s Mp . ........... .... ... ...... ... ....... .......... -
S p ........ ..... ............. a dale ............... ..... p wish to in rt that the Pr
(p k ... ...... ........ .o. ............s .. ... ........ u .
t00 N p Ar............ .... l l........................ .... LvI t : :; Ire. h.-l .-ster.liy at Mt. Morlab by
-- ..... _____ __ Re-v. .4.M11. e;iblbs waxw an able oe. and


SANFORD BNAlAO.


I a Lv.........Titueville.........Ar
* ......... Otees .......... Ar
SM Lv. ...... .m.ri......... Ar
S N0 Ar ..... t ..........L...L


PIEIIUULAE AD OCCOSETAI


.LOM COMMSiOlb ATM AT MUI
HAVAN
Theme Time Table. show the
I1t kihe verbal satonsa. bua their

Pot Copy of the 1LO
"SEE
Ai D. LRANiiR, Amt. G


Atlantic Coast


OXASOX 0TT RaNCCn 'a"y he-irts w-er- touched. whclk
.lr.,ught tears Ie ltmanly eyes.
atuli g ny ta,,y 1 OM-. lM[W.' M17 The waitrs. at the. A. V'. L PeI-
Um 301- f W l.araa. Ar I. p to bet happv. Her old time sultaa who
S11 Lor, ao city. l aiitttinti.on toe her in her mnalde-
S* nI t ao.il'. Hl.ow hard. brother; good hope.
DalOy Dafy Daily r O y *F. Mention, the hustling grocer. hr
y enlargedl his business and is ready t-
l lsr i P supply the public in choice grocerlMe
11 *- *M* j V veg.tableos, cool drinks, confectionery.
TL- y. &W 0 S6 lip :tc. 'Free delivery wagon. Your er-
ders----i solited. Iron building, Sea
W "A',Min .ttreel


It WITMN STUMANIP TM P. a &. & M MPA*Y .P i **"all at Biar(o-s stall. No. 7. for
A AND KBY WEST h"i'-e Fl',ridal be*f. C'hoie round. 12%
:Aents per pound: h in. 2 ents;
-ees W kheWt Wiala b e n Xpaz an v aa4 sa houldler stt-;ak. 16 )'ents: pork chbop. 12
rr>I r a aMIt l t se t 5atrat. !cents. pork ham. 13 cents. Boseke
* aay, a eom- a iham. s usage ;and v#-egetables, fresh ad
ithe time.
CAL TIMB CA"D or Other lernaem s
OAZ TIr VAD OT i Green. the lightning shaver. CaN
~THE T 1 AGE~NT." and try his shave and hair cut sad
mn. PUMAO & 9I.'. AUGUWR IU 5 will always come. Shave. 10t.; a
Scut. 2'c -.honing raaor, 25ec-; cmeWVo
razor. TSe. All work first clam no
.L..... .l.wa.y .long delays: two chairs. Xet deer t
L ne z- 00- IAuA&IE -1 n Alberutine Smith. on West RreedW.


IT ME 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.


F.,r R.,- hell.- Palatka, Jacksonville and
all pir.is e.iat. Also for Mavon. At-
larnta. Nashville. Chicago, via Dixie
Flyer route.
For Lee-sburg, Croom, Trilby. Brooks-
yill. Tarpo;n Springs, Clearwater.
Bt:;-air. St. Petersburg. Lakeland.
Tampa. and intermediate point.
For Juii-.tte. Gulf Junction. Homosas-
sa. tiid inr-rmediate points.
rr Juie-t'e. High Sprlngs. Live Oak.
DI.po.:,t. Way':ross and all points east
land. west.
F'r Jubi-tt-,. ;ulf Jun.-t:on, Homosassa
.rn in-rmte- r iat points.


Tr-'.r.s N.. 39 an 1 7I carry Pullman B'iff,-I Pa:rlor 'ars.
P & ': .'-.-rs saIl frr.rm Port T.imrna f..r Key West and Havana on
S.'rn:. T .-ays ard Thursdays at 1; .: ;. m.
F.r ..!. .r;ete anr. rel-ible Info.-r.- :i*.n r- r-rding rates. through car


Th,- Ma.oni' procession yesterday.
h-.;ad.l .y th- *,'ala 'ornet Band. was
v-ry impr-.s.iv.-. as the renmins of
I;r,.th-r Ruth w-r*- conveyed to their
las..t r-Mstinrg pla,'--. ^* band played
r.-+t..ri .sa-rin strains of musIc. which
\\-r.+ .--ry touchinx.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM
D'ep. tearing or wrenching pa ns. se-
, a'ion*1 by getting wet through; *Wr
wh'-n a? r-.!t. or on first movl g the
limbs. or in cold or damp weather, to
u;ii, k:y urei by Ba'lard's Snow IJ--l
mr'nt. Cesear Oleoe-on. Gibson City. IlL.
wri,,-. February 16. 102: "A year ag
I was troubled with a pain in my bac~
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