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Title: The Ocala evening star
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Title: The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title: Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title: Evening star
Star
Physical Description: v. : ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Porter & Harding
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date: 06 28, 1904
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075908
Volume ID: VID03027
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
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OCALA


EV ENING


STAP


Vele SO, Number I OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1904 Fy Ca a M $5 a


JUST ARRIVED
Crystal Domio Sqgar

Ptad Tapioca
Did Seed
NapMoaSoap
Maago Pickls In Jan
Royal LTaceon Cheee

Or "Eaftaska" Toilet Soa
at3for25cents is the best
to be had In sop.
COFFEES AND TEAS
a Specialty
AT THE

TEAPOT GROCERY




REPAIS
WAYUIS



F. G. B. WEIHE
The Jeweler,


STENOGRAPHER
AND


MISS I
Private offi.-.
Your work in t
Sg*< d ad :ta

FISH Al


ANSWER Hill WHO CAN

Mr. Wyckoff Wants to Know Why He
Has to Pay Other People's Taxes and
Have his Own Land Sold.
Elitor St.; : I -- .o,:.-on- i ..t kinL
h' lth list of t.,x si .- i- . tL h M i
,. ;ig-. HI- 's--n zti t, Thi:;k ititrk..:
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i t' t*o i r .2 i i*x.- Just *i-fti .- "-

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h,i.rta .-,l *\ith 1:,**i* l x,-s, If!* b,*. l h.!
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s, l i"-,i hooks for I ,12.. .Mr!t now I s... il .i.'.-,-i -
, is.- \\ith :io !..-r 1,o ,., k,- oi.
i N ow\ \\hl I \/t.en in'I;lil iii. ,t l ,n i i
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nist-.ik--., \\liy is li-il .sol o,'z I--. i-,1:-


silelo fi ll.f 01.111*.' Mri. Av--r 21.1 Ti w. noi


lit Comminercial 13'ink. ;I-*i'. Ti.t; it 1ittV.14 W#I..*nt .-V-11 k 111 PN
[tie above lines solicited inoizity %%as 1j'.d-l toy, hi'z-' ol.!. N-
mitv 142guaranteed. 't t i.illi. i'. I i.!.2I.I


I have freshlu l,.ttt n i I-h and i:*-'s la.x-5 atlily I- -mI -ill


* a1 1 1_ 1.


MUIlet always onil hand: i -
: 'irna. .hil -7. .no,. S. \Vv kw t"
Cedar Key and Crystal River _I .
O\'"E RS.S 1A OA R

RECEIVED FRESH DAILY SEABOA I)
Opened and delivered upon request AIR LINE RAILWAY


SiE:i- ME., I CAN


Special Rates


We are closing out a line of


$2.50 LADIES' OXFORDS AT $1,50


COME AND GET A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE


ALL GONE


W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY


A I .Tq' N :I;11 1:



I I .It5' *I*I Cal







I k IY

Thu lIll.z' .Jiiat'111-11c. that


-1I 11t* r 2. x t i t'll 1T I ii


I -. I *r Ia 'i !


A GOOD TEAM FOR SALLe
My Ifi '. :,itr ; ,,- Kitty an I Hattie.
t r; . . :, , : < \: \ *;;. l '! [d ) I f l " n f l t,


1'.* i: "H ."1 t' y 1 i !,' ,r ,'ril.lrn. They
n.. V.-., : ,. in coln :, size and
B. H. Seymour.

TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY
.: I. : tl:;:!.,' .:" ti.no for tih
h at. i.' y li\- str: g.-: y. <>; i;:un ar"




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x 1 h;ll-..l ni it o\ill xs.' s of- tV fl'n
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:,: I sii f.l iTi whiith su.l ir in-
ji il. IFor .s.' liy ill druggists.


MORTON PLANT'S YACHT

An American Boat Winning Honors in
Europe-Beat the Emperor William's
Famous Meteor.
: '. !. I'...nt haH A ntr-
.f --. n... s in ; :. :,! th
.j 2.'. 9.;* *';* ... i. \ I li>. i.
S. ,. '. !, : ;. -, .- v' ;I1 !1]- ''v :. A" :. --
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S ;. n' A ..t ;, b i, but : i'L


SMOKING IN A
POWDER MAGAZINE
Is ,oumiting d..,th more sul-.I-nly but
n,'t more surely than neglec'tiig kiA-
f-y .lisirlt.rs.. lFoley's Kidney Cure will
,.. a slight Iisorler in a few days.
Il'l its (tc ntin' u l-.1 uF.' x ill cure the m,,st
.,lstiin:ito e-iss. It has cured. many
H-.,,l.le of fright's *,isease and diabetes
.\ho ivere th,,ught to be incurable. If
y,'u have ki.lncy or bladder trouble.
. .I)itmt-ne taking Foley's Kidney Cure
',hlay. before itis too late. Sold by
'he Postoffike Drugstore.
KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE
Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific
Railroads
First -l.iss riun t, ip ticket to S.ti
lt'z.ii isto :in 1 .is An,'. l- s. :it' ,,unt the
Nniiuit T.-niil:Lirs ,.,,-i V-1, l'.4, andt ,vtreign Gran1 I,.i.dge
1. 0. 9 P., Seltember 15-25, 19o14.
Ticketss in sAlle from all southeastern
I.oints Aiugust 15 to 2.7. in ( August "' to S1t-jtenil.-r 9. inclusive.
The two shorti-st 'n.l be-st lines from
N w\ irl-;irins. Kinsas City or Omaha
throtiuh to the I'ari(fc coast.
.Ask for ipartiul:irs. J. F. Van Rens-
s:til; r. I;nryI';l Agent. 17. Pe.whtir e" St..
AtLinta. Ia.: G. W. Ely. T. P. A.: R..


LITTLETON FEMALE COLLEGE
This institution with a patrol8a4 of maoW than
200 pupils from live different states. coverIaa aa ae
of 1000 miles in diameter, desires lmmdiate n .
pondence with any any young lady who wishes to
oil to school. A postal card or letter will bring im
diate reply and interesting information.
The 23rd Annual Session wil begin on Wedaesday,
Sept. 14. 1904. J. M RHODES, Pis., Littletoa, N. C



W A1 LIGNse '


A1rd stays there, there's honey
Possibly y,,u have observed that customers


inJA ~the lwr


MUNROE & ONAMBLISS, SMKES I
: OCAUA, FLOMW



EDWARDS BROTHERS

AT THE CMITT MAET


Leading Wholesale & Retail Butchuis


WESTERNAND CHOICE FLORIDA TS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLE IN SEAON
FREE DELIVERY TELEPMON[ 1


SEASIDE INN AND COTTAES

Leading Hotel and Plmasure Resort &4 the Ea Cod of


EVERYTHING MODERN
I Iomelike and Comfortable.
hotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
$2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
Address HORACE F. STEWART,


GOODALL,


FLOODA.


w Last Excursion to West Florida and
W. MI U ER Return This Season
Ct. M aako City, $.25:; ; iv.,- $ :.k.; T .57,
-- M .11is.on, S4; *% loitit- .lo, $4..<1; "1 .illl,-


1. 1. WILLIARN
CARPENTER AND WILDER
offers his s t%,45to ticit etiltle of
(k'ala and vi-ti.mi -letI'm-. .11k i1hs ssline.
It an-ttti1 lt4tl5'iilgooti work
conO wn ,tatiI (*-I -cpi ls.letlit manke em-
tI~matem a miii carry ~I hin ito a siacestsfl'
Issue. J. 1). Williatm.


hassee. $ .4..; Quiti. y. $ .; Iti\ti.r .Junl'-
tion. 5.". liainbl idL4. ;:i.. $.-. T 'i k, lt
on sal- fo ir night train only of Jun#-: 27;
lill.il linit. July .5.
$6-SAVANNAH, GA., and return.
Tickets (on s.il. fot niight tiain only ofl'
July 1: lilial liinit .1uly 12.
$8-COLUMBIA, S. C., and return.
Tickets oin sil'e fir night iaiil onlyl
olt July 1:; intl limit July 12.
$::I '::. Et'It-KA. SlR'INGS. AnK., nmd
return. Tickets on s.ile \W'.i,

LUMBER


ROUGH OR DRESSED


See or Phone


B. H. SEYMV.OUR


PHONEi NO. 25.


READ, CAKF :anI d Saturdays; limited i;h days.,
$5 .,:, HOT SPHIN1.S, ARK.. :ini1 re-
--a --- turn. Tickets on sale W'Nitii.-l.is
iand. Saturday. Limited 611 days.
FANCY GROCERIES $i.::.,i-N.ASiVII.I.. TF-NN.. nnI i---


For the finest bread. (akes
and Fancy Groceties in the city"
RI-:MI.Al i.IR Till':

FRENCH BAKERY
HAS THE1

MACAROONS
and
LADY FINGERS
A Specialty
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR

V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
Carpentering and
General Repairing
Sitiacto CaraAtred
A tliress


OCALA. FLA


L A IEXAX D E
Practical
CRMPETER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all contract.
work. tGives more and better work fot
the money than any other man Ir
to City Hall P. 0. Box 374
Opposite City Hall P.O. Box 374


lurn. Tickets ton sale Jun"P- 1o. 19. D,''.
July :.. 4. .-; limitt.Fd 1 days ftrnm l.iit
,,f ..el "xt'i-inion olb tain s.il,' to,

$1... TMCA.I-. iSA. ALA.. an.d rl--
tu n. Ti, Kv< % ol n .:ii' Jun, 14. 1-,. I. ,
17. 2''. 21. 27 an-i .Ily 4. tlimitel to
15. days from lda olt s .il. lxtn-i -
stin Et.'t.inll tk4 S. i-p '-inle.X- 1 ;Ir : '.15
$19.3: N.IASHVII.I.E. TFNN., al1 r -
uinT. Tic-kets on s.ie Jiune t ". *. -'7:
liniit to 1. .i.s fron .l. ,.1 oL s.l'.i
]"-:xt<-!)i'ioii olbtaiin:il'ltlo S p, -,n I '" ::,i.
$2,*;.1- WEST I1A1EN SI'iIN,.S. INI .
.tiit iturn. Ti, k tts on stl July '-1
to 24 illnlusive; limitlI to A1iigust 11.
?",i.', -F-i 'l:N l'iL I.1'K .t l"s S., IN1,..
to -'4 in, lusiv.' li'i.tit t Auga;t I1.
$ :1.t, .T1.A.NTI'" *'ITY. N. J.. ..r.l
:< :u '> kor t:. s. it.' Jolly 1.' ;in I
II. lii tit',ll to July .!..
$-'.. I:E:KEA I'RING. ARK .'.i.i
r-';Tirn. To: k- s 1.n s ilo' Jul'y t* o
i: ::usivt'. l intliiu '. I~ Au. l ust 7.
roUit ,, *rF Ji'i. IR':-Es. T:..k..-
viii I-I .- ,: tnl JlJ u y 2. .in 1 4 ,o-' -i'.

.M ississi.~i : :iv,' s. :. :;. ;:-: St. :-
is. MAl .. a t *t : 0" t;.i ti ,. -t ::.: f.. '
l.x rt-zn'. ; i: t ,f ". 1 ', k s. J-. .y .
l1.4.
St'MM-IE' Tro-*IRisT Ti' KETS : to
,:U in i l :.1 :** ,: ..- :; ". i'::"

$45.55-ST. LOUIS. MO., AND RE-
TURN
Tike-s ori sa'e dJi!y. bL'e-ning A;pril
.:,. liri'.e.! t,- I et!- r 1.. -eturn: z
S38-ST. LOUIS. MO.. AND RETURN
Tickets on sale ,.li'y. 1,;'.nn'..:ng .p:' .


- $S50s.OOO.


INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


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


W. P. EDWARDS


At the City Market


Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetablev
in Season

City and Country Trade Solicited


Free Delivery


Pbnne 121.


,< i. Hlan. T. P. A.
AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c.
If you %Aiant to get up early and feel
g.ood all day take a Little Early Riser
or ti at bed time. These famous lit-
tlo pills relax the nerve., give quiet
i.-st an-l refeslihing sleep, with a gen-
itl, nl,,PV-#iitt of the bowels about
lr,.ikflast time. W. H. Hovell. Hlous-
lii. T-x.. s.iays "Eaily Riseir are the
l '-st tpills 1.id It fr .onstil action, si- k
Ii,-. :1. li,.h, ft>." Stld by Wm. Antler-
51,11.


Ocala, Fla,


l, I-. I .. I|,..id d f. l Iiin. ..* oi Ige... w ell.
Il'ii. l!oir ho~Is.'. pI ;4i4- t s in culltiva-
tlil-.r. Ni,'- srkall I ik.-. Very tineli
I., .' 1.ii f for g. -l.l',il f, i s, stoit k iais-
inr .. i.. N '-t'r ixfordl. Fl.iI. PIl i $77."..
H 1 I ,l' :i '. .A t ,KAi in. '.ill oin '. W .
l itto. io-.n 12. M.1r,-hants' blotk.

CURES OLD SORES
"WVtstinrt-'lind, Kan.. n Mity 5. 19;2.
l:.ill ii trZtn Linim n-t ('o.: Y our Snio
I. ni ii-nt 'ri!. -d :in o.1 st,-e ioni the si-A-
,*f I ,,% l in th:it \\.1s su49- d, to i-e a
.i 'i Thi ,or- \%i.as stublboin an 1
',<,i: I not yi-l.l to tr..itment, unt:I I
t: ...i S!:,,.w Iiin -nt. hi-h did th-
".i' t k in -'.**: t **: i-,'. M y sist r. M rs.
lhi J. '.s.on. .Al-nn.vSl'. 3Miffin
i.ty. P':i., h si.i a s.,r- i-lind m istrusts
'l.it it a t ii, '**r. PI:1:t.-- s.-nd her .a
-,,, b,,tt!-." t.ol by the Anti-Monop-
<. y It: ust >re.


NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL
ASSOCIATION

;i.'.t" i; .J ':;y !. T"' '.:- f:j ..:; I 0' -.>:



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.THROWN FROM A WAGON :.
M r ... .. ":.- :: : :. v.,r .. --.
-'.. ," .- .


Special Sale

of Sewing Machines
We have a large number of sev ing machines that have b-en used-some
out little-tha' we will c!ose cut at Barjiin Pr-ces. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by exper enced .*.orkmren and all worn parts re-
placed and made as good as newv for ser%:ce. Each rrtach ne is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
and tried, if desired.
We %v,i: sell these machines very lo.'. for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12.
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated New Home" and "Wheeler and W.i
son" Seving Machines-w.th cr ,.*.th.b' ut*on-hole attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G an-:"c,-:ne and 6 Records for $5.


Elegant Millinery


J1IS. L. !. V0JPKIN$
Has the Finest, Most Elegant Line of Mihry rm tew City

Her styles !ead the world of fashion, ana always will be found
there the most exquusite production of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATIOS
An Exclusive and Beautiful Line of Daem Hats Aways
in Stock.
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.



SA. E. BURNETT

THE JEWELER


RNEi WATCHES, GUARANTEED SILVER

JEWELRY

AND

OPTICAL GOODS


REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


Merchants Block.


OCALA


WORLD'S


7 -RLOU


FlS RimTS


From Jacksonvile
.. *. .p Round Trip. o, Sld fda
S40 .65' ,,2 7n ..'-.5,U0 I-- ft-
S33.904 ,r.9 Wwe
-la .6,on ay sne &ad.

Southern Railway
World's Fair Route, St. L
EI'-.er Th.,'V A': r. n- al tar-,o'ga or Columbia and AaheMrlft

.:.:y -.-- f: -. :'i vith ri own rai:s to St. Louis. Two traIna d~ly


*w~41.:1T?''


C 0

9Comrner0oial Bank 0


BRANCH OF
COMMERCIAL DANK, JACKSONVILLE


? CAPITAL


sOX 1"


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Is th r. a I -m -d I:I% li ; v-j Y


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PAW~~~~~~~----- TW CAAEVNN SA, USDY UN S,1w


"TKl l SE THAT TREATS YOU RIIHT" A FOURTH OF JULY FEAST
An Old Fashioned Barbecue at the
Florida House
Mr. Kaiser. proprir-etr of th.- F'lo.ri- i
House, is the- busi-st m.an in tet I this
WHAT KIND OF ICE CREAM ve-ek As stat-I bef r h- .i in Jthe
4* ith of July giv- t tt-l Flori-.i: H, ol -
FREEZERS Do) WE SELL? WELL, aHn "At--si.--1 o 1k.... li
Kais-r is a minstt-r ii t h- i utliry i:. C A P I T


ALASKA, ENOUGH SAID


and fo.r manyy-.r .s h i:.an
gI-nius at harkp-cu'-,.in m.] tretwul -At-
laritta. Htf %ill1 ut feelth .-,,--!,v 4 :
to fahqm wv.hat a g,-nuitr i- w.,, :. ,t 1,c .,
b-u-is like-. s -' -P nl.,v in 1.-.,,-
surede of a g.-nuin.- tr.-at. T-P thv
expe-nmk-. 'Mr. Kais'4-r .%iil char &t'- th.-
nominal jori.- ea4 5"e. f.t. e:, %hi I1,
t.ve;-1ybei'IjY is .- p.-!.l t' -t "s 111i- 11.
as th-y canl. 11i.klf-s. slc\ .inim.1 th'.-!


Aft, ll A


ALf,


T-


- - $O)SOOO.


C=FR 4=r rr


R. S. Hall,
Georfe MacKay,


R. L. Anderuon,


Edward Hiaer,


George Ford,


.L ~m


Hlbet A. Feed.


H. B. MI


GCPEL.L3


EVENING STAR
C. L. SITTINGER A CO.

C. L. Wittinm and R. R. Carroll
Proprietors and Publishers

C. L. SITTINGER,
ditor and General Manager.

R. R. CARROLL,
City Editor and Busineos Manager


R. J. Chapman. superintendent of the-
Dunnellon Phosphate ,omlpatay's aar
shops. was in the city Monday. and re-'
ported that he was rebuilding #*4I ,ars
and building new ones to the number
of fifty-five for the use of his company.
Mr. 'halpmran, who is very inge-nious.
has made several imlprovemn-it-is uvhich
add greatly to the facility of unlload-
lng the cars into the barges a;it iPtt In-
gils. By one device he can unload "'.7.-
00 pounds of roc-k in 37 seoindls.

FEEL IMPENDING DOOM

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

Mr. H. El. lion. who ha.< tw--li the-
book keeper for the i.Aest-r lnllnl.r Co,.
at Silver Springs. ha. se.veree lii. on-l
section with that tirn and leaves tio-
day for Elliston.Manatt.-- 'county.%% vh he-r
with his partner. Mr. Fartner. hI- wuill
engage In trucking anil mnerc'harlildisitig.
Both are excellent g-ntalet-i-mn .,1a t, It-
Star wishes them suk--e-ss.

A STRONG HEART
Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi-
gestion swells the stomach and puffs
It up against the heart. This ati.ses
abortness of breath, palpitation of the
beart. and general weakness. Kodol
Dyspepela Cure cures indigestion, re-
lieves the stomach, takes the strain
off the heart and restores it to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally.
Kodol increases the strength by enalb-
ling the stomach and digestive oirgg:ns
to digest. assimilate and appropriate
to the blood and tis.ueit all of the food
nutriment. Tones the stomach and di-
gestive organs. Sold by Wmi. Ainder-
son.

Rev-. J. A. Hen-lry u te.t ili. y,.i,.l-
day from Irange Spiijis agtnd M.I M,..--
kin. His meetings w%%,r. g ,od .1la.1i l-
lections for the cotife'r.-n,- C'll,.-e- t\ -,
fair. Tomorrow he leaves to .altt-nll the
district confere--nce l t .Mt1.itiis i ,l \. ill
be absent over Sundlay.

ACUTE RHEUMATISM

Deep. tearing or % renching pains. oc-
casioned by getting wet through: wors'.
when at rest., or on first itioving the
limbs. or in cold or damp we.tthe:. is
quickly cured by iallard's Snow Lini-
ment. Oscar Oletson. (ibson City. Ill..
writes. February I1. 190t': "A year ago!
I was troubled with a pain in my ba.-k.
It soon got so bad I could not fen' i
over. One bottle of Itallard's Sn,-w e
Liniment cured mne." 2.... 5. :inl t1.
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Dtrugst.ore.

The Star erre-I e-stl.>ty 111 S.iaine
that Mr. Harry 't1arkso u t.a i:: .1.i k-
sonville Sunday It uas Mrs e':e:ks.-t!
and children on their a-tv t*o S.'li
Acton. Mass.. for the sunini-r.-

CHEAPER THAN WOOD
(


:--as:ea W ill [P- 1- 1u tl -- - --es en x:
tention will lh- gi\'-n tip the- L.i;:- (i i
Mrs. Kaise-r \.ill t;ak- hi- f the. HERBERT A. FORD,
Inner will *,omnin-n- it 11 ,,' i., ki
sharp anrl lst a.s long as th-r- is ,ny- STEVENS-GRIGGS
thing l.ft t -t i th.- h,..-.. Th- STEVENS-GRIGGS
-. .ti] w i l tP- #,i u n th : :, r, ,- M '. J ..s-tli, .-l to- s.e,. .n,,
ijelt tree-s tn th.e groui,i sft tI *- ,1 ,," Ii, R,, -M by '-r" V
i iTa H' use-. :-. :1 h ltl:i*i u-u-. ,- . i --t.I-
I at Its be-st adivanta^ge, must t.e- in th- M ,.. ;Iu h : ,, .- ,.-
o S T E R S plen air. t W" he a ani tr ust th. t Ji- .. .-o-.ca la Fo .

SU* thle i1i.iaHenjuse- c in th'- Fur th if July.t ag.a 1 L iO nd
Iandl enjoy yourselves. y,. h ,: .i ,,,, ,- Iy r
Artist le.sh ,will put the finishing WM. ANDERSON *.*;l *a 1.-
tou e a y h e s In th e a u s e. t o re uy a n t i r A s k s t h e r e a d e r s o f t h l s la p e r t o t e s t f .
Linralsay an'! family hoiar-lt, rs-o-culy the value of Kodul Dyspepsia Cure. .. L.:lv.,' !- I
it Thusmlay. HARNESS AND SADDLERY
Those persons who have used it and "1 T 1. ... f .. Jlh X I
who have been cure.] by it, ,lonnot he.'-S -,. ... 1, is :1 y, l t e K
A COSTLY MISTAKE itatetorecommend it to their friends. ling i..- n ha Eve y K
Koilol digests what you eat. cures in-li- ,;0l. !. ,,-1 ...d,,M ate, ,,nv.
Blunders are sometimes very expen- gestion, dyspepsia and all stt cures Th .. .u
sive. Occasionally life Itself is the troubles It on d reases atre gth tomhby ell-..-- .. i :x ,. F U R N I TU RE O F
price of a mistake, but you'll never be trble. It icrea strength by en- As.tvorO F'- t x ss -s
abling the stomach anl ,ligestive or- ,,ft h .T- 1,. , h.rniri
wrong f you take Dr. King's New Life to contribute to the blood all of
ache, Liver or Bowel troubles. They Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant andth- i. -, Phs phat e1P l antl.s_
are gentle yet thorough. 25c., at the plThatl et .i Dr-xi- s its wp.ln:..st .,n-
palatable. n y 2
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. pa' tl.t. ..i i. th li\.-s may
--CREAMERY BUTTER IO..\\T | s..tl ,,,i t ,,y.; BAZAR CROCKERY SALE T W\ S IITJ
CREAMERY BUTTER l-"1 \VA 'FFWD
A lot wanted of froill onc-Tialf t, o Thrie casks of cre'-kery were opened.
The Carmichael and Son Co. keep one acre in size in (ill A. I.. Ry.. 1 THE A tht- az.I Store yesterday andl the n
constantly on hand. receiving a fresh withilln or adioining city limits. I T s.iel "f their ,.-intents is attracting on-a
supply every two days., delicious, pure whvre siding cal lic ]ut in l a si.i-rabh-;, tt.ntii.i. The Kge.Ics are go- Carry a Full i of Ge
Georgia creamery butter. 25 cents per warehouse anld uill erected. .Ad- TEXAS ~ PACIFIC ing ril pillly :ian.l aiinyne wanting goeod the Fishel Old Stand W of Istf
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37. dress with lowest ttrins. ( )cal:t S'evi k.rv .at the lw.st ,,ri.e l h tter Old Stand. W t of


R. D. FULLER,

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

E. E. CHACE,

DENTAL SURGEON
Office Unstairs Commercial Bank
Building. Ucala, Florida.
TERMS CASH


SUlI


w -A-


OMER

STYLES

5. 5e '


Itandsome tne of piece


Cashebh


F. L WATSON.



ACKAY

nida


uhing Mac Ef


Suneys, Caniages

OF ALL KINDS

Ind and Desctipth

ALL KINDS


led Complete


H & COMPANY


ral Hardware, and are now open for business i
the Square.


Store. "|LW5AY .... .h.. ..zar at .. All Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patton's Sun Proof Pain ;
h #, -I B.zur ,t n Complete Supply on Hand. Oils. Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Farm Toeo of a@
A RARE OPPORTUNITY PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED Knds. Everything in Shelf Hardware. Tinware. etewar, etc. Sash, Deem
Can put party on track to sa.-ure th.n The Great Eastern and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stove, and Rans--ne
best lands fr stck farm in th un- ll re the es f som better; Wire Netting, the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Low
be-st lands fer stock farm in theit ,',,- and W se Lie ilra,,ing are the. cranes of some ofo Pric Will PrevaiL
S: and Western Line I. PricestcWilPr.va.
land covered ofith flne boy of bhnke.t Across the Entire States otf et- shm eu.ve Th lin.e and Cmia- Seventeen Years' Exoerience in the Hardware Business Famniliriase U
grass, Florida clover, and the finees t ny. in this ,city: W. W. Mann at York: With the Wants of the op. Yor usnss Solicted
feed in the state. Land che-ap. For mr.SpQ en ncr and, Mr. Meffert at Low-
further partl-ulars call at this office. U LUUI l: J. Knoblock. Martin: the M:ta-
.....I....... ... | J i,,n llFarms anI J. H. Sliencer, ,k-ala.: T R N O
HAVE YOU A COUGH? N F'ReI BI.E I, .\N-.1 Ei tETi> .. j. Tillis of Lady Lake. All these had j R M A R T IN & CO .
-Direct ine t t,' i..-bt ,at of results. Sheriff Lane of:
A lose (of :allard's IHorehounl Syr- Sunit-r touinty did equally well with
utip will relieve eit. Have you a cIel? .A j NORTH TEXAS l:.l-n s. l Hall and E N E R A L LidlL IV E R ofM E N
duse of lerlintie at bedtimre. and fi,'- 'ila ralis,- a tine crl- fr'on RlIkyl
quent small Udoses4.q of 11411,01401111.1 -YIf lip NhW Io u] SM i1 I t W I i N.tlo-ue- Wought from Ty- se-,LRe., l,,uht fr,,mM Ty-
during the day will remove It. Try it ARIZONA ,ans a,,l ,',,,ia,,y. !
for whooping cough, for asthma, for Fine an Iraps

d ill.u CALIFORNIA I.llyfr;one quarthto tie.. .gaan
Kans., writes: "I have bue-s allarn es s,. o ilkne ,eE VEHIC LES FA l rT ONn ES
Iorehounml Syrup in my family for five 11. E -, I: N I'. HW K ..F IK I FR nilk. chablbr or butter arny time of day FINE VEHIaLESa FAST aOaES
years, and find it the best and most E. P. TURNER hIy se-,ling to the dairy: corner North
palatable neliine I ever I .1." 2e.. ri..klin St


goods in stock f lts, 50.. I. Sold bly tile Antil-
;tDrugstore.
trosatrs and overcOats. ru re
Weare q-to-date in ma-! SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
telial and Wrk tmanship. CHOICE LAND FO
Al orders skillfully and v.,r sale, 75 acre-s of as goo.
promptly CUd, work an le had in .Marion county.


ufaly garanteud.

Jerry B"nett,
Merchant Tailor.

W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON
Special attention given to the treat-
nient of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
eases of Women and Children.
Oeala, Fla.
officee ever T)dings' Drugstore. Of-
fice hours from 8 a. m.. to 12 m.:
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n..
Residence--No. 60 N. Main St.. known
as the Nash cottage.


W.W.Caan&Co.
You will find a well selected stock of
groceries at
CARMAN & CO'S.,
on North Main St.. north of city mar-
ket.


Specialties-


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
CHICKENS AND EGGS


Remember the place and rest assur-
ed we will treat you right.
W. W. t'ARMAN & CO.


INSOMNIA

a-' I eal $a,, ti.c at Ca. i, ar-tot c,,.''r. n ix..i
r-. V.rt an .ter a. !'. v.In t-&%-,-r bs tr, .-Vel
& ..)arvrjrsne i dinte- L o y rtu**
Thosn. Gin.ard. E:gtn. Ill.

(~~The owels


ait 4 0eIV ic


ieral Passenger Agent ........." .. i. an i uWm rw o
I .11. P..-- i REVOLUTION IMMINENT oard by tDeMolo& at Special Rate.
Deck ll Tw


A sure sign f approaching revolt and
: :. _- j A ure siffn o~f -approac'hlng revolt and


R SALE
I l. ill as
deqS'ribi-


ed: Wt% of n\vw., see 19, tp 1., s, r 22
e; or lying along the (lainesville road.
about 412 or five miles from calai.
Here Is a chance. for it will lhe sold
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star
office, Ocala, Fla.

ASTHMA SUFFERERS
SHOULD KNOW THIS
PFolley's Honey and Tar has '-ur,-,l
n:ily cases of asthma that 'er.i el i-
side-rt-d hpleq--ss. Mis. AdIolplh I;ue'iin.
7"1 W est Thir,1 St.. :ivet.iiort. I .\ .
vwrite-s: "A severe cold conti,. t.. l
. t\%elve years ageio was nefgle- ttel. ir; i:
it finally gre-\w into astlhiina. Th.- 1-. -t
ime.tlical skill availail-l- c-a, l .,*,t i.vt-.
li- lnai e thti n lte-iit. tr.liy r-eli.-f. -,
1e-.% l's n'-v m .1711 T .ir %- is : e'1.'.lP *Tl .- '.1.-.-
An't one ,i,.. laittt; :-ni: ..iy c ur '- i ice
of :i~stti'a. wthi-'h ha;- I*..--n roieei\ !t n e'.
me for tw.-v.- years. :a, i; I !h.i .,k-
it at the s tart I \on ;i h:i\,- ... sii .v. I
y.ia s of su'ff'"l-n.: ." S,,1.1t y th.- I'l-s:-
*Ti'ice Drugsto-re.

t'i.i Fll b lr. 'A .


HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS


One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip
Ti, kets ,n ..: -\- \ \'- :" 1 !
S tur-iay. .-t: :: -t x'y :. :y-S.
The r:s-> S;s'":L. in .- .
: ith the R.' k Is:a!. i Syst-.-m. f:, ::.
M ,-n.Iphis. ,ft'e s th.- ,.e? :'..:.-.
WV' ite foeT lit-:':u't :r 1 i f l: ; !
ulars. S AL. :: at. 1" :a : t i -
g--r Agt-'A.. Atla.t G. a.


FIGHT WILL BE BITTER
Those \ih \i ;i-:o .l .:
? :I r ..t i .I f ': i :' ,i-'- N- i '. .. -
e- y f.ir t '. :. .' : -;;..n. . '.-.'- .


Cream Vermifuge

THE 6UAHAITEED

WORM

T REMEDY
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
*Awac or IMITATIONS.
TM GENUINE PPlrOPmED ONLY MV
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
e L 3ouseI eo


J R M AR TIN & CO


s,-rious trouble in your system is ner-. W U w W
i voisl.'-.ss, slei-fplessness or stomach up-
l- .ts. lE:l-ctrcw Hitters will quickly dis- J. M. MEFFERT.
ni.-iber the troublesome causes. It J E FR .
never fails to tone the stomach. regu-
late the kidneys and bowels, stimulate
the liver and clarify the blood. Run-
idown systems benefit particularly and a a I
all th-. usual attending aches vanish
iundla-r its thorough and searching ef- Have te mf
f,-,tivene-ss. Electric Bitters is only i t in tik
.la-.. anid that Is returned if It don't i
gtive- perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed tSiAttjig out the pm
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. TL ']bO '0

TO THE WORLD'S FAIR WATCH FOR


........ .... AT ST. LOUIS
Sold by the Ant7'-IMnopoly Drugstore
.. Ti -kets at low rates now on sale.'
F ": I.arti, ul.irs :i-s 1ly to Mr. S. P. .Hay.
S. E. I'. A.. M. & U. It. R.. Montgornm-
ery. Ala.

THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
wHIM WITHOUT SUCCESS
ke 'W. L. Yrancey. P.t-luc-ah, Ky., writes:
Like'I hal .t s --re e:,se ,f ki-iney disease
SCo et f best phyiias in
aC K-m .t,'; ky trat: In<- without success.
T i s ,' e fI tt:C t .... k FI-v' Kiun-y Cure. The
'f, \ to nt *ea and fi-rt tt:t-e gav.e ,ni imme-iate relief.
far--.-ous re-.- -1t .- -sron01- i. th:- Il -s ur I- l-ermanent-
doesttes :etI'-.s:'I'-" \ ce:t. I .- ,n i.-l ther-
ach '.-at w. -, :t cl this woillr-
is uP:e 3 t.: r st o a h ful re-,ey." 14h b.y the Pustaffi.e
its ., e.-'n :: t tr>-^ es nr.d I,:: tt re.


shig"'y -.s-".-r:3 t c. -estive
oroverbrde:e:. aisorders.

Kodol
su;-' ts t e .'ra \r a


7st : t-.n



Ora-a.s a.3: a-. ns
rea. .a .* :! te se'' -.
tcr:'a s:-:: sa a-.
c: s :-..:.-: m -a

a,~.-ats:e:"crgans.


HAY FaR SALE- At 75 ,-nts per
h;:. Ir-i \ ;t ht. S. H. *;a~tskill. Mc-
Ir.t, h. VFa.

Pearl t,.rth \a.-h Is the best We ell
it. I',st,)fti,-e Drugstore.

SUED BY HIS DOCTOR
A .-r ,,. s.- me for
- -i... l I r a5 ; xce-.emsive
f - ; . '.- . 1.hltte, of
'. .,. t : '.' t i. he iratis-

ki-- I ht.; ;f i: *-'. : : 'h, -t .b-rl.tin'.s
",.: '"a...-- : i,, 1 ':h--. R-m e-iy
-. .- ,s I ,. s,, r-.:.- r. t.) te-


J. H. TAYLOR



& Packing Co

and most lp-to-date le week-
ei-to,, and as a re-st, ar
twest, hardest and cheapest .
01e Wo. 84.

THE BLUE WAGONS


TOO MUCH MEDICINE

Th a SySteM mt O "y ee By gt.-- m swvby-Hb
wa hAh uMeu *is W e- --le"-


IM eScnesie s=4 ndiscriminate iwof
Adica-ins. tthese drAyncannut be too strongly
IndemnekL The to.A you eat. if prolleriy
lrestoc. is all the Wfl.G you nfend.j
Only common zen-,e to no-d'-d. The fr-cc-d
witbediaserad &L.1 bhp!bowe.4 inu;- a-d leO
Ilowed to clog. Pre*-,-r; Cyourethei .h b b
"eWenung theseC ondira,&.
Const~ipationm surely teseq to frd~rjston. bit.
wanuess.- cr.. and tbtsp -.~.ruwb-fi
I lected affect %be condttlon o~f th- br'wA.
1bliarate thesystem. rebdenri.g a.
p more serious ariments. and it"s d~ti 10t
Mlat Such stacks.
If your stomach has been abus-I tv ovor-
st!ng. weakenedi by druas r er :,- n .cyoej
'enat hare iii stop fttnrd W r r:L -
..1 you need Is wmetkirna that -mi.. 4-i the
Someach inItHrsf-nct'ons anad ro- o-!v" : f-tr--
betnugconstac:4 t'r~tatt-a2 b, '-: ta'its
'Nbe parest SrC-1 *'n4-.'-it re'meeiTfor tft j r
poselEstMe (-A LFeaR-IA PUNLk-W A FY 'A
"ataura; di&se,ove-!riaole ~ronrthe r'-re tro..
fruit. aeneraM &az-v:e- an-I 5'--:b .,%ei
stamiweb o otzaer Wied.. ::C ii6 z-Ccvsiary.
When ?o'2 are b::ous. !: ; 4a w tl'.Oa, ropur
jiver is out of -rrer art-i trie r-- -
aed of b.-irtg ecr'v-i'i!-, trL body
Irurpugh tbe nte 1%-s ta-a'-z ut' .n tze .,cd
As a regj. t of b!:.r1%net. tri pn'- o-e %'-. 4iptD
suffers. Therere an =P~n ad P,2S Ain :k'Ab.


domen. Ne'-idae-ho. MbtAtMIROW egiltS~h
Pain In the Waih %:(Se. mand tbo skin becse
malow antl .ets.rough and Itchy. a
2 or 3 VAL'l-SOiNZA PRUNE WAYK
afere.- na.- an,.-ix a %tinrt time your livwr W
bp;pc- from:n- c- t-4 r.*&*rVmwnothding bus b
lFY)UN1A PRY NE WAFZMS-20 @G&W
ISOM~clre O nrt ft
CAu~FrThN-TA PRU'NE WAKRS. If Mb
W:'ine-- -: t-'-. trveiy cure* the moo bebo.
.3-~ In I dpatro&.Torpid Lviver. Coemm
11 Ii. o*e.',a.fV&ec-..so bas t, stag0e
CALI~c-'?N;IA p~tjrZ T WArENS ft Be
vore -a.: t ahCth *tmin.fl.gipe W
ma :-c'. LT,.s-y produe, natural ad O
W..m''r.-'t rt the boweAsan e cinto a
'fl'rr;-r- NiterrsoUD rwn EMed. tetteg SU
pi:- r:- .'-p% b.':to-r than cathartic t~as200
jr: p0. ;,!.In.-1 tpua"-.bettpr than *vtybinog he
xr. -. n _-' .,w!it i.otia~we ALIF('RUIA
k-'-'- -S WAI"EILS are a ujfwsi d dszraWi
art-i Mtot a IeUiIw, Mctlai gut~y amid nataml%"
on t ht 4flmt'4 of tho bowa-is. produing
no emnt.Tb.' r-iru~at-e the bier
*.0na-h I-'esn,. tb- astern and purtfy me
bacial. cu-p a.. Wv.. Troubles. Badjgvss4
MRd H:(iod W- d, -.i inc tomsch. POW M oe*,
H.-rndaube Pti -tand Diinnem.. A howe


California Prune


iafer


.azases fr tbm oFrail, Sawsod Pwmeha erIsTa e. nd _rrmi f


A


mmmmwmmmmm


I


I


OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. JUNE 29,1904.


Pm;aida t


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I


PA- TWO










OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY JUNE 28. 1904.


PA4 1r1m


fee cold Butter-Milk at Taylor's.
ThIrsU-Quencher at Taylor's. Ice cold.
Mallor LUddon returned to Parrish
today.

Telephone 11. If you want painting
4oe.
Champagne Mist at Taylor's. La-
dies' favorite.

Unadulterated PepBi.-C4ola at Tay-
lar'*. Try it.
Tuttl-Frutti cream at Taylor'%.
Taylor-made.
Fruit Fra-ilppe cream at Taylwr'
Taylor-made-.
Frank Harris. Jr.. has returned from
the World's Fair.
Nervola. G;renadirne and s-veral new
drinks at Taylor's.
Redfl Rock ;ini-r Al-., in linto and
quarts. at Troxler .
Mips Jthnnle ULddoi has returned
from Montbrook.
The most elegant display o cady
S towa at Dame's.
The (t-ala House- salmon rece-iv~d a
car of btI-er to.day.
Three flavors of ice< re-am in stock
all the time-. .t Taylor's.
A full line of Tobav. Tydings and 'Company's.
Mrs. J. J. ( apoi4l to join her husband.
Best work In painting and paper-
hanging done by Sternherger.
When in doubt, smoke the Milto Deyo
Sc. cigar. All principal dealers.
Ibr relialeli painting and papering
oe J. Starr t1tertsberger. phone 11.
Mr. and Mrs. 4<-orgc, Williams art-
rejoi"cinisg over lh.I arrival of a little-
daughter.
Work doie toy .Sternlterger In paint-
Mg and Ieajering guaranteed.
Lot of stationery and stationers' sup-
pliles Just received. Ocala News Co.
Troy Hlall hasi gon"- to Tamnia to at-
tend to his fath..r'.s tui lintlnel hustii-s.
there.
Glerl's Witch Hazel Soalp. best for
hard :water. Try it. 'ontoffice Drug-
atore.
Mr. and Mrs. l'arl le.iarson of Hol.ler
are vistitilag IMrs. I-.earrs un's m the-r.
Mrs. T. J. tarneps.
Hire'- RtioNt lte-r. t;ingetrale and
Rastietrryad.l ie n .istt bottles. l, .. at
Tro*ler'M.
.-. H. la;tinlt' senII Ito <*.dnl;Itlt thi. ;af-
tern i.i |t* initiatjt t* inati-t Wtoklilla ill-
to the ne lodipge.
Lavender, for keeping moths out of
your woolen goods. Nothing else so
good. Postoffrice Drugstore.
Arch MIlver of llit.hton was in th-
*eit ye(sterdl'ay onl his way toi An.lerson.
S. t'.. to visit his wife who is ill.
For Pretectica against lohas by fire.
<*call on lIatto. real .-state and, insur-
anc'e. Mrs. Alleti Muli, .itand her .laugh-
leit.. Misses Ann.a ~;ttl Ablii'. t.iitpe tao


lrt'vte for AtheVill*-. N.C'.. Thursday. for
the Osummnwr.
Nothkig ans good for connoisseurs as
a Grand Royal 10'. cigar. Sold by all
arnleipal dealer.
The *a:lla l-tI; ., .tii Pluhliluiang
4'onmipany. installed t-t i.t. in thven shop ,
ant inistitiat.aiim t aus litlt w ter create&. It
is a -,co -lnieinef that -v ryv f.auill
should have.


WEATHER FORECAST WATERMELON SOCIAL DON'T FORGET
Washington. June 2L.-Fair tonight: The Elpwturth L*-ague will give a i a- ity -letion f.or tbondi. July 14. Kv.-p
showers Wednesday: .'ooler. e-x'ept in term-lon s.a ial Tuesday -v.-rning at the the ..>ate in tni,j. It is .. importaLit
extreme south portion. residence of Mr. and IMrs. VW. H. Clark. matter to every tax payer.
A short lit-rary program will b.- r.-n-
Dame, the cream man. has fitted up dered. bl gintirg at % ovl, k. All the MATHEWS-EDWARDS
his cream parlor in a manner that will friends of the- L-ague are invit.-e to. t#
make his rooms very acceptable to present. I Married at the hrnome of the brde i:.
those who are seeking summer refresh- !Elmwoo%,d y..sterlay eve-nisg. Mr. Ir.-w
mentsL DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED' IMath-ew to Miss Elean-rr Ed.%,ar.is.
SBy lc,-al applications. as they cannot Mr. Mathews is the ,ashier at M.astl-rs'
Mr. Hert Redding andl family, who ,
have teen sending Asm "ti l atIy rT-a, h th- is-nased portion of the ear. big stuI, 'in this .-ity. a i s.n i>f -x-
h n ni-There is ,.!.v no- n way to cure d-afness. Tax olir-Tor J. 4 M.ith-\,. t:.,i A1 .a
port. reached the city uny on a i- ad that is by c institutional remedies. yun man wh.ue sterling ,,rth has
it to Mr. Reddingsa mother. They will h iii.l ,f 1!.'
leave fo r home W-di nesday h-. T i _Deafness is tausej toy an inflame2d con- wn the g Awill .;., ,inti ,-:e .. f !:
leave for hoe -d y. edition of the nmua,,us lining of the Eus- h, know him. The btide :; :is ,-ly
Fresh milch cows ket on hand for tachian Tube. When this tube is in- young lady. the daught.-r ,f Mr. .n.
flamed you have a rumbling sound or irs.- J. N. Edmtwrds of Ealml.... ,it .1
sale the year round. Parties imperfect hearing, and when it is en- sist-r f P. E 'wArls. **,i... --r-
a good mlch cow, or a carload of them. tirely closed deafness is the result, and Irising youjig nm.irke-tnan. Sh,- .tn-l the
will save money by calling on D. M. unle the iflammaton n b takn tr we-r- !ittl- gir!s t,.gether ,i.h!
Boney.
lout and this tube restored t., its nor- Y'".4s" ag'< when he-r .i.r-nts ni!u.ti..i
Small 'an.lition. h-.aring will be d-stroy- st -rt .r-.1i r-sta.urant in the Wtr.ess
Mr. lrn-est Lyti.- f St;tniton wa;t.S in ,. hii i t n,l i z. .-th ha\v- ,l!-
to wn today. His mother will soon, o, o Ifre-r. N ises out f ten art- uing i t th he n ..-
';-us"! by l o t arrh. w hi< h is nothing th- '.tr h as --n i r-,tinedt fi, ti h.-
Ge.ioitga. to r-i ruit h'-r h-.alth. i. huh , i t ,.ih- lir iri l.t. 1, *h-
ha ,rgia. to r*- ruit hp r h- .lth, nhi. h but an iln.lin- .l ci.A.litiin of the mu- "tho-r little girl I.- 'h- n .a ha in. : "
has rloot t,--n g iod for s oln- t ime. .. -' .r'I i. tt-il i r t i.,inun ;.,iy.
'-ouS Servi.-!. i.. irt-.ligent young i .
W1'- \ill give 'on-e Hunilre.! Dollars
I have a few (-hoi-.e lots. 9,)x2)*0 feet. for any ,;i. .f I. fness ( v FRIDAY, JULY FIRST
one-half block north of Oklawaha. just _
'at.trrhl that . i '.t lo.- t ut l l-v Ha 's
back of the houses ,of G. T. M:aughs and at arrh ut. 'u -n, fr ,ir, u:r, Th- 1.e.li.s of the iI.. al hr, h
A. G. Gates. 1ri.e very low. F. W. W. J. 'hey .iS i o'., T i-,i, O. ir r,,e-s nt "Mrs. .Wig ,,f th ,*.b..
tto Sold lby Iruggist.. ;'. ti Piat. h a t the .. t-r. hu.so- :i.,L.y


Miss 4;ta.-e Moopre, he -harming dis-
e-uns-r Iaarne-s -onf-etioi,-i y stit.. has gonil.
to Wiildwood ti tak- .t muuh ti.--l..-m
vacation.
D. M. Boney has just arrived with a
carload of fine young graded Jersey
cows. all fresh in milk and first class
milkers. They -can be seen at his barns.
corner North Franklin St.
Miss Lu .ill- St.andle.y pinplin- nt"il
her g test. Miss Malicit Kllight .f *Ial-
dosta with a mnoinlisght lparty to Sil'ver
Springs last evening.
WANTED-Sawmill me-n to try the
Emerson Variable Feed Works. uar-
anteed to save its cost in thirty days.
Address, The Florida Iron and Wood
Works. Apopka. Fla., J. W. Emerson.
Manager.
Master Sam Wile y Iturfo.l .1e-lohrat-
-d his eighth hlii thl.a last vnilla" hy


Halls Family Pills are the best. -v-nint July 1. i-;t:y l-...ly shu!lt .--
'his rnl! bit of &,tlng.
SJ. '. Smith. th- i e w j-\ -!-i .it \V". ---W
i1 I',* iison h is from J., ,ks.., illie .inil Th- prayer in-..ting at th t l.,il-tist
is : *t i ix.,-li,-ht '* .i ki n,ain. i hut h iit.n.ti. i e\-niiig \ ill 1,- urI..-:
th :aUS uspi iof the- it. Y.I'. I'. Stitj- t.
S\"V. S. Iuntry." I+-.,d-r. Mr. W S. 'u!l,'k.
jTailks o. n this suitje.,t %% ill h- ma. i,- 1Iy
Sthe l-.al-r. Mr. H1,ti- 111 1 Mr. i;,.rgt-
I lit. h. M rs. A. I.. Izla.r. Miss .' .ir-
T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's !guri,. t ttr ;tn.l Miss .5l! i.- Spurlin
Candy. Fresh Shipments Received will r-1tl l. I- ti,,. s ,-. ,ing in the .sult-
Weekly.
I jct. A *o -,iAl Invit.atin is -xt+n*Il-I
A tt-,m l-longing to th Marion ta;Ill h nt worship -el h- he-te to
Farms .ran tN\,ay through town this af- ,'' I'p'r"'nt"
ta-l noon. Th.. *Iriver hung nl tio th-mi --
bravely but they tin;illy got ai%%ay from Th- St.ar ls ptle-asd to h,;ar through
him tnd tl irupt-e th- v'-hi I-. I D. Lisk. that C'lapt. J,,hn 1l.. 'arn*- i.s
S_ getting alinK lilit -y .tlait is adl,, ti I e
up ani walk .around his yar.i.
Large lot of new grapholphone rec-
S" 1As. latest s- -. tins<. just received at
"he a.IlL Furniture oaimany.
6,i!s. M >-t;. ,a.>rirow;av ;,i).l tiu--,. ,hil-


givilig a l.arty to a iliUilnll-i iof his i | i .
you ng f r s a.-l'0|.

WANTEil-Mati Usade-r .3. y,,ars of
"age from ** 'ala. with fair e.lu'ation,. to
preieare for lucrative gtov-eritnti.t posi- I
tioli. l;-gin \with salary of $-'**". w ith
increase ;as deserved. Write at once.
I. S. S.. Box 7'.7, 4edlar Rapi'ls. Lia. TO THE RESCUE
S FrankThe helpless are rescued by the able-
n. I-knttoI the taroftiuer thi umoirn- twbolied. The sti rng should care for the
,nar. sent to th- hSt;ar fif.te this tnlalrt- w'ak.
ig :la .urtsiaty in the shall, ,f atn egg 1'ell are for you and yours at the
pi.tila with a horn sha.,ped xrtsc right ti
lpr.*j*t -ing from ea'h sidl of the- stem. right tim.
AN INSURANCE POLICY
The handsomest line o' buffets chi- ill lprott you firtin loss in case of
na clowset, dining room chairs and ta- fit,. We',i like to tell you about atny
bles. rocking chairs, reception chairs,, kind tif insutrat,'e in whi, ih ytu are in-
ets.. that this portion of 'he state has terested.
ever seen just received by Mclver & HALL, RAWLS & WHEELER
..'at'Kay. Ocala. Florida.
Lots 144x204 In Ilinton's subdivision.
l1ainest location in town. Price re-
hdu-el to $o"$ to 2 ;.e. They go in a! THE
hu ry. 'all ton laittia. NI#-rk-hants' block,
4t14-a. Fla. ,._-_


REMINGTON. SMITH-PREMIER,
DENSMORE, HAMMOND
TYPEWRITERS
-Just Received at-
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY
For Dinner!


ForD Dinner!


Well, jst phone


THE FAIR


They'll get it there


DAM E

The Leader in Ice Cream


WELCOMES OPPOSITION
DEFIES COMPETITION
The originator of the
VELVET BRAND
Any ,'oor or rf..iv-or.


Orders filled on dlent.anl in :ntty quan- I
t.ty desired. i
. . .. ..




IVA,


We Am St H lag.
and supplytng builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-


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lhrn of l 4-rlin I,-ft tI lay for 4;-,(i.g -
towI. S. 4'.. to visit Mis. "'s. sick tf.a-
th.-r. Mr. J. J. M.,Donald.
Mr..tl m l Mis. Vo-riin t'lyatt :ind li;Ily
lft t,,la) fei Ash*.\'ill.-. S. 4'.. wolh'i< '*
the'y will si,'t'l som- tim..
FOR SALE

I,..ss :iiil .Sli. Appl to Mrs. M nni,. A. Iti.itii k.
i l.:1a., Fla.


'. M1. Bhown. Jr.. aliii Miss I.illi-
i:runt by in ttln .i this :it't -i i ,nl r f.11
th- W orl'.s F -',ir.
The excellent cigars made by Charles
Peyser. the Milo Deyo and Grand Roy-
il, can be had at the Ocala News Co.
.Miss S.illi- Tl'.ague h.as r-tur,-.,l to
L-,ly I.ik- .ift.r pl.rs.int visit to
|1M V. A. T'-.'.iarue..
PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER
.1!t I:. H :.-y ni,,u; .l,- i .-< to .. .... t
'h.- ini;.r- .si,,1n i l.st :,ii his hiinh-r
in his .Li. ir. TIi. s is .1 i ist.tk-_. *-
h.is th ,i'sa.iits ,of f-.' t ,t f s-'. t.i .-Il
I :'-s-.-,i !', itib-"' :it his n ll. thr1 nmi'.--
I I t, h t"f o i, .tl.. i ,,t.sisti i ,ft" lio,'rini .
i.'..ilin !l silu . ;iv + hiit n .1 'ill.

. h i i.. ris t .. t. tii.- .tit .-i wn rn
, As. InsTl .t.a h- r. the ..-l ig o v.-, : *-ri ..i
bi rs i Thr '. h ll xi i :n.
* ,, !h :s **.-., 'ir .ii!, i ri ,t i ,- ., r .l +
%.' ss-.! ;. ,, ,- T h t:s ,f'-.r .. .. 1: .1 -. ,-



I .I tl i t.- S' 1' .1. 1: .. ll.. l ,




I k . .-, .. H .
. ," .-* ,1 !, ..i .\ ** u ,!i H *


THAT TIRED FEELING
If y,.., r e .i',icn; !-+ *.. *.; Ar 1 ;n-
S;. I : it : T: xa', thtt v.-s.
..'.-- ; ,. 1: ,,r i.- :*. I -: ,:; u ",H :; ">.-
-. : :..k:e : f t,, H,-r. .* .. I ., t.-..



:. ---..-:. - t:.---- -. .:::. r.t .k-; i :-



.. S by the An-
T ".: ." ,'.-r' ,:. -x1. ,'* -.-.


through Sleepers and Dining Cars


he


Sale


is


Bn


The Biggest Values in


MEN'S


SHIRTS


Ever heard of


We 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 cost, we

intend to sell them at half price.




THIS IS A GOOD CHANCE TO SUPPLY YOUR WMIOKE WITI

SHIRTS FOR A YEAR AT A SMALL COST


COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION,

BEFORE THE UNL IS BBOl


EL TROPICO


CIGAR FACTORY


--0---


~alnk-er of the


-0-
MILO DEYO
Highest Grade 5c. Cigar


-0-


GRAND ROYAL
HAVANA CIGARS


In Five Sizes


-0-


CHAS. PEYSER. Proprietor


O'>aI.'t. FI'mrlia.


THE


CARMICHAEL


&


"ED'S PLACE"


McGrath's Old Stand


WVV3E3MP 9S S3IE3M I S9C;LTJS XC


Rebuilt and Newly FurwnshecO


j;.-.' ~ '.5. -. U **- --
I ~,- -


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. DEPOT


- -- -. r


Separate White and Colored Bars at Both the S. A. L. and
Up Town Places


SON CO.


'.f J r*d t, the. .'eilan



Marilam4




Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. / It is a
whiskey "which
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
characters of
age"ss, rmenesow
ness, ripeness,


OPERATES
Double Daily Trains
CarrylUg Phllmas t lpers. Cafe
Cars (a Is larte) sad Chair
Cars (seats free).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETWEEN
BIr-_gIhl,Mempis andll Kansas City
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Oklama and IndianTerritories
Fw West and Neruwest.
TIgMMI SLEEPIiG CAN SERVICE FROM TIE
SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AND
KANSAS CITY.
ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Kxeurrioa tickets from Atlanta. Ga., a&d
*irmlgb*, Ala. la..to Iits to
southwest so sale first and third
Tuesday of each mouth.
Descriptive :terature. tickets arrarged
and t".rouh reservatiorns mae uupon. app.-
cat.0o to
F. E. CLARK. Ttay. Pass-n AcT..
ATILaNTA. GA.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
ATLANTA, GA.


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PAGE FOUR OCALA EVENG STAR. T.L --'-. JLIE ". -*
PATH FOUR -URE


RESTAURANT


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First Class Meals


CAREFULLY PREPARED LAUNCHES

Delicious Hot Sc v Daily


Dining Room open until midnight.
attevpton given to .c crzc-'-,
the market offers pr Fi ".. 4o
short notice. .


P-rsonal
an5 thing
t'cle on


Duimb MWaiter C..;c' V.il iiiMar

Skffu Cooks, At~hracti'.zv SpecilaFrice?'to


THE CARITi. '


A~t MC4. L,


Atlantic


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First class excursion ral:cs to St. Lo'is


and R1cL;.n:

$45.55, final rett,.: -riit, Dec 15

$38 final return l n1ir, : iy d,' s

$30.55, final retC .i 1A,5 days

Special ten day ccach cc..cisicrs at vcrv
Govv-" L'


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SAVANNAH $6
--COANDLUMBIA


CO Ll BIA $


OVER THE


RAIR


LINE


RAILWAY


Tickets on sale o ly for train leaving
Ocala night ofJuly ist.
Passengers to be handled special from
Jacksonville to Savannah and
Columnbia, returning by
regular tr:in: on
or before



< JULY 12, 1904


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Rye


R"v. J. & A. K~~, GUr

Mi --4 C .rrie IWntley is Sik.L
W'l-" l(.it. Lumjpkin is quit# lick.L
Wini..I-A well dIggr. J. INO
:t!uh.zrger.

No* 2 shingles cheep. A3SU


i. i n4ipro4~ing.
.i-dnew cottages
.r Sl.'rnberger.



A-, Itl1.-rth is in
*1 ~ him'


who ma Is.m

for to" a

learn the -

town. BTp


1. h:i-..I-%.n is putting a O
.:rz.'%Yhis htouue.
F-. tCheap,- 20.000 MN. 2 obimee
:.J. StLirr Sternberger.
M s. *.i'rkt-r is recovoerling fto

M -- V'. ~a.eleft Saturdayto
n1-4 in JackseipnvuillC.
.tvs an,11easy ternms.Good b3
t. P'.nt-.ir in. Ca.ll on Ditto.
n-r4-- .had every oter bd" a
T-ml kirn'qist~all. Nco. 10. ealy nmaveL
L- Fst --Thoe lot4s in Shwwv-
u' ~o.Priit e Vto to S". Can

M -- ,..u.. r.- *,%.u-l returned fto
1*:kI v. IT--11,1 the funerall o


* .t *Cal! at the Mack House for ec
forta!b:e lodging and board at reemse
.'.* rates. West Broadway.


1-5 c!-im of ill flavors every dmW
T-rnpkiu-c an-I RrooKkq lee cresM
o;- an'I enjoy yourself.


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WV'.*h~ hit- the' %own of Mrs.

i S 4 4 -I4 1 v % % ', v t o'n -l .x m p e t h y .
'~. M-~.W. 0. Villdbughby's for
-.-' :,z All ,.r-itrv filledwith
4 11 144ti'~4 W1ent n5ad

in m.'mo~ry that the Mfacb
f1'"- ir' nM444fwaili at the fiillowigf
~fi o mn to S. from 12 to 1. and I

~I4.'44.'o.ol 'r-oipany have Olpese
iI:,i .it.l;t.4lr hanging bew-


.nf'r lag.' lwling at resummen-
U:.'~. -I I 1I tR. .J. N.-Imm"O. North
M l i St. Evo-rything kept In en-


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The ATLANTIC CO-,%-`--'>t~i
No. 78, July Ifst, tickets rirt- 4 j..~l~
saWdrettan at rate of $band. o~ 4~, ~ ;4
trn at $8. All ticlxts ~c .4


Don't miss this c. r
with its suburban rccti -
and Tybee, and Charlestcr. *: ,
Palms, and enjoy yocurs.. .
laceaonvtile proper. Ncve: wv. -
delightful trip offered. N .
dates for which tickets will -,
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.~.I. !a~'Mfoor S4av:innah and
1,i';. Th-n T%'.ill1 w' the timne 11
;.I lV.eltnotI.p tatoe'and enWm
M fiz a' *'riry :anol balmy air.
.Wailk-r. to~rnwrly in the em-
4L.'*.!. hais .,p4.ns-ol a first-
I, fi ~pj, n-xt to Parke-r's rem-
*~ ~ ~ 1. Ow S..4,4 t't.- A. 11- All wore
in fin.. stylp. Give him a


~.M..,.!"n. the~ hunting grocer. DUO
4 '4 '4' Ii 1us*:n*#q an-]i1.9 ready to
- . .I:v, j.~ddi:. in heoieegroce~rI
,*op'1 drinks. eeenfectioaerY,
4 1! --;i.;v#-ry ". igonf. Your or-
.44?4J- 1. Iron building. Hoeft


44 ihi%'r- ;wi hair cut and pm
'4.4 444)P. Shav. IOC.: bh
4 h.ing razor. 25c.; conCW
77-.. %'1A riwrk first cla lms. N .
.! .z t *. % o ft d~ r m. N e xt d e e r 0 0
4 4. .. m i ? h. on '1.est Bruudw7


J. A. oivewr 3m.
MercbIst Talfm.


:., ". Ia-y in -tk one of the hest agagg,
': .- of srltings for holiday ele
'.r pr--intd to the Ocals ptf.
:. ..- an'm fit guaranteed. CleiUnt
.- ar.'n repairing neatly dm. 9M
t.t .-r suitings to your e bs
,-: s f.,r ,he money In towil I&
i n -oi,':itd. No. 3, North Mabh
w 'wo rd'oo- north of Ocala Boot


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Saturday d :r:
guost and. Seipten-.cr ~r."
at onela re, PIu s $-, 2.
days.
For Bccks ard Ct
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St. Louis and Me-


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