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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 24, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03024
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCALA


Voekin 10, Numb* &


EVENING


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904


STA


Shfy Cmba BOa N,55 a Tm


ST ARRIVED



Pua Tapgica
BArd SMe
Nagih Soap
Man"g Picdes hi Jan
Royal ucheo e

Or "E.at Toet Soap
at 3 o 25 cemts is the best
to be had ino um.
COFFEES AND TEAS
a Specialty
AT THE






And
REPAIRS
00TO-
F. C. B. IWEIHE
Thi eweler,


AND
TYPE-WRITER
MISS B. N. SINCLAIR
Private offri-s In Commercial Biink.
Your %ov'k in tinw above lines solicited
BSped atid accuracy guaranteed.


FISh INDOY SaRS

I have ltesh It lotm Fish and
Mullet always on hand:
Cedar Key and Crystal River
OYSTERS.

RECUYED FRESH DAILY
Opened and delivered ulMn request
SE.l: ME., I CAN
FHI.I. YOUR WANTS
W.M. TUCKER,


EXCHEQUER TALLIES.
W~dem Nso 21"apThat Was at One
Time tmareut In n agland.
w~aeiften nuitoly ill til ha soe oif ex-
ch daiur tallit-s was 4eurreiit jcriior Itf
the ". tatjlishalent.elf itthe Bziik (of Eng-
landill 1i4,j. 'rIaijie was the nm
*given to the nutchedl %ti, ks formerly in
Uoe in Eusnaland fcr ke,-elvirag the aw-
counlts elftitle xeb'-,rrer. 'I hey were
square rai ls f hrze I or wtll..w. ill-
snarileti sll sells- esidle ':%vi~tn nules 11111-
ctitiig the- ,cvtu f-or w~h;ih tile- tlly tvas
-l :it 1.Wt1~?i*~ tadl sont%% .other
bides with the sum Inl uwax charac-
ter*.
%% .hen tetrttile eti lwa-; eouiltlet...l
tba- 1:1113 r-4eiroiznw it %wui s elslt letail-
*wise. Ojo, that eahsevtJi C oiitaiile-d a
*half of eachr notch and one atftile- writ-
tell sides. I me halt. 11. rild tlAe ly.
or check. uwas iiveisato illthelcrs~ou tier
who'ie .A-rvj4-4'it W.J% is t. iiJOlel. ::?Il til
other fiti:,I. cA:l"Ie-the 4aintlit -r t
was reit..en,I in the oex.-h...iuear wii:?iiitsI
c''resj en~inuKll113shoculoi ImN I .r~osiaht
in b'y Me- plerseoU who hailt List givela
value f~or it.
It thip% loawana ok current tok-t-iirt-ie
neseinting ca-la. After the .:llil-
Blit-lit 'elfthe. Itil uk oef iiatt .ver
cutliit it1tylieui~t-. wvre taai~ida thr. ena:.rhits
*gent-il-. The' US1 el 411it-Slill4tile ex.-
cleltia-t erwaas nimplisti"Iltoy staK il"23,.
Geog l The 411il tallies wa-re Ity
act* 4 and -,. Williaim IVa., emrllerooj ti)
tw alestroeta1. anil it aslournajiz K laavi
that vsutsie.1 tia'q-ont1ft:i r:k.ttIs% %iaivwich
the 4441 hlo: -ws cetlf 1crhlnaeiaet. were de-


AN ABRIDGED BIBLE.
Why Omly the Two Covers and a feew
Tatters Were L.eft.
At a gathierinz of several miniisters
one (of theii.i who is oliPsd t to te so
called higherhr criticism." told the fol-
lowing story:
"4lae day a membnler of a certain
churc-h. who h:ad listened attentively
for live years to the prc.achling of hisi
pastor, took to the divine his Bible,
which was ;ruly a si;ght to elihold. with
whole boto ks SWa guile lithre-. lh-eed. Ixetweelli the
covers Ithmere ww little else left ilnt a
few shlires of pa.per. The plstlor was
horrilaed anld r.luketl hi plarishioner
fur using t(lie Iibl-" so sihc-kiinly. Tlhe
Iari-hiolner I.eekly replied:
*" It is all the result of your ipreach-
Ing. When I went home from chitrch
each Sunday I cut out of the tl ook that
which 'you had critic-ised iln your ser-
mon of that day. lThat verse on the
Trinity was an interpolation. ,so out
went the sir.ngt verse. TIhel the .an-
onicity of this I ook :ind that was
doubtful. so out welt this book :and
that. John did not write the g ospel
of John. sm o oult went what was c:lhild
the gospel of .Iothn. This hit of history


ty Ct was not t.hi-tory. 4only allegory. so out
_______ went that false and deceiving, thing.
-- _lo.sitivel ir. i have lseeti faithful


CArPEETER AND BUILDER
Of'l'. hi.s .,-rvi'cs to thle ieolple of
Ocali; anAli v inity faor work in his line.
If fI<..onmmr.la;nioeis and g aMi %aork
counl. Itlit-i I (f-*-l >ialable to inmik"- -s-
thliates anid c-ariy them to a su,.essful
lime. J. I \Villia;lmii.
No. .13,S.. 2ndi St., Oc:ala. Ii.'l.


BREAD, CAKFS


FANCY GROCERIES

For the finest bread. cakes
and Fancy Groceries in the city
REMIMBIER THll


FRENCH BAKERY
iiAS Tii-M


MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS

A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING


Carpentering and
General Repairing
Sti action Guaranteed
Address
OX "I1 OCALA. FLA

Opposite City Hall P. 0. Box 374

H. R. HUNTER




LOCKS1WITH
Repairing a Specialty.


with ily s11-'la*l-. and th is is all tlie
Bible I have left the two covers and a
few tatters. Baltimore Sun.


The Subma-rine Boat.
One of thie earliest sli .ggestions of the
submarine wais that of a lritish smug-
gler. Jeohii. i. who in ventedi a boat
that was toi travel under or above wa-
ter. With this vessel he proposed to
.arry Nlapoleon, from St. litlena. but
tlie emperor *iAl wl.il- the lboat was
under -cl the etmperor promised Johntston VO.-
000 on the day the boat was ready to
start and au immeuve sum if It proved
successful. Some years later Johnsou
built a blot with which he experiment-
ed in the Thames for tllt British adml
really. In this conanect.tiA it may bIe
mentioned that one of Napoeon's usmar-
shalt. Massena. Ibigan life as a simuig-
gler on a large scale. and Conmmodore
Thurot of the French naavy of that
time obtained his knowledge of the
British coasts while in the employ otf
a smuggler.


(lasmM Eyes.
The earliest notice of artificial eyes
I aUm a1iuaintel with occurs in a very
rare work bI the Frlencah surgeon Am-
bros.e Pare. entithle "l-Ia tMethode Curna-
tive des Playes et Fractures de la Tests
fHunaine.-'" arise. lU'l. Pare gives
a d esicriptioa uiil tigures of artificial
eyes to I e Alaorul in l :ases t a-where the
eyeball has giaen way and all the hu-
mnors have escaped. They are to be
s.etgiieits, it a follow sphere, made of
gold. -oatel xitll erianiel pa;inted In
natural colors. With the exception of
the gold. tlhy art. exactly like the eyes
in use at tlie presAt time. which are
made wholly of glass. Notes alld Que-
ries.


Hon. It Happened.
'Is it true. -ma. asked the little r:ab
bit. "that pa was shot cby au amateur
'Certainly not." re-lied the mother
rabbit. -"Yu see. the amateur gunner
w;:s shl otil:mg : t me. 'while your poor
p'- sat Ibelhind him and laughed. I'un-
ft-rtunately the gun kicked, and the
man sat down on a our pa and killed
lim."- l'hil!adelpiha l'res.
Cofee Tipplers.
Braziliazis art ,gra-It cft,'te drinker-.
Numerous tllcups ret ilruk .at li day i,-
thle tratge t.;a :;nil woman. Thlie
tbverage is ma:..- very strong anal very
sweet. It pr n'i.c'-s an .xtiihlaration iof
a wlore intense .Iald lasting kind than
bter. Those adlat:,dl to this habit !,-
co'te try res-tit-s :anidl scarcely able to
sit st:ll or stand ~t ll even for a wo-
ment.


.\..IT.bA)i leeA\1'-entF!(r 'r '. the

:1e1att Iilec 0-t 4tilv -. It
't t,1 :til re li w. I jr -t ~~


a-llv. ll&Ct il*P CdI ''* -ilirZn
olI r-.---f,.ir 1earticularI.C. F E.ivlltm. 'i


QUEER OLD LAW.
KlshteCath tentery Ediclt AalasI-
Tohsee. (hewtag.
In the code of laws passed by the
1 towns of Windsor. Hartford and Weth-
0 mer-4a:, in the years 17.*s way be

."F5orasmuh as it Is observed that
inany abtuses are rept In aud commit-
tefl ity the frequent taking of tobacco.
ir is ordered lty the authority of thil
twenty -one years nor any other that
EY ARE '1. not already za-ustoi*d him-lfe
S ARE t, the u.e thereof shall take any tobac-
%o until hee hath taught a certificate
under the hands of some one who are
ill.rived for knowledge and skill in
physicks that it is useful for him and
Ruiou that h-e hath received a lyc'usew
fromn tIl. courts for the "amuae.
"Anl tfr the rigulatinag of tho(tw' who
eitlhar by their former taking it have.
% IIT7 tro there apprehensions. tnale it netvq-
| I Y ary to theum or upon due adlvi-e are
[PINY A lirsu-.iale to the u. thereof. It Is or-
d_ d-rud that no man withl' this (olonye


afti-r the publication hereof shall take
any t>l)akop ipulliqauely in the streets.,
highways or any barnyards or upon
training days. in any open places. un-
tider tle penalty f sixpeine for each
offeiaa against this order in any of the
ptarticulars thereof, t tbee paid without
gailnsaying. uppon convicvtitont by the
testimony of ,one witness-that .i. with-
out just exception-before any one mag-
,strate.
"Andi the constables in the several
towns are required to make present-
mient to each particular court of such
as they do understand and can convict
to tle transgressors of this order."-
1'lttslburg Gazette.

HINTS FOR BRIDEGROOMS.


Ili? e i th 'caW l.-! I inl'! e4u-1 fq -IIIth

-Ill-- lli.1SI :!nl .z.rit Ie: .can

a!-e 's- nvitch'.'l in i*e!or. size and
gaJt:it ti(- 1.pilr- yo.-ivs i 'I. P .-*$51,).
B. 1-. Seymour.
TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
W~t~i~ii-ii li]things it,, ir ~foer thte
humiitan t.lp-y 1. \ iii g.-! y. i)g~ins ar-,

p-ut 4 I.c'.ii ni-y lil.:3 le ieIlil.,vc-1l lc -


I KIK 1 I I )l I I *:< i. i*l l.,n s -, s *i. al t: plies tak-
401 lPiin ;;Im1 anl ,,In. l,.,>.lil fuliP- ,len,-th ti,.. ..i .*.,tins ,," v ins; Plely of Advice For rides,. but Mot
S a Word For the Mus.
tire !c'. c.r-. fir tile icarl..adil ,i ir t :.,ttti,..,I,. ,]4,- zs,,.s .4 Ipilietd to A thoughtful young cLan of Wash-
lc tca.ts iu-t i,. anl, at prices that c.t,e.ls. iMn;,. bis...s ::,i1 lhke injur- Ington was heard to decry the other
\\ ill !.aIke \, Ini't htt i.s l,.,f~o.. .intmLii Atinii sets ii:. \vhich day the fact that, while there sl a del-
-.... ~sm s c--,s i them t- htc-Ail without moturation uge of "don't" and "do" for the bride
I 11' \ I' k.\'I \ \ .\. ('. I.. L n. l in <>n.--tlht.1 thie tit,.- reiuihretI by to follow, the bridegroom must shift
1'( ) 1 I tl 'll I "' 'l "' "" "' for himself.
I.,, li :i, -'t .1,t i thi.s s.itii- plin-,ipl It "There hI absolutely nothing to guide
hie \ latmi t ', ,aI t l.ii ill ell i- .itis .,,ti ,. .,.,,l \h.n :alT. li..,l to a man but his own awkward self. It
I*llli -ll l- *-. thfl-v 1 ** Isn't fair." he saiLd. 'From the time
iKi I I- tei i. ... 3 ail 4. d \\iti re- 1,h il.i.t ,t h- lt, very a girl is old enough to detect sound
liini lii it Inl. 8. .<4. .t,. all jl ilj.. l i, kl.. It AI-., ,ll. th- Ip,:in :lanl s he understands the Importance of
in tle thrrit.er -,utl of tlu- I( 4)hii,'ii st c..., l,,.t l- ...f l'.>ii It.nlm having things done properly at a wed-
:tili l',e iltallat ;nl c'lt of tlil M\li, in ,tir hoin,- ;:.l it \fill sltv- you tiinl-e ding. while the prospective groom is
i'-ilis i i-iv r-. inil-itinn,, .St. l.,tni.. ii"it ,ltn .v. ni- to m.ii iitilon the incon- only sioniething necessary to complete
M.... at rate l one at, .1 n ime-t]iir,il, *,. i-,...t :,,t I ff ,.iin- 1 ~ li,.h s uih in- the picture. Nothing short of inspira-
Iri-t class fare lfr tii.e rlic titl trip. Fiii.s .nt.yil. ..', s:,-l -iy a;ll luggists. i tion can get a man through a mar-
Sruage ceremony gracefully.
"In order to impress the bride and
spectators that he Is enthusiastic about
"- it he appears with a sort of frozen grin
on his face that you expect to melt at
L-M lar. If he is too frightened to respond
Iin a loud voice some of the bride's girl
friends will whisper that "it was plain-
OUGOR DR SSED l evident he w unwilling from the
R R V G H JI I D Start.' Again. If he replies In a loud,
stern voice another bunch in another
See or P o direction of the church will huddle to-
S e or O Fo gether and express bhow gladl they are
thnt they are not marrying him. while
~B ~ SY R1 the attitude of many is that they are
B H SE Y M O U R sIgning away their life and all worth
living for. Se I. for one, think It high
PHONE NOa time that sonmebodly wrote a few hints
SNO.25. on how to behave, that we men may


S0

oCommnercial Bank
9 BRANCH OF 0
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE -


CAPITAL


- i5o.000.00


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


a
I


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


J. M. MEFFERT.


J. If. TAYLOR.


.n


Ocala Ice& Packing

Have the neatest and most up-to-date Ice wor
ing plant in this section, and as a result, a
turning out the purest, hardest and cheapest Ic
L=Fixoxxe No. 034.

WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGI


Special Sale

of Sewing Machines

We have a large number of sewing machines that have b--en used-some
out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced vorkmer 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 $12.
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and W1.
son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-ho:e attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5.


apllear enthusiastic about being mar-
ried without being ridiculous."-Wash-
Ington Post.


Ancient Jewelers' A* *eiatles.
Birmingham jewelers have been
famed since the middle of the seven-
teenth century. When Charles II.
brought with him to England the
French fashion of wearing metallic
ornaments Birmingham at once took
the lead In supplying them. and the
city then commenced a career of pros-
perity which has never save for brief
periods suffered abatement. Even
Southey, who could scarcely find suffi-
ciently censorious language to describe
Birmingham. allowed that it "excelled
every other place In the world for
wat-.h chains, necklaces. bracelets, but-
tons. buckles and snuffboxes." though.
he said. "they were dearly purchased
at the expense of health and moral-
lty."--London Chronicle.


tV VThe Libertyr Cap.
When the Romans manumitted a
slave his head was adorned with a
k- small red cloth cap. As soon as this
re was done he was known as a liberti-
nus. or frelhinan. and his name was
t. registered amonllg others of the city's
"tr:l4es." In the year 2*;3. when Satur-
nlus invadetl the capital. he hoisted a
S cup rtn thec.,ecnt of his spear to indl- -
cate that all slaves who rallied around
DNS th is -tandard should be free. This was
the otrlain of the liberty cap still used
In art as a symbol.


lehihyology.
"Never wind." said her dearest
friend. "There are as good fish in the
sea as ever were caught out of It."
"I know it." said the girl that had
set her cap for the foreign count and
failed to get him, "but statistics show
that the lobster catch is getting smAllne
every year." -Chicago Tribune.
A nrestor.
*We can't afford to recognize them.
TL,.-lr :ritcestors were in trade."
"\V,-ren't vurs?"
..** f course. but our trade ancestors
are tw.- ge-tieratioins farther back than
theirs. -Exchange.
WI"lliag *t Forget.
_- -- S- -2-A*


LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE

This institution with a patroage MGf Mfa
200.pupils from five different states. covmamu i
of 1000 miles in diameter, desaiimomdia cm
pondence with any any young lady who wk sh- ft a
oif to school. A postal card or letter wAn Wm- s-H
diate reply and interesting ianf m*ioum
The 23rd Annual Session will befAta s da
Sept. 14.1904. J. M. RHODES, P~rL, ZJttletA, .



EDWARDS BROTHERS
AT THE crM -B T


Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis

WESTERN CHOICE FLORIMDA
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETAsBLUS N mAif


FREE DELIVERY


MEO

:WMlUZ5~j5I(


in the flower.
stay with


And stays there, there's hoey
Possibly you have observed that customs


MUNROE & SUMUUUSS, U Em,
SOALA, FLOIM



SEASIDE IN AND iCOTTIS

Leading Hotel and Pea mRewft m t &ad Ce"ot d


EVERYTHING MODERN
1 lomelike and Comfortable.
}lotl T ,-ctly on the Atlantic Coast.
Surf Bathing ana '*a Fishing Unsurpassed.
$2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WE*l-
Addrm HORACE F. STIEWART,


GOODALL,


Elegant Millinery
-... _. ..: -=-.- ..=a-. .=.= .-.-.- ..=.-..=;=


Has the F st, Most El n Lie I f I M y i

Her styles lead the world of fashion, ana always will be ofa.d
there the most exqusite production of modern art and atyes
THE LATEST PARIS CREATIS


An E.dut..ive and BeastiW Lie of D H ate Alway
in Stock.
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles
^" '^^ ^- "' ^^ ^' ^' - MOM


A. E. BURNETT


THE JEWELER

"INE WATCHES, GUARINTEiD SILTI


JEW ELRY

AND


OPTICAL GOODS

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


OCALA


WORI'& Fi his


From Jac*- snor


133.90


--u; .1 rip Gin.on .a&
.Y c.--Migsat) J ciaO.


mis ~ami-


Southern Railway
Wadris Far Roee k. L.
Either thr-u-gh Atlanta and Chattuawoga wr CWmAgt im A
'Ltari l -f the .ny" rvute.
Or.!y lr.n- from F ori-la with Its own raMto t20 Lg TWT 6
from Ja,'ks.-r.vilie. Through aleepiW t v. .


We are closing out a line of





$2.50 LADIES' OXFORDS AT $


COME AND GET A PAIR BEFORE THI


ALL BONE


W. J CHAMBERS SHOE COI


A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE


Twumman As


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President:


UIeKmK i A. FORD,


C-


ruled out yesterday afternoon in the
nomination of Roosevelt and Fair-
banks. The actions of the convention
proceeded with Ironclad regularity, and
enthusiasm was conspicuous by its ab-
sence. The platform is plutocratic in
the rigidity of its protective policy.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM
Deep. tearing or wrenching pains, oc-
casioned by getting wet through; worse
when at rest, or on first moving the
limbs, or in cold or damp weather, is
quickly cured by Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment. Oscar Oleson, Gibson City, Ill.,
writes, February 16, 1902: "A year ago
I was troubled with a pain in my back.
It soon got so bad I could not bend
over. One bottle of Ballard's Snow
Liniment cured me." 25c., 50c. and $1.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


SEABOARD


EVENING STAR

C. L. ITTINGER A CO.

C. L. ittinW and R. Rt. Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor md General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL,
City Edtor and Busimess Manarw

THE FLOURISHING FOSFATE CITY

Dauellon, the metropolis of the cen-
tral west coast of Florida, was never in
Sso prosperous a condition ai at pries-
ent. The citisena, and it has many of
the very best are enthusiastic over the
outlook. Business in all lines is good.
New stores and residences are being
erected and new mines are being op-
ened. The new bank will open July 15.
At Its present rate of growth. Dunnel-
Iea will have over 30WO population in a
couple of years.
Baskin and Grif ,ths are completing
a handsome store next to Kibler Hlros..
and will move their stock of drugs in-
to it. and the bank will eatsApy their
present quarter.
B. Neff will put up a big store room
next to the Christian and Dickson Co.
S. V. Dukes. the new and successful
saloos man. will have two new reai-
dences erected at once.
J. K. Bargannier. our former towns-
man. is putting up a handsome resi-
dence.
W. H. Mills isto building a nice resl-
dence, and many others are going up
In the town.
Colonel Camp has the lumber on the
ground for his electric light plant, the
power to operate which will be sup-
plied by the river, and as soon as It is
la working order the city will put in
electric 'lights.
Water works are to be put in. and
the streets are being rapidly paved.
Moet of the phosphate mines are be-
Ing run on full time.
William Rosas handsome modern
plant and dredge are in operation. and
the Camp Wig plant close by has been
running for several months. A big.
new plant on the old Stonewall site is
early finished.
Kibler Bros. were making up a $10.-
*- pay roll for the 25:th from a solid
wagon load of coin and currency.
L W. C. Berry. a druggist from Dade
City. has bought out Dr. Samuels and
added greatly to the stock.
R. R. Sessions has put in a handl-
somes tock of drygoodt, shows. etc..and
placed William Cox in charge.
A genial smile of prosperity covers
sand pervades the entire town.

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM

The feeling of impending doom in the
mlnds of many victims of Bright's dis-
ease and diabetes has been changed to
thankfulness by the benefits derived
romt taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
will cure incipient Bright's disease and
diabetes and even in the worst cases
give comfort and relief. Slight disor-
ders are cured in a few days. "I had
diabetes In Its worst form." writes Ma-
rion Lee of Dunreath. Ind. "I tried
eight physicians without relief. Only
three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
made me a well man." Sold by the
Poetofice Drugstore.

MORE RUSSIAN LUCK
SChinamen escaping from Port Arthur
report that three Russian vessel.a two
torpedo boats and a n,.r. ha.nt essel.
a. have been sunk by run:intg ;afoul of
S\ their own mines. 14 lives being lost by
S said disasters. Chinamen are not al-
f N ways truthful, however. If the Rus-
S\.stan have really lost all the ships re-
dblown up or sunk since the war
They tt.ast lack four or five of


RARE OPPORTUNITY


F. L. WATSOI


EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


Maker of the
Makers of the


-0-
MILO DEVO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar


and
GRAND ROYAL


HAVANA CIGARS
In Five Sizes


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CHAS. PEYSER, Prapri;ter
Ocala. Florida.


Washington advices say that Con-
gressman Victor H. Metcalf of the 3rd
California district will succeed George
B. Cortelyou as secretary of the de-
partment of commerce and labor. June
3o. On that date Mr. Cortelyou is ex-
pected to enter on the duties of his po-
sition as secretary of the republican
campaign committee which he may not
find such a sinecure as his present job.

SUED BY HIS DOCTOR

"A doctor here has sued me for
$12.50. which I claimed was excessive
for cholera morbus," says R. White, of
Coachella, Cal. "At the trial he prais-
ed his medical skill and medicine. I
asked him if it was not Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he used, as I had good reason to be-
lieve It was, and he would not say un-
der oath that it was not." No doctor
could use a better remedy than this in
a case of cholera morbus. It never
fails. Sold by all druggists.

FOR SALE
A well established millinery busi-
ness. stock and lease of store at Dun-
nellon, cheap for cah. Apply to Mrs.
Minnie A. Hostick, Ocala, Fla.

WM. ANDERSON
Asks the readers of this paper to test
the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Those persons who have used it and
who have been cured by it, do not hes-
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 contained in the food.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and
palatable.

The temperance people of Anthony
will have a rally in the Methodist
church at that place Sunday evening.


If Judge Parker wants General Miles
on the ticket with him, then Judge
Parker hasn't the good sense a silent
man is generally credited with.

The handsomest line oP buffets chi-
na close, dining room chairs and ta-
bles, rocking chairs, reception chairs,
ets., that this portion of *he state has
ever seen Just received by Melver &
..'acKay.

Allen Love. the colored man arrested
on suspicion of being concerned in the
murder of William Ruth was discharg-
ed. The evidence against him was in-
sufficlent.

R. D. FLLER

DENTIST*
Office Over Munroe & Chambilia
Bank. Ocala. Florida.

J. E. CHANCE,

DENTAL SURGEON
Ofce Unstairs Cominmereial Bank
BinlUg,. ucaia, Florida.
TERMS CASH


W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Special attention given to the treat-
ment of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
eases of Women and Children.
Ou&la Fla.
officee over Tydings' Drugstore. Ot.-
fice hours from 8 a. mn. to 12 m.;
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. t..
Residence-No. 60 N. Main St.. Known
a the Nash cottage.


THE






OPERATES

DMel Daily Trains
CMarryta Plma SlUears. Cafe
Cas (a Ia ewrt) sadChair
Cam (mass bf).
Electric ULighted Throughout
BCTwEEN
BIrmu UMKuMs mm -C
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Olotmni al liTrriIeei
AND TMC

FI EM W Im rMI TK

SNTUT TS uu1= AM
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KAMiOn.

WE-WAY OiR NUSN TRIP
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mtwtat Same first nad thkv

Descriptive literature, tickets arranged
and through rsrvatins ade upon appli-
cation to
F. Z. CLARK, TMaw. Pass1 AOT..
ATNUtrTA. 4.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTA, GA.
m mm.*m .M


Last Excursion to West Florida and
Return This Season
Lake City. $3.25; Live Oak, $3.75:
Madison. $4; Monticello. $4.50; Talla-
hassee, $4.50; Quincy. $5; River Junc-
tion, $5; Bainbridge. Ga., $5. Tickets
on sale for night train only of June 27;
final limit, July 5.
-6-SAVANNAH, GA., and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only of
July 1; final limit July 12.
$8-COLUMBIA, 8. C, and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only
of July 1; final limit July 12.
$34.35-EUREKA SPRINGS. ARK.. and
return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
and Saturdays; limited 60 days.
$28.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
and Saturdays. Limited 60 days.
$19.30-NASHVILLE, TENN., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 18, 19, 20,
July 3, 4, 5; limited 15 days from date
of sale. Extension obtainable to
September 30.
$15.85-TUSCALOOSA, ALA., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 14, 15. 16,
17. 20. 21, 27 and July 4; limited to
15 days from date of sale. Exten-
sion obtainable to September 30. 1904.
$19.30--NASHVILLE, TENN., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 23, 25, 27;
limited to 15 days from date of sale.
Extension obtainable to September 30.
$26.15-WEST BADEN SPRINGS, IND.
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 inclusive; limited to August 11.
$26.20-FRENCH LICK SP'GS, IND..
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 Inclusive; limited to August 11.
$31.95-ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. and
return. Ticketc on sale July' 10 and
11; limited to July 23.
$32.85-EUREKA SPRINGS. ARK., and
return. Tickets on sale July 6 to 9
inclusive; limited to August 7.
FOURTH OF JULY RATES. Tickets
will be sold on July 2. 3 and 4 to all
points in the territory south of the
Ohio and Potomac and east of the
Mississippi rivers, including St. Lou-
is, Mo., at one and one-third fares.
Extreme limit of all tickets, July 8,
1904.
SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the
principal records on sale daily, with
extreme limit October 31. 1904.
$45.55-8T. LOUIS, MO, AND RE-
TURN
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
25; limited to December 15, returning.
638-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
25; limited returning 60 days from
date of sale.


T.W.SMITH & COMPANY



Carry a Full Line of General Hard ware, and are now open for business I
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Class; A gents for Patton's Sun Proof Paints;
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges. Farm Tools of al
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Agateware. etc. Sash, Deeer
and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Ranges-none
better; Wire Netting, the American Field ae#Elwood Fencing. The Lew
est Prices Will PrevaiL
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Famili-ries Us
With the Wants of the People. Your Business Selicited
OMM


DAME


The Leader in Ice Cream


WELCOMES OPPOSITION


DEFIES COMPETITION


. --" The originator of the
2 VELVET BRAND
^ -Any color or flavor.
Or.ier. filled on ,lemain'l in any quan-
s s tity .lesired.


We Ae Stil Ht g.
and supplying builders with the very
beat 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-
ons.

C. I. GRACE.


Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi-
gestion swells the stomach and puffs
it up against the heart. This causes __i
shortness of breath, palpitation of the -
heart, and general weakness. Kodol S T A U
Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion, re-
lieves the stomach, takes the strain,

performance of its function naturally.! O
Kodol increases the strength by enab-
ling the stomach and digestive organs CAREFULLY PR
to digest, assimilate and appropriatei
to the blood and tissues all of the food DeaawOm
nutriment. Tones the stomach and di-
gestive organs. Sold by Winm. Ander- DM g Ro Aop
son. attention giv t

STRAYED OR STOLEN the ta ofe
-ort not* *
From my yard. about two we**ks ago.
a big white and liver colored pointer Dumb W altei
dog; answt-rs to the- name of "Dick."
Reward for his return or information : r E Cook Attra
of his where-abouts. George MacKay. speeI -
June 17, 1904.

CURES OLD SORES | THE1 AII
"Westmoreland. Kan.. May 5. 1902. A t 1 co
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.: Your Snow
Liniment cured an old sore on the side I
of my chin that was supposed to be a
cancer. The sore was stubborn and R A
would not yield to treatment, until I A
tried Snow Liniment, which did the
work in short order. My sister. Mrs.
Sophia J. Carson. All-nsville, Miffin
county. Pa.. has a sore and.] mistrusts,
that it is a cancer. Please send her a
50c. bottle." Sold by the Anti-Monop-
oly Drugstore.

SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF DC S
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
I l


RANT<


'ist Class Meals


EPARED LUNCHES

Hot Soup Daily

a until midaht Pso"al
o special anything
prepared fr the taMe as
*

r C-na 'ts With Bar

rve Walters and Chice Viaa
e to Regular Brders

BHAEL & SON G0
rratfh's Stand




LRTIN & CO.




LIVERYMENi

Buoggi and Traps
ryals Sddle loes, etc. ra .
AM m A mk m f~lf


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T NE TIAT TREATS YN 11T 1T"


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"EAGLE BRAND"


DAINTY


UNDERWEAR


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H. B. MASTERS

S8LE MEUT .-.


OC,,' tELJ 9FL7L.


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.

EXCURSION TO SOUTH GEORGIA
AND WEST FLORIDA POINTS

June 27-28 Via the Atlantic Coast Line
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell
tickets from all points in Florida on its
line to Valdosta, Thomasville. Boston,
Bainbridge, Albany. Tifton, Ga., Mon-
ticello and Chattahoochee, Fla., and
return at very low rates. Tickets will
be sold for all regular trains of June
'.7 and morning trains of June 28. lim-
ited to return until Tuesday. July 5.
An excellent opportunity to visit the
above points at small cost. For fur-
ther information see ticket agents, or
write to T. C. White, D. P. A., Tampa,
Fla.


Excursion tickets now on sale daily
from Ocala to St. Louis and return.
$45.55-Return limit December 15.
$38.00-Return limit 60 days.
$30.55--Return limit 15 days.
Special coach excursions, 823. Re-
turn limit 10 days from date of sale.
Tickets sold Tuesdays and Thursdays
in June.
Corresponding low rates from other
points. The L. and N. is the best line
to St. Louis.
For rates, schedules and sleeping car
reservations, apply to J. M. Fleming.
Fla. Pass. Agt.. 206 W. Bay St., Jack-
sonville, Fla., or C. L. Stone. G. P. A.,
Louisville.


Through Sleeprs and Dining Cars


OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1-.


i
THE EXPECTED HAS HAPPENED

Reosevelt and Fairbanks will Ride the
Republican Elephant to Victory,
or Defeat.
Chicago, June 24-The cut and dried
program of the republicans was ear-


KNIGHT TEMPLARS-
ODD FELLOWS

The Last Opportunity of the Year to
Visit California
Beginning August 15, and continuing
dally to September 9, round trip tickets
will be sold on account of the above
conventions from all points in the
Southeast to either Los Angeles or
San Francisco at extremely low rates,
with final return limit October 23.
Tickets will permit of ten days stop
over at St. Louis. and allow holder the
privilege of going one route and re-
turning another without additional
cost, except that tickets returning via
Portland, an additional charge of $11
will be made.
The Frisco-Rock Island Systems of- I
for excellent routes in either direction. |
Write for rates, descriptive literature
and full information and let us plan
your trip. S. L. Parrott.

WORLD'S FAIR RATES

Via L. and N. R. R.


AIR LINE RAILWAY


Special Rates


A STRONG HEART


$2420-CINCINNATI, 0, AND RE-
TURN.
Tickets on sale July 16 and 17: limit-
ed returning to July 25. Extension
obtainable.

There are more finle horses and cat-
tie brought to cala. and distributed
therefrom through the surrounding
country than any other place *of its
size in Florida.

HAVE YOU A COUGH?

A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syr-
up will relieve it. Have you a cold? A
.ose of Herbine at bedtime and fre-
quent small doses of Horehound Syrup
during the day will remove It. Try it
for whooping cough, for asthma, for
consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe
McGrath. 327 E. First St.. Hutchison.
Kans., writes: "I have used Ballard's
Horehound Syrup in my family for five
years, and find it the best and most
palatable medicine I ever used." 25c.. '
50c.. $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.


HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS

One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip
Tickets on sale every Wednesday and
Saturday. return limit sixty days.
Theb .rin.o ;-"tpAm in connec.tioln


Pearl tooth wash Is the best.
It. Postoffice Drugstore.


The Great Eastern
and Western Line

Across the Entire States of


TEXAI and LOUISIANA
No TRiH'BLE TO AN.-'WER Qi ETION-

Direct Line to


NORTH TEXAS
NEW MLXICO,
ARIZONA
and


We sell


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- $5O, )OO.


CZ)IRW4=rC:OtM2


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CAPITAL,,


R.S .Hlf,

Cvgere MacKay,


RL. Adlrnpg,


Geor Ford,


Edward Hr.,
lHEft A. Femd


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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 194.


OCMA


Ice cold Butter-Milk at Taylor's.
Thlrnt-Quencher at Taylor's. Ice cold.
Telephone 116. If you want palatine
dksm
The Montesuma had 33 arrivals yes-
terday.
Champagne Mist at Taylor's. La-
d4es* favorite .
Unadulterated Pepsi-Cola at Tay-
*lor's. Try It.
Tuettl-Frutti cream at Taylor's.
Taylor-made.
Fruit Frappe cream at Taylor's.
Taylor-made.
Nervola, Grenadine and several pew
drinks at Taylor's.
Red Rock Ginger Ale. In pints and
quarts. at Troxler's.
The most elegat display of candy
I town t bat
Odd Fellows meet this evening for
the election of officers.
Three flavors of cle cream in stock
all the time, at Taylor's.
B. M. Lummus, our linutype expert.
sto on the sick list today.
A full line of Tobaccos and Vigars at
Tydingp and 'oinmpany's.
Mr. S. A. Standley has gone to At-
lanta for a car of horses.
Best work In painting and paper-
hanging done by Sternherger.
When In doubt, smoke the Milo Deyo
Se. cigar. All principal dealers.
For reliable painting and papering
see J. Starr Sternberger. phone 116.
Work done by Sternberger in paint-
lag and papering guaranteed.
Lot of stationery and stationers' sup-
plies. Just received. Ocala-lows Co.


H||fs are ruinining at large all over
tugs are i timoimring at large ari ver. Maurice Strauss leaves tomorrow for
towli. -olim':i y to. the stoc-k ordinance.
Jacksonville. His family. Including his
Gerlg's Witch Hazel Soap. best for mother will meet him there. Mr. an.l
hard water. Try it. Postoffice Drug- Mrs. Strauss will go to New York. and1
stemN Mr. Strauss' mother, accompanied by
Mrs. Jake Broun and children. Helen
Hire's ointt leer. Gingeralle and
Rasplme-ryaule ai pint bostties 1W.. at :.and Julius. will go to C'incinnati. where
Trtox.ir's. Mrs. Strauss will remain. Mri-. Brown
and children will go ou, t Io St.Louis .and
-rik .- % .. ..i ...Zt .. ..to L -. .__ . ..........


WEATHER FORECAST
Washington. June 24.-Fair tonight:
showers Saturday afternoon.
PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER
. Mr. B. H. Seymour desires to correct
the Impression he lost all his lumber
in his late fire. This is a mistake. He
has thousands of feet of seasoned
dressed lumber at his mill. three miles
north of (Ocala, consisting of flooring,
ceiling and siding. Give him a call.
GRAPHOPHONE CONCERT
Prof. Randolph will give a grapha-
phone concert with his mammoth in-
strument at Mitchell Hall tonight.
Songs. speeches and set pieces. En-
tertainment begins at 8 o'clock. Ad-
mission. 15 cents; children, 10 cents.
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.
PROSPECTIVE BASEBALL
The Ocala baseball players will cross
bats with the St. Augustine nine orn
the Ancient 'ity diamond June 30, and
the St. Augustine team will Iplay a re-
turn game in Ocala July 4.
REVOLUTION IMMINENT
A sure sign of approaching revolt and
serious trouble In your system is ner-
vousness. sleeplessness or stomach up-
sets. Electric Bitters will quickly dis-
member the troublesome causes. It
never falls to tone the stomach, regu-
late the kidneys and bowels, stimulate
the liver and clarify the blood. Run-
down systems benefit particularly and
ail the usual attending aches vanish
under its thorough and searching ef-
fectiveness. Electric Bitters is only
50c.. and that Is returned if It don't
give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


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THE BOWLING CONTEST WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
IN DUNNELLON
A contest for the ben--:;it of the hos- --
pital was given at the bowling alley I Several Ocala Woodmen accompanied
last evening. There were tive contest- Iconsul Commander Spurlin to Dunnel-
ants on each side. viz.: Messrs. BullI on yesterday afternoon, to assist State
Beckham. Carlisle, Spencer and Haley
on one and Messrs. Knight. Werthein. Organizer Dame in instituting a lodge
Anderson. Sistrunk and Chambers on of that order in the phosphate city.
the other. The team led by Mr. Knight Thirty-seven of the best citizens gath-
. admission fee of 23 cents was charged were Initiated into the mysteries of
w e re in itia te d in to th e m y s te r ie s o fc a B*ig g e
and $6..50 was raised for the hospital
thereby, woodcraft by Sovereigns Spurlin and
Dame. The initiation and instructions,
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED kept the lodge in session until mid-
By local applications, as they cannot night. The members were enthusiastic
reach the diseased portion of the ear. and determined to make the lodge a M
There is only one way to cure deafness, At of officers was
success. A splendid set of officers was
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- elected. viz: t'onsul Commander. H.
edition of the mucous lining of the Eus- Hough; Clerk. J. M. Barksdale; Advis-
tachian Tube. When this tube is in- er Lieutenant, G. F. Allen; Banker. N.
flamed you have a rumbling sound or I'. Berry; Escort. W. N. Knight; :
imperfect hearing, and when it is en- Watchman. M. Storr: Sentry. Thomas'
tirely closed deafness is the result, and Roberts ; 'Camp Physician. Dr. A. B.
unless the itlammation can be taken McQueen: Managers. J. T. Ogle: J. E.
out and this tube restored to its nor- Plowden and A. J. Wyche. The name
mal condition, hearing will be destroy- 4"f the new lodge will be the Blue
ed forever. Nine cases out of ten are Spring. Mr. Dame will return to Dun-
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing |nellon in a month and expects to ad-1
but an inflamed coi.lition of the mu- toetween thirty and forty new members
cous services. to the lodge.
We will give One Hundred Dollars Those w ho accompanied Mr. Spurlinl
for any case of Deafness (caused by were Soveieigns Rubin. Carroll. Frank.
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Krousnoff and LiUpsombe.
Catarrh C(ure. Send for circulars, free.. --
F. J. C'heney and Co., Toledo, 0. A FRIGHTENED HORSE
Sold by druggists.. 75c. Running like mad down the street.
Halls Family Pills are the best. dumping the occupants, or a hundred
.-- .- other accidents are .everyday occur-
4C. I. (;'ace went to )i'rstal River Iiences. It behooves everybody to have
yesterday ateeria,.n, anl returned this a reliable Salve handy and there's noneW e ha1 just b ught
anmorning. as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
--- -- Burns. Cuts. Sores, Eczema, Piles dis-
The Ocala Jersey Creamery can sup- appear quickly under its soothing ef- received 100 dose of t
ply fiom one quart to twenty-five gal- feet. 25c., at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
Ions of milk per day. Parties can get store.
milk. clabber or butter any time of day b e cal n as
by sending to the dairy; corner North In consequence of sickness of sever-
Franklin St. al niembea s of the hand. there will be intend to sell then at ha
no tconicert this evening.
Mr. and, Mrs. L. R. <'hazal and chil-
dlin. Misses Mi'aim inland aroline Pas- PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED
teu, :,.inl Mr. anIl Mrs '. S. 0'ullen and.i T-I 1 A 0 AN E T
c'hildlrein left tod.ty for Seabteeze,where Following are the names of some of | IS IS A 8000 GHANOE TO
they %will pass the summer in cottages the melon growers who planted on th-, c-anii beach, sier seel, sold by Tydings and Compa- SHIRTS FOR A YE
Sny, in this city: W. W. Manu at York;
CREAMERY BUTTER Mr. Spencer and Mr. Meffert at Low- -- ----
---- ell; J. M. Knobl-ock. Martin: the Ma-
Thie Carmichael and Son Co. keep rion Iarmns andi J. HI. Spenicer. ceala.; CAOM IO1 M A U VASE 01
constantly on lrondl, receiving a fresh J. J. Tillis of il.ay Lake. All these hal
supply every two d.lys. delicious, pure the best of results. Sheriff Lane, of
Georgia creamery butter, 25 cents per Sumtter county did equally well with
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. Eden's seed. ati Hlal! andl Lidhlon of
-. --. cala raise-d a fine crolp from Rocky
WANTEli-To rent a good 5-room iFord cantaloupe seed bought front Ty-
c ttage. Must be in good locality, and 4'ings amid 4dCompany.
If ;uitalole would buy. Inquire at this
of) ce. Argosy. Smait Set antl Ainsley's
Magazine. for July. just received by
J. F'. Williamsoni at Martin's stand.
r ... -- -- - l>.-acre slplenli'l farrm, cottage, well. I


Ever heard of'


large factory in New Yok, and

he prettiest shirts that have evur

re bo1g6t these at haff cost, we

iff price.



SUPPLY YOT WMIE WiTl

AR AT A SMALL NST






BDFoU THI UID IS DiKe


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Se S'itar cktnmt uowledges a pleasant inence ht oo<'DrasKa lr mte suniier. fi fn 4 a --
call est.-erday from Mrs. W. W. How- n l I brn sugar house 4 'e cultiva-
ell of Anthony. CHEAPER THAN WOOD I iI tin. balance woods,. with som.ne g,,. K1
timber. Nice small lake. Very fine
Lavender, for keeping moths out of Whv not have that old wooden fence location for general farm, stock rais.-
your woolen goods. Nothing else so replaced with a nice iron fence. First ing. etc. Near oxford. Fla. Price. .I.$;R.
good. Postoffice Drugstore. cost very little more than woo41. :and in lialf cash. A bargain. tall on F. I V
the long run is really the cheapest. DI itto. room 1"2. Merchants' block.
For Prtectie against loss by fire. Adds to the value tof yout"r property. W U, j t phone
call on Ditto, real estate and Insur- never bothers you with repairs and F'4 I'ND--A good black coat. Owner. O ca la
anoe. (k'ala. iFla. lasts forever., by proving property. can secure the
FLO'RIDA PLUMBHING AND ELEC'- s.i ame from Dr. Walter Hood., Ovala.
Nothing as good for connoisseurs as TRIC C(OMPANY.
a Grand Royal cgar. Sold by all Phosphte, nd Washng M
princpal dealers. DOZIER.DEE T I

E. 'arney. C.. ittinger and ev- r. Harry ozier and Miss W ago sgg esetos
eral other citizens of ,4-ala. attended- I of ghildelphia were arrivedd laset it there T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's A
the Carter's Pond picnic today. Tuesday evening in Columbia. S. C.. ,2andy. Fresh Shipmenta Received!
wthe artr Pond here Dr. Dozier is practicing his pro- Weekly.Shipments Rece HARNESS ANDAL R
Tydings stand Company exhibited yes-. fessIon. The Sn-Iunc',mealt of the wed-w W-^ If1 Ct EB
ding will be a surprise to lDr. Izier's FtR SALl- Lady's saddle ant
t.erday in frovtof their store two wa- dio n wilb 44aa d tth p ud s .Cama &o ( i z Bding Matetdals, Evey K nd and I1sCus
termletielns. weighing 44 rain d by1 pound it toYou will find a well selected until utk of Chamutllnss Y
r Farmively. They w rloier based su-by The happy couple are sl-nding a groceries at
Me ario Fims omi honlem. at s ua-Ile na.t J. C ARMAN e COs N The excellent cigars made by Charles F U R NIT U R E O F ALL I
plied by Tydings and Company. CARMAN & CO' Peyser, the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy-
We have just received a large ship- on North Main St., north of city mar al, can be had at the Ocala News Co. PF ospla t P l ts ta ll Copl t
meant of Tablets and Envelopes of allkeL
sizes and grades; also all kinds of Sta- Specialties- WANTED-Man u,,l,-r 37. years ,of
7, ctioners' supplies. Call and get prices. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, age' ffrit nteala. with fair elduratioti, to)
Ocala News Company. CHICKENSlrtpare for lucrative governnient posi-
CHICKENS AND EGGS titrn. W'gin with salary of $ w0. "ith
Fresh milch cows kept on hand for Remember the place and rest assur. incr,.a.se as ,.ts.riv'e. Write at ,once.
sale the year round. Parties wishing e(: we will treat you right. I. S. S.. l.x .;7o. ,'e-tar Rapils. Ia. 1 hRI
a good milch cow. our a carload of themt'l. W-. W. CARIMAN & fCO.
will save money by calling on D. M. WANTED-Yountg man front `oala
SBoiey. r vicinity. with fair business ability. L
| -ihling to work. to l.r,-,.ire for goit-i E D L Anrs
I have a fe choicee lots, 941x20t1 feet. ~ a .vt-rn nmTt position -. Entrant- salar.i
tone-half block north of Oklaw aha. Just 1-"". Gradual iront.ion:: position McG thl's Old SWad
back of the houses of t. T. Maughs anI er'matiientAl4. Adrtss. '. 1. W.. INx 1. a
A. TH RSC4E .G ates. Price very low. F. W. TY L IL 0a m -E
TO THE RESCUE I Pitto.
The helpless are rescued by the able- WV'ANTED- Sawiill nmen to try the h
bodied. The strong should care for the T.uts ..ux2_4 in He,,ton's subdivision. Haidsome line of pieC n' Fmrston Vari.able I'el Works. h iuar-,
weak. Fiinest location in towni. Price re- f anteed to iplav its cost in thirty lay.ys RebUilt, and Newly Frnis
We'll care for you and yours at the lduce,. I to $2** tou $3".,. They go inl a touSegs in oVer=COa. Ad,.i ess. The Fliori.la Irona anld .1W,,'i
right time. hurry. .tall on mitto. Mertchaats bt*t'ock. trousers and overcoats.iks. AIolka, Fa.. J. W. Eniersn. Fine, Wis of All Kin-Is f-or Family Use. High Grade Whiskies, Brandies,
Ola., Ocla.aWea n p-to-date in m .,Manager. et.re
AN INSURANCE POLICY t r a a ind W I ansa --r. Al- ,t So.]a for F..mily Tra.e. The Purest Liuor' Obtainable Are
will protect you from loss in case of The Tanp,.a T'pibune says that Capt. ordew yski fullarg lot new grahophon r- K-t Skl- r Tenrs. Courteous Trtmnt Aur to All. Old because
fire. We'd like to tell you about any Hillman was <-l.te-d chairma.i of the L mptly e te WOrk or .,test s-.l, ti, s. Just I-,-, e.-l at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL ERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF old. It i
kind of insurance in whichh you are in- Florid.a del,.g:at.s to the national des- I tly ted the 4a,;l Fu1 : itut- companyny. AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS *
te-rested. erratic conveii ionii iat St.l uis. "ail.l "hiSkey WM-
HA S A-I & W ie focot the ills of the delt'tgation. en R t t FOR SALE-Cheap. for cash, a com-
U., AWL8 & orL --ce and,- Mcay ae-" ust re- t T. lte set of Eny.'t,,... da nit.,o ca. GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L uET R tiT has br
Ocala. Florida. Mclver and MacKay have just re- Tail. full shee cinling. Apply to Ms. J. C.
---- ceived some of the handsomest ladies' Porter, or to J. H. Benjamin, a! Star .A ,'.reful!y S-1-. te- Stock of ,;rocerle.: With Fr'-- Ii-iv-ry. Special Atten- to ripef Ss.
w -> desks ever seen in Florida. office. tion oi v.-n to .;1 r.l-rs. % !w r d
Wt- h. the Lur.-st M.i **: 1-r lusnsSin in the St t.. Al **r.-rs Fill-d on Re- IS Wrd
lb M. Boney has just arrived with a i FoR SAI.F-Ao itmated J-ersey mi'ch turn Train. Old with al
carload of fine young graled Jersey s with young calIves; also limited
cows. all fresh in milk andl first cl..s number of Diuroe pigs. If you want characters
W U f Mum milkers. They an sw een at hi barns. Pneuamonia follows La rip fa pe Separate White and Colored Bars at Both te A. L ad
corner North Franklin St. but never fellows the O f can get it from H. H. Whitworth. --Td

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- FOUR OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1~H.


W. P. EDWARDS OXFORD
Our shipping season in some respects
At UC" Marka is coming to a close, but there is some
truck to go for some time yet. if pric-
PFis Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetable es "hold a
Ia S I -Our crops are short this year on ac-
i| Selasond count of the long drouth, but still we i
hear it rumored that there w!ll be some
City and Country Trade Solicited ,l^money made after all.
eOxford can take the caKe for the fin-,
S est car of melons in the county. Some
F- De~l y ome l 121U *forty or fifty of them would weigh I
30 pounds each, and here were about
thirty-five that would not go into a.
At o s L flour barrel. If anyone can beat that

You have heard that a short crop
I LI 6 o si e year brought on a good deal of marry-
ing. Well, our crops are not as short
|as we once expected they would be. but
That kind of a report got out some
time ago and there have been three
Fiest class excursion rates to St. Lo is weddings since the first of May. Last
Sunday Mr. Tom Johnson and M1rs.
al Retlrn: R:obert Bailey were married, and from
the general appearance of things, it is
$45.5 5. final retAur limit Dec 5 :,"ily a question of time when a certain
$45* 5 IXIm1 retwUn lI Ijt D 1 youn gman will break into the ranks
.& o0i c ,f the fair sex and rob the community
$38 fial retrsixtyof it blle. No ames now but the
-3.&,-_ Mont 15 ays particulars will be given soon.
SIMS 5Merchant W. A. Sparkman is Just up
St day coach ens at ve from a case of the measles.
eeCial tf day coach yce Sons at very Mr. J. T. Turner made a business
O trip to Coleman the first of the week.
Ow fA Augustus O(dell, who is employed by
the Southern Express company of


ThrouJhK sleepers from J3(kUonlvill< to St. Louis via azontgomery and
Loiuilville and Nashville 71. IL. and "Dzx.** Fl*'y'er route.
For further Information see F. J. H ub'er, Agent, Ocala.


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6 TO SAVANNA, GA., AND RETURN


8 TO CARLESTON AND RETURN

The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell for tran
. 7, Jly st, tickets from Ocala to Savannah, Ga.,
ad ret at rate of $6, and to Charleston, S. C., and re-
tmrn at $& All tickets good untilJuly 2th,

Don't misthis opportunity to visit the "Forest City
wtah itW umban resorts-Thnderbolt, "The Casino"
and Tybee, and i Charleston "By -the-Sea," and the Isle of
Palms and enoy yourself. No tickets to be sold from
ladondle proper. Never was there a cheaper and more
d111 tff I trip offered. Notice carefully the trains and
dates fr which tickets will be sold.
For further inS'orttialiiii call l ,t .r ',inmmuttniatc with
F. J. IER, MISS . C. MA\tHIS.
I kp,.t Ticlt: T. C \\ IIT 1). I'. .\. Tampia. Ila.


Tampa. s in Oxford this in Oxford thiweek to see
his mother. who is seriously ill.
Miss Annie Wadle of Ocala has been
down here visiting her sister.

FOR A HUNDRED YEARS

For a hundred years or more Witch
Hazel has been recognized as a super-
lor remedy, but it remained for E. C.
DeWitt and Co., of Chicago. to discov-
er how to combine the virtues of Witch
Hazel with other antiseptics in the
form of a salve. DeWitt's Witch Ha-
zel Salve is the best salve in the world
for sores, cuts. burns, bruises and piles.
The high standing of this salve has
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. Anderson.

KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE

Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific
Railroads
First class round trip tickets ro San
Francisco and Los Angeles. account the
Knight Templars conclave, September
5-9. 1904, and Sovereign Grand Lodge
I. 0. 0. F., September 15-25, 19t4.
Tickets on sale from all southeastern
points August 15 to 27. in elusive, and
August 2S to September 9, inclusive.
The two shortest and best lines from
New Orleans, Kansas City or Omaha
through to the Pacific coast.
Ask for particulars. J. F. Van Rens-
s:alaer. general l Agent, 13 Peahtree St..
Atlanta. .ia.; G. W. Ely, T. P. A.: R.
0. Bean, T. P. A.

AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
If you want to get up early and feel
good all day take a Little Early Riser
or tw-o at beed time. These famous lit-
tle pills relax the nerves, give quiet
rest and refreshing sleep. witli a gen-
tle movement of the bowels about
breakfast time. W. H. Howell. Hous-
ton. Tex.. says "Early Risers are the
best pills made for constilation, sick
headache, etc." Sold by Wm. Ander-
son.

NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL
ASSOCIATION


r.* Many. acim


the Pt of goldU which
Sis to e iend at
f ~ the foot of te ia.
i bow, and bus carted
out to -m uf iches

wogt an% mre ebeede-
d cbvedy the tale that
edica there mwas hath to be
Vtlo-,fo umad oat benc the
ng teonshemmt, add wy have
state l nout -
of a bt.hfld ettiu..
..n. .r to be uI IUM
People who have tried chmuge of cl-
mate an vain for the cu e of week lh mn
have been perfectly and p e y
cured by the use of Dr. PierceM' Golden
Medical Discovery. It cures dmep --mat
couhs, bronchitis, bleeding luo ema-
ciation, and other condition Thsch if
neglected or unskilfully tremd, find a
fatal end in consumption.
"IA spring I had a ver mtack of pqm
mo-ia which left with a very bad cigh.
and also left my la e oa b d cokioa.*
writes John M. R"Mlt.C.of orrmwk Crokee
Nat.. Id. Tr [I tad no p~et -wasiwases
weak I c carely wak my W 9an
sore with ruifalna jw Iate two atr
er arved amy life. I Caemat ex-Ut mi ti:.
tude to yes. I am able new to 4 wery good
Any substitute offered s eJustus goods
as "Golden Medical Dicovery* a a

cures behind every claim made for the
" Discovery,* which no "just s good
medicine can show.
The People's Common See Medical
Adviser, a book containing 1ooS pagea,
is given away. Send 21 one-cent tamps,
for expense of mailing oly, for the book
in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the vol-
ume bound in cloth. Addiess Dr. IL V.
Pierce, Buflalo. N. Y.


PITTMAN AND SON
I lave just recccived a carload of as-
ortedl firnitttre., at suttiller prices.
It will interest you to inspect it.

ORANGE SPRINGS


The normal continues to grow. and
the stuileiits h:tv- ;alre;tly realized a
grea-it bi-wielit.
Tih' l.:ar'linig lihus-'s are doing a
gKIl busine-ss. There are seven reg-
ist-er.l ;iat thit- MctHide house aind teln
at thli Enoch house,. while some iatre
I';oardingh %%ith private families.
Mr. M.llt'iile is on the sick list but


is improving.
4 'i.ange Springs ni:my be 'considered a
folunt.ain of health. Th-re is tnot a doe-
toir in t\\,-Iv,- inilt-. of th lt- l.vc-. a10th-
ing in th,- spring is all that is nbect's-
t 1y
1-'ollo..\\ ing :;it. the tI.ameInes and ad-
*Ilr'sses 'of new stui ents at the normal:
.Misses 4 ;ussi- Toild. irrie Lula and
Josie Hall. Mrs. Elnia 4;uerry. Mr. Henl
Pegiram. 4(orang- Springs: Mr. Maurice-
(;riner andl Miss P-earl ,;riner. Antho-
ny: Misses Mal .aille and r;a-c Johnson.
of Johnson.


ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW


THIS


Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
m:aly cases of asthma that were con-
Fi'd.ered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Buesing.
701 West Third St., Davenport, Iowa.
\\ rit-'s: "A severe cold contracted
twelve years a go w.as neglected until
it fin:illy grew into asthma. The best
nmeti'cal skill available could not give
mie more than temporary relief. Fo-
ley's Honey :tnd Tar was recommended
and one 5t.c. bottle entirely cured men
iof asthma, N. which had been groAwing on


me for twelve ye
it at the start I
years of suffering
office Drugstore.


1. A. C


The national educational asso,.i.ation
%will meet in St. Louis June 2'7. and con- Merch
tinue until July 1. The fare from 4eOcala
for season ticket is $45.>55; ;6 day tick- Hace in stock oi
et. $31. and, a 15 day ticket. $3".,5. Pull- ments of suiting
man fare., double Ie'rth. $)6.5t. ever presented
Mr. J. W. M.t'lung. state ini:llager. Style and fit g
h:as issued a circular. in which he says dyeing and repa
he thinks the Atlantic Coast Line- from and winter suil
Florida points. via Jacksonville. Tifton Best suits for th
and Atlanta. offtTrs the most attractive section solicit
route and designatt-e it for the del-.ga- St.. two doors n
tion. Those who go may select the -
Inside Inn. Americani pl.an. $'2.5.' 4tto
in a room Christian Enilcavor Hotel. Georgia
Europlean pl.an. $1 e".0 h (t\\o in a r o'rn'
or various othe-r hotels. &
For further information .ta.ldlress J.
IW. MC'lung. st.atte iin.tger. T:iloai.t. "Suwanee
Florlida.

FIGHT WILL BE BITTER
Those who will i.-tsist In cl,.sing Lv. 'alatka
ithA iQ


Ii,'e e. Ars ag. lllSt th conti;;lual r'e'om-
nmen-lations of 1Ir. King's No--% l is tov- I
Fiery for Consun ition. mn i! hitv, ta 1ig
and bitter fight with their tr,'.,ies. i, if
it1ot t'iieo,l e.arli-r .y fatal termninati',n.
Read what T. R. Heal: of R.'.ill. Miss..
;has to say:. "Last fall my. wife ha-I ev-
,ety symnti.t.m rf c,,nsumtr't;io. She took
1 1r. King's New I 'isov.,y after ev ey-
thing else had failed. Inprovem.nnt
came at once and f,,ur bottles entirely
,cured her." Guarantee., by the Anti-
Mlnopc-ly Drugstore. Price 5Vc. and $1.
Trial bottles free.


TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS
Tickets at low rates now on sale.
For particulars apply to Mr. S. P. Hay.
S. E. P. A.. M. & 0. R. R.. Montgom-
ery. Ala.


Ar. ad.:
Ar Tift'.rl.
Ar. Cord,'v~
". A. I.. RY.

Ar 'un~u

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-Ar M. I t't..
Ar. k~AI..rzti
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Ar. 4. :x:n!,
Ar I.''n, '.r:-


-ars. and if I had taken
would have been saved
ng." Sold by the Post-



olver Bros.

amt Tailors.

lne of the finest assort-
\gs for holiday suits
to the Ocala public.!
guaranteed. Cleaning,
hiring neatly done. Fall
tings to your liking
ie money In town. In.
d. No. 3, North Main
north of Ocala House.


Southern


Mrs. Hattie Whbites little abe ie
very ill.


SAVANNAH $6

AND


COLUMBIA $8


OVER THE


AIR


LINE


RAILWAY


Wamted-A well digger. J. g r
Ster nberger.
*:*') NoM shingles CheSP.. 3. 3I
Stemberger.
Several new cottages for retL. .
Starr Sternberger.
1 For Sale (heap--(.NI & N
gles. J. Starr Sternberger.
Mr. James ams andi daughter left
yesterday for Silver Springs.
Lo.4 rates anl. e.Lmy terms. Good ft
S-,1 to $6,". near in. tCall on Ditti.
*Fine roe shad every other dey s1
Tomn'kins' stall. No. 10. city market,
SA. IV. Jactk.>,n ,of Tampai is In the el-
ty. \isiting his brother. E. EB. Tobta.
St;.inr Fast-Thoe lots in A-bwer-
in sub.livision. Price $30 to V9. CaB
o n Pitto.


Tickets on sale only for train leaving *can at the Mack Hour ttorw

Ocala night ofJuly Ist. frbl lodging and board
Passengers to be handled special from smith h an ..llins ar ,meeting much
Jacksonville to Savannah and !" ,'o", .-- "
S b t b ',nm>ultr nsurance t'ompny.
Columbia, returning by ,la: oi u ,, ,.
regular trains on At Tompkins and Brooks he. cr
grarlvn. 4;o an. enjoy yourself.
or before


N JULY 12.
JOHN DE>,ZIER, Agent. NV. N


Ocala. Floridla.
A. O. MACDlI NELL.. A. S. P. A..



Florida East (

LOCAL TIME CARD No.56.


Shal. Sg a y TuO, ..


FOR RENT- Three :-room houses
two 3-room houses,; one I-room house;
o. Tik Agen ne 5-room house. J. Starr Sternber-
V. i't)X. 'N. City Tick-t Agent
ger.
Jacks.onvill-. Fla. ,';iall at Mrs. W. t. Willoughby's for
-- -- dressn.aking. All orlers filled with
'li-siathl .and n-eatnes. rWest Broad-

:oast Ry '
SR*-Keep in memory that the Mack
b EffCet June 4,1904. 1o""- furnished me.ilms ,lt the tollowinwf
hours,. from 7 to 8. from 1 to 1. and 7
MISOUI1- A9 MP. -to 3.

Da I.1a l. The- "Happy Kids." I,;al.ai second


Re-v. J. R. ilye has moved into his
home. 121 Sant hez street. aind offers
rmnms t-o rent it re.-asonable rates.


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OW 6U 88Weel amen UeATf 4m ui mia
HAVANA ANI
Theme Time Tables. dwwth Uesew
fr~several M$tiseam t h4r fI=:
nor the coimpsmybdimM I reeuv-IC

]Per Copy of the LOCAL TIM
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Trair.4 f!r',n- 1'rakta ctrne-ct at withtasu
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8*sa Sp I The- ".,lv-etise-r" is Ie.-,oning mor
,-- $a p:
: o .llp anl mle po1,pul.ar %%ith th-e g.Ihi.'. We
4 $a :i ',iigr;atult.t ouir w.aithy ontnmpi.or:ary

a s. I !
2la 1 i All persons having clothing at K. I
I t Jah ,ns.3 *ly-- tI ili.shhmenit hadl *t-
I Sa 11 Ia ter call at n'-e. #,r the *-'lothing will be-
it Ma *&U a
Sl na i I :a saoll for exp-.es-s.4
g.llp 4'WMa Th-r.1- Is rejo.rltrig over th- .lv-vent of
o 1",s: s -* 4n, -. n I int the- henes
aUp *a o f M1o,.&sP#fton. l|.kni.in l':a'rkard and
SeS a Ir.- R,-s.a 1 right.
p T "a
g *"Fresh water bream and trout, alt
P a* *water trout.- she.ephead and bs1u. ana
7 f Wa Is sit ,-ur-d mullet an:m fresh oysters at


i ^ -- j Juke Thomas. market.
ONAJIOe CITY BRANCH.
yn f... a- .. s N v 'af tale ih. N. .. will
| l" I -aT [s &\ i pre ach.h t 4 ',,vi.,ant Il;.,timt ,'hurch.
10 10 1&miAr 1159'S 7 7p Sunavy. at II .. ;:an'd 7. 3. p. m Ev-.
I Oaftl. Cty A rvilil inivite-. to )attend .iandl he-:r this
ItL;Ar .lIy oLv .Pbl lltai;tist divine.

OW *A. W. Walker. formerly in the em-
Dal Doo ly plhy of I. 4;r --n. h:Is *>pM -ne -l .1 first-
yes do:lip ii Ii> 1MP, g .'s .larle-r .sh.,I, n-xt tI. I':;rk'-r'. res-
n.I.*a *a P t.urant. r,n ar ih. th*- S. .. A . All wor
os I P 1P p work are in tine style. 4;iv him a

IMASNIP MWMECTOS AT *IAM.
F'Four boys of from 1-' to. 1. guarded
IAMM F U PTII P. A 4L. L APY FMU- ,nI1 h.in.-.I.-. ,,. I through ne-.lat en
D KEY WEST ','ut- for th- .....n'it ..imp yest,.ery.
The-y tt'-ript,-l highw;.y robb'-ry Ia
I raiae emay Wesapedii arrive addepart 1 rian :in.i. airi must ipay the- penalty in
a asu me dmgs es-ds-t auaM teed. .ie
f lea e or aay eesmeaee Uu servitule.
SThe r r 'rogrm for July 4 is one of the
3 ASDo t hst o- w t % ha%- 7i .i-. 4 .:.arriv-l out
OKT AGENNT.-" mill fully ,-.-t the J den in-Is of the oc-
Ag lt., *B. AaUnF P 'i'"".. The- principal f.-*ture will be
.......- th"e- '.1 F.llo\ Iatr;.l. :in I the open-
.. ... 1ing of th-ir r>- .% uilJine.


oast Line R aiway ompa y! *. Mention, the hustling grocer, .ba
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904 -ra.-l his timiness ;ra I is rAsly to
s'p;i-ly the jputbii in choi'- groceries
DEPARTURES FROM OCALA v-g'r.tahles. ,o; drinks. orinfetionery,
For Rahellse. Palatka. Jacksonville and et,.' Fr e t,l!-'. ry w:%aign. Your or-
N NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. all poiritts east. Also for Mla. on, At- lers' solitit'--l. Iron building. South
lanta. Nashville, Chicago, via Dixie 31ain street
Flyer route.
aill :st I:;t rf o'." C st;,l. No. 7. for
For Leesburg. Croom, Trilby, Brooks- .
-, l ;. Foril. h--f 'h.,i. #- round. 1!%
N NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. ville, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater. ; n. 2'z cents:
Belleair, St. Petersburg. Lakeland,k 1,, .1. h- *s. I1
Tampa, and intermediate points. j
re nt.. prk ;:,rn. 1 .. -na Boneless
N NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas- ,,m s.,us.a- ,n.l ve--'" a-s. fre-sh a
sa and intermediate points. th' "im.
For Juliette. High Springs. Live Oak. ,


TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M. Dupont. Waycross and all points east *L Green, tho lightning shaver. CaB
and west. snl try his sh:;Re and ha ir cut and yea
TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction, Homo.sa will alay" '.rne. sh:ve. 1Oe.: hair
and intermediate oint cut '.; honing razor. 25c.; concave
an.] intermoliate points. ro
razor. .41,. Al! work first class. No
Trains No. 39 and .7 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars. lonr dl-lays: tto ,hairs. Next door to
P. & 0. steamers sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on Alberstine Smith. on West Broadway.
Sunday. Tuesday and Thursdays at 11:3') p. m.
For full. complete and reliable Information regarding rates, through car
arrangements. sleeper reservations, etc., call on any Atlantic Coast Lire OM A WAGO
agent, or address.


T. C. WHITE. Division Passenger Agent


SMr. 'eorgt K. Babcock was throw
-.n hi


Summer at


Hot Springs


For those Pwho go to Hot Springs, Arkansas. for the
htwiefit of health,. the summer is really the best
time. Her fortunate lhwocation, high up In the foot-
hills of the Ozark mountains insures a cool and de-
lightful climate, and physicians are united in the
opinion that the waters are more beneficial during
the summer season.


One Fare Plus $2.00


For the round trip throughout the
summer.
WRITE FOR BOOKLETS
GEO. H. LEE, S.L. PARROTT,
<;en. Pass. Agt., Dist. Pass. Agt.,
Little Rock. Ark.. Atlanta. Ga.


LOW RATES

TO


H SPRINGS, ARK.




TICKIS will be sold every Wednesday and
Saturday daring months of June, July, Au-
gt and September from points in the Southeast,
at oe fare, plus $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.

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

Io I. E. REHLANDER,
1T,.YrI,. Trav. Pass. Agent.

vt .i No. 18 W. 9th St.
SChattanooga, Tenn.


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