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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 25, 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: VID03025
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
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OCXLA


EVENING


Vo~ne 10, No


OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1904.


$5 a Year i Advane.


FANCY
that you can't get
Just what you want
here. Our stock of
Teilet Artiles
Rubber Geeds. Etc.
, contains everything
that you can pust-
bly need in this line


JUST LIIIV
CzydaI Dommao Sag

Pladl Tapioca
Bird S
NaptaSoap
Mnavg.P pkkils in ja
Royal -L-m- "emn Cb
owt "Eatauka"Tokap
at ICS cents is bed,
to In SObAP.~p
CO.FFM SAND S
a Specbltv
AT THE


THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM We are closing out a line of ROCKEFELLER IN RUSSIA

Promises to Resume the Force Bill Standard Oil Company Secures Control
Policy of Interfering with Southern of the Petroleum Supply of the Great
Election. LADIES' OXFORDS AT $ Slavonic Emp.r T
-*Savannah New.-s. | The Standard Oil 'ompai.y h..a won
Washington, Jut- ;"4.-The- South-rn its fight in Russia. The Russ-ian oil
suffrax- plank in the- R-publiti plat- trust has ,apitulatedi to it and eve-n the
formill is geardr-,i hw-*- by the- lading Rothschidl. and Nobel interests h:tve
rn-n of lith ,airtie- ;as th*- most inm- I l*-n brought to terms by it. Rti ke-
IMrit.int utte-ranc- ,of the- Republicin fe-ller now prattically has th. ole..gi-
N.;itioinal ',onv\-nti i-n. It n:.-.,i s the- i,ous \world in his grip. H-o i: the oil
rr-t str in Am-rin oliti COME AND GET A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE 'mp-r'" t"he arh. How on '
sine* the- The- declarationn In-ean.s that the Re- iC pulias ar. pl-dgl to, tak- u, th- L E ,s;h.-re that is worth -isuezing. It;
lue-stion of the- re-pre-sentation in CoAn- ALL UN se-;ns e-stined to become Ro-ckefeller's
gi-.ss and the ele-<'toral c..ll-ge- of the- le-m..n.-Ex-hange.
Southern Statres that restrict ne-gIo -
suffriage-. It is the- r-esult <.f ji-rsiste-nt I PEACE AND PROSPERITY
efforts by R'i- -r{s,-iet;ative- C'ruiIn.packt-r
of Inlianla ini <'oner-ss sni l at e i-ious IARS 8101 0 R The P-i' laiiLroa.l fcs iro-
ii:it io cll ov,.i i'tiois t,o e .ocninit th.- i Ai V 0 6 ., -1 1 4.0"1"* tnt-n fromtn its pa;t.y roll in the
Rel-ubli'an party tp ;in att-rnit to .- |V I I inmaininU *, um auti t '-- r nth.s *n, niii ly. eff ,-.0-01
ucI.- the- ps-atio fom ttIoser- it. the next few tlay% An ofe.e-r
states whi- the negro v*ti is r.sti. liS- o f the- ctrnp.iny says: -'VWh-n th.- .e-l-
-I. If- has l..i. .tlo "-.,,il.-'. .y .-ii- T1'1:ID PLAN [S 1F"' : SALE A GOOD TEAM FOR SALE :L' o'w' n ;re' wile s-to wl taniot
.,l.r I.elt'. se.ei.s or of the. L.lge- f-r,-i My driving ponies, Kitty an'l Hattie. t,11. sn* i %%e heie., but ne si-- nro re-,-
ill. I'r.-sidl-nt MKinle.y .- urge-l to .\ I Jshall w a1,seit f l the cit These ponies are well bred. being about n t o te hetl--ful."
supl-irt th-< 'rutirpaeke-r priloposition.but t i ] sillllillr. 1 O''er in\ plartl- f.,r three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth
re-fusal. t.-e-aus,- he- kne-\v it w.,,ull e-- .ail at the cost ,of tihe t. Tlie Hamiltonian: can go a mile In four NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL
vi\,- s-,.tionalism. J'i-e.-i.l-nt eos e-- it'iints are illt. 'irst t:* c** 1)> wil minutes: are very kind and gentle: can ASSOCIATION
v-It. hooiwt-v-r. real:ily giv.-s his sain- go-' the- pick. .Mrs. I-. LI. RP-d-ling. just be handled by ladies or children. They I Th national educational ass'clition
ticon lot the I'rurnlpack--r lplank. lniiacth of thet wat*+r toe\ .-r,. cala. are well matched In color, size and ;ill meet in St. Louis June 7. a.nd ,on-
Chairman Cowherd's Opinion --- gait: are four years old. Price. 5500. tiniiu until July 1. The fait- from Oai;a
i-pirs..,.nttiv'. 'wh.r 1 I. ,h. i.,r .B.n ,of iA )-(1 !L I:1 .' LE B. H. Seymour. for s iso:i tit.ke-t is 34-....: t dlay tick-
th- t t. $'. anri a 15. day ticke-:. $3".."* Pull-
th Iilu.l rltt4r llil o'anlll ls..ionll i .-,onl nit--.. ."


STENOGRAPHE. t...- s.y.v of ,li- .-alu.li..,In l,.,tf.,, ern: S il machiin- caln !. e' at TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY m n far-, d..touble berth. h .. ,,. 5 4
"It it, e'.,ills cn tiff ri i,,. ,n ,.l ,'I t -- t. (*.'S. \ rv st -. .\i- W on. -:eful things are lone for the M:. J. W .Mcl 'lung. slatte- ma..nager.
tAN cu Ii. uli...ts '.-.-, re.t.aiy T:ft. pirIopos.-l dre' ,ss 'r laricultars. E. h. eltoin. human l>..y lJy surgery. Organs are' ha; issuee, a circular. in w hi hih l;e says
T Y PE-"ER ehil jin.. .l .i'. ,l.. ,li,,iT i. i'ss 'ano,>. i l-;la. :t1k ,ii o ut and s.cra-peu, ane d n ipo she- l and 'h thinks thksthe- Allaint 'oast Linie from
. ni:. l h.- .-,lli. .ins s.- s to I, - put ,l'ck. r they may be removed en- Fl-orieda points. via J.c..ks.,.nville. Tifton
MISS B. N. SINC Southern siCtrag t.'runtipaeckr .- : I Y lR VI-: tirely; bonl-s ar- spliced,: pipes takeand Ail.tlanta. ofif-is th m,,ost attractive
Private office in CommlTlnki. l e..-n trying flor y.;irs teo .e-t his party I IP ittainii anlle s*1i, l-*;lin furni- th e pl..we of dispeasd srctions of veins:i route- and ,ld-signateld it for the el-lelg-
Tour work in the above lited. to adopo t his suggeW.sio,. and havingg lure Tdalr"' t ,r the carle ai of iron ir antiseptic dressings are applied to tlion. Those who go may sel-,.t the n
Speed and accuracy gua fa.il.,d to il.rel ss w'cneh it h c.estad it t l t t.-it ill. and at prices that iou;nls. lbuins, bruises and like Injur- Inside Inn. Am-rican tplan. $".-,, 4two TO THE RESCUE
..... wisdomh.. he as i i lly su *- in .-- -will ake. -u buy. it-s before inflammation sets in. which in a roomS 'Christian Ende-avor HotTel.
;ct'uring re-oegnitiin at a niation-ail on --- -auses them to heal without maturation Euroean plan,. 1 each two, in a room *i. The hare r ue. the
F I= i AND O Y 8S '"".i'n. 1e I , ,,,,1 if ,.h ta.lc' R.eAT S \-IA A. '. L.. and in one-third the time, required by or various other hotels.bo ied. he trng sh l are for the
L ore- bill tight a tl is int-tendel teo have. I )k F 1'N RTII ( iF jI 'LY the eold treatment. <'hamberlinh's Pain or further information address J. We'll care for you athe
I have fresh ttmandeff"' n l .gr votes in Th. out- Blm acts on this same principle. It W. .Mtlung. state- minanager. Tampa. e'i ('are for you and ours at the
have frul states. The .\tlantic Coast Iine will .dll is an antiseptic and when applied to Florida. right tim
Mullet always on --I_____ tickets ,on July 2. 3 and i. with re- such injuries causes them to heal very j AN INSURANCE POLICY
Cedar Key and Cryiv'er FOR A HUNDRED YEARS turn limit Jul S. 1 04. to all points quickly. It also allays the pain and WHITER THAN SNOW 'will prot.t you from loss in case of
OYSTERS Ill thel territory soutlh of the ( )hio'soreness. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm 'fi:e. We'd like to tell you about any
O STESI r h yr allel I',toniiac anid cast oi the1 Mis- in your home and it will save you time The- editor of the Floridian one wiit- kind of insurance in which you are in-
_rL -For a hundred years or more Witch .
hEnEIVEn n FREF. ni as a u -sissilppli rivers. incelling St. Louis. and money. not to mention the incon- nessed the+ conversion .ind immersion teretsled.
RECEIVEDk FrESlY iHazel has been recognized as a super- I P, . he
l r remedy. bu t it rema i edi for E. C .10.. at rate tif one and one-third venience and suffering which such in- of ia ne-ro by a hit- preacher. Th|
Opened and delivered est em r ne or first class fares for the round trip. juries entail. For sale by all druggists. aluctki ii was rather awkwardly donae- IHAL, PAWLS H WLELfR
DeWitt and Co.. of Chicago., to discov- a inl the e-gro as taily strangle. Ocala. Flor
SEEr ME, I C ler how to combine the virtues of Witch --
l E, Ce o t o i ther tes oith LOT \ ANTED 15 l-acre splendid farm. cottage., well. V'Wh-n he had coughed up enough wa-
FIL U v*IT Hazel with other antiseptics in the
Form of a salve. DeWitts fWitch Ha- i lot wanted of from one-Tialf teo barn. sugar house;: 4) acres in cultiva- iter to enable him to speak. he stputter- Opposite City Hall P. 0. Be m
W. MI TLr zel Salve is the best salve in the worldione acre il size oin A. C. L.. R.. tion. balance wooods., with so4meni- g +*: **You white folks are gwine teo kill
for sores. cuts. burns, bruises and piles, whithint or atliiining city limits. timber. Nice small lake. V-ry fine some nigger yet with your clam fool- R HUNTER
!-^ ^The high standing of this salve has where sidin- can be ptut ill and lt ation for genit.al farm. stockk 'ai- ishness.- -loridlan.
given rise to counterfeits, and the pub- i warehousee and l mill erected. .\I1- Ing. -t**. Near ( ,:frd. Fla. Price-. $ .-0.
IIlh 'I ,lie i: advised to look for the name idrt's with lowest ternims. )cala S"ed Half -eash. A bargain. Call con F. W. KNIGHT TEMPLARS- I --" 1 u
LL"DeWitt's' ton the package, and accept Store. Iitto. room 12, Merchants' block. ODD FELLOWS ----
CARPENTER AND IER Ito other. Sold b Win. Aner.on. The Last Opportunity of the Year to LO CK S M IT H
Offers his services to tL of BIG BATTLE IN PROGRESS Visit California Repakfiga Spll y.
Ocala and vicinity for w(line. Lj MB ER Beginning August 15. and continuing
If recommendations ant;ork daily to September 9, round trip tickets
c then I feelJiie 2 .-. gr'at letll i Is-- Lwill 1be sold on account of the above
count. then I feel C31-1a0ch es -lievedite lo e going tn let i eni the uRt I -us- Av ntiioait n h
timates and carry them t.sful SUns and .Jatanese ne:,r Kai 'how. -,ventions from all points in the U M M
issue. J. I '."ro" 7...."." to) 1.... ".n art, S D R E S outheast to either Los A, or
eNo. 138. S. I2nd Sela.ee tn egag- R O U IH OR D R E SS D L San F"rancisco at extremely low rates, .TY
with final return limit October 23. T
ee or- Phe Tickets will permit of ten days stop
AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c. S ee or P hon e over at St. Louis. and allow holder the
If you want to get up early and feel privilege of going one route and re- J
and- ood all day take a Little early Riser B H S O U R turning another without additional inr
,or two a;it leed time. These famous lit- B e , Y st. except that tic-kets returning via m n g ov a
FANCY GRES e pills relax the servess. give quiet rtla nd. an additional charge of $11 We are tot-
.rest and refreshing sleep, with a gen- PHONEI NO. 25. Ocal.FIa, will e made. W are to-dat
t. tle movement of the bowels about The 'rico-....Roe .k Ilia.,) .- S i aStd -m-w ----- i


For the bnrsit Dr ihreakf;ast time. W. H. Howell. ]Hous- -- -
and Fancyv GroceriestY ,,,,. Tex.. says "Fav ly Risrs are the BROTHER
!best l.71- 1ma le- fer ,c-,ntstilation..sick
hN,.ta !." S,0yWm. An,lr EDW YARDS BROTHERS

FRENCH T THE CITY MARKET
AS I ROUND TRIP RATES
1.\S TII I.+ TO WASHINGTON -
.- :. TOWAHIN Leading Whol0esale & Retail Butchers
MACARO( :.;,- ,.t l,,, .....

d.. WESTERN AN CHOICE FLORIDA MEATS
LADY FIN( .:. -:, :; \\ -' CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
A Special t ': .... FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109
MRS MARTINOT. PRi k-.. .:.* : : :--.. .- -. -


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CONTRACTING AND
Carpentering
General RI
Satisfaction Go.

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Ocala Ice & Packing Co

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


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WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS


iOLm noNY Fl YSK IIlDNEYCURE
Cures Colds& Prevents Pneumoeal Makes Kidaeys and Bladder Riil t


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for e"e-ellent routes in *.the- dire< tion. A O u
WVrite tfor rates, descriptive lit- raturz-e ro yl ,y dcUted
,rid full information and let u- Ilar f &t0 uaaoe .
your !rip. S. L. Parrott.
THE REMODELED CABINET


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June 27-22 V.a t.ie Atlant.: Cast Lane


mBecna au aaw.


W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
FI.' i;: atT -r.tr, giv-n to the treat-
r;.-n- of "ta..,i Di a-- and Dis-
>;- e 'f %i,' m'n and (hil'len.L
Ocala. Fla.
rpfi, e ever Tvirgs"' D'zgytor.-. Of-
fs, hour. frrm s a i.., to 12 m.;
-n. wI rn. t 5 p. n..
F rvjrn:'--No. ~t N. Main St., mnn w
*n tb. Nmih ertai.


LA GRIPPE


Pneumonia foflewe La Oraipe
-'. but never follows Oe --e of

FOES Honey
FOLEY uII Tar


It opeI Ce Ooalhd beak te reT
Pet to Pneumonia sad Couaptfe.


U&. 9a. Yargmw of 1r. Osgood 9L.. Cbici0%
MOMa: "my wife had La grippe endit left b
Whb 0 m, bed eu bon her law oub


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an-I they are neat
and attractive, too.
Quality and price
ici hand in hand in
our More. and we
ceffer you only the
Ibet Ini -cala. r don't
yo think you'll do
%.Ill to make your


TEAPOT G6RY


LFor
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ANTI MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE
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PAGE WO OC LA EV NING TAR. SATUR AY.mJNE...1 D4


EVENING STAR

C. L. BITTINGER & CO.

C. L. Bittinger and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors and Pub.ishers

C. L. BITTINGER,
Editor and General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Business Manager

CARTER'S POND PICNIC

Thom- trom ,'ala i\ho att-nd-d tht-
C'arters'. Pond pic Mrs. W. D. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Carney. Prof. Lyles and daughter. Mrs.
E. I.. Freyermuth. Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
Mosner. Harry Spalding. Forne.y Lan-


AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Presbyterian
*4 43 ;. n.-- uniay S. hop>l.
11 ;. m.-1',ship. T-xi. \V- h;tv-
not f'llof '-l ,'unriingy *l-vis-I faibl.-s."
Anth.-rm. *We thank th-.. ,h. Fl-';th.-r:
No. s.-rvi ,- in th- ,-v-nine. Th- "n-
Sgr-;gatiion % ill join the- i 'hristian
, hurch in \-Ilcoming its pastor.

Baptist
!::4.' ;,. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. ni.-M,1orning servi,.-s: Duet by
AIrm. ,'laren'"- C'amp and Miss Sallio-
*'amp. Serno'n. "Je-ptha's daughter."
Du't by Mrs. McKean and Mrs. Going.
7 p. m.-B. Y. P. I'.. Mrs Livingston
lea l,-r.
The evening service is dismissed to:
unite with the Christian churh in
%-welcoming its new pastor.


mn, from


OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEERS ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS
RIOC/*T A n miD Bairee Ap ruir i Rwwa C


U I ATHre are several so-
W e Alw7~mylI P1oma e ailed "Club" Whis-
eys that are not
The Camichael & Son Co. You
an tell itby the taste.
Oca-a Florida.


All iAt


CAPITAL, -


Bil'iFOCAU


- $0, 00.


CI I R =rC R a EI I


R.S. Hall,
George MacKay,


President:


caster and 4'. L. Bittinge-r. About 2400
persons were ,present. among th-m Mrs Grace Episcopal HERBERT A. FORD,
Beek and her two boys. from 4*entr.l; Sunday school. 9:3so a. m.
Mr. Neil. Micanopy: Mrs. S. H. Blitch Morning prayer and sermon on 'Wor-
and daughter. Blitchton: Arch McIver. ship" at 11 a. m. COST OF THE CAMPAIGN
Standard, and Messrs. Woo' and ble, two gay bachelors from Dunnellon. word. "Gosp l." at 7:30 p. m. Financial Report of the Secretary of
The day wam a delightful one socially, Bibl" class at rectory Wednesday at the Executive Committee
the dinner all an epicure could desire. P. m. Ocala, Fla.. June 22nd, 1904.
and the only disagreeable incident was Junior Auxiliary at rectory TMonday
;at 3 i> m To chairman and members of cam-
the heavy shower in the afternoon. Hat a 3 m. members of cam-
Barnett. the veteran humorist. was in Hojy communion. Thursday at 7 a.m. paign committee of democratic pri-!
charge and was ably seconele by "I'n- i marines for 1904 in Marion county, to!
cle" Male C-arter. Mrs. ;Walla;ce Kelsey Methodist the members of the democratic ex-
of Port Tannpa was piresnt, and her 4: *41 a. m.-Sunday school.
many friends greatly en joy.- her comn- 11 a. m. Worship. Sermon by the ecutive committee forMarion county,
pany. ,astor. and to the democratic electors of
3:30) p. m.-Epworth League. Marion county.
FEEL IMPENDING DOOM Evening service called off to join in GENTLEMEN:-I beg to submit this,!
Sfraternal welcome at the Christian my report of the moneys levied and;
The feeling of impending doom in the church. assessed for the purpose of conduct-
minds of many victims of Bright's s- the rimarie for 190in Marion
ease anl diabetes has been changed to Christian ing e for 190
thankfulness by the benefits derived (Rufus Roiwlantd. Pastor) county by the campaign committee.
front taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It 9:41 ,. m.-Sun.lay school. H. ,'. Respectfully,
will cure Incipient Bright's disease and .roves. superintendent. JOHN M. GRAHAM.
diabetes and even in the worst cases a. m.-Preaching, subject. "God's Report of secretary and treasurer
give comfort and relief. Slight disor- OIreatest Work." Solo by Miss Whit-
of democratic executive committee
ders are cured in a few days. "I had field. Turned away from the Beauti-
diabetes in its worst form." writes Ma- ful G;ate." of Marion county.
rion Lee of Dunreath. Ind. "I tried :3:3 s1,. m.-Junior En:deavor meet- RECEIPTS.
eight physicians without relief. Only ia. Total amount received from county
three lottl-s of Foley's Kilney Cure 7 pI. nm.-Senior Endeavor meeting. candidates $':40.00!
mal.- r:" a well nimn." So 'i by the 7:4:' I. ni.-P'r-,aching. subj.-,'t." 'hrist ;Total amount received from
Post.)fi Drugstore. ;ndl l'ilat-..'" olo by "Miss Whittli-l. state 1st primary 12S.635
".\Alhnist Pe.rsiuadled." Total amount received from


Th" M.'ltr; lt ; *lt i-.,in l .d t th.- r'n **- sity of
Filori i., h is I.-..-i snniooth.-'i by tl" r -i,.-
itn.e arii. -t 'l' Pr. si .nt T.iltift, .. l1r.
Y l.n Ti a *il,'. lliK-e z. A !n'l'il t hos. : piii : tI. o t t x\ -! in r -sii i-nt ir..
St..t.- S'i;' int.-n I i tS r-.ils :!met C;1p1 .
SK ilni' -1 A. S mioiike-. ,f .1. ;:-.!: i. iio\ .111
inist t.ct,,r in Y el.- l'niv i.si-t v.

CURES OLD SORES
"'Weistn., i 'li. KaL.N. M.iy 5. 1902;
Ballar-I Snow Liniminnt ')'o.: Your Snow
Liniment cued ;ian old sore on the side
of my chin that was supposed to be a
cancer. Thi sore *tas stubborn and
would not yield to treatment, until I
tried Sn ovw Liniment. which did the
work in short order. My sister, Mrs.
Sophia J. Carson. Allensville. Miffin
county. Pa.. has a sore and mistrusts
that it i :a can Cr. Ple:ise send her a
50,-. bi.t-le." Sold by the Anti-Monop-
oly 1)rugstore.


ol..~'itM.Jfohn Tiy-eit his hom-'

1'ylot %iN ~. is do-oul4.7, '. .irs.6 1.1- tit- v. is







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HAVE YOU A COUGH?

A .,.,s ,f 1 .: t r i. 's ..- h,,n 1: Sy:-
lup \\.' . : ]..:*'*. : l.iv\- y,,: i r,-,,,.t A
d s' .. : ,;: -, it b* i;: ne*.' all .i f,.-
qil. : .' s ,: 21l ..is.x f 11 .,!,. iunil Syrtup
,tu: !. ty .' ll : ,IO, .v' i- Try it
fl'r '\\ ';,c;: c ,.>olah. for ,Isthmn.. for
c.'nsut:; *n.' :,:r lbr-nrctl :it.-s. Mrs. J., e
M.<,' i:.. ;'. 7 I- '.First St.. Hu,-hlison.
Kar%... %rtte:: "I h.av useI lBallard's
H'l:- ,hounl Syrup in my family for five
y'.i-s., .in.1 t.finil it th-! ibest and most
pi!at. il': metiit!ci I ever ulsed." 2.'..
5,i $1 Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

PEACE AGAIN REIGNS

,\\ s ,ir.,m s t**, : M.,.,.. tha it Pl'-r-
d i.l.; S i!;.l \"i.' :.y h ,]\ b.-".; S. "t fr'.*-> .

WM. ANDERSON
Asks the ro'i !-rs otf this pajir to t.st
the v aue of Ko.',,l Clys;.p.si.i Cure.
Those' ,-rs,'ins w ho hl.te us.d it .ind
who hive I'--'n ;:re by it. ,lo not 1.-s-
itatei tio *', on',l'-:n'tn, it to their iier. is.
Ko.ilo; ,d. sts wh it vn eai. cures in ii-
gestion. J;'epsi. ar.'. al stoma.ich
trou!:o.s. I: i:.'-:''.ss strength by en-
,il':nc Th-h sto .n -h .1an". itsXt:vo or-
.->;s to "" ti : :C;1 t>> th, blo''o 1 a-tl of
th.' r.ut:;:--.: ,.:.: ::..-'. i: the foo l.
Ko' to lly'pe;?psia Cure is peasant ar.i
p !." ib:'e.

MlIver and Ma.K.ay have just re-
ceived some of the h.ai.rsornest lalies'
desks ever seen in FloridaL


7: 43.'-i.in. We.-in.es'lrv-1rav,-r t -
:Ing. Stilij'.-It. *I'atli'mt isin ai l*
g i-I. :v-.*I3 flliily inviteil t alme
iI xzs.


THAT TIRED FEELING


congressional committees
Total amount received from
state2nd primary
Total by subscription


Total receipts


!EXPENDITUlRES.
If you are languid, depressed and In- Registration and poll lists
capable e fo: work, it indicates that your Printing notices Banner and
liver is out of order. Herbine will as- Star, each $5.00
sist nature to throw off heailaches. Stationary printing
rheumatism and ailments akin to ner- Publishing call for primary
vousie.ss and restore the energies and Printing ballots 1st primary
vitality of sound and perfect health. J blank oaths and
J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes, returns
March 2, 1902: "I have used Herbine Printing ballots 2nd primary
for the past two years. It has done me corps of instruction
more good than all the doctors. When To Daily Star and Daily Ban-
I feel bad and have that tired feeling, ner, one quarter
I take a dose of Herbine. It is the Total of inspectors and clerks
best medicine ever made for chills and of election and committee-
fever." 50c. a bottle. Sold by the An- men with mileage 1st primary
ti-Monopoly Drugstore. Incidentals. 1st primary
Total of inspectors and clerks
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS of election and committe-
men with mileage 2nd pri-
One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip: mary
SIncidentals, second primary
Tickets on sale every We-lnesilay and e e e
SClerk's fee
Saturday:; return limit sixty days.


The Frisco System. in connection


with the Rok Island Syste
Miemplhis. o'fftrs the best iuto
Write for literature andI fiu
il!,ars. S. I. l' r!ott. Ilistrict
or A.\c t. Atlant.. (ia.

R. D. FULLER,


*[D5NTISTi


Office Over Munroe & C
Bank. Ocala. Florida

J. E. CHACE,

DENTAL SURGE
Office Un.tairs Commercia
Builing. Ocala. Flori
TERMS CASH


Through Sleepers and Dining Cars
B E T W E E F4N
St. Louis and Mobile,

St. Louis and New Orleans

Ask fr tickets via X. & 0. R. R.
Mr. P. S. Hay. M. & 0. R. R., Mont-
gomery. Ala.


Total expenditure
Balance on hand


$1t6L539

10.00

4S.OO
31.00

12.00,
9.00
1.50

3.00,


293.90
12.25


40.(N-)

2.79


*. The numerous item of the accounts
11 partic- under heading of total registration,
Plasson- total of inspectors iawl clerks. etc..
and total incidentals will not permit
of an itemized account of same. for
further reference in these matters the
books of the secretary and treasurer
are open for any one to see.
Respect fully submlitted.
hambliss JNi. M3. (;i.\l.lM.
L Secretary & Treasurcr.
A STRONG HEART
Is assure-l Il.y p- .:f t ,-i t .-ti,)n. Inli-
SEON ., s st-n;;h ;in rtuffs
S ;. ...i the he.n !. This u.* s.
al Bank .,,)r! .s f i riath. ;:ilitatiin of the
,da. :i- a:-i g-n rial \aeakn.-s. K,'' .
I -:s:.;.n I';. n- : s :il'!ie'stion. r--
s t he stein.i, h. t:i-kes the st ni:n
.off the h. -rt a'd ..1': it to a full
,.:f,:min::e of its fun!' .n naturally.
K,,! ; i ia.-s th.e str-ngh by -nah-
!n --" *s*'. ,m 'h nm ,l .'i stive organs
t-, i ,st. ,ssimilate and appropriate
to t;11 -- M.i I1 tissues all of the food
:, in',.:.t. Tones th, s',ir.a'h ar.l i-
Sst:ve organs. Snld by Wm. Ander-
S, "'..


TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
AT ST. LOUIS
Ti,-kets it low' r-tes, now on sale.
F'r M.at. ultrs at';.y to Mr. S. P. Hay.
S. E. P. A.. M. & u. R. R., Montgom-
ery. A:i.
SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
I t. i -s h n' b-r-2! i* :y but
n,,t '.*-- s:rely thin n. le- !: kl-






:n-y F :" ." ?.'. -y K i ny i- r e;:
t;o.y. da bfre :::s t.s-- late. Soli by
the Post ,;c.-e r'r;gstore.


R. L. AndroW,


Edward HIer,


George Ford,


I. K. Lb.


Hubut Ford.


Casionh


P. L WATSON,


THE


CARMICHAEL


"ED'S PLACE"


& 30N CO


McGrath's Old Stand


XV3 WT 1SX3030 4 ;T7T LT& l


Rebuilt and Newly Furnished
Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family V se. High Grade Whiskies. Brandies,
etc.
Beer, Ale and Soda for Family Trade. The Purest Liquors Obtainable Are
Kept by Us. Skilled Bar Tenders. Courteous Treatment Assured to All.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL ERS IN BEER AND IMPORTERS OF
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS


GROCERY STORE AT S. A. L. M 1UI
A Carefully Selected Stock of Groceries: With Free Delivery. Special Atten-
tion Given to All Orders.
We do the Largest Mail Order Business in the State. All Orders Filled on Re-
turn Train.


:5.00
Sep-mte White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and
1-2s.6o Up Town Places
50.-0 0


're Rye tastes
Id because it is
Id. Ir is a
,hiskey "which
me has brought
) ripeness." It
S"written down
Id with all the
characters of
ge "-mellowu.
ess, ripeness,
"lam.


marion Hardwafo.


We Would Be. ila
When you wish to buy any kin,
of a Siove or ange to hav
you carefully

COMPARE


With any other make

IN THE WORLI
Wo feel your decision will
be favorable to the

FAVORITE
Therefore we court carefa
comparison. We know the:
are not ralr-te4-
We alo carry a ful lir


SASH, DOORS s NDS.

A Complete line of Buiders and General Harcning Tools
Guns and Ammunition.

CHATTANOOGAOWS


;Tocx


Jeffords Buiding.


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OCALAEVENNG SAR. STURDY. JNE 2 1904.


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Ice cold Butter-Milk at Taylor's.

Thirst-Quencher at Taylor's. Ice cold.

"Uncle "Billy Folks was in town to-
day.

Telephone 114, if you want paintli.g
done.

Asher Frank ha.m rd-turned from Geo-,r-
via.


Chamnpagisn- Mist at Taylor's.
41die favorite.


La-


Unadulterated Pep-lsi-Cola at Tav-
lor's. Try it.

Tuttl-Fruttl cream at Taylor's.
Taylor-made.

Frutt Frappe cream at Taylor's.
Taylor-made.

N rvola. Grenadine and several new
drinks at Taylor's.
There- we-ri- 43 arrivals at the Monte--
Zuma yesterday.

Red Rock <;inge-r Al-. In pints and
quarts, at Troxler's.


market Irii<-.- for it.

Dame. the cream man, has fitted up
his cream parlor in a manner that will
make his rooms very acceptable to
those who are seeking summer refresh-
ments.

.Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. Haro, are- enjoy-
ing .a visit from th-ir daughtl--r. Mrs. S.
I- P.atte-rson of Itirminghaim.

FOR SALE-Acclimated Jersey milch


The most elegant display of candy cows- with young calves: also limited
rl t on t Dae's. number of Duroc piIgs. If you want
fancy stuff of the highest breeding you
Minss torida Johnn has. return, ,(an get it from H. H. Whitworth.
Miss Floridat J'shn'cn has rsuaia-a
fr mn a visit to M11oss Bluff. Ocala. Fla.
.;. \'. Kemit Elf 'ernlint. I;.-re ig Lo lu
Thre- flavors of ice- cre-;tni in stock
all thti at T f Atlanlita and E. H. C'heary of r.alti-
all the tin-. at TaylorIs. -


A full line of Tohav-cos and Cigars at
Tydings and ,'-ompany's.

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

J. IR. IMo,-rh<-atI r-turn*-,l tlody from
a wee-k's surv-eying .-ast eof 'itra.

When In doubt, smoke the M111lo Deyo
Se. cigar. All principal dealers.

For reliable painting and papering
see J. Starr Ste-riberger. phone 116.


Work don- lby Sternl-rcer In paint-
Ing and papeling guaranteed.

Lot of stationary and statl..n*.s' sup-
plies. just receive,. Ocala News Co.

Iee ,li.elr 1 I bl'linil: .miil Iri 1i. frsin th.-
( til A 411 \iii ,- .* i xin in' in to l n Its-
day.

Gerlg's Witch Hazel Soap. best for
hard water. Try it. Postoffice Drug-
store.


niore are at the hcaa 'tHouso.

FOR SALE-Cheap. for cash. a com-
plete set of Encyclopaedia Britanica.
full sheep binding. Apply to .Mis. J. C.
Porter. or to J. H. Benjamin. a! Star
office.

.Mr11. R. A. lr:-c-n, the- commission
IlaIl. is in towni. atlltel in 1 M1rs. <4re-n.
% he is qjuit.- sic k. She- is it th- h, onrcv
tild un-l.-r the- are- eof lr. 1). M. Smith,
x\hich is a gu;ar.ntee oif he r -arly re-
c.\*.n y.

Large loet tof new graIlholphone rec-
or.ls. lat,.st sel.--tions. just re.-iv'd at
the 4 <-ala Fu'nilurie '"onipany.


L.inoyllty-r l.urm.iiiius still liiig'-rs eon
th.- si k list. anI l ForI"I, ni.iII l*.ij:tliin
h'r; a'-.is to ,-ock himself for mnot s.-t-
tilg inonIr type.

I Iv. aind Mrs. M. S. MoN4-st .11 yir.--
larinr tIo o to S.elt t;Srings, to -0 .ll
lout for tlhe IeIn.-tit of Mi s. 1,'s:. lih-:ilth.


Hr'-Reset Hx-er. 14,e ale'10n
Raslct~rr~ in. p~int tice ittls. Ice., :it


I rxi'**l .. T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's
----- andy. Fresh Shipments Received
T. W. Smith i'.o'. have. just re-civ- Weekly.
ed 1 atrloa01 if differf-nt style-s of Kn- ----- -
tucky w'Aagonlis. 'I'lifforel l-ainders. said hito onei- of the1
Most efficril-it telegraph operators of
Lavender. for keeping moths out of his arg. in the. South. is nowI holdlinig a


your woolen goods. Nothing else so
good. Postofflee Drugstore.

For Protection aains: t loss by tire.
call on l4itto. r,-.il ,*-t. ,** iand ihisur-
ance. F ic.il.. F-la.

J. I1. 1P'p1-e itught on- oif tthe bea .iui-
ful .pairs of blac k driving horses froni
J. I1. Martin A- *'.

Nothing as good for connoisseurs as
a G(:and R'oyal l0>>. cigar. Sold by all
principal dealer,.

I'. I'. 5;: c l i i; .. :.- I t ,!( fur huig.'*
,;'. k- el ,**, k.'y o, ifl ki:,is. \ lir.h
h, \ !! s-l, ii ] ; ti- ',f I| 4. ',-s.

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Mge.d position in Jacksonvill..

iD. 1. Boney has just arrival with a
carload of fine young grade Jersey
cow s. all fresh in milk and first class
milkers. They can I-e s-en at his barns,
corner Nsorth Franklin St.

I.*l.y L.ilbl,-iS* is i r-. ove-ring f''ran thI e
* tT.t.s ,of his fall.

WANTEI'-Sawmill mt-n to try the
Emer-son Variable Flt I'el \ ks. (Guar-
anteed to se.vo its ,'-ost in thirty da.lys.
Address. The Florila Iron and Wood
Works. Ai.-..ka. Fla., J. W. Emsson.


Dame and T. E. Higgs.

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as they cannot
reai-ch the dlise:.-;eld portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness.
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-
dlition of the mucous lining of the Eus-
tachian Tube. When this tube is in-
fl;rnmed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en-
tirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken


out and this tube restored to its norI ai- R.
mal candition, hearing will be destroy- .Moeire-.
e~d fore\v'-r. Nine- cases out of ten are .NLirn-tu-
.auls'-.! lty Catarrh. which is nothing
but an intlamed condition of the mu- RI
cenus s.-rvives. A sur
W'e will give One lHund!red Dollars serious
for any .case of Deafne-ss (caused by vousne
tatarih) that cannot be cured by Hall's sets. F
C'atarrh <'ur e. Send fur circulars, free. memibel
I-. J. C'hen-y and C-.., Toledo, 0. never f
S,,ld by druggists. 75c. late the
Halls Family Pills are the best. the live
- down s
Mr. I. \V.. Davis andI' son. Nortont. all the
havt- r-turnoI fromi rS 1,alreez,. tn.l- r i
- -- ft.iven
PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER =,,'... ar
-- "i-vo T.c.


.Mr. lI. I. SIf yinour 'I-,sirs. tco ,c.rr-, t
the inilmr-ssioni h. l.st all his lumrnlr
in his: lat- ti",'. This is a inistake. IH.
h.is tliis.ii'i.s. ofs t fee-t of Ste.;asonei,!
*Ir ss...,I lunill -r at his mill. tlhri-- liil-
110i h1 fi tof * l.i,. tolisistirng of" i loorinri.
i-, ling alrl si!ingi.i i;iv>'- ihini a si ll.

.Mr. I. .A. I'ifitln cf Ir .l.;intl pa.i's-e
thrioiih Iti v. n todl.ay oin his \a:iy hr'iir,
fr4oni Hlit. i-hl n. \\ h r-i,- h .- i;i p his.-!


(In Tlihu!.,ay :inl F-'idl. t' .,i.ly-t,<-
\V .-. ir hats ;4i : a *, -w .-ss h i:tts :it 'st.
Mrs. MIhinit- A. Iossti'ik.

STRAYED OR STOLEN

From my yard. about two w.-ks ago,.
.a big white and liver color,'d pointer
dog: answers to the nainie- of ""Dick."
Rewxard feor his return or information
of his whe-realbouts. George MacKay.
June 17, 1904.

MIs. <'. E. .1ll 1and chiilIre le-ft to-
.lay fo4r l.iaiill. to spi.nl tuo months.

The handsomest line o' ;uffets 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 Melver &
.,:acKay.

I.,ts l,"-,'_'-4 in I':, ton's, i su lliv'isi'n.
Filii-st lo, ;ition in tliwn. Pri'c re-
lh e-l tso ?.".e Ie $;;-,". Tlh y l g' in :,
hu) r y. <':ill 1 Diilto, M r. .Ier'h ints' ll..'k.
. ,. .I !; :i. .

J. T. I -. *..k .if V ,.-inst.,. w hio ..n. :s ;


-ll-an.cger. h..lf ,. f -l- i : 1....i.!ut i !., !r :i.
-i.- l i .i', ; .a.i;y .I. \\ ; s .,t lh- '1,I :-
i . !. Hoi.I\.r!,l '*trr n..,l 1-..s .* t 7iell-un.I to.l. y.
S tlo i a I I I lt. his ov.' .W .\11- -
t.,' .i-i... li. will hi,. 0,e p.. ,. ; FIGHT W ILL BE BITTER
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REMINGTON. SMITH-PREMIER.
DENSMORE. HAMMOND rFnr I kPn norl


TYPEWRITERS
-Just Received at-
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY


I uJI EUhhiJi i


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Well, just phone


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We -mv-e ist received a large ship-
we-ert cf r-ce- ts a-c! E-voelcnes of a!1
s zes aindo a- sc a', -. n'ds -f Sta-
t owners* s..cn es. Ca 1and get pr-ces.
Cca-a ?%e.. s


\'.* i~NTV'l' V -- -


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EL TROPICO
CIGAR FACTORY


-0-4-


Makers of the


-a-


MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5 c. Cigar


OCLUK1~ri~l m


WEATHER FORECAST A GOOD WOMAN GONE TO REST

Washington. Jun*- 23,.-Showers to- We* r.-gr-t to announ,,i the- death of
night and Funday. Mrs. Elizabeth Briggs. h o died at her
home- in the second ward this morning.
FOR SALE after a long illness. Sh- was 4i years
A well i-stablished millinery busi- of age. She* l-aves two sons. Walter
neim- and stoc-k at Dunnellon. ch-;,, for andl B-njamin. and thre-. daughters.
cash. Apply to Mrs. Minnie A. Bosti, k. 'Misses Mary. Florente- and .Minnie.
(ala. Fla. i H-r husband pre-~.e--d h.-r to, the- un-
-- known shotr- some- y-,ers ago,. Th.
HAT FOR SALE-At 73 cents per fy.riliy form-rly liv-d on little- Lak-
hundred weight. S. H. Gaitskill, Mc- VW.-:-. th-n at Ozello. anid for th.- l.tst
lnto.h, Fla. t1- y'-.irs in O,-ala. Mirs. Briggs w;a.
A. mrst -stimabl6- lady. a d-rvot-dl
I.lnike-r J. 3. 1kairo sl.-nt Fridlay at mnoth-r and .t kind ntlghEbor. He-r p,--
his f.irm. loading watt-re- 'ln.s. in or- in.iiais '%ill lbe- int,-rr-ld tomorrow atft-r-
*-* to l-t his son. N\'-\. 'inl. .,i, wi f- in-n in th ld 1. 1 *:' -tl-ry. Rev. Mr.
.atte-nI th h <'arte-r's I' l d pi' ..'. Mr. FR,,whn 'l X-awr.omb Hare-s shil-pe-d the- ti!.c-st '*ar li at the <'hristi;in :hur-ch Th-i p:ll
,,f in-,,ons that has 1-ft th- st;t- thi n-'r,-rs 'will bc- L. I >D zi-r. R. '. I'on-
s"-.:?n. a nd r.-.c-iv-d th- f eh t. ihrer. Faxte-r *'arn. J. 4;. Slpurlin. 4'. IH.


Ocala. Florida.


OCALA ODDFELLOWS LITTL

I Idd1 FelloPws held their semi-an-
-c'tiqon last night with th- feel- This insti
re-sult: Noble 4rand. H. .
Vice 4;rankd. J. H. Spence-r: se,-- 200 pupils fro
<. L P.ittinger: treasurer. D. 01f 1000 miles a
The attendance was large. the pondence wit
g enthusiastic an.- thr'-- appli- oif to school.
for memberships w.-re- re-eive.,'l.' dia.te reply
Ige ill move its quarters from
in F. Dunn hall to Yonge's new, The 23rd A
om. The- omnmitt-t ,,on m-inqi Sept. 14. 1904.
E. Yonge. JakR- Brown. &0.
:. *'. Smith. 4'. P. Hays.
Frank ass n honorary member.4 "
-u
EVOLUTION IMMINENT I
*e sign of approaching revolt and .:.
trouble In your system Is ner-
,s. sleeplessness or stomach up-
Electric Bitters will quickly dis- : in the flower.
r the troublesome causes. It stay with
ails to tone the stomach, regu-
e kidneys and bowels, stimulate A
*r and clarify the blood. Run- :"
systems benefit particularly and :
usual attending aches vanish
ts thorough and searching ef-
e -<. Electric Bitters Is only
,.' that is returned if It don't
rf.ot satisfaction. Guaranteed T R
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. I j R

tooth wash Is the best. We sell'
toeffire Drugstore. B o S O


The Star had ;a pleasant .,Ill tII'l:y
i n~4: l' (f!. .--,'r li:, 'hh lz7. o, f th- Flo'ridl:
St., ,- .' ,;!."*,. ,, t T;ll;sh iss-'..

;s. If. I'. .lJor.-s atnrl little- inuiht*-r
ti,.l,-.n ,ilr" t'f-I- I'.'.'lctnr '1 1 I llil ; teI010\ .

I I < '0 .*!, h r l: ; i l l I'n';: a; tw'eO
S s ks t \ i:t N N Y,,o!k.

It. 1. '.r oll ,rf the,. S ;: -'tr It: !;
'" : ii. h-r.- hli< f.;In ily havl.- ... 1-
.'** r .- jr'.t \ f'-t-ks. fi- ,; :'--
tinn % ith thin t,-xt T iui sl:iy : Fri-


Mr. .aid Mis. R. H. San 7**.s :***urn-
-h1 hn'- yve-st'r.iLy from t visit to C'hi-
",.IZ,, .fil l St. Lo, :.L .

PITTMAN AND SON
lavte ihl-t received a cari,,adl f as-
,trto.l furniture. at sunimmer prices.
!t will iintcrcst you to inspr.ct it.

M K: 1-:. I'. Tlh..i ,a!-l1 r-tu i-.I h llo w-
V 'ist-' :ay fromnr a visit toe frio-nds .it
Ft 'Ilick.

l; fv. HI. \ Littl. ; : -ii !..,; orn
ls t'ip to \VWhit.- S..;nga. g:.-.tt' imn-
p:r'ov- in health.

FOR A HUNDRED YEARS

F,.r a ht:n're'l y-;'*ts ,r nm.r Win.
z.i h -Is to- :, ,'.:nZ,',I :1s a .su t-,:"-
., : n*r.-ly. hIut it i-rn.iincl f.,r E. .
I '-\, ;t" in' ''.'. of 'hi': o. tc! , -


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JAPAN AGAIN WINS

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TON FEMALE COLLEGE

tuition with a patronage of more than
m Iive different states covering an area
in diameter, desires immediate corres-
h any any young lady who wishes to go
A postal card or letter will briz gimme-
id interesting inform tion.
Annual Session will begin on Wednesd*y,
J. M RHODES, Pres.. Littleton, N. C.








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



E & ONAMBLISS, BANKERS,
OCALA, FLORIEA






MARTIN & CO.


IiLtnLIAL


LIVERYMEN


Fine Carriages, Bagis and Traps
Dmmers, m Carryalls, dle Homs, etc.


FINE VEHICLES, FAST HORSES


Horses and Males for Sale. Horses
Boarded by the Month at Specal Rate.


J. R. MARTIN & CO.




y Commercial Bank y

BRANCH OF
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CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
For sale. 75 acres of as good land as
can be had in Marion county, describ-
ed: W' of nw2. see 19. tp 14. s. r 22
e; or lying along the Gainesville road,
about 4% or five miles from Ocala.
Here is a chance, for It will be sold
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star
office. Ocala, Fla.

WANTED-To rent a good 5-room
co ttage. Must be in goofd locality, and
if suitable would buy. Inquire at this
oft Ice.


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Ex< arsion tickets now mn sale daily
from O ala to St. Iouis anr'l return.
$43..5,;-Reaturn limit De,-,*mber 15.
$3s..0O-Return limit e< days.
$3 .'35-R-turn limit 15 days.
Sp-' i;:l coach excursions. $23. Re-
turn limit 10 dlays from date of sale.
Tick.-ts sold Tu'-sdays and Thursdays
in Jt::i-.
Coi-sdpon'ling low rates from other:
pIoint. Th- IL. and N. is the best line
to St. Lawuis.
Fi.: t*-s. s,-h 'lul-s a i'l .< .ind r-i rar
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HER PRECIOUS SPOONS.
She teled Them For Show at Luach-
eon oWith Disastrous Resulta.
Co ii-.ie-r:i I. uia-t i;' ia- e:;-r h.i> l!'-ii
e ion t '.-n Ij,, a yu'i,, W ,\--t l'h.Alh-l-
phia tlr;.'. th, lh,-r lay l., The .ttnil-
iant.s ;it lh.r sili;. Thenr.- !hadl (e:i
auli':i'. th.- ii.- .t-."' lir<, -;i :i th,
time ,>f lI-r marriage a p.arrii- :a:;rly
bea-iutiful -.t of -,-iras. aud. wvii: '" -ia.h
had i1, o-'afion-i t' u-e themi :.t this
parti-iil/:ir luraibenii. she tlhuzht that
she L,,ull loiut o ,- l-'-itl- each.t c ver
for-well, just for instance.
U'nfOirtuiaely. how',ver. there was
one strang,'r in the merry little- i,-
pany which sat down about the table.
a pretty. outspoken. somewhat "gushy'"
young woman frima the we-st. and it
was she who caused all the trouble.
As the luncheon neared its end and
It became apparent that the spoons
were not for use she kept eying the
one at her place, and filially she burst
forth with this flash of inspiration:
"*These spoons-what perfectly lovely
souvenirs."
The chorus of praise was immediate-
ly taken up by all about the board.
The confused hostess found explana-
tion impossible, and every guest went i
away from the house with one of those
precious spoons.-Philadelphia Press.

GOING SCOT FREE.
The so-ree FrPo Which This Old
srayil Emamated.
'Te origin of the old saying. "Golng
scot free." is this: Scot. from the An-
glo-Saxon "sceot." a portion, signlfied
In old law d customary tax or contri-
bution laid on subjects according to
their ability and embraced all paro-
chial assessments. The conclusion is
obvious-namely. that to escape "scot
free" was to avoid all such payments
of dues and taxes.
Before the reform act the right to
vote for parliamentary and municipal
oflcers was vested exclusively in pay-
era of "scot and lot." Iastall (15 .St
speaks of it as a certain tallage for the
use of the sheriff or his bailiff, and :i
Kent the usual rates paid In Itomney
marsh for repairing sea walls are
known by the same name.
"Scot" says (Camden. "is that which
from various sources is gathered into
one hea:l" literally that which is
*"shot" into a general fund. from the
Iutclh and low Germnan shotot" This
may have come to us through the old
French "'-scot." diner a escot, to dine
at an ordinary where each guest paid
his "-hot." and any one who did not
contribute would le said to get off
"s-cot free."--London Answers.


THE WORD HUMBUG.
There Are t arlosa Plassible Expla-
atloes of. It.. Orlain.
The word "humbug" has been traced
back to the title page of "The Uni-
versal Jester, a choice collection of
merry conceits. taonmots and bunm-
bugs, by Ferdinando Killigrew. Lon-
don. 1733-40." The following are the
most plausible and possible deriva-
tiont
In the time of James II. a worthless
coin was minted at Dublin from a soft
mixed metal, which became known as
. um bog, pronounced Ooombug-L e..
soft copper, worthless money.
Some see in It a corruption of lHam-
burg, from which town so many false
reports came during the war of 1799-
iSiRK that such news was received
with "*'h. that is a Hamburg:"
Others refer it to hum., in the sense
of hoax, and bug. In the old sense of
bugbear. Others say it is merely hum
buzz. used in combination to signify
sound without sense. Others. again.
think that it was first applied to Horn-
berg. a e.henmist :andl n ardent seeker
of the philosopher's stone.- Notes and
Queries.


Drawina Two TIhhlms at Once.
At an eveii'liii p:irty it wasv r-nemarked
that noldSly .ol .!. % drv;w two things at
once. Sir E'dlwiarel La.nitld r. who was
present, re.,i!.d that lie thought hlie
could. and. tiakilng lpencil in ea..
had. lihe lr.,\v .'.in:nhltanous.ly and
without hesitation with thc right handle
their p.'olile of .1 stagi's lh:e l and :Ill its
antlers coii,; ite annl within the left
hand a oIv\ liar>,-'s li'at. The ai.ts
of ilraftIsni:ai-:hi.p wel'c strictly simul-
tau ,eous and .not alternate, and the
dranaii: by the, left hand was as good
as that Icy ti.. rhhlit.

fVon Blino's* Adlaer to na Girl.
It is to lr. von Itulow that i. ilebit-
ed the curt criticism of a younmi and
very pretty girl's effort o.ti the lhiano-
forte. W\Vhn sh, lh:ad stru.zldl thrniu.:h
one of l;I,'!h's fI'aiues after the. f:ashionl
of the. albitilTa:ous maiden las.pirait ;ai!d
a-ked the crea:t master what hie would
iadt is, L r It 1<. *. "t il !;.a g t niar-
ril.' ha"e :an.~wered as he turned away
and left hler

Fortune* ThrouaKh Faillre.
"I < ,' V -:, o I '., ,e 1 i; l:'fe *, ; ,i> >;;ICS."
\V!. l 't ka'uw- tlat you had
ever hlid ofiice v
"I never hac,. hut I ran for otBce
nn-e anid g;ot so bally b.iteun that I
turned from polities in diszru.t and
t,-,k up the !ine that has brought me a
fortunv."-Chic'ago Record-Herald.

She Drew the Line.
Macistrate-WiVl you take this man
to be your lawful husband, to lkve.
bh.n.r andi obey him? MIranda--Look
hyar. jedce. I'll agreee to wash an' iron
for d:s n';cger. but I ain't wine ter
'low himm ter boss me: Butte Inter
Mountain.


Ever Hitl It.
G;nlshy -That follow N'oak':!s is a
",';ula:',ir l 'r>tu:e ;unter. Ra:t:;v,,r-Well.
he's a c'mi:hty 1..r shot.- Judge.

T' *,*.*!,.': .. r,-..w the less
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The distracting headaches from which
so many women suffer make life a dailr
purgatory. If men suffered with head-
ache as women do, business wouldd be
almost at a stanstill. Does not the fact
that men do not suffer from these severe
headaches suggest that there must be a
womanly cause for them ?
When the womanly organism is dis-
eased, headache, backache, nervousness
and sleeplessness are consequences which
are sure to follow.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription curm
headaches and other aches and pains by
curing their cause. It establishes regu-
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tflammation and ulceration, and cures
female weakness. It soothes pain and
builds up the nerves. It transforms
weak, ckly, nervous invalids into
happy. healthy women. Thousands have
testified to its marvelous merits.
I nk twe o bottles of r orite Pr rip
tion' and twoofthe Golden Medical Ducoer
and *am feeling well." writes Mr. Dan Me.
Kenzie. of Lorway Minms, Cape Dreton Co..
Nova Scotia. "I had uterine trouble, pain is
the mde and headache. After taking your medi-
cdies I got well. You may publish thit or use
it in any way you think best a I cannot peak
too highlly of Dr. Pierce and his medicinei"
"Favorite Prescription" has the testi-
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_reept an unknown and unproved sub
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Send twenty-one one-cent stamps for the
the book in paper covers, or thirty-one
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Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.


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HIS SHOW WAS OVER.
The Way aI Entertaliner Smabbed a
Snobbish Patron.
AnA s,.Lhw'':..> : ..:i .1 .ll:y ,.-'a-


gage-.1 ti,., lativi i'r!. '.V I.r. i.- iI ., Aie
an atih-rt.-;.'iilt t tir.-r ,.ui.l4:ry ,'i"Je.
She i-ft iiistructi<-;is that Vtt." : ':-
tainer wvh,-i. heL, ;rr .- w, diln
with thte" s-rvait. The l''. ilr. who
kLtt-w letter. i-i"'"'i.--l. i.; 'trifay
was a inai Dot a-a:ly ii-,'ionc'rted.
wrote Je.ra,,. K. Jar'.me. lie d:ned
well and after dinner rose and ad-
dressed the assembled company.
"Well. now. my godl frioundl." said
he. "if we have all tlnishbed and if you
are all agreeable 1 shall lbe pleased to
present to you my little show."
The servants cheered. The piano
was dispensed with. andl Corney con-
trived to amuse his audience very well
for half an hour without it.
At 10 o'clock came down a message.
Would Mr. Corney Grain kindly come
up into the drawing room? Corney
went. The company in the drawing
room were waiting. seated.
S"We are quite ready. Mr. Grain." re-
marked the hostess.
"Ready for what?" demanded Cor-
ney courteously.
"For your entertainment." answered
the hostess.
"But I've given it already." explained
Corney. "and my engagement was for
one performance only."
"Given it: Where' When?"
S"An hour ago-downstairs."
S"'But this is nonsense'" exclaimed
the hostess.
"It ,nseemedl to me somewhat extraor-
dinary." Corney replied. "but it has al-
ways been my privilege to dine with
the companyy I am asked to entertain.
I took it you had arranged a little
treat for the servants."


THE STOOPING HABIT.
n Pacific or Union Pacific
It Is One of the Tlhins That Mak*e
Railroads Mrs Grow Old Quickly.
round trip tickets to San Dr. Madison J. Taylor. giving gener-
d Los Angeles. account the al advice to the aged in the Popular
plars conclave, September Science Monthly, says in eiT'ect that old
d Sovereign Grand Lodge people do not stoop because they :ire
etenber 1.5-25, 1904. old. but they get old because they
sale from all southeastern The stiffening of the tissues, which is
st 15 to 27. in clusivp, anul the sign and accompaniment of age. is
Selptembor 9, in,-lusive. warded oJ1 by exercise. Self iindulgtece
hortest and best lines from in eating and drinking; auad ill lazy
Kansas City or Omaha ways is the sure road to senility. ""l
ie Pacific coast, have often been surprised anl grati-
rti al Agent, 1' Peachtree St.. Regulated movements of the neck and
SW El T Puper trunal muscles, employed for
G. W. Ely. T. P. A.; R. the purpose of accomplishing some-
P. A. thing else, resulted in a conspicuous
---- --- Improvement in hearing, in vision, in
celebration and, as a consequence, In
Ca n& Co.a :betterment in cerebral circulation.
Carm n & also in sleep.
"Persons who habitually maintain an
nd a well selected stock of erect position in standing or sitting are
stronger than those who slouch. A'
person who stoops and allows the
RMAN & CO'S., shoulders to sag down and forward
and the ribs to fall back toward the
in St., north of city mar. spine shortens the anteposterlor diam-
eter of the thorax anywhere from two
-_ to five Inches. The lungs, heart. great
vessels and other important structures
D VEGETABLES, in the thorax cannot live. move and
CHICKENS AND EGGS have their proper being under such dr-
cumstances."
the place and rest assur- Wherefore the proper thing for per-
reat you right. sons who are not so young as once
CARMAN & CO. they were Is to brace up, dress young
and feel young. Sitting "hunched up"
over a fire won't do.

a Southern Who It Was.
A well known New %ork clergyman
SF ori R was telling his Bible class the story
of the prodigal son at a recent ses-
e Rive Rote sion. and. wishing to emphasize the dis-
agreeable attitude of the elder brother
on that occasion, he laid especial stress
li Fyr Quick.tep, on this phase of the parable. After
descrihing the rejoicing of the house-
Psi p m 1 1,a' na hold over the return of the wayward
ll '*- p n li *-7 i' l, son, he spoke of one who. in the midst
I:-' K, .,n ; p n' of the festivities. failed to share in the
V. I 1 1 n jubilant spirit of the occasion.
7 a In1 : ,;;. p n "C'an anybody in the alass." he ask-
1" .'2 I ) ni ;' p r .
S.7 :, p n ed "tell i1a.- whio this was./'
tv. 3 41 n A small I..oy. who had been listening
R. sympaithelially to the story, put up
Sp mn his l:and.
a : 7.:; m in "I knoww" be said lbe:mni;nly: "it was
7 a r: the fatted calf." Hlarper's Weekly.
1.2 .c, an
Herbert Spencer Was Hman.
S. p < '1 7:3 :t m Ilerlbcrt Splienc r in tih- attitude of
S::.p T: . in SuperintiLendm: his houw-'h.id affairs
a 1; 7 was practical and ainuiming. At one
:: '" a n time the poulterer had not been giving
S.a i :, 7, !. satisftation, soI Mr. Spenc'r called his
a : ..' .-" i houseke,-per and gave her directions
SF. a i m 4 -2" t' m to transfer his custom to another
tradlesman whose shop fared the de-
',m1 .t nvi.N n,. Mac n. linqluent's. "And. Mmiss nSmith," said
at fe vt .a!a.ta, w:' l the author of "Synthetic Philh.sophy."
1. ) I:x::- Fa.', r t'-a:, f!or tIa "be particular that the first poulterer
ii .7:l~:;' -a. n,
:.-p-tI:t ir :.eal- sa.k-. s:- e S 'S yeo g 'viig your orders to) the
!- v:a .,i.. ':. I'.,,!:" second poultere-r"'


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. a8.- n. -
to Ch ':a','
The Charm of His Philosophy.
, "...r .,r- .le pretends to lbe a philosopher."
FTEI:V. "Yes: but I notice one peculiar thing
.v -:,.a: about his !hil,,-ophy."
What's that'"
nf..,a "It's only ,',ter people's hard nluck
- - that Le ;i able to accept philosophlcal-
S ly."-Chicagei Pi-t.

He Wasn't Afraid.
SWhen Bish-p Phillips Brooks was
p"comiandetl." as the pLrase goes. to
spoak before the quean some one ask-
1ATEEO ed lhim i! he was afraid. "N. he .
I p; p.'d, sniml.nz. "I have preached before
RMa my mother."


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from.

For Oopy of the LOCAL TIMX CARD or Other latmaesim
** SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
SJ. D. *RAM ASFt. *Ge. Pm. Amt. AUG TI, A..



Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company


TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904

DEPARTURES FROM OCALA


TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M.


TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M.


TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M.


TRAIN NO. 45, 10:10 A. M.

TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M.


For Ro-helle. Palatka, Jacksonville and
all points east. Also for Macoa, At-
lantr,.t Nashville, Chicago, via Dixie
F'iy-r route.
For L.--sburg. Croom. Trilby. Brooks-
%a!>, Tarpon Springs. Clearwater,
B;;-air, St. Petersburg. Lakeland.
Tampa. and intermediate points.
For Ju:iette. Gulf Junction. HoImoiss-
sa a:.j intermediate points.
for J.u:;ette, High Springs. Live Oak.
Duror.t, Waycross and all points eat -
and west.
For Juhette. Gulf Junction. Homomsam
and intermediate points.


Trains No. 39 and 73 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars.
P. & 0. steamers sail from Port Ti;mpa for Key West and Havana an
S'ur. iys. Tueszays and Thursdays at I : Z,: p. m.
For f.':, conp:ete and reliable Infon-matio.n r'-gar.ding ra's. through car
a'- r.er.ents. sleeper reservations, etc.. .aii on any Atlantic Coast Lne
-o. or address.
T. C. WHITE. DrvisIor, P"-. gr* Agr."*,
H M. E.MERS,-ON. T.-aT:: .'ir.-W~r. '. J'. JPRAI,. General Pass. Agent
W ::r.: .-r.. Nu'-. ,-.,: :a


ssunmouw.-ua0a so1..


I


OCALA EVENING STAR. STRA.JN 5 94


IrLOLDA


OR&NO R c r rry


PAGE FOUR





OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JUNE 2~. 1904. PAGE AVg


'17


"THE HOUSE THAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"


In your dealings with us you will find that the

goods that you buy are the very best, and that

our prices are the most reasonable. WE BUY

CAREFULLY AND SELL AT A FAIR PROFIT.


GROCERIES


GROCERIES must be bought with on- IN FANCY and Light Groceries we al-
usual care, because, as a rule, the keep- ways have on hand a large and fresh
ing qualities are not great. You get the, and request a share of your patron-
stock, and request a share of your patron-
benefit of our buying enough, but not too
much. age.
HECKER'S ROYAL HEALTH FOOD,
WE ARE PREPARED TO FILL CHECKER'S ROLLED WHITE OATS,
YOUR ORDERS ON HECKER'S ROLLED WHITE OATS,
MOTHER'S OATS,
Serve any one of the above with a cup of "White House" or
1 A M EA"L -Ariosa" Coffee and rolls, and you'll have a delicious
Summer Breakfast
OATS CORN
GRITS FLOUR LIBBY=McNIEL & LIBBY
AND ARMOUR'S
Reynold's, Battle Axe, Champ CANNED MEATS
Carter, Schnapps and Liberty
Bell Tobacco CRACKERS, PICKLES, OLIVES, SAR-
Steel Trap, Cremo, Lisco, Two INS, ETC
Orphans and Other Popular
Brands of Cigars BAYLE'S CONDIMENTS


H. B. MASTERS,

OCALA, IFLORIDA.I


ME


L~ Lr L t t t t


PAa t~IV


OCAL EVEING TAR.SATURDAY, JUNE 25. 1904.








PAGE SIX OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JUNE 25. 1W4.


Car


Load


of


ew


Furniture


We have just received a Car Load of Furniture that will be sold at


SUMMER


PRICES


In this carL
bargains.


were


mrany beautiful good at


Ir"r~e


Arrnongi other articles, beautiful Hall


Racks and Buffets, Side Boards and owvell Bed


Roomn Suites, Latest Designs in


SEE THEM AT ONCE--THEY WILL INTEREST YOU.


J. A. PITTMAN & SON


ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many casess of asthma that were con-
sider-d hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bu-sing.
701 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 50o,. io)ttle entirely cured me
of asthma, which had \,been gr:-ow!n-g on
me for twelve years. and if I had taken
it at the start I woull have been save-d
years o office Drugstore.
F'4PR ALE-L.ly's s,., i!e an!
blanlk,-t: g Cha;i :lliss .


ACUTE RHEUMATISM PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED
Deep tearing or wrenhng pans. oc- -th.n-s se
Deep, tearing or wrenching patn?, oc- F',,ll,,\Ming or,- th- ntm-s of some of


casioned by getting wet through: worse
%then 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.. 5'nc. and $1.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
FI'I'tNI*b-A gsod llMac.k coat. Own,-r.
hy i,',V.\ r ,1 p 91pN-rty. .,' n s-<'ture' lh.
s.im,- ft,,n, Ir. WV lt .r }Ho, I. No, .i.


th- in-.ln gr,'.\-!s who plant-led Glos-
sier s ,-,l. s.oltd by Tylings aiil t'ompla-
ny. in this city: V. W. Mann at Yotrk:
Mr. Sent,-r ;inl Mr. M.-ff-rt at Low-
ell: J. M. Knobl.-ck. Martin: th M.Na-
rimon F1.rms anid J. H. Spenw-!. <4-iala.:
J. J.1. Tillis of Laly L.tke. All thesa" h;at
th blest ,f re-sults. Sh-riff L.tne of
Sut it.-r countyy .id1 i alti.lly \,-ll with
n's s.'- .9.* i t. n i Hi ll ..n.I Lihlion ,f
b l. ri.is.,-l ,a tin- ,r.q.! f",in i ', ky
I-'rl A:nta:louplf s--lI I tu..ht "r-ona Ty-
linigs tal <.a.>npaiy.
THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
HIM WITHOUT SUCCESS


The excellent cigars made by Charles W L. Yancey. Palu ah, Ky., writes:
Peyser. the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy- I had :a severe tase of kiln'-y disease
al. can be had at the Ocala News Co. an thee of the best lphysi,'.ians in
K-intiicky treated Ime without su-cc-ss.


D


AME


The Leader in Ice Cream


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION


-- The originato,r of the
VELVET BRAND
Any color or flavor.
S'Or9loers filled on demand in ariy quan-
i tity desired.
I -


We Are Still Hstling.
and supplying builders with the very
bes. seasoned lumber for every pur-
lose. While the demands of our cus-
tomers are great we bave disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our
efforts to meet the desire for a grade
of lumbAer of the best quality have been
apl.:e -iated far beyond our expecta-
tions.


c. I. RACE


T. W SMITH


&


COMPANY


"oF NW kFR


I thn took Fol-y's Ki.in,-y t'u:e. The
first bottle gave nm inummeinte relief.
ai-1 three bottles cu.rel nme- permanent-
ly. I gla!.ly r-co'nnmmienl this wO ,le:'-
ful renmedy." S<,ld ly the Pustaffi',-
Lrz u'store.
Th- a,.ilaa J,-: s.y ':*.. !-:v y rin sup
;. 'y t;f:,n o in' ,;.: t t, ga.':.ty-tliv\ g.l-
l,-ns -.f milk 6-: ,i.,y. ParlTi-. s in m g#t
milk. -ilit.,,r ,r lauttr-' ;i:ny tin .- of d'ty
lyv s.lit. to th l.i y; corner North
I' aiiiklin St.
Arsu.sy. SInliaT S.-t ,n-.l Ainsley's
.il .|a.Z.II'. fa'r J.ily. j .ust r ,-r.i\ fl ly
J. F.'. W'illi.a sil.on ;at l.arti'a s .tui l.
A FRIGHTENED HORSE
Running like mad down the street, WW e
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
other accilitnts are every ay occur-
i ic-aes. It behooves everybody to have
a reliable Salve handy and there's none
a.s good as BIuckltn's Arnica Salve.
Burns. Cuts. Stores. Eczema. Piles dis-
aipp-iar quickly umnie-r its soothing ef-
fe.t. 2e.. at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-
store.


CREAMERY BUTTER
The Carmichael and Son Co. keep
conistaitly on hani. receiving a fresh
suppIT-ly every two days. ,l-flioious. pure
Georgia creamery butter. 25 cents per
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37.


THROWN FROM A WAGON


Carry a Full Line of General Hard ware, and are now open for business ino i:L,,h ,: ', ..v ,: h..
the Fishel Old Stand. West of the Squ are. II ;I i i.a :'.,.-:i. s 'i:. La : :
All Goods New and First Class: A gents for Patton's Sun Proof Pa:nts: :s t 1i..I' :; :.
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves. Ranges. Farm Tools of all ..... ;.. :., ... .s ; ... :
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware. Tinware. Agateware. etc. Sash. Door ,,: N. 1' '
and Blinds. Guns and Ammunith:n. Pen.nsular Stoves and Ranges-none ,. :
better: Wire Nett rg. t-e American F,e;d and E!wood Fencing. The Low- .: -. ...
est Prices Will Precvail.
Seventeen Yea-s' Exe-.ocene in the Hare;..are Business Fam:li-rizes Us .
With the Wants of tne People. "Yowr Bus..Vnss Solicited ..


he


Sale


IS


n!


The Biggest Values in


MEN'S


SHIRTS


Ever heard of


have just bought out a large factory in New York, and
received 100 dozen of the prettiest shirts that have ever


been in Ocala, and as we bought these at half
intend to sell them at half price.


cost,


we


THIS IS A GOOD CHANCE TO SUPPLY YOUR WARDROBE WITH
SHIRTS FOR A YEAR AT A SMALL COST


COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION,
BEFORE THE LINE IS BROKE


0 ST N


CHEAPER THAN WOOD


Sale
of


a-


Sewing


Machines


MCIVER & MACKAY


We -ave a arguee numnier of sei ng mac nnes that nave b.en used-som-r
out litte-tia' v e v..,. c. se o.t at Barga n P- ces. Tnese rrac" nes nave
been t'c-c...'r cver-'a"ed b. exper.encec ormen and ai. v.crn parts re-
p:aced and made as good as ret'. for service. Eacn macn ie is ad isted. tr.ec
and guaranteed to do pcr'e:t v.r..; before it .eaes .-r s:cre. Ca, ce se'r
and tr-ed. if cee.red.
We wI. se,: tnese -*acles bery ,ov. ;:r :as-. Pr :es run '-cr $ t 2
and eaci is a ba-ga;n at t'ie p- ce.
We are agents fcr t-e ceebrated -e.. Hl-'e" a-d "*W-ee'er a-d W:
*on" Se.%ng ac" -es- v td or titnoL; .jt*;n-'-:e attac-rent.
Grapl oohcnes and Recocrds. A G ao-;:r'-cie and E Records for $5.


S .\ 'DOC
SLED SY i-i'S DOCTOR
.- < - -<


SPECIAL ATTE ION TO O'.AIL ORDERS


Furniture and House Furnishing Goods at


Ocala


"SMITH'S"

Furniture


Co.


Ocala, Florida


Phosphate, Mining and Washing Machinery
Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages

HARNESS AND SADDLERY OF ALL KINDS
Building Materials, Every Kind and Description
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
Phosphate Plants Installed Complete


Special


~_ ~~ __ ______ ~_ __ __~_~__ _ _ ~ _ ~_ ~__ ~__ __ _ ~~_ _ _ __ __~ _~ __ _ _ __ __


PAe sIX


OCAL EVNIN STR, ATURDAY, JUNE 5194


t


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C,


STORE


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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. JUNE 25. 1904.


PAOR SKVi


S E A A Oriental sherlok Holmes.
A look on India tells of a native de-
teetive who's' methods were anything
AIR LINE RAILWAY but 4crupulous. One imniportant matter
Inv'sti.ateol was a r,,obiry of about
S a Rfte half a lakh of ruee-.' worth of silver
Ing,,ots taliout $27..5.oni. that was sent
down on -amiels with an e",jrt ,f fif-
Last Excursion to West Florida and teen aru-l men from In aore to Kotab.
Return This Season The escort was killed by Davoits and
the silver taken. Isri PershaiLthe ori-
lake City. $3.2;. Live Oak. 3., mental Sherlo-k Holmes. rasselsar major
Madison. t4; Monticello, $4.50; Talla- of a native regiment. made It his busl-
hasuee, $4.50; Quincy. $5; River June- mess to bring these men to justice and
tion. $5; Bainbridge. Ga.. $5. Tickets when asked in after years how he oh-
on sale for night train only of June 27; talked his proofs remarked. smilingly
final limit. July 5. stroking his beard, that if a man was
M-SAVANNAH. GA., and return. Judiciously strung up. spread .eagle
Tickets on sae for night train only of wise, by hds thumbs, much useful In-
Tickets on ale for night train only of formation might be extracted, and.
July 1; final limit July 12. having no marks of ill treatment to
"-.COLUMBIA, C., and return. show to the sabibs. he generally held
Tickets on sale for night train only his tongue. Of a certain witness In
of July 1; final limit July 12. this case he wrote that he had "given
A SPRINGS. 'awfully good evidence' at the trial, but
.5-EiREKA SPRINGS. d as there was 'just a little discrepancy"
return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays between this and his previous deposti-
and Saturdays; limited 60 days. tlons before the political agent, when
$28.55-HOT SPRINGS, ARK.. an4 re- the original files were called for by the
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays higher court. 'it would hIe better to
and Saturdays. Limited 60 days. omit this one and say it had been eaten
by white ants.'"
$19.30-NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re-
turn. Tickets on sale June 18. 19, 20, old Leather Bottles.
July 3$, 4, 5; limited 15 days from date Leather bottles, or blackjacks. were
of sale. Extension obtainable to common In Europe two centuries ago.
September 30. 'The bottles were often made of one
Skin doubled up and closely stitched
15.8-TSCALOOSA ALA.. and re- together. leaving an aperture for the
turn. Tickets on sale June 14. 15, 16. seek. The thick piece between was In-,
17. 20, 21. 27 and July 4; limited to sorted for the slip. It was meant to be
15 days from date of sale. Exten- slung at the back. a leather thong pass-
sion obtainable to September 30. 1904.' ed through two loops placed on t .her
S 19.20-NASHVILLE. TENN.. and re- aide of the nek. and it was sufficiently
turn. Tickets on le June 23. 25. 27; fat at the base to stand when put
limited to 15 days from date of sale. horn or old leather. A go m deal of
Extension obtainable to September 30. care was required in the preparation
$26.15-WEST RAI)EN SPRINGS. IND. of the leather, which had to be oiled
and return. Tickets on sale July 21 and worked with hammers to make it
to 24 inclusive: limited to August 11. SUpple and then washed with a lye so
That all the Impurity was entirely re-
2.20-FRENH LICK SPGS IND.. moved, leaving the leather clean and
and return. Tickets on sale July 21 dry. No moisture or air had any effect
to 24 Inclusive, limited to August 11. on it. Blackjacks were, in fact. flagons
$31.93-ATIA-NTIC 'CITY. N. J.. and made In various sizes. They were
..... -.. .. .. ...T., .. i ,, .o.a sometimes pitched inside.


return. u w eltl on sao a.1u- iy *
11: limit-ld to July 23.
$32. 5-Et'llEKA SPRINGS. ARK., and
return. Tickets ton sale July 6 to 14
inclusive; limited to August 7.
FOUlRTH -' JULY RATES. Tickets
will ie sold on July 2, 3 and 4 to all
points in the territory south of the
Ohio and I'otoinaci and east of the
Mississilppi rivers, including St. Lou-
is. Mo., at onte :anl one-third farn's.
Extreme limit of all tickets, July S.
1904.
SUMMERt tl'IU'IST TICK&rS to the
priniilal T'.'orts on sale daily, with
extreme limit t. ttloet r 31. 1*14.
45.55-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RE-
TURN
Tickets on stale daily. beginning April
25; limited to December 15, returning.
$3"-ST. LOUIS, MO., AND RETURN
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
25; limited returning 60 days from.
date of sale.
i Md NATI I8- IU U ANDd RE*' .


$ -CIUCiN AMU l, , -
TURN.
Tickets on saio July 16 and 17: limit-
e-l returning to July 25. Extension
obtain:bl hie.


THE





OPERATES

bibe Daily Trais
Carrylw Pallan Stleer. Cafe
4 am (a Isa eart) aN 4 Chair
Carn (mots fe).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETWEENN
inrham. a- Kansas city
ANDO TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, 01dkmai a =11inTwgilftee
ANO T-E
Far West ad MeueL
TMINI SLEEPING CA SmCE FRU TiE
50gTKAST TO ME IS ANO
KMittlSAl ITY.
WE-WAT tR NUMN TRIP
reansim tkhaft hew Atlanta. 6.. and
hMmibaim. Al.. to points in
senthwest aslte h ft and thir4
Tmweea a ow* math.
Des.criotve :;:era--e. tilrkes ar.a-ced
a- J tv.-3ugh reserva:.ans ma:e upon anp..-
ca.orn to
F. c. CLARK. Tav. Passa arT..
ATAkNTA. GA.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTA, GA.

In t!. <':,ui: .',u:1. M.ar:on Co .:ty.
,.lorildi I:n -. t y.
Ttn.mpa. lBuili:,. .i: I Investnr,,en CCom-
;p.t:ny. versus S. W\. T,,,'iCu1. et .il.
It :s ordc:o that the df"en .t:s
h l:n n~;-. e : 1. H.; L, S :::. H. a ::ll.
:. 1'. A l":... l'-.h.i l- A ".:-. Jh:'. P.
1..- ;.-'r .n i r 'e::x I.e:::.r be .-,r !. th.y
.re crc'e y re';:.ire I t'> ..;;tr tc the
b : ; i::. r. this ',.use on or
b-f.,'e Moniay. the 4th d.ay of July. A.
1' :s*'-4.
I: :! further or.--.-d hait a copy 'f
!: .,ri'- b- ; ..1.h'. l inr the Oca:a
:." fo: eight ,'o~ -u;tie i'eks.
T!;:s the 29th day of Apri. A. P *:'4.
Sr. Sisrunk.
Clrk CirCH Sruk 'urt.

R. I.. A- ,-? ", '." ** ..-,-


The Moslem Girl.
When shle Is twelve or fourteen the
Moslem girl conie to know sie Is beau-
tiful. though she does not marry at the
early age of the Hindoo girl. She
counts the saris and Cholis and sighs
for fringes of pearls and modern dia-
mond earrings she sees the friends of
her mother wear. In her rose colored
Tell and gold spots she is the prettiest
picture you ever saw. With gazelle
eye-s and Asiatic grace she Is full of ar-
dor mitnd naivete at the same time. She
runs like :k fawn at tih* approach of a
straikumT. but when uno served her
laughter rings through the house, and
the instinctive coquetry of her smiles
shows that the purdah Is a necessity.-
Everybtxody's Magazine.

Following In His Footsteps.
Visitors to 'hina are particularly
struck tby the numbers of pairs of
boots hung in separate wooden cages
i In the archway of the main west gate
Sof Ilsuanhu:a. the valedictory gifts of


beneficent prefects. It is an attrac-
tire custom in China to invite a de-
parting magistrate whose rule has
been popular to leave a pair of old
boots for suspension in a prominent
place as a hint to his successor to fol-
low In his footsteps. It Is a consider-
able honor to be asked to leave these
boots. aitd the ruled make the request
all the more eagerly because they be-
lieve in the efficacy of the hint.
Wbat Wrinkle Sigaify.
Wrinkled foreheads in children be-
token consumption. rickets or idiocy.
Vertical wrinkles of the brow come
early to men who do much brain work.
Arched an f crossing wrinkles about
the lower middle of the forehead be-
token physical or rental suffering.
Flue close, meshed wrinkles which cov-
er the face., sign of auge and decrepi-
tude. ar' causoedl y los, of contractile
nervous force :iil 'are previentld by hot
bathing. fri.-tioti and electricity.-At-
lanta C'onsltit ion.
A Gloony Veddinx ( Two se|,tu:g,,n'tri.las iaiav*. just cele-
brated their golden weldlinL. and
aniong their many prisentu*. was one
fronm a to:nl'stonie otmanuf.cturer. whose
gift took the form of a touilhsTone with
the names of the c-ont'le eenzr;iveIl upon
It. It will Iw at once erectie upon a
spot whin h the recipients of the gift
have seectedl a.- their last resting
place.-Liverpo ol I'ost.
Iaualted.
Higles-Is there any truth In the
report that your en:ployer discharged
you last week'? Mugsins-Yes. but I
wouldn't mind It so much if he hadn't
added insult to Injury. Hiirlets-Why.
how's that? Muroins-He advertised
for a small boy to till my place.
How He Gained urcesa.
"'Didn't he make e failure of life at
first'"
S"Well. yes: he failed at errrything
until be struck the happy idea of sell-
ing advi-,ce on how to succeed to youne
men who have more ambiltio than
sense."-Ch.caro Post.
The Main question.
"And you have finally decided the
monmentous question? '
"Wel!.l no-er-n-'t exactly. We have
*ecldid to ret marr:e.1. but whether
we'll board, keep hLouse or live in a
flat is still in the air."-Baltimore
News.
laeoastatent.
Mrs. Smitl M- sn.::.. your rage
makes you i: .n.siten. Mr. Smith-
How io'? Mrs Si::Th -Why. because
you are swearing on t:ie prayer rug.
There. is ;: .; -,.-,,. '...ween oeig


I..> t,- r c'rn; :a::'. bUSY &azd beon; ;d~r~i


IEXCURSIO


SAVANNAH $6

SAND

COLUMBIA $S


0 VER


AIR


LINE


THE











RAILWAY


Tickets on sale only for train leaving'
Ocala night ofJuly ist.
Passengers to be handled special from
Jacksonville to Savannah and
Columbia, returning by
regular trains on
or before


1 JULY L
JOHN D 7.ZIER, Agent.
Ocala. Flo
A. 0. MA.'DONELL, A. S. P.


-U -


I RIN


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

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


THE COLORED PEOPLE'S
DEPARTMENT

Rev. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor

SUNDAY SERVICES

Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
(Dr. D. H. Brown, Pastor.)
9:30 a. m.-B. Y. P. V.
11 a. m--Services.
3 i' ,m.-Union Sunday sc-hhol review.
7:3', p. m.-Preaching.

Mt. Zion A. M. L Church
(Rev. R. S. Quarterman Pastor)
9:30 a. m.-Sunday schooL
11 a. m.-Preaching.
3:3o' p. m.-Services.
7:30 p. m.-Services.

Covenant Baptist Church
(Rev. R N. Countee, Pastor.)
11 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. N. S. Vas,.
2:30 p. m.-Services.
7: 30 p. m.-Sermon by Rev. Vass.

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

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


Zion M. E. Church
I(Rev. W. 0. Bartley. Pastor.)
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Preaching by pastor.
3 p. m.-Preaching by pastor.
. 7:. p. m.-- Preaching by pastor.


fe afw Zion Baptist C
9 a. m.-B. Y. P. U.
3 p. m.-Sunday school.
9 I7:30 p. m.-Preaching.
W. W. COND rila Wi anted-A well digger.
Sternberger.
A.. Jacksonville, Fla.


hureft


J. Star-


*26-' No. 2 shingles cheap. J. Starr
Sternlbrger.
Several new cottages for rent. J.
Starr Sternberger.
M. L. 1H.-atl-y ,of Silver S-.rinoas was
in tht-e ity y-ster Ly.
For Sale Cheap--2. -,~eo' No. 2 shin-
gles. J. Starr Sternberger.
*;ive th- i'rescrilption ,leijoirtmn-it of
the New I)rugstore iA tritl.
Low rates and .-,asy t-rms. (;oo1l lots,
$:3'; to $S*'. near in. Call on Ditto.
*Fine roe shad every other day at
Tompkins' stall. No. 10,. city market.
Th- .lr'-. suit :. of F P. ;.t.adson
has roech-eI its destination. Thanks.
v-,ryl>,,dy goes to th- so.w fountain
at the New Drugstor,- for cool drinks.
;. ,ir'" Fast-Th.os- lots in S.-hw-er-
in's sub division. Prie- $:;o 4to $6. Call
on Iitto.
All lubs tare- ex,-'tei0 to r'-eport at
th- trust-s' rally ot Zion M. c. ,hurch
too' iorrow.
*Call at the Mack House for com-
fortable lodging and board at reasona-
ble rates. West Broadway.
lI-ry H oll.nd's n ro.-ty '' on Tu.-ke-r
Hill h !...-s full supply of groe-ri-s..


S6 TO SAVANNAH, 6A., AND RETURN i f..h.-** *L y-r. l -tn


S8 TO CHARLESTON AND RETURN

The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell for train
No. 78, July Ist, tickets from Ocala to Savannah, Ga.,
and return at rate of $6, and to Charleston, S. C., and re-
turn at $8. All tickets good until July 12th.
Don't miss this opportunity to visit the "Forest City"
with its suburban resorts-Thunderbolt, "The Casino"
and Tybee, and Charleston "By-the-Sea," and the Isle of
Palms, and enjoy yourself. No tickets to be sold from
Jacksonville proper. Never was there a cheaper and more
delightful trip offered. Notice carefully the trains and
dates for which tickets will be sold.



T. \\Vil'!-T P. } -\ Ta' ,,a. ?-a.



W.P. EDWARDS

At the City Market

Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetables

in Season

City and Country Trade Solicited
Free Delivery Plnne 121.


*WHITE'S CREAM
YWORM S VERMIFUCE.

For 20 oYea s Led all Worm as.
j~p~i r yT JA^TSTF. CLLLa'Jp C. Loutz.


r- 1'.t' 4 on f.vor .4 4 P. t
L --~- th(1of 1 r! % r~t -v~y (lay
al rjk'nR -an-I PBro-ks i- cacream
*l.i! ';,p and e'-.j y'y urs.-If.
D-of" JrLENT--Thr'-- 2-7-oom h',up'-9

"I'o..--ru-rn yjh~use. 3. Stmrr S'-rnh.-r-


*.-.o. All, -i-!-s lie I ;'.. th


*K-n in'-mc.m: y Th-it tha 3Mark

**" : n. ,:t ,.!:.n. 1 .)1,an] 7a




at !-ti n


-R. J. N-7s:r'ja. N.,rth






M~~~~~1 Z -.. '-yhr. -Tnir .'-x-


x n..'. n- -* h s -sr.f

h- ---x s-r n %-.i

f S.%- nk

-- I z.'-. .- 4:-nl.- jy


its -t-::.ghtful sceneryr y and bahny air.
*A. W. Walker. formerly in the em-
jiloy of L- Green. has opened a Orst-
S:.i.i barber shop next to Parker's ree-
t.urant. rear the the S. A. L All worg
,work done in fine style. Give him a
call.
The following officers of Mt. Zion A.
M. K. Sunday school will be installed
tomorrow morning:. L. Johnson. s-
'ermtendent: Mrs. L W. Dukes. ase-
tant superintendent: Miss C. A. Q-
terman., secretary.
4 our West Broadway druggist and
physician must have a striking re-
semblance to our Broadway Jeweler. at
any rate one is often taken for the
other. Be that as it may. each Is doina
a flourishing business.
SF. Mention, the hustlitag grocer., h
enlarged his business and is ready -1
supply the public in choice groceries
vegetables, cool drinks, confectionwy.,
etc. Free delivery wagon. Tour er-
ders solicited. Iron buildln&g South
Main street.
*L. Green. the lightning shaver. Ca
and try his shave and hair cut and you
will always come. Shave, 10e.: hdr
cut. :Sc.: honing razor. 2Sc.; concave
Srazor. 75c. All work first chlms.
long delays: two chairs. Next door e
Alberstlne Smith. on West Broadwy.
Very f-w people know the powitlea
the etlito.r of a department like this
I holds in regard to his employes.his pa-
trons. his family and his God. It takes
j a skillful editorial pilot to guide the
Svessel through the rocky channel in so
furious a community storm as this
This e-lit,,r has his eye on the compass
:* An his hand on the wheel, and with a
level head. *'olumbus like. heeding
nothing. moves safely on. What more
4'-oul*I you do if you held the same po-
sition. The lible says. "All things may
he lawful. but all things are not ex-
pedient." Time brings better proof
than talk. Be patient and wait."


COLDS CURED


in 24 Hoeurs


OPAAG
win cure Coughs,Colds,Catarrl
La Grippe, Neuralgia,Headach
InfluenTa, Bronchitis, Sor
Throat and Rhmusnatism, tc
gether with all feverish condition
of the system. They act gentl
on the bowels without pain o
riping. Keep your bowels opes
y taking OPAAC, the only rem
edy that will reach the mucoM
membranes and put them in
healthy condition.
Catarrh develops from a cold o
the slightest cough-very bar
and stubborn to cure, as it ma
faten itself in the head, lung
stomach or pelvic organs, if a
lowed to progress.


OPA


C


effects a cure at once and pat
the entire system in a health coo
edition. If you do not de.v
pro,,mpt and satisfactory result
from the use of OPAAC, advis
us at oncu.
7or sa;e at all rfrnaists.
a"M tMhe SMube.


ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE
Ocala, Fla.

N' '", I' .\I'i'lI' .ATI' N FOR)

... r A.' i,, p1.t
N'.: "- .- h-:-v'y g;v.-n ?h.r S.arah f.
To-.. . -' t.x .-roti. .' No.
;-4. .," ".i .- 7" .l;,y ,f Aug rait. A.
I' :'"* h. t.;-i ,-t ri.* in m y
.;l h. :.<.l.*- i;-,;: .it: n for
. i- ;n '.rl. with
.* = ^-t:r, .1" -tT.hr:t' v rths- fol-
: ;i.s: *:-- prT' -rty sotitu t- lan
SIy. F-'r-i.. To-. !t: Sw
"f i i r nw'2 of sww
: n. :.n :. tr,'. A r..hTi> 1.. south. range
'. r un. t :'. ;. in -re -t. The
s. i n 1 n 1-:rn .n ss-u.. the ateo of
'h- ; -~ :..- of u h f-r!-'atp in the
r. n -- ,f 'i" kro'. n T'.t.<. s9taid -rtif-
-'.:' r- -- ,- s .-: ,or,'lng to
iw :.,x .!--1 'ill '.- th*-r-on on the
=,;'\' !: o f Jilly..% .A 1 I,- .
r.-n--. my *#f:A. itl irinatur- and
.-:'; tn:,' rth.- :'. at .y of June. A. D.
]"4. ST. T. Sistrunk.
C:erk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla



1. A. Colver Bos

MELchsAt Tailos,
Have in stock one of the flGest assor.
meats of suitings for holiday suitm
ever presented to the Ocala public.
Style and fit guaranteed. Cleanaga&
dyemg and repairing neatly done. PMa
and winter suitings to your likta.
B.e'* .::t, for *he money In town. In
, ,c:ti.,n -,..:( '--d No. 3. North Ma
St., two d.o:i north of Oeala M-tt


LOW RATES

TO


HOT SPRINGS, ARK.




IRKf.I' S will be sold every Wednesday and
L Saturday during months of June, July, Au-
gust and September from points n Southeast,
at one fare, pls $2, for the round trip, limit 60
days.
For Books and Pm nphlets descriptive of the
Hotels, Bath Houses, etc., apply to


I


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PAGE EIGHT


OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. JUNE 25. 1904.


FAIR RATES

acksonville


Routit Trip. (Ion sled il. a iyR und T
4,,, kd tl:: Il-etwe brr I-s. : ly. ,'-

Round Trip flnsale dal- t Round
ly. -t'dl sa ty days. t lay- On
COX only in c


Sothemrn Railway

WorM's Fair Route, St. Loas


Tr,,p. fir. .'ie [Dal
4d fiftevnriday*.

Trip.D iooite.n
n"IteTup~ds-airxtd
oya i'i June. lt....d
c-,amches.


Either through Atlanta and Chattanooga or Columbia and Asheville,
*Land of the Sky" route.
Only line from Florida with its own rails to St. Louis. Two trains daily
from Jacksonville. Through sleeping car.
STOP-OVERS GOING AND RETURNING, on World's Fair season, sixty-
day and flften-day tickets, within limit, at principal mountain and summer re-
cort points to the Carolinas and East Tennessee. No extra cost. An oppor-
tunity to visit the greatest of World's Fairs and spend a vacation in the
mountains, where side trips can be made through the Sapphire Country. Lake
Toxa.way. the Highlands, etc.
Detailed and valuable Information, maps, folders, etc.. cheerfully furnished
upon application. J. C. LUSK.
District Passenger Agent. 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.







Vacation Days in




COLORADO


very condition which makes for pleasure, whether
luxurious or simple. is fulfilled underr the Tur-
quoise Sky" in the 'Colorado .Mountains. It is the
natural playTroun-i for the vacaition-deserving from
thoi section. Illustrated literature sent free on
request.


Through Sleeper service From

St. Louis and Memphis Every Day


FRESH 7WEAYTS AND GAME
AT THE CITY MARKET
We keep on hand a full line of the best Beef. Pork, Mutton and Sausage
to be had. Game in season. Fresh Vegetables, etc. Careful attention to


orders and quick delivery made.


WOBLD'S

From j


*-ertain officers, the issuing of bon'ls
and' the assessment andl taxes in said city." Approved June 4.
1'0.. shall ie iauthorize-il by a ivote of ta
majority of the city at said ele'-tion.
S,-<. : '. The mayor an'ld ity coiuni,!
of saili city of 'cala, in their I orr .irate
capacity, shall issue frolnt tine- to time.
bonsls of sail city in tlnoninitiiti-ons of
(-ne hunilreld iolla:s. the irin'ipl.i of
each shall be payable ;it the+- n.l of notI
less than ten y-ears. nor mnior.- than
twenty years. the ;aggri eate- ft- ;tital
of said l-onds iin no, v tnt o -xi--.1 the,
sum ,ot fiorty-tiv- thous.ianI .Iolar's: s.til.
hoanls shall im-.tr itite-st io' t Ito I xI'X-.-,I
tive i.per 'ei nt. el" ;Inlnuill t.o t ,. tfix'-l
by or-linatic,. \\hi.h int*.i.st shall I,-
;'avyabI+ se-iii-a.itniialliy oII thI. ti, st ,i.ly
of January a11i July .,' ...ti'h ..r'O t!,.Ir.-
after. ,in.l sh:Ill le- .y.a:il1- .it th. ,* yit
of oI al;i. .ail hitondi s;l.:,: ti- -en r l.t\ -
*- undhr th- *lir,- ction of th*. 'In.yI
.':al 'ity 0ouin il of s.ii.l ity. .i .l shall
I- sii.gn-l by the lmIayoir a;ll ity clt-rk.
;andl shall e':ar the torpor.at.' s.-., of the.
city of ial,. :allal .ha!l tot 1It. soI .att
less than tlhtir fac', v:Ilum.. .a1il shall
Sbe delivee.l iln .alloluntis as th- Sanlll-
l are paid foar, for the purlpos.-s he-rein-
ifter inention.,l anll provit il, for. atll1
the- pirio-e< ls f salt of s. i.i bonils sh.al
I e aippllie-l only to th*- purpo-ses ffor
which s.ame a.re hereby :authorlizel.
,Said bonds shall have interest cou-
otims -engratVedl amni attached thereto.
signed by the city treasurer of the Sti'i
eity. andl payable on the dates aboVe


W. L. JONES, Proprietor |;am-n,i. and ait th" plate spe-'itfed in
this irilinance. ant be abtove mentioned
ordinance to be heeeafter passed des-
i -


itniount n;nim-'l herein.
-. ,. .stjl. btr h Sia s .hai'I n.t tP. s.o I
tiy thie trust*.-s. -x. e th- -;:- th-r..,of
shall l>, :muthorize.-.l I.y th, 'o,:i, ,..l o.r-
*I a i, t ,.it i im t(lth z : t** f.i ,.-.f. f
herea-fter to I ,. .* l. .. .
subs eiIie ,l t o'I1.r ;... ;f tth. \ ..'- .1T
s;ai.J l.-, tion .,shou I tth :.:- t:u. :t--
u11n< ** of -.u is .. ,', r.* :n !.ro\ ; I. t !
If th. full ;Tmol; t of th. 10,1.4 !hlt
may l- iutho, iyz.-,I t, .- :I -m.-. I h,,u: I
for a ny *a.lls). r.-l. .. 'I n o 'i i h: t-l. 3Then
the- surplus of ..in.l t,*.ti '. th. h *, 1-
of th- truste-.-. : ,:! h. \ "r .,, ;..
r i el- e.l t to h." :t. ,. ,. r .
o f 1 .i l. I. 1 s h.' 1*- 1.% s. :
uti' li l *i l.-s o l. i i ..i. . f
t.y :im thoi, i ..,l l.y t, r.. : .. I !
,y th,. i l I ; '". `1. ,. :' | *"


S.. .-!..ti n ... 7 T.;I. ., .
;;s s ;it,,.
. i0 i.I i% i ti r ]. 0 f *..-.

|*,"o, lI, Ii ,, ,i ;i :h l., :.* '. .. '. !
.alsI t. s r .o.y of thi o l'. : ., 3 ;. .
]!: h*',l fo : t l ,',i t t!, ;. ,\ i .L" i \ ...*
hrt too the tihin.- --f th.- '. : '.. of . i
,',te tion in ti n k .,a. : ,h .la1 i ,
s.ii, city of t ah .l.s. a'. iF l i i'l ),!o.
A l n.in tioin sh.a ll st.i- t. h. t;n. I :t : .
:nIi m ain.n-tr of holI! i ,t .*.-. t!,r!.I
sh:Ill st.iat,. the wi-utioii on %% ,wh ( t th.
Alot* is to o1- ttak-n. ;lant .0h 0!l a .ttte th-
namnes oaf th.e lo-k.t s ;n, l sI--to-r ,.f
Il-tif o tn in th s-v-tr al w.ir.l of msil
t ity in the .snt- 7m In.in e-r .as It priI'r *% I',l
in the general dle.t ion orlin.ans. : nI.
ii any clerk or insp.etor of clI- tlion
shall fail or refuse top serv-,. others may
I*iw apjlpoint-e.I in their pl:i -.., or if any
inisloetor or clerk of election named by
the mayor falls to attend at the proper


OIOt Ot OIOBOIOIOIO OIOB OlO1 ignatlng such Pila,'e. 0 .,i.. ,i ,p,.- .ii ;t ,a tthe i,,I o>ielln in, l"
e** e***e* e .e .e. BBesem eSn Se.. 3. The city councill shall levy 'lls for -l. 'tlion those insp.- tors pre-s-
U 'tti- annually such special tax on all the -tt shall till the t-vacaf'vy or vaccih'o.q
S E A B O A RDO 1 taxable 'roplierty within the cirlaorate jand if all the insp.'tirrs abs.e-nt, then
i U Brlimits of said city. \ hich is hereby those Persons Ire-s.-nt lU-liti,-l1 to i't'
O B pledged to, the payment of said bond, shall fill the *':1.;1) aes. Then rills shall
SAI IN AILWAY 11 /Aand the interest thereon, as may be be opened at S o'-.-io.k ,. mi.. in.l lsld
A bonds. ;inl apro.-iile for their payment o(f onre-half hour between I* noon ,nmd
1 FOR ;iani retiremennt when the Qs;ne shall be- 1 i The -riling pla.'-s sh;ll -
Savannah, Columbia. Camden, Southern Plnea. tcome lu- uuler the provisions of an ,'ttedl at. ,ir as iie.ir as ris'rati';ttl- it).
Sor, lina,,t'e hereafter t,, h)' lassesd to tar- the liollin, jlehi'es use-di t the l;,.t g..n-
SRaleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, ry int effect. t the provisimns of this or- eral city election. The clerks an-,l in-
1 Philadelphia, New York. dinance.-:; :nl the said city aountcil an.d speit 's f elei'-tion in each ar l shall
STW 0L ANT TRAN D Lm. ayor .hall. fr,,ni time to time, 'by or- m;k.' out anrd sign liuljliate r-turns ,if
TWO ePe1 ANT TRAINS DAILY. O (ditante. require the trustees of sail elec tion,. nd sh:sll deliver *ri (c,4py
SarI d Express, bonds ani, the ,lis.bursing agents hand- theref to the city. clerk for the .ity
SSeaboard Express, ling the money hereby provided to be t-ou.il. an-1 on@ -copy shall they -dlv-
SSeaboard Mail raise, such bonls for the faithful per- er to the mayor; said' returns shall
e ab ard M atiformance of the-ir duties as may be state the number of pe-rs-onis voting ait
necessary to fully protect the interests s.ai election in the wardl forom which
ODERN PULLlAN EQUIPMENT. of s-ait l city sailt sieia;l tax for inter- the' return o11esC. anil shall show the
Snst. andl for the rpaymrent of said bonds number of voets in that war.l cast r--
S h nlln- li e ay.bhle an.d collectable only sl,,'tively **for'" or againsts" the issu-
0 ONLY LINE OPERATING in i la. tll min money of the I'nitel States. ing" it f the honlis fmr the Ip- hast ses n-
U Dally Through Sleepers from JacKson- t ain ti.-st t!uhe .ouiins ,, h ity..l sumiqtl y thl s i, lran..ln ish
OhldepO aN w Yhen ,ko',,t1-, -,l .hal i,.- "Pplie l ,ity ,'lnrak shinll iupt l ,.:tvn n fturni.h '.,
Sville o Ne 0rleans. ''h 'h, te .f ri, -. he ou N-wis-.tos ,n .i u.-,ks ,.f .:.. .,.
to w r ho.T.is. ;ril th.e r-rir.,ial therseof.I'1 ii .- ;..t i.l. iln ..- i -

S FP fall information and Bleper Reservations, oall on any Agent s .. 1n: ll ,r b.-. ,h. A.,i y" lists : l.i lliks tI- .I '! in sf:t.i
* Seaboard, or write i ,- 4. Th-,', shrIll lie ,i N eanr.i of *.In ltion.
O A 0b M4.rbDo..i A fGg. Ageisa O :. ':-. ,hl-.-! ,rte it sint|rst l{- :.tyi ,,i,:n thI .ah,'! 7,, ich

SA. 0. MacDonell. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, i, i:.., 0: ,, : f .:, i th- r. r .'..,e:,-m a .*hl .
*O O Jack on"lle. Fl a. .... i"... ,' '.. .I ,nt'.e-x n..d. <,. 7 i '..... -t.'iL' tw-...r f..r th 7
C. BOyLs, JR.. Paimger Agt. Jacksonville. Fla. .. t .s 1 ..... ,, .. '; '-
************ **** ********** Oinn -; .. :. ,.; ..'.. ni;;:..' -, n n t." " .... ":' ** n

1 1 Th h. I... :....::s .:: ...n -*. ... . .... ... -


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AtInnt'i enpt Iinjp -


7' F::.: ..
''.73,. .4- ... .. *~. .: * *- ....--47-.
.. 4


li IL41. I iIv


WORLD'S FAIR RATES

First class excursion rates to St. Louis

and Return:

$45.55, final return limit, Dec 15

$38 final return limit, sixty days

$30.55, final return limit, 15 days

Special ten day coach excursions at very

low rates


- I.~ -


I I IV~


* - 1 I C


SA OE 0RD INA day of July. A. D. !:y4. and hereby au-
UA N O INUlh A mthcorized. the question to be submitted
Authorizing the issuing of Bonds by the to the qualified voters of said < ity) shil!
City of Ocala. :o pay off, cancel and be whether or not bonds of saiI (ity
dis(' harge certain indebtedness of the shall be issued not excee-ling in amount
ity. evidenced by jtigmert and out- the sum of forty-five thousand dollars.
standJing scrip; to place said .ity on for the purposes set out in this se. ti.r.
a cash basis; to better equip the elec- annd this ordinance, an.] e.'twh ,u.tli-.!.
t:ic light plant of said city; provid- elector shall have an opportunityty t..
ing for the payment of said bonds vote for or a:iinst the issui.g o.f Sai.
an.d for submission to the qualified bonds for said pur.os-s: .t-.n if by s,.id
voters of said city the question of the vote the issue ,,f btnds h-reby propos-
issuant.e thereof. ed. not too exc-el th- am,,unt herein
Be it ordained by the Mayor and the named,. and for the pur.-.se-s set out by
<'ity ',oui.-il of the City of O(ala: this ordinancee. be ;uth.orized. sa.ii
city is hereby directed to issue his pro- tion <'f the- m;Iayir and city council .ts
,.laimation. calling an election to be held herein. .;tr. is nimay b.- here.tfter. pr,.-
on thte 'th lay of July. A. D. 19"4. to, vided. and the proce-d's th,-re,,f .shall
de-tw-rmin- n~hether or not the issuance 1h- appilieh- to, the purposes hereby pro-
of th-e bonds, proposed by this ordi- ;",s-i! and to n,, .othr.
nance to be issued under and by virtue Electors .i.-siring to, v*.t- for or
*of th.e authority conferred upon the against the authoriz.ttion if the issuing
mayor and city council, in their corp.r- of tienis of si'I ity for the purposes
cite -a.ipacity. by provisions of an act of above mentionedd, aul f,'r th. .amount
the legislature of the state of Flori-l.i. herein sp.eclwited unli,-r the- .r.>viii..ns ,-r
-ntitled: this orilinance. mn.y v-itt t \hite ptperr
"An act lel.taring the boundaries of liaillot ctiintaiining the w,'rds. "For
the territory constituting the municl- bon1ls.." or "agaiinst bo.lns." aind each of
pality known ias the city of Ocalta, di- said ballots shall beta s unt. .l. .a s ballot
hiding th- same into wards. changing authorizingg or ,ihs..il,.ii.;,g. is the
the time of holding elections therein. as"- may be. the issutan, e of b,,ni.ls f.,r
and providing for the appointment of the purpos.-s propi.,l. ani to the


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*.h *-r !ti.:-it o-in the Y..i m&.of 1). #;.
e7,h,,'A n! u '.i'i la"j,.. ?e sh4-l

.'-:.th.-re..n wo h ''t12*h lay of
J'.A. lo. 19'].
'A V 'AI.1 :gfltt'iT- aflJ
th. -,h 'lay '.f Jun'-. A. D.
S. T. ~Smtrunk.
*K 'i t'r..l .Ma: i'n Pa.

No T~1-*'- AlI'PLl-' ATI(,N FOR
T ~ '..'I t* '' -z-*'t:( n -;'of 'hap-
4''. ... ." F I :rIfa.
N.' ~ ~. A,.-~ :It J'.hn S.


. n A. D.44

r. 'h law.


V i~ :,r"-' irn
-~~7.2".Th- F ta24




nlirr.g the


., LM
J A.-D.


__ _


tn ao far as Pnything herein provided
;41 to b.e *I.'r.c-by him.
PP ..- !1- citi. coun.. l May 24. 11O4"
A:-,,.A --t by W. J. Ehui.r-lix. MAyor.

A !!uv- cop~y. Attest:
$-a L I F. K. Nel-soon. sitv oClrk.

31.4Y4 'RSmPR' i*l.A~sI Tli 'N
Kn.,%i Al! lie, boy These J1'r-!6-nis
That I. Nli. J. tta s..s wri,or i
the .. ;tv ,,f I0 1~,:,s. ri i I~. n ursu i.r -
o-f i~n ''rdinanit ;'aAs"l ii thr *ity

.:4th .!ty of May. A. .Is. 1!#o"4. t.ni .&;--
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LOW RATES ALL SUMMER


GEO. H. LEE, S. L. PARROTT
G;en. P.as.s. Ait.. Dist. Pass. Agt.,
Little Ro,'k, Ark., Atlanta. Ga.


RoCk Island]

System
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deed to tais in accordatee with law.
S.1id .certificate embraces the fellowIl
' -s ribe.l property situated in Martem
, ount). Florida. to-lit. 9* of uw% at
*4-i of nwi and nt, of w% oft w%
.-f nw. sec 35S. tp 15. r 22. The Sa
! n-. being asmesJ at the date of the
:.sAtn. e of Suet h certificate in the nam
-f Mrs. '. B fo. UnleM mid '& crtV-
:, te shall be redeemed according
'.,-. Tix Ieed will isie thereoe on the
-th I.iy of July. A. D. 194.
Witn.-ss my offh'ial tsigmature a d
*-il this the 3rl ,lay of June. A. D.
1,04. S. T. ltrwptl.
*'le-rk Circuit Court. Marion Co. me.

N"oTI'E 'oP APPUt'ATION FOR
Tx Ie.1 U'rndelr section S of Cha-.
t-r 4-%% Ius of Florila.
N. t. e is hereby gl .n that W. A. tied-
A i.. ;-ur h.iaer of t. x certilrates X.t
;7'. Il. d.ited the .n, .My of Jane. A.
SI' *"'". h.is fle- Rald.h 'ertillkatve ia i
.*fit,. .sin- h.as rn m.iad .ipp Ation t
. *,l-.'tl i t* liseue in a sitorLtw. e wt h
'Ai $.ti vrtlifl. Ate enitrr, theM a-
1.a zng *-* ribth t i .r,,p.-rty situatst l
M.trr'n county. 'F"low.i... to-mit st1%
of -**.t *1 3" tn.l eI, of Is t-19. tip
!: ,ner .4 The -m.d Lan.l tbWing a-
*** ;t the dLit. of the irsan-e oat
-,h h *.*i.Ati .iti* in the- nAme w it E. T.
. .- |l--' .*II rirtiAt .tite shall he
r. '*..*.. -" I ...r inri to, ..6 %*?% -1 4
S.]*-. 'h-*.-',. .-n the- .'h Ley of Jw-
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It. 3 ..rn rI 14 ,r -. f n tI **-. It tp
I. r -M.t The, .a.. nl.n.I I-ting ss"ed
.t the. .t: .t of the inpuari,. --imf 5u- h r-r-
lit'li. in the It.i toe 'if uiknu. a n Us-
1-* ;.i '.3 -rt i*i ate s hall bI re legimed

th-r-lin on the 14th lay 'if July. A. D.

waritnes my ..ffi.-ial signature ad
o.51 this the 14th tay oif June. A. D.
Pe*,,l. -T i4lstrunl.
lerk ('lr.i 'luit I "ollt. .lirian I "o.. VI"a.

NeTIEHE CP APPLI'ATIfN FOR
Tax Deed lnde.r '-tiBon of Chap.-
itcr 4r.ll\! La s of l"1ipri ira.
Notice is hereby given that C. Stana-*t
land. urcha.ser of talx certificate No
o;. diate the nd d'ay of June. A. fD.
1'. .h**. s h i.-rtl l s r, ;l ,.rtit at r- in my of-
i :an 'I as mal.l ap.,li'.ltin for tax
le.! to issue in :achthlrd.ayneo with law.
soi,!, ,.ertaitit ,-mhr;ic'-e the following
letri'-,l ipr;--rty situatei ina Marione
"4.unty. I'lorila, t,-' it. N t of .e .,.
'., "'. t l, 13. r '4. The .aiii lan'o being
-,w. ,l .:t the date of the i.ssuare. of


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