Vefml 10, Nmne (2 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1904 Fifty Cats a NM, $5 a Yr
JM T ARRIVED THIS IS A CAMPAIGN LIE
Cq-al -DoN Sug A Harmless One lo. ever ut Brow-
P p h aid Seems to Have Cut Ice as Well
Paml Tafta as the Wood
3o H ^ jThe New York Ht-rald tells the fe1-
low ing story:
Napft Soap Two of the candidates in the rect'-nt
P e t~fp rrima;ry e+-le-tion for governor of Floor-
NNW*P. ka S da. mlade- a house- to house- anvas"
maI Lc hsit through th- stat.-t. One hot day. *apt.
Browau.rd drov- ul, to ta farm house andl
S9 Toilnt Sa n found a lady .ttre-nuously cutting wooJ-
at 3 f 25 ceats s the bed' The gaiaait ,captain alighted. b,.owed
I* bt had io amp.
COTES AND TEAS
F. G. B. WEI1HE
TYPE-WKu lu K
MISS B. N. SINCLAIR
Private office in Commercial Bank.
ToYr work in the above lines solicited.
Speed and accuracy guaranteed.
FISHM A OYSTERS
I have fresh Bott. m Fish and
Mullet always on hand:
Cedar Key and Crystal River
RECEIVE FES DALY
Opened and delivered upon request
SEE ME, I CAN
FILL YOUR WANTS
W.M. TU LER
JI WIL-DLIA EI
CAP ITEE AND WLDER
and said: "Madam. excus- mne, but I
cannot stand idly by and set--e a lady 1do,
such hard work. Permit me.'" and tak-
ing the ax he labored for half ani hour.
until the last sti-k ,of woodI was cut.
"Now. madam." he said. am he w i;'-lI
the sweat from his brow. "if you h.i\%-
a husband you may tell him that Cap-
tain Biroward called to see him and I
:,wuld greatly appre,'iate his vote for
The- woman, whqo had le-,-n gr.-.stly
ladh iritng th O canliol:te-'s ability as At
wooed holpler. r -llie-I dubiously:
SWell. I don't know abAout his voting
for you. 'cause HIob Davis is right now1
in the back yard. milking the- cow."
CURES OLD SORES
"Westmoreland. Kan.. May G. 1902;
Rallard Snow Liniment Co.: Your Snow
I.Inlment cured an old sore on the side
of my chin that was supposed to be a
cancer. The sore was stubborn and
would not yield to treatment, until I,
We are closing out a line of
t9 ;fl LAEIES' OXFORDS AT
BROUGHTON WAS BEATEN
Prominent Preacher Participant in a
Disgraceful Disturbance With a
S- w ff W-- i - - -is 1 |r.I*111 I' Blrsught.. rth- se-ns.ti<.ii.al Hap-
%l m V % Ii.tst it-.wher ,.t Atiltnt.t. w t% ,,\thAl-,
in Alt,.any. *;:,.. M l.'l.ia t.y th, hi-f ,.f
-,;i .- f that t t :tg; i A.ii t h.-m Iot.
Irught.,nii ha.i ir.,ol,- i h.rg -s r't 1.,.i
!c-h.t\iv:.r \ %hil- in ,,ftite.
Th- ,*'ti, -r a.nd .S ,ni- ,f his frien.is
GONE AND GET A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE ":, ;; -". ;"" :,:;'.
The ioli',-nl.t attl.tked I' Hrough:ion
Saith at whip tan-l st:utk him thr.-- or
ALL GONE ,, ,,ur ., l1-f i t'- h- ciul-I! -t ,.UT ,f
the- hair. l;t.,u-ht.'. .Alnos-. k:-;tI.it l
Sh at.i y ',in s.pitt-.on ith ,,n>-- h.in i
i i-.,. heine ilet, his 1-* -k-t'. -v':1,-nt-
!y v -r ;it gn. \ iith th- *oth,-r. Soimn.- *of
ilr.,uaht., s r' it-in.s x\ -I- in'-s.-nit. ai..I
I IjIjJ3 IIJ nIema; s fm.r-- 'I' si,,iulg,-, in .el.- tight.,
w. J. CHIAnIBER iS SHOE CORAfT I e ; (os f t h
Slll ll] r'hilh-'! '4 1 h,-ls i t ,, l -t-h% I- thi-
-- --- ---- ,priihilp:t ; ,n ,l pr-\ it-l I th furthe-.
Seffusiom fI gor'.
.ALTO M1( )lIi.E F(uOi ;.\.LE A GOOD TEAM FOR SAL Ior. ltrought.. s n.t. v.t in the-
Ia mit- >li..s \ith I:. .ti, J.,tm -s. \\h >
1 lhe iachinn.- can 1w ',it at My Alriving ponies. Kitty and Hattie., iln neit .,
;taidlehv & C..S. linvtry sta.: .. .\,I- These- ponies are well bred, being about whih ,as he hippi.-. th.uth l...th
dress for particulars, C. E. N.ftMeln. three-fourths Wilkes and one-fourth s-m t hv- e.-n ,'ra, h a ttles.
.)l1canopy. :Ila. Hamiltonian; can go a mil- in four
minutes; are very kind and gentle: can THROWN FROM A WAGON
KI-IE'P VY(OL'R fYE be handled by ladies or children. The : F
On PI'ttman and Son, leading furni- are well matched in color, size and r. George K. Babcock was thrown
ture dealers. fgor the four yecas old. Price, o00. tr om his wagon and seve-rely bruised.
bedsteads just in. and at prices that RN Smor He applied C;hamb.rl;iin rPain l!.in
will make ytl lV. TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY freely and says it is the'st liniment
She ever used. Mr. lIabco,-k is a well
tried Snow Liniment, which did the
work In short order. My sister. Mrs. 'IL.R1 .-TS VI.\ A. C L.
Sophia J. Carson. Allensville, MIffin )I-)R F( )l'RTII ()F JL'I.Y
county. Pa.. has a sore and mistrusts
that it is a cancer. Please send her a
50e. bottle." Sold by the Anti-Monop-
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Last Excursion to West Florida and
Return This Season
6--SAVANNAH, GA., and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only of,
July 1: final limit July 12.
$A-COLUMBIA, I. C., and return.
Tickets on sale for night train only
of July 1: final limit July 12.
$34.35-EUREKA SPRINGS. ARK., and
return. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
and Saturdays; limited 60 days.
$2S.55-HOT SPRINGS. AIK., and re-
turn. Tickets on sale Wednesdays
and Saturdays. Limited 60 days.
Offer his services to the people of $15.5-TUSCALOOSA. ALA., and re-
Ocalsa and vicinity for work in his line. turn. Tickets on sale June 14. 15. 16.
If recommendations and good work 17. 20, 21. 27 and July 4; limited to
count. then I feel capable to make es- 15 days from date of sale. Exten-
timates and carry them to a successful sion obtainable to September 30, 1904.
Imue. J. D. Williams. $19.:.0-NASHVILLE, TENN.. and re-
No. 139. 8. 2nd St.. Ocala. Fla. tuin. Tickets on sale June 23. 25. 27;
limited to 15 days from date of sale.
Extension obtainable to September 30.
READ, n l AK]FS $26.15-WEST BADEN SPRINGS. IND.
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 inclusive; limited to August 11.
For the finest bread, cakes
and Fancy Groceries in the city
MRS. MARTINOT. PROPRIETOR
V. B. POTTS
CONTRACTING AND BUILDING
G L al Rd aIrin
$26.20-FRENCH LICK SP'GS. IND..
and return. Tickets on sale July 21
to 24 Inclusive; limited to August 11.
$31.95-ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. and
return. Ticketc on sale July 10 and
11; limited to July 23.
$32.53-EUREKA SPRINGS, ARK., and
Return. Tickets on sale July 6 to 9
inclusive; limited to August 7.
FOURTH OF JULY RATES. Tickets
will be sold on July 2. 3 an1 4 to all
points in the territory south of the
Ohio and Potomac and east of the
Mississippi rivers, including St. Lou-
is. Mo.. at one and one-third fares.
Extreme limit of all tickets, July S,
:SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS to the
principal reports on sale daily. with
extreme limit October 31. 1904.
$4.S6-S T. LOUIS, MO, AND RE-
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
S25; limited to December 15, returning.
31--ST. LOUIS. MO, AND RETURN
Tickets on sale daily, beginning April
0 25; limited returning 60 days from
WenelIr I p*i ol **i e date of sale.
So G a d 242-CINCINNATI, 0, AND RE-
sOX "1 Odss ALA FLA Tickets on sale July 16 and 17:; limit-
ed returning to July 25. Extension
SSMOKING IN A
Practical POWDER MAGAZINE
AM |, II MIs courting death more suddenly but
not more surely than neglecting kid-
Cla~efI estimates made on all cotraci ney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure will
wer. Gives more and better work feecure a slight disorder in a few days.
I- monT than any other maa It
n tan any oterand its continued use w ill cure the most
obstinate cases. It has cured many
people of Bright's disease and diabetes
Opposite City Ha PO Se who were thought to be incurable. If
The Atlantic Coast Line will t -ll
tickets on July 2, 3 and 4. with re-
turn limit July sth. 140m4. to all points
in the territory so uthl of the (1hi o
and I',itnac and east .,of tile Mis-
-issillppi rivers. including St. oi.,tis.
.Mo.. at rate of one and one-thirdl
Wonderful things are done for the known citizen of North Plain. Connn.
human body by surgery. Organs are There is nothing equal to Pain Balmn
taken out and scrape-d and polished and for sprains and lruis.-s. It w ill effect
put back, or they may be removed en- a cure in one-third the time required
tirely; bones are spliced: pipes take by any other treatment. For sale by
the plat'e (of diseased sections of veins: all druggists.
:intisetpltic dressings are applied to -- -
wounds, buans, bitise-s and like Injur- KNIGHT TEMPLARS CONCLAVE
ic- s b-efoeso inttamninati4 n sets inll, which
ca.uses them to heal without maturation Via Southern Pacific or Union Pacific
and in onei-third the time required by Railroads
inr-i .iss taret's lor tie rotinl trip. the dI treatment. Chamberlain's Pain irtclass rund tii tickets to San
-- Bnalmn tsit. on this same principle. It
Frtncisc' land Lies Angeli-. actcount the
15.S-acre spll-ndid farm. cottage, well, is an antise-ptic and when applied to emplars l ptmbr
I I Knight T"'emplars ctonclave, Septemnber
barn. sugar house: 40 a' res in ,'ultiva- such injuries 'causes them to heal tery 5-9. It94. and S.oveieign Grand Lodge
tion, balance woods. with some geool quicklyl. It also allays the pain and O.. .. F. September 19-. 4.
timber. Nice small lake. Very fine sore-ness. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm Tickets on a from ll southeastern
location for general farmn, stock rais- in your home and it will save you tine
points Augu.t 15 to 27. in elusive, and
ing. etc. Near Oxford. Fla. Price. $7;.10. and money. noet to mention the incon- August S to September 9. inclusive.
Half cash. A bargain. 'Call on F. W. venien.e and suffering which such in-
The twos shortest and best lines from
Ditto, room 12, Mercharv' bleck. juries entail. For sale by all druggists. New Orleans. Kansas city or Omaha
through to the Pacific coast.
Ask for p4rticulars. J. F. Van Rens-
salaer. General Agent. 13 Peachtree St.,
I T 1 1Atlanta. Ga.: G. W. Ely. T. P. A.: R.
L ) LVIB. Itean, T. p. A.
in the lower.
LI7TLETON FEMALE COLLEGE
This institution with a patMioage of moM thaa
200 pupils from live different states. covwerin an aa
of 1000 miles in diameter, desire immed ate cor.e-
pondence with any any young lady who wiahem to go
oil to school. A postal card or letter will bring fmme-
dia te reply and in teresting informa tion
The 23rd Annual Session will begin on Wednesday,
Sept. 14.1904. J. M RHODES, Pres., Littleton, N. C.
*~ - ______
And stays there, there's boey
Possibly you have observed that customers
MUNROEt &NIANM L IS1m1,
AT THE CITY MlrET
Leading Wholesale & Retail Butcheis
WESTERN AN CHOICE FLOIDA MEATS
CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON
FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 1M
SEASIDE INN AND COTTAGES
Leading Hotel and Pleasure Re-ont on the East Coas of
IIomnelike and Comfortable.
IIHotel Directly on the Atlantic Coast.
Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
$2 P ER IDAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK
Address HORACE F. b1EwART,
AN ALARM CLOCK FOR 25c. 1 Tl lR F OJI PKIy
If you want to get up early and feel J ? JE IJl AJ
ROUGH OR DRESSED .god all day take a Little Early Rier
,or two at bed time. These famous lit- Has the Fined, MoSt Elegat L of I at
See or Phone
B. H. SEYMOUR
9 BRANCH OF
COMMERCIAL BANK, JACKSONVILLE ^
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS
RECEIVED. LOANS MADE. EXCHANGE BOUGHT
W. P. EDWARDS
At the City Market
Fresh Meat, Poultry, Fish and Vegetablew
City and Country Trade Solicited
Free Delvery Pblnne 121.
of Sewing Machines
We have a large number of sewing machines that have been used-some
out little-that we will close out at Bargain Prices. These machines have
been thoroughly overhauled by experienced workmen and all worn parts re-
placed and made as good as new for service. Each machine is adjusted, tried
and guaranteed to do perfect work before it leaves our store. Can be seen
and tried, if desired.
We will sell these machines very low for cash. Prices run from $4 to $12-
and each is a bargain at the price.
We are agents for the celebrated "New Home" and "Wheeler and W:l-
son" Sewing Machines-with or without button-hole attachment.
Graphophones and Records. A G aphophone and 6 Records for $5.
Sti- pills relax tihe nerves, give quiet
rest and refreshing sleep,. with a gen-
tl- movement of the bowels about
I bra:kf:ast time. W. H. Hovell. lous-
ti-n. Tex., says "Eaily Risers are the
be st pills made for co.nstiration, sick
li-adlache, etc." Sold by Wm. Ander-
ROUND TRIP RATES
The Atlantic coast Line. the juic kest
ioute- toy t\\to hours and eleven minutes
Sfioill Jacksoitville- to Washingtone. offers
,-*xtlur.ion rate. Jacksonville to \-Wash-
in.tsn .ini return. $37. Tike-ts nw ion
.salt-. '-F"loiidl: and West Inlian L im-
ite-,." tas.t-st and tiie-st all year tt ain
L,-.t'-.'n the- a.st and Soouth, leaves
.ti. ks-.nviUlh- 9 a. tn. arrivt-s \V.i.hing-
ll 7:4.' I. nI.. frolowing momnnicr. No,.
e, A.tl.inti e';st Line :xe Expre-ss. le-.
Ja. ks,,ii\ ill,- t'5 t. ;*. in.: atiives W aslh-
Ii tolii le: p. m f. ;..Mil :: ..v ,;,t.
A.n t-X t-lIe-nt spp.' tunity to vi sit th.-
tion,'s aipit~al at ionninal t lst. Ti
...5 ge.,] to metlturn mteb'-r 31. Av.,il
S.-iiirs-f of tihe ,iuikest rand tl-st lii:-
I:..th tr,.i-ns carry Pullman drawing
",,in sl.-e-pe,-r., J; -k. "ini\' i 'il- '." \.
in't,,. I 'emiha .r,,l \V'-st hItnlian I.ini-
eti,-l :; in.-s Pu nlml .n tin-s t dining ,..i :s
ti, T V, ih t.r WVshiiz.t,,n.
\V.1. II Lo.hy. Div. Pass. Art., Savan-
T. ''.Whitte. P. P. A.. T mpa. Fla.
". .'. Eme-:.,n. Traffi' .M,,n: .-r-. w i-
rin!.&t'tn. N. .
\V. J. O':tig. e- Pa.t-. Azt.. Wi;r.ir--
ton. N. C.
THAT TIRED FEELING
If y..u are la.gui,. .-i.,'-ssed :.nl in-
.-a; .4.: ," ,: '-,rk. it .:. :t-t that your
i;.-- "is ,ut ,f :- i-r. H-rine will as-
. i: t h.i'. "-u t, thr,,:v if ho ~ i.-t,. hes.
:h-'u itis-n a.n :;i ,r-n+s ak'n to Ter-
v..us:.- .!.r ,V- ', ie an.]
v t.i~ity .f ?s,-ur l.2 ,,n l ; ::'t ;.,,:th. J
.1. Hu:1.. .r !. T.-tn~ -. T-xam. Write
M '- 2. .' 2: "I .:v- us-. He?-t.r.-
f or t twt y- It h,, !? i .- rn
,,. r- ...- i h .: ill i. tor.. W hen
I ; .l :. i" *I-: fe ;n-r.
I ik- :. .' .,r H-. . It : h-
f-- .". r.,: a b,'t;.. ?,: by the An-
tier styles lead the world of fashion, and always will be found
there the most exquisite production of modern art and styles
THE LATEST PARIS CREATION
An E-cl'uuve and BeaU l Line of Dres Hat Alway
A call will convince you that I have the leading styles.
A. E. BURNETT
INE WATCHES, GUARANTEED LVYBI
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
J.. *T na t*W.V. Round Tril. O Ote but
40 *2.... 7.50 ly .' .
53390 ... 12095 Ramd T" ." Csee
j .1 d U.,- t i 'yls
World's Fair Rowte, St. Lot
E:'her thr,-%h'.h A'lan'a and Chattair.-ga or Columbia and AMbe ft
"La I ,,: thi- Sky" r-.ute.
,*ny ir.e fr,. F iIa w'ih its own rails to St. Louis. Two tradmi d .-
f-'.. J. ks. r-.::-::. Thr. :gh s-lee: ng r. ,
PHONEl NO. 25.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 190.
"TE EE TAT TREATS YOU RIGHT"
WHAT KIND OF ICE CREAM
FREEZERS DO WE SELL? WELL,
ALASKA, ENOUGH SAID
H. B. MASTERS,
C. L. ITTINGER & CO.
C. L. little and R. R. Carroll
Iwsayktot* and Publishers
C. L. BITTINGER,
editor and OGenarl Manager.
R. R. CARROLL,
Ciy Editse aed Business Manager
You can't make a silk purse out
of a sow's ear, neither can you dou-
ble the electric light service and its
net proceeds with city warrants at
a discount of 10 per cent.
Shall we have bonds to improve
the city's finances, or shall we con-
tinue to live under a discredited
warrant system of 18 per cent dis-
count, with o10 per cent more
thrown in for good measure on ail
bills contracted by the city ?
FEEL IMPENDING qOOM
The feeling of impending doom in the
mands of many victims of Bright's dis-
sam and diabetes has been changed to
thakfulness by the benefits derived
from taking Foley's Kidney Cure. It
wl cure Incipient Bright's disease and
diabetes and even In the worst cases
give comfort and relief. Slight disor-
ders are cured In a few days. "I had
diabetes In Its worst form." writes Ma-
ris Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I tried
eight phkylclans without relief. Only
three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
m.de me a well man." Sold by the
In consequence of the misunder -
standing of an order, the water was
turned too soon into a nearly finished
condult at Spanish Town. Janiaica.anil
thirty-three workmen we-re drowned.
A STRONG HEART
Is assured by perfect digestion. Indi-
gestion swells the stomach and puffs
it up against the heart. This causes
abrtness of breath. palpitation of the
heart, and general weakness. Kodol
Dypepelia Cure cures Indigestion, re-
Uevee the stomach, takes the strain
of the heart and restores it to a fu'l
performance of its function naturally.
Kodol increases the strength by enab-
Ilag the stomach and digestive organs
to digest, assimilate and appropriate
to the blood and tissues all of the food
nutriment. Tones the stomach and di-
geotive organs. Sold by Wm. Ander-
The Mormons seem to havet" su*,v*.'I-
ed in keeping all mention of ,polyKA.nyY
out of the national rIpublit'an platform.
Deep, tearing or wrenching pains. oc-
castoned by getting wet through; worse
when at rest. or on first moving the
limbs. or in cold or damp weather, is
quickly cured by Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment Oscar Oleson. Gibson City. Ill..
writes, February 14. 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." 5c.. 50c. and S1.
Set by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
The First National Bank of S.>r;at.-
ga. N. T.. has suspendedl paynevnit.
CHEAPER THAN WOOD
Why not have that old wooden fence
replaced with a nice iron fence. First
eost very little more than wood. and 'n
the long run is really the cheapest.
Adds to the value of your property.
FRIDAY, JULY FIRST
Performance of "Mrs. Wiggs of the
Cabbage Patch" by Home Talent.
The- la'i'-s of the- Episco'pal ,-hurch
t ill preot-nt "Mrs. Wiggs of th-
hagt- I'at-h" :it tht- op*-rt house Fridlay
-v-rninxt. July I. F',ill't ing is th,- .;ast:
Asks the readers of this paper to test
the value of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Those persons who have used it and
who have been cured by It. do not hes-
itate to recommend It to their friends.
Kodol digests what you eat, cures indi-
gestion, dyspepsia and all stomach
troubles. It increases strength by en-
MCIVER & MACKAY
Phmolate. Minino ad Wasin Main
1Mrs. \\is .. ... .... Mrs.. G. Mv-r's abling the stomach and digestive or- 'y -
Junini.- .... .... ....<..;uy Zewalski gans to contribute to the blood all of
i ... ....... ut R..bi, the nutriment containel in the food. W Qi A P 14 a .mhmu *U n.
s ................ Su Anl-rsn Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and; ag uII iJ5 l msiU5 U5 dX U 5
IAustr.lia .. .......... ..ulin- Sulliv.n palatable.
.l,,,, ,,, .... ......LOT WANTED HARNESS AND 8SADDLERY OF ALL KINMS
[Robe-rt R-.llitnr . . . N e-il \\'-tth-r .t ante rsf from on-al t,
A lot wanted of irom one-half to
IT-". Hazy.. .......... ... %I-ta Jo-o-tt tne acre in size on A. C. L. Ry..t
,'. .............. -um,,.within or adjoining city limit.pti
Pet .. ........... ....... ..B-n ToI .l
whcre siding can be put in and
i R-.s-rved, s-;ts. .,, ,ents,. Pl-rform- Iarchouse and mill erected. Ad- FAR-T U O F A L M N I
.I.lb' btis a '.3.. '.Iress with lowest terms, Ocala Seed F AL I U
I This will t w the- lhl;i\ of the- ,.ason. Store.
If you miss it. y'Ou n1ss 1 a g14 thing. A RARE OPPORTUNITY oSp ate
SUED BY HIS DOCTOR Can put party on track to secure the -
best lands for stock farm in the coun-
"A d-.,tor here has sued. me for tyv. Size of tract. fully 2000 acres: EL TROPICO
$12...,, uhich I claimne-l was ex,'esie land covered with fine body of blanket *"-'
for cholera morlius." says R. White. of grass, Florida clover, and the finest CIGAR FACTORY
",',t.'h-lla. ('al. "At the trial he prais- feed in the state. Land cheap. For ."
ed hi meeal skill and medicine. I further partiulars call at this office. oMaker f the
asked him if it was not Chamberlain's Maer fIh
lColic. Cholera andl Diarrhoea Remedy0
he used,, as I had good reason to be- e4-,ForT ime. MIL D O
lieve it was, and he would not say un- Judge Knott-Why did you rob this .
der oath that it was not." No doctor man in broad daylight. Prisoner-I Highest Grade o"S Cigar
could use a better reme'ly than this in couldn't help it, your honor. I had am -n 0
FROM FLORIDA a 'ase ,of cholera morbus. It never
SI fails. Sold by all druggists.
The Navy le-p;artment and th- D*.- -
Forrest Telegraph Company have sign- FOR SALE
ed aln agreement for service fron Flor-
14la to points south as fqollowps: Ke-y A wvell e+-taillish.-l millinry busi-
West to Panama: Ktey West to, San ness an-i stock at DImnn.-llo.. che.-aj for
Juan. Porto Rico; Santiago. 'uba. to ;.t-';Ah. Aiply to' Mrs. Mi nni"- A. 11,Osti'k,
P;anaina; Petnsatola to Ke-y West; San 1-1
Juan. Porto Rico. to Sant iago. Cuba.
A COSTLY MISTAKE
Blunders are sometimes very expen-
sive. Occasionally life itself is the TEXAS PACIFIC
price of a mistake, but you'll never be
wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for Dyspepsia. Dizziness, Head- w-
ache, Liver or Bowel troubles. They
are gentle yet thorough. 25c., at the The Great FasterO
The Carmichael and Son Co. keep
constantly on hand. receiving a fresh
supply every two days. delicious, pure
Georgia creamery butter. 25 cents per
pound, kept on ice. Phone No. 37.
The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E. T.
Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat
surgeon, of Tampa. will be Thursday,
July 2-. at the- Mliotet-zu7nt> llot,-l.
S. M. Lunimmus cam.' llto. .n towni to-
day in at carriagee, to, show his su iti-
tute how to go-t M3r. M. .g:m;tar l'out
of a fit of the sulks. Mr. Mrg:inathal,-r
agot cho' trful ag:'in l-frii- Sinm caitlh'.
hut the sub wa.is glad to s*,' him. just
th* sain,'. Sin. is stiff'. ing frolaii a ve-ry
sore hlaiid. \~hi. h gets no le-tte r very
fast. anol ftimn a lebg which isn't as sor,-
as it \% as a few ,lays agol. \'. f-,:irl it
" ill It- several lays he'-,.mt' hi- n 'l -- I
.umn- %work. We miss his skillful :tn-l
iili.utrious tingfis r- tiillv.
Best work in painting and
hanging done by Stemil'erger.
R. D. FULLER,
Office Over Munroe & Chambliss
Bank. Ocala. Florida.
J. L CHACE,
OMffe Ustairs Commercial Bank
Building, Ocaa. 'Florida.
W. H. MAREAN, M. D.
Si.e-ial attention given to the treat-
ment of Chronic Diseases and Dis-
eases of Women and Children.
Office ever Tydings' Drugstore. Of-
flee hours from 8 a. m.. to 12 m.;
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. n..
Residence--No. 60 N. Main St.. known
as the Nashb cottage.
and Western Line
Across the Entire States of
TEXA? and LOUISIANA
N40 THol' BI.: l'o A) N.%WEK Q'l':''liN.
Direct Line to
WRITE FoR NKW BOOK OFT'EX.A. FRKK
E. P. TURNER
General Passenger Agent
.... I. .
TO THE RESCUE
Th- hei;li-<.s a.r :-. a-d ,-y tl. -I.-:* -
ever bothers you with repairs and: b lie i. Tit- st .a.i shi.,: ..- r: t:.-
lasts forever. w ceak.
Throueh Sleen and inine Cars
engagement every night that week.
Dolly-Were you pleased when Cbar-
ley proposed? Polly-Pleased? I came
pretty near giving him our college yell.
Many bow sweetly to the gardener,
when his roses are in bloom.-School-
HAVE YOU A COUGH?
A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syr-
up will relieve it. Have you a cold? A
,lose of Hprbine at bedtime and fre-
(quent small closes of Horehound Syrup
during the day will remove It. Try it
for whooping cough, for asthma, for
consumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe
McGrath, 327 E. First St., Hutchison.
Kans., writes: "I have used Ballard's
Horehound Syrup in my family for five
years, and find it the best and most
palatable medicine I ever used." 25c..
50c.. $1. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES OF
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE
For sale. 75 acres of as good land as
can be_ had in Marion county, describ-
ed: Wi% of nw%. sec 19, tp 14, s, r 22
e: or lying along the Gainesville road,
about 4Y2 or five miles from Ocala.
Here is a chance, for it will be sold
cheap for cash. Inquire of the Star
offit e. Ocala, Fht.
Effle (Just engaged --What do you
think Edwin said last night? That If
lie ind to choose either me or $10,000
lie wouldn't even look at the money!
May still walting- Dear. loyal fellow!
I suppise he wouldn't like to risk the
In Five Siae
CHAL PEYSER, Prepriete
McGrath's Old Stand
WmS'T SXD'M Uy..=.
Rebuilt, and Newly Ftnished
Fine Wines of All Kinds for Family U se. High Grade Whiskies. Brandies,
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 TbYO( AT S. A. L DEPOT
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-
Separate Wite and Colow Bas at Both the S.A. L. and
UI Town Places
"Money," said Uncle Eben, "Is what -
makes de mnire go. lbut' sometimes It
wa\ints a sensible driver to prevent
-.imehody funu gittin' throwed bahd." OUR LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER S ARE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS
Ialttimore Amertcan. DIRECT, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
F-' P. SALE- lady's saddle andl
blanket; goo.l as brand new. Z. C.
, 'h;iinmliss .
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
One Fare Plus $2 for the Round Trip
We .AAlwyve wpoleao
The Carmichael & Son Co.,
Ocala -. F-I-da*
Tickets on sale every Wednesday and PLANTED GLOSSIER SEED
Saturday; return limit sixty days.
The Frisco System. in connection -..ing are the namea ,f some of
with the Rock Island System, from th, mtlon gr owers .ho planteId Glos-
Mmniiphis. offers the best route. ,,,,sir s., s,,l, by Tylings an.l '.ma.
\Vite for literature and full partic- ny. in this 4 .ity: '. Mann at York;
ulars. S. L. Parrott, District Passen- Sren -e and Mr. M.-ffrt at Low-
te-r Agent, Atlanta. Ga. e-ll; J. 1. Knobl,.k. Martin: the 3Ma-.
------------ rion Farms anil J. IH. Spenr-er. *Ocala.:
Reason Why Bai4r Make Tllet. J. J. Tillis of Laly I ake. All these had
As bird fashlops do not change, the the -st ,f re,.sults. She-riff Iane (of
lady birds of today wear the same' I
kind of dresses their grandmothers o .l a L. i
wore and are never troubled about -,l-n's .s--1.;1 1 1i ill and1 L'idln of
style. Two suits a year are quite IO;Atla ise-l a tinte ,tr,' fron Rocky
enough for most birds, but they need Fo"rd c.int:hloup- s-e-,il bought from Ty-
to take great care of them. Each sep- dings a.il "onalpany.
rate feather must be cleaned and look-
ed over and the useless ones pulled The (cala Jesey ('r,-imery ,an sup-
out. You have seen a canary preeningne r t,-
his feathers by lifting them and l1ns ot milk Iur day. Prtiu in g-t
smoothing them out with his bill. and 'ns "f milk ,r lty. P:rti-s in g
you have thought him vain to do this milk. labber oir utt r any time o'f day
go often. If you neglect to comb your by senling to th- dairy, corner North
hair it will become tangled and look Franklin St.
untidy. but more serious things happen ----- -
to a bird who does not comb his feath- REVOLUTION IMMINENT
ers thieso feathers are not packed
and lave places between them filled seri-.us trouble in your system is ner-
with air. When a bird wants to get vousn-ss. sleer.lessn-s9 or stomach up-
warn.er he lifts tils feathers so that s.ts. El-.'trl0: itt,-:s will qui, kly dis-
thebe ai!r slpao--s may be larger. but If m r..m,er the troubles,,me causes. It
Li% feathers are tangled or wet and n.-ver f:ails to tone the stoma, h. regu-
dirty he could not raise them. and soon 1,it- th- kiltneys and bowels, stimulate
be ,could not keep the beat in his little -r an I lrfy the loo. Run-
body and wiou:', die of course. .! 1 yt-ms bn.Et ;-articularly and
'. .i-'*-.tn ayat-mrs b<-nfit particularly and
SHOULD KNOW THIS
'. -' II..:.-y ,n.l Tar h.~ u: -.l
S .: rr.a t. it r -, .-
-: h~.. Mrs A ..:ih Uu-?ng,
7.! \V..st Th:: 1 S .. I .'v-.p..rt. Iowai.
:'-. "A s.-:re cid contra, tedl
.. ,.-- y-.: s .1 1, as.is negl.- t-l until
t: th- usual at:tenling athos vanish
';n !-r it.. thorough and spar.h!ng ef-
f-, :v.ness. Electric Bitters Is only
S,,'.. and that is returnel if it lon't
give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed
by the Anti-Mono-,poly Drugstore.
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
_. &-"P 9
h.'ms a, l aW.
Pure Rye tastes
old because it is
old. It is a
time has brought
to ripeness." It
is "written down
old with all the
There are several so-
called "Club" Whis-
keys that are not
Maryland Club. You
can tell itby the taste.
The Leader In Ie Cesm
STh"- riginat,r of the
Any clr or or flavor.
)Orl!r. fill-e on demand in .any
We Are St&l Htig.
and supplying builders with the very
best seasoned lumber for every pur-
pose. While the demands of our cus-
tomers are great we tlave disappoint-
ed no one and are glad to state that our
efforts to meet the desire for a grade
of lumber of the best quality have been
appreciated far beyond our expecta-
C. I. GRAC E
I Amlck Qi
It's 10to 1you do If you ans m vieal
of malaria. 11
D) m'1 Do h W e ti
We'll admit it will cre malaria. but it sit v
almAs& deadly after effect
i- m- om m e w
Carrylng Pullman eepers. Cafe
Cars (a Ia carte) asd Chair
'Cars (seats fret).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BirMingham, Memphis ad Kansas City
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, OklahMi a and IndianTerriteries
Far West and NorOlwest.
TRiROMa SLEEPING CA SERVICE FROMI TIE
SOUTHEAST TO IMEMINIS iAD
ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Kxzurionu tickets from AtlIta. Ga., and
sBlrmiham. Ala., to points in
tothwest oa sale first and third
Tuesday of each month.
Descriptive 't:erature, tickets arranged
and through reservations made upon appi;-
F. E. CLAmK. TRan. Pass'n AGT..
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT,
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. 1904.
lee edM Better-Milk at Taylora.
Thkst-Quescher at Taylors. Ice cold.
Telephonle 11. If you want painltin
Mtim LMla Moody has returned frqm
Champagne Mist at Taylor's. La-
Usadulterated Pepls-Cola at
er'a. Try It.
Tutti-FrUtti cream at Taylor's.
Mrs.Bdward Holder fk Dunnellon was
Io town today.
FVrit Frappe cream at Taylor's.
A wedding is booked for next Wed-
Nervola. Grenadine and several new
draks at Taylor's.
Red Rock Ginger Ale, in pints and
quarts. at Troxler's.
The me"t elegat di~play of candy
ft town at DuMe'.
Three flavors f I.e cream in stock
all the time. at Taylor's.
A full line of Tobaccos and Cigars at
Tydings and Company'*.
Mrs. Robert Taylor and children re-
tMrned today from a visit to Eustis.
When In doubt, smoke the Mile Deyo
e. cigar. All principal dealers.
C. A. Tremere. one of Relleview's
leading business men. was in the city
er reliable painting and iapering
SeJ. LStarr Sternberger. phone 116.
WANTED-F-Pfty wood choppers. Ap-
ply at Martin or to JM..Meffert. Orala.
The Montezuma had forty-live arri-
vals yesterday. Every room was otccu-
Work d4one by Sternberger in paint-
Mge and papering guaranteed.
E. W. Davis returned today from an
ofcilal visit to the Dunnellon Masons.
Let .o stationery and stationers sup-
lies. Just received. Ocala News Co.
L. !L Megs. the merchant prince ofr
OrangeStwrings. was in town yesterday.
Gerl s Witch Hazel Soap, best for
hard water. Try It. Postofftice Drug-
John Pelot is in Manatee county.
making a fortune selling washing ma-
Washington. June 29.-Partly cloudy
tonight; showers Thursday.
LINE UP OF THE OCALA NINE
PoFlowing is the line up of the Oeala
ball team which left today for St. Au-
gastine to play against a team of that
city tomorrow: Liddell. catcher: Hor-
ner. pitcher; Moore. first base: Harper.
second base: Jewett. third base: Har-
Iris. short atop: Morris. left field: Pey-
ser center and Tyson left field; Harry
Bullock substitute and Asher Frank
City election for bonds July 19. Keep!
the date in mind. It is an important
matter to every tax payer.
Turner Brewer of the Teapot Gro-.
cery, who has been laid up by bruises
received In a fall. is able to be out
again. Mr.Brewer had mounted a coun-
ter to get some goods off a high shelf.
and in getting down made a misstep
that caused him to fall and injure him-
self v-ry uncomfortably.
Henry Norman. colored, was convict-
A.A ,^, _ a ^ v .i .~~r 1N*M U1.--
ed before County Judge Rotwrt Bul-
lock of stealing Mr. Roller's hogs.
R. S Halfl,
A TIp 11
R. L. Aidero
Jo K. aUh%
Herbrt A. Fod
T. W. Troxler. Agent for Huyler's
sandy. Fresh Shipments Received;
HERBERT A. FORD,
4 1 .s5
Mr. T. M. Rickards and family of
Boca Raton. on the East Coast. will The Epworth League social at the -
spend the summer at their old home at residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 'hl.rk -
Balsam. N ('.. a charming retreat on last evening was well atte-n-ded and1
the very summit of the hills. The greatly enjoyed. A short program. op-
Rickards were formerly residents of ened with prayer, was rendered. In- ATTENTION, MASONS
handler and are pleasantly remember- strumental music was contribute! by ---
ed by their Marion county friends. Misses Jennie BulL Clara Moore and A r-gul.r ,,mmuniui..ati.,n sof M..ri.n
Clara Johnson. Dialect reading. "The Dunn I.... 1 N. :. F. & A. M.. % i t If you want to by a DOWI AR i r1
Mr. E. C. Welsh. president of the N. Watermelon Debate." by Miss Rhuda h-.l im th. ti-ni.ll Thir'si.,v. v.-.ning
& S. Lumber Co. at Cornell. left today Liddon. Recitation., Dat atermil- June- .1.. Visitit.g l.r.,thi.Is ..,r.i1.,lty .5.
for New York state, where he will take lin." by Adolph Dame." Readling. "De invite. l. J.. ,'.,h-. \V. 1. 5 2 c
unto himself a wife. The best wishes, way to de Melon Patch." (Stainton. by: Jak- IBri. n. Secri-tis. I
of the Star go with him. Mr. Tiegnor. and a citation. Ken-Yo had better co e ad t ow as l
tucky Philosophy." by Miss Aureliei The excellent cigars made by Charles
HAY FOR SALE-At 75 cents per .McAteer A few minutes ee given tr.the Mil Deyo and Grand R-
hundred weight. S. H. Gaitskill. Mc- 'hat along this subject.. an then the alcan be had at the Ocala News Co. R
Intosh, Fla. guests were invited tis the la iin and _I THEY ARE SUARAiTEEB 1ST TO FA E
treated tl, watermelon. tine. jui'y anfI; ODDFELLOWS. ATTENTION
Mrs. Tydings of Anthony arrived to- sweet. Florda's best.
day to visit her son. Mr. Charles Tyd- Regul.ir nm-etjni aiin in-t.illntion I'Fri-
ings. the skillful and popular Main Ifots 10i)x24 in Benton's subdivision Iay night. it Yn,,.-' h.ill.
street druggist. Finest location in town. Price re- ___
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased 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-
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus-
tachian Tube. When this tube is In-
flamed 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 nor-
mal condition. hearing will be destroy-
ed forever. Nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh. which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the mu-
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cur-. Send for circulars. free.
F. J. cheney and Co.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Halls Family Pills are the best.
Harry Johnson. formerly of Oxford.
now a telegraph operator, arrived in
the city yesterday and will take the
night "trick" at the A. C. L. freight de-
WANTED-Man under 35 years of
age from Ocala, with fair education, to
prepare for lucrative government posi-
tion. Begin with salary of $800. with
Increase as deserved. Write at once.
I. S. S., Box 570, Cedar Rapids. Ia.
The Star had a pleasant call yester-
day front Mr. A. A. ;Bartlett of Weirs-
dale. Mr. Kartlett is bat hing now. his
better half having gont- to Akrnm. I >hio.
for the summer. but expects to follow
The handsomest line o' .jufets chi-
na closets, dining room chairs and ta-
bles, rocking chairs, reception chairs,
eta., that this portion of +he state has
ever seen Just received by Mclver &
Revs. W. C. Unlnday and H. W. lAt-
tie were initiated Into the l'lks last
night. Their antlers were fastened on
-Just Received at-
OCALA MUSIC COMPANY
Captain Haskell of South Lake Weir
was in town yesterday. He is getting
A. E. Handle of Holder and T. E.
James of St. Petersburg were at the
Ocala House today.
Mrs. C. Y. Miller of Leroy was in the
city yesterday. shopping. She and her
today, and reports that he 'ame out$
away aheal on his sixteen ;acres of.
watermelonms, shipping seven *'arloaqls!
,at* netting over $10. a car. He s.aysv
the big Levon mill is in full operation.t
Cutting o.10o440 feet of lumber a 'lay an
; excess of 1.4fAo feet over the output of
-- ready to build a new house and will huseban have just returned l from a the old mill. Dr. Reeves has take-i Mr.
Hire's Root Ieer. tngerale and begin as soon as he can get the lumber. eek*s outingon crystal River, where Hardaker's place as supe,.rntole,,t ,f i
Ritampterryade in pint bottles, 1c.. at Mr. Miller owns and operates a fishing the ,plant.
Truxler'".' We have just received a large ship- fleet. ---
ment of Tablets and Envelopes of all THE CHRISTIAN 'hui.h.-s :it <'on- ,
Mrs. Schmnider of the Golden Acre sizes and grades; also all kinds of Sta- ANTD-Sawmi men to try the ttinople Turkey, and Yokhona.
grove went to Inverness yesterday to tiones' supplies. Call and get prices. Emerson Variable Feed Works. Guar- Jaian. have urng used the Ylkginan
visit -friends. aI anteed to save its cost in thirty days.Jan. have ong use the gman
Ocala News Company. Address. The Florida Iron and Wood and Martinez Paints for painting their!
Lavender, for keeping moths out of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brown. Jr.. who Works. Apopka. Fla., J. W. Emerson. contributions of L. and
Mr. and Mrs. l. gd. Boown. Jr.h wh Manager. Liberal contributions of L. and M.
eo wool goods. Nothing ese so returned from the Wold's Fair yester- Manager. Paint will be given for such purpose
good. Poatoie Drugstore day. had a very pleasant time at that wherever a church is located.
great exposition. Justice BeP Smith. 'ill and Theo F. M. Schofield, Harris Springs, S.
People who need up So date plumb- 1Odell. Ernest Smith and (ordon Par- writes:'I painted our old hom
C.. writes: "I painted our old hom,-
Ing should not forget R. E. Yonge. the Argosy. Smart Set and A insley's ham came up from xford today. ste ih L. and tw ty-six years
pkmeer plumber. Magazine. for July. just received by ago. Not painted since; looks better
J. F. Williamson at Martin's stand. r. W. Jackson of Electra as in the last four
For Pretectieo against loss by fire. town today to secure tickets for hism
call on Ditto. real estate and insur- W. A. Pelot. the melon buyer. will wife and two grandi.ehillren to go to! W. B. Barr. harlestm W. Va..
ae. (ASIA. Fla. F.r .orsyth. 41a.. to visit frien.. They left V'.
anl. tOala. Ila. le-a'e next week for Valdosta. t a.. the Forsyth. Ga.. to visitwrites: "Painte.l dFrank-erburg blo'k.
season being about over in Florida. this afternoon. %ith L. and M.: show s Iett-r than any
Jeose Burtz of the 0alnesville Sun I
s h ain i l... ... buildingss here have ever -June: stanIs!
was In the city last night and went to Lare lot of new graphophone r- STRAYED OR STOLEN ;ere he o. t i
SLarge lot of new graphophone rec- ,out as though varnishedl. and the act-
e thig. ords. latest selections. just received at From my yard. about two weeks ageo. ua;il cost of paint wasI less than $1.2-',
Nothing as good for connoisseurs as the t'ala Furniture Company. a big white and liver colored pointer' per g.allon. Wears and covers lik
a Grand Royal 10c. cigar. Sold by all .. dog. answers to the niae it "Dick.'" ;l,."
principal dealers., Pearl tooth wash Is the best. We sell Re'tard for his return or information There celebrate ;paints are soldl by
It. Postoffice Drugstore. tof his w hereabouts. George .Ma11Kay. McIver and MacKay. Ocala. Fla.
J. R. Moorhead went to Holder yes- June 17. 1904. 1
terday afternoon to survey a branch _
railroad for the Gem mine.
-~ II11 passed through town to,,tay on the :y a |
Dante. the cream man. has f.ttud up t. S.' on. ME R
his cream parlor in a manner that will Ti I
make hle rooms very acceptable to Marshal <'lev,-l;nd is g-tting rea.y
thoae who are seeking summer refresh- foo the Fourth by Ii.. iuks ,.1 ..
mwats. it th- city co,$t-r. in,,r.t-r t,, io+$ -
the ity r t.-, tho. s- Handsome line of piece
Mi Weeth Helm of New York is ph ter .f that ever hospitable lout s,,e- g d i Sock for St,
In the city. visiting her cousins, the hat expensive hotel. t USSts and OverCOatS*
Briggs boys and girls. I .... & ,- ,-- ..
Fresh miltch cows kept on hand for
sale the year round. Parties wishing'
a good milch cow. or a carload of them.
will save money by calling on D. M.
Mr. and Mrs. L Home of York re-
Theyl get Mt there
the World's* Fair. V IRIIT E'
I have a few choice lots. 0xs0 feet.
~e-half block north of Oklawaha. just
bao.k of the houses of G. T. Maughs and TH SMM- l
A. G. Gates. Price very low. F. W.: fT
lth u n n1 I
WVANTE i-Young nman from *) .ala
.or vicinity. \ ith fair business abilIty.
willing to w-ork. to prepare for ooa,.i
R government position. Enti.tn'-e s.Ilary.
S iossi. Gradual promotion: Jpositiornl
lennanent. Address. C. P. W.. l'Box 1.
Cedar Rapids. Ia.
- W. H. Hamilton a;t It. S Htarris. etn-
t-erprisin:.g fA.rmers rof Anthonii)y we ini
th- h aety today.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A large. roller-tolp office ,te-k. h.,s
We are Up-tiU-it na m-
tertal and worLmanship.
All orders skillfully and
promptly '_c-ttd, work
You wi l find a we'l selected stock of
CARMANI A L r*
T. W. SMITH & COMPANY
Carry a Full Line of General Hardware, and are new open for business i
the Fishel Old Stand, West of the Square.
All Goods New and First Class; Agents for Patten'*s Sun Prof Paints;
Complete Supply on Hand. Oils, Lead. etc. Stoves, Ranges, Fawm Teeoolsof a
Kinds. Everything in Shelf Hardware, Tinware, Agateware, ete. Seah, Dee
and Blinds, Guns and Ammunition. Peninsular Stoves and Rangei-nose
better; Wire Netting. the American Field and Elwood Fencing. The Laew-
est Prices Will Prevail.
Seventeen Years' Experience in the Hardware Business Famili.ria.e Us
With the Wants of the People. Your Business Solicited
.1E R. MA
H. 'i. I;la.Ke sfs the 1v'.ala ews t. -- -.. ---
oil tw\\o chil'lren. Irvin-e tanl i l: ke. a.te
it, "rllah.ss.-. visiting Mr. Itl.ak."s Fine Carafe
PLENTY OF DRESSED LUMBER FINE VEHIOL
.Mr. It. H. S.-yinour dlesires to ctorre t I
he- inpressionti he lost all his lumle-r Horms and
ii his lit- tit e. This is a mnist,tke. He B- r W b th
'jas t hoqusa;tolds of feet of s *-asoInel-
hIessejd lumler at his mill. three niles J R M
north h ot"f 4 Oala. consisting of flooring.e R *
.'iling awt sling. 4;iv'e- him a call.
Mris. J.ine-s Williamts of Cryst.tl Riv- J. M. MEFFERT.
e*r pitssel through h 4i .halt t,.ti:y. omn her!
' ;iy to1 Kentucky to spen-o the summer i
The Stiekleback LegendC. \c
Trh ahi -la l ck is one of the sp eciesI a
of fish that build nests. There is a
legend that the stickleback builds a
nest because during the deluge it
pulled the tow out of the bilge hole of
the ark. and If It had not been for the
hedgehog. who plugged up the leak
with his own body. Noah and his sons
would have had an exciting time bal-
Ing out their boat. When Noah found
out who had doue the deed he ordered
as a punishment that the culprit should !
be compelled each year to build a nest.
while other fishes would have an easy
time of It.
The Drum Major.
The dignitary known as drum ma-
Jor was not generally recognized in the
English army till the close of the reign
of Charles 1. Corporal punishment up
to the time of William III. was execut-
ad by the provost marshal and his dep-
uties. but afterward the drummer was
Intrusted with the task. Among the
records of the C'oldstreaw guards Is an
order that "the drum niaj,,r be answer-.
able that no at has more than nlne
tails." In 1,Wl a drum major of the
parliamentary army r,..elrol Is. 6d.
pay per diem.-All the Year Round.
A. Idol's Long Sleep.
In Pecu may lto seen an Enclish sen-
try keeping ngard over a Burmese
Idol. The Burmese believe the idol is
asleep an,! that when the awakes the
end of the world wiil 'Nome The sen-
try is there to pr-v-ent any one from
entering the parzola. wh!,.', is his place
of repose, and awakening: him. His
lumbers have lare'I *;.r-., years.
A FrIendly Call.
Little Tommy Ma::n. may I go
over and play with Mrs. Nexdoor'schi:-
dren? Mother-Yo' have never cared
to play with then: Little Tommy-
But my ball wen: ,ver Intos their yard.
-- 14 J O. P kav- it* toA.l me. \ a nd it
Have the neatest a
LRTIN & CO.
sB!g4x= a"d Tfaf
ES, FAST HORSES
Iles for Sale. H ins
Mouth at Special Rate.
kRTIN & CO.
J. H. TAYLOK
& Packing Co
ad most up-to-dat e week-
Ing plant in this section, and as a 'ret, an
tuAning out the priest, hardest aad--eaped Ice.
Pxorne Mo. A4.
WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGONS
-******* n *** ---
AIR LINE RAILWAY, S
*Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Phsf
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, B ltimore,
Philadelphia. New York.
O TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Seaboard Mail. 1
lnODERN PULLMAN EqWIPMAMT.
O ONLY LINE OPERATING
Dally Through Sleepers from JacKSO- "
Sville to New Orleans,
For ftll infornstion ans SAleeper B erva-tis., mUl -my A=1st
m Seaboard, or write
duced to $200 to $3.5,. They) go in a THREE PHYSICIANS TREATED
Miss Sallie Camp complimented her hurry. Call on Ditto. Merchants' block.
charming guest. Miss Eleanor 'assidy cala. Fla. HIM WITHO.,T SUCCESS
of Jacksonville. with a dance last eve- L Yancey. Pducah. Ky.. writes:
ning. Many young people were present Mr. S. A. Rawls. wife andi baby leave "I had a severe case of kidney disease
and all had a delightful time. tonight for Nio1brar.. Nelb.. here Mrs. and three of the best physicians in
Rawls sand the baby wi ill siAn'i the' Kentucky treated me without success.
--*- umnmer. Mr. Rawls -.ill return in I then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The
USEFUL INFORMATION CHEAP iurrlnlel'
About three wteks. first bottle gave me immediate relief.
Complete set Encyclopedia Britatini- and three bottles curedl me p.ermanent-
ca und in sheesknw esrs. FR. S. and T. 4'. Hall left this ly. I gladly rec,,namennl this woto.ler-
for $25. Apply to Mrs. J. C. Porter. or afternoon for Jacksoiimville. where they ful remedy." Sold by the Postaffice
to J. H. Benjamin, at the Star office, will Joi the ,leleg:,tion of naval stores Drugstore.
operators who, will leave for St. lAuis ---
tapotain Joseph anti family left this tomorrow evening. They were :','omn- DREW WON THE RACE
afternoon for an outing at St. Peters-.anlo by Mr. Waro os F City -%'-it-
burg. Mr. Iirew Mathe.s. the n..\ly miile
-.-- T Mr. Bigelow, secretary of the DIun- l'-Iieldic't. i.turne.l fron lFlnrmN.hd y-'s-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jordan of Tampa +nellon Phosphate C'o.. was in the ctityi terlavy afternoon an.d resunoe.1 his ,lu-
are in the city. visiting Mrs. Jordan's today. ties ;,t M .sters' store. Hie left his brile
mother. Mrs. La'yne. f a _____ ,ay ith her parents. R.-%v. A. L.
I Pittman & Son have just receive! l' ris<.. ierforne.l the rer.-Inny.
FOR SALE-Acclimated Jersey milch sev eral ,arloads .of furniture. anmi,,ng
cows. with young calves: also limited them iron la'dsteads that to hlqook at McIlver and MacKay have just re-
number of Duroc pigs. If you want ill banish insomnia. ceived some of the handsomest ladies'
fancy stuff of the highest breeding you -.. desks ever seen in Florid.
can get It from H. H. Whitworth, Mr. s. ;. Uov-ll. a prrsperoous farmer
Ocala. Fla. t
:of the Tevn st-tio
I - .
v~ ~ v -
Now w v w w
OCALA EVENING STAR.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. 1904.
FiLst Cass Meals
CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHES
Delicious Hot Soup Daily
It Rooim ope untl midnight. Personal
atlat gtvm to special aythng
hema et offers prepared for the table
The Astooerey of Birth.
Why did the aristocracy of parent-
age faU to hold Its own? Why did it
die out in America and. practically
speaking. in all the British colonies?
It had every advantage at the outset;
It held the inside track. It failed be-
cause two great laws of the universe
were against it- first, the laws of
arithmetic, and. sec\ndly. the laws of
physiology. It violated the principles
of arithmetic because It required that
each Individual or househ-h
have a distinct line of ancestors, and
It would thus be discovered in a few
generations that there were not nearly
enough ancestors to go round, leaving
people In the position of Mark Twain.
who declared that he had "no parents
to speak of, only a father or mother
D, A or so.' It was contrary to the laws of
Dumb Walter Conm-cts With Bar physiology, as shown by the deteriora-
tion of one royal family after an.,ther
S- C s, Attrtactve Waiters and Choice Viands in Europe. these having come to re-
S f price to Rg r Boarr semble those English race horses
which have so much blood that there
TNE GARMIUHAEL l SON 00
-Thomas Wentworth Hiigginson in
At McGOrath'ls Stand Atlntlc
___ -What the Jape Call Japan.
A certain Japanese who as been f
IA it |some years a resident of Philadelichia
and who has many friends here was
speaking the other night of his own
So as Linpeople.
I "Of course." he said. "we do not
SI ml call our country Japan. Our name for
SIt Is "Nippon,' or 'Sun's Origin,' indicat-
Wun jau fi R &ITES ing its position in the extreme east.
.^ S Lo* B ut when we speak of the entire eim-
F st class ecs i rates to t. Louis pir we call Dai Nippon.' which
means *Great Nippon.'"
adf Retu :* The Jap's eyes twinkled.
"It is not," he meditatively conclud-
$4 SC (**5~ f it *i **- A D I^ 5 ed, "uninteresting to reflect that off
$45o55, final retrUn limit, Dec 15 the eastern and western boundaries of
$38 th* # the greatest mass of land in the world
$380 final at im U ,l Sixty dayS there should exist an insignificant
3 .5 ina -06t-Nl 15 days group of islands Inhabitedin eachb ase
$i3095 t al mumItfw Umla i & 5 by a people of very mixed origin and
Very mixed characters, each of whom
Speciale ten day coach excisions at Ve resse 1 itsdefiance of its geography.
Spe al ten day coach excursions atllinsignifican by the same mean-
"Dal Nippon' and 'Great Britain.' "-
low rates Philadelphia Press.
to true. ut even love
woman who is woastant
suffering from inbalmma-
tion, bearing-down pins
or other womanly di-
eases. The e thing thet
can make work easy for
women is ound health,
and Dr. Pierce' s Favorite
Prescription is the thing
to sick women.
S Dr. Pierce has so much
fiuth in his P. .iptiua,*
that he offers to pay 5woo in legal money
of the United States for any case of Leo-
corrhea, Female Weaknes, Prolapsus. or
Falling of Womb which he cannot cur.
All he asks is a fair and reasonable trial
of his means of cure.
"I suffered fro female weakne for iv
months,* writes Muis BeUle Hedrick. of Nya ,
Ptunata Cj. W Va I was treated by aod
physician bet he never seemed to do me- any
good I wrote to Dr. R V Pierce fr advice.
which I received, telling me to take his Favor-
ite Preicriptum' and! Golden Medical Discov
cry' When I had used the medcliate a outh.
my health was much Improved It hais em in-
d o imrore until now I can work at almost
all kinds of homework. I had scarcely any
appetite, but it uis all right now. Have gained
several pounds in weight Dr. Pierce's med.-
class have done wonderfully well here. I
would advise all who uSuer from chronic di-
ea s to write to Dr. Pierce."
Favorite Pretscription" makes weak
women stroag. sick women well.
Dr. Pierce a's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper-covered
book. or Vy stamps for the cloth-bound
volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bf-
falo. N. Y.
The Last Opportunity of the Year to
l'cgimlnirir zAugust 15, an4 cormtilvulng
.];Iii%- na 4 ?*..ii *' ti4 A l j. li artm
Through sleepers from Jacksonville to St. Louis via Montgomery and A Scteh Anawer. i I ,,- s,,li l ,., it f trile a bve
Loulsville and Nashville R. R. and *"iixi. l-'ly-r" route. A good story of an old crofter who of h
FPo further information see F. J. Huber. Agent. Ocala. appeared before the commission to ap- nvent41s 11) 1 111 r eits in i thi
ply for a reduction of rent was recently Slutht-ast to -ithrl Ls Angeles or
told at a meeting In Glasgow. The 'San l'rain, isc.o at -xtre.-rnely low rates,
number of cattle on the farm led Sher- 'h ith tinil i,-tuirn limit October 23.
Iff Brand to observe that surely the Tickets %\ill pe-rniit of ten days stop
croft could not be in such a bad way over at St. Louis.. and allow holder the
Sas its owner would seek to show. i privilege. ,cir nejic m, route and re-
V ai n Dy "Och," replied the old fellow, "-ou turl.ril" .ngtir r without additional
should see the bit beastlea." "What ,,st -x,-lt tli. ti~krs returning via
like are they?" queried the sheriff.t
'They're as lean, sir. as Pharaohl 'sPrtl;al, ;sn alliti l *'h e of $11
C O L OO kine." "How lean was that?" asked will be ,ade..
O A the sheriff, doubtless thinking that he TrhIl I -i.,o-l..,k Isla.ii.1 syvstmii. of-
had cornered the applicant. But had Cor -x. c-lit-nt j siutes in -ither direction.
OD bhe? Not a bit. Like a dash came back Writt. f.or rit.-s. ,el.scriptive literat;uie
the answer, "So lean, sir. that they and full inforinatiun and let us plan
could only be eaten in a vision." yo trip. I.. Parrott.
i.very condition which makes for jpleasure, whether Love Ph-ters.
luxurious or siinpl'.. i-. fulfilled "und.-r the Tur- A favorite plant with the old herb- FOR A HUNDRED YEARS
quoise Sky" In th- colo i. Mountains. It is tile alists was satyrion, a name applied to
natural tllav ril for the v. t iio in from several species of orchls. As far back F or a huntd y'ai. or more Wit.h
thil-4 e tlic ill astted lii,.r it ure tw it fre it i orh
request. as the days of the Roman empire It Haze-l ti.is bi..en r-e.ognize.d as a super-
was commonly supposed that the roots ior r,-nie-.ly. but it r-inaiinced for E. I'.
of th*e satyrlon supplied the satyrs Di-Witt a;d i 'o., f
Through Sleeper service From with food and prompted them to cornl er ow tp nisie -the virtut-s of Witch
at those excesses for which they e e- e
t. Louis and Memphis Every Day c those exverbal. Kircher whrelat they th ae l ti tiver :Dntittseti in-H
case of a youth who, whenever he vis- fr a 1 liVtts th -
LOW RATES ALL SUMMER lted a certain corner of his garden, be. zetl Salve is the l est salve in the wccrlI
S A A SUMMEcame so lovesick that he mentioned for .cr.'.. cuts. i-uriis, bruises :iand pil
.- -- this strange circumstance to a friend. Thi hliili st.aninl of this s.:lve has
iOn examining the spot it was found to giv.-n !iSj to, to.cnitteirft-its. and the pub-
GEO. H. LEE. S. L. PARROTT be overgrown with a species of saty- lit. ia :olvise-, to locok fotr the name
0.m(". uPass. Agt., DIist. IPass. Agt., ron, the odor of which alone had the *ol.l-itt's" ,n tho. ,a:.ka'.g. .ti ,< ;cf-elpt
l.ittle1 i-.4 k. A.rk-. Atlanttt. (a. effect of inspiring love.-Chambers' noith-r. ,I m ly W Vm. An.,lr..on.
Journal. e V
The Orchid. WORLD'S FAIR RATES
The orchid is a peculiar plant, for.
strange as It may seem, there is no Via L. and N. R. R.
distinctively orchid odor. ine smells
like the violet, others like the rose. the Exctirsi u li. k'.ts Itt l"ti s:ile laily
SSAI I A A H T I hyacinth, the daffodil. Orchidu are the fru- ,ild to St. lruis and return.
aNO K*0 8 H I s i monkeys, the mimics of the vegetable 4..--K.tuirn limit l).c-n ler 1;.
i world, In odor as well as form and i:;..,- Itturn limit days.
tint. No other flower resembles an or- $3*...-.-R#-turn limit 15 days.
ID VO mi 1 1 RE TU iRN~ chidd. but orchids are forever aping but- .S*-,ial (o.,ch $.2X U3liis, $. Re-
terfiles, pansies, boots, spiders, pitch t;:; ]j:tritl 1otli, s. r.ni -lat, i, sale.
plants, birds and what not. And they Tick, .ld ues.l.i'Ls- acnd Thursdays
The ATLANTIC COAST LINE will sell for traiI are not absolutely certain to look just in Jun
N. 7 Juy sty tickets from Ocala to Sava ah, Ga., on ; the same twice in succession.fc ,. I.
ad r a t rate of $6, and to Charleston, S. C., and re- Photography. points. Th,- ;,ii, N. is tie b.st line
tr at $ All tckefts OOed nttil JIv 2th Photography was discovered In this to St. 4 I.cs,.
way: iaguerre was lying on a couch i-'t. r-t,.i ,.h.ni,..a *ni i1,.,.n.inc .ir
Don't mi this opportunity to visit the Forest City"
wtt its suburban resorts-Thunderbolt, "The Casino"
and Tybe and Charleton "By-the-Sea," and the Isle of
Pak f., and enoy yourself. No tickets to be sold from
la avdIle proper. Never was there a cheaper and more
dNlOl6uld trip offered. Notice carefully the trains and
dates he which tickets wdl be sold.
For further information call oni ,r ct':luini1alCtt vWithh
F.J. IIIl'i -:R. MISS I .1 1. -.% ;11S.
l 1k-t Ticket .\A t,1 t. itv icket .\A efit.
T. '. \V\ 111T I T.. D. I'. .\. Tam nia. lla."
in his attic abode and saw a snnbeam
fall upon a spot in the darkened room.
He was startled to see the objects on
the street vividly portrayed In all their
colors-In fact. a panorama of the
Incidents outside. He studied tle sub-
ject. and his search in the ry.vstery
was the beginning of all that is beau-
tiful in photography today.
Pleaty of Rest Is Nereesary.
The best work. however hard. is al-
ways methodical enough to permit of
timely rest and regular nutrition, and
the full recognition of this fact is a
mere question of public utility which
we hope to see more and more widely
admitted into practice.-London Lan-
Mrs. Simple Newlywed-I wint you
to send around a gallon of midnight
oil. Grocer- Midnight oil? Never heard
of it. Mrs. Simple Newlywed-Why.
I'rb sure that's the kind my husband's
mother said he always burned -Brook-
Aurt Jane-Is the water where you
live now hard or soft? Niece-I guess
it's pretty hard. The girl spattered
some on the lamp chimney the other
night, and It broke all to pieces.
Tommy Gets Raah.
Teacher-Did any of you ever see an
elephant's skin? Bright Boy-.-Please.
sir. I have. Teacher-Where wa< It.
my boy? Bright Boy-On the eletlLant.
*. I.. S.t.n. i- P. A.,
& Florida Ry
"Suwanee River Route."
Ip:1.z- F~v-r 44ulwk step
7 3.c, p ii
~ 47. a
I.-, a m
S4-7, a nm
1 4% 1. mL
S- . .cA. M
n Il AIl AY ike hot calk, that fine lot e
r L II kery at the k.-bea Basar. Call ealy
Tickets on'sale only for train leaving Ic a n. ab m a H, -as -.
Ocala night of July ist. ble rate& West Broadway.
Passengers to be handled special from savannah and c..bia .u..
Jacksonville to Savannah and h-e .^ riy n"gt Juo"^
Columbia, returning by Buh meeting of A. church at
regUlar trainS On nto.. .-ond Sund ay in July.ever-
or before :li .bl. livn-s %ill be present
or Ice cream of all flavors every day
S1 1at Tompkins and Brooks c*e cream
garden. Go and enjoy yourselL
JULY 12 1904 1 Pink nell. brother of Mrs L
JOHN D* *ZIER, Agent. W. W. CONDON. City Ticket Agent Snell. who hasl been absent thirtwm
(Oala. Florida. years. returned to*lay from Manatee.
A. 0. MA<'1MINELL. A. S. P. A.. Jacksonville. Fla. FOR RENT-Three !-room houses
two 3-room house"; one 4-room hbmue;
S!neer 5-room hbose. J. Starr fSttere-
mOW. J. A. Kmag, MlN
Waated-A welO d r. a. iNT
*20" N No. 2 u Che p 3UL L
Rev. H. W'. Asmin of Alaes cm -
ty is in the city.
Several new cetago. to raL.
For Sale Cbeap--**.*M 2 i.
lesi J. Muar Sltwerm r.
Low rate* and easy termL. Goed le
$30 to $G0. near Ia. Call on DKIts
*Fine roe shad every ote r ty o
Tompkins stalL N, 1. city -mwrLt.
Going Fait-Thowe lots ia SehwoW-
in's subdiviaio. Prk-e $39 to Nf. CB
a *v iiUa lla..t oiwUUL K*'o
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. h Elect Jee 4,1904.
UUTUOUU-RIEAD OWi. --in 1P.
*Call at Mrs. W. C. Willoughby's for
dremmaking. All ,.r.l.-rw filled with
dispatch and aeatn-ess. West Broad-
l.TATlso wnT 1. 0 illlb. l5. Keep in memory that the Mark
D OW sA I I House furnis.he nieils at the following
|MPi * ..... .. .... .......... J. soaeslae ....................wei.. tv sa hours, frm : 7 to S. from 12 to 1 a d
....................... -- ".. .. .. ." I fi- ,, I
1 1 ...a. ......... .....to.
I l .............................. iaesm ifrlo.................... ........ M
flt f U ela .. .................. Pl al ......... ..... a 5 !p
SI p ll p Ar ................ ....... latl ....... "'..-.. ..L, i For onmfcrtall,- lo lging at reamo -
S a Lv ................ ....Pal.t. .... ... ...... A W &a lp rt*-I 'te- lal a. t R. J. |Nelman's. North
UPIA .......... ................................ L. i Kno s everything kept In ex-
.... .. aL ............................ lA...Na....... Ar I a p excellent order.
l ......................... ............. ...... ...... Abraham How ll a Miss Minnie
17 ..;.. p......... a P Rak;arst were happily married at SlB-
I p ...... .. .. ... ....* to ................ ...... *at p v-r Springs Sfunday night by Rev.Mad-
u I pt .......... ..... w r a............ ..... a on St4wart.
1l U ) ........ .... ........ Oak .............. .......... ...
u VP . ;:; ...... -..- ........ Thus: l le ....... ......... .......... a I Next Friday night. the excursion via
L t s o S ...: .... ......; ? al :::::........... ... ........ 5 a the S. A. L leaves for Savannah and
-p................. Melboure .. ............... l a e i'olumbia. Then will be the time to
6as a. .....; .. L . s visit the old Palmetto State and eum y
S ;- *..... Its delight ful ..enery and balmy air.
S. ................... *A. W. Walker. formerly in the em-
a ^p ............................ Bt f t ............................... p a lh s
p .. .... ...... d ................ .. loy of L. ;r n, ha o ended a rs -
P ... ....... W l I ......... ............ .... c las barber shop next to Parker's ren-
.. p. *. ..... I a ..... ... taurant. near the the S. A. L All work
3 ............ ...... ..............
S..... .... ..... .. ..............work ...one in ine style. ive him a
a t .. .. ................ ...........................
O a p.Ar.......... .... .................... ... L
ORLANS CITY BALNCE.
r ientionJn, t -Ustiig groIer, --
enlargedl his business and Is ready to
sueppiy the public in choice grocerkem
vegetables, i'col drinks. confectionery,
etc. Free delivery wagon. Your or-
ders solicited. Iron building. South
*L. Green. the lightning shaver. CaM
and try his shave and hair cut and you
will always come. Shave. lec.: hair
cut, 25c.: honing razar. 25c.; coneav
razor. 75c. All work first class. No
long delays: two chairs. Next door to
Alberstine Smith. on West Broadway.
FIGHT WILL sITTER
Those who will persist i cloing
SThese Tine Ttblees how te tiumpeS ae wiah tlrans &mayr t beo 4e dto arrvet 4 a"AV"".i -r ears agns tne continual rean-
from tbe .mve:l *'aUoas. but their rival qradepasa metl ne stoa" me *arsstd. mendations of Dr. King's New Discov-
nor does the Compaay hold itself responsible t mydey or any oosseoquene daig ter y umpion. will have
from. ery for Consumption, will have a long
and bitter fight with their troubles. It
Sor Cooy of the LOCAL TIME OAJD or Other ,rftim asa .not ended earlier by fatal termination.
SEE THE TICKTr AGENT." Read what T. R. Beall of Beall. Mial,
i I. D. 1u&. x, A .... A... ...w...I AVU UiJ 'r has to say: "Last fall my wife had ev-
-.. ry symptom of consumption. She toee
Dr. King's New Discovery after every-
Atlanticthing ele had failed. Improvement
Atlantic: Coast Line Railway came at once and four bottles entirely
cured her." Guaranteed by the Anti-
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5, 1904 Monopoly Drugstore. Price lc. and Stl.
STrial bottles free.
DEPARTURES FROM OCALA
For Rochf-lle. Palatka, Jacksonville and'
TRAIN NO. 78, 1:10 P. M. all points east. Also for Macon, At- A Co B .
lanta, Nashville. Chicago, via Dixie T A CJInm
Flyer route. e h Ta
For Leesburg, Croom, Trilby, Brooks-!
TRAIN NO. 39, 3:20 P. M. ville, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater.: Have in stock one of the Aaent Mmw-
Belleair. St. Petersburg, Lakeland. ments of suiting for holiday sg
Tampa. and intermediate points. ever presented to the Ocala pubil.
TRAIN NO. 47, 3:25 P. M. For Juliette. Gulf Junction. Homosas- Style and At guaranteed. Cleaft
sa and intermediate points. dyeing and repairing neatly deo. M
rFr Junlette. High Springs, Live Oak. and winter suitings to your k li
Best suite for the ey li ntown. In
TRAIN NO. 45. 10:10 A. M. Dupont, Waycross and all points east Best ts for. t o.ey i t
and est. section solicited. No. 3, north
St.. two doors north of Ocala gema
TRAIN NO. 49, 7:10 A. M.
For Juliette, Gulf Junction. Homosassa
and intermedia s
Tr-ains N". 32 and 79 carry Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars. I G R
P. & e_ s:'-ma.-.s sail from Port Tampa for Key West and Havana on
S'.n Lys. Tue.a!.iss and' Thursdays at 11:3,' p. m. I
Fr f. ,-! .;!-rte an-I reliable information regarding rates, through car
ar:r.:,c.- :.-'. s:-,.p-r reservations, etc.. call on any Atlantic Coast Line Ptgwtie meLe iOF*
a~s- :- ! hess. e m b m e so
.e t -I-r,-ai-v- r..I.^. 1,.. ----. i--. Ima m hin as
,.,, U.,, s iBIi 5a.1 l
Das ly t -so. Dall D2Iae %R i **l D aL Da 1ly O
am 'M*1 D a*IP ).p....T.s-TA il 3 SSaaLv )*?e.A U p*
rP P fi a ft.
Buaday Daily. ezep D aly
only Seoday. el
0 I ip l *t o l
PENINSULAR ANO OCCIDENTAL STEAMNIP NIF MIECTUNS AT HAlM.
*LOU OOcsCTION EA AT miAIM WIT sTUAUUNP Or TIS P. &* L S. w PMwM m
HAVANA AND KBY WBST
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
T I'KIlS wil be sold every Wednesday and
Salrday daring months of June, July, Au-
gust adSepteberapoints in the Southeast,
at o fare, pls $2, for the round trip, limit 60
For Books and Pamphlets descriptive of the
22--1 Ua g w X- - -A-
-- JOEMOLm -- - --- - .
Fla. NN'. Kiv St.. Jack-
rCfil l Il